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E THE ClxAYlDITY TIMESG II 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help CrayCij7 the Sorroaniing Conntry and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL9 CLAY CITY Kr THURSDAY MARCH 3 1904 NO U Shooting at Irvine At Irvine Friday S K Hun= cie a saloon keeper and son of ex County Judge James W Man cie became engaged in a diffi culty with Joe Richardson col ored shooting him through the arm and also through the stout ach the last bullet coming out near the spinal column Muncie then turned the pistol on himself and the ball entered below the heart passing out of his backa bove the hip bone The wounds of both men are very dangerous Oraduate Optician W T Webb Olay Citys efficient and popular optician and jeweler was last November a warded a diploma from the South Bend College of optics South Bend Ind as follows To whom these presents shall come greeting Be it known that WILLIAM T WKBB having sus tained a rigid examination in Ad vuuced Optics and Clinical Oph thulm logy and having shown superior knowledge and sound judgement in Confronting intri problemspertainingto the re fraction of the Eye and the adap tion of lenses to the sight is here by awarded the aegree of DOCTOR of OPTICS the highest honor con ferred by this institution- In testimony wliereof this di ploma is issued subscribed by the president and sealed with the corporate seal of the college this 7th day of November one thou x We doors Ceiling Blinds Pickets and StoreFronts sand nine hundred and threeI H ArSEALDR THOMSON New Four new subscribers have been added to the Clay City tel ephone exchange the past week The service is first class and the accommodation is good which accounts for its growth still the list is not as large as it should be There ought to be at least one hundred to the exchange here Assessors Report The Assessors report for Clay City shows 280 lists taken and 108 polls enlisted Totalamount of property subject to taxation 208270 00 total amount of tax on property 1502 08 amount of poll tax 207 total amount of tax for collection 1850 24 This is a gain of 100 in amount of taxation over last year New Judicial District The bill creating a new judicial district from the counties of Floyd Knott and MagoMln has passed the Legislature and will become a law The new district will be Democrat- Ic and the taking of from the 23rd judicial district makes it also more securely Democratic Passing away of an Old Citizen Uncle Tommy Wren died at his house near Judy Montgomery cou nty aged DG rears Ho was the oldest man living in the county Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel R Waldron having been dissolved andthe partnership closed I will continue thebusinessat the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the oldstock 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 lino of Fall Millinery You can TJO suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very 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 r t iline at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnest soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours 1L C ShimfesSelEJ- IANCER MFG CO- x Winchester Ky y Manufacture SashFloorIugx Weatherboarding Varandas Stairways Shingles Etc President ones subscribers Mngofiin reasonable t I We are Headquarters for liuilding Paper t I Felt Roofmg iFlintoid Rpofiiiig t 7 I and Etc q IjJiII 1Semi us Your Estimates t t Promt Shipments I T j y i + Myt11ills and I When sorrows Hock insad surprise Unto the iiHstglift mine eyes They solace have for me Forlo I mfsl8Tu hU18ittcthey Safe sheltered heath our Fathers sk My hills an I Iny hills and I t Sn Oft when fa nthfortod and distressed I go and lie Jiipph the breast Of some near and into mo Enids its ovmjtranquillty My precious would they might know I love then 8oI love them so 1 Yet God loves mallitle less Than He consciousness He In His goodness grants to me Likewise life own eternity But to I hills shall pass away As do the pleases of a day I Yet tuned our hurts one God topraise Our sacrifices flo wo raise Together fervepiprayer is mine Flowerfragrahcb theirs from emerald shrine In Him we liv7tjn Him we die My hills and Imy hills and I ExchangeJaC Get Webb the optician to fit your glasses foSyou oItems Irvine Herald Mrs Lou Lfflackson is improv ing rapidly after a severe spell of sickness IMr and Mt7Blatt Hacker spent reJlltivesinMrs W Wi rVirk who has been vft l 7 daughsterhas returned horn Services were sIroom of the new Methodist church last Sunday and Sunday school will heldregularly in the new build ing Rev D Clay Lilly who has returned from Scotland where he at tended Edinburgh University will pretch at the Presbyterian church at 11 oclock a m Sunday Superintendent clarence Miller who is attending school at Danville desires to announce to the public that he will be at his ofllco every second Saturdav and county court day in each month for the next three months The store house of Mr Kirk at West Irvine was broken into Tues day night and several pairs of shoos andother articles of clothing were taken A bloohound was brought up on the afternoon train from Richmond yesterday but failed to locate the track No clew so far to the theft has been disyovered Miss Ida Rice daughter of Jas B Rice a prominent farmer of Station Camp fell on the sleet ear ly last Thursday morning and sustained serious injuries Dr Hood who was summoned and has attended the young lady says she is now out of danger and that there is no fracture of the skull as was at first reported Does your youIread If so youarein of a pair of glasses properly fit to your eyes See W T Webb the optician FortSaie One Gaarscott portable Engine and Boiler 12 to 18 iorse power in firstclans condition also one Straub grist mill 24 inch French Buhr Stones all in good condition First class Belting andJatoVk WEST Mt7 Sterhing Ky tti 1 1 1 Prof Durrett White Dead Prof Durrett White died at his home in this city last Thurs day afternoon at five oclock a ayweeks illness His were interred in the Eaton Cemetery Saturday in the presence of a congregation of friends All of his immediate family were present at the time of his deathexcept his oldest daughter Mrs Murphy who lives at Indian apolis lad The sad news was conveyed to her by telegraph and she and her husband arrived Sat urday morning in time to witness the burial of her father Deceased was fortyeight years old and leaves a wife and seven children living He was married twenty five years ago to a Miss Norton of Estill county sister to exCircuit Clerk A H Norton of Stanton He was a consistent member of the Methodist church and had been for several years He was an ideal citizen of whom any community might feel proud Prof White moved to Clay City from Millers Creek Estill county two years ago and during this time he had won the friend ship and admiration of all his ac quintances He was lust fall e lected councilman from his por tion of the city on the Democratic ticket and in this capacity he AJVnice was pre sented by the remaining mem bers of the council to decorate graveHe a graduate of the Kentucky University and was a lead ing educator in this part of the State having had twentyfive years experience in the school room Besides being a leading teacher he was also a fine surveyor Had lie lived Mr White would have made the coming race for Superintendent of Schools inPow ell county and he had the most flattering assurances of success as he possessed superior ability to fill the office and his Democracy was unquestionable Big Damages Asked For Mrs J B Marcum has brought suit in the Clark Circuit Court against Judge Hargis Sheriff Ed Callahan of Jackson and Senator Alex Hargis and Judge B F French of Winchester for the murder of her husband at Jack son last summer and asks for the neat sum of 100000 Shiners Killed in Battle A battle is reported between moonshiners and revenue men in Knott county in which two of the lawbreakers were killed outright and one dangerously wounded MARCH NUMBER New Idea Woman Magazine Of special interest to the readers of this progressive periodical will prove the first of a series of Brief Business Talks for Women by Katherine Louise Smith Intbe March number Her hints to her fellowwomen fora better knowledge- in the care of money will prove of exceeding value to those who heed them Time Viceieine of India as presented by Waldon Fawcett deals with the remarkable success of that beautiful American woman Lady Curzon Articles appropriate to Spring in the house and gar den are Flowering Plants for they r tou Windowgarden byEben E Rex ford Raising Mushrooms for Profit by Madeline Reilley and byGeorge SHOE SHOP Opposite J D Eatons Store I am prepared to make and re pair Boots and Shoes and also mendanything in the Rubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular worn days in each week nONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky The Balance- Wheel I Look In watch a moment The balance wLedl making 18000 S vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug gtah theres something wrong Ito will move 0558 miles in a and- S J requires less than onetenthofa drop of oil to mnke it run But it needs S that little bndly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont tnke chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch J in order for a year It will pay and J satisfy you I WEBB theJteler rr CLAY CITY I i Iff The many little ways in which you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters 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 department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS NwwnnhawwnrwwrtindtinnwnsrrunwonrDr DENTIST CLAY CITY KT5 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY r r I 1 L I 4 I SPOUT SPRING Mr Tom McKinney has finished his new barn David Snowden will locate in Illinois in a few drys Mrs A J Barnett is quite sick at her home near this place t Benny McKinney has had two yearling calves to die the past few weeks Tommy Christopher and R S Christopher went to Olark coun ty this week on business Mr R H Curtis one of our hustling merchants went to Olay City Monday on business Simpson Ball has rented a place near Levee Montgomery county and moved thereto Sun dayJames F McKinney spent Sat urday night with his daughter Mrs John E Burgher at Clay CityThere was a big smile to be seen on Asa Todds face this week It is said he got a letter from his girl Oscar Milton has rented a farm across the river in Powell county from W E Heflin and moved to same A R Lowry of Pilot View Clark county was the guest of his fatherinlaw W J Chris topher Sunday Pastor J O Crawford filled his stand at the Methodist church Sunday Quite a number of the young folks attended serviceMr H McIntosh has moved to the Billy Mastin place across theriver Mr McIntosh is a good neighbor whom we very much regret to lose v Mocec McKinney cam home from Thomson the first of the week to remain a few days He is thinking of farming this year iu our neighboring bluegrass countyMr Barnett sold two cows by auction at this place last Sat urday Thos McKinney bought one for 18 50 Billie Snowden bought the other for 14 50 B Frank Wright was the auction eerElder J T Turpin of Rice Station will preach at Salem Saturday and Sunday mornings at eleven oclock ElderAlbert Easter will also be present Sun day and preach We hope to see a good crowd present at these meetingsIke has sold his farm and stock near here and in a few days will go to Illinois to live Mr Barnett isa sober honest and industrious young man such a citizen as our country can ill afford to lose Our best wishes go with Mr Barnett into his new home Mr Ed Gilbert the handle saw yer had the misfortune to lose a good suit of clothes by fire Mon day They wore lying near the engine and caught from sparks idling on them The boys joked him by saying he would be obliged Jo borrow a barrel from Mr R H Curtis to wear back to the cityA R Lowry formerly of this place has sold all of his per sonal property in Clark county and will with his wife in a few S days move to Illinois and make that state their future home Mr and Mrs Lowry have the best wishes of a number of friends in this their old home wherever they may locate THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TBUBBHAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year hi ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday March 8 1104 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 1100 C Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 76 From the Observer Some time ago an article appeared in these columns by en observing citizen oh Uio dogs Well the marshal is look ing after them about to our notion so the observer will make a few remarks on his further observations some of which may have been noted by other citizens but have not been mado men tion of in our paper The observer would now call your at lentlon gentle reader to the city of Clay City and recite to you that she has within her confines tho following One national bank seven general stores one millinery and dry goods store one jewelery store one drug store one confectionery and soda foun tain three hotels two restaurants one livery stable one barber shop one drem shop one gasoline grist mill machine shop three blacksmith shops one saw mill one planing mill the company owning same having in con nection a large general store one han dIe factory a box factory one printing office and weekly newspaper three clinic es a graded school telephone exchange two long distance telephone lines electric lights and water works If we have left out anyone dont feel slighted we surely fogot you Jn add lIon to the above we have a population of nearly one thousand citizens Well when we come to look it all over it might seem as though there could not be much improvement made but let us look a little closer We could use a good commercial club hardware store a flour mill a canning factory bloom factory wholesale gro cory woolen mills knitting works ice factory iron furnaces butcher shop slack barrel factory lime kilns fire brick works and many other things Now dont say the observer is talk ing through his hat but let us see if some of these things cannot be realiz ed First of all we need the Commer cial or Business Mens Club it might calledNow us take up the subject of the canning factory This dont mean a place to put tin cans on dogs tails as was done here during the last holidays but a place for canning fruits and etc andseplf it could not by being pushed a little bo brought to a realization The Commercial Club could make Investigations and find out whom they could induce to locate a plant of this kind here for we are certain that it would pay Then investigate the mat ter of seeds and make it known to the farmers have a meeting some night and tell them about what kind of seeds to plant that they can raise the mate rial to be canned We have an abun dance of wild berries hero These might be made to yield many fold more ifcultivatedThere many pieces of land near here that can only be cultivated with a hoe or one horse plow that are at present uncultivated that would raise fine onions tomatoes string beans strawberries peas sweet corn and etc We have the box factory right here we could got tho boxes made cheap and send them out filled with tin cans nicely labeled with sues as Packed at Clay City or Put up at Clay City Eight now is the time to begin talk ing the broom factory The writer has been told that nobody would buy a broom unless it is a Shaker Broom This wo think is a mistake We have the handle factory here that can make the handles and why not send them out with whiskers on the ends of them Now we could go on and take each of these subjects and comment onI them but we think we have said nough and it may be that all that has Jj y beet said will riot amount to anything nor will any of theabove become a fact as there seems to bp a slowness on the part or most of4he citizens here to see where the b ncftfto bo derived is to come in ateLusgo a little farther and we will qpit First is it not a fact tliat the moe enterprises we have io cted here the more employment itwill give to our people Second when pee peare employed doesnt this give them money to spend and when they spend their money with the merchants doe nt t ia help tho merchant A gain the more different businesses thq more opportunities gives the people to work sothetif one fails or le unable buslI been the case the present winter when our mills and etc are stopped Third when a place is on the export instead of the import thrft makes money plen tiful for that place and all can buy We hope that Clay City will get up and shake herself and all citizens pull together layng aside all thought of self and do each for all Some sayIII am hero foronly a short time I dont expect to make this my home always Now to those we say m ybe if we would all try to make our city progressive and uptodato that you would change your mind or per haps if you should not always remain here maybe some of your children might stay or if neither of these you could look back with pride and BayIII contributed my little mite toward making Clay City what she is So now citizens when any enter prise should come along seekinga loca tion let us encourage it all wo can each contributing something and not discourage it by caking unreasonable prices for a small spot to locate on Dont try to make it all off the new concern at once butreinember it is only average accumulations that count If anyone haaany remarks to make in line with the above let us hear from them through the TIMES Yours truly The Observer Jackson twonew saloons making three in all for this lit tle town Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Corjtnr Mercury as merourre surely destroy the s ofinndcompletely de range the whole system when en teeing it through the mucous stir faces Such articles should never be used except oil prescriptions from reputable physicians as the dsmage they will do is tenfold to the gotd you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J CHENEY CoToledoO contains no mer curyand is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo 0 by F J CnEHBT fc Co Testimo nials free Sold by Druggists 750 per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation MACHINE SHOP FILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep IQ StocK SteamFittbtgl Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 8 5 8 and iajhojse power The best known power for farmers and others printedisL T OAS HAGAN J WINOHISTUZY Y f i I Z A I During the Balance fof Febpuapy 2 will make an additional reduction in the prices of Outings Flannelettes Shoes Winter Underwear for men I i and women and Ladies Bleach Muslin Underwear reiydf10 Mack Duck 9 10 Navy 9cc Satteen 8 IC i 110 Cloaks I Cloaks at 81000 10IC 650 8u 5 i 7 r1 450 Underwear 50 eta Mens 39 25 e 19 50 Ladies 39 25e CI 19 t 25 BoysII 19 Suits 1400 Suits at 8950 1000U 750 1 900II 1 650 750 u 500 450tII 300 Shoes i Mens 84 Shoes 8300 Cl3e 215 250 190 j 11 200cc 169 j l 9II 120 u 125 Heavy 85 Ladies 300 215 cc 250I 189 II 200 1C9 e 1 150 115 I 100cc gO Misses 150 1 115 e 125u 90 cc 90II 66ti11 1761 135 Boys 175II 135 125 Kid Kicker 100 j 125 Brogans 80 MillineryI Trimmed is no object HATS we f over if the prices jl I Ladies Skirts t 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 are making makes them very desirable Noth ing reserved from this sale so come along and get f Big Values in all your purchases Mrs J W Williams s Clay City Ky RR v Ij i Littlepage 5on DRUGGISTS Ky1 Clay City EtciPatent Medicines Paints and Prescriptions oornYCOIDPoundedj- + + + I I I The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit- Are r Made When You T7 e Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLESKYI Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 R H CURTIS i Leader in General Merchandise and Country Produce t 1 Makef Price paid for Railroad Tiesr Ti J Spout Spring ent oqit iI iYour Patronage Solicited P 1 t lr j t Mew 3 err t M Y J 0 iI THE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY MAR 3 1904 LOCAL BREVITIES O W Russell is in Clay coun ty this week on business Wm Bowen Sr and Abb Hall of Bowen were in town yester lay I James M Smethers has moved I from the Hoskins farm to old Olay City There are several cases of measles and whooping cough in Olay City E E West the favorite hard ware drummer was here yester day on business Now is the time to set out shade trees and nothing beauti fies a place more than nice shades Grant Elkin is moving from Winchester to the residence va Gated by James M Smethers a cross the river Elder E W Marcum was call ed Monday to preach the funeral of Mrs Ed Eperson who died near Log Lick Sunday During the last fiscal year the Louisville pension agency dis bursed 8052045 for pensions the number on the roll being 28 x585See notice of grist mill and en gine and boiler for sale in this issue This machinery is all right and should meet with ready I sale Mrs Ailcy Easter who has been very sick is recovering rap idly under treatment of Dr Lit tlepage She resides with her son Eld A Easter I Joe W Tipton who has been in Tennesse in the stave business for several months came home Saturday and remained with his family for a few days Eld A Easter has moved in to the residence of Mrs Susan Poots deceased near Powells Valley to remain until he finish cs building which is now under I contract i Mr and MrsMurphy of Indianapolis Ind were sum moned home on account of the death of Mrs Murphys father WillinotJohn Gaylord of Hedges has purchased the property of Mrs i Lou Groves in Old Clay City Price private Mr Gaylord is blacksmith and we learn that aI contemplates starting a shop soon i Thers are thirtyeight widows 4i of veterans of the war of 1812 now living in Kentucky that draw pensions There is but 1survivorof this warHiram oneI Oronk of Enifdb N Y 108 years i Elds J T Turpin and T IV Edwards of Estill county were here Friday Elder TurrHn was on his way to Bowen preached Saturday and Sun1Il1 while Bro Edwards preached I at Powells Valley at the same time I We have had severalspring lays thotpast week and the pie buds are beginningrto swell t 1 yYr A r GOOD FLOUR Is the faun oton olsucelsful 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 TAIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your hom- eR O Mansfield Son ROSSLYN KY People are very anxious for an early spring after such a stub born winter but we trust it will not freeze later and kill the fruit D R Hastings the monument man of Winchester was here on business yesterday Dr Smith has returned from the bedside of his father who is down with pneumonia in Indiana and reports hit condition as very much improved Mr James White who has been living in tliehouee with his stepson Peter Todd for past several months has moved back to his farm at Walters Ferry Reuben Rogers who has been living at the White place has moved to Olark county We are in receipt of a letter and subscription from our cousin Mrs Mahala Curtis at Blaine Colo She says their family are all enjoying good health The winter in that part of Colorado has been fine stock being able to graze all the time excepting a few days New Citizens Mr and Mrs A J Asberry have arrived from Illinois and will make their home with their daugter Mrs Burl Akers at the Akers House Mr Asberry for rallITo Develop Fields The report comes from a very reliable source that the oil leases in this county are to be develop ed this spring and summer to ful Iv determine the real merits of the field It is also stated that the Standard Oil Company will also develop its leases in this part of the State Several wells are to be drilled in a radius of four miles of Clay City The Sick Mrs Fred Ware whose illness was noted in our last issue con tinues to not improve Miss Kate White who has pueumonia is somewhat improved She has a younger sister now down with the same trouble Hotce Fo 1Cottage of four rooms in goodre pair with four lots in western portion of town Good water convent anti FRANK JOHNSON y tr J i t It Saved mils Leg iTP of LaGrange Ga suffered for tsix months witha frightful runing sore on his leg j but writes that Bueklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaran teed Only 25 cts Sold by Swann Day Lbr Co merchants Convention In the Seventh A Democratic convention will be held at Lexington Thursday May 12 to nominate a candidate for Congress in the Seventh dis trict to succeed the incumbent South Trimble Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are alwayeat work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Cnnptlpation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easey pleasant safe sure Only 25c at SwannDay Lbr Co P store Killed Two Corn Thieves In Fayette county near Athens Llewellyn Sharp shot and instant ly killed Ed Waite a negro and gait Hopper while they were carrying away two sacks of his corn He surrendered to the authorities Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our lit tle boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him buthe grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kingss New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now soundand well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Coldojilt Lung diseases Guarantejji1by SwannDay Lbr Co Merchants Price 50c 100 Trial bottles free Rev George 0 Barnes the noted evangelist who is holding meetings in the mountains has gone to Washington on a short vacation This office is well equipped to print all kinds rfof stockcards See us if you need any thing in this line More Riots Disturbances ofstrikers are not nearly as grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by Utter collapse un less a reliable remedy is immedi ately employed Theres nothing i so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bit tern Itsjajwonderful tonic and ef fective nervine and the greatest nil around medicine for run down sys tems It dispels Nervousness Rheu matism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 50c satis faction guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co- ASimpson county farmer has a sow that has given birth to four litters of pigs within two vears fortyeight in U1 For the offspring of this ohe hog he received 240 in that time A Foji Sale I offer for sale my home place lo cated On Plum Lick pike l miles from Plum and 9 from Mt Sterling It embraces IJ acres having a two story residence of G rooms besides balls and porchc garden and young orchard never failing water also a nice large blacksmith shop and a steam grist mill with twelvehorse Gaarscott portable engine almost new I will Btjl the mill only if desired Here is a bargain J W DmirirAa Plum Ky i X J o i r 3F33S 343+H t+ + INSURE WITH a rF A LYON SON The Insurance Agents of Eastern Kontuolcy Over 200000000 RepresentediEvery one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line t Startling Facts A1 E1 BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from tDaper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon iBring 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 f bObObObO J Nice Hair kinds Tonics ways clean towels in fai to him call o Free IOWAC ail rouo h A tout lq h r u R Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A CleanFashionable Cuts Shampooing and all of Hair You will all find keen razors and IIIIO Laundry Agency Connection 23Dont give a SJU Trial RorerXr1uAtrrdlrtooIRI1Irupnulb WEBB 1IIIIIIII FOR A- 81hutIN IMk KeeagBislaessPH TTpl Mi WILBUR R SMITH KYVtor l UNIVERSITYI tIODBoob and Board In family about ISO apjrsecIallnKeotDckrdo4 01111 L terq errnIfde red lutMcceeot91IWILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky I TMlir v I r h t 1 Nerve Figl If You Waste 1 your Nerve Energy After Awhile Will Suffer ForIt You can wlsto nerve force by excess overwork worry anxiety etc You can weaken yourself by not eating proper food or securing sufficient root to renew tho ncryp energy you The proper 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Asst ashler State Bank Texarcana Ark FREE PckagaofsDo Miles Free Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our will diagnose your case tell nlLABORATORIES ELKIIART 1ND FEMALEWEAKNESS M212 Congress St Oct171902Ito any doctors medicine I ever used and I know whereof I speak I suffered for nine months suppressed prostratedmy back and sides and I would have blinding headaches My limb would swell up and I would feel so weak I could not stand I naturally felt beyoudtbllrrrelP week Alter nineteen days treatment I menitrnatedyUhbpJ autferlng the usua soon became regular lid without pain Wine of Cardul la simply wonderful and I wish that all suffering women knew ol 1U good qualities Yr Drew Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wins of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If ore discouraged and doctors hate that is the best reason in tho world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today wanEO- CIRDUI44 PALL 1003 TREES TREES 37 THE MILLION I I Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Smal Fruits EvergreeniBhnbart Asparagus and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agent but Bent Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Both Phone LEXINGTON KY T 60 YEA- RSEXPEL rTRADE MARKS I DESIGNS YRIQMTR eo A U8 sending a aketciramdeerfptionms7g- aick1y ueertaJli Olr Plntoo tree whether en aAaIOsuttpnPatentslent Pateu ptleewithobtehargetntne Scientific mwltwA handsomely Ulnrtiatod weekly larrest cjr eolation of any fdentlBo Journal Terms ear i four months II Bold newidMlen iUN iCo386i 0111080 r6U NewyorkI u I I I Sage Mr Luther Bingo of Rotliwell was here Saturday on busines- sMrAbbBeningfield is down with measles but is improving Mr Henry Mansfield and fam ily have moved below Mt Sterling r Mr Isham Osbprn sold to Mr Richard Conner fifteen sliotes ut 4 cents Floyd Will spent Sunday with his cousins Oliver and Milford Ilingo at Rothwell Mr Reuben Willoughby bought of Mr Will Burgess one pair of mules and wagon for 210 Messrs Isham Farmer and Rich ard Conner stopped hero Satur day and took dinner with L G Wills I Vaughns Mill Messrs R T Kennon Sun started up their still this week Morgan Gravet moved last Sunday on the farm of 0 0 Daniel JrMiss Allie Bush spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Addie ClarkMr Simp Hall moved to Levee Monday near his father who move there some time ago i Mr G W Bush was the guest of his Aunt Bell Lowe Saturday night and Sunday at Clay Oity Miss Fannie Hanks who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place returned home SaturdayMr B Kincaid has moved to his old farm and Ray Burgher will take posession of the house where he movedcfrom d 0 Snow Creek Walter Lowry sold a horse to a Mr Wilson for 00 Born Feb 20 to the wife of Davis Hutson a daughter J G Vivian made a business trip to Kiddvillo Tuesday prank Berry and brother of West Bend were here Sunday John Ohism and E Mansfield are on the sick list at this writ ingMrs Chism has rentedand moved to the Dr Neal place this weekSol Martin and wife of near Winchester are visiting his moth er this week Simeon Kerr has rented tho Doc Pigg place near Log Lick and will move this week Thos Ogden and Robert Al dridge of Winchester are visit Ing their parents here this week Died at her home atLog Lick SundayiMrs Eperson of con sumption Funeral Monday at her home by Elder E WMnr cum Remains wprelaid to rest in the Shepherd grave yard North Bend4 Miss Carrie Ewoii iston the sick listCorn is selling for 325 in the fieldJames Coulee was at Sage Sat urday The North Bend school will close Friday ti I Miss Minnie Bratton is on the siclc Kist The wife of G A Maxwell of Rosslynj is very sick James Friend wasat Torrent 1 1 iM w i f last week on business r Wm Hall was here on buslnesaturday- P V i I H Ewea was a business vis itor at Clay City Saturday f lOS Welch sulLa quantity of corn to A HallTrice private R 0 Welch anh Willie Ewon were business visitors at Rosslyn Saturdayj 4 rf Grover Anderson and Robert Ewen transactc bus1lessnt Clay City Monday James and Thos Conlee have rented a portion of Thos Welchs farm to be cultivatedin corn this year Y t Virden t Uncle Pressitveim auVns here Monday on bdsineis sI l Mr 0 0 Clemonsis on the sick list at thistine AindifwgsinWinchester A M Potts made a business trip below Winchester last Fri daysJ P Ourtisfpf Snow Creek was in our toth Monday on business 0 Mr Cook has began to move his saw mill thi week to Black creek Our ball team nipt here Sun day for the first of this season and made a few rounds i Misses1Iinninnd Allio Berry of Argyle were the pleasant guests at UncleRas Fishers Sun dnJohn Neal has rented Aunt Nan Mnst ins hou80 and will move this weokrRev EdwardsApreached to a largo cio vd Saturday and Sun day at Powells Valley Baptist church Mrs Nannie Hughs of Kidd yule visited her parents T B Wale and familytfrom Saturday until Mondoy r Moving is the fashion of the day in these parts There were eight wagons loaded with plun der passed here Monday Mac Sons bought the John Gravett farm and moved to it last week Price iaid450 We are glad to have Mr Sons in our neigborhoodBillie moved Monday to the farm he rented near Kidd ville We wish millie all tho good luck that lieimay have in his new Jiome a West BendIf H Ben D Evermatfiwas at Levee this week rv Miss Clay Hensley is reported some bettor E R Rinds waaiin JKlt Ster- ingSatitrdayon business James Roberts WlilJi1tWalters villo Monday on business James Roberts visited his sis ter in Lexington last week There is no improvement in the health of W GKiEverman i John Ware has jmoved from Lexington to his fathers place I Mrs Annio Centers is visiting her daughter MrsilpiH Bdrry ft BF and I N0301tywason Snow creek this week on busi Iness vislltted Albert Berry his cousin near Winchesteaiurday and SundaykMra Mary Barnetiof Winches e J ra u u titerher father Mi I Swope last week Rev T H Con y is n protracted meeting at Monica tins week Miss Fannie Martin of Clay City visited her sister Mrs Jolla Ware last weekIS B and Chester Everman and Ben Hudson were at Mt Sterling Monday on business Isman Rison and parents have moved to Kiriibrell to make that place their future homo Frank Hen iey of Winchester visited his parents Mr and Mrs James Hensley this week i James Johnsen andsoll Fred of Stanton stopped inown lshort while last wqek on their way to Kiddville f Robt Harris has moved frbnv thoGuy place to Wades Mill and Jobt Guy has mov d into the I house vacated by him eo Rev Irl R Hicks Ip04 Almanac t The Rev jrl R nicks Almanac for 1Q04 is now ready It be mailed to any address for 30 cents It is surprising how such an elegant costly book can be sent prepaid so cheaply No family or perllons prepared to study the heavens or the storms and weather in 1004 without this wonderful Hicks 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