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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d- r 1f r t THE CLAY CITY TIMESr 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City tk Surrounding Cdontry and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOTJ XI CLAY CITY EY THURSDAY APRIL 5 1906 NO J4 Spring Goods Just Opened a Full Line i Now Is the time to buy your Easter Goods Sicilinnsblackwhitoandcolors from 45c to 1 25 per yard Waist Goods including India Lineu Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique and Fancies yJ Embroideries tl 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 yardlr Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at n5c a yard Ohambrays all colors Ging hams Duck etc Just received a new and complete line of Granite ware Every thing housekeeper needs in this line SJ gallon bucket 50c Large Tea Kettle50001- 1eef or Tea Pot2Besides cook Spoons Cups Dippers Wash Pans etc JB Eaton tCeiliny JoBnnd arandas Pickets Stairways Etc Death of Hattie Burton The death of Miss Hattie Bur ton occurred at her home in Hudson Ill Monday March 26th of typhoid fever She is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Char lie Burton She was born at Iron Mound Estill county Ky May 23 1889 and was therefore sixteen years old She leaves father mother two brothers and two sisters Funeral services at Hudson church by Rev Cummings Deceased is a daughter of Mrs Annie Burton formerly a Miss Holman daughter of Mr James Holman of Bowen and a niece of Mrs H G Burgher of this citySleep on Dear Hattie take your rest God called thee home he thought it best Friend Case Appealed The case instituted in Circuit Court having as its purpose the overthrow of the prevailing local option in Powell county and which was sustained by Judge Benton at the recent term of court has been carried by the whiskey people to the Court of Appeals where they hope to get the decision reversed SHIMFESSELS Cla Citys Leading Store Thostore 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 STOCK of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable GOdS At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a j of nice Summer Press Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable now must he sold to make room for our New Fall Stock Ibis isa chance for you ifyou need uny of these goods School Books Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other SchwaRequisites kept always on hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city SHIMFCSSELS I tet ea MapuractureSash t aoorll Weatherboarding Shingles and kQre Fronte Methodist We are Headquarters r V Building Paper r Felt Roofing V FUntQidRoofiing i and Etc 4 Send us Your estimates jl 1rctnlpfi Shlpmeiit z 1 tk 1I f1 1 iif hYLaL df P y- rYt t y a r F 7 fY vr w w New Poultry Industry J B Eaton our wideawake liveryman farther and merchant has installed a new incubator fenced off a commodious poultry yard and wiltfdevote some time to raising 1in bred fowls for market Tbieisa paying indus try and one that shouldcommand a great deal more time and at tention from all of our farmers Poultry growi as well on our 10 per acre glandas on land that costs 100 per acre and it cots no more to raise them on cheap land than on land that costs ten times as much Then it seems that wo have a favorite place to raise poulty at big profits The SaMe in Powell Reports from every section of the county warrant us in saying that our public roads were never known to be in such a bad condi tion In Botne places they are ab solutely impassable It is useless to say that EPtlllcounty could and should afford good roads and while our county officials arc ever on tho lookout for the best interst of the county the present condition of the roads is clearly a neglect of of ficial duty from some source or oth btiustructedthis matter it would be easy to find out where the fault liesEst- ill Herald Fr H ill Right From present indications we are going iW a e iUmpe friiit crop this year PcachesApples plums and etc are yet uninjured and if not killed later we certainly will have plenty of fruit this year Peach buds are just ready to burst into bloom which will be very large People are glad to see the prospects so good for it has been some time since we have had an allaround fruit crop The New er fullSwannDay Lumber Co understand are contemplating replacing their large saw mill buried in tills city last week with a steel frame structure instead of wood as the steel while more substantial will also lower the insurance rate which is now so very high At any rate the mill will be replaced as soon as the loss is adjusted by the fire insur ance people so the debris can be cleared away and work begin The Retired Farmer A greet many comments are made on the retired farmer who moves to town but we think it is a sensible thing for the farm er to do Aftera man has borne the heat and burden pf the day he is entitled to a quiet evening hour and it isnot wisdom or economy for either the farmer or his wife to keep going as long PS there is an Ounce of available strength left in them Let them get away from the grind and toil and begin housekeeping over again while they are still capable Whyshouldthe last minute and then li hitrnessjThere are plenty of hands to bear the burdens and it is good for itlienliithat tlioliuld Ex J o t 1 t Census Taken takingthevery important work the follow ing advice taken from an exchange should be worth much to both parents and census taker The residence should be as if the 1st of April If a man is liv ing in a district on the 1st of A pril and afterwards moves away his children should be taken If a man moves into the district after April 1st his children should not be listed Tim reason for this is obvious and one trustee may take his list the first week in April the man who moves might thus be listed or may not be listed at all Every child between the ages of six and twenty should be list ed This does not mean that all who are between those ages on tlfe day the census is taken should be listed but that all who will be between six and twenty on the 1st day of the school year which is July 1st consequently if a child is less than six when the list is taken but who will be six before July 1st the name should be listed conversely if a pupil is not yet twenty but who will be before July 1st his name should be left off A question sometimes arises as to the residence of a child The law assumes that the residence of the childs parents or natural guardian is the residence of the child but this is not always true as itmay in good faith have its home elsewhere In general the same principles which could determine the mans right to vote will determine the childs right to be listed In cases of serious doubt give the child the benefit and list him any how as ho is better listed twice than not at all One copy of the census must be returned to the office of the Superintendent andone to the office of the County Clerk- HackworthPatton Arvis Hackworth of this city Thursg Patton at the residence of the brides father Armsted Patton near Virden They have gone to keeping house in this city Jim Howard Tuesday began his life seatence in the penitentiary at Frankfort for the murder of the late Gov William Gcubel The courthouse at Murray Ky was destroyed by fire Tuesday night Nearly all the country records were burned oFFICERS M H COURTNEY President SCOTT Vice Pres A T WHITT Cashier Estill Springs Sold propI the fine hotel and seven hundred acres of adjoining land has been sold by the late J M Thomas heirs to Harvey Riddell of Den ver Colo L 0 Riddell of Mt Sterling and J Eliott Riddell of Louisville for Something over 2000000 This property em braces one of the finest summer in the South and is very paying property The new own ers are sons of Judge Robert Rid dell of Irvine where the Riddell brothers were born and reared The property will be under the personalsupervision of L 0 Riddell and J Eliott Riddell The former has had considerable experience in the hotel business as manager of the National Ho tel at Mt Sterling the leading hotel of that city We bespeak for the new owners of the prop erty unbounded success Big Land Deal A special from Mt Sterling A pril 2 says Maj Gen Henry F- Allen of tho Philippines j J 11 Digstntf and M 0 Cochrell of Alt Sterling and J M Pickrell Win chester today purchased the con trolling interest in the Eastern Kentucky Land Company This com pany owns about 7000 acres of coaland timber lands in Morgan Harlan Knox and other counties The lands are among the richest in the State The company will ut once begin the development of the mineralresources of the property The erection of large mills and a railroad is contemplated Gen Al len predicts that in a few years the mountain section will dominate the Bluegruss section March used every minute of her time and went out Saturday in a very rough manner but A pril came in Sunday morning as gentle and quiet as a lamb and has continued so far the four days past of this month It is hoped that the lovely Spring weather will continue for a time as so much wet weather in March has greatly retarded farm work Dr Bertram Smith the dentist will be in his Clay City office un til April 14that Boone Hotel Stanton on Monday April 10th MayDates Sewing- I will do all kinds of Sewing at my residence adjoining the Metho dist Church Mrs Chas Crooks ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National Bank OIayOity Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS 87000 00 CHAS resorts f DIRECTORS t 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 r Jtt p 2- y 4 + f SPOUT SPRING Farmers are getting very busy in this community sowingoats und preparing for coming spring cropsW L Jackson of Vaughns Mill is visiting his daughter Mrs Betsy llupard at Pilot View 11T Christopher Tr left hero last week nand went to Hudson Illinois where he will remain for several months He has our Lest wishes in his new location Asa Todd has this week add ed a number of new fruit trees to his already large orchard This is an example worthy of emulation by every farmer in this county Saturday and Sunday will be regular preaching days at the Baptist church Elder George W McIntosh will do the preach ing Everybody invited to attend these services Mrs Ella White who has been in very poor health for the past five or six years has been much worse the past week but wo are glad to state that she is now improving Because a United States court granted a stay of execution looking for a new trial for a negro a Chattanooga mob lynched him Tennessee has instituted a new procedure in lynching a man out of a new trial I The Origin of Hello Hello said the observing man Thats a funny word We Use it a hundred times a day and vet we never think of where it came from Hello isnt as many people thinkn transposed warm exclamation used in heat ed discussions by hot headed peo ple Its French Way back in the Eleventh century the word was born The Normans in Eng land coined it They had great wolf hunts in Britain just after they had conquered the country and while they were beating 4 the bush of course they had to yui0ed i lot KOI mans spoken AngloSaxon probably when we use the telephone we would say Thnhwool a corruption of the iwolf As they spoke French they cried the French for the wolf or Me loup pronounced c luhloo The AngloSaxons pick i ed the word and it was corrupt ed into hello Remember when you telephone the next time that you are giving the old Nor man wolf hunt cry the wolf Exchange Catarrh Cannot be Cured i1withLOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or con st Hiuiunol disease and in order to cure it you must take internal rem edies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken n internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces y Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick a medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting di rectly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two in gredients id what produces such t wonderful resujtejn curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free EJ CHENEY tOO rf Props Teledo 0 Sold by druggists price 75 rat Take Halls Family PiUs for con i stipation i n rp M THE TIMES u LISnEU y EVEUT THUUSDAY J E Uiirghcr Publisher u Sntscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered aa secondclass mail matter Thursday April 6 1901 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 76 Home and Farm 78 The Local Option Law The following bill passed by the Legislature has been approved be the Governor and is now a law It shall be unlawful for any person or persons individuals or corporation public or private carrier to bring into transfer to other person or p rsntt ornnra tion carrier or agent deliver or distribute in any county district precinct town or city where the sale of intoxicating liquors has been prohibited whether by spe cial act of the General Assembly or by vote of the people under the local option law any spiritu ous malt or other intoxicating liquor regardless of the name by which it may be called and this act shall apply to all packages of such intoxicating liquors wheth er broken or unbroken Provided individuals may bring into such districts upon their person or as personal baggage and for their private use such liquors in quantity not to exceed one gallon and provided the provisions of this act shall not apply to licensed physicians or druggists to whom any public carrier may deliver such goods in unbroken packages in quantities riot to exceed five gallnos at any one time Each package of such spirit uous vinous malt or other ins toxicating liquor regardless of the name by which it may be called whether broken or unbro ken packages brought into and transferred to other person cor poration carrier or agent delivered or distributed in such local option territory shall constitute a separate offense Any person or persons indi viduals or corporation public or private carrier violating the pro visions of this act shall be deemed guilty of violating the local op tion law and shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense This amendment was incorpo rated penalty does not apply to carriers who make no charge for deliveryAnd the placeof delivery of such liquors shall be held to be place of sale And all laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed Senator Tillman has been se lected by the Senate Committee to report the railway rate bill This necessitates numerous con ferences with the President and as a wielder of pichforks and lightning and the man with strenuous teeth have the same regard for one another that an aggressive tomcat has for a succulent mouse interestingI times are lobe you are awakened byn strange I noise accompanied by violent tremblings bf the United States dont get scared It willonly bo the first conf renceC A E A stream can reach ri higher point than its source consequently no town can grow without the united effort of its citizens It is no way to make a town grow by running it down at every chance as kickers are apt to do instead of speaking a good word for the place in which they live and doing every thing to foster and encourage its enterprise One bee cannot make inuce lion ev but a hive of busy bees can attain results and the same principle applies on a large scale to any community There is talk of introducing the study of reading writing and arith metic into the public schools again and eliminating water color paint ing raffia bead and basket work and other high art occupations Corporations are in the words of the courts are artifi cial persons Unfortunately ar tificial persons cannot be put in jail even if guilty OUR BIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly farm paper of Nashville Tonn we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing offer which we be lieve is the most liberal ever made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send the TIMES and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any now or old subscriber who pays us jOe This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month in to 50000 southern homes and the regular price is 50 cents a year Iti is edited by southern men mind women to suit southern condi tioiib and is Juol v t jur Ter mers need It answers free of charge any question a subscriber may ask and its advice is given in a plain practical way which any farmer can understand All departments of farm life are covered including delightful home and childrens pages Sample copies free at our office To my Patrons in Ftweil 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 to at once as ufo ter that date 1 will work by pre vious appointment altogether and set days to do the work Dim BERTRAM SMITH Has it Occurred To you why So many wheat flaked foods have como and gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it a taste quality un equalled This accounts for growing business I Start now and get full value I for your dime Ask Gro cer and accept no substitutes H I j i 1 I m k 1 yl i T T 1I 4 joOCC 7 or IfYou Wants in I t Dress GOOdSIIIjEiJ India lnons Persian Lawns- Embroideries ir I f Laces Shoes White Slippers HosieryIiMillery J IW New Prices New Goods Courteous Treat mont Your Best Interests served by inves I tigating our lines before buying E Mrs J W Wi lian1sI I Clay City a The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Made When You UNO c Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other EverySack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KYISold by our Leading Merchants Y 2 ++ + to t t + + + + + 10 + +5 + + + + + + H + ++ INSURE WITH F A LYON Se SON i The Lending Insurance AjyontH IF of JE2uMteru Kentucky+ + J- Over 200000000 I Represented t insurnnceknowIEvery one who knows anything pbput they are leaders in this line + c + + + + to oJ 1 oJoJ + + + +K t+ + +of ++ ++ + + + ++ +DOT BEAUTIFY y0URH0ME O AAlN1tIfJ I I IportYt tororn POLKA cMNs J trrrwr = A- i1pMrI1 Ja f IW wawaowwlNw t r ti a + rr wr+ wMWwaae 1 + er i jItIkuIissaaeiagaaanopIAKsevi nil I atftaiteiedg1LNThe v ft the dealt btrrel not Iron the rd mixed wine tin The pilot thu U ready a rIrom liniecd oil gal on for gilton it KINLOCH PAINT Md wt reconmood X tormrjr good reason wr kaow IIg B Littlepage Son f1IGCHr tTCOHAMYaJ n 15 CLAY CITY I KY f mTq J Ji r r It 7 N Nn r THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER- THURSDAY APRIL 5 1900 LOGAJJBREVITIES The Oity Council was in reg ular session last night f If dont see the kind of Wlatwf you want just wait rforit 0 0 Eaton will leave today 1 for Somerset looking after the t stave business It didnt thunder in February this time so wo need nt expect frost in May this year When in need of Hay Ear Corn Crushed Corn Chop Mill Feed etc Call up Geo Anderson H L Twyman of Winches tel was here the first of the week buying some good horses The epidemic of measles pre vailing in this city a short time ago has abated there being no new cases at present An automobile lino has been established between Lexington and R chmond The new line y will carry both freight and pas sendersThe Powell County Fiscal Court is in session at Stanton 5 this week with the usual line oJ business to transact and claims to allow Ben Wells a former telegraph t operator at Stanton is in a very bad condition at that place from nervous prostration caused by overwork As wo had March and even much finer weather in January we could have hardly expected January to keep out of March mid it did nt For all kinds of talking ma chines see G M Cox North Broadway Lexington No lower prices best machines All kinds ot records Mrs W R Cassidy was in Lexington Monday to receive treatment from a specialist for a severe and complicated attack of stomach trouble Ed Warmouth has moved from Vienna to this city He occu pies the Cassidy building mid will work in the store for his t brother H 0 Warmouth r J W Henry whose illness C was mentioned in a recent issue is now able to drive up town for a short stay We hope to soon businessfJ H Stidharn of Beattyville who recently purchased Oscar Mackeys farm on Hardwickls Creek was here the first of the week looking after some busi ness matters r Tho West Lexington Presby t tery to which the Presbyterian church in this city belongs is inI ti session at Jackson this week Rev K A Irvin is attending- as delegate from this Farm labor was never so scarce I in Kentucky as at present and many farmers in some counties are sowing their land in gross because they are unable to get labor to cultivate their farms TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY TaKe LAXATIVEt nine Tablets Druggists ndnion1 if it Pails to cure E GROVES sigouturo is urn chbWI ifI Cr r i- Jf s i J 1i 0 0 Colier one of the pro prietors of the Kentucky Nurs eries is in the city delivering fruit trees Mr Colier is a Meth odist minister but on account of falling health was compelled to retire from active labor in the pulpit Matt Tracy who was last week sentenced to tho penitentiary for the killing of Jim Willie Ware in this city last summer will not be accepted at the pris on until he has been successfully vaccinated This will delay his transfer for several days Oscar Mackoy who sold his splendid farm on Hardwicks creek some weeks since to J H Stidham of Beattyville and who later sold his personal prop erty at public auction will this week move to Clay City to re side Devils Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted mo ten years Then I was advised to apply Buck lens Arnica Salve and less than a box permanently cured me writes L S Napier of Rugle8 Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 2oc at SwahnDay Lum ber Cos store Silk Sale will close March 15th Mrs J W Williams Building New Dwelling Henry Wuldiuu ia building anew residence in the western portion of town and will rent complotediW profitable investment for ever I since Clay City lids been a town there has been a scarcity of I houses for rent I IA Lucky PostmistressI found Dr Kings New Life Pills to bo the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Bowels in per fect order Youll agree with her if you try these painless purifiers that infuse new life Guaranteed by SwnnnDIlILumber Cos store WANTED Good hand to work on farm or to rent land and house W E HEFMK Clay City Ivy To Relieve Pain The next timo you have tooth ache earache neuralgia pam in the stomach or abdomen head ache or sprained ankle or wrist try fomentations The way to do this is to take a Hanoi cloth wring it out of boiling water and apply it to the aflected part o the body As soon as the clothcools oil dip it in the hot theIlieved In cases oJ hevaeie sometimes the applications in steal of being applied direct to the head is applied to thee spine which draws the blood from the head and gives relief Human Blood Harks A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home ofJ W Williams a well known merchant of Bac KYIHn writes Twenty years ago 1 hud severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely curedno and I have remained well over since It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds ann Bronchitis and is the only known pure for Weak Lungs Every Bottle guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Co B stbre 50oand 1100 Trial bottle free t J cl 1 STEVENS I WHEN YOU SHOOTIIIn atbehshots count shooting the STEVENS For 41 years STEVENS ARMS have ACCURACY Rifles Shotguns Pistols AK your Deiler in slit en the STEVENS If ye cannot utulnI we ship direct rr frttxrecclptorcataloRiflte frtfaij upon Sent 4 els In for I4opage of Vlebook ltampsI prospective elite fur noogofiIlbe Ji Stevens Arms Tool Co- P O Box 4098 CHICOPEE FALLS MASS U 8 A Mrs John D Rockefeller is quoted as saying she does not know where her husband is Some wives do not know where their husbands are unless they are in jail or on a jury A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud = ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINT MENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days 50c Farm For Sale 100 nero more or lees four Miles from Levee Ky nnder 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 MoPiiEitsox Levee Ky Any one desiring to purchase a graphophono 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 GO cents Standard size Cylinder records 25 cents Machines repaired and parts supplied A New Swindle An exchange Kays A new and clever swindle is being operated by a man who is going about thecoun tryrepresenting himself ns a repairer of sewing machines IIe asks to examine the machine and while do ing so takes out good pieces and in serts broken parts and calls the la dies attention to it then slyly rt places the good piece he has re moved and charges exorbitant prices for his work Lookout for him He is one of the smoothest swindlers that ever came down the pike If you want to always be on time keep your watch in good repair See Webb Some men would rather make excuses than make good Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has 1 uiinosphere whichmakes life in sumo form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure Headache Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints Gene 1 Debility and Female weaknesses Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and es pecially for the aged It induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Co sstoreIf Price only SOoV l fl t Lr 0 iiI J 11M J Its to Your Interest To 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 t Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hilts Shoes Fur i nishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery etcr t11 Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods y 11 We will appreciate your trade and take n exchange foe all kinds of Produce t 1TiesAlE1 BARNETT ft SON ICLAY CITY KY 1 f 1 lII r 1t1 1 Ii 11 Jj Black Creek Lime Works R Sr NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime Go cents per barrel at the kilns or 7cents delivered Clay City mn n Trees Plants Vines For the Springof inOG the Blue Grass Nurseies at Lexington Ky offer n full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Strawberry and General catalogues on application to H F Hil ervmeyer Soivs LEXINGTON KY Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing springs Price 8GOO one half c sh This is a snap that will soon be taken up- I E BUUGHEK Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyteri an church Will be sold at a bar gain M Bailey There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler and silver smith and let him fix it All work guaranteed THE Winchester Bank IXCORPORATLD N H WITIIEKSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 848 M BAILEY Jllercuant and Custom MILLERCLAY CITY KY a Custom work six lays in the we Fresh Ground Dotted Meal always on band Grinds for onesixth toll Clay C Hotel J H EATON Prop 7 Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything nc t and clean Rates 81 00 per y 60 YEARS- rEXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS I 4cIlent free Oldest aa for ecurlng pateut Patent taken through Mann d 00 reeelYe notice without c la the Scientific Jlmtri alt A handiomelr lllnrtrated weekly rareoit crtr eolation of any nolentlflo ioarnal Terms 13 a rear four months l 8oU newiOealen U NCo36levNewYnrk nj JJ J f I l4 I fi I f v I 1 0 I I 11 j J V 1- 7ii J IJ f 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 dre dfut backache headache nervousness dizziness Irri tability tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure IQ WINE OF Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stim ulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place- It is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER In strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free ad vice In plain sealed envelope Ad dress Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medldne Co Chatta nooga T nn Virden T13 Ware is on the puny list with lagrippe We are having some pretty nice spring days now Mrs Margaret Ourtis visited Ms Susie Everman Tuesday G W Everman andwife vis ited 0 0 Curtis and family Sun day 00 Curtis made a business trip to Indian Fidlds one day- Ii 1 yt week on business Charlie Curtis of Pine Ridge cad Willie Ourtis of this place were in Clay City Tuesday on business I Miss Gracio Ware has returned home after a weeks visit with her sister Mrs Dillard Hughes at KiddvilleG of Pine Ridge wre here best week on his way to Olay City to purchase some re pairs for his grist and saw mill which he is operating at this plu o Jeffersonville Lee Hackney visited W W r Stevenson and family Sunday Reubon Villoughby In old cit izen is expected to die at any timeMisses Pink and Lela Wilson visited Mrs Mary and Mandy Margin Sundayr John Willoughby of Millers PKOFE88IONAL CARDS MMIN W NyyNaMyNyMMW1A1J4NMh WM WMM 4 4W Bertram Smith Resident Dentist J CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stars In the Central Hate Ann where an experienced PractIUonermay be faun day and night prepared to execute all klndso high grade work known to modern Dentistry kt if R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY IiBLITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON CLOT OITV KY B R SMITH M D t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY J f e CARDUI I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN in my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Groves Mo and my menses were very painful and Irregular Since taking Cardul I feel like a new woman and do not suffer as I did Creek bought a nice mare of G B Martin for 00I Preaching at Saints Chapel Sunday by Thomas Carter Good attendance good order and good subject well handled John William Haggard of neat Shollsville and Mrs Clorey Rup avd and Thomas Rupard and wife attended the burial of Miss Chat tie Smith Saturday Robert McDowell died A arch the 30th of consumption lie leaves a wife and two or three children in a destitute circum stance This is a place for some one to let his light shine May God help the people to see their duty and remember that God lovesn cheerful giver Miss Cliattie Smith died March the 28th was sick only a few days She leaves a father W T Smith and six sisters She was about 18 years old and the pet cf the family and neighbors Mr Smith and family extends their sincere thanks to relatives and friends for their devoting assist ance to Miss Ohattie in her sick ness Furnace Ed Howell visited Vernon Brat ton Sunday Isaac Rodgers and Mr Johnson were here Tuesday Burk Billings was at Olay City Monday on business Mrs Allen Shouso visited Mrs Lillie G Lyle Tuesday Mr Quiller Tipton of Hard wicks Creek was here Sunday G W LyleJr sold to Will Truitt the Richison farm for 400 Mr and Mrs Lewis Howell viSe ited Mrs Dena Billings Saturday and Sunday Mrs Alma Howell and Miss Mabel Newkirk visited Mrs Mat Tipton Sunday Mr and Mrs G WLyle Jr were at Cobb Hill one day this week on business Mr and Mrs Oscar Mackey of Vaughns Mill visited Mr and Mrs J W Newkirk Saturday night and Sunday Mr Harvey Hackworth and Miss Net Patton were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last week at the brides home Rev RA Irvin officiated We wish the young couple a long and hap pyjlifo C Our Su 1dn school here opened Sunday with a good attend ante and all the officers present The officers are as follows Char ley Ewen Supt Lewis Mastin nst SuptjO 0 Curtis Sec j Mrs Lizzy Cook Treas Mrs Lillie Williams teacher Wo hope to have agoodand prosper ous school The hour of meet ing is two oclock The State Board of Equalization met in Frankfort Tuesday and took preliminary action on the assess ment of property in the counties of the Seventh appellate district It is proposed to make it unlawful for any person in the United States to use the flag for advertising purposes unlesho is a member of Congress Now is the time to subscribe for our combination of five papers for 75 cents This offer will not last much longer FEELING LIVERISHi This Morning IT I A Gentle And LaxativeI Wanted Wanted Your Jr er BessJ Ducks Geestir Turkeys Eggs etc for which Iwill pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JRI Clay City Ky If You ARE hoticetoA- IL HUIUO persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspaps on any lands belonging to the undersignedB Other names will be added to this list for 50 cents each rut I THE rr a GEUDAX Well Man i of Me oo or sitesWhich naMe one forstudy business or marrligo II not only cures by starting attha seat of dliets but storing the fire of oath n wards off Intanlti and Consumption Insist oa tuning BEVIVO no other It can be carried ta yet pocket By mall the money nook and advise lOYAL MEDICINE CO REVIVORESTORES VITALIH Madeat 11I1111111I bringlag poslIbeBuildingC1IICAOOILL 111I Son r HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER TlieWlyCoiiricrJooiiia And THE TIMES Both one year for only One DollarFe- w people in the United States have nbtheard of the CourierJour nal Democratic in all thiiign fair in1 all things clean in all thing it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year and this pa per for the price named above Send your subscription for the combina tion to usnot to the Courhr Jour nal A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans CommonerO- N r MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge organization plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1908 It is a practical method for the organiza tion of the party by the rank and tile in order that it may prove true to its name and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon n feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into the Commoner offlceby the thousands where they are carefully flied by state coun ty and voting precinct If the samo interest manifested in tilts work during the past four months is maintained during the next two years the total membership will exceed fourmillion Democratic voter The Commoner is issued weekly subscription 1 a year By special arrangements for a short time only we offer the Clay City Times andTke Commoner QD qo HfH rlr SllO Address allbrdera to THE TIMES Clay Cliiy Ky Tike Brono Quinine ievga ralIfMrMIYrtil tlrull nil i r Y y r s s y li-Vd1Ate lfr1v 1The The Best the Simplest time most reliable the most Durable mine Write today for particuliirg We also handle u full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialtyt THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY 1 and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In all oountrlfs or no tee We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY adrcrtlM them thoroughly at our expense and nelp Oil to surer Bend model photo or sketch for FREE retort on patentability OuW practice SURPASSING REFERENCES For tree Ould Book on Profitable Patents write to S03SOS Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C I KILLTHt COUCHAND CURE THE L UNC- SWITHDrtings IFOR BOUND CONGAS and N 60CS100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Oct 221905 EASTDOUN Stations n No2- P JIJ Lv Lexington 225715Winchester 310 825 AE Junction 323 837 1 Clay City 056 913 Stanton 400 92J 4 Rosslyn 412 028 Natural Bridge 435 954 ToiTerit44D 1008rBeattyvilleJuno 511 1QII 0 KJunct 0 5 11 2- 6ArJackson0l0 l Il t30fWEST Stations ioS P M Price 1 Lv Jackson 225 020 4 11 0 K Junct 3 80 020 t BeattyvilleJunc320 728 Torrent 847 747 i Natural Bridge 401 01 i Rosslyn 425 22 Stanton 480 828 1- t Olnv Oltv 439 837 LE Junction 508 010 Winchester Ci20 023 1 ArLexlngtoqn 005 10 UP All trains daily except Sunday Trains Nos 3 and 4 make coniiDot 1 tionat Beattyvlllo Junction with A Railway for local stations on A Railway and connect at 0 k K Junction for local stations on 0Ic y Railway t No1 and 3 connect at riE June 1 tion with 0 A for Mt Steriinc J R BABH Qen Manager f1 dire a Cold in i One Da Laxative Talsts t j IAL 11A L L 0 11GenPasllAgt YTw c I EJHG r ti ts r + 1JY a rtf I ee