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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fxY S TREJ CLAY ICITY TIMESJi 1 n 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country anJ Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I Iypli XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 22 1906 NO 12 1 Spring Goods l Just Opened a Full Line Now is the time to buy your Easter foods Sicilian9blackwhite and colors from 45c to 1 25 per yard Waist Goods including India Linen Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique and Fancies Embroideries i inch to5 inches wide 5c to 25o per yard Short length at actualcost Val Laces at reduced prices A full line of white and colored laces cheap Linen Blue Red and Linn color 12c to 24c per yard Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at JJ5c a yard Ohambrays all colors Ginghams Duck etc Just received a new and com plete line of Granite ware Every thing a housekeeper needs in this line 8 gallon bucket 50c Large Tea KettleGOCo- ffee or Tea Pot 25 Besides cook Spoons Cups Dippers Wash Pans etc J B Eaton Flooring Blind Circuit Court Session Circuit Court convened at Stanton Monday with Judge M Benton Commonwealths Attorney B A Orutcher in attendance Sever al minor been disposed to jurymen paneled GRAND Fletcher George Tipton MF Chester AP Anderson- F M Hutchinson Grant Hanks- J A Roberts Bert Barnett A Rogers John Johnson Farmer Green OrsbornePETIT Sam Wells Crow Tipton A Orabtree H Tipton A Smith Ashley W Hellin- R W Morton Isaac Boyd H W H Norton N McDonald Sam Carr i HIMtI5SL 18 Citys Leading where you have dealing the past twenty the Satisfactory results the the usual LARGE STOCK of General Merchandise soiling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable GOAds At Cost now closing out AT COST a J of Summer Dress Goods Millinery In fact all Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable must be make room our Stock a chance you you need any of goods School Books Full Line of the Adopted School Books School Requisites kept always hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered oil parts of the city SHIM FfiSS LS REbhN MpG Winchester Ky We Manufacture Sash doors Ceiling Weatherboarding x VJifandas Pickets t S 1Shingies and Etc e t in J presiding and cases have date- Following are the im JURY T J J T Isom Geo Berry Geo J W G B T Kirkpatrick E 0 S Clay Store The store been for years with most is still in field with Best Am nice and Etc now sold to for New Fall This is for if these newly and other on to B Go Y StoreTrbhtB Benningfield We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Rootling and Etc 1ft I IF = Seiid us Your estimatesjt t- romptl Shipmentsr 1 A rtv i r Wy r fv1 v- y 7 w- v r1 j T r r rF r J E ToYiisend W G i1 CharlesOlOrkSess Wm 1 EdwiriKoSo Oscar St art GiitivettWingatenderson Kentucky Crop Report The first regortJBsued by the Agricultural ent for the year 1900 shows the condition of the agriculturalinterests to be in fairly shape The winter was an exceedingly mild one up to the first of Februarybut the I ground hogsRvhis shadow and has gotten iti some pretty good work iti the way of winter since that time The wheat crop has stood the winter well and is in good condition for the first of March Win tor oats rye and barley all prom ise well The burning of plant land for tobacco is progressing nicely and if the weather re mains open that part of the SpriiM vvirR wjll be over In a few days A considerable amount of both burley find dark tobacco re mains unsold Grasses of aUI kinds aredbinp well except clover The clover however that surviv ed the summer and fall has stood the winter in good shape and promises a good cropthe coming season Live out of the winter ui better condition thuiv usual Ter6iagreafcCom plaint of scarcity of hogs in ma ny localities Cholera is prevail ing in several counties Sheep are ao scarce The high prices of mules has caused a great many to be marketed and carried out of the State that otherwise would have been kept Plowing for the spring crops has begun and the farmers are getting busy and are well up with their work for the time of year Back Tax and Another Bridge According to a recent inter pretation of the lies bearingon collection of tax Clay City gets in hack taxis from SwarmDay Lumber Jo Mutual Handle Co and other concerns whose head offices are in Clay City a sum aggregating close to 8500 00 This is good news and more especial ly so since it has been learned that it is the intention of the City Council to invest this money in another bridge across Red river on the road to Stanton soon as the cash is ready This is a wise conclusion on the part of the Council and if the project ma terializesas now seems most prbb able the Council will justly re ceiVo praise and congratulations from nil unbiased and appreciative citizens of both Clay City and Powell county and they may justly feel proud of their official record if nothing furtHer past the ordinary is accomplished by this most worthy Board of Council New Manages Henry Wal4ron succeeds Geo W Rice deceased as general manager of tIcom store Mr ti ldr been identified with lie merchandise business in this usl for more r than irenty Wntsand in every instance has1 proven himself Car i W fiW v i seIIlectionby every employe of SwaimDay I Lumber Company and every out side patron of thestore as well Services at Christian Church Elder George D Verco who was recently called to the pastorate of the Christian Church in this city will preach here twice a monthevery second and fourth Sunday consequently will be on hand this coming Sunday In the morning his subject will he What is that in thy hand and in the evening his discourse will be from the title The exceed ing sinfulness of sin Bro Ver co is a student of the Bible College at Lexington and is a native of Sidney Australia Hello Stanton Henry Watson General Man ager of the local telephone exchange was over from Mt Ster ling Thursday and informs us that his line will soon be extended to Stanton and there a number of phones connected to the Clay City exchange We will indeed be glad to see this service put in operation as it is very badly needed To the Pen Max ORear the negro who lust October stubbed Dr R A Irvin in this city was yesterday convicted in the Circuit Court of the crime and sentenced to the penitentiary for two years and three months The trial of Matt Tracy for the killing of Jim Willie Ware is now in progress at Stanton Bought Farm In Clark County W R Ewen of Stanton has bought of W S Niblack a farm of about seventy acres in Clark county for 4500 00 Last week Mr Ewen had about decided to locate in Indian Territory where land is cheaper but at last concluded that Kentucky is allright even if her good land is high in price Measles in Court Sam Wells serving on the petit jury at Stanton and while at tending court yesterday broke out with the measles and had to return to his home before noon There seems to be many cases of this disease in different parts of the county Rids His Farm of Rats A farmer says that he rids his OFFICERS M II COURTNEY CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WIIITT Cashier farm of rats in the following mannerlOn a number of piec es of shingles I put out about a teaspoonful of molasses andon that I put a small quantity of concentrated lye and then put the old shingles around under the cribs The noxt morning I found some forty dead ritharid the rest left for parts unknown I have cleared several farms of the pests in the same way and never knew it to fail We hope some of our readers will try it and re portExFit Sterling Court I Monday was a very bad day for Mt Sterling Court though several cattle horses and mules were on hand Cuttle brought only fair prices mileswere dull though whnt sold brought fair prices Good hoists wenjlew and commanded fair pricPlenty of plug horses which sold high enough Will Move to Missouri W S NihlnekoTcrm r user chant of tins city ayd who sold his farm last week to W R Ew en of Stanton mention of which is made elsewhere in this issue will have a public sale of nil his personal property Wednesday March 28 and move with his fam ily to Missouri Depot Burns at Winchester The large and commodious L RN and C R 0 railway freight depot was burned at Wsnches ter about midnight last night together with a lot of freight Origin of fire unknown loss considerable Does it not look a little bad for the Republican that in the only great fight the president has made for the people the rate bill he with twothirds majori ty in the Senate had to entrust that mensuiu to the leadership of that fierce and furious Democrat Tillman of S 0 and for support to such men as Carmnck of Tenn Bailey of Tex Simmons of N 0 and Raynor of Md Lieut Gov W P Thome says of the now lornl option 1nw Tt simply menus that the feiow who live in the big cities can get all they want and the fellows who live in the small towns cant get a drop Now is the time to subscribe for our combination of five papers for 75 cents This offer will not last much longer A E Sains of Winchester is in the city on a business mission ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay Cat National Blink Clay City = Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS 8700000 President DIRECToRS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX- J D ATKINSON A T WIIITT A General Banking Business transacted As liberal accommodationswUl be extended as Is consistent with safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEIi- s J t f rIrit i I J SPOUT SPRING Asa Todd was in Stanton on Wednesday attending Circuit CourtMarion MeKinney our expert and uptodate blacksmith went to Lexington Monday on business and returned on Tues day W T Christopher Jr has sold his stock of generalmer chandise at this place to his father W J Christopher Sr who will continue the business at the same stand Mrs James F McKinney was quite sick for several days the past week but we are now pleas ed to announce that she is some what better and we hope for her a speedy and complete re coveryOur nuv blacksmith is now prepared to do all kinds of work in his line in a skillfulmanner and makes only living charges for his high grade work Give him a trial order you will be pleased W J Christopher Jr has about decided to move to Normal Illinois and reside there for the summer Mr Ohristo pher lilts our hest wishes for suc cess wherever he may choose to cast his lot whether temporary or permanently Locusts This Year This year 1000 will be the pe riod for the visitation of the 17 year locusts They were here in 188018721855 and further back the editor connot speak from personal recollection But they will not be so thick the coming year as in years past They depend on the tender twigs of trees for nesting places the eggs being de posit il in 4 c soft twigs The newlyhatched grub feeds on the jiuce until the twigs die from its effect and falls to the ground The larva then burrows into the gro tl TiA retnu Ultil its 17 year period of development has pufcbLci wiicij iv comes to the sur face climbs up the side of a tree and in the natural process devel ops into a winged Plmroah Ai ii4 lu pioeobs of reproduction just as its ances tors did 17 years before But the continued cutting away of the timber narrows the breeding grounds of the insect until now tits 11is not nearly so large as th proH v This Insect is onu ui uacuic s curiosities Winchester Democrat A quarrel over a mule resulted in two Georgia men killing each other in a pistol duel The mule in the case did not lose its torn I perState of OM city of Toledo Lucas County S9 I Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for each and every case elf Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Halls Ca tarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and sub crib ed in my presence this Uh day of December A D 18ijO SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure ie taken in ternally and acts directly on the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CiifjNKY k CoToledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 Take Halls Family Pillaor icon ill rA t il1n r 1c r THE TIMES 1UHLISIIEU EVERY THUKSUAY m n 1 15 burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad ranee otherwise 75 Cents Enteredas neeondclnss mail matter Thursday March 22 1001 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 V Louisville Commercial 70 Home and Farm 75 Value of Good Roads Nothing would be more valu ble to Powell county than good metal roads It would pay the county handsomely to dispose of bonds of tho county and in this way raise enough money to pike a number of the main roads and at the same time build a few bridges in the comity ivtainly would enhance the value of farm lands throughout the coun ty and otherwise be very profltr blo and convenient to our peo pleThere are many striking exam pIes of the value of good roads Wherever roads have been permanently improved it is found that there has been a very great increase in value of the adjacent property Among examples of this sort is that of Madison coun ty Tennessee From figures re cently published it is shown that since 1900 Jackson the county seat has increased 5000 in popu lation The roads were improv ed through issuing bonds to start with and they have advertised the city so much that families are constantly coming in from adjacent counties with tho re sult that land values have in creased in some cases from 20 to 100 per cent in all parts of the county while property in the county seat has steadily advanced ill propurtlou What has been accomplished in Madison county Tenn the past few years may be accom plished in Powell county Ky in the next few years if the same forward steps should be taken und we fear that these steps though safe sure and highly prof itable will not bo taken for ma ny years hence Farmers Meeting We are informed from the head quarters of time American Society of Equity at Indianapolis that a meet ing will held at Greenville Ky Aprl11Gnod 17 1906 to organize a terrItorialunion of said society This is a farmers organization und its chief object is to secure profltu ble prices for all farm crops to raise prices when they are too low and to maintain them when equitable It isthe original advocate of Controlled Marketing by farmers to compel fair prices and it claims- a 1 urge degree of the credit for the revolution that has been worked in marketing crops the last fow yearnj and which is responsible for tho better prices for crops that have pre veiled March 1 it called a strike of the grain producers against the declining prices and has prepared a circular containing figures und facts showing wby farmers should strike and a strong argument why they can win This circular is before us und the figures are truly revelations V co They show that jyfiw million bush els of grujnealled visible supply which is rgallya temporary sur plus influence the price on hundreds or thousands of millions of bushels repiescntlng the farmers total crops It is contended that a little jiibre control by farmers will eliminate thisUvisiblelupply or keep it very small when prices can be made right and kept right The arguments presented in this circular are the strongest arraignment against the old system of price making by speculation we ever read A general invitation to nil farm ers is extended nil members of the society are urged to attend and lo cal unions are expected to send delegates Apples at 6 oo Per Barrel The wholesale price of mer chantable apples is now higher than we ever saw Fancy apples in Lexington are worth 0 00 per barrel In speaking of the prevailing high prices tho Southern Agriculturist marks One mature apple tree of the best variety at the present price of ap pIes will be more profitable than an acre of whent and one acre sirjM i iitv trees forty apple tree giving more profit than forty acres of wheat Startling figrtHd Time Agriculturist advises its boy readers to buy and transplant forty to ear old apple trees which will cost about ten cents each umuit e glll years that number of trees will annually give a dividend of at least 100 Young man as soon as you read this paragraph write to some nurseryman for a dozen Early Harvest 12 1Inll1 mot h Bluer Twig 12 Grimes Golden and leave him to select another dozen making fortyeight trees which number will occupy nn acre cf land It will bo better than u life insurance policy When ordering your trees you will find no better stock supplhil than Whit ui li j i wtlunt ii Sons the old reliable nursery men of Lexington Ky Write today for their catalogue Its free I When the House and Stnut fallout we mummy learn some great truths that otherwise we should only suspect To my Patrons iii Po vcl County After March I will spend one halfof my time at other towns out of this county so those having work partially finished those who have made appointment and to anyone who wants high grade work which has proved its worth have it attended to at once pleaseI tel that date I will work by vines appointment altogether and set days to do the work DH BKUTUAM SMITH Has it Occurred To you why Somany wheat Nuked foods have come and gone Lack of quality tlf course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it u taste quality un equalled This accounts for growing business I Start now and get fnjl value I for your dime Ask your Gro I cer and accept no substitutes I t t1 I jTryT I 9 i Chase J I Sanborns t High Grade I oees t 4 Why I t Ht Because the best cook in the world cant make a good cup of coffee out I of poor material 1 I I I uyt1 1 At Mrs Williams t IClay i e =mJThe Whitest White oJ The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are 31acl Vliou You UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Floui e yip No other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants HKootT4otot y H K oO1ootJoO20JoOrlo tivrruM I Ni+ fi tif tti Over 200000000 r Represented+ zj+ t Every one who knows anything about insurance know + i 1 they are leaders in this line t 1 o ot + Ko + + + +r +Ko O lo ++ JoHot20 ++ t POLKA DOT CANS BEAUTIFY Y0URft0ME 1 1Qc4PT itmportat Meaoradum TI i yurIA= =INaWWr + i iw 4 H e 9 LwYW = i hww iwwo 1WMtu eeyh pW a A small Investment In pint add putty to she aloe Ind beery ol your O and J make you a good neighbor making i good neighborhood Good ptiouof u OM ol npnteSUlM r110- r L i jjThepun II A lo mU wishbnseedcUptlanlorgsUoniiKINACHPAINT andweucommwdoust lor aregr good r wnwt g J3 Uttlepage Son tf1LCH PAINTCOhYJ r CLAY CITY KYr t I J i 4 I i I Naa ole TILE TIMES i AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY MAR 22 1005 JJOCAfJBHEVITIES Mrs Laura Hall of Lexington is visiting relatives in the city Mrs Luther Hamilton of near Winchester is visiting relatives in the city this week u n Miss Floretta South visited friends in Mt Sterling from Saturday until Tuesday4 Ed Warmouth is closing out his stock of goods at Vienna and will later move to this city When in need of Hay Ear Corn Crushed Corn Chop Mill Feed etc Call up Geo Anderson The ground hog seems deter mined to get in that full forty days of winter if it takes him all spring I A 0 Barnes has sold the residence across the river and now occupied by himself to J B Eaton for 800 The recent heavy rains have y caused big tides in the river and r many logs have been received by the saw mill men Measles are still plentiful in Clay Oity and a few cases have been serious but no deaths to date from this cause I For all kinds of talking ma chines see G 11 Cox North Broadway Lexington No lower r prices best machines All kinds A of records c Owing to the extreme unfavor able weather conditions Oscar Muckeys sale which was set fort J Tuesday was deferred until Friday tomorrow John W Burgher whose ill ness has before been reported in these columns has arrived home mind at first appeared much bet tel but is stow we are sorry to state on the decline According to our almanac Spring begun yesterday but according to reality we would be pleased to exchange the present blustery breezes to some of that nice midwinter weather we had in January The little son of H C War i mouthhas been in a very dan gerous condition with throat and lung trouble following measles The little fellow is now slightly 1 on the mend and wo hope to r soon see him out of danger George Littlopago has been compelled to again return home t from school at Hazel Green on 1accountof defective hearing He now under treatment of a spe cialist at Lexington and hopes are entertained that the trouble will soon be overcome Local option will bo continued in Powell county Judge Benton has passed upon the legality of the election held in this county last winter and decides that it is valid This is good news for all l and if the officers will now just execute time letter of the law we soon will have a favored county w in which to live TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY TIke LAXATIVE BROMO Qui nine Tablets Druggists refund money lif fit fails to cure E W iGRQVES signature is on each box i 25CFarv r Jf n t b a Narrow Escape from Cremation During the absence of Mrs Fred Tipton Sunday from the family room the clothing on her little son Artis took fire from the open grate and would have resulted seriously had not his mother arrived in time to extin guish the flames witha slight burn on his stomach Burled In Richmond A brief notice appeared in our last weeks issue announcing the sudden death of Geo W Rico on the morning of publication Friday the remains were taken to Richmond and interred in the cemetery ut that place Ho was a Mason and the remains were accompanied to their last resting place by members of the order from this place Later develop ments prove that Mr Rice came to his death by internal hemorrhages Silk Sale will close March 15th Mrs JWWillinmsK- entucky Childrens Home Society has sixty boys and girls between the ages fo three and nine for whom they desire good Christian homes These pluljlton cue tin usually bright und attractive and we guarantee that no family will be disappointed in a child we send them The winter months have given us an enormous amount of work to do Wo are receiving more children now in a month than we formerly did in a year and as a rule thochildren are much bright er and much better looking and easier controlled tlmn children we formerly handled Will you not show your inter est in this great work for humanity by giving u home to one 01 these little ones Unless you I have a first class home in every respect and unless you are moral and stand well in your communi i ty do not apply as we willuu der no circumstances place a child in a home unless it can get the very best advantages This is the Masters work in asmuch as he said Suffer little children to come unto Me and forbid them not If you are interested in this charity and would like to take u child please address the Kentucky Childrens Home Society No 2110 Von Berries Avenue Louisville Ky Frightfully Burned Clans W Aloorc a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand fright fully burnen in an electrical furnace lIe applied Bucklens Arnica Salve with the usual result a quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at Swann Duy Lumber Cos store- MARRIAOES Randall Stokely of this county and Miss Anna Pasley of Estill county were married in the Oountv Clerks office at Winches tor Saturday March 17 Judge James H Evans officiating 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 euro all diseases due to malaria poison and constipation 25u at Swann Day Lum ber Cos store Just prepare to abide byI o e localoption law its come to stay If you want to always be outline keep your watch jn goodrepuir See Webb Ow IiGlilt t IION YOUR 13UNTBNC TRIP0e sure to Mrrnely eIn KAo l3iIeTEVEXdsndyruCANNOtooua N RIFLES Iron 223 to 1BOOO PISTOLS trout SUto 6000 SUOTQUW3 from 750 to 3500 Ak your itealetanllnslt sn I fr mpftse Illus o tnr mae li tr r I utai vf Inte- ryotnm tohtatashT1 rIeI In dire 3 rdrr irrrA4v r Mtiltivelt Maile- drrvhrtf npcn reielit of f rf rrmlaitainp ciUlotf e mrrosud Our tttratfYe lhnectr Aumlmim Hinder will be tent anywucrc Ir io nu ii Hinps J ST3VEN3 ArSI3 AND TOOL CO r o Cue 096 Chicopee Falls Mass U S A A young Evansville Ind coup le has been married on top of a smokestack 222 feet high just to convince their friend that they were every bit as foolish as they looked A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES U Wcg Blind Bleeding Protrud ingjiles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINT MENT fuils to euro in G to 14 days 500 The conference between social ists and multimillionaires has again demonstrated that it is nearly always the man without the money that wants to divide Luckiest Man In Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkun Sims writes II L Stanley of Bru no since the rePtoaation of my ifas Vnlth nftorfiveyears ofcon If IIIIOUS coughlnf and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good for tune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bot tics completed the cure Cures the worst coughs andcolds or money refunded At SwannDay Lumber Gos store flOo and 81 00 Trial Uttle fief Farm For Sale 100 acres more or less four miles from Levee Ky under good fence und general repair The same hus on it a good G room dwelling good barn and out buildings 3 Hood orchard wiiti a variety 01 fruits JOHN MoPiiEiisoN Levee Ky Any one desiring to purchase a graphophone of any make or style or records for either disc or cylinder machines at standard prices should call on G 11 Cox propr Lexington Cycle Works 141 North Broadway next to Op ora House 10 inch Victor or Co lumbia disc records GO cents Standard size Oylinder records 25 cents Machines repaired and parts supplied A Healing Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Uelair Ga saps of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame backstill joints and complete physicalcollapse 1 was so weak it took me half an hour to walka mile Two bottles of Eke tric Bitters have made me so strong I have lustwalked three miles in 50 uiinutea and feel like walking three more jits madp u new man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and and all Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Sold under guar antee at SwaunrDay Lumber Gos store Price 50c r s- l 4 2 Y StartlingactsI 4A E1 BARNETT iSDN Set the Pace and Hold the Lead 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 uaper 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 clerks are ut your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties arid 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 Unslaekend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer ut Lowest Prices Will deliver lit City City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City n uO Trees Plants II VinesI II For the Springof 100G the Blue Grass Nurseies at Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Agents Strawberry and General catalogues on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never falling sprngs Price 8000 one half cash This is a snap that will soon be taken up J E BUUQHEII Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyteri an church Will be sold at a bargain M Bailey There is nothing more provoking than an inuorect 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 flu it All work guaranteed tTHEl Winchester Bank e INCORPORATED N WmiEKsroox Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of imlivid uals firms and corporations 848 M BAILEY Merchant and Cn- stamMILLER CLAY CITY KY IIJIII Custom work six Jays in the we Fresh Grouni BolteJ Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll Clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop Table supplied with the best the marker affords Everything neat and clean Rates 150 per day IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSIaending a aketcb Met dSCt1iUcm may ascertain our opinion tree whother au- luventlon le probably HANOS00IonPatents pent free U Beet forsecuring patents 1utcuU taken luroueb Munn tt Co reotlT sotto without charge tn the Scientific flitiericam A handiomolr IHnitratcd weekly Taree t ell rotation of any clentt5e Journal Terms U a year IL newadealen NirOO3 eWabtnggteWAQ Office Q5 V I j s t DRAGGINGdown 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 is WINE OF CARDUI 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 stimulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place- It is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints I WRITE US A LETTER In strictest confiJence telling us all your troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Ad dress Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn r u Virden W Auttid was at West Bend Saturday Charlie Ewen visited on Snow Creek lust Sunday We are having some very rough winter weather of rain and snow now a days Mrs Sissie Everman was the pleasant guest of Mrs Charlie Ewen Saturday John Ole mons had a very valu able milk cow to die last week from the effect of eating tobacco Miss May demons is visiting her brother E B Clemons at Pine Ridge Wolfe county this week Those who attended Circuit Coilut 6Untou iiionday were T D Ware J W Hudson 00 Cutis and J D Baker Charley Ewea gave the young folks a hop Tuesday night and was largely attended and all present report a nice time Charley Ware wife and little son Jim Tom of Lexington are visiting tuo fuimera parents T B Ware and wife this week Coy Clemons who has been employed at Cooks mill in Wolfe county for some time visited home folks Rutunlay and Sunday- G D Cook came down home U 1 cy from Pino Ilidge to see I Vmilj Sir Cook is doing a boob business with his mill in the mountains John McPherson returned to I tlrii place Monday after a two PROFESSIONAL CARD- Swwuonwunrrrwwvmrwrnronuu uwn Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stain In the Central Note Ann where an experienced Practitioner may lie foun day and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLYCITV KY BR SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LAY CITY KY r I tQ1 ti j li 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 1 feel like a new woman and do not suffer as I did weeks visit with relatives in Owfilpy county and will start to Piasn Ill in a few days to make that state his future home We regret to give up our good people but wish them success in thoir new homes Rev McCalister of Darlings vine delivered a very intend ing discourse at the Christian church Sunday to a good sized crowd He will preach hero a gain next Sunday at 280 oclock and will make an effort to organize a Sunday school here We hope to have a good crowd out and especially the members of the churchand all who want to hWe a good Sunday sohoolwlmich- is badly needed at this place Geo W Perkins has an auto mobile with all the comforts of home Next we shall hear of one with all the comforts of a hotel Doubtless the millionare of the future will have his sleeping a pertinent packed up to thedoor of his office is that he will not lose a moments time when he hears a noise like an investigating insur duce committee The Modern Wife and the Money Question Usually it is the shadow of money that brings the first partial eclipso of the honeymoon and unless the problem is rightly handled the eclipse may become total The modern wife cannot be always asking for money and retain either her happiness or her selfrespect The husband could not keep his business going if ho did not havo a payday for his employees or if he was careless about sealing his bills He cannot ex pect to keep his house going with out a financial arrangement thut- will give it regularity and securi ty It is passing strange that this matter should be a constant dim culty in millions of homes but it is a hardship which wives are sup posed to bear uncomplainingly She is a wise woman who rebels early and secures her rights for the will never be a successful wife until she has her part of the in come without days of grace or discounts This is important j if is vital Uuless it is made plain and duly fixed all her other pur poses and aspirations will bo for ever handicaped From the 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copies free at our omeeI Ii FEELING LIVERISHI This Morning i I tj TAKE N A Gentle And LaxativeI IoJ Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hen Ducks Geese Turkey I Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices I GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky Ilf You ARE Notice to Nune- All persons urehereby notified to not hunt or tresspiips Dn any lands belonging to the undersigned 11B Hirrsojf Other names will he added to this list for 50 cents eacho ftoItcn- asaw I THEGrRLT ROYAL MEDICINE REVIV VITALInI Made a Well Man uof Me A rY30 dayw Itieti IprodacutbeaboveremltllD all others filL manhood tod old Ticor br using BEVIVO It quickly and lurelrrcttorei Nenrone EmluioaLcatrowerralling til effects of leUabuae or excess andin Uicretioa which tmdts one for atndy bualneu or marriage II oldlseuebutIing back the pink glow to palo cheekiandreStoring the lire of youth It wards off Jniinltj and Consumption Insist on bnlns SIETIVO DO other It can be carried In test pocket By nail pOlltiyOthe mousy BOOk and advle tree 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Stanton 430 828 Clay City 48 837 I LE Junction 508 010 41 Winchester 020 0 i 23 Ar Lexington 005 1010 All trains dully except Sunday Trains Nos 51 and 4 make connect tion at Bcntty vlllo Junction with LIA Railway for local stations on L l feA Railway and connect at O K Junction for local stations on 0 JK i Hallway j- iNo1 and 3 connect at L E June tion with 04 0 for Jit Strafing 1 J 11 BARR Gen Manager tToCurea Cold in One Day IPrle 1A CiiAH SCOTT Gen 1aKrtAgt II Ore Two Crip Dtys 11Ion every 1 k25c Ia 1 1r