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F- x I 1 +At J 1r J iilfcir ifeiir tJ Vt j V ittV F 1 k j 11 4t le ai oIJ It THE LAY jCTTY TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Snrroonding Country and ourselves J E Burgher Publisher YOJ 0 I CLAY CITY KY JTHURSDAY JANUARY 28 1904 NO4 Narrow Escape of Passenger TrainI The east bound passenger train on the L S E Tuesday evening narrowly escaped a fatal wreck on the Beattyvillo bridge The section gang was replacing the ties on the bridge but had neg lected to spike them down When the train which was running at a very ritpid gait got on the bridge it began to rock from one side to the other Passengers were jolt ed from their seats the conduc tor was knocked to the floor and the whole train came in an ace of topling off the bridge The whole of the neglectful crew has been reported Lynched One of Their Race Lewis Radford a negro char feed with murdering negro wo man at Guthrie Saturday night was lynched by a mob of his own race The mob shot Rad ford to pieces in jail hanged his body to atree and quietly dis persed The body of the mur dered woman was found on the roadside Eld J A Webb whohas just returned from a twoweeks trip in the mountains reports nine ca RCS of smallpox in the family of Hon George W Oalimese of Lee county The sick are all convalescent Mr Oalimese will be remembered as a prominent politician of Eastern Kentucky vas a few years ago a strong Democratic candidate for nomination of his party for Congress Sash Flooring Celling nTn Stairways and Store Fronts Mandamus Proceedings 0 B George Bro have brought suit against the Mayor Oity Olerk and members of the Winchester Oity Council asking the Circuit Court to compel these officials to issue a saloon license to the applicants In 1806 the wholecounty went dry North Winchester precinct in 1890 vot for saloons and since that time have flourished until the present council was elected and the members have refused to grant liquor licenses of kind Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bob bitt of Bargerton Tenn saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this hour Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle Immediate relief and continued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guar anteed Bottles 50e and 100 Trial Bottles Free at SwannDay Lbr Cos The Town Board of Thustees of Jackson has decided to grantas manY Jasthr saloon licenses within the corporate limits The antisaloon advocates threaten an f Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are HeretA 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 10 suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should spe 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 C Shimfessels cccL J lE6IANEE MFG Co Winchester Ky We Manufacture doors Blinds Weatherboardins V das Pickets Shingles Kto ed any terrible trough its injunction you We are Headquarters for Building Parser Felt Roofing I Flintoid Roofing and Etc Send us Your Estimates Proms Shipments 5 I Roll of ii W at the Clay City Grad led School Princl roomKatie Tip ton Ada Johnson Mary Shim fessel Butler Heron First assistants room Viola Courtney Eydia Wescott Carrie B McPhersonl1Charlie Wescott Lillie Bails Grace Baker Ve nal Roseqertrud Littlepage Allen Rose Garrett Moore Jon- nie Littlepage Joel Evans Primary room Boxy Akers Lewis Barker Gardner Shimfes sel Bethel Ycbb Sallie Fletch er Gertrude Rose Mabel dial fin Lena demons Crate John son Fred Ngjvkirk Charlie Bai ley Henry White Vernon Neal Harvey Neal John Wescott To pher BaileypLonny Hogan 0- I L4BI EXTENSION Every indication points to greater developments in the Can- nel coal fields Breathitt county this year than ever before said a wellknown eastern Kentucky capitalist while talkjnor to a number of friends at the Phconix hotel last nightDuring the past six months a great deal of ihcoal land lying on the Quick Sanda small tributary stream to the JJKentucky river in eastern Dr liitthns changed hands and chased by persons who are believed to be the agents ofatha LvSingtw r Eastern vflaiju road company sfc lilt is believed pow that before this time next y rthis company will have begun ah extension of its road from Jackson to reach the Quick Sand coal fields and thence eastward to the Q 0 railroad up the Big Sandy Such a line would give a direct eastern outlet for the products of the mines in eastern Kentucky for the eastern market which hlls een so much de sired I do not believe the L k E people contemplate ever building their road eastward to join the N A W but I think it is an assured fact that the roadtwill be extended on eastward to th Quick Sand coal fields and that theTwork will saidheLexingtonDemocrat Domestic Troubles It is exceptionalto 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 theirgreat work in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 2lic at SwannDay Lbr Gos store A vein of gold has been dis covered in Elliott county and a Northern Company of 500000 capital will develop same at once The mine is saidto be rich A Very Close Call Istuok to my engine although every joint ached andevery nerve was racked with pain writes O W Bellamy a omotivefireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to rive up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt ns well as lever did in my life Weak sickly run down people al ways gain new life strength and vigor from their Juse Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Swann Day Lbr Co Pri eoO cents f I 4AIG1M Gen John B Oordon A grief has fallen on this na tion A cloud of somber hue has thrown its ebon shadow athwart the sunny face of the warmhearted generous Southland Legions of iron tongues from numberless majestic steeples and heavy tow ers have proclaimed a message of such solemn import as to fill with unspeakable sadness Dixies sun soulA spirit the idol of his own beloved South the pride and admiration of every patriotic soul throughout this great Republic has answered the last roll call and passed from earth to the eternal camping ground of the immortals Gen John B Gordon is no more When the wargods bugle call rang out in 01 true to his con victions and loyal to his kindred and his people Gen Gordon drew his sword in their behalf and with a valor unsurpassed in the annals of the worlds most san guino struggles on many a bloody field of battle won renown To him the cause of the Confederate States was a sacred one and un der the Stars and Bars he led his comrades into the very jaws of death No braver soldier ever drew the battle blade no truer heart espoused a righteous cause When Grant and Lee struck ha1 l8tt Appomattox he Jsnev the cause for which he fought was lost and like the gallant Knight he was accepted the inevitable bowing submissively to the pow ers of the conqueror General Gordon achieved dis tinction in other fields than war At the fireside in the forum in the Senate Chamber of the grand est republicof the ages his eloquence plead the cause of human rights and left its impress on the pages of his countrys thrilling story His pure and noble life his matchless valor and lofty pa triotism will over be an inspira tion to those who would achieve an imperishable name upon the pages of American history The state which gave him birth guards his ashes and a t weeping nation mourns his loss Above his mound yet some remaining years alike the Blue and the Gray will scatter fragrant flowers and drop as children of a common grief affections tender tear Durrett White in Richmond Climax At a Dance A special from Winchester Tuesday says At a dance at the residence of William Green in this county Charles Bentley and John Sharp fell out over some trial affair and Sharp shot Bently through the bowels in flicting a fatal wound Sharp went for the doctor for the wounded man and then surrendered He is now in jail here a waiting trial T 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 Bucklens Arnica Salve ilkill the pain andcure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too25C at SwUnh Day Lumber Cue 1 r 4 z Tricky Tom Tliarp was killed I at Lee City Monday by Matt Sloan over a game of cards SHOE SHOP Opposite J D Caton Store I am prepar to make and re pair Boots and Shoes and also mend anything in the Rubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular wor days in each week nONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky a The Balance = = Wheel Look inside our watch a moment The balance wheel is making 18000 vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug J gish theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles in a year andIrequires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs that little badly The leHst degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch 1 in order for a year It will pay andtJ satisfy you vVEBi3 the Jeweler r I CLAY CITY t V The many little ways tin which it you could economizeit you only tried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters We receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest com pounded every six months on yourIsavings 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 PROFESSIONAL CARDS 10- I Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY ICY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CW Off GOOD FLOUR Is the foiin ntiun of eijmfcsf ill Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking longIng good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat takes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TRIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home RCMansfieldSon HOSSITN KY x SPOUT SPRINQ Mr Joseph P Wright has been qiite ill this week Several from this place attend ed court at Winchester Mon dayD McKinney visited his daughter Mrs W S Niblack near Flanagan Sunday Pastof J O Crawford filled his stand at the Methodist church Sunday morning and preached a very interesting sermon R7ri Grnvett Luis Fold his farm across the river and all his personal property and has moved to Hudson 111 to make that state his future home Sis son Al bert has been out there for sonic timeAt Winchester court Monday T S McKinney of this place sold a pair of sixyearold mules for 330 Jas F McKinney sold one for 110 and another for 120 J B Wiseman sold one for 85 and Abner Wiseman sold one for00 Elder J J Edwards III Elder J J Edwards one of the oldest and best known Baptist mine isters in the State who has been in failing health for some time is very ill at his home at Winston Estill county Elder Edwards preached at Sa lem church for a good while many years ago He also organizedthe church at Powells Valley in 1882 and served this church is pastor as long thereafter as he was able to attend them A Phenomenal Case f Miss Janie Farris the young lady who caused such a sensation neara Huston villo recently on accountpf her spiritualistic performances has been heard from again Lately she has been suffering from total blindness and for hourswould sit without being able to see a ray of light While in this conditioji a few days ago she called Mrs Far ris and told her that her spirit mtoher has said to rub camphor on her eyes and she would see again The camphor was im medatelyapplicd and her vis ion was restored in less time than it takestotell it Danville Ad vocate Dr L S Redwino of Jackson has been reappointed Superin tendent of the EastertyKontucky Insane Asylum r L THEi rIMEs IUIIUSHKUlEVEUY THUIISUAY I J E Hunjhcr Publisher V f Subscription Rates 50 Center year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass null mutter Thursday Jan 28 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 CourierrJbiirnal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 75 u Home and Farm 75 Editor Spencer Cooper of the Hazel Green Herald has an nounced a candidate for State Senator from his district L T Hovrmale editor of the French burg News has announced a candidate for delegate from the Tenth Congressional district to the National Democratic convention at St Louis July 0 Senator C F Burnnm has introduced a liilHin the Senate appro printing 50000 for the purpose of establishing n hospital fur the in sane at Beattyville The asylums of this State have been crowded for sore time nnd there is no doubt but what more room is needed for the eaeof these unfortunate be ings but it is a question whether it is advisable to establish a new institution of this Kind or provide more room in those already established The capital question is forev er settled in Kentucky The ap propriation of 81000000 for the building of a new capitol at Frankfort which passed the Leg islature settles the question in Frankforts favor The question that comes up next is the site for the new buildings A new site will likely be selected as the present buildings will be needed to conduct the official business of theStnte during tho erection of the new buildings if the old ones are torn down It is estimated that it will take five years to complete the buildings and during this time the records must He securely kept and two sessions of the legislature must convene and it is stated that no other buildings in the cityare adequate The bridge question is stilt be ing urged by till our people and sooner or later it must be built The town is losing valuable trade every day the matter is delayed People have become tired of hav ing to walk into town during tides and crossing deep old mud dy fords at other times Tile town is amply able and should build the bridge For some time it seems the council has been waiting on the county to help in the matter This it has refused to do and is apt to continue to dor The bridge would boa mark of enterprise for our city besides the unbounded benefIts to be de rived from it for time town and surrounding country The council should take stops to ascertain the probable cost of such astruct ure and forward the movement at once If the bridge should be located at the proper point we believe a nice sum could bo raised forthis purpose by rprivatb subscription Lets all whoop the matter up for money jbeiag lost 4auytime delay X G W Loaj State Treasurer during the Bradley udminiejration luis announced a candidate for del egate froth the State at large to the Republican National convention at Chicago Jun 21- Congressmtmn Hopkins lias in troduced a bill in Congress allowing Spencer Cooper editor of the Hazel Green Herald and the pioneer newspaper man of Eastern Kentucky a pension of 00 per month H r hoping that Bro Cooper will succeed in getting ev ery cent provided for in the bill Town Destroyed in Alabama The town qf Mound ville Ala was struck by cyclone last welt and completely demolished and twentyeight nple killed out right and 100 injured The cy clone scattered fragments of houses household goods and oth er property over a section of ma ny miles in extent I 100 Reward 100 The readersof this paper will bo pleased to leurn that there is ut least one dreaded disease that Sci ence has been ublo to cure in ill its stages and that js Catarrh Hulls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fra ternity Catarrh beinga constitu tional disease requires a constitu tional treatment Hallss Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting die rectly up the blood and mucous surfaces of the systeoi thereby destroying the foundation ot the dis ease and giving the patient strength by building uptlie constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in itsbwatt4K raythatihey of fer one Hundred uoiiara for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY d Co Toledo Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best J Our Representative Robert Blackburn has introduced a bill providing for plugging of aban doned oil andsalt nvolls 0 House For Sale Cottage of four rooms in good re pair with four lots in western por tion of town foodvhter conveni ent FUANK JOHNSON Your leak0 When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have If you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc If you have rain In your left side In chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities pale face bluo lips ttry cough swollen ankles Itou have fainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of the face discomfort In sleeping on one side Tho only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles laDr Miles Now Heart Cure Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is tho prescription of a famous specialist whose great success hj treating obsti nato nervous heart dlscaVe has made hls name preeminent In the medical and scientific world Tho medicine will cure you We know It We wait you to provo It If first botUo does not benefit your druggist will give you back your mortoy attimesbad I could not sleep the night thebedof my brothers havo died of heart trou thesnmowayago I got a pamphlet about Dr Mlles wouldtryrecovered nnd havo had better health since then than before for several years torhenrttroubloBaptist Church Hurt Kans TVrlto to us + for Free Trial AntiISpecialist will diagnose your case tell youwhatls wrong nnd how to rig tIt COIt- J Our Great Semi=Annual and Mid=Winter Sale Is now on in Full Blast Every article in our entire stock of MERCHANDISE will be subject to reduction in price andsome lines will bo cut very close as we are going to make some changes in several lines of goods that ire carry Ladies and plisses Cloaks will be sold at prices that will insure their going We only have u few and we dont aim to havoany left to carry over till next year and if prices will move them they are sure to go We still have abqut 40 suits of Mens Clothing to closeout at some price We are quitting the Clothing nnd are making attractive prices on what we have left to move it Our Shoe Glean up In this we are closing all broken linesall discontinued lines all odds nndendElof Shoes ut surprisingly low prices In our regular stock of Shoes we will make sweeping reductions on everythings in Mens Womens Boys Girls und Childrens Shoes in order to make some big changes in our Shoe DepartmentI China and Glassware will be no exception and the same low prices will prevail in this department There are exceptional values to be had in some or these things Coupons given on all Sales and redeemable in your own selection of Chinaware I Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky I Littlepage Son I DRUGGISTSIt Clay City Ky ft tPatent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc t Prescriptions carefully compounded it t Htt + t+ 3+ 334 + tHHt +33 1JMJ41JMXJ The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are lUnd When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed s v MANUFACTURE BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY r J 00 Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 t I r J j R H CURTIS c I Leader in l General Merchandise and Country Produce Spout Spring Kentucky J Your Patronage Solicited j w tHE TIMES o t V AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER h THURSDAY JAN 28 1904 f fa LOCAL BREVITIES y Mr and Mrs N R Swope vise ited friends at Bowen a few days this week The planing mill and handle factory which started up last week have closed down againI The mild weather of last week I was changed Saturday to another very cold spell and the same is still with us Elders J T Turpin and T P Edwards of Estill county were here Saturday enroute to Bowen whore they held services Sunday Mrs Wm Morton of Bowen visited her sister Mrs R W Garrett who is suffering a severe attack of rheumatism Friday and Saturday Photographer John W Henry subscribes for the TIMES and sends it to his friend Mrs Pattie Ewell of Chromo Colo Good example for others to follow and receive a vote of thanks from friends 1John Pearl of the London Dem ocrat was in town from Saturday till Sunday Mr Pearl is a very popular gentleman and is con nected with one of the best pa pers in the 11th district A 0 Berry of Union City Madison county has recently moved to Burlington Kansas Mr Berry is wellknown to a number of our readers who wish him well in his now home I atThe Citizens Bank has opened for business at Sharpsburg with a capital of 15000 A B Slaugh ter of Owen countylis cashier This makes the 120th bank cash for furnished by Sweet Owen Cashier Cox of Clay City Nation al being one of the number There was a pretty bad wreck on the LkC E road at the L E Junction on Monday evening I and the passenger train coming from Winchester had to run overI the 0 R 0 track to the Junction causing the train to reach here about an hour late Of late we frequently receive complaints front many of our subscribers stating that they are not receiving their paper regularly The paper is mailedon each Thursday promptly and timbre is no cause on our part for the delay and nondeliver of the paper as we certainly do our work faithfully Jesse B Norton of Millers Creek now a soldier in the U S army spent Tuesday with tho family of Mr and Mrs Durrett White West Clay City Young Norton who has recently been stationed in Havanna Cuba is now on his way to Camp McKinley Maine the present quarters of his company He is a son of I H Clay Norton a veteran of the civil war Miss Eva Mastin who has beenjI visiting with relatives and friends in Clay City came hone on last 1IfillerwIntII tip his duties at the SwannDay band mill The Mom is full of logs at that point and shipments are received from Natural Bridge almost daily Mr Miller will t probably remain at Clay City until the local mill resumes opera tion JBeatty ville News Crap Shooting An epidemic f a malady in in the vernacular of the sporting fraternity known as crap shoot ing seems to have recently ap peared in a virulent form in our city Several arrests by our host ling chief of Police Oapt Ed Warmouth have been made and others are to follow shortly The parlors of city bastile are rapidly being filled to theirfull capacity The register of the institution bears tho signatures of several prominent localsports A Pleasant Social A rag tackitig party was given by Mrs Tom Kirk on 3rd Ave on the night of the 27th inst Among the guests assembled were Mr and Mrs Edward Rose Miss Sarah Back of Jackson Miss Mary W White Mr James Kincaid and Mr Charley Mize Mr Edward Rose was awarded first prize as best tacker and Mr 0 Mize won first honors as cham pion ball winder The snag tainment closed with a grand oltlfnshionlkind their respective homes with sweetened recollections of this pleasant event MARRIAGES Mr R E Tipton of Montgomery county and Miss Mary Coyle of Richmond were married in the Phoenix Hotel at Lexington Thursday Jan 21 Mr Tipton is a prosperous farmer and is a native of Estill county where ho has numerous extendingI at her home oil Hardwicks Creek To Improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J H Seitz of Detroit Mich says Theyrestored my appetite when impared relieved me of a bloat ed feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels There nre people in this community who need just such a medicine For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Every box war ranted Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is better than a plaster for a lame lack and for pains in the side or chest Pain Balm has no superior as a lin iment for the relief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For tale by all dealers in patent med icine Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first Indication of the disease appears nda threatened attack 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 by all dealers in patent medicine The Methodist Revival The protracted meeting at time Methodist church did not close at the Methodist church last Wednesday night as stated in the TIMES and as announced by 8erI ng this time had made Mo 0111Wednesdny j two additions to time church This encouraged Pastor Crawford and Rev Porter to continue their la bors here until Sunday night which resulted in several acces sions to ijie church The ordinance of Baptism was adminis tered by sprinkling Sunday night In the Hands of Uncle Sam Ed Sams and Grant Farthing were taken in custody by reve nue officers at Bowen Monday charged with violating the inter 1U icvonrq laws 0DIED Mrs Teriipie Tuttle wife of Thomas Tuttle Esq died at her home in Clark county near Dun aways Friday Jan 22nd She leaves her husjband and two children Mrs Tuttle was formerly Miss Oldham a step dl1 ghter of Mr John Henderson who several years ago sold goods in Walters ville and owned and lived where Hon 0IV Russell now resides 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 mildand gentle in their action For sale ball dealers in patent medicine A Timely Suggestion This is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenishes her 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 hand and given as soon as the cold is contracted and before it has become eettlde in the system In almost every instance a severe old may be ward ed oft by taking tins remedy freely as soon as the fir indication of the cold appears Those is no danger in giving it to children for it con thins no harmful substances It is pleasant to take both adults and children like itBuy it and you will pet the best ylt always cures For sale byall dealers in patent medicine v How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to the moth ers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croup ishhoarsness A duy or two before the attack the child becomeshoaree This is soon followed by a peculiar rough cough Give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough cough appears and it will dispel all symptoms of croup In this wayall dan ger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is usedby many thou sands of mothers and has never been known to fail It is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon and tlmt is pleas ant and safe to take For sale by all dealers in patent medicine rreeffolidly sbo different gamesall new one in eaCh package of Lion Coffee I of your Grocers 0 JL INSURE WITH P A LYON Set SON The LoadIng Insurance Agents of ISuHtoru lrontuoltyOver 200000000 Represented Every ono who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line tattling Facts I AIE BARNETT 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 from a Paper 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 23 540i upWrit Tan Eo him a call u Mrs Rorerall Mat ud rad tbeppr Se eradlorzpru 1ur nnCI 6ouIAa lire co rte Pa Ae 100411001 gN J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection ttr 1 7 Free Trial Dont fai to give I ItOptn HereI EASYTO CLEAN II At U r Idae te FORA Situation BookKe2pingBusfnessrPH I IbeWILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tor circular of Mn fomocj end responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded BedaX tt World Exposition B fen to Ihu and of graduate In elllon Coat of Vain Builnnu Course InclniUnarlll- tloDlIooltl and lloartl In famll stout C W TclegraplyspocIalUI awarded nannies Literary Oonr efreelf deelnd No vacation UraduatMinoeewfulkeenI order la katt wr rtack tu address onls WILBUR n SMITH SKlr ton Ky nt- I i Try forUeaIth 222 South Peoria StiCHICAOO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months aco I was so ill was compelled 00 or sit down nearly all the time My stomach wan so weak and upset that I could keet on it and I vomited frequently I couldnot urinne great pain anti IC ntjedsomuchthat throat and were raw andsore The doctors pronounced it disease others said it was consumption- It mattered little to me what they called it and I had no desire to live A sister visited ino from St Louis and asked me if I had ever tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it my life I htlieyo many women could save much suffering if they but knew of its value Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans healthand do awoman work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today WIKGHRDUI The Sunny Sout- hFREE11 How to get it I A POSTAL CARD Sent todaycosts one centtulil bring to you and your six neighbors whose names and addresses you send as the Sunny Southfor the current issue Send only 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7 1 yr VirdenIMrs J W Bdker is very ill at this writing Charley Hinds was a Winches ter court day visitor Monday G D Cook sold at Winches ter court Monday seven yearling heifers at 14 per head J G Groves of Georgetown was the guest of his brotherin law 00 Curtis Monday T B Ware viajtedlris daugh ter Mrs Dillard Hughes at Kidd ville from Sunday till Tuesday Sam Patrick of Pilot View visited his sister Mrs Lee Fitz Patrick Tuesday and Wednes day Mrs Nancy Adair died at the home of her soninlaw C 0 Curtis ot this place Wednesday morning Jan 27 at about 080 oclock with a severe attack of Ingrippc aged 88 years Burial at the Virden grave yard today She leaves two living sons and three daughters to mourn her lossDeceased was a member of the Powells Valley Baptist church and was a noble Christian lady I West Bend S a Everman was in Mt Ster ling Monday on business James Roberts was at Stanto- last Tuesday on business D H Eastin of Belknap was here Tuesday on business Herman Everman was in Kidd ville Tuesday on business John Everman and daughter Eocellu are down with fever Born to thewifotof W J Ab ney Friday night the 2 a girl Sant Everman visited his sis ter at Stanton from Saturday un til MondayMrs and son Charles are visiting her son on Hog creek this week Milton Morehead of Winches ter visited his parents hero Sat urday night and Sunday James Roberts and Edward Hinds attended the party at Jas Hoskin at Kiddville Saturday nightThomas Boone sherih of our county and his deputy Alvin Fulkner were here Thursday on business Sage Mr Harvey Pelfroy is improv ing Born to the wife of Mr Edd Wilson a girl on Jan 22A Mr and Mrs Abb Beningfield spent Monda afternoon ta this place Mr Ben Willoughby has about completed his new room to lug dwellingMr Barnes and wife vis ited her brother Mr Jake Neal last week Mr Tuck Mansfield spent Sat urday and Sunday with Floyd and Allen Wills It M Dare is selling his house hold goods and expects to go to Lexington shortly Mr Hamilton Risner is enjoy ing the delights of the city of West Union Ohio Floyd and Ethel Wills enjoyed the day with Reuben and Della WilloughbySunday = Mr W H Poynter of Means stopped here Thursday onJliia way homo frbmsthe city fo jjil son r Mr and Mrs George Abraham left here Saturday for Lexington whore they will make their fu ture home V Mr Andy Wills constable of Montgomery cpuVty visited his parents Mr aid Mrs L G Wills last Fridayand Saturday I Irvlnaltems Irvlnc1rerat1 Bornto l rJand Mrs Eobt Bergman on lasfcSunday a boy chirstened DavidvVeston Mr and MrsJoseph Oldnam of Brassfield are visiting relatives in Irvine this week Joe S Gardner returned yesterday from Jacksonville Fla and will probably locnteinIrvine1 IMrs Lackey fifo of Dillard Lackey died ill1crhrime on Whiteoak Monday Jan 17th of consumption p F McOlain formerly a resident of Irvine now living in Boston Mass is visiting real atives in the coiTnty this week The Ky River Poplar Compa nys mill has undergone a thought ough overhaulingjind is now rea dy for the immense supply of lofs now awaiting n tide yestetlaynfor re as was an nounced last wrack in the HERALD he will boYtarried to Miss O WorM Largest Mule Market It has now cometo be well under stood that Elizutiethtown is the largest mule marks in Kentucky During last wgeK iieroavero nil less than fifteen mdie buyers here from all points in the South and every big nmkta in the South was represented The sales of mules here last week amounted to at leas t 850000 which is a very large bus iness for one week Before the soil son is over somewhere between ffi teen hundred and two thousand mules will be shipped from here All our mule dealers ore feeling ex try good over the market as long profits have been re llzedon all of the sales The top of the market so far has been pudUo Goodin d Kimble of Tonieville and Bond of Vine Grove Theyeach sold a car load for 8200 a head Of course they were extra fine large ones Just now our feeders are scouring all the territorywithin i hundred miles of Elizabethtown in scar h mules but very few are to bethadEliza bethtown News t t Judge James ECantrill has formerly announced His candidacy for Judge of the Conk of Appeals to succeed Judge Burnum in the Fifth district f N FEBRUARY NUMBER New Idea Womans fftlaeazlne An important und timely article in the February number of the NEW IDEA WOMANS MAGAZINE is entitled An American Girl as an English Peeress Itds written by Michael White an Englishman who speaks authoritatively upon that subject and who presents his opinion sattractivejy A second chapter of a symposium called liThe Happiest Day of fly Lifewill find many appreciativereaders A specialarticle upon hnttermaking under the of The Coun try AVomans Friend1ilielDow by Kate V Saint Maur alepracticlo and useful The storinre I bright andinteresting and the entire table of contents is a feast tovboin par takes of its good things aapureed L MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep lij Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose 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