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IUlltlSHKlt EVEUY tllUUSDAY
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CLUB RVTES
For the convenience of our sub
ecribers we have arranged club rritei
with the following papers at priest
below mentioned >
The TIKES and
CourierJournal t1OC
It Cincinnati Enquirer 10
II Louisville Commercial 7J
41 Home and Farm 7i
The Fiftyseventh Congress
convened Monday with ceremo
tiles not greatly different from
former years The House adopt
ed the rules of the last session
with modifications made by the
o
permit any amendments to he of
fered The message of the Pres
ident WitS received by both
House and Senate Tuesday Over
three thousand new bills were in
troduce including three Pacific
cable bills and several protesting
against the continuation of war
in South Africa
The State Board of Health of
Kentucky has sent out a circular
letier to the health authorities
ailniiglhqm toprovidb pejafthous
es and take all precautionary
Steps to prevent the spread of
smallpox this winter
Representative Henry of Tex
si8 has introduced a bill in the
House to make mandatory the
duty of a governor to honor requi
sitions for fugitives This would
force the return of Taylor and
Frindley from Indiana to Ken
tacky
An exchange t1I sthnt n roan
warecentty fined t25 for listening
Jti > n telephone message passing
over a line in which he owned a
phone and afterwards telling
what ho over heard The theory
was that messages or conversation
over the wires are confidential and
the fact that he owneda phone
gave him no right to rental any
thing he might have heard either
by accident or otherwise If you
have a phone you will agrees that
this IB a Hood Ian although some
times you happen to hear some
very amusing and interesting
things whichwere not intended for
v you reurs
Onesof the inmost astonishing dis
closures of the Census of 1900 is
tlmf there are 1800000 mere males
than females in the population of
the United States Put it ina
1 more readily appreciated way
this is to say that of every 1000
of the American people 512 are of
the masculine and only 488 of the
feminine sex This preponderance
Jf the sterner half of mankind has
been it appears steadily main
tained and increased in this count
rYfor more than half a century
it is a permanent condition and as
4uch Contrasts sharply with that of
Kingr
r done f Wh5re thefemiiles uniformly
exceed jlio males in number
Kerrsf Perfection = < beatsall yf r
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> i ° SPOUTSPRING
James Lane of Irvine tiffs
here Sunday
A R Lowry of Kudkcryilh
was up to spend Thanksgiving
Joe Burgher of Irvine visite
his brother John at this llnce
over Sunday
Miss Nora Patterson was the
guest of I Miss NornTodd Saturda
night and Sunday
We wore glad to see ve editor
and family over Saturday and
Sunday Come again
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Joe McKinney who IJns been
eniployedat Thompson returne
home Saturday to stay
Miss < Maria Curtis is aiflicte
with sonlekind of a1 tumor Her
condition is very unfavorable
rr Bush and O1iarles Stone
of Puckett were hero Tuesda
trading vitlv our merchants
LennioCrbw and wife visited
the formers parents Mr an d
Mrs Albert Crow Sunday
W P Perry traveling sales
man for Van Deren Hardwan
Co of Lexington Was here Tues
day
W T Colvin grocery drum
mer for Trimble Bros was hen
Tuesday interviewing our mer
chants
Henry Burton of Blooming
dale Clark county a former res
ident of 0111 neighborhood woi
here Sunday
dlrJ Christopher spent
several days visiting his dnughtei
Mrs A R Lawry at Rucker
ville the first of the week
J E Burgher Sr and Georg
White visited the formers grant
daughter Mrs Sv S Mitt al
aLexington
Mr Agnew dry goods sales
man with John Shillito Co of
Cincinnati Ohio was hitcri w
ing our merchants Monday
Berry Barnett Jr traded hii
mule team to a Mr Harding wlu
is on his way to North Carolina
for his horse team getting 150
difference
Eld Nelson McIntosh returned
from Fox Monday where he filled
his regular appointment and is
now laid up with deep cold
Jk H Dawson and wife havf
moved to Stanton where he hrti
secured n position ns salesmar
in the store of A E Barnett S
SonAunt
Aunt Orzelia Mcintosh wife ol
Frank McIntosh died last Priday 1
aged about SO years Burial Sun
day at the Winburn burial
ground
Lloydand Asa Tood have
bought of Alleh Orsborne his twe
farms one inEstill and 0118 in
Powell counties comprising a
bout 140 acres in the two for
2000 Possession March 1
Berry Barnett Jr has sold
his farm of 400 acres near ting
place in different tracts to Isaac
Barnett Ycnsoii Burris Berry
Hllllnnd Oscar Milton Mr
Barnett will probably move to
the Heflin place which ho pur
chased last spring from Dudley
Hall
SammySlatteryof Mercer coiipty
vho had been addicted to
the igarette habit for 15 years lca1l
cd his associates to his death bed
md told them that cigarette Brnqk1
rug was the direct cause of his
death and plead with them to aban
lon the habit
Wine in the bottle does not
uehchithe thirst
t
n
o Whylsif that po6plpwiH bo
duped by very passiiig fakir
or humbug Why jsittIlIt af
ter working all day f rnn hon
est dollar people will listen to
the persuasive eloquence of the
peddler or patent medicine von
dor and givoiim their inoneyon
the strength of his words This
is a guest ion still unsolved
Why itistlSa stranger dud his
glib tongue can enter a town
and scoop the cart wheels selling
his shoddy jfjtufT when honest
I goods can be < bought at honest
prices front lho home merchants
who work Honestly and steadily
in a con t unity aiul lire iiitbrest
ed in tIle olfare of the town
county <
J Tnd court 0
Owing to the disagreeable
weather bnlj ru fair sized crowd
came to towihQourt Day There
were only uujjiit 500 cattle at the
stock pensd these brought
from two to lfour cents The
horse and murc market was dull
few animals bringing good prices
and only a small number chang
jug hands Business with mer
chants wa5fair to medium but
not what it vvbuld have been had
the day b eh clear and brought
more peopje to town Richmond
Register 4
r Hove S This5
We olferne hundred DoUara
Reward JfofJany case if CatVrrh
that cannot ° be cured by Halls
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Catarrh Cure
CureF
F Jt CHENEY lC CO
Prnpa llllii O
We they undersigned have
known F 1f Cheney for the lust
15 years ltla believe him perfect
ly hoiioralilin allbuslness trans
actions on1l financially able to
carry out atjybligations made by
thelr firm Ir
t e r < jjfy i v r v
WEST fe IltUAX Wholesale
Druggist Toledo 0 WAUMNO
KINNAN is MJAitviN Wholesale
Druggists Toledh 0
Halls Catarrh cure is taken
internally acting directly upon
the blood and Jnucona surfaces of
the system Price 75c per bottle
Sold by all druggists Testimonials
free Halls Family Pills are the
beatMACHINE
MACHINE SHOP
fILL KINDS Of
jMachinery Repaired
We KceflQ Stock
Steam Fittings Belting
Hose and Electrical Supplies
WE ALSO BUILD
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Gasoline Engines
In 35 8 and 12 horse power Thi
best known power for farmers and
others
The press on which this paper it printed
it driven by a Hagan Engine
liT CHAS HAGAN 1
WINOHWTia KY
RESTAURANT
MEflLSflT ALL HOURS
Fresh Oysters and Fish
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A full line of Foreign and Domes
tic FruitSrO ranges Lemons nil
nanas Apples and Etc
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Our LIne Orw L wr I fL
OClnts4 25 toll 00
Mackintoshes 82 00t fjOO
Ladies Mackintoshes 2 OOtoS 00
Mens Suits S OOi 50 and 810 00
H Pantt 100 and up to fi 00
Boys Suits 1 25 t05 00
Ladies loafcs 5 00 6 75 7 60 10 00
Children Shoes in great variety i Rubber Shoes in all Styles rl
and at lowest prtas > 4
Our Limyof Dress GoodB fe the ilelight of Ml who see ttN All
the newest Weaves including Broad Cloths Pebble Cheibts >
Basket Cloth PremellaCloth and handsome i3Ergc nail Hehs >
riettas Flunols for Mtiicfo that for values their equal will liei
hard to find
Waists and Skirts V4
Silk Flannel Flannelette Calico ami Pemile Witisiir v pkiftii r
from 81 50 to 80 00 in Blacks Navy B and Grays Vi
Underwear J J7 L N
Ourline of Underwear includes everything rforT iTVen > v6ineh <
and children ut the right price s 4 J V
Our Millinery Department is Brim Full lvuln1F tht >
pretty creations of the Millinery World We arc putting out
some Nobby hate > Y
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Mens Shirts froui J8 cents up Hats ftoni7o etnts iipv °
When In the city call and se6our goods and get our prices1
Mrs cl W WfbblAMS Clay City K y
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DEAF
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IrvoUrAN CURE YOURSELF AT nOME
AHEAD
HEAD
NOISES
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our hew Invention Ojrty those born deaf HOMEAHEAD y
HEAD NOISES CEASE MEDIATELY
DEAFnxa F A WEKWJAN OF GAL TH lORE SAYS
DAITIMORB lIId larch 30 loot t 1
Glllmm nelng entirely curnt of deafness thaas to your treatment I will now give rou
a full history 01 my cane to be used nt your dlKrctlon
I1st
About five year ago JlI rlehtcllr began tosing and this kept on gtttlng wor e until Ust
In searentlrel 1
my hearing c
Imy I ubderwent 11 tre3tlllent foot catarrh for three months lelthotn nay success consulted num
bcr 01 hyslciauB UlOIIS olhen lh 1110t eminent earspecialistofthis city who told me that
would
only an operation could help me and even tltut only Never tliatthe head noises
then cease but the hearing in the affected car would he low forever
I then saw your advertisement ncclden nl y la n New York paper and ordered your treat
meat Alter lhod used it only nfew do QccorUng to your dlrectlou thenoIe Chant and z I
today after ic week my hearing In the lclIcd carhb been entirely restoredI thanE you
bcartUy and beg to remam Very tnJr yours
1 A ERMAN 7Jo 8 Broadway Baltimore Md 1
Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation sN
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Bluegrass Nurseries
FAIL 1001
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Grape Vines Small Fruits Asjiara
gun and everything for Orchard
Lawn and Garden We sell direct
nt right prices to the planter and
have no agents General Catalogue
on application to
H R HILLEMEYER
LEXINGTON KV
12 SO tint liOQ > Y T to
Ladies Olijtd W r SjSio1 ti till
Mens Shoes 85e to4rflOftpni
Womens Shoos Toe to 80u
Boys 80ctfti2ho
Misses Irr tof ifi
The Whitest White Cake
The Lightes Light Rolls
And Flakiest Biscuit I
Are Mntl V1Ln You UNO
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Pearl and Bakers Pride Plot
Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed
MANUFACTURED BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KY
Sold by our Leading JwhnntlOJl
M IT COUUTNEYPiiEsiDENT J F COX CASIJIKH
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CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK d 1 t y
CLAY CITY KY
CAPITAL 5000000
We solicit your business and accord to dep ito s every accommodhtion
which their business and responsibility warrant 031
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be applied to ninny products but
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