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I Mfr l- i THE CLAY CITY TIMESi 4 J 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay Ci ythe Surrounding Country and Ourselves T E Burgher Publisher VOL XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY 25 1900 NO 4 Notice All persons indebted to this paper are kindly requested to anticswill require all the money owing us and more too We have several hundred dollars out on job work advertising and subscrip tion which is small to the differ ent persons who owe such indobt edness but if all paid in would be much to us Start the new year right by owing the printer nothing We have for small farm well located hut it must cheap Cash will paid for the right kind of place For apply at this office and J 0 M Day have their new R eight miles of the way They have built depot at Pine miles this side of I I Ir J ESTABLISHED I8SO I I Capital Clay 5000000 City This bank solicits your account and that all bus mops with us will receive that that will protect your and offers every wih sound that has given to our so imtny years pest Interest paid on at the rate of PER CENT per annum invited on eveery line ofv Ky l The store where you have been for the past twen ty years with the most results is still in the field with the usual to the Best the Be of Goods at the Best Prices This means of Many Dollars in a Little While Am now out AT COST j of nice Dress Goods and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are These goods now must be sold to make room for our New Fall Stock This is for you if you need any of these goods Full Line of the newly School Books School kept on hand 38 Goods to nil parts of the Ky We Sash doors Ceiling 1 Blinds f Pickets Etc Store a purchaser a be be a further information RailroadOperation Floyd Natural Bridge Campton Railroad completed a Ridge four Campton I IClay City National Bank Kentucky urplus6OOOOOI promises entrusted attention interests courtesy consistent bunking satisfaction customer for Savings Deposits THREE compounded semiannually Correspondence Banking Clay City National Bank Clay Ciiy SHtMFESSJLS Clay Citys Leading Store dealing Satisfactory LARGE STOCKo- f General Merchandise selling People Quality a saving Seasonable Gods At Cost closing a Summer Millinery included though seasonable a Ichance School Books Adopted andother Requisites always Telephone delivered city SHIMFESSELS RELIANCE MFG Go Winchester Manufacture Flooring Weatherboarding Varandas Stairways Shinglesand Fronts We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing V Flintoid Roofiing r and Etcfy I Send us Your estimates I U Prompt 7Shipmentsza t t Y Ft rfetfifrnfi 4 and opened traffic on the new road The road is a narrow guage and will be completed to Campton when Spring opens Prom the start made the traffic promises to be very large and profitable Death of Mrs D C Bloom Mrs D 0 Bloom died at her home in this qity Wednesday January 24 after several days illness of complication of diseas csShe was last week removed to the hospital at Lexington in hopes of improvement but to no avail She leaves a husband and two children Funeral services will be con ducted at the Presbyterian church this morning Burial at Vaughns Mill Christian Church Summer In Winter Sundayweregust having a very Springlike appearance and the sweet notes cents v tI JIy of the Spring bird were to he heard in the trees The weather prevailed in all of the United being even warmer in parts of the North in Kentucky It be gan raining here Monday which was followed by and more wintry Read These Prices Mens Heavy Fleeced Under per suit85ctsWo- mens Heavy Fleeced Un derwear per 50 Bestcalico mercerized peryd 7 Cakes Brown Soap25Sugar per Ib S Ohildrnns Union Sl1its2550ct Embroidered Linen Handkerchi f 30 of Oardui per bottle 00 Lydia Pinkhams Compound 90 Nutmegs 10 for B Eaton muddyday followingR Lexingtonbought 1to Our SIGN IFarmDignams Magazine The Valley MaSazinen IAgricultural Epitomist BE MONTH IONE YEAR FOR ONLY 25 CENTS I The Farm and Home Sentinel Farm and Sentinel estublisthed contains experience of 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steers 900 at 30 a of heifers at Winchester W W311 m Wr lrW i 1iJy tL l 1 ttiill11l BfJiM liM tli 1 fcm r v b WILL MAILED YOU FOR j Home 1822 the and by live H by the best by it is a and by on each the in duet 75 t 1 some wear J The und first and and The was and as were and by wce had and left and for Ibs and was some E Ibs Ibs and and ties es lbs and lot gib 1o EACH 53 Dignams Magazine j Imng11zlnet hold contains articles on art music literature and pictures galore Published Agricultural Epitomist 1 The cultural Epitomist enjoys the distinp M of being the only agricultural paper in the J fHfSpencer Inda force of practical uptodate men ore constantly egaged in experiments in all lines of agriculture the reports of which appear sively in this publication In addition more ft a score of the best writers in the country contribute regularly to its columns As its name the articles are all brief concise and full r of It is without doubt one of the best If not best monthly farm paper in the country So The Clay City Times reeds no describing It stands preeminently as the leading weekly of Powell County It com principlesinow as past City all of Powell county and her people as WITHIN THE NEXT THIRTY WE OFFER UNIQUE COMBINATION To both old and newsubscribers we make this offer at great expense the TIMES ever ready to se cure the best possible for its readers If you appreciate clean journalism both in your week ly newspaper and the magazine you take into your home you should appreciate this oiler Jolt Fill Out Thii Coupon Plainly and Send It To The Clay City Times FiVe For only 75c The Clay City Times Farm and Dignams Jlagaztae The riagazliie Agricultural All For t- y Ii N warm parts weather suit 0 Loaf 5 latest Non special Court hand thejliead lot cents Lyman 9 Solomon 2 170 Wiel sold each each Democrat every beautiful monthly Agr tinm exclu than S implies meat the well DAYS THIS honest Direct Home THE OLA Please IIClavwhich I one years subscription to The Farm and Home Sentinel Dignams Magazine The Valley Magazino and The Agricultural Epitomlst Am you a new or old subscriber Name Commence deliveryh Address Tint Offer May Be Withdrawn at Any Time So Act at Once f 0TI t J 1 SPOUT SPRING Shelt McKinney wss in Clarl county two days last week on businessMr Mrs Jasper Todd of Ruckerville are visiting rel atives near here T S McKinney was below a couple of days last week on II business missionI prentisslWIIS his1regular J F McKinney had a very valuable mule to die last week of pneumonia He had refused 175 00 for the aninfal Asa Todd has rented an eighth section of land in Missouri and will go there March 1 thand cultivate a crop of corn tint summer Ho is not moving there and will be back after his crop is made The move if merely an experiment with Mr Todd and he has no idea of selling his two good farms here and locating permanently in the West i flows This We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for uuy case of Catarrh tha cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F J CHEJTKY fc Co Toledo O- We the undersigned haveknow F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honorabli in all business transactions and fi nancially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNAN tic MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Teledo 0 Halls CatarrhCure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blooc and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent tree Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pilla for con stipation ro NOTICE I will be at my studio every day that it is possible to make pictures preprared to turn out a nice line of photographs My terms are strictly CASH when the negative is made and in the future tljfait Ajll bo no deviation from this rule J W HENRY PUBLIC SALE OF Flour Mill AT CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEB 1 06 The above property is a new Full Roller Process MillwIth Corn Meal attachment in a new frame building erected for this purpose It was first put in operation March 4 1905 and the Flour Department hasnt been run altogether more than three weeks and the Meal De partment has been run but little so it is virtually n new mill The Flour made by this mill is equal to the best and the yield is good It is equipped with a 35 h p Boiler and 30 h p Engine the building is Steam Heat and hasJts ownE rlectricLight Plant The Sale will be conducted on the premises beginning at 10 oclock A M Terms The MillBuilding fixt pies andall appurtenances will be sold for i cash7a in sex and J in jii month3the pu phaser to give notes with and lien on mill with 0 per cent inter est from date ti JF McKINNEYPr- es Clay City Roller Mills Co Inc 1It4 i 1 fjLt1 Y THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents pefyear in ad vance otherwise 75 Centst Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday January 25 1901 i CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal llOi C Cincinnati Enquirer 10at Louisville Commercial 71 Home and Farm 75 t Roads ante Markets A highly important feature of the highways question is the effect of good or bad roads upor the local markets and their sup ply In all the cities and largos towns there is a demand for the bulkier and heavier products such as hay straw and gram Ir many cases tho surrounding coun try is quite capable of supplvinj the demand in all cases it should do so as far ns possible in most cases it do3s not Instead sup plies are brought into the towns by rail canal or river from far away perhaps from other states while at the same time within a few miles of the market thus sup plied are farms that have been abandoned as not worth working and others whose owners are in chronic discontent and despair at the apparent impossibility of got ting profitable prices for their crops In the East they say the big firms of the West have mon opolized the markets and so farm ing no longer pays there Now one prime secret of the trouble in all parts of the country lies in bad roads which keep the producer and the consumer apart by making it difficult if not impos sible for the farmers to get their produce to market The farmer of a thousand miles away can haul his over roads that are so rough and miry that half a ton is a heavy load for a horse to draw even slowly It is not true that farms in the East are no longer produc tive nor that the Eastern mar ket no longer offers fair prices Nor is it true that in the West and South the cost of road im provements would be grater than the profits derived by being able to haul good loads at all seasons of the year The increase hi the value of property would a great deal more than offset the cost of good permanent road construction as has been proven in hundreds of cases all over I the United States and so that argument falls The trouble is the roads between the farms and the local markets are so badas to make the qostof hauling produce almost equal to its value cooed roads throughout the farming regions would do more than anything else to restore prosperity to the farmers enabling them to get their pro duce to the best possible market easily promptly and cheaplyV Wherever there are good roads there are good farms with easy access to good markets which means good prices and good times =Exchange fortheWe are agents famous Queen Quality shoes for women and are showing a nice assortment ofstyles in them Mrs J W Williams Clay ityKy For Sale or Rent House of several rooms in good repair Apply at this office for information jy Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit court ChllesFhomsonGrpcery ColPJitintllrs versus WSRogen Ac Defendants Notice of sale in Equity By virtue ofa judgment and order of saje of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the Nov Term 1905 thereof in the above cause the undersigned willon the 5t11 day of February 1006 of 1 oclock p m or thrt being Court Day V will proceed- to offer for sale at Auc tion to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit- Beginning at a stake in the Blevins line thence with his line West toa stake thence North markedthe Bleyins line tq apinecorner thence South with BJeyin8 Jine to the beginning containing 05 acres more or less Also another tract beginning at a stone corner at W G Rusaellsine running West to F P Adams line thence North with Adams line to a stone in 0 Mastins line thence East back to 0 W Rus sells line thencesoutli with Rus sella line to the beginning containing IIi acres or s fficient thereof to produce 32675 so or dered to bo made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the replovinbondthe day of according to law Bidders will he prepared to comply with these terms A lien will he retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paidBond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON M 0 P 0 0 Has If Occurred To you whyS- o many wheat flaked foods have come and gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it u taste quality un 11growmg Start now and get full value for your dime Ask your Gro Band accept no substitutes REVlvol= 4 THE GlUlllAI lmom vITALinln Made Well Man j oMlt R caE 1r tIa m lB SOdTs tseio- tnelltlbaallkI7 OIMaRAanotkWtlW 1000waU IMa 014 jMxfaLoIt VllaUt7 KII- I1Mt1nW ot- M yyWeDMtyabgtb g i o Mts ec +w er eaad l tlT-UtSoIatorlta s tl6woaotrtrtlt rt- sota4oanabyMeklutlYa M ot A1HN bot ioMWoodloutrktagfagafot aath S dIS seatrattan- aM GaaaeyYa4 moot of Mtu RLUva ev- ekbn it eatf b eanie4 Iatre4t coektl By mill apgw1M mq BOOk aDd advN A MYAIMEIKWBCO CMICAGO- IUEor Mal BIwN C Sale in Olay Gity Ky By B Llttlepage Son rl1if a yfnWr 5 T 7tnVt tv- tr 1 The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest BiscuitAre Matte Vliou You UHO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour M Tike No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants ++ + f + + + +++++++1 INSURE WITH 11 A LYON SON i e Tlib w InMitrnuco AtmtH 2 I of Eastern JCoutuolcy + i fr- Over J i 200000000 1 Represented i iEveryJbne Wh6 rtiowsvirivtljirig about insurance know + they are leaders in this line Y- 4444F414 t3 4 43 Ffi4th4 ra AfrMt t+ tFtF4 444fi4FF4e 4+ f aPOLKA00T CA- NSaZAi77FVY81IRXOMZ O lT lay INT f fmpottutllftfa0t diteW Tk ne w tr L I ewr 1 Me == flawpit epltnrw I sA until Investment in piini adds petty 10 the vtlue end boon ol rear pnttnj lai makes you a rood hbot by making a coed nclrtborhood Good eat ol the btu invntnuim and pays bit returns in Tmprot cdiriluci Iiea mioi not uciptow I Bui when you paint boy only u- I Thetas one Iniliinmble reason why a icuon every hoaen punier win acknowledge 7JW Oil Ia the Life of Pawl ind the ufwty to get good w buy it rub tad putt from the dealer butts not from the rcidymncd pin eve The thu It reads oil tlloa lor tlloo PAINT tad weieconenendk UK knowI I BLittlepage Son CLAY CITY INLOCM GAtrti COMPANY I Dont argue with a folit is like trying to guide a blind man with a lantern Dont go up a back alley to hunt for trouble you will findnil you need in the middle of the roadI Many men who are just able to tnkPl1r of thoniEilvns cunt realize the fact until after they are married PUBLIC SALE OF Farms Stock Crop Etc THURSDAY FEB 15TH 1000 At Ten Oclock a m I will offer for Sale Publicly nt my residence one milo west of Spout Spring two Farms at Mouth of Lulbegrud creek Ono in Estill Cu and one in Powell Co both joining The one in Estill contains OOacres thetone in Powell 60 acres The Estill farm has a good Groom Dwelling Good Stock Barn and other out buildingsand is welt watered Phd fenced The Powell bus n good house 6 acre Tobacco Barn buildingsiswcllIfence Will also sell stock crop etc lOne combined Maro und 2 saddle both with foal 5 2 year old Mules broke to work 2 small Heifers 1 Bull 2Cows 185 Shoclts Fodder 2 stacks of hay 75 barrels of corn 800 bundles Oats one 2 horse Wagon one Buggy oiie Mowing Machine and other Farming Implements Household und Kitchen Furni ture Terms male known on day of sale i f AIiI1EN QRSBORNE i oItl t t I d s ti yII 1 tnyc1opeaiaTHE j 19o6WORLD ALMANAC ENCYCLOPDIA- IS oN SALE ALL OVER THE UNITED STAlESvIt is a volume of nearly seven hundred pages and sells for 26ciSent by mud for 85c A Reference Book of unusual value almost indispensable to t ifprofessionsItcontiuns information on pioru than 1000 timely topicsundprea opts over 10000 facts alu I daily for apswering i I Election statistics agricultural financial educaHiu1alrrailrbuilH shipping etc etc through all 0- the list of topics where now fig ures are most valuable 4cnl umns of index icanWORLD Pulitzer Building New York City p With exceptjnnOf humor Ai ists nearly all mennrerfuinnya r itt jl 1 u It d prr4 i v fJ r rr fiJlA iiTtre i I Yr W Y4tit t 1 tI1M i K I- Ir j I i nl i1JiJk j It f t I t I r t f rr t t T 1 r I JlJ t tl fj TIMESIj I 1 i1L1JHO MADE t pER THURSDAY JAN 25 iocs 1 f LOCAL BREVITIES The Farmers Deposit Bank at IrvineJms opened forbusiness I Mrs Jas G Easter visited rem nti csin Bourbon county last week 1 t 1 j f f 4 t Mrs AnierjcA OUrry is yjsiting her son James Curry in Bour bon county J i The greatest trouble with this changeable climate iisrit wont change to a better one Miss Floretta South of Franklin county is visiting friends in the city and getting up a class in music From the present indications it seems that we age not going to iivemuchtice to harvest this winter Dock i of Winchester was here tMoiiday ami iittehdejthe burial of Albert lIast n at Pow kills Valley kElder E W Marcum and son Charlie left the last of the week for their home at Tishomirigo had Tor where they moved last spring v vtMrs Thomas J Fletcher and daughter MissSallio Visited rel atives at Preston Station Bath C9llntyn few days the past WJeki b o u 4 V ro I We are in receipt of a remit tance of2 00 from our old friend and schoolmate DL Crow who is now farming in Mirdison caun ty = H B Barnesa leading citizen ofFurnacetwl1sinthQ city yesterday oil i usiness and while here renewed lus subscription to time TiarEs George ICincaid mina boon very sick with dropsy a this home on HardwieksCreek feis im proving tincler the of Dr Williams We have secured a valuable correspondent at Stanton 1 and hope in the future to be able to furnish our readers all the coun ty seat newsI 1 Fraiik Mountz and family who have been visiting relatives iii Estill amid Powell counties have retunied to their homo in Runnels countyvT0sas i r Best Dress Ginghum per yd Shy Corset Cover Embroidery per 1 x yhrdjSX + Just reccicdt1In largest and most r Complete Line of Lacen and Emt a4 bride les from bfi to 35- 1fl J Black and White Silk Med lliqhB Cto 25f i It Goodadejiveredto all of ithocity Js B EATON I I There is promise ffor lii reno tion in the tie inarket this Spring when they will again soar sky yard 4 J H Wo will advance the price on Calico to 0 cents a yard Oil tlie firstday of February next j Mrs J W Williams tQll1yOity Kylt The more money you have the easier it isto practice economy 1 T CURE ACOLD IN QNE DAY t Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qui r InineTablets Druggistsrefund mon fl 1J ey If it falls to cure E W iGROVESBigiiature is on each box+ i 2oV t r YN h tKMrs Grant Elkin of Hicdcl berg is visiting relatives in time city flit Clay City Roller 0 Mills in this city will be sold one premises next Thursday This is very valuable and payirigproperty but the indications are that it will sell very cheap Edward Rose and family Idft Thursdayfor Tishomingov Indian Territory to reside in the fu hue We regret time Joss of Mr Rose and family as they are of riur best citizens and of such we havoiione to spllrWe wisp them success in their new home CLEARANCE SALE MillineryIGoods it Clay City Ky Death of Albert MastIn Albert JI asfcin vdjodiaf con sumption at his home in Clark county Saturday morning aged about thirty years Burial at Powells Valley Monday De ceased was raised near this city but moved with his father to Clark county several cars whore imo rnarriel He leaves ai wife nnd three small children itrlrtHfit member of the F A l- o Lodge in this city and was buried in the hon orSOf the order II Spoiled Her Bediity c Harriet Iv uvd of W 31th St New York at 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 I used Buek lens Arnica ali A quickand sure heater for cuts burns and sores 25o atrSwatttfDuy Lbr Gos stdreI If you want to ulvvuyb be on tiuit keep yohr Watch in good repair See Webb Dont forget our big ofler on first pagefive good papers for 75 cents Everysubscriber should accept this proposition But remember this offer is to encourage cash subscriptions so tose cure the papers at this rate the 75 cents must accompany the or der provided however if you have already paid in advance for the TIMES you can get the other four papers by paying the addi tional 25 cents Greatly in Demand Nothing is more in demand than medicine which meets modern re quirements for a blood and system cleanser such ns Dr Rings New Life Pills They are just what you need to euro stomach and liver troubles Try them At Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25c guar anteed MrsJMany a man who attempts to rdifallThere is nothing more provoking than an invorect time1 piece Ifyou have a watch or clock of this kind takevil AVfcbbOiry Citys Jew eler and silver smith and let him fiYAUwork 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 dwelling tenant house and all nee essayout buildfngn Six good springs on the pluce convenient to sohool and etc j plenty of ti- mberItogrow corn wheat tobacco arid ev tr thi else raised in the State Will be sold as the whole or divided in two tracts This is a rare bargain For particular call on J J E BUBGUKK Clay City o w T r HIiII smtMltInQlrteUrnenratet an I I ASK yourteaterand liulsl 1 U10111cannot 1UIDeautifw tnrre otor Alumtniim ITamrf rwlll be for irmrdfld for 10 rnllln ttainps t J BOBVENa ARMS AND TOOL bo roIJo0 I CIIICOPEB TAiUi MAM US A t ExCongressman FItzpatrIck Dead The Hon Thos Y Fitzpatrick former Congressman from this district died at Frankfort Monday very suddenly of heart troub le Mr Fitzpatrick served this district two terms in Congress but for the past few years has lived in Franklin county where he owns a line farm SlckenlrShivering Fits of Ague und Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial 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 I referred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects E S Munday of IIenriettaTex writes UMy brother was very lows ith malarial fever and jaundice till ho- took Electric litters whet sltvedr- ims life At SwannDay Lumber Cos storo j price 50c guaranteed Every man has a little scheme nf his own to make the world bettor but it is a difllcut job to induce others to take stock in it A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud = ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINT M ENT fiHUttf eurtinG to 14 days 503A t 11 satisfactorysivietheart doesnt necesgarily a b wife A GnmiTragedy I is dally cnnte of homeSjtasiDeuth c rSi ineach ogle anotlier victim bfiComsumptioniOr Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the tragedy ia averted P G nun ley of Oaklandon Ind writes My7 wifehad the consumption anti three doctors gave her up Final= iyshp took Dr Kjngs New Disc eiY for Coneump ion Coughs and idayshygerms relieves Guarflntee4tCp and 100 by wannD ay Lumber- mens stare Trial bottle free t m JThtf egotist mti beimhied with lil8ubjectbt1tn t to the extentr withttaj 1 IL4 i I 1Wn e I frtlmburrybumldings two never lading springs Price Oone half cash This is u snap upa1l4 I + 1 Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyterian church Will be sold at a bar gain M Bailey aesa a = sq=St Startling Facts 10 A Ea BARNETT i SON I Set the Pace and Hold the Lead r orr Witli our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best markets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we gob them Everything from iuaperof Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake qf Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receivothe best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerkci arc 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 t I it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CItY KENTUCKY bSW HYSHYS Black Creek Lime Works 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 020 Lime Co cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at clay City H F Hil eimeyer t ions Blue Grass Nurseries r LEXINGTON KY Oer for the Fall of 1005a full stock pf Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs rte We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter M BAILEYJ I r iMerchnt and Custom I I MILLER CLAY CITY KYI IICustom work six days in the we Fresh Gronnd Ilole d Mal always on band 1 Grinds for onesixth toll D Wltt fIt sat FK PISS auras NN- w ftoj Vt 1 p L TJU Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WjTiJEisroo Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations S48 C R DANIELj t GLl4Y CITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid foi Chickens Eggs and kinds Poultr- yClay City Hotel J H EATON Prop 11 11 Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat and clcam Rates 3150 per day EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I IDESIGNSunalna iketcn and ma hulcriTMooruIn onnoplokinfreowhether an on tloniitrlfUrcanOiltntU MNOJOMonlittenu Yatnnta taken tliron h MUDD aer1ndo co receive lathsSriA handsomely lUnitntcd weekly Tareeit tit cnlatlon of au eclenuflo Journal Term M a iWdM1IrIIII I 1St 1 7 f 7dre r r Y- DRAGGINGr down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness Irri tability tired feeling Inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure U I IDINECARDUI 1 Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stim ulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place- It Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER In strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free ad vice In plain sealed envelope Ad dress Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn Snow CreekIAlbert Wood on business Dave Barnett moved to Estill the first of the week W 11 Vivion of Winchester was hero last week on business 1 James Hutson has rented of Nelson Lowrv and moved tot sameThos Vivion and wife visited relatives at Kiddville from Friday until Sunday Ohuff Howard has rented the Thos Hutson farm in Estill coun county and will move soon Genet Most every body here am down with bad colds Mrs Lou Howell andchildren left Tuesday for Ohm where her husbrnd Has employment Gonnie Mullins and Miss 3SiuthMartin of Lombard visit- edii friends here the latter part ofI the week Dock Spencer and Dillard Smyth visited friend and rela tives In Wolfe county Saturday and Sunday Married on Thursday of lust week at the brides home Miss Sarah Adams to Mr Marshal Townsend of Slade F G Powell Jr has moved from Xena and is located on the farm of James Howell We are glad to have Mr Powell in our midst PROFESSIONAL CARDS 11111111M1M 10 Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Central Hote V i t where an experienced Practitioner may be foun day and night prepared to execute all kind o high grade work known to modern Dentistry T R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY r B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLiY OITV KY 1 BRSMITHMD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i CLAY CITY KY T f r 4 fr r s lar I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster GrovesMo and my menses were very painful and Irregular Since taking Cardul feet like a new woman and do not suffer as I did Virden R L Daniel was in Winches ter Monday on business- G D Cook was in Wolfe count last week on business Miss Nannie Berry closed her school at this place Saturday Miss Lillie Cook has been visiting at Indian Fields this week J E Fisher bought a cow of John Ballard lust week for fttO Ben Mastin bought a cow re cently from Edward Hose for 25 Marion Williams bought a good family mare in Bourbon county for6G Amanda Amoy returned to her home last week after two months visit at Indinn Fields Miss Nannie Tracy of Clay City visited her cousin T B Ware from Friday till Monday- J E Fisher has rented a piece of land from R L Daniel and willcultivate same in corn and tobacco Yecorrespondent has received a nice lot of garden seeds from the agricultural department at Washington D 0 Uncle Ras Fisher gave the young folks a social Saturday night which was largely attended and all report a nice time We are having some beautiful weather now and some of the people fire at work cleaning land and fixing for another cropI John Neal Co of Hogg Creek will set a saw mill on T B Wares place near Pilot Knob where they will cut all the lat ters timber into ties and lumber Charlie Ewen will begin a subscription school at this place Monday Feb 5 Ho has rented a house of G D Cook and will move his family here We are glad to have them in our midst Albert Mastin died at his home in Clark county last Saturday of that dreadful disease consumption He was brought to Pow ells Valley Monday where his funeral was preached and the re mains laid to rest in the church yard at that place Albart was u nice man and liked by all who knew him Ho leaves a wife and three children and a host of friends to mourn his los- sStanton t taliton ias dry now as zJa1- l1nnJswuterlHlcKet rr r f k- r IYi Supt ItA Irvin was in town Saturday on legal businessI Wm Bbwen of Bowen trans acted business hero Friday H B Tipton was a business visitor at Winchester Monday John D Atkinson is attending Circuit Court at Campton this week Thomas Ogden Sr of West Bend was here Thursday on bus iness 0 It Reed with Bradley Gilbert Printing Co was here ThursdayJ Snowden has succeeded S K Baird as depot agent at this place Miss Daisy Derickson has ac cepted a position as saleslady for D II East n S Chancy tins purchased the 0 L Smith property on Church street Price private John L Faulkner the hustling merchant of Bowen was hOle Wednesday on business A number of nonresidentstu- dents have entered our school during the past few days Charlie Tharp and Miss Margaret Patrick of Hatton Creek were united in marriage Thurs dayClarenceAtkinson has accepted a position as stenographer for- SWllnnDaYLumber Co at Clay city Winnie Welch who is attend ing school here visited homo folks at North Bend from Friday till Monday There is talk about erecting u 300000 school building here in the near future Heres wishing this movement success Mrs Lizzie Welch the well known poultry raiser of North Bend shipped a quantity of chickens to Winchester parties last week A report comes from North Bend that DrArthur line discov ered cement clay in large quan tities on his farm twomiles north If You ARE Yt N 4 east of here When the cement crazo will die away no one can tell The prospective graduates of the Stanton Graded School met Friday afternoon and organized the class of 1900 and the following officers were elected President Miss Lula Tipton Vice President Victor H Fuller Sec rotary lloscao O Welch Assist ant Secretary Miss Lillie Boone Treasurer Irva Conlee Of Interest to the Housewife In the February Delineator there is much of housewifely interest Isabel Gordon Curtis helpful household serial called The Progress of a Housewife touches upon the kitchen and its utensils Delicious recipes for onions and cakes and desserts are supplemented by an interesting and instructive article on Meat and Its Uses and the page of Il lustrated Cookery are extremely suggestive Gardening and house furnishing are other topics of particular interest in the home eThe investment is for the oth er fellow when ho sells it to you Notice to HUIVO All pttiiong urri hereby notified to not hunt or tretfspi g Dn tiny lands belonging to the undersigned B II HUTSQN Oilier names will be added to this list for 50 cents elt- eitFEELING I LIVERISH This Morning TAKE A Gentle Laxative iB And Appetizer Trnocra1nn Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge organization plan This plan provides forUem ooruts to sign u pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their party between now and the national campaign of 1008 It is ii practical method for the organiza tion of the patty by the rank and tile in order that it may prove true to its name and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convince that the Commoner has hit upon u feasible aqd effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully filed by state coun ty and voting precinct If tile same interest manifested in this work during the past four months id maintained during the next two veiud the total membership will exceed fourmillion Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription 1 a year By special arrangements for u short time only we oflJrthtf Clay City Times and The Commoner Op QInr 110 Address all orders to THE TIMES Clay City Ky I MM Bromo DerwItlsv a 1 4x11 M 1ItIa tlla ta II rIhi IThe The Bet the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of y Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a SpecialtytI THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Iand TRADEMARKS promptly obtained ta 1 4expeneqtwitI j PASSING REFERENCED Kor Uukln l Book on rolluble ruonti write to y BO3SOB Seventh StrootrWASHINGTON D C I U KILL THE COUCH k I AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings 4 tr flaw Discovery I I FOR CONSUMPTiON tr ptlcel Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROTTB LES or MONEY 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