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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f THE CLAY CITY TIMES fI y 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Sttrrouniing Country anJ Ourselves 1 R Hurghcr Publisher UmVOTJXI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY AP1UL 19 1905 NO J Spring Goods Just Opened a Full Line Now is the time to buy your Easter loads itilianshlackwhite and colors from JfC to ifl 2r per yard Waist Goods including India Linen Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique and Fancies Embroideries 4 inch to 15 inch es wide 5c to 2oc per yard Short length at actualcost Yal Laces at reduced prices A full line of white and colored laces cheap Linen Blue Red and Lin 11 color 32Jc to 2lc per yard Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at 8jt a yird Gl11ghalUs Just received new 111111ccom- plete line of Granite ware Everything a housekeeper needs in this line i gallon bucket ills Large Tea lettleiiOCo- llcl or Tea Pot 25 Besides cook Spoons Cups Dip pets Wash Pans etc J B Eaton Flooring d i Vanuulas Store CTwo Monday Monday morning there was a wreck on the east freight train between Indian mid L s Junction which delayed radio for some time the track could cleared The west passenger train though leaving hereon time could not make at L Eo Junction with the C O going to Sterling so many persons here who were aiming to attend were prevented from go ing And again Monday afternoon after clearing the track an en trine was pulling the Indian grade two pair of trucks to switch for the passenger whets gnilleclIratea passenger train a distance this side of Indian and un der the engine doing considerable damage to both the engine wnsIctipine was iii csssiry to carry the n on Lexington Dr O W McIntyre D D S of Carlisle is visiting relatives in the city SHIMFESSELS Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have peen dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the fluid with the usual LARGE STOCK oft neral Merchandise selling to the Bet People the Best Quality of floods nt the llest Prices This means a swing of Dollars in it Little While Seasonable GoAds At Cost Am now elosjnif AT COST u of nice Summer Oress Goods Millinery and Km In fact all Summer Goods an included These goods though seasonable now must lit sold to iniike room our New Full Stock This is a you if you need relyof these goods School Books Full Line of the newly Adopted School Hooks and other School Ue tiisites kept always IIn hand Teltihone IIS Goods delivered to all parts of the city SHIMFESSELS I I EbIANCE MFG Co Winchester Ky We Mar ufacture Sash ilnor Ceiling Hill Weatlierlioiuding Pickets Stairways ShingleKand Etc Fronts Wrecks hound Fields before be bound morning connection Mt court tip Fields Fields ran tm into Many out for chance fur We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Hoofing Flititoid Hooliing and Etc 1 e Send us Your estimates Prompt Shipments I Kentucky Crop Report The month of March was bad from beginning to the end Snow sleet and rain followedeach other in rapid succession but since April came in there hUB keen a decided Theisun has again appeared and nil na tore is taking on the appearance of springThe prospects and for a full plant ing of etmi The wheat crop e specially the early own is looking well On the lowlands particularly in the 1nrchaBe counties the wheat fields have been too much Hooded to promise well The spring oat sowing is very back ward on ac count of the bud weather in March which will cut th acreage short of an average crop lhe condition of rye is fairly good About one fourth of the 10 5 tobacco crop both Burley and hark remains mi eightltallillglast year J but the lark tobaceo has sold higher Meadows and clover hove lost a few points each in COM dition since our March report The acreage of clover town this spring is not up to the average largely on account of the tinuertaintyof the crop The farmers in many sec sections are rapidly becoming dis couraged in trying to raise it The potato crop will be about the usual acreage but will be unusually late in being planted Compared with a fiveyears aver age there seems to be quiet a fall ing off in all kinds of live Hogs sheep and lambs arestmkI much below what they as theyarc nil in demand at good prices Hogs particularly me re ported scarce in a great many coun ties It Is must too early yet to accurately forecast the itnuvberry fruit and garden crops Some dam age III certain localities is reported to the peach and cherry crop but AIdolayhave doiitj at thU sivisoti of the year concetpiently Ire further he bind with their work but with fair weather in April theywill soon catch up and once wore be in good spirits- A Good Grass Japan clover a grass which in theltIatering even on the poorest soil comI ing thicker this Spring ever It affords excellent grazing and cuts gool hay For grazing purposes the new grass cannot be excelled after it conies in hut it is too late for early grazing It is said to he a splendid fertilizer and is considered blessing for this country to have the new grass accidentally introduced 0 Bank Statement In this issue the Clay City Na tional Bunk has another of their Hue statements This hank of recent years has been doing a nourishing business yielding good interest to the stockholders and being a safe depositary for till who have a surplus amount of cash The savings department of this hunk is quite an impor everyindividualterest in A Duteous Grand Jury The Montgomery County grand r jury now in session at Mt Ster ling has made several sensation al indictments with the promise of more to follow Indictments have been found against Magistrates J W Henry C L Dean Newt Lerry and J II Shultz for alleged malfeasance in that they attempt ed to pay W W Eubank as road commissioner a salary after he had Leon remind told other offenses Kubank was also in dieted 101 alleged usurpation of ollice in acting after he had been removed and City Jailor Lang stun was indicted for allowing a 1LagistrateIlenry for subornation of perju IIIHcte111Oil Olcl1hlllllher of a prominent told inlluen tial familytwin indicted on an accusation of grand larceny it being alleged that he stole throe cattle from John T Woodfords i pasture It is reported tvtt j11 ham has fled the countryu1d will not face the charge Destructive Earthquake I IecciellIat San Francisco Call followed by a most destructive lire Four thousand are said to have lost their lives J A Webb former ly of Claw City is a resident the ill fated city ofI Better Still The vein of cement clay on the Bolmnnan farm near Stanton has all along been considered a valuable find thought to not be more than a lfftcen foot vein but up Oil a thorough investigation it is found to be twentylive feet in flIJlIIIlIew0 Forest Fires Forest Ics were raging ill 11111I ny parts of the county Friday but was stopped by rain that night As it was nut much in hadilotj asICaught Large Fish Louis Bradley Clay Citys lending angler last Saturday caught j weighing j the llsh to Lexington and there placed itIIn exhibition Mr havingIi from Ked river alFaFaty 11 H COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Presi A T WIIITT Cll hlelIi j Work on L Fc E Extension j flans have boon completed by the Lexington and Eastern railroad it has been reported in LOP titIsummer way for the extension has belonged to the railroad for several years but lack of finances has made tin actual construction of track m t only impracticable but impossi lilt The line is to rontintn through Jackson southeast t Hazard from which place ii time it will he continued south j into the mineral district ill tho 1II01llltainsI and 1 voir h is- j been exceptionally successful it is asserted and this success hiv ThpIis about twentyone milts and i f is believed that a comparatively level right of way up Lost cntk has been secured According to the plops of thv comp uliv tIll ex tension will be completed this summer anll will bo ready for operation bv the middle of next fall II L Twyman of Winchester was hero Iriuay and Saturday after some good horses Mr Twyman has recently bought a lmtyIare so high it seems that our peo pIe should pay snore attention to otherIC Shimfessel one of our lead ing merchants is in Cincinnati this week buying hisSpring stock of goods Mr Shimfessel always shows a nice line of oo1s fll nil seasons and this Springs collection will surpass all previous ef forts Dont fail to call and ste when this mammoiith stock ur rive New riillienery I will beat my Ahllim rv More in daysiin Millinery and will be pleased to see all my old friends and customers 111111 all persons interested in Millinery Irs W N 1JUSI1 Sewing I will do all kinds of Sewing at my residence adjoining the Mclho dist C lurch Mrs Chits Crooks p ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky 8iiOOOO 00 sriiiLUs srooooo ICAPITAL WIIKCTOHS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT 1 F COX 1 D ATKINSON A T WIHTT A General Nanking Business transacted As liberal accommodations will be extended his is consistent with safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED i z SPOUT SPRING I Elder George W McIntosh I sold lat week to Tims Will iams of Irvine a bnnrli of fur tysix head of hugs at fl 7o per liundretl John II Unrulier of Lox ing tIll wus here from Friday until Monday visiting relatives Mr Hurgher lias continuously been in the employ of the L fi E railway for the past fourteen years null is held in the high est esteem by the railroad olli rials d Result of RichesI1 II MeEaehern was convicted of conspiracy defraud the Nort western toI Life Insurance Company and took only Iii minutes to convict him and sentence him to the penitentiary for four years There are a lot of other conspirators who i the public now knows have roll bed the companies out of many millions hilt none of them arc in jail though they have confess i ed the crime Its dillerent with the pour and tininllnential and the rich He Didnt Make the Race A man ill Franklin county ioj hail about mole up his mind to her runic a candidate for clerk of the district court anti was talking o his wife about it ice liege JohllI she replied Ive lived with you about fifteen years and have had a iiiir opinion of you and I dont want it all spoiled now I dont want to learn that you were in the peniten tiary several years for burglary I dont wait to hear how you nearly heat your father to death and swindled him out of his property If you clime near being hanged for stealing horses in Indian Territory and had to leave Iowa for minder I dont care to hear it all threshed over at this day You can run for clerk of the court if you choose and williIIIcd orcc grounds the pb iiititf has three living wives and is in escaped convict And by that time I can prove it John WANTED A partner who can in vest from StiU to 500 cash to take half interest in established milli n iy iuiHiiii = oft 11111 bycanape tent milliner For particulars cull at this olllce- t To Complete Railroad The Mountain Central Rail WUY property of Floyd and John C1 Day will in a short time be completed to Jampton The road is already finished to Pine Uidge four miles this side of Campton The road though not completed has already proved to be very valuable property Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS they cannot reach the pent of the disease Catarrh is a blood or eon Ktitutionnl disease and in order toI cure it you must take internal edies Hulls Catarrh Cure is tak 11111tlulls Catarrh Cure is not a quirk medicine It was prescribed by one of the hot phypichtn in this country for years awl is it regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with dilmtlperfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces tuchI wonderful ulti in curing Send fur testimonials fre- eF1 CiiKNKYLV Prop Telelo 0 Sold by druggists price 75 I Take Hulls Family Pills for con- stipatiOn j w THE TIMES tLatmshlo tIItV TllfltSDAY J B ISiirnhcr Publisher Subscription bates 50 Cents per year in a j vancc otherwise 73 Cents Entered as ceeomlcluss mail mutter Thursday April HI HKlli CLUB HATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below IIIclItionedIThe 1i ComimJ Cincinnati Enquirer 110 t Louisville Commercial 75 mine and Farm 75 n Kentucky and Jamestown Exhibition Kentucky is a very progressive State but she frequently neg lects some very important mat ters The recent session of the Legislature overlooked the ap propriation of a fund for the pro posed Jamestown Exhibition eel ebration next year anI IIis the State will have to 10 ith1 out any display As every school boy and girl knows the first English settle JallllsltoIIhundred years ago next year and they also know that Virginia is i Kentuckys mother state told now fur this State to demonstrate her indiHerence to mother when she is striving to honor the first settlement seems to he a very careless act on the part of our Legislature They might have left oil other appropriation bills that were of no special benefit to the public hut by all means they should have set aside nut less Jalllesjto1IThe Legislature did the snide thing at the proper time for the Wolds Fair at St Louis but the citizens took it up and misellu1 very credible sum and they should do the same again Ken tuck must be represented the Jamestown exhibition Text year A uouu Law One of the best laws recently enacted by the Legislature was House bill No 114 requiring publication annually by the his cal court of counties of a state went of all business done and ac counts paid during the year pro viding for publication in sonic other manner when no newspa per is published in the county alllljllstIty stands They pay in their tax and should know where the money goes to Under the new law every reader of the county paper can lind this out just as they should while those who are not subscribers will have to do without this explanation or bur row their neighbors hut we guess those who are not interested e nough in their county to take the county paper will care but little about the county any way n Taylor and Plnley Not In the List Thousands of Kentuckians in other states have expressed do termination to visit their native state again during Home Coming Week hilt so far the list does tint include W S Taylor nor sojulnI ing would receive the approval of a host of Kentuckiaiis who would like to see them here once more Winchester Democrat d n IIt is stated that Judge J BI White of Irvine will again make the race for Congress Mr White has served one term but was de feated by his incumbent in JDO1 for the Democratic nomination Floyd Byrdand Judge John E Cooper also arc candidates An infuriated Narwegian liv ing in Iowa has denaturalized himself for the reason as he claims that this is no longer a free country However he will still have the privilege of paying taxes and lolllplllillillg ahollt tax ation without representation Chairman Finley Eo Foirg llUsl called a meeting of the cratic Executive Committe to meet at Paintsville in JoltllsOll1 county today to consider ing manner place and time for nominating a candidate for Con gress front this district Our Representative Frank A Hopkins so iins to be having a hard tinge up at Washington But Mr Hopkins is making a good record defending himself and his constituents too It is estimated that onefourth of the U S Senators are being treated for deafness throat troub les or failing sight Cases of in growing concienee however are extremely rare Congress says the government cannot direct insurance Of course not If it did where would the campaign contributions come from OUR BIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly farm paper of Nashville Penn wo are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing oller which we be till i tii nist iiber1 Vor made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send the TIMES and Southern Agricul turist It whole year to any new or old subscriber wilt pays us ills This great semimonthly farm paper gees twice every month in to 50000 southern homes and the regular price is I tjfs a year It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern condi tions and is just what our far utters need It answers free of charge any question a subscriber may ask roll its advice is given in a plain practical way which any farmer lan understand All departments of farm life rue cov homeland Has it Occurred To you why So many wheat tlaked fowls have come and gone Luck of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in 1111111I Crisp gives it u tastn quality un equalled this iieeiiiiiitti fur growing business j VultteII I1 I j m n I t M G t Ytr1a l nslr 1 f i PtIII i 11 r ioli1 d F See Us For u Your Wants in IDress Goods Linons I Persian Lawns IiEmbroideries f SlippersI I Hosiery A MillineryI IINew TreatIPrices New Goods Courteous Your Best Interest served by nvesgyp tff m tigatiug our lines before buying m- f f eKi ian1SI Ift I Clay City Ky III I P 1 a WIrtThe Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit At luc1C hCn UII tc Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold byour Leading Merchants + x- t c t IIVSTJK wITII i F A LYON 6c SON Jhc LudiuJ IllN1llMIIIC 4 A Jcut t 1 of LtkptuLaa Ielttltclcy- a + Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know 1 4 they are lenders in this line 0 +++ + ++ + y + y + + u POLKA DOT CANS I YOUIIH017EiaiAOr TO MIX NOT aiAOY MIXfD ImportantMemorandum T MIUIIMU4IMMU A lMaN IA r a a la w uw rrteaAOrt44 4bfamaor MIiU rrpw TM MM MM P4 01 fl dlUMMljlrtvl TIMtl p MT 1 W M4pW 54 rfle0iW p uJp00- I A until investment in paint adds greatly co the value end beauty ol your property and mates you a good neighbor by making a good neighborhood Good painting it one ol tapenteBut46 cknowledjeThepure iron the dealer barrel not Irom the read msved paint can The paint that li ready to mix with linseed oil gallon lor gallons KINLOCH PAINT and we recommend stoic lot every good reason we know g B Littleoaire Son UNLOCK fAI NT COMPANY El CLAY CITY KY 3= 1 Ii E 1 I 1 ES AX ALL HOMEMADE PAPER h THURSDAY APRIL 10 1100 LOCAL BREVITIES 1C B McGlone was in Lex ington yesterday on a business mission Attorney Ohas F Spencer of Winchester was here Saturday on leI business Cashier A T Wliitt visited home folks ut Morehead from Saturday till Monday When in need of liny Emu Corn Crushed Corn Chop Mill Feed etc Cull up Geo Anderson Elder B S Burgher of Win Chester visited relatives in tin city from Saturday till Monday The Stauton postollice has this week been equipped with new fixtures and is now in keeping with the towns growth The ladies of the Presbyterian church will rite a May fete at the Gymnasium Hall on the night of Tuesday May 1st Elder J T Turpin of Rice Station and former pastor of Powells Valley preached there Saturday night Sunday and Sun day night Now is the best time you are ruing to have this spring to clean up your premises so do so at once and tally be your neighbor will tnlIt lesson and do like wise John Parr told family have moved from Cincinnati hack to his farm near this city Mr Parr says he probablycould mala more money in his recent loca tion hilt says he linds no place like oltlPowcll The Wmippertt ill has sounded his Spring note and farmers are rushing to get their corn planted though many hnve nut begin plowing When the whippcrwil hollows it is said to always In time to plant corn Mr Jolla W henry who hay been a sullen for sumac tinii with a stubborn cure of 111111 mliii tism hut who was thought to he much better this winter mar beon much worse the past few days nil is nuts suHering a great deal hollowing a relycool Easter n right smart frost visited UK Tuesday morning hang hilt lit tle if any damage The fruit til yet seems to be uninjured and it nothing further occurs to it we will have an abundance of all kinds of fruit grown in this State thisJars elll dominie Rice hits been appointed administratrix of tin estate of her deceased husband Ceorge W Kice with J H Eaton mull E Hoone Melom appraisers The estate con sists principally of notes aim will amount to between ten and liftecn thousand dollars TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE liKOMO Qui nine Tablets Inrgists refund ninn B y If it fails to euro E V CJROVKS siLiiatiiie is on each box ijC Prof Will R Eubank formerly principal Ulay City Graded School ami Will was principal ol time Midway Graded School Im the pits three years bus resign ed that position to take elicet j at time end of the present term A Gentleman Heres u newspaper mans defi nition of a gentlemen credited loan Exchange A man thats clean outside who neither looks up to the rich nor down on the poor who can lose without squealing and who is considerate to women children and old people who takes his share of the world and lets other people have theirs Devils Island Torture- is no w rse than the terrible case of Piles that alllicted me ten years Tlien I was advised to apply Buck Inns Arnica Salve and less than a liox permanentlycured me writes L S Napier of HullS Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25c at Swnnn Day Lum her Cos storeAn Apology The editor of a country paper recently apologized to Ills read ers for the lack of news somewhat after this fashion We expected to have bout a death and a marriage this week but a vio lent storm prevented the wedding and the doctor himself havimrta III ill his Ptttemt recorert1 chide were accordingly cheated out of both Human Blood narks A tale of horror was told by murks of human blood in the home If J W Williiirns a well known merchant of I5ac Ky he writes Twenty yearn ago 1 hud severe hemorrhages of the lungs mid was near death when 1 began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It com pletely cured vie and I have remain id well ever since II It cures Hem orrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds non Bronchitis and is the oily known erne fur Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by Siviinn Day Lumber Cot store fiOe and 3100 Trial bottle fret I proudtentHarrodsburg Monday KKIOKT 01 THIS CONDITION OF THE Clay City National Bank l Hay lily in the rtlltl of Kentucky nt theclostofhusiness apt U 110- 0RKSOURCKS tans null discounts 10101870 Overdrafts secured null im- ecuivd 15510- 5Lialonds to secure chi ealn fiOOM 00 Premiums mi US IlonQsI 5011 1- 0llonils securities 872Oiiunk- inghouse furniture and fixtures 3r 00 T- Mlierrenl estate mvntd8IJ OU 1111 11111 npproved reserve agent HiMl 2l Votes of oilier Xnll Hanks 510 IK LUVITI MONKY IJKHKim iv HAXKVI- Snccii 07101- 1legnltendtrnotcs OOILMO 710301 licdcniptiiin fund with US ItIII Ijl ofcirTn InoOOO Total 21114711LIABILITIES Capital stokpnid jn5A DO Surplus fund 0000 00 Undivided profits less expenses teal tuxes puid 10211 L- ONntl lunik notes oiitstnndinK 50000 011 Due to otliciNiitioiml Banks 1721 71 11II1ihlullllhllIIsilslIhjld to check 00810 87 Total flHl171 81 3rm OK KrxTrcicv I UlllVTV OF JOWKII I A T VhItt Cashier of the above named hank do Mileninly swear that the aliove statement is true to the best of my knowledge lout holier AT Whin Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Jllh day of April 1000 J F Webb Notary Public My cOIIIllItliulxplreri Tan 17 1110 CottttestIi lillY I 111011 Atkinson Cnxs SCOTT Directors thedibfernno I I I Er y n odcaicrmun a in Le1 r t ant ltlr Attneo snoTotrxslllllcyourilcalcrin Insist STEVENS Ifret 1ttxfesttrtfiiJon obtain wI11 di 11 of ntaW iirf e Sentyto toric11OIII 1 iitjtiful three ni r Aluminum llanff mil ba fur Manleil fur to tents In eanq s J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO 1tIlk 96 CllIC11FKlALlVMASSrSA At Winchester Tuesday Win T Pace a young man belonging to tine of Clark countys best known families pleaded guilty to Ihree charges of horse stealing and was given six ears in the penitentiary 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 null Bowels in per feet order Youll agree with her it you try these painless puiilierc that infuse new life Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price 25c The Difference Here is a sample of what great wealth does Billie Parker aged 17 is the son of a retired Chicago business man Ik is an allIiii till spurt spending thousands annu ullon churns girls and wine null autos and other debaucheries His father cut him oiland he now lies in jail for forging his fathers name to many checks to continue his high and useless existence Boys should be made to ecru what they spend It would be better for them The lather took his fortune in profits oilif the poor and this criminal son is one of the blessings to crown his old age A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES itching Blind Weeding Protrud big Piles Druggists are aiithorixed to refund money if PAlO OINT MENT flails to cure in U to 14 days jOn H K Perry has been reap pointed postmaster at Winches ter This makes Mr Perrys third term If you want to always he on time keep your watch in good repair See Webb Fire which started in tore grounds of the Kentucky Hacing Association Lexington destroy ell three barns eight race horses and sixteen dwellings causing a loss of i5000 00 Is The Moon Inhabited Science ha proven that till moon lilts nn atmosphere which makes life in Home forum possible on that satellite hut not for human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Hit tees cure Headache Hiliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaun dice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility timid Female weaknesses Unequalled a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and es leeiaMy for the aged It induces s fund rluep Fully guaranteed by SwannDuy Lumber Cos store I Irice only r 0e IJ H lt 1 t 11I bi1 g ftIl NNJ i jfl f J AvT i iJf l i II 4 I L l toiI A r1 ItstoYourM+ LI Interest 1 A 1 To spend your money where it goes the farthest j and you dont have to go fill to find that place j f Our store is alway ready n supply your wants in rtf nishings Groceries Ilaidware Ilniinesa Sad llery IJFarming Implements and etc J I Our Prices are Right 4tJ 1So are Our Goodsy1- e 1 will appreciate your trade and take n exchange lot goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest J market price Will pity you CASH for Ilailroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you nlly have r to sell Dont forget the place I 1AI E I BARNETT SOU 3 i CLAY CITY KY r sl I lI jFt 11if 7 rff5tff1lrtr r Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackemiliulcin any 111t1111i11 ty Will sell to dealer or ut Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay Cityor eJat the kilns ftxO Lime 155 cents per barrel at the kilns or 7tilts delivere A Clay City Trees Plants Vines For the Spligof 1 HUH I he Blue- Grass Xurseies at Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit nnd Ornamental I 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 Hit eimeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY n Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and buildings two never failing OlltI Price 8000 one half c sh l a snap that will soon betaken 1tJ E IlriuuiKii Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Setlllhau1 with seven lots back of Presbyter an church Will bo sold at a bar gain M IJailey There is nothing more provoking than an inuorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew choir and silver Ulithal1lllct him fix it All work guaranteed TIIMWinchestei Bank INCOKIOHATE- DN II WiTiiKiwroov Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20OJO We solicit the accounts of indiviil iials firms old corporations SJS MIBAILEY Merchant an j lu- stnmMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six iays in the we Fresh Grouni Bolted Meal always on hanj Grinds for one sixth toll Clay City Hotel- J II EATON Prop T Table supplied with the Lest the marker nffoids Everything neat antlclclln Hates 150 per day IEXPERIENCE l TRADE DESIGNS MARKS ICOPYRIGHTS dtC Anyone tending a iketrh and description miry ascertain our opinion RU Invention K probably nntemnhle Cnninmnlcn 011 PatentaI patenta1atouteive notice wit bout chorine In the Scientific Jftnericatt A handsomely llltmtrated weekly largest cir culation of any nctcntlBo journal 1uruii f3 ajronrt four muntha bL Sold by all tiewidralcr Yorkhooch fv DRAGGINGdown pains are a symptom of the most serlcus trouble which can attack a wonoi v failing of the womb With this generally come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness Irri tability tired feeling Inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The curs iz I IW E CARDUI Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and 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 stricest confiJence telling us all your troubles We will sent free ad vle f In plain sealed envelope Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn Levee Tel ford llllll tll1It iiir of mules Monday fur a trood price Mrs Virgil Ilainlinc spent Saturday nijilit with Mrs Toliord- Holll Mis Mary Jones of Clark is with her daughter Mrs Frank M U lIIoe Misses Ella nnd May Harrow spent Friday night with Miss Ki die Knox Miss Xaty Watts of Wincelis ter is the guest of her sister Mrs Tom McCorinicli Miss Mary Enis Wyatt of Mt Sterling was the guest of Miss Emma West Friday night Mr and Mrs U P Dcriglas spent Sunday with their daugh ter Mrs Simpson Garrett On Friday night Mrs E A Curiiuhanciitortnineil with a can dy pulling All report a nice timeFletcher West of liichmond spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr und Mrs E E West One of the most enjoyable e vents of the season was the egg hunt given by Mr and Mrs Frank Monroe Sunday afternoon in their large pasture Ili2 eggs were hit len The special egg representing the Frisco dude was found by Miss Zelda Baker ESTILL ITEMSIt riruiu the Herald Andrew Centers has purchased IKOFKdSIOXAL GAUDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stair In the Central Mote Ann where an experienced Practitioner may be faun day and night prepared to execute all kinds n IIIJh grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I 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 fell like a new woman and do not suffer as I did t u Cotvlleash courthouse yard is under going a general spring cleaning Inck1 Dick has the right idea we have one of tile must boautfful public squares in tin state and should be kept clean On Tuesday evening while cut tint do1I11 tree Charles Masters who lives near Irvine sustained a i broken leg The tree vns caught i in falling by a t ilil ovine and swerved Haiti its curse and Mr Masters was unable to get out of the way W G Park who was severely injured last winter while in the employment of flie Ky River Poplar Co has sued the compa ny for 10000 damages A log rolled over him timid his ankle and knee were so badly shattered that he willlJIt cripple for life j On last Saturday Joseph Stl exander used liftyfive years died tit his home near Irvine aft er a long period of suffering with hovel consumption Jle was It son of James Alexander and a1 brother of Dudley Alexander otj Cow Creek and Silas Alexander of Madison county Philip Hoart who has leased 100 acres of laud across the 1v1 EstilljUOUllt lie proposes to give the territory i a thorough test We sincerely hope that his venture willresult in finding oil in paying quanti tiesThe April term of the Estill County Court was another busy day at Irvine On account of the farmers being engaged in prepar ing for crop work not so large a crowd attended as is usually the case hut trading was brisk nearly the entire day Our mom chants did a rood business Sonic sales we are able to report were E P Campbell sold one mare to iell Campbell Ml bought 12 head of hogs of Ed Herryman at r5c sold to Geo Campbell 10 head of hogs at iSJc P L Hume bought of George Campbell one mare for 125 C W Chess bought one horse for Ii C H Watson bought of James Flynn one horse and sold horse to sumo I arty paid fiJ+ dill ereuce Thos Tip ton bought of Itaglnnd one mule at 110 K liecknell sold to Jim liecknell one mare for tlf2 Jesse Lunsford bought of m Urock Campbell one mare for t7C sold same to Joe lirown at SjOO An Old Lady Dead Tin1 oldest pifson in thi section if the State iiml probiblv in nil entucky i1 Mr Annn Hill who IlIlutlIIIII1 IOlilh birthlav reo witly hIfI III the laekstown ridnct with her son She vas bO1l in Bracken county Her maiden name wits KeecanVn and her mother lived to bo 115 yours a d her siter to be 101 years old Shut rpshurg11orld n To Stop a DOR Fight We are surprised that so ninny persons purl ionlarly owners of dou should not kiiiv that a dos light 11111 mutter hna formions thecomhi tants con be in tuitlv stopped by some one tinpinscnltl vntcr in the faces of the doss The effect is in stantaneous and no immediate dis position is shown to renew the com hilt FEELING LIVERISH Morningat7- I A Gent And LaxativeI Wanted Wanted I I Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Eygs etc for wliich I will pay highest cash pricesi GEO W Clay City Kyiu lit You ARE Notic1 to Hund All persons lire hereby notified to 1111110I0 e n II IT rrsux- O her names will bmldeil to th = list fill iil 111115 lIIh FLototrepaedtroIJt THE i f lJ GrRN3AT MEDICINE REVIVORESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man 1 of Me XMrtJJRTOXX XU33MCXED1 producea tho above results in 30 days It acts powerfully and quickly Cures when all others fall Young men will regain their lost manhood and old usingfEV1VOlien Lost Vitality Impotency Mclitly Emissions Lost Tower Falling Memory Wastlne Diseue and 111 effects of eoUabuso or uceES and Indiscretion nblcb unfits ono for study business or mirrltf It not only cures by starting at the seat of disease but bringingstoring the flea of ynnth It wards off Insanity and Consumption Insist on having ItCVIVO no other It can be carried in vest pocket By mall polltivethe nnt Ilnolt and nil The tree Address ROYAL CoMarine Ilullding ILL Fa Stli ill Oliiv City Kv Ey B Little page Son HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Tile tkIYTilOIIIhih1lJLIIuII11 1IHI THE TIMES 1311111IIIl year fur only One Dollar1W people in the United States have not heardof theCoiiriirIour nul Democratic in nil thln i fair in all things clenn in nil things it is Isstntially a family paper fly n bHMal urn ngentent vc are enabled to oiler the WEBKIA COLTIMKR JOURNAL ono year and tbl pni per fur the price named above Send your subscription for the combina cUllrhrollrl1IH I A Democrat j Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner OX MAUCMl IT Tho Conim ner nllllUlIIllPl1 the Prima ry Pledge or iinizilion plan This plan prnvhlHH far DCMI ncrats to sigmi a pledge hliulitii theinsclvos to attend all primaries of their party between now maul the national cam piiign of lt3 It is II practical method for the organiza tion of the party by tile rank ami tile in order tint it may prove true to its mine and he the ellicient servant of the people in tho establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon u feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into tIlt Commoner ollice by the thousands where they are carefully filed by state coun ty and voting preeinctIIf the past tour months is maintained luring the next two years the total membership will exceed fOil r III llion Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription tt1 n year By ppiHial arrangements for a short time onlySVe offer tho Clay City Times and The Commoner 01 11 rr SI 10 Address all orders toITHE mc Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven Million MM 13 Months This Signature 1The The Itijt the = iujilist tin tuit ivliiilc the innt Dnnibli utulc Vriti tniliiv 1111 111IIlculllr UV milt hiindlf II full lint of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERAL SUPPLIESi Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY and TRADEMARKS rronptl obtalnIIj nil countrien orno tut oo PATENTS THAT PAY mlrrrtlru them thoroughly lu our uxptmpts and ntlp you to pucce Bent m idcl photo Or sketch for FHEE report on uicntnbllltj to year pnwtir SURPASSING REFERENCES For free lulJu IkioK on Irotltable Patents write to BO3SOB Seventh StrootWASHINGTON D C KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS IWITH D1ngs New Discovery IIFOR cONSUMPTIONOUGIIS OLDS I50cSurest and Quickest Cure for all I THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Lexington Eastern Ry Effective 0t 221905 FAR1umS St t hills D No 2 r in No 1 A M Lvlexingtun 21 j I5 AVichcstir 810 82 I vEFnncton 8JJ 881 Clny CitytSii 1118 I Stiinton 4OC 1128 I llos lyn 41L U t- I Nil tmlIl Ilriilfje Gi I 54- I Torrent 449 1103 t Hdittyvilliriinc fil1 IOdU- I O fi K Junet 0 116 Ar Jackson 010 11 8U VENT nllUSII Stations 111 3i 3m JoJlleksflll2i O2ii O K Junct 2 80 O 2i1 IUmttyvIlleJmiel20 7 211 I Torrent 34 717 Natural Bridge 401 01 Itosslyn 425 t22 Stanton 4tO aS Clnv City 4l 887 10IArLixiiiftin Ui 1010 All tnilns dally except Simdiiy Iraills XII a and 4 make eoimeel- tlnii at Hoattyville Jiuictlon with L C A Itiiilwny for local Htutlons on Lit A Railway and IdiiiiAt utOtt K Junction for local stations on 0l K Hull way No 1 anil 3 ciiimitt nt LtC K Jtmc toll with Ot 0 forMt Sterling T It BAlin- JIm MutiiiKer r To Cure a Cold in One 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