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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1 THE CLAY CITY TIMESr I 50 Cents a Year in Advance a We are here to help Clay CUt the SorronnJing Country Ourselves I B Burgher Publisher VOL XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MAY 101906 NO 19 Spring Goods Just Opened a Full Line Now is the time to buy your Easter floods Sicilians black white and colors from 45c to 1 25 per yard Waist Goods including India Linen Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique and Fancies Embroideries inch to 15 inch es wide Gc to 25c per yard Short length at actual cost Val Laces at reduced prices A full line of white and colored laces cheap Linen Blue Red and Linn color 12ic to 24c per yard- Heather s Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at Ooc a yard Glnghums Just received a new and com plete line of Granite ware Every thing a housekeeper needs in this line 8 gallon tb4cLar-geTea Kettle 50 Coffee or Tea Pot 25 Besides cook Spoons Cups Dip pers Wash Pans etc i J B Eaton I We Manufacture t4Shdh r FIrnutugCeliipt Hliidii11catlierlioarilhlg 1 t IVitrrindas Piokete h ShingidandNteI A Il a t Now the Time to Clean Up Now is a good time for our citizens to wager a war on the filth of the town During the winter months a great deal of contaminating refuse accumulates that is a menace to health and un sightly to view Let everyone begin now for soon our Spring visitors will begin to come in and we should prove to them that we are observers of the di vine quotation Cleanliness is next to Godliness Blackberry Winter We had a light touch of black berry winter a few days the first of the week with a temperature that made fire a source of com fort and overcoats pleasant en tries Frosts came on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday morn ings but did very light dam age The ice man was chilled and inquired as he made his morning deliveries if a load of coal was also wanted JustReceived A largo assortment of superior Granite ware which we are sell ing at 10 cents straight Many of these articles are worth 25 cents each J B Eaton ThatSpring tt Suit Do You Need One we have placed on our counters one of the finest collections of Spring Suits that has ever been sent to us by the manufac turer and we are now in position to suit you In a new Suit pants and coats and vests Our prices will please those who can judge the quality Let us show them youLatest Styles C SHIMFESSEL CLAY CLAY KY IlIWe are HeadquartersiforI h Building Paper i rL Filt Roofing Fllntoid Rootling land Etc I p N i SendUST Your esflmates- i r C It She e I Jtz I r I r l t I 11 t i t r t i JI 0- I K r A 1t d A Lively Difficulty Last week an altercation came up between Wm Bellis Jr and James 1fc i 1 pn one side alldI M Lucefiold Mrs Lacefield and her mother Mrs Powell on the other side J3ne shot was fired without effect Mrs Lacefield had an arm broken and Wm Bellis receiveda slight wound The Bellises had an examining trial before Judge Fletcher and were each held to Circuit Court under fifty dollar bond Lace fields and etc waived an exam ining trial but gave bond to an swer any indictment that might be returned against them at Cir cuit Court The trouble came up over the possession of a house owned by Bellis father Win Bellis Sr and which was being vacated bv Lacefields at the time Bought Residence In Lexington James B Hall of Clay City has purchased beautiful home in Lex ington from Mr Arthur Carey at the price of 12500 and will move his family there Mr Hall is a brother of Postmaster Ben W Hall of this city and is engaged in the stave business We are glud to say that he is now rated as one of the best and most successful business men of Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Gazette We are pleased to acknowl edge receipt for one dollar on subscription from George W VnighnSeti13hel r Arizona We- are also pleased to note that Mr Vaughn has a verypaying position with the Southern Pacific railroad and is one of the ex Powellites that is making a suc cess in the West At Harrodsburg Airs Wm J Poteet has sued W A Bottom for 1000000 in two cases one for selling whiskey to her minor son Don Carlos Moberly and one for selling to her son and making a drunkard out of him after being notified not to do so Her son got drunk and had to be arrested hence the charge Note change in C Shimfessels advertisement this week He has just received a nice line of clothing and calls your attention to this fact No need of going from home to suit yourself when you can do this here and at the same time save yourself money and give a small profit to your home merchant Mrs Nannie Wright of Richmond was here the first of the week looking after her real es tate in this city She informed us that her sister Mrs Eliza Hall wife of Duane Hall for merly of this county was dead in Oklahoma Her death was very sudden Its stylish if it came from our new collection iof modern millinery Anything to peaIJ6the most fas tidious as well as the less exacting Mrs J W Williams Elder B S Btirgher and Zack McDonald of WhlcJester visit ed relatives bolo Sunday flenuari lI was cll on at ifoiribard Saturday unashlndayS M A J I I 1 1Ii i lttJ 1 y i 1Wa I 1 h IfLht Japan Clover Hay I of our most successful lone says that for the past two years he has cut a quantity of Japanese clover hay Where it is not pastured it will grow a bout two feet high especially on the better land He says the Ja pan clover hay is as good as the very best timothy It is eaten by stock as greedily and seems to do them as much if not more good than the more costly grass which has to be frequently sown The Japan clover comes up ev ery Spring on the very poorest soil we have and yields good pas turage and wo are glad to know that valuable hay is also cut from it We trust that our farmers who have no meadows will give the grass a trial and feelsure that they will be repaid for their trouble Awarded Damages Judgement was given in the Estill Circuit Court at Irvine last week against the L Am railway for 2500 00 for the kill ing of young Mr Cox a brake man at Beattyville last fall The plaintiff father of the deceased asked for 30000 00 Bought Another Farm 0V Barnett Monday pur chased at Commissioners sale the Wesley Locknane farm near here for 100000 This is considered a bargain price as there is quite a good deal of timber on the firtWamid aright smart bottom land besides DLATIJ S James the little threeyear old son of Mr and Mrs J W Vescott died at their home in this city Tuesday with lung trouble following measles The remains were taken to Lexington today for burial in the cem etery The Powell County Medical Association held their bimonsal meeting at Stanton Monday Glass and Eurthenwuro in great variety at greatly reduced prices J B Eaton House for Rent Nice residence of seven rooms in eastern portion of the city Apply at this ollice Milk Cow for Sale Al Jersey Cow fresh and giving three gallons milk per day G W Anderson CJay City Ky OFFICERS M H COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT A T WHITT Cashier Profitable Industry thisIthat he would rather have the profits from one dozen hens dur ing the year than the profit on a steer This is only too true and if all our farmers could see like wise and devote more attention to raising poultry they would find their bank account swelling much faster in the future One good laying hen will produce 200 eggs per year and these will average selling for 12 cents per dozen or one cent a1 piece which makes each hen yield 2 per year and twelve hens will bring in 24 which is about doub le the profit you may hope to get on one steer And again the amount invest ed is only about ono fourth and the cost of feed is only about one fourthand the chickens will require no more attention However deceptive the statement when first made may appear it is a fact virn properly reunited up Let all our farmers raise an increased supply of poultry this year and see the benefits One reason for not priing the poultry business properly has been that or the income from the business has always been in small lots and usually is spent about as fast as it accumulates so i o one in tlud country can properly realize just how much they get from the fowls We suggest that an accurate account of all the sales bo kept for say six months and added up We are sure you will then be surprised at the a mount and if you want to make more money you will embark in the business on a much larger scaleRight here in Clay City wo now have a cisim market which cannot be overstocked or glutted It is a business which should be patronized by all and if the peo ple through the country will do their part we soon will have a paying industry that will detract nothing from our soil and at time same time be carried on hero with the same profit that this aame business now yields in sec tions of the country where land costs ten times as much more per acreWe are ottering our customers a superb line of uptodate millinery Everything the latest and most fashionable to be hud anywhere Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS 8700000 YiceEies DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT J F COX J D ATKINSON A T WHITT A General Banking Business transacted As liberal accommodations will be extended as is consistent with safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED I iu i A J + k ah= w u y + A f4w 4+gE1wJAiJy I 2 1 f I I L SPOUT SPRING Elder B S Burgher and Mas ter Zachariah McDonald of near Winchester were here Saturday and Sunday of this week B B Fox and J W McKin ney of Ruckerville were here this week and bought a nice bunch of hogs at 5 cents per poundElder George W McIntosh preached at the Baptist church both Saturday and Sunday morn ings There was a very crowd out Sunday considering tin threatening and inclement wea therMrs Eliza Hall wife of Duane Hall a former resident of this place died at their home in Okalahoma Territory a few days ago Mrs Hall is an aunt of Mrs Jas F McKinney oi this place Deceased leaves her husband and a son A Coming Business The most serious problem now confronting thousands of farmer boys is this What shall I do as a life occupation- H J Waters dean of the Mis souri Agricultural College who be gan life on a Missouri farm and who is therefore familiar with the boys standpoint calls attention to the opportunities offered in an industry which hitherto has been somewhat neglected in this state but which thinks in destined to become our industryWithin next ten years he says dairying will become a lead ing industry The young man who begins this industry now and begins it right is sure to prosper His first step in this direction shouldbe to attend some college of agriculture so as to learn how to feed and man age it how to handle the milk how to manufacture and market the butter nnd cheese in short all these detnils that make for success in the business If he has not capital e nough to engnge in the business for himself there are many men with lanl13nllcl1pitnt who want the services of competent dairy mina gemIn those days of strife between two gi0it politicHi parties wo must remember that after all we are just a band of brothers here on earth traveling from the cradle to the grave We live side by side our children attend the same school and after the smoke of the battle has cleared away we will still be friends and neigh bors Let the bitter things go unsaid At best life is short and we get out of it a full meas ure of sorrow Let us in our lit tle city live as one big good ua tured family I STATE OF 0 CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS CoUNTYI ss Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing busi ness in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hun dred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the uses of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in Dpresence this Oth dbY of December A D 1880 I SEALA WGLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send fort testimonials free FJ CHENEY co Toledo o Sold by druggists price 75 Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation I tHE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday May 10 190 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer Litcc Louisville Commercial 15 I Home and Farm 76 It is claimed by sonic that Mr Hopkins our present efficient Representative in Congress will not be a candidate for reelection this fall Mr Hopkins is very popular with the people and his passing from the ring removes one of the strongest candidates in the field The Farmer is King The wealth of the American farmer is the wonder of the world With the magic of a Midas he has turned all his fields to gold The wealth production on farms in 1905 has reached the highest amount ever attained by the farmer of this or any other coun tryThe total figures0415000 OOoare almost beyond compre hension It may help in realiz ing the enormity of this amount to know that if the farmer keeps up this rate of production three years more he will have produc ed an amount of wealth within 10 years equal to onehalf of the entire national wealth produced in three centuries- It may help still further to know that the agricultural ex portsthe surplus left over after all home wants were supplied have amounted in 16 years to a round billion dollars more than the value of all the railroads in the country Yes the farmer has been doing things on a scale so big that or dinary comprehension can hard ly rise to it And tim things ho sells at pri ces which make fiction tales of wealth look shrunken and mean by no means represent the total of his riches He still owns the cow that this year has yielded him 1005000000 He keeps the hens that pay him 500000000 a year A single years increase in the value of his farms equals the entire national debt He has money in the bank big wads of it Indeed he owns banks that are numbered by the hundreds The 1854 country banks organized in the last five years are almost wholly owned by the farmer The farmer is king of the land The cornstalk is a humble scep ter but it yields 2700000000 bushels and that is more than any other kings scepter though of gold and jewels ever did for him in all the history of the worldThe farmer has 005000000 worth of hay in the market and has raised the most valuable wheat crop ever produced in any year in any landExchange Improve rather by other mens errors than always find fault with them I The prerequisites of success hard work keen intelligence and unflinching determination 0 OUR BIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the- popularsemimontillyfarni paper of Nashville Tenn we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing offer which we be lieve is the mst liberal ever made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send theTiMKS 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 50000 southern homes and the regular price is 50 cents a ear It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern Condi tions and is just what our farmers 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 farmMifo are covered including delightful honie and childrens pages Sample copies free at our office w Sweet Potato Plants For Sale Two leading varieties Sweet Po tato Slips for sale Immediate delivery J W M1ZE Vaughns Mill Ky Has it Occurred To you why So many wheat linked foods have come and gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it 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hiss lor mry good rettoh we roar I 1g B Littlepage Son U8Ct T I f CLAY CITY KY 1I r l I t t 1 e I iI L J 3iL r tc I 3 t THE TIMES X V AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I rTKURS AY- j MAY lQ lUOO LOCAL BREVITIES rA T Whitt visited home folks at Morohead from Saturday un til Monday The ice cream and soda water man has been given n set brrck k this week by the frosts iWhen in need of Hay Ear Corn i iCrushed Corn Chop Mill Feed etc Call up Geo Anderson Oscar Mackey is in Indian Territory prospecting in view of moving with his family theref J Dr Irvin reports the birthof f a lk pound boy to Mr and Mrs l Millard Shearer Thursday May 3rd 1 Mayor and Mrs D R Dun iel are the proud parents of a new girl which arrived Sunday f May Oth I Miss Maud Fletcher has ac cepted a position as saleslady in the millinery establishment of Mrs W N Bush J John B McCormick who ar rived hero last week has decided to remain in Powell and will buy a small farm near Clay City Mrs Williams has just received the most beautiful and nobbiest col lection of millinery ever displayed in Powell county Call and see E N Wilson has begun the erection of his new modern resi deuce on the lot he recently pur chased of Frank B Russell on Sixth avenue A Sunday school excursion from Midway went to Natural Bridge Tuesday There were two well filled cotiches of jolly excursionists City School willclose Friday Nay 25 Preparations ire being made for grand commencement I t exercises on that late There are a number of graduates this yeari Win Neal of this city has been awarded the contract to finish up the grading on Days narrow guago railroad from Torrent to Camptun and has begun the job Several arrests huve been made tin Clay City the past wdek charg ijn the illicit salo of whiskey BtSllis Jr and Ollie Mar tin are each charged with sever al violations Every one invited to attend the social Saturday night May 32 1000 Ice eream strawberJ ries and cake to be served by h Christian Aid at Mrs Russells sample room Mrs Sain Puckett died at horI home near this city Sunday of consumption and was buried atj Foweljs Valley Monday She was a Miss Barnett daughter of Wid Barnett deceased Disk Puckett one of Hard wicks Creeks best citizens t w was taken sudenlyillat his hoW tile hist of the weekund is now a very sick manhut his condition is not yet dangerous TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY flake LAXATIVE BIOUO Qui tiiinelayleis lcuggistarefund moji Vey oitfalilltll cure V- YGKOVES I sigimtureUoii t ach box i2 c tS II y Ifi t u n See Commissioners notice in this issue The three frosts this weekcon vinces many that while it may frostin May when it thunders in February it is not a sure sign that it wont frost in May when it doesnt thunder in February The Board of Prison Commisson ers awarded the lease of labor of 650 coriuicts to the Frankfort Shoo Manufacturing Company nt eighty five cents per day the highest price ever paid for prison labor In this State Bridge Man Here A gentleman was here Tuesday from Louisville trying to interest the City Council in an other steel bridge which the town aims to build soon as they receive a lot of tax which will be col lected in a short time New Book The San Francisco Calamity by Earthquake and Fire New book just out fully descriptive 500 pages 100 illustrations Price 81 50 and 2 25 see 1 II Barker Clay City Ky who has the agency for this splendjd and authentic work New Depot Agent 0 H Flyn has been stationed here as depot agent to take the place of S Searcy resigned J 0 Fitch has boon here the past week looking after matters and it is a source of regret that he can not stay longer with us Deaths From Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the useof Dr Kings New Life Pills increases They save you from danger and bring quick and pain less release from constipation and the ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by Sts tnu Day Lumber Co 25c Try tljem v Denaturlzed Alcohol If the internal revenue tax is removed from denatumed alco hotany farmer could light his house saw his wood and so forth with alcohol made from his fern products Suph alcohol can be produced for about four cents a gallon at which price it would surely take the place of kerosene or gasoline in lighting heating cooking and for power purposes Dunaturied alcohol is grain potato or refuse sugarcain alco hol made unfit for drinking pur poses Thousands of manufacturers and businessmen are in favor of removing such tax Suc cess to the idea But of course the oil interests are fighting it and as the Standard Oil Company is running things we can hardly expect any relief A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Vis as did one 25c box of Buck lens Arnica Salve when it com pletely curtlda running sore on her leg which had tortured her 23 long years Greatest antiseptic healer of Piles Wounds and Sores 25c tit SwunnDay Lumber Cos store Lawrence Knox administrator of Sarah Baker deceased FCc plaintiff VSIJ W Baker Order of Reference- It is ordered that all persons having claims against tho estate of Sarah Baker deceased shall appear before the Muster Commissioner of this Court Romulus Jackson at his office in tho Court House in Stanton Ky on or h rorotl e2Dth day of toay 1906 and properly jiroyti thetr cliiinn sand fill game with said Commissioner Given under hand all Clerk of the l oweirClnsnitOourtJit1U tiie4th day ofnay ipoo ar it LYLB C P C C The difference between hitting and ferenca between an Accurate annCIIOUM vltely dlxrimlruttl Get a I Forty rvtvrf years llneo- fRIFLES of experience PISTOLS It behind our IlIdI JUlie TeleHcourt Eta I AkYOUfdeaIUUdlIljon 1401IIkautinil threecolor Aluminum IlinTtr wilt be forwarded for to cents In tamps J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO I Eon 4o96 CIt rrorr e I ALL MAM lt s A Attorneys M A Phillips J D Atkinson of Stanton and 0 F Spencer of Winchester have been in Olay City several days the past week looking after mutters in the local police court Judge Webb has been very busy also Honey Well Spent No dollars spent on the farm pay as well and in as many ways as the few it takes to plant and maintain an orchard It adds certainly ton times its cost if you want to sell the farm Then it pays its cost in convenience to the housewife it pays it again in pleasure and again in health And it pays all these profits not once but it pays them over and over again every year- Postmaster Robbed G W Fouts Postmaster at Riv erton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort ac cording to his letter which says For 20 years I bad chronic liver complaint which led to such a se were case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bit ters which curedme and have kept me wellfor eleven yeare Sure cure for BHliouHness Neural gin Weakness and all Stomach derangeI SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50 cents A new postoffico fbeen es tablished on Cow creek Estill county called Willow Tree Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Li vonia Mo writes TJ Dwyer now of Graysville Mo three of my customers were permanently cured of consumption by Dr Kings New Discovery and are well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and move to Ari zona but after using New Discovery a short time he found it unnec essary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery aa the most wonderful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaran teed by SwannDay Lumber Co 50c and 81 Trial bottle free A State bank of 15000 00 capital will be established at Heidelberg Lee county Rich mond capitalists are behind the enterprise A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO 01 NT MENT fttil8to cure in 6 to 14 days 50c JfyolI want to always be Omi time keepyonr vratuh an good air Se Webb r j rer a yr s T tSo 4Yi 1 r f UUU3i1W iJJZ m I I Its to YourJ InteresttkFJ To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place 1Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in i Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery r t 1r Farming Implements and etc c RightFrtJv0 will appreciate your trade and take to exchange fob goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest rl market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad lies andall kinds of timber which you may haveito sell Dont forget the pluccrj E ALBAMTT SOS1 b 1 CLAY CITY KY I I InB f 11 1 f j 1 1 i 1 d Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY ICY Unslackend Limo in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer ut Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime 55 cents per barrel at the kilns or 7cents delivere d Clay City nd U Trees Plants Vines For the Springof 1000 the Blue- Grass Nurseies at Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Agents Strawberry and General catalogues on application to H F Hil eixmeyer Soixs LEXINGTON XT Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing springs Price 8COO one half c ah This is a snap that will soon be taken up J fj BUHGHEU Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyterian church Will be sold at a bar gain M Bailey There is nothing more provoking than an incorcct 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 f 11S nm TILE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEKsroojf Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO- We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporatIons 84S M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER CLAY GITi KY Custom work six Jays in the we Fresh GrounJ Boltej Teal always on hang Grinds for onesixth toll Clay City Hotel JB EATON Prop 7 Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8150 per day IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS ICOPYRIaHTB Ac sending a sketch and deacrlptlen may uoenaJn our opinion free whether au tutlonstrtotllsent sooCkIIwithoaiochar luaa CO elsemetal e U ItOIk JIm rkaw A timntoomrtrlllnitrmtja weekly Janreat our oaraAl Terms 3 a nowadealeraSUM t Hr s2 8 II A 1 yal A q l I W 4 TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap py and free from pain until you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like neojnluiIt Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that is certain to do you good Try it Sold by every druggest in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Jeff rsonllille Parmer Storms and wife of Indianapolis Ind arc visiting W T Smith and family this week Lige Martin and Miss Mattie Neal of Powell county were married at the residence of the brides father William Neul Thursday Johu Watts and wife of Clark county visited W W Stevenson and family Saturday and preached at Saints Chapel SundayThe of May was the birth day of G B Martin arid wife and theywere visited by Misses and lyrtloSmith Mrs Mary Adams of Camargo aunt Harrett OEear of Clay City Misses Fannie Tanner Fan nie WilJoughby and Gaily Leach and presented some nice pres ents Virden Robert Ware visited friends at Lexington last week T B Ware Visited friends in Clark county Sunday W1A Curtis was inWinches tcr Saturday on business Louis Mustin was a court day visitor at Stanton Monday T B Ware sold a work mule recently to Dillard Hughes for 75 Uncle Ras Fisher sold a heifer to Thomas Morehead for 18 00 F PROFESSIONAL CAHD8 M1NN WIWNN 1111 WINIMIWINAINNIINN W 111 N N NMiN Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY ytbeMnindeytiltkttade work kooxn to rodern Denttr RA IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY r B LlTTLEPAQE M D SUROEONIKY fSRSMITHMD CLAY CITY KY f r ri ftb t t 1- tr 4r x t r 1 l r v k diii YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes tilts F L Jones of Gallatin Tenn For since taking Cardul I have gained 35 Ibs and am In better health myhusbandweight In gold to all suffering ladles Dr Lockhart was at this pli c the first of the week doing some dental work Charles Ewen and ye corre spondent were in Olay City Sat urday on business John Niblack of Pine Midge was in this neighborhood last week buying cattle Mrs G D Cook has been on the sick list for the past few days with neuralgia and tooth ache We had a big biting frost here Tuesday morning playing jiav ock with beans potatotswind etc T S Curtis sold his crop of to bacco of 1700 Ibs and delivered at Winchester last Tuesday for 180 40 J D Baker and 0 0 Curtis cut a fine Bee tree one day last week and got a fine lot of honey and saved the bees H L Borders of West Bend was in this neighborhood last Friday gathering up produce and paying good prices for same G W Evermau and uncle Press Evennan cut bee tree last week and got a lot of nice honey and put the bees ill a gum to go to work The County Sunday School Convention will bo held here the 2nd and 3rd of June which will be the first Saturday and Sunday Every body invited ESTILL ITEMS From the Herald Mr Daniel Sparks and Miss Diary Shepherd were married at the home of the brides parents Wednes day evening Rev Coker officiating As a rule when our Estill county citizens get the go west and get riob notion in their heads it dwsRt take a regular appointed home coming week to bring them back The grand jury was held over two days this week on some special case Very few indictmens have been made this term The jury ad+ journed Wednesday at noon This has been an unusual dull term of court Were it not for tbt attorneys adoruingtheir Sundays and the usual wiso expression espec sially the young ones you coulr hardly notice that court was it sessionHenry Watsjn of Mt Sterling is attending court hero this week Mr Watson has been extensively engaged in the telephone buaineet for several years but has now sev ered his connection in that line and I Yit si aq t will devote his attention strictly to the practice of law MrT F Riddell left Tuesday on a trip through the Bluegrass section of the State in the interest of the Estill Springy Mr and Mrs Thos Williams and Mrs W P Williams left last Saturday for Somerset where they attended the wedding of Miss Katherine Smith to Mr Win Waddel which took place Mon day On Sunday some one entered the Estill Sprints Property and broke the urn oil the top of the fountain and did other damages This conduct is greatly to be re gretted as it will probably re suit in more stringent rules as to vicinitybeing springsIIt takes two to make a matri monial bargain and one more to break it up FEELINGLIVERISH I 1JA Gentle Laxative I And Appetizer Wanted Wanted Your Riosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices i GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay Cjty Ky If t YouARE Notice to Huno- All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspiifs Dn any lands belonging to tho undersigned B U HCTSOX Other names till be added to this list for 50 cents each I THE rut ORmAT REYIYO1 lil ifOilES VITALITY a Well Man A of Me IPR2J1V RIftfttI DprodaaettnsDoetewtttm80daTt It let erf CareawnenalletDenfeiL r ngmenwIUregiln their lost tni8boodudold teen will nearer youthful titer by taint I REVIYO It quickly and eurelyrei tores Nerront Derv Lot Vitality Impotincy Nightly Eralisloni LoxYOrreePYI11at3temot7WeattntDtreweandaU Which ttnUU oaa for Btndy business ormtrrlig It OotoolfcnrotDrtttrtlntathetett of dlle but brlllllnalaWlIsIfin wrlttea troasaatee to eve erc nrDD the mODeY Book and adyJl free Addrese lOYAL MEDICINE COy Made cnlceao Marine ulldleJrI Far iSule in Clay City Ky By B Littlepage Son HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER The Weekly CourierJournal And THE TIMES Both one yearfor only One DollarFe- w people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Jour nal Democratic in all thing fair itlhIJOURNAL one year and thin pa per for the price named above Send your subscription for the combina tion to usnot to the Courier our nal A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCJH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge orgunization plan This plan provides for Oem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their party between now and the national campaign of 1008 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 Dime and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into the Commoner officeby the thousands where they are carefully filed by state coun ty and voting precinct If the same interest manifested in this work during the past four months is maintained during the next two years the total membership will exceed fourmillipn Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription t31 a year By special arrangements for u short time only we offer the Clay City Times and The Commoner OB hJ1 far ftl 10 Address ill orders to i THE TIMfiSelaeify Ky 4Y1ILuativ A I v p tlbdmm r atg IIThe Best the Simplest the must reliable the most Durable mule Write today for piirtkulnrs We also handle a full lino f Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLtES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY I and 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Exjunction 508 910 520 923 ArLexIngton 60 1010 All trains dally except Sunday Trains Nos a and 4mako Connect flea at BeattyviUe Junction with L tC A Railway for local stations on L k A Hallway and connect at O K Junction for local stations on OKR- ailway No1 and 3 connect at L dE June flea with dl e 0 forMt Sterling J K BARR Gen Manager W Vl 1 Winchester On 8 SCOTTI iliOfcjvtry 1R ZsC r I i r w yx J L N r Al To K