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THE CLAY JCITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay Gilype Surrounding Country and Oursetve J E Burgher Publisher i I YOL9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY l FEBRUARY 251904 NO Edward Eaton I Our community was greatly shocked and grieved by the announcement of the assassination of our fellow townsman and young friend Mr Edward Ea ton which occurred at Beattyville Junc tion Friday evening Feb 20 On the morning of that fatal day h came down to Clay City to make his aged mother a special visit which novj affords her much comfort In hersorro and distress at his untimely death in the very prime of his young manhood- It appears that a short time before this visit lie and another employe of Mr M H Courtney in Lee county had been fired upon from ambush by some unknown person as they were returning from their work at Beattyville Or vicin ity And our young friend no doubt1 fooling that human life was not secure while such desperadoes were at large came to see and talk with mother who loved him with all smothers devotion and whose voice had often wisely coun soled him in the days that had passed and had been lifted up in prayer to Al mighty God for the salvation of his immortal soul from the day of his birth From what had transpired during his recent illness and what he said to her on this special visit his mother was led to trust that his was a changed life He had occasionally indulged too free ly in the use of strong drinks but h assured his mother tbat he had giver it up forever And his countenance was expressive of the happiness and joy that he felt in forming this wlsoI and noble resolution Would that every other young mn in our beloved land would by the grace of God form and keep the same manly resolutionBut visit which now seems BO short to the bereaved mother and fam ily must end and this bravo and faithful young man must return to his post of r iiUlC1IlHf We Sash Blinds Verandas Pickets Etc Store who knewthat throughout this return trip to Beattyville Junction he main tained the same placid happy express ion of countenance and quiet gentle manly deportment that he mnntfeate- on thostreets of Clay City And nit the fatal shots were fired and life w Ifast passing away and his mind perfectly clear and rational he in the spirit of his Master when dying on HI Fathwforgive them for they know not whir they do said with his dying breath to everybodyheart The death of such a man is a great loss to any community- A FRIEND Died From an Old Wound Dqring the Christmas holidays a warrant was issued for the arrest of Ester Collins of Ford on a charge of beating his who lived in the same the war rant was placed for service in the hands of Marshal Sam Reed Collins sent him a defiant message officer Reed summoned Lawrence Clark to go with him When the locke ed the front door and tried toes cape by the rear Clark ordered him to halt and on the failure of Collins to do so he fired the ball lenThe bone was injured and Collns lingered until Sunday when he died Clark is now atKenova Went Virginia and has written the sift vials here that he will return here if wantedc2L flft Years 141 1 Ready Fo Business titntr The firm of Shimfessel d Waldron having been dissolvedJ and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder ofIthe old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you needIwill be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall MillineryJYou can be suited here ladies in a Stylish nndnent1yc trimmed Hat if you 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 earnestJsoliciting a same I am yours f f C Shimfessel IIANCJ MFGaCo Winchester Ky MdQUfacture Flooring doors Ceiling Weatherboarding Stairways Shinglesand Fronts daughterinlaw building andI CollfA1wal continuance Respectfully We are headquarters for Building Paper Folt RoofingJFllntoid Roofiing und Etc t Sendus Your Estimates t c s i iPnomt Shipments II r JI y e j 1 and leaves a wife and twelve chi1 dren Winchester Democrat Elder Wm Rupard Dead dElderWm Rupard of Clark henasrt 3 than thirty years he has been pas stor of Goshen church Clark coun countm which churchesscomprise theI North District Association of old Baptists oti Hard Shells as they are known He would hay celebrated the fiftieth anniversa rye of his marriage in a few days The Observer Under the above head line written by one of our leading ci izens was setup a splendid article for publication this week but we received such a large correspondence that our space cool notaccommodate both The 0 servers article is good readin for any week BO we hold it over for next week Held Under a5oo Bond The trialof Jas Shelton at Beattyville for the murder of Ed Eaton at Beattyville Junction Friday evening resulted in the guilty being held over to Circu Court under 2600 00 which could not giveand was remand ed to juil i Watta Patton Mr Hustciri Watts of Clark was flSrjied Wednesday Feb 23th p 1 Ifutie J tton- at the residerVS of the brides father near t fs place Eld Al bert Easter officiating Irvine Items Irvine Herald Thos Williams is confined this 0 room this week Judge Riddell returned fror- lalltiweek u Salyers ville where he heldcourt the two weeks previ DnaMisses Maggie and Amanda Todd attended the funeral of their cousin Arlid Wells at Richmond Monday Judge Webb of Clay City where this week trying to ofonr citizens interested in an Odd Fellows lodge We are pleased to announce tliat the little scup of Mr and Mrs Jo S Gardner who was so badly burned is rapidly improving David Powelll who sold his farm on Millers creek last week purchased the farm below Whiteoak1n the river for 2600 Mr Arlie 01Ye11s city cler of Richmond and a nephew o H B Todd of t8 died at his home in Richmond of cont gestion of the brain Sunday morning S The mill has aiffive days run o y having a feiphundred logs on hand The is in excellent repair and the company anticipates a succesef rID A Wallace and W M Snpwdon went tdFrankfort Mon dhalfof Illerid Jackson counlics i H J 1 Q6 Lt Snow Creek Several from here attended Wi Chester court J G Vivion made a business trip to Stanton last week Mr Allen Kerr is visiting his brother J D Kerr this week J H Dawson of Rabbittown- was here last week on business Several members of James Vaughns family are down with mumps and measles oJ B Crow has purchased of Cy nls Elkin his farm on Lulbegrud creek and will move to same soon Mr Wesley Watts of near Oil tth day Bendd LSee Chester Combs of Levee was here Saturday on business Milton Morehead of Winchester visited his parents here this week C C Curtis and wife attended the wedding here Tuesday iiight Mary Johnson of Virden tovisited Miss Mary Young from Sat until Monday Sant Everman left last Wednesday for Urbana 111 We wish him success in his new home Herman Everman who has been ill with fever is much bet ter Mr and Mrs Charlie Henry gave the young folks a dance Tuesday night in honor of their sister Cordia Among those present were Misses Nunnie and Jennie Berry Carrie Everman Mr and Mrs James McPherson Messrs Robt and Charlie Swope James Roberts E R Hinds and Willie Curtis At the residence of the brides father John W Everman at this place Tuesday night Feb 28rd Mr James McPherson of Piasa Ill was married to Miss Cordia otfiaegroom n progressive young farmer while the bride is an attractive andI cultured young woman They left for their home in Illinois Wednesday morning Her many friends here join in hearty congratulations May they livelong and happily Died at his home at Friday night Feb 19th WilHamI A Morehead aged 81 years Burl al at West Bend Chapel He louver two children D C andT G More hisfheartfelt sympathy to the family in = sad bereavement MARCH NUMBER New Idea Woman Magulne readersapro rove the first of a series of CI Brief Business Talks for Women by Katherine Louise Smith in the L herulknowrudgeInexceeding value to those who heed i them The Vicereine of India presented by Waldon Fawcett with the remarkable success that beautiful American woman Curzon Articles appropri to Spring in the house and gar dell are Flowering Plants for the FA1i11 + ic YJVrwWaSS Windowgarden by Eben E Rex fornbyGeorge SHOE SHOP Opposite J B Eaton Store I am prepared to make and repair Boots and Shoes and also mendanything in the Itubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular worK days in each week nONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky eeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeee The Balance i rWheel j momentThee vibrations an hour if its in good aluqgash 5 will move 3558 miles in a year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But It needs e that little badly The tenet degree of friction on the bearings alters ie the motion Dont take chances Let e J watchInJ J satisfy you WEBB theJeweler CLAY CITY eeeeeoeThe you could economize it you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT- at once and accumulate money enough 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 compounded every six months on your savings We have issued a book explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon requestIClay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS M11111111MYNNININLFMMINMINNLNKNMIN Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOEM D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY J GOOD FLOUR Is the founnton of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking Tholiousewife who has been long ing for a flour that combines all the good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEgT PATENT or MOUN TAIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R O MansfieldSon HOSSLTN KY SPOUT SPRING The Spout Spring is still here Jas F McKinney was below on business tbis leek The Bundle mill men are board ing at Mr Hood Curtis this week Mr Enos Dennis of Illinois was the guest of Shelt McKin ney Sunday and Monday of this week H F Christopher1 bought a pair of nice two yearold mare mules at Winchester court Monday for200 Asa Todd D McKinney Wf J Barnett H F Christopher Bennie McKinney went to Win chester this week on a business mission Mr Paul Neil and Mr A R Carmaolc of Clay pity visited this place Tuesdaysafternoon Thevhad s the absence of abrIdge The Handle Company sent out a new sawyer this week to run their mill in the person of Ed Gilbert of Sequachee Tenn Asa Snowden is doing the wheel borrow act at the mill Bois a good rand The writer has been informed that there will be preaching at Salem Baptist church the first Sunday in March as heretofore by some visiting brother who fulfills his appointments when lie makes them if not providen tially hindered Mr H F Christopher one of our cleverest and best farmers has a cow four years and eight months old that has brought hint five calves Last year he raised a pair of twins from her and a few days ago she prematurely brought triplets but they all died Five calves in twelve months is a good record for any one COAN t1I Killed HisAVifc and theri Himself I Alex Braiuel afarmojirof Mil son county while crazed with whiskey jjhpt his wifes head oil and then burned his dwelling p ver his own liead His two chil dxenescapetl aril gave thea arm to time neighbors There lvas a dropofjivo cents gutuclyar i I VY THE TIMESI rUBLISIlEU EVEnt TnUHSDAV J E burgher ruullsher Snbscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered aa secondclass mail mutter Thursday Feb 25 1004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we save arranged 61ulrntes with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Gaines Tobaccco Bill The bill recently introduced by Mr Guinea Tennessee for the relief of tobacco growers and the vigor with which he is urging it is awakening milch interest It re peals aU taxes find restrictions on free and unlimited trade in leaf to bacco and permits anybody any where to buyand sell it in any quantity It provides also that a grower may stem and twist and sell his own crop without tax or license or deliver it to another person to sell for him The heavy tax on leal tobacco six cents and the rig id exacting lequirements of the law regulating its manufacture have given the tobacco trust complete control of tobacco and growing are complaining everywhere that they are not allowed a living price for growing it Mr Gaines has gone laboriously through the history of tobacco tax legislation and found that at its inception it was distinctly and repeatedly stated that it was only a war measure and would be remitted when the war necessities subsided All of those war meas ures have been remitted except this burden on tobacco growers Under existing law the department rigidly holds that the leiist change in the form of raw tobacco as it comps out of the harn manufacturing7 If a farmer stems a handor twists or presses it or in any wise changes it from its form in the nat ural hand he becomes a manufac- turer must either take out a li cense and conform to tho various and onerous requirements of the law or he is prosecuted and fined and imprisoned as a felon He is not permitted to prepare his own product for market nor participate in any profits The law delivers him bpdily over toi the trust To bacco growers every where are t urg ing 4ho i irellef afforded by Mr Gains sbill STATE ssLUCASFKANK 1 CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENKY Co doing business in the City of Toledo Coun ty and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAUIUI that can nut be cured by the use of HALLS CATAKHH CURE FRANK J OHENEY Sworn tObefore me and subscrib ed in my presence this Oth day of December AJ 18 0 j SEAL r J AW GLEASONI HalltFCatafrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials Address F J CIIENEYCoTliledo S t Hulle4FamllyPillsaretfiebeet j ED EATON KILLED i Shot Dead at Beattyvlile Junction by James Shelton 4 v Ed Eaton who was employed by the Center Lumber Company came down last Thursday evening to visit life mother Mrs J H Eaton at the Clay City Ho tel Ho returned Friday even ing and sifts killed at a store upon his arrivalat his point of em ployment The particulars as we learn them are that Eaton had been previously fired upon by Shelton from ambush proba bly not wiUlj1eintlmtion of deadly aim but merely to scare Eaton but Eatolwas not of the scaring kind So when he arrived at the Junction and found his cowardly assailant iffithe store at that place he askedhim if ho were the person that had fired upon him on the previous occa sion Shelton remarked with an oath that ho was and would do it again and made for his gun Ea ton clinched him to prevent him from carrying into effect the threat he had just made and for a time succeeded but Shelton at last succeeded in drawing the weapon and fired at Eaton while in the clinch The ball struck near the shoulder and went through the body The murder ed man was carried to an adjoin ing room and expired in two hours Eaton was unarmed His body was brought homo Saturday evening and was inteil red Sunday at the Eaton graveyard Funeral services were con ducted by Rev It A Irvin at the Hotel Sunday morning pre vious to burial The murderer was taken iiii custody by tho flicials of Leo where ho t ts f 7 qve had his examining I r trial Eaton is of ajfamily of thirteen children aim first to die He was a very peaceable and quiet young man and was beliked by all at Clay City his home He never had any troub le hero with any one and it is the opinion oftill that he was murdered in coldjblopd without a shadow of a chance Justice should be rhetedoutto the mur derer in short order and in full measure j Subscribe for the TI3- IESHeadache Can be Curedwith Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills If your nerves aro subject to disturb ances such na Headaches Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Menstrual Pains Sleeplessness etc their Jarring and jangling can bo quickly ended with a Dr Miles AntiPain Fill Dr Miles Anti Paln Pills aro pleas ant lltUe pink tablets which do not act on the bowels nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or habitform ing effect on the system They aro the result of the latest cclen tlflo knowledge on the subject of Pain and bring relief safely and quickly to the greatest sufferer You should 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Underwear for men and women and Ladies BJnchlIusUn Underwear t lOct Outings Be ret yd 10 Flannelettes 8 10 Black Duck 0 10 Navy f ir t 10 Satteen 8 1 Cloaks 81500 Cloaks at Beanie 10c 650 8ii a 5 7 1 i 450 Underwear 1 50 cts Mens Q 3D 25 In 50 Ladlescc 19 25I 11 25 Boys II Hi Suits 1400 Suits at 8050 1000 750 000 a50 I 700a II 50o 450 tt 300 r Shoes Mens 84 Shoes 300 1a 215 u 50II 10- 0I200 169 150II 120 VV 125lIenvy 85 Ladies 300 215 2511 189- i 200 109 115J1LQ01 no Misses 150 1154 125 90 90 05 il 175 135 Boys 175 135 II 125 KidKicker 100 125 Brogans 80 We have a few Trimmed HATS outMillineryfor Misses and IP no object we do not intend to over if the prices will move them Ladies Skirts Great Reduction in Prices on these and they will have to be seen to be appreciated Our line of Dress Goods are beautiful and at the pri ces we fire making makes them Very desirable Noth ing reserved from this sale j so come along and get Big Values in all your purchases Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded 1 JI The Whitest White Cake f The Lightes Light Rollsr2And Flakiest Biscuit x r1k Arc lUndcVbcuYo11 UHC Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour i Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY I Sold by our Leading Merhants7 4 i RH CURTIS I Leader in General Merchandise yi and Country Produce w j r Make Price paid for Railroad Ties wlf I Spout Spring Kentucky JTr iiyour Patronage Solicited 3I a 4l 1 If OJ I THE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMAtfE PAPER THURSDAY FEB 251904 LOCAL BREVITIES I Grant Elkin of Winchester was hero Sunday The City Council will meet in regular session next Wednesday night l ncarIbusiness Born to Mr nnd Mrs John W Ballard Friday morning Feb 12th u daughter Newton Puckett has moved from Waltersville to Lexington this week Miss Lizzie Elkin of Sams is visiting her sister Mrs J E Nib Jack this week We have had a day or two of springlike weather this week to the delight of all f Mesdames D 0 Bloom and Burl Akers were shopping in Lexington yesterday An exchange suggests that Mr Ground hog must have seen a double shadow this time The bank and postoflico were closed Monday on account of Washingtons birthday Frank Adams sold to Isariah Shepherd of Winchester two yearling and two twoyearold steers good quality fcfr 90 t t The Observer has tin article in t this issue that should bo read by W every resident of Clay City A R Mauppin of near Levee has opened a watchmaking and general repair shop on Sixth ave e y Henry P McDonald a Repre Tentative in the Legislature from Jtfeflerson county died at Louis ville Friday Mrs J W Williams visited her fathe Mr Robert Kennbii Ion vHardwicks Creek Tuesday and Wednesday H F Christopher aI leading Estillcounty firmer was over from Spout Spring yesterday transactiirg4businesst to the bedside of his father in Indiana Monday His father is down r with pneumonia fever II L Hunter merchant of Ros Blj n was in the City last Thursday and left an order at thiaoflue for pome commercial printing rJ W Woolery the coming candidate for assessor ill Powell is sojourning at his fathers near Irvine taking a needed rest I I R B Moore the stave man I who has been located inTennessee the past several months was at home a few days the past week Elder IJJ Reynolds will I preach at the Christian church Sunday Bro Reynolds has been engaged to preach for the con I gregation for the ensuingypar r Nelson Abney who has been in the stave business in East Tennessee since the first of last December has spent several days at home the post week The telephone service is being improved this week We al ready have one of the angst antis factory exchanges of in theStnte I y = J J1 t J B Eaton and 0 0 Eaton are attending Circuit Court at Bcattyvillo this week toaid in the prosecution of Jas Shelton the murderer of their brother The judicial redistricting bill dealing largely with the 23rd district has been killed in the Senate and most people in the old district are jubilant over its fate Mr and Mrs J 0 Fitch of Lexington and Mrs 0 W Dun can of Mt Carbon W Va at tended the funeral and burial of the two hatters brother Ed Ea ton at this place Sunday At Irvine as Owen Neal open ed the door of his residence Sat urday night about midnight some one shot at him twice but ho was uninjured fortunately A ball struck the door sill at his feet Mr Samuel Ginter of Union Hall was here Wednesday shak ing hands with old friends and transacting business Mr Gin ter was glad to know that he is still living in Democratic judi cial district Sow an Early Bed of Lettuce A wellknown medical writer says no need for vaccination whatever Any person who eats a small quantity of lettuce twice a day morning and evening is as well and securely pro tected against smallpox as it is possible for any one to be Every family should then sow an early bed of lettuce this Spring its good eating anyway Watch us Grow Our subscription list is still growing mail if it keeps on at the present rate we will have a thousand after while Among the ewaddresses added to our list the past week are the follow ing 0 M Wood Kimbrell Ky Miss Edna E Howell Cob Hill Ky Mrs Margaret Jones New port Ky Mrs Bettie Payne Montpelier Ind The Sick Mrs Fred Ware is very sick at this writing being confined to her room Prof Durrett White is down with a sqvere attack of malarial fever His daughter Miss Kate White is also very sick at the White home MARRIAGES Mr IJ Stratton a railroad employe of Conway Pa and Miss Dora Patton were married at the residence of Mr Edwin Rose the brides uncle two miles east df town Monday Feb 22nd Rev R A Irvin officiating The marriage was the culmi nation of a cburtship which be gan under the most romantic cir cumstances near Clay City four years ago At that time the groom was an employe of the L E railroad past with a slight accident and met his wife who was then Miss Dora Potton while silo was administering to the wants qf the sick They fell in lovo at sight but shortly after their meeting Mr Stratton secur ed a very fine position on an Eastern road and as his sweet heart was hen too young to marry ho bade her goodbye premising to return soon to make her his bride Tie young man however did not meet with the rapid promotions ho had anticipated on the railroad and was not able to re turn to Ins old home to carry out his pronllse as soon as ho expect rn ed but last week he returned and the wedding above mentioned was set for Monday Mysterious Clrucmstance 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 gen tly arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos In the Laundry Business Mr G P Hoskin formerly of Clay City has recently assumed control of a large laundry at Trial dad Colo After his visit to his father W A Hopkins and other relatives in this county two years ago Mr Hoskins went toDenison Texas and bought a fine hotel and managed same for some months but becoming tired of the hot cli mate he went to Trinidad Colo where he had resided for some time several years ago and embarked in the laundry business and we learn he is making a success of the busi ness Nearly Forfeits His 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 Due klens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruption and Piles 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos store Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H llagains of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could he done for me I was given up to die The otTer ofII free trair bottle of Dr KTngss New Discov cry for Consum m inducedme to try it Resuits re startling I urn now on the pad to =cover and own all to Dr Kings New Discov ery It surely saved mv life This great cure is guaranteed all throat and lung diseases by SwannDay Lbr Co Price 50c orb 100 Trial Bottles free r J E Miles of Frankfort has let the contract for the building of a large flour mill at Lexing ton The mill will be one of the largest in the State Betteer Than Gold I was trouble for several yens with chronic indigestion and nervous de bility writes FJ Green of Lancaster N II uNo remedy help ed me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me 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 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Co House For rCottage of four rooms in good repair with four lots in western por tion of town Good water conveni ent FRANK JOHNSON For Sale I offer for sale my home place lo catedon Plum Lick pike 1r miles from Plum and 0 from Mt Sterling It embraces 1J acres having a two story residence of Grooms besides balls nnd porches gnrdenand young orchard never failing hater also a nice large blacksmith shop and a steam grist mill with twelvehorse Gaarscott portable engine almost new I will sell the hill only if desired here is a bargain- J W poUGtSs Plum Ky I a 1 INSURE WITH F A LYON SON Tlio Loading Insurance Agents ol Eastern licntnolcy 0 Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts I A E BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from 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 market affords Nicej 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 Laundry Agency in I 72a 50 Free Trial11WrlIIO I ItOpens lIre EASYTO CLEAN Mrs RorerIdlwaitaidTdrapprStt AI 1 tullop11 Ye aont U1CI 00deal100IaoLLaAa arc f0114O ruA 1 KENTUCKYTlpeWclllng I TelegapJ I came WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KY for circular of hla famon sad reepondEte COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal at World Kxpodtloa to of graduate In Itloa Doctor railBnalnew Coane Inclndlnj tai thou BooU and Board In family about ShorlhaJId TJpWritihgud Telegraph 8peeialti aMThe Kentucky Unlwnity Diploma under wal awarded cradaate Literary OonrMfrMlt dtrirM Nowat Uoo Entcf DOW OndoataeaooeutuL- le order ID tarpoe IoUnIIMCA ea ddrae o W WILBUR R SMITH LexingtonKy Pine Ridge Cyrus Elkin sold his farm to J n Crow for 400 M B Eubank rented his farm to John Golf for 50 Ed King and Jim Kupard of Pilot View were in our midst this week Mr Gross who bought J B Crows farm is moving this week Niblack and Bro bought at Mt Sterling nineteen heifers at 19 per head Sage L G Wills went to Bit Ster ling court day on business Miss Lou Emma Wills has re turned home from her stay in Montgomery county Mr Santford Shanan of Mt Sterling spent Saturday and Sunday at this place r+ Judge L G Wills has sold his property at Stanton near the de pot to Mr W P Root of Cor bin Ky- Misses Eva and Lou Wills are spending several days this week with Mesdames Isham Osborn and John M Buch- anan1MDI65TION I was troubled withatom ach trouble Tbcdfonls Blade goodIntors medicine I took in a 7 arMRS SARAH E SniHFlELD Kllettivilte Jnd Thedfords Black Draught quickly invigorates ac stomach andi cures oven chronic cases of indigestion If you will take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa sionally you keep your perfect THEDFORDS BLACKDRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedforda BlackDraught not only relieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular AH druggists sell 2 cent packages BlackDraught cine to regulate the bowls I have ever used MRS A M GRANT Sneads Ferry N C- COIISIIPATIOIM FALL 1OO3 TREES TREES BY THE MILLION Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Bmal Fruits Evergreens Rhubarb Aspar agus and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden S o agents but Best Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON E7 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Anyone sending a sketch and description ma our opinion 1reo whether au Inrenllnn 1e probably Uon utrlctl T oonDdentlaL NANOB110KonIaten4 sent free Oldest agency for securing nu- Pateuu taken UDD k Co reoetve tpeeat notice without cargo In the Scletttific American- A handsomely illustrated weekly amtt cir culation of an icleruno journal Ternn S3 a ADrkIIIt i Ii Y Kimbrell Geo W McIntosh of Gallo ways Creek was here the first of the week on business Thomas Olem who was report ed sick last week is no better butsti1lunder the care of his physicianArch of Nolands Creek will soil his personal property next Saturday and move to Indi an TerritoryW of this place who served inthe war with Spain has been granted a pension at six dollars per month with three years back pay David Wiseman who roturded to this county last stunner from Walla Walla Washington start ed for the latter place last Monday to make his future home North Bend The roads here remain in a very bad condition Mr J S Ewen of Stanton was a visitor here Sunday The North Bend schoolwill close Friday March 4th Vm Burgess sold a pair of mules last week for 210 John Stephens transacted busi ness at Stanton Monday Prof Chas Exven of Clay City visited relatives hero a few days last week Chas Grooms of Stantcm visited Wingate Anderson und family Sat urday and Sunday Misses Cora Ewen of Jackson and Jennie Norton of Stanton visited P H Ewen and family Sat urday and Sund- ayVaughnsMill Mr and Mrs Rny Burgher spent Sunday night with the new housekeepers Mr and Mrs Charlie Bush Miss Fannies Hanks and Everett Hanks of Lombard and Miss Carrie Barnett spentSunday with Miss Acldie and Joo Clark Miss Naoma Sams gave the young folks a Leap Year party Friday night A largo number present and all enjoyed them selvesMr and Mrs Ray Burgher Misses Mattie McKinney Annie Gravett and Stella Hiley spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Nettie and Hattio Bush Mr Bill Perry salesman for Van Deren Hardware Co of Lexington and W S Kash salesman for Trimble Bros Mt Sterling called on McKinney Bush Tuesday FurnaceDELAYED Mr Roscoe Newkirk visited at Fitchburg Sunday Mr Fred Watson was here Monday on business OlnyIMaster John S Lyle visited Master Ben Holman Sunday Mrs N D Wireman visited Mrs CordilliaTipton Sunday Miss Minnie G Lyle visited Miss Loula M Holman Sunday Mr James Faught visited Mr and Mrs JV Nowkirk Tues lay Mr and Mrs Alvin Cage visited Mr and Mrs Ed Howell Sun i day Mrs John Shduse Who has f a r beer sick for some time is im proving Ii Miss Biddie Dresser visited Miss es Biddio und Nortie Billings Tuesday ii Mr Ed Howell sold to Mr Mart Ballard JMJine mare for 00 this week i Mr James Faught was the guest of Mr and Mrs Henderson Mesaer Sundayi Several from this place attand ed the party atMr and Mrs Olabe Tiptons Saturday night Mr G W Lyle Jr of Now Town delighted his family here Sunday by paying them a visit r Miss Mabio Newkirk and Mrs Myrtle Faught and little son vis ited their sister Mrs Alma How ell Sunday J Mr and MrsGeorge Ware vis ited Mrs Wars parents Mr and Mrs Alfred Holman from Sunday until Tuesday If Rice Station Mrs Laura Lanter who has been sick is better Eld T P Edwards of Wa gersville is here among friends Eld B S Rurgher of Win chester passed through hero one day last week Uncle Sam Farthing who has been very sick with kidney trouble is some better Eld T P Edwards and Virgil Turpin made a trip to Tick Ridge last Friday night D Simp Wagers our genial Clerk was called to Kings Sta tion a few daystago on business T J Rice of inoln is seen on our streets very often Some attraction Torn 7IMrs Armilda TVitt who was taken from here to the Infirmary at Richmond is reported some betterEld R L Brandenburg has been called as pastor at White Hall Baptist church in Clark countyWagers Rice shipped 25000 ties to the 0 H D R n this week Quincy Johnson is the in spectorLawrence Rice of Hamilton Ohio was called home last Fri day to see his sister Ida who fell on the ice Miss Ida Rice daughter of Jos Rice fell last Thursday on the ice and was unconscious for several hours Greenup Portwood has been a warded the contract for carrying the mail from this place to Port wood six times a week Price 14500 per year On the account of the prevalence of smallpoxun Rockcastle counly Eld J T Turpin did not go to hold the protracted meet ing referred to in our last corre spondent at New Hope Baptist church Gov Browns will written in his ownhaud has been admitted to probate at Hderson It leaves his entire estate of 15000 to his wife iNotice Notice is hereby served on the County udgealld Commonwealths Attorney of PowelIG5unty that ap plication will bo maneat thee next meeting of the Statbbnrd of Pris on Commissioners forthe parole of Oharles Wall homonviotetlof the crime of cess sentenced to life imprisonment ROBERT BIACKDVRN- x Ie Rev Irl R Hicks 1904 Almanac The Rev Irl R nicks Almanno for 1904 is now ready It will be mailed to any address for 30 cents It is surprising how such an slag ut costly book can be sent prepahl so cheaply No family or person is prepared to study the heavens or the storms and weather in 1904 without this wonderful Hicks Al manac and Prof Hicks splendid paper Word and Works Both are sent for only one dollar a year Word and 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