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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ht f 4 r fT J ly lTIIE CLAY CITY TIMESI Jf 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the SnrronnJing Country anj Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I IVOL XL CLAY CITY KYti THURSDAY APRIL 12 190G NO J5 Spring Goods Just Opened a Full Line Now is the time to buy your Easter loads Sicilinnsblacktvhito and colors from 45c to 1 25 per yard Waist Goods including India Linen Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique andFancies Embroideries i inch to 15 inch es wide 5c to 2oc per yard Short length at actual costIVal Laces at reduced prices A full line of white and colored laces cheap Linen Blue Red and Linn color 12Jc to 24c per yard Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at Jioc a yard Gingp4 Just received a new and com plete line ofGranito ware Every thing housekeeper needs in this line n gallon bucket 50c Largo Tea Kettle50Co-ileo or Tea Pot iio Besides cook Spoons Cups Dip pers Wash Pans etc J B Eaton SHIMFBSSBbS Clay Citys Leading LARGE STOCK Seasonable Gods School BooksF- ull SHIM SSILS I RBbblNG Winchester MFG Go Manufacture Flooring Ceiling B1indi Weatherboarding V Stairways Shingles nhd Store Fronts House Burned B B Hudson who has several houses on his farm lands on Sifow creek had one of the dwellings burned by some incendiary Sun day night the house being unoccupied at the time Blood hounds were brought up from Winchester Monday morning but owing to the rains tram was too cold them to do much good They scented a track how ever and was making headway when they were pulled off think ing that the trail was that of an other man who was known to come to the fire that way Taken to the Pen Sheriff J M Kennon yester day morning took Matt Tracy and Max ORear to the peniten tiary As before stated Tracy will servo five years for the kill ing of Jim Willie Ware in this city lust June and ORear two years and three months for mali ciously attacking and stabbing Dr Iryin also in this city last November Col Thomas Johnson an old Confederate soldier and a member of the Confederate Congress died in Mt Sterling Tuesday aged ninetythree years 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 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 At Cost Am now closing out AT COST u j of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinory and 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 eluinco for you if you need any of these goods Lino of the newly Adopted School Hooks andother School Requisites kept always nn hand Telephone US Goods delivered to nil parts of the city l= Ky f We Sash doors r ln i1lisPjokets Etc the for e e Etc Wea Headquarters for Building Paper a Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc As Kr Send us Your estimates I i f r Prompt Shipments v 0 is f AI Li L- 4 Representative Hopkins Speech Our Congressman Frank A Hopkins made a stirring speech through ther consideration of the Postoflico Bill It was a reply to a recent speech of Representa tive Bennett of New York who severely attacked the Kentucky courts and took occasion to rofer to the illiteracy in Mr Hopkins home county Floyd Mr Hop kins statement to the effect that the percentage of illiteracy cred ited to Floydcounty by Mr Ben nett was not true caused the Now York member to demand that Mr Hopkins language be taken down As unparliamentary The Kentucky members speech was interrupted about ten min utes in an effort by Mr Bennett and other Republican members to shut off the speech but the chairman declared the language parliamentary and he was able to continueMr is included in his speech accounts of crime in New York City in ojie day the crowd ed condition of the jails the re cent exposures over the white slave traffic in the city strikes and socialistic tendencies This said Mr Hopkins is only offered in answer to the claim that life and property are safer in New York than in Kentucky and most all of these are from reports of ledayL fhsScboolIiaw Under theschool laws of Kentucky towns can collect and spend on their city schools 00 cents on the one hundred dollars in addition to the State fund while in the country not more than 25 cents can be collected for such purposes Why the differ ence It is that the country boys are not worthy the same school advantage Is it they can grasp an education equal to the city boy with the limited expondi ture Is it that the law presumes they should not have as much schooling as those in towns or is it an act of carelessness on the part of our law rankers As a rule the country children where they have anything like the same school advantage as the city children learn faster and if they could have as good schools as their city cousins have they would soon be far ahead of them get through the common school branches at a much earlier age and be through college possibly just at theuge the city boys would begin Still in all things the country boys should have an equal show ing with town boys But if he did he would soon loot the city lads out of jobs on account of his superior natural talent so potent in the country bred boy e A Delightful Party Last Friday evening time doors of the entertaining home of Dr and Mrs Littiopage were thrown open to a merry crowd of young people The chief feature of the evening was a game of flowers which was a test of the knowl edge each guest possessed of the flower kingdom and afforded no small amount 6f amusement Music was by iio means forgotten and we all refreslmiugy4 i f yMM- t t L taste of the ice that was served Miss South gave the affair in honor of the graduating class of 1006 which is composed of these young Indies and gentlemen Ouidu Littlepage Elizabeth Mize Mary Graham Eaton Mary Shimfessel Gallic Dixon Ada Johnson Maude Ppillips Mildred Moore Toni Mountz and Oscar Daniel all of this place A Growing Business Geo W Anderson our hustling produce man has a growing busines Ho has two men on the road all the time picking up produce of all kinds and is handling a quantity of it He pays for the stuff very liberal prices and has nothing for exchange but genu ine cash Our farmers good wives are all aglee on account of a cash market for their produce and as consequence they should give more attention to the indus try this year and raise a consid erably increased surplus There is no danger of raising more than cnn be sold or hauled away as Mr Anderson will meet the e mergency even though it may require a dozen or more wagons to haul in the produce Sawmill Contracted For The SwunnDay Lumber Company last week let a contract to George Allen of Milwaukee Wis for the erection of a large sawmill in this city to tnke the place of thee one burned two weeks ago Thb buildingtwill be placed on the same old mill site The struct ure will be entirely of steeland will be fitted with the latest and best macbiniry Work will be gin soon and pushed until com pleted The mill willcost fully 50000 00 und will be the largest in the State This all means more business and prosperity for Clay City during the present year e Powell vs Montgomery The tax rate for Montgomery county has been fixed by the Fis cal Court at 00 cents on the hun dred dollars This is 20 cents more H an Powell county and should convince our people that we are not so burdened with tax after all The county is out debt and just ready to begin road improvement und the building of some bridges across Red river Standstill and witness the progressive march of old Powell in the future Some persons are inclined to believe that even biennially is too often for a legislature to meet OFFIOKK8 M H COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WHITT Cashier Has Made a Fortune Edward 0 Rupard a native of Montgomery county went West a few years ago suffering with tuberculosis and with only a few hundred dollars He leased some land formed a stock company bored for oiland a rich strike was trade lie formed another company and met with the same success He went East and se cured financial backing branch ed out on a larger scaleand in Il short time found himself inde pendently rich Since that time he has organized new companies He is president of the Newton Zinc Company and Secretary and Treasurer of the Pralen mines two of the largest eonerns in the West Young Rupards possessions in Kansas and Missouri an now estimated to be worth jOO 000 00 Sharpsburg World Mr Rupard married Miss Besse I Lewis daughter of George W Lewis formerly of this county I but Mrs Rupard is now dead Mutt t jy TJielr Debts Teachers in the Paducah city schools must hereafter pay their debts or resign This rule was adopted by the school Board at a recent meeting of that body after one of the teachers salary hud been garnisheed for debt A rule was also adopted fixing a fine of onefourth of days salary for tardiness on the part of any teacher in time echflbl I Beautiful Weather Every day this week has p brought fair and growing weathmer The buds are swelling fast so in a few days the deciduous trees will again be green Grass will soon do to turn on and the farmers are now making very rapid strides with their farms work since it has become dry enough to work the ground Ma ny gardens have already been planted Mad Dog in Town througntown nJUongiand bit a dog or so before it got out of town Dr Bertram Smith the dentist will be in his Clay City office un til April 14th at Boone Hotel Stnnton on Monday April 10th at Rosslyn and Bowen in May Dates given later Sewing- I i will do all kinds of Sewing at my residence adjoining the Metho dist Church Mrs Chas Crooks ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS 87000 00 DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT J P COX- J D ATKINSON A T WHITT A General Banking Business transacted As liberal accommodations will be extended as is consistent with f safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED I A F 1m r iJ 1- JIIL y I r eI t J r j it i SPOUT SPRING Elder George W McIntosh was in Irvine Monday oh a busi ness mission James A Fox of Winches ter was here Wednesday on a business mission Berry Barnett bought of a Mr Johnson a good colt for cight five dollars A fairly good congregation attended the services at the Baptist church Sunday Berry Barnett has sold the reminder of his mountain farm to a gentleman from Hardwicks Oreek who will move to the placeElder N McIntosh has mov ed from Clay City to our town We extend to Elder McIntosh a most hearty welcome to our midst It S Christopher was in Mont gomery county lust week and bought of G B Martin a bunch of heifers for seventeen dollars headMrs Eliza Webb widow of the late Marshall William Webb formerly of this county died at the home of her daughter Mrs Ellen Fharis in Winches ter Saturday aged eighty years Burial in the Winchester Ceme tery An Editors florrlage Notice Bert Jleadly editor of the Gay lord Kan Sentinel was married a few days ago to Miss Gertrude White Being an editor Mr Head ly took the liberty of writing his own marriage notice which he did in the following humorous style This is the first instance in several years of newspaper work that the writer has dared to tell the truth about a wedding without fear of getting licked and does so now with keen relish The groom is an editor and is not an accomplished and popular leader of society in fact ho doesnt know as much a bout it as a rabbit His hair is red and freckles on his face crowd each other for room In the dusk it is hard to distinguish him from a tele phone pole lIe had never consid ered tliiit lite iiituro looked very bright or promisingit has always kept him too busy paying his board 1 bills to have any dreams shout fu ture greatness He is just a common sort of fellow and claims dis tinction only in that he is a Kansas from the sole of his clumsy feet to the top of his head The bride i is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Ni J White and was born andraised in the Solomon valley Judging from the jol she has taken on her hands she is a young lady of more than ordinarynerve Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot rearm time seat of the t disease Catarrh is a blood or con stitutional disease and in order to I cure it you must take internal rem takeImucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick 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 t vesttunics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting die rectly on tho mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two in gredients fit what produces such wonderful results in curing Cat- arrhiVSend for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Props r Teledo 0 Sold by druggists price 75 Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation i t c d4 4 yx r THE TIMES irUHLISHED EVKKY TI UII DAY n J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates S0 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass mail matter Thursday April 121 1000 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and Courier Journal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 The Panama Canal Estimated cost of the Panama Canal 200000000 Amount paid French Company for the title 10000000 Amount paid Panama Govern ment for perpetual lease of ca nal lands 10000000 Length of canal 15 miles Canal width varies from 250 to 500 feet at the top tho bottom width being 150 feet There will be five twin locks of concrete masonry each lock 788 feet long and 82 feet wide with a lifting capacity of 80 to 82 feetDistance from Now York to San Francisco by old route 13 714 miles by time route through the canal 5200 miles Distance from New York to Manilla by present route via San Francisco and Yokohama 19530 milesDistance saved in a sailing trip around the world from Now York by the new route through the Panama Canal 2708 miles Distance from Liverpool to Manilla by the Suez Canal 9053 milesDistance from Liverpool to Manilla by tho Panama Canal 14118 miles The Panama Canal was prac tically begun 1883 be the French Company They had completed about two fifths of the length when because of fraudulent management the Company failed and the work ceased in 1889 Beautify the Roads With the clamor for good roads there is a growing sentiment to make them beautiful as well by compulsory planting of trees a long the highways Homecoming Americans after a trip a broad tell us of the beautiful continental highwaysV The public roads of Germany are all shaded in some places by fruit trees An arbored highway marking the changes of time seasons would be an education in beauty at a very little cost The American people need only a hint to call into play active effort for such beneficence for man and beast Now York is already at work upon the plan If every land owner would plant twenty feet apart a sapling a long the lino of his land on the highway what a beautifut park our State would be in a few years Mountain Schools The school interest in the Ken tucky mountains is thoroughly awakened Monticello recently adopted tho graded system and is building 10000 Op high school Somerset has three buildings and needs two more in addition to 10000 Carnegie library hoI ed with the high school W London recently adopted graded schools and wiltereptr a 1200d 00- buildingatoncciMi dIesdorough will build n 3090o school ing the coming summer Barbpur vijle wili builda ilO QOO 00 high school minding this yetri and s arofi foQttospaU2 OOO on aaew Union qjJegQjwlrile a mechanicalhall isjv possibility Somerset Journal With all their recklessness the American lifoimmaurancO com panics have never been charged with doing business in the Phil ippines says the Atlanta Con stitution It Would bankrupt e yen the Big Tree to insure Moro lives while general Wood im winning immortal fame in tho Orient It is now currently reported that Senator Knox has brought the President round to his way of thinking on the rate bill If the other Senators have the same luck the President will have some difiicultv in recollecting whet his originnl opinion was Missouri is promising to run a coalmine of its own if the stiiko shuts things down Missouri feels equal to anything after forcing Mr Rogers to converse pleasant ly with Attorney Gen Hartley when he did not feel like talk ingWhon a Southerner gets n big appointment from the Feder al Government weoften find that it is a Northern man who moved down there and carried his car pet bag with him OUR BIG CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular semimontHly farm paper of Nashville Tenn we are able to give our readers the advantage- of a clubbing offer which we believe is the most liberal ever made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send tho TIMES and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any new or old subscriber who pays us GOc This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month in to COjOOO southern homes and the regular price is 50 cents a year It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern condi tions and is just what our far 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 coy ered including delightful home and childrens pages Sample copies free at our office Has it Occurred To you why So many wheat finked foods have come 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 valueIp anr fa1 I Ql I n JM I 1rItL See UTFI l1 f 4 I j r It f l1Ii Your Wants in c IJrI Dress Goods 1 mrPersian LawnsI f P Jt loT Embroideries iJ W T Laces Tv r I Shoes r 0- i I J I Slippers r IWho It f ffiliIv New Prices New Goods Courteous Treat J ment Your Best Interests served by nves 1 tigating our lines before buying j I I Mrs JW Will iams w I Jay City Ky Iw1Vil IijThe Whitest White CakerThe Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest BiscuityAre Mmle V1IC11TonUraot j t Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed J MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants f ot- IH fo X+ M+Ho oH++++Hot + + 2 Ho + IISSTJiRliS WITH I t F A LYON SONoj I t The Lending IIINUIHIICO Agentst i k I 1 of 1w torn ICoiitucjJcy 4 rj I ot if i Over 200000000 I II t Representedt 4 j 1c I t Everyone who knows any thing about insurance know t t i they are leaders in this linet+++++++ + ++ + + t ++r+ + ofH++ + J I 1iJPOLKAeOOTeCANS YouiriloMzI1 beport emorandum MNMr T wvwwj= at IWwWa7eoNI TM N Twr = rwMwwM + uw wMVSIii- A nail lnveament in palnllddallull to the ale and IBU of yon proJllIIcr- maku you a good neighbor by making a Rood neighborhood Good punting it onto lpelllIBUIbe4 S I r aoknowledgeme rHilytolor niry mood niton we know g B Littlepage Son KINLOCr1 tTCOHPAKytll 1N rtC o fVICY I 1 u h J rVI r rh tJ I I THE TIMESI AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER APRIL 12 1000 fTHURSDAY BREVITIES Mt Sterling has busi ness college J F Clark of Mt Sterling is in the city- Circuit Court is in session at Winchester this week James A Fox of WinchesterI is hero looking after some tim ber interests 0 S Hardin visited homo folks I i at Monterey Owen county a few days this week I Dr Lemming and Judge M A Phillips of Stanton were in the city yesterday G B Martin of Jeffersonville was transacting business in the I city Saturday I When in need of Hay Ear Corn Crushed Corn Chop Mill Feed etc Call up Geo Anderson Not many farmers in town this week too busy making up for past bad weather There seems to be an epidem ic of distemper among horses in all parts of the country I Mrs John Branham has the TIMES sent to her brother J C Holman at Rutledge Mo Mrs Nannie Wright of Rich mond visited relatives in the city three days of this week Elder N McIntosh has sold his property in this city to James G Jenkins and has moved to Spout Spring k Clint Barnett a former Pow ell county boy orders the TIMES sent to his address at Danvers Illinois IMesdames Dr Littlepnge N te M H Courtney and i were1visitingLexington I Abb Hall of Bowon and one of Powell countys capitalists will move soon to his splendid farm in Montgomery county Owing to tIe prevailing high price of timber many railroads 1nrosetting out treefarms to pro vide cross ties fifteen or twenty years hence For all kinds of talking ma chines see G 11 Cox North f Broadway Lexington No lover prices best machines All of records I IMrand Mrs Geo W Ander t son the formers parents Mr and Mrs Geo W Anderson Sr near Mt Sterling from Sat I urday until Monday I Powell county lands have been I jraised by the State board of e r qualization 12 per cent and town lots 5 per cent This raise also r carries a raise on personality for lik per centI Our roads in most places are still horrible for wagons We hope the county authorities will give them attention at once vso we can enjoy the use of good roads all the summer and falk J TO CURE A COLp IN ONE DAYS Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qui t nine Tablets Druggists refund rnon j eyif it falls to cure E W t t GROVES signature is on aeh box f 25c F aS E k 1- T1 T E N Wilson has purchased a 50 foot lot from tho west end of Frank Be Russells large yard and running from sixth to sev enth avenues and will erect thereon a handsome residence Sunday is Easter when the charming girls will don their beautiful new Spring regalia for the first time The Easter girl is always the prettiest of the seasonand the grirl prettier than her adornments Lexingtons Population According to Lexingtons recent estimate that city has an as sured population of more than 41000 This is an increase of 15000 in six years and shows the bluegrass capital to be fast forgoing to the front Devils Island Torture- is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 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 Rugles Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Cultivation of Fruit Trees For the best results fruit and other trees should be cultivated early and often during the spring and early summer as that is the time when most growth is made When the fruit is small there is plenty of sap for vigorous wood growth but after the fruit ap proaches maturity the wood growth decreases A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be 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 SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price 25c WANTED Good hand to work on farm or to rent land and house W E HEFLIN Clay City Ky The Home Paper The weekly or home paper de serves the liberal patronage of the town and county in which it is pub lished 11 gives the home news as no outside paper can or das pub lish nnd it is the news of the ones own town and county of most con cern It helps to advertise the town and county it calls attention to home industries and home enter prises and it gees out to the world as the representative of the people among whom it is published Packing Company Indicted The Jefferson county grand ju ry has indicted the Louisville Packing Company charging it with selling 2500 pounds of hams which were putrid and unfit for food Indictments against other packing houses are now pending Human Blood narks A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago 1 had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It com pletely cured me and I have remain ed well ever since It cures Hem orrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Voids ann Bronchitis and ia the only known curefpr Weak Lung Every bottle guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Cosstore 50qnnd nQo Trial bottle ree 1 i j Z f a lioN YOUR De sure to HUNTINGhe properly eiulppeilottaln TRIPthe STEP I ENS Mil you CANNOT GO WRONG We Ullkt IRIFLES from 325 to I1BOOO PISTOLS from 260 to 8000 SHOTGUNS from 780 to 3800 Ask dealer anllnSII ono popular make If I shtpdirectrtfaid upon receipt of cat lor twice 1111lrale Our attractive threecolor Aluminum Hanger will be anywhere for 10 cents In stamps J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL COP 0 Don 4096 Chicopee Falls Matt IT S A Jumping the Rope Jumping the rope as a recrea tion for schoolchildren has a gain been revived This is fine exercise for them in moderation but is very dangerous when carried to excess Children have killed themselves by jumping too much at a time 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 50o A hogjust one sold in Mt Sterling the other day for 85000 It was owned by George W Seek man and said to be the heaviest in the world It weighed 1120 pounds Farm For Sale 100 acreo more or less 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 witha variety of fruits JOHN McPiiEnsoN Levee Ky Anyone 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 The wise man takes care that the last resources of his wisdom are not exposed to vulgar view If you want to always be on time keep your watch in goodrepair See Webb The Richmond and Lexington automobile line has been aban doned after a few trips on ac count of the danger in going down the Kentucky river hill to the highway bridge Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes life in some 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 Bit ters cure Headache Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizefforweak persons dnd es pecially for the aged It induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price only 50c sh S M M i sj f Its to Your 1 Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go far to find that place Our storeis alwoy ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Hoaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc 1 Our Prices are Right Ii i So are Our Goods I Imarketj IttoAl L BARNETT SON I CLAY CITY KY mss Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 7cents delivered Clay City Trees Plants VinesIII For the Springof 1900 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 Ht F Hil enmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing springs Price 8600 one half o she This is a snap that will soon be taken up J E BUttOnER Town Property for Sale Two cottages on SeventhaVe 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 Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIEHSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 848 M BAILEY Merchant an j Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six lass in the we Fresh Gronni Bolted Meal always on had Grinds for onesixth toll Clay City Hotel Ja II EATON Prop ITable supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat andclean Rates 8150 per day EXPERIENCE eo YEARS I t TRADE MAMS ONIONS COPYRIGHTS ae Anyone a sketch and InventIprobably opinion IIItd nee whether no Lions etrtatl oooadw lrt on I arena- Bent ft ar f etec- pettetnllotkwithoutcherteI1 the SdtIOfIC RlltrkalA handaomelr mnatrated weekly Jane 111- 10culatlon ot an eelenUda ournaL TermLN a ear dL Sold nerndealaa- lMirioo oa rlrNewYrk T J asyrc A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking IWINE Womans It will ease away all your pain reduce inflam mation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovar ian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We wilt send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory DeptThe Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Kimbrell Stone t Gos pawmill at this place started up Monday Roger Bryan the grocery sales man of Lexington was here last ThursdayiJ J Morgison of Galloways Greek was here on business last TuesdayW Patrick bought of Ben Baubly two yearling heifers at 1050 per head and one of Mor ris Larison fdr 1250 There will be no preaching at Jacksons Chapel next Sunday as there will be Quarterly meeting at Shiloh and Bro Prentiss will preach here the Fourth Sunday instead West Bend Mrs Katherine Johnson is on the sick list at this writing Cora the infant daughter of James Young is very sick at this Everman made a busi ness trip to Olay City one day last week Herman Everman Thos and Ohas Roundtree were at Lexing ton one day last week Sunday school opened at this place Sunday with Mrs Leora Berry Supt and n 0 Everman Teacher Hour of meeting half i past two Every body invited The young men at this place have started a lodge called the YM A We think it is a very good lodge Thomas Ogden Jr PKOFK88IOKAL CARDS Y MY4IMMWMPMM Dr Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY i ONce up Ulr In the Gtntral Note Ann on1R A IRVIN MD PHV8IOIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY OITY KY t 84 LlTTLBPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON e CLAY CITY KY 5- 4 j G CARDUl I Relief writingL Bertram DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She Is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely is President Chester D Ever man Vice President Levi Ever mon Secretary H Everman Treasurer and Chas Young Mar shill Jeffersonville Miss Mandy Martin visited Miss Lelu Wilson Sunday G B Martin sold to Russell Christopher souse nice heifers at 17 per head Russell Christopher and Lu ther Martin visited G B Mar tin and family Tuesday George Willoughby and wife and Miss Berry visited he moth er Mrs Mary Martin Monday John D Holly was in Santon Monday delivering books and in Clay City Tuesday Ho reports dull luck Thomas Carter will preach Sunday at 11 oclock at the up per Spruce school house Every body invited Bluford Welch of North Bend Powell county visited his pa rents James Welch and wife Saturday and Sunday Seed And Soil Special Hubert Vreelnnd Commission erof Agriculture already is plan ning a tour of the State in a spe cial train for the purpose of edu cating the farmers along the new est lines of soil culture The spe cial train will be operated after the fashion of the Corn and Al falfa Special which was run with such success last fall The tip this summer however will be in the interest of seeds and the benefit of soils and will be called the Seed and Soilspe ecial Special lecturers who are known as authorities on the pro duction and selection of seeds and on the care of soils better ment and renewal of soils will be secured to accompany the train The train will be operated through the State for ten days or two weeks Who Was The Loser A banker going home for his dinner saw a 10 bill on the curb stone Ho picked it up and took the number home in order to find the owner While at home his wife remarked that the butch er had sent a bill amounting to no The only money he had with him was the bill he had found which he gave to her and she paid tho butcher1he butcher paid it to the farmer fur U call and the farmer paid it to a mer t H L chant who in turn paid it to a washerwoman and she owing the the banker a note of 10 went to the bank and paid the note The hanker recognized the hill as the one he had found and which up to that time hail paid 50 of debt On careful investigation he dis covered the bill was cpunterfoit Now will some of our friends tell us what has been lost in this transaction and by whont2Ex Hodgcnville was crowded with country folks Saturday A mer chant offered 10 to the man who would deliver the greatest slum her of people from the county in front of his store So many wag ons appeared tlatthey couldnot be counted Immigrants are coming in b Texas at the rate of 1000 a day And N Y and Boston at 10000 a day This country will have to continue to do some tall assim I ilating to digest so much raw food i FEEtINGi LIVERISHI This MorningTAKE I I t A Gent at1ve And Appetizer Wanted anted Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky If You ARE Notice to HUIo- All persons are notified to luQr1sbehlI1glng B 11 HUTSON Other names will he added to this list for 50 cents each I THe aaue ERmA lOYAL MEDICINE REVIVORESTORES VITALin MadeWellMa a of Mt I DIceItlaeabcmtnnltaln naannweriwiowerfoUy end quickly Cure their lost tnknhoodua utlagIityIvoaerLost VlUlltr Impotencr Slightly EmltsloDt Diaeueeanclau I IIIaoloa u M on baring no allI51888srpackMeor121o tlvo written tnsrsatee to eve of nfUfue oDey Book and adrlia meL Addreti COMarine UulldlnlrI ITor Sale in Clay City Ky By B Littlepage Son HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER The iTeelcb CouriCl1Joufllal And ITHE TIMES I Both ono your for onlyi One DollarFe- w people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Jour nal Democratic in all thing fair in all things clean in all things it in essentially a family paper By n special arrangement we are enabled I to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year and this paper for tho price named above Send your 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