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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r k rrHE CLAY + t r 4 ITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year inAdvaactIYeare here to help Clay tfijtle Sorrowing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher q VOL Q CLAY CITY KYDI RSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 NO 36 Voters Must Register in Clay City Under the now law all voters in every town in the State must register before being entitled to a vote The laws as amended are as follows A day for registration of vot ers of all classes of townsis fixed by law on the first Tuesday in October from the Hours of 0 a mto0pmThe officers shall be the same officers as of the gen eral election Books of registra tion and blank certificates are to be provided for by the County Clerk Additional registration days may bo fixed by the city council at the towns expense no day to be later than the third Tuesday in October Voters absent from the town or too ill to attend may register with the County Clerk by filing affidavit of same on Monday Tuesday or Wednesday before the election Certificates of registration are issued the voter and he is required to present same at time of voting If lost or misplaced by filing affidavit of same and pay ment of a fee of 50 cents the clerk may issue a duplicate cer tificateron election day We Sash Flooring doors Varandas Pickets Shingles and Chalengers are permitted dur ing registration day and upon ap plication a time may be set apart to purge the registration rolls of illegally registered voters The registration officers are to be paid the same fees as election officers and have the same powers to preserve order about the polls Labor Day at Natural Bridge Labor Day was not generally observed here Monday The Clay City Graded School ran an ex to Natural Bridge on this day and the same was liberally patronized our people The occasion was an enjoyable affair for all who made the trip Pastor Crawford Returned Rev J O Crawford has been returned to the pastorate of the City Mohodist charge by conference which held its annual session in Lexington this week Rev E G B Mann will also be the presiding Elder again This will give satisfaction to the peo ple here as both ministers are very popular with our people Wheat Wheat sowing season is on and our should sow a large acreage of this staple product of ECONOMYr x3 c 4 k- fi IMte tq w F Means Best goods at Lowest Prices y This is the place you are looking forShimfessels old stand Enjoying larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the fact that I have received my new Spring Goods am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom ers My stock is largo and fresh embracing everything found in tno line of General Merchandise the Best Quality and Lowest Prices ve The 1 Dress Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear my stock cannot bo excelledFresh Clean and UptoDate rfA Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received them efo purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT t Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 J I KentuckyC Shimfessel I l Pbl I1cI1 MFG Co t Winchester Ky Maijufacture Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Stairways Etc Store Fronts cursion by Clay Sow farmers and See We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc r Send us Your estimates Promt Shipments I 1t iVT I q I f food The iIsPects for Clay City to got tiall roller process as flour mill time next Spring is voiright and the people of the lountry surrounding should ice the wheat to supply this proposedmill When Clay City n to have It four mill the pe oyraised all the wheat they itoi consumption arf3me to spare Now it is different and we send thousands of11ars away from home that s pld stay here Farmers by alJmeans sow a patch of your own biscuit IfiKentucky t Best Place It is reporter that many Ken be tuckians whojljent West in the last few yeareRare already re turning vlmt the trouble is has not beenftiearly explained er but hundreds Iye abandonedS their Nesterfi a gain become Qlfsidents of their old State ItZ seldom that a much boomedjyjl pion comes up to expectnti 1 lio bag of gold is always tt t t end of the rain bow and the1 d of milkand honey justa S miles further no but cuc1st enjoyable ats a distanceilHKlltlie harms vanish on near ittch Kentucky is a mightcountry to live in one shows up if indeed ea better one sam nergyporse verancefry applied to r t1k ilf ituckywill think twi fore they leap into the ExsKentucky p Report The weekly r 1 rt of crop con ditions for Kentu compiled by ci6 a Round Trip SEPTEriBElTiath and ajth Good for Twe gone Days via Queen Crescent Route t 0 =New Orleans Shreveport La jI Vicksburg Miss Dallas San An tonio Houston Beaumont Tex and manyy other points in the SOUTIj and SOUTH EST t r11 For informationcill on or address H c kira c P T A E NIAI EN T P A Lexington Ky r Black C eek Lime w rks R S NOEJt Proprietor CLAYCP KY- UnsladkendL i imein any quantity Will eell U dealer or consumer- at Lowest Price fc Will deliver at Clay City orie iat the kilns 020 Lime G5 cen barrel at the kilns or 75 cent Delivered at Clay City t ty r C1 the Louisville Weather Bureau is follows The first half of the week wa warm with a few local showers the I latter part was fair and cool the nights being unusually cool for the time of year- Tobacco has improved to quite an extent but even with favorable conditions it cannot make a full crop Some fields were set out under unfavorable conditions and did not get a good start and some have suffered from drouth The crop has been unusually free from worms Cutting is in progress in the early Corn is looking more promising since the rains and as a whole will nearly up to the average It is maturing slowly and generally has plump wellfilled ears The great part of it will be ready for cut between the 15th and 20th of SeptemberPastures and meadows have turned green in most localities since the rains of last week and the fall feed looks promising Peaches are turning out better than expected and are coming into market plentifully Apples are not good and are frequently wormy 41 v and inferior s Gardens have dried out badly be foie the rnin but now show some improvement Irish and sweet po tatoes are yielding well A fair crop of millet has been saved Considerable clover hasbpen cut rot coil anduWucIricJd rfportett Sorghum looks promising and near ready to make up Hemp has not done well and is not up to the standard Plowing for wheat is in progress and farm work is generaly well up Goods At Cost Mrs Williams is running Clear ance sale in which she is offering e 1 large stock of seasonable goods at absolute cost This is a splen did opportunity to get what you need at your own prices Prom 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepsealed on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude F Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining BO weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderfulremedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my nor mal weight health and strength Sold by M Rose Are You far Sighted Must you hold the book or papa at arms length to get the proper fo cus If so a careful examination now and the use of proper glasses will set you right There is worse trouble ahead if you fail to note warning W T WEBB Optician IExcursion Rates to St Louis Mo Account the Worlds Fair the Queen Crescent Route have placed on sale at Lexington Ky round- trip tickets at greatly reduced rates Persons contemplating a trip to St Louis can secure further informs tion by applying to E N Aiken Traveling Passenger Agent Lex irigton Ky 00O + The Balance j Wheel Look inside watch a moment Tho balance wheel is junking 18000 J vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug J gist theres something wrong It will move 3559 miles in a year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop Sof oil to snake it run But it needs little badly The least degree of friction on the hearings alters J the motion Dont take chances Let Sme clean and oil and fut your watch order for a year pay and satisfy yo- usWEBB theJeweler CLAY CITY Married Lifes is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for the future open a Savings Ac count lR f yQii WJU pto lrkoffico wev shall a pleased to explain Pto you the workings of our Savings Department REMEM t- E BER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National SankIClay City Ky 5 Wm SMETHERS WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist t First class Up toDate work atIreasonable charges 30 P fO FEe81- 0NLw CARDSihN thN hhh h0 Bertram Smith D D SI Resident Dentist i CLAY CITY KENTUCKY j r where an eqperlenc nightrwork known to modern Dentistry i DrC B DICKSONL CLAY CITY KY R 1CLAYtl tI B LITTLEPAOE M D 1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY I t B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 4- Y I FHE CLAY I Y TIMESc 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clayi the Surrouniing Country arid Ourselves J E Burgher Fnblishcr VOL 9 CLAY CITY Kr IpjRSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 NO 36 Voters Must Register in Clay City Under the new law all voters in every town in the State must register before being entitled to a vote The laws as amended are as follows A day for registration of voters of all classes of townsis fixed by law on the first Tuesday in October from the hours of 0 a m to 0 p m The registration officers shall be the same officers as of the gen eral election Books of registra tion and blank certificates are to be provided for by the County Clerk Additional registration days may be fixed by the city council at the towns expense no day to be later than the third Tuesday in October Voters absent from the town or too ill to attend may register with the County Clerk by filing affidavit of same on Monday Tuesday or Wednesday before the election Certificates of registration are issued the voter and ho is requir ed to present same at time of voting If lost or misplaced by filing affidavit of same and pay ment of a fee of 50 cents the clerk may issue a duplicate cer tificatoron election day Manufacture doors Pickets Stairways Shingles Chalengers are permitted dur ing registration day and upon application a time may be set apart to purge the registration of illegally registered voters The registration officers are to be paid the fees aa election officers and have the powers to preserve order about the I I Labor at Natural Day was not generally observed here Monday The City Graded School ran an ex cursion to Natural Bridge on this day and the same was liberally patronized by our people The occasion was an enjoyable affair for all who made the trip Pastor Crawford Returned Rev O Crawford has been returned to the pastorate of the Clay City Mohodist charge by conference held its annual session in Lexington this week Rev E G B Mann will also be the presiding Elder again This will give satisfaction to the peo ple here both ministers are very popular with our people SowWheat Wheat sowing season is on and our farmers should sow a large acreage of this staple product of ECONOMYy e wrtq1ky R J yr eyi F J fO rt I n O Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place are looking forShimfessels old stand Enjoying larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the that I have received my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom ers stock and fresh embracing everything found in tno line of General Merchandisethe Best Qualityand Lowest Prices y e The Dress Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City f In the Line of Fine Footwear my stock cannot be excelledFresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line of Ladies Hats 6f the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See them before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 Kentuckyc We Sash Blinds Veather oardin g and Etc stare Fronts rolls same same polls Day Bridge Labor Clay J which as you fact My is Shimfessel AflCE MFG Glp Winchester Ky Flooring Ceiling Varandas We are Headquarters for Building Paper a Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc i e i fr Sendus Your estimates 1 rromt Shipments I L34 t ii Is food ThoVjprnspects for Clay City to got a ll roller process flour next Spring isviErightand the people ing should produce the wheat to supply this proposed mill When Clay City u to have a flour mill the peclfrt raised all the wheat they newied for home con sumption anddome to spare Now it is we send thousands of llars away from home thlitipld stay here Farmers means sow a and raise your own biscuitKeatuckyt Best Place It IS roportw that many KenI theIfew are already re turning Justwhat the trouble is has not been early explained but hundreds have abandoned their Western vestments to a gain becomE fsidents of their old State ItJ seldom that a much booniedrgion conies up to oxpect i bag of gold is alwnys of the rain bow and EthelldI of milksnd honey just a r miles further no but eachbst enjoyable at a distance jfclle harms van ish on near jjach Kentucky is a mighty 1 country to live in one shows up if7 indeed m ea better one The sam energy perse verance a j11try applied to- afyftlb 3ij yield even befl ftrosults in Ken tucky ThouMRlKentuckians will think twilMtafore they leap into the Westerir1 artinessEx Kentucky Report j5Sr The rin of crop con ditions for KentuU 1 compiled by 4i Round Trip SEPTEMBER 13th and ajth Good for Twc gone Days via Queen Gr scent Route 11 u 1New Shreveport La Vicksburg NIBS Dallas San An tonio Houston Beaumont Tex and manyothee points in the SOUTHand SOUTH VEST 1 For Informationc lIon or address H C Kits 0 C P T AI EN Au EN T P A- LexingtonJjji Ky af Black Creek Limel Wrks ProprietorI Unela main any quanti ty Will eelhto dealer or consumer at Lowest Pric v Will deliver at Clay City or tat the kilns 020 Lime 65 cep per barrel at the kilns or 75 cent Delivered at Clay City IiI rI- N i I t- u the Louisville Weather Bureau is as follows The first half of the week was warm with a few local showers the latter part was fair and cool the nights being unusually cool for tho time of year- Tobacco has improved to quite an extent but even with favorable conditions it cannot make a full crop Some fields were set out un der unfavorable conditions and did not get a good start and some have suffered from drouth The crop has been unusually free from worms Cutting is in progress in the early fieldsCorn is looking more promising since the rains and as a whole will be nearly up to tho average It is maturing slowly and generally has plump wellfilled ears The greater part of it will be ready for cut ting between the 15th and 20th of SeptemberPastures and meadows have turn ed green in most localities since the rains of last week and the fall feed looks promising Peaches are turning out better than expectedand are coming into market plentifully Apples are not so good and are frequently wormy and inferior Gardens have dried out badly before the rain but now show some improvement Irish and sweet po tatccs are yielding well A fair crop of millet has been sav ed Considerable clover hasljeen cut rofo coil mdtigoodJicJd ropbrteS Sorghum looks promising and near ly ready to make up Hemp has not done well and is not up to the standard Plowing for wheat is in progress and farm work is generaly well up Goods At Cost Mrs Williams is running a Clear ance sale in which she is offering a large stock of seasonable goods at absolute cost This is a splen did opportunity to get what you need at your own prices From 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderfulremedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored mo to my nor mal weight health and strength Sold by M Rose Are You far Sighted Must you hold the book or paper at arms length to get the proper fo cus If so a careful examination now and the use of proper glasses will set you right There is worse trouble ahead if you fail to note warning W T WEBB Optician Excursion Rates to St Louis Mo Account the Worlds Fair the Queen fc Crescent Route have placed on sale at Lexington Ky round trip tickets at greatly reduced rates Persons contemplating a trip to St Louis can secure further informa tion by applying to E N Aiken Traveling Passenger Agent Lex irtgton Ky oooooo oo The Balance i = Wheel Look inside your watch a moment Tho balance wheel Is making 18000 J vibrations an hour if its in goods condition If the movement is slug gash theres something wrong will move 3558 miles in a year and- S J requires less thnn onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs J that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont tnke chances Lets yourwutchInsatisfy you JWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY i Married Life is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for the future open a Savings Ac count 1R fy tour office s we shall pleased to explain =to you the workings of our Savings Department REMEM Z BER that we pay 3 per cent- S interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National BalkIClay City Ky o o I Wm i SMETHERS WALTERSVILLE KY Tonsorial Artist First class UptoDato workat I reasonable charges 30 PROFESSIONAL CAUDSINNNNNNLNII NININNNNN NNINN Bertram Smith D D S i Resident DentistlCLAY CITY KENTUCKVi FOfficeed Practloner may be found day and prepared to execute all kinds of grade Of work known to modern Dentl5tryJ DrC B DICKSON j DENTISTICLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON c OLAY CITY KY Cl1 B LITTLEPAGE M D I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY 1i B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY r 1 GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking longing good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your hom- eR O Mansfield Son UOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING J H Dawson of Rabbittown i was here last week on a business missionR Curtis sold to Bennie McKinney one three year old mule for 80 T S McKinney is having anew veranda built in front of dwellingMr Grant Elkin of Heidelberg visited relatives here the last of the week Mr and Mrs S S Witt off noarWinchesterrwere guests of relatives here a few days ago M B Eubank sold six extra yearling steer to S S Witt o Olark county for 2805 per headMiss Sallie and Ollda Wal ters of 1 exington are visitin Mrs R H Curtis a few days this week Delbert Christopher is very sick at this writing with fever Dr Littlepage is the attending physician A Jack Larison had a sale at his residence yesterday I prepar ing to leave for Indiana where he will make his home in the future Mr and Mrs John W Daw son of Heidelberg visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs W J Barnett hero the latter part of the week The Boones Creek Association- of which the Baptist church at this place is a member will con vene next Tuesday and continue three days at Kiddville Charles B Barnett and wife of Oarlock Illinois are visit ing the formers parents Mr and Mrs A J Barnett near here Mr Barnett left here a few years ago and is doing nice ly in his new home He mar ried an Illinois lady and has a young sO- nWilliam Barnett and Everett Barnett who tried to natural ize themselves to the state of Illinois have about given up the difficult task and returned home yesterday after several months stay in our northern sis ter state It is hard for the wellraised Kentuckians to adapt themselves to Yankee i deas THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J B Burgher Publisher un n Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 8 1004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 130 tt Louisville Commercial 75 t Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE H G WALTERS is a candidate for the ofllco of County Judge of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary October 8th 1004 FOR SIIERIFF Taos B WARE with J L Faulkner of Bowen as deputy is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Powell County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN M KENNON is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Powell county subject to the action of the Democrat ic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY JOHN D ATKINSON is a candidate for the office of County Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic primary Oct 8 1004 M A PHILLIPS is a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic primary October 8th 1004 EOR COUNTY CLERK GHARLIE EWEN is a candidate for the office of clerk of the County court sub ject to the action of the Democratic P1 AH NORTON is a candidatefor the office of County Clerk of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary Oct 8th 1804 countyfCourt subject to the action of the Democratic primary October 8 1004 FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS forgof Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR JAMES W WOOIBHY is a candidate for Assessor of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILOR GEORGE STEPHENS of Stanton is a candidate for Jailor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democrat ic party Mr Fdward Rose is a candi date for the office of County Court Clerk of Powell county IHis formal announcement appears in this issue of the TIMES Mr Rose comes of a large and true Democratic family and has himself been a voter of the fair partys favored principles for 22 years without a single scratch During all of this time he has never asked for office but has contented himself by working for all of the other nominees Mr Rose was born in Powell county where he has lived all of his life and has always borne the reputation of an honest sober and industrious gentleman Ho is deserving of the support of Democrats he is qualified to fill the office and if elected will make the county as good an offi cer as it ever had Democrats consider well his claim An exchange very truthfully remarks The Democrats in the grand old State of Kentncky dq some mighty naughty things to each other politcally speaking but our Republican brethren are anything but slouches in that line themselvessjjlFor instance just your no e the Hunter Edwards Congressional mixup in the Eleventh and if your olfactories can stand it we havent a word to say Deafness Cannot be Cured by local ppUcntionsas they can not reach th diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucouBJlining of the Eustach ian Tube Whey this tube is in flamed you Have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition hear ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh whichhs nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will gig Ope Hundred Dol tars for any aofDeafness caus ed by catarrh mhat connot be cured by Halls Catftrh Cure Send for circulars free 1 F J CHEIEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Drug its 750 Take Halls family Pills for con stipation Not Fatal No Matte What Doc tors Sayf We Know That Hleart Trou ManyCas cd There are main features of 1 Weakness orheartdlseaS8Debfllty tlsra or Neuralgia J3JVfl rnatlon5 Enlargemei attjr Degenera Von 7 JJropI- Documentor dens will prove r d Incurables havothouaandaofbeen t red by Dr Mlles New Heart C- Fatlenti oftc lave no Idea their dis ease Is heart able but ascribe It to Indigestion IJvfl Complaint etc Herelre a of the symptoms Shortness of th after exercise Smothering S Pain in Chest left Shoulder and i Discomfort In Lying on one aide FBIIntlng Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Facd and Lips Palpitation Nightmare I lrPulse NewHeartwhenever opport Ity presents 1 can now go up and d own stairs with ease where three wee sago I could hardly Walk one block l One year laterl Curedidgreater medicine xthan you claimed it NorthPIneMoney back Kflrs bottle falls t benefit FREE Write Js and we willmailYOU a TrlAl PAkArA of Dr Mlle Anti In tileNew Srmptom your what Is and howtoprlhItm Absolutely Free COLADORATOlUES MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS OF Machine Repaired We Keep to Stock Steam Fitt gs Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WEALS b BUILD Gasoline 1ninesIn 8 5 8 and 12orse power The befit known pbwe or farmers and othe printedisL T CHA HAW N erfIIPrn D vv i 1 GO TO M- RSWILLIAMS FOR r Big Reductions in Prices on Every thing in Spring and Summer Dress Goods Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Mil linery Goods Muslin and Woven Ladies and Misses ReadytoWear Skirts Chamber Sets Mens Cloth ing and Hats Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Mens Underwear Jewelry Toilet Articles Laces RibbonsO Hamburgs Ladies Wrap pers andnmany other things This sale will continue until about the middle of September and the prices on lots of the goods put into it will be bargains in the fullest se- nseeewees MRS WILLIAnS I Clay City Ky 8+ +44I i Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS I I Clay City Ky i IPatcnt Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etei i Prescriptions carefully compoundedi F343 +14i43 ++oH Ti3t FDt + + + + oto H4F+Ho ONLY100Daily i DEMOCRAT y ii For Three Months Jj fThis will cover the Presidential Campaign which promises to be oho of the most exciting in history Subscribe NOW and Jget all i r + the news it fI ATGflJ FjwiP WALTON Lexington i t fJ 4 i V J TIMESit 75 r AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER i THURSDAY SEPTEMBERS 1904 J LOCAL BREVITIES t Mrs D 0 Bloom visited i friends at Lexington MondayN We have had no rain for sov oral days and are getting dry and dusty J f Dorris Mizo is the guest of his t i grandmother Mrs Edith Mize at a Winchester l W R Cassidy and J E toftIA+ Get Webb to fix your clock or- t t Watch Satisfaction given and work promptly executed t t Louie Bradley returned Mon t day from a several days visit to relatives near Pine Grove Y Mrs T J Fletcher and chil then left Thursday for Preston Bath county to visit relatives Grant Elkin and family were fi guests of Mrs Elkins father W 1 A Iloskin the latter part of the I week A number of Qlay City people attended John Robinsons big show at Wincliostho last Thurs day Miss Nellie Brown of Newprot Ky will make her home in the future with Mrs Clay Brown in this city Mr and Mrs Ohas BBarnott1 I of Oarlock Ill arrived here yes t terday morning to visit relatives ifiiuio county o tjC iDorris Mizo has gone to Grand h View Tonn where he will enter tlio fall term of school He at y jtcnded school there last Spring J The assessor begins his work now on the 1st day of September y instead of the 15th as formerly Property therefore will be given i in as of Sept 1st Mrs Visa Anderson has added another floor to her boardind house making it now a two story j A structure and giving more room for her boardors J D Wills of Rockdale Ind i is visiting relatives and old WillskIndiana year ago last Spring Boonos Creek Association to jiwhi h the Powells Valley and Filson Baptist churches of this 9 county belong will meet with the church at Kiddvillo Tuesday fur a three days session y Mrs W M Derickeon of Knowlton was visiting friends- y in the city yesterday Her hus band Rev Win Dericksbrt who has been sick for sonic time is still unable to go about r Flour is high and getting high i er every day It is saw worth tfOlOpQr hundred in Clay City This should stimulate our farmers to sow some wheat this full and raise their own brea- dllrsM r S McIntosh who has been of unsound mind for Como months and who was in the Lox Yiigtqn Asylum for a time without any improvement died in this city Thursday Burial in the c6motry lflA number of young folks visited thi State Rock near thopld 1i l X = Furnace Sunday i They were ac companied by tho Clay City Cor net Band and a real good time is reported by those who composed the crowd Whats in a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt fc Co of Chicago discov Bred some years ago how to make a solve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salve has no equal This has giv en rise to numerous worthless coun terfeits Ask for DoWitts tho genuine Sold by M hose Better Roads in Estlll Estill county is improving some of the public roads in her bounds very much For a few miles at least this side of town they have made a bed of rock with curbing of larger stone and filled the same with gravel making prac tically a first class pike at a very small sum Judge Noland de serves much credit for this mark ed improvement in the county Powell should take a lesson The Stomach is the titan A week stomach weakens the man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot be re stored to any sick man or weak woo man without first restoring health and strength to the stomach A week stomach cannot digest enough food to feed tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and or gnus of the body Kodol Dyspep sia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomuch troubles Sold by M Rose rV A Fine Road E N Aiken Traveling Pas senger Agent of the Q fc 0 was in the city Tuesday The Q C is said to be the best rond in Kentucky and carries the finest trains south of the Ohio river They run solid trains from Lex ington through to Jacksonville Fla and New Orlears La They also offer best inducements to passengers going to Texas and Oklahoma points The service between Lexington and Cinch nati surpasses anything in the State A Power For Good The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S of Ga II DurPhilpot Albany says ing a bilious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass orany other pill 1 ever tookand at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by M Rose A Card of Thanks I I wish to extend my thanks to the good and kind people of Clay City for their ministration of attention and loving deeds during the recent illness and death of my wife M S McIntosh True to the Minute is tIre way your watch should keep time If it doesnt it needs fix ing You should take it to W T Webbat once and have him repair it for youA guarantee of one year goes with all work Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes For Sale A two story business house on 7th ave 4 lots well improved suitable for business or dwellingi For further information apply tomes BloomtC t w 4 4 i tLritH made a busi ness trip through Estillcounty last week H making quarterly paynidtitgon oil leases for tho Stl1nda Company The company has ufrendereda num ber of leases f this county A letter from the Champion Bridge Comfit states that work on the bridgefcntracted for by them progress ing very rapidly at the factory and that the piers will be ready for shipment in short time and thats they R ill titput down soon Low Rates to California and North wester Points Commencing 15 and con and including Oct 15 1904ttli J Queen and Cres cent Route vilf have on sale one way colonist tlok is to California and tho Northwest at greatly reduc ed rates E N Aiken jraveling- Passenger A ei C Sri Eo Main St Lexington Ky will be glad to furnislimlditional informa tion upon request Negroes in 9J inuat are mad because they e been excluded from the puihc bath house just opened CHURCH RECTORY Baptist Church Salem first Saturday morning and Cntlay following EI- der JT Turpin supply Powells Val Icy second Snturd y Sunday Elder Turpin pastor t Bowen fourth Saturday and Sunday Elder J T Turpln pastorj Y ClayCitynolds pastor liar wicks creek third Sunday f Methodist Church Rev J 0 Craw ford pastor first Siliulny preaching at Clay City mornings id evening and see ond Rn ay nights second Sunday at Ilardw ks creek in the recldingThirdanti evening four i itindaypreachiii at Jacksons Chat i the morning an on Saturday nij before Sunday at the lies SovicesatClayCityfourth lrlnc e place both morning and owe Rev A Irvin pastor FREE RB bIN G CHAIR ARS- PUhhM N OBSERATION PARLOR GARS DINING K ARS And Sb LEPERS ON THE POPUL- ARHENDERSON ROUTE I BETWEEN 1 6OUIS ILE ST LiE S The WBST And- SOUTHWEST i If yoil want to t avel on the SOLD COMFORT line get the HEWGRSON ROUTE HABITVj Naa good habit to acqi Ire Aak the agent for this routing when purchasing your tickets t1 L J IRWIN Q 0 L GARRETT Gen Pass Agtt Trav Pass Agent LOUlSVlllE KY M BALEY Merchant aniCiistof MIL4ER1iC rf a B R Custom work six theweek freshGroani oliet Meal arrays on hani Grinds torth tole tO+HOH+ H 5+ J + OOOr +t + 6 INSURE WITH + fJ A LYON SON I The Lendirtj Insnrnuee Agcntv- o of Enstcrlll clltnolc + t y 4Over 200000000 i Represented t t Every one who knows about insurance knowNfy they are lenders in this lineiAA titC A AAAA J A A A A W f A AAA AAA AAA A Startling Facts A1 L BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you needat prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from i Daper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service Wo hold tho field in Tanbark and Ties and are Siih iiins your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values In exchange Try us and bo convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY L J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics Yon will all ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 2 3 Dont fai to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Arc jVIutle AVliou You UaiiC J Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour 1 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 7k w tenet W T Huff and wife of Xena visited at J J Weeds Sunday J H Howell and wife of Bo en visited friends hero Saturday and Sunday Jim McCoy went to Little Sinking the last of the week buisness Rev Eli Spencer of Breathitt county held services at Chop Chestnut school house Saturday night to a large audience Among those who church at Mountain Springs Sun day from this place were Melvin Morton and wife Geo A Crab tree and wife J P Crabtree and wife Misses Nannie Morton an Ida Spencer and Mr Weed Ad ams and others whose names we failed to get Kimbrell Hampton Richardson of FoxV visited Johnson Harris the first of the week Miss Bertha Bowles who has been visiting relatives near Right Angle returned home last Saturday Mrs Ann Patrick returned Monday from Somerset where sll has been visiting relatives for several weeks J W Tuttle who raised th only crop of wheat in this vicini ty will thresh the same this week Several of our farmers could profitably grow wheat i we had a good flour mill close by North Bend Albert Friend is on the sic list CUBES STOMACH o body gets its Urn from digestedhealthblood for the body lilt stomach Iinthe entire system Improperly masticated sours on the stomach distressing pIns belching nau5Ca- When ii pcnietod in the stomach becomes weakened and worn out and dyspepsiaeclaims the victi- mThcdforda BlackDraught cures dyspepsia the- stomach and of congested matter and gives the quicklyinvigorated s mul1tion results in a good 1OUKhlyYou can build stomach with this mildand natural IIDmuht T1J200 If he does not keep it send the to The Chattanooga ChattanoogaTenn yo- uTHWORDS BMCKDMUGHt L CO YEARSI of leiDESIGNS aaketcbanddeetrlDtlontnayqulcklf YateoUsentreoelftIPSdtnnlleJiattrltanirA RMBranch Oflca 1116 IT BU Wftthlnston D Co Win Conlee is very sick at this writing A J Friend had a horse to die tione day last week Cecil Day of Wolfe county visited friends hero the latter part of last week onA number of our young people attended church at Rosslyn Saturday night and Sunddy Judge M A Phillips candi date for County Attorney was in the Bend Friday shaking- d hands with his friends Rev James Kirk the woll known mountain evangilist con ducted religious services at Ros slyn Saturday night and Sunday- d Blue Boy x Furnace Mrs Sallie Ann Sherdan is not expected to live but a few days RocoeNevkirk visited friends at Millers Creek Saturday and Sunday It is reported that one of our young men will soon take unto himself a bride J11iss Clyde Wireman visited Mrs Isaac Rogers at Mountain Springs Sunday- e Miss Ethyl McKnight of Cobb Hillvisited Miss Mabel New kirk this week eMrs Hattie Mizc of Frozen visited her cousin Mrs G W Lyle Friday night MyrtiefFaught visited friends at Cobb Hill Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lillie Lyle and Mr and Illskday West Bend Miss Clay Hensley is reported much better W G Vvermans healte does not improve any Jas Roberts was in Winches ter Friday on business We think we will be able to report a wedding soon Jas Crow of Pilot View was Saturday ou business G W Everman of Right An gle was hero Friday night Miss Mollie Conry has recov red from a very sick spell B F Berry has completed the new Florentine Hotel at Virden E R Hinds is oil for a months vacation and is succeeded by Rev M M Roundtree has from Rice Station to this Mrs Ellen McPherson was in Winchester from Saturday until Monday Mrs Lula Watson of Mays lick is visiting her mother Mrs Young Mrs Bettie Everman of Snow Creek is visiting her son Will this week Mr and Mrs James Johnson Kiddville attended church here Sunday Peter Berry is very low at this writing and his death is expect at any time Jas Roberts Charley Swopo and Edward Hinds were in Clay Saturday on business Rev T H Oonry is conduct a protracted meeting at Chapel this week RB Swopeisin Winchester L J waiting on Itusell Barnett who is very low with typhoid fever Rev Geo jV and family of Richmondvisited his wifes parents Mr and Mrs Jas Hensley lastveek Mrs AliceiAsberry and two children have returned to their Memo at Urbana IIIafter a months visit to her parents Mr and Mrs S B Everman BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thebowl1ofTlOllDtkeepingtheCANDY OATHARTIO CANDYHjtiynt Do ID or I 11511d bookletSterling tltmtti CiraiiJ CMeato oi Hew York KEEP YOUR LOOD CLEAN tta Eatlv Risers I The ffamoufclitttopMfc of Five cut from Lion Coffee and a a cent stamp entitle 3 ou In addition to the regular fr premiums to one vote The a cent tamp cov ers out acknow edrment to you that your eatlaate is recorded You can MIU as many estU mates as deslrdd Blue Grass NurseriesoJ SPRING 1904 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Gurden No Agents Strawberry and Gen oral Catalogue on application to H F Hilleixnveyer Sons Both Phonos 370 LEXINGTON KY sItutle ute R SMITH EzeatttoReranInclndingTottion gaaaltiaVawarded graduates Literary Oourw dmlrad Novaeatlon Entorrow Graduate lueoeutnL 1HIlJIWILBUR CUREKs OOOOmOO LINCOFFEEAddition Regular Premiums tow Woul4 mponribtoCOMMERCIAL 1IIr Presidential Oontesll Grand First Prlzi tf 500000 will be awardedto the eae who nearest correct both our Worlds Fair and ProM dential Vote Contests Wo aUo offer 309000 Special Cash Prize to Groceri Clerks PaiUculir la each caseof Lion Coffee Boijk K e BISIIIISS- P80NOORAPHY TrP8 aigaj LEXINCTONKY free If Is on Lexington Eastern Ry Effective May 22 1904 EASTBOUND No2 No4 ex Sun IDallyP m DailyAM Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 810 825 L E Junction 822 8t7 day City 850 O13 Stanton 400 O2a Rosslyn 412 028 Natural Bridge 435 054 Torrent 440 1008 BenttyvnieJunoStll t02t1 0 K Junct 011 it 20 Ar l10 I WEST nouN n I Stations No8 Daily P M No1- Daily ex Sun A m Lvtackson22 625 0 K Junct 2 80 6 29 BenttyvllleJunc32G 7 26 I Torrent 847 744 Natural Bridge 401014 Rosslyn 823 425 Stanton 430 828 Olcir City 430 837 I 910 I Winchester 620 023 Ar Lexington605 1010 NoaSand 4 make close connections for Cannel City and points on the 0 K Division dally except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L A E junction with 0 A 0 for MtSterling and local points J R BARR CITAS SOOTT Gen Manager Gen PnssAgt DoWltts Wltoh Hazel Salve Fer PNes Nuns fares a E ASH GIVEN AWAY la Users In to the Free r n Great Worlds Fair Contest will get them in the Vote LioniisPackages WILBUR Jackson015 LEJunction508 What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can L dldates combined at the election m November 8 1904 In 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct estI- mates received in Woolson Spice Com office Toledo O on or before November 5 1001 we will give first prIze for the nearest correct estimate e second prize to the next nearest etc etc as ows 1 First Prlie aBoooo1 Second Prtio 100000 100000a100000ao100000aliOlrllot180O PrUe 000 OOOOOO 2 13O PRIZES TOTAL J2000OOO How Would Your Name Look on One of These ChecksEverybody uses coffee If youwIU use LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with It you vrlll be suited and there Is no such value for the ThcnrOU will take thats why we advertise And i we are using our advertising money so that both oin5you we will get a benefit Hence for your Lion Head WE PRIZEB1Complete LION COFFEEWOOL ONPEC CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO I 1 9 I J v ri I 1 4