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C Y I HE CLAY CITY TIMES2 50 Cents a I Year In Advance We are hereto hfelp Clay City the SnrroanJing Country and Ourselves I E Burgher Iuljlisher o 1- Y VOL 10 OLAY CITY KT THURSDAY JANUARY 2G 1905 NO4- i Ladles Aid Society The ladies of the Christian y 4 church met Saturday afternoon Jan 21 and organized a Ladies Aid Society and the following officers were elected h Mesdames Amanda Walters VicePresidenttary Nannie Easter Treasurer The other active members are Mesdames Margaret Fletch eirPinkio Shimfessel Mattie Moore Tent Searcy Permelia McPherson Lizzie Herron A manda Burgher Fannie W Will iams Misses Margaret Groves Ada Johnson and Maudo Phil lips I Marriage Announcement The marriage is announced for February 7th of R B Swope of Powellcounty and Miss Nancy countyThothe residence of the brides fath er T J Ray horn near Kiddville Rev Richard trench willofficiate No cards but friends are invited to bo present Winchester Detn ocrat I What a Woman Can D6 Mrs W S Wingham of JiuJ coin would be glad to know If any lady in this part of the State can beat her record for 1904 She sold 88p worth of strawberries M7 70 worth of vegetables SCI 80 worth of eggs She milked three cows 9 months of the year and 5 cows the remaining 3 moths and sold 81o5 90 worth of milk and 24G 80 worthof butter making u total of 8G02 20 besides supplying two familes in butter and eggs nnd berries and one in milk and the other ono in milk part of the time- Accidentally Killed In Lexington Sunday night Charlie Ware of this county accidentally shot and killed El more Cooper while wrestling o ver a loaded pistol Ware gave himself up 1L1t was discharged as it was clearly proven to be an accident Cooper giving out a statement to this effect on his dying hed An Old Tucking Comb Mrs Sarah Hisle of Indian Fields has a tucking comb which she has heed using constantly for fortytwo years and every tooth in the comb is still intact I y ECONOMYJJAxe a i iHN t T4 loans Best gOO sat owesglees t I This is the plocoyoti are looking for Shirnfessels old stand Enjoying a larger share of public patronage than over before I wish to call the attention of the general public to the fact that I haveieceived my new Spring Goods find am now bettor prepared than ever to comply with tho demands of my custom 4 ers My stock in largo and fresh embracing everything found i in the line of funeral Merchandise the Best Quality and Lowest Prices I 4 The Drsss Goods Department Is complete ineyery detail the finest to be found in Clay City I In the Line of Fine Footwear This stouk cannot be excelled Fresh Clean and UploDato I 6 I 1 A Nice Line of Ladies Hats I vof tho Ver Latest Parisian Styles just received See the before purchasing elsewhere My prices are strictly RIGHT Goods promptly delivered to all parts of the City Phone 38 KentuckyR5 I Shimfessel RJLIANGE MFG Winchester Ky HcadquartesforSash doors Ceiling Paper jI RoofingVarandasofiillg F V rt StulrwayK Shingles and Etc and Etc ti s c Store Fronts i 1- a I PI Send us Your estimates Prompt Shipments t- t 1 fJ I i 7 nY 0 I Y r l I f i V R t rtj J Effects of High Living T Porter Smith a young insurance man of Paris has skipped the country leaving his accounts with the companies he represents short and several thousand dollars worth of protested checks behind Reckless living andthe unstinted spendingof money caused the young mans down falllWill Rebuild As soon as the weather will ad mit work will begin to repair tho Red Rivet Hotel which was so badly damaged by fire last week The managers hope to be able to entertain their guests inI a few weeks- Motions J for New Trials Overruled At Winchester Judge Benton over ruled motions of botht plaintiffsand defendants for now trials in the Marcumllaigis dam age suiJtn appeal in each case was granted tQ the Court of Appeals i- Conductor Injured Ans Collier conductor on the L Eo work train fell from his train whilejn motion near Mud tnnnel Monday morning and sustained a broken arm and two broken ribslbesides some inter nal injuries SeventeenSlxty In Laurel county A Q Frost a seventecrjyearold boy was married toJliss Rebecca Qoins aged sixtyjjfears Things on the farm are changing and we already observe if we watch the barometer of social life that there is a tendency to get back to forIthe population were moving coun tryward in 1000 the statistics slimy that 70 per cent were seeking out homes in rural districts and it is likely that the population now leav ing the city reaches 75 per cent At lust with Solomon theyare dis covering that all is vanity in the cities hut friendships are ditlicult that neighbors dont know the names one of the other that noise dirt confusion are there and the struggle to live is ut tho desperate stage all tle time The telephone the trolly line free rural mail deli v erythese are mitigating the unso cial side of rural life and the beau ro of nature is doing the restEx AN ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Clay City Ky do ordain as follows Sec 1 That Suction 2 Art 2 of the ordinance regulating the shoot ing of fireworks in the cityof Clay City Ky bo so amondod us to read Tho penalty for such olfense shall be not less than 100 nor more than 1000 for each and every offense andall ordinances conflicting herewith are hereby repealedSec That it shall be unlaw ful for tiny merchant or individual to sell such fireworks in the city of Clay City without first paying u license 8500 for such privilege Sec 3 Any person or persons violating the provisions of Sec 2 of this ordinance shall be fined 1000 for each and every olfensoiSee 4 This ordinance shall bin e full force anti effect from an requiredbyJ II TKRRY J E BURGHER Mayo Clerk tIw Waltersville i Moving seems to be all the go here now Will Adams has rented the Potts house near Powells Valley and moved to same Turner Smith and wifeof Snow Creek visited relatives here the first of the week Mrs Will Adams who has been sick with fever for sometime is improving very slowly Miss Salhe Patton visited her sister Mrs O W Easter at Darlingsville last Monday and TuesdayBill I of Clark has rented the J A countyI SewIellhis motherinlaw Mrs Nan Mastin Eld S F Thompson preached to a large crowd at Powells Valley last Sunday morning Preach ing again on the 2nd Saturday morning at 11 oclock and the following Sunday in next month Mr John Bradley formerly of this place who moved from here to Clark county near Winches ter seven years ago died at his homo early Tuesday morning January 24th of heart trouble Deceased was 41 years xold and was an honest hard working man He leaves a wife and five chil dren to mourn his loss His reo maUls YV1Uputt 111 the Pow ells Valley burying ground Wednesday u eveningNOTICE All persons who subscribed amounts to the Clay City bridge fund will please como forward at once and pay the same heI bridge is n6v completed and must be paid for J E BunaiiEH City Clerk A Guaranteed Cure For Plies Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro truding Piles Druggists refund money if PALO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how long standing in j to 14 days First application gives ease andrest 5oo If your druggist hasnt it send floe in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Med icine Co St Louis Mo For S eA nice six room one and onehalf story frame dwelling with two lots in the eastern part of the city House just completed Will sell to right parties on easy terms J E BUKGIIKK 0 A daily paper for 100 a year is something the public has long disired The Chicago daily Re view a delightful family daily giving all importantnews market reports and many interesting de partments for men women and children is sent to subscribers for 1 a year 75 cents for 0 months 50 cents for 8 months Subscribe today address The Chicago Review Co 809 Coca Coal Building Chicago Illinois WdTilE TIMES for the news II 4 l Fire in Alt Sterling Fire broke out in the basement of RnoufTs store at 13 oclock lust ight burning Enochs store the itiilding occupied by Oldham Bros fc Co and other buildings up to pIeh I thousand dollars anyIBUSINESSMAN b Which Financial Institution m o hereabouts is conducted on at once the most conservative lib eral and courteous lines and without n moments hesitation a ho willnnswer Tho Clay City rational Sank SQ 0 Clay City Ky It eeoeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeooeeeeeeee The Rev Irl R Hicks 1905 Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac for 1905 is now ready being the finest edition over issued This splendidand costly book of 200 pages is a complete study in astronomy and storm weather for 1005 It is too well known to need comment See it and you will so decide The price post paid to lUj dctress is CO cents per copy The Rev Irl R Hicks scientific religious and family Journal WanD AND WORKS now abreast of the best magazines is 75 cents a year Both WORD AND WORKS and the Almanac 100 a year No better investment possible for any person or family Try and Soc Send to Word and WorksPublishingCo2201Locust St St Louis MO- PROFESSIONAL u CARDS 11N411N Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCK Office up stairs In the Waldron bulldln where an experienced Practitioner may be foun day and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade work known to modern Dentistry d Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CHY OITV KY B p SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 CLAY CITY KY I Y 1 S ti kT 1 nardE Tour health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul carsal preparation is flour and the most healthful flour is MANSFIELD S Best Patent and Mountain Lily I Milled by water power from t very best selected wheat on a m that is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS js the fin est flour made but we dont expect you to take tour word for it We do ask you however to t just one single sack We know will be enough to make you a firm fast friend of Mansfields Flou- R r MANSFIELD SON Rosslyn Ky FOR SALE BY MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Saturday was Lodge day at this place with the usual attend ance Anglevass mission Benny McKinney sold to El der George W Mcintosh a bunchof nice yearling steers weight about 600 pounds at fifteen dollars per head Mr and Mrs D McKinney vis ited the formers daughter MrstEarnest Elkin near here r day and Sunday Mrs McKinney was taken quite sick Saturn a night and the aid ofa physicianJ was summoned Farm for Sale Willfiamnear the mouth of creekcomprising 180 across acres of bottom This is one of tho best farms in this part of thetand will be sold IJbles stheweek six of which were in Wayne county All of them were fair producers Owing to the low a price of the crude product drill ing operations have received something of a setback Charlie Shepherd and John tlhavestituto at Kirksville Madison county They will open the flTa princiIlIllsTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists re curEh to box 25e Black Creek Lim Works RS NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY If vityat Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilos 920 Lime 65 cents per barrel at thenE- kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay to City 1 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEItt TIIUUSDAT J E Burgher Publisher r Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Jan 26 1905 heCLUB RATES 111For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club to with the following papers at pri below mentonediThe r CourierJournal 100 1itHome and Farm 75 A good way to get the law en forced more rigidly is to divi the fines with the officers Th they would rake them in Senator Blackburn and Iov nor Bcckhnm are indulging in a very unbecoming controvers They should be ashamed of titer selves and the Legislature should send neither of them to j aired States Senate thephi is not adapted to brethren who badly disagree Now that we are to have local option it is up to the officers to enforce the provision of the la It is claimed that the local o tion law cannot be enforced may never have been enforced but it can be if we have a deter mined sot of officers The oni trouble is with the officers an we believe that will be no trou le in PowellI rThe Republicans of this con are claiming this term of the Legislature for one of their mefThey say it was Estills vo ago and that it was th countys own fault that they di hot get a man We believe too it is more than for Powell Republicans to run every term as that is the on o7Gaback seat while there are offices in Estill for Estill it publicans and we think the be more liberal with thei Powell brethren Let them hold suchoffices as they can get A negro in his placeis all nigh- nd a white man in his sphere all right too but socially the two twill not mix However the peo pIe up North think that mom pains should be taken with South cruilcgroes than wiles and thin should all be allowed to because they are most all Republicans whether they know the east from the west or north south In other word think the ignorant negro be put at the head of the local government instead of cultured white people whoareDemtJ ocrats But when they happen come in conflict with rhos creatures they protect them selves hence in the Indiana g i islature they have introduced a e cehelve to bo rogietiredand solo to speak and write the Engljsh Ian w gua89 What will the Republicans do2 Dr it is bad podo this in the South to it not be bad in the North Wejrepthey threaten to doso as not offset Northern states with the same law I Do You Want an Education EFACTSABOUTa GRADED SCHOOL Clay City is located on the L E railroad between Lexington and Jackson Ky The Graded School is the pride of the city and is in a prosperous condition having an hundredeea Strict discipline is enforced but it is tempered with mildness and kindness Our course of study will compare favorably with that of any graded school in the State We strive to obtain thoroughness how ever rather than asmatteringknowl deepentake no patent process by which itI andrmay put a cramming outnthe product of time and hurd study If you wish your children to be well educated you whicheowill teach your little children and give them the benefit of careful training in the elementary branches under an ex perionced teacher thus laying the educationIttory department and give them thorough instruction in the ordina educai Inbhigher studies of the regular college courSe including Higher M tfa dC8reo e8FIUe afi4 English Literature and will fur them with superior facilities or instruction in Vocal and Instru atmental Music + dForfurther information address C W CAMPBELL Print CLAY CITY KY SHOE SHOP REMOVED shopkemyeGARRRTTit ileortle j 01 May Be Weak One Hesea weaklcYour heart Is not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Some of the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains In Back and Shoulder Painting or Weak Spells AnklesColdNo one can afford to snow a weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs Btomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble attaking Dr Miles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as It U aetyeaeyour Is NewHeart 100Uforthreearntnewouldpoalused+ I Aouldsurvive them I consulted and was el111nentPhlslcJans beganimprovecuredme aa ysueJOHNDRE9DAQit MRS I TrialPac ItorPalnLABORATOBIBa jKUfflART INDo 4 1- If t lh- I i Grandl Clearancer Sale Mrs J W WILLIAMS has be gun her annual Clearance ale offering atioles in Endless Variety at astonishingly LOW PRICES Call and investigate our stock and get your share of the many BARGAINS now offered at this Store o+ MS J 1 IlLLIMS I Clay City Ky 1 it lfatY kffrti iI 7 Gi Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded IOURifAORICULTURI8 tyenrunble present If you ace not already asdbecriber send in yourorder once before this great offer is withdrawn SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST l iIij published at Nashville Tenn It is issued 24 times a year and the i subsoripton price is 50 cents It contains more reading matter than f mostdollar papers and is edited by Southern men who know the needsJfo- fSouthern farmers Every issue is like a big experience meeting the farmers puestions betas answered by such men asMaj Tbos J Key + formerly Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture of Alabama and Prof 0 ndrew M Soule Director of the Virginia Experiment Station The Home Department is conducted by Aunt Anne whom all readers soon learn to ID ve t ff- VE F OFFER LOO IN VALUE FOR 50 CENTS Y open1ndgtinetely vff LAY CITY 1iMEStirP5+m lo of Sowt re IcwltutlatFRUE1atrOar00tca 4 t jy t FI C t1 t- a l l f1 S e ii t H M 1 Jt4 I fry ESIt THURSDAY JAN 2ut100ii J i tOGAL BREVITIES f Born to tho wife of Gip Giisin li qn the 23rd a son- Zeroweather is with ngain1 was four below yesterday morn 0I JIg f f q S W Russell of Louisville t inns in the city the first of the t week Roseto Jackson are Visiting in the city I r Ed Warmouth has moved to iTrre Haute Ind to residoin W tike future J Mesdhnes AP Steele and J F Cox visited friends in Lexing J ton Friday r Miss Byrning of Saganaw Mich is the guest of Miss Isa Belle McCormick The sixmonthsold child of + Bill Bellis Jr died in this city VinSunday night with hives i MBorn to Win Mansfield and f wife at Rosslyn Ky January 20 jjjvbqy Reuben Lynwood t t i G 1V1 Everman 11 B Eu Vbtiiik aria JelIjggof Right An i gie vere in the city Friday on v BusinessMissI M Faulkner of Bow Beni und Miss May hunks of Loin c Mjurd are paying Mrs D R Dan iel an extended visit 1 y AL J had a few nice days the 1pasta eek 1 and some fanner ltiireng nrtth plot I t a Stj =a t Frank E3 L L who moved I to Louisville last Spring will in the lipxt itiw months build in flint city a pies modern resU- vdeiice I f iT CS The Ioclileg juurket is glutted h fJor the first time jn several lr = ltsomcof the stores r 1 i they have been us low as 10 cents perdozftnj a ff Winchester has become asham ed of Tier old depot mid is trying I 4 v coax the railroad people into building a new and respectable structure 1rlice Woodward writes us from Auburndald Florida that ho still improves in health His many friends in Kentucky will be glad to knbwthis Chas W Holmun writes from Rockdale Lid inclosing ono f I years subscription for the TIMES the paper is just like I getting aJetterfrom Hours Mr Geo E Tomlinsotr of the Reliance Manufacturing Coy anti a former resident of this city has Ought a nice residence on oouo venue Winchester for 3 coooo 111Voilcbegan Friday on putting f in the machinery the now lour l inill and tho saute will probably be i progress until March when tJ1e Jlow firm will place their pro 4 hlclbion the market t r 1HG Wurmouth one of our leading merchiints has just com histtf Juiiidlcvn lorgor stckto inaetthev- UlViHiiiidsr of his increasing trade IIF A Lyoiij Jr was I htl1iII t jlor ft1 01 y ryt r t- J 4 city Thursday writing insurance Mr Lyon is a young lawyer o f nbility the Democratic Elector from tho Fourth Congressional I district and is now candidate for Representative from tho Breath ittLeeMagofiln district The Kentucky Legislature at Frankfort seems to be thorn fo ijrnwling I building of the State house and trqanVinanago some way to get the capital moved from Frankfort I they will have done well One years subscription to th Southern Agriculturalist will b tlIfDlEB pays one year n advance Auburu iTale Fla Jan 1105 Dn BERTRAM SMITH s Clay City Ky Dear Doctor Ueplying to your quest for n sVntemunt as to how in wife and I arc pleased with tho won yon have drtio for Us will say that it is with much pleasure that we say it was perfectly satisfactory in every wuy an wo will certainly patronize you in till future for any Dental work we- need may and will cheerfully recoilunen our friends to do the Same Wishing you a Happy icv Yeur und ajuccessful one we nro Very truly Kosslyn Ky HC Mansfield 4 To JIY FRIENDS Dr Bertram Smith the Clay Cit Puntlst extracted my lowor teeth an made me a lower plato that gives me perfcctmatisfaction Icaneathnythlng Lard even think I could crack ti Jiicko ry nut If any one wants pcrfectsatisfaction go to lr Bertram Smith Barbara Snowden To WHOM IT MAY UO CERN 4 If you want to have your teeth pull ed quickly and with hardly any pain go to Div Bertram Smith the Cluy Cit Dentist lieis tho fastest extractor toImy 1 I T1io News is the n me of a neat five column folio paper yus I launched at Wijmore Jessamine county + Speedy Relief A feiilve that lieala without n ecar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Ko rertedy effects suoh speedyre lief It draws out inflammation soothes coolsnnd heals all cuts bums A sure curofo- Pilesandskin diseases DoW itts is the only genuine Witch Hazel t Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by 11 Rose Office Removed Dr Bertram Smith the Den tist has removed his olfico to the front rooms in Mr Waldrons new building whore he may be found at all hours day or night Ho extends to the public an invitation to call find inspect the best equipped Dental office in El tern Kentucky A Happy New YoarIBertram Smith D D S I Liquor may weaken time voice but it strengthens the breath Tonic to the System For liver troubles and constipa tion there is nothing better than De Witts Little Early Risers the fumousilittlo Pills They dp not weaken the stomach Their action upon the system jsr mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of La- Fayette Ind says No use talk ing DeWitts Littlo Early Risers do theirwork All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick in the stomach and never cured me IeWitt Little JGarly Risers prow ed to botho long sought relief Th roeimpe perfectly Persons traveling find Little Early Risers tem reliable Remedy to parry with thou Sold by M Ro e t IiJIt i f- A iZ j- P Coughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured jy Ono Minute Cough Cure Glears th6 phlegm draws out inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneu tortake Sold by M Rose Wise indeed is the wife who has only small wishes to bo granted rile More Stomach Trouble All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia perfectewithout the stomachs aid food builds up the body the restores the1 stomach to Curei You dont have to diet when takingKodol Dyspepsia J D Erskine of Allenville Mich andksister Inln v has had the semi trouble and was not nblo to oat for 1lix weeks She lived entirely on warm water After taking two bot tle3 of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure sill Iamtaut relief Sold by 11 Rose CHURCH DIRECTORY 1RIIJlhst Church Salem first Satur and Sunday following Kl dcr J T Tur lll Fu + sells Val icy t second Saturday mm Sunday EM Thompson pastor Bowen fourth Sot urday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastor ClayCitynolds pastor liardwicks creek third SundnySIothoolstChurchUeJ 0 Craw ford pastor first Sunday preaching at Clay City morning and evening and sec ond fourth Sunday nights second thIThird Sunday at Shiloh both mbrniu and fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel in the morningand on Saturday before Sunday school at alt thin churches Prea y terian Church Seviccs at Clay City the third Sunday at Stanton the fourth Preaching at each place both mornipg and evening novo A Irvin pastor Sine Reward 100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci ence has been able to cure in nil its HallsrCatarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical frn ternity Catarrh being a eonslitu tional disease requires a cotmtitiu tionul treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying thjjfoundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Tho proprietors have so uiuctl faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for ally case that it fails to cure Send for list of tpsUmanials Address F J CiiRNEvCoT ledo Sold by Druggists 76c Halls Family Pills are the hest M BAILEY Merchant 40 i Cu- stomMILLER t CLAY QITy KY Custom worksix daysjltkwe v Fresh Gfrinifl Bolted i onihanir Gririd8foroDeVBixfUtQle i i 1P+t1i s 8 A x iw e INSURE WITH FALY0N SON The Lending Insurance Agents of JEuHtorn l ciitu lcy Over 200000000 Represented rEvery one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts I A1 E BARNETT It SON9 Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our MammothStore 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 them Everything from l uaper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon marketWe hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping yov Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing ton n values inexrbango tY1Jltl convinceilthat I s to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY n J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will all ways find keen razors and clean 4 towels Laundry Agency in ConnectionII 3Dontfail to give him a call 1111 The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Miulp Wlioii You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteedw MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants I j ala i A r j Irvine James Wilburn of Ford is visiting here this week Lud Witt of Levee attended the funeral of his sisterinlaw Mrs Nova Witt Saturday Dudley Alexander who ha been confined to his bed for sometime we regret to say is no bet terMrs Nova Witt wife of H M Witt who has been confined to her bed for the past ten months died at her hone on Cow Creek Jan 20 of consumption The bereaved family have qur warm est sympathy She was ti mem ber of the Baptist church and a faithful worker and was loved by all who knew he- rSams Corn is selling nt2 60 per bar hereWe having some nice win ter weather Born to Mrs Pies McIntosh t Friday a fine girl Pies is all smilesBenny McKinney of Spout Spring was here Saturday on business yMiss Lizzie Elkin visited her rother Cyrus at Iron Mound the past week Peter Mountz of Hardwick Creeek was in our midst Mon day on business Parties are all the go with the youngsters here TheY seem to have one every night Miss Dorsie Stockton of Waco visited Mrs John W Tuttle Saturday nightand Sunday t Kimbrell MraJamea DPuckettre1 sick and her recovery is doubt ful Dock Tuttle of Galloways Creek visited GUB Embs of thisi q place last week J t James Smith of Clark county visited the family of Joel Curtis the first of the week Mrs Ann Patrick visited her sister Mrs Thos Curtis near Spout Spring last week W G Patrick will be the Pro CfDQUGit yEnzcnN J This great stock medicino is a money saver for stock raisers It is medicine not a cheap food or upinBlackDraught renowned for the cure of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring loosenirt7the prepared that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It cures hog cholera and mates hogs grow fat It cures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens ayU Cures constipation distemper and colds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumed It gives animals and fowls of all kinds new life Every farmer and raiser should certainly give ita trialIt costs 25c a can and saves ten times its price in profit PnrsBUBO KA Jfarch 25 10M I hive been ne1ng your BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine 03 stock for tome time I have used all kinds of hock food bntl have found that yours tithe best foamy purpose J S lIASSON hibition candidate for Represon tativo at the next Novembers lection Mrs Henry Tuttle and niece Miss Lillie Tuttle of Nolands Creek visited Mrs Thomas Wins burn the first of the week Frank Dobbin and Mr Perry of Mt Sterling traveling sales men stopped over hire Thursday night and took order- for their respective firms W G Patrick will give all the profits on his sales on Saturday Nov 4th to the Methodist Or phans Home at Louisville We hope you will take this opportu nity to assist this worthy insti tution Virden C C Curtis is confined tohis room with lagrippe Willie Curtis was on Soon Creek Saturday on business We have had several nice win ter days but is pretty qually to dayWe are glad to note that Mrs Albert McIntosh is slowly im proving 1 Willie Dawson and John Pigg were at Pilot Vivw Saturday on businessA Potts bought a wagon load of corn a few days ago at Indian Fields at 2 GO per barrel Aunt Manda Abney who has been confined to her room for Sometime we are sorry to say is no better G D Cook is moving his saw mill from Indian Fields to this place this week It will be in op eration as soon as the machinery Those who attended thee pi at Mrs Williams Saturday nigh- from here were Misses Cordia Shepherd May demons Cora Cook and Messrs Olay demons Alvin Adams and Beckner Cook They all report a nice time Genet Mrs V C Martin is visiting friends at Knox this week Born on Saturday the 21st to the wife of G M Knox a fine girlJim Reed visited his parents in Estill county Saturday rind SundayFrank Rogers Of Cobb Hi1lj Estillcounty was here Saturday on business Mr and Mrs G A Crabtreo were guests of Win Grabtree and wife Sunday Mrs Win Hatton of near Vintouj visited friends hero Sat urday and Sunday Mrs J M Mullins visited friends near Slade from Thurs day until Saturday Mrs James Howell who has been on the puny list for several weeks is no better at this writ jug Earnest D Ro ers of Estill county who has been attending school at Chop Chestnut visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Tjo common school at Chop Chestnut school school house will close on Saturday the 28th and are expecting to have an enter tainment Every body invited IIto come Sage Thomas Burgy was hero Mon qt airy all business v Barton Bors left here Monday for u weeks work on Indianv k Creak Mr Jhon McDonald of Hagan Va is visiting his mother Julia McDonald Misses Mary Belle IJelfrc an shopaW W Barton and A G Wills spent from Saturday until Mon day at Rothwell The wild cat in the possession of John Ingle furnishes much a musoment for the boys Several boys around here at tended the social at G W Poyn ters Saturday evening and report a nice time John King and family and hi mother spent Sunday at Chins Wilsons Mr Wilson will leave for Indiana shortly By letter comes the shocking news to the relatives and friends of Robert Frazier near Lndogo Ind that he got killed last No yembor The house belonging to LG Wills lately vacated by Ahb Benningfield is now occupied by Mr and Mrs Jack Barnes and phone 2 The Ohattnooga weekl News is a late paper with us which re ceived sixteen subscribers from here last week and no doubt but what tho list will increase Snow Creek The public school at this place will close Friday ID H Vivion visited relatives at Kiddville this week Trios Vivion purchased of Frank opry a ca or waston Jack Parker wts among the court visitors at Winchester Mon dayPreston Everman has rented and moved to the Art Everman place Jack Eads has rented a farm near Kiddville and willmove soon Miss OarrieLowry of Winches ter is the guestof her uncle J D Kerr this week Miss Eva 0born and brother Millard of Spout Spring visited friends here Sunday The hop given by Douglas Orow lust week was well attended and all report a nice time M Elder Oulton preached at Log Lick Sunday The Baptist breth ren have changed their meetings from the first to the third Satur day and Sunday following The numerous friends of Thos Ogden Jrare urging him to be come a candidate for RepresQiir tativo in this district We do not agree with Tom in politics but as the district is Republican- we would like to see him win Jeffersonvilie Mr James S Will tghh win has been sick so long is no hotter J B Cole is sellint out his property to go west seeking a new home paidt r for 308 x Mr Orjm of Winchester mov ed into this neighborhood one day last week Miss Mattie Prather entertain ed some of her relatives and friends one night last week Mrs Lula Campbell returned few days ago from Illinois where she had gone last summer Leo Wills has gone to Indiana to look out a location His fate-s ily are still here making prepa rations to follow soon Mrs Mary Hammond is in a serious condition with a complication of diseases producing dropsy and is not expeqted to livelong James Maupin has sold his farm to Allen White for CQO amid is going to move to Illinois to make that state his future home W W Stevenson entertained a number of his friends and neighbors with a social singing and all enjoyed themselves very muchOn Saturday night many friends of lIrnnd Mrs W A Tanner gathered at their hospita ble home and enjoyed themselves very much Frank Horton has sold his property nd store house in Ca margo to Joe Trimble for 4000 Ho pays 2 OOO in cash and the QB Martin and the writer made a business trip to Mt Sterling on Monday it being County Court day Circuit Court also convened thereon that day H F Hillsrvmeyer SOlS Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON EY Offer for the Full 04 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees AsparagusSmall and every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden- DescriptiveCntulogiio on application TTTE =Winchester Bank INCOHPOHATED N H WiTiiEitspooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO We solicit the accounts of individ gals linns and corporations 848 Kodol Take Laxative QuinineIetJSeven MttoQ Hee KM IBH HCBat II I L A rexingtonEastermRya Effeclile Oct 16 1904 EABTllpnxn No 1 Nof1Unity ex Sun Daily cxSiiii- Stntioii8 Pm AM LV Lexington 2 iij 5 Vtnchester 810 82- LgkJunction8t22 837 J piny Ity ltbU 0 i11 Stanton 400 O2J 11 Rosalyn 412 OjW Natural Bridge 48V 0 q a Torrent 449 1008 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