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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r 2 t ii If It I 1Ly t J THEO CLAY 1 ITY TIMES1 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City t6FSurrouniing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher I ubtisherIo yqIJ9 CLAY CITY SKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1904 NO 2 Better Opportunities in Powell Weeden Garrett and Robert Ewen are two young men of quick perception As stated in the TIMES week before last they went tOMissouri to locate per manently expecting to find su perior advantages over their na tive county of Powell as so pict ured to then by various persons Instead of taking them years or u lifetime to find out that such was hot the case as it sometimes does Kentuckians going west they saw their folly and returned in less than a week If oth ers would act as these young men did tliey would be better oil no doubtIt true enough that there is some fine land in the West no one disputes that or that they have a fine country but when a person just has a home hero and sells it and goes west especially where the land they find that they musflabor hard for sonic years and live Very eco nomical before they can have the carne there Fine farms in an up= todato country are all right where one has sufficient money to own one but where only a small amount of money is avail able this portion of Kentucky is the best place on earth to use it There is no other improved sec Hon whore so little money will buy a decent and complete home 1Vhood httle farIiitaahd suug home can be bought here for less morrey than the rent costs ono Flooring nclB Pickets Fronts J modem western farmor in the bluegrass portion Kentucky Death of Miss Moore Miss Nettie Moore died at the hohio of her father Mr Edward Moore near this city Saturday of Funeralservices were conducted at the Stanton church Monday morn ing by Eld E W Marcum after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at StantonDeceased was twenty old and was a strict member of the Christian church this place She was an exceptionally quiet and lovable girl and she numbered her friends by her acquain tances Her bereaved parents and rela tives have the sympathy of all Protesting Against the Bill A special from Irvine says Large delegations from the coun ties of Breathitt Lee Estill and Wolfe headed by oxCongress man White the Hon F A Lyon and the Hon W 0 Mi o have gone to Frankfort to protest a gainst the passage of the bill a new judicial district from the old Twentythird Nev er before in the history of the State has a people been more aroused and a determined effort will be made to defeat it Citizens livontsido of the section whoseJllterests are Invo ved little realize the significance of the measure of the people of the Ready For Business I I The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved fund the 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 an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable andyou should SPO our line before buying Wo are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Gapes 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 continuance of same I am Respectfully yours S C Shimfessel IEbl Nfi MFG Co f Winchester Ky We Manufacture Sash oorslCeiling BI Weatherboarding Verandas Stairways Shingles and Etc Store of consumption Christian beautiful at making partnership We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc L if Sendus Your Estimates tC Promt Shipments J i 1 whole State gild 2an under stand the inipoctanceof the bill by recalling tlioterriblo state of affairs existinj n this district only a few moms ago Irvlntems IrvjneSlerald Miss Ida Whites visiting real tives in Powell coliuty this week Misses Bessie dud Annette RidI dejl left Monday for Denver CoInI where they wllltvisit there brother IJarvey Riddells 4 iJas to Elwood Ind Tuesdeyand wiUoring back his little son Rawho has been staying with his uncle Ed Jacobs Win Isaacs tiafe sold his farm which he brougKtirom Theo Wil son one year ago or 3000 to a Tockeon county an for 4000 Mr Isaacs thehJiught at part of the C H Maupm farm from the Richardson Broswhp also made a nice in the al 1jtTherig of the Estill Court wasattenled with a more businessIlkiappearance than is usual for thislseason of the yeur every body seeming to have business on hand and to be looking forward to the work of the year aheadwith a liopdful view There was a good crowoUintowh SoJourn i3h th6 South Win Mansfield oKRosslyn acr ctimJlanic ji ei wurd to Lexmgt 1ICyMonday Mrs Woodward Iliac gone to Au burnddc Fla w1re Mr Woodward is now They expect to so journ in the Sontn for two years MARRIAGESI Mr Frank Daniel a well res ffcuLcii youngman b f this city was I married 1lrednesyFeb 17th to Miss county JT License SaloonTln Jackson For the first time a legal salon n I has been establisHed at Jackson Matt Crawford took out license paying 500 theflTfor Recently the Town Council passed a reso lution licensingftsaloons in the face of a legislative enactment prohibiting in Jackson Numerous blind tigers are still in operation there Will Not Press theBill The Bill to coats a judicial district elsewhere mentioned in this issue has met such opposi tion in the Senate that it will not be pushed Instead a bill will be offered Its trict by KnotMagoin with Floyd and counties and leaving Breathit in Judge Rid dells district f MARCH NUMBER New Idea Womans Magazine Of interest to the readers of this progressive periodical will prove the first of a series of Co Brief Business Talks for Women by Katherine Louise Smith in the March number Her hints to her fellowwomen forabetter knowledge in the care of money will prove of exceeding value to those who heed them The Vicereine of India as presented by i hdon Fawcett deals with the remarkable success of that beautiful American woman Lady Curzon Articles appropriate to Spring in the house and garden are Flowering Plants for the Windowgarden E Rex ford RaisingMushrooms for Profit by Madeline Reilley and bytS1t N y ti Work to Begin March ist The report comes from lIt Sterling that the Louisville Atlantic railroadwillbeginMarchltoextendIts in Lee county The extension will be eighty miles in length and will rust northeast through Volfe coun ty crossing the 0 ICat Wilhurst It will theh go through the northern part of Breathitt and through the southern part of Magoflin to Pres tonsburg in Floyd county From that point the road will be finished through the eastero part of Pike county to the West Virginia line where it will connect with the Northfolk C Western road 1ho route has been surveyed and all arrangements made to begin work The country through which the new road will travel Pike Mugof fin and Floyd countieshas no railroad and is full of the richest coal timber and mineral lands The completion of this linewill open up the richest section of Ken tucky There seems to be no doubt of the completion of the road and land owners along the proposed route are jubilant over the prospects It is estimated that it will cost 8000 per mile The freezing line keeps moving farther South every winter it begins to seem that it may some day be impossible to grow oranges within the borders of the UnitedStater Northern Flori da was once the center of the orange industry it was given up years ago and each year the wise growers move there line southward A Beautiful Tribute Extract of letter Washington DO 251004 Mr Durrett WhiteClay Ky MY DKAU FRIENDIn a recent issue of the Richmond Climax I found a beautiful tribute from your facile pen to that great Southern Chieftain Gen John B Gordon I wish to say that it was fit to be classed with the best that his illustrious memory inspired and his death called forth Your Friend 0 E WOODS Grand Recorder of the Sigma Nu Fraternity and editor of its organ The Delta Assistant Secretary to U S Senator Jas B McCreary Roll of Honor In the Clay City Graded School for excellence in attendance rind class standing the following are on the roll of honor for the sixth month Katie Tipton Ada John son Patrick Henry Butler Her ron Carrie B McPherson Vir ginia Brown Grace Barker Lil lian Bailey Joel Evans Allen Rose Herbert Waldron Grace Philips Ethel Johnson George Fletcher Topher Daniel Henry White Mabel Ohaliin Notice Notice is hereby served on the County Judge and Commonwealths Attorney of Powell County that ap plication will be made at the next meeting of the State Board of Pris on Commissioners for the parole of Charles Wall who was convictedof the crime of accessory murder and sentenced to life imprisonment J RODEnT BLACKBURN v N J Gaskill of Frankfort Ind has a five months old pig that weighs 843 pounds The hog is of the Chester white breed SHOE SHOP Opposite J D eaton Store I am prepared to mak e andre pair Boots and Shoes and also mendanything in the Itulibor Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular WOTK days in each week HONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky oooooooooooooo The Balance- tihheel It watclmanmomentThe gooconditionI ponietliing wrong It will move u8 miles in n year and 2 dropHofI badly The least degree 0 oof friction on the beurings niters motion Dont take chances Let 0 o watchinJ satisfy you WtRBB the jeve1r CLAY CITY ooooooooooooouo The many little ways In which you could economizeit you only tried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT nt 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 your savings We have issued a book let explaining the workings of this deportment which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL GAUDS I41h1NNNIMNNLIIlh1VNP14111N11NNDr DENTISt CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON CLAY CITY KY Bi LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KV B R SMITH Mr D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY h S tJ GOOD FLOUR Is the foun aton of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking longing good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TRIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R G Mansfield Son K089LYN KY SPOUT SPRING Asa Todd visited friends on Galloways creek Sunday Elder B S Burgher a for mer resident of this place but now of Winchester was here the last of the week on busi nessDogs broke into a bunch of nice sheep belonging to D Mc Kinney last week and killed some of the best animals in the duck The hickory saw mill of the MutuaPiTahdle Gompatiy has closed down bn account of the rough weather previling the past weekCharlie Crow our hustling v black smith had quite a severe k attack of cramps one night last week Medical attention was summoned and he was soon a ble to go about his business a gain The people in this section are strongly opposing the proposed passage of the bill creating anew judicial district and which so seriously affects Estill coun ty We hope to see the defeat of the measure Elder J J Edwards whose death notice has been announced from his home at Winston was formerly pastor of Salem Bap tist church at this place where he was well beliked by his conrega gatioil who join a host of friends in grief over his demise He was the best known Baptist minister in this part of the State Judge Rlddells Work The Breathitt County News says The way that Judge Rid dell is executing the law seems to have scared some of qur People nigh unto deathThereh- as not been a single murder 9qmmittedvin BreathitttcoUJity sincoJ Ridd Ji election oHQWI the precedingryeary 7 Tljo l1rgedistjlery at jTyrone- 1Kyiwas bu rnedMnd yfiraithou aan2 gallons of whiskey were destroyed entailing a loss of- X5000 Karcus i Anna United States Senator front ohio died Mpiiday pveninjg tthe Arlingt l I n tlvutyecktitvxtlityp a rHE TIMEIS rUIlLJSHKl KVKKY THUKBUAV n rJ E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail mutter Thursday Feb 18 1004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and Courier Journal 100 cc Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 41 Home and Farm 75 About The Primary There was an article in last weeks TIMES commending the action of the Democratic com mittee in this Congressional dis trict in calling a primary elec tion for May 7 to nominate a can didate for Congress At that time we had not learned that the entrance fee had been fixed at the unreasonable sum of 1000 but supposed the estimated cost of 2000 for holding the primary would be equally borne by the candidates be there many or few If there is but one candidate at the time of the primary he will be declared the nominee and the election not held thus he would have to pay nothing While the TIMES is and always has been a very strong advocate of the primary it does not believe in unnecessarily robbing the can didates They should of course be expentleofto collect more There are now six candidates in the field and when eachof them pays in their fee of 1000 there will be in the hands of the committee 0000 to hold an elec tion that is only calculated to cost 20004000 more than is needed or enough money to hold three such primaries What does this committee propose to do with this surplus money Or was the high entrance fee intended to choke out all the candidates of small means and at leastnarrow the race down to only two candi dates Against the Bill A meeting of the citizensaof Breathitt and Lee counties have been held protesting against the passage of the bjll now Before the LOgislatdre to redistrict the 23rd judicial district This dis trict is now and always has been Democratic though only by a small majority of afew hundred votes As stated before the bill creates a new district from the counties of Wolfe JBreathitt Magoflin and Knott and the 23rd will be made iip of the counties of Estill Lee Owsley and Jack son If this bill becomes a law itwill only make the23rd forev er hopelessly Republican and make a new Democratic district the total result of which will be the addUiQnof one more Repub lican district in the StAte when sucha creation is of no necessi ty It is claimed and it seems reasonable that the docket in the counties composing the oldrdis trict can easily be kept clean if time time allotted for the hold ing courts is only properly used i y Thebest way in the world to drive locating enterpises away from our pity iBfbr owners of real etnte to ask such concerns unrea sonable prices for sites This has been one great drawback to Olay City from its earliest histo ry to the present = The town could have been double its size today if the proper inducements had been offered to capital seeking locations c- It isaid that Congressman Ollie James of the 1st Kentucky district will he a candidate for United States Senator to succeed the Hon Jo 0 S Blackburn The lggestTruste- The biggest trust on earth is the newspaper trust It trusts everybody gets cussed for trusting mistrusted for cussing and if it busts for trusting gets cUssed for busting Testing Wolfe County Wells Some wells were put to Work in Wolfe county this week and are producing excellently This is the first real test that has ever been made of Wolfe county wells and proves that they are as good as any in the State Owing to the depth drilling is carried on on a small scaled i STATE OF Cm OF TOLEDO L8SUCASJ CHENEY makes oath IFRANK senior partner of the firm of F J CHENKY Co doing bus iness in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sunTof ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every caseof CATAKIUI that can net be cur dlfythe use ofJL isCATAKUH CURE FRANK J CHENEY Swoon to before me and subscrib ed in my preaerke this 6th day of DecemberA 88L lA ff GLEASON 3 SEAL Notary Public Hulls Catarrh Cure i9 taken in ternally and acts directly on the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials Address F J CHENEY CoToledo Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Famil Pills are the best House For Sale Cottage of fourrooms in good re pair with four lots in western por tion of town Good water conveni ent PRANK JOHNSON YourHeart MayBe Weak One Person in Four Has a Weak Heart One of the surest signs of a weak heart is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart Is not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Some ot the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains in the Side Bade and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No one can afford to allow a weak beart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc If fherefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as it is a splendid tonic for the blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr M11 sNew Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee that the first bottle will do you QOOC It It doesnt your money back torhreeright and without a moments warning would fall as though shot The attacks were frequent and a terrible dread possessed me as I never knew when or where nor under what conditions I would f be attacked and whether I would survive themIconsulted and was treated by some of the most eminent physicians of the state Not finding re taldnlrDrbottlestwhichlInSJOHNDnESDA Write to us for Free Trllll AntiPainpurSpeclallstwhat is and how to it C0LABORATORIES 1 I Wrr S J C f O n lclQ r U J Ii c r r 4re f i Durin4he Balance ftt tCIof Februaryi f u I ij J wilt make an additional reduction in the prices of fWe Flannelettes Shoes Winter Underwear for mcrtt i 1 women and Ladies Blench Muslin Underwear r t1 ydL1 10 Black Duck JII II- H 10 Navy 9 II h t 10 Satteen 8II II Cloaks at 1000 f81500Jonks 6504C 5 7 cc 450fC c Underwear 50 cts M ens312otr t 30 Ii 50 IadiesII 39 25I II 19 t 25 BoysIe lU ISuits 5950e 750 000 e 650- 1ft fl 750u tOO I 4 Il 0Ie Ie 300 I F1i Shoes f 11tens 4 Shoes SIJOO ia 3II 215 I It 25bn 190 j II 200e lGfl Ie 150 120 125 1 Heavy 85 Ladies 300Ie 215 II 250e 189iIu 200 1BO e 150co 115 100e 90 Misses 150 115 e 1 5co 90iII Mei 65 h75e liJQ Boys 175co 135 125 Kid Kicker 100 e 125 Brogans 0I Millinery t We have a few KeadytoWear and Trimmed for Misses and Ladies and the price is no not intend to carry any of them overt the HATSjj fdn move them out Ladies Skirts i Great Reduction in Prices on these and they williha- ve to be seen to be appreciated Our line of Dress Goods are beautiful and at tho prices we are making makes them very desirable Noth getBigMrs J W Williams 1U Ky1aI u HH+oK ++ t + H1x2 Hott +t+t if Littlepage Sonf- HDRUGGISTS i J Clay City Ky I i EtciPatent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Prescriptions carefully compounded Jo + + + + + + + o++ + + ot + + + +++ of + + + ot + +++ +H ++ t The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls f And Flakiest Biscuit Are lUnd When You UHC j Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed Xi MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 72- 4R 4 1 H CURTIS I Leader in It y General nerchandise i h and Country Produce f Maket Price paid for Railroad Ties ii J Spout Spring KentuokWi f I Your Patronage Solicited hr V yfir i It 3- t o- t j JAUd I if THE TIMES0 h t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAFER 4 THURSDAY FEB 18 1904 LOCAL BREVITIES iThe ground hog must have seen his shadow W G Patrick postmaster and merchant of Kimbrcll was here Monday tt Ins H Holman of Bowen vis ited his daughter Mrs Clarlie Ew fcn Tuesday Misses Cora and Rebecca Cook of Virden have entered the Clay r Oity Graded School Mrs W R Cassidy is visiting her sister Mrs A E Sams at Winchester this week Miss Sarah Back spent a few days the past week with relatives ut her home in Jackson Pete Wells is very sick at his home on Hardwicks creek Dr Littlepage was called to wait up on him Every muwho improves his own premises dues the public a service by adding to the attractiveness of the town Surely after its record this year winter will not have the effrontery to linger scandalously in the lap of spring Note change in Mrs Williams ad this week and visit this lead ing store and see what immense bargains are there for you Mrs Katie Bishop of Indianap Oils who has been visiting relatives as is CharlieEwfyen this week Tho Misses Hanks and their brother Everett of Lombard are visiting their cousins Mr Herman and Miss Carrie Hos kins near the city From what we can learn our inarshall must have been quite busy Saturday There were four scraps in townon this day rival ing a Fourth of July H L Millward of the firm The Millward Co furniture and piano dealers of Lexington was the guest of his friend Prof Durrett White Tuesday F A Lyon Son the leading insurance agents of Eastern Ken tucky will shortly begin the con struction of a modern two story office building at Beattyville There will be a grand ball given at the Light House Friday night given by the Clay City Dancing club This office was employed to turnout some neat invitations for the occasion Mr and Mrs Akere have rented and moved into the Cassidy building where Mrs Akers will keep hoarders She has had much ex perience in the business and her patrons will bo well provided for Rev R A Irvin went to Beat tyville Saturday to fill his regular appointment the Presbyte rian church as pastor He didnt hold any services on account of time prevailing smallpox now existing there There was a concatenation of Hoo Hoos at this place last night There were number of visitors present and n royal good time is reported No one can become a 1f J31iick Cat except timber men and vspapermen teal winter seems to bo with us to stay at least until spring- timeI Je I Pastor Crawford preached at the Methodist church both Sun day morning and evening It was his regular day at Hardwicks Creek but the new church was not ready to occupy yet so ho stopped here and preached A P Bush sold a mule at Mt Sterling court Monday for 90 and R P Rose sold a span of nice mules at the same time for 250 Mr Rose was offered 805 for the same mules and by the same man at the January court Eggs were never so scarce as at present and a city exchange has been provoked to remark Dont worry about the disap pearance of the eggs Most of the eggs we see nowadays are old enough to take care of them selves If you will stop and imagine yourself on the 4th of July next with the thermometer standing at 100 in the shade and the per spiration streaming down your checks you will probably be more patient with the prevailing frig id weather The Lads Brought Home The minor sons of JT Newkirk and Oas Brush the runaway lads mentioned in our last issue were overtaken at Lexington Wednes day and brought back home The boys were takingin the sightsand when found were on their way to the opera house These youths will not probably undertake a similar job for a few days yet to come Brings a New Subscriber Wm Morton Esqof Bowen was down Saturday on business Mr Morton is one our substan tial subscribers aria is greatly in terested in the success of the TIMKE He left with us the necessary cash for one years subscription to be sent to WmCrow at Lombard We are always glad for such gen tlemen as Mr Morton to call on us when in the city UlfcUX Robert Butler the little five yearold son and only child of Mr and Mrs Dan Jackson died at Kiddville Friday of brain fe ver The remains were buried in time WinchesterCenotery Through our correspondent at Rice Station Estill county we learn of the death of Eld 7 J Edwards the widelyknown Bap tist minister at Winston Feb Oth Bro Edwards has been serv ing the cause for ninny years and is wellknown to the majori ty of our readers He organized the Powells Valley Baptist church in 1882 and served them as pastor for years thereafter or as long as he was able to attend them He is the father of Frank Edwards the music teacher now of Cumberland Ind Ter who is also wellknown to our many readers For Sale I offer for sale my home place located on Plum Lick pike Ii miles from Plum and 9 from Mt Sterling- It embraces Iiacres having a two story residenco of G rooms besides ball and porchesgarden and young orchurdneverailing water also a nice large blacksmith shop and a steam grist mill with twelvehorse Gaarsoott portable engine almost new I will sell the mill only if I desired Here is a bargain J W DOUGLAS sPlum Ky I I r o Mt Sterling J Court Mr R W Garrett and others from this county attended court at Mt Sterling Monday andre port a number of mules on the market the same selling for 20 per cent less than at the Janua ry court Cattle were dull young cattle of good quality sold for 4 cents Mysterious CIrucmstance 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 maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head off constipation Try them Only25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos President Taylors Grave In a lonesome country graveyard five miles from Louisville there is an old vault on whose rusty door may be seen the words Zachary Taylor died 1850 Here in this lonelyspot overgrown with vines and weeds and visited by less than a dozen people a year is the tomb of a President of the United States neglected almost forgotten yet there are men living who remember the time when his name was heard as frequently asffiooseveltsia heard now He was the hero of the Mex ican war commanding the Ameri can Army from its entry into Mex co and in all the fights between the Texas border and Monterey includ ing the bloodiest battles of the warExchange Nearly Forfeits mils Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it dified all doc tors and all remedies But Bus klens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him ually good for Burns Bruises K inEruption and Piles 25c at Sw nDay Lbr Cos store Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H lingering of Melbourne Flu writes 111Iy doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up to die The offer ofa free trair bottle of Dr Kirgss 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 v cry Itsurely saved mv life This great cure is guaranteed all throat and lung diseases by SwannDay Lbr Co Price 50c 100 Trial Bottles free Suspended from College Luke Milward the State College cadet who was reprimanded by order of the Board of Inquiry for alleged indiscreet talk to Miss Evelyn llargis daughter of County Judge James Hargis of Jackson Ky has been suspended from the college for one year for insubordi nation in the military department of thb school The order of sus pension went into effect on Satur day and is for the remainder of the present term Betteer Than Go W I was trouble forjseveral yers with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lancaster N II No remedy help ed me until I began using Electric Bitters which did jne more good than all the medicines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for yere She says Electric Bitters are just splen did for female troudles that they are a grand tonce and invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place is our family Try them Only 60o Satisfaction guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Co i Iv L J MHHHHHH + + ++ + +INSURE WITH rFe A LYON SON I The Insurance Agentsor Eastern Kentucky Over 200000000I+ Every one who knows anything about insurance kaowtthey are leaders in this line 01110 H+ ofuOU oJ HH +r+2o 1++O 99=99 Startling Facts A1 E BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from buttons to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mare 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- mEVerythlllg from i Daper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau fronl 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 usandbe convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY HJlSW bSHJIS 11111te roo tlqr1111 U ry OUiY BACK 1f1tMIOrJROLLIII IrG Co Ita ri A ut7q ra Y J F 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 I Laundry Agency in Connection 2Dontfai to give him a call I 5JU Free Trial 1ROrrWrfurardJdrO1- 1odlrerpruelk WEBB Tonsorial IIiuete A SItutleL Baak Kaaag8asiaassPHONOGRAPHY I TIPeWrltlngI eam r TTILBUR R SMITH LEXINCTON KY War circular of lili famou and rerponitbl COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY WOFU4nefen ErpotiUwfe In jolt rrnll BtuincMOoarM IneludlaiTnl lion Books and Board to about Shorthand TrPtWri udTdigraphySpeeSllfii VThe Kentucky tlnlnnlt D ms under esl warded zrodn tcf Lltenrreourwheltdesired- WILBUR NoTacmtioa Knur DOW OradualIONduI1 enbr Ji UOtn R SMITH LexlntonlKy V eJ j t4- I I I i o J 1 If 4 r Dragging Pains 2825 Keeley St CRfcAno ILL Oct 2 1902- I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb severe pains though tho groins I suP fered terribly at the time of men itruation had blinding hcadachea and rushing of blood to the brain What to try 1 knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wino of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant- to take and soon knew that I the medicine New blood seemed to course through veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman Mrs Push is now in perfect Ihealth because she took Wino of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches whoa all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Indies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga Tenn 1t J lCmDUI STANDARD I Buttle Rotary A Sewing Mschlne TJWDLEI oiutro SWBLI raoifT LOGIC AND CtlAltt STITCH S two fiAcmttes IN OWE H4U UAR1NQ STAND WHEEL Wo n iiufw ture seeing maehlnes that rd it9rtt UK jtary runs ts llentaathe tirV of i ih yikes 40 stitches whaler Ol Li iriVe U fir i I rt aJer or U there U not a tuntyaddifJJ 7W3 vTsr R r9 Co FALL 1OO5J TREES TREES BY THE MILLIONl Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Tuiai Fruits Evergreens Rhubarb Aspar e fud everything for Orchard Lawn and Onte No agents but Beit Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hillervmeyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY YEARSGGXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone pcndlnj a sketch and may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an pInam- thoutrlethoonadentlal UhDObDKon Intae- ont free eldest for iccurlarpatenu Pttenu taken tbrongh liana A tfteial notice without charts In the Scientific flimricattA ofany sselenliComaornal term f circulation 3 a earl four nawidealen mUNN New York Branch Office OS VfL Wubloicton D U Out of the Race Attorney 0 II Pollard of who has been prominently men tioned as a Democratic candi llatoIorlCongreaa in this district hrn titiotificeilthittlie will pot JI make the racep r q Virden Aunt Margot Fisher we are glad to say is slowly improving G D Cook bought nhorse of Amos Putton Price private Uncle Has Fisher went to Clay City Saturday on business Mr Charley Hinds and wife vis ited Mrs Hinds nt KiddviJle Suture dav and Sunday Messrs Thomas Mastin mind C C Curtis was in Clark county Sunday and Monday on business Vaughns Mill G W Bush spent Saturday nighl with Joe Clark Miss Addie Clark enteredschool tit Clay City Monday- GeorgoDunaway and Grover Bar nett visited Charlie Nelson Salui day night Silas Charles baby died Friday night and was buried Sunday at at the Christian church A P Bush Jeff McKinney Sam Lee John Relict all of this place attended court at Mt Sterling Mon day Miss Addie Clark Joe Clark George Bush and Wesley Hack worth were guests of Mist Naomn Sams Sunday Misses Nettie Hattie and Allic Bush were the guests of Misses Mattie and Annie Gravett Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Mary Bush and daughter Miss Lula chute down from Tor rent Monday to spend a few days will Jim Strange Kimbrell V Tom Oienv ifasslieen sick for several days but is improving slowly Geo Powell of Fox visited E H Bowles last Saturday and Suddtiy Rufus Burton of Bourbon county was hero visiting rela tives this week Asa Todd of Spout Spring vie ited L H McIntosh on Gallo ways creek last Sunday Mrs John Harris is visiting her mother Mrs Mary McKin hey near Olny City this week Mrs Vienna Curtis of near Spout Spring is visiting relatives hero this week She is in very poor health t Miss Lula Jonesdied at the home of her father Sun Jones Saturday Fob 18th and was buried the following day Died Fob 18th on Galloways creek Mrs John Smith aged 85 years Buried on Sunday following at the Winburn graveyard She leaves a husband and eight children to mourn her loss We ask Gods consoling blessings on the bereaved family West Bend Herman Everman is down with feverRobertSwope visited atKidd villo Sunday W A Morehead is very poorly at this writing John Hudson was in Clay City Monday on business James Roberts called on his best girl at Kiddville Sunday B T Berry has gone into thd undertaking business at this place e B Hudson visited his sister at 5Right Angle Saturday and jt IT 6f 5yrStff 1tey Xf r Sunday v Mrs 11 DRoyse of Cleveland Tenn is visiting her father Jas Hensley Rev D P Ware has bought a farm in Clark county and will move to it soon Edward hinds visited leis mother at Kiuhville Saturday night and SundiiyIMiss Clay Housley who has been in WindhtesVer for her health has returned homo but no better Will Goosey 6f Clay City vis = ited his grandmother Mrs Young here Saturday night and Sunday Died Feb 10 hat this place Pearlie the twoyearold daugh ter of W J Abney Burial at the Pine Ridge graveyard Burl Everman has none into the merchantilejbusiness with his pcknownman tC Son general merchants E 11 Hinds will remain withthe new firm as clerk jm- RiceJIStation The small pox scare is about overMrs A C Butler is very sick at this place Winter seemMtp st yin this part of the country t Radford Faim6f Nicholasville is here amongIus friends The LtC A H is rebuild ing trestle NolBjS at this place Ed Wilsoh 1 S selling out his property to go t Indian territory the first of March Undo lichardson departed Amtib41904 lie leas sHah Uncle anter died nt his home near Union City Madi son county Eel 8 1004 Peace be to his ashes A Married at tlio residence of the bridegrooms brother Lee Hynes Napoleon Hyneahd Miss Maggie White EId T Turpin offi ciating A happy life to them Eld J T Turjiin went to Now Hope Baptist church near Liv ingston to legia protracted meeting will je 10 days He win also begin a series of meeting at Irvinof the first Monday night inpfnrch Let us pray for the success of these meetings Edwards Elder J J departed this life Feb 9tnil was buried at Providence Baptist lurch funeral servjs i Y lder A Ti Trible of Richmond Undo Jimas he was familiarly known was greatly lovxfd by all who knew him o- IIo preached fpyr 01 years baptized 11705 organized married189 churches 1428 cou ples and preached something- near 2500 funefuldiscourses nn1I traveled over 50 000 miles now who are left behin5Cl1l1sriwith Bro Ed goodfightio the writer about 21 hours be fore he died c ij ForvSale I offer for sale 1Y home place located on Plum liipKpikc li miles from Plum and 9frohiMt Sterling It embraces 1J acres having u two story residence ofF rooms besides halls and porches ardeh and young orchard never water also a nice large hlack lthshopnnd a steum grist mill wlh twelve horse Gaarscott portiibT engine almost I will Bcllpe mill only if riI Here tIeabargain J W Dl- uaJ1A iPIU 1y- J r 81- r yam k w Rev Irl RHIcks 1904 Almdnnc j The Rev Irl R nicks AinmnnC for 1904 is now rendy It will do mailed to any address for 30 cents It is surprising how such oft elegn ut costly book can bo sent prepaid so cheaply No family or person is prepared to study the heavens or the storms 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BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF I VnYTllnw- COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou cnn get THE TIMES And the CourierJournaBoth One DollarTh- isis for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this offer must be sent through the TIMES office MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep Ir Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and otherse The pron oh which this paper is printed is driven by a Ha pan Engine L T CHAS HAGfflWI- NCHESTEB KY I Au w rlTiiE Y I Winchestei Bank IXCORFORATBD N H WiTiiEusPooN Prcs Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 848 f Clay City Hotel J JI EATON Prop rs Table supplied with the bet the markert affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 81 50 per day M BAILEY I Merchant aniCu t- oraMILLER CLAY CITY KY j Custom work six days in the tyeek Fresh GronnJ DolteJ Meal always on hani Grinds for onesixth tole Lexington EasternRy Effective Sept 11902 EAsTiuoirsn No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Dujly ex Sun Stations Pm AM Lv Lexington 223 745 Winchester 310 8 i- II LCEJunction 3 2ii 837 Oliiy City 850 013 II Stnnton 400 h3 Natural Bridge 431 054 II Torrent 440 1003 BcnttyvllleJunc5H 102- 94o at K Junct 011 112- 0ArJnckBonivO Mfj U4 E8rDoUND ft n Dailyext Suit Stations P rJJilLv Jackson 821 25 0 K Janet 2 HO C W BenttyvilleJunc3SO 720 Torrent347 7T Natural Bridge 401 801 Stnnton 480 828 ClaV City 4308if71 LE Junction 50 010 Winchester 520 023- Ar Lexington C05 1010- NosSanil 4 make close connections for Cannel City and points on the 0tk K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect nt L a E junction with 0t 0 for MtSterling nnd locnl points No 1tllli 2 connect at Ilentty ville Junction with Lat A for Beatty ville dully except Sunday r It BAMH OIIAB SCOTT Gen Manager lea Pass Afjt E G WEST Wit Stnhlofis Hardware Co St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equtilized with Louisville and Cinuinnntv houses MEATMALT THE IDEAL TONic AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Loulirule Ky January M 1901 bIEATMALTCOLutsIUeKY Harinz examined your Meatand Malt withhastate that It Is an N5etent norm sad blood tonic It excites th aid inrigomtesdlrestien IInd Is c beneficial nervous illdueawaatttndcdvrtthdeblUty Your truly XDKASTENBIKEMD LbuUrtlte College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO LoutmvloKx t I