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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tij i t I A 7- S I cY 1- r pa f 1f a F TIEI CLAY l tITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the nrronnJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Hurghcr Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 1904 NO 4tt 4HeroIs Your Chance 4 0 Shimfessol has a largo quan tHy of Ladies Skirts Hats Dress Giifghdms and other goods which he is disposing of AT COST fort CASH These goods are season able and will not last long at the price he is selling them- WINCHETER COURT About three hundred cattle on market and most of them were sold in small lots On account of the dryweather and the near approach of a long winter with a scarcity of feed buyers demanded concession and prices wore fully 25 lower than last Court day The highest price of the day was 3i75 per hundred for a few thousand pound steers but most of them sold brought 8300 to 350 Heif ere sold for 82to2 50 according t quality a bunch ot nice yearling Bteere weighing C75 Ibs brought 330 Trade was slow and prospects for the future are not bright For Sale A two story business house on 7th ave 4lots well improved suit able for business or dwelling For further information apply to James Bloom The Hazard Enterprise is a new Republican paper just start ed at Hazard Perry county Enoch Sloaiif of Pike county returned home in nn intoxicated condition aud killed his wife and four small children and then turned the revolver on himself sending a bullet through his heart John Blanton a convict from Elliott county was discovered with smallpox in the Frankfort penitentiary He was taken to the pest house I James Hendricks aged 101 years Louisvilles oldest citizen died Tuesday He leaves twen tythree grandchildren and thirty great grandchildren The residence of Den Morgan a prosperous Bourbon county farmer was burned his fourteen yearold son losing his life in the flames If the poor people did but know how little soils millionaires enjoy their wealth there would be leis envy in the world Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes and sizes ECONOMYrI j Means Best goods at Lowest Prices Thisis the place you are looking for Shimfesselsold stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than ever before i I wish to call the attention of the general public to the a fact that I have received my new Spring Goods and am now better prepared than ever to comply with the demands of my custom found1ntheLowest Prices The Dress Goods Department is complete in every detail the finest to be found in Clay City i the Lne of Fine Footwear Thisstock cannotjlwexcelledFresh Clean and UptoDate yt A Nice Line of Ladies Hats Iof the Vory Xnteat Parisian Styles just received See the before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to nil parts of the CitePlione 38 ti Kentuckyssel tRELIANCE MFG 7 Winchester Ky Wer are Headquarters for Sash FeuringWe1 Ceiling BuI Paper I Blinds 5Watherboarding Felt Roofing r- c l5tairwaysrShinglesnntlEtc and FlintoIdRoofiiiig Etc Jm tif 6 7 Store FrontsL c e p 11 v r t1 Send us Your estimatesv Prompt Shipments f fI Ir 4 1fw rw l tY Jraf t SMALLPOX WARNING State Board of Health Asks Assistanc from the People to Help Keep this Dreaded Disease Stamped Out k Office State Board of Health 1 Bowling Green KyfJJpv 20 J To the Health Officials PhYS- Icians and People Of Kentucky Since January 1808 smallpox has prevailed more or less extensively in overy county in Kentucky with a total of over 25000 cases Ural 800 deaths costing in cash more than onehalf million dollars besides aifestitnated loss from interferenQO with business und travel pf sorii over one andonehalflliihion dollars Properly expended this sum would have been more than enough to hatwarded the health interestsrWi otjr people for a generation besides keeping every resident of temp State vaccin ated so that thejexistemice of anything butteinipifrted case of smallpox im possible r With the fidvent of yold weath er cases of ISI all poxrnre being reported iiy widely separated sec tions in mf any counties and we feel that t is again to warn our oniciale anil ieipla of the necessity of prompt to preventserious and expensive local ovitbreiikB rjrt the prcyventfon of ifcheap- and as certain and safe as it easy and thought it as unlawful to remain unvaccinated at any time in the face of exist ing conditions iilt lligenfc people should not wait for the law to force them to evident duty Vac cination and revaccination prop orly done with reliable virus is a sure preventive and is Entirely free from danger Physicians everywhere should be on their guard aud should iso late the first case and vaccinate all exposed at once Grown peo pIe almost never have chickenpox When utJvaccinated grown people have a contagious erupt ive disease under existing circumstances they should bo isolat ed and treated as suspicious until the health authorities decide its not smallpox All should re metpber that there are no such diseases as elepharitttch Af rican itch army itchcedlr tchor Cuban itchIlnd these are trigger1 names fotsmallpox In preventing the spread of this horrible disease this Board asks and expects the support ef all intelligent people Copies of circulars describing modern methods of preventing this anti other contagious diseases may be had fred of expense upon application to the Board of healthat Bowl ing Green By order of time Efeard- J f N MATHKNVS tD Pres J N McCoKMAOK Mi D Sec I NOTICE TSf Work has begun on the new steel bridge crossing Red river in this city at WaUersyille and mall persons who subscribed to the bridge fund will please call aroun and pftyvthe over to time city cou I airdJget i re- Ceipt for the same J E BuiiauERj gityijblerk III J a i jhi j l t- Y1 t y 4 ixra MORGAN R LYLE Elected Chairman of the Powell County Democratic Committee and Romulus Jackson Secretary Pursuant to a call of the chair man the Powell County Democratic Committee met at Stantoi Monday and elected M R Lyle Chairman and Romulus Jackson Secretary No better selections could have been made as these gentlemen can always he relied on to work for the best interests of the party The following conmitteemen representing their respective pre cincts were present P L Faulkner precinct No 2 John Powell precinct No iJ N Berry pe- eciuetNo1 John B Patton pre cinct No5 Precincts Nos 4 I 5 and 7 failed to elect committeemen ann the committee as organ ized reconimented the appointment of George Faulkner for precinct No7 Melvin Morton for precinct No4 and L C Lyle for precinct No 0 LATEST SONG FOR PAPA Rockaby baby your mamma has gone shes out at a caucus and will he till dawil she wore papas pants and in them looked queer so hushubybaby your papa is here Rochnby baby your mammas a terror shes run three conventions declared for three fellers shes great on a straddle way up on a vote so hushaby baby your papas the gate Rotkaby baby the dishes are clean papas done scrubbing and put on the beaus your mamma is late she seems always to lag but heaven help papa if she comes home with a jag t So rockaby baby Im glad you cant talk for papa got lonesome and went for a walk Ho met a widow n regular dreamt and your pupas a dandy but not of the scream So hushaby baby for flirtings no sin your papa was tempted she tickled his chin she was so plump so pretty so neat andso trim so hushaby baby your dads in the swim Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Cut urrh Cure F J CHENNEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J CHKXEY for the last 15 years mud believe him perferfectly lon rabid in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his fiirm WAIBINO KINNAN ti MAUVIV Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally noting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by nil druggists Take Inns Family Pills fgrcotm stipation Bitter von SuKI have a car load of brick for sale at reasonable pri sIJ E Burgher t I Harvest Days Remind us that only those tiv1io Jsow can hope to reap I Sow habits of economy and industry in youth and there will be u plentiful harvest of prosperity in olr- tOpen n jp a Savings Account now Save while you cnn and you will never know want Re member we pay 15 per tent in Jtereston savings accounts J Clay City National Bank- S Clay City Ky oaw TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYJ Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists re fund the money Hit fails to cure E W Groves BignaUireJsqn each box 26 WANTED SPECIAL ItEpnEHEXTATivEJn this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established busi ness Salary 921 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday morning by check direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blew Bros Co Dept A Monon Bldg Chicago Ill The postoflice department has determined to put guessing con tests under the bun the Attorney General in a sweeping opinion holding that such schemes are lotteries in disguise IltOFESSIOXAL CAKOS IIp1h1111N1N 5 hhhh 1M10h 1IM1 1 4 Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Offlceat the Aker11ote1 where an experienced Practitioner may be found dy and night prepared to execute all kinds of high grade work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICK O- NDENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY V B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON oUY OITV KY v B RSMtTHMOi PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON I CLAY CITYKYr1 1- i 1 GOOD FLOUR rtr r Is the foundation of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking longIng good qualities should try Mansfields Flour Contains all the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN PAIN LILY of your grocer and have better bread in your home R Mansfield Son nOSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING J H Dawson of Right Angle was here a short while last week W J Barnett and Thos S McKinney were in the mountains on business the first of the week Saturday and Sunday are regu lar preaching days at the Baptist church Let a good crowd pome outMrs Vcanna Curtis is very ill at this time and her condition is becoming of a serious nature Mrs James F McKinney an v dauher MissNoraToddvisited- the forJriers d u hter Mrs JVW McKinney in Clark county las weekMr Geo B Daughtee son and daughter have gone to Texas to reside Mr Doughtee was sales man in W G Patricks store at this place three years ago Ernest Elkin has rented and moved to the Dick King farm near Lillys Ferry in Clark count Mr Elkins wife was formerly Miss Olevio McKinney of this place SHOE SHOP REMOVED I have removed my shoe shop to Gaylords blacksmith shop where I will be pleased to see my old customers and new ones too WESLEY GAKRETT WANTEDCarpenters and la borers for work on government con tract at lock no 11 Kentucky liver Pay 15 cents per hour fur good laborers and 20 to 25 cents per hour for carpenters Excel lent opportunity for good men to se cure good positions Apply in person toll E Tulbott fc Co a the work near College 11111 Madi son County 41Owks Selling at Cost For the next 30 days I will offer my entire stockof Dry Goods Shoes Notions etc at cost This iq a rarecbanuo for yourown R H CURTIS Spout SpringKy I Ii I his l y w t a w n THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TnCllSDAY a IJ E BunoriEn Edltpr and Owner EditorISubscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass mail matter Thursday Dec 11004 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowITho Truss and CourierJournal 10011 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 15 Teddy Roosevelt is taking box ing lessons and is said to be quito proficient in the art Guess he grandDuring the season just close there were thirteen deaths from football playing and 200 were badly injured This is a endorsed by sonic Ohristains Christian colleges if it neverthe less is a bruitish act rivaling in injurious effect the ancient bull fight If as many indulged i the reckless game as there do i ordinary games such and check ers etc the fatalities of the game would be appalling When some people complain as unchristian the act of tobacc- chewing and such trivial an unharmful indulgences ands en dorse Christian 2 college foot ndid a cOIn fluetweek and there tailed at the Mississippi building with which he was very much pleased and about which he made much favorable com ment President Francis of the Exposition Company sent Govi Vardaman of Mississippi tele gram conveying the information that the President had paid his State building a visit and how much he was pleased with it but thiit gentleman evidently didnt care whether Mr Roosevelt liked the building or not for he wired back in reply the following It is of course gratifying to the people of Mississippi to know that they have done QUO thing that tljo present President of the United States approves Doubt less the Presidents admiration of the Mississippi buildingis due to his admiration of Jtiflejrson Da vis whose last home it is a replica1 fg No flora Suffering If you are troubled with indiges tion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspep tsin Cure and see how quickly it will cure you Geo A Thompson of Spencer la says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years Sly case was almost boneless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommended and Lused stew bodies of it and it is the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with local physi cians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some releif but Kodol Dys pepsia1Cure is the only remedy itjat has done me any good and I heartily recommend it Every per soil suffering with Indigestion or DYBp piirshoul use IL Sold by MBoge Do Yu Want an Education SOME FACTS ABOUT THE CLAY CITY- GRADEDSCHOOL Clay City is located on the LL E rulroad between Lexington and Jackson Ivy The Graded School is the pride of the city and is in a prosperous condition having an enrollment of about one hundred and fifty pupils Strict discipline is enforced but it is tempered with mildness and kindness Our course of study will compare favorably with that of tiny graded school in the State We strive to obtain thoroughness how ever rather thanasmattering knowl edge of many things to be deep rather than broad We shall under take no patent process by which it is supposed that untutored boys and girls may be put into a cramming machine and speedily turned out womendoi time and hard study If you wish your youato yourflittle children benefit of careful t Inhlg in the elementary branches under an ex thena g we will take pupils in the preparatory department and give them thorough instruction in the ordina ry brandies of an EngfJsh eduoa tdd the higher studies of the regular college S ourse including Higbsr Mathen iiticB Sciences FrenVliund Literature andw l fur nilh1m wi superior facilities for instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music For further Information address C W CAMPBELL Prin I CLAY CITY KY Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri tating Pains and Aches Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills are for women Womans delicate nervous organism tingles to the least Jarring Influence and some ache or pain tsthe result The remedy is at band Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They act most marvellously on wom ans nervous organism sad relieve and cure the pains to which she Is a martyr Headaches ncuralglao pains monthly pains and all kinds ot palM disappear as If a gentle hand had llghUy soothed them away Dizziness Hush of Blood to the head Toothache Backache are all cured by these Little Comforters Cured without danger of disagreeable aftereffects cured qUIckly cured with out unnatural action on liver stomach or other Internal organs Dr Miles AntiPain Pills please the women and the children take them be cause they are oasyio take and soothe all their Bufferings For years I had ells of sick bead agoniesIvisitinGbroughtnumerous remedies without relief until andtheytoms of sick headache I take a pill and ward off the attack When I am tired meoMRSBARAllPrice 25c a box Never Hold In bulk FREE TrialPacknPain Pllli the New Sclentmo Remedy Ourspeciallstyou what lar wronalid how to It COLWOItATO1tU 40 ForSebTA two story business hqusq on 7th avo 4 lots weiLfnjproved suitable for prfd wglling For further Informatloafply to James Bloom F Srr rrp 01 iqI 1M I J ti 1- d Y eh I Fall Millinery in Profusion at MRS WILL AnSv Clay City Ky f Latest Styles Best Quality Lowest Prices I t +iddied +++3rp+ h++ 3 + Ho++O +++++++d ioH of + t I F t Littlepage SonT i DRUGGISTS I r t tl Clay City Kyor I EtcI f Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and I ons carefully compounded 1Prescript t yII + + + rtoSx+ + + + u+ + + + rt of + + H+ 1 MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS OF- t Machinery Repaired We keep II Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD r l Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others lIprintedfaL T CMS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY 1 o f t i I Hoato FORA l Bosk KeeingBasteessPHONOGRAPHY f TJptirltlng isegrapI1 i AJOnu 5LEXINCTONfor circular of hS famous and renonribte r COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Xedal at WorUfa Exposition poltioarCotofPa11BulueCourse t tioo tsndnoardinfmilrsbout0 viTeIegraphySpadllhali t fpVoUouI erdn b ha vow rtns rach N ddrotrUMIPMF R CVMTM Loxlnrrton Ky 1I Black Creek Lime J Works I I RS NOEL PropIle tiCLAY CITY KY l InctyY at Lowest1 Prices Will delivernti fiClay City or sell atthe S Lime 06 cents per barrel at thef tOityIj 1 it I + i- I ftr I I rti- s h Iii t tfjTFfE TIMES F lTb 4 AN ALL HOMEMADB PAPER- s c THURSDAY pEO 1 1004 LOCAL BREVITIES I Mrs Ed Gilbert is down with pneumonia Mr R 0 Mansfield of Rosslyn was in town Monday on business J JSewing machine needles at W All makes and sizesR Miss Lou A Wallace of Irvine visited Miss Kate Daniel and oth er relatives here last week 1 t Mr H 0 Wnrmouth will make some improvements on his busi 1 ness house in the near future Buick FOR SALEI have a car load of brick for sale at reason able prices J E Burgher Major J B Blackburn and wife of Stanton will leave soon for Florida to spend the winter with their daughter Attorney Henry Watson of Mt Sterling manager of the local telephone was in the city thelast of the wepk Mr Geo E Tomlinson president and general manager of the Reliance Manufacturing Com jany of Winchester was in town yesterday t Mayor J H Terry who has re cently been a sufferer from some kind of throat trouble went to Lexington last week for treat inont and has returned very much improved Mothers Be Careful qfTtiie health of your6hndren Lookout for Coughs Colds Croup a and Whooping Cough Stop them in time One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harrulrss aud- I pleasant Sold by 11 Roses I i7iola the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Gilbert was severely burned by her clothing catching fire from a grate one day this week and but for the timely assistance ofa neighbor might have burned to death The minutes of the Landmark I Baptist Association were printed at this office this week and in aI few days will begin work on the bylaws for the Bowon lodge of Odd Fellows This office is all rightfor book or any other kind printing t MissLoliaRusselljOf Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs James Mr Henry Waldron is erecting a two story busijiees house on Sixth avenue The lower story will be occupied by ii butojier t shop and the uppdr story by a dental office Miss Bessie Potts entertained a number of her playmates with a candy party Thursday night i it Those present wero Pearl Phil lips Clara Phillips BetsyJohu d son Julia Potts Carrie Goosey EfFel Johnson Ida Patton Crater Johnson and Strawder Adnerson 1 They all report a nice time There will bo a box party at t the graded school building Fri fday night December Oth Do inotfail to attend You will en joy the occasion and especially p tho luncheons such as the Ghiy i Oity girls put up All revenue collected on this occasion will be i Clayrj City graded School Libraryv 14 J O1fe 1 vV I A a 1IM y i I I I t If pxv T Wjtli out fete exceptions the election of chairmen by the Dem cratic Committees Monday over the State was done harmoniously In Montgomery county there was a split two chairmen being electedBeware of Counterfeits DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre AlaII have it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend It to be the best Salve on tho mar ket Every family should keep it as it is an invauable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y says I Lada fever sore on myiinkle for twelve yeras that the doctors could not cure All salves and blood remedies proved worth less I could not walk for over tw6 years Finally I was persuaded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cures without leaving a scar Sold by M Rose We learn from sources outside of the county that Representative Robert Blackburn will be an ap plicant for Federal Marshal from this district We hope this is true and we hope Bob will get the place He is a good fellow uprightIrev warded by his party STRAY COW Red dehorned dry cow thin in order and few white spots on her body looks to be about six years old Ower can have same by proving owership and paying all charges Cow came to my place on fourth Monday in October JOHN T PIGO West Bend Ky There has been a considerable advance in the price of building lots in Clay City of late and some are withheld from the market We see no special occasion for such action Its truo enough Clay City is on a slight boom or rather enjoying a steady growth but when it comes to advancing lots on an average of more than 100 per cent we can see no ex cuse for it and it will have a tendency to check the growth of the city However while this is true and if the lots have really advanced as the owners now de clare they should and will be taxed accordingly We venture the owners of these lots will kick when the raise is made but we dont see how they can for they made the advance themselves We hopo to see a board of supervisors that will make these property owners pay taxes on their property as they now rate it Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS np they cannot reach the seat of the disease CutarrhMs u blood or cone tit tutbnnl disease and in order to was ityuu must take internalrem edies Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts derectly on the bloodand mucous surfaces Hulls Catarrh Cure is not ii quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physlciariH in this country fbr years and is a reg ular presciptinn It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces Tho perfeotccombination of the two ingredients is what produces RuchwonderrulreSlltsin curing Catarrh Suns for tesimonials free FT CtttstYCoTokdo0S- oldbydruggists price 75o Take Hulls Family iPills for con stiputioit C f ri y ti i j A Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleosantand positive as DeWitta Little Early Risers De Witts Little Edrly Risers are so mildand effective that children delicate ladies and weak people say they are the bpstliver pills sold Sold by M Rose r- NOTICE Work has begun on the new steel bridge crossing Red river in this city at Waltersville and all persons who subscribed to the bridge fund will please call aroundand pay the amount over to the city council and get n re ceipt for the same J E BuRGHKii City Clerk I CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist ChurchSalem first Satur day morningand Sunday following EI dor J Turpin supply Powells Valley second Saturday Sunday EI- der Turpin pastor Bowen fourth Sat Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastor ClayCitynolds pastor Hardwicks creek third SundayMethodist Church Rev J 0 Craw ford pastor first Sunday preaching at Clay City morningand and sec ond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the precedingThlnland evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapl1l1 the morningand on Saturday night before Sunday school at all the churches atClayCityfourth Prtaohing nt each place both morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor ON THE INCREASE Worlds Fair Travel letting Heavier While the volume of travel to St Louis on account of the Worlds Fair has not quite come up to the expecta tions of the Worlds Fair management or tho railroads it has been ns fos consideredThe ance is concerned will be Scptembcr October and November anil during these three months the admission will undoubtedly equal if not surpass tho entire number registered up to August 31st inclusive It is certainly big grand show and one that no person with the means should miss It is the opportunity of a fife time in an educational way and one that will be taken advantage of by the great mrjority of the people of America before its close It is an at traction that all Americans are proud of and Justly so r- On account of its unexcelled train service both as regards equipment and accommodations ibe Louisville Hen derson St Louis Hallway better known as the Henderson Route has carried the majority of Kentuckians to St Louis and have beyond a doubt been more instrumental in contributing to the success of the Fair than any other railroad In thisterritory The Henderson Itoute is justly entitled to all the praise that is ben i showered on them as their train I 1 ice is unquestionably the finest i atcd in or out of Kentucky and i schedule of trains is more nearly i tanned than on the majority of rot k For comfort in travel and for best accommodations safest trod schedules theres but one thing to at all times keek in mindget the Hen dcrson Route habitandrequest this routing in purchasingyour tick- etsBAIILEYM J Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY I Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for One slfl tole 9 OIIMiNYtiQIIIOvrEei r Flt is- S L frtH ++ t+ + + + + + + i INSURE WITIT 3 I F A LY0N SON I t The Loading Insurance AfjcntH tot Itciituolcy + 200000000i I I I Every one who knows anything about insurance knowIt they are leaders in this line t+ K++++r+ +I++ H++++++ Startling Facts A1 E BARNETT Sc SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how wo got the- mEverything from i uaper 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 J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAV CITY KV A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing andall kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 2S Dont fai to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Ro s And Flakiest BiscuitI Arc Made When You UHO Pearl and Bakers Pride F out ake no Other Every Sac Guarantee MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY i i sold by our Leading Merchants f t f i I f i M 4 R r rt ip IT1 y S p I tVVaughns Mill U Miss Eva Holman of Haystack visited her brother Mr Joe Hol man lasfweekIGeorge Ware and wife of Bowen visited the formers par ents Mr and Mrs Wm Ware last week Miss Fannie Martin of Oat Creek is visiting her sister Mrs Joe Holmaii The little child of Dillard Bar nef died of typhoid fever a few daysago Miss Fannie Jackson returne from a visit to her sister Mrs OhaSvRupard at Pilot View las weekMiss Lou Wallace of Irvine visited lativeshere last week Frank Jackson of Madison county is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Qoerge Bush vis ited Mr and Mrs George Doug lass at Levee last week Mr and Mrs Fred Ware of Little Creek visited Mr and Mrs Charles Clark Sunday Richard Barnett went fox- hunting a few nights ago and after a lively chase captured Mr Roy nard but in the struggle Mr Barnett received a right severe bite on the hand which has been quite sore sinceLombard Rev John M McCalasters lit tle threeyearold boy died Fri day night of membranecroup Miss Hattie Carroll of Salis bury is visiting her sister Mrs Jasper McDaniel Mr Howard Ingram who has CUBES L 3hOflJ 1 its life from digcttcdIlro1tbj blood for the troubles arise from carclcswiess in eating and stomach disorders entire system Improp masticated food sours on the distressingins When overeating is in the stomach becomes weakened and worn out and dyspepsia claims the victi- mThedfords BlackDraught cures dyspepsia It stomach and cf congested matter and the new life Tho stomach is quickly invigorated and the natural stimulation results in a good appetite rith the power to thoroughly digest food ou can your stomach with this mild natural remedy Try Thcdfords Thct today You can buy a dialer for pumffrom not keep it rand tlio money to Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga L Tonn and a mailed you THSDFOBUS BMCKDMUGETl BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac rlciDr our a aketeh oplnlon and deacrlpton may m Invent on It probably lpmmunlca tlon etrlctlroonSdent NANOSUOSOnPatefU sent tnt Oldest for aecurlnlf Ptenta1atenu taken throb h 4unDt Co receive In the 1Scientific jnnericati Ahtndtomelf llloitratcd weekly T ntettdrI EuUtlon of deaden Journal Terms Mm yeertfoormonths II Sold bjaM newid eaters UMN Cof19roadrnrNhiwY rk t Branca Vfflce CK V Bt WrhltlllOD D i r k been awa tho last two months teturned to Paris 111 Vednesdevening Mrs Frank Crisp served a nice dinner on Thanksgiving Messrs Albert and Lewis Me Oalaster of Oanncll Oity are here for a few days Misses Nettle Payne and Zel ma King spent Sundjiy evening with Mrs Frank Orisp Union Hall puttd sistter on Millers Creek last week Wild grapes and hawes are plentifulPossum hunters are plentiful and they are having good luck The little daughter of W P Wise who has whooping cough is improving Simpson Tipton and family visited Joe Barnett and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Fannie Ohaney visited her parents Sunday The woodlands and adjoining ridges of Doe creek were on fire Saturday but the flames have since been checked after doing great damage and causing great danger John S Tipton was visited by his father mother and sister SundayThe ball game was dull Sunday on account of the cold weather Hog killing is being carried on with 4lacrity as the weather is fine for the business Wilson Adams and Sid Wal ters were on Cow Creek Sunday The school of Miss Y B Dan iel on Cow Greek will close soon Pine Ridge gatheringSeveral from here attended the dedication at Kuckerville Sun dayTurkeys are selling at 10 cts a pound in this neighborhood Mr J A Hughes and Mr W R Rice of Winchester were here on a hunting trip Friday John Cooper ofRuckerville was a visitor in ourmidst Satur day J N Williams sold to Aldridge Walden two steers ut Hi cents M Brick for Sale I have a car load of brick for sale at prioesGan wants in this line on short notice J inRGHER Clay Ky jI t rYrw y Tl4 c Greeley werecalledfuneral of the formers sister Mrs Teifipa Lumpklns who died of consumption Her death caused much sadness in the bereaved family John Derickson Went to Rich mondoneday last week to have some work donei for the narrow gunge engineer Shade Stevensis out again after three months sickness bf typhoid fever 4- Mrs LauraMarfin arid little son are visiting her sister Mrs Shearer p Sani his eyes badly lnrrtwhiledriving steel On the narrow guage railroad last week IGeorge Childers and son are confined to thick rooms with ty phoid fever Jep Smith is also down with the same diseases George Lvle Jr visited his family at Furnace Saturday and Sunday Misses Dee Hnhon and Dee Crawford vftited friends here Saturday and Sunday Willie Sparks and wife visited the hitters sister Miss Florence Flinclium Sunday Frank Smith went to Dundee one day last woek on business J B Derickson of Clay City visited his son Jt H Derickson Saturdayand Sunday E ILL COUNTY ITEMS I MCjsrsHlIand J W Witt of Kansan City are visiting rela tives arid friends at Irvine The former iff there on account of the illness of his wife and the latter canithLhigi to spend Ur few vicelts with his relatives and friends Estill They think Kansas city is destined to become the most important city of the west thrownintoFriday night by an alarm of fire The largo sawdust pile at the mill was discovered onfirp and considerable effort was required to protect the mill but the fire was soon extinguished It iirthought to have originated by spontaneous combustion TIRE Wniche Bankg INCORPORATED N H WITAIEI1SPO6Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individt aalK firms and corporations 848 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Jeffersohville v DIr1V1V Stevenson is quite sick at this writing Miss Queonie Wiilloughby visited her grandparents Mr find Mrs G IL Martin the first of the week Fire is raging in the woods on Spruce creek and which has de stroyed a lot of hickory spokes Damage not known Mr William WiHoughby and wife of Estill county are visiting Mrs Willoughbys father and other relatives jln this neighbor bood Mrs Fannie Willoughby of Spruce creeks visited her father and mother Mr and Mrs G B Martin Tuesday of this week The infant son of Fletcher Richardson who was left mother less by the death of Mrs Myrtle Richardson a few they ago died last Thursday at the home of J T Richardson and was interred in the Trimble graveyard by the side of its mothcrI Mrs George Byrd visited Mrs G B Martin and familon Fri day of this week Mr G B Martin returned from the mountains Friday where he had been on business Mr G B Martin and the writer visited Mt Sterling Saturday on business Mr G B Martin has iabQllt 225 geese to be delivered tit Mt Sterling Monday Mr James Anderson moved from this neighborhood to Black creek the first of the week Mr Andley Ware son of Rev John Ware is confined to the house with rheumatism Therewas meeting at Saints chapelvTiiesday Wednesdayiand Thursday andon Thursday at 11 a m Very few Turkeys lost their headsin this neighborhood on Thanksgiving but the rabbits andquails suffered instead Hog killing is fashionable just now but it is so dry that some have to haul water or drive the hogsto it STRAY HORSE Strayed to my place gear Air den on Monday November 28th a dark bay horse blind in left and right hind foot whiteOwner can have same byproving proper ty and paying all charges 484t ALBERT MolKToair I H F Hilleixmeyer Sorts Blue Crass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fall 04 a full stockof Fruit 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