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F S I t t I l TIlE CLAY ICITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves S 1 E Burgher Publisher t t t YOLo 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY h 1905 NO J5 School Book Firm Loses Big Damage Case Prof WO Turner county su perintendent secured a big hit when the jury returned a verdict of 10000 against the Rand Mc Nally Co publishers of Chica go for alleged breach of contract for failing to furnish in Barren county school books as good in binding printing eetas the sam ples filed in the office of tho State Superintendent of Public Instruction at Frankfort A motion was mode by the defendant for a new trial which was overruled and the caso will go to the Court of Appeals More Business for Clay Cityw Comp ma I chinery front Ilidgewood to this city and will connect it with their planing mill The machin eryiwtprises a quantity of stave machinery as well nssaw mill material The new industry will hive employment to many store nien when it starts up in the spring Sewing machhttt needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes Does it pay to Keep Hens Mr R W Garrett one of Pow ells leading and observing citi zens has kept correct account of the amount of eggs obtained from one hundred hens and has found that in the past twelve lienhaves and realized for them front 10 to 80 cents per dozen The pay in handling hens is obvious Mrs Garrett wife of the Mr Gaarett says the stock of fowls is not al that is necessary but that it depends largely on the condition they are kept and the attention the fowls receive a Have You Lost Your Certificate Have your lost your certificate of registration If so you cannot vote in the coming local option election We wager that many have lost this piece of property thinking at the November election they could have no further use for it and carelessly misplac ing it Exciting But Little Interest The local option election which comes oil the 14th of this month seems to bo exciting but little at ECONOMYc I y Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking for Shimfessele 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 than ever to comply with the demands ofmy customers My stuck is large nnd fresh embracing everything found inithejinu of General Merchandise thu Best Quality and Lowest Prices I The Drsss Goods DepartmentI- s complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear Tins stouk cannot be excelled Fresh Clean arid UptoDuto I A Nice Line of Ladies Hatso- f the Very Latest Parisian Styles just recei cdSee the before purchasing elsewhere My prices arc strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 88 Clay City- Kentucky C Shimfessel RELIANCE MFG G9 Winchester Ky forSashdoors CeilingBuilding PaperI FeltRoofingVnranilas v 5titirvaysShin les and Etc and Etc f i Store l y Send us Your estimates Vi v r J r9riptShiptn tsft v r I Itl r f tontion Well wo know and well that locaioptionjdoesnt stop the drinking by a great deal We are very friendly toward tho movement anti think it should carry for it will then not be so convenient hieing or pleasant for young boys to get served at the dram shops and by this a lone we can well afford to vote it down Remember tho day Saturday Jan 14th and go and vote against it 1Campaigning in the South Senator Tillman says that the liveliest campaign he ever know was that for the governorship of North Caroline when tho late Senator Vanso was pitted a gainst Judge Settle The candidates stumped the state in joint debate All the white democrats turned out to hear Vance affil all colored re publicnas Were on hand to listen to Settle It appears that on one occa sion Vance watt advised tint cer tain yong wom u of the state de sired to testify their devotion to the democratic party by kissing its candidate for the governorship Not unwillingly Yuuee descend ed from tho platfom and kissed a dozen or so of the young beau ties then pausing in his occu pation ho turn d to his competitor and exclaihled t- ItleIISp TSrttHsHing my girls now you kiss yours I In our Tenth year With this issue the Tr its en ters its tenth year having scored nine years of existence During these years we have had our adversities and our prosperous sea sons but mostly adversity still we have hung no to the old ship until now when the path seems much brighter than ever before This success is due to time patron age of the public winch has nev er been so generous but by close economy and strict attention to business wo are in the field to stay and we hope our people will appreciate our efforts to such an extent as to enable us to improvef the paper as well as our Elder S F Thompson will preach a series of New Year dis courses at Powells Valley Satur dayand Sunday Everybody in vited AN ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of ClayI City Ky do ordain as follows Sec 1 That Section 2 Art 2 of the ordinance regulating the shoot ing of fireworks in the city flCI Clay City Ky be BO amended usI to read The penalty for such offense shall be not less than 10 nor more than 1000 for each every offense andall ordinances conflicting herewith are hereby repealedSec That it shall be unlaw ful for any merchant or Individual- to sell such fireworks in the cityI payinaSec 3 Any person or persons violating the provisions of Sec 2 of this ordinance 11 be fined 1000 for each and every offense Seo4 This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from und requiredbyJ H TERRY JeEl BURGHER rMayor Clerk te It is a fact that many good items are lost to newspapers every day by I tho modesty of people who fail to tell the editor matters concerning themselves The right thing to do is to stop a newspaper man on the street or any other place you hap pen to meet him and tell him you were away on a visit that you h ave relatives visiting ou that you were or had been doing good It okeepwill tell that Will nove To Missouri Saul Wells will have a sale Saturday the 7th of January offering nIlof his personalty lie will move with his family to Kansas City Mo where ho will try the now country Sir Wells is a tioodcitizen and Ilardwicks creek will miss him See posters for particulars of his sale Question of Availability William L Alden enjoys telling stories of tho troublous experience of a freind who was tuning a week ly paper ill the West One day there entered the oilice of Mr Al dens friend a man of the type common to every town the untidy iduul who hat suggestions to otTer to the end that the periodical may be made a sUecess My friend replied the editor I must thank you for those bits they have served to good purpose The ristI um holding them Now and then I get to thinking that I am not providing the public with as good a paper as I ought to 1 At such times I look up your arti vies which enables mo to perceive how munch worse the idieet might be Then I become real cheerful again Please dont take them front rueho added appealingly A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro truding Piles Druggists refun money if PA0 OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how long standing in G to 11 days First application gives ease and rest boa If your druggist hasnt it end Sou in stumps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Med icino Co St Louis Mo paper 100A a year is something tho public has long disired The Chicago daily Re vieta delightful family daily giving all important news market reports and many interesting de partments for men women and children is sent to subscribers for gl a year 75 cents for 0 months 50 cents for 3 months Subscribe today address The Chicago Review Co 890 Coca Coal Building Chicago Illinois 0A Missouri paper wound upa compliment to a yong school maam with a good word about tho reputation for teaching she bears The next day the young schoolmaam met the editor and chased him down the street with an umbrella screaming at every jump that she never taught a she bear in her life The Boned of Supervisors are in session at Stanton this week Mr Geo W Lyle and Dr Little page are members of the board THE TIMES for the news Dayso jJreapo nod J killoesj Open a Savings Account now Save while you cnn and HeoJ0 member we pay 3 per cent in terest on savings RecountsO 0 e Clay City Flational Baivk Kyvoooooooooooo The Rev Irl R Hicks 1905 Almanac Time Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac for 1005 is now ready being tho finest edition ever issued Phisxplvndhluul vastly bank of 200 pages is a complete study in as tronomyandstorm weather for DOii It is too well known to need comment See it and you willso decide The price postpaid to any address is JO cents per copy Tho Rev Irl R Hicks familyJournal abreast of the best magazines is 75 cents a year Both 1Vottn AND adpos familjfryWorks PublislungCo2201Locust St St Louis Mo- rnomressIoNAL CAUIIS NINNIhLM W NINNIINNNIMI IIPINNhNN1NINI Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY eexperiencd prepared to execute all kinds of high tirade wo known to modem Dentl jtry Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY r R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 6UROEON OLAY CITY KY I B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLY OITV KY BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KYI k I Christmas Baking Calls for the best j flour = I i MansfieldsBest and Mountain Lily Are the best flours on the market They make th o nicest whitest cakes and pastries because they are milled from tho best wheat in the right way Try Best Patent for your Christmas disalVr point you FOR SALE BY MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Sunday is regular preaching day at the Baptist church AV J Christopher was in IIIvine Monday on business Benny McKinney made a trip to his Clark county Arll1 the firs of the week W J Christopher Jr returned Saturday from nn extended visit to relatives at Ford Clarlm county Ri II Curtis his moved this week to his farm on the riverI and has also inoyod his store Mr Curtis is a good merchantS and a citizen whom we regret to lose from our town x l Mr Marion MoKinncy rind Miss Nannie Christopher both well known young people of tins place were married at the residence of the ofliciating minister Elder B Frank Wright Thursday even ing They loft Saturday morning for Lexington whore Mr Mc Kinney is employed in the Lt Ecar shop Our best wishes g with the happy young pair Will Erect a Ten story The Lotiisvillo Nashville roilroad has decided to erect a tenstory steel building at Lou isville for the general offices of the road and the engineers S pnrtmei1t has been in structed to draw up plans so that work may begin in the sprig andthe new office be ready fo tThostructurcfeet and will stand Vn the south west corner where the front o the freight depot is now located The front of the depot will bo removed and the skyscraper built out to the street The most modern steel construction will T bo used and a rough estimate of the cost is between 800000 and 400000 NOTICE TO DEBTORS jjindebtedG Everman are hereby notili ENed t to call and settle same 1box tho undersigned executors at once This December 9 1901 G W EVERJUK JAMES HEKSLKY I TIMESsn PLIILISIIKI EVEn TIlCltSUAY J C liiirghcr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year inaja vance bthcnvisc 75 Cents Entered as Fccoiidclnssjiiail matter Thursday tan 5 1005 CLUB RATESiFor the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged cluh rate pricebelowTho TIMES and CourierJournal 100itII Cincinnati Enquirer 1JO Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm7b At the recent election Parker polled 400000 Sewer Votes tha Cleveland in 1888 150000 fen e than Oleclni1l1 in 18021500000 for than Bryanin 1800 1230 + 000 fewer than Bryan in 1100 The gold bugs ought to reorgan izo the Democratic party some more Teddy is planning a trip south for next suinmer and numerous papers in the Southland areno tifying him through their colums that he is not wanted This may be true with some of the citizen but there are great numbers who will be glad to see himthose of his own class If we were plan ing a trip to these appreciative hosts however we would rather make it in the winter time tTIIO Republicans are gloating very much over their majority this full and not only of the ado ministration but of the large majority of both houses of Con gigs In the nrosmih house thn Republicans have 2jD of the ilS members while there are only 1H7 Democrats This is not really stidiscolnAgingtotheDeutocratsior s the Democrats had nIl the mom hersbut 55 which was then a Wroth larger majority for the Democrats than theRepublicans now have The Rcpublaiclis of Estill county will hold a primary Fobruary25th to nominate can didates for county offices Unlike r blessed old Powell a Republican to0 something consoijiuijtlj there is bllhlgJorliOlnin grand old free state The en trance fees ao been fixed as follows Courtly Judge 25 Countydor 25 Jailer J4Q Superintend ent of Schools 25 Vro f tobacco for 12 cents straight The crop was raised mi7 acres and growf r average an acre not Nearly 1000000 barrels of of wero produced in the Kentucky ennessee held during the your IDOl nearly twice the output o the previous year Extensive op erations are under way wd thescopo- Of tho development has widened TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYp Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NE Tablets All druggists re tho money if it fails to cure2 W Groves signature is on each 25c To all persons paying in advane may get the Southern Agricultu ralist onO year free I Do You Want n- Edttcation SOME FACTS ABOUT THE CLAY CITY GRADED SCHOOL Clay City is located on the L E rulroad between Lexington and Jaukson Ky Time Graded School s the pride of the city and is in n prosperous condition having an hundredsan Strict discipline is enforced but is tempered with mildness mind kindness Qur course of study will compare favorably with that of any graded school in time State We strive to obtain thoroughness how ever rather than know deeprtake no patent process by which it is supposed that untutored boys and girls may be put into a cramming machine and speedily turned out well educated men mind women Education is the product of time olrIyouss give plenty of timein which yourIbenefit of cartful training in the elementary branches udder an ex perienced teacher thus lying the foundation oft u good education wo will take pupils In the prepara tory department and give them thorough instruction in the ordina ry branches of an English educa tion and we will take more ad wanted students and train them in the higher studies of the regular college course including Higher Mathematics Sciences French und English Lit4erlnl i u nd wjl fur 0niNh them with superior facilities for instruction in Vocal und Instru mental Manic For further information address C W C CAMPBELL Prin CLAY CITY KY SHOE SHOP REMOVED I have removed my shoe shop to Gaylords blacksmith shop vhoroI will ho pleased to see my anWESLEY GABUKTT Blarae e No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sicfc All wo can do is give advice Ot courso thats easy Lint our ndvlca Is really worth a lKtlo atom to you than most peoples for wo otTer to give you tho first bottle of our tncdlclno free If It foils to help you Wo could not afford tp do this unless our mcdlclno was good Such an otter on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prlnco In the poor house Dr Mlles Nervlno however as years of experience havo proved Is a medl cine that cures the sick enefttlcssthlinrefund their money All wo ask of you Is to try Dr Miles complaintIexhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twltchlncs melancholy loss of memory weak 11chpoor blood troubles epilepsy St Vitus fDonee etc wo will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You ago the doctor non Bert when in Kls 17th year became tolobohad stalled toreliovo him wo gays Dr Nervlne tl trial Ten nndUverWILSONDeputy write us and wo will mall I atIiSymptomwronnndCOLADOltATOIUES Iv r i0 + r fT yaF 1- e a l w A 1 t I e Christmas Gift That is useful is doubly appreciated A timely and useful gift can be found for every member of the family in our elegahHine of Fashionable Footwear Neckwear Cloaks Handkerchiefs Skirts Ribbons alld Lace Furs Mackintosh Coat Fine Dress Goods Jewelry Underwear Fascinators Hosiery Combs Hairpins Belts Toilet Sets Fine China Fine Mirrors Suit Cases Art Materials And If great many other useful articles that will mike appropriate gifts for Christinas and at prices that will suit every purse Dont lIli8I this toio while on your purchasing tour o J MRS JI W WILLIAMS Clay City K r t r I r Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS1Clay Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery anti Etc Prescriptions cnrefiilly compounded NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons holding claims or debts of whatever nature agjiinsfc the estate of the late W G Ever man ago hereby notified to present softie properly proven before time undersigned executors on or before the first day of March 1905 This December 01001 lJA31ES I Executors Selling at Cost l I For the next 30 days Iwill offer my entire tock of Dry Goods Shoes Notions etc at cost This is a rare chaheo fort you to PO vurebnrgains at your own prices R H CUTJ I S Spout Spring Ky dI I D Dai1 o I roe s- 5ltaitl9e I Jilj rrnl uII J 1 1mmGRAPU 1iPi1Wlncg Jel5yaiy I 1 I- KL1SSK ffn I dCirC31 WILBUR B SMITH I triidt11ta + rJ AFarl I Te rUrcshir ot bit famous wiAtironallitSC- OMUERCiAL COOE8H elf KY Ual EI1SITiIAwnrdal rla 1e WailtpoaIUon aboaafl2oletprttJCorssrelaeIuttadtu t thou crij Jtira In amlli abont j U- Stoxardiyt WMtud TeleILpbl Epecltu tearriioKertnsSr Vrttmltj nlplom nnd rotl r ldtcrerreonreotreeIfderlrodrJ I lit moO J Aare yna laiiw react M addrai oil VItBLtt R G7IY5 Loxlncton Ky r Black Creek Lime i Works ES NOEL ProprietorC- LAY 1d CITY KY L 1 iftYilJrCllyOity vkilnsor7si 5- I j tyI y r Jy Y I THE TIMES 1 A AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JAN 5 1005 LOCAL BREVITIES Today is Old Christmas day Pay your subscription to the bridge fund The blizzard has struckus a gain this week in rough style Several of our citizens attend ed County Court at Stanton Mon flay We have had several nice days the past week and plenty of rough weather too Newton Puckett and family I of Lexington visited relatives on Hurdwicks creek last week Whats the matter boys The holidays have past and not a sin gle wedding in our city to re port J J Curry formerly of this city has moved from Oharles town W Va to Paris Bourbon county a Mrs Ourry and daughter Mrs J G Easter aro visiting rela tives in Bourbon and Nicholas counties The new bridge has been thor oughly inspected by our citizen- and is pronounced by everyone to be all right- Owensboro is to have another large wagon factory with an out put of 25000 wagons annually The capital stock is 250000 Mr John W Henry our pho i tographer is down again with rhenniatiSQi He is at the home of his daughter Mrs 0 tJTEa ton Mr and Mrs Green Spry of Log Lick and well known to ma ny of our readers have moved to Gibson Ill where they will re side One years subscription to thet Southern Agriculturalist will be given to every subscriber of the rulEs who pays for one year in advance Robt Henry of Vaughns Mill is nursing a very sore hand caus ed by a gun lcickingquite severe ly while limiting one day last weepIThe sad intelligence has just i reached here from Louisville an nouncing the death of Mrs Chas W Russell in that city from cancer of the stomach j A very valuable gas well was found on White Oak creek in Estill county and it is now as pipedII Y W T Stringer of Terre t Haute hid was in the city last week Mr Stringer is well pleased with his new home has soldII his property here sand expects toI reside there in the futureIThe Waldron building on sixth V avenue is completed and will be occupied in a very short time t Dr Bertr un Smith the Dentist has already moved up stairs where he is now very comforta bly situated Three thousand turkeys wereibought and shipped from ortson county lust week They were bought up at 10 cents perr pound and brought to the own 4 c 1 J L t y ers a right snug little sum of money H D Curry of Davidson Ky came up homo Saturday to vie home folks Mr Curry i3eem very proud of the new bridge and says he only wishes he could have contributed more to th fund Coming to the Front Our County seat seems to be forging to the front A now na tional bank of 80000 capital will open for business in a short while and anew paper will start there Home people are the pro moters of both enterprises Bought Another Farm R W Garrett has bought the James Wills farm near this city where Ed Moore now lives for 100 The farm comprises thirty acres and has a good dwelling and outbuildings on it Mr Gar rett will get possession and niove to his now farm some time in the Spring Hanging at Winchester John Hathaway formerly a wellknown negro jockey was hanged Winchester Ky Tuesday morning for the murder of Etta Thomas his paramour justi one year ago This is the first legal hanging in Clark county for more than fifty years I Store Burglarizedc The large general store of MaxI well Hunter at Rosslyn wasI tits safe was blown open 15000 in cash secured lot of stamp taken and several valuables such as watches and etc stolen There is no clue to the robbers and it is probable that they have made good their escape Blood hounds were sent for Monday morning Speedy Relief A salve that heals without a sca is DeWStts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel I Salve Beware of counterfeits ore dangerous Sold by Mc RoseIOffice Removed Dr Bertram Smith the Den tist has removed his office to the front rooms in Mr Waldrons new building where he may b found at all hours day or night He extends to the public an invitation to call and inspect the best equipped Dental office in Eastern Kentucky A happy New Year Bertram Smith D D S Tonic to the System For liver troubles and constipa tion there is nothing better than DeWitis Little Early Risers the famous little Pills 1h do not weaken tho stomach Their action upon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of La Payette Ind aysHNo use talk ing DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I used gripe and make me sick the stomach and never cured me DeWitts Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought relief They are Simple perfect Persons traveling find Little Early Risers the most reliable remedy to carry with them Sold by M Rose For Sale A nice six room one and onehalf frame dwelling with two Ipts CHouseparties on easy terms J EBUKGIIKU t Coughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable fire quickly cured by One Minute Cough drpwsssoothes the affected parts strength pneuetakeaold by M Rose Extravagant dress has broken more husbands than it has made model wives No More Stomach Trouble All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting what you eat without the stomachs aid The food builds up the body the rest restores the stomach to health You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure J D Erskine of Allenville Mich says I suffered Heartburn and Stomach trouble for some time My sisterinlaw has had the same trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on worm water After taking two bot ties of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely cured She now eats heartily and is in good health I am glad to say Kodol gave me in tent relief Sold by M Rose CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist ChurchSalem first Satur morning and Sunday following El J T Turpin supply Powells Val cy second Saturday an Sunday El Turpin pastor Bowen fourth Saturday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastor ClayCityHolds pastor Hardwicks creek third Sunday Methodist Church Rev J 0 Crawford pastor first Sunday preaching at Cluy City morning and evening and sec ond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the precedingThirdand evening f Sunday preaching morningandrschool at all the churches ClayCityfourth Preaching at each place both morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor 100 Reward 100 beIleast one dreaded disease that sci ence has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitu CatarrheCure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood andmucous surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY 8 CoTeledo 750tHalls Family Pills are the best M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER I CLAY CITY KY work six days in the weekIFresh Ground Bolted Mell always on hang Grinds for ono slxthtole 9Y f- 1At t i t INSURE WITH P A LYON SON The Loading Insurance AgentoC Enstern Jtontuolcy Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are loaders in this line Startling Facts I bA E BARNETT 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 Paper 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 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 7 23 J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels ILaundry Agency in Connection Dont fail to give him a OaIIThe Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Made When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour r t Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 1 1 Kimbrell Gus Clem sold to Jo Tuttle two 100 pound hogs at 350 per hun Bred Mrs James Barnes who has been very sick the past week is soine hotter David Larison visited his daughter Mrs William Powell on Millers creek last week Ed King and Mr Horton of Clark county were through this vicinity last week looking for cattle Gentry Stone have moved their engine from this place to Irvine to do sotto work for Jas A Wallace Snow Creek Xmas passed off quietly here F P Lowry of Winchester was here the first of the week on business Thos Ogen Jr returned back to West Bend Monday to finish schoolRev preached at Log Lick Saturday and Sunday to a good sezed crowd A S Vivian and wife of Kidd ville visited friends and relatives here last week- Harrison Williams of Copperf as Creek visited friends hero Saturday and Sunday- J D Kerr purchased of Win Lowrv three calves for 24 00 j al so one of Thomas Ogden Sr for 8 00W R Vivion of Mt Sterling spent the latterpart of the holidays with his mother at this place lP North Bend Marion Welch was at Stanton SaturdayJas transacted busi ness at Stanton Saturday Miss Annie Welch visited Jas Welch and family at Stanton Sunday MissEmma Conleo of Rosslyn is attending the Bowen Normal School Miss Agnes Westley 816 Wells Street- MarlnetteWis 816 Wells Street- MAnINtTTn Wis Sept 25 1903 IWill all run down from nervous ness and overwork and had to resign my ion and tako a rest found that I was not gaining my strengthand health as as I i II Wino of Cardni was recommended as euch aI d medicine for tho ills of beanusingremits use bottlo and took three more and then found I was restored to rood health and strength and able to tako up my renewed I consider it afine tonic and excellent for worn out nervous condition and am pleased to endorse itIAGNES WESTLETE- ocTtllorUi Wisconsin Holland Society Secure a 6100 bottle of Wino of Cardui and a 25c package of TLedfords Black WINE OF CARDUI L Wingato Anderson was ipj Winchester Wednesday an Thursday on business H 0 Welch representing J M Hansons Subscription Agen cy was at Bowen Friday- J E Welch of Terro Haute Ind is visiting his father J M Welchat liosslyn this week A number of young people from Stanton visited P II Ewen and family a few days last week Viiiccnt Vance and family of Spruce visited P II Ewen and family Friday night and Saturday I Ben Willoughby and family o- Sage f visited V 0 Martin and family the latter part of last weekMr George Crowo and Miss Mattie Allen of Ilosslyn were Ui nited in marriage at the home of the bride Thursday Rev Jas Kirk of this place performed tIlt ceremony Roy Locket who was agent for the L Eat Rosslyn for some time but resigned his po sition a few months ago to accept a position as operator on th Southern n Rat Priddys Vir ginia was killed at that place while trying to prevent a coli sion one day last week BLUE Boy Sage Born to the wife of Andrew Tipton a fine girl Toe Willoughby Jr and Hood Poynter went to Stanton Satur day r II and Gardner Pelfrey Vent to Stanton Monday on bus iness Several people around here are talking of going West in a few monthsMiss Pearlio Hon spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin Miss Maud Willoughby Mrs Maggie Willoughby visit ed her parents Mr and Mrs Van Martin from Friday till Monday Mrs Lizann Porter of Winchester spent Wednesday with her sister Mrs B J Willough byMr Robt Miller of Fagan and Mr Hamilton Risner of Means were visitors at this place Sun day Several from this place attended the social at Mr Weeden Bowens Wednesday night and report a nice time Mrs Burnam Skidmoro and daughter Miss Etta and Mrs Tames Ingle and daughter Mrs Henry Cox of Frozen Creek spent Monday with Mrs S J Miller Misses Zeola and Lyllie Sam ple Messrs W T Sample W WandB B Barton and Mil ford Ringo of Rqthwell were pleasant guests at Mr L G Wills Saturday and Sunday The auctioneer party given a- tJuo Wills Saturday night Dec 31 was enjoyed by a num her of friends Plenty of music was furnished on organ and vio lin as there were six organists end three violinists present Pop 90lockMr John Ingle being auctioneer i ml a fine one too It being leap ear the boys wore sold to the iris Closed with midnight uncheon each fellow Avith high cst bidder marched I o the supper I i Y table Itlncliwts decorated with ferns and white chrysantemums served with pickles pies cakes and ice foam John Ingle and Eva Wills wereservitora at the ta blo Then the dear old year of 1004 wrapped in her shroud vith many sorrpws and many joys gave way to the new year when all wished Vdach other a more brighter and happier plume After singing the song God be with you the crowd dispersed part leaving the hospitable homo while the rest soon fell asleep to meet their felhvman in dream land Jeffersonville Christmas passed oil quietly here with less than the usual noise andbustleIMr Andley Ware son of Rev John Ware of this place is se rionslyillwith rheumatism Mr Fletcher Richardson is going to Mississippi on Tuesday next to engage in saw milling Misses Mildred Lund Myrtle Smith are on a visit to relatives iml friends in Mark county this week eTime Willoughby Town school will reconvene Jan 2 3005 it having been dismissed for the holidays Turkey dinners have been in fashion this week There having been one nearly every day this week in this neighborhood Mr J S Willoughby who has been sick with a complication of diseases is still no better with little hopes of his recovery Mrs Mary Hammonds who has been sick so long is no better and it see III fl to liejVnly a matter of a short time ihat she can live The Pine Ridge school is set to begin Jan 2 1005 no school hav ingbeen taught there in the rail Miss Eva Williams is the teach er Mr W T Myers and wife of tee City Morgan county visited relatives timid friends in this vicinity and returned to their home Friday About all the turkeys and geese that have been for sale have been gathered up and sold and there are spine local sales yet preparing to improve the next years crop The most notable social event of the week Wastaquiet gathering of neighbors and friends at Mr U Blfl1rtinson Now Years day which the writer attended and enjoyed very much There was about thirty persons present There was preaching at the Saints Chapel on Jpn1 at 11 a m by Dow Richardson who bandied his subject admirably His subject was uTheHou8o of the Lord time material of which the House is built aiidwhero the Lord dwelleth To all persons paying in adyano Agriculturalist One yearn subscription to the Southern Agriculturalist HI1m given to every subscriber of time TIMES who pays for one year in advance ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Clay City Ky do ordain as follows Sec I runt section 2 of ordi nance Jo 1 series of 1002 where it reads The sum to be paid each year that such license may bo grunt ed shall bo as follows For license to keep n saloon the cum of 8100000 per annum for license to merchants to sell tuicli liquors wljo sell l y the quart the sum of 1000 for license to drug gists to sell liquors in quantities not less than a quart the sum of 81000 for license to sell ale beer or porter by the wholesale in quan gllllonlincluding 1000 be IIrnende so as to rend Ihsum to be paid each year that surh license may bo granted shall bo as follows For license to keep open saloon the BUUI of S7 0 per annum for lIelnu to merchants to sell such liquors who nell hy the quart the sum of 8750 for liquorsinquart the eiim 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