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I I i THE CLAY ICITY TIMES I 50 Cehts n Year in Advance We are here to help ClayCityihe Surrounding Country nd Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher y VOL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 1905 NO 6- o c Oyster Supper The ladies of the Ladies Aid Society for the Iresbyterian church will give a Valentine Oyster Supper at the Gymnasium the 14th for the benefit of the now Presbyterian church Oyster will be served in every form Goand take your lady with you mid enjoy the evening as wellas to help a worthy cause- CampbellShea AtLexingtonWednesdayFeb ruary 1 the Elder It L Farriss officiating Prof 0 W Camp hell of this city was quietly married to MissLoula Shea Prof Campbell is principal of the city shool hero and is a wellknown minister of the Christian church The bride is a daughter of Simon Shea of Lexington Prof Camp bell met Miss Shea last May while attending college in Lex ington The Fayette Traction Company will build the interurban e lectric line from Lexington to Versailles having purchased the holdings and franchises in Wood ford county of Bebee Co of Syracuse N Y THE TIMES for the news We Sash I doors Ceiling Blinds Varandas Stairways Shingles andEtc Store Fronts The End In Sight The Joint Conference Commit tee of the two Houses of the Legislature have agreed upon a com promise measure which has been reported to the Senate The re port recommends the Wells Bill selecting the Hunt property as the site for tho new capitol mod ified by a provision giving the State Capitol Commission the discretion to purchase the addi tional block desired by the ma jority in tho Senate The Commission is to have the option to purchase the property at any time before March 1 1000 The agreement of the committee was unanimous and it is believed the promptlybe reached soon SwopeRayborn- At the beautiful residence of I J Ua born at Kiddville Tues day afternoon Elder It French officiating Miss Nancy Ilayborn and Robert B Swope of this county were united in marriage The bride is a most and popular young lady while the groom is a promising young farmer left on the evening train for a visit at Lexington TD SELL AT COST A Lot of nice Ladies Winter SkirtsL- otI of M WensIn I ter Shoes Ladies nice Trimmed Hats Mens Uuderwear Ladies Heavy Fleecelined Hose Ladies Wraps Cloaks Remember all the above mentioned goods go at first cost ShimfesselKentucky I RBbhN BMFGEWinchester Ky Mgoiifacture x i Flooring Weatherboarding Pickets beautiful They We are Headquarters for Building Paper I 4 j Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofinig and Etc Sendus Your estimates1 Prompt Shipments t Lets 9o to Work or Mt Sterling Ky 1 Feb 11005 JE BuRaiiERj Clay Ky DEAR SIR Your letter of the 81st to hand Enclosed you will find check which we send with great you on your enterprise and we wish you felt interest enough to try and have a well eengineered well con structed macadamized road from bridge to connect with pike at Levee this comity We will do our part at this endcould make the road to topfsrf Black creek hill if Clay OitYnd land owners along du the balance AlUm dozen pikes are worth more toI a town than a railroad Yours truly CbilesTftoinpspn Grocery Co Big Deal In Coal and Timber Land Matt Oldham of Mt Sterling has purchased of the Eastern Kentucky LBn Company 1000 acres of fine coal and timber land in Wolfe county hear Torrent On this land there is a thirtysix inch vein of ciinnel coal and a sixtyfive irichi vein of bitumi nous The price paid was 12 50 per acre Tlfo coal mines will beopened atonce North Bend 1lliss Carrie Ewen was a vi nor at Stanton Thursday- R B and Van Smith transact od business at Stanton Saturday Misses Bottle and Nora Ewen visited Miss Winnie Welch Sun dayIt is reported here that the bank at Stanton is in a very pros perous condition Misses Annie Welch and Gracie Maxwell of Rosslyn have enter ed Bowen Normal school Misses Mary Ewen and Annie Welch visited MissHelen Welch Saturday night and Sunday J A Kirkpatrick of Rosslyn has returned from a protracted trip through the western states Messrs Marion and George Welch and Durrett Ewen were callers on Morris Crook Saturday nightWillie Ewen the nimrod of the Bend has the honor of kill ing more rabbits than any other person in this part of the coun try this winter Messrs James Kirkley and James Smith of the Congleton Mountains were business visit ors here Friday On account of the bad weath er that is predicted for the month of February and March R C Welch has abandoned the idea of entering the Bowen Normal School SnowCreek 1Miss Lela Kerr seems to im prove slowly John Pigg purchased of Andy Stone a maro for 00 Jack Parker made a business trip to Winchester Monday Thos Ogden Jr made a busi floss trip to Stanton Saturday J G Vivollof Kiddville vas hero last week on business r 1 r mothIerweekDavis Hudson and wife visited relatives at Kiddville Saturday and Sunday Allen Orsborne of Spout Spring was here the first of the week on business Mrs Nora Boone of Pilot View visited her parents here the first of the week Douglas Crow has rented the Orsborne place near the mouth of Lulbegrudcreek and will move soon Sunday is regular preaching day at Log Lick and we hope to see a goodcrowdout to hear Rev PratherJames Roberts has purchased a boundary of timber land of Dock Cooper and a small boun ParIkerThos Ogden Sr has sold his farm to John Stone and will have a sale about the 16th Mr Ogden has not fully decided where he will locate We regret to lose such neighbors as Mr Ogdens family but wish them success whereever they may go and wel come such neighbors as Mr Stone in our midst Lawrenceburg Ky I Feb 4 1905 EDITOR CLAY CITY TIMKS I Dear SirIn looking over tli9 Olny0ity newfij J saw the ac count of a visit to Clay City o an old comrade of mine F M Stone of Ill I have not heard from him for forty years I waited on him when I was married He was one of time best soldiers in the Confederate army in Company H Fourth Ky I was sorry to see that one of my kin at Lexington Tuck Bush was crippled- I am glad to learn that Clay City has completed tho big bridge and that you have a new flour mill All your town needs is a little more enterprise I would like to mill there some day yet- I have just completed a big boom at Lock No5 I expect to catch much drift rails and logs hot the probability is I shall have it full of ice The old Confederates will meet in Louisville June 7j 8 and 0 I invite all Confederates to meet with us Respectfully JOIN P VAUGHN A Ouaranteed Cure For Plies Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro truding Piles Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how long standing in G to 14 days First application gives ease andrest Goo If your druggist hasnt i send boo in stamps and it will bi forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo y Kimbrell Several of Thomas Cloms chil dred are sick Mrs James Curtis has been quite sick for several days Mrs Vienna Curtis is time guest of relatives at this place was hero last Fri firmsAunt Martha Harris is sick Dr Berryman was jailed to see her last Sunday- P 0 Pryor of Spout Spring was visiting Thomas Clem and family several days last week Herman the infant child of Mr and Mrs Harlin Winburn died Tuesday the 31st of Decem ber and was laid to rest in tho Jacksons Chapel burying ground We sympathize with the parents in their loss and bereavement Ask tallY BUSINESS MANS Which Financial Institution hereabouts is conducted on at once the most conservative lib erulnnd courteous lines anti without a moments hesitation he will answer The Clay City National Bank j Clay City Ky The Rev Irl R Hicks 1905 Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac for 1905 is now ready being tho finest edition ever issued This 200f tronomy and storm weather for 1905 It is too well known to need comment See it and you willso decide The price post paid to any address is 80 cents per copy The Rev Irl R Hicks scientific religious and family Journal WORD 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 pos sible for any person or family Try and see Send to Word and Works Publishing Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo- PROFESSIONAL CARDS nn N1111nMININN 1 1NnMMEMIINLLN11n- NNDr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I Office up stlrs In the Waldron building where an experienced Practitioner may be found night prepared to execute all kinds o thigh grade work known to modern Dentistry Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLY OITV KY BR SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Guard Your health by using PURE flour only The most healthlul cereal preparation is flour and the most healthful Hour is MAXSFJELDS Best Patent and Mountain Lily Milled by water power from the very best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS is the fin est flour made but we dont expect you to take our word for it We do ask you however to try just one single wick We know It will be enough to make you u firm fast friend o- fMansfields Flour- R C MANSFIELD SON Kosslyn Ky FOR SALE BY E IyIAXWELL ClayCityKyeSPOUT Jas F McKinney returned Tuesday from a business triP belowThe Clay City Roller Mills Co has bought of B Barnett a lot of deliveredElder moved to the farm ho recently bought of Benny McKinney Elder McIntosh is a good citizen and we cheerfully welcome him into our midst amdBerry i Barnett will have a sale Thursday February 23rd and move to Ford county Illinois Among the many articles ho will offer for sale are the following Seventeen head of cattle three milk cows one pair work mules ono 2horsewawon and harness one cano mill and evaporator 125 barrels of corn 200 shocks of corn fodder two good stacks of hay farming implements house hold and kitchen furniture and farm of 50 acres The farm is one of the best little places in this community and some person will get a bargain in it Farm for Sale The place known as the Will iam Curtis farm oji the river near the mouth of Lulbegrud creek comprising 18Q across 75 acres of bottom This is ono of the best farms in this part of the county and will be sold reasona ble W J OlilUSTOPIIElt Tho man who acknowledges that he is a chump has begun to acquire wisdom COLDTO CURE IN ONE DAY rako LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists re fund tho money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25- tBlack Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY InUnslackend any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or soil at the kilns 020 Lime G5 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City THE TIMES rUIIMSHKD KVEUTTHUUSDAY n il B Burgher 1ublishcr h H Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aj Panic otherwise 75 Cents Entered AS secondclass mail mutter Thursday Feb U 1005 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we havo arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and Courier Journal 101 4 Cincinnati Enquirer 111 Louisville Commercial 75 e Home and Farm 7i A GREAT SEED FARM Sample New sweet Corn Npvelty Harllej t and Largest on Record Sent Free wIth the Great Mills Seed Book F B Mills the Seedsman of lose Hill New York is now distridutint more than half a million copies of his greatest Seed Book and with each ore he sends free of charge a snmplcpackci of his New Early Sweet Corn a we nder ful novelty being sent out this year to test in nil parts of the country The book itself is a bounty giving many hue views of his immense estab lishment which has been enlarged ear by year to lit the requirementsa rllp1 idly increasing business until it now comprises in addition to the Fairview Seed Farris and Greenhouses three de partments each of unusual interest to the public Mills Thoroughbred Poultry Farm is uptodate in every respect the main house is 050 foot long fully equipped with electric heaters which give com platy protection from frost in winter A special Poultry and Incubator Catalogue explains about this poultry farm and illustrates the ninny breeds of popular fowls that are raised there The Ginseng farm is another very in tcrestin feature of the business Mr Mills has had years of experience irtgin seng culture rind is always willing to furnish free infuriation about this growing industry A Supply Department was added re cently with tho object of furnishing his customers farm and garden imple ments household goods etc at fac tory prices Mr Mills has through years of per- sistency in strictly honest business methods gained a reputation from thousands for reliability as well as for zeal and enterprise The Vegetable Contest described in Seed Book is characteristically original and wo consider it a splendid plan as it is calculated to encourage habits of close observation 100000 will be given away in premiums June 1st This Seed Book and snmplo of corn may be had for the asking The Low At Richmond Judge Benton sustained the validity of the actof the lust Legislature in prohibiting coeducation of the races in Kentucky The demurrer of Berea College to the indictment against it for viola iionoC the law was overruled and the case will now be tried on its merits The official directory of the Catholic church for 1005 gives the Catholic population under the A merican tIng as 20558492 Of these 12407708 are in America tend 7058009 in the Philippines WANTED- A young woman widow preferred aged from 20 to 30 years willing to go to Florida as housekeeper ill a family of two man and wife Moneyadvanced for passage and must agree to stay a year at least at reasonable wages Must be an agreeable person a neat housekeeper and able to do plain cooking and milk a cow This is an easy situation a permanent home for the right person For future correspondeco address Box 142 EustIsFl ridl l Do You- Want pan Education SOME FACTS ABOUT THE CLAY CITY GRADED SCHOOL Clay City is located on the L i E rulrond1 between Lexington and Jackson Ky The Graded School I is the pride of the city and is in u prosperous condition having all enrollment of about one hundred and fifty pupils Strict discipline is enforced but it is tempered With mildness and kindness Our course of study will compare favorably with that of any graded school in the State We strive to obtain thoroughness how ever rather than asuiattering knowl edge of many things to be deep rather thun broad We shall under take no patent process by which it is supposed that untutored boys and girls may be put into a cramming machine and speedily turned out well educated fen and women Education is the product of time and hurt study If you wish your children to be well educated you should give plenty of time in which to train them AVe will teach your little children and give them the benefit of careful training in the elementary branches under nn ex perienced teacher thus laying the foundation ofa goqd education j we will take pupils in the prepara tory department and give them thorough instruction in the ordina ry brunches of an English education and wo will take more advanced students and train them in the higher studies of the regular college course including Higher Mathematics Sciences French and English Literature and will fur nisI them with Superiorfacilities for instruction in Vocaland Instru mental MuKie For further information address C W CAMPBELL Prin CLAY CITY KY SHOE SHOP REMOVED I have removed my shoo shop to Gaylords blacksmith shop where I will be pleased to see my old customers and new ones tooI WESLEY GABUETT Your Heart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has j a Weall 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 Some of the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains In the Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feetand Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No one can afford to allow a weak heart to go wltkout 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 Cure will do you good as It Is n splendid tonic for tho blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Miles New Heart Cure is sold under a guarantee that the first bottle will do you good If It doesnt your money back I was afflicted with heart trouble for three years I would be apparently all right and without a moments warning would fall Q though shot Tho attacks possessedwhere nor under what conditions I would be attacked and whether4 would survive them I consulted and was treated by nomo of the most eminent of the state Not finding re takingDrbottlelwhlcbyearsMRSJOHN wrlie to iis for Freo Trial MlleaAntIILADORATOmE4 GLJt1LUT INDf 1 II 7 4 Grand Clearance Sale Mrs J W WILLIAMS has be gun her annual Clearance ale offering aticles in Endless Variety ai astonishingly LOW PRICES Call and investigate our stock and get your share of the many BARGAINS now offered at this Store 0 s RSV eWI WILLIAMS Clay CitYKy 1 0f I Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS 1Iay City Ky J Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc I Prescriptions carefully compounded A ot + t+ + KHoH t HttHt oIFREE TO SUBSCRIBERS I OUR GREAT 1905 OFFER We have purchased a number of annual subscriptions to time SOUTHERN AomcuiruuiBT and as long as they lust we will Rive one FREE OF CHARGE to every subscriber who pays for THE TIMES a full year in advance If you are in arrears pay up now and get this val uable present If you are not already n subscriber send in your ordertat once before this great offer is withdrawn a SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST Is published at Nashville Tenn It is issued 24 times a year and the subscripton price is 50 cents It contains more reading mutter than most dollar papers and is edited by Southern men who know the needs I of Southern farmers Every issue is like n big experience meeting the farmers puestions being answered by such mien as Mnj Thins J Key i formerly Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture of Alabama and ProiAndrew SI Soule Director of the Virginia Experiment Station 1hoIHomo Department is conducted by Aunt Anne whom all readers soon t learn to love WE OFFER 8100 IN VALUE FOR CO GENTSt But you must hurry This proposition will not be held openf indefinetely CLAY CITY TIMES i Sample Copies of Southern Agriculturist FREE at Our Office L I k r 1 r THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY FEB fI 1005 LOCAL BREVITIES Miss Ratio Tiptnn hOB entered school at Grand View Tenn Miss Bertha Maple is visiting friends in Louisville this week Floyd Wills of Sage was transacting business in the city Monday There is spine talk of organ izing a local tribe of Red Men in this city T D Hall of Petra Bracken county is visiting relatives in the county Miss Luln Derickson attended the ConleeCooper wedding near WinchesterA p Next Tuesday is St Valentine day See Littlepage Son for all kinds of Valentines T J Kirk has moved from thee bottom to the rooms over his I store house on Sixth ave Ed Gilbert hits moved to Lex ington where he has a position with the Ll E railroad Judge Jas W Lilly of War saw Gallatin county is here spending a few days with his friends Judge D D Sublet of Ma gollin county is a prospective candidate for Congress in this district Subscriptions to the Southern Agriculturalist are being claim ed by a number of our cashinad vance patrons Presiding Elder E G B Mann was here Saturday and Sunday andconducted Quarterly meet ing exercises Dosie Riddell the little three yearold chid of Charlie Rid dell died on Pompei Thursday night Burial near Irvine Sun day OlayIhas a change in his alvertiso I ment in this issue whichshould be read by our patrons flIarried at the residence off Can Newkirk near West Bend Thursday February 2 Mr WillI Newkirk to Miss Nannie Tliack er Squire D D Potts offic iating Tuck Bush who suffered the loss of an arm at Lexington last whichupting along nicely and will re cover The Court of Appeals has up held the validity of the act of the last Legislature creating the I new Thirtyfirst Judicial district I composed of Knott Floyd and i Magoffin counties ILT Hovermale of French I burg has installed a newspaper and job printing plant ai Camp ton and will shortly begin the publication of a weekly newspa per there We have had some very rough weather the past week For two waating it danger us travel for both niau and beast i i I Y I d 4 P R Shimfessol of near Lox ington is visiting relatives and old friends in this county Mr Shimfessol moved to Fayette county nineteen years ago and has made a success at farming In the blue rasT county Prof H H Harris of the Beattyville High School will en tertain by reading at the City school building Friday night February 10 Half the proceeds will go to the school library Admittance for adults 25 cents j children under 12 years 10 cents Will Hall who was so seriously injured on upper Hardwicks creek an account of which ap peared in these columns last week is slowly improving and it is now believed by his attending physician Dr Littlepage that he will recover Deserved Popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles liy gently moving the bow els and acting an a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleas ant and harmleFS but pfTectlve and sure Their universal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by M Rose Yesterday was the worst day of thq year so far It rained a great deal und froze considers ble making it very slippery trav cling The prospects are now good for a tide One years subscription to the Southern Agriculturalist will be given to every subscriber of the TIMES who pays for one year in advance Auburndalo Fla Jan 1103 DR BERTRAM SMITH Clay City Ky Dear Doctor Replying to your request for a statement as to how my wife nnd I are pleased with the work you Lave done for us will say thnt it Is with much pleasure thnt 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 same Wishing you a Happy New Your and a successful one we are Verb truly Ilosslyn Ky 11 C Mansfield To MV FRIENDH Dr Bertram Smith the Clay City Dentist extracted my lowor teeth and made me a lower plate that gives me cutauythinglairdry nut If any ono wants perfectsatisfaction go to Dr Bertram Barbara Snowden To WHOM it MAY OOXCERV If you want to have your ed quickly and with hardly any pain go City1entistever saw and I cnn recommend him to my friends Mrs J W llama The City Council met in regular session last night full pro ceedings of which will appear in our next issue GIve Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly di gestedandassimnilated 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 it 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 writes usWef- eel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure de cantooour little girl when she was three years old She is now six andwe have kept it for her constantly but of course she only takes it now when any thing disagrees with her Sold by M Rose I x 4 xt fit The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a sear is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disappear before the use of this salvo as snow before the sun shine of spring Miss H M Mid dletown Thebes 111 sasII 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 Use only what you can com fortably afford in good quality and ample quantity That Tickling In the Throat One minute after taking One Min ute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It nets in the throat not the stomach Harmless good for children A1 Spofford postmaster at 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 Congh Cure too much for what it has done in our family It al ways gives relief Sold by M Hose CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist ChurchSalem first Saturday morning and Sunday following El der J T Turpin supply Powells Val Icy second Saturday Sunday EId Thompson pastor howen fourth Sat urday and Sunday Elder J T Turpin pastor fClayCltnolds pastor Hardwicks creek third Sunday Methodist Church Ilcv T 0 Craw ford pastor first Sunday preaching at Clay City morning and evening and sec ond and fourth Sunday nights second Sunday at Hardwicks creek in the morning and Saturday night preceding Third Sunday at morning and evening fourth Sunday preaching at Jacksons Chapel in the morning and- on Saturday night before Sunday school at all the churches Pres yterian ChurchSeviccs at Clay City the third Sunday at Stanton the fourth Preaching at each place both morning and evening Hcv A Irvin pastor Those people who think that money is so plentiful should be sent out collecting subscription bills STATE O CITY OK TOLKDO 89LUCASFRANK J CHENEY makes oath thnt he is senior partner of the firm of P J CHENEY tC Co doing bus iness in the City of Toledo Coun ty and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each andevery casoof CATAUUH that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATAmU1CulU FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subsid ed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1886 GLEASONEALj lic Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally andacts dirt tly on the bloodand mucous su ices of the system Send for testin nials AddressF J CHENEY CoTeledo Sold by Drugnists 76c Halls Family Tills are the hest M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY i i Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground BolledjMeal always on hanj Grinds for onesixth tole S r + + + i + ++ F + + tF+ FF++ + f33 + +fi3 + + + + + + F3 + +344tIt++ + + 4F++ IINSURE WITH SONt i Loading Insurance AgentIContuclcy 2 iThe r Over 200000000 E Represented It itheyF33333 + + F3F31p4t Ho 1t3 + Startling Facts I A E BARNETT i 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 the- mEverything from i uaper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon iBring 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 anti Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist 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 tt Laundry Agency in Connection 23Dont fail to give him a call The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Mad Wilen You Upije Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchant t kr t w tenet t Zero weather H Hutton of Kosslyn was here this week Jim Reed was a guest of G A Crabtree Sunday Mrs Belle Martin is visiting friends at Knox this week Ben F Morton visited at Green Adams the latter part of the weekWeed Adams of near Bowen is visiting V Q Martin this weekfdMrs Nannie Huff of Xena was a guest at J P Crabtrees MondayThe son of 0 B Hatton is very ill at this writing and it is thought that he will not re cover C 0 Fletcher tho hickory dealer will move his saw mill thisweek to Frozen Creek Breath ttcounty Prof Ira Profliit of Xena be gan subscription school at Chop Chestnut Monday with a large attendance The dwelling of 0 B JLitton was burned last Friday together with all the household and kitch en furniture The school at this place closed on January 28th Speeches and dialogues made up the program which was well actedRed Top Vaughns Mill Miss Pollie Bush was the guest of Miss Madgo Gravett Saturday nightBorn to Mr and Mrs Tom McKinney Friday February 3rd a tine boy Bill Hall who fell over a cliff I while after a sheep last week is slowly improving Miss Ida Hays who has been visiting relatives at Clay City has returned homo John Hall who has been in Tennessee for some time has re turned to see his father Mr J R Skidmore who has been sick for some time we area are sorry to say is no better I THE its life from digestedHealthy blood the troubles arise from car Icatnese in eating and stomach disorders the entire system Improp masticated f sours on the stomarhlcausing distressing I and nanca- i When overeating is persisted m the stomach becomes and worn out and dyspepsia claims the victi- mThodfords BlackDraupht cures 8ia It frees Q congestedI 1I new life The stomach is quickly finvigorated and the natural stimulation results inn goodS appetite with the power to thoroughly t r digest food- You I can your stomach I with this mild natural Try Thedforda Black Draught today You can buy a package from dealer for c he docs not keep it send tho money to The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn and a package be moiled you THDFORDSD1CKDRAUGHT i I ti t il Value Douglas of Montgomery county is visiting his cousin Mrs Sam Wells on Little Creek Mr It C Kenhon who hits heed no the sick list for some time we are sorry to say is worseMr Pete Shimfesscl of near Lexington is the guest of his brother William Shimfessel on Little Creek We think there will ho a wedding on the creek right soon from the way some of the boys are uhstling around Sunday is meeting day at the Methodist church We hope to see a large crowd as there hasnt been preaching there for some timeRay Burgher who lived near Vaughn Mill has moved into the house with his fatherinlaw John Hiley on R T Kennons place To all persons paying in advane may get the Southern Agricultu ralist one year free Waltersville We are having some awful bad weather here this week Everett Mofield and wife visit ed the formers brother last Fri day Miss Bessie Mastin is visiting Miss Agnes Bradley of Clank County this week The singing given at 0 W Ens ters Tuesday nightwas well at tended and all report a nice timeThe party given at Bill Bakers last Thursday night was well at tended and all present report a nice time Misses Lizzie and Lucy Mastin who have been visiting in Clark county forseveral days have returned home Misses Ida and Stella Clemons- of Virden visited their cousin Miss Sallie Patton from Satur day until Monday Miss Lucy Fisher of Snow Creek who has been visiting her sister Mrs D D Potts for sev oral days has returned home One years subscription to the Southern Agriculturalist will be given to every subscriber of the TIMES who pays for one year in advance For Sale A nice six room one nnd onehalf story frame dwelling with two lots in the eastern port of the city House just completed Will sell to right parties on easy terms J E Bunouc- nJeffersonville Mrs Mary Hammonds is re ported as no better Wm Smith has been on the sick list for several days and is on better Mr J Willoughby who has been sick so long is no better worseWe had two weeks of pretty severe winter weather but was milder on Saturday Mr J M Myers who was re ported on the sick list last week wo are glad to know is out a gain isstillFloyd Congleton on Brush CreekMrs W A Tanner and daugh ter Mrs Lulu Campbell visited the family of G B Martin Sat urday I George Kirtley had a sale bf Saturdayintendlug make that state his future homo Assembly meeting commenced on Friday night to continue ten days Several preaching breth yeti are expected from distance Messrs GB Martin and W W Stevenson returned Friday night from an extended trip to the mountains on business They bought twelve head of cattle e leven head of hogs und nearly one hundred pieces of fur WHAT THE GIRLS WILL WEAR According to Marian Ker t who writes on fashions for young girls In the March New Idea Magazine the dainty dresses for this spring end summer are to bo made of silkfinished mohair lans down batiste and eollenne besides the soft silks and the sheer fabrics Hand work in its charming simplicity still supersedes elaborate trimmings and very many dainty frocks ore made entirely of the material utterly devoid of trimming nnd depending solely for decoration on the exquisite workmanship in the form of hardrun tucks shirring fagoting piping etc Yokes cut round pr square are to bo used a gaeut deal and the drop yoke ns well ns berthas and epaulets will keep the broadshouldt rd effect still prominent The skirts are to lm still full according with the prevalent 1330 ideas in clothes Everything that can be done to a sleeve will be in fasnion and puffs shirring and ruffles will hinder the very rapid arrival of the legomutton which is again com ing to view 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE r r TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and deeorlDtlonma qnleklr ascertain our opinion free bother an 111Oommunleatlon patenulatenta Innotice without charge In the Scientific Hmtrl an- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tnreest cir culation of any denude journal Term 13 a year i four month 11 Sold by all newsdealer Yorkaranch II A SWELL SHOE made in al- fleathers and styles THIS is ONE A Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Full 04 a full Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small Fruits ShrubsI and every timing for Orchard nnd Garden Descriptive Catalogue on H F Hilleivmeyer Wattersons Letters 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Nos3 nndJ inakeclose connection for Cannel City and points tho Hallway dally except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect A Junction with nt for MtSterlinc and local points J BAKU Gen Manager 1 ex A nt 0 k K 20 20 on 0 R K at L E O R OnAa Gen m THE Bank ISCOKIOKATED N II WiTiiEitspooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit tho accounts of individ Gals liras and corporations 848 Clay City Hotel a J II EATON Prop Table supplied with thebeytthe murkeri of olds Everything neat and cleln Rates SloOperday DeWitts Hazel I WITH pffdsv + whr ars k WHAT YOU EAT The 100 b the 2M tlmnlherIht which Mill far SO watt IUD ONLY AT Tae E C DaWITT CHICAGO SOW BY M Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine SCOTTI Winchestei Witch Salve IFor Piles Burns Sores IOIClApfice35D DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTScontains LAMIATOIY COMPANY ILL nOSEIIrTo Cera 1 Ila Two Days on Jf