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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 1 r J j J I i41 l- j THE CLAY EITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help ClayCi 1lhe SnrronnJiDg Country and Ourselves J13 Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY KYi THURSDAY MAY 21904 NO l4 IThe Estill 011 Fields A special from Irvine says With the advent of spring the oil industry in Estill county has taken on new life and considerable work and development in the oil fields of this county is under way The Estill I Connty Oil andias Company heads the list with fortythree pro ducing wells The Standard Oil Company has seven producing wells and the Appalacian Oil and Gas Company is drilling a deep hole on White Oak The Estill County Oil and Gas Company was organized about a year ago bv Frankfort Lexington and Irvine people afid the company began pumping its first well on April 9 1003 and the manager advises that there is no mnterlnl weakening of any of the wells that have been producing for a year The wells orb shallow and the cost of operating is small and the oilmen claim it is one of the best paying fields in the State The oil is classed as Somerset oil being the highest priced oil in Kentucky For the past year the Standard Oil Company has purchased all of the production and shipped it out by rail to Somerset where it put in the pipe line and taken to Parkersburg I W Va However at an early date doors Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc i the Standard will erect a branch pipe line of some thirty miles ion necting with their main line and the oil will be transported by line all the way to ParkersbUrg where it is refined This branch line will in all likelihood go through the Wolfe county oil fields Last week the Estill County Company declar ed a monthly dividend of 2 per cent and they say when they are able to ship their oil a pipe line they will earn 4 per cent a month the difference made in the sav ing of freight The company has Justlet a contract for twenty new wells New Paper at Winchester Judge U B Hill and others nre preparing to start another Dem ocratic paper Winchester to bo caled the Winchester Patriot Mr Hill has had considerable ex perience in newspaper work and willenliven things politically inI the Clark capital with his new paper when he starts up The paper will be issued weekly or semiweekly With two good Democratic in Clark coun ty the majority will soon reach 1000 instead of 000 Talk up the bridge we must have it ECONOMY Means Best goods at Lowest ices This is the place you are looking for Shimfessele old stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the fact that I have received my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my customers My stuck is large and fresh embracing everything found in the line of General Merchandise the Best Quality and Lowest Prices The Dress Goods Departmenti- s complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City In the Line of Fine Footwear my stock cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UptoDate A Nice Line of Ladies Hats of the Very Latest Parisian Styles just received See them before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 KentuckyC Shimfessel I REMANGE MFG- Winchester Ky e0 Manufacturet Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Store Fronts through being papers We are Headquarters for Building Paper i Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing 4 and Etc I 1 Send us Your Estimates 1 Promt Shipments J I a 1 N Council Proceedings The City Council met Wednes day night May 4 in regular session with Mayor Tdrry in the chair and Councilmen Daniel Littlepage Barnott Williams and Warmouth present The resignation of Councilman Noah Rose was read accepted and the election of his successor pro ceeded with Messrs A It Goosey and N McIntosh wer put in nomination and when the ballot was announced it showed Goosey to have received three of the fivd votes cast and be was declared elected Mr Goosey being present was sworn into office and took his seat The resignation of Marshal Ed Warmouth was accepted and the e lection of his successor taken up Albert Johnson was unanimous ly elected marshal there being no other applicants for the place The following bills were present ed and allowed W A Neal changing fill 250 Ed Warmouth Illjlary to date 4535 SwannDayLuniberCorenUtlgt 3000 MaymeQrovesSth Oth month sal W 44 Maggie Groves II II II 70 00 A tucker Janitor 0 00 W T Stringer taking scl census ft 00 Dr Irvin city piuctice 200 Total 256 20 Prof George D Hancock of Old ham county was elected principal of the City Graded School at a sala ry of 100 per month Prof C W Campbell was elected first assist ant at a salnyof 150 per month Miss Croves was electe- dsecondassletunfatasalaryof MO- per month The plan specifications and ap proximate cost of a bridge crossing Red river entering Clay City was submitted to tlie council for consid oration by the Joliet Bridge d Iron Company Messrs Williams Little page Daniel and Citizens C Shim eesel and J B Eaton were appoint ed a committee to confer with cit izens to see howmuch money could be obtained by subscription to aid in building such bridge Three points were suggested the site of the old pontoon bridge the Cha lybeate spring and Waltersville It seems very much like the point which shows up the largest subscrip tion will get the bridge Of Unsound Mind Mrs M S McIntosh of this city who has been in failing health for several months has also been failing in mental reasoning She his becpme in such bad condition that it was decided yesterday to transfer the lady from her home to the infirmary at Lexington where she will be taken today The hus band has the sympathy of many friends Will Serve Ills Life Sentence The appeal for anew trial for Curtis Jett now under a life sentence for the murder of J B Marcum has been dismissed at his request and he will at once begin his life term in the peni tentiary Jett who is also sentenced to hang for the murder of Tom Cockrillj cannot now be executed he is pardoned of the first sentence which he is not asking for j i If you want to join the army see Mr Win ECOar imgton the recruiting offlde located over the bunk 1 to j f r F E il Demand forMen of JtechanlaslldensIThe Recruiting place is in receipt of the follow ingletterfrom W P Evans Asst Adjutant General which explains itself The Adjutant General directs that you endeavor to secure de sirable recruits for 2nd Battalion of Engineers and send them as enlisted to Washington Bar racks D 0 It is suggested that men com ing from country districts rather than from cities are more likely to meet the requirements of the Engineer service and it is de sired to secure men having knowl edge of a mechanical trade es pecially carpenters axmen tim bermen loggers riggers sailors boatmen miners blacksmiths wheelwrights masons steam en gineers machinists and electricians New Railroad- A plan to erect a railroad 200 miles in length to connect Cincin nati with the virgin fields of tim ber and minerals in eastern Ken tucky has been set on foot by W H Sloan a retired business man living in Cincinnati The line as planed is to run from Newport Ky through Alexandria Mt Olivet Carlisle Owingsville Frenchburg West Liberty near Paintsville Prestonburg and thence to Pikeville thus going through the rich Big Sandy valley Itisstntedt that the Oscar Bar nett Barge Line company has a greed to organize 82000000 company I to handle all the coal of lower I consumption from Cincinnati to New Orleans False Arrest P L Hume a prominent cit izen of Irvine and a gentleman whose character is far above re proach was arrested Monday at Lexington on the charge of horse stealing and was detained at the police station two hours before he could be identified He had a horse which strongly resembled a horse that had been stolen at Georgetown on Monday before Mr Hume was greatly humiliated and will bring suit against the city for damages Resumes Publication The Menifee County News which has not been issued since the death of its editor R J White some weeks ago came out again last week Mrs White and others have taken hold of the en terprise and it promises to con tinue to be successful An Old Bible Probably the oldest bible in Kentucky is in the possession of a Wolfe county roan The bible in question was brought from Holland by settlers to this coun try in 1040 Medical Society Organized The Powell County Medical Society was organized at Stanton Monday A number of Powells physicians were present on this ocrasion Sweet Potato Slips For Sale I have a large supply of sweet potato slips for sale ready for transplanting by May 10th Three leading varieties J W Mize Vaughns Mill Ky I Does your head ache when you read If so you are in need of a pair of glasses properly fit to your optician SHOE SHOP Opposite J B Eatons Store I am prepared to make andre pair Boots and Shoes and also mendanything in the Rubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular worK days in each week flONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky The Balance IWheel Look inside watch moment a Time balance wheelis making 18000 vibrations nn hour if its in good sluggash It will move 3558 miles in n year and 0 requires less than onetenth of a drop 5 of oil to mnke it run But it needs that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let yourwntchinsatisfy yo- uWEBB a the Jeweler CLAY CITY uuu uu i Married Lifei- slikely to be happier for those young folks who providing for the future open a Savings Ac count If you will call at our office we shall be pleased to explain to you the workings of our Savings Department REMEM BER that we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on savings deposits Clay City National Bank i Clay City Ky a PROFESSIONAL CARDS NWINNNNNNNNP1P1NN11INIININNNNNINN1Ilia Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHY8IOIAN AND BURGEON OLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSIOIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY i GOOD FLOUR Is the Olin nion uicessitil 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 Bny BEST PATENT or MOUN TAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R 0 Mansfield Son ItOSSLYN xv SPOUT SPRING Sheep shearing season is here with the farmers Farmers are very busy in this section planting corn Misses Dollie and Nannie Christopher and Nora Todd visited friends in Clay City Fri day Mr and Sirs A J Walters of Black Creek visited Mr Win Edge and family Saturday and SundayCharlie Crow our clever and expert blacksmith has moved into The house with his mother near the village and Mrs Belle Burgher has moved into the house made vacant by Mr Grow He will continue to op orate his shop here as he did be fore moving D McKinnoy has finished moving to his new Clark coun ty farm and M B Eubank has moved to the homestead pur chased from Mr McKinney In the exchange we lose a good cit izen but are glad to know we get another in his stead in the person of Mr Eubank Considering tho inclement weather Sunday morning there was a very good crowd out nt the Baptist church to hear El der r T Turpin who supplied for the church on this occasion No preacher has been engaged for the next regular meeting but there will bo services as us ual if a supply can be obtained for this time New Pipe Line The report comes from Hazel Green that the Cumberland Pipe- Line Company is now surveying preparatory to running a line from Raglan to Little Oanoy through Wolfe county by Qamp ton to Torrent and Irvine in Es till This will give the oil wells of Neal valley and of the Camp ton fields a market for their oil A very strong gas well within three milesof this place has been found to be of an inexhaustable supply and arrangements are to be made during the summer to pipe it into Hazel Green for fuel purposes The Curfew ordinance has been signed by Mayor Combs at Lexington and it isnow a law in that city THE TIMES rouusnED EVERY THUUSUAY J E Burgher Publisher no q u Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ai Vance otherwise 75 Gents Entered as secondclnss mail matter Thursday May 12 1004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and Courier Journal b100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS roll SUPERINTENDENT OF SCIIOOLS t IL A IHVIX Sii ba candidate for the ollict of superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party Democratic Conventio- nTheDemocraticExecntiveCom mitteo met in Lexington last Friday and called a state conven tion to be held in Louisville on Wednesday June 8 1104 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Democratic convention to beheld at St Louis July 0 1904 Delegates to said convention shall be chosen at county mass conventions to be held at this various county court houses having but one legislative district of which due notice shall be given by the county chairmen The basis of representation of eachcounty to said convention shall be one delegate for each two hundred votes and fraction thereof consisting of one hun dred or more votes cast for Bryan for President in 1900 provided that each county shall have at least one delegate vote AJ1 persons who will at the No vember election 1004 be legal voters in this state who are de voted to the principles of the Democratic party and desire to see those principles succeed and who by participating in the mass meetings will feel in honor bound to support the nominees of the Democratic nationalconvention shall have the right and are here by invited to participate in the said meeting Hearsts Vitality The vitality of the canvass of William Randolph Hearst isshown in the fait that it dos not seem at all alFected by the action of Now Yorkwhich apparently instructed for Judge Parker Several states have since then either instructed for Hearst or sent uninstructed de legations when it looked like they would have fallen over each other to get into the band wagon after New York fi action Th fact is there is more in the candidacy of Mr Hearst than many people think or aUleast will admit He may not bo nominated but he will in all probability be in position to dictate who will be Exchange Now that we have a bridge committee appointed to see how much public money can bo raised for the construction of a bridge at some point entering Clay City and that point to be where the most money is subscribed we will wait and see what wo will see The people of Clhy City are always liberal in their donations and can be depended upon to do their duty So we expect the council to do nothing at their next meetingbut contract for the bridge The Republicans have split in their stronghold Pulnski county and the Democrats haven good fighting chance to win the coun ty thereby breaking the ice in the Eleventh district rr Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application h3 they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one yay to cure deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is cuused byan inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect retiring and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflatnation can be taken out and this tuba re stored to its normal condition heuri g will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ton uru caused by Catairh which is nothing but an inhumed condition of the mucous surfaces Wo will give One Hun dred Dollars for any case of Deaf ness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F1 CURSE t Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75C Take Hulls Family Pills for con stipationSuffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will WeaKen Your Nerves Folks who think It Is better to bear pain than soothe Itaro wrong Oldfashioned doctors used to say It was better because they had nothing with which to easeJ aln but dangerous dlgsBut remedy has been found Dr ilfKsT AhtlPalh Pills It Is wrong to suffer for nothing can be nervesA Is When In pain take an AntiPain 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 tho action of the glands They are sure and harmless and aro 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 results I have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick nervous headache and havo received the best results I hear tily recommend their curative proper successfulREVnAYSold by druggists at 25c Money back If first does not help Never sold In bulk FREEWrite to us for Free Trial otDr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific nemedY for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tel itfree1ABORATORIE3 ELKHAUT IND MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep lr Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12horscpmver The best known power lor farmers and others printediiLT CHASHAGANvnuvari fij1 r fe t- c I S t CO TO M- RSWILLIAMS FOR Clothing Fine Dress Goods Ladies Skirts Silk Waists Millinery Furnishings Mattings Mens Hats Fine Shoes Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Silks and Satins White Goods Lawns and Dimit es Ginghams Hosiery Odd Pants Chinaware Art Material Hamburgs All over Laces All over Embroideries Jewelry and Belts Kid Gloves Nuts and Candi- essssesssosossossoos MRS WILLIAnS Clay City Ky Littlepage Sonf- HDRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded I The Whitest White CakeI 5 The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit1 Arc IWLutlo Wliou You UKOI Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour C If Take no OtherEvery Sack Guaranteed i J c I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY it t Sold by our Leading Merchants I 71 1g j r R H CURTIS t I I Leader in t I General flerchandise t t t and Country Produce wJ Maker Price paid for Railroad Ties lSpout Spring Kentucky Your Patronage Solicited J I u CtHE TIMESj AN ALL IIOJIL MADE PAf Kit 4 THURSDAY MAY 12 1904 J LOCAL BREVITIES u II GI Walters is in Letchcr county this week on business A Hollman the insurance mon of Mt Sterling was here Monday N Elder D G Combs will preach at the Christian church Friday night Weedcn Ewen of La Monte Mo is visiting relatives in this I county F B Russell of Louisville was in the city the first of the week on business Mr and Mrs Morgan M Kin 4 hey of Vaughns Mill were in the city yesterday 7 Mr and Mrs W R Cassidy visited relatives at Winchester r Friday nail Saturday John P Curtis living on Snow Creek had a very valuable horse to lie Monday with a strange dis caseDr C Irvin whose illness was noted in our last issue is able to resume his practice after u siege of several days W E JJeflin a hustling form er living in the western portion t of the county was in the city Tuesday transacting business Dr C B Dickson the dentist is at the Bed River Hotel where he will remain for a few days ex eciiting all kinds of dental work While the peach crop has been damaged greatly there will be plenty in some sections and the apple crop it is said will be enor mous I The Company store limas had put in several new windows on the side of their building which makes the room much lighter in T tilido than formerly Dorris Mize and Miss Grace Moore have returned home from school at Grand View Penis where they have been attending rthopnt few mi nhs t J W Tipton who has been in Tennessee for some months was i the gnost of his family here this weekcblr Tipfon will in the future be locatedin Pulaski county I Ky Mrs Polly Niblack who seemingly been lying at the pointI of death for several days inning to slowly improve under the careful treatment of Dr Williams Presiding Eld E G B Mann who will conduct the quarterly meeting ut Hardwicks Creek Saturday anclSunduy will preach at the Methodist church here Sunday night The third quarterly meeting will be hold at Ilardwicks Creek PresidingIent and preach bout Saturday in1ghtand Sunday IE Niblack who opened his soda fountain and ice cream par I bur some days ago is having a nice trade His stand is the best place in time city to got a cool re freshing drink Try him Joe Bruner formerly town marshal of Clay City has been I i 1 cmploped hythe authorities of Jackson as a policeman fh that town Toe is a fearless officer and will make the mountain boys be good The First Service The first services will bo held in the new Presbyterian church Sunday morning at the usual hour The new seats which have just arrived are beauties and a credit to their donor Frank B Russell The Schdol Census The school census has been completed in Clay City It shows 222 children in the city of school age which is an increase of six over the report of last year We anticipate u good school for Clay City this year- Preaching at Vaughns Mill The regular preaching days at the Vaughns Mill Christian church is as formerly every third Sunday Eld B F Wright is supplying at this church and ev cry body is cordially invited to come out on these days More Cool Weather We have had several cool days and nights this week but lio frost though it was claimed by some it would come Tuesday night that being the same day in May that it thundered in February und they say it never fails but it did this time Bee Destroyer A bee bird which sits near the entrance of bee hives and picks up the bees as they come from the hive swallowing them is the latest tormentor of the farmer The bird is a bright red with black wings and has appeared in several parts of the state nilllnery Galore Our town is full of pretty hats for ladies and girls and there is no reason why our fair sex can not be suited at home by hone people in head gear Patronize only home merchants That is the policy to build up your town and at the saute time save money in your pocket Dont Kill the Birds There is a state law which pro hibits the killing of any song or insestiverous birds at any time of the year Informer gets half of tho fine which is five dollars for each oflense Few people per haps know that such a law is on the Kentucky statutes and it should be rigidly enforced School Closes School closeuMast Friday Time school this year has not boon the success it has been in years be fore or that it should have been this year While this is the case it was no fault of the two assist nuts tlio Misses Groves who performed their duty faithfully and in the whole very satisfactory Time resignation of Prof Gaines greatly disturbed matters in his room which had not sailed very smoothly since time beginning of the term Time two assistants room maintained a good attend ance and the work in their two rooms was as good as was ever accomplished before which speaks well for the teachers Miss es Mayme and Maggie Groves flank Young Again Il0ne of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks ba8 put mo in my teens again writes D H Turner of DempseytOAvn Pa Theyre the best in the worM for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purelyvegetable Never gripe Only 25c at SwanhDayLbr Cop store i A ooi1 Fisherman A J Asberry Esq is the champion fist1i ian of Clay City He seldom returns from the river without from ono to over two dozen fish Quick Arrest J A Gulledga of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tu more After doctors and all remedies failed 1IueklensArniett Salve quickly arrested further inflanm tion and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25c at Swunn Day Lbr Cos store Bright Outlook for School With Prof Geo D Hancock as principal pf the school Prof 0 W Campbell as first assistant and Miss Maggie Groves as sec and assistant we believe Clay City will have one of the best schools this year over taught in the county Time principal and first assistant cbmcs to us with the highest recommendations while Miss Groves as a primary teacher can not be excelled A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Mer ritt of No iMehoopany Iv made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure lie writesIn patient was attacked with violent hemor rhages caused by ulceration of the- stnnaeh I had often found Elec tric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them Tho patient guin ed from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Eke tric Hitters mire positively guaran teed for Dyspppsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50c at Swtfnn Dny Lbr Cos DIED Mr Tom Ballard died at his home in Menifeb county Friday May 6 of dropsy aged 70 years He leaves eight children among them being Mrs Vina Anderson of this city A Sure Thing It is said taut nothing is sure ex cept death and taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs c B Van Metre of Shepherd town W Va says 11 had a severe case of Bron chitis and for a year tried every thing I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Con bumption Try it Its guararan teed by SwannDiiy Lbr Co Mer chants Trial bottles free Keg sizes oOc 100 The TIMES only 50 cents a year For Sale One set of good surveying instru ments cheap Call at this olllce Desirable house for Rent A nice twostory residence in the eastern portion of time city Will be for rent May 1st The house has seven rooms with pantries and etc and all necessary out buildings For particulars call on J E BurgheEat time TIMES olliceSiv House For Sale Cottage of four rooms in good re pair with four lotsjin western por tion of town Good water conveni ent FRANK JOHNSON For Sale A two story business pause on 7thave 1 lots well improved suitable for busineg or dwelling For further information apply to Jauies Bloom ii tt- S INSURE WITH F A LYON e SON Tho JLiCfKllngr IUll1l1nncc AAcnt- Q Eastern lilentualtyOver 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are lenders in this line Startling Facts I AI Ea BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you needat prices so low as to make you wonder how wo got themrEverything from i Paper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce md 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 Ii it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY ConneotionI 9Dont give him oalI THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED WmiEKsrooN Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030- vre solicit the accounts individ uals firmeaud corporations 848 y J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and nil kinds Hair Tonics You will all ways Hud razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in fai to a N H Pres of of keen M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLrER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Groan baited Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole s i Traffic on Railroad Abandoned The Louisville and Atlantic railroad has discontinued the pas senger service between Beatty ville and Beattyville Junction connecting with tho LE Tho service was discontinued on the ground that it was only serving as a feeder for the L E The action forces the people residing in Beattyville and vicinity to either walk the five miles to Beat tyvillo Junction or come by way of Richmond to reach Lexington and points north since there is not even a road for a wagon be tween the junction of the L and E and Beattyville People in Beattyville claim they have es tablished acquaintance and rela tionship on the L and E and de sire to trade in Olay City and Lexington and that they cannot reach these points under present conditions There are being con sidered various plans to over come the dificulty the most feas ible being the running of a launch on tho river up to Beatty villo Junction each morning in time for the early train north Cant be DyedIntheWool We havent come out flatfoot ed for any one for president We were however inclined to Judge Parker till we learned so much of his backing As a died in the wool democrat we are suspicious of anybody whom August Bel mont and Wall street favor We know how Hearst stands on all the issues If Parker has any views he keeps them to himself Hearst only asks fair treatment and this we are willing to accord him and all whose names have been mentioned for the high of fice As to the other proposition we are willing to plead guilty that is if the two have formed a partnership John Whnllens name and that of a decent demo crat should not be mentioned in the same year Lexington Democrat a Hung Jury Again The jury trying W T Pryse at Louisville for the killing of Tony Gegg in that city has again failed to agree Pryse is a medical stu dent attending a school in the Falls City but lives at BeattvJll e He is released on a bond of 5000 MUSS CECELIA STOW Orator Entre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubles Tho doc tor insisted on an operation as the only to pet well I however stronglobjected to an operation My husband disheartened aa wells I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a of Cardui for ine to tr and he didso I toimprovelnafowday s and myrecoverywasveryrapid anotherbeing Mrs Stowes letter shows saddenedbyfemale Wine of Cardui cures that sick ness and brings health and happi ness again Do not go on suffering Go to your druggist today and secure a 1100 of Cardai WINE IRDUJ Ihis is the second trial had by young Pryse the jury being una ble to reach a verdict both times Editors Hear the First Editors are first to hear gossip or scandal indiscretions of men or women things unfit for publi cation intrigues clandestine meetings flirtations of married women rumors of married men and in fuct all the neighborhood scandals Editors generally know all the naughty doings in the com munity no matter how secret If one half they heard was lished there would be divorceI socialostracism and other woes there would be shot guns and gore imprisonment desolate homes shame and misery The editor learns much of the hypoc ricy of life and it is a wonder he believes anything on earth or in the hearaf tor People who abuse him often owe their standing in society to his forbearance Ex 00No Negroes There Heading Ohio with a popula tion of over 3000 has no colored citizens No negro is ever allow ed to remain there over night Al tliDughseveralattemptshave been made by them to live there they have usually found it expedient to leave before day break One bolder than his fellows went so far recently as to fit up a barber shop deeming it a lucrative field but the sight of a halter on his door the next morning induced hint to change his mindI Miss Mary Spillman aged thir ty threo years of Lexington died from the effects of carbolic acid ta ken through mistake for medciue A block of buildings was destroyed by fire at Shelbyville entailing a loss of 25000 Irvine Items f Irvine Herald Joseph Johnson who wus injured by the lightning striking his resi dence is said to be recovering The Ohio Valley Tie Co has con veyed about sixty thousand ties to Valley View on the recent tide Work has been resumed on the Williams building and it will be ready for occupancy in July Roger L Neff of Lexington is here this week making preparations to begin surveying the oil pipe line The plant of the cooperage com pany has resumed operations after being shut down several days to put in a new boiler and make other re pairsA difficulty occured between Hooker Childers and Johnson Sam ple near the terminus of the K N railroad thiscounty sunday after noon in which Sample was seriously wounded a load of shot from Chil ders gun striking him in the Ides The left eye is completely destroyed and the right eye is badly injured Mondayforup over a passway to a spring FainviIleT J King runs his grist mill on Friday mornings grinding corn and wheat Mr Willie Finney of Rice Sta tion made a flying trip to Winston this week Mr Bert King of his place everyThursday Mr James Hendrix has return ed home from Ohio where he has been on business Tharphavedon where they have been going to school Mr F M Kerby who was thrown from a wagon load of hay and got his skull fractured is slowly improving Mrs T J King has brought on a nice line ofs millinery this spring All the women like to come and see the now hats t Knov Iton Mrs Allie Abney visited Mrs Mary Pqwell Thursday- FannieTownsend spentWednes day with Effie Bryant Mrs Mary Holman visitedMrs Lilly Lyle at Furnace Sunday Effie Bryant who has been sick for several days is not any betterDave Watson bought fo W L Spencer one mule Price un known Miss Lou Holman was the guest of Miss Minnie Lyle at Furnace 1 f Sunday John and Newt Spencer spent Saturday night with their uncle Jake Townsend Sam Abney and two little sons Jasper and Alfred spent Sunday with Olem Abney Alfred Holmaniof Bowen spent Monday night with his cousin Asa Holman Charlie Frazier spent several days with his grandmother at Millers Greek last week Little Vernon Bryant who has been sick for the last week we are glad to say isimproving Asa and Ben Holman were the guests of their brother Joe at Vaughns Mill Saturday night Genet Ben J Martinis very illat this writing rr Mrd Ann Smythis visiting at Clay City this week W T Huff and wife of Xena were visiting friends here Sun day Aunt Abbey McCoy of Xena is visiting her son James McCoy at this place G A Orabtree sent to Stan ton one day last week on partic ular business Mrs Nancy Mullens who has been down for several days is slowly recovering The farmers her jiire finishing planting corn and will be ready for fighting the weeds in a few daysWm Townsend is agent for Scobee Williams Spoke Co and is making things rattle in these partsMesdames Polly Ann Wireman and Lien Hatton of Xena were the guests of Mrs Mary E Orab tree Saturday and Sunday There are a good many cases of measles in this neck of the woods and every body seems to be scared Look out all who have not had them Dock Spencer J P Crabtree and J A Orabtree have taken a largo contract of logging from N S McDonald near Lombard and will begin the job next week North Bend f II 0 Welch transacted business at Stanton Saturday Corn planting is tho chief occupation in the Bendthis week o r Henry Stephensjof Morris Creek was Monday on busi nessrMMiss Ella Ewen pitted B J Ewen and family n last week ii f Tho Welch and James Friend transacted business at Stanton Monday James Welch of Jellersonville visited Arthur Welch and family e Sundav o Subscribe for the TRIES 50 cts a yearSBlue Boy will receive subscription f The wife of G A Maxmell of- Rosslynis on the sick list Dr A T Knox is waiting on her Rev James Kirk the mountain evangelist conducted relig ious services at Pine Grove Sun dayMiss Annie Welch who has been very sick with measles for the last 40 days is able to be out again D W Martin is erecting a store house at Rosslyn and will handle a complete line of merchandise Thos Welchs children are nil able to be out again after being confined to the house eight weeks with measles and fever Dr C D Mansfield was the attending physicianAs write this the New Dominion Oil fcGas Co drilling on the farm of Wingate Anderson has failed to strike a paying well but there are strong indications of oil They struck a small quantity Saturday Your correspondent was wrong ly informed about 0 0 Fletcher purchasing Wingate Andersons boundary of hickory timber as stated in last weeks issue We wish to state that Mr Fletcher has not purchased the boundary of timber as was reported Blue Boy 0 Desirable House for Sale We have listed with us a desira ble 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 with little money For particulArs CAll At this office BlueGrass Nurseries SPRING 1904 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental 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