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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ITHE CLAY I ICITY tIo i 1f TIMESt l 1 We are here to help Clay City the Sorronniing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher CLAT CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15 1900 NO 7 Welch Wills At the residence of the brides father Judge L Q Wills at Sage Air Bluford Welch of Stanton was married to Miss Evnlee Wills Rev R A Irvin officita ing They made a bridal trip re turning Saturday evening The young people are of Powells leading society people and they have the congratulations of the TIMES and a host of friends Many a business man keeps his conscience in cola storage I OYFJOICUg M II President CHAS Vice Pres A T WHITT Etc Deacon to be Ordained Dr Uertram Smith will bt ordained a deacon in the Clay City Pres on Sunday morn ing February 18th ut 11 oclock The Junior Older of United Amer lean Mechanics of Clay City Coun cil No8 of which order he is u Past Councilor and the Log Lick No 108 in which are ma ny friends are cordially invited to attend the installation service sortsIhorses I Clay City ESTABLISHED National 1800 Bank I I I IICAPITAL COURTNEY SCOTT Cashier Church Council DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX i J D I A T WHITT A General Banking Business transacted As liberal accommodations will be extended ns Is consistent with safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED IHi I S HI MF ESSELS I Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing for time past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with time usual LARGE STOCK A of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the S Best Quality of Goods al the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable GOAds At Cost- S fi v Am now closing out AT COST a j of nice Sumner Dress S Goods Millinery maid Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Fall Stock This is a J chance for you if you need any of these goods School Booksi Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always on hand V Telephone U8Goods delivered to all parts of the cIty I SHIMFESSELS RWinchesterWe Manufacture Sash Flooring floors Ceiling iBliiuU Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Store Fronts byterian ATKINSON We are Headquarters For Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc t Sencl us Your estimates 1 MI RrOmp Shipments i ti j I t f w k lit Killed by Train Perry Hammon well known in Corbin and this section was found dead last Sunday morning near the railroad trackfiiot fur from Grays lIe was in Corbin Saturday after noon late and its supposed he was on his way to Grays after dark and was struck train He is re ported to havelbeen drinking when he left Corbin There were no special maths upon his body to in dicate death from any cause but that ho was killed by a train And it is supposed Ire was walking by the side of the track when struck as there were bruises only on one side of his face and body Many remembered Ilnmmon when he preached the gospel and speak of his gifts and zeal in the highest terms He is a mnn of intel ligence honor and industry and stood well among those who knew him and the notice of Isis death will only Farm Dignams The Tlagaziiie 111 cents be received general regret He was a married man and leaves a wife and severalchildrenCorbin La borer 0 It is claimed that work on the L E extension from Jackson to Hazard will be resumed in the early part of Spring Read These Prices Mens Heavy Underwear per suit85ctsWo- mens Fleeced Un derwear per 50 Best calico mercerized per yd 5 I 7 Cakes Brown Soap25Loaf Sugar per lb 8 Ohildrnns Union Suits2550ct Embroidered Linen Handkerchif HO Wine of Cardui per bottle 00 Lydia Pinkhams Compound 00 Nutmegs 10 for 5U J B Eaton i The and class farm and Non meats Clay City Home for with suit TIMES Ky First Farmers Institute The first annual In stitnte will be held at February 27th and and March Jst 00 Under the of the State Department of Agriculture Labor and Statis tics The of the Farm ers is to bring the farm ers of the State into closer rela tion with eachother and with the Department of Agriculture for mutual benefit to intdr to legis altion for the benefit of the farm ers and to lift Kentucky to the of Agricultural States While each will one vote in the matter of everyCounty veryimprttorests of the State that this the first State should be signal success im1 m RqW1 mw Ii Jlf ISi rJ jliNfl Ci2v ti ifJi ilJfL L fttf SIGN THE COUPON BELOW AT CEI a Our Extra Ordinary Offer Farm and Home Sentinel I I Dignams Magazine IThe Valley Magazine 3- Li Agricultural Epitomist IWILL BE MAILED YOU EACH MONTH FOR IONE YEAR FOR ONLY 25 CENTS The Farm and Home Sentinel Farm Home Sentinel establisthed Federali liveiI firstfillustrated home paper 38 political Publishedsemimonthly 1 The Valley Magazine homoffS high class onHdom Times nagazlne Epitomist Fleeced Heavy Farmers Frankfort auspices object State Institute their change ideas encourage forefront County organi Institute a ti i Dignams Magazine p Dignams is the latest success in p magazine field It has mi attractive cover in jj three colors printedon heltv full of in j2holdbeautiful pictures galore Published monthly Agricultural Epitomist m The Agr cultural Epitomist enjoys the distincftrout ot hdnt the mmin tjjriiuitMinl piper in 3 world that is actually edited and printed on u JH farm its IADacre experimental farm near p Spencer IndIt force of practical upto date men 1Jofsively in this publication In addition morethan a score of the hest writers in time eduntry con tribute regularly to its columns As its name implies the articles are nil brief and full tip of meat It is without doubt one of the best if not the best monthly farm paper in the country fejj The Clay City Times If needs no describing It stands preeminently as the leading weekly of Powell County It com If principlesItis Iv a Cityall of Powell county and her people as well THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER THIS UNIQUE COMBINATON new subscribers wn make this offer at great expense the TIMES ready to se IWITHIN for its readers If you appreciate clean honest journalism both in your week Pmagazine you take into your home you should appreciate this offer rust Fill Out Coupon Plainly std Send It Direct To The Clay City Times FiVe For 15cI The and Sentinel Valley Agricultural 75 Magazine the and time On concise ever This THE CLAY CITY Clay City 28th have TownM Date 190I fIIPlease send the Clay City TUfFs to me for twelve months for which I enclose 75 cents with the understanding that I am to receive one years subscription to The Farm and Home Sentinel Dignams Magazine The Valley Magazine and The Agricultural Epitomist Are you a new or old subscriber NametCommence delivery AddressM M I I TOW at Any Time Bo Act at OnceI 1Ii 11I1 1 n SPoUT SPRING JeKinof Clay Uity fis ited relatives here lust Sun dnyW J Barnett was transact ing business in the metropolis of Powell county on MOIl mini Sunday is the regular appoint meat of Pastor Prentiss at the Methodist church and we hope to see a good crowd out at this serviceIsaac Barnett of Normal Ill inois is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Andrew J Barnett near this place Mr Barnett is doing well in his new home and will return next week Notice to Powell County Schools- I hereby revoke the announce ment made of an examination to be held at Stanton on the last Friday and Saturday of Februa ry and fix the date of the examination oil the second Friday and Saturday 11th and 12th of May as prescribed by law The object of this examination iri fi TliilJUn tiiOHC pupils who have completed the prescribed course of studnnd who shall have passed a proper examination before the County Board of Examiners and paid to the said county board an exami nation fee of one dollar The certificate of graduation will be signed by said county boaruand approved by the Superintendent of Public Instruc tion who shall allix thereto his olliciiil peal This certificate does not give authority to teach school in the county R A IHVIX SK SUIT 00 Moore the noted infidel publisher of Lexington Bluegrass Btadr js rlwi TIio tiiiliontion ol too infidel sheet will be continued by other persons Mof retook pride in calling himself the liLuli iUillonu tonner ly t minister of the Christian cluiauh aim was converted to in fidelity by an infidel who at the same time was converted to Chris tianity by Moores powerful and s Deafness Cannot be Cured by Jo applications aa they can not retch the dit eisud portion of the air There in only one way to Guru ii fners and thut is by con ett itDUir Deal lies B caused by an inilain ed condition of tin tnucnus lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a ruinbliny sound or imperfect hearing und when it is en tirely closed flenfnetH is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cur ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for curculurs free F J CHENEY CoToledo Q Sold by druggists 75 Take Halls Family Pills for con b fitipution 1 NOTICE i o I will be at my studio every i day that it is possible to nuke pictures preprared to turn out u nice line of photographs My terms are strictly CASH when tho negative is made Sand in tho future there will be no deviation fromlthisrule J WVHENRr t I s THE TIMES uUUrUlILISHRI EVEUY THURSDAY U J B IJunjher Publisher u Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as Bccqndclijssinall matter Thursday February 15 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe Totes and CourierJournal 100 14 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 it Louisville Comtnercial 75 it Horne and Farm 75 This is the question put byljlie St Louis Republic If it would improve time map of the United States by doubling up the four Southwestern territories into two states mightnt it be still more improved by doubling up Ver mont with New Hampshire and Rhode Island with Connecticut ks nthbiSliu H v i derstand it If there was no doubling up in time Southwest there would be four Democratic United States senators If there was doubling up in New England there would be a loss of two Re publican senators so why ask foolish questions Owenssboro Messenger Fjffonn N Y Policemen dins ed a business man two miles and shot at him every jump mistak ing him for a burglar He real izes now that he was safe as long as they were shooting at him The innocent bystander is the on ly person over hit when N Y policemen shoot at a than w FordisintoresteltutriotiRm the banner goes to William S Elliott KfilOKT OP THB CONDITION OF TILE Clay City National Bank At Glny City in the state of Kentucky nt tit close ofbnslness Jan 20 1WXJ IttsoUItrJ S Iuriii iiiil Jive rants 00703 11 Overdrafts secured and un Kcured 100122- USBomls to secure circuln 50000 00 Premiums on U S BUfIsI GOO 00 Bonds securities etc 2037200- Blinkinghouse furniture and fixtures 3IiOO Other rent estate owned 2055 0IDuo from National Dunks not reserve agents 102 Duo from unproved reserve agents 7455 51 Notes of other Natl Hanks 800 00 Fractional paper currency nickels und cents 5551 LAWFUL MossY KEBKRV IN BANK viz Specie 2810oa Legal tender notes 352200 033200 Hedemption fund with U S- Treadr5of cirln 2500 00 Total 10878033 LIABILITIES Capital stock pufdin5000000Su- rplusfund 000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 6W05- Natl bunk notes outstanding 60000 00 Due to other National Banks 800200 Individual deposits subject to i check 83252 U2i l Total Of 10378033 STATE OF KENTUCKY I COUNTY OP POWELL ss I I A T Whitt Cashier of the a hove named bank do splemnlysweur that the ubovo statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A T Whitt Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of February 1000 J F Webb Notary Public My commission expires Jan 17 1010 COIIREOT Attest MI1 CourtneyI OJIAB SCOTT Jno D Atkinson lSf J a former antlcteran of IoiV il war livingrnear Kokomo Jntl Helias repeatedly refused to ac cept a pension that has acnum ultitcd until it now amounts to more than 10500 thoiighnoti fled time and again thatthe ilon ey is ready Jle explains that neither lInr his family needs tie money and that ho is enti tied to and peward for doing his plain duty This is tlie year for n Congressional election in this district and by the time the roses are bloom ing there will be candidates enough in the field to fill a ballot box or stuff a hundred of em Such is lifein the knobs of time Bloody LoveuthNidBes boro News Student is informed that the reason Congress doesnt pass a public building bill lit eilth ses si mis that the Members of the House are elected bienially Public building bill is a habit to be used every other year to get in ou An unknown man killed near 0iliforniu Ky with i3S00 on Ulo 1 jciov i o iit u iiii M naC comb from St Louis Mistake They never let then get away from S + LOM wit ny cuin like that The Board of Supervisors fixed time tri vatitnHm rItill Montgomery county at 5S0787 This is an increase of 115108 over the jXsstssdid roporr tIll un in crease of t2702iy vur Jaat years assesslneili When a man talks of his own honesty we begin slyly to hide our editorial scissors Many men belieVe honesty pays in the long run ht they aro too fat to i ua ioiiir Has it Occurred if To yot vly i- So i wr u llukeo iv- CDIUU nun juiUV Lack ot quality of course TIlt richness that is i distinctively noti eiblf in Cream Crisp gives it i Uibt quality un q I IgroI IIII REVIVO THEGRl1AT a Well Man rIPEIE1TCEI REDrprodncct the above reiolt In SO da7lo Muttpower ullr and quickly Cure when all otbera till rouogmtn will regain their lost tohoodandolil oaksIIu1IIGULoI Vitality Impotency Mihtlr Xmlulou Falling Memory Waitln OUeatei and ot eelf abuse or eseand IDcUacrUnD one forstndy bualneu ormtwtlhge It not only cures by tttrtlnc at thocett ot dlitue bat brluglagItorlng the are of youth It wards off Intanlty and Inilit on baring XETITOi no other It ran be carried in jest pocket By Plait ortl5oowltbspoMlivetbo nener Book and adbe tree Address lOYAL MEDICINE RESTORES VITAUn Made ofMe Consumption COMarl ulldlni ILL ITor Sale in Clnv City Jiy By B Littlepage i5c Son t i ri t r I r FORII H III 2IA few Cloaks and Heavy Skirts at Re duced Prices 1 I Odds and Ends in Mens Winter Weight Underwear 50c values at 25c t1 Mens HATS Blacks Grays 1 25 t 1 50 values at 100 ILadies Hats at Greatly Reduced Prices 11 A Few Odds and Ends in Mens Wo kMens Shoes at Very LowPr oesIIIi 35 Mens Suits priced 3 50 to fi1vill go at 2 50 to 7 50 a I Big Values Iii VLRSI k f WILLIAMS I 1 The Whitest White Cake 7io Lightest Light Roils And Flakiest Biscuit lre lhurleVbenYouUa my a 1 Pearl and Bakers Prideloiis Take No nth r Every Sack GnaratitPpd MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants I t iw+ + rt1o+ +++ + 0 0 + + XriSUJE wtTI Irt I JFsAe LYON SONj The Ltfjiifliiifz Irltsttlauce It ge11IM- d ui u orn1olltuI a A t Over 200060000 l Representedoe oe t t on6 who knows anything about insurance know I ttheynre lenders in this line POLKADOTCAN5t BEAUTIFY Y0URn0ME t rNTIImportInl Heaormadoa I Trr+ IWMxWw I AJo I tW wewenmr werw ToccNxaorr r1 Y In arwrw tww e MJt eN+rlAIUoawwwi J I I tti small Invetimcni in puny oddgseuiy to the vale and beery of your propewy endymake you a good ne1Ihbo bymalLina s Roos neighborhood Good plouOI ou of- s apecsaaimsH o I V 1 uasoneveryhonestpamarwillackeowtedgeThe pure Irom the doleri barrel not from ibeieidymued pain cm The paint ihii Ii ready to mQ with limed oil gallon lor gallon it PAINT and we cccommcod ow 1 10 every good reason we know F gBLittlepege Son It NLOCnaf4 QnTaCOMPANYI 1 ra CLAYCiTYdsKY I r t zY 1 I rn L THE TIMES il 7i AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY FFB 15 iOOG LOCAL BREVITIES 1O 0 Eaton returned Frida 1from Somerset tq spend a few days with homo folks Master CommissiorierRomulu Jackson of Stanton vas in the city Tuesday on business J H Dawson of Olark county was hero Monday and Tues day and bought several hogs O L Smith of Stanton has bought the Buck Berry farm 01 Black creek at private figures Our esteemed Postmistress Miss Bertha Mupel is visiting relatives indifferent Bluegrass cities this week Mr and Mrs Muck Stidham of Beattyville visited Mr and Mrs Oscar Muckuy on Hard wicks creek last week Dr Bertram Smith D D S will be ordained as deacon of Ute Clay Oity Presbyterian church next Sabbath morning John McPherson has a farm of 100 acres for sale near Levee in Dlontgtr couirty Rend his advertisement in this paper Charlie Todd and Everett Todd of Ruokerville Olark county vis ited their Uncle Petu Toddn few days the latter port of last week Geo D Littlepago who is at tending school at Hazel Green S is houmon account ofspmotroub lo with Its ears which prevents his hearing well Clarence Gravett left Monday for Oarlock Ill after several weeks visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Melvin Gravett on Hardwicks creek John Fisher of Hedges Clark county is visiting his cousin T J Fletcher this week He will shortly go to Oklahoma to live with relatives there John N 0 Tuttle formerly of thiscity died Monday at his home in Vinchcstcrof pneumonia aged littythreeyears Ho leaves a wife and four children Best DrtMH Ginyhtm per yd Sif Corset Cover Embroidery per yard 2- 854Just received the largest and most 1 Complete Line of Laces and Jui briderk8 from 5 f to 35j Black and White Silk Medullions 6Jf to 2uX Goods delivered to uUpurtloC i the city J B EATON Prof 0 W Campbell of this city and Mrs Sylvia Russell have been selected asthma board of examiners by SuptR A Ir vin This is a competent and wise selection ja We will ndvtutco thopriceonY qalicotb0 petite a ytiiabirtiie Z lirsfcdayof February next j t Mrs JW Williams 01ayOityKyv Mr and Mrs Oscar Huokey of IIllrd wicks Creole veroltrnnsact jug business in thecfEy Saturday Mr Huckoy is still considerably crippled from the full mentioned illtissueit rro CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAX TIVE i UROMO Quiv nineTabletHiDruggisU refundinon yfait Jails toturefEtJW xGRQV SaigiiatureMs on each bolt 5C4 IMH f M il vi sttLi h 2 JA JIr y tssr rr a I t 4 f 1 i v We had a couple of pleasant lays the past week but white is with us again after a steal shower of rain Supt R A Irvin has paid th teachers in full or at lenst to nll applying for same The sixth months pay will arrive Feb 17th when Mr Irvin will be ready to payout the same Henry Yareof Hardwick Greek was in the city Saturday and called at our office and hud the TIMES sent one year to his brotherinlaw W M Stephen soil at Willow Oklahoma Muck Stidham of Beattyville has purchased of 0 H Mackey the John Vaughn farm on Hard wicks creek for 850000 cash Possession April 1 1900 when Mr Stidham will move to his new farm Farm For Sale 100 acres more or Is four miles from Levee Kynnder good fence and general repair The same has on it a good 0 room dwelling good barn and out buildings c goodorchards with a variety of fruits JOHN MCPHERSON Ltvvu Ky We were in error last week when we stated that V 0 Mar tin of Genet had entered the JS Med at Louisville it was W O Martin of Yinton who has attended two terms or tins school before Mr N B Curtis Springfield Colo sends us one dollar and twentylive cents on subsription Such receipts are ahvuys appre ciated and Mr Curtis is one of a largo number who never forgets the newspaper man- Frightfully Burned Chus W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand fright fully burnen in an electrical furnace He applied Bueklens Arnica Salve with the usual result a quick and perfect euro Greatest henler on earth fur Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cus store D H Daniel has purchased of John M Konnou an acre and one half of land joining his farm for 50 00 and in the future will build a nice dwelling He al ready has begun the erection of a largo farm burn and ere long will there huounice country home The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system from disease germs the most effect ive remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure ull dis eases due to malaria poison and con stipation 25o at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Rev J Logan Irvin of Amer cus Gn son of Rev R A Irvin of thIs city besides being a not ed Presbyterian minister is also a civil engineer of considerable reputation and in week before lasts issue of 8cientificAin 1trrfclln he hnsavery vnludtllti U f1blon future motive power vhijhwaB highly appreciated byttmtfJour- ul 1 CLEARANCE SALE Cloaks Skirts Hats Millinery iGodsMrs J W Williams Cloy Oity ICy If you want to always be oirtiuio repairteeBut little ice AVOS pit up du- ringthb recotitfreezG up1 Ytwas hardly thick enough Dont miss the Silk Sale at Mrs irtVVilliamsnd r It I lfeme lliImeebcheeli eIenn Accurate u- TJlo and anD1naai runtelifArm lr 1 STLV4N51Forty Ifrovrd lln of- KIJFXES PISTOLS SHOTGUNS ISlfle Telescope Etc IAk7ourdlerDdlnI sinI I DeatmfiJ three color Aluminum Hence will borwarded for 10 cents In sumps J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO PUDoQ06- ClUeo FALLS MASS UIIA D R Mountz is laid up with a severe attack of lagrippe Thomas 0 Sherman of Camp ton is in the city transacting hnainNFa A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Ttflinf Blind Bleeding Protrud a I igists an authorizes 10 Muri1 money if PAZO OINT MENT fails to cure in G to 14 days oOo Farm Sold at Stanton W R Ewcn old his residence In C oaa vtHU illlc IllilulrUU itClCi of land iVijoining to J R Clark of Jackson for 355000 cash This does also include one pair of ii ui wagon We learn that Mr Clark is a good citizen and i c give them a hearty welcome Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im top IncVipef mAn in Arknn sue writes 11 L Stanley of Hrii no since the rertoaation of my wifes health after five years of con- tlnnollscoughlul and bleeding from the lungs and Iowe my good for tune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr lings New Discovery for Consumption which I know front 3Xprieiiiu will cure consumption if taken in tune My wife Improved with first buttlt and twelve bot tIes completed the cure Cures the iv ret iji d wlclor money refunded At SwannDay Lumber 3os store 50o and 81 00 Trial bottle free- Dont forget our big oiler on irst pagefive good papers for 10 cents Every subscriber should I itCvp1 this pnitiiiOii But hImember this offer is to encourage cash subscriptions so to so sure the papers at this rate the ro cents must accompany the order provided however if you have already paid in advance for the TISIES you can got the other four papers by paying the addi tional 25 cents- Yesterday was St Valentines lay but it was not observed here except by the mailing of a few Valentines by the younger peo 1e S A Healing Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belui- rGalmys of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cured ne of lame back stiff joints and omplete physical collapse 1 was so weak it took me half an hour to walka mile Two bottles of Eleo trlc Bitters have made me so strong I have Just walked three miles in PO uinutee and feel like walking throe more its made anew man of me Greatest remedy for weakness tand Indall Stpmach Llverund Kid icy complaints Sold under guar intee at SwannDay Lumber Gos itore Price 50c at t Y T r Startling Facts A E BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead I With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with 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 Gaper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon y Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the market affords Nice obliging clerks are ut your aerviti We hold the field in Tanbark and 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 Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackend Limo 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 ut Clay City H F HilciMTveyer Sons Blue Grass NurseriesLEX- INGTON KY Olf r for the Fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but fell direct to the planter Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never falling springs Price 8000 one half cash This is a snap that will soon be taken upI J E BURGHER Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Sevtnth ave with seven lots back of Presbyteri an church Will be sold at a bargain M Bailey tThero 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 Jew elerundfiler smith and let him fixit All work guaranteed YO7ni rr n u THTVJ Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiEiJsrooy Pres Capital Stock 200000- Surplus 20030 We solicit the account of hull vid naln firms and coruoratlons 848 M BAILEY Merchant ani Cas1eW MILLERCLAY CITY KY Custom work six Jays in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll Clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop X Table supplied with the best the markers affords Everything neat and clean Rates 81 50 per day 60 YEAR8- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK- SDcsiaris COPYRIGHTS cAnyoneatmdlnt altketch and deetxlptlonmsy quickly certain lur optolonfree wbetber an InYBntlon probably olllmuniea Lions ttrlotl confldentlaL HANDBoO 011 PateoLe lent free Uldeit nc fur securing uts 1nteuli taken turonub Munn rrecelis- pecainotiee without shame In tho Scientific Jlm rkalA handsomely lllnitnted weekly Jireeat cir culatlonof any iclentldo journal Tcrnu 3 reurj four months II bold bran newsdealen mUNN CO SB1BrOlhll New York Bran chi ooe lR61r Bt Wubw tonI J 0 I 4 TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap py hearty and free from pain until you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like Wine ofrdUi lItMakes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache I backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc + It Is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid enc Uttug us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn u Kimbrell There i i eaching tt Jacksons Chapel next Sunday by the 1istnr Geo D Prentiss Mrs Henry Burton of Bloom ingdnle accompanied by her son Everett visited her brother John Y Harris lust week Mr nod Mrs Horace Bartlett of Clark county visited Mrs Bartletts uncle John Harris 4 from Friday till Sunday W G Patrick went to Bloom ingdalo lust Saturday to see his uncle Rev V B Daughetee who has been very sick for sever al days and who is not expected to live but a few bay- sJeffersonville Miss Lola Wilson visited Miss Monday Martin this week Mrs Bair was baptized the 5th near the Slate Spring at 8 o clock p HI The Assembly Mooting at this place has closed with a number of conversions Miss Chloe Smith has been vis i iting her aunt Mrs Mary M Martin the past week The little boy of George Camp bell that had his eye taken out t ast week is still improving Reuben Martin returned home F Monday after a weeks visit tot relatives at this place His ma ny friends regret to see him 7leaveOld Granddaddy Long died at tho home of his son Ira Long PUOFE8BIONAL CARDS naunvunrimunnunouauooo Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office stairs In the Central Note 4iiwhere anerperlencedPractitioner may he fuiin day and night prepared to execute kind o high grade work known to modern Uentlatry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON OLY OITV KY r B R SMITH M D PHYSIOIANAND8UROEONCIWCITV YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs F L Jones of Gallatin Tenn For since taking CarJul I have gained 35 lbs lndnm in better health than for the past 9 years I tell my husband that Cardul Is worth its I weight in gold to all suffering ladles 1 nn un Ion Spruce crock Ho was in his or pf aw mid WHS bnned i t time Martin rave urcll1ollclll Virden Mrs Allis Ewen is visiting home folks at Bowon this week Mrs Beccn Williams has mov ed into the house vacated by Jas Johnson Mr Jewell rtnd family of L cV E Junction visited John Will hUllS Tuesday- G W Everman and wife vms ited the formers brother Sunday at West Bend Misses Lillie Mary and Gracie Warn and Miss Ratio Baker visited Sudie Curtis Sunday John Williams of Walters vine moved Monday to the house vacated by E B demons S B Everman and family and Willie Curtis visited friends on Hogg Crook Sunday and Monday Levi and Herman Everman two highly respected young men of West Bend were withrelatives I i here Sunday Aunt Caroline Johnson and son Harry have moved into the house Vith her daughter Mrs J M Everman Tuesday morning about Toclock firo was discovered in the roof of John Williams house and time a lan a was given The boys went I to work and by quick and good management they soon had the firo under control The fire caught from the stove pipe Died at her home near thi place Fob 7 Mrs Cora Young wife of James Young and laughter of J M and Kebeca Everman She was 28 years of age Her remains were laid to wait the resurrection morn in time Argyle Cemetery Friday Mrs Young was a Christian woman and leaves a bright testimony that assures her many friendi friends that she is resting with the Muster in that sweet beyond She leaves a husband and two little babes father and mother five sisters five brothers and a host of friends to mourn her loss Corn is gone but not forgotten Mr and Furnace Mrs G D Howell i visited Roscoe Novvkirk and wife SundayMrs Nortie Howell of Knowl ton Visited her mother Mrs Dc nn Billings Friday Mr and Mrs 0 IL Maekeyof Hardwicks break visited Mr and G W Iylo Sunday Messrs Bark Billings Walker Shouse Morgan Wiermnn tfnd Richard Ohnriey visited at Mr and Mrs J W Jfowkirks Sun day Messrs Odus Billings John Newkirk Jiv Evcrett Steward Ed Howell Willie Puckett and Bob Shoemaker attended church at Marble yard Sunday night IYes it is itself evident fact hisImother earth with his head up and his tail intheopposite direc doWithourprices for eggs poultry hides furs pelts nn t other commodi ties to numerous to mention Give them a call I Mrs J W Newkirk received the sad news last week of the death of her brother Clay Blythe of Campton Gal Mr Blytlie who had been bedfast for the past two years died Jan 9th of softening of the spinal cord air iiiy tile was worn ill Powell county Kentucky June 10 1852 Hud was married to Miss Aanna Ilardwick July 24 1889 They went to California in 1892 and lived near Gardena and Howard Summit for several years They moved to Campton in 1t101 where Mr Blytho followed his trade as barber He lids been an invalid for the past four years and for the past two years has been as helpless as a babe constantly at tended by his devoted wife dayYotJcdl1gnlghtawayJI1 And when the sun in nil his state Illumed the eastern skies gateAndWe are agents for time famous Queen Quality shoes for wo men and are showing a nice as sortment of styles in them Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky w1 Ilf You ARE footles to HUIiAll persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspnss on rtny lands belonging to the undersigned B B HUTSON Other nariies will be added to this list for 50 cents each According to a scientist plants 1111inhardly tell his secrets in a corn field HENRY WATTERSJMS PAPER Tile VcCColiriCilJooI 0l I THE And TIMESI lJth one year for only One DollarFew people in the United States have not heardof the Con rierJour nal Democratic in all things fair in nil things clean in all thing it is 1tiHfiitinllr a family pijiT lit a I special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY OOURIKU JOURNAL one year and thU pa per for the price named above SOl d your subscription for the combina tion to usnot to time Celli r rJour i j nat I FEELING UVESISH This Morning TAIEI I GentleLaxativeAud I A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON JIARCJFl 17 lime Commoner announced tho Primary Pledge organization plan This plan provides for Dem oerats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all cams tion of the party by the rank and tile in order that it may prove true to its nune and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and effective Methodof persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are n wring into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully filed by state comma ty and voting precinct- If time samtunterest manifested in this work during the r past four months is maintained during the next two Fears the total membership will exceed fourmillion Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription fU a year By special arrangements for a short time onlywe offer the Clay City Times nndThe Commoner Ol lehr1 10 Address all orders to I THE TIMES Clay Gity Ky Take Laxative Quinine Tablets LSever M oaJk sell fa pMtlhsolltlts Jllk tiltzni IIThe Best the Simplest j the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also bundle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY end TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In all countrlea or no too Wo obtain PATENTS THAT PAY rtliotlicrathorougUy a our oopen and help you toeuecee Send model photo or itiuli for FR EE report on rntentebrf D T PASSING REFERENCES ForfrooGo hook on IrofttAble latent write to BO3BOB Sovonth StrootWASHINGTON D C stesrrr KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS PITH DrliKings New icowery IFOR G ONSUMPTIOU IUCHS and OLDS Surest and Quickest Cure for THHOAT and LUNG alii ILES or MONEY BACK ILexington Eastern Ry I Effective Oct 22 1905 IEAflTnOUXII No 2 a 111 Lv Lexington 2 2i Tau 1 Winchester 310 82- II I Junction iJtinj SW I Cliiy City 330 11- 18Stanton400II I III Ilosslyn 418 J8I- I Snturnl Bridge 4 3i IIIH- II Torrent 4411 1008 II llellttyvllllT II lie 61t 10 W IIO fc K Jiinct 0 r itO- Ar JucluOI1j 010 1110 WESTBOUND Stations N03 1 etil ILvJackson95 0 25 O Janet 2 30G2IJII RenttyvllleTunc 7 28 Turrenrt1 317 717- II Natural Bridge 401 01 Hosslyn 425 23 Stanton 430 e R- VCluv Olt S 4 311837- I LEJnuctimib09 W10 II 520 023- Ar 0W 1111D All trains dully except Sundny Trains Nos 51 mind 4 make cnnnect tloll at Ucattyvlllo Junction with L A Ilnilwiiy for local stations on it Itnilwuy nod connect lit U K Tnnctioh for bout atatloiiH on 0 K Railway No 1 mid 8 connect at Juno tion With C A 0 fprlMt Sterling J U BAKR Gen Malinger rToCure a Cold in One Day Bromo ISOc A o4I IAm AVInclfeter Lexington A L E 1Gmi IICures r1ltox2x1 y