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F a TIlE CLAY 1 r CITYy TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay CityHhe SorronnJing Country and Ourselves T E BurQher Publisher VOL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY Jf JANUARY 32 1905 NO2 Council Meeting The Clay Oity met at the coun cil chamber on Wednesday Jan 4 with the mayor absent and all councilmen present Dr Little page was chosen mayor pro tern Minutes of previous meetings were read and approved The following bills were al lowed Champion Bridge Company 2000 00 SwannDay Lumber Co 113 70 A E Barnott fe Son 140 03 I James McRoberts 6 03 Loveland Garrett 0 40 Win Mountz Sr 200 J W Ham 107 45 AP Johnson 6300 J E Burgher 0 00 A E Barnett S Son 8 72 SwannDay LunilkrCAmpany 80 00 John D Atkinson 10 00 Charlie Anderson CO 00 The marshals report was read and received The Clerks report was also receivedThe of the whole to accept the bridge was discharged and their action in accepting the bridge approved Theclerk was instructed to collect the subscription to the bridge fund and forward to the company as received in blocks of 100 Profits in Apple OrowlngI The period for selecting trees and planting an orchard will soon be upon us There are not onefourth the number of apple trees in Powell county there should be Why are the people so different Is it because they do not know how to plant and take care of an orchard Or is it because they think the profits arc doubtful Witnesses by the thousand can be brought to prove that there are great profits in orchards A New York farmer says he has been receiving more profit from twenty acres of orchard than from 140 acres in com mon field crops Ho has averag ed 50 per acre for his fruits as they grow on the trees and the purchaser gathered the apples from the trees All ho does is to fertilize his land and and spray the trees every year Apples if first class will bring better prices here than apples in the North because of the scarcity of good fruit of this kind Reader makeup your mind to plant an orchard of two or more acres this spring and buy your trees from the reliable nurseryman H F Hillenmeyor of Lexington H ECONOMY t 6 j 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 tho intention of the general public to the fact that I have received my new Spring Goods und am now better prepared than 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 tho Best Quality and Lowest Prices The Drsss Goods Departmenti- s complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City I sI- n the Line of fine Footwear This stock cannot be excelledFresh Clean arid UptoDate t 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 1 Clay Kentucky City C Shimfessel i RifhIAN L MFG Co Winchester Ky HeadquaSash for S loorR Ceiling Building apr t litindsWeatherboarding Felt Roofing a1 VnrandnsPickets Flintoid Roofing T Stairways Shingles and Etc and Etc 1 a Store Fronts t V Sendus Your estimates of V Prompt Shipments1 r 1 i I I i I I How to Keep Ice There are twoessentials in keep ing ice through thosummer heat The floor should bo drained so nd water will strihd around the ice and tho air mudt be excluded from the ice We think there will bi no trouble inkeeping ice if prop orly packed irij There should be eight inches of saw dust tightly pricked between the wall and ice If the weather- is very cold throw water on each load of ice so it will fill the space between the pieces of ice freezing as the work goes on into one solid bulk of ice which will hardly melt if protected only by roof and walls When the house is filled cover the ice with water and leave it open all night if the thermometer is as low as 20 degrees above zero The expose will not hurt so long as freezing weather prevails as the bulk will become more solid Then cover the ice with twelve inches or more of saw dust and you will have a place id which fresh meat milk butter watermelons and etc will keep to your own satis faction Have smallj openings in the roof so the air cannot stand below thci rafters Push The little word engraved on a brass door plate was the only thing saved front the great Tor onto fire of the buiiding in which that disastrous conflagration star ted It was carefully kept be cause it was significant of the spirit of tho firm At 8 oclock next morning daughtsmen were working on new plans and a magnificent building twice as largo as the old one is being er ectedPush is a thing you cant burnA young man with push enters a firm Another takes a position at the same time but he tame in on the other side of tho entrance where the brass plate said pull In six months he is dismissed by the same doo- rwaypuelted out The other fellow is a fixture if he desired to change his pssiti6n it will re quire a pull to get the firm to releasohim A pull may secure a place but cannot keep it Push is a thing you cant down AN ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Clay City Ky do ordala as follows Sec 1 That Section 2 Art 2 o f the ordinance regulating the shoot ing of fireworks in the cityof Clay City Ky be so amendod us to read The penalty for such offense shall be not less than 100 nor more than 1000 for each anc every offense and all ordinances conflicting herewith are hereby repealed Sec 2 That it skull be unlaw ful for any merchant or Individual to sell such ilreworks in the city of City without first paying aUc nseof8500Corsuch privilege Sec 3 Any person or person- sviolatingtheprovlslonsofSec 2 of this ordinnce shall be fined 81001 foe eachttnd every offense Sep4v lhIl5ordinanceshaU be in full force and effect from and after its first publication aa required by law JiHFERRY Ji E BURGHER t MayorrJ Clerk i iift 1rJ IiI 4 jI The Marcum Case I The jury in the Marcum dam age case returned a verdict for 8000 against James Hargis am Ed Callahan jointly and exoner cited Alex Hargis and B F French from any connection with the alleged conspiracy to kill James Br Marcum The plaint iff will appeal from the judg ment in favor of Alex Hargis and B F French and the defendants James Hargis and Ed Cal lahan will probably appeal from the verdict against them Look Over Your Mall Postmasters have been notified by the postal authorities at Washington who recognize the liability of postal clerks to get letters in the wrong boxes that a penalty of 2000 has been fix ed on persons taking mail out of the office other than their own without returning it It would be the safer plan to look over your mail before leaving the office and if you have anything be longing to another you can return it at once NOTICE All persons who subscribed amounts to the Clay City bridge fund will please come forward at once and pay the same The bridge is now completed and must be paid for J E BUROHKR Oity Clerk A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro truding Piles Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to euro any case no matter of how long standing in 0 to 14 days Fist application gives ease and rest 5oo If your druggist hasnt it Rend hoe in stamps and it will bi forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo One who knows does not talk j one who talks does not know For Sale A nice six room one and onehalf story frame dwelling with two lots in the eastern part of the city House just completed Will sell to right parties on easy terms J E BURGHKU A daily paper for 100 a year is something the public has long Jisired The Chicago daily Re view a delightful family daily riving all important news market reports and many interesting de partments for men women and children is sent to subscribers for la year 75 cents for 0 months 50 cents for 3 months Subscribe today address The Chicago Review Co 809 Coca Coal Building Chicago Illinois lNothing speksso well of a community as good roads Good roads wo should have At the small cost that it takes to keep rood roads every section should have them Nothing gives to the people the amount of pleasure and profit on the amount ex pended than that which is re quired to maintain good roads Ex Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes r Tne TIMES for the news I Harvest Days Remind us that only those who sow can Hope to reap Sow habits of economyand industry in youth and there will be a plentiful harvest of prosper ity in old age Open a Savings Account now Save while you can and you will never know want Re member we pay 3 per cent in terest on savings accounts Clay City rational Saivk Clay City Ky ieeoeriIThe Rev Irl R Hicks 1905 Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac for IflOo is now ready being the nest edition ever issued This plendid and costly book of 200 pages is a complete study in astronomy and storm weather for 1905 It is too well known to iced comment See it and you will so decide The price postpaid to any address is 30 cents per copy The Rev Irl R nicks scientific religious and family fournal WORD AND WORKS now breast of the best magazines is fa cents a year Both WORD AND WORKS and the Almanac 100 a rear No better investment pos able for any person or family Try and see Send to Word and Works Publishing Co 2201Locust St St Louis Mo- 1ItOFES8105AL CARDS a Wnrrynwvwom w unrwnrxnndgnmrvr Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCK Office up stain In the Waldron building where an experienced 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 CITY KS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CtY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY 54 i I Alir L Guard Your health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul cereal preparation is flour anil the most healthful flour is MANSFIELDS f Best Patent and Mountain Lily Milled by water power from the very best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS is the fin est flour made but we dont expect you to take our word for it We do ask you however to try just one single sack We know it will be enough to make you a firm fast friend o- fMansfields Flour 11 C MANSFIELD S SON Rosalyn Ky FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING IiJnmes F McKinney is below this week Tommy Christopher was below last week 01 business Eld B S Burgher of near Winchester was here the last of the week on business W T Christopher Jr return ed Saturday from a visit to friends in Montgomery county Henry Winburn has been ap pointed post master at this place in the place of R H Curtis re signed James F McKinney bought of H F Christopher four steers av erage weight 650 pounds at 83 cents per pound Bob Henry and family and Mrs Mary Burgher of Vaughns Mill were guests of John W Burgher and family Saturday and Sunday The Masonic property at this place consisting of dwelling and store house is for rent at rea sonable figures This is the best neighborhood in the county and there is no better stand to sell goods consequently the proper ty should meet with ready renting Farm for Sale The place known as the Will iam Curtis farm on the river near the mouth of Lulbegrud creek comprising 180 across 75 acres of bottom This is one of the best farms in this part of the county and will be sold reasona ble W J CHRISTOPHER The HunterEdwards contest is commanding some attention at Washington John D White is also in the ringthree Republi cansAlva Adams Democrat was Tuesday inaugurated Governor of Colorado Governor Peabody Republican and the retiring chief executive will file a contest for the office People who tpains never to do any more than they are paid for never get paid for anything more than they do There would not be room at the top round of the ladder if all the people who started for it got there 1 THE TIMES I rUUUSHED EVKUY THUU3UT J IL Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Coats per year in ad vance otherwise 15 Cents Entered na secondclntis mull matter Thursday Jan 12 1005 CLUB RATES IFor the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 How about your New Years resolbtion have you broken it yetiPresident Roosevelt has ap pointed the grand son of Stone wall Jackson a cadet at West Point He is the only male de scendont of that wonderful mili tary man 1 lie Democratic electors of the State met at Frankfort Monday and cast the electoral vote of Kentucky for Parker and Davis The certificate of the vote will be delivered to the president of the Senate at Washington before Feb 8- This is stirlcountys turn to come forward with a candidate for the Republican nomination for Rep resentative to succeed lIon Robt Blackburn of Stanton Several have already been mentioned a mong whom lire Squire Harrison of Red Lick Hiram Lunsford of Wisemantown and Henry Salyers of Whiteoak Irvine Hearld Gov Bcckham has called a special session of the Legislature to convene in Frankfort Jan 19 todayfor the sole purpose of changing the site for the new State Capitol which is to be built It is alleged that the pres ent grounds are not large enough to accommodate the new build ing and there has been quite a demand for the change Saturday is the day when the voters of Powell county will decide whether or not liquor shall be sold in the county Thero has been but little campaigning done by the temperance people but still they claim to have scored a vicforyThey are confident of success in all the upper precincts The vote in Clay City and Hard wicks Creek is claimed by both sides and the vote at these plat es will likely be very close It was not good politics says an exchange when the Republi can party conferred the right of suffrage npon the ignorant and unready African male population of the South The mistake is now generally recognized by the great mass of the intelligent membership of the party Now that the whites of the South have undertaken to rescue themselves from the dangers of negro dominance it would not now bo good politics to punish them by aIreduction of their present representation in Congress because of negro disfranchisement The burnt child dreads the fire TO CURE A 1NONE DAYj Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists re fund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 2fie y x T Do You Want an EducationSOME THE CLAY CITY GRADED SCHOOL Clay City is located on the L E rulroud between Lexington and Jackson Ky The Graded School ill 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 compare favorably with that of any graded school in the State We strive to obtain thoroughness how ever rather than asniattering knowl edge of many things j to be deep rather than broad We shall under take no patent process by which it is supposed that untutored boys and girls may be put 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 them Wo will teach your little children arid give them the benefit of careful training in the elementary branches under an ex perienced teacher thus laying the foundation ofn good education we 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 vanced students and train them in the higher studies of the regular college course including Higher Mathematics Sciences French and English Literature and will fur nish them with superior facilities for instruction in Vocal and Instru ltul11uslcFor information address C W CAMPBELL Prin CLAY CITY KY SHOE SHOP REMOVED I have removed my shoe shop to Gaylords blacksmith shop where I will be pleased to see my old customers and new ones too WESLEY GARRETT YouiHeart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has a Weak Heart One of the surest signs of a weak heart Is shortness of breath lifter exercise Your heart Is not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Some of the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains in the Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankle Cold Feet or Hand No ono can afford to allow a weak heart to eo without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Mlles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as It Is a splendid tonic for the blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system NewHeartthat the first bottle will do you good If it doesnt your money back forthreewarningwould possensed where nor under what conditions Iwould be attacked and whether I would wastreatedtangDrto nolhadJOHN DRESBACK Xelpslc O FREEm Ila1torLABORATORIES BLKHABT IOTX a r I r u0 0 At i i ChristmasGift That is useful is doubly appreciated A timely and useful gift can be found for every member of the family in our elegant line of Fashionable Footwear Neckwear Cloaks Handkerchiefs Skirts I 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 nod at pricesthat will suit every purse V Dont miss this store while on your purchasing tour o MRS JIWe WILLIAMS Clay City K 7+ Littlepage Son 1 DRUGGISTS t Clay City Ky t+ f Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc i i+ Prescriptions carefully compounded i+ + + + + + + + + + + t+ + + + + + + + +i4+f+ Ittr + t4 + + te+ + + NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons holding claims or debts of whatever nature against thd 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 1005 This December 0 1904 tJAES Selling at Cost For tho next 30 days I will otrermycnliro stock of Dry Goods Shoes Notions etc at cost This is a rare chance for you to Be urebargains at your own prices R H CUTISS- pout Spring Ky W IiimM POll A iosk PHONOQRAPHYr TJPeWrltliI WILBUR B SMITH KYyTorCOMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIYERStTT Awarded Xedal at Worlds KxyortUoa- Rcfen to tfanmanda of dnatei In Mss of rail BwtbMM Mane lDetu41DTaI tion Dooki and Board In family about M Bhnlhsnd9peWritin sTelegrupbydpedtlds WThe Kentucky UnlrenUy Diploma nndtrwal dnlndMoTMnUtoafn crrttr H AIIH your JUr WILBUR R SMITH LexlnTtony Black Creek LimerWorks R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY o KY J I tUnslaokend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer tat Lowest Prices Will deliver at I Clay City or sell at the kilns 8SO Lime C5 cents per barrel at the kilos or 75 cents delivered at Clay City iI 7 4TimiSilir srTHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JAN 121005 LOCAL BREVITIES N R Swope was up the road Monday on business Rev R A Irvin city assessor r is taking lists this week EM B S Burgher of Win chester was here Saturday and MondayMorcbantW Q Patrick o Kimbrell was here Monday on business Elder B F Wright of Spout Spring was in the city Tuesda on business Spoutspringin the city Monday Quite a number have had their I property raised by the Board of Supervisors the past week 1 The new bank has opened at Stantou and is said to have very flattering prospects for success I q W E Heflin one of Powells E leading farmers has sold hi large crop of tobacco for 9J cent r M straight I See change in Mansfields flour advertisement in this issue and buy a sack of Best Patent It gives satisfaction Attorney John D Atkinson Merchant P A Faulkner and Sheriff Thos Boone of Stanton r were in the city Tuesday The Breathitt News has im proved very much of late II now all printed at home atd pre appearIonceThe heavy snow has been pretty hard on flat roofs this week Many buildings in the city have had to be cleared off to stop the leaks The heaviest snow of the win ter fell Monday and Tuesday night we had considerable sleet making it very disagreeable out side for man and beast Weddings were not so miner ous during the holidays but lost time seems to have been madeI up the past week as we are abl I to report several in this issue Mr G B Martin of JellersonI ville was here last week and or dered the TIMES sent to his son W H Martin at Alexandra Ill t and his daughter Mrs0 Emma I Oolvin at Springfield Ill tTherenever was such a demand I for houses in Clay City as at the time The writerI present happened to helve a house for rent t and in the past few days we have had eight applications to rent or diiv this propertyI The burglars that broke into Maxwell Hunters store at Ros slyn last week an account o whichappeared in these columns are still at large The bloo hounds were of no value and there still is no clue jEld D G Combs the note mountain evangelist will lecture on the subject of intemperance an this city tonight Lot ever body come out and hoar He lectured at Stanton Tuesda- f night and at Bowen last night Y We have received a number oft i 0 14 V to r T i f 1r y b nice calendars and every one as they came in seemed to be the nicest one but the one received this week from R 0 Mansfield Son the Rosslyn millers can hard ly be excelled At the top of the column is printed these words of truth Our Flour is Like our Calendars Hard to beat Our City School has receive several outside scholars and is Inn very flourishing condition Parents living close to the city should not fail to send their chil dren to our school during the winter months We have one of the best schools in the state and itft maybecome Dr Ray Dead appeary Jour sixtytsuddenly at the home of his grandnephew H R Smith in Bellevue After an absence of fifteen years Dr Ray reached Bellevue from his mountain home to visit relatives The long trip however proved too much fot his advanced age and caused his death Speedy Relief seaar SalvesNo remedy effects such speedy re lief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cute burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by 11 Rose MARRIAGES Missswere this city Sunday January 8thI Elder N McIntosh officiating Mr Bud Harrison and Miss Ilattio Norton were married at the residence of Mrs D White this city Sunday Jan 8thEld N McIntosh officiating At the residence of Charlie Riddell in this city Thursday January 5 Elder 0 W Campbell officiating Mr Jordon Neal aged twentyeight and Miss Julia Riddell aged eighteen were united in matrimony At the JasperLnrison agorfourteen Office Removed Dr Bertram Smith the Den tist has removed his office to the front rooms in Mr Waldrons now building where he may be 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 constipation there is nothing better than DeWitts Little Early Risers the notfpleasantdFayette Ind saysIIN0 use talk ing DeWitts Little Early Risers Idme in the stomach and never cured me provyPersonsymost reliable remedy to carry with them Sold by M R seitO- J 7i 4L Coughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts strength ens the lungs wards off pneu monia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by II Rose Sympathy that costs no money is hardly worth carrying home with you No More Stomach Trouble All stomach trouble is removed the use of Kodol Dyspepsia CureIt 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 Sho lived entirely on warm 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 gavo me in taut relief Sold by M Rose CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist ChurchSalem first Satur day morning and Sunday following El ValIcyder Turpin pastor Bowen fourth Saturday and undny Elder J T Turpin pastor ClayCitypastor Hardwicks creek third SundayMethodist Church Rev J O Craw atClayond and fourth nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the precedingThirdand evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel In the and- nn Saturday night before Sunday at all the churches ClayCityfourth Preaching at each place both morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that eel 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 fra ternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mutous surfaces of the system thereby de stroylng the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the consti tution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Doll ars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials AddressF J CHENEY CoTeedo Sold by Druggists 76o Halls Family Pills are the best M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER I CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh GronnJ Bolted Meal always on hand J Grinds for onesixtnftole I1i ialY Jti vH hK Uo1Hi I F A LYON SON i tofOver 200000000 I Represented I tEvery one who knows anything about insurance they are leaders in this line knowItSIz+HHH3 F3 toH+rb Ft t tHau tI + Startling Facts A1 E1 BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from 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 need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything I from i Daper 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 KENTUCKY J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITV ICY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 25 Dont fail to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit I Are Made When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Soldby our Leading Merchants I terc Kimbrell John W Tuttle attended Coun ty Court at Irvine last Monday Mrs Thomas Winburn visited relatives on Nolands Creek last weekMrs Belle Burgher and chil dren visited her sister Mrs W G Patrick several days last weekKinnoy and Lillie Harris and their cousin Maly Burton wore visiting their grandmother Mrs Mary McKinney and other rela tives near Virden the first of the week Genet Clifton Holmes and wife of Lombard visited relatives hero the latter part of the week Jim McCoy who has been working on Little Sinking Leo county returned home Saturday Mr W T Huff and his son John G left one day last week for Bryant Wis to make that place their future home Mrs Gonnio Mullins of Lom bard and Miss Ida Mullins of this place were guests of V 0 Martin and family Sunday North Bend Thos Welch was a business visitor on North Fork Friday The matrimonial market in the Bend isvery dull at present Miss Annie Welch visited Ma ry Jane Welch and family Sun dayPeter Day of Wolfo county was here on business one day last week Miss Nancy Welch of JefTer sonville is visiting Arthur Welch and wife Joab Morton and wife of Ros slyn visited friends here Satur day and Sunday Mr Ben Williams of Clark county visited P H Eweu and family a few days last week As we write the burglars that broke into Maxwell d Hunters storo at Rosslyn are still at large BLUE BOY Miss Agnes Weltley 616 Wells Street MarinottaWis 816 Wells Street- MASlxsrTs Wisi Sept 25 1903 I iru all run down from ncrrous landovenrorkndhad to resign my position and take a rest foUnd that I Rae not gaining mi- taresgth and health as as I could wish and u Wino of Cardai was recommended usuch a good medicine for the ills ofour sex bought a bottlo and began ua4tg I was eatiafed with he- resulta from the luo of the lint bottle and took threemore and then found I wu restored to good health and and able to up vigorbonalder I for wornout nervous condition and am pleased to endorse it AGNES WESTLEY rXart Wtomdn JI0UaD4Iocleq Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cairdui and a 25c package of Thodfords BlackDraught y WINE OF CARDUI a r N Sage EO Kimbroll of Spruce was here Thursday on business Alvin Fortner of Stanton was at this place Friday on business Walter and Byron Barton of Rothwell were hero Thursday and Friday J H Noland representing the Roosa tC lintlilT Medicine Company of Oincinnati was here Saturday Elmer Downard has bought o1 E 0 Kimbrell his farm on Spruce and will move to his new home Wo regret to see him leave our neighborhood Misses Lou E and Ethel With anticipates attending the party at Mr E S Sampsell near Roth well Friday night and the entertainment at Cornwall Saturday night Joe Willoughby Jr spent several days with James ORear al Mt Sterling last week and says Mr ORear expects to pay tint place a visit shortly We will be glad to have him with us again s Irvine Mr H M Witt of Levee Montgomery county was here last week Miss Bettie Alexander who has been visiting on Millers Creek for the past week return ed home Sunday There is going to be a new post office on Cow Creek The name will be Willow Tree and W M Abney will be post master Mr S 11 Tipton who has been confined to his room for the past week with heart trouble we are glad tosay is some better Mrs Bettie Muncie mother of Judge J W Muncie who is 97 years old has her second eyesight and can thread a needle without glassesFrank the little 8yearold son of Mr and Mrs J R Witt died January 3rd of brain fever and was interred the following day in the family burying ground We wish to extend our heart felt thanks to the citizens of Cow Creek for the kindness shown us during the sickness and death of their little son Frank We are deprived of his comps ny here on earth but he has gone to make one more jewel around the dazzling throne of God Ho has gone but not forever we will meet to part no more on the banks of the evergreen shore Mr and Mrs J R Witt Virden G W Everman is on the sick list at this writing Billie Mastin of Kiddville was herh Friday on business John Everman of West Bend was here Tuesday on business We are having plenty of win ter now the snow is about8 in leep Wexare glad to note that Mrs O C Curtis is able to bo out a gain John Niblack of Pine Ridge vas in our town ono day last veekMiss Holman of Bowen visited her sister Mrs Chas Ewen his week Jasper Mastin sold and deliv red a lot of corn tcfPony Patton at 2 50 per barrel Charley Hinds and family have turned h6me after several days visit with faionds and relatives y I in Ohmrkcounty G D Cook will move liis saw mill from Indian Fields in a few days to this place Virden will soon be on a boom airs Beca Williams has moved to uncle Ras Fishers house Jas Johnson of Indian Fields has moved into the house Vacated by Mrs Williams and Mr Johnson will work at Cooks mil- lJeffersonville Mr Fletcher Richardson has started to Mississippi to be gone indefinitelyRabbit hunting is very fash ionable several persons not do ing much else but hunting i Mr andMrs G B Martin en tertained several relatives and friends on Thursday night Misses Mildred and Chloe Smith visited their aunt Mrs G B Martin on Saturday nightT- ime free school at Pino Ridge on Spruce Creek began last Monday with Miss Eva Williams as teacher sellingloutto Indiana to make that state his future home Mr Mack Stevenson wok has been visiting relatives and friends in Clark county returned home one day last week Mr James S Willoughby who has been sick for some time is no butter but worse and not ex petted to live but a few days Elds Dow Richardson and George Byrd have gone to a point near Frenchburg Menifee coun ty to hold several days meeting teachingIhouse on Tuesday there having been no term taught there last fallMr and MrsW A Tanner were visited on Saturday night by several of their neighbors and friends and was pleasantly en tertainedMr McDowell who came here last springfrom Indiana in ill health started back to that state last Sunday got as far as Mt Sterling and was taken worse and returned to this place Mr Newton Mullins and Miss Eva Shubert were married on Tuesday of this week at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Shubert and started next day for Indiana to make it their home Miss Jennie Ram sey went with them The citizens of this m ighbor hood old and young have been practicing singing through time holidays not seeming to mind the inclemencyjof the weather They collect at time family residences at night and sing until they get tired The singing is led by Prof J M Myers To all persons paying in advane nay get the Southern Agricultu ralist one year free Ono years subscription to th Southern Agriculturalist will bI given to every subscriber of tin TIMES who pays for ono year iti advance ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Cloy Ky do ordain as- follows Sec I That section 2 of ordi nanco No 1 series of 1002 where it reads The sum to be paid each that such license may be grunt ed shall bo as follows For license to keep n saloon the sum of 8100000 per annum for license to merchants to sell such liquors who sell by 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 tities not less than live gallons including all agents the sum of 1000 be amended so as to readThe sum to be paid each year that sunlt license may be granted shall be as follow For license to keepopen saloon the sum of 87PO per annum for license to mer chants to sell such liquors who sell by the quart the sum of 8750 for license 13 druggists to sell liquors in quantities not less than a qnart the sum of 8750 for license to soil ale beer or porter by the wholesale in quantities not less tbitn five gallons including nil agents the sum of 750 and said section of said series where it conflicts herewith it hereby repealed Sec 2 This ordinance shall be in full force and effect after its publicationJ J E BURQHKU Mayor Clerk H F Hilleiviiveyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY x Offer for the Fall 0i a fullstock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Shrubs and every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden applicationI THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WITHEESPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the 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