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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c I V Ji It THE LAY PITY TIMESt j L d i 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay CiitpeSarroonling Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1 1904 NO6 Congressional Primary The Democratic comfnitteo for this the Tenth Congressional dis net at Paintsvillo last week and issued a call for a primary elec tion to be held throughout the district on Saturday May 7 next to nominate a candidate for Congress to succeed the incumbent Hon F A Hopkins There are sixteen counties in the district and the primary it is supposed will cost something like 2000 Besides Mr Hopkins the fol lowing gentlemen will be in the race and help to make it a warm one Hon J B White from the neighboring county of Estill G W of Leo 0 H Pollard of Breathitt John E Cooper of Montgomery W O Taylor of Menefee and others Another Suit Against Lumber Co The Eastern Kentucky Mineral and Timber Company has brought suit in the Fayette Circuit Court against SwannDay Lumber Com puny of this city for an accoutr ing of tho proceeds gained from timber sold from 1000 acres of land in Wolfe county The plaintiff company alleges that it owns seven eights of said tract and the defend nut company oneeighth and prays for an accounting of the proceeds from the sale of said timber An Arm Broken J W McIntosh formerly of this place but now an employe 4 of jthe Ly fc E an arm tirokpn atT Indian Field Saturday The door Ceiling Pickets Fronts bones were so badly shattered that the local him to a hospital at Lexington A New Enterprise Rumor has it that one of Pow ells most enterprising firms IL C Mansfield Son pn prietoi8 of the River Roller of Rosslyn Ky are the erec tion of a large uptodate flouring mill in Clay City It SH reported that they arc negotiatng with the Kentucky Union Land Co through representative Mr A S Hen ry for the purchase of the old Forge mill site near Seventh Ave thus utilizing one of the finest water powers in the We should be exceedingly glad to see the of such a in our midst and the manage ment of our esteemed patrons R 0 Mansfield Son In addition we could assure them a hearty welcome on the part of the business people and citizens of City Has Small Pox Marcus Thomas who recently brought the Davis place on the Mt Sterling pike has a case of small pox He has had considerable business in Estill county recently and it is he contracted the disease there as numerous cases exist in that coun Democrat Operator Assassinated While jit his post of t W n RucVdrj night telegraph oper l Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel iC Waldron having 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 Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have ant elegant line of Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish find neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable andyou 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 b 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 yours C Shimfessel rIjbiAP4EE Ky We Marjufacture Sash Flooring funds Weatherboarding Varandas Stairways Shingles and Etc Store physiciantook Red Mills contemplating their StateIconsumption laudable enterprise especially under Clay mild supposed tyWinchester been Fall Respectfully MFG Co Winchester We are Headquarters For Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing v and EtcrSend us Your Estimates Promt Shipments t I ator at Danville was shot dead through thehand The assassin fired through Ilia widdow from the outside The office was rob bed of money and all valuables RetIres from the Firm Mr D M Lbrd of the firm Lord Thomas of Chicago has retired from the firm1 This wellknown advertising agency has been in business for thirty five years and has climbed up tlie ladder until for this year this firm has already booked 750000 in advertising contracts They represent the leading firms of America that advertise so largely The TIJIES has received several con tracts from this firm and has al ways found them to be honorable in their business dealings in every particular Wants Competitive Examination Supt F P Tracy who is con ducting a flourishing subscription school at North Bend was in the city Saturday He requested us to state that his school chulenged the Clay City Graded School and the Stanton scho for a competitive examination in tie studies of grammar and arithmetic the same to be held some time in the near future Prof Tracy who to his e leotion of supe1ntendentof schools was one of the leading teachers in the county and his services have always been indemand He makes specialty of garmmar and arith metic and ihmiese studies he is quite proficients C i n ooleet in a proposedcorn petitive examination is to stimulate the scholars in their studies in the preparation for the examination Planting Walnut Trees The HarrodsburgEerald says Mr M D Matherly sold about thirty walnut logs to a Lou isville firm last Saturday realiz ing a handsome pric He owns 185 acres in the west end worth probably 25 an acre On this land are 1000 young walnut trees that in ten or twelve years will be so valuable that they will pay for the finest bluegrass farm in Mer cer county In talking to a well known lumber man he said it was strange that people do not plant walunt timber as it gets full growth in twentyfive years The fellow who would do the planting may not reap the bene fit but when his estate is wound up these trees will be so valuable as to furnish his heirs an abundant opportunity for litigation over what is left behind TCouncil Meeting The City Council met at the Council Chamber last Wednes day evening with Mayor Terry in the chair and aU councilmen presentThe of the clerk and the treasurer were read and accepted 4 The Marshalls report showing 20 collected on fins bud license was read and received Ah order was passed compell ing all dogs running at large on the streets to lie muzzledor be killed by the Marshall Barnett Rose grid Littlepago were appointed a committee to confer with the citizens to see how much money they would subscribe toward the laying the proposed wetter mftin r r White Barnett and Warmouth were appointed a committee to construct a wire foot bridge a cross Red river near where the old pontoon bridge was the same not to exeed in cost 150 Thb petition of citizens calling for the removal of obstructions across certain streets and alleys which was filed by the old council was reread and White Daniel and Littlepage were ap pointed a committee to confer with the citizens and the parties so obstructing to see if an amica ble settlement could be reached and the obstructions removed The following bills were allow ed Miss Margaret Groves teacher 3000 Miss Ma me Groves 44 44 I J Games principal 6666 A Rucker janitor 500 G1I Goosey January salary 1068 J E Burgher tax receipt books 8 50 Coley Portwood hauling gravel 7 CO- AVm JohnsonII 2125 Grover BarnettII II 9 87 0W Powell work on street C 00 F A insurance 11 03 H 0 Warmouth store acct 1 50 Ed Warmouth Marshalls salarr 3341 Vina Anderson boarding prisn s 5 70 Irvine Items Irvine Herald The Kentucky river has scarce ly been free from ice since Dec 1stLarge flocks of wild ducks are beginning to appear in this sec tion Mrs A D Snowden is con fined to her room with pneu monia irt S Attorney J B White is in Lexington this week on legal business Wm Snowden returned Tues day froniiMontgomery county he has been visisiting relatives for several days The mill will strat up next week and it is reported that logs enoughwill be furnished to run the mill the entire year It is reported unofficially of course that the saloon license has been raised from 250 to 500 by the local broad of trustees The much discussed broad walk in fact so much discussed that everybody seems to be bored has at last been halfway completed r Mr Eb Wilson and family of King visited relatives in Irvine this week Mr Wilson will move to Indian Territory in a short whileIt reported that work has been suspended on the gas well on Whiteoak creek but asssur ance is given that the well has not been entirely abandoned by the company The many friends here of Rev E G B Mann formerly psstor of the local Methodist church will regret to hear of the painful accident which befell him last week in Lexington In attempt ing to alight from a street car he slipped on the icy street and received a broken ankle in the fall He was removed to the hospital where his ankle was placed in a castLast Saturday Mrs Jo S Gardner was preparing to give a bath to her 17monthsold boy when the little fellow upset a bucket of boiling water upon him self severely scalding his face chest and arm His suffering was intense and his life was con lei sidered in jeopardy but good medical attention and faithful nursing having thus fur sustained him it is thought the bright little boy will recov- erSHOE SHOP Opposite J D Eaton Store I am prepared to make andre pair Boots and Shoes and also mendanything in the Rubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular worK days in each week MONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky 0 The Balance Wheel momentThegoodoconditionsomething wrong Itfwill move miles In a year and dropeo badly The least degree altersthe Jmu clean and oil and put your watch J andesatlsfyyou I WEBB theJeweler CLAY CITY ojoooO 64t r + The many little ways in which 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 corn poundedevery six months on ourtsavings We have issued a book let explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon requestI Clay City National BankIClay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS N NMA WN 1NlW4141NPMN1 N1NnMNl11NNMMNNINM Dr C B DICKSON I DENTISTC- LAY CITY KYI R A IRVIN M D d PHYSICIAN AND SUROEONIOCAY CITY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY t GOOD FLOUR Is that onof 6ulcepsful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking The housewife who has been long ing for a flour that combines all the good qualities should tr- yMansfieicls Flour Contains al1 the nutrition of the wheat tMtesgood bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TRIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R Mansfield Son K088LYN KY SPOUT SPRING Asa Todd spent Saturday night with friends at Clay City Mrs Nannie Pryor is visiting her daughter Mrs Josia Charles near Stanton this week Mr and Mrs Herbert Heflin of Ruckerville Clark county are the proud parents of a new son Mrs Heflin was formerly Miss Alice MoKinney of this placeThe river has been up this week and travel between this jplace and Clay City has had to- lgorodddby Harkwjcks Creek two miles further and a much worse road On with the bridge While it was the regular days there was no preachingat Salem Saturday and Sunday there be ing no Regular pastor Aa supply was engaged for January meet lug but he disappointed the peo tI pIe by accepting an invitation and preaching at another point after he had agreed to serve the church here on this occasion A J Curtis had some corn stolen from his crib ole night last week and two nights later they entered the granary of Asa Todd and again carried off some more corn The whole neighbor hood should combine and find out who the lowHung culprits are and give them the full pen arty of the law Sooner or later this will have to be done to put a stop to these petty thieves The Mutual Handle Oompa ny of Clay City started up their saw mill at this place again Tuesday morning The mijl saws only hickory blanks for the han dle factory The mill will complete its job at the present loca tion in a few days when the ma chinery will be moved to Boss Barnetts farm near here and begin sawing in another large jjob Mr and Mrs J hnW Dawson of Heidejbuirg a station on- thtL A road in Leo county visited the latterBtpareht8J Mr arid Mrs W JBarnett the latter part of the week Mr Daw IsuowBenior member of the firm of J W DawBooOO They have a large gqneral store at Heidelburg neat whore they also havoseveral hundred acres of valuable timberdgnd which the firm is now haying worked out THE TIMES PUIILI8HED EVERY THURSDAY r Ed E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail mutter Thursday Feb 11 1904 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub er ribers we Imye arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 A large taxpayer and a lead ing resident of Clay City wits heard to remark one day this week that lie would readily give one hundred dollars as an inducement to pet the City Council to put n bridge across Red river at some point leading into the city j another citizen was heard say lie would give twentyfive dollars and etc Wo believe onethird of the funds necessary to put in I an iron bridge calf be raised by I public subscription Let the cit izens of the towh have a public meeting discuss the matter and start a subsription paper and pe titiOli to the Council to atat onceThe bridge is a necessity and must sooner or later be built and now is the time to start the ball tp rolling Why not this matter be attended to by the next meet ing of theCouncil the firstWed nesday in March Who will be the dno to start the movement Talk alone in this matter willI never do anything we must do some work and now is the time to begin The primary election seems to have grown in favor iiuthisCioiK gressionaj district in so much Democraticconjlpitteehus nominate the candidate for Con gress to be elected this fall Atthe last convention in this distriot nt West Liberty two years ago Hon 0 B Hill of Clark county introduced a resolution indorsing the primay meth od of selecting candidates and the same was voted down by a large majority After experi menjihg with oriesuccWslul state pjjmary and in less than two years this Apposition has been o ftercome arid ye are to select our ongressipiiial cdndidat e by pri raary Theprimaryis tlito best ifiakinsnominatiousandweAreglad this method taking sway The committee has reported favorable onthe bill before the Legislature creating a new judi cial district composed of the counties of Breathitt Knott Per ry and Wolfe The Beattyville News which is in the 21st judi cial district speaks as follows on the proposed new district county dition owingto shorttimo allowed for ness The time of the courtwas- necessarUyd9voted toJIiany small criminal cases pistol puck ers and such in vast interests were left term after terra Where attorneyscould a I gree many cases Avere determin ed in chambersafterzadjdurii singtllodiv u ed V p mnJ- lloosevelt MB appointed A T Wood of Mt Sterling pension agent at Louisville The request Congressman WGddfrey Hun ter of the Eleventh Kentucky district that the president make no appointment until Judge Mor row of Somerset another appli cant for the place could appear in person and present his claim was completely ignored R C Hill of Bpattyrille will be n candidate for delegate to the Republican national convention from time Tenth district An inter eating feature of leis candidacy is that his brother C 13 Hill will be the delegate tbthe Democratic con vention and the brother Boband Break would have to oppose each other on the stump Beattyville News One of tile most destructive fires in the worlds history has swept over Baltimore Md this week destroying 75 blocks in the heart of the city at an estimated loss of from 200000000 to 800 000000 Wm H Nelson of Winches ter has filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy STATE OF 0 CITY OP TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY Bs FRANK J CHENEV makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENKX Co doing business in the City of Toledo Coun ty and State aforesaid and that aid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAHHH that can nut be cured by the use of HALLS CATAKUII CPRB FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this Gth day of IIEUit bfr SSG f r A Y GLEASONI Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in tern ally and acts directly on the blood anilmucous Burfueea of the system Send for teslihioniaR Address F J CHENEY CoToledo Sold by Druggists 75c t Hulls FRmUy Pills are the best House For Sale Cottage of four rooms in good re pair with four lots in western pardon of town good water convenient PRANK JgHN- SONBlame No One ButYourself if You Dont Get Well When SicK All we can do Is give advice Of course thats easy But our advice Is really worth a little more to you than roost peoples for we olre to give you the first bottle of our medicine free If It tails to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such an offer on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince In the poor house Dr Mlles Nervine however as years of experience have proved Is a medl cine that cures the side Those whom It cannot benefit less than one In ten thbueatidwe prefer to refund their money All we ask of you Is to try DrMtles Restorative Nervlne for complain- tIf you suffer from eepleSsnessnervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twltchlngs melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vitus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund yourmoney You are the doctor yearbecameso serious that we were compelled to take him out of school After several physicians had failed to reUeve him we gave Dr Miles Nervine a trial Ten months treatment with Nervine and LIver Pills restored our boy to rfect W1LifONDeputy FREE IYOUDr1 Mlles AntiPain PIIU the New Sclentltlo tor Pain Also Symp tomDlanktor our peclallstto diagnose your cue and tell you Is wrong and how to Free Address DRrllIhtitutelo CO 7 Our Great Semi=Annual and Mid=Winter Sale Is now on inc Full Blast 5 Every article in our entire stock MERCHANDISE will be subject to reduction in price and some lines will be cut very close as we are going to make some changes In several lines of goods that we carry Ladies end Misses Cloaks ftill be sold at prices that will insure their going We only have a few and we dont aim to have any left to carryover till next year and if prices will move them they are sure to go We still have about 40 suits of Mens Clothing to close out at some price We are quitting the Clothing and are making attractive rrices on what we have left to move it Our Shoe Clean up In this weare closing all broken Unesall discontinued lines all odds andendsof Shoes at surprisingly low prices In our regular stock of Shoes we will make sweeping reduc tions on everythings in Mens Womens Boys Girls and Childrens Shoes in order to make some big changes in our Shoe De artment China and Glassware will be no exception and the same low prices will prevail in this department There are excep tional values to be had in some or these things Coupons given on all Sales and redeema ble in your own selection of Chinaware Mrs J W Williams Clay City Kyi Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay CityrKy Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery dud Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake 1 The Lightes Light Rolls I And Flakiest Biscuit Are MrttlqWlion YouTTso i Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour i Takeroo Other EverySack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY j A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 R H GURlI Leader inIGeneral Herchandise l I and Country Produce Maket Price paid for Railroad Ties iSpout Spring I Kentucky I 17 IIj 1 YoUf Pktronage Solicited YY it 1 tfr I y t f M oJ 1 Xr itTliE TIMES y AN ALA HOMEMADE PAPER tt THURSDAY FEB 11 1904 j OCAJIBREVITIES k 7 Talk up the bridgequestion at f1every opportunity i Since the snow sleigh ridingis a favorite pastime Rumor has it that there will be several weddings in the city in the i near future t H D Curry of Nicholas county visited his mother Mrs Curry from Friday till Twwlny I N RwoptJwent to Spout Spring Monday to do a job of saw 1 ing for the Mutual Handle Com pany f f The prevailing cold weather is very hard on young lambs and the farmers report time loss of many i I ExSheriiF Thos B Ware of I Virden was here Tuesday slink ing hands with his legion of friends Sunday is St Valentines Day and Littlepale d Son have a full L supply of all kinds of Valentines J You should see them r it 0 L McOlure who was for s Ifmerly employed in SwannDay p f j Lumber Companys office was here the last of the week I A beautiful snow four inches r teap fell yesterday and as a COli hislto the old saying tAccording frost this year It thundered and the 7th of February They must be getting better y over in Montgomery county at the recent session of the grand jury only ten indictments were 1 found jWeedenGurrott and Robert Ew en fiatsreturned home from Mis souri for which place they loft last Monday They report times very dull out West Mr and Mrs John tiV Dawson of Heidelburg Lee countywasI t here Thursday enrouto to Spout I Spring to visit Mrs Dawsons parents Mr and Mrs W J BarnettI articleII pubI auRe to sign his name iMrand Mrs M G Taylor are proud parents of a newly born baby boy which came to 1tflOirhome early Monday morn I Thus the Democratic ranks are swelled in number one more I I Ed Gilbert an experienced man in the handle business of I Sequacheb Tenn is now with i the Mutual Handle Company hereI I dence James H McPherson of Piasa Ill who is visiting relatives in the townIMr McPherson left ISuturday with hisago pa rents and has since resided in the- I I State of Illinois Like alloti1l1 I true Ppwellites who leaves the coun ty Mr McPherson has the TIMES I visit him regularly ih his adopted I home fif J I 0 t g J Change of Residence Colonel Win Bellis the Mexican veteran a recent accessionto citi zenship of our town and who has rooms at the old Adams Hotel in West Clay City has purchased the residence and lots of Clifton Stoke ly who will go to Dundee in the im mediate future Wheat Prospects Bad Unless a remarkable improve ment is made in the condition of the wheat crop ih Kentucky farmers say it will be the short est in years The many hard freezes of the winter with prac tically no snow has damaged the crop greatly Building Store House Noah Hose purchased sonic lumber from the SwannDay Lumber Company and will commence build ing his new store the first of next week Mr Rose has had several years experience in the goods busi ness and he will make the new business a success He is very popu lar with the buying public Runaway Lads The twelveyearold boy of J T Newkirk and the thirteen year old son of Cas Brush run away from their parents at this place Monday evening Their parents made a search for them going to Mt Sterling whither they were reported to have gone They were not foundat that place and it is now reported that they went to Cincinnati Railroad to Extend The report comes from Paris that the Frankfort and Cincin nati railroad which runs from Frankfort to Paris by the way of Georgetown will be extended from the county seat of Bourbon through North Middletown Mt Sterling and to some point on the L E Heres hoping that Clay City will be the favored place Will Locate in Texas James Douglas Esq of Plum Montgomery county was here Friday on business Mr Doug las has his property at Plum ad vertised for sale He contem plates selling out and moving to Texas He made a prospecting tour of that State last fall and says the opportunities to obtain good land at fair prices are bet ter there than here so he is aiming to try it See advertisement of property elsewhere in this is sue Suit Settled For some weeks a suit has been pending in the New York Court brought by the Hermann Lum ber Company against the SwannDay Lumber Company of this city for 25000 for logs delivered The claim was admit ted but they refused the pay ment claiming large amount of damages for logs not delivered 0n this counter claim the local company was awarded 5000 damages which amount must be taken from the claim of the Her manns Thus the SwannDay Co won in part but they claim ed more than the 5000 damages Time case will be appealed For Sale ppferJorsalemy homo plape lo cated on Plum Lick pike 1 J miles fryin Plum and from Mt Sterling it embraces Ii acres having a two story residence of 6 rooms besides halls and porches garden and young orchard never failing water also a nice large blacksmith shop nndci steam grist mill with twelve horse Gdarscott portable almost ifldesiredJ W DOUGLAS Plum Ky tI I Ii Quit Borrowing The TiMifs iii owing nicely in circulation thank you We received upwardsof fifty now sub scribers in three weeks after Christmas to say nothing of the many renewals Time people liken paper that comes out regularly each week such as the TIMES If you are not on our list you should subscribe today and quit bor rowing your neighbors Cant Do Without It Mr John W Freeman of Fox Estill county who was a constant reader of the TJOIES from its first volume until last fall when ho concluded to try and do without it finds he cannot and writes Please send me your paper again and I will pay you for it when I see you I cant do with out it Mr Freeman is one of the best watermelon raisers in Kentucky and he usually supplies the Clay City market in melons of a most delicious flavor and cooling ef feetIMysterious Cirucmstnnce One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintuin it By gen tly arousing the Inzy organs they compel good digestion and head off constipation Try them Only25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos The family of G W Calmes the noted Lee county politician is recovering from an attack of smallpox As reported in a former issue of this paper there were nine cases in this family Nearly Forfeits Ills Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B OrnefpFianklin Grove Ill For four years it dified all doc tors and all remedies But Buc klens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruption and Piles 250 at SwannDay Lbr Cos store A number of Daviess county farmers will grow crops of broom corn and less tobacco as former lYe Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H Hagcins of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up to die The offer ofIL free trair bottle of Dr Kingss New Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it Results were startling I am now on the road to reovery and own all to Dr Kings New Discovery Itsurely saved mv life This great cure is guaranteed all throat And lung diseases by SwannDay Lbr Co Price 60o R 100 Trial Bottles free The Elizabethtown News says the amount of the mule sales in Hardin county will aggregate 300000 Oetteer Than hold 1 I was trouble for several yers with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes 5 J Green of Lancaster N IkNo remedy helped me until I beganusing Electric Bitters which did nie moro good than all the medicines I ever used Iliey havealsoikept my wife in excellent health for yere She saga Electric BitteiRaro just splen didf female troudles that they are a grand tpnce andVnyigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can tike its place is our I family Trj 91Only 50c Satisfaction gUtJIleedby Swann I Day Lumber Co11 1 1 INS RE WITH FA LYON SON The Lending Insurance Agentol Eastern l oiituclcy Over 200000000 Represented I Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts 4u E 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 needat prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything 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 7 23 C1ppruWrlp I Mrs sOLLttla l1r0 CO1101uA iIlr r- I I ie r J F Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in con eotionI 50 Free Trial Dont fai to give him a call I unOplna Hero EAYTy CLEAN Rorer AlJardlrrtdydloruprti WEBB tldaat IIIIIIII roA- Sltlltl 8o septngBoslnessPHONOGRAPHY 1 TJpeWtltlngI lIeomtOHT Mam WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KY rerponrihUCOMMERCIAL pxpalUoalistenCJM ofFull HnlnM Coarse tion nooks and Board In famllr about 8horftaedTypeWrMagaadTelegraphy8pbcIslhNAalheKeo warded gradaate L lerarr II free ndesired Noy Ballon Enter DOW radllaleeJI1CC I order W Ann r ors nodfrsu- s WILBUR R SMITH Lexln ton Ky Snow Creek Cyrus ikiuFill soon inpvoI near Winchester Miss Lulio Ogden visited her sister Mrs Norah Booiio at pilot View last wek Willie Vivion and Willie Kerr visited fricmls and relatives at Winchester lost week Simeon B Kerr gets the mail route from Log Lick to Winches= ter for the next four years beginning the first df July Jack Parker purciased of Reuben Martin one horse for 90 Chuff Howard sold to Sam Ad anis one plug horse for 20 Albert Vivion Jirid wife who went to Missouri about twelve months ago have returned to Kentucky whero they will make their future home R North Bend- A J Friend was a visitor at Stanton Sunday Mrs A J Friend who has been very sick isSmproving A P Friend Ins gone to Law rence county dn business k A P Arthur and wife gave the young people a candy party Satur day night iC Dragging Pains KeceyStCIIICAOO Oct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb with severe pains through tho groins 1 suf fered at the time of menstruation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried nil and failed but 1 had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick iw inen I found it pleasant J to take and soon knew that I the right medicine New blood to veins eandwas a well woman Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Car ui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains pud blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief AnY sufferer mays secure health by tak ing Wine ofCardui in her home Thefirst bottle convinces the dent she is on tho road tQhealth- For advice in caa 13 requiring special directions address giving ymptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga Tenn WINEolCIRDUI PALL 1003 TREES TREES BY THE MILLION Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Smal Fruits Evergreens Rhubarb Aipar ague and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No aggntir butBeit Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY ESOYEARSeEXPEflIENCE MARKSteCOPYRIGHTBdtC Anyone rending a sketch and description mraicortaln reur opinion ta p0mmonlcasentPateata taken tbraqab Yung Cu receive eal a a ithoQebargU the r v Scientific JHuericaw A hMKHoinelrlllnMrated1 weeklr iTnrwstclf culatlon of lelentlflo journal Tern13 a eenadealeraPCrwcn Offloa OK BU 4Iv t Weeden Gihispie employee of the L d E Hi R visited relativesiiere u few days lust week K Mesdames AleiiWelchand A H Norton of Stnnfon visitedrel atives here one day last week We are glad to state that he North Bend school is progressing nicely under t instruction of Prof P P Tracy and from the present conditions we will have one of the best schools that was ever taught here Sage The saw mill at thfs place is in operation We have new neighbors z T Dowriajd and family Patterson Wills age 11 got his hand badly mashed while splitting wood Messrs Leeroy and Leertnder Willoughby went tb Spruce Mon day where they will spend two or three weeks The play party at Mr Ben Wil loughbys Tuesday night was enjoyed by all who attended Mr and Mrs Oris Larman of North Forkvisited this place Wednesday for their first time Messrs Flies Martin and Reu ben Willoughby have brought on anew Supply of goods at their store near this place Mrs Isham Osborn and Miss Tilda Eperson spent Saturday and Sunday at the formers patients Mr andMts L G Wills Mr Jerome Skidmore who is at Martinsville Jnd writes thaf he is improving fast and expects to return home within three or four weeks West Bend u fJJ TWO Weddings to report soon Sant Everman will start for urn nois next week The family ofW J Abney is down with measles John Roberts wosin Lexington last week on business Geo Herry bought of G Snow den one horse for 852 Sam Rayborn of Kiddville was here Saturday on business Mrs Amanda Case is visiting her sister Mrs S B Everman John Everman and daughter Rocella is reported much better Robert Swope visited hfs sister at Winchester last Saturday and Sun day Miss Ida Gooeyof Clay City is visiting her grandmother Mrs Young There is no improvement In the health of WG Overman and W A Morehead James Hensley and John Rob erts were in Stanton last Wednes diy on business Mrs M W Bannhan of Lexing ton visited her father J A Rob ertSj here lost week G W Everman and wife of Right Angle Visited the latters pa rents here last week Sant Everman James Roberta Herman Everman and Edyard Hinds visited at VirdenSunday Furnace Mrs EH a Spouse is very sick at this writing Mr James Taught has beqn on tho sick list this weolc Miss Nannie TJo Billings visited Miss Minnie Lyle Moiiaav f 1 A 1 t i Mr Wnllace Barnes went to Patsey Wednpsdnj on business Miss Mjnnio Lyle visited her aunt Mrs Aftna Howell last week Mr Sam BillHigs went to Mil lers Creek Tuesday on business Many fencestand other im provements are being made this week 2 Master VernohBratton is visiting friends and relatives at Hos lyn this week v Mr G WL le Sr visited leis son G W LyleJr and family Saturday sh Miss Eva Hqlman of Vaughns Mill visited MfsrLillio Lyle Fri day night c Miss Minnie Bratton of Rosslyn visited her sister Mrs N D Wire man last week Mrs Lillie GiRleatid children visited her pareitfs ntu and Mrs J W Newldrkundny Uncle George Meadows died Thursday night t the home of his granddaughter Mrs Win Brandenburg Burial at the old Mountain Springs burial ground Saturday Mr Oharly Tipton returned home from Beattyville Wednesday where he lrhik been working for some time SfVe are glad to welcome Charly back home I Mr L Spencer of Gritters Ridge who purchaseda farm here moved to same this week We arc pleased to welcome Mr Spencer and hisffamily and give him the assurance that he never lived in a bettel neighborhood in Ins life fy i S Virden Lee Patrick will move to Clark comity this week ril lt1 lf ISL F4islioi rson thick list thfs JP Curtis wasfa pleasant vis itor at 0 0 Curtis Sunday E R Hinds oftVcst Bend visited his sister Mrs GDQook IfSundoBillie Mastin and kA 11 Potts were in Clark county Monday on businesst I Billie Mastin Imgrerited a farm near Kiddville and will move in a few days v Rev D B Wardsold to John Goff bf Indian Fields 50 head of sheep for 250 00 Sj A Mr Brandenburg of Clark visited Charlie Hintis from Sat urday until Monday Wm Morehead iO leof Vir dons oldest and best respected citizens continuesVvery low Buster Piersall left Monday for Lee City where helms a job of work at D H Etistihs mill Thos B Ware soul to D A Hughes It yearling heifer for 18 and bought a milk cow for 22 50 f James1IcPherso and Willie Curtis claim to be flie champion tie makers in this neck o time wootiSr phisfaceboy and came Feb Mother and child are doing nicely Aunt Martha Clemons a I very old and a wellifespected lady died at the bonalnf her son G B demons near Yirden Sun day night Funeral rVjCeBwrO qqnducted Tuesdayjniorning at the homo by Elder Albert Easter after which time remains were in trr idill theVirde cemetery memij S I t years and was a devout Christian 1idy Sho leaves five children a number of grandchildren and a host of friends to mourn her loss Notice to Owners of Dogs Owing to the prevailing epi demic of hydrophobia among the dogs fjtho city the City Council at its regular meeting Feb 3rd passed an order requiring all dogs running at large in the city to ho securely muzzled and the Marshall was instructed to en force said order JH 4 TERRY Mayor J E BUROHKK Clerk MAR6fNUAlBER New Idea Vomana Magazine Of special inter stto the readers of this progressive periodical will prove the first of a1 series bfBrief Business Talks for Women by Katherine Louise Smith in the March number Her hints toller fellowwomen for u better knowledge in the care of money will prove of exceeding value to those who heed them The Vicereine of India as presented by Waldon Fnweett deals with the remarkable success of that beautiful American woman Lady Curzon Articles appropri ate to Spring in the house and gar den are Flowering Plants for the Windowgarden byEbenE Rex ford Raising Mushrooms for Profit by Madeline Reilleyund Gardening Under Muslin by George Ethelbert Walsh Rev Irl R Hicks 1904 Almanac Ihe Rev Irl R nicks Almunuo for 1904 is now ready It will be mailed to any address for 30 cents It surprising how such an elegant costly book can be sent prepaid so cheaply No family or person is prepared to study the heavens or thp storms and weather in 1504 without this wonderful Hicks AI manac and Prof Hides splendid paper Word and Works Both are sent fqr only one dollar a year Word and Works is among the best American Magazines Like the Hicks Almanac it is too well known to deed further conrinendv tion Ftw men have labored more faithfully for the public good or found u wormer place in the hearts of the people Send orders to Wotin AND WoRKS Puu MPHINO Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo Desirable House for Sale We have listed with UH a desira ble twostory residence with four 25 x 120 feet lots located in the upper portion of town This house contains 7 roonio with the required out buildings Is a nice home for some one with little money For particuUrs tA11 At this office MACHINESHOP ALL KINDS OF I Machinery Repaired We Keep Irj Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 6 8 andlShoreepower Thf best known power JodurmeJsnnd- others prlntpdIILT CHAS HAGA1 WINCHESTER KY i s wa THE Wiildhestei Barilc INCORPORATED N H WrniERsrooN Pres f a Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of individ aals firms and corporations 848 Clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop IS Table supplied with the beat the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 160 per day M BAILEY Merchant ani Cu- stomMILLER= CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh GroanJ Bolted Meal always on haul Grinds for one aixth tole Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 1 1902 EABTnotiSD No2 No4 Daily exSun Daily ox Sun Stations P tn AM Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester ff10 825 LE Junction 823 837 Clay Cit3840 Olli Stanton M 405 2J Natural Bride 4 lJi D51 Torrent 440 10OS BeattyvilleJunc 511 10211 0 K Junct 011 112- 0ArJackson055 UUQ WEST BOUND No 3 Nol Dally iti Sun Stations P M- Ly 11i Jackson 225 t 0 h K Jiinet 280 OSft II BenttyvilleJunc320 Jg9 Torrent 347 744 NaturalBridge 401 801 Stanton 430 828 Cliiv City 480 837 LEJunctionS0 010 Winchester 520 02- 3ArLexington605 1010 Nos aiid4mnkocloseconnectionstor Cnnnol City and points on time 0 K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L A E Junction with C A 0 for MtSterling and local points NOR X and 2 connect at Beatty yule Junction with L t A for Beatty ville dully except Sunday J R BAKU CJIAB SCOTT ten Mnnnjer Gen Pass Apt BB WEST Whig oiIar1Va1c Co St Loljls Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses MEATMALTTHII Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT i Louisville Ky Januarys mom MEAT MALT CO LbuUvffle Ky Gentlemen Hivlne examined Meat and Malt with1tt3rcstate that Ills an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites thq appetite a invlcontes d etI nand beneficia In nervous prostration and alldllCalCsaUended thdeblllty Youra 1 D KASTENBINE M D w Loubvllle College of Pharmacy M XV MALT CO LouimvlNe Kw a4 at I a a