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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f- C R j i J I F J 7 lt 1 0 A Jrf 6e 1 i jt 1 7 1 11iI I if THE i 1 I CLAY r1 u fE It lI Jt f TTY TflTESii r I1 f 1 r i- o t irL f I f I 50 Cents a Ye1rln dn ej Wear bert toheJPtfay Cityibe sVrfonndiDg Country and Ourselves I L E Dumber 1iiblfsher ti 51IHere Is VoarsChanc- eOShimfcssel has a large quan t I tity of Ladies Skirts HatetDress Ginghams and other goods which he is disposing of AT COST for These goods are season able and wilt not last long at the price he is soiling them No lore Suffering If you are troubled with indiges tion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspep sia Cure and see flOw quickly it will cure you Geo A Thompson of Spencer bt says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years Mycase was almosthopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Care was recommended and I used a few bottles 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 get ting some releif but Kodol Dys pepsia Cure is the only remedy t that Tips done me any good and I heartily recommend it Every per I eon suffering with Indigestion or Dyspepsia should use it Sold by M Rose Sewing machine needles at W ficAl makes and sizes I G Virden l biHinfcs after several week confinement to his room with a severelysprainedankle is able to be out on his crutches again Mrs 00 Curtis is slowly im paving T B Ware was in Olay City Tuesday on busincs Lewis Mastin and Coy demons attended court at Mt Sterling MondayDied at J W Bakers last Thursday Rev D P Ware of pneumonia He was sick but a few daysHe leave a wife and two children besides a host of friends to mourn their loss The funeral was preached at El Bethel Saturday at 10 oclock and the remains were interred in the Winchester cemetery Three cases of smallpox ha been discovered at the penitenti ary in Frankfort and the patients have been removed to the pest house As a result the officials have given notice that they will riot receive new prisoners for a least thirty days TilE TIMES for the news f i- E x Y GNQMYA 4 fC A t iliMeatsfiBes goods ftgw sf Pres-e y This is the place you are looking forShimfessels 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 that I have received my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared that ever to comply with the demands of my custom ers My stock is large and fresh embracing everything found in the line of General Merchandise the Best Quality and Lowest Prices The Drsss Goods Departmenti- s complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City N In the Line of Fine FootwearT- his stock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate r A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See the before purchasing elsewhere My prices arestrictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 I CityV C Shimfessel n t Y R bIANc fi MFG CoaIWinchester Ky We S forasdoors CeilingBuilding Paper Blinds Weatuerboarding Felt 1 RoofijngStairways I Store Fronts j v Send us Your estimates i t t f Prompt Shipments CV f tX of COUNClU PRbCEEDlNQS titse the same beiiip an adjourned oflgrd1llarying of the meeting Mayor Terry had not arrived and fshe is in poor health itas thought that he probably would not be pres eat for the so Dr Williams was elefctM chairman pro tern All the councilmen wore present The report of the graded school was read and received and the salaries of the iichers were al lowed for the fourth scholmonth ending December 13 At this juncture Mayor Terry arrived and took the chair The street coinmittee was in structed to provide more light for the city t andsDaniel were qppointed a com mittee to receive and measure the timber btilit from A E Barnett Sod for the trestle ap proaching the new bridge emt powered to and award or reject bids for pjt in the fill approaching thdijtestle onto the An ordinance wnspassed regu lating the sale ahdi explosion of fireworks in theitity ns published elsewhere in thiaJ8UeMY J AN ORDII 1 NEEVi The City Council ot hc City of Clay City CJdo ordtitn as follows Sec 1 That Section 2 Art 2 of the ordinance regulating the shoot ing of fireworks in the city of Clay City Ky be so amended as to read The penalty for such offense shall be not less than 100 nor more than 1000 for each and every offense andnil ordinances conflicting herewith are hereby repealedSec That it shall be unlaw ful for any merchant or individual to sell such fireworks in the city of Clay City without first paying a license of 8500 for such privilege Sec 3 Any person or persons violating the provisions of Sec 2 of this ordinance shall he fined 81000 for each and every offense Sell 4 This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its first publication as required law JH TERRY J E BURGHER Mayor Clerk Commissioners Sale POWELL OIUOUIT COURT duo D Adkinson Plaintiff Notice of versus Sale in Evert Forknor Defendant J EqultyI Jly virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the November term 1004 thereof in the above cause the under Janunryl005atbeingCourt proceed to public auction to the highest bldderona creditof sixI months at the court door Stan ton Ky the property nieiltioncd in the judgment towIt Real estate in Clay City Kentucky lots Nos 1 a 3 and 4 in block 7 as shown on I plat or mnpoC Olaydltyltow on rcconlI In Powell county clerks office to satisfy judgment interest and cost or su thereof to produco fUII81so ordered to be made The purchaser will bo required to give bond wftli approved security for monlJyto plevin bond liiitdn8t from day sale according to law complywithpurchasohoneyBond to conim issiohorR- OMUI us JXoKsox MtgterJBouiuUB loner 10 0 r + j SPOUT SPRING J W McKinney of Winches ter was here this week W J Christopher Jr visited relatives at Ford this week Moses McKinney came home this week to spend the holidays Shelfc McKinney visited relatives in Clark county this week D McKinney of Right Angle was here on business this week- Pastor 1 v J 0 Crawford filled his appointment at the Method ist church Sunday Dave Snowden who has been in Fayette county for some time has returned home Asa Todd and Joe McKinney attended the Masonic lodge meet ingat Clay City Saturday night T S McKinney who has been confined the house with rheumatism does not improve very fast Wm Barnett who has been sojouring in the State of Illinois for some time has returned home Additional Local Mr Edward Rose was in Mt Sterling Wednesday- Mr JF Cox will leave Friday to viBitfirliaiivesfatrv0weniQn for- t9flJw nyit p + Miss Floretta South willspend the holidays with relatives at Jetts Franklin county Mr A T Whitt wilt leave Saturday for a visit to relatives and friends at Morehead The river has been frozen over for several daysau unusual occurrence for this time in the year Marion Frazier who is employed by the LovelandGarrett Company hnd a narrow escape from being killed lust week He was feeding the stave bucker when the machine hurled a piece of timber out with such terrific force that it bent a largo iron bar which was arranged around the machine and this shieldalone saved Mr Fraziers life We acknowledge receipt of a handsome calendar from the Re liance Manufacturing Company It is one of the most handsome calendars we have seen this sea son This firm is one of the leading business concerns of Winchester and we are doubly glad to note their prosperity They are exPowellites nndex ceedingly courteous and deserv ing gentlemen Irvine is advertising the sale of Franchise for natural and arti ficial gas The motive of the sale is to accommodate the gas company which has a number of fine wells on White Oak creek When once piped into the town it can be used for both lighting and heating purposes at a much less expense than any other material we hope to see the project n success j Y Harvest Days e Remind us that only those who Jsow can hope to reap Sow habits of economy and willobe t Jityin old age o Open a Savings Account now Save while you can and you will never know want Re rt member we pay 3 per cent injS terest on savings accounts Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky aoo ooi The Rev Irl R Hicks 1905 Almanac s The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac for 1005 is now readybeing the finest edition ever issued iHife splendid and costly book of jjjL pltgtisWa complete btndyin as tronomy and storm weather for HOi It is too well known to need comment See it and you willso decide The price post paid to any address is 80 cents per copy The Rev Irl R Hicks scientific religious and family Journal Wonn AND WORKS now abreast of the best magazines is 75 cents a year Both WORD AND WORKS and the Almanac 100 a year No better investment pos sible for any person or family Try and see Send to Word and Works Publishing 002201 Locust St St Louis Mo- iRoFE5510NAL CARDS N01 q11111111M11 qdM N 1111n 1arb 1 Dr Bertram Smith Resident DentistC- LAY CITY KENTUCKY Office at the Akers Hotel where an experlenc ed Practitioner may be found day and night prepared to execute all kinds of high grade work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY 1 CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHY8IOIAN AND 8UROEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OHY OITV KY BR SMITHM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY r ChristmasBaking 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 wheat 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 Powell County Court December term 5th day of Decem ber 1004 J A Webb etc on Pention- Powell vs County FINAL ORDER This day came the petitioners herein nnd produced the petition herein which as appears of record on the older book oL this court were filed on the 12th day of No ember 1904 There being a peti tion for each and every voting pre tins uvcllcountJJ which peti tion asks the judge of this court at the next regular term of this court after said petitions were tiled with the judge as aforesaid to make an order on his order book directing the sheriff of Powell county to open a poll in euch und every voting pre cinct in Powell county on 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 oilicern whether or not spir itous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Pow ell county Kentucky and it up pearing to the court that eachof said petitioners are signed by more than tvvntyftvo per rent of the legal voters of each of the respect ive precincts that were cast at the lust regular election therein and that such of said petitioners is a qualified legal voter in the precinct from which he is petitioned and it further appearing let the court that more than sixty days would elapse between the 12th day of November 1004 the day on which said pet 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 wax filed a pt tition for each of the seven precincts of Powell county which compose the entire county und that each petition asks for the vote to be held in every precinct in said county it if tlieretore ordered atjd adjudged by the court that the BheriU of Powell county be md he is hereby ordered and directetj to open a poll inoeach und all the voting place in Powell county Kentuckyon the 14th duylit January 1905 polls to be opened at 0 oclock inI and continued open until 4 oclock p m on said duy fur the purpose of taking the sense of the legu vot ers in each of said voting predicts who are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirit OUH vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Powell county Kentucky A copyattest W FRAZiER Clerk IJyMR LvrE D 0 11- I THE TIMES rUIIUSHEU KVKUY THUltSUAY s J E BiROHEu Editor and Owne L U JACKSOV localEdltor Snbscription Rates SO Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass moll mutter Thurpdny Dec 22 1904 CLUB HATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal A1OC II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 14 Louisville Commercial 7f I Home and Farm 7i NOTICE Pursuant to the above order I will cause the polls to be opened ntIIch and all the voting places in Powell county Kentucky on January 14th 1005 polls to opn at 0 oclock n m and continue open until 4 oclocl p ui of the came day for the pur pose of inking the sense of the legal voters in each and all precincts al said Powell county upon the prop osition whether or not spiriton vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Powell county Keitucky Witness my hnnd nB sheriff of Powellcounty Kentucky this De cember 15 1004 THOMAS BOONE S P C MASTER i Commissioners Sale Breathltt Circuit Court John Packard Plaintiff- vs Charles E Wy atte do defendant Notice of Sale By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Bruatliitt Court made und entered in the above styled cause at its regular October term 1004 for the sumot jM1225 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the second day of January 19i 6 until paid and t4 5costs therein expended i shall proceed to otter for sale at the iront door of the Court House in Stanton Powell coun ty Kentucky on Monday the second nay of January 1U05 it being the tirst day of tho regular January term of the Powell County Court between the hours of 11 oclock u m and 2 Vclouk p in the following described property lying in Powell county Ky on Sphors creek to wit All tile limber trees excepting hick ury und lJccch stundmg and lying on the Leander Palmer farm on Spoors creek in Powell county Kentucky mid property will be at suction to the hlgeest and best bidder m u credit of six months and the pur jhuoer will bo required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing interest from date and having the force and effect of u re plevin bond A lien will be reserved unsuld bond for the full payment of the purchase and interest must bu prepared to comply promptly with tltesoternls- Aulouutt of debt principal and interest to day of sale 112275 Amount of cost of suit and commissioners cost 005 Amount of advertising in 000 J W OAUDWKLL M 0 B C C Dec 10 1001 NOTICE TO DEBTORS All persons knowingthomselves indebted to the estate of the late W G Everman are hereby uotili ed to call und settle same with the undersigned executors ut once This December 0 1004 G W EVERMAN JAMES HENSLEY WANTED SPECIAL KEpnEBESTATiVEin this county and adjoining territories to represent ind advertise an old established busi ness Salary 31 weekly with expenses idvnnced Monday morning heck direct from headquarters Horse md furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blow iros k Co Dept A Mono Bid 3hicpgo 111 TO CURECOLD IN ONE DAY rake LAXATIVE DROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E WrGrovessignature is on each- box 25c cJ t- j r e Do Ybli Want kn Education SOME FATS ABOUT THE CLAY CITY GRADED SCHOOL Clay City is located on the L E nilroad between Lexington ante Jackson Ivy The Graded School is the pride of the city and is in n prosperous condition leaving 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 compare favorably with that of any graded school in the State We strive to obtain thoroughness how ever rather than asmattering knowledge of many things i to be deep rather than broad We shall under take no patent process by which it JH supposed that untutored boys and girls may be put into a cramming machine and speedily turnedout welleducated men und 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 them We will teach your little children and give them the benefit of careful training in the elementary branches under an ex perienced teacher thus laying the foundation of a good education we will take pupils in the prepara tory department laud give them thorough instruction in the ordina ry branches of all Englisheduca tion and we will take more ad vanced students and train them in the higher studies of the regular college course including Higher Mathematics Sclenbes French and English Literaturejund will fur nish them wit uperior facilities for instru cgJLnd Instru mental Music Tf For further information address I C W CAMPBELL Prin CLAY CITY KY SHOE SHOP REMOVED I have removed my shoe shop to Gaylord blacksmith shop where I will be pleased to see my old customers and new ones too S WESLEY GARRETT For PainTaKe a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like- Magic Not by paralyzing1 the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern discoveries la medicine making it possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They wlU also their calming act Ion on the nerves almost instantly relieve such distressing feelings as Diz zlness CarSickness Indigestion Irrl tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering In their use you do away with the cause- Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk I am thankful for the good Dr Miles AntiPain PIUs have and are havehadache caused catarrh until six years ago I began taking AntiFain pms the remedy that ever gave me repel Since then I have not had one hard attack e I take a Pill and It overcomes the dltftcultyaEOSAUNDERS Grel1n bur Ind I PREEWrite to us for Free Trial cot DrftIlAntl ytorSpecialist will your casehteUouwbat Iswron and how CoLASOi3ATOIuEs I- cI I A Thristmas Gift- q That is useful ife doubly appreciated A timely cud useful gift can be found for every member of the family in our elegant line of Fashionable Footwear Neckwear Cloaks Handkerchiefs Skirts Ribbons and Laces Furs Mackintosh Coats Fine Dress Goods Jewelry Underwear Fascinators Hosiery Combs Hairpins Belts Toilet Sots Fine China Fine Mirrors Suit Oases Art Materials And a great many other useful articles that will make appropriate gifts for Christmas and at prices that will suit every purse Dont miss tills store while on your purchasing tour e MRS JI W WILLIAMS Clay City Ky t 0i l Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons holding claims or debts of whatever nature against the estate of the late W G Ever man are hereby notified to pre sent same properly proven before the undersigned executors on or before the first day of March 1905 This December 9 1001 G W EVBUBIAK lI JAMES HEKSLBY 5 Executors r I Selling at Cost For the next 30 days I will offer my entire stock of Dry Goods Shoes Notions i eto at cost This is a rare chance for you to so ure bargains at your own prices R ftCURTI4spout springYKyc F i Bdoata FORA SltlltlOt iikKeepGgBusinessiH I TJpt Wfltllg IIITIItrQQ eddri WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of his famous tad reipocultlt- iQHMERGIAL JCOLLEGE OF KV UNIVERSITY Awarded Hedml at WoMaExyatiUom Refers to thonitcdi of aninttadent orFall BulncM Coarse Inclndlnglai Hon ISooki and Board In family about 90 6tortEaadType Wrilillg andTelegraph1BpeeiaJ1i j apTh Kentucky Dnlnnltr Diploma nndnnal warded Lit No raatloss Intarrow OraduaUtjucotaWoU lit order lo JUM pear kttnt not W WILBUR R SMITH t xlnstton Ky Black Creek Lime Works RS NOEL Proprietor t CLAY CITY KY 1 Unelaokcnd Lime in ti tty Will soil to dealer or consumer tat Lowest Prices Will deliver at 5lClay City or sell at the kilns 020 Liine fientpppr1tlrrAlnttte 1 1 kilns or 76 cents deliveredat Gay City Iii r J i i 1 1 0 a Y tHE TIMES tAN ALL HOMEMADE pAPER THURSDAY DEO 22 1004 rr = LOCAL BREVITIES TILE TIMES would make a nice Christmas present for your friend T B Ware and 0 0 Curtis of Virden were in the city Tuesday on business Desha Breckmridge has bough the Morning Democrat and wi consolidate that paper with the Lexington Herald James FMcKinney and H Christopher two leading citizens of Spoutspring were here Tuesday transacting business James Fay of Frenchburg was the guest of his uncle Eld J A Webb Sunday of last week There are two commissioner sales advertised in this issue Read them and go to Stanton the 1st Monday and buy you a farm A P Steele has gone to Mor ristown Tenn on a quail hunting expedition and to bo the guest of Mr Swann of the SwannI Day Lumber Company John Ware who has been on sojourn in Illinois and Kansas for some time came homo lastI week to attend the bedside of his father Rev D P Ware Mr Killes Ware of Marshfield Ind was summoned home to attend the funeral and burial of his brother Rev D P WareC who died at Virden- LieutenantsK Bassett tiled Mar tin of the Salvation Army ar rived in the city Tuesday and are holding open air services and are also conducting in the Presbyterian church Charlie McIntosh of the 87t Company Coast Artillery Ft Totten Long Island New York arrived here Tuesday on his way to visit his home folks in Estill county lIe will return Jan 9thJ Maj J B Blackburn of Stanton was in the city Friday He will join his wife at Jackson ville Fla starting this week They will visit their daughter Mrs Thomas We have had some prett rough weather the past wee I but we certainly cannot complain for more pretty weather wafs never experienced in the fnllt season in this section Our merchants counters and 1show windows are bedecked with Claws articles in profusion The little fellows are eyeingthem closely with wishful and hopefulkthat hearts If you want something nice for F sweetheart friend or relative for a Christmas present dont go further than Webbs jewelry store A number of appropriate articles to select from and sold at living prices flothers Be Careful ofthehoalthof your children Lookout for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Couch Stop them MinuteCoughCurEIand t PIITiiiK TIMES and CourierJournal I f I Both endyQarfor100wt 9 I Sewing machine needles atl W T W bbs All makes and sizes Our friend James S Stephens has announced for Sheriff of Es till county We have but or fault to Mr Stephens and that his politics but as no Democrat can win under ordinary oirca stances we hope to see Jim g the nomination Parents should be very careful about small children where open fires are kept There is hardly 1an issue of the papers that do not give an account of the horrible burning of some small child orlE It Hinds has been t BendFto vacancy the death of W G Et ernian Di Hinds was assistant postm ister during Mr Evermans term of ofilce is fully acquainted wit the duties of the office and vi make n good officer Unlike many other country newspapers TITS TIMES will ap pear next weekas usual printing full fir two papers in as many weeks Last year we printed fiftythree papers It happened by the year 1503 ingin on Thursday and endin on the same day of the week lTho public has been warned by the proper authorities that theI ordinance prohibiting the shootI ing of firecrackers and Roman candles on the streets of Clay will be rigidly enforced Consequently the town is rather quiet Christmas got into a number of the boys heels and they aver celebrating in grand style n even this early dute which called for the enforcejQNjnfc of thaordi fiance which is Very commendable to the authorities The courts in several instances have ruled that the business of the Adams Express Company is taxationhcase we the authorities of Clay Citshould take actioaat once to collect tlti delinquent tux which possibl amount to 1000 or more money would come in good play at this juncture as the money is badly needed to oarry on the improvements utapped out by our enterprising and en JoergoticOur motto is to trade onlywith aily1 hayko n people go away from home deal and pay double for n they could get at home Ideals n like this there is hut one Hows This at on We offer One Hundred DollaVs Reward for any case of Catarrh cannot be cured by Halls Cat- nrrbCure J CHENNEY d CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known CT CHENEY for the Inst 16 yeurs and believe him perferfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firtn WAMHNQ KINNAK MAUVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free 7q cents per bpttlo Sold by rTakesttpudon v AYij i satisfaction to the purchaser and grand feeling they have in trading in a bigger town and tins ifc just the size ofsome people IiiDEATIIfi leadingm theetMr J W Baker Thursday of pneu monia after a very brief illness Burial in the Winchester cemetery Saturday funeralservices being conducted by Presiding Elder E G B Mann at ElBeth el Clarkcounty Rev Ware was reared in the county and was highly esteemed by all acquaintances Ho leaves n wife and two children Samuel Billings the Furnace iiirat his home He leaves a wife and children He was in Clay City 1the day before apparently in best of health Mr Billings was n perfect gentleman with numerous friends in all parts of the county Beware of Counterfeits DeWitts is the only genuine Witqh Hazel Salvo writes J L havetandgit to be the bust Salve on the mar ketoEvery family should keep it it is an invnunblo household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush X Y says I Ladu fever sore on my ankle for twelve yeras that the doctors could not cure All salves worthtyears Final I was persuaded to try DeWitt HAgp Hazel Salve which him co teey cured me It is wonderful relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scar Sold by M Rose A Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleasantand positive Risersk sodsayYSold by M Rose CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church Salem first Satur morning and Sunday following Elder J T Turpin supply Powells Val y second Saturday Sunday El Turpin pastor Bowen fourth Bat TurpintChristian Church Services at Clay City fourth Sunday Elder L J Key olds pastor Hardwicks creek third Sunday Methodist Church Hov J 0 Craw atrond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in tho precedingThirdand evening fourth Sunday preaching Jacksons Chapel tho morning and Saturday Sunday school at all the lihurclics atClayitybothillorningpastor M BAILE- Ysand Custom MILLER CLAY OITY KY Custom worksix asia beveck GrouniBolted Alei always on land Grinds or onesix Il tole I a INSURE WITH 1L1e LYON SON The Loading InKiirniico AgcntM of Kontuolc Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything out insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts I= Ao E1 BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled trot bottom to top with 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 l uaper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service 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 KENTUCKYJ Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You willall ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection j Dont fail to give him a call t The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Arc Mu lo When You UHO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY JA CAIN VERSAILLES KY jf Sqld by our Leading Merchant 0 00 CJIIIW1tL I r Pine Ridge 4 n M Guy of Indian Fields was here Monday on business Several from here attended Dock Coopers sale Luther Niblack bought of Luther Martin a horse for 05 Niblack Bros sold Aldridge Walden nine 800pound heifers at 810 per hundred The sale of Dock Cooper well attended Among the sales are the following Two 80 anti 110 cows 80 to 88 steers 84 calves 12 to 15 fod der 15 cents corn 2 hay 7 and 8 stack geese 115 to 100 per pair Farming implements sold well Jeffersonville Messrs James and Calvin Wil loughby and families have moved to Indiana x Miss Mildred Smith who has been on a visit to relatives and friends in Illinois since August has returned home Mr Thomas Centers of Powell county was the guest of Mr G B Martin on Sunday night He was on his way to Mt Sterling courtMr James Culberton had a sale on Tuesday of this week He contemplates starting to Oregon next Monday to make that place his future home Rev John Ware of near Wares Chapel was summoned to tho bedside of his brother Rev Dillard Ware of Powell county last week and arrived just before diedMr Daniel of near Canmrgo Montgomery county was badly hurt one day this veek while felling a tree The tree he was working on fell against an other one and threw a dead limb back which struck Mr Daniel on the head crushing the skull The doctor took out thirteen pieces of bone He is probably fatally hurt Tin TIMES and CourierJournal Roth one year for 100 iRhtaW1ICINE f fOIt WOMEN If are nervous and tired out- cont111ually could havo no approachofDo not wait until you suffer un bearable pain before seek treatment need wino of Cardui now just as much as if the trouble were more developed arid the tor turing pains men painsleucorrhoea ache were to the unfailing relief tiatWine of Cardui brought hundreds of thousands of youWine out all trace of weakness and banish nervous spells headache and back symptomsfrom rtoflourdenIerAdvitoryDeptCo Chattanooga Tcnn will DO sent y- ouWEWEP tARDYIII Vaughns Mill Wm Snowdon Jr has moved to Clay City- Walter Mitchell who has been in Tennessee for some months has returned home Clarence Gravett has returned from Iowa where he had been for some time Mrsrandy Burrus left Mon day for Illinois to join her hus sbandwho has been there for some time sBee Snowden has been suffer ing with a swollen hand for sev oral days caused by chopping wood with a bad ax handle Miss Maude Coulee left last week for Oaddo Mills Tex where she goes to make her future home with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Judy Last Sunday was regular preaching day at the Christian church but as no preacher came there were no services Wm Larison will go to Kan sas City Mo some time next month to make that place his future home Mr and Mrs George Ware have moved from Bowen to this neighborhood where they formerly resided Mr Ware has been teaching schoolnear Bowen The school nt this place taught by Mr T H Coulee will close Saturday This has been ono of the most successful schools taught in this district for some time and the patrons seem to be well pleased The average attendance during the term was about thirty five Captain Dosha Strange and Miss Frankie Curtis were mar ried last week Rev Martin Larison officiating The bride is about fourteen years old and the groom is sixtyodd The Captain certainly does not seem to think marriage a failure as this is his fifth matrimonial venture Kimbrell The public school at this place has closed tDillard McKinney of Clark county was in Estill county this week on a business mission William Olem and family of Fayette county came up on a visit to their relatives at this place last Saturday Circuit court convened at Irvine Monday of last week S lL Muncie charged with the murder of Jo Richardson colored was found not guilty The trial of Dod Walters charged with the murder of Henry Miles was called last Monday and the com monwealth announced not ready The grand jury returned thirty three indictments John R Stevens was time only grandjury man from Forks precinct TIlE TJMES would make a nice Christmas present for your friendI A close political friendof Judge D B Ilodwine of Jackson who was chairman of the Demo cratic convention which nominated William Goebel for gov ernor says that Judge Redwine will hea candidate for United States Senator to succeed Hon J C S Blackburn i If you want the home news subscribe for the TIMES Only 50c u North Bend rJnmes Welch ofj Stanton was hero Thursday on business Thos Welch sold a bunch of fat hogs to parties at Stunton Weeden Ewen of Missouri is visiting relatives here this week Grover Anderson has accepted a position with A J Friend Sons Thos and Pink Welch and P II Ewen transacted business at Stanton Thursday Messrs A R Benningfield and Henry Morton of Rosslyn were here Thursday Messrs Barnes Martin were in Louisville last week purchas ing goods Mr Robert Thomas has moved with his family from Hatcher Greek tb Cane Creek 0 0 Fletcher the well khown timber man was a business visit or hero one last week JanTes B Kinkley the well known timbir man has accepted a position with A J Friend Son Wo are informed that Miss Nancy Maple will teach a sub scription school at this place this winter David Landsaw and family have moved from the upper part of the county to the farm of Wingate Anderson R 0 Mansfield Son the Rosslyn millers have purchased a SmithPremier typewriter to use in their office Messrs Ben Willoughby and George Po nter eft Cole Creek visited V 0 Margin und family from Friday till unday Rev Jf k 0 well known mountain evangelist went to Morris Creek ono day last week to bo the officiating minister at the marriage of Mr Joel Neal and Miss Minnie Benningfleld Mr A J Friend informs us that he received a letter from his cousin we can not recall his name who is in tho Philippines stating that ho had married n Filipino lady whose wealth is estimated at 1000000 Mr Joab Morton of Rosslyn and Miss Minnie Bratton of this place were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Wednes day at 280 oclock at the home of Wm Coulee in the presence of a number of relatives and friends Judge G 11 Derickson performed the ceremony Mr Henry Morton acted as brideman and Miss Ella Ewen ono of our most handsome young ladies acted as bridemaid The groom is a highly respected young gentleman n son of Mr R M Mor ton one of Powell countys lead iug farmers while the bride is a highly respected young lady Their many friends join together in wishing them happiness BLUE Boy Subscribe for the TIMES ORDINANCEI The City Council of the City of Clay City Ky do ordain as follows Sec I That section 2 of ordinance No1 series of 1902 where it reads The sum to be paid each year that such license may be grant edshullbe as follows For license to keep a saloon tho sum of 8100000 per annum for license to merchants to sell such liquors who sell by tho quart the sum of 1000 i for license to drug gists to sell liquors in quantities not less than u quart the sum of 81000 i for license to sell ale beer or porter by the wholesale in quan gallonsincluding 1000 be amended so as to readThe sum to be paid eachyear that such license may be granted shall be as follows For licence to keep open saloon the sum of S7PO per for license to mer chantri to sell such liquors who sell by the quart the sum of 8750 for liquorsinquart the sum of 8750 for licenseI to sell ale beer or porter wholesale in quantities not less thou five gallons including nil 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