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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 6, 1906. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1906 cla1906120601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 6, 1906. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t+ N rvl N cr tS- v F r r RE A CLAY CITY TIMES0 a iCcnts a Year toAdvincc We Are here lo help Clay City the Snironniing Country and Ourselves il E Burgher Publisher 1YfNJXr CLAY CITY KT THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1906 NO 49 Ia JXmas Goods AT EATONS TOYS TOYS J A full and Complete Hue of SXHAS floods InctedlAg Doll Truaks Tea Sets Kid Body Dolls 350 to 750 Water Sets Vases Albums BuqUe Figures Pictures Sand Picture Frames Handsome Use of Decorated China Ware Cracker Jars 4c With every 3 oo cash purchase Decorated i FREE Lot of Trunks Suit Cases and Telescopes v I Lot of Manhattan Blue Enam cd Ware at astonishing low prices 5 Dont Forget the Place I JB E3ato- niiooiiiooo e We iBHnds y Varanaas Pickets Stairways aqdltp 4t dtbre Fronts The Stanton Cannery The enterprising citizens of Stanton have contracted with tho Hastings Company of Chicago to install a com plete factory at a cost of 6050 00 The plant will employ about 75 persons during the season of about one hun dred days and will spend considerable money for raw material This enterprise will be of great value to Stanton and surrounding territory The Company has been organ ized with J 0 Patrick Presi dent and E H Fuller Secretary There has been a surplus of a bout 400000subscribed over and above the cost of the plant The concern starts off with the most flittering prospects of sue cess The growera of Cald we icounjiy1 are inanns the trust oiuyers Two tobacco plants owned by the trusts have been mysteriously burned carryfpoliciesf onIWinter4I f u Suits grid OveJlx oatsi We Have Them For Men and Boys Just to suit your taste style and pocketbook Let us show you what we have before you decide to not buy here Cloaks and Wraps FOr Ladies Misses and the Children Large stock in correct styles and finish Give us a look and you will buy If youarellooking for something nice NNMN LNININNNNNNN4NON W NNNMNNWNMM4NMNINIw SHIMFESSELSDepartment Stole I fthuMNCE MFG do i Winchester Ky Manufacture flouring1 doprxCeilink5 1 t y Weatherboarding Shingles v 1 Industrial canning canning tobnCco against I Y f W4 are Kfeadquarters for Building Paper A Felt Roofing y I FllntoidRoofitngs and v yr6 rf t r 1 Sendus Your esfi ria es t f 1 i V bi 1 rn mpt 9Jlpin entw J tji J fJJIt t tI Ilo 1 IJr i X fi J rl 1 k t t fbs rc JIKt 1 I J on t rit I ij ifj 1III Iii 14n p r iT S 1f tuoky has been canceled by the insurance companies Buy at Home Never send away for goods you can buy at home Every time you send a dollar to a mail order house that dollar as far as you and your community are concerned is practically out of cir culation Your home merchant is the one who helps to keep up your schools ypur churches and- y ur town Ee is the one who deserves your tradeand not some catalogue house in Chicago Buying your goods away from home youDeal withstrangers Buy from printed description Send money in advance Wait for goods and fret Pay freight and charges Complain of errors Always pay full regular prices Support city stores Always pay spot cash in advance Buying here at home you Deal with neighbors Buy with goods before you Pay when you gt the goods Work and make money Get goods delivered free Return goods if not right Build up your home store Help build up your home home town by spending your money at home If you want a favor you do not go to the city store to ask for it The Postal Deficit Under the present manage ment there is a deficit in the pos tal business of fqw millions a- ipnrThird ter General Malden recommends Postmas that four to eiatht cents a pound be charged newspapers for postage instead of the present rate ofone cent This would put one third of the papers out of busi ness and force the big dailies to express their papers Of course the express companies are with Madden At this juncture W D Boyce a wealthy publisher of Chicago offers to take the en tire postal service out of the gov ernments hands for what profit he might get out of it at the pres ent rate charged Of course he wount pay the railroads twice as much per hundred pounds to carry the mail that the express compnies pay for like service as Undo Sam is now doing Miss Patsy Bush entertained Thanksgiving eve Messrs Carl Mizeand Taulbee Mountz and Miss Geneva Adams A most palatable supper was served at 7 p m The table was artistical ly decorated with vines and flow ers These refreshments were enjoyed very much by the quar tette The evening was most pleasantly spent and all enjoyed the occasion very much Onatot pesoofthis issue in speaking of the damage case of A H Norton administrator out type made its say that Mr Norton Was awarded damages to the amount of 115000 when it should bo 1500It was only a little mistake but it makes a large amount jn real difference A fool and hismoney are soon parted n And a wise man soon dies and hishelrs take what the laWyrsleave Now take your choice ii n 555 k r t t- M f cr If you are going to buy a New Hat you dont want to pass by our Collection of Superband Stylish- MILLINIRY sold at figures to astonish you for their low prices UIf its becoming and Stylish it came from our store New and Complete line of badies Misses Ghil drens Hose Our Dress Making is uptodate The charges are right and so is the fit which we guarantee We have just added a new stock of Celebrated Genuine SINGER Sewing Machines parts for Machines Needles 6c oil Mrs W N Bushf khe iiJ iaiiOnaLBan Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 850000 00 SURPLUS FUND 80300 00 This Bank is pleased to place at the disp6snlof its customers the facilities gained during SIXTEEN YEARS of continuous service and growth Accounts of corporations firms and anteeing prompt and liberal treatmentpWe pay 3 interest on deposits in our SAVINGS DEPART MENTcompounded semiannually Accounts may be started with as small amounts as One Dollar OFFICKKS M H COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WHITT Cashier JA Samson will leave for Washington state January 1st where he will engage largely in the timber business He will close out all his contracts in Ken tucky by that date Mr Sam son has beon in Kentucky the past eight years and has built up a good business and won many friends during this time He came here from Pennsylvania and will after a years stay in Washington return to his home and quit the timber business The kickers on the farm are not so hard to get along with as the kickers in town On the farm there is the kicking cow and our long eared friend the mule while In town there is the old mossback who wants all the municipal improvements without paying for them The cow may be sold for beef the mule traded for a shot gun but I can get rid of the town nothingI It is said that the best way ir t r J Ii t Y yA I DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX J D ATKINSON- A T WHITT preserve apples in winter is to wrap them in newspapers so as to exclude the air The excep v tion is made however that the newspaper must be one on which the subscription has been paid else the dampness resulting from what is dew may result in spoiling the fruit Col I Shelby Irvine who died at Richmond last week leaves an estate of 300000 00 All qf this estate is left equally to hiB two sisters and a brother Am prepared to do custom grind ing every day during the week Meal guaranteed to be first class Bring your turn and give roe a trial G W Anderson Clay City Ky i OUR for Sale 1 single barrel gun good as new Will be sold cheap Call at TIMESroffice I TiiB TIMES and Courier Journal both one year for 1100 i b- r hf kvf G Jt i i SPOUT SPRING Seviccs at the Baptist church Saturday and SundayMs very well attended T T Burris who recently returned from Ellsworth Illinois hus moved with his family to WinchesterJ I McKinney a Clark county stock dealer was here the first of the week buying some stockliogs Elder Qedrgo W McIntosh will build pod VeUin house lOll the nothern section of his farm Which when iCOTOplotedy will be IQcCllpiedbyhis son EdwardMc Intosh v George Daughetee formerly- 9f tins place was injured in a runaway accident returning home from Winchester Qi1 y laat veek His daughter was with him at the time butjuinpedtout find escaped inju- rytRailroad Ties i The government has sent i out a bulletin concertiing railroad cross ties which contains some interesting figures The total number of ties repdrted purchased in 1005 Is l about seventy eight million while 4hose unreported would His believ ed bring the total to more than ninety million the price ofties ranged frptu 2Qegptb1 for redwood J to 55 cents Nearly half of the whole number were oak while half the retaaindeMverepuie cedar redwood cypress chestnut hemlock and tamarack are also exe rtensively used A few are made of birch beech and black lQQ r 8t1ir1fjte arc hewn rajthough many tiesare now sawed 0rri trces hflfrt Iasi the tiSiiWTiAomliM i scarce more attention IB being pan to their cnemlpal treatment tp cnuse ahem tovreipnip 1JOl1 1iJI atlonger- t3fime and last year nearly ten per 4pent of the ties used were so treat Iked Exchange I rjT f L1 Another effort to close saloons in all cities in Kentucky will be made under the existing laws regarding Sundayclosing before resortIAliltd beneralSR conference between the Governor and a delegation of Lousville minis- tersv The opinion was expressed that the pretitgtjawaresutileiej n Lee Turner of Quarter House fame iniwCose SOafimSjfigeHJ fialdbir thirtyfive men have been killed has quit the liquor hua3laees arid is f making speeches in Bell county on s behalfof temperance in the fight w Jagains snlot hs Krlhat county 11 o Miss Addie Bridwell sixteen tlyears old was killed by falling from new county bridge across Salt Ifriver almost in Shepherdsville leamrigovervtierallihigdar ing companions to go further twin sheIIb Hows This 1Vb aIt OdbFllibr IEIr1pllara vReward for anyjAase of Catarrh that plrrqtt lye tiiq un jgped bave khon- F J OIttsEr iorHhe asHS years 4 rw i and believe pirn I blifritsIlbp8iliess trgn actionsAiijd t t an 1A1 WAtDlNoY KlHNAN a iiABVIK J Wholesale 1iruggtets Toledo p Hantfiqatarrhdure istalcenI internally acting dire tly upon the jblo 18 and o 1t eurjaceaofth systemi vjsTeetimpnYals tit freei i b ailDrUgisteTake Hall Family Fills for con stipationti 1- vi i j1 1 1 a- r fyt THE TIMSz PUBUSIIED EVKIIT THUllSDA J E burgher Publisher SotscrijpliiiD RateliO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents v Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday i Dec G ti00 I CLUB RATES ftjrtlio convenience of our sub scribera we have arranged club mutes pricesIlelotiqThe TiMESand Courier Journal 8120- t Cincinnati 110- ti Louisville Commercial 75 11 Homeland Farm 75 v School Childrens Aid EVery sclioofbo Vnd girl ib the State is invited to assist in commemorating two histofm e vents by the erection of a Ken tucky Building at the James town Exposition which will be held next year at Norfolk Vu Prof J H Fuqua Superintend 1 ent of Public Instruction for Kentucky and Director oft u cational Exhibits on the Ken tucky Jamestown Exposition Coin mission line asked Avery reachpiiiif tlte8tatexoo set aside Wednesday Dec 12 as James town and Boone8bproDaykThe teachers are requested to devote an hour or more on that day tp instruction bearing on the first English settlement in the terri tory now comprised in the Uiiit= let States ahdoii history connect ed witlf the erection of his ti niqugforttiy Iialiihl Bpggoibear the present site of Boone boro KX Jn April 1775 Prof JfoVW siiggeats that the scholars ballt1on for compositions in conneo andlhatreth schools Each teacher in the Sta fTips received a letter from the Super r intendont pf Public Instruptipn asking that the pupils be regu std to bring to school on James town and Boonesboro Day one oiJ more pertriids according to c Schoil oho which will be fot warded to the Commission and will go into a special fund evpt ed exclusively tOI the erection ibfj a replica of the Fort of Bpqnes boroAg aKentucky Building iat Jamestown Children under 5 years of age in the kijidergar 1IU years of age are asked tqcqn tribute 2 cents each thosp be7 tween 10 and 14 years 8ucent8 each those between 15 and 20 4 cents pipji pupilsabovc 21Yenrp of age 5 cents each A One of the unique s a jr sp5iated with the movement j that permitting no pupil tpconl contribute a larger sum than is culled f rbyhisot her sctfool ngeJhe pupil mayiigtyeverl contribute additional pennies jn tttelnamo ot some othdrtfpupil whol is yrabloto sQwn little pbs rjptionJ thoifund Jlt his Letter toifb jfacherBj 9 Jn r t- l Bert phhtltfJfI intpr ea q l pn1 m mo Ailed aQ uniquehlJU d tvantthofscho9lpu 0f the- Syitatbibleidautlfetl tith the r movemeiit and through t aid I pflfsuperiritendehta did teachers ilaye every ptMiof themsSadd hw inite to the fund Though the sumgive by each pupil is small an amounts that canto spared 4 A w 1 d t G rY tlnatTrard iFycverrfmpth- ly with bhUdro otstvlioolage in ifife StatQtyMtho tbtil amount recelveB fn this inn nHfcVyfjFbo a Ilaftdsdme onfe4md Sli ve r dQvotedsrjrf it iHhetQS9 umcllttefenduringjgq nie theechoolSohilr lhef4ntucky 1 Thernstt t Jntsomais 4a1 l ililo suggesiiondt on legislation amongtM tnost important be1nk an alnehdmenV to the law Tnakiiig it inprlsohmeht iiottcfine uboth tie bribegiV er and the bribetflKerffhd irflsb fbr thYpeJso donating brvjfur nteliingthe money Require all capdidntea i to make 11sW9rn statement ofHi lrCflmpaign cx pcnscsnndwhafdispositiortJiIS madeof said funds Also re quiretho sworn statementof over campaign manager or person assisting in said campaign Where fraud is found make the pun ishinent iinprrsontiicnt otily It is obvious this Vould insure abso lutely honest primaries and elec veryfoundatignform of government The Rcv Irl R Hicks 1907 Almanac The ReV Irl It Hicks has been compelled3 thiS pTfpiilai demand to resume the publication of his well known and popular Almanac Almanacisdealers oV seht postpaid for 25 lelltPaby trOIiDAt1DWOltIterPUB LisHiNa COMPANY 2201 Locust St St Louis + Mo pudliahers of WRD AND TORlHjoneof the best dollar monthly magazines in Amer- Ica One1 Almauao gcba with every Aubscription I i The Publishers Ciaiis1titneiVJNIT- cD ST TM COURTS p CLAIMS flfbr I alto srtd ebatsr8 11 trnatlo- n1pIonarIIOrotl tn 11lrI to VU- l mciltolllnenry etgllnni mtlycntlcueriluercry wit ho purpo m f1 adapting itto moot the larger aeueJoIonVe are of tho o tri1nnibrttIJrs allegation lost clo aS1 xjjuCrtitcljr tho ork tint 1qs 1I1 fi titand the ceult tlntlj jlcca reached Ilio is It now BUnda but been thoroughly hs dltedln every detnililina been in very part nil la aJiitrubly rJnplcd to meet he la cr and covoicr reqttircmcnu of a ctpopularhllolnirnllcnmrletl tblUttlOWIIMCLhus IIC1 ClIiU1lnot t Jt is pcjImi nccdlcn to add Hint tto refer wtlrkaaqtJhobllhLit will Itho source of coust 1dunuilCUAIILEC LAn CFW1LDON1 INIA1tq1TANTl1Y7t rrLr- J b rWY ZhenGne rcJerst3 StHlli1 Itn hNArt NiIDICTO AY PRIft Eir r ibuisGET BEST YouUlllbeCnteruttdCnour 1 m J1 ftitmti Y- wOtnnl 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1 LOCAfJBREVITIES rOnly nineteen days more until Christmas L eW0 Mize of Hazel Green is the guest of his son Oarl MizeI I Nice line of box Uttlepa Everything fancy J W McKinney of Backer villa Was hero Tuesday buying t 1 hogs K i A torn Y O Ft3pncerof t JIi Winchester was hero Tuesday on legal business a 4 Oscar Mackey and family have to Texas t make that S Statetheirfutufrhome iOS Hardin is visiting hill parents and other relatives at 0 Monterey Owen countyr 0 Shimfessel one 6f our most j enterprising merchants has o ii pened a branch store at Virden JHB Eaton has a once line of A OCnias goods now on display fRdhi8 ad and be sure to call nd itive8iigate these goods t J VW Quinn representing the Hastings Industrial Company of f Chicago Ill is here trying toe mftkea contract for a canning e factory Mrs S A Young and daughter of Lexington were guests of r the fokmers sister Mrs W N Bush the latter part of the L w- ertIij for the public school teachexofLLhacniinttiy will bee sdueSaturday They will at this t t Jaime receive theirJay for fourth nand fifth months f7t rof W E Heflin and wife of r a Ruokerville former residents of this county are the proud pa rents of a new girl which arrived 4 i 4It their homeSunday December t r 23900 t A grand entertainment will be given by the Stanton Graded School at the Court Souse Sat urday night December 22 Dialogues plays orations and speechesThe 8 Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will haye their annual Bazar and Christ Inns sale on Friday Dec 21st iu the Cassidy building Refresh t r ments will be served it was currently reported here last week that Elder D G Combs the noted mountain Christian evangelist was dead but we are glad to state that the report was false and the Rev Combs is now enjoying a win terstrip with his family in Flor x ida 0tnef of Police R F Muslin andilPoliceman A B Wilson foughtiin MtV Sterling Thursday j Mayor Harris filed charges a gaiqst Wilson of drunkenness r and insubordination while on du iy and also asked an investiga- tioni of Mastius conduct A special meeting of the City Couu cil was called to investigate TO CURE A COLD IN O 0AY 1 4i r Take LAXATIVE BKOAIO Qui 4 snipe Tablets DruggiaU t1fundmon u a j jO tly if it falls to curetE W aOVgIS siruaturuid on IU h box 250 0 0i d r JI WI fft- I d i v hii 4 k r JJ toir r oj t C J Jtd frc n SwunnDay Lumber Company has a nice ad in this issue This is one of Clay Citys leading stores and if carries it nice line of goodi x The Ladies of the Presbyterian Church at Stanton will give a supper for the benefit of their Church on Saturday night Dec h10Q6 A H Norton Administrator Durret Norton deceased has gained judgment against theL E Railway in the Powell Circuit Court for 15000 00 damages for the killing of the deceased while on duty as an employe of the road The saloons in Clay will- have been closed one year Saturday To say that local option lifts prbhibited the drinking of liquor in the town would be ab surd but on the whole it seems to be very effective The suit which will decide whether or not the local option electiop shall stand will be passed upon by the Court of Appeals soon A Miraculous Cure The following statement by H M Adams and wife Henrietta Pa will interest parents and others A miraculous cure lids taken place in our home Our child had eczema 5 years and was pronounced incurable when we read about E lectrio Bitters and concluded to try it Before the second bottle was all taken we noticed a change for the better and after taking bottles he was completely cured Its the up to date blood medicine and body building tonic Guaranteed 50c and 8100 at Swnnn Day Lumber Cos store John H Hardwick sold at Stanton a house and lot for 800 Dress Making Misses Kate Hutehiuovn and AI ta Mauppin are prepared to do all kinds of dress making Located in the Red River Hotel Birthday Party Miss Sallie Fletcher entertained on Nov the 20 1900 in honor of her tenth birthday the even l lug was spent in games and other amusements She receivedmany beautiful presents Those present were Misses Bulah John son Elsie Burgher Mabel White Ruth Earnest Ruth Eaton Rox ie Akers Joicey and Sadie Rich Reese and Fannie May Shimfes sel Velma and Ardell McPher spn and Viola Young of Lexing ton it A Western Welder Theres a Hill at BoWie Tex yearPhisfrom a weight of90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says III suffered with a terrible cough and doctors save me up to die of Con sumption I was reduced to 90 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings NewDiscovery for Consump don Coughs and Colds Now af ter taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Qrily sure Cough and Cold Cieie Guara tie by SwannDay Lumber Coee c and L00 Trial bottle free VL w Miss Alta Mauppl and s- Kite H1tclii i onjppnt Saturday uiglit and Sunday with Miss Millie Stephen near Stanton ind re port ft iiictirnet iNew Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of aUkind on reasonable terms owlocatedilo the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and eailsfuction guaranteedr ww w t M 10 alt A ir b Y T 1 LaY 2 t4h f TdurerbotweolllllttlIrsnlrlllbedllK i nl m luccurai Am I STEYCYSIFortyTnd leas SIIOTOUNSRile of 1AkJOllrdUlaaadlllllotl 1pelr J Bttuttftil 1ssAt Spencer Bath county Tues day two freight trains on the 0 fc 0 railway crashed into each other Fireman George Sheeban of Owingsville was killed and two engineers and one brakeman were injured The damage to property is 40000 00 New Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Watertown 0 Rural free delivery writes My daughter afflicted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kinks New Life Pills She hail not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life giving tonic pills on earth 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store Mrs Oarrie Nation of Kansas hatchet fame has arrived at Corbin Ky and enlisted her ser vices in the fight of the temper ence element which will be de cided this week Local option contests at Middles boro and Somerset Long Tennc5see Fight Foitwetity years W L Hiiwflll of Bells Term fought nasal ca arrh He writes The swelling and soreness Inside my nose was fearful till I began applying Buck lens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to re turn Best salve in existence 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store The W C T U settlement school building in Hindman Knott county has again been destroyed- by fire entailing a loos of abDut 10000 The building was completed only recently having been iscdas a school only a few months A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud jog Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days lOc Wanted Wanted Tovr Rmters Hens Dicks senile Tirkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEOW ANDERSON Clay City Ky THE + a indhesei Bank r IN Oi TBD N HWtriIEulerooN Pres iapiiil stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the acoivunts oft Individ iale tiruistalid corporations 81- 8tj V t J VlitI 1Tl L Its to Your Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Haidware Hoaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and take n exchange foi goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the place AlEo BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY KY For The Holiday Trade We have the niceft line of Christmas goods including Fno Candies Fruits Nuts Toys and anything to please the children and grown up people too andalj will be sold at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Lot of off season goods now being sold at Greatly Reduced prices and AT COST Nice line of 1907 calendars on hand Dont fail to call for one when you are he- reSwannDay j Lumber Co Clay City Ky t WILL REMOVE WITI EASE ALL PAiTWLES IF DIRT AN- DCREASE and leave the skin soft and white Superior to all other soaps The Laborers Friend For Mechanics Farmers Painters Printers Plumbers Miners and all Ratlryad Men A trl willconvlnceyoutherete no othersoap like it 2 sizes 5ctMfO- cManuMCturpdpy IOWA SOAP pAY Nurlingtnkwa Hog Creek Mrs Lillie Nowkirk visite- her father Saturday anti Sunday Alan Sams of Lovee visite- Mr and Mrs John Lanes Sun day Q P Douglas of Levee wa up two days last week on busi- nEss Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at tho mouth of Cat Creek andnear Rosalyn sta tion on L E Ry About 225a cres in entire boundary 130 acres of bottom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or fields all in high state of cultivation and all in grass well rested and ready to make money on There ia 1800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plenty of fruit good barn nearly new Capable of housing 50 to CO head of stock two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water Red River running on one side and Cat Creek through the middleI Meat house hen house c Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in t mile from railroad station mill post office school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars which is less than 855 per acre for the land in cultivation Land all around it sells 865 to 880 per acre Better tha Bluegrass land for you cant wear it out and its products bring more neighbars payment You cant beat it Write to R C Mansfield Son- Winchester Ky I ENE OF Cut n jsays many a doctor to his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medi cine that wH cure female troubles except the surgeons knife such ameclidne- a1stshowcverisprovcd by thousands of cures made by CARDUICures Disease It has saved the lives of many weak sick women and rescued others iron a lifetime of chronic sick Hess It wifl care you If you will only give It a chance Try It Sold by all druggists and dealers In SI 00 bottles GAVE UP SUPPORTER U I wore a supporter for four years to keep up my womb writes Mrs SJ Chrlsnan of AUnnsvlUaNYYUMydoctorsald no medicine would help me After taking Cardul I gaveup my sup porter and am now well PROFESSIONAL CARDS I Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KEfnu KY bundsyadhigh grad work known to modern DeUstry- R A IVINM Df PHYSICIAN AND 8UBQEOM OLAYCITY KY t B LlTTLEPAQEM Di PHYSICIAN AND e OL4Y CITV KYt B RSMITfkMD I PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY t 1 J f Mr and Mrs John Vivion vis Anderd son MissdMrs Sarah Parkers 4 Mr and Mrs Qnninbeil Ander son spent Sunday night with John Vivion and wife Miss Virgio Holly our school teacher visited Mr and Mrs Tom Pasley Monday night MJss Grace Hutchison of Clay MrsJJeff Virden a D Cook of Clay City was here Monday We are having some fine hog killing weather now UnclelJ Press Everman visit ed relatives here Sunday Bob Thacker has moved into the house vacated by Albert Our tis 0 0 Curtis was in L E Junction neighborhood Monday on business visitedUharleyn and Sunday IT B Ware and daughter Miss Mary visited Dillard Hughes at Kiddville last Sunday- J W Hudson is very sick with a complication of diseases and is not expected to live long wasrdav buying turkeys and paving 111 cents per pound Billie Hudson and sister DIiss Minnie of St Joe Mo returnedOr home last week on accountof the serious illness of their father J VW Hudson James Smith bought Iir foe r hundred pound hogof E A Goff at 0 cents per pound and Bob Thacker also bought one of same party at same price Joe Clark our school teacher is fixing to have a big entertainment at the church hero Christ mas eve We hope he willsue ceed as a good entertainment is so nice Uncle Press of West Wood says the rats are so numerous that they are carrying the corn out of his crib to the woods Ho said he would turn long hun gry loose and make a scatter ment among them soon Aunt Margaret Fisher was taken last Thursday with a se vere attack of pneumonia from which she died Tuesday morn ing Aunt Margaret leaves one sister one brother and two or three children besides a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss a Levee Preaching at ZtonOhape1first- Sunday by Elder Thos Carters was well attelidrWe W tevensbnbought two too pound hogs ofjikp I Wilson it 51 cents per pound 1 t Mrs Juno White vistedhet t Vistqr Mrs fQ Wilsotf poll Thursday Thanksgiving MrrMarthaMrtin Arnold Isifed Ijer sister Mrs G+ o Vilioughby on Snnduylue- tGB Martini wife and daugh faintIyofMrss Wi W Stevenson and Daughter visited the familyof- VmHalyon WednesdayofInst week b J 1- 7ti 1 r ryk Ni7 Vearea Iiavirigi fine winter weather thepast few duffs and fH rm era are takingadvantage of the cool days by killing hogs Mrs Sarah Wilson of this place is at the bedside of her son DudleyWilsopof Mt Sterling who isvery tow with con sumption and is not expected to live but a short time J B Salyer was unfortunate by loosing wine horse one day during the weAk by jumping a wire fence and his feet catching between the two top wires throwing him and breaking his neckTho l only social event of Thanksgiving Thursday was a social gathering at the homeof Wm Smith fbr the young people of the nearby vicinity They enjoyed themselves with a candy pullingMrs Laura Wilburn lost a val uable watch onher way from Mt Sterling home on Saturday of last week She prized it very much it being a present from her late husb 1idvnluedat 60 Wo sympathize with her in her loss Farm For Sale 378 acres on Galloways Creek four miles from Irvine Estill coun ty 100 acres in grass 58 acres corn land remainder timbered land New dwelling and all necessary barns cribs and other out build ings Young apple and peach orchard of 500 trees Will Bell or rent on reasonable terms For par ticulars call on or address G W McIntosh Clay City Ky Farm For Sale 107 acres 3 mild from Clay City 1t 9st lln l J rut v has ohvir050 apple and BOO peach trees and BomepersplQms cherries grapes and other fruits all now beginning to heurThe orchard is on a north hillside and rarely falls to bear fruit Good dwelling four neverailing springs land suitable for grass and yields 8 and 10 bar I relsof corn per acre I On this farm is located the noted Black Creek Lime Works with plenty of material and fuel on the farm Will be sold on reasonable terms Apply to It S NOEL Clay City Kv ONLY x400 If you saw we will send wra tree trial coarse or Jatlne Tabs and Red which cure curab1o seer- RHEUMATISM I I atomachBheumaUacompUcaUou lid IrOwlha om 011 orig toil iIIaIadl that ta KIdDe DIaeue neb uI- DlmmaUol1 or the madder 00aPeU0II or the KJdn18o Pain or Bcldlnc 8e DleeaselaUturn in various in such u Gout Lam bago Neuralgia and Sciatica Try m 50O tBx 9f JUTtHE TABS FREETo the flnt Inquiry In jrOu vicinity dysamplewewill you without by mAIl a ITUTREATMENT Just M U JOupald for ItIf yon desire truer tend at once we take giltwritNAIMS MEMCME Ca CintJlc I I KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WIT Dry Kiogs New Discovery I FOR 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