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I r 1 frs I 1 ji t l 1 JI It I t I THEJLATJJIlYTIMESco I it OL I 50 Cents n Ycar in Advance We are here to help Clay Citype Sntronn iing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher YIJ 9 CLAY CITY KYt THURSDAY JANUARY 7 1904 NO 1 Virden Mrs 00 Curtis is on the sick list this week Charley Hinds contemplates mov iii Clark county soon JJnclu Rap Fisher went to Stan ton Monday on business W E Iirynntof Clark county svgs visiting here last week Elsberry demons line moved into oneqfMr Cooks houses at this pluceLen Martin left Monday for his homo nt AVilliamsburg Ky after a three months stay with his uncle G D Cook Mr Cook has finished sawing at Lewis Mastins and is talking of moving his mill to Black Creek clear John Boles Mr Cook is an nil around millmnn Mr Herman Everman of West Bend and nmes1lcPhearion of Piasn Ill and Charley Curtis of of Right Angle were pleasant guests of C C Curtis Saturday and Sunday CourierJournal Train The CourierJournal npw is de livered in Clay City in the morning instead of in the afternoon as here tofore This is made possible by th paper running special train ti from Louisville to Lexington each rmg iM going morning trains from the lat ter city Thisis a large undertak ing for a newspaper but the Courier Blinds WcatherboardinfT Stairways Shingles and Etc Store I is ft big paper and will profit by the enterprise Irvine Items r Irvine Herald Misses Nettle D Benton nnd Dora Coulee werp guests of Mrs 11 F Hood last week Beverly Broaddus leaves this week for Louisville where he will enter a medicalschool Miss Madge Wilson has decid edto remain here and continue the school through the winter Hume Wagers who has bebn attending school at Georgetown spent the holidays at hishqme ntWagersville Isirah Shepherd left for his new home at Paint Lies Tuesday after having spent Christmas hero with his old friends and as sociatesThe Codperage Corn pan is receiving another large quantities of staves from Station Camp creek which will insure several months run next year The Chrsitmns tree at the court house last Thursday night added much to the festivities of the oc casion and the tree Was decorat ed with tnajay hrtiidsomp and costly presents Mr Isaac Todd son of II B iToddof Irvine was married to llyt gIJMill on the 23 inst A reception was given at the home of the grooms father on GmrastmaB eve Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand rued will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My I New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylishand neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should SPC our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours tidyShimfesseli c4 1it F CR B6hN fi MPG Co I i Winchesier kyrWe Manufacture Floorlugdoors f Varandas Pickets Fronts r We are headquarterslor- Building Paper Felt Roofing r Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Sendus Your J atimaiesaPromt Shipments Ir r d i Ghag W Irlend returned yesterday froniLLxington where he was summonerto the hospital Rev E G B MiWtvas operated up on for some I Oat trouble The ramiif Thos N Told left College Hill where he has rented a farm Mr Toddwillr in in Irvine a few weeks to close out his stock of goods J IIMr Hood cell and Miss Stan ley Kelly work married on the train betweenIrvin and Millers Creek the 31st M Howell is a turn of A D lIowellI Mss Kelly is a daughter oftlifl iae G B Kellyrg 1 J Cy f s u Exchange List of Subscribers to the Clay City Telephone Exchange January 1st 1904 r21 Anderson 3 J Restaurant l 25 Burgher IJG Son T Machi 32 Burgher A M Residence 1 Burgher Jl E Printery 20 Bloom Jus 40 Carr Clause Resides1 Clay City Times 7 Clay City Hotel Office 17 LentraJ Hate Office 15 OlJma C Stags Tie- Coinpni Office 300ha iurtJ gynResidencer 1 dJ 1i 13 CourWy n dun Cox JVF Residence 27 Daniel Residence 14 Eaton J i Residence 23 Herron MfBTQeo Residence 13 Hall Jas R Residence 20 Hotel Red River Office s 24 Irvin Dr R A Residence 34 Kennon JriilI Residence 0 lennon Saloon 2 L E RR Depot 0 Mutual Handle Co Office 37 Moore It Bt Office 10 McCormicky T B Residence 80 Russell OvW Residence 8 Russell FB Residence 10 Russell FB Office 35 Rogers W S Son Store 31 Rose Noah Residence 39 Rose Mrs MResidence 10 SwannDayLbrCo Office 11 SwannDay Lbr Co Store 38 Shimfessolj O Store 29 Taylor MG Residence 28 Terry J H Residence 22 Webb WT Residence 5 Williams Dr JW Residence 83 Warmouth H 0 Store If you want fa talk out of town ask the operator and she will tell you tlyj charges Please call the subscribers by numbers only + The Eastern Ky Telp Tel Co BEN IT r WATSON Mgr A VeryY lose Call I stuck to njy engine although every joint nerveti was racked with pain writes C rW Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington towa r was weak and pnlewlthutany appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I gota bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt os wfiUas Ievpidid in my life Wenk down people al ways gain new life strength and vigor from their Use Try them Satislaction guliranteedby Swann DSy Lvbr Co t- d f1jo cents1 t ftj f Mrs Ida Williams of JefTer sonville leas moved into the Webb property which she purchased last week In the Spring she will probably open a confec tionery and soda fountain Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic rup tures occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work in Stomachand Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25c at SwunnDay Lbr Cos store J H Anderson Dead J II Anderson one of Clay Citys oldest und bdst known citi zens died at his home on Fourth ave at about 4 oclock Wednesday The remains will be taken to Stan ton tomorrow morning for inter ment in the cemetery at that place The deceased whwas about 08 years old was a victim of phneumo niaUncle 1oddyas he was famil iarly called though a man of strong convictions was possessed ofn warm heurt and broad and tender sympathies True to his friends be was a ei prompt to respond to du t 81a IPeaces t is ashes Saved From Terrible Death Tac kni1yf Mi TSr LHhJ bitt of Bargerton Tenn saw her dying and were poweiless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this ter rible hour Dr Kinds New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its continued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guar anteed Bottles oOc and 100 Trial Bottles Free ut SwannDay Lbr Cos Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man en during pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But theres no need for it Uucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 2oc at Swann Day Lumber Cos House and Lot For Sale Two story frame house of siven rooms well finished with necessary out buildings located in the Eastern portion of the city Lot 50 x 120 feet Will sell at a bargain B M McPnEARsox CLAY CITY KY A Good Man Judge h G Wills the Sage Merchant was down Monday and called at this oflice and re newed his subscription to the TIMES and at the same time sub scribed for the paper for three of his friends remarking that it would make each of them a nice New Years present Inthis the Judge is correct and we are sure time recipients will appreciate their presents better than any New Years gift they have re ceived for several years If Pow enterprising t beISHOE SHOP Opposite J B Eatons Store I am prepared to make and repair 1 Boots and Shoes and alto mendanything in the Itubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular work days in each week nONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay Cy y The Balance i jWheel momentTheS vibrations nn hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug t gish theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles in a year rind 0 requires less than onetenth ofn drop of oil to make it run But it needs that little badly The least degree J of friction on the bearings niters the motion Dont take chances Let putyourwatclinsatisfy you 11MEBB tlleJveler 4 CLAY CITY The many little ways in which you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters Wo receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent inteest com pounded every six months on your savings We have issued a book let explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky a PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTUEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY r B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY iI y GOOD FLOUR Is the foun atiun of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for a Hour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R O Mansfield Son HOS8LTN KY SPOUT SPRING Our merchants report n good holiday trade Mr and Mrs Allen Osborne gave the young folks a gnyid hop Tuesday night Dillard McKinney visited his daughter Mrs J H Dawson at Ilabbittown Friday The holidays at this place were very peaceably spent As usual there were no disturbances whatever among our people A1rl Esa McKinney and her brotbqrMbBses MoKinney viS- ited a their sister Mrs George W Lewis in Montgomery county last week Mr Francis Charles of Hard wicks Creek and Mrs Josia Cosby of this place were marred at Stanton Ky Tuesday December 29 J H Dawson and wife of Rabbittown are visiting the lat ters father D McKinney The little infant son of theirs has recently I been severely burned a bout the face and hands but it is now getting along well and it is not likely to disfigure the childs face when it is healed Mr Win McIntosh of Sams where he is commonly known as Sick Bill was married to Mrs Susan Grooms of Powell county at her home on Boone creek near Stanton Judge G M Der ickson officiating Mr McIntosh has rented his farm on Galloways creek this county and mowed to his wifes farm in Powell coun ty Owing to the inclement weath er Elder R L Brandenburg was unable to come to Salem Satur day and fill his stand conse ti quently no services were held at this church We hope that the weather at the next regular meeting day the first Saturday and Sunday in February will be more pleasant and inviting than it was on this occasion Miss Alivia Ginter The attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs George W Ginter of Oollege Hill will bo married at the Meth odist church at that place Thurs day Jan 7 ntH nclock to Mr Dillard Hill a young farmer al so of College Hill The brideto bo is well known Jiere Where she has numerous friends She is a niece of JfiF McKinneyof this place1 TIDE TIMES PUIIMSIIED EVERY TI1UH8DAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns Becondcluss mail mutter Thursday Jan 7 1004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 H Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 76 Do You Know That the modern girl can curl hair better than she can peel po tatoesThat it is an awful stiff neck that knows no turning when a pretty girl is passing That a man hardly ever real izes his worth until he is sued for breech of promise That a ladys favorite glass is a looking glass while most men prefer a beer glass That to please a man get him to talk about himself to please a woman get her to talkabout her neighbors That the first thing a man does in the morning is to feel for his pocket book The first thing a woman does is to look into the mirrorThat most men have two ob jects in life One is to become rich and the other is to m9- flcher 4 Whether they get to heaven later on is not consider ed That when a man gets too old to set a bad example he begins to give good advice That an old maid is a woman who has not been fool enough to be fooled by every fool who has been fool enough to try to fool her What the Lord does not look at a mans clothes when he goes to church but the congregation more than makes up for WIEx A Tomatoes on Potato Vines Mr H W A Hemmer u far mer living near Holland in Du bois county has succeeded in a novel experiment this season He has produced crop of line tomatoes on potato vines while at the saute time he has raised u good crop of potatoes on the same vines in the ground The toma to stalks were grafted into the potatoes u few niches above the ground early in the spring and while a crop of tomatoes was growing on the vines above ex cellent potatoes were forming in the ground below The potato and the tomato both belong to the same botanical family Mr Hemmer took u load of the to matoes to Huntiugburg where he sold them They are of line flavor and quality SuUtliurn Home Rimbrell William Stone of near Fox is visiting his daughter Mrs John son Harris this week David Larisou of near Sams has rented and moved to the A King place near here Mrs Henry Burton and son Everett of Blooniiiigdale were visiting relatives here hint week ry Miss LhzttHarris of tliiltplace wentto Winchester this week to enter Kentucky Wesleyuii Col legeMrsChas Shepherd df Gnr rard county whs Visiting her sis ter Mrs John W Ttitfle last week The infant child of Mr and Mrs Hnrg Allen lied Monday night Wo extend sympathy to the bereaved pftrents i i Mr Bird iDanidl representing the Newberrydlay Shoe Co of Hunningtoh W Va was here lust week Belling shoes for his firm I W F Hall has moved to the farm near SiigninJjaf Mountain recently vacated by David Lari son and Will Roland has moved to the place inaQeivacant by Mr Hall Pine Ridge Ora Scott visiWl Carlie Curtis this week Dick Everma s moving to the farm lie rented Dock Pigg A mad dog t killed here this week but no damage has been reported yet Mr and Mrs R J11 Guy visit ed the latters parents from Friday till Monday 1Reward 100 Therouders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is ut Least one dreaded diseuso that sci Mice bus been ubleto cure in all its- sCiies and that ittJaturrh Bulls Catarrh Cure iStdle only positive cure now knowno the medical fra ternity Cuturrh wing u constitu tlmul disease reeS nconatitu tim ut1rri Cure is taken internally acting die rectly up the blcid and mucous surfaces of the sfem thereby de Btruying the foun tion of the dis ease undgiving patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have BO much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send fort list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY d CoToledo Sold by Druggists 75c lulls Family Pills are the best My Breathp3 Shortness of Breath Is One of the Commonest Signs of Heart Disease Notwithstanding what many physIc- Ians say heart disease can be cured Dr Mlles New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief in the medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It has proved Itself unique In the his tory of medicine by being so uniformly successful In curing those diseases Nearly always one of the first signs of trouble is shortness of breath Wheth er it comes as a result of walking or running up stairs or of other exercises if the heart is unable to meet this extra demand upon its pumping powers there is something wrong with ItThe very best thing yptfican do is to take Dr Miles New Jleart Cure It will go to tho foundation of the trou ble and make a perm 1nent euro strengthening and renewing thonervcs HeartCureof years 1 Buffered tram shortness of Inmywould bo unable to lie on my left side and If 1 lay flat on my back would nearly DrlofllcsNewImprovoatof the leart Cure the JnsJn my side and Other symptoms vanished I am now well till those dreadful smothering spells are awthlnff of tho pastF DRAKE bllddletown O youtheWrite to us Free Trial I AntJILABORATORIES ELKUART INIV 1ft 1F1 k iJ Mammoth Cave Miniature It has been suggested to the Kentucky Exhibit Association that it include in its space in th Mines and Metallurgy Building a partial reproduction of the fa motes Mammofh Cave Chief Holmes of this department has proposed to the Association that it cut it transparencies made from views of the big hole in the ground give the visitor an in sight into its wonders wy Big Land Deal A company of Baltimore capitalists has purchased of Day I Bros 5000 acres of undeveloped coal and timber lands in Wolfe i and Morgan counties paving I therefor 00000 The survey is about completed and the trans N fer IS to be made soon Farm Sold John Partner sold his farm of 00 acres on North Fork for 25T J f cash Possession March 1st f This Space is the Prop erty of Mrs J W WILLIAMS Leader in Dry Goods No tions Clothing Millinery and Etc Look for It each week i h L I t Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Axo Mntlo VII on You UHO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour t Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KYy Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 Subscribe for THE TIMESi BrrJ L i h 1j I 1 0 1 uJ i THE TIMESI w AN ALL HOMEMADE jAPER THURSDAY JAN 7 1904 m LOCAL BREVITIES Merchant R II Cyrus was o tovorfrom Spout Spring yesterday on business Ed Eaton who has been down with malarial ifavcr for several weeks is how able to be out again Ed Warmoukh returned Mon ddy from Winchester where he had been for a few days on business l A Lyon the leading insur alice went of Eastern Kentucky was here Saturday looking after his business Another splendid ice harvest is oil hand and a number of houses are being tilled with fine ice near ly six inches thick Misses Annie Ringo and Adie Potts were guests of the form ers sisterMrs F P Tracy at Stanton Thursday We received a communication or two this week from different parties which was crowdedout for want of space School opened up Monday a t grain after a vacation during the holidays The attendance is larg er than it was before Christmas 4 Thos A Combs a former mer chant of this county who was e i i looted mayor of Lexington lust Jpvembcr was inaugurated Mon f2 sj tflij i Will Arthur of Millers Crpek who bought Olill Shimfessels store and tie business at that place is down with smallpox at his home Judge W T Webb who sold his building on Sixth ave last week moved Friday into the Duncan property in the eastern portion of town- Smallpox d has broken out at Irvine and Beattyville The ant thorities at each place are using great precaution To keep the disease from spreading A number of our subscribers have conic in since the beginning of the new year and settled old accounts and gave us renewals To all such persons we are extremely thankful I Mrs Marion Williams of near I Virden who has been down for some months with consumption continues fo make no improve I mont and the end seems to he nearE Congress reconvened at Washington Monday and the Legislature is also in session at Frankfort This will furnish time newspapers with plen ty of newsmatter The bird law expired last Friday January 1st Sportsmen vliu wore among them the last few days of the laws privilege I ally the flocks were very scarce and each nock contained but few birdsJohn Y Harris of KimbrHI was transacting business in the city Tuesday Ho said his mot er Mrs Martha Harris who is eeryy old is in poor health and seems to be gradually growing 11 arser p I The TIMES has secured a nice yearly advertisement from the wellknown highclass millinery dry goods notions and clothing stole of Mrs J W Williams Watch its appearance each week during the year 1004 The new seats for the Christian Church havo arrived and have been stationed in tho now church building Alurgo stove has belm placed near the center of the room so the house is now very comfortably warmed and seated Improved Service The L A passenger train will shortly be run from Beatty yule under a now scedule The train will leave Beattyvillo at 745 u m und return at 415 p in The morning train will con nect at Richmond and Versailles with the L Nand Louisville Southern for Louisville and Cincinnati A mail clerk will be put on the train which will great ly improve time moil facilities a long the road To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets Mr J II Seitz of Detroit Mich says Theyrestored my appetite when impared relieved me of n bloat ed feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels There are people in this community who need just such a medicine For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Every box war ranted Time new Council members of Clay City Messrs 0 W Barnett Durrett White B Littlepage II 0 Warmouth and Noah Rose were sworn into office Monday night and held their first meeting last night a full report of which will appear in our next issue 0 M Bro vingg general passen ger agent of the L d A has re tired this placo will he filled by Ham R Smith mIr Smith is an old newspaper man being one of the publishers of the Irvine Moun tain Sentinel ten yeas ago He is a native of Estill county and a deserving young man Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is bet ter than a plaster for a lame duck and for pains inthe side or chest Pain Balm hns no superior as a lin iment for the relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Death of Mrs Rupard Mrs Bessie Rupard wifo of Edd Rupard died at the home of her father George Lewis Friday of Consumption aged 20 years The remains were buried at Col lege Hill Madison county fu neral services being held by Rev Geo Froh She was a most Ivoe ly lady and her death will be la mented by a wide circle of friends and relatives Winchester Democrat Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamber hums Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indica tion of the disease appears and a threatened lit tuck may be warded off Hundreds of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect success For sale byall dealers in patent medicine Caleb Powers and Jim Howard two condemned murderers of i I Y Gov Qoobelnpw in the Louisville jail are said to have received more valuable presents during the holidays than any other pair in Kentucky A glass or two of water taken half an hour before breakfast will usually keep the bowels regular Harsh cathartics should be avoid ed When a purgative is needed take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are mild and gentle in their action For sale bv all dealers in patent medicine Postmasters Mistake About the 1st of November we received instructions to change Mr John W Vaughns paper from Phoenix to Qila Bend Ariz which wo promptly did and not ed hisre lOyal to the latter place in these columns Wo last week received a complaint from Mr Vaughn who is still at Pomix and wants the paper sent there Wo are always thankful to postmas ters when they inform uscorrect ly of a change in a subscribers address but such blunders as above is both annoying to us and our subscribers We image re cently had trouble of the same nature nt Bloomington 111 and several other places A Timely Suggestion This is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenishes tier supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is certain to be needed before the winter is over and results are much more prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at handand given as soon as the i cold is contracted und before it hps become settldis in the system In almost every instance aseverytold may be ward ed off by takintTUiis remedy freely us soon asthc rst indication of the told spar ierols no danger in giving it to hildren for it contains no hurlhrisuhlltoDces It is pleasant to adults and children tu1ehOth it and you will get the always cures For sale by in patent medicineS J Andersoli is confined to his room with pntmmonin ilr How to Prevent Croup It will be gnod news to the mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented Time first sign of croup is hoarsness A day or two before the attack the child becomeshoarse This is soon fol lowed by a peculiar rough cough Give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy freelyas soon as the chil becomes hnarse or even aftertime rough cough ap pears and it wI dispel all symp toms of croup In this way all dan ger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is used by ninny thousands of mothers and has never been known to fail It is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon und that is pleas ant and safe to take For sale by all dealers in patent med- icinereeHoIida4I I Games60 different gamesall new one in each of Lion Coffee I at your Grocers F l INSURE WITH P A LYON SON The Loading Xumiraitco in lihitftoni Kentucky Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they ure leaders in this line Startling Facts J A Ee BARNETT i 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 a Paper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon 1 Bringon 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 23 repprtrrlt br 11 na a MrsAn 554 real nI It At rig div i rapnri AW- IlOLliE SEQ CO IIQ Vsai 31110 Fl t I u J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY CleanA Nice Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing undall kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in ConneotionI 50 Free Trial Dont fail to give him oallI lIp thi6EAS1 ro- cLV Rarer 11011 YurxUfgrtlrYliwn fdnoata qfOR A- SltlntlcL IhoTpWrltlng y Telegraph I or l 4dde WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tor circular of bli famoni tad rupomltl COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Hedal at World EzpctlUon pomtionaCOat lion IJooki and hoard to family about 90 Telegraphyspeelallhb uata Literary free dM1re4 OrlPtc1l1ltueeeeatulIWILBUR RSMITH Lexln3tonKy H A LTH1 keephOIlIDraught We hue used it In the family for orer two years with the best of results I have not had a doctor la the home for that length of time nIl n doctor In Itself and always ready to make a person well and happ7JAIiESUALLfacken- r111e Ill Because this great medicine relieves stomch pains frees the constipated bowels IUIdinvigor- ates the torpid wc ened kidneys No DOCTOR to necessarrln thehoriw fhdro iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthfortheir only doctor Thedfords Black Drwftht cotes bilious andfeverlbaduaa colic andalmost everr other ailment bowelslivertrol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS DLMti DRAUGHT- U 51 51Stci The Sunny South FREEHowto 1 t A POSTAL CARD SenttoAvcosts one antwill bring to you Aneyoul six neighbors whose names and addresses you send a- sChe Sunny Southfor the current Issue Send only Heads of Families This Is the South Great Literary Weekly published at Atlanta Ga only 50 teats a year Circulation now over 75000 The sanplt copy you recelv will mike you a regular Sunny South Reader The paper Is not devoted to news but literature Stf romance fact and fiction and rives the best jg of all within this wide fold The most noted southern writers are among Its contributors 5 Two rood serials are always In progress from pens of national fame 55 Ca Sunny South teemswlth 31 the lift of the great south The genial sun Jjfcthlne warns everything Into activity and 35 the season Is never cold enough to check Hit Se hand of Industry The paper comes fragrant 3y with the breath of the magnolia and pine and I 5 gives out the very air of the orange palm fi and bay The beauty and pathos the Sj romance and mystery of the land where the i 35 corn stores up the golden sunshine and P2 the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be V irrwta In the wellfilled columns of this fascinating weekly Vat Seftd On a Poatal Card the 2 names and addresses of six of your neigh t K bon who would appreciate the opportunity to r 25 read a copy of The Sunny South and one 4sample will bt nailed tree to each 6 Address All Commaniettivu to 5hQ sunny South Atlanta Ga Abt tFt lY FALL 1003 L TREES TREES1 BT THE MILLIOK1 Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines mil fruits Evergreens Rhubarb Aspar y agar and everything for Orchard lawn and Garden Ho agents but rest Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to t H F HilleiYmeyer Sons Both Phone LEXINGTON KY X 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADZ MARKS OCSIONS u COItYRIGHTS ate f1alonesend ir eteb and deertPUon may tree wbether e0 probabletenI1mmnnltaetionstrtelllponddeatlala t ee Oldest ecartq y At eo np- actlauatkekwithoutobaraaeeInt e Sdtitti ll Ahandsomely miJtnttelk Trant dN mlatlon ot any IeIIIDWlcMoDrnll aerma s a- f 1b7aJllleWldeaJen Yorktr f toy a Genet hristm s is over and some 1hiv em glad of it Ki Spencer of Rocky Glen gave the young folks an old fashion 1 hoedown on Dec 81st Mrs Randall Handks and daughter Miss Ida were visiting Miss Add Martin last Monday John Mullens gave the young folks a dance The yung sins all wentand a good many old dullsV 0 Martin made a trip to Gritters Ridge last Monday in the interest of some Mexican veterans i Plenty of persimmons some apples an a rite smart of the crathur was in evidence during the holidaysIJohn P Orahtree gave a social hop on the 29 which was a grand success Green Adams the not ed violinist was pleased V 0 Martin says there are more people this year than he over saw and pine knots are the poorest in many years G M Knox and wife of Knox Ky J H Mullens and wife of Lombardand John Mullens and wife were guests of V 0 Martin and family on the 27th A suspicious looking character in human guise passed through this neighborhood last week No 0110 knew from whence he came or whether he goeth Some say it was the fool killer The writer will say if it was he that he was in the wrong Baliwick to find victims The writer made a business trip to Stanton the 28th There we meta number of our friends from a distance Among them we found P H Howell Wm Howell Frank Crow of Vinton Squire Swango Alf Holman W G Law Edwin Rose A H Nor ton and W G Frazier the two last named being our curteous Circuit and County Clerks and all seemed to be enjoying them selves finely which we were glad to see 4 Rice Station Quincy Johnson tie inspector is here Ed Hendrix of Millers Creek was here this week L W Barnett Road Master of L A passed through here today Cush Martin has been called as pastor for the Reformed church here J W Parson D D has been called as pastor for Panola Bap tist church Prof French has enengl1ged to teacha class of vocal music at our school house Rev J J Edwards the moun tain evangelist is very sick and not expected to live Rev R L Brandenburg has been called as pastor for Vinoy Fork Baptist church Thomas White who felloft the train near Panola died with out regaining consciousness- W H Hinds solid his farm a few weeks ago to William Fin ney of Shelbyville Price 580 The infant daughter of Jake White died last Friday Burial at Bowcn grave yard Saturday morning WagersvillosPont in JTTurpin last week Come 1 i1 Y I again Tom Eld J T Turpin will leave Friday for Clay City to be gone several days and while gonewill visit Lexington Winchester and Jackson in the interest of the mission work which he has un dertaken with his pastorial work Here is to tlia success of the TniES May she soar above the clouds of disaster and fly into our honed every Friday as it hits in the past May it prosper more in the fuftire than it JiM in the past May tlft editor bo spar ed a long tirosf o us the home news 0 J Bowen I 0 O JFinll organize a lodge hero at ahjearly date Campbell Brio of Xena was down Wednesday on business Sam Boone will move into the house vacated by Jeff Meadows Alvin FortnerJof Stanton was here Tuesday on a business mission Thomas lIam ent to Winchester Tuesday on1a Bhoppihg expe dition t F G PoweWf Xena was here to Mont gomery county wk Joel Ohenaul who has been confined to his bed for a long time is no better Mr Jacob Meadows lost a good work mule this week from hem orrhage of the lungs Mr and MrsGhirley Ewen of Clay City are visiting the lat tes parents thiseek J Harvey HoW of Vinton ropertyhero Fred Leapera l family left Tuesday for Mus ogee I T to make that their future home Jell Meadows ailed family left last week for gston county to make that theirfuturo home This zero weather is good on the ice harvesters and they should remember that there is some sul try days ahead Mr Geo Meadows and Miss Maggie Townsend had the nup tial knot tied Christmas Eve by Dr I T Rogers Esp Townsend vivas called to Stanton Tuesday tq ptlIciate the marriage ceremony ftp Francis Charles and Josie Sums both of near Spout Spring Born to the wife of Thos Hat ton a fine Democrat = Wm Beck ham Mr and Mrs Albert Ew en are also the glad parents of a bouncing boy There are some parties here that are selling whiskey on the sly and we would be glad if sonic one that hasftlie proper au thority would look this mattpr upJRobt Baker oujofthe firm of A Hall Co haBsold out his interest to the other parties of the firm and will move to Mont gomerycounty when the weather opens up It has been rumored that there has been a large panther caught near Dundee bytho bravado Stephen Deohart Will some cousin tell us througltltltis paper if it is true s Mrs Sylvia Russells school gave a grandelltorJainmentinc- onnection with the Christmas tree Christmas Eve tatithe Bap tisfic urchAll present seemed to enjoy the feastw presents F4 MACHINE SHOP ILL KINDS Of Machinery Repaired We Keep ID Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hoe and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 6 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others printedisL T CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY Commissioners Notice Powell Circuit Court 0 G AtsrnrrPlaintiff vs Wsf SIIIMFFHSEL Admr Pefcntant Notice is hereby given that I well on Tuesday after the 2nd Monday In Jan unry 1904 begin my sitting at my ofllco In the Court House in Stanton Ky to hear proof of claims against the estates of Frank ShimfcBsel and Jesteen Shinifessel deceased and all persons having claims against said estate will please to file them with me on or before said date ROMULUS JACKSONM 0 C 0 F Spencer Attorney for Win ShimfcBsel Mr Martin Drake our Ifust ling merchant has just returned from a chnse after Mart Robins who tried to jump a large account but was overhauled nt Aberdeen Ohio and made come to terms A wise man can keep silent but a fool cannot Rev Irl R Hicks 1904 Almanac The Rev Irl R tucks Almanac for 1904 is now ready It will be mailed to any address for 30 cents It is surprising how such an elegant costly book can be sent prepaid so cheaply No family or person is prepared to study the heavens or the storms and weather in 1904 without this wonderful Hicks Al manac and Prof Hicks splendid paper Word and Works Both are sent for only one dollar a year Word and Works is among the best American Magazines Like the Hicks Almanac it is too well known to need further commenda tion Few men have labored more faithfully for the public good or found a warmer place in the hearts of the people Send orders to Wonn AND WOKKB Pun LIPHINO Ca2201 Locust St St Louis Mo A noble failure is better than a disreputable success Taken up Estray Token up astray pale red heifer calf ubout 5 months old in good living ianntmy place near Tiptons Feriy Owner proving property can have same by paying charges J N Burgher Desirable House for Sate We bavedistedwithus desira ble twostory residence with four 25 x 120 feet lots located in the upper portion of town This house contains 7 roome with the required outbuildings Is a nice home for some one with little money For particulArs CAll At this office Don t forget this ofllcoAylionyou nced any kind of Job Printing r f t THE t Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED S H WiTiiEnsrooN Pres 3 t Capital Stock 200 OOOISurplus 200 JOiWe solicit the accountsof individuals firms and corporations 848 Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prone 7f Table supplicffwith the beat the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 100 per day M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER = CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Dolts Meal always on hand Grinds for ono sixth tole Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 1 1902 EASTBOUND No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Daily ox Sun Stations Pm AM Lv Lexington 325 745 Winchester 8510 825 L E Junction 322 837 Olny City 350 018 41 Stanton 400 i23 14 Natural Bridge 431954-U Torrent 440 1008 44 BeattyvilleJuneCm 1020 44 0 dkKJunct 011 MSO ArTncMon063r llJsSO WESTBOUND Nq8 No t1t Dallyox Sun Stations I M Ai in Lv Jackson 22S 25 44 0 K Junct 2 30 0 20 44 BeattyvilleJunc820 726 4 Torrent 347744-I Natural Bridge 401 8014 Stanton 430 828 4 Oltvv Oitv HID 837 c LE Junction fi0 010 44 Winchester B20 2- 3ArJoxlngton605 1010- NosSand 4 make close connections for Cannel City and points on the 0 K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L A E junction with 0 t 0 for 3ItSterling and local points Nos 1 and 2 connect at Beatty ville Junction with L A for Beatty ville dailj except Sunday J R BARR OitAR SCOTT Gen MnnnJterGen Pass Agt rE E WEST With SrnIDOnS llathafe St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses sMEATSMALT TNa IDEM TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life tmA Stree lh In Every Drop A scientific comMnatton of the tajcntUl- eoastUuoJta of 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