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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a d I a 1 J T CLAYtt 50 Cents n Year l lAon7 We are hcreto help Clay tihe SorronnJing Country and Ourselves JE Burgher Publisher 4- M IDOL J t i 1 GLAY CITY KYSfURSDAJ MARGH 10 1 J04 7 NO 10 n Fatal Accident Charlie SpesonJf lliclmrd E vpeanda seventeen years accidentally discharged a pistol niirhis own hand Monday afternoon infktinga wound from which le flied early Wednesday inormrig Tho bull entered the dowtiwardrhe pfonouricedthe wound fatal Ayheii he saw fie young man Tlip accident occurred at a neighbors house but he was car ried to his fathers homo where hcd 1 IT6 will bo buried at the Wells grave yard today The bereaved family has the sym path Or1I numerof friends iSeGood for Kentucky Oil Fields Ono of the assured coming en terprises for Lexington is an oil refinery to be built by the Stan dard Oil Company at a cost of HOO000 Should this project be consummated the oil business in this part of the State would be greatly stimulated with a strong probability of pipe lines being laid to the different oil fields in these parts If the oil wells iii this county were reached by a pipe line they would be valuable producers and we hope to see them so connected in a short time for their certainly is oil herein plenty and we would like to see it yielding the landowners a profit i1 One trilled and Three Injured i The L Abridge crew whilo We Sash doors Ceiling Blinds Pickets Store Fronts on their troy to Irvine to 4epai- the r across the at that place ran into Kings tunnel five miles from town when the derrick struck the supporting timbers at the entrance causing the cavingin oi rockand airt killing Wm John son dead pnd Mc Coy and Frank atfd Will Frazier Capt I W Burnett roadmaster was aboard and alsoinjured uo Prominent listlll Man Drowned Cornelius Isaacs years and a prominent farmer of Estill county was on a tie raft in Station Camp ties out of the creek into Kentucky river Monday when the raft ran against a boom across the creek and Isaacs was thrown off into the water His bodywas recov ered in a few minutes and al though life was not extinct he died in a few minutes after be ing taken from the water He leaves a widow and a large family Better Than in Years The uniformly cold weather of the winter has kept the buds of the fruit trees from expanding and as a result fruit prospects are better than in years There is no reason why we should not have a splendid crop of all kinds of fruits said an old farmer yesterday Kentucky Fariner Get Webb the optician to fit your for cftt 4 Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are HererA nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need wttl be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Millinery You can bo suited here ladies in a Stylish nnd neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should see ourline before buying AYe are closing out a nice line of Ladies GJoaks Jackets Gapes AT COST tend if you are looking for something in this line at bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnest soliciting continuance of same I am V Respectfully yours C Shimfessel Rt NGB MFG- Winchester Go Ky Manufacture Flooring Weathorboarding Varandas Stairways Shingles and Etc bridge Kentuck- river injuringJames agedsixty floating glasses Fall We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintold Roofiing and Etc l c Sendus Your Estimates yc-h Promt Shipments a 1 Council Meeting V Qyregular s WedrfesdayJ Mar 8 with MoyopJ H Terry pre siding ana Oouticilmen Rosej Warmouth Bntnett Littlepage and Daniel sent Mr Littlepage prbscmted res olutions on 1110 death of CounciT man DurrcttVhite and tl 0 same were fts read The following hills were pre sented allbwetland ordered paid I G M Goose fnf settlement 5 24 C C Daniel JB umber W T Webb costs in ten suits 300I Advocate PubQd printingballots SxvannDay LumberCo lightrent 30 00 Miss Groves 6th mo salary 44 44 MissMargarctGroves 8000 I J Gaines Coleman Portwobdhauling gravel 750I 751BugGrover BarnettlhuuUnggravll 2 60 A E 100 Wm Johnson rigprk on streets 7 50 Ed WatmouthFbruary salary 40 00 arrests 1000 4 4ttyoblankets for jail a 00 T F UOJeJ mium on policy 30110 U A Irvin assessor 8alnr 87 50 Total J 30300 Dr J W Vjilliams was elect ed councilmi fill out the un expired termjjbf Prof Durrett White deceased Messrs Barhett Daniel and Littlepage werb appointed a committee to attend the suits pend wf ing against thu city The report of Assessor n A Irvin was read a and received ThoMarshalJp report showed 10 collected Wfines and 2 from sale ofluuilcikIJ turned sinto Treasurers hai ls The Police Julfges report showed 25 in his harids collected from finislThe committed to settle with exMarshal Gooney made their report showing G 24 due Mr Goosey on final settlement This amount was report received and committo discharg ed JMessrs th and Little page were appointed a committee to confer with Prof Gaines and have the course of study of the Graded School printed The committee appointed to construct a wire Moot bridge a cross the river tins given further time The citizens were granted the privilege to lay water mains a long the streets and alley The Marshal was instructed to fill a well in time western portion of town if time citizens refute to puta frame around the same and ti leniovo the fences ob strutting 12th street 011 Drilling Revived The pleasant days have revived oil drilling talk The Standard people have secured leases on thousands of acres in Powell county and Wolf county territo ry has been prospected and drill ed during the winter and there arq now wells near Oampton which are producing an abundance of oil to which the Standard company twill extend a pipe line The Dudley Company countyandof its success in the near future Beattyville News Merchant Sam jllings of Fnr nace is transacting business in the city today f John W SwopeJofcSide View is visiting near hero sM y qtyA 3 Irvine Items I Irvine H Ti11dl Mrs D Ar Wallace has been quite sick for several flays Dr Same of East Bernstead Laurel county has located in Ir vine Frank Congleton has purchufol the Liberty Cox farm across time I 88000 river from Irvine at the price of Miss Emma Wilson spent a few dayswith Miss May Grinstead last week before leaving for her now hone in Indian Territorye Dynamiting in the river has been reported Large numbers of fish has been noticed floating in the river and these offenders of the fish law should certainly be brought to justiceThe work on the court house is about completed and will be ready for the March term of circuit court The court room has been replaster ed and painted and presents an ap peniancc very fitting for our courts to meet E F Marlow returned last Friday from Alabama where he has been for several days looking out a location in the timber regions of that State Mr Marlow will move his family there this spring and ei gage in the stave business Rev Peeples presided at the quarterlymeeting at the Methodist church Sunday in the absence of Presiding Elder E G BMann who is suffering from a fractured ankle and undergoing treatment at the hospital in Lexington Bro Peeples was accompanied to Irvine by his wifewho was a daughter of the late Judge Robt Smith OF INTEREST IN THE KITCHEN Matter of varied interest to the housewife is provided in the April DELINE ATOB An article on serv ins the formal luncheon and dinner contains ninny practical suggestions and is illustrated electively Dain ty Dishes for is of seasonable interest Luncheon Dishes and Entrees from Leftovers will prove a valuable aid to ccono my III I Delaware lint Breads seem tempting enough to dispose ofeven the objections of cold bread advo cates Delicious Sweet Fritters and Novel Oyster Recieps arc other cul inary topics Wm Swope of Glencairn came down to attend the burial of his brother Charley on Hardwicks creek Thursday APRIL NUMBER New Idea Woman Magazine The Easter number of the NEW IDEA WOMANS MAGAZINE is a gal axy of bright contribt tons which are at the same time practical hints to the homestaying women Among the special articles Auto mobiling for Men and WomentelJs time proper costume for those who indulge in this popular sport There is another of those important pay pers onPsychoPhysical Culture telling a woman how she may preserve her Beauty and A Word for the Easter Bride is full of good sound counsel lathe novice in house keeping The second of the series of Brief BusinessTa ks forWomen is given and its advice will prove valuable and wholesome to all women who will heed it IDocs your headache when you If so you are in need of a pair of glasses properly At to your eyes See WT Webb titsop tician SHOE SHOP Opposite J B Eatons Store v I am prepared to make and re pair Boots nnd Shoes and also mendanything in the Itubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular worms days in each week flONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky aeeeeThe Balance Wheel j Look inside YOllr vntch n moment The bnlnnce wheel is nuiking 18000 S vibrations nn hour if its in goodjcondition If the movement is slug I gish theres something wrong It will move 8558 miles in 11 year and 0 requires less than onetenth of n drop needsthatof friction on time hearings alters the motion Dont tnkeclmnces Let J e YOIl1wlltehInJ J satisfy you j WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY The many little ways in which you could economize it 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 wo shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL GAUDS h111Ml1h1 V1418111LIINM44P1141111M4g Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQEM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY r h 0 tr r Ii 6 i 1 f l- M f i t j I f4 J L G v 4 t x i1 or 4 GOOD FLOUR Isthe foun nton of successful Bread Making Pastry Makings Good Cooking The housewife 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 BEST PATENT or MOUN TRIM LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home RG Mansfield Son ItOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRINGv Mrs Elizabeth Burgher con tinues ill though she is slightly improvedReuben Tipton has rented his motherinlaws place on the riv er and moved to the same one day last weeklies Andy J Barnett whose illness was noted in Our lust is sue is fast improving being now able to sit up Shelt McKinney visited his uncle George W OHnter at College Hill Mi dson county Saturday and Sunday Rupard Curtis has bought a farm in Powell county near Clay City and it is said that he will move from our midst to his new purchase- A very good crowd attended the services at the Baptist church Sunday Elder J T Turpin was engaged to supply for the church at the April meet ing The handle mill has sawed out their hickory timber on the McKinney farm at this place and is now moving to Berry Barnetts farm near Vaughns Mill Miss Bettie Barnett daughter of Berry Barnett of this place was married some weeks ago to a Mr Payne of Oarlock Ill where the young couple now re sideElder Albert Easter attended services here Sunday and partic ipated in the exercises We hope Bro Easter will come this way again and preach for us as ho is a very entertaining speakerIMr and Mrs A R Lowry spent several days the past week with the latters father Mr Wt J Christopher They left Tues day morning for Bloomington III where they go to make their home Sale of estill County Oil The Estill County Oil and Gas Company has sold its entire out put to the Standard Oil Co sit 1 JO per barrel These wells produce several hundred barrels daily and is the best price ever obtained for Kentucky oil which showsthat the oil foundin Estill is ofa fine quality THE TIMES 1URLISUED 1 YRYfnurnsDAY i J C burgher Publisher DtsaiFiion Rates SO Cents per year in ad yance otherwise ft Cents Enforcer nsBeqoijdqlasa nmll matter ice Thureday f March 10 1004 k CLUB RATES For thoconvenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 I Home and Farm 75 Modern Churches are Slowly Dying In un address which was the feature of the fourth annual meeting of the Baptist Social Un ion of Now York Rev Russell H Cornwell D D pastpr of the Baptist temple of Philadelphia has declared that modern churches are dying slowly but surely because of indifference of pas tora and congregations liThe modern Christian church he said is becoming submerged be causo of laxity Pastors are growing indifferent mid congregations are all the time becom ing smaller There are too many movements too many oflshots and differing phases of creed The result is that the parent church is dying The only rea goesIknows that his best girl is there The Y1l0tA is more prosper ous than the church because it is made attractive with its books and gymnasiums with a true Christian spirit With hospitals andcolleges the sectarinn spirit is waning Men vying make largo endowments as a rule stipulate that the institutions they help shall be nonsectarian If the church is to live wo must come back to the first teachings of Christ Exchange This Happened In Ohio A mob of nearly one thousand men took a Kentucky negro from the jail in Springfield 0andshot him to death The negro had killed a policeman of Spring field The mob broke the jail doors down with railroad irons and ignored the efforts of the po lice and Sheriff to prevent the lynching How does the above sound for a niggerloving state in a city of fifty thousand people Had this occurred inn Southern village and had the fiends victim been a defenseless woman instead of an armed Northern policeman it would have been denounced in theNorth as an outrage and they would be ready to fully prosecute every member of the mob and hang the last one of them They now have another case under their own and unmolested juris diction Wo will wait anfl see how many hangings occur from this Northern mob violence If more ourpopulation would put in a small crop this spring and buy up a few calves and turn out on grass instead of depending upon their dailylabor for support they would be much better oil at the end of the year Many complain of food supplies being so high that one with mod erate wages can hardly earn a support if ho manages to put in all of his time True enough Then why dont these same peo 4 pro go to raising some of these suppliesenough for themselves and a surplus to sell Anyone can do this1 and we are sure they would bo far better off at the end ail not have to work half so hard as they now work and work on theirown time ahdqt fheir leisure Viic S Beware of Ointments for Catarrh I V iuint Contains Mercury us mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell andfconipletuly de range tine wliolesy6tein when entering it through the mucous BUr fnce8SJlCharticles should never Do used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as tine dsrnuge theywilltlo is ten fold to the god you can possibly derive frdrh them Hulls Catarrh Cure manufactured bvF JCHENEY Co Toledo 0 contains ro rrier curyand ig taken internallyacUng directly upon the blood and mu eons surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally und made in Toledo p by F J CHENEY Co Testimo nials free Sold by Druggists 75a per bot tie Take Halls Family Pills for con stipatiou I Subscribe for the TIMES Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCases Cured There are aeve main features of heart disease W 1 JVeakness or Debility 2 lUieifmatlsm or Neuralgia 3 Vlvulnr Dlrder 4 Dilation 6 Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera tion 7 Dropsy- Docunlentary vldenco will prove thousands of soc Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their die ease Is heart trouble but ascribe it to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Hero are some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain in Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort in Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse NewHenrtwhenever opportunity presents 1 can now go up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ago I could hardly walls one block One year laterIa- m still In good health the Heart Cure did so much for me that I find It a fargreater medicine than you c677Northto beIJ D YOUNG Pine St Natchez Miss Money back If first bottle falls to benefit FREEWrite we will mall J ainand Package of Dr Miles w Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what Is wrong end how to Absolutely Free Address DR MILKS MEDICAL CO LABOIIATOIUE3 EUUIAKT IND MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep to Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 6 8 and iShorse power The best known power for farmers and others printedILT CgAS HAGAN I WINCHESTER KY J n r =S J IDuring the Balaric0 w VtHofFebpuapy5 We iH nifUfo an additional reduction1 iff trio prices 00 r V S Outings Fjahneleucs SJibes Wihter UnderwearTor inch r 1 t and women nnd Lndles Blench Muslin Uniitr clrl jlljct 9utin s8ureltya Flannelettes 811 H 10 Blsttk Duct Un iON t 10 Navy 0 IILSutteen 8 tllO jClqaks v- 8150T Cloaks nt 810700 QrtC 7n tt 450 fl Underwear 50 cts Mens t3 39 25tt r 10 1 50 IadiesII 39 25 1 I 10 25 BoysU ll t SuitscntD O 1 750 t 900II 050 tr p fl OO ji lli 4 OiI 11 300 c 4 r e l t1- r Glens 84 jSiloes to so 00I T oJII 2 i U 250 s II 1JJO 1 II tooCo 1G II 1501t11 12t4t10 1LadiesII a 250 01 1 81 iiQO II lCfl j t 150 Ii 115rlJ 10I DO 4 i Misses 150I 115Hc r25 90 1 lio 1 15 1 175 1 135- Boys 175 u 105 It 125 Kid Kicker 100 II 125 Brogans 80 Millinery r We have a few Readyto Wear nod Trimmed f IforMisses and Ladies and the price is no intend to carry any of them over if the HATSii r3willmove them out Ladies Skirts k Great Reduction in Prices on these and they will have to be seen to be appreciated Our tide of Dress Good are beautifullond at the pri l ces we lire making makes them very desirable Noth 1 lug reserved from this Pale so come along midget Big Values in all your purchases MrJ W Williams j I Clay City Ky j mina uswAaina Yru wNwnN4 Nw i i +++ i r ++ ++++ +t + r + v I t Littlepage Sonff III DRUGGISTS I t t Clay City Ktt+ + + Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery unS Etc + X Prescriptions carefully compounded 3 i The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls i And Flakiest AVO Made VVhon YouTKO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour I Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 I RH CURTIS Leader inTGeneral rierchandise and Country Produce Shoesr Biscuit IVIakef Price paid for Railroad TiestSpout Spring Kentucky i c J Your Patronage Solicited f d r A r o q I o tJ THE TIMES- t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY i MARjlO 1904 I LOCAL BREVITIES Tll sick folks noted in our last tc issue are all improving t I J W McKinneyj ofAViiiches of for visited friends pear here Friday1 Mrs A PSteele andMiss Isa vMcCorniick visited friends in Lexington Tuesday fSquire D D Potts held his ll regular session of court at the City Court room Saturday 1rs A RLowry was the- guest of her cousin Mrs1 E Burgher Wednesday and Thurs duy t Mrs Katie Bishop has returned to her home at Indianapolis after several weeks visit to rela tives in this county The state Legislature at Frank fort will adjourn next Tuesday having been in session sixty days the limit of the law We are in receiptof money or der from Mrs Mary E Walters b of Bloomington Ill to pay for renewal of subscription to the Times Miss Fannie Jackson of ti Vaughns Mill left Monday for avvisitfof several days to her sis ter Mrs Charles Rupard at Pi lot View Mr and Mrs A II Lowry boarded the trainhere Tuesday j morning for Bloomington Ill where they will make their fut ture home jIfyou are thinking of buying a watch you should see what a nice line is curried by Webb the Jew I eler All kinds of repairing accu rately executed Rev O B Crockett of Wit theIof Pastor Crawford Bro Craw I + 1 j ford was kept away by having I ft the measles fPastor J 0 Crawford writes us to announce that he has suffi ciently recovered from measles r to fill his pulpit at the Methodist church here Sunday the 18th and hopes to meet a good crowd We had a heavy rainfall Sun day evening and night and as a J consequence thn river was near the top of the banks and in some of the low bottoms Tuesday It is higher than it has been for sev I Sernlmonths Mrs JE Niblack was called to Winchester Monday occasioned by the serious illness of hers sisters husband James BaileyI He died soon after her arrival I and was buried Tuesdayin the I Winchester Cemetery I Time farmer is or should he a very busy creature these days The preliminaries for the planting of spring crops is command ing his attention and to avoid the rush at planting time Jie must be hustling these days A wellknown medical writer says ho defies anyone to produce a case of smallpox that has been contracted by any person who made daily use of lettuce as a food If there is any suchcase on record the writer would be glad ft hear of it p I r The contract for the grading ofI the approach to the brid e across the railroad track on Sixth IlvEI nue has been let to Wm Neal and work is progressing fast on theliQrth slid s of the railroad It seems wo will have a bridge acfbss the railroad if vie never get one Across the river 1 visifinghermouth Ohio Mr JnnBaker j Vaughns Mill and Mrs Wil sons father is also at Mrs Fowl ors and is Very low Ho is not expected to recover Later A telegram was receiv ed yesterday from Portsmouth announcing the death of Mr Ba ker which occurred there yester day morning Clay City vs Jackson The town board of trustees at Jackson has revoked the frau chise granted the Jackson Elec tric Light and Power Cdmpany two years ago because of the companys failure to furnish the lights contracted for Clay City has one of the best electric light plants in the smaller towns in the State operating very satisfactory with out a franchise Contemplates Moving West H M Witt of Levee wits in Ulay City Saturday Mr Witt has sold his farm and personalty and contemplates moving to Kansas City in the course of a few weeks and if he doesnt strikeI something better while in the city Saturday he was looking at some property in view of purchasing and locating here We trust Mr Witt will get suited in property in our city and give out the idea of moving west Death of Miss Nellie Bradley Miss Nellie Bradley died at the Red River Hotel Saturday March 5th of consumption Funeral services were conducted Sun day afternoon after which the remains were laid to rest in the Eaton Cemetery Little Nellie as she was com monly called was the only daughter and youngest child of Mr Louis Bradley of this city and a very lovable little girl She was fourteen years old and for the past few years had resided with Mrs Nettie Hall at Kansas City Mo but came back to Clay City last fall with Mrs Hall and has- since boarded with Mrs Adams atthe Red River The Wheat Crop During the recent warm weath or farmers have been watching their wheat fields with interest- to know to what extent the wheat was damaged by the freezes 6f the winter and by the dry weather last fllUThe warns weather has brought out the wheat great ly and that portion of the crop planted early last fall promises well Much of the late planting however perished in the ground and the land will have to be planted in corn oats or sonic other crap As a whole however the crop is in better condition than had been hoped for On account of the dry weather of the fall and the uniform cold weather of the winter farmers say that grass will bo two or three weeks later this spring than usual oven though warm weather sets in unusually early There was almost no winter grass consequently what grass there was is eaten almost to the ground Kentucky Farmer Judge Riddell at Jackson Judge Robert Riddell is holding his first term of court at the r T ioiDathiit this week- Addrealingthioi grand jury ho said it is prepopterous to say that a grand jury can not findout who coiiitnitted a murder Ho declared I that the blind tigers and saloons in Jackson were in open violation of law and recomniend that tjio grand jury investigate the operations of the three sri loons that areeaidto beHcensed It Savedills Leg P Ak Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered fur six months with a frightfulruning sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five davsFor Ulcers Wounds Piles its the treat salve in the world Cure guaran teed Only 25 cts Sold by Swunu Day Lbr Go merchants After a lapse of several months a correspondent shows up from Union Hall Wo would like to hear from each correspondent oftener thanthis preferable once a weekI 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 Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easey pleasant safe sure Only 25oat SwannDay Lbr COH store- The season for sowing tobacco beds is oip with the farmerITragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our lit tie 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 but he grew wove every day At length we tried Dr Kingss New Discovery for Sonfuimption and our darling was saved lies now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by SwannDay = Lbr Co Merchants Price 50c L1 100 Trial bottles free Oil producers in Kentucky are puzzled at a further reduction recently made by the Standard Company in its price for the output of the Kentucky fields More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will he followed by utter collapse un less n reliable remedy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bit ters ItsVwonderful tonic and effective uervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down sys tems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 50c satis faction guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co For Sale I offer for sale my home place lo cated on Plum Lick pike li miles from Plum and 0 from Mt Sterling It embraces Iiacres having a two story residence of Grooms besides halls and porchesgarden and young orchard never failing water also a nice large blacksmith shop and a steam grist miU with twelvehorse Gaarscott portable engine almost new I will Bell the mill only if desired Here isa bargain J W DOUGLAs Plum Ky House For Site Cottage of four rooms in good re pair with four lots j inwestern por tion of town Good water conveni ent1- I JOHNSON f 47++++ FF + ++++++++++ + INSURE WITH t Iiov t 200090000 I 1tbeyarc+ st+ + S Ho1Hf +143++ UHU Fft + H +++ r StSt wSt Startling Facts VA E BARNETT It 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 them everything from i Daper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY HJlSHJISHJlSHX ttll him call 5tn trrluwarotMl staP070 Mrs RorerRIIM RMI 14 rMe n pp 1111 Al rurdMlnte- wIIrtpwwr 1k 1MreaEY RICK Irao wUAaloqR- OLLX4X Rr to 1101 R1Iq Il1o J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CITY KY ICLAY Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 23Dontfai to give a Free Trial MwtU FORA Situation BookKeelogeuslnessPHONOGRAPHY IITJpeoWrltlng Telegraphy =WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINCTON KY For elrcnUr of lib famous sad COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Sedal at World Exposition Raters to thonitndi of graduates In poaltlons Coat ran 8aol CJoane Including eon soot sod about 90 BhorlhADd11P WritisgiandTeltgraphyBpedaliilr WThe TJnlTenltr Diploma awarded Oour free If dwlwd Ilrednote8iiLlterarr K Gredoaleufol- I Order Ii uN WIne raw M adJmt cole WILBUR R8MITH Lexlnton Ky hiii Ax n 0 It 5 2 0 0 UnionHall i Mrs Ellen Abney is very sick at this writing Miss Lizzie Adams was the guest of Miss Lizzio Ginter Sun toy v l1rr W Jphes our post master is outlid sick hat but ap pears to be improving A Mr lVillie homers hail a two footgriuQIl his faceSunilayhe- was courting his best hire t J O Adams and family visit edfriendsTuid relatives on Wlilfd Oak Saturday night and Sunday Mr Willie Henderson and Walter Tyree visited friends at play City from Friday until Sun dayKimbrell f Jesse Richardson of Fox was here last week on business Stanford Puckett has gone to Bloomington Ill to work this summer Mrs P 0 Pryor of Spout Spring visited Mrs Tims Olein last Sunday Newton J Tuttle and sister Miss Maud of Calloways Creek visited their uncle Gus Embe last Saturday and Sunday HEALTH keephousethefamilyaaoctorInof time It is a doctor In Itself and always ready to make a person well and nappy JAMES HALL Jack sonville 11- 1Because this great medicine relieves stomach frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates the torpid liver ened kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthforytars ThedfordsBlackDraullht ness sia colds chills and headachesdiarrhoea ailmentbecause control THEDFORDS DLACF DgAUGUTPALL TREES TREES BY THE MILLIONI Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Smal Fruits Evergreens Rhubarb Aspar agus and everything for Orchard Lawn and Oatdj No agents but Belt Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to H F HillBrvmeyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE tTRADE MARKSI Anyone sending aketcb and decriptlon may qnlcklr ueertaln our tree whether an Invention tlon U probably patenlhlOommunlea tent free Oldest a encyffor securing patenu Patents wltbontebareel- aIaScientific Co receive iptetal notlte Jhitericam A bandsomelr lllnrtratod weeklr Tanrest dr cuUtlon of any gctonttOo lonrnaJ Terms f3 a year j four month fL Bom brail newsdenlora mUNN Co8N1EroadtnyNew York Branch office OB F BU Waahlnaton D U l I W il Powellwiid wifej of Mill ers Creek visited the latters paropts Mr and Mrs David LarI ison last Saturday and Sunday George Noland of Union City Assessor for Madison cQuntyand tra salesman for Gatiiright of Louiel illot was here last yopK selling sonddlery and harness TlioinmUyr0ufefrpm this to Olay City ee4n reailver JtJsed and bids will bo received liptp March 22 for carrying mall an this route for the next four yea si beginning Jelly 1st 1004 West Bend B Lr Bruner sold It horse toil Sops of Virden for X801 Mrs Amanda Case is visiting her sister Mrs S BEverman Herman Evermantvisitedin Montgomery countyvthis wTdekf Joe Palmer of Indian Fields was here Saturday on business Robt Swope visited friends in Clark county Saturday and Suns day Rev T H Conry close lairo tra ted meeting at Monica last week Charley Young and E R Hinds were at Virden Monday night oil businessEdward Hinds bought of Charley Swope this week a nice han ness horse Alfred Rose of Clark county visited his parents here Saturday and Sunday William Everman of Snow Oreek visited W G Evermail at this place Tuesday Misses Mary Johnson and Lil lio Ware of Virden attended church here Sunday Milton Morehead of Winches ter visited his parents here from Saturday until Monday Sam Rayborn of Kiddville called on lady friends in our town Saturday night and Sunday IlrBerry D 0 Morehead and uncle Buck Berry were at Stanton Monday on business Misses Mary Clay and Myrtle Cabal of Kiddville visited Miss Clay Hensley one day last week Mr and Mrs M W Banahan of Lexington visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs J A Roberts here from Saturday until Monday Sage Mrs Lihu Miller is on the sick listHarvey Lowry paid this place a visit Sunday Mr Burnam Skidmoro was at this place Qn Sunday Mr L G Wills wont to Bowen Tuesday on business Mr B Bates sold his farm on Cano creek to Mr Joe Spencer The people here are stirring a round about their spring work Judge L G Wills went to North Fork Monday on business Mr Serson of Bowen was here Monday looking after his timber businessFloyd Helton sold a piece of land to George Redic one day weekWe new neighbors Chas Wilson and family havemoved on L G Wills place Mr Wells salesman for the Queonswaro Co atLiverpoolO was hero on Wed- nesdayRtrrw w Mrssrs Thos Martin and Reu ben Viilougfiiy welit to Mont gomery Monday business Andrew Chainberspfopped hero Friday on his way home from the burial nfr Mrs JoOiOhambers Sr at Meinns 1 iiarly birdssojnno of tlQWo men here iutyou1a nice portion andhave 1OfjIlia fram on CorioVcfejek where Ghas Wilspii hafrecently Vacated i Misses Evil and tu Wills wehf to see Mrs Nancy Gillum who has the lagrppo Saturday evening and paida morning call to Mrs Chas Wilsonop Sunday Misses Harvey Tejffey find family G W and W HPoyn= ter Isom Osborn Andrew Char hers G Logan aid Bates were guests at L G Wills on Sunday Breaks the recordRogbr Ew ell the three year old little son of And Wills living near Spen tl1bridledcamo riding out jnto the barn lot the first his parents noticed him His father asked him how he managed to catch the horse the little fellow said he took corn and told the horse if ho didnt take the bits in his mouth that he would shoot kiln when he got a big boy and with a stall made the horse stand up to the trough so that ho got OIh He is a crackerjack r c VaughnJs Mill Ike Barnett visited at College BillSunduyt Mr Dick Bnrnett gave the young folks alpound part Friday night Miss Addle Clnrk ppent Srturdny night and Sunday with Miss Allie Bush Miss Fannie Jacksonis visiting her sister Mrs Betsy Rupard at Pilot View Mnck andFnnnfe Gravett visited their uncle Andy Barnett Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Charlie Clark spent Saturday night with Charles Bush and wife Miss Stella IIiphleyvisited her sister Mrs Ray Burgher from Friday untilllondny Mr and Mrs Sam Carr visited the latters father and mother Saturday and Sunday Misses Mattie MoKinnev and An nie GraVett and Everett Burgher were guests of Mr and Mra Robt Henry Sunday Mr and Mrs Charlie Bush Mr and Mrs Bert Barnett were the guests of Mr and Mrs Melvin Gravett Sunday Charlie Swopo while fooling with a pistol at Sam Le6s Monday even ing shot himself accidentally li the stomach and the bullet ranged sonic where in the hip bone Mr James Baker who left here some time ago to visit his children is down sickut fthoi home of his daughter Mrs Fowler nt Ports mouth Ohio They think he will not recover Misses Mary anaEva Lee were the guests of MisslPollio Bush Sun day r y Charley Swopeiwho shot himself accidentally l evening died Wednesday inoriiiOOgat 6 oclock will bo bmied Thursday morning at ten oclock at the Wells graveyard Ho leaves father mother two brothers John and Willie Swope of GlencairhiBnd one sister Mrs Mary DatglibtecofFord to mourn his loss 1 f 1 J ff For Sale k c Engineandfirstclass condition Oleo one Stratih grist mill 24 inch French Buhl Stones nil in good condition Fjje class Belting and etc EE WESTJV Mt Sterling Ky r+Desirable House for Sale We11leJlstedwlth lla desira bee twostory residence iihf four 25 x J20 feet lots located in the upper portion oflI1 Tliis Mollie contains 7 roome witlf the required out buildings is a nice limne for some one with little money For patticulArs cAll At this office aettheHENDERSOjV ROUTE Hab- It on Your Trip t- oSfLOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATES FROM LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OP THE WORLDS FAIR I SKASON TICKETS 13 00 Sold Dully Commencing April 25 Limit 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IllPjun 3217 20 Torrent Bi77 t4 Natural Bridge 401 801I Stanton 480 828 I Clnv City 430 837f LE Junction 00 Ojio Winchester 020 023 ArLexington 005 1010 NosStind 4 make clone connections for Cannel City and points on the O K Division daily except Sunday Nos land 2 connect at L A E junction with 0 A 0 for Jit Sterling nnd local points Nos 1 and 2 connect nt Beatty- ville function with L A for Bentty ville dally except Sunday J R BAlm CirAs ScoTT Gen Jlnnngcr Gen Pass Agt B E WEST Witli Smmons iCoSe Louis Mo will make regular trips tlironh this section Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses MEAT MALT THS IDEAL TONIO AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A cdcntillc combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LooInuJe Ky January u ma MEAT MALT CO Louixrffle Ky GentlemenHartngenminedyonrbteatandblaltpreparation lIS and node of can state that it Is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invlarorates digestion and Is es In nervous alldUCaaenttended wlthdebUity Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D LouUrillc College of Pharmacy MEA1 A MALT CO Louisville Ky