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Ie i r 1 t iik U I THE CLAY ITY TIME rfJ 01 1 I I I I I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Sitfronniiiig Country and Ourselves I I r E Burgher Publisher j r VOL 9 GLAT CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER J7 1904 NO 4G CITY COUNCIL MEETING i i o Trio city council met Saturday night pursuant to adjournment Mayor Terry and all the council men were present Prof 0 W Campbell resigned as first assistant teacter to accept the position of principal in the city school in the place of Prof Geo D Hancock resigned The monthly salaries of the teachers were allowed and or dered paid A E Barnett Son were awarded the contract to furnish the lumber for the trestles to the new bridge at 820 per thousand and James Ham was awarded the contract to erect the same at 7 per thousan- dr r R Daniel was appointed committee of one to move the city jail 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 lie is selling them WD JACKSON DEAD I I Passes Away at His Home at Stanton of Stomach and Heart Trouble In terment at Winchester Mr W D Jackson died at his home in Stanton last Friday after suffering for more than a year with stomach and heart trouble The remains were in terred in the cemetery at Win chester Deceased leaves a wife two children and a brother Mr Romulus Jackson of Stanton to mourn their loss Mr Jackson was a model citizen a kind hus band and father and was well liked by all who knew him He bore his afflictions without a mur mur and was fully resigned to his fate always trusting in Jesus He was born in Bath county Ky June 6 1840 He entered the Confederate army when a boy and served four years spending oue year in Camp Chase He studied law with Judge Holt at Mt Sterling and began to practice his profession at Stanton in 1875 At the time of his death he was chairman of the Powell County Democratic Committee I H ECONOMY rMeans Best goods at Lowest PricesA This is the place you are looking forShimfessels old stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before Iwish to call the attention of the general public to the fact that I have received my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demandsof my custom ers My stock le large and fresh embracing everything found in the line of General Merchandise tho Best Qualityand Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Departmenti- s complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footweart Tins stock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDato A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See the before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT it Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 35 Keniaytuckycity C Shimfessel RBbhZN B MFG Go Winchester Ky We forSiiehdoor CeilingUuUding Paper Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Roofing Varandns Pickets Flintoid Roofing StafwaYIIShingles and Etc and Etc t3tore Fronts J Sendus Your estimates 4 Prompt ShipmentsJ I i Yfm THE CABBAGED SNAKEI Charges Made Against fit are Entirely FalseNo Cause for Alarm from his Snakcshllp Editor Olay City Titties For some weeks thro has been considerable axciterlient in por tions of this county lover the so called cabbagsnal which is alleged us and is said to cause severe illness and even death to perso is who eat cabbage in which t 10 snake chanced to be cooker r Startling reports have reachei I hero from Powell and Montgon cry counties and from portion of ennesseu off the harm done bytl is snake but after investigati s these re ports I find that they are entire ly without foundatic n No per son has ever died frog i the ellects of the poison and so far as I can learn no one has beet made sick These reports Ore usi ally started by some excited person and taken up by the overcredul us and dis tributed free of char ge to their hearers Now tlu cabbage snake is not a snak J at all I have one in my possession and which is a little kite worm about seven inches jl ng and less than a millimeter ir thickness It belongs to the fam ly of hair worms and is prqbly jnerrnis pli8aJtB1t is as J less a as an earthworm for w or IS are not known to possess art jf toxic prop erties whatever As a usual mir worms are parasitic attacks ig such in sects as the grasshopi er cricket katydid flies caterpil ars of butterflies moths etc The merrnis albicam has been fo nut in apples It also attack the honeybee This worm found strangely enough 1s in tho drones though it is workers which frequent waj ery places where the worm posits its eggs to appease tht r thirst Packard Guide to tli Study of rAsroy many harmful insects I n of the opinion that the cablr gesnake is very useful instead harmful Mr L O Howard the t1 tionalen- tomologist tells mo 1t lie has not the least idea tii worm is poisonous f This is the worm V hat many people believe to be tj msformed horsehair It is needless to say that horsehair or any other kind af hair never make snakes The eggs of the cabbagesnake are deposited in wetery places and when hatched theyoifmg usually or at least frequently attach themselves to the bodies of in sects grow to maturity seek some watery place ail deposit their egg and thus cor plete the life ccleIr No one need have ny fears whatever of the sjiak and no one should destroy c bbage or stop eating them becai soof ru mors concerning jtlu m which have not one iotaco fact to sustain them JKO F SMITH North Middletown Ky qolleget Kindness iscatching J I cy 4 j t 4p CONTEST SETTLED County Democratic Committee Meets nnd Settlesthe Contest for County Offices in Recent Primary The Powell County Democratic Committee met at Stanton Mon day to settle the contests in the recent Democratic primary The death of W D Jackson made it necessary to elect a chairmen 11 R Lyle was elected chairman pro temand RJackson secretaryBy vote of 4 to 3 it was decided to let the election stand just as it is It was also ordered that the contestants be given the right to appeal the decision THE SUNDAY SCHOOLCONVENTION The Sundayschoolconvention held at the Methodist church Wednesday was well attended and highly enjoyed by all The opening exercises began at 10 80 a m and was followed by a helpful talk by Prof E A Fox Everybody was delighted with his address from which they re ceived many helpful suggestions which will help them in their own Sundayschools Prof 0 W Campbell his coteachers and the entire city school attend ed the convention in the afternoon and the little folks as well- ss the grown ones were highly pleased The day exercises closed to be followed at night by stereopticon views illustrating a trip to the Holy Land which was accompanied by a lecture by Mn Fox HAQQARDMIZH Mr Asa J Haggard and Miss Katherine Louise Mie both of Winchester were married in Cin cinnati Monday the 7th The bride formerly lived near here and is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Isaac Mize and is a handsome and popular young lady She has many friends here who extend congratulations The groom has been with the SunSentinel for several years and is a popular and worthy young gentleman They will make their future home in the Queen City Pastor Called Rev J I Wills was here Fri day on his way to preach at Mac edonia Baptist church lIe has been called as pastor by this church but has not as yet accept ed the call There is talk of his being employed by the Board of the Boones Greek Association to take charge of the work at that point Filson and other places under tho jurisdiction of the Board If he does ho will probably move to this city or Mt Sterling so as to be closer to his field of labor Winchester Democrat Rev Wills formerly lived in Powell county and is well known to many of our people Some mens ideas of economy is to buy three drinks for a quarterMost women have a sneaking conviction that their love letters could be twisted into a successful novel r 1 IIr 1 Married Life is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for o the future open a Savings Ac count If you will call at our office we shall be pleased to explain to you the workings ofour Savings Department REMEM BER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six u months on savings deposits Clay City National Bank o Clay City Ky S A Heavy Load To lift that load oft of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat sour stomach belching gas on stomach and all- disordersof the Stomach that nro curable are instantly relieved and permantly cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Stoom a druggist at 297 Main street New Britian Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure has given such universal satisfaction and is so surely becoming the positive re lief nnd subsequent cure for this dis tressing ailment I feel I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my cus tomers by offering it to them I write this to show how well the remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific experiments and will positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by M Rose IKOFESSIONAL GAUDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I Office at the Akers Hotel where on e rlenc ecl Practitioner may be found day nd night prepared to execute all kinds of nigh grid work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY P A IRviNM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I Bt LIITZLFPAOENIIPN AND SUROEON v OLY OITV KY y 1 1 1 M D M J nfPHYSICIAN AND 8UROEONrO CLAY CITY KY j GOOD FLOUR Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking longing good qualities should try Mansfields FlourContains 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 home RC Mansfield Son ROSBLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Reuben Tipton was in Irvine MondayMr Mrs John Wright have gone to housekeeping at the Gravett farm Russell Christopher who has been quite sick for several days is now improving Jas F McKinney sold 23 head of good cattle to Mr Scott of Clark county at 3i cents preachingrhope to see a good crowd out to hear Pastor Crawford M B Eubank will have a pub lic sale of live stock corn fodder household and kitchen furniture etc Wednesday Nov 30th Mr and Mrs Eubank will go to Col orado about January 15th to make their future home Our best wishes go with them Eld B F Wright of this place received a telegram from Butler Mo Thursday announc ing the death of his little grand son Omer Wright son of T J Wright who recently moved from the farm where Wm Ware now lives The Cause of Drought There is no question but that the repeated drouths in this sec tion is dne largely to the destruction of forest trees which of late years has gone remorselessly on In course of time the wise farmer willopen his eyes to the necessity of planting trees to supply the need of those that have been cutaway Arrested for Working on Sunday Twentyeight persons were ar rested at Lexington Sunday for working on the Sabbath They were all employed by Jesse T Wade and were killing and dressing turkeys for the market Struck this Near Paris While drilling for water on the farm of William Meteor seven miles this side of Paris the drill went through twenty feet of lime stone und struck a body of gas which blow out the drill A ne- ro I man struck a matchand was nearly burned to tlfiathbofore ho could got away The fire was still burningnftermany hours of effort extinguish u fA r f THE CLAY CITY TIMES PUBLISHED EVEUY THUK8DAY J EjlJunoriEB Editor and Owner- I O JACKSON Local Editor Sotscription Rates SO Cents per year in ai vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Nov 17 1904 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 N II Cincinnati Enquirer 110cc Louisville Commercial 75 Ie Home and Farm 75 Some one said Texas went for Parker Who is it that will not agree with ils when we said last spring that W It Hearst was the man The Democrats buy papers now to read about the RuSsoJapanese war j politics are no longer of interest John G Carlisle said in Lexing ten the other day that Wm J Bryan was an honest but a mistaken man Bryan may occa sionally he mistaken but he always supports the Democratic nominees Alton B Parker has sent two notable telegrams in the past six months The first wasIIIf you expect me to accept the Demo cratic nomination for President put a gold plank in the platform The next telegram was to Roosevelt congratulating him on his election In our judgment the first presaged the hitterr The result of last Tuesdays election puts one to reflecting Wo remember that just thirty days prior to the general election the Democrats of Powell county held a primary and there was a cry from every voting place in the county ex cept one that therQ were not enough ballots We wonder what has become of the large Demo cratic vote of that date They certainly could not be found on the day of the general election Take Clay City for instance There were 222 votes in the primary and several did not get to vote while on November 8 there were 180 Democrats in the pre cinctWANTEDCarpenters and laborers for work on government con tract at lockno 11 Kentucky River Pay 15 cents per hour for good laborers and 20 to 25 cents per hour for carpenters Excel lentopportunity for good men to see cure good positions Apply in person to II E Talbott Co at the Work near College IlilJ Sladi son County 41Owks Statue RejectedIThe Goebel statue executed by the famous New Yorksculptor Signor Moretti which has been on exhibition at the studio of Wm Adams Son at Lexing ton was rejected Thursday by a vote of the Goebel Monument Commission It is said it was rejected because Arthur Goeljol did not like it It means a loss of 2000 to Moretti I Blessings often come disguised butyou can tell trouble a mile off Sonic men get so used to look ing for work that a more needle in a haystack would boa cinch I i 2 J EST1LU COUNTY ITEMS Fr mJTII XrUld Miss Dorsio Stockton of Kim broil was the to Miss Bet tio White last Saturday Frank Oamdentharged with ed from jail last night by digging through the wall On last Saturday night William Richardson dScd seventyone years was killecfby falling or being thrown by train from the Itswill perhaps l v betaiown how the fatal accident occurred but a freight train passed over the bridge shortly befipre the body was found and whether this caused time fall or whether he fell accidentally is not j known Mr Chares Rhodes found the lifeless body under thibridge about 9 at night where ithad fallen over fifty feet Mr Richardson was never married iIe was a kind generousheartetijnan over ready to folk Ir man and had many friends will deeply deplore his death If Suffiring Will Not Help Your Disease but Will Weaken Your Nerves Polka who think Jt Is better to bear pain than soothe itMire wrong Oldfashioned doctors used to say it was better because they had nothing with which to ease but dangerous heartparalyzing dings But now that p sao remedy has been found Dr Miles AntiPain Pills It Is wrong to suffer for nothing can bo nervesA Is When In pain tako an AptlFaln PIlL This win soothe your quivering nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve pain by restoring the natural secretions in which they differ t am qplumand elm ilar nart6U6 drtM Ulk relieve pain by checking the a tion ittite glands They are sure a d harmless and aro the latest medical treatment for the cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism DI zlness Toothache Stomachache M nstrual Monthly Pains Also nerve irritations like Sea SIckness CarSlcl ness Sleeplessness Indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick In results AntlPalnpmshave received the pest results I heartily recommend tnelr curative proper successtulREVRAYASold by druggists at 2Sc Money back soldinWrite us for Free TrIal AntiPainOurSpecialistsou what wron and how to rig t It COLADORATORIES W TED SPECIAL REPREsnJrATivKln this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise nn lid established business Salary 21 t okly with expenses advanced each OJ by chech direct froirJicndqimrters Horse and furlliledwholl necessary position permnn it Address Blow BldgOhlcogoThe large gJioral store of B Holman at M Ilion five miles west of llichm nilon time L A occupied by Stapp Barnes together withM Holmansdwoll ing and outb ildings and the dwelling of 1r Roberts was destroyed by fi o Tuesday after noon The fin was caused by the explosion o n gasoline stove in the storer om occupied by Stapp Bar es Loss about 5000 No insjuronco NOTICE Work has uegun on tho new steel bridge cr Reil river in this city at V ftlttyille and all persons who uIseribedto the bridge fundf yijifypleiiso call around and mount over to time city couuciltpndgotd a receipt for the sa w TJ E r r r uItG1UJmt t I h h i Fall Millinery in Profusion at MRS WILUAnS Clay City Ky- oeooeeeeaeeaa Latest Styles Beat Quality Lowest FiMGes r t 0 i Ai + iP i MC iP h o I 0 I 0 ttt a II Littlepage Son i DRUGGISTS T i Clay City Ky + i j j Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc tfPrescriptions carefully compounded t j to + otoot + oot + i + li OOoot o + ooot+ + + + + + ie t MACHINE SHOP ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep lo Stock SteamfittingsBeltingliose WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 8 5 8 and IShorse power The best known power for farmers and others printedisLrr CMS HiGAN V WINCHESTER KY i to Bdncate fOR A SltuatloB BookueeingOnsinssJ HONOBRAPHY TIDeWriting r TeleaphlS MUna WILBUR R SMITH t t LEXINGTON KY J niponilblCOMMERCIAL SITYfIAwarded Pedal at World positionColof I tlon Uooki and board In family about A- ShortbaadTypoWritingaadTelegraphy8peclaltite fi eWTho under leal f warded Briul pates LltorarrOounofrce ddimd 1 NoTimttlou IOW la erda to MIlO war uittn aradaateeeueceetqikWIIB JR R SMITH 1 Black Creek Lime I i Works IJ t R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY A 1 I r Unelnckend Lime In any quanti i ty Will soil to dealer QrconeumerJ 1at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Y Clay City or sell at the kilns O 20 r tYkilnCity 1 1 c rt Ii r Ir 1 r II r- rfIr I JTHE CLAY CITY TIMES I v CPUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY tTE BunajiEB Editor and Owner T G JACKSON Local Editor THURSDAYI NOV 17 1004 i r Local News Saturday was pay day for school teachers Judge W T Webb was in Stanton Monday It doesnt make a light weight any heavier by putting on airs Saturday was pay day along the L E railway and the boys were again made happy Merchant W J Christopher of Spout Spring was observed on the streetslIondny W T Webb the jeweler has a new and complete line of holi I day goods Call and see them Mr and Mrs W G Patrick of 1imbrellt were guests ef Mr and Burgher Sunday and I Monday G B Simpson fell off a scaffold while painting at the Clay City Roller Mills Tuesday hurting his back considerablyI Mr Charles Scott of Lexing ton the genial passenger and freight agent of the L S E rail way was here Tuesday Next Thursday will be Thanks giving when most people prefer going out huntingand eating tur key About twenty hunters were on the eastbound passenger Monday alongtI y of the ihvasion of this army of w sportsmen Mr Bob White will be bound to suffer AOood Complexion Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P M oreof Nacogdocbes fex A certain cure for biliousness etc Small pilleasy to take easy to act Sold by M Rose Mr G P Douglass of Levee was in town Saturday and called around and got a receipt for his part of the bridge fund Mr B L Bruner of West Bend was here Monday and did likewise Sundaytt ulus Jackson Mrs M E Law and Mrs Belle Hancock attended the Sunda school convention at the M E church in this city Tuesday Tim Clay City Cornet band will servo an oyster supper over the t light house next Saturday even ing the 10th beginning at 780 oclock The proceeds will be used for the benefit of the band Everybody cordially invited Among the new enterprises for Clay City during thn past year is a large new saw mill and planing milla new flour mill new steel bridge an overhead railway crossing and others Who says Clay City is not forging to the front Owing to the prevailing hard times and to enable the people to have their Dental work done before the bad weather Slits in I will make for all denn specialreduced price tal work done withih 30 days UK liKRTicXji SMITH i Resident Dentist j- r Clay Olt Ky- t f c J Y i 1 t J Circuit court will convene at Stanton Monday Mr Troy Phillips of Stanton visited the Clay City Graded School Monday Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All hakes and sizes Clocks gold and silver watches and uptodate jewelry of all kinds at W T Webbs Mrs Louella Nickoson time tel ephone operator at the Clay City exchange will resign her position December 1st- Saturday was pay day for teachers but the money did not show up The State will have the cash on hand next Saturday Supt Tra cy tells us Supt F P Tracy authorizes us to state that he had no hand in the late contest and that he vill hive Rev Irvin a most loyal support If your eyes are not acting right take them to W T Webbs where you can get the trouble corrected and glasses fitted at moderate cost TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists re fund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25c We regret to learn of the de feat of Henry Watson for County Attorney of Montgomeay county by Mr Thomas Mr Watson was reared in Estill county near our county line and is at present manager of our local telephone exchangeIt that the game warden in Montgomery county caught some parties hunting be fore the law permitted and took their guns and game from them That was exactly right What is the use of having game laws and not obey them For a time work had to be sus pended on the new bridge now being built ocross Red river Waltersville on account of theI quicksand which was extremely difficult to manage The com pany has gotten permission from the council to substitute the rock foundation with a foundation of piling which is said to be just as good Work will be pushed from now until the bridge is com pletedCatarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONSas they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or con stitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal rem edies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts derectly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a reg ular presciption It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers act ing directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for tesimonials free F1 CH ENEY Co ToledoO Sold by druggists price The Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Agents Wanted Men and women of good coarse tor and reasonable education to remain ut hone and perform light work Good polary and prompt pay Address J A Webb t PbyCityi Ky F Mothers Praise It Mothers eyorywhere paiso One Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup and wboopinp cough A L Spafford Postmaster of Chester Mich savsuOur little girl was uncon scious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup One Minute Cough Cure quickly relieved and cured her and I connot praise it too highly One Minute Cough Cure relieves coughs makes breathing easy cuts out phlegm drawn out inflammation and re moves every cause of a cough and strain on lungs Sold by M Rose CHURCII DIRECTORY Baptist ChurchSalem first Satur day morning and Sunday following El der J T Turpin supply i Powells Valley second Saturday ana Sunday El der Turpln1pastor owen fourth Sat l Ider J T Turpin pastor ClayCitynolds pastor Hard wicks creek SundayMethodist Church Rev J 0 Craw ford pastor first Su day preaching at Clay City morning evening and second and fourth Sun y nights second Sunday at Hardwi ks creek in the precedingThirdand evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel i the morning and on Saturday night before Sunday school at all the elm hes Presbyterian Chur ScviccsatClay City the third Sund y at Stanton the fourth PreachlnlII each place both morning evening Rev A Irvin pastorON THE INCREASE Worlds Fair Travel Oetting Heavier While the volume of travel to St Louis on account of the Worlds Fair has not quite come u to the expecta tions of the Worlds air management or the railroads itas been as large as was expected all hlngs considered The banner mo so far as attend ance is concerned mftii be September October and Noveniper and during these three months he admission will undoubtedly equal I not surpass the ontiro number regist red up to August 31st inclusive It is certainly n bi with show and one that no person the means should miss It is the opportunity of n fife time in an educational way and one that will be takeA advantage of by the great mrjority of the people of America before its i ose It is an at fraction that all Am ricans are proud of said justly so On account of its nexcelled train service both as regal s equipment and accommodations thll Louisville Hen den on do St Lour Railway better known as the Ilendl sum Route has carried the majori4of Kentuckians to St Louis and hav beyond a doubt bee n more instruniej al in contribut ing to the success of jeFair than any othilr railroad In this rritory T ho Henderson enti tled to all the prafjthat is being sho tiered on them a heir train serv icelis finest oper ated in or out of Kem1cky and their Belli dule of tro nearly main tain ied than on the in ority of roads F or comfort in trjel and for the beats accommodations safest train BClu dules theres but ono thing to at all times keek in mindrget the lien der son Route habit and request this rou ting in purchasing your tickets l1 BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER v CLAY CITY KY Co slum work six days in the week Fresh Croon BolteJ Mealilways on hanj Grinds for onesixth tole wi ifclT7 lnMtrt O Cure i For OiiilK iCMiMid Or uf r t 1- i J wl bi + +H F3 F 3 3 E 3 SO+ + to I + mHt + 01 ofz or t t+ 3 r3 3 + or of + rJ- ti INSURE WITH i F A LYON SON i The Jucudine Insurance Agents Iol Eastern l ontu lcy 0 Over 200000000 I Represented iI Every one who knows anything about insurance knowtthey are leaders in this line j0 HHO++ HtH+ + + Startling Facts A1 E 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 need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from i Daper of Pins to a Wed ding 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 aft your servicebWe hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKYJ Tonsorial Artist CITY KY ICLAYA 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 23 Dont fai to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit p Are Mmle When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sac Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 r I t West Bend Died at his home at this place Tuesday morning at 11 oclock W G Everman aged 58 years He had been in ill health for ten years and had suffered death many times over Deceased had been a merchant at this place for more than twentyfive years and had been postmaster hero for nine years A more honest man ever lived than he was He leaves two children Burl aged 18 years and Jesse aged 11 years besides father mother five sisters four brothers and a host of friends to mourn their loss Mr Everman had been married twice May he who had suffered so much on earth find peace and rest in heaven Tip Day Killed It is reported hero tha the noto rious Tip Day was killed while resisting arrest by U S Marshals on Stillwater in Wolfe county a few days ago The report is to the effect that Day was surrounded by five officers who were heav ily armed and in the fight which followed Day was killed but not until he had dropped two of the attacting party Day was a desperate character and was wanted for a murder committed in Tennessee some time ago for the killing of U S Marshal Wilson of Mt Sterling for moonshining whisky and vari ous other crimes For Sale A two story business house on 7th ave 4 lots well improved suit able for business or dwelling For further information apply to James Bloom I AGiDRAlJG rS EDIC3gg KaPOl1 This great stock medicine is a money saver for stock raiccrs It is a medicine not a cheep oed or upinBlackDraught renowned for the cure of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring up the torpid liver and loosening the constipated bowels for allstock and poultry It in carefully prepared and its action ia so healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It cures hog cholera and makes hogs grow fat It cures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens lay It cures constipation distemper and I colds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumed It gives animals and fowls of all kinds new life Every farmer and raiser should certainly give it a trialIt costa 253 a can and saws ten times its pice in proilt PmsBUBO WAS March 23 1004 DaughtStockstock for some tine I have lucd nil kinds of stock food but I bavo round that yours is the best for my purpose J 8 IIASSON BO YEARS EXPERIENCE01 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COJOYAIGHTS c Anyone lending a sketch end description may qnlckly atcerlaln our opinion an Inrentlnn Is probably pawntable CommuniCA- tion atrlctlrconddentlal on Patent lent free Oldest agency for securing tentPMenta taken Jlnnn A Co recelrt tpteialnotlee without charge in the SdentlficJlmerianA handsomely lllostrated weeklr Jarge1 cir culation of aD eclcntlBo Terms 3 a year four months 81 BoWbjall newdealem HUNNCo38181 New York Branch Office OB Waihlnzton D Co S Vaughns Mill Mrs Mary Burgher and Mrs Bettie Hiley have been visiting their relatives at Vaughns Mill for several days A P Bush sold to Morgan Mc Kinney GO worth of corn and also to Green Snowden 810 worth Mr and Mrs George Bush spent Saturday night and Sunday with the formers father Mr A P Bush Mr and Mrs G W Clark Mr and Mrs John Burton and Mrs J J Cnrry were guests of Mr Allen Burton Sunday Mr Dutch Crow gave the young folks a dance Tuesday night There will be three weddings in this community Thursday Mr ToinBarnettandMissLizzieCharles Mr Sherman Conner and Miss Ef fie Walters and Mr Steve Short and Miss Barnes Uncls James Charles has moved to the Douglass place Mr James Daughtery of Ford came up Wednesday to spend a few days with his fatherin law Mr Richard Swope Mr Dillard Barnetts little child is very low with typhoid fever and is not expected to recover Many a man consents to argue with his wife because she has so few other pleasures Additional Local A twoact comedy entitled Mr Bobwill be put on the stage by local talent in about twp weeks Look out for some rare fun for it will doubtless be all right Mrs Wm Adams nee Isa Bal lard who lives near town on the Hardwicks Greek road is very low of typhoid fever and not ex pected to recover Mr W L Nunomaker of Scran ton arrived here Monday He will do the sawing at the Love land Garret lumber plant which will be put in operation just as soon as there is water enough to bring the logs down the river FIRST SNOW The first snow of the season fell here Sunday It began falling slightly early in the afternoon but at 4 oclock a terrific snowstorm was ragingr which lasted about thirt utes completely covering the ground The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church ist going to earn some money in a novel way within the next few weeks Each one is to earn a dollar and each one is to choose her own method of doing it About the middle of December they will have a bazaar aud will then tell each other how they earned the money An Ordinance The City Council of the City of Clay City do ordain as follows Sec I Thai the Mayor and mew bers of the council arc hereby em powered and instructed to dispose of the lot now occupied by the city jail on sixth avenue to the Clay City Roller Mills Co for the purpose of erecting thereon a Standard Roller flour Mill and the Mayor and each member of the council are hereby authorized to sign and acknowledge the deed of conveyance Sec II This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its publication us required by law J II TKIHIY J E BURGH n Muyor Clerk n y 4 1 Genetf Dock Spender who was shot hy John Rogers last Saturday night is improving nnfvlllbe able to be oUt in a few days Mr V C Martin went to Stan ton Monday on business Several from this place attended church at Rogers Chapel Sunday They all report a time and a goad meeting Geo A Crabtree and wife of this place were guests of P G Powell and family Sunday J A Crabtree who is working for Win Crow at Lombard return home Saturday on a visit Eld J A Webb of Clay City was here one daylast week on bus iness Furnace Corngathering is all the go Mrs John Shouse visited Mrs Lily Lyle Sunday Dr Leming f Stanton visited friends here S ida- yMrJw IWwkirk was at Clay City Thursday n business Misses Bfdd 4 and Nortie Bill ings visited lYrjs Addie Frazier Sunday R j Miss Addio ijrazier of Vinton visited Misses Nortie and Biddie Billings Wed sday Messrs Joh IS Lyle Jr and John W Now rk have been busy buying geese jJjtr the past week I Mr and Mrai Roscoe 0 New kirk visited We and Mrs John W Newldrkn d family Saturday night and Sunday MADEL Kimbrellj Mrs John Harris who has been sick the past week is some better Our teacher Piss DorsieStock ton went to Ir ine Saturday- R N Brock salesman forJ Andrew Cain of Versailles was here Thursday James M urtis bought of Mrs Ann Pati ick an aged mare for 20- James Curt s has rented Mrs Ann Patricks farm for the year 1005 for 500 Thomas Sn wden who moved from this pIne to Fayetto county last fall has r turned andmoved to the Smithe s place Mrs Ann J atrick visited her sister Mrs Tomas Curtis near Spout Spring I several days last week Mrs C irtis has been very sick but is nc v improving THEWinchfestei Bank INI JBPORATED N H WITH POOH Pres Capital Slocl 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 848 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat JeffersoriviHe Willinni Martin has gone on a trip to the mountains to visit his sontt5fhe Martin Miss Ohloo Smith visited her aunt Mrs G B Martin and family one day this week The writer was out to hear faro John Ware on Sunday He preached to an attentive crowd Messrs J S Willoughby and John Hackney who have been very sick sor sonic time are out again x Misses May Alice and Anna Bet Strange of High Spruce at tended meeting at Wares Chapel Sundayf The game warden caught two or three men hunting before the law permitted and took their guns and game from them Messrs G B Martin and W W Stevenson will start Monday on a business trip to the mount ains to be gone several days Mrs Martha Martin Arnold visited her sister Mrs Fannie Willoughby of Spencer Creek two or three davs this week On Saturday evening the two horse team of G B Martin be bame frightened while hauling wood and ran away hurting his two sons Zeke and Tom the former slightly and the latter seriouslyThe passed oil quietly here on Tuesday The primary was a little noisy the result of a little too much of the juice of the blind tiger 2 The defeated candidates have all gone up Salt river but will be back soon Mrs Myrtle Richardson wife of Mr Fletcher Richardson died Saturday night after a weeks illness She leaves a husband and two small children father mother brothers sisters anda host of friends to mourn their loss She was a loving wife and devoted mother It is sad for loved ones to be taken from us in the bloom of youth by the hand of death We extend sympathy to the bereaved ones hoping that their loss is her eternal gain She was loved by everyone who knew her MARTAM Thousands Cured DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands ot cases of Piles I bought a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve on the recommenda tion of our druggist so writes C II LuCroix of Znvalla Tex und used it for a stubborn ease of Piles It cured me permanently Sold by l1Uoso 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