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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l THE LAY CITY TIMESt t 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the SnrrounJing Country anJ Ourselves f E Burgher Publisher VOGrXI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY II 1905 NO 2 nnNotice All persons indebted to this i paper aie kindly requested to pay up us the publisher is antici f pitting ft business venture that will require all the money owing us and more too We have sew oral hundred dollars out on job work advertising and subscrip tion which is small to the differ ent persons who owe such indebt edness but if all paid in would ho much to us Start the new year right by owing the printer nothing False Alarm Some excitement was produced Saturday night when tho alarm of fire was sounded and a blaz ing light Wus seen in tho Metho dist church In making prepar utions for the service fires were started in both stoves and before the congregation be gan to assemble Prentiss arrivedand started to replenish the fire in one of the stoves when the pipe fell down and carried with it the top section of the stove This made an open firr ESTABLISHED 1890 National Bank I IICapitalThis bunk solicits your account and promises that nil bus iness entrusted with us will receivo that attention that will protect your interests and offers every courtesy consistent with sound bunking that has given satisfaction to our cus M toiiiuib for so many years paid on PER Correspondence CENT per annum Il1l1tIClay Gify yIIt SHIMFBSSBLS Clay Citys Leading Store i The store where you have been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual LARGE STOCKo- f General Merchandise soiling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable GOAds At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a t of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact nil Summer Goods are included These though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Fall Stock fbisisa chance for you if you need any of these goods School Books Full Line of the newly Adopted Books and other School Requisites kept always on hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city SHIMFESSELS I RELIANCE MFG Go Winchester Ky We Manufacture Sash Flooring delays Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandns Pi9ket8 Stairways Shingles and Etc StoreFronts evening Pastor Interest goods School e We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Rooting and Etc r Send us Your estimatesr 4 Prompt Shipment K t 0- S l k i- c I C I which from tleoutside looked like the house must be in a blaze The stove was carried out and all dangers of a fire averted but no services wore held that night pipefromhis right hand badly burned Bank Officials Elected At a meeting of the stockhold ers of the Clay City National Bank Tuesday January 0 the following directors were elected M H Courtney J F Cox Ohas Scott John D Atkinson A 1I Whitt In the afternoon on the same day the directors held a meeting and elected M H Court ney President Chas oashier1Theyear except A TVhitt is made Cashier in the place of J F Vex who has become President of tho BankMrwith the bank as Assistant Cash For Clay City Times Dignams For 75 ier for a while and is there fore fully acquainted with the Cashiers He is a man of sterling qualities and fine ability and will keep the hank in the same splendid condi tion it enjoys Read These Prices Mens Heavy Fleeced UnderIwear per suit Womens Heavy Fleeced Un derwear per suitiiOBest calico mercerized 0 7 Cakes Soap 2 Loaf Sugar per Ib 8 Childrnns Union Sufts2550ct Embroidered Linen Handkerchi f iJO Wine of Oardui per bettlelit Lydia Pinkhams Compound DO Nutmegs 10 for 5 J B Eaton t r wwtor t YOU FOB jA Farm and 1 V contains the latest of Federal of fashions Fiction by the authors timely articles by in shot is a first class and home political Published The Valley designed for the by timely subjects ubound in each number It tueetic economy and personal factson beauty iw du Published monthly only 75c and The Valley quite duties now Suets per yd Brown experts homo More Cement Clay In Powell If all reports true cement clay has been found in large on the farm Thom as Welch near Kosslyn i miles northeast from this place the Portland cement clay found on the farm of Mrs It A Bo hannan and pronounce it to be exactly the same That the cement clay is in to justify the expense of is beyond a doubt Great excitement prevails and judging from the report that is through anythingbutPowell County Cloaks and Skirts Big drive Ii tt two itins ttt very close prices Mrs J William Silk Sale Big rclu tiou in pries on al silks excepts Black Mis1 W Williams r tmUl1trJ Ji I Iri ItlC SWbi m 9t iIf ONCEYC Our Extra OrdInary Offer M1 IJi1 u JT h t Ift JJ MIWILL BE MAILED EACH MONTH IIONE YEAR FOR ONLY 25 CENTS P The Farm and Home Sentinel The Home Sentinelestablisthed 2 experience cjiscoveriesby I departmentdiscussingete best it D illustrated farm paperyNom semimonthly The Valley Magazine Magazine is depurtmspeciulwriters on t inlcon conversation etc FiVe flagazlne Jlagazlne business are quantities of clayfound quantities developing demonstrated Dignams Magazine Dignams Magazine is the latest success in the magazine field It has un attraciio emir in J three colors louseIholdAgricultural Epitomist The Epitomist the distino W titmi of bring the only aTJilfi i P 11Eio Uc 1 world that is actually edited and printed on u fe farm On its GoOacre farm nenr Spencer ladu force of practical ap to date munch are constantly egaged in experiments in all lines y of agriculture the reports of which appear exelu sfeJ B ely in this publication In addition more conIdtributopaper The Clay City Times comggPI ClayCltyM WITHIN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER THIS UNIQUE COMBINATION Pi iR To both old and new subscribers wo make this offer at great expense the TIMES ever ready to ee F A weeklyj lust Fill Out This Coupon Plainly and send It Direct To The Clay City Times The Farm Home Sentinel Agricultural Epitomis- tflll cents here going I Agrcultural enjoys experimental ITHEPlease send the Clay City TIMES to me for twelve months forMwhich I enclose 75 cents with the understanding that I am to receive 4MrCommence delivery r Address I i This Offer May Be Withdrawn at Any Time So Act at Once X c SPOUT SPRING Tlios S McKinney visited rel atives in Olark county last week L R Burgher formerly of this phico has bought a farm in Clark county Levi Curtis has purchased of the heirs the Joseph Spry place near here for live hundred dollarsMoses McKinney and W J Christopher Jr visited their aunt Mrs Eliza Ginter at Cot h ge huh lust week Pastor George W McIntosh preached at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday A fail crowd was out Sunday to hear him v Charlie Crow and family of Indiana who have been visiting his mother Mrs Emily Crow andother relatives for sometime have returned Gov ailsound minded Chief Executive in his message to the State Leg isiuliuu opposes the spending of public money for the education of the negro He contends that the negro bscomes more criminal us he acquires education This is an observant fact that that is the sase with the majority of the rage vlterevcr they may be found Bows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F J CIIEXEY tL Co Teledo O- We the undersigned haveknown F J Cheney for the last 15 years und hljUcvo loom perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fi nun t4tsy able to carryout any ob ligations made by his firm U ALDIXO KIHXAX fc MAKVIX v i Wnf Druggists Teledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nuily acting directly upon the bbod and mucous surfaces of the system TestimonialH sent free Jrieo 75c per bottle Sold by till druggists 1i tiiiilj Iiiin rut con stipation PUBLIC SALE OF FiourIVIillA THURSDAY FEB 1 06 The above property is a new Full Roller Proouis Millwith Corn- Meal attachment in n now frame building erected for this purpose It was first put in operation March 4 1005 and the Flour Department hasnt been run altogether more than three week and the Meal De partment has been run but little BO It is virtually a new mill The Flour made by this mill in equal to the best and the yield is good It is equipped with a 35 hp Bailer nod 30 h p Engine the building is Steam Heat and hits its own E Jectric Light Plant The Sale will be conducted on the premises be ginning at 10 oclock A M Terms The Mill Building fixt ures and all appurtenances will be sold for i cash i in six and J in 12 months the purchaser to give npten with approved security and lien on mill with G per cent inter est from date J FMcKINNEY Pres Clay City Roller Wills Co Inc yyrhrysd1 Vi iMt THE TIMES rUIILISIIED EVERY THCnSUAV 1D UurQhcr Publisher u u Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered liB secondclass nail matter Thursday January 11 190f CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Fnrm 75 The Governors Message The message of the Gov sub mitted to the Legislature is a straightforward document says the CourierJournal in which he repeats several of his old sugges tions and ollers several now ones He advises careful investiga tion of all departments of the State Government He declares that the present rate of taxation is insufficient and informs the Assembly that it must devise means to obviate a probable deiicit in the revenues particulaly if it is its purpose to make additional appropriations during this session The first work of the General Assembly he sug gests should he given to the con sideration of the questions of in creasing the revenues or reducing the expenses His own recom mendations for appropriations ho explains are made condition ally that the revenues permit them My He desires that the law shall be so amended as to require thnt the county shall pay onehalf the allowance for pauper idiots beI fore the State shall be called on I to pay the other half or if this bo not dune that the Feeble minded Institute be enlarged and the pauper idiots be sent there He renews recommendation that the management of this in stitute and the three asyluuis for the insane be placed in the hands of n State board of control to be appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate He wishes that the prison commissioners instead of being elect ed by the Legislature shall bo appointedThe of his recommendation regarding education is contained in the sentence that this General Assembly should consider not the appropriation of moro money but such im provement in the school system as will bring forth more valuable results from the large amout al ready spent for such purposes He makes a deserved commen dation of the work of the Geological Survey He proposes the establishment by the state of a homo for the cure and treatment of consump tives He advises the revision of the law governing the public print ingHe would have important leg islation for the regulation of in surance He is desirous that steps betaken to curb the extravagance and recklessness of our system of criminal prosecutlonST Among other recommenda tions one of the most important is that for a reform of our juris prudence He recognizes the fttct that tholaV iiffords too many loopholes for the escape of the guilty I suggest as onerome dy he says that you adoptthe practice followed in the Federal courts and by most pf the States in their courts and provide that in the trial of any offence the jury shall merely pass upon the guilt or innocence of the defend ant and if found guilty that the court shall fix the penalty sub ject ofcourse to the limitations prescribed by law This would reduce at least half of the num her of hung juries for it is undoubtedly true that the majority of the juries which disagree do so upon the question of the amount of the penalty to be imposed and not upon the question of guilt or innocence The judge who hears the case impartially who knows the law and who should be freer from bias excitement than any one is the proper person to de termine the penalty This is not an experiment but works well in all the courts which have tried it It would also be a great sav ing of expense to the Common wealth in reducing considerably time number of hung juries For Sale or Rent House of several rooms in good repair Apply at this office for information How often it happens that the cream of society is made up of people Who have money but are unable to remember how they got it neopt4-D We THE kY Ifg GR21AT MFDlCINF REVIVO I RESTORES VITALITY a Well Man 1 ofMeIaet I I rtnI t n ntf 10 puworluaysuJUwca t suaaiiiotheratsIL louse men win regain their lost mmboodBndoM then will recover their youthful Tleor by tuloc REVIVO It QUlckI1Itunrcrrealorellenou neu Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emliiloni Lost Power Ftllinz Memory Waiting Dlieiui tad ill effect of lelfubnn or oTcezsuril IniJIeersMw whlehunlltOUefOrlltud1b0s1DeIcnum1Iae1I1ao tag back tho pink glow to pale cheeks aadro storing the flro of youth It wareS off inualty and Consumption Insist on having KEVIVOna other II can be earned in Test pocket Dy malt 8100 per package or Bit tor 8500 with port live written tramrantea to oar or rafaad the money nook and adrlie tre Addrets lOYAl CO Made IdingC herr Stilo iu Cltty City Ky By B Littlepage Son Talea For PairtI AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands lllce opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In- creasIng the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to relievo pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They win also by their calming act ion on tho nerves almost Instantly relieve such distressing feelings as DZ zlncca drCclnos3 Indigestion Irritability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by persevering In their use you do away with the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are guar anteed that first papkage will benefit or your money back Never sold in bulk DrMllesAntlIhavobadspelllache caused by catarrh until six years Pllletheme relief Since then I have not hadone hard attack dUllcultroEOSAUNDERS FREE torFreeTrlallPacluure nemrdYtorSpecialist will diagnose your case tell Itloree JIt v L 0 It will be to Your Ad vantage tosee0uriAssorfmentss in i1Wool Dress Goods Wash Dress Goods Victoria Dress Linings Silks Black Taffetas and Peau d Soles White Goods- Household Lls Dress Linens Ginghams Percales Prints Domestics Dress Skirts Lace Curtains Window Shades Fan Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Shirts Underwear Notions Gloves and IIosilry- Handkerchiefs UmbrellasR The Dress Goods House i IofClay City I ml =a I IIIISIJI W WILLIAMS KentuckyA f The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Roiis And Flakiest Biscuit Are Mmlo When You UIIOtPearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Otber Every Sank Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading iMerthanN e v K t+oHz+ ++4 + t+ +t +ot ++ott tot ++++ ++ IlVSUIiK WITH + f F A LYON SON 1 I Tho Losedin Iiihmrmioe A gontsrs 4 ul JiuHtdru ll oiituolcv J l + ++ i1 iOver200oOOooo I+ + i+ Represented 2f Every one who knows anything about insurance know 1 they are leaders in this line + K + ++ zH t+cn+ +Ho+ ++ Jo ++++ 4 POLKA DOT CANS BEAUTIFY Y0URJI0ME jTN 1 I t1II1V7 Iorud TI M wr atT QrMtrwr = 1yr IWII TM b 11I+ W = TaN = M M N = p =yA until Investment In paint Adds giettly 10 the rape std booty ol your propcrt too 01hI Bohlr you pinibuy only AIIfj 4 rtlUOn why a rcwo very hoeeu lInier t oWl iIfheLifrofr Tae Oil PIIUl ndihejvrwijfiofei toodcul hiobujr It fresh and to reedymixtoe even nod rctton we know B Littlepage ex Son KINLOCrtCOIlPANY 1 i r J r CLAY CITY ICYY THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPE- RTHUhsIA V JAN 11 1000 LOCAL BREVITIESj rv fFredTipton and wife of Ford ore visiting relatives pear the t t cityWhpth writing dates have you learned to make it six instead of live Our City Graded school is progressing very nicely since the holidays The coldest weather of the winter has been experienced the past few days B L Bruner the huxter man was picking up produce in these parts Saturday Just received a1 new line of Fine Footwear for men women and children J B Eaton Our Photographer John W Henry has sold his prperty in this city to his soninlaw 0 0 Eaton 0 0 Eaton has returned to his business at Somerset after Spending a couple of weeks with home folks I Lennio Crow has rented the Walters farm across the river from A 0 Barnes and moved to same Saturday The first snow of any conse quence fell on Monday when the ground was coveted by six inches of the beautiful Thus Ogden Sr has bought the W G Everman property at West Bend for 800 and will o pen a store there Mrs D 0 Bloom is quite ill with stomach trouble but is somewhat improved from her condition last week- W Mr and Mrs Fletcher Barnettw el are the possessors of a new girl baby which arrived at their home early Tuesday morning Mrs J B Blackburn of Stan ton is spending the winter with her daughter Mrs Minnie Thomas at Jacksonville Fla Clifton the little twoyearold son of Mr and Mrs Fletcher Barnett who has been quite sick the past week is now on the mend J 0 Douglas and bride of I Sharpsburg George Douglas and sister Miss Jennie of North Mid dletown are visiting relatives in the county E B McGlone has moved to the residence of John Clmflin on Sixth street It will be remembered i that Mr Clmflin moved to Louisville some two months ago W S Niblack of near Win chester was here Friday on business and was the guest of his brother 3E Niblack He wag accompanied by his little son Jake Wacknowledge receipt through the mail 150 on subscription from W G Blanton Waco KY 50 cents from Qilbert Martin Muir Ky and others too numerous to mention here TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qui nine Tablets Druggists fund money titffils to cure E W GROVES Biguature is on each boas v 5ov4 lqftv I i I 1 r1 J iI f L From a slight observation wore inclined to think that some liquor is being imported to Olay City but through strict attention to duty on the part of our officers we believe none is being sold in the city In the election of Mr J H ORear City Oferk last week the Council could not have selected a more capable or deserving man He will give the duties of the office that careful attention it so much needs in an uptodate business like manner Quarterly meeting services were held with the Methodist church Sunday morning and Sunday night Presiding Elder E G B Mann of Lexington did tile preaching and delivered two very interesting sermons Lost in Clay City Gray Duck rain coat somewhere between my place of busi ness in Clay City and 0 0 Ea tons residence There was a rip on the collar told a pair of new yarn gloves in the left pocket Finder will please return to J W Henry Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of W 34th St New Yorkat one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure it until T u pd Buck lens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns und sores 25u at SwannDay Lbr Cus store George White started Friday morning for Hudson Illinois to reside in the future Mr White had been in Illinois for more than two years when he left there the last of Novembor and canto but to Kentucky thinking he would likely remain here but at the last decided to return there where he has a good position Talking of old Kentucky the report of Coroner Hoffman of Chicago for eleven months of 1005 shows that in that city luring this time the enormous num ber of 187 killings with not one executed for murder and not one even convicted In Chicago it seems that lynch law would beat no law at all Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern re quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr lungs Nt W Life Pills They are just what you teed to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At Swann Day Lumber Cos store 2oc guaranteed That man who profits by wrongdoing always has an excuse for it If you want to always be on time keep your watch in goodrepair See Webb There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jeweler and silver smith and let him fix itAll work guaranteed For Sale Fine Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is rich river bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New welling tenant house tnd all nee essary out buildings Six good springs on the place convenient to sohoolandetc i plenty of timber to keep fence up on the place will grow corn wheat tobaoco and eVe erything else raised in the State Will be sold as the whole t r divid ed in two tracts This is a rare n For parttiQular call on 1fTE IiUROHER Clay City Ij IisTEIEII5JI i WHEN YOU SHOOT III You wont to lilt what ybu are aiming at bo It bird beast or taret Mate your ehoti count by sbootin the STEVENS For Jens STEVEVS ARMS have- canled oft PREMIER HONORS for ACCURACY Outline Rifles SHuns Pistols Atfc your Dealer In aa on IboST5VLIS 11701 cannot obtain we tblp direct rr f fry nrd upon erlort3Iprlr atartparof commie outnot A flux ielx oceiterer ono Gar present tad prove tine shooters Beautiful threerolor Aluminum Ilnger will J be forwarded for to cents in stamps J Stevens Arms Tool Co- P 0 Box 4098 CmCOPBH FALLS MASS IT SA Even disagreeable peopleserve a good purpose for they teach us how not to be- Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague iind Malaria can be relieve ed und cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of c plil benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driving it entirely out of the system It is much to be preferred to Quinine buying none of this drugs bud aftereffects E S Mnnriny of Henrietta Tix writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters which saved his life At SwannDay Lumber Cos store price 50o guaranteed A clergyman asserts that a man who receives more than 25000- salary is a thief It was Senator Jc of Ohio who said twenty years nothatno honest man could accumulate more than 50000 00 in a life time The editor is free from either impu tation to a certainty- A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding files Druggists are authorized to refund money If PAZO OINT MENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days 50c MARRIAGES Mr John W Woods and Miss Julia McIntosh were married Wednesday January 8 at the home of the brides father Mr Albert McIntosh near Fox Estill county Miss McIntosh former ly lived in this county A Grim Tragedy- is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in each one another victim of Comsumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley of Oaklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Dis covery for ConsumptionCoughs Colds which cured her and today the is well and strong It kills the germs of all diseases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50o and 8100 by SwannDay Lumber Cos store Trial bottle free i Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings i two never failing springs Price 8000 one half cash This is a snap that will soon betaken up J E BUBQHKR town Property for Sale Tyco cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots backVdf Presbyters an church Will bo sold at a bar 1ainR4MBailey tr fi Startlingacts A E BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Leads 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 tli g you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them Everything from i Gaper 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 clorko lire at your 6ei vice We hold the field in Tanbark and TitS 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 Black Creek Lime Works R S 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 eell at thu kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Hilei meyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fall of 1005 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grare vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but fell direct to the planter M BAILEY Mercian and Cu- stomMILLER I CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on haul Grinds for onesixth toll oWIW fIt a1Y J Fir MNSUU1aI5 1is t r J u JIIE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiEKsrooy Pros Capital Stock 200000- Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of indiviii aals firms anti corporations 84S C F DANIEL GLftY CITY KY Dealer In Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fat Chick ens Eggs and kinds Poultry 4 Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop X Table supplied with the best the markert affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 150perday 1EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSIAnyone eenolng iketen and description mar an blOCommunltlonutrtatloonlldentiaL Nn free Oldest te artqtaken tbrougb Mann 3 vo reeelYI taI tsotlu without charga In the Scientific Jfmerkan A handsome lllnrtratM weekly Largest err culation of LOT olentuia fonrnaltTerm 13 a rear t tour month L n UNl Coyits i NewY2rk- f t ht1WCf About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen oft Broadway Augusta Ga I suffered with 5J blind sick headaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried IWINE CAROUt I V Womans Relief v I immediately commenced to improve and Xs now I feel like a new woman and wish to Nk recommend it to all sick women for I WRITE know it will cure them as it did me US Cardui is pure medicinal extract ofv vegetable herbs which relieves regulates femaleand frankly describingfemale your symptoms we will functions tonesUptheorgans couiMer your case and give of healthsealed tO a proper Stateyou free advice In plain envelope Dont hesitate but Try it for yOUr trouble write today Address Ladles Ad drusilst sells Itvisory Dept The Chattanooga Math Evell dne Co Chattanooga Tenn S 100 bottles Snow CreekIXiinia puss ilafi vtry quietly in this part of the wools J G Vivion of Kiddville visited his inuthur here Christmas day Altnh and Harvey Vivion vis iicd relatives at Kiddville till Juter part of the week Willie Kerr who went to Illi nois some tints ago is visiting relatives and friends here this week Douglas Crow gave the young folks u hop Saturday night which was well attended and enjoyed allSolomon Martin and wife of Winchester visited the formers mother at this place through the holidaysUndo Croen Spry has rent ed mid moved to the J D Kerr place We are glad to have such neighbors us Mr Spry in our midst Mirnace We are having some nice winter weather Miss Biddie Billings visited her sister Mrs Ida Birnos Tuesday Mr and ilrs G D Howell vis ited relatives at Fitch burs last week visitIeSunday Mr and Mrs G WLyle Jr PROFESSIONAL CAllUS MbMOa M WIya SN4NNNNUIIM4N Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY omce up stairs In the Central Note V i t where an experienced Practitioner may be Sunday and night prepared to execute all kinds a hlgji grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PLY OITV KY L B RSMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON tru CLAY CITYKY i nnd family G W Lyle Sr Mr nnd Mr n 0 Nor hip Misses Mabel Nexvkirk Ulydc Wiormnn and Myrtle Fnuglit vis ited Mr and Mrs Allen Shouse SundayA of twentyfive of their friends gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs G W Lyle Jr Saturday night and spent a very pleasant evening About 9 oclock the company be gan to speak of some boxes they had brought along which were said to contain many good things to t3inpt the appetite and we folks having an abundant supply of the aforesaid were not at all slow in arranging on the table the contents which was a sight most pleasing to the eye We had splendid time and after supper Rpeut some time in socinl enjoyment together We took our dc parture at 112 oclock wishing them many happy returns of the dayAs gay a crowd as one could rfuesIdnjcrooked a rOd as they could find After traveling for a good ways Alice and Warner two noted coon dogs gave a few loud baits just above us on u dill then there was a calm all made breathless haste to get there first expecting nothing short of two coons and a possum We got to the dogs only to find them I busy scratching rod barking in a hole under a large rock Burl nt once cut a long stick and handed it to John who at once began to twist whatever it might be out Morgan said jf it is a coon I want it and if it is a wildcat John and Burk may have it After a few minutes work John twisted whatever it might ho1 out which proved only to be a small rabbit which he at once gtvo to Alice and Burner To tell the experience in full would be to lengthy but to make the story short we enjoyed a splendid hunt We arrived home about 10 oclock and a more wea ry and wobegono crowd would be hard to find The crowd was com posed of Messrs John Newkirk BurltBillings Morgan Wierman and Misses Nortie and Nannie Bet Billings Mabel Newkirk and Mrs MyrtieFaught Every thing in Readytowear Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats at r rt Mre1 W Williarw sketch Of thut fU Inatv- vYdiishjn I s 4 ing sport iceskating is the sub sect chosen for the frontispiece in the February New Idea Woman Majniine Norah Anderson dis eiipses in nn entertaining article The Management to Private The atricaln The first of a series of tales of mystery and adventure From the Career of CliveRayncr appears in this number ThnWullr of Jerico is a story byMnbe daft Deering of agirl who after many disappointments makes her woy with her penn as a result of much hard work and perseverance A pathetic glimpse into u child heart balanced by touches of humor which has quaint surroundings af ford are told of in the story A Beneliclent Misfit by Sarah Puth Quigley Other articles in this number are Two Women Inven tors by Julia D Cowles The History of a Papilio Turnua Butter Hy by Ellen Robertson Miller andIJ he New Hand Arts by May H Northend Harriet Mattin adds another practical talk to business women In the distribution of suitable verse and stories the chil dren have not been forgotten Two food animal stories willappeal mrticularly to the young leader The special article on dress deals with rain and dust coats several drawings indicating the latest mod ifications in these torments A boy is most as miserable over learning tojsmoke as he is over ranting to begin T FEELING fl LIVERISH This MorningTAKE I A Gentle Laxatives p And Appetizer 4rr mm IIf You ARE Half the timo when a man im agines he is having fun it is only because he forgetting misery Removal Notice On or before November 15th Dr Bertram Smith the Dentist will move his office to the fine roomup stairs in the Central Ho tel innox next door to tile exchange on main street in order to get better light and will fit up the most complete Dental Office in Eastern Kentucky Notice to HuiVve All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspnra on any lands belonging to the undersignedB Other 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