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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf v WI A THE CLAYffJIIY TIMESv n 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help ClayCiiyrjk Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY ET THURSDAY APRIL 21 1904 NO 16 Will Teach at Midway Again Prof W R Enbank Principal of the Clay City gtadod school last year and who has served us principal of the graded school at Midway this year has again been elected principal of the Midway school He gave universal satisfaction to the pa trons and is held by them in the highest esteem as a teacher Bright Kentucky Oil Outlook The Kentucky Oil Coal Lutn Tier Company of Detroit Mich is planning to operate on an ex pensive scale in its large holdings in Kentucky during the coming year This company is now operating in Wolfe county Ky where the Standard Oil Compa ny is now making a survey pre paratory to laying a branch pipe line connecting this field with its main pipe line It is said by experienced oil men that Wolfe county is destined to prove an excellent oil field There are now about a dozen producing wells in the county and others aro being rapidly drilled The inducements for more active work in this section will of course increase when the pipe line is completed so there will be a market for the oil It is now a certain ty that there will bo agreat deal of activity in Wolfe county dur ing the coming summer and the outlook is indeed promising i I 1i t b tlre ti iii W your glasses far you Snshti onr floor Ceiling Birnds Pilcket til nd Store IRev irvln a Candidate Under the mast head this week we place the announcement of It A Irvin candidate for superintendent of schools of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party Rev Irvin has not asked for the place and will enter no scramble for it He has merely consented that his name could be used to make the race and has agreed to serve the people of his county when elected There is not a man in the county better qualified or more deserving for such recognition at the hands of his party than Bro Irvin His standing both as a gentleman and a minister of the gospel is far above reproach and he would not enter the race under any cir cumstances were he not assured that his friends will hive him the nomination without any sac rifice of integrity j n his or their partRev Irvin has friends in great numbers in all parts of the coun ty who have been soliciting him to enter the race for several months and it is only through their strong solicitation and assurance that the place will be given to him without a scramble that he has consented to do so Giving hjm the office is but a fitting recognition of his worth to the community and county in iydiidiihqtlias 1 i veU orfseveral years being a Christian gentle Ready For Business j The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business aV the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselect d stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sod at close prices 1 have an elegant line o- fJail Millinery You can bo suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be The price for these goods is very reasonablejand you should s e onr line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST and if you ore juunuigt for something iii this line at a bargain dont fail investigate my stock kil1tho public for past patronage and earnest soliciting a continuance same I am Respectfully yours M p r- a i C Sltirfifessel l I jam f oJ I IE fbKC5tMFG C C e t r Winchester Ky We MaquiacEure l gjJ WfatherBoardin- VarnndaH S t r voyHt S h i hgles a Etc Frontsr R A f r Weiare otters foiF y Building Paper t jhAidfR tfiitkr 4 and Ltc fu KT Ii i r 1 7 ii Sendus mr JjStlnniatesi i k3 t i- Ppohif 4 1 ShipmentsYr C t N tuw f r r man of the and a minister of inestimablo value to any peopld He has been untiring in the service of his Master in this coun ty for quite awhile and that with very poor compensation for the immense good he has done The people now realizing this fact are eager in his support and will rollupO vote for him in the county primary that has never before been recorded in its history Movesib Louisville Mr 0 W Russell and family and Mr E W Rluibesky and family have moved to Louisville this week Mr Russell has been a leading citizen of this place for a number ofyears Mr Rhubes ky came to this city from Wis consin elevenfycurs ago and during acquired a host of friend 1 and well wishers w Irvine Items IrvincJHcraldJx Born to Mr and Mrs Mutt Hack er Saturday ihiDlh inst a fine boy T The attendant at court Monday was unusually light owing to the farmers beingb Swith their crops Al Tuggle while working at a sawmill on Dm creek Monday had his left hand badly mangled by a drunnwas sum moned 5j tted thoi fore finger and thumb Apostoftlce hasheen established at the K N Jurtlonwith David Pryse OB e office ij to be called Wykeff Other olllces will be establi8heaat Evelyn nnd Heidelburg in a short while A On Sunday RubS Webb shot and killed Thos s at IC N Junc tionFull particulars of the kill ing have not been Teamed Webb is still at large y The Bon id of Trustees has em ployed Harry Miller as marshal There have been 8 Jveral applicants for the position among them Wm Montgomery of Its iiuondand Geo Crnmpton of Mt Sterling both be ing employed Mitt were unable to giye bond Mr Miller has served as marshal for Irvine before and made an efficient incer Wm H Moore of South McAl lister Indian Territory attorney for the Choctaw lridiaosspent sFv eral days in town last week looking up evidence in the matter of the claim of the descendants of Sukey RoblnsllhTownsendwIre of James Townsend Sr to have lands al lotted to them claiming descent from a chief of ithe Mississippi Choctaws i jbiv Bluer Grass urseriese SPRINGtf9 i Trees by the Dldhoni Fruit find Ornamental Shrub Qrapevines Asparagus fthuba rBmallFruit8 and ev ohltrdLawn and G I dIr Agents Strawbqrjy andOen eral Catalogue on a lic tion to H FdiillenmeyltsSogs- w 910 KOTOir KY h7 t r i Eloped to Maysvllle Mr Jake Burgher and Miss Myrtle Johnson eloped from their parents at this place Tuesday night and went to Maysville where they were married Wednes day the 20tii Parental objec tions was the cause of their e lopement They returned home Wednesday to receive the for giveness of their parents Both the young people are very popu lar in Clay City and are to be congratulated upon their choice Mansfield Williams Mr Wm AT Mansfield and Miss Lula Williams were married at the home of the brides uncle John W Williams atStanton Tues day April 19th Elder L J Rey nolds officiated A number of guests were present and witnessed the union of the happy pair They left that evening for a bridal trip to Florida where they will spend a few weeks Miss Williams is a beautiful and a most lovable girl while Mr Mans field is a leading business man of Powell county After theyreturn home they will reside at Rosslyn NomineeHopkins the Host Frank A Hopkins the present incumbent has been de clared the Democratic nominee for Congress in this district with out opposition This is a fitting recognition for the valuable ser- vicesMr Hopkins hits tendered his constituency Of course he will win this fall and the ques tion now is how much will his majority surpass that of two years ago A CALL Realizing his worth as a coun ty official during the term held by him as Justice of the Peace and knowing as we do the loyal Democracy of D It Daniel we do hereby call upon him to make the race for County Judge of Powell county in the coming pri mary and pledge to him a handsome support MANY DEMOCIUTS For Sale One Gaarscott portable Engine and Boiler 12to13 horse power in firstchtss condition also one Straub grist mill 24 inch French Buhr Stones all in good condition First class Belting and etc x E E WEST Mt Sterling Ky Wanted 75000 Dozen Fresh Eggs for storage Will pay 14 cents April delivery JESSE 1 VAPE 5 Boadway Lexington Ky Between Vine and High BO YEARS- tIZXPEftIENCE rTRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnronesending ma our opinion tree wbetberQ- Inn1l0n to probably CatetabtQ Communication ItrlCU con ontateata pent free Old eat for leeunn patent taken through Mono k 00 reoe1Te aren e- rlentifir1 RfericanAband- eomelyltloetntedweeklY rarceatctn ealatlon of any Terms N a M tNiirioCOaeteroaawar1 8o d Newdrk Branch Offloe 526 EU 0 r Does 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 0 Eaton 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 MONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky e S The Balance S Wheel i Look inside watch moment = The balance wheel is milking 18000 goodconditiongish theres something wrong It a J will move 3558 miles inn year and J a requires less than onetenth of a drop J of oil to make it run But it needy J S that little badly The lenst degree of friction on the bearings J the motion Dont takechnnces Let J me clean und oil nnd nut your wntch J S in order for a year It willllIY and satisfy you J- IWEBB the Je velerJr CLAY CITY Married Life ic is likely to be happier for those young folks who providing for C the future open a Savings Ac count C If you will call at our office L we shall be pleased to explain to you the workings of our Savings Department REMEM o BER that wo pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits e Clay City rJatioual Sank Clay City Ky e PROFESSIONAL CARD- SnnnnnnnymuMnnnndwunuhPnndM roro Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY I Ky BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAyCITY KY 3 I GOOD FLOUR Is thu 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 MOU11 PAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R O Mansfield Son K088LVN KY SPOUT SPRING Bonny McKinney bought of Tom Olem four twoyear old heif ers at 10 50 per head James Harrison has bought Uoup Curtis farm on this side Of the river and moved to same Mr Melvin Gravett of Lit tle Creek visited his daughter Mrs John W Burgher Sun day Mrs J W Tipton and chil dren of Clay City visited Mrs Tiptons sister Mrs R H Cure tis Sunday Whitt Azbill of Clark couii ty was hero last week buying shotes He was paying 3 CO perhundred B L Burgher who has been worse the past fewdays contin ues very low with but little hopes for his recovery Join Ballard becoming tired of city life has moved back to his farm near here and will culti Cato another crop t Sunday is regular preaching day at the Methodist church and Pastor Crawford would be plebs ed to have out a good corwd of hoarer Mr anti Mrs A It Lowry who went from here to Illinois a few weeks ago h o located- at Noinal near Bloomington where thpyare getting along real nicely Bob Ti ton of Montgomery county was here the last of the week looking ut soine cattle but failed to buy any Mr Tipton is an old Estill boy and is making fine success as a stock dealer ice are pcoud to learn We never know when a rail road will be built until the track begins to lay A number of1 sur veys havebeen made V this sec tiort in pastyears but little railroad has been built Agoodpor Lion of si railroad bed was graded and thousands of dollars spent about15 years ago between Win chester and Irvine but the road isy unbegun tL A was 4 graded between Irvine andJJeattyyille and trpstlefc put in ten years before the trak wasIaidr the report was current a short1time ago that a branch of the LjE would be built in a little while from Mt Sterling to Indian Fields and at this late the funds are not yet ready The Black Diamond is sOWn conject ure of the future I I y 1 THE fflMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher L Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ai vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday April 21 1904 CLUB KATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Lpuisville Commercial 76 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS R A InviN SR is a candidate for the olllcc Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party If faultfinding were a paying business more people would be wealthy Commissioners Notice Powell Circuit Court R C Hall Ex Plaintiff- vs H C Hall and Etc Defendants NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS Notice is hereby given that I will be atiny office on Monday April 25th 1004 in Stanton Kentucky to receive and bear proof of claims against the estate of James Hj Hall My sittings will continue from day to day until complete This April 4th 1004- ROMULUS JACKSON 10 pda Commissioners Sale Poioell Circuit Court B C halt Ex Plaintiff versus Alfred Holman e Defendants NOTICE OP SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of aJndgmcntr and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered nttlic March term 1004 thereof in the above cause thoHinder signed will on the 2nd day of May 1004 at one oclock p m or therea bout County Court Day the 1st Monday in May proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to this high est bidder on itcrodit of six months at tho Court House door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit Tract of Lund on tho head waters of Cat and Owj creek in this county beginning at tho ifionth of IicKs at a red oak tree below the Cane on Cat and Owl creek thence northward up said hollow to tljouppercoa heath on same thencosbutKwrirdto two black jackson tho road leading front EsitllFur nace to Dicks coaling ground thence southward ton sand rock an old bridge in said road tl 1f csouthwest- near to a beech tree ton the West ridge of the hollow above the improvements where 1Uch and Landrutnlived hcncd southward to t Hat sand aWna in thd Cat and owl road loading to the fur nace thoncoina south eastward di rection to the top of the ridge opo site the contrary springs to u pile of sand stones the rIdge between contrary hollow and tho Berry hollow to the Cane creek thence eastward with road to the forks of said road leading to Deals Sink to tho head of the Patterson hollow theiipae fdown said hollow with the road to a heath on the east side of said hollow thence with a straight UnetQ the o Patterson campus thence with the road oiv the east side of said hollow to ablack gum tree thence to the beginning or a sufficient numueror acres ok produce the sum of 1713 85 amount of plaintiffs judgment also to satisfy the judgment CL M Der ickson vsA Holman the swim of Jlrodueo The purchaser yllCiV required to give bond i approved security for the nt of mon eyto have theCQrcennd effect of a replevin bond bearing legal interest from tlio day of salo according to law Bidders wifibo prepared to cpmnly with these terms A will tuI tamed on the land sold till AU tile purchase money is pafd t Bond payable to tho Commissioner r iRoMpLus1 JACKSON Master Commissioner 1owe11 0 0y I People who scatter thorns for others sometimes foget to put on their shoes go they find the thorns again bows This Wo offer one Hundred Dollars Reward fort case of Catarrh yatarlhiCure We the undersigned have known F J CHENEY fQr the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tlons and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Walding JCinnan do Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly Upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Pills for cdn stipatidn The T MESJllly500el1ts a year Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Shimfessel k Caldron Plaintiffs VS Moses Whismmnc Defendants NOTICE OP SALE IN1 EQUITY By virtue of a iudgmentnndorderoC sale of the 1owehlCircuitCourtrender- ed at the March term 1004 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on tho And Day ot MAY 1OO 1 at one oclock p mor thereabout being Court Day the 1st Monday in May proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit oCslx months at the Court Hopso door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the Judg ment to wit A TRAOT OIT LAND situated hi Powell county Ky begin ning At a chestnut oak near the head of a hollow known as the Christine Noland marked as a corner thciico a uorthwfiiMi with the ridge and publle nd ea m from the Ilatton creek mountain to tho Estil Steam Furnace to a pine tree near said road a corner to the N D Merrill tract sold to G M Venters thence with the dividing ridge bounding said Venters line thence with said line a south west coarse to a black oak a corner to said Venters thence with said ridge to the top of knoll to a large chestnut oak thence down the ridge dividingthe Caters on vliiehS P Kincaid lived and above named boundary until it strikes tho Swanagar east west lino cropping said ridgo thence with cast to the beginning containingabout 40 acres or sufficient thereof to 11000 soorderedto be made Tho purchaser will be required to give bond approved security for the payment of thu purchase monr cy to have tho force and effect of a re plevin bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms Allen will be re tamed on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to tIle Commissioner RoMUxtrs JACKSON lrasterComrPowollClrcult Court MACHINE SHOP ALL ilNpS4F Machinerytepaired We Keep IQ StoeK Steam Fittings Belting lioseandElectrtciSuppliesWE st y Qasoline Ergives In 3 5j8and llhorao power The beet knownpowcrfprtfarmers and others The prep on whichthts per ii pUnted HegenEagnneLHAGANWI- NOIIEST s1Y if r M TP I GO TO MRS WILL AMS FOR Clothing Goods Ladies Skirts Silk Waists Millinery Furnishings Mattings Mens Hats Fine Shoes Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Silks and Satins White Goods Lawns and Dimities Ginghams Hosiery dd Pants Chinaware Art Material Hamburgs All over Laces All over Embroideries Jewelry and Belts Kid Gl yesNuts v and Candies i MRS WLLJAllSC- lay City Ky Littlepage Son i i r DRUGGISTS J Clay City Ky IC i+ Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery und Etc i Prescriptions carefully compounded w c + + rd+ oH+ H +ji+ + + i+ + + +ofooHo ++ otoot + The Whitest White Cake y r The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuitt tArc MiiptoWboii You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED W X AcAIN VERSAILLESKYJ y i I 1- 0S Jqlbyour Leading MerchanU JSf 1 + t t 1 jlJ H lUtTIS5 7p s Leader inv J 4 Kierieral HerchahdfeeVI If r7o and Country Produce w j iVIakef Price paid for Railroad tSJKJBV Sp0xit Spring Kentucky 1 7 J I J Your Patronage Solicited M +r Y I 4 rI e r THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY APRIL 21 1904 LOCAi BREVITIES Joe Bruner has been in the city several days W J Christopher a Spout Spring merchant was over Monday John Swope of Side View came up yesterday on a business mission Miss Lula Derickson is visiting friends in Lexington this week The Waldron building is being painted this week and otherwise improved When finished it will be for rent Squire Win Townsend and Win Morton Esq of Bowen were transacting business in the city Tuesday If you want to rent a conveni oft and nice residence in Clay City at a moderate price call at w this office at once Forest fires have been ragin in different parts of the county during the post week doing dam 7IIge in some places Mrs Pollie Niblack is quite sick at her home in the western portion of the city Dr Will inms is attending her It is said that tan shoes will be all the rage again this season Truly dame fashion is very fickle minded and unbecoming 1 t I Mr Rec Woodward writes that he and his family are pleasantly located at Anburndale Flat and that lie is rapidly improving in health D jlEustin the saw mill man is moving his mill toa boundary of timber tw miles south of Clay City and will soon 1 he ready for business Richard Noel has started a new indusdry for Powell county that of burning lime He Jias burned several kilns of firstclass lime and markets his product in Clay City SThebridge crossing the railroad 1 on Sixth avenue is completed and work on the grades on each- side will be finished in a couple of weeks when trnvel over the new road will hpillIFrank Russet ims moved this weekio his future home in Louisville Mr Hartwell has rent cd the Russell home at this place and kris moved to same 1 The place rented for fSO per month rto Eddie Lodge anemploye rthe Mutual Handle Company who- worksuLtheshopy was struck in tbestpmach by apiece of tilnbery Tuesday and knocked lifeless for I to short time He regained con Bckmsness in a few minutes and is now fast improving Clef L J Inestyke recent v ly accented a position with the EquitableLife Assurance Society i hat IcfftOIriyQifj ifnfftyqitejlvnt Versailles pnle his headquar ters will be at Versailles Ms Qaiilps will beon the road the greater Portion gf his time w Noah Rose lugs accepted a po tuition as sal smlI in Harris V Bros store at Jackson Mr Rose ImsJmd coUsidern tile experience t A I 1 4 in this line of business and will give general satisfaction to his employers He will jiot move his family to Jackson for the present John W Mize Powells leading gardener and truck grower will bo ready by the 10th of May to supply the demand for the leading varieties of sweet pota to slips No need of putting out a warm bed Mr Mize will fur nish slips cheaper that you can grow them Mrs Julia Mize will dispose of their property at this place as soon as possible and join her hus band Mr F 0 Mize who is now at Osborne Kansas for his health Mr Mizes mother lives in that part of the western Stateand he also has two sisters and two brother living there Winter Still Prevailing Very cool and disagreeable weath er has prevailed duing the past several days On more than one oc casion ice has frozen a quarter of an inch or more and we have had several big frosts A big portion of the fruit is killed and glass and allother vegetation are not growing at all Feed through the country has become very scarce but till yet there is but little gruss to bring reo lift Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing 111 thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heard of Bucklena Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away andcures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcere Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guar anteed to give sutisfactiun by SwnnnDay Lbr Co Merchants Marshal Warmouth to Resign The City Councilwas called to meet Tuesday night to accept the resignation of Marshal Ed War mouth and elect his successor There was not a quorum present however sothe meeting was ad journed until Saturday night Mr Warmfiuth resigns to accept a more profitable position with an oil drilling company now locat ed near Stanton Mr Warmouth has made a good officer and has maintained good order since he was install ed into office Mr Wm John son is serving as Marshal pro tern pending the election of such offi cer Saturday night A woman swallows flattery just as a baby swallows buttons re gardless of the trouble that may follow A Thoughtful nan M 11 Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her Ho thought and tried Dr Kingss New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at SwannDayLbr Coe store Desirable Mouse for Rent A nice twostory residence in the eastern portion of the city Will be for rent May 1st The hOle has seven rooms with pan tries and etc andall necessary out buildings For particulars call on J E Burgher at the TIMES office House For Sale Cottage four1 rooms in good rCi pairvwith fpur lots in western portion of town Good water cpnvenl ent FRANK JOHNSON For Sale A two stbry business house on 7 tli aye 4 lots well improved suit able for bueines ord rellfngFor further information 1vtctJnmes Bloom 4 t tt- r V i t AL r A Urea Sensation There was a big sensation in Lcesville Ind when W tt Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief andsoon thereafter a complete cure Similar cures of Consump tion Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peer less remedy for all thront and lung troubles Price 50c and 100 Guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co Merchants Trial bottles free Character is bounded on the north by industry on the cast by integrity on the south by moral ity on the west by sobriety I Robbed the Grave A startling incident narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lows I was in anawful condi tion My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in buck and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made decided im provement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents guaranteed at SwannDay Lum ber Cos store Get W bb to fix your clockor Watch Satisfaction given and work promptly executed A girl who has a real social po sition usually is the most Unpop ular F ale One set of gojveyinginstru ments cheap Call at this olflce Commissiners Sale =Powell Circuit Court Wm Wade Admr Plaintiff versus Martha E Barnett c Defendants NOTICE OF BALE IN EQUITY By virtue or a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rca dered at the March term 1004 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on the Slid Day of MAY 1004 at one oclock p m or thereabout being Court Day the 1st Monday in May to offer for sale Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the prop erty mentioned ih the Judgment to witFirst tract of land lYing in Powell county Ky beingl6acresoflandlying In the nort lwest end or a survey be longing to said J F Wood and ning at a stone onthesothwesternbatik- of Snow creek corner to David Tur ner N 4 E 188 poles to II B a stone between hickory forks or a branchcorner or said Turner thence N W 6835 poles toa largo poplar tree corner to said Turner N 27 W J54 poles to a dog wood and gum stump corner thence N2a W 048 poles to said Turner thence to a stone and hickory pointer thence N 83 degrees 4minutes E 25 3 toliE a stone thence S27 E 154 poles toO a stone then S 13 E 6 poles to D a stone thence S4 W poles to a stone corner at the mouth of a drain on the north bank of Snow Creek thence down said creek- S 3 W 25 3 poles o the beginning Second tract bounded as follows Corner on county road on Snow creek on north side of roadrunning with said fence in line line of Jas Woods thenco with said fence to a line of Wm Martin to road and then beginding House and all property belonging to sold land or thereof to produce f07 Jsso ordered to bo mode The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for thin payment of the purchase money to and effect of a re plevin bond bearing legal interest Cro n day of sale according to law BIdders will he prepared to comply with these terms A will bore purhase I Boijd payable to the Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON j 1 Master Coinr Powclfcircuit Court g w 1 t UUot ++ ot + H+ ot + itt t + + + + 01 IF A LYON INSURE WITH S0NiThe Loathing Insurance Agentsoi Eastern l cntolcyi200000000i+ Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line StartlingactsI A E1 BARNETT t SON Set the Pace and Hold the Dead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from i Daper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the 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 2Dont to give Vinchestei Bank N H WIT ERSPOON Pres i Capital 200000 s Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of Individ aal8fffma and corporations 848 J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITV KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooingand all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towelsa Laundry Agency in Connection fai him a cal THE INCORPORATED Stock M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLERI I CLAY OITYf KY Custom work six days he week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole 1 V r f = Pine Ridge Jim Goolman is on the sick listMeasles are making ppeararici in our midst Mr and Mrs James Dawsan visited the latters parents Sun day Farmers are behind with their spring work very few have commenced plowing The sale of J T Osborno was well attended and good prices re nlized Household goods brought fair price No stock sold Snow Creek Measles are raging in this vi cinity The new store at Log Lick is in full blast B B Hutson lost a valuable cow last week Wm Rice one of our best cit izens has moved to Lexington Thomas Ogden and family were the guests of the family of Join Adams Sunday E Mansfield who has been quite sick for some time we are sorry to say is no better Davis Hutson and wife visited A S Vivion and wife at Kidd ville Saturday and Sunday BB Hutson and J F Eads were among the court day visit ors at Mt Sterling Monda- yDarIingsville Mrs t Grant Elkin is on the sick listNickBurgher has moved to his K jiastJiouse at this place The infant child of Mr and Mrs John Smothers is very ill Mr and Mrs Geo Wells visit ed Mr and Mrs Will Wells Sun day Olaud Todd who has been sick in Olark county returned home FridayMrs Leyi Ourtis of this place visited her mother at Spout Spring Monday Ernest Barnes bought a pair of mules from Mr Fox at Rucker ville Price 16- 0Dragging foins 2825 Keelev St Pifininn ILL Oct 2 1 WW I suffered with falling and congestion of the womb with severe gains through the groins I suf at of men struation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant r to take and soon knew that I the right medicine New blood seemed to course through veins j and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman cMrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bringher relief Any sufferer may secure health by talc ing Windof Cardui infherhome The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions ntidress symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department II The Chattanooga Chattanooga Tenn WINE CARDUI w r II John Ballard and family visited Tom McKinney and family at Spout Spring from Friday until Sunday Sage Miss Manda Willoughby has mumps The farmers are hustling a round from the word go Mr Memfeo Ring of Roth well was at this place Sunday Mr Robert McLees of Lewis county is visiting his cousin Mr J H Cooper this week Andy Willoughby is on the sick list and Dr Mansfield of Stan ton is the attending physician Mr John Ingle of Frozen Creek is spending several days with his parents Mr and Mrs James Ingle Messrs Dr J E Lemming and Robt Blackburn stopped here Thursday on their way to Meni fee county on business- A large crowd from this place attended meeting at the hispita ble hone of Mr and Mrs Elijah Pelfrey where Rev Johnson blind from birth delivered an interesting discourse on Sunday last Vaughns Mill Mr G W Bush called on his girl near Levee Sunday Mr A P Bush went to Win Chester Monday on business Fire is out in the woods at this place caught from Eatons saw mill John Riley and wife spent Sunday with the family of Dick BarnettMiss Stella Hiley spent Satur day night and Sunday with her sister Mrs Ray Burgher The wife of Mr Joe Charles who has been sick for some time is very low at this writing Misses Mattie and Annie Grav ett and olio Bush were the guests of Mrs George Dunaway Sunday 0 O Daniel and family Tom White and wife Allen Gravefr and two daughters Misses Dollh and Della were the guests of Mr andMrs Morgan Gravett Sunday Mr Pat Smith and Miss Eva Lee both of this place were mar ried last Thursday at the brides home Mr Sam Lees Squire Swango of near Stanton pffl dated Furnace rti Burk Billings visited yfit Vinton Sunday Mrs Hi B Barnes is very ill at this writing J W Newkirk visited Francis I Jlytho and wife Sunday J Maryand George Howell visited Miss MinnioLyle Sunday Grandon Howell andwife visited it Weeden Howells Sunday John Morgan Wireman visited friends at Cobb Hill Sunday Mrs Myrtie Faught vIsited her sister Mrs Alma Howell Monday Miss Lou Holman of Knowlton visited Miss Maliel Newkirfc Sunday Mr and Mrs N JD Wiremam isitediMr acid Mrs G 0 Watson Sunday r I MM Maud Case way the guest of her sister Miss Glide Mireman Sunday r Mr and Mrs Allen Sht uBe viol- e it I 2ited John use and wife Saturday night Alvin Case visited his parents Mr and Mrs Ji P Case at Cobb Hill Sunday V Knowlton Several people at this place have lagrippe Mrs Mary McIntosh spent Friday at Stanton Emma Spencer spent Monday night with Cory Lena Johnson Mr Alfred jHolman made a business trip to Stanton Monday Misses Bettie find Susie Noland visited Miss Eva Bennett Tuesday Miss Lou Holman visited Miss Mable Nowkirk1 at Furnace Sun day v The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Dave Watson died Satur daynMrs MaryMcIntosh visited her aunt Mrs Mary Holman Tuesday Ben flolmttnsyisited his broth er Joe Holman at Vaughns Mill last week Mr and Mrsr William Spencer visited Mr andMrs Alfred Hol man Sundaynight Mr and Mrs Samuel Abney spent Sunday night with Olem Abney and family Mr and Mrs Joo Holman and 000000Cash Giwe AW1liWtO Users LION COFFEE Additimnto theRe Free Premiums bothrII Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages stamp entitle you addition free premiums to one either contest cliidern Mn and Mrs JamesFos ter and Miss Eva Holman spent Sunday with Mr Alfred Holman and family a Virden Mrs Fanny demons is very sick with fever Mrs Lizzie Cook visited Mrs 0 P Hinds this week Rev Conry of AVestBend was here Tuesday on business John demons was at Indian Fields Monday on business Messrs day demons and Enis Patton were at day City Tuesday on business Enis Patton visited his sister Mrs lla Pace at Indian Fields from Tuesday until Wedneday Desirable House for Sate We have listed with us a desirable twostory residence with four 25 x 120 feet lots located in the upper portion of town This house contains 7 roome with the required out buildings Is a nice home for someone little money For particuIArs CAll At this office Clay City Rote J II EATON Prop t Table supplied with the best the markers affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 81 50 per day Iair 30th first next lOOOOO- oo ROUTE Hab it on Your to ST ROUNDTRIP RATES LOUISVILLE ACCOUNT OP SEASON TICKETS Sold Dully April 25 December 16 DAY TICKETS 81100 Sold Dally April 25 COdaya TKN Sold Daily April 25 LimitlU including date sale SPECIAL Exoss to be LimitG including date sale Excursion Tickets are not in Sleeping neither lie checking of Baggage FOR COftFORTFOR IP TIOKKT 1OPULAK KOUTB you AUK CERTAINLY FORTIFIED ASK GEO L E M WOMAOK General LOUISVILLE KY are going to be more liberal than ever in J304 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be gooJhi heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but I the same L1ou Heads will entitle you to estimates la our 5000000 Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You ctu send in as moat estimates as desired There will be The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St WorltVa Fair the second relates to Total Voto President to be 8 1904 w2ouuu wul bo distributed in each of these making 4000000 on the two and to make it still njoro interesting in addition to this amount we give a 8 winninga big cash prize and a 2 cent in to reg ular vote in I WORLDS FAIR CONTEST What will be the total July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worldt At Cbltfro July 41893 the attendance was 233271 For nearest correct estimates received In Woolson iplce Com punys odlco Toledo Ohio on or before June 1304 we will give prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the ctc etC as follows S25000QI2 Prizes S50000 each o rrlzcs 20000 10000010 Prlle 10000ti 10000020 Prizes 5OOO frises 2000 100000soo 10001800 Prises coo oooooo 2139 PRIZES1i1OTAL 12000000 tietihcHENDERSON Trip LOUIS FROM ON T- HEWORLDS FAIR 13H Commencing 1 904 SIXTY Commencing Limit DAYTICKBTS 1000 Commencing days of Conch 8700 Dates Sale announced Inter of Conch good will they good for the YOUR READS eVER TUG HENDERSON WELL US GAnnETTTrav Pnssr AgtICity IWr Agt L J IRWIN Passr Agt of We In Ornnd TWO CAT CONTESTS Lnitls For contests will opportunities the nearest 100000 aooooo Limit days SERVICE Printed blanks to I Ivote on founa in every Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your yes timate is recorded IIPRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST What will be the total Popular Vote cut for President votes for alicandldatrs combined at the election November 879O4r la 1910 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest cor rect estimates received InWoolson Spice Cos office Toledo O on or before Nov 5 1804 we will for the nearest cot rect estimate second prizetothenestnearestetQetcasfonowst 1 Flra Prize 2800001 Second Prii v lOOOOO 2 Prtiea 00000 cactir 1 00000 51r1SH20000 100000 io Prim 10000 liooooo 10000020PrIzzeu2BO Prises 1000 2BOOOO 1 BOO Prizes 000 OOOOJDO t213OPBIZES TOTAL 2000000i 4127 9PRIZES4279 H k Distributed fc flw Psi Iliarrrorailar4600000IMaddlthit lowklokweskill rlrrSilftf f Ito IroefjrsClerkt tM ptrtlmUn In LION COFFEE cam makine i rind tital St = IIHPI I OM LEtE DETAILED PARTICULARS III PACKAGE OF j IIONCOFFEE j WOOLSON PICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO oHIO L i i i w 7 to T Ir