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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1Ir i- I f 1 t I ji TlIE TIMESsI i f 50 Cents a Year in Advanci We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher +1 VOL lO OLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1905 NO 8 We Havent the Room When in Lexington one tiny last week we were approached by a business man who wanted tocome to Clay City and locate a line modern uptodate store t and said he had been inquiring about a house hero and said he was informed there wasnt room for any more business here Just so we havent an empty business rouse in the city but we have room for more houses and more business too Wo hope to see some enterprising persons build a number of houses in the city this spring both for business and dwellings for they are certainly needed badly New Paper at Stanton TJios Ogden Jr has leased the Powell County News outfit at Stanton and will begin the publication of the Powell County Tribune the first of March Mr Ogden has nut yet decided wheth er he will make his paper a po litical sheet or an independent organ He is a very dnergetie young man and will doubtless make a success of the Tribune asI the good people of Stanton are very liberal in their support for such public beneficiaries Mr Ogden hiade quite a fight for the postofiice here last spring and came very near landing the plum 0Estlll Republicans Fearing the result of a heated primary which was to have come on February 23th the Republi cans of our neighbor Estill coun ty have called oil that primary and a select few with the same dignity possessed by their leader Teddy mot at Irvine last week and in secrecy dictated the tick et their constituency must sup port The following are the suc cessful nominees County Judge O K Noland Sheriff A M 11GrinsteadSchools Clarence Miller Assessor A J Christopher Jailor It 11 Johnson As will be seen all the candidates are not yet named To Better Your Condition Farmers in this section who want to better their condition can do so very materially by pro ducing no the farm they now have such articles as are now im ported into this country among which urn the following wheat rye oats corn potatoes onions beans cabbage apples dried and NI 1OEtLAT4 COSTC t N A Lot of nio N Ladies Wil1ter Skits 4Lot o I Mens Ladies WinV f ter Shoes Ladies nice Trimmed Hats MensJ I Underwear Ladies Heavy Fleece=lined Hose Ladies Wraps Cloaks Remember all the above mentioned goods goat first costy I KentuckyC Shimfessel I M r REJrANCE MFG Go Winchester Ky I forSashdoors CeilingBuilding Paper I Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Roofing v R Varundas Pickets Flintold Roofihgf Stairways Shingles and Etc and Etc I Store Fronts rI it Send us Your estimatesrPrompt Shipments J j i1 J M 1 I f j 1 y 4 1 I 1 rT T k 1 green and all classes of canned goods All of these can be successfully marketed and grown where bushes and briers are now standing and stive tho thousands of dollars now leaving the coun try for these commodities Commercial Club dour people Lave seen the need a Commercial Club in this city the past week When the pro moters of time proposed new brick plant carne before our people to receive propositions from them hnndicaPJledlNo advantages or make them any inducements only as private cit izens This being the case steps have been taken to relieve the situation by organizing a Com mercial Club or Business Mens Association A meeting will beheld at time Council Chamber Friday night to perfect an organ ization of the above character whoso duty it will be to investi gate thoroughly all proposed new enterprises for the city and rec ommend to our citizens what ac tion to take in all matters of public interest Let every citizen conic out to morrow night join the Club and lend a helping hand Advises to Stay In Kentuky ClreciIJ oUI t iifEIPaso IllMlhnd well known to many of our readers writes to time TFMKS and advises people living in Kentucky to stay hero or at least to stay away from thnt part of Ill inois if they enjoy any thing like a mild climate When ho wrote the letter the thermo mer regis tered 30 degree below zero and he said it was stilt getting colder An Old Newspaper Win Davis and G W Clark of Hardwicks Creek gave our oflice an agreeable call Saturday Mr Davis has in his possession a copy of the New York Herald of the date of ApriL1518G5 which contains the first news of Lin colns assassination the last proclamation of President Jell Davis of the Southern confederacy find other important war news The paper is in a good state of preservation and is high ly prized by Mr Davis New Factory If ve are correctly informed Clay City is being favorably considered by some nonresidont capitalists as a site for tho erection rifa large brick plant The plant will call fora large invest mont and will employ 100 hands doily Besides time employment it will also produce u good mar ket for cord wood which will he of much benefit to those who have timbered land where tho good working timber has been cut out Heres hoping the new plant will be a sure enough e nough go boonstruck in payingOilhas quantities on V1uite Oak creek Estjll county IMrnpd at Huston Texasrwher6 Mr Cox lias gone on business a y Io Cuttings from drapes Grape vines should bo pruned withoutidelay When this is post poned until the beginning of spring the sap will now from the cuts and grealy weaken the vines Phosphates are excellent fertil izer for grapes Grapes can be grown on most soils and it is surprising that so few homes pave lusciouf grapes If the reader has not the monoy to purchase the roots if ho will obtain a cutting fifteen inches long and place it the whole depth in tho ground covering the top of the vine one inch it will take root and make grapes in three years IIeasy smatter to have a vinyard All that is necessary is tho disposition and knowing how A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Druggists refund money if PA0 OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how long standing in C to 14 days First application gives ease and rest Soc If your druggist hasnt it send Sou in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Med icine Co St Louis Mo a NOTICE All persons who subscribed amounts to the Clay City bridge fund will please come forwardat once and pay tho same The bridge is now completed and must be paid for J E BURGHER City Clerk Genet The little son of 0 B Hatton win has been very ill is improv ing J II Mullins and wife of Lombard visited friunds here SundayThe at Chop Chestnut is going on nicely under the man agement of Ira GProlIit J A Crabtreo and wife of this place were guests of Win Cfabtree and wife Sunday Lewis Ilatton who returned from the U S Arm several days ago was the pleasant guest C F DANIEL GL14Y CITY KY Dealer In Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid for Chick ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry PAPOOSE POPCORN A New Seed UUcovery for I FORAGE POULTRY POPPING A subscriber to the Southern Agriculturist secured the orlgl nal seed from an old Indian In Northwest Texas After expert meriting with It seven years he wrote that paper With good ground and care It will make from 50 to 100 bushels to the acre and planted thick and cut stalk and all It will make more feed and better feed than anything I ever saw The old In dian said poultry fed on It would never have the cholera I have not lost a fowl with cholera since I have been raising It It also pops beautifully This ar ticle brought hundreds of requests for seed and now only a j few bushels are left Send lOc for a 3 months trial subscription to Southern Agriculturist 39 C P Bldg Nashville Tenn and you will set 100 seed by return mall also details ot 150 prize aeed growing contest 4 c Iof Ira Proflit amid family unday V 0 Martin deputy clerk went to Knox Friday to put the finishing touch on sonic reales tate between Albert Bowen null Roy Bowen Red Top A Asktiny BUSINESSMAN E Which Financial Institution hereabouts is conducted on ut once the most conservative lib ornl and courteous lines and e without a moments hesitation ohe will answer The I Clay City rational Bank e Cray City Ky 0- eeeeeweeeeeoeeeuee The Rev Irl R Hicks 1905 Almanac The Rev Irl It Hicks Almanac for 1005 is now ready being the finest edition ever 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 ou will so decide The price IostIpaid to any address is 550 cents per copy Tho Rev Irl R Hicks scientific religious and family Journal WOUD AND WOKKS now abreast of time best magazines is 75 rents a year Both WanD ANn WOUKS and the Almanac 100 a year No better investment pos sible for any person or family Try and see Send to Word and Works PublishingCo 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo- 1IIOFESSIOSIL CAICDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I Office up stairs In the Waldron building foundlto modern Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY I R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AUD BURGEONIOLAY CITY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OLVY OITV KY t B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND8UROONiCLAY l r r u e GuardI Your health by using PURE flou only The most healthful cerea preparation is flour and the moat 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 fin est flour made but we dont oxpec you to take our word for it We do ask you however to try just one single suck We know it will be enough to make you a firm fast friend I- lfMansfields Flour- R C MANSFIELD tC SON Rosslyhj Ky FOR SALE BY E MAXWELL Clay City Ky SPOUT SPRING Asa Todd spent Sunday with friends in Clay City Moses McKinney came home from near Mt Sterling Saturday Aunt Martha Harris is quite sick at hcr home near thu placeBenny McKinney moved Friday to his new farm in Clark countyCharlie Crow will leave in a few weeks for Illinois to resii1 ill the future Judge Jas W Lilly of Warsaw was here this week writing life poicies Eld Geo W McIntosh wus in Clark county the last of the week on a business tour Levi Curtis has boug1i Mrs John W Adams interest in the Spry estate near this place We will have three sales in our neighborhood this week All three families will go to Illinois to locateThos McKinney who has been down with rheumatism for several weeks is now able to go about again i Farm for Sale The place known as the Will iam Curtis farm on the river nearthe mouth of Lulbegrud creek comprising 180 across 76 acres of bottom This is one of the best farms in this part of the county and will be sold reasona ble W J OimiSToruEn TO CURE COQLDONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMQ QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25c Black Creek Lime Works I RS NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 0 20 i Lime 05 cents per barrel at the ClayIf- t tl I I I THE TIMES IUIILISIIKI EVEItY THUUSDAT j J B IJurghcr IubHshcr t Subscription Rates 50 Cents fer year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclnss mail matter Thursday Feb 28 1905 CLUU RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal llOC Cincinnati Enquirer lH Louisville Commercial 11 Home and Farm 7c A Novel Damage Suit A novel damage suit has just l6en filed in the Grecnup Coun tfCircuit Court Col Millard F Wood Kepublcan candidate forbounty Jailer and a former United States storekeeper and puager asks 10000 damages against Dr W M Fenner n manufacturer of patent iriedi dues at Fredonia N Y Col Wood alleges that ho has lost Ins hearing from taking medicine from the agency and that hecame very near losing his life The suit is attracting much attention und results will be watched with in terestITo Oct Rid of Stumps The following method of get ting rid of stumps is recommend ed In the autumn bore a hole one or two inches in diameter according to the girth of the stump vertically in the center of stump and about eighteen inches deep Put into it one or two ounces of saltpeter fill up the hole with waterund plug up close In the ensuing spring take about mo half gallon of kerosene oil und ignite it The stump will smoulder away without blazing to the very extremities of the roots leaving nothing but his as hes Alarried 736 Couples Parson Lemmon of Fnlinouth has probably married more couples than any minister in the state laving married in all 780 couples lo says the oldest gentleman I ev r married was seventynine and the youngest seventeen the old ist lady was sixtysix it being her first marriage and tIlO young cst fourteen Lhave married the halt time manned the blind and liQdeaf and dumb j and from ev ry prtgfp 9iolt except the law 1 ise any kind of ceremony the iarfieSfdesife mind go to the coun 1fYL vlmthi requestfed Inever get smbstrassed therefore those Vhonil marry very seldom get Mnbarrassod Thero ncvrwasa paper in any locality that gave all the news Persons often come and go that the reporter does not see It ften happens that a family is missedseveral times They get the impression that the paper Tees not care to mention them It- isa mistake Tho paper has no ill Xeling nor spito nor enmity against anybody Do not bo afraid to give us items of interest Perhaps you think the paper shows partiality but try and see if it doesnt treat you well if giv m a chance If you dont see us to toll us of any happening or news item at your home use the uleplione or flrop it in the Post office but dont fail to give your iamo eothoro will be no mistake iboutit J ii r I Do Y u- Want an- i3ducation SOME FACTS ABOUT THE CLAY CITY GRADED SCHOOL Clay City in located on the L ir E railroad between Lexington am Jackson Ivy The Graded Schoo is the pride of the city and is inn prosperous condition having ni enrollment of about one hundred and fifty pupils Strict discipline is enforced but it is tempered with mildness line kindness Our course of study will compare favorably with that o- any giaded school in the State We strive to obt thoroughness how ever rather than asuiattering knowl edge of many things to be deep rather than broad Ve shall undertake no patent process by whloh it is supposed that untutored boys ant girls maybe put into a cramming machine and speedily turned out welleducated men mind women Educationis the product of time and herd study If you wish your children to be well educated you should give plenty of time in which to train them We will teach your little children and give them the benefit of careful training in the elemcnt branches under an experienced teacher thus laying the foundation ofa good education we will take pupils in the prepara tory department and give thom thorough instruction in the ordina ry branches of an English edueii ion andwe will take more ad mnced students and train them in tbe higher studies of the regular college course including Higher MuthemuurH Sciences French end English Literature and will furnish them with superior facilities for instruction in Vocal and Iustru rental Music For funfair information address C W CAMPBELL Prin CLAY CITY KY SHOE SHOP REMOVED I have removed my shoe shop- o Gaylords blacksmith shop there I will ho pleased to see my rldcustomers and new ones t ojWESLEY QAIt- 13ETTHeadache Can be Cured with DP Miles Anti Pain Pills it your nerves aro subject to disturbances such as Headaches Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Menstrual Pains Sleeplessness etc their jarring arid jangling can bo quickly ended with a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are pleasant little pink tablets which do not act on the bowels nor do they have any llsagreeablo weakening or habltform ns eITect on the system They are tIle result of the latest sclcn Ifio knowledge on the subject of Pain and bring relief safely and quickly to he greatest sufferer You should always keep a box of Dr Miles AntiPain PIUs In the houses since you never know when pain may attack you and It is wrong to suffer when your lufferlng can be so quickly relieved Dr Mlles AntiPain PlUs contain no plum chloral cocaine morphine tor similar drugs and are sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve YQU or pay your money back By relieving Pain Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills shorten Buffering and length en life 25 cents Never sold In bulk I have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills when troubled with headache and find hat one pill infallibly effects relief in a JlllesNenoandI am afflicted neural ofouchIs claimed tor them dEORClE COL LATE 219 Oakland St San Antonio Tex FREEWrite to us for Free Trial fD Mlles Anti Pain Pills the New rfcinilnoneii i1y for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnosIS your case tell you what Is wrongvand how to right It Free DR MEDICAL CO LAUORATORIES ELKHART AND t t f I 1i y r l i 4 i J h ivi J h vtjam s Ii j i Grand Clearance Sale Mrs JW WILLIAMS has be gun her annual Clearance ale offering aticles 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 0 MRS J W WILLIAMS Qlay City Ky 0 it 1iT oo4 tJIr +++++ r ++++++ ++ ++H + n +++otH+++ + +++ o C++ J + t II Littlepage Son 1 DRUGGISTS IF- L Clay City Kole e rr Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc r 1 Prescriptions carefully compounded l ar + t tlto + r++++ ++H + C + ++ ++HOlo + t oJ+ S FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS 1 ii j l- OUR GREAT 1905 OFFER 1 Ve have purchased a number of annual subscriptions to the SOCXIIKIU AoiucuLTUiusT and as long as they last we will give one FREEOF f CHARGE to every subscriber who pays 10r1UETIMESIi full d year in advance If you are in arrears pay upnqw and got this v li Ofi cable present If you are not already a subscriber send in your order U 7 ij at once before this great offer is withdrawn p of SOUTHERN AGRICULTURISTL i- JI Is published at Nashville Tcnn It is issued 24 timesiiyear and the fsubscripton price is 50 cents It contains more reading mutter than IfarmerspnestionsAndrew M Soule Dir ct of the Virginia Experiment Station Jhf f Home Department is conducted by Aunt Anne whom all readers soon learn to love v WE OFFER 81J30 IN VALUE rOB 50 CENTS But must hurry This proposition will not be held upon- iildefluetely t r l CLAY MTY TIMES iPISample Copies of Southern Agriculturist YFRER tO i r Y t i t f i5 i i Ioi r h I r f 1i t fJ + t t l t h t ssJ Iv1 1 4 i 1 iT THE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER i e vTHUHSDAYFEB 20 1905 BREVITIESixA D Snowden will put up aI I pla inrmill at Irvine IJ Chas Scott Gen Pass Agt L Ewas in tho city Saturday The young folks hada grand hop in the Gymnasium Hall last anight Miss Grace Russell of Louis ville is the guest of Miss Bertha r Maple this week We are now having much i warmer weather together wits I plenty of mud Judge J W Lilly has written several life policies in this vicin ity the past week Mrs Nichoson attended the fu neral of Miss Minnie Watson at Mt Sterling Friday Hon 0 B Hill exsecretary of State was up from Winchester Friday on business J A Sampson a leading timber man of Eestern Kentucky was int1Jcity yesterday Yesterday was Washingtons birthday and the same was ob c served here onlyby the post 0office and bank Mr arid Mr J 0 Fitchof I Lexington arrived here yester f day Mrs Fitch will visit her relatives here for several days It By a recent decision of the U yiited States Supreme coin en l1C getsMoWhrb c tuxes from the L NV Rrilroad Thlkof the new union depot hasy been revived at Lexington and R the1 E L N and 00 rail roads have bought property at a cost oft 8000000 with this end in view 1 M Bailey onu of our most progressive business tneii has be gun the erection of a dwelling on seventh avenue across the f alley from the Presbyterian I church 0 Stantons New Store h Thos Ogden Sr has sold his SuotrIy t general store in the near future j t Notwithstanding the total de struction of the Kentucky Wes leyau College at Winchester last r week by fire the school will continue without interruption New I quarters having been provided fort Jf t Elder B F Wright of Spout t Spring was in the city Tuesday on business and while here call it fcdnt our office and renewed sub p scription to the TIJIKS for him Illelfalld son fJ Wright of Butler Mo Y fThereport comes from mary Jo1liartB of the state that quails are I rdYingi1i quantities from the se yore and dur f J ing the recent sleet when overt f i thing was frozen up so the birds cold get nothing ot eat Lent will be late this year a fN1us Wednesday is March 8th la i ter than usual Palm Sunday ii t t JO and Good Friday is A FAril21 Easter Sunday when nil the world blossoms forth in lilies t ulicV ney Ertsfeiboiiuets comet r dprtl 0ll- ti e1h y + L11 J jI e t hJttf iKr tf r I t- if iv 4t J 11y rM1 r 1R S I II x tJ v ry y 1 Ir r 7t I 6 i i If r 7 I 1 01- G W Lenkerd of Reynolds yule Pa and R A Whist1n of Pittsburg Pa were here Tuesday and Wednesday as representative of the proposed new brick plant mention of which Is made eleewhen id tns issue Its not enough to merely live The traditional rainy day wil came Get ready for it Done bo niggardly nor stingy that in terferes with ljfe as it ought to be but be ever on the watch to save at least a little A nowspeper may devote a col umn in the praise or commenda tion of a man and howill forget it in a couple of weeks butt twoline item that is not alto gether pleasing will be rem m bered by the average reader for two yeats One years subscription to tin Southern Agriculturalist will be given to every subscriber of the TIMES who pays for one year in advance A man in a neighboring town win secured his wife through a matrimo nialagency is trying to secure a di vorce Just Rnothrriectanceoffind ing that mail order bargains are not just as represented and that a mutt better grade of the same article could have been obtained at home Good enough for him he ought to patronize home industry The homegrown article is usually the best Deserved Popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bow cIs and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleasant and harmless but effective and sure Their universal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularityandusefulness Sold by M Rose Auburndale Fla Jan1I03 DR BERTRAM SMITH City Ky Dear DoctonUcplylngto your request for a statement as to how my wife and I are pleased with the work you have done for us will say that it is with much pleasure that we say it was perfectly satisfactory in every way and we will certainly patronize you in the future for any Dental work we may need and will cheerfully recommend our friends to do the saine Wishing you a Happy New Year and a successful one we are Very truly Ito slyn Ky n C Mansfield To MY FRIENDS Dr Bertram Smith the Clay City Dentist extracted my lowor teeth and made me a lower plate that gives me anythinghardry nut If any one wants perfect satisfaction go to Dr Bertram Smith Barbara Snowdcn To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN It you want tojiave your teeth pull edquickly and with hardly any pain go to Dr Bertram Smith the Clay City Dentist He is the fastest extractor fever saw and I can recommend him to my friends Mrs J W Ham dive Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly di gested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest enabling ij to recuperate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disordErs L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writesus1Vef- eel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure de- s serves all the commedation that cm be given itas it saved the life of our little girl when she was three years old She is now six and wt have kept it for her constantly but 6of course she only takes it now when uny thing disagrees with par Soil by M Roe9ttI 4 I 4 a to r r1 The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without u scar is DeWHts Witch Haze Salvo Cut Burns Boils Bruise and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as snow before the sun shine of spring Miss IL M Mid dletown Thebes Ill says I was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very painful DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by M Rose Jaw Broken Nich Striclin a brakeman on an L E freight train had hit jaw bone broken Thursday morn ing in this city while coupling cars A loose tie slipped from a car and struck him in tne face causing the above fracture That Tickling in the at One minute after taking One Min ute Cough Curethat tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat not the stomach Harmless good for children A L SpoiFord postmaster nt Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three doses of Oon Minute Cough Cure half an hour apart speedily cured her I cannot praise One Minute Congb Cure too much tor what it has done In our family It al ways gives relief Sold by M Rose CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church Salem first Satur day morning and Sunday following El dor JT Turpln supply Powells Valley second Saturday Sunday Eld Thompsonpastor owen Sat urday Elder J T Turpin pastorChristian ChurchServices at Clay City fourth Elder L J Roy nolds pastor Hardwicks creek third SundayMethodist Church Rev JO Craw fotdf first Sunday preaching al Clay City morning and evening second and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the morning and Snt1Jrday night preceding Third Sunday at Shiloh both morning and evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel in the morning and on Saturday before Sunday school at all the churches Pros Church Sevlccs at Clay City the third Sunday at Stanton the fourth Preaching at each place both morning and evening Rev A Irvin pastor STATE OK TOLEDO 88LUCASFRANK J CHKNEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of K J CHKNEY Co doing bus mess in the City of Teledo Coun ty and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAHIUI that can not be cured by the use of HALLS CATAnnll Ctlai FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subsurb ed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 188C GLEASONEAL Halls Catarrh Cure is taken ii ternally and acts dirt tly on the bloodand mucous sum tees of the system Send for testin niols AddressF J CHKHEY b CoTeledo Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best M BAILEY Merchant and Ca- stomMILLER 0 CLAY CITY KY 0 Custom work six Jayin thetyc FrtsVGronni Boifeijieal always on baoJ i GJ q rs toJy r + 1U + + H ++ 10 + H H Ut- i INSURE WITH i F A LYON SON I The Leading Insuvnnop Agents tof Eastern Kentucky + I Over 200000000 i Represented t i ithey+++ H AK +H FI3tWttfY3 to Startling Facts A1 E1 BARNETT i 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 tho East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how wo got them t Every thing 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 Undo 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 tradet Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 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 towels I t Laundry Agency in Connection 23Dontfail to give him a call I The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Made Wilen You Use Pearl ad Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED BY JA CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sol by our Leading Merchant t 1 I j 0 Lir1tJr Ii l + 4tb tirtn v J y- T D rIng ville Mrs 1L II Curtis jms beet- sick the past week Mrs Reuben Tipton is quit sick at this writing Everett Wells is rldngon Taint creek this week James Smothers of Clay City visited here Sunday John Adams visited Levi Cur tis one night last week Miss Ida Wells is attending the Clay City Graded School Mr J M White who has been very sick is slowly improving Mr and Mrs G W Wells via ited relatives at Clay City Fn daWeare very sorry to state that Mrs Albert McIntosh of Vir- den is very sick James Walters who has beer sick for the past few months is no better at this writing Sams We have had sonIC severe winter here There is a lot of sickness in this neighborhood John D Wiseman is visiting at Kirksville this week Mr and Mrs Jqe Tiittlo visit ed the latters parents Mr and Mrs James Curtis Sunday Mrs W S McIntosh we are sor ry to say is no better She has lost herr eye sight and is in very bad health Mis Mandy Wills of Mound was the pleasant guest o her cousin Miss Lizzie Elkin Saturday night and Sunday Owing to the recent cold spell there has been cohsiderabledaTn age on the Kentucky river It lips been darned up with ice and logs for miles Pics the little son ofllr and Mrs Thos Clem died Tuesday night Burial Wednesday at Jacksons Chapel We sympa thize with the bereaved parents BerrymanWaldron Co are the champion fox hunters in this section having come to the front whit three red ones ti6 past two weeks Hurah buys catch them all Thedforls Blaclt comes nearer regulating tho entire system and in than any other medicine made It is always in any emergency to treat ailments that cro f uent in indigestionbilousnesy stomach aches- Thcrffords BlackDraught is the standard remedy for kidneytroublestic ills which so frequently summon tho doctor It is as good for children as it is for persons A doso of this medicine every will soon euro tho most obstinate case of dyspepsia or constipation and when taken as quick relief DANVILLE ILL Deo 23 1C0- 3Tbodforts IMackPraught bas boon our fuullr flea years nod wo want no othor 1r of us feel body we take adoseaed aro ull right lu tnolvo hours Wo have peat lots of money fur IV doctor bills but got alone lust as watl K with BlackDraugbt liLt n DADElI tf Ask your dealer for a packago of Thedfords BlackDraught and If bo Chattanoogaand a package will be mailed to you I Jeffersonville iLeke Martin is on the sick list threatened with fever Gild is con houseeThe streams in this vicinity highiirIice to cross As meeting is in progressat the Pin0 Ridge schqol louse conduct ed by two Mormons Mrs Mary Seach is on the sick list threatened with a severe at tack of pneumonia Misses Myrtle and Chattie Smyth visited their juint M ri- G B Martin Sunday V v Jot has obtainedMyers n posi tion on the 0 0 railroad and has gone to commence work The school at Pine Ridge is pr gressingtnicely under the management of Mrs Eva Sal yers Misses Nary and Bettie Strange visited their grandmother Mrs Thos Vance several days last week Mrs G B Martin is suffering very much with cold and grip but is somewhat better at this writing Messrs lIa den Salyers Bud Green and Frank Cockrhnmwill start next Tuesday for Texas on a business trip Prof J W Myers visited the hospitable home of JD Ski phens and wife on Sunday and Monday of last week Mrs Mary Hammonds who has been sick so long with a com plication of diseases died at the Chasfv and was buried hi the fancily grave yard on Spruce North Bend Robert fatten is on fete sick ist x Miss Narcy Maple has entered the Hazel Gieoii Academy Small Store Small Expense Small Profits 10UR drug store is small but we carry a full stock of goods that meets every demand of our customers It is of a quality that you do not find often in een the larger drug stores Buyers here arC absolutely sure that they are getting pos itively the best the market affords in every line of drug store goods Because of our small store and small expense we are successful in competing with the big fellows who have big rents and big wages to pay Our prices are so low and the merit of our goods so greatthat it will pay you to go out of your way to come hereThe following is one of our off- ersConstipated HerelsaFreeCure You have tried plus You know by your own experience that n physic wont cure Jet experience show you what will cure foodInmass makes bad blood nhlchmakcs bad health probablyausesyoursuffering OTIlkeanylhlngelsecontaining special properties of the grape which strengthens the anti enables rlyNoreturnedWe that Mulls Grape Tonic wilt cure you and therefore will give you a large sample bottle of the great remedy you have never taken It We only use the contents of the first bottle as directed You dont obligate yourself to buy any of the remedy FREE COUPON Send this coupon with your name and address and druggists name for a free bot tie of Mull Grape Tonic to Mulls Crap Tonlo Co 600 Third Ave Rook UlandHI Give Full Addrtts and Write flainfy The 100 bottle contains nearly three times the SOc size This Is one way we have of serving our customers We are lookIng out for your Interests as well as our own Who else will do as much COMB AND SUE US LITTLEPAGE SON ti w 1 r I 1ya1r J Bedford 1V lchrefurnedto hiss lriline at Jeffemilltlle last week Heiiry Hunter of Jessamine count is visiting relatives at- Rosslyn r A Mr of Furnace visited ThomaslConice Saturday and Sunday 1 Pinkerton Welch visited R B Smith and 1fadililyOil Congloton mountain Sunday 4 Miss Edda Le Faulkner of Ewington visited A P Arthur and family Frftfay night AP FricliC1ccontemplates making a business trip to Law rence county 111 tile near future 1 A John Welch who has been in isVisitingnear Rosslyn 4 John Arthur has rented a boundary of land from Albert Hall near Bower which he will put in corn the coming season Miss Nancy Welsh of Jefler sonville who has been visiting Arthur Welch and wife for sev eral weeks has returned to her home John West and family ofMor ris Creek visited relatives here tlu iirstof the week They will Hilt to liitlirtna about March 10 to make theirfuturo home I Blue Grass I Nurseries I SPRING 1905 Trees by the Aiilllonl Fruit and bhsdi ran tn its Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and cveryjnirifr usuftlj found ut such no cstublihsrnent 11e Hlt2tct to tiro r havoV i nn Agiiits Tree and Strawberry Catnt ogles on to F Hilleixmeyer Sons IH LEXINGTON KY made inaU- leathers I styles and ef4 r- I r 1 JWest Bend v I r I We think we will be able to report wedding BOO Ii Robert Combs visited his fath er near Levee Sunday J W Baker went to Winches terTuesdlyonshusiuessBed ecvi ited his mother Saturday J Everman visited friends at Indian Fields last week Robert Combs and wife visited friends at Clay Oily Mist week Will Hudson attended court at Mt Sterling Monday a mule for 00 Joe Bruner of Oklahoma js visiting his brother Tom at this placeI Berryand J A Roberts attended court at Mt Sterling Monday r Edward Everman of Montgomery county is visiting hispa rents this week Rev T II Conry is assisting Rev Pendergraph in a revival meeting at PriinrosQ tins week James Hengle will have a sale Saturday after which he will move to Winchester We regret very much to lose such neigh burs us Mr Hcnsley but wish liim sue ces in his i ew heals Sowing in ue hi no needles at W T AVebhs All makes and sizes YEARS TRADE MARKS 1qullion utrletlfconadent ft patentslatentatakennottet without charge In tot Scientific flmerteait A handsomely ninstrsted weekly Lsreeatelr eolation of an tclentlHo nurnal Terms 13 a fmrt foarmonthiL Soldbyall newidealer Co3alBroRdwRl New York Dronch Offlce 6K F BUWashlngtOn D Co u I 1 e 7 II A SWELL SHOE t PR1cS35DI Kodol BO EXPERIENCE CoPyRloHTs Ac SHOE WdgLO- ST Louis Take Quinine ib t Seven tattm kom tW fa tMt 12 I I 6 d V iVO t LexingtonBasternRy1 f Fffeciile Oct 619040 IAsinoutia No2 I ex Sun Stutions Pm AN1ML TI U mmtlrt Thi roily No4Ilvlexf1storl22i 751 h lll ter 810V8 i II fj Junction 823 ti37 VOliiy CitvJhM Ojllf 1 Stanton AM 023 II Itqsslyr t t 412 0 I Nnturni Bridge 485 O il1 1 10OSTBeattyvilleJunc i 0 ak KJunqt 6 lit O- Ar Jucksor61u i il80 WEST nousi Xo Si No1 Daily ex Sun Dally oxl Sun Stations 1 M t rin Lv Jnckson225 02o 0 R K Tunct 2V80 an1 BenttyvlllQJuna320 7 20 Torrent 347 747 Natural Bridge 40t 8 l- Hossll1ii 425 822 Stiiiiton 430 828 Cl iv City 43J 837 LttEJuncttonb08 010r4 Winchester 520 023 Ar Lexington 005 tplCl Nos Sand4make close connection fpr Cannel City and points on tho 0 K Rnilwiiy daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L A E Junction with OA O for JltSterlingnndlAcal points J KtllAKR CHAB SCOTT Sen Jlunnper Gqn PassAgt 1 l THE Wiiiphestei Baiik INCORPORATED NH WftIIEltspooY Ires Stock 200040 ISurplus 20030 accounts of indfvjil Gals firms tiuttstruuratloas 84 Clay City Hotel JIIEATOX Prop i tt I e Hll l markerl afTolas LrveythtntnNyt y anti elenn Rates 5160 per day I DwIu WHehRazo J I For Piii Wrntiti MAKERS rtrrCT1ySWANNDAY JiBE GO GLAYCITYKY Ir w DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tha SI00 bottle contains 214llmesthe trial tlw which sells for 50 cents FRirARSD ONLY AT THE LAIIOJA- TOayOrECDeWITTCOMPANVCUICAGpILL SOLD BY M ROSE r A f To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Bromo Salvo Oves CMp fTwo Days O every kox25c t- I 1 a S V- rMfiw Ad fl