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I 1 THEN LAyi CITYI TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the SnrronnJing Conntry and Ourselves d E Burgher Publisher Y9J XI CLAY CITY KT THURSDAY MARCH 29 1906 NO JH Spfing Goods Just Opened a Full Line Now Is the time to buy your Hester loads Siciliansblackwhito and colors from 45c to 1 25 per yard Waist Goods including India Ljneny Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique and Fancies Embroideries i inch to 15 inch es wide 5c to 25c per yard Short length at actual cost 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 35c a yard GrobhamsJust received a new and com plete line of Granite ware Every thing housekeeper needs in this line 8 gallonbucket 50c Large Tea ettle50Oof-rce or Tea Pot2Besides cook Spoons Cups Dip pers Wash Pans etc JB Eaton We Sash Flooring ket Starways Shinglesand SwannDay Mill Burned About sundown Monday a de structive blaze wos discovered in SvvannDays big saw mill in this city The fire was in such head way that in a very short time the mill was burned to the ground and what was a few minutes be fore the largest saw mill in the State lay in ashes There was a strong wind blowing from the and this only saved the large stock of lumber adjoining and the planing mill The large streams of water poured on the huge flames amounted to noth ingThe original cost of the mill was 20000000 so the losS is con siderable The exact cause o the fire is yet to learn A new mill will be built at once but the new one will not jusburnedt Prosperous Farmers The farmers of Kentucky are in high glee over the general con dition of affairs Nearly all the tobacco has been sold and delivered at good prices an averag- of about eight cents for the en tire crop of about 800 000000 pounds Wheat is looking bette- than for several years at this sea SHIMFBSSELS Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual LARGE STOCKo- f General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods ut the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable Goods At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a i of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and 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 chance for you if you need any of these goods School Books Full Line of the newly Adopted SchoolBooks and other School Requisites keptalways nn hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city SHIM FBSSE S I RELIANGE MFG Co Winchester KyIwajufacture doors Blinds lYedtherboardingrr xarmdas Eto Store Fronts East We are Headquarters for Building Paper pelt Roofing EliritpidRpofiing and Etc 01 v r i Sendus Your sttntirtes I Prompt I T iliipments 1i4tr t 1 ir r I v w x- f I c I J- t ylY son It has attained strong root and is growing nicely Two thirds of the corn ground has been broken up prepared for acreageIhempbreaking machine is at work in the fields It is a Chica go patent and is doing excellent work All of the hemp crop has been disposed of at from 515 to 540 pet 112 pounds Nearly all the lambs have been engaged for June delivery at six cents and a considerable quantity of wool has been disposed of at thirty cents per pound Some farmers are refusing to sell at that figure advancefmar ket is very high ranging from 115 to 250 per head The chick en industry is taking a hold on the farmers and a number of new poultry farms are being started The past year has been tonilcteCCourt timeewas but not much business oneAt Scobees Stock wereron not a good animal a mong them all Nothing sold high er than four cents and probably none so high Among the sales ever the following Conner drHorton sold 2 heifers 780 lbs leiifo jGOTSLtlfer cow and calf for 827 50 and three beif e 838Jeff five heifers 500 Ibs for 813 each George W Lewis bought 41 heifers 410 lbs at 83 10 J W Pace bought 14 heifers 450 Ibsat 3 25 Hodge Gay bought 14 heifers GOO Ibs at 83 25 K T G Bush sold 9 steers 750 Ibs at83 00 and one weighing 81 5 Ibs at 83 50 Ben E Wills sold 3 cows and calves at 828 t38and 840 00 R D Gordon bought 12 steers weight 400 Ibs at 81150 each Halsey d Wirttmau sold 30 heif ers 400 Ibs at 813 each 16 500 lbs nt16 eachand a bunch of yearling steers 400 Ibs at 15 each Winchester Democrat Injured by Fall Mrs Manerva Wood wife of James Wood living on Snow creek this county some days ago slippedand fell somewhere about righthipto walk a step At first the fall was not considered at all serious and the family thought she must be paralized but she can work her toes and move her foot so it is now conceded that the injury resulted altogether from the fall Mrs Wood is an aged lady which makes the trouble all the worse it is hoped that no serious re sults will follow Legislature Adjourns Tile Legislature wjiich was called in extra session for the pur of imposing a1 tax on rectI- fiers of whiskey has adjourned after passing a tax of It cents on the gallon This is acqmpromise measure the House holding out for 4i iCeuts vlii lOithp Seriate was 1 peritheeCircuit Court last week for the killing of Jim Willie Ware in this city last summer on circus penit tentiary for five years We learn that Tracy will accept the sen tence and make no appeal Gone to Illinois John McPherson left here Mon day for Piasa Ill to spend the summer and probably make his future home Mr McPherson is the father of M B McPherson of this city and who a few weeks since lost his wife He has sold his farm boke up housekeeping and will live with relatives in the future Remedy against Potato Bugs It is claimed that if two or three llaxseed are planted in each hill of potatoes potato bugs will not bother the vines at all The above may or may not be true but as the expense will not be very heavy in trying the experiment it will be worth while for potato raisers to try the next planting season and if the flaxseed does not accomplish what it is supposed to do to the bugs they can go back to the old rem edy and feed them on paris green IWhy We are Right Handed do we use the right hand in preference to the left An anatomist who has studied the question very closely says that it isilargely n matter of hereditary The early ruces of men must have used the right hand in lighting re serving the left to cover the left side of the body where wounds as their experience showed them were the more dangerous This more frequent use of the right handI would react upon the brain bring ingabout a special development of that part which controls the right handEx Sai Mr Henry III Again John W Henry our photogra pher who has been a sufferer from rheumatism more or less for the past six years is down again at the homo of his daughter Mrs 0 0 Eaton Mr Henry has been much better with this trouble this winter than usual and until about three weeks ago he thought probably he would stay up this time The numerous OPFICKUS M H COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WHITT Cashier friends of Mr Henry will regret I to learn fo his relapse INotice to Trustees Clay City Ky March 8 IflOO The trustees of the School Dis tricts of Powell County who have not received the blanks forItaking the Census Reports for the year beginning July 1st 1006 will please meet mo in my office in Stanton on Tuesday April 3rd 1000 R A Irvin Sr Supt Now is the time to subscribe for our combination of five pa pers for 75 cents This offer will not last much longer Sams Mud plentiful ut Sums H B McIntosh visited Win Hall Sunday Circuit Court at Irvine fourth Monday in April Sandy Woosley bought of Tom Clem three goats for 2 50 Millard McIntosh bought of Sandy Woosley one calf for 12 Bill Shepherd was calling on lady friends at Iron Mound Sun dayOllie Kerr is clerking for J W Elkin and will continue until JulyAbner Horn and Jack Richardson was welcomed in our midst SundayDN Witt bought of Mr Rodg ers two last spring mules for l1r Oi I c A wedding in Samstown right soon we think Look 0 K watch S 0- Herbert McIntosh sold to Z M Minter 4 bbl of corn at 250 per barrel Miss Besso Witt of Sand Hill visited her cousin Miss Carrie Witt the latter part of the week L B McIntosh Salem Curtis and Stanford Puckett left Monday morning for Illinois for the sensonThe little child of Mr and Mrs Sid Horn died Wednesday and was buried the following day at Sand Hill- Sidney Horn while making ties last Thursday made a miss lick and stuck the ax in his back inflicting a severe wou- ndWANTED Energetic men and women to work Good salary Cull on J H Thomas Stanton Friday March 80th J H Thomas R F D No 0 Winchester Ky ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS 87000 00 DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX J D ATKINSON- A T WHITT A General Banking Business transacted As liberal accommodations will be extended as is consistent with safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED M V I f r A d I I SPOUT SPRINGJ Mr and Mrs J H Dawson spent u few days this week withrelatives near Winchester 7 a We regret to announce that Mrs Veanna Curtis is quito sick at her home near this place Jell Douglas is moving from Win E Hellins farm near this place to Levee Montgomery county i Algin Burgher of Locknanc 1rsiElizabethrelatives tear Miss Ruth McKinneyafter several days visit to her sister herotqf near Winchester J E Burgh JY bouglktvitlie land adjoining Siliem meeting house belonging tothe McKiu ney heirs and intends improv ing the place later on J IL Dawson a former res ident and merchant at this place has moved to the Allen Osborne farm near here re cently purchased by his broth or John W Dawson of Heidelberg Lee county Mr Daw son is a good citizen and we are glad to have him with us ab111i1a 4 At Kirksvillc Madison county the College building Opera house and dwelling house all the property of Charles Shep herd formerly of this county was burned to the ground en tailing a loss of 10000 00 with 2500 00 insurance Mr Shep herd married Miss Kate Wise man a daughter of HB Wise man living near Sams this county He has numerous friends here who greatly sympathize with him in his heavy loss Kirksvillo College was found ed by Prof Milton Elliott also of Estill county about 1800 and has been one of the best known nnd oldest seats of learn ing in the State Former Gov Francis of Missouri received his early education at this favor ite school An olu citizen asks us to mention his method of guarding against the possible explosion of coaloil lamps tiys an exchange It is very sim ple merely the depositing of about an inch of common salt in the bowl of the lump He bus been using tho rro1 f iv + If fortylive years ands ys that during that time the oiloften took fire but never exploded The elections in Russia ap pear to be as great farces as the elections were in the South un der carpetbag regime I Stato of O Lucas CO1ntyt S8 I Frank J Cheney makesoath 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 eachand every case of Catarrh that cannot liecured bythe use of Halls Ca tarrh Cure FRANK J OIENTEY Savor i to before mn and subscrib cd in my presence this Oth day of December AvD 88- 04SEAL A WrQLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally andnets directly on the blood mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free FJ CHENEY Co Teledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 Take Halls Family Pills for con ptipntion fI THE TIMES IUllUSIIKU EV1 ItT THURSDAY hm3B Burgher Publisher t Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vancc otherwise 7S scents Enteredas secondclass tail matter Thursday March 29 0900I J CLUB RATES For the convenience ofourth sub scribers we have arranged clubltates with the following papers at priced below mentioned 0 The TIMES and CourierJournal jlOO II Cincinnati Enquirer J10 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75I gf twentyfive I packages of maple syrup each labeled that its nspure examined by the state chemist of Indiana only one wasfound to be pure Not only were they impure but they contained only about one fourth of the sweet they should have even if made from ordinary sugar Why did the makers this To make profits of coiirse Nq profits no adulteration If they are not obtaining money under false pretenses what doe- sGopstitliatrritne Of course it isevprybodyknows that but theso fellows are defrauding by the wholesale and must not be molested i Wit until some half fed rascal gets a few dollars un der the same process and well hoss him up send him to the pen and by the time we let hun loose hell know tb defraud t next time by die inillions in orderto escape punishment A condemned negro was lynch ed this week Chattanooga be cause tho supreme court ordered a stay of execution in his case and now the north will howl All of which makes all the more pointed the wit of the following squib clipped recently frpm a western paper ELIZA If you see a negro girl hopping from one cake of ice to another and crossing the Ohio river from north to south her address was formerly Springfield OhioMid dlesborough News When you pick up aNew York paper it is full of uccounts of lo cal grafts and crimes j if you pick up a San Francisco paper in that you will find a report of the same conditions on the Pa cific slope and it is true of Pitts burg St Louis New Orlo ins Chicago Louisville and every other of the six hundred cities and larger towns Even ninety nine out of one hundred county papers have the same story to tell What are we coming to Officials of the N Y Life are to return 150000 which was contributed to the Republican National Committee If this keeps up Chairman Cortolyou and Treasurer Bliss will have to admit that they got it Though they neednt say where as we know already Notwithstanding the startling exposures of the iusuranceftin vestigations it is far from cer tain that the N Y legislature will afford tho remedy of effect ive legislation A presistent lob by is working against legislative reform A negro has been lynched in Louisianafor stealing cow It I visley wofild have punished lilmiif he Ihadstolen ttliieilinle- I Roosevelt has been president nearly five years and n t1I trust criminal has been sentJftsoni dnd none of them will + be says jarleading reform journal = Not In sjnplo act has bedn passed to protect the farmer and the work ling class from extortion He tilled thin with trust Ihlrelihgsaha owViers t anrfhppbjnt cd only corporation lawyers to judgeships Yes Teddy is opposed to corporations And the people gape and look won er governiuontskinning tlie people It has no other purjpbse When preachers and priests play tliegaine of Mammon the devil rubs his bands in glee Tie suicide of Rows Simmons at Pe oria Illafter wrecking two banks of whiclrhe was president and undercharges gross im morality shQYftlI Ohristiaiji ty and business in the modern world wont mix Simmons was a Remiblitan politician and ev idently used the church as a cloak to coVerhis real character and hoodwink fhevotersExH- ouse bill No 800 which is now a law makes it unlawful to present in this state any play basedupon antagonism alleged to have existed between master and slave and which is calcula ted to excite race prejudice This isa good law and it should always have been a law This will now shut out the famous abolition play Uncle Toms Cabin Davis cam hier of the Washington Indbtlnk who stole 00000 of the funds trusted to him has lint served five years in prison and is now free Eighteen thousand dollars a eiir for being a thiefis a pretty good salary The United States troops have massacreed six hundred Filipinos for wanting to run their own country Thats the way the czar does his victims too To my Patrons in Powell County After March I will spend one half of my time at other towns out of this county so those having work partially finished those who have made appointments and to anyone who wants high grade work which has proved its worth please have it attended tbat once asuf ter that date I will work by pre vious appointment altogether and set days to do the work Dn BEUTRAM SMITH Has it Occurred To you why So many wheat flaked foods have come and gone Lack of quality df course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it a taste quality un equalled This accounts for growing business I t ulueI GrolI1 ri f r Try a Ia I Chase t Sanborns 1 HgliGradonff UUIIWifl r 1- 4fWhy 0 j if b i r I ii Because s the best cook ill the world jcant make a good cup of coffee out 21 of poor material 1 12 tlir BUyi Uftj tii At Mrs Williams forjr j A- ATheWhltestWhite I I Cake rT = The Lightest Light Rolls l And Flakiest Biscuit T fro 2VXu loWlion You UtiiO I Pearl and Bakers Pride lloiirT- Ve I No Other Every Sack MANUFACTURED BY Jk A GnaranteedISold by our Leading Merchants t t + 44 + frWH INSURE WITH t- M tIF A LYON SON t The JLiomliiig InHiiiuwco AfifciitH + ot JEiiHtof Jientiiolcy t Over 2000000-00ttRepresented 3 + + I Every one who knows anything about insurance know iI they are leaders in this line f + +W + ++ J 44J W+ H++KW +oK + ++++++ + i t I I l A IfflDortanl Mmonadma tPOLKADOTCANS BEAUTIFY WURU0ME lac r1VT iTNrwIpN A piluwWw i- Ji1 small Investment In add patty 10 ihc walc and bury ol your proptnj tnd I makes you good eelthbot by making a OO neighborhood Good oai al ootanespeouButMaI6M t There one lri ltpIIablcrt4Jo why a rcuon every honest pllnterwiJlaacknowiedgel s r77W Oil iJ IILlf ttPtint the slue to get good to ie ireih and pure horn the dnler bind not ram the snd mud eiini cm The pains ihii U ready o mixwllh lintecd oil gtllon lot gUloo n KIN LOCH PAINT sod w wcooinuod DM N lot ctery good retwn we know l g B Littleoase Son tKINLecf tTOPAYC hN CLAY CITY KY rjtJ irIrjj iirr t oJ k- y v u I c THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY MAR 20 1006 I LOCAL BREVITIES Several from here attended court at Winchester Mondayt t IlLMesdames Carrie Groves and Hoyt Russell visited at Mt Ster I ling Friday Circuit Court adjourned at Stanton yesterday having clear the docket Mrs 0 B Dixon of Jackson is viBitingher parents Judge and IIMr W T Adams Winter lingering in the lap of h spring is what makes countless thousands mourn When in need of Hay Ear Corn Crushed Corn Chop Mill Feed etc Call up Geo Anderson Judge James Flanagan died last week in Winchester aged 86 years He leaves no dccondants whatever Merchant and Postmaster W G Patrick of Kimbrell was in the city yesterday transacting business Dr Littlepage reports the birth of a twelvepound daughter to Mr and Mrs O W Easter i Sunday March 25 John Lamboraon and family will leave on this mornings train for Northern Michigan to make his future home Enough rain seems to keep falling to hold the river up so we I can get a good opportunity tot k see the use of our bridge For all kinds of talking ma see G M Cox North 1chines Lexington No lower prices best machines All kinds of records electric railway between IThe and Versailles has completed and cars are now between the twoJ towns Trips will be made every two hours from each point I Beattyville hasbeen by an act t of the Legislature declared a city of the fifth olass We are glad to see our neighbors climbingJ up the ladder Clay City has I been a fifth class city for a num I her of years t Oliver Bailey have purchas I ed another printing plant and will resume the publication of the Oampton Courier which has not been published since their last outfit was burned a few j months ago I Elder George D Verco of Aus Bible student of Lextrain and + t ington will deliver a lecture at i the Christian church in this city i Saturday night April 7thon Australia to America on a sail ing vessel Admission 15 apd 10 cents1 t Dr Bertram Smith theold reliable Powell County Dentist t will be at Stanton April 16th I and few days following for the practice of his profession Ev cry person in the county need t ing dental work certainly should patronize our own Dr Smith TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY l lkeLAXNrIVEBUOMOQUi- nlno Tablets Druggists refund mon tocureEWrt rJ25c i k I i 4 i li7fft f 1 co Ik 1 tI J L y 1it 1 v1 1 L J H Thomas of Winchester was in the city yesterday Mr Thomas represents the Imperial Publishing Company as traveling manager and is employing a num ber of active people willing to work He will be at Stanton tomorrowFriday Good sala ry and light work John Bowles while operating a machine in the big planing mill someoftheheavy feet and badly mashed itr crushing one of his toes nearly off Dr Smith is treating the injured man and he seems to be improv ing nicely Silk Sale will close March 15th Mrs J W Williams Kentucky Children Home Society has sixty boys and girls between the ages fo three and nine for whom they desire good Christian homes These children are un usually bright and 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 We are receiving more children now in a mouth than wo formerly did in a year and as a rule the children are much bright er and much better looking and easier controlled thin children we formerly handled Will you not show your inter est in this great work for humanity by giving a home to one of these little pones Unless you have a first class homo in every respect and unless you are moral and stand well in your community do not apply as we will un der no circumstances place a I child in a home unless it can get the very best advantages This is the Masters workin asmuch as he said Suffer little children to come unto Me and forbid them not If you are in terested in this charity and would like to take a child please address the Kentucky Ohildrens Home Society No 2110 Von Bor ries Avenue Louisville Ky Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand fright fully burnen in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklens Arnica Salve with the usual result a quickand perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store I Wo are always pleased to re ceipt for subscription especially for money received through the mail The past week we have received the price of one years subscription from both John D Holly Jefiersonvillo and Geo D Hancock Sardis Miss Prof Hancock is employed in a store for a company of which T B McCormick is president A P Steele secretary and treasurer W A Garrett manager All of these gentlemen are Clay City people and we are glad to learn that they have a profitable business 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 all die eases due to malariapoison and con stipation 25oat SwannDay Lum ber Cos store If you want to always be on time keep your watch in good repair SeoWebb fJ Ii Ia i J 1 Accurate MdmluccunuArm nlMli Get a STEVEX1I IndllcmlcbCtW li behind SHOTGUNS our tried ihd TeJeecopu Etc Ak jrout detUTiM lulit ontheSTKVZXS Ifyou I ctnnMobUtew ihpdl I rest e+ urr afdon receipt ofcfcUlog price Stud 40 In itimpi rl ciuloff the entire STEVEN UIcontain point on Ins Ammunition Braimrul threecolor Aluminum Ilingrr will be ror warded for te end la uunpi J 8TXVZH8 ARMS AND TOOL CO y0nox4n- CnICoezz FALLS MASS usA Mr Barnes assistant fore man in SwannDays stave mill in this city got his left hand machinerylasthad his puddle finger torn off Dr Irvin dressed the wound and he has since been getting along nicely A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days 60o Purls intends to revive their old fair association there and has raised 15000 00 ttr insure the holding of the fair Luckiest Man In Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkan fiRS writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the reetoaation of my wifes health after five years of con tl nuouscoughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good for tune to the worlds greatest medi cine 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 ties completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50o andSI 00 Trial bottle free Farm For Sale 100 acres more or less four miles from Levee Kyunder good fence and general repair The same has on it a good 6 room dwelling good barn and out buildings 3 good orchards with a variety of fruits JOHN McPiiEKsoN Levee Ky Anyone desiring to purchase I a graphophone of any make or style or records for either disc or cylinder machines at standard prices should call on G M Cox propr Lexington Cycle Works 141 North Broadway next to Op ora House 10 inch Victor or Co lumbia disc records 60 cents Standard size Cylinder records 25 cents Machines repaired and parts supplied A Healing Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belair GaMYs of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical collapse Ewes so weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of Elec trio Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made anew man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and and all Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Sold under guar antee at SwannD Lumber Gos store Price 5Qcr a 41 ievt d inh r ti yfy f T v M sdJJ I 1 r Its to Your Interest fo spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishings Groceries Hardware Haanees Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right 1 So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and taken exchange for goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have 1 to sell Dont forget the place A E BARNETT SON r CLAY CITY KY k Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackend Liany quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City Trees Plants Vines For the Springof 1006 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 Hil si+ meyer Sons 1EXIHOTOK KY Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing sprngs Price 8000 one half c sh This is a snap that will soon betaken up J E BURGHER Towa Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyter an church Will be sold at a bar gain M Bailey There is nothing more provoking than nn incorect time piece If you have a watchor clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jeweler and silver smith and let him it All work guaranteed lj 3- rt4 9Iwi r croWy7r1dYy1Th TIJE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIJEKSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 849 M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for one sixth toll Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop E Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8150 per day IEXIIERIENCE CO TRADE MARKSIgen ding a utteb and description may Quickly ascertain our opinion w an Intention li probably paUtnttStta Communlc tlonl ItrtotlooulldeutlAL1lA1IIIIIMJI on Pateu4 lent free Oldelt euerYrnEpata nta Patent taken t n1Al wltbo = D the Sckiitific flmerkaitftlraadiomely Ulnrtraled weekly Tarscrt ciroataMon of any clentlflo Jonrnal Termla a L Bold by all newKjealtn Wlirio r tufe EK Wub1DKtODItJ 1 htw mue tJM AnG YYd9eKMu RAci b+Y Hr j KY iIj I t CUT IT OUTsays the doctor to many of his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medicinal treatment that positively cure womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however has been proved by the wonderful cures performed on diseased women in thousands of cases by I IWINE CARDUl Womans Relief It has saved the lives of thousands of weak sick women and has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of chronic Invalidism It will cure you If you will only give it a chance Sold at every drug store in 100 bottles Try It WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send Free Advice In plain sealed eavelope Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tena i Snow Creek Several from hero attended court at Winchester Monday Whitt Azbill was through here last week looking for fat heifers T JVivion has rented a place of Jack Parker and moved to sameWalter Lowry bought a work horse of SBKerr Price un known Frances Vivion purchased of Charley Wood a horse for 85 00 also sold one to S B Kerr for 87 50 Aunt Manerva Wood wife James Wood who fell some time back and seriously hurtlier self is very slowly improving Jeffersonville Miss Manda Martin visited Miss Lela Wilson on Sunday Misses Ohloe and Myrtle Smith visited Mrs G B Martin the past week G B Martin has been on the sick list for several days the past week but is somewhat better Misses Ohloe and Ohattie Smith returned from Clark county where they have been visiting relatives and friends- G B Martin returned on Saturday from a trip to Powelland Leo counties where he bought some very nice heifers Mr and Mrs Fannie Frisby of Powell county visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs James PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stain In the Central Note Ann where an experienced Practitioner may be foun day and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade work known to modern Dentistry t R As IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOEM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OHY OITV KY BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON O LY CITY KY 1 l- r r 1 0 II GAVE UP SUPPORTER I wore a supporter for years for everything Chrisman of Mannsvllle N Y I suf hardlywalkmy supporter and can be on my feet hail a day at a times Welch at this place and returned home Sunday Miss Annie Alice Myers has returned home from Ashland Kv where she has been on an ex tended visit to her sister Mrs Nannie Belle Hammonds Mr and Mrs George Campbell extends their sincere thanks to relatives and friends for their untiring devotion and assistance to their little boy in his sickness On Thursday the 16 year old son of G H Prather fell dead from his horse near this place and was buried on Saturday in the old family burying ground Heart failure was supposed to be the trouble We extend to the bereaved family our sympathy in their bereavement The little son of George and Lucy Campbell died on Sunday at 1030 at the home of his grand parents Mr and Mrs W A Tanner having had his ritltt eye taken out by an operation some two months before He was two years and seven months old The parents have our sympathy The general store of Bryant Drake at Glencairn was burn ed last Friday night The L E office was also destoyed The loss will reech fully three thou sand dollars The Modem Wife slid the Money Question Usually it is the shadow of money that brings the first par tial eclipse 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 he did not have a payday for his em ployees or if he was careless about settling his bills He cannot ex pect to keep his house going with out a financial arrangement that will give it regularity and securi ty It is passing strange that this matter should be a constant diffi 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 she will never be a successful wife until she has her part of the in come without days of brace or discounts This is important it is vital Uuless it is made plain and duly fixed all her other pur poses and aspirations will be for ever handicaped From the April Delineator I r I V i to OUR BIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agricultarmstthe- popular semimonthly farm paper of Nashville Tenn weafe able to give our readers the advantage of n clubbing oiFer which we be lieve is the mostliberal ever made by any newspaper in the SouthI In the first place we willsend the TIMES and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any new or oldsubscriber who pays us OOc This great semi monthly farm paper gees twice every month in to 50000 southern homes and the yearItwomen to suit southern condi tions and is just what our far mers need It answers free of charge any question a subscriber giveninany farmer can understand All departments of farm life are cov ered including delightful home and childrens pages Sample copies free at our offi- ceFEELING LIVERISHThis TAKE l A And Gentle LuaUveJ Wanted Wanted I YOU Routers Hens Docks Geese Tirkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky If You ARE Notice to Huno I All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspnss on any lands belonging to the undersignedB Other names will be added to this list for 50 cents each mweuae 11 b ITHE LT REVIVO I RESTORES VITALITIMadea Well Man 1 of Me R CDEP ft areeddatuoeaoeateeawmreeela their teal mmhood sad old- era win MOOW their youthful vicor br actor gnloklysa-daarelyrhnNaseALoss one IIIc1IIIRIItebtWaetorVubalaw oraarr1l U dleeanbutYdeNgeIq bask Me pew a is isad n- Nei ItTdetile fie et of ratJ aznvorse R 5 cars eezS AMiILL I For Sale iu Clay Olty Ky By B Littlepage Son HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER The Weekly CourierJournal And THE TIMES Both one year for only One DollarFe- w people in the United States havo not beard of the CourierJour nal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it ill essentially a family paper By a special arrangement wo are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year and this pa per for tho price named above Send your subscription for the combina tion to ushot to the Courier Jour nal A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge orgunization plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to sign apledge binding themselves to attend all I primaries of their party between now and the notional cam paign of 1008 It is a practical method for the organiza tion of the party by the rank and file 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 you that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and 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 precinctfIf the same interest manifested In this work during the past four months iajnuintatned during the next two years the total membership will exceed four million Democratic voters ayearByClay City Times and The Commmooner 0D w h h lor e110 Addressallorders to THE TIMES Clay City Ky w Laxative Broroo Quinine Taus lsevelitrete feMee 1ei111b abt h TWI telerlYef V 4rfL4i j 0 1 r IorThe Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable etude Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WIKCBESTEB KY and TR EMAK DW- 21eoantninagofee obtalne4 in WobtAIA PATENTS THAT PAYadrer0aa them thoroughly at our eipcoie access Bend model photo or iketch tor C report on patentability M yam practice Sun PANG REFERENCES rorfrot UukW Book on Irofttabl Patents write to reW8HINOTON KILL THE COUCH AND CURE Tilt LUNGE a WITH Dr Kings New Discovlry IFOR cONSUMPTION 1061100 j Free Trial j Surert and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK w Lexington EasternRy Effective Oct 22 IBASTnOUN D No2 rn I 1905 Lv Lexington 225 745 j Winchester 810 825 L AE Junction 823 887 Clay City 850 9018 i Stanton 406 02x1 Rosslyn 412 928 Natural Bridge 48 D54 Torrent 440 1008 r Iit1 41 O K Junot 0 5 1126 Ar Jackson 610 WEST BOUND Stations No8 P M Lv 625 0 K Junct 2 80 0 20 720 1 11 Torrent 847 747 Natural Bridge 4 Rosalyn 425 22 I Stanton 480 828 Olar City 489 837 1 010 t Winchester 520 1010 a All trains daily except Sunday t Trains Nos 8 and 4 make connect tion at Beattyvillo Junction with L a A Railway for local stations on L A Hallway and connect atOA K Junction for local stations on O k and 8 connect at L E Junc Ion with t7a 0 for Mt Sterling j 1Ren BARR Manager t a in Price No4il BeattyvHleJunc 1029 1180 1AJaekson225 BeattyvilleJunc820 0101I LEJunctionb008 02- 8MLexington005 RailwayNo To Cure Cold One Day OUARSCOTT Gen Pass Agt 11 =iTwe 1 i aa I otv ry J h tOr P yfit