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Digital page images are linked to the text file. js It i THE CLAY ITY TIMESl t 1fl i 1 f pO Cents a Year In Advance T a J We are here to help Clay CitMlie Sflrroin Jing Country and Ourselves J E Hurgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY OITY KFMmiSDAY MARCH J1904 NO 12 l t Circuit CourtIThe March Circuit Courtconvened nt Stan ton Monday with Judge J M Benton presiding ntid Common wealths Attorney B A Orutch er present The following gentlemen com pose the grand jury A P Bush Sam Evorman S W Tipton 0 L Smith Wilson Ohaney Green Osborne J F Kincaid J F Martin A G Powell Albert Bowen Guns Potts and T B Ware T B Ware foreman The petit jury is composed of the f llowing gentleman Morton Fortner Thos Morehead Lewis Faulkner J IT Neal Randall Hanks A D Kirkpatriclr G A Orabtree James tFortnbr W L Adams Frank Yocum W S Rogers Tim llattonFrank John son J D Kerr J H Pelfrey 11 M Hallnrland Wise Ray McKinnoy Algin lion A It Goosey W n Ewen N S Mc Donald Wiley Eperson Hon J B White of Irvine und 0 H Pollard of Jackson ure yisitingjittorneys Uncle lopfha Boohe depu ty Circuit Clerk is waiting on the court with as great activity und proficiency as one of many years hisjunior Ho is now 70 years old and looks well The docket is light and a num her of minor cases have been disposed of s t For Sale One set of good surveying instrtt It l ap CaIIptltbis c i qWe Manufacture Snshy Flotirhlg f doors Ceiling Blinds yj V Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles Store Fronts Hopkins at Stanton Congressman Frank A Hop kiiis was at Stanton Monday and spoke at one oclock to a well filled house of enthusiastic hear ers He showed up the shortcomings and rottenness of the present administration in its true light and rehearsed his labors in Congress during the short time he has had to serve and spoke at length on the ques 98pleMr at tentive to business since he has been at Washington and has certainly done as much for the people of the district as was pos sible for him or any other man to do that was to tho best interest of his constituency and now prepared to do even more in the next term which he asks at the hands of the Democratic party and the people The short official career of Mr Hopkins fs clean and untarnish ed and while he has opposition he has nb doubt of being nomi nated in the May primary Storm Docs Great Damage- A heavy rain and windstorm swept through the Ohio Valley Tuesday iifteroon doing a great amount of damage to farm build ings and fences In Southwestern Kentucky hundreds of buildings were swept away and several persons were injured Heavy hailaround Paris killed young lambs For Sale A two story business house on hliuo U lots well improved suit able for business or dwelling For further information apply tpJaines lfllnmvirYR a Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved nud the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand find will continue to theremainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean well selected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant of frail Millinery jv1 You can bo suited libre ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you call be anywhere The e for these goods is very reasonable and you shoulcbpeourhne- 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 liriejnt a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock- I I TlianlHiigthepublic for past and earnest yt1 soliciting continuance of same I amt Jl Respectfully yours C Shiflifessel J r r GiO4 t Winchester K 1 1 eathorboardinB1 J h and Etta is We are Headquarters for- Building PatcJ t Eelt Roofing Tlfntoia Roofiing V1 and Etc et i fitT t IH SendusYouitEstamates tromtfSJIpr e1 jFSl t1h J r 1 I tResolutions on Death of Prof White Whereas the great Ruler of of the universelias in His infinite wisdom removred from our midst ourworHiy and esteemed friend and felUqw citizen Prof Durrett Whiawand Whereas intimate relation held during a snort business life by him withthf members of this board mnkesit that we record our appreciation of him thereforeResolved letJ That the wisdom and abilility which he has exercised iii niiFof our board willIbe den removal ofsuch a mall from our midst leaves a vacancy and shadow that will till deeply felt by all member of this board and will prove ievoushss to this city and toHlib public Resolved art That with deep sympathy with tfie aillicted rela tives and friends oTjtho deceased we espressouc prpfoundestsym patty in this 7 itiioonouJ1 lo and bereaveineflit Resolved tnThat we have these resolutions BprDadupun tho minute boolc altllta copy of same be sent tqtlielUe eaved family and have them theRCLAY CITY T11Es ity The above r of nsl reieo r fered in the Ci Y CouficilAit Its regular Marclnnioeting ly Dr Littlepivgtf un same were unanimously t1 lopted by that body yj Kimbrell Tom Winburn bought of John W Tuttle a work horse for thirty dollars Sam Puckett ofYienna bought of John Garland an aged workhorse for 30 J W G PatrickJjought Simp son Clem one eiglltyeajold work horse for 85 E H Bowles piie of our horse traders went to Mt Sterling court last Monday Pastor J 0 Crawford will preach at Jacksons Chapol Meth odist church next Sunday James F McKinhey bought of Milliard Einbs ono wojearold heifer Weight 525 lb for 8 cents per pound 11 Mr and Mrs Mart Williams of mouthof Red River were vis iting Mrs Jane Orsborne the first of the week Gentry fc PuckettJiave started iip their saw milljl1ear here They are sawing lumber for Jo Jones of Winchester Blue Grassy Nurseries SPRING 19014T y I Tress bi the MilllonF Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grpeines Asparagus KliubarbSmnUEruitsi lndeverytfJn for Orflurd Lawn and Garden No Agents Strawberry andOen- praLCatulogue on application to FL Ft iUeixmeyerSpixsi Bothlhonel 970 LEXINGTON KY JJ 1f S 1 1 wt 1 William Clem and wife visited the tatters parents Mr and Mrs James Curtis near Iron Mound last Saturday and Stun day Rice Station Frank McGowan is on the sick listFarming is all tho go in this sectionWagers Rice went to Cincin nati this weekon business Elder Martini of Winchester preached at Winston Sunday- J IL Turpin and Nath Fain were in Lexington one day last week on business J T Turpin was in Clay City last week where he sold four sets of tombstones JeirReed has moved into the house made vacant by Ebb Wil son when he went to Ind Ter vEauraTaiitT went to Rich mond last Tuesday where an op byUjclorsThe widow of Win Johnson who was killed at the tunnel two weeks ago has sued the railroad company for 15000 We un the company offers 1 GOO for a compromise Yoiing Alex Johnson of near Pandla fell off bridge No 91 a jfoyv days ago and lay there some car 48 hours before he wnajfouhd Ho died from the effects of the fall Whiskey was the cause Irvine Items Irvine Herald Misses Mary Jacobs and Nettie White are spending this week in CincinnatiMr Mrs D A Wallace left last Saturday for Cincinnati where they will purchase their stock of spring goods Dr Sams who was here lust week with the expectation of loea ling here was unable to make sat isfactory nnnnRenients and left on Saturday for Eust Bernstead rapidly moved from the Shepherd House to his fathers hone on Cow creek this week e Rev D C Lilly preached at the Methodist church Sunday night to a largo audience lIe will preach at the Presbyterian church the com ing Sunday Tho entertainment given at the Christian church Saturday night by the Sunday school of that church was well attended and thb songs recitations etc were well render ed A liberal surd was contributed which will go to the Home Mission Fund Time March County Court day last Monday brought a good sized crowd to town considering the dis agreeable day and the people seem ed busy in adjusting thier affairs for the coming seasons work Some stock was sold at auction ut full prices The horse traders were ac tie all dayand we suppose every one got the advantage in the trad ing Desirable house for Rent A nice twostory residence in the eastern portion of the city Will bo for rent May 1st The house has seven rooms with pan tries and etc and all necessary out buildings For particulars callon J E Burgher at the TIMES officej I Docs your head ache when you read If so you are in need of a pair of glasses properly fit to your eyes See W T Webb the op tician SHOE SHOP Opposite J D Eatons Store I am prepared to make andre pair Boots amid Shoes and also mendanything in the Rubber Line and repair Saddles und Harness Regular worn days in each week MONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky The Balance i Wheel Look Inside your moment The balance wheel Is miikim 18000 vibrations nn hour if Its III good J condition If the movement is slug J gish theres Komithitif wrong It J will move iflo8 miles in n your nnd requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to innko it run lint it needs S that little badly TIll lent degree of friction on the bearings niters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean und oil andIl1t your watch J in order for u willluy und 2 satisfy you J JWEBB theJeweler CLAY CITY I 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 compounded 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 CAlms 11N 14LN N1aayaV41NNNLN40 Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY f GOOD FLOUR Is the foun nton of successful Bread Making Pastry Making 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 TAIM LILY of vour grocer and have better bread in your home BC Mansfield Son RQSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Reuben Tipton hns been ailing slightly the past week Owing to the continued wet weather our farmers are mak a ing slow progress in their spring work The Estill Circuit Court will convene at Irvine next Monday This will be Judge RiddelPs first session of this term in his native county Pastor J O Crawford will be at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 oclock to fill his regular appointment We hope to see a good crowd outThe trespass on the public school grounds at this place noted in a former issue of the TDIES has been amicably settled with the trustees by the pay ment of twentyfive dollars to the district Thro Kentucky Thro that grand state of Kentucky Where the01d Homegot its name Where the fields are overflowing With the yellow ripening grain Here tobacco plants are growing In the fields not sown with corn Tobacco plantsbig as cactus Just as sure as you are born Yes theyre large as goodsized cactus Large in our homelike view But its of as fine a grade as J Is that old Kentucky Dew Here all people reap a harvest Money in bank from year to year All the green calamity howlers Lose their jobs when they land here Here the dry ways are the highways Built high anddry from rains and flood Hero the good roads delegation Swear the roads are suttnly good But of pikes and highways finest Theres a road that suits my taste j Tis the line of Solid Comfort And the trains let no time waste From Kentucky to St Louis Operates this road of class Across the famous old Green River On its roadbed smooth as glass Would you know what road I speak of Listen then to my advice For youll need it in your business On your trip to Paradise In your travels to St Louis Hustle j beat them under the wire Get the Henderson Route habit Tis a good one to acquire The sick we noted in our last issue are all mending and some are out again I J THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUI18DAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday March 24 1904 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 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 Notice of Election In pursuance to dopted by the Democratic ExecuI tive Committee of tile 10th Con gressional District of Kentucky at its ofllcial called meeting held at the linger House in Paintsyille Ky on Feb 5th 1904 it is or dered and directed That there be held on May the 7th 1904 between the hours of 0 a m and 4 pm at the various voting place in each of the counties composing the 10th Congressional District of Kentucky a Primary Election for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress to be voted for at the No vember election 1904 All legal voters affiliating with the Democratic party and those who will be legal voters at the No vember election 1004 and who at nounce their intention of affiliating with the Democratic party and all of whom are residents of the Dis trict will be entitled to a vote in said primary Given under our hands this the 8th day of March 1904 D W GARDNER Chairman of the Democratic Ex ecutive Committee of the 10th Congressional District of Kentucky W M BVINOTON Secretary All of the prospective candi dates for Congress in this dis trict are out of the race except Judge Cooper of Montgomery county and the incumbent Hon Frank A Hopkins and by some it is predicted that there will be but one when the time for the primary rolls round May 7th City Council There was a call meeting of the Council Saturday night which transacted some minor business and there was another meeting called for Monday night which convened at the appointed hour Prof I J Gaines tendered his resignation as principal of the City school and the same was accepted to take effect Friday There will be but six weeks un til the school will close so the council decided to not employ another principal for this term but to engage the Misses Groves the two present assistants to assume the whole duties in the school room and finish out the school Miss MaymoGroves the first assistant holds a State certificate and is fully as well qual ified to fill the principalship as anyone who has held that posi tion in the Olay Oity Graded School since its establishment People who scatter thorns for others sometimes forget tq put on their shoes so they find the thorns again Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contains Mercury us mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when en tering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0contains no mer curyand is taken internallyacting directly updn the blood and mucous 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 CHENEY Co Testimo nials free Sold by Druggists 75c per bot tleTake Halls Family Pills for constipation Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop f Table supplied with the best the markert affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 150p- erdaySuffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will Weaken Your Nerves Folks who think It Is bettor to bear pain than sooth1tare wrong Oldfashioned doctors used to say It was better because they bad nothing with which to easel pain but dangerous heartparalyzing drugs But now that la safe remedy Has been found Dr M AntiPain Pills It Is wrong to suffrft for nothing can be gained but weakeneries rule to emember Is WhenI In pain take an nti Pain Pill This will soothe your quivering nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve pain by restoring the natural secretions In which they differ from opium and sim- Ilar narcotlo drugs which relieve pain by checking the action of the glands They are sure and harmless and are the latest medical treatment for the cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Dizziness Toothache Stomachache Menstrual Monthly Pains Also nerve Irritations like Sea Sickness CarSickness Sleeplessness Indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick In remits 1 have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick nervous headache and have received the best results I hear properties RAY A WATROS DD Iowa City Ia Bold by druggists at 250 Money back If first does not help Never sold In bulk FREEWrite to us for Free Trial I Dr Mllet Anti Pain Plllt theNew Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your ten ou what Is wrong and how to rIght ItFree DU IIIJCB IINDLABORATORIES KUCUART MACHINE SHOP flLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired i We Keep In Stock Steam Fittings BeltingI Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSCTBUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 58nna 12 horsepower The best known power for farmers and others prlutedIdrheu LT CHAS HAGAN wnroxziTXB KY r i During the Balances iof February We will make an additional reduction in the prices of Outings Flannelettes Shoes Winter Underwear for men and women and Ladies Bleach Muslin Underwear lOct Outings 8c per yd 10 Flannelettes 8I10 Black Duck II CI 10 Navy 9II II 10 Satteen 8II Cloaks 81500 Cloaks at 81000 10 050 8II 5 7s iL 450 Underwear 50 ctsMens 39 25 1 19 50 Ladies 39 25I I 10 25 Boys 19 Suits 1400 Suits at 950 1000 750 900 1 050 760 500 450 II 300 Shoes Mens 84 Shoes 8300 3II 21 II 250 190- I 200Co 169 j 150rt4o125tI Heavy 85 Ladies 300 215 250 11189200 169 1 150tI 115 100 1 00 Misses 150 115 t 125I 90 II 90 65- II 175 135 Boys 175 it 135 126 Kid Kicker 100 125II Brogans 80 Millinery We have a fearReadytoWear and Trimmed HATS for Misses and Ladies rind the price is no object we do not intend to carry any 6f them over if the prices will move them out 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 are making makes them very desirable Noth ing reserved from this sale so come along and gut 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 The Whitest White CakerThe Lightes Light Rolls f And Flakiest Biscuit1JJ Are Made When You Use I Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 J R H CURTIS f x Leader in General MerchandiseI yx and Country Produce Make Price paid for Railroad Ties Spout Spring Kentuckyt f Your Patronage Solicited r THE TIMESL AN ALL HOMEMADE PAFER THURSDAY v MARS 24 i4di LOCAL BREVITIES James Bloom and wife were shopping iu Winchester Thurs day II O Warmoutli was in Lex ington yesterday on d business mission 11Wallace Barnes of Furnace was transacting business in the city Friday I Mrs Ann Fortner of Bowen visited Mrs Cliff Shimfessel the first of the wee Several from this place attend ed the opening of Circuit court at Stanton Monday Get Webb to fix your clock Pr Watch Satisfaction givep and j work promptly executed Rosco Henry left Tuesdny for Panther West Virginia where he will work inn planing mill Mrs Njinnie Wright oT Rich moo i visited friends in Clay City the latter partof last week Dr Williams has bought of Frank Russell 15 acres of land in the eastern pbrtion of town for- t50000Mrs Ed Gilbert is i sick with lagrippe at the Akersboard ing house and Dr Irvlii was fall elL in yesterday Miss LicLie Mizewh liasleet visiting her gratidmother Mrs Edith Misse in Winchester re turned home Saturday L I t r Mesdames Jane Todd and Pol- lY Locknane of Winchester were guests of their niece Mrs W T Stringer Saturday Messrs Fortnerand Grover Stringer who left here last week went to Indiana instead of Missouri ns stated in lnst weeks p- aperT ti A M Burgher general ma chinist for SwaiinDay Lumber Compariyi is up the road looking niter some matters for his company R L Daniel has traded his place betw eon Dlny Oily and Walters FerryfolDave Lnr son for his plnceonHaTdwick8 creek and each have moved tb their new t possession The hardest rain of several months fell here Tuesday afternoon accompanied by heavy windand lightning As a con Jsequeiice the river is out in the 4 lottomh a little Mr and Mrs J G Rogers of Ironton Ohio have returned to Kentucky on a visit and are think ingof locating in Clay City Mr Rogers is a brother to Mrs H 0 Warmouth Wo acknowledge receipt of re newal of subscription from 0 B Barnett of Bloomiiigton Ill Mr Barnett has just recently moved to from Oar lockand accepted good position f with the Chicago Alton RR The suit brought by Boss Wal ters against Clay City for 80 for time killing of one horse on the river hill sometimo in last November will botried in the Cir uesdayJohnthe city Wo have had several nice spr days recently interspersed with rniitaiic dreary weather The cquinoxial period is now past and we rimy be mprO hopeful for some sottltd weather There are a number pf fisher men to be fotihd oq the riverbank thes dn stithteel and rod in hand and we have also seen several small strings of fish as a result of their patience The room which was formerly occupied by the Proctor saFppn as an ice house and which lifts lately been used by the Red Riv er Hotel as a storage room is be ing fitted up for a barber sjiop and Webb the barber will be located there after Maylst i Mrs Fred WarewM has been very sick for some weeks lias sufficiently recovered as to be a bio to visit her parents Mr arid Mrs John W McKinney on Hard wicks Creek Mr Ware has rented a farm on the creel and will move irr a few days Prof i J Gaines has accepted a position with The Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York to represent them in Kentucky under the Kentucky man agement He will be in Clay- City for some week t as he has not yet selected his headquarters P1 Drake a lumber mlWof Slade Powell county las rented the residence of W G McOrendy on Belmont Street and will move here some time ill Mny He is a- brotheriiilawof HG Garret and is said to bo an exemplary gentleman Winchester Demo dtJV W Wbolery has again sects cd the contract to carry the mail from Qlay City to UniOnHall and return six times a week for 1855 per year Mr Woolery is now only getting 313 for the same service The new contractruns for four years beginning the first of July We learn that Mr E W Rhu besky will move to Louisville in the Springyand engage in the lumber business Mr and Mrs Rhubesky are of Clay Citys best people whom we very much regret to lose They take with them the best wishes of a host of friends Found Dead in Bed Mrs Weeden Barnes was found dead in bed Tuesday morning at her liome on Hardwicks creek Mrs Barnes had been ailing for some days but retired Monday night feeling better and hercon difionr yas not considered at all serious She leaves a husband and four children Teachers Institute Tli63oweU CoWy Teachers Institute will be held at Stanton the first veek inJuly Prof y R Eubank of Midway has been engaged to teach the Institute again thisyear The institute will beheld early so that all the teachers in the county can attend before they begin their schools Thiswill be much better thanto hold a later session after the schools have begun causing a weeks break It Saved Ills Leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga eredfor six months with a frightful runlng sore on his leg but writes that Buoklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five daVs For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve ihthev world Cure guaran teed OnlyJZS ctsxSQldbySvann Day Lbr Co merchants I Dir and ilrsr E E Clinken beardare guests of Mr and Mrs S Searcy thiiweek Mr Clink enbenrd wa formerly a hardware merchant at Winchester but has been living inNewYork the past movingbacktor business hrengain i Wants Damage From Saloon Keeper At Hawesville a suit has been filed against Courtland Haynes saloon keeper for 5000 damages by Mrs Dora Lawson wife of John Lawson Mrs Law son claims that he continued to sell liqupr to her husband after she instructed him in writing not tq do so Working Overtime Eight irtiur lows are Ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions arc nlwayeot work night andddy curing Iiidigeltlon Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stoniach Liver and Bowel troubles Ease pleasant safe sure Only 15e at SwanriDay Lbr Cop store Tragedy Averted Just jn 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 but lie grewworae every day At length we tried Dr Kingss New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was say lies now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coiighs Colds nnd allJkujjg diseases Guaranteed by SwonnDay LblCo Merchants Price SOc 100 TrialbctUes free Honorary Roll Honor roll Graded School for tlISeventh month koitie TiptonyJarrie B McPherson Butler Hereon Patrick Henry Alton Rose Grace Phillips Chas Wtscptt Ethel Johnson Herbert Waldrofj Geo Fletcher Pinkie Ililey Crate Johnson John Wes cott Henry White The above have made a splendid record for excellence in attendance and class standing fc More Riots Dlsturbaneesof strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual disorder of tttqq system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will he followed by utter collapse unless n Reliable remedy is immedi ately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidney ae Electric Bit ters Iswonderful tonic and ef fective nervine and the greatest all ground medicine for run down tems It dispels Nervousness Rheu matism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 5bceatis factio i guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co Subscribe for the TIMES For Sale o I offer for sale my home place lo cated on Plum Lick pike 1k miles I from Plum and Crom Mt Sterling It embraces 1J acres hayingju two Story residence of G rooms besides halls and porches garden and young Orchard never failing water ojso a nice large blacksmith shop and V steam grist mill with twelvdhorse Ganrscott portable engine almost new I will sell the mill only if desired Here is a bargain J W DOUGLAS Plum Ky I House For Sale Cottage of four zooms Ihgoi0d repair with four lots J nrstefJ1p r tionoftown Good water ent FRANK JbnNBON INSURE WITH F A LYON SON Tho Loading Insurance AgrcntH oT Enstoru Itciitnolcyi i Over 2oooobooo Represented 1 Every one who knows anything abont insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts Ae E BARNETT i 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 cah supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from t of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cak of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon I Bring on your produce dud 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 cal I XHE Bank INCORPORATED y NH Pros Capital Stock 200000 j 20030- We I the accounts of indvid and corporations 818 J P Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean Laundry Agency in OonnectionI 23Dontfai to give hima Winehestei WITHEHSPOON Surplus solicit awls firms WEBB Tonsorial towels M BAILEY Merchant anJ Custom MILLERCLAY OITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground BoltcJ Meal always on hand f Grinds for onesixth tole avtu Lombard Mrs John Staton is slowly re coveringThere are two pew cases of measles at this place Mr Everett Hanks went to work at the chair factory Monday Mr Daniel Downs of this place will leave Wednesday for St Louis Mo Miss Mary Ellen Powell who has been very sick with measles is able to be up The people met Sunday after noon and organized a Sabbath school at the new church Misses Mae and Fannie Hanks entertained quite a crowd at their house Sunday evening Misses Nonia and Ha Faulkner and Iva Fragier were the guests of the Misses Hanks Sunday Mr Arlando has been employed at thochair factory at this place will leave for his homein Elliott county 0 North Bend The farmers hero havo begun plowing Dr Lemming was here Friday to see the sick- Mrs i P H Ewen is thought to be improving Sheriff Thos Boone was here Friday on legal business P H Ewen transacted busi ness at Stanton Saturday Fverett Anderson is about recovered from the measles F P and S J T Tracy oft Stanton were business visitors here Friday- B J Ewen and daughter Co ra of Jackson visited P H Ew en and family Sunday- A J and James Friend and L Campbell were business visitors at Stanton Saturday The base ball game hero Sun day between the home team and the Rosslyn team was a victory for the home boys by28 to 9- tB1ueBoy Pine Ridge Willis Niblack was here Saturday on business Wash Curtis went to Virden Monday on business Several from hero attended the sale of Mrs Nancy Bowen G W Curtis was in Winchester on business this we- ekHEALTH keephouslIDraught We have used It to the thohetdoctor In the house for that length of time It la a doctor in Itself and always ready to make a person well UALsonville Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees tho constipated bowels and invigorates the liver weak ened kidn- eysHo DOCTOR is necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyears ThedfordsBlackDraught ness colds chills and lUndachesdlarr ailmentbecauseliver and so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS LAt DRAUGHT Nude Press Everman of West Wood visited Ilenloy prose Sun dayWill Richardson of Howards Creek was here Saturday on bus iness Henry Goolman has moved from Log Lick to his farm on Pine Ridg Uncle Thomas Tuttle of How ards Creek was here Friday on business Mr and Mrs George Everman of West Wood visited Wash Curtis Sunday The sale of Mrs Nancy Bowen deceased waS well attended and good prices realized Two mules 85 and 102 two horses 35 and 45 two colts 28 and 85 two cows 10 and 25 ono heifer 17 GO three calves 1550 per head ono bull 20 10 sheep 4 per head Farming implements and household goods sold well Log Lick Frank Lowry has gone to Win chester John Thomas and wife leaves this week for Illinois W H Rice and wife and Miss Nan Rice are visiting relatives In Will hester this week Log Lick Christian church is still without a pastor Elder E W Marcuin having resigned Candy Wills who has been con fined to his bed with grip for three or four weeks is no better William R Matherly has been appointed post master tit Log Lick John Chism having resign ed i The roads ars getting in a dreadful condition Now is the time pop the question good roads j lot us have them Mrs Kate Matherly went Sat urday to the Forks Estill county to see her grandfather Uncle William Fielder who is sick The families of Marion Daw son James Vaughn Shelt King and James Snowden are all re ported getting well of measles Ed Eperson our enterprising merchant in company with Robert Ends and Charley Woods made a business trip to Clay City Saturday Your correspondent is in re ceipt ofn letter from R H Gravett of Wingate Ind who recntly sold out here He reports all well and doing well VaughnsMill Claude Sams visited Lane Witt Saturday night and Sunday it Dry RidgeCircuit Court convened at Stan ton Monday Several from this attendedMr Sam Carr of Clay City visited ntH W Clarks Friday Mr Carr has the mumps The grand jurors from this place are A P Bushand S W Tipton The petit juror is G W Clark Misses Nettie and Hattie Bush and Tidy Frazier spent Saturday night with Mrs Morgan McKinney Miss Fannie Jackson who has been visiting her sister Mrs Char lie Rupard in Clark county return ed home Wednesday Mrs Russell Mountz and family visited the family of Allen Gravett from Friday until Sunday and al so Tom White and wife Sunday The twoyearold child of Willie Swope died Friday night at Glen jairn of mea lesBurial Sunday it the Wells graveyard on nard wicks creek Mrs J W Blinker hadherealeI- nst Saturday XJ W Clark toftgnt the farm for 8444 50 D R Baniel the store house for 137 The sale amounted to 54415 Some thieves unlocked Mr J W Bakers door while they were visit ing their children in Ohio and who died while there Mrs Baker said several things were gone such as bed clothing Hl a shot gun Mrs Bettie Highley who has been visiting her children in Clark county for the nest two months returned home last Thursday and was called to Glencairn on the account of the death of her grandchild Virden Bov Sony moved to Clay City Monday j Mrs John Clemens is very low with a complication of diseases il 0 0 Clemons lost a valuallo cow and calf one day last week J F Woodof Snow Creek was at Virden Monday on busi ness Thomas Ogden Jr of Snow Creek was here Tuesday on business T B Ware andWL Adams are attending urt this week as jurors Billie Masting of Kiddvill was hero Tuesday Billie says ho likes the blue grass fine Becner Cook and Miss Mary iiitcrestinjy Five ads from Lion Coffee Packages and entitle to the ular free premiums contest Johnson visited at KiddvilleSat iirdaynnd Sunday Ye correspondent attended an old fashioned log rolling Monday at uncle RrsFishers- Charley Curtis of Ridge visited his cousin Willie Curtis Saturday and Sunday Mr Cook was at Indian Fields Tuesday to visit A H Anderson who is very sick with lagrippe B F Berry of Argyle was in ourtownJSaturday passing a few of his funny jokes Come again Frank 0 i Wo had a big rain Tuesday It raised Brush creek and it out water gaps and fencing a plentyW Bryan and wife of near Winchester Clark county is at the bed side of the latters moth er Mrs Mary Curtis this week Mrs Mary Curtis is very ill at this writing at the home of her soninlaw Silas Curtis with foyer and her death is expected at any moment The folks of our town are clanging around Mrs Becca Will iams moved into the house vacat ed by Buster Pearsall Charley Hinds moved into the house va cated by Mrs Williams and Els berry demons into Charley Hinds house Uncle James How ardwill move into the house vacated by Mr demons 4th 1901 first for the tho otc 10000010 10000 20 theHENDERSON ROUTE Flab it on to I ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP FROM LOUISVILLE ON OP THE I WORLDS FAIR I SEASON TICKETS 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