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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 i I FHEjCLAYJ I qITY TIMESI i I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay CitjjleSnrrpopJing Country and Ourselves L B Biirfllicr Publisher YOL9 CLAY CITY KY THtgSlDAY DECEMBER 15 1901 NO fiO Herc Is Your Chance 0 Shimfessel has a largo quan tity of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Ginghams and other goods which he is disposing of AT COST for CASH These good are season able and will not last long at the price he is selling them No hore Suffering If you are troubled with indiges tion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspep sia Cure and see how quickly it will cure you Geo A Thompson of Spencer In says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommended and I used a few hotlles of it and it is the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with local physi cians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some releif but Kodol Dys pepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done me any good and I heartily recommend it Every per son suffering with Indigestion or Dyspepsia should use it Sold by M Rose Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes WHEAT ALL RIGHT The general impression among the farmers seems to be that the rains of last week have materi ally helped the prospects for wheat next year While there are some people who still fear that the long drouth has ruined the wheat crop the majority of those who have investigated con ditions are of the opinion that the prospects have been greatly improved by the rain although the amount of moisture the soi received was very small Anoth er condition which is regarded as favorable to wheat is that while before the rains fell but lit tle had sprouted an examination below the surface shows that the roots are growing healthily and that the grains are still alive Exchange J In a shooting affray in the village of Neave Bracken coun ty Ky Dr Edward Courtney killed Dr John Carney his form er business partner Have you seen the handsome display of jewelry watches clocks etc in the show window at W T Webbs ECONOMY Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking for Shimfessels old stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the fact bettflrprcpl1reders My stock is large and fresh embracing everything found andLowestThe Drsss Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear This stock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See the before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 0- w elKentucky r RBbIANeBMfGE Winchester Ky s We Marjufacture i Sash We are Headquarters fp r doors CoilingBuilding1 uper Blinds Weathorboarding Felt Roofn 1 Varandaa Wickets Flintoid R offing Stairways Shingles antiandEtc fStore Fronts V i t4 I ft q lf Send USV pup estimatesyt 5v i iVy 1 PrwptShipments f v 1 P Va J t r1 t t A rRl I t v o h I A NOVEL BALLOT v We have in bUr possession thi most novel and unprecedented specimen ofaJl olection hallo that over came underour beer vation It is n sample of the ar title used in the recent Hepubli can primary is Owsley coulity Each candidate used in addition to his name his own specie de vice and the whole would make n good advertisement for n do partment store orn menagerie lane man had n pair of boots for his mark anqther plow one a buffalo nnd another a bull aile candidate was represented by his wifes photo thoCgh he could never have been elected on herj looks and arrivals emblem was a fat juicy possum that must have drawn the calored vote Altogether it was a curiosity well worth preservirig Exchange Lombard 1 Alice Vonnie Bloss visited Mrs 4 McOallister lastS idity Mrs B F Crp visited Ins home in Menifee ihty Sunday Miss Zelma Kriiiq visited Mrs B F Crisp Wednesday night Mr W M Scaggfyand fautil moved to Lombard Ade vdays ago Mr Eck Joins 1Indiati t Greek made a Jlyins trip to Clay City Mitiy p w r Thomas Crisp of Menefee vis ited his brother Frank Crisp last week Mr Artnentageuvho has been confined to his bed has recovered and is ready for w jrk again Mr Spencer of this place was attacked with rheumatism and had to quit work 0 P Cobb had his leg hurt while handling railroad ties tau1 had to quit worlf E W Struck the paymaster for the Big Woods Lumber Co t has been here for several days Mrs Charles Yarber who has peen sick for several days is some betterMiss Mary Parser of North- Fork left Monday hforning fo Wisconsin We hope she will reach her destination safely Thomas Moore a Bunter in spector who has been here for several days returned to his home at Ashland Thursday morn rag Misses Nettie Payne Zelma Kring Ettie Ingram and some more youngsters nid a visit to Mrs Armentage Tesdnynight Had music ands line time Sqn1aoschoolpupils practice for their Christmas en tertainment It isjjfqr the Sun dayschool Mr Kring who recently mowed to Lombard wcmt to work ii the chair factory Tuesday morning Jle is a fine old gentleman and gets around swifter than omo of the youiigmoti 01Wiley alyers tae nib od fiWs Irvine tq tj J t tffi110 fi r rJ FALSE ALARM eTile locomotive that pulls the work train on the L E was stationed here Saturday night and Will Stoner colored was longlenough get boozy and then proceeded to raise a row with some one when Marshal Johnson took him in tow However he was allowed to go back to the engine to call in the regular fireman lIe boarded the locomotive and blew fourlong bluets which many peo pie mistook for the fire alarm at lthe planing mill and many who hid retired for the night don ned their clothing and rushed down town to see what the trouble was only 4tO find that it was all brought about by the ne- gro getting too much booze FROZEN TO DEATH Elijah Raborn aged about 32 years was found frozen to death in a field near his home in Mont gomery county near Kiddvillo lost Saturday He was a sun of Thomas Raborn and was feeble minded He had been to Kidd yule and got lost on his way toYt was found frozen stiff by the smirching party OTHERSSHOULD DO LIKEWISE Mr D M Curry of Davidson sends 20 in payment of his and Mr II D Gurrys subscription to the bridge fund Others should do likewise as the bridge will have to he paid for when compleded which will not he very long now with favorable weather conditions New Idea Womans Magazine for January There are a great many good suggestions on what to wear in the NKW IDEA 11o IAXS MAOAZINK for January For women an ar ticle on Negligees shows three graceful styles in wrappers and dressingsacks while for men the subject of Evening Dress is thoroughly discussed Two En torrare worn across the water and a bulletin from Paris describes a number of Parisian creations In the literary part of the magazine Mrs Constance Fuller McIntyre discusses The Bachelor Maid in her vivacious way while any woman who has ever entered a business flies in the capacity of an employee will feel a respon sive echo in reading Esperanto Goodloves The Etiquette of the Business Woman The Steer age describes a unique private antique shop in a weatherbeaten barn and Dr Arthur W Yale contributes a chat on The Train ed Nurse in Fact and Fiction A Question of Heirlooms 1throws a light on the subjeot of antique furniture Perdita tolls of adopting her versatile housekeeping to conditions in Paris and there are three stories for grownups and three for little people 4 Subscribe for the TIMES x 4k i 1 j Harvest Days Remind us that only those whop Jsow can hope to reap Sow habits ofeconomy and industry In youth and there will o pro8pcrgOpen a Savings Account now Save while you cnn anti you will never know want Remember we pay 3 per cent interest oil savings accounts e Clay City National Sank Clay City Ky t ooooQIrvine perhundredDr J A Land of Pa no a visx ited his parents Sunday NrsIrlBnrltA v5sitdIltM Witt and wife Sunday t Ernest Alexander wont to Hich mood Monday on business J U Witt and W M Park bought ono pair mules for tjIO Green Miller of Tyrone is visiting sriends hero this week J1VVitt is visiting his fath er John Witt at Levee Mont guuery cotnty Andrew and Taylor Centers left Monday for Indian Territory to make that placo their fiituro home Airs H M Witt who has been confined to her bed for the peat eight months is no better wy are sorry to say1- IIUFrdtnOYAG CARDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Akers Hotel where an experienc nllllpreparedwork known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M DIPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CUY OITV KY DtCLAY CITY KY f Christmas Baking Calls for the best flour Mansfields Best Patent and Mountain Lily Are the best Hours on the market They make the nicest whitest cakes and pastries because they are milled from the best when- in the right way Try Best Patent for your Christmas cake It will not disap point you FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Mr Thos S McKinney has been quite ill of rheumatism for several days but is thought to be some better at this time Mr Henry Tuttle and Miss Dollie Christopher were marrie- Wednesday afternoon the 1lth at the home of the officiating minister Rev B F Wright The bride is the daughter of Mr W T Christopher and is a popular and handsome young lady The groom is an industrious yOiing farmer and resides near this place Their many friends extend hearty congratulations and wish them much happiness The Weather Calendar The Chattanooga Medicine Co the manufacturers of Wine of Carduri and Thedfords Black Draught have just issued the 1905 edition of their Carduri Weather Chart and Calendar This calendar with its 18 sheets 13 x 20 inches in size snakes a bright ornament for the wall and is a useful acquisition for any home or office on account of its displayed weather predictions The prominent numbers can be read across a large room as can the colored signal flags showing tho weather conditions for each billustrateAndrew J DeVoe who achieved great prominence by his accurate predictions of the great Galves ton St Louis and Minnesota storms and cyclones So great is the popularity of these predic tions that they are printed in 2500000 of these calendars and in 18000000 of the Ladies Birthday B Almanacs which are issued by the Chattanooga Medicine = Co each year Wo understand that a copy of this weather chart andcalendar may be secured by sending lOc in stamps to the Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat Chattanooga Tenn Any Of our readers who have not secured a copy of the Ladiess Birthday Almanac can get one by sending their address to Ladies Birth day Almanac Chattanooga TennnSr by Calling on their druggist Sewing rnuUtine jtesat WJ T Webls Allmakesaiid sizes y T v THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E BUROIIER Editor and Owner I G JACKSON tocalEditor Sflbscription Rates SO Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents I Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Dec 15 1004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates priceebelowTho TIMES gild CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110I Louisville Commercial 75 tI Home and Farm 75 Some of our juvenile citizens seem to be celebrating Christmas ahead of the scheduled time Port Arthur does not seem the o in any great hurry to fall but the Japs would like to get jit in their sock as a present from San ta Olaus Lexington Democrat But before the Japs can get it in their sock the Russians must necessarily get it in the neck It is high time that the of Govv Goobel was avenged If Powers had part or lot in it and The Times believes from the evidence that he had no con sideration should stand in the cond as any inal If he had not there can be no excuse for subjecting him to further loss or liberty or to the stigma of an unclean accusation The Court of Appeals has mad newtrial necessary It should by every right of justice and every regard for law be final and decisive Louisville Times NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons holding claims or debts of whatever nature against the estate of the late W Q Ever loan are hereby notified to present same properly proven before the undersigned executors on or before the first day of March 1905 This December 9 1004 G W EVKRMAN l ExecutorsJAMES HBKBLBV NOTICE Work has begun on the new stool bridge crossinQRcd river in this city at Waltersville anil all persona who subscribed to tho ridge fund will please call undo pay the amount over to the city council and get are ceipt for the slime JVE BtmaiiEii city Clerk TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BRO 1O QUININE Tablets All druggists reo fund the money if it fails to sure W Groves signature is on each box 25c Selling at Cost I For tho next 30 days I will oller my entire stock of Dry Goods Shoes Notions etc ut cost This is a rare chance for you tllSO are bargains at your own prices IJa vJ CUR5T15v 1t y Spout Spring Ky V 1 F I 4 Do You Wantari EducationSOME THE CLAY CITY- GRADEDCHOOL Clay City is located on the L E railroad between Lexington and Jackson Ky The Graded School is the pride of the city and is in a prosperous condition having an enrollment of about one hundred and fifty pupils Strict discipline is enforced but it is tempered with mildness and kindness Our course of study will com pare favorably with that of any graded school in the State We strive to obtain thoroughness how ever rather thannsmatt ring knowl edge of many things to be deep rather than broad Wo shall undertake no patent process by which it is supposed that Untutored boys and girls may be plit into a cramming machine and speedily turned out welleducated men and women Education is the product of time and hard study If you wish your children to be well educated you should give plenty of time in which to train thcJIIWe will touch your therbenefit of careful training in the elementary branches under an experienced teacher thus laying the foundation ofa good education we will take pupils in the prepara tory give them the ordina departmolitand ry edica thin more ad vanced gtudenta wind train them in the higher stud eS of the regular highereMathematics S encesjfrenchund English Literal remand will furnish them with superior facilities for instruction in Vocal and Instru mental Music For furthering rmfttion address C W CAMPBELL Prin CLAY CITY KY I SHOE SHOP REMOVED I have removed my shoo shop to Gaylords blacksmith shop where I will be pleased to see my old customers aridiew ones too WESLEY GARRETT 1 Your Heaii When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have If you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc If you have pain in your left side In sufferfromlips dry cough swollen ankles If you have tainting spells breast tacodiscomfortTho only scientific treatment for this lraesNewDr Mlles New Heart Cure is tho prescription ofa famous specialist whose great success in treating obsti nato nervous heart disease has made his name preeminent IdYlbo medical and scientific world WItbottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money attlmcs t nightnntThreeofble and I thought I was going theeameway but about DIloeIIrocovercdsince then than before for several years hoststroubleREVJRtYHurt Kans FREE IljtorPl1lnj iK ho 1 tidJ tI f i IJi I r At I ChristmasTh- at Gift is useful is doubly appreciated A timely mid useful gift con be found for every member of the family in our elegant line of Fashionable Footwear Neckweart Cloaks Handkerchiefs Skirts Ribbons and Laces Furs Mclhtosh Coats Fine Dress Goods Jewelry Underwear Fascinators Hosiery Combs Hairpins Belts Toilet Sets Fine China Fne Mirrors Suit Oasfes Art Materials And a great tinny other useful articles that will make appropriate gifts for Christmas and at prices that will suit every purse Dont miss this store while on your purchasing tour o lVIRSeJ1 I WILLIAMS Clay City Ky oH t AH+++ rH+ rHoot 34 o +d r ifi3rowt1 Htoot + ar f Littl Son i i I DRUGGISTsJ L a Clay City KY i iIt A i +ot 4 + +++oHHHH t foHo t+oH4+ot ++ + i MACHINE SHOP tILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep ID Stock Steam Fittings Belting Close and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 j8 and 12 horse power The best known power fprfarmerBand others TheprolSouwhlch this li printed- adriveaby a lIsganEagino L Ti CIAS HAGAN1- VINCIIESTERt KY 44rf FIp f JiiZ y 4- 1 HocatT FORA SltnatloB R k KeepingGuslnessPI TreeWrItlag i tiliraPbj Add1c WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KYf IiFor tlrcnlar of hU ftmont COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UllVERSJYtiAwarded Kedal nt tVorlda ntftn to thoDitndB of eradaatoe ID patttlnni I t o nuIueas Course Inclndlnglul o lion hocks ud Hoard In family about fSO legraphyBpedaliJlfcBBTbo I 1 warded RradustM Llteratf unetreeUdea1red KovmmMoo enter vow Graduate laeoMrfaU oathurll V j t e wiBlackWorks 1 J R S TOEL ProprietorrtlCLAY CITY KY IiI iJty1 r at Lowest Prices Will ddliver at JiClay City or sell at the kilns O2Q tt r thekiliti i J OltI t uI1 t 7 f re ff J lre n THE TIMESI AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY DEC 16 1004 LOCAL BREVITIES Nine flays till Christmas Mrs James Bloom is ill of stomach trouble Mr Thos McKinney is quite sick of rheumatism at his home at Spoutspring Mr and Mrs Robert Russell visited relatives in Winchester the latter part of last week I Born to Mr and Mrs Frank Daniel on the 8th a fine boy Elwood Ohristmas presents suitable for husband wife or sweetheart at W T Webbs The Winchester Commercial Club has been organized and incorporated at Winchester with a capital of 500 Dr 0 H Williams left this week for a several days visit to his family at Caney Morgan county Mr W 0 Martin of Vinton was in town Tuesday He wil go to Louisville about the first of January to resume his studies at the Kentucky School of Medicine Many farmers complain of the hunters taking possession of their farms and preying upou their game Come in and have TIlE TIMES print notices agniht such trespasses It only costs you 50 Y c ntsIThe boiler and pngine and some of the machinery have arrived for the new flour mill but a long delay is beingmade on the great er portion of it on account qf a strike in the foundry of the com pany contracting to put in the mill Note the change of Mansfields flour advertisement in this issue and buy a sack of Best Patent for Christmas uses We know this flour can not be excelled and it seems to us that the peo ple of Powell county should pa tronize home industries when they can do as well Rev D P Ware who has been very low with pneumonia at thee home of Mr J W Baker at Vir4 den is some better we are glad to say Dr Glenmore Combs of Winchester was in consultation f with Dr B Littlegago in the case Monday MrJ M Doddridge a travel ing Salesman of West Virginia was at the Adams House Monday Mr Doddridge is personally ac quainted with Senator H G Davis and says he is a fine old gentleman qndis hale and hearty and can now ride horseback all day despite his 80 odd years others Be Careful of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping C uuhStop them in tlmerOne Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by M Rose t NOTICE TO DEBTORS All persons knowing themselves indebted to tIle estate of the late WVG Everman are hereby notifi ed to call aid settle same with the undersigned executpra at once This December 0 1004 G W EVEBMAN sJADI S HENSUJT I 1 4 i f WANTED SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE In this county and adjoining territories to represent nnd advertise an old established busi ness Salary 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday morning by check direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address View DldgChlcogo Beware of Counterfeits DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre AlaIII have it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to be the best Salve on the mar ketoEvery family should keep it as it is an invauable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Yt saysIi I Iiada fever sore on my ankle for twelve yeras that the doctors could not cure All salves and blood remedies proved worth less I could not walk for over two years Finally I was persuaded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving n scar Sold by 11 Rose You should not fail to see the handsome display of jewelry and silverware at W T Webbs There will he a Christmas enter taimnent at the Christian church on the evening of December 23rd Have you read MrsJ W Wil liams ad in this issue She ad vertises many artices that would make nice Christmas presents Have you seen the handsome display of jewelry watches clocks etc in the show window at W T Webbs The Clay Oity National Bank is distributing among their pa trons the most handsome calen dars we have seen this season 1847 Rogers Bros silver knives forks and spoons make elegant Ohristmas presents A handsome assortment just re ceivedat W T Webbs There will bo a Jacobs Ladder at the Methodist church Monday night for the benefit of Santa Claus and the little people A nice program is being arranged for the occasion Young man if you are looking for a Christmas present for that best girl of yours you can find it at W T Webbs A handsome assortment of jewelry etc to select from Our city school is progressing nicely under the able manage ment of the excellent corps of teachers Remember the first of the year will soon be here and you should not overlook our school if you have a boy or girl you wish to place in a good school in a good town at a very low cost Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured byHalls Cat arrhCure F J CHENNErCO ToledoO We the undersigned have known F J CUENEYfor the last 15 years and believe him perferfectly hon orable in all business transactions and financially able to carryout any obligations made by his fiirm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold byy all druggistsJ Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation y 4r eX m t j A Pleasant Pill No Pill Is as pleasantand positive as DeWitts Littld Early Risers DeWitts Little Risers are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people say theyare the best liver pills sold Sold by M RoseC- HURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Ghurch first Satur day morning and Sunday following El der J T Powells Val ley second Saturday and Sunday EI- der Turpin pastor 5 Bowen fourth Saturday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastor ClayCitynolds pastor Hardwlcks SundayMethodist Church Rev J O Craw ford pastor first Sunday preaching at Clay City morning and evening and sec ond and fourth nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the morning and Saturday night preceding Third Sunday at Shiloh and evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel n the morning on Saturday night before Sunday school at all the churches Presbyterian Church Seviccs atClay City the third Sunday at Stanton time fourth Preaching at each place both morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor STRAY COW Red dehorned dry cow thin in order and few white spots on her body looks to bo about six years old Ower can have same by proving owership and paying all charges Cow came to my place On fourth Monday in October JoiraT Pica West Bend Ky In one of the county precincts at the recent Democratic prima ry in Clark county one of the voters or floaters made good his promise to votofhr the various candidates Ho utamped the X under every namcf on the ticket The Court ofAppeals has affirmed a and 10 per cent images against the American Book Company from Mason counfty The company was charged with selling books for a higher price than was stip ulated in their bond The bazaar to le given by the Ladies of the Presbyterian church tomor mv Friday afternoon and night bids fair to be a big success There will be on display and for sale a variety of useful as well as ornamental articles suitable for Christmas presents They will also serve coffee and chocolate in connection with the bazaar Died November 20 Aunt Susan Dawson of the infirmities of old age She was nearly ninety years old and had been living with her son Marion since the death of her husband JohivDaw son which occurred several years ago Thebody was interred the following day in the family buryingground known as the Pigg graveyard Winchester Democrat M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY f Custom work six days in thoveek Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hanJ Grinds for onesixth tole 011 MINIMSQliikCYri FeeCCrHTIlE TIMES and ortrierJournal both one year for i66 i 1- ryI ++ H ++tJoi+ i1S +H + +++ HloH rr 1 INSURE WITH i F A LYON SON I rot10 10 Over 200000000 I Represented I o Every one who knows anythingabout insurance know they are leaders in this line r ++++++++ +r+++++ +++ 1o +++++++++++ 1o Startling Facts AI Eo 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 t uaper 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 market a 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 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 KENTUCKY t J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITV KV A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and nil kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 0J Dont fail to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light RollsI And Flakiest Biscuit Are Made When You Uso Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour w Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY R- J Sold byour Leading Merchants i Jeffersonville Saturday was the roughest weather of the season Miss Ohloe Smith has been vis iting friends and relatives in Olarkcountv this week Mrs Mary Hammonds is at her stepdaughters Mrs Mary Reis senger in Mt Sterling and is so ill that there is but little hope for her recovery Mrs Martha Martin Arnold is suffering intense pain in the jaw and side of the head the result of a tooth being pulled some duys ago Sage Isom Osborn and family spent Sunday at L G Wills Mr Joe Willoughby Jr went to Stanton Saturday on business Miss Ethel and Floyd Wills at tended church at Hawkins Branch Sunday Look out for Xmas little ones You had better be about writing your letter to oldSanta Mr W H Paynter of Means spent Saturday and Sunday at this place Elmer Dowuard and Charles Wilson went to Owingsville Mon day on business Misses Eva L and Lou E Wills returned home Monday from a visit with relatives near Spencer and Ewington in Mont gomery county THE TIMES and CourierJournal both one year for 100 Wine 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 appetitoIity In three vrechs rlost fcnrteca pounds of flesh and felt that I must myhealth myfriendscertainly very pleased with the results Within three days my appetite returned and my stomach troubledme no more I could digest my food without difficulty tlllydiminicbcd her functions without diCiculty and I am once more a happy and well womau OLIVE JOSEPH Ima Atlanta Friday itlcbt Club Secure a Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui Today 80 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ieAnyone pending a tketen and description may quickly ascertain our opinion ree an u probably linn utrlctly confidential NAN086U06onlueuu eourlngoatenuCnotlct without chars In the Scientific flmericait LiuseatcUcr NewYorkDaDcb J 1 r f North Bend The North Bend school will close next week Thomas Welch was a visitor on Oat OreekSunday Thos Welch transacted busi ness at Clay City Saturday D B Skidmore of Bowen was here on business last week John Arthur was a business visitor at Clay City Friday Watch out for a wedding in this neighborhood this week Henry Morton of Rosslyn Was a caller here Saturday night Hogkilling and corngathering are over in the Bend for this year We have a very handsome dude in North Bend and we are proud of him We are told that Miss Carrie Ewen will enter school at Bowen about January 1st Messrs Martin Barnes have opened a general store in the lower end of North bend which was badly needed 00 Ewen informs us that he will go to London Ky January 1st to engage in the portrait bus inessMrs Rebecca Reed and daugh ter Miss Lucy of Grant county are visiting relatives here The Red Rivir Roller Mills plant is running at full capacity and its owners are selling the entire output It is reported that a bank has been organized at Stanton and will be opened for business the first Monday on January ourcitizensvlfor THE TIMES but we think they should do so at once Mr and Mrsn 0 Mansfield of Rosslyn left last Wednesday for Auburndule Fla to spend the winter Misses Maggie and Nancy Ew en the accomplished daughters of J S Ewen of Stanton visited P H Ewen and family Sat urday night and Sunday D B Skidmore has purchased a large boundary of poplar tim ber from Wingate Anderson A J Friend cC Sons have thejon tract to cut it Rupert Dickerson is attending the Bowen Normal School He re ports the school progressing nice ly under the management of Mrs Sylvia Russell If prospects pan out there will be a number of weddings about North Bend this winter We hope so as there has not been one for about four years yet quite a number of young people live here An account of your corresppnd ent attending school at Bowen the North Bend news has not appeared for some time but we are through with school for this winter and will try to furnish you the news regular from now on Your correspondent received a letter last week from Roy Loctett who was agent on the LLC E railway atRosslyn for some time but who is now operator on the Southern railway at Priddys Va He says he prefers Kentucky to Virginia He will return to Rosslyn in a short time on a visit We heard one of our leading citizens say the other that time reason Roosevelt beat Parker was this Mr Hubert HunAr a resident of Rosslynwho claims I witr46 tti 0 to have ownbd the famous Dein scaatic rooster failed to shut the bird up in his coop tins night be the election and he about 12 oclock and was devour eo by a stray hog BLUE BOY Vaughns Mill Mrs Charles Clark who has been quite illfor several days is improving weare glad to say Mr John Highly had a valuable mule to die last week of some unknown disease Mr and Mrs Sam Wells will go to Kansas City Mo about the 15th of January to make that place their future hom- eORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Clay City Ky do ordain as followsSec That section 2 of ordi nance No1 series of 1902 where it reads The sum to be paid each year that such license may be grant ed shall bo as follows For license to keep a saloon the sum of 100000 per annum for license to merchants to sell such liquors who sell by the quart the sum of 81000 for license to druggists to sell liquors in quantities not less than a quart the sum of 81000 for licenseIto sell ale beer or porter in quan gallonsincluding 1000 be amended so as to readThe sum tobe paid each year that such licence may be granted shall be as follows For license to keep open saloon the sum of 87 0 per annum foe license to merchants to sell euah liquors who sell by the quart thl sum of 8750 for liquorsinquart the sum of 5760 for license to sell ale beerfer porter by the wholesale in quantities not less than five g fns includingall agents the sum f87 Ofand said section pf said se ies where it con repealedSec be in full force arid effect after its publication f I J H TERRY JJE BunonEn Mayor Clerk H F HilleiYmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fall 04 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees AsparagusSmall and every timing for Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive Catalogue onapplication TIIK Winchesjei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEuspopy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ lain firms and corporations 848 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yeu eat Powell County Court December term 6th day of Decem ber1904 J AVWebb etc on Petition vs- Powell County FINAL ORDEt This day came the petitioners herein and produced the petition herein which as appears of record on the order book of this court were filed on the 12th day of No vembor 1004 There being a peti tion for each and every voting duct in Powell county which petition asks the judge of this court at the next regular term of this court after said petitions were filedwith the judge as aforesaid to make an order on his order book directing the sheriff of Powell county to open a poll jn each and every voting pre cinct in Powell county oh the 14th day of January 1005 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters therein who are quali fied to vote in regular elections for county officers whether or not spir itous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Pow ell county Kentucky and it appearing to the court that eachof said petitioners are signed by more than twentyfive per cent of the legalvoters of each of the respect ive precincts that were east ut the lust regular election therein and that each Of said petitioners is a qualified legal voter in the precinct from which ho is petitioned and It further appearing to the court that more than sixty days would elapse between the 12th day of November 1904 the day on which said peti tions were filed and the 14th day of January 1005 the day fixed in said petition for holding said elec tion and it further appearing to the court that then was a pe tition for each of the seven precincts of Powell county which compose the entire county and that each petition asks for the vote to be held in every precinct in said county it is theretore ordered and adjudged by the court that the sheriff of Powell county be and he is hereby ordered and directed to open a poll in each and all the voting places in Ppwell county Kentucky on the 14th day of January 1905 polls to be opened at G oclock a m and continued open until 4 oclock p m on said day for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal vot ers in each of said voting precincts who are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirit OUR vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Powell county Kentucky A copyattest W FRAzIER Clerk By M R LYLE D 0 NOTICE Pursuant to the above order I will cause the polls to be opened at each and ull the voting places in Powell county Kentucky on January 14th 1905 polls to open at G oclock a m and continue open until 4 oclock p m of the same day for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each and all precincts of said Powell county upon the prop spirltousI c4untyWitness my hand as sheriff of Powellcounty Kentucky this De cember 1j l 04- TnoMAslloONES PC William Ostforne who killed two men in a fight in Johnson county 18 months ago has been arrested at Jackson Kodol Take Laxative Quinine Tablets Seven MOtoakoM put This Signature t iia5- I 1 r t I 1 un 1oW t ieidngtonEasternEy j 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