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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I r- ai 0 l fl w IHEeL yfIITY TIMESt 0 1 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here iq help Clay City jfte Surrounding Country and Ourselves J B Burgher Publisher k- k JVOL 9 CLAY CITY t KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1904 NO 39 m Flour Mill for Clay City Plans have at last been consu mated for the erection of an up todate full roller process flour mill at this place Work will bet gin as soon as the site can be obtained and the material put on the gronnd This is the culmi nation of strenuous efforts put to work in that direstion some few weeks ago and we believe our people will bo well pleased with the enterprise It will occupy a three story building be modern in every respect and equipped with the latest and hest improv ed machinery and add much to f the upbuilding of our town and surrounding country What we now want is more of such enter prise and we are going after them one after another until s there is none insight f Some Fine Pears o RS Noel a leading fruitt W grower of the county was in town Tuesday with a load of the finest pears we ever saw This proves as has been demonstrated time and time again that this isa fruit country that cannot be excelled anywhere All that is liking to put our country to the top notch ECONMY- t Means goods Lowest Prices sin Merchandisetho Dress Goods Department- Footwear Ladies Hatso- f Clay City- Kentucky C Shimfessel I RfiblN Winchester MFG Go Marjufacture Sash Flooring Weatherboarding vVarandos Jicfcets 18tilirways Shingles and Etc Fronts is a little labor and economy ju diciously used in every particular Last Game the Best What is pronounced by all to be the best and the most hotly contested game of base ball play ed here this summer was the game Sunday when the home crossed bats with the Nor wood of Cincinnati and defeated them by a score of 2 to 0 The first Nine of Clay City has the distinction of passing o ver the without a single defeat This is a fine record for which our boys feel justly Here Is Your Chance 0 Shimfessel has a large quan tity of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Ginghams and other goods which he is disposing of AT COST for CASH These goods are season able and will not last long at the price he is selling them Attorney W D Jackson and his brother Romulus Jackson of were in the city Friday- on business Mr W D Jackson we are proud to say is recovering from a long and severe attack of heart and stomach trouble Best at This is the place you are looking for Shimfessele old stand r4 Enjoying a share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the fact that I have leceived my new Spring Goods and am now better V prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom v ere My stock is large and fresh embracing everything found the line of General Best Quality andI Lowest Prices sThe is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine my stock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate r A Nice Line of 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 88 no Ky We u idoprs Ceiling Blinds Store boys Globes season proud Stanton We are Headquarters for Building Paper V FeltRooflng Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Sendus Your estimates T t0Promt Shipments J 1 ptJ fP IXi ix Y t + The Setein Powell Farmers wtipfbuy flour when they could easijy ais their own wheat and produce the flour at less price are stnndin Ig their own light Especially is this the case in this section wflere any surplus wheat can bo disposed of at good prices Thing of paying 85c to 8100 for a 24 ottM sack of flour when you could aieatitforless than half Indeed e ery fattaer in Wolfe and Morgan could practically have his flour free of 08JIor the sur plus wheat he coild raise and sell would pay it all Framers let us beg of you to tryjthla+nlan for the coming year and sob how much better off you wlllbe at the end of 12 months Ir cjiyyon can save every entyor new pay for your flour Haiel Gllen Herald If every fdmejrtfthetcounty sow wheat it would justify gome one to establish fldurjlll Jt would be difficult to estlnmeihie sent out of the co ntlT1irhread stuff but it is certainmpnormbus This could be greatly tWpced bj giving a little attentiori raising wheat Irvine Heraldjp KImbrell w G Patrick f this plllce attended Vin h ater court last Monday vt v Simpson Clem oughtof James Sto1ic fe j 4L cg tlvayears oldfor60i j Mrs Ann Patrick visited her sister Mrs Vienna Curtis near Spout Spring last week Glenmore Neal and wife of Right Angle visited Mr and Mrs Elbert Bowles last Sunday W G Patrick has in his store a new Stimpson computing scale which is proving very satisfac tory J Mrs Johnson Harris and daughter MissLether visited relatives at Fox Saturday and SundayMissess Dollie and Nannie Christopher and Nora Todd of Spout Spring visited Miss Eliza Harris last Sunday Rufus Burton of Bourbon county came up Saturday to see his children who live with their aunt Mrs JoiinY Harris H S Bonsib of Indiana will deliver a temperance lecture at Kimbrells Chapel September 29 at 7 80 p m Everybody invited Mrs Ann Patrick sold at Win chester court onOfWeanling mule colt for 55 00 Woosleyitbought at same one weanling raule olt for 30 R A Selbyjibf Cedar Grove stopped here last Friday night enroute to his jfathers in Flem ming county there he had been called on sickness of his sistert The Estill Bounty Teachers Association thisfaplace the firstiSaturday in Oc tober An interesting program is being propa 1edwhich will be given next week r 3C h WG Patrick merchant and postmaster ltlimbrell was in the city Tuesaay f o i- I f Jf v 10 = t =ITIo The Cabbage Snake We learn that some of our citizens have found the cabbage snake in heads of cabbage while making krout So all users of cabbage should be very careful to inspect their cabbage before cook ingWe first thought that this snake business was all imagina tion of some one who used too much snake bite cure Red eye But since their existence has been vouched for by sober and reliable people we have no rea son to doubt ti- Winchester Court The cattle market was brisk but at lower figures than for some time The best sales were some 1825lb steers at 447 i Feeders 900 to 1000 Ibs brought 8J to 8f cents heifers 23 to 25 cents Scobees Yards report 800 ro 400 cattle on the market There was great activity in weanling mules and a large num ber changed hands John D Duvall bought of Ce cil of Tennessee 54 weanling cotton mules at an average price of 58 each Mr Duvall also bought some firstclass mule colts at 80 and 85 each Winches ter Democrat Goods At Cost Mrs Williams is running a Clear ante saiein which she is offeringk4M i f a large stock qf seasonable goods- at absolute cost This is a splen did opportunity to get what you needat your own prices Excursion Rates to St Louis Mo Account the Worlds Fair the Queen Crescent Route have plac ed on sale at Lexington Ky round trip tickets at greatly reducedrates Persons contemplating a trip to St Louis can secure further informa tion by applying to E N Aiken Traveling Passenger Agent Lex ington Ky When you visit the Worlds Fair stop at the Private Board ing House of Miss Mandy Carter 6411 Bartmer Avenue A Home for Kentucky Friends Parties coming should write in ad vance and they will be met at depot 5 minutes ride or 15 minutes walk to depot 26 Round Trip SEPTEMBER I3th and 27th Good for Twentyone Days via Queen Crescent Route TO New Orleans Shreveport La Vicksburg Miss j Dallas San An tonio Houston Beaumont Tex and many other points in the SOUTH and- SOUTHWEST For information call on or address HC KINO C P TA- E N AIKEN TP A- Lexiagtoaj Ky oj i r From 148 to 92 Pounds caseslofGertrude F Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Curb She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that Iran 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 wonderful remedy cured me entire mylungsmal weight health and strength Sold by M Rose i Married Life la likely to beihappier for those young folks who providing for tho future Open a Savings Ac t count 9 If you will call nt our office JRft shall 01 pleased tojexplaiu to you the workings of our SavingsDepartment REMEMBER S that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National Sank Clay City Kyiis o Black Creek Lime WorksiR S I CLAY CITY KY J Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City PROFESSIONAL CARDS V NINNNNILMNl4IVJWLNI WMINM1NNIa VLINIL Bertram Smith D D S c Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Aker Hotel where an eqperlenc ed Practloner be found day and prepared to ex modernlDentiitryhlgh grade work known to Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON QUAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON t CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M 01 PHYSICIAN AND 8URCEON CLAY CITY KY GOOD FLOUR Is thefoundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making t Good Cooking p longing good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the I wheat tastes good bakes light Buy NEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home KG Mansfield Son RQCISUN KY 00 SPOUT SPRING Sholt McKinney was below lastfweek on business y W frr Ohristophor r was Winchester the firsUof the weekf John W Mizo visited relatives at Winchester Sunday and Mbn day v Allen Orsborno visited 11 Worlds Fair at Sj Louis last I week r McKiirnoy sold cleve nicq 10 poundssllotcslat Gcent5 Hlc 5Jiliit1r fJ D KcKinney and JW Me Kinney of Clark county vo roty here Saturday Moses McKinney who has ejn plo ment near Mt Sterling isat home on a visit John W Burgher sold a three yearold iinilo to Montgomery county parties for GO l r Marion McKinnojv has gone Lexii ton Where iftc has secureU ejnpl ynienfc itiitho 0 d O car Jhqps Fannie Winburn return week from a visit of sev oral days to relatives in Missouri n nil Kansas Since there will be a irst oln roller mill put up at Clay City some ofour farmers will sow some wheat thisfall James F McKinney has bought about a car LOnrlof butcher stpck at from 2 fo hisand is in Cincinnati now + ith them The little child ibfA J Lari son who has been very sick some time is beginning to i prove since Dr Littlepago was called in last week Eld AD Hackett of Win cheater will beat tho Baptist church Saturday and Sunday t the regular meting day AVe hope a gold crow i will come out to hear him Tom Barnett who went to Oar lock Illinois some months ago has returned much better sutisfi ed with this part of Kentuck where he will earn his living in the future n- Asa Tood who has been on an extended visit to relatives at Butler Missouri returned home ff t r + Thursday Ho reports his uncle T Jefl Yrigljtyery ill with grave nppr con pf serious results I THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher 00 Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 20 100 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our su scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 163 II Cincinnati Enquirer 130 Louisville Commercial of nand Farm ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE H G WALTERS is a candidate for tho oilice of County Judge of Powell county subject to the notion of the Democratic I primary October 8th lOD4 FOIL SHERIFF Taos B AVMIE with 7 L Faulkner Rowan as deputy is a cnndldntu fort oilico of Sheriff of Powoll pointy ject tothe action of the llomo rn party JOHN M KFXXOX Is a candidate for tho ofllco of Sheriff of Powell Count subject to the action of the Democratic party UlFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY JOHN D ATKINSON is a candidate for the ofllco of County Attorney of Pow county subject to of ti Democratic primary Oct 8 1004 JI A PHILLIPS is a candidate for tho office of County Attorney of Powell toc EOR COUNTY OLEBK tlt1j ettotltonction of tho Democratic1 1J t A H NORTON is n candidate for ti ofilceof County Clerk of Powell coun subject to the action of the Domo primary Oct 8th 1004 EDWARD IOSE is a candidate for ti owellcountyCourtDemocratic primary October 81001 FOR SUPERINTENDENT OP SCHOOLS 11 A IRVIX Sn isn candidate for the oillce of Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of tho Democratic party t0FOIt ASSESSOR JAJIES AV AVooLKHY is a candidate subjccttoFOR JAILOR GEORGE STEPHENS of Stanton is candidate for Jailor of Powell count r subject tothe action of the Democrat ic party 1 cansdI i county subject to the action of the I Democratic iirimiry Oct tlth1001 You may call him a rube o a hayseed or a yap but the Banner as the biggest man in the country nevertheless He could buyall uid banks pay the national dobt purchase both the steelcombine and tin 1Va1me products of his own toil and stil have n billion dollars left fo pocket money To sum up sentence tho farmer by whatev er name ho may be called is the most important class in the Unit od States and he hnaright to grow chesty at the showing he makes Exchange It is now only nine days until the primary election will bo pull selectionyeveryp rt oftho county will be thepolls ah this day in t great numbers Allof the leading candidates for the various offices can be found below our masthead Consult this column bo Pore you chst your ballot good theirhomeDemocrats sometimes with apolV Ii S vithiltoldsUpiiort from Denlq rap rsl1t1d give ttfoir money to Republican publishers Do you want to vote for a Dem ocrat like ntY Well now be sure you done Askothers wo dont toll tales out of school All the candidates under our mast head are allright DeafnessCannot be Cured by local applications as they can not ranch tho diseascd portion of the oar There is only one way to 4cure deafne88and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is ofbn ian Tube Yheh this tube is in flamed you hayo n rumblingsound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely doled Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation rer5ing will bfcdestroyed forqver nine I cases outforten are caused by Catarrh whicl4is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces 4Y Ii Ve will givo One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness onus ofed by catarrK that cannot be cured forlwF J GHEJfEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c trlake Halls Family Pills for con stipation kIeDruggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine AgreeIf It Fails To Refund Cost druggisttbt Dr Miles Nero ae laracdlclno for your nerves rr + Pletnternalore1malte theo organs wqrkT anatomybutleDr Miles and since made use of by wideawake physicians who ap prlclAte Us value In treating the sIck If you are sick wo offer you a way to bo made wenDr Mllca Nervlne lhJs medicine la a scientific curd for nerve disorders such us Neuralgia Headache Loss of Memory Sleepless ness Spasms Backache St VItus Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Pros tration etc By toning up the nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine will also euro those diseases of tho Internal organs due to a disordered nervous system Some of these are Indigestion Bil ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma tism etc prostrationavailed upon him to try Dr Miles hastyou how It saved my lifo a few years when I had nervous trouble I preach Its merits to everyoneREVMYERS Correctlonvllle Iowa FREE jYOUNewScientifictom Dlank for our Specialist to diagnose- r your case and tell wrong and how to right itAbsolutely Free COLiMACHINE SHOP fill INDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep Irj 5tocK Beltingruppllesl I tasolinenginesI- n 35 S and 12thorsq power Tie best known power for farmers and others h paperllprJlltodII LT OHiSiHffi lTit vnUVIIivv x r fV r f i CO TO MRS WILLIAMSBig on Every thing in Spring and Summer Dress Goods Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Mil linery Goods o 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 Ribbons Hamburgs Ladies Wrap pers andnmany other things This sale will continue until about the middle of September and the prices on Jots of tho goods put into it will be bargains in the fullest sense eeeeeseeesi- seMRWJIJLArI5 c I l4f Id iJitiKy V Ho+ ++tHo1o+++1o+ 4++ t MrI d +++ i I Littlepage Son I DRUGQIjCjayx iPatent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc 3 f carefullycompolindedh of I f 11 + ++ 20 + + Moo + Y +H O HHHH+ Hoot ONLYJ110- 0 r I fV r t II I DaiIyandSunday P I I r jii DEMOCRATThree t i t 1 c i jt l Jit 1 n This will cover the i1residential Campaign which promises to curt- o 1 f one of the most cxcitingiiwhistpryt Subscrifae NOW and get all tlleoe8 arlSY l st f1Jt I Lir lf W P WiAILPON o j Lexm on v i a- i 17 i 1 rr r t kTHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 291904 LOCAL BREVITIES Dr See of Levee was in the city Tuesday James Douglas of Plum Ky I was here Tuesday on business F B Russell was hero the fir of the week visiting his of home Dr B Littlepage is attending the Worlds Fair at St Louis this week Wm F McIntosh Esq of Sams was in town Tuesday on business Attorney John D Atkinson was in Campton on legal business last week- Ttvynlnn Bush of Clark county were hero yesterday to buy good horses Mr and Mrs J H Terry ar the proud parents of a fine daugh ter born Monday Sept 26 Florin Cox of Louisville wa the guest of his nephew cashier J F Cox the last of the week Mr and Mrs Benny McKin ney of Spout Spring visited Mr and Mrs J E Burgher Sunday Mrs J M Welch and dnugtert Miss Gladis are visiting MrsI Mark Hall at Independence MoI Gus Locknane and wife of Lexington visited the lattes un ileGeeIV Wells and family last week 1 TSlds D G iQombs and JJWI Marciim are conducting a very succesful revival with the Stan ton Christian church The TiMESoffico will print the ballots for the primary election Oct 8th This is the first timeI we have gotten work of this kind in the county I Messrs LN Hon and A Hont who have been visiting relatives in this county for some weeks left Monday for their home at 0Platte City Mo 0 R Watson a leading meg chant and timber man of Estill county with un extensive business on the K N Railroad was in the city Friday und gave the TIMES oflce a pleasant call Willie Hall formerly of this county but now a resident of Montgomery was hero Tuesday to receive treatment from his old physician who lie says is gifted with much more skill than the bluegrass doctirs r Loveland Garratt Company will move their big stave plant tin this city across tho river and consecfc the same with their plan ing mill over there This will bes a considerable saving to them in the way of fireman engineers night watchmen and etc H F Hilleumeyer Sons thereliable Lexington nurserymen have their fall announce iiTiontin this issue Every farm V er in this section should write for their catalogue and set out a va riety of fruit which can bo sot profitably grown in this part ofCI the State sWork on lock No 10 at the 0t t u mouth of Flint Estill county is tr progrossingvory rapidly Large 1 ot A 1 i I r ti- l f5fl blasts can be heard in Clay Ci very distinctly every morning and evening about sun down These blasts are quarry ing rock for the stone masonry Town Property for Sale Two story frame building on Sixthavenue Clay OityKyj first class repair now occupied for hotel and restaurant Will sell at a bargain Mrs Vina Anderson n Test of New Machinery The big boiler at the new Loved Iand Garrett Cos mill was fired up the lust of last week and be hayed very satisfactory It will not be long until the steam whistle will be heard at the Old Courtney mill site as I the finishing touches are about all on 1 Whats in a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt fe Co of Chicago discos ered some years ago how to wake a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding bruisee3 fs Sat Salvo has no equal This has given rieo to numerous worthless coups terfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by M hose Sunday School Convention The Boones Creek Baptist As sedation will hold a Sunday School Convention with the ClanIK an I Sundayin November Provision on the grounds and delegates from the churches will be enter tamed at night The churches of Salem Powells Valley and Fil sonare members of this ssociaI tionnhdshouldsenddeleg t s a A Power For Good The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S lIJl1rillg a as it was it did me more good than calomel blue muss orany other pill ever took and at the same rim t he effect was plasnnlLittle Early Rises are certainly an 1f pill Sold by M Rose Raise Wheat This Year With a good flour mill located at Clay City farmers should now raise what wheat is necessary t make their flour and raise a lit tie surplus thereby keeping a homo a large volume of cash that goes away each year for that which we can produce ourselves with but little extra expense Most our farm lands lay so as to be harvested by machinery and there is no reason why we cant grow wheat successfully and inb competition with other sections We are glad to note that several d at least will try it this year and hope others will at once decide do so The hest flour is now commanding over 7 00 perbar ref which within itself should us what an expense we are out to buy buscuits for our chil dren Low Rates to California and North western Points Commencing Sept 15 and continuing daily up to and including Oct 16 1904 the Queen and Cres CIwoyand the Northwest at greatly reducI rates E N Aiken Traveling Passenger Agent Q de C 89 E Main St Lexington Ky will be = Olionij r h qty Y i I a vty Is the Man A week stomachVweakens the man because it cannottransform the food ho eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health andstrength to the stomach A toweolt stomach Cannot digest enough food to feed tissues and revive ti tired and rnn down limbs and o guns of the body i Kodol Dyspcp sin 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 l CHURCH DIRECTORY Saturda der J T Turpin supply i PowellsYal Icy second Saturday ana Sunday Elder Turpinpastor Bowen fourth Sat and bundny Elder J T CICitypastor nay nolds pastor Hardwieks creek third Sunday Methodist Church Itcv J 0 Craw ford pastor first Sunday preaching at Clay City monlng and evening and second and fourth Sunday nights second- Sunday at Hardwiqkg creep in the prccedinThirdand evening fourth Sunday preaching Jacksons Chapel in the morning and on Saturday Sunday school at all the churches Presbyterian Church Soviccs atClay City tho third Sund y at Stanton the fourth Preaching at each place morning and evening Rev A Irvi pastor ON THE INCREASE Worlds Fair Travel Getting Heavier While the volume of travel to St Louis on account of the Worlds Fair has not quite come iip to the expecta tions of tho Worlds Fair management- or the railroads ithna been ns large- as was expected all things considered The banner months s6 far as attend SeptemberOctober these three months the admission will undoubtedly equal if not surpass tho entire number registered up to August 81st inclusive It is certainly a big grand show and one that no person with the mean should miss It is the opportunity of fife time in an educational way and ono that will bo taken advantage of by the great mrjority of tho people of ate are proud and Justly so On account of its unexcelled train service both as regards equipment and accommodations tho Louisville lIen derson t St Louis llallway better known as the Henderson Route has carried the majority of Kentuckians doubtoeen more anytThe Henderson Route is justly entitled to all tho praise that is being servs ce unquestionably the finest operated in or out of Kentucky and their schedule of trains is more nearly main tained than dn thcr majority of roads For comfort in trafel and for the accommodations safest train schtdul tlioresf but one thing to at all times keek in mind got the Hen emon Route habitand request this routing in purchasing your tickets M+ BAILEYJ Merchant and Customk L MILLERf CLAY OITY KY j work six daysin the week Fresh GroonJ Bolted Meal always on hanJ Grinds for ono sixth tole 4- n MEnut CwjMlCurt cecerup II y J 4 + ++++++++ 4+ r ++++ 4 ++++++ r +M i tINSURE VITIIti F A LY0N SON I iTho JLomliufr Iiisuruiico Agents 201 0 EtiHtcru Jtcntiiclcy t + Over 200000000 f rt Represented ++ + who knows anything about insurance knowtJEveryone in this line ++ + 4+ + +++ 4 4 + + +++ ++++ ++++ + Startling Facts bA Ee BARNETT i 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 flay thing you gotnEverything from i Daper of Pins to a Wed ling 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 We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for sonic allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to givo us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection i Dont fai to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit AVO MtuloTTlion You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 7r3 i n Sams News is scarce at this writing Farmers have begun cutting cornW F Mslntosh visited D N Witt Sunday- Z M Minter went to Waco Saturday on business- L B McIntosh left Monday for some point in the west Born to Mr and Mrs Hy Hunt a boy Mother and child doing wellThere was a jolly crowd from Lick the Loaf MounI Log on Sugar tain Sunday II B McIntosh returned homo Saturday from Yarnallton where he has been for sometime The teachers association of Estill county will meet at Kim brell Saturday Evcfry body in vited Vaughns Mill Allen Burton is on the sick list at this writing f McKinney Bash are hauling in their coal for the winterfl Mr and Mrs Bob Henry en tertained a large browd at their home Sunday Mr and Mrs Bill Ware visited their son George atBowen from Friday until Sunday Mrs Malisa Jackson of Win chester came up Saturday to visit friends at this place Miss Eva Holman who has been visiting her brother Joe at this place has returned to her schoolWine of Cardui Cured Her 213 South Prior Street ATLANTA GA March 21 1903 I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my stomach which no medicine seemed appetiteIity In three weds I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and felt that I must myhealth myfriendscertainly very pleased with tho results Within three days my appetite returned and my stomach troubled me no snore I could digest my food without difficulty grnduallydiminished her functions without difficulty and I am once more a happy and welt woman QLI7E JOSEPH Treat Atlanta radar Nlsht Club Secure a Dollar Bottle of 5 k Wine of Cardui Today CO YEARS I EXPERIENCETRADE DESIGNS I COPYRIGHTS 4cAnyone sending a sketch and description may quick ascertain our opinion Pee whether au invention is probably HANOBUOItonPatent- esent tlon atrtcilycdnndenttal free Oldeat agency or securingw tents Patents taken Mann lit receive special notice without charge In tba Scientific Jititcricait handsomely illustrated weekly largest elr- cullUon of sup tclentlda Journal Terms bl a years four months II Bold by all newsdealera NewarkBranch I Mrs Mary Burgher who has been visiting her son Joe Burgher at irveho returned homo SundayMr Mrs Win Swope who have been visiting their father and mother at this place returned to their home at Glencairn WednesdayMrs Jackson and daugh ter Miss Pannie Mrs Nannie Wills and Mrs Malisa Jackson were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Bush Monday Snow Creek Corn cutting and sorghum mak ing is all the go here Mrs Bettie Eads visited her sister at Kiddville last week Several from this place attend ed Winchester court Monday I Thos Wood and Thos Ogden Sr were business callers at Stan ton Saturday J S Scott who has been visiting friends near Stanton for some time returned home last weekBorn to time wife of Jack Parker on the 18th a daughter and to the wife of Tillman Pigg a fine son Genet Mrs Barbra McCoy visited friends at Pena last week F G Powell candidate for Assessor is on the puny list this weekY 0 Bowen candidate for Jailer was here the first of the week Geo A Crabtree and wife vis ited a Melvin Mortons Sainr= day and Sunday Miss Ida Martin who has been visiting friends at Knox forsev eral days returned home Sun day Win RatliJF who has been em ployed on an LLC E local was here the latter part of the week visiting friends The Genet Base Ball Team went to Big Woods Sunday to play the nine at that place They report a nice game the score running 35 to 7 in favor of Ge net RED TOP It is said that a Michigan man has inventor a machine that will run forever He should send his address to RooseveltEx Who Builds The Bridge The Clay City Council has con tracted with Champion Bridge Co of Wilmington Ohio for the con struction of a steel bridge crossing Red River at Waltersville for 82 fl0 The council didnt feelable to be out this expenditure but with the subscription below and the prospects of more the contract was made Thus the contributors nam BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thebowelsbowels open sod be well Force In the shape of- vlolent ph 0 or pin poison is The keeplutheCANDY OATHARTIO i EAT EM LIKE CANDY andSOceatsperboroa health Address 433 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Tv r ed below are responsible for this bridge LovelandGarrett Co 50000 Mt Sterling business men 117 00 J B Eaton 10000 CWRussell IJouisville Ky 60 00 F B Russell I 6000 John W Williams 3000 W S Rogers 2500 II C Warmouth 2500 A E Barnett A Son 2500 D R Daniel i 2500 Jas D Ualtt 2500 John M Kennon 2500 CLAY CITY TIMES V25 00 Dr B Littlepage 1000 Geo W Clarkf 1000 W W Wilson 1000 Frank Adams ft 1000 H G Walters t 1000t D11 Curry Davidson Ky 1000 H D Curry Myers 1000 A Easter ft 500 W E Ileflin v 500 Thos Ogden J5U0Ben-nyMcKinney K 500 A P Johnson j 500 B L Bruner j 500 Thos B Wnre f 500 M Bailey r 500 M B Eubank f 500 James F McKinney 500 H G Burghbr d Son 500 J II Burgher v 500 Dr B R Smith 500 DD Patts 500 Geo W Anderson 300 James Douglas lumIYt 250 Geo P Dougln L veeICy250 Wm Mounter 250 J B Patton 250 Kale Martin 250 J II DawsonQlarkcounty 250 G D Cook j 250 John P Curtis 200 Thos Woodyz 200 Herman Hoskin + 200 J WHenry 200 R L Tipton G V h5Q T1 Crp i tolfjg GWells rJtr t1 50 Marion Willia a 150 Thos Blanton t n 160 fn 160 D Adams r 100 James G Easter ir 00 Will T Snpwden 100 Tom EdgeL00Dud Parker fj f 100 June Walters i 100 J 7 t Lorenz Patton 8 100I t John Sewell v y 100 Lewis Martin 100- J H Vlvion F AJ 100 s Total 6120950 The following buslnessmen and concerns of Mt Sterling have sub scribed the several amounts oppo site their names to the fund the total of which is included jn the above list as shown r Trimblo Grocery Co 82500 ChilesThonipsonGroceryCo 1500 Oldham Bros S Co 1000 A Hoffman iVy 1000 Monarch MiIlinggJ i 1000 W S rA 750I nhenntiU R ORear r is 750 Blount NunnellyfPffest 500 Walsh Bros 500 Guthrie Clothing Co fiOO F W Senienr it 500 S M Newmeyer I 250 R II White a1 Co 250 Clay city ff0Itel I J H EAXONt Prop Table supplied withthe best the Imarkertaffolds Everything neat an Rates 81 50 per day Punch tk Graves 250 T J Dunglns a 2 60 Allen G Prowitt 200 Teachers Association The Teachers Association for magisterial district No2 EstillI county will be held at Kimbrell Saturday Oct 1st 1004 begin ning promptly at 10 a m All persons interested in edu cational work are cordially invited to be present PROGRAM Invocation Eld G W McIntosh MUSIC Welcome address W G Patric- kResionseEld A Easter MUSIC Teachers Association why have them f Supt Miller Miss Birdie Congleton EssayRobt E Stockton MUSIC Should the County Board Sys tem be adopted instead of the present trustee system If so why fN J Tuttle j Mrs Burke Gilbert Masters RecitationNelson Witt Song six little girls Noon Recess How spend the Friday afternoon Miss Bettie White Miss Zula Creech Miss Lily Tipton MUSIC A RecitationRobt Chrsitophor Dialoguo Eliza Harris Bertha Bo vles Nelson Witt- Stauford Puckett MUSIC Wliat should the moral standard of the teacher bo j yM supt11illor it Be rtlia Bdwles MUSIC e- IMy greatest troubFo this fall A two minute talk by each teacher present Recitation N J Tuttle M Dorsie Stockton Pres E Edwards Sect Greater New York is threaten ed with the worst typhoid fever epidemic in its history H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fall 04 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Shrubs and every timing for Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive Catalogue application I4DCa1eIIIIIIII ron a SltlltlIi1II t k BoakKeepIoBDsInass PHONOGRAPHYt I In8 Tlr WrltlngI dddnet WILBUR RSlIIliBL- EXINCTON KY For circular of bis famous and responsible COMUEHGIAL COllEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal at World Exposition Refers to thouiandi of aduates In CoonelnctudlnsrultloulJook asdTelegraphy81eclIiua awarded cradaatea Literary Oanraaf rat U desired Ho Tanatlon caternow Graduate successful oatsWiLBUR O i 14 f J 4j r THE 5 Winchestei Bant t INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEnsrobN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ gals firms and corporations 848 N I UewU Little Early Risers 11 The famous littlo pills Lexington Eastern By Effective Way 22 1904 EASTBOUND No2 No4iDaily ex SunI Stations P In 11AMLv Lexington 225 745 1 Winchester 810 825 If L EJunction 322837Clay ltyb50 013 If Stanton 400 823 If Hosslyn 412 028 If Natural Bridge 4J5 954 Torrent 449 1008 If BeattyvilleJunc5ll 1021I- f 0 K Junct 011 11 20 UOOnWEST HOUND Stations No3- Daily p sl Daily No A ea IILvJackson225 025 If 0 K Junct 3 80 621 t BeattyvllleJuncOiSC 72 If Torrent 847 744 If Natural Bridge 401 01 If Kosslyn 822 425 Stanton 480 828 If Clay City 430 837- LEJunetion508I 010 Winchester 520 023 Ar Lexington005 1010 NosBand 4 make close connections for Oannel City anfypolrita qn the 0 kK Division dally except 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