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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p r I l t i THE CLAY j CITY TIMES0 I r L 50 Ccnts a Year in Advancei We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country anj Ourselves J fi Burgher Publisher yo 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1005 NO5 Back Broken 11Vill Hall of Upperjlardwicks Greek happened to a very serious injury Tuesday getting his spinal column broken or unplac ob Ho was running some stray sheep from his farm when one gothung in a cliff He went to free the sheep taking hold of it when the sheep gave a lunge loosing itself told jumping over the cliff with bit Hall clinched onto its fleece The sheep killed itself and injured Air Hall us stated above The wounded man lay on the cold snow covered ground for four hours calling for i help before any one heard himi Wo hove not learned whethen it thought his injuries will prove- 1ittnlor i not Air Hall is a broth er to Airs Harvey Carr of this city t i Arrested in Estlll On last Thursday night City Marshal Lunsford and Sheriff Garrett arrested Huron Bran denburg charged with the nutty I I der Of Henry Lynch in Owsley county about 4 years ago Brat denburg was located on Doe creek the night before the arrest was made and nftet being assur ed that the reward Was good Lungford with Sheriff Qaarett captured ant brought the culprit to Irvine Brandenburg was considered a dangerous man and has evaded the officers for nearly four years He was taken to Bobnevillo last Saturday by Slier ill Garrett and Deputy Grin stead where an indictment is pending against him for murder Estlll Herald Big Oil Deal A big deal involving the trans action of leases on 5000 acres of oil timid gas land in Estill county on which are located sixty producing oil wells with machinery and pipe lines has been consummated whonM M Miller 0IV Miller and A 0 Brent of Lex State Auditor Gus G Culton of Mayfield sold to John B Ohen cult of Richmond Ky their in terest in time Estill County Oil d Gas Co Why People go to Church Clfie observers of human na ture have assigned numerous and vnrid reasons why people go to church but here isone that ECONOMYv r l f Means Best goods at Lowest Prices This is the place you are looking for Shiinfessels 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 uceiveil my new Spring Goods and am now better pre tared thrin ever to comply with the demands of my custom vl ers My stunk is large end fresh ellll Icing everything found in the lioor General dterchtunllsethd Best Quality nnd Lowest Prices r Departmentfvhis complete in every detail time finest to be found in Clay City rz G Y fin the Line of Fine Footwear Thus stock cannut be excelledIlrcsh Clean and UptoDate satan iimiMii i A Nice Line of Ladies HatsX of the Very Ln test Pari ian Styles just received Sew tire before purchasing else hers My prices are strictly 1UGHT a F Goods promptly tleleredtonllpartsoftime City Phone 38 p KentuckyC HazelIri nm Shimfessel RB6hNEfi MFG Go 6 Winchester Eyes HwdqiSnsh for 1 IIoqrl4i CeflinkBuilding Paper Blinds Wrtitberhoardinj Felt Roofing Ynr ndns Pickets Vlintoid Roofing Stairways Shingles and Etc and Etc A pStore Fronts x 1 I1IIIIIl Sendus Your esHmate- s1romShpments I t I t St r rre t I n I comes pretty near covering the field Soine go to weep while others go to sleep sonic go to toll their woes others go to show their clothes some go to hear tho prenchcr1others like tho solo go to reconnoi ter girls because they orter some go forreilcction precious few to help collectionExI- mprove the Roads Now that the new bridge is completed and ready for travel and at the citys expense the county should which maintains the argument that she is not able to build bridges should make some provision for better wads I at least A road that can be us td fur all purposes at nil times should bo opened between the new bridge and some point on the road leading from Clay Oity to Walters ford of time river o- as to give the people living in that section nn opportunity to conveniently get to the new bridge There are now two roads one around by Powells Valley chinch which is not u county road anti which is in very bad condition at all seasons of the year the other road is a private outlet by the way of the mouth of Brush creek but this road can not be used when there is muqh of a rise in the river on account tho back wuter in the creek What sdeniR to us to he the most feasable plan is to improve lulu onenthe last naniedoutlet and rrnrr ++wybridge the crock winch could be easily done at 11 very small ex pense Citizens interestedshould confer with tho county authori ties in regard to this matter and liavc tlip much needed improvement provided for at puce The Alt Sterling Fire The fire at Mt Sterling last Wednesday night a briofaccount of which nppearod in our last is sue proved to be moro destruct ive than was first reported The toto1 loss reaches 100000 with about twothirds insurance We sympathise greatly with our her extreme loss and sincerely regret that we were nut in position to render them soino assistance Arm Mashed Off Tuck Bush who works on the L tC E yard tracks at Lexington was caught under a moving freight train Tuesday morning and got and arts cut oil four heavy cars passing over bum It was fortunate enough o escape with his life under tIll circum stances Air Bush ia son of Joe Bush of Hardwicks Creek Vaughns Mill G W Clark bought of John Burton a horse for 12500 Morgan McKinney sold a milch cow to John Hendrix for 2500 G W Clark has sold the still house property ot John Burton for 82500 Sam Wells and wife visited Mr and Mrs Morgan McKinney Saturday night and Sunday John W McKinnoy and R L Shimfessel went to the moun tains Tuesday to buy cattle Mr Stevo Short had a sale last Monday timid sold most all his household goods mina will move toJBatbcountytlns week w j I IA telegram reached lucre Tues morning stating that Tuck Bush had fallen from a car at Lexington and mashed his right arm so that it had to be taken off Mr Bill Hall while trying to get some sheep from his pasture one got on to a cliff where it got fast and in getting it loose Mr Hall and the sheep went over the cliff which was15 feet high Mr Hell was badly hurt in the hack and the sheep die- dWaltersville Misses Lizzie and Lucy Mn till arc visiting relatives in Clark county tliis wtfk IJohn Sewell left lust Monthly for goneILoveland Garrett are putting up a nice lot of ice at their new place of business this week Mr and Mrs 0 W Easter of Darlingtiville visited tlfe lataers father W F Putton Sunday Miss Olivia Potts visited her sis ter Mrs Smithof Snow Creek from Saturday until Tuesday Hudy Moflehi whose foot was mashed very badly several days a go we are glad to state is able to walk around again Mr and Mrs George Thompson left Friday morning to visit Mrs Thompsons mother at llclltly 1 lit and will in the near future return to their home at Baker Penn 4 Mrs Proctor wive of Dr Proc tor u leading dentist of Mt Star ling dropped dead in that city yesterday 0NuTICU All persons who subscribed amounts to the Clay City bridge fund will please come forward at once and pay the same The bridge is now completed nod must bo paid for- T E BuiiauKU City Clerk A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Pills Druggists refund money ifPAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how long standing in 0 to 14 days First application gives ease and rest Soc If your druggist hasnt it send God in stamps and it will be McdIieineS For Sale A nice six room one and ono half 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 B BuitoiiKii A daily paper for 100 a year is something the public hums long disired Tho Chicago daily Re view a delightful family daily giving nll important nows market reports and many interesting de partments for mon women and children is sent to subscribers for 1 a year 75 cents for 0 months 50 cents fpr 8 months Subscribe today tiddross The Chicago Review Co 890 Coca Coal Building Chicago Illinois Sewing machine needles at W T Webbs All makes mid sizes THE TIMES for tho news 1 a Married at tho residence of John Boles on Black Creek Wednesday Jan 25uMr Wm White to Miss Maud Alexander Squire D D Potts officiating Too often the price of liberty is prohibitive 0 v d k nay 0 j BUSINESSMAN 0 s Which Finmciil Institution y hereabouts is conducted on at once the most conservative lib 3 oral nod courteous lines sod nlie0 Clay City National dank KYa 0 0 eooo OC eoaooeo 2HicksThe Rev 1905 Almanac The Rev III R Illcks Alumnae for 1005 is now ready being tho finest edition ever issued This splendid and hook of 200 pages iJJcompleto study in as tronomy nnd storm wenther for 1105 It is ton well known to need continent See it and you will so decide The price post paid to any uircs is DO ants per copy The Rev Irl R Hicks scientific religious and family Journal Noun AND WOKKS now abreast of the best magazines is 75 cents a year Both WORD AND WOKKS and the Almanac 100 a year No better investment pos sible for mummy person or family Try and see Send to Word and Works IublishingCo 220lLocust St St Louis Mo rilOIKSSlONAL CAlms d I Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up tnlr In the Waldron building where ftn experienced Practitioner may be found day end night prepared to execute all kinds cf high grade work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY IH R A IRVIN M D i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KYiB LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLY OITV KY i B RSMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY Y- c w t4 c Guard Your health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul cereal preparation is flour and the most healthful flour is MANSFIELDS Best Patent and Mountain Lily Milled by water power from the very best selected wheat on a mil- that is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS is the finest flour made but we dont expect you to tako our word for it Wo do ask you however to try just one single sack We know it will be enough to make you a firm fast friend o- fMansfields Flour n C MANSFIELD S SON Rosslyn Ky FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Henry Tuttle and wife visited relatives here last week Jeff Douglas of Levee visited relatives here two days of last week John Adams will have a sale and move to Illinois in a fewI weeks where he expects to reside in the future Tom Barnett has decided to sellout and move to Illinois where he expects to make his future home rTfceVl Curtis has rented the Spry farm near this place and will move to same in a few weeks Levies a good citizen and we are glad to have him move into our tuidst- Benny t McKinney has sold to Eld G W McIntosh 800 shocks of fodder at 8k cents per shock j 150 barrels of corn at N2 25per barrel 20 barrels of nubbins at half price and four hogs at 4 00 per head Farm for Sale The place known as the William Curtis farm on the river near the mouth of Lulbegrud creek comprising 180 across 75 acres of bottom This is one of the best farms in this part of the county and will be sold reasona ble W J CIIRISTOPUEII When t I gNorthIaid a Southerner land people crowd me too closely I tell them I hail from BreathittcSunty Kentucky After that news gets out I have plenty of room to move about in and plenty to spare TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists reo fund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 2- 5Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any qjianti tyWill sqll to dealer or consumer at LoVesUrces Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 gkilnsCity I fo T- IS THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUUSDAT J E HurQhef Publisher SDbscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mntter Thursday Feb 2 1905 CLUB RATES- I For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned Tho TIMES and- Courier Journal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 7 II Home and Farm 7 Lifes Opportunities We hear much about opportu pities They are everywhere plentiful says an exchange Re- Member that your opportunity is the little one that lies squarely in front of you not the largo one which you hope to find further along Many a man is surrounded withopportunities who neversiez os one There are traditions that Adam William Tell and Sir Isaac Newton each had an affair with an apple but with different re suits Your first duty is always to do that which lies across your path The only step which you can take in advancing is the one next to you You cant skip a half dozen and then jump one great large one Taking every small opportunity as it presents itself This leads to a simplicity of action which is commenda ble Dont ramble Of Course He Wont Governor Hanley of Indiana who when first elected sail ho wouldconsider thejaurrcnd pt fugitives Taylor and Find e Las become more honest and now says he will not through memo ber of the Indiana delegation in Congress lIe never had any idea of surrendering them but should havo been honest enough- to have said so at the start in stead of trying to make people believe ho was really consider ing the merits of the case Much is said about the pistol toters and the injuries arising therefrom and the officers of the laware very strenuous in its ex eintion Still a Inrgo majority of these same officers persist in carrying side arms on their own persons but nothing must be said about this us a matter of course We believe the execu tors of the law should bo ob servers of the law also and when found guilty of its violation should really bo punished more severely than the common offend er since they are in position to fully realize the necessity of its strict observance There is one million seven hun Bred and ninety thousand dollars in the State Treasury and allI debts paid This makes Democrats every where feel goodand more especially so since We doubt if there is another state in the Union in such good financial con cition This Is very agreeable to our feelings At n Sunday School meeting in Helena Mont a speaker saidh the children should be taught to act strictly honestly for even ono of his children once asked Jlomjaets a lit lo older he will find it is impossible tosteal from atrust H t r J J I Do You t Want an Education SOME FACTS ABOUT THE CLAY CITY GRADED SCHOOL Clay City is locatedon 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 enrollment of about one hundred and fifty pupils Strict discipline is enforced but it is tempered with mildness and kindness Our course of study 5will compare favorably with that of 5any graded school in the State We strive to obtain thoroughness how ever rather than smattering know edge of many things to be deep rather thun broad11e shall under take no patent process by which it is supposed that untutored boys and girls may he put into n cramming machine and speedily turned out welleducated men and women Education is the product of time and hard study If you wish your children to be well educated you should give plenty ot time in which to train them We will teach your little children and give them the benefit of careful training in the elementary branches under an ex perienced teacher thus laying the foundation of a good education we will take pupils jn the prepara tory department and give them thorough instruction in the ordinary branches of an English educa tion and we wjll take more ad vanced students and I train them in the higher studies of the regular college course including Higher Mathematics Sciences French and English Literaturet and will fur 1JiIiWWullwJtlulijlgclnrlfneiU for instruction in Vocal und Instru mental Music For further information address C W CAMPBELL Prin CLAVCITVKY SHOE SHOP REMOVED If I have removed my shoe shop to Gaylords blacksmith shop where I will be pleased to see my J old customers and new ones too WESLEY GARRETT Your flenrtJ May Be Weak One Person in Four Has a WeaK Heart One of the surest signs of a weak heart is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart is not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Somoof the other symptoms of Heart Trouble arc Pains in tho Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Couch Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No one can afford to allow a weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure The Heart Curo will do you good as Ills a splendid tonic for tho blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire ystemIFinally remember Dr Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee that the first bottle will do you good If It doesntyour money back torthreeright and without a moments warning would fan as though shot The attackswere frequent and a terrible dread pos ceased me as I never knew when or where nor under conditions I would be attacked and whether I would survive them I consulted and was treated by some of the most eminent of tho state Not finding reo takingDr nothudJOHN DnESBAfK Lelpsle O FREE write to us forFree Trial I Remedyfor rigktlitLLAIi01LA i- it t r f T Grand Clearance1 Sale Mrs JW WILLIAMS has be gun her annual Clearance ale offering aticles in Endless Variety at astonishingly LOW PRICES Call and investigate our stockJ and get your share of the many BARGAINS now offered at this Store o MRS 1 1 WILLIA1YIS- Clay City Kyf +p1 ++f++ M ++ + 443 ++ ++++ M ++4+ Littlepage Song DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines faints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully c Jnpoundtd FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS ty OUR GREAT 1905 OFFER Wo have purchased number of IJnnuulsuburiptionstothe SouTHEUrt T AGUICOLTUUIST and us long as they hit we will JtivtI one FREE OF CHARGE to every subscriber who pays for Til U TIMES a lullsi1year in advance Jf you are in arrears pay up now and gut this vuj C uable present If you are not already A subscriber scud in yqur order ir i at once before this great offer is withdrawn SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST published at Nashville Tenn It is issued 24 times ft r and tho + d t tBubscripton price is 50 cents It contains more reudinj matter thai imost dollar papers and is edited by Southern men who know the needs of Southern Farmers Every issue is liku a big experience meeting the farmers puestions beinu answered by such wen as Mnj Thos J Key 0 formerly Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture of Alabama and Prof Andrew M Soule Director of tho Virginia EXlfrimentStntioQrJ e 1 Home Department is conducted by Aunt Anne yvhoui all readers soontlearn to Iqve WE OFFER 8100 IN VALUE FOR 50 CENTS tii t hi J But you must hurry This projipsition will nut be heldopen i indefinetellys t Ti I fCIk GT 11 TI MtC t l J4 j J l T IIfI Samp a Co lesotSouthern ABricultudstjFREEat Cur OfficeM i 1iI 3 i v j i I yiVs i 1 I h 1 1r 1C fJ i I tj 1 I Iaf j Ii 4 i 0 THE TTMEQillVlEO I i PAfRRijTHURSDAY FEB 2 1005 LOOAL BREVITIESj Smallpox has developed in ut Hfirdin and Trigg counties hailingftie this winter Mr Crow a special pension ex aminer of Washington was hera- t lath yeek looking lifter some old claims t 0 0 Eaton huts gone to Bony er Hills Overton county Tenn whore he has a good position in the timber business IaDr Irvin reports the birth of twin girls to Mrs Geo W Pow qll in this city Saturday the 2Sth aweighing10i and 0 pounds The L E road will build n new depot at Torrent to cost 2 shoo to tnkethe place of the one recently burned at that place tl Cape1 M Thoinasof Paris owner of the largo saw and plan nulls at Ford is very low and his death is expected at any 1 tune The firemen at Mt Sterling Mast Wednesday night was hand t i with frozen hydrant whicVcaused a loss of fully 100 1 00000 I Flf Stone a leading citizen of Right Angle was in the city Monday and cnllecIluOUIH1uttho TIMES oflice and left the usual subscription fee E1Vdbd tie aCP1i ilA 1t ion agent of Winehesfer is u strongn plicttnt for the post oflico in that city Heres wish ink the Major success 1FA Lyon the leading insur agent of Eastern Kentucky was in the city Tuesday Jooking ii G M after his large and increasing business at thiscphice I A farmer near Salem Ohio has a sow that has in ono year 1 and seven months brought him in all seventy pigs It isthis f kind of stock that always pa sI1 Quarterly meeting will be held at the Methodist Church in this t J city Saturday and Sunday Fob Band 5 Bov E GBi Mann to the Presiding Elder will conduct the 5ric sIAVinter continues to reign supreme y in these ports The river hiss been frozen over for ten lays N J or more and all ice houses are c well filled The thermometer e hits registered as low vas 10 do grees below zero t Elder John I Wills formerly ofthis county but who has been 10clltod Harrpdsburg for the wi past several years has accepted r the call to two churches in Boone t r county for full time aril will j move to Walton the first of this moutht7 t ytWinchester Inmary r The Winchester Oily Demo i4 pratic Committee lids fixed March theUritt nuiry canfI dilates for city pllices as BeesHionts must belaid nothitIt 4 or than March 4 il r S House Caught Fire Fridayiriight councilmaii D R tf t1i Pamols house took fire from ant f t Y opeii grate amid hul itlIotbeen- h furtbenidof alenty of watert iCr m tPitE 1 r J hr t l jJ U L 4 i 7 I 1- 1Y l r wiich was convenient the lire would soon have been in such a headway as to burn tho house The accident occurred about 12 oclock in the night Will Cross the Ocean Elder Gee W Shepherd pastor of the Richmond Baptist Church through the of his congregation willattend the WorMs Conference of Baptists in London England in July Elder Shepherd married a Mis Hensley of tins county and is well known to many of our read ors Marriage Announcement The marriage of George B Coulee of Stanton and Miss Kate Cooper is announced to take place Tuesday February 7th at the home of the brides father W II Cooper The wedding will ben very quiet affair only mem bers of the families urging invit ed Winchester Democrat Deserved Popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the how bis and acting as a tonic to the liv ir take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleas nut and harmless hut effective nd sure Their universal use for many years is u strong guarantee of their popularity timid usefulness Sold by M Rose One years subscription to th Southern Agriculturalist will be iven to every subscriber of the TIMES who pays for one year in advance Auburndnlu FhaJan1105- Da BKRTHAU Sutra Clay City Ky Dear Doctor Replying to your re ql est for a ututcinunt as to how my wife j hu I are pleased with tho work you have dune for urf will say that it is witli much Cleaeur0 that we say It was per cct y sates actory in every syayand- wewill certainly patronize you In the future for any Dental work we mayI need and will cheerfully recommend our friends to do the same Wishing you a Happy New Year and a successful one we urn Very truly llosslyn Ky 11 C Mansfield To uv FHIKXDH I Dr Bertram Smith the Clay City Dentist extracted my lowor teeth und made mo a lower plate that gives me perfect satisfaction I can cat any thing lard even think I could crack a hicko ry nut If any one wants perfect satisfaction to Dr Bertram SmithIBarbara Snowden t0CFllxIfteeth pull ed quickly and with hardly any pain goI CityDentistever saw und I can recommend him to my friends Mrs J W Hum nEATI1S Mrs Isa Seay wife of Grant Sony died on Snow Creek Sunday Burial at the Walters graveyard Tuesday Besides her hus band site leaves several small children i Give Your Stomach a Rest Your four must be properly di gested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dys pepsin Cure It digests what you out and gives the stomach a rest enabling it to recuperate take on new lifetimid grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gns bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disorders L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writes us We eel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure de serves nil the comuiedatlon that can hegiven itus it saved tho life of our little girl when she was three years old She is now six andwe have it for herconatantly but ofcourse she only takes it now when any thing disagrees with rI Sold by MI Rose V h r The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a sear is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disappear before the use of this salvo as snow before the sun shine of spring Miss II M Mid dletown Thebes Ill says I was seriously ofllicted with a fever sore DelVittsdmo than a week Get the genuine RosesReligion is sure to have a queer taste to the man who only takes it once a week That Tickling in the Throat One minute after taking Ono Mimi ute Cough Cure that tickling in tin throat is gone It nets in the throat not tho stomach Harmless good for children A L Spolford postmaster at Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious Lion strangulation during n sadder and terrible attack of croup Threi doses of don Minute Cough Gun half an hour apart speedily cure her I cannot praise Ono Minut Congh Cure too much tor what ii Ihus done in our funnily It nl ways gives relief Sold by l1 Rose CIIURCIl11itECTURY- Baptist ChurchSalem first Satur day morning and Sunday following l der 1 T Turpin supply Powells Val Joy second Saturday and Sunday Kid Thompson pastor Howell fourth Sat TurpineChristian Church Services at Cla City fourth Sunday Elder L J Key pastor i Hardwicks crook thirc SundayMethodist Church Kev J 0 Craw Sunday preaching at ClayCitymorning and evening and sec ond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hnrdwieks creek in till nlghtlrecedlngTlIinlSunday and evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel in the morning and on Saturday night before Sundaj school at all tho churches rchSovtccsatOJaCity fourth Prcac ig at place morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor Those people who think that money is so plentiful should be sent out collecting subscription bills STATE op 0 Cm OK TULKUQ l LCCAS COUNTY ss I FHAXK J CHENEY makes out that ho is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY Co doing bus iniKS in tho City of Tcledo COlin ty and State aforesaid and that firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every cnsnof OATAUIUI that cannot be cured by the use of HAMB CATAUUHCUIIE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to beforehie and subscrb ed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1880 GLEASONEALJ Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally andacts dirE My on the blood and mucous su tees of the system Send for testir nials AddressF J CHENEY Co Toledo Sold by Druggists 76c Halls Fumiiy Pills are the best M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER = CLAY CITY KY Custom worksix days intheve Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on JiaDJ Grinds for one sixth tolet I J I J k Ir v INSURE WITH F A LYON SON The Loading Insurance Agentsof Eastern JltoHtuclc Over 200000000 Represented I Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts I A El 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 need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them Everything from vaper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau froth a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce tad receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks ore at your service j We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Unolo 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 7 23 J F 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 towels eotionILaundry Agency in co Dont fail to give him a oalll The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Axo Mado When Yon Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchant i J li 4- t i 1 of 1 r v Irvine barVrial heroI We are having some ffine win ter weather It is good on the ice men Dr J A Land of Panola Madison county visited his pa rents here this week Mrs Rhoda Smothers and chil dren are visiting her father Dud ley Alexander herethis week Betlie May the twelve months old child of Mr and Mrs James R Witt died Jan 28 on Cow Creek The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community The remains were laid to rest in the family bury ing groundI North Bend Mrs A J Friend is on the sick listR B Smith has recovered from his recent spell x 00 Ewen was a visitor at Stanton last week James Conlee transacted busi ness at Stanton Saturday Pink Welch has about recover ed from his recent sick spell Rev James Kirk was a busi ness visitor on North Frok Fri clayaP H Ewen and wife John Stephens and wife and Miss Annie Welch visited Wm Coulee and wife Sunday R 0 Welchhasaccepted a po sition with J M Hansons News paper Magazine Subscription Agency as their general agent for Powell county r Trio Matrimonial market re mains very dull hero with no prospect of any advancement We have had the pleasure of re porting a number of weddings that have occurred in the sub urbs of the bend this winter but only one that has taken place in the limits of our village What is the matter with our young people Blue Boy I Sams Wesley Witt visited 0 F Masters Sunday J DDJ16ntoJ oiSDICn t This great stock medicine ii a money saver for stock raisers It is a 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 up tho torpid liver and loosening the constipated bowels for nil stock and poultry It is carefully prepared and its action is eo healthful that stock grow and thrive withan occasional dose in their food It cures hog cholera and makes boge grow fat It cures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens lay It 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 it a trialIt costs 25c a can and eaves ten times its price in profitIPrrnacBn tin March 25 1901 I have beau using nlsrk Draught Stock and Poultry Uediclno ton any stock fur tome time I Lave bed all kind of stock food brt I have found that yours Ji tho bet for lay purpose I J B IIASSON 1 J Margison visited II B Wiseman Sunday Franklin Margison is on th sick list this week i Pies Witt of Ford is visiting friends hero tins week Mrs Mattie McIntosh wo are sorry to say is no better The Kentucky river has been frozen over for three weeks John W Elkin and son Cyrus were at Irvine Monday on bush ness Several ofour boys are con templating going West in month or two T J Hackworth is buying corn and says he is going to stilling the first of February Bob Larison is the liveliest man in town He is a candidate for constable and says if he is e lected that he will jail the boys Elder G AVVj McIntosh is to move to his new home this week at Spout Spring and G1 Coop er will move to the place vacat ed by him Jeffersonville Thursday morning was the coldest of the winter in this vicinity George Byrd is now attending a protracted meeting at Mud LichsMiss Mildred Smyth visited Miss Aultie Maupin Saturday and SundayVMiss Aultie Maupinvisit the Misses Smyths Friday night of iiiBb week G B Martin and Mack Ste venson rire on a business trip to Mud Lick Bath county J M Myers is suffering witha severe cold or somethingliketlto grip caused by exposure Mrs Martha MartinI Arnold is vieitil1 her cousin Mrs Floyl Oon letonl who is in bad health Frank Conkwright has been very ill with heart trouble for several days but is somewhat better at this writing James DeShong has moved from Slate Creek to Jefferson ville and was the guest of his sister Mrs Oustis Stephens Sat urday and Sunday Misses Mildred Chloe Myrtle and Ghattie Smith entertained goodly number of their young friends on Finday night and all had an enjoyable time Mr Hackney has bought T J Myers life time interest in the farm ho once owned on Camp Branch for 100 He is to pet possession march 1st 190- 5Kimbrell Columbus Emus visited his un cle Newton Abney near Kidd yule last week Mrs 0 M Wood of this place is visiting her daughter Mrs J M Smothers of Clay City this weekMr I and Mrs Henry Tuttle visited relatives hero and at Spout Spriifg from Friday until Sunday We made a slight mistake in our correspondence last week when we stated thatW G Patrick would give the profits on I sales Nov 4th to the Methodist Orphans Rome This should have been Feb 4x11 which will bo next Saturday Pernielia wife of James D I Puckeft died at her home on Twin reek last Thursday morn r I lug after a short illness She was 45 years of agcj The bereaved theesympathy of the entire commu nity Her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground on Friday I Mrs Lottie Williams who lives about five miles from this place on Red river was 100 years old on the llth of last December The house where she now Jivosis a very old one and was built in the early pert of the nineteenth century and has been her home since childhood Her husban yearsaa o be 800 years oldSIe saystlmt they were in the Fort at Boones boro and that Daniel Boone had drank out of the cups Sheis now nt blindand almost helpless IJutvus quite active und welt until the past three or four years Those people who imagine they are simply perfect aro perfectlyI simpleWhen you lose ali opportunity dont lose tune in worrying about if Most people who grant a favor expect two ill return The man who goes to the bad usually has a short journey The religion that seems blue is only haniessqd hypocrisy want ing to kick over its own traces 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I L TRADE MARKSI margalckI7Commqnltlon patentaxspec 4l noel chase In tile Scientific flmcricam A bandlomellIInitll3dwekly rraestetrc- ulatlon of any eclenuno Journal Term SI a rears tour months SL by newsdealer NewYorkDranch Blue Crass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offor for the Fall 01 a full stockof Fruit and Ornamental Trees AsparagusSmallt and every tiling for Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive CntnlogiHj on application H F Hilleivmeyer Sons HeilWattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature of The CourierJournal During 1305 THERE NVILLBE MANY OTH DEPARTDIENTS A COMILETE 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