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Y r- v iy14 I r r- J l 1- i tc rr r t liI 1 r m t THE cLAYr I CITY TIMESI i IVOLI I I I I I I I I i I 1 I I y I I Dollars I Count Past i When You Spend Them e r- IP YOU SPEND THEM HERE e- I they wont count so Mast Our stock Is replete with everything for the table end household We handle the best in quality of ev erything and the price on these a goods teaks them look cheap but they are not nothing cheaphere butthe price Come and Investi gate for yourself It it to your tatercgt as Well as to ours for you tobuy here JB EATON Leader in Low Prices i As Time Passes brings MoneySaving Opportunities Overcoat Ladies Cloak i- nMillinery SHIMFESSELS I Winchester MFG r Mapufacture Sash flooring doors Coiling Weatherboarding- Vacandaa tlr Shingles and Etc StoreFronts New Telephone Line Oampton will soon have in op eration longdistance telephone a company having been formed the Kentucky Mountain Tele phone Company with Senator Benjamin Sewell L T Hover male A 0 Oliver 0F Combs and S G Samples incorpora tors The company propose to build a longdistance line to Clay Oity and establish a local tele phone exchange here We are glad to see tbis movement tak ing form as it is an enterprise that we have long needed and we hope the citizens will lend their encouragement and assis tance to it The Clay City Hue will enable us to get in direct communication with all the principal cities and towns in the U nited States as connection will be made with the longdistance line at that point Oampton Courier What has become of the can ning Factory If not dead it is certainly taking a sound nap This not the case for certainly the people of Clay City and the farmers around the city would be benefitted more by a canning fuctoy than any proba ble industry It Of course there are some who have put off buying something they really need If it happens to be an tt or anything it is only better for you You can save big money on these articles by coming to my Store for them They have been marked down to COST as we in tend to close them all out before Spring Our Stack of other goods is up to the standard and we will take pleasure in supplying your needs y1N N4 4WMWWI4WWIWWIMWWIM4u NMW4W1uWWWMWWW4 uhP4iWW4N Department Stole fJbIANc J doKy We Blinds Pickets should be We ore lieadquartersCOY- Building Paper Fl1ItRoofingIHIItold and Etc tAJ bij lf l Send us Your estimates d It noinpt Shipments f f IL1 7 I t 1 iI d1 tj1 J v- a 7 i I f rI- y 4 LexIinJackson to Lexington last Thurs day afternoon went down an em bankment two miles east of Tor rent and Engineer James Gor don and Baggagemaster Max O Connell were slightly injured Thq wreck occurred on a fill which had formerly been a tres tie The woodwork gave way and let the train down in the mud The engine baggage car and smoker rolled down the hill while the rear coach remained on the track The passengers were jumbled togetho and shook up considerably The engine almost buried itself in the mud The train was several hours de layed iiiid trains further up the road than the wreck were unable to run until Saturday when the track was repaired HAINHNEEWEN Mr W Gould Hainline of Mt Sterling and Miss Ella Mae Ew en daughter of Press Ewen of this county were married Wed nesday at the residence of J D Poynter in Winchester Kev A E Carnaham of Mt Sterling officiating The groom is a prosperous farmer of Montgomery county The bride is a very pop ular lady of this county EWENDERICKSON- Mr Robert Ewen anti Miss Daisy Derickson both of Stanton were married at the residence of the brides father Judge G M Derickson at Stanton Wednesday January 23 in the presence of a large number of friends Eld R A Irvin of this city offi ciated The young peoples nu merous friends togerher with the TIMES wish the newly married couple a happy and prosperous life Moved Sack to Clay City The family of John Ohafiin has moved back from Louisville They will board at the Clay City Hotel until spring when they will occu py their beautiful home on Sixth avenue Mr Chaflin is superin tending the erection of a large band saw mill at Oartersville Ga and will be employed on this plant until some time in May when ho will join his fami ly here Local Option Kentucky There are now 04 conuties in Kentucky whore saloons have been voted nut There are now only 25 counties in the State where liquor may be sold lawful ly In many of these there are saloons in only one town in the county And the battle is not yet over nor will it be until ev ry county in the State is local option territory L Public Sale Wednesday Jan 80 R L Daniel will sell at public sale all of his personal property near Virden and offer his farm for rent if not rented before See poster for particulars and attend the sale Misses Carrie Kirkpatrick and Olemmie Anderson of JKosslyn are attending the Kentucky Normal School atRichmond i ti f 1 oio Sacrafice Sale for the next 30 days beggnning with Wednesday Jan 2 We put on sale all our hats at greatly reduced prices Lot 1 50c you n n sold as high as J 175 each Lot 2 98C Great Bargains Lot 148 Good Styles We do not care to carry over old Stock hence this sale A few fine Dress Patterns in Danish Goth Panama Etc at prices A per cent off on all Shawls Facinators Gloves Hosiery Etc Call early and get choice of these bargains Dressmaking in Connection Mrs WaN Bush ESTABLISHED 1890 The Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS FUND 8630000 This Bank is pleased to place at the of its customers the facilities gained SIXTEEN of continuous service and growth Accounts of corporations firms and individuals Guar anteeing and liberal treatment We pay 3 interest on deposits in our SAVINGS DEPART MENT compounded semiannually Accounts may be started with as small amounts as One Dollar I M 4 H 4 COURTNEY OFFICERS President CHAS Vice Pres A T WIIITT Cushier Death of firs Mary A Mary A Burgher widow of the late DeMarcus Burgher died Saturday night about 7 at the home of her son Everett Burgher three miles east of Winchester with acuteattack of colic Burial Monday on Hard wicks creek at the Wells grave yard by the side of her husband who died seveen years ago Deceased was a Miss Bush and was 04 years old She leaves seven children One dead+ For the past year she had been giving with her children but was in this county the greater part of the time as four of her children live here Mrs Burgher was a consistent member of the Hardwicks Greek Methodist church and a lady well boliked by all who knew her and will be greatly missed by her family and many m Townsend of I Bowon was transacting business I in the city yesterday rv- i + i3 In this lot find Hats that 3 bargain disposal during YEARS solicited prompt SCOTT Burgher oclock living friends DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT J F COX- J D ATKINSON A T WHITT THE SICK Clay Brown whose serious ill ness has been noted before in these columns is some better Arms Bowen a leading citizen of Bowen is very sick and fears for his recovery are entertained The twelveyearold son of John P Gaylord has been very ill of pneumonia fever but is now improving The check for the fifth school month has been received by Supt R A Irvin and the same is now ready for payment Mrs A M Burgher is visiting relatives at Stanton and will at tend the EwenDerickson wed ding before returning home For a delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs Manna at tho new grocery 5 and 15 cents Mr W 0 Evorman a pio neer citizen of Virden is trans acting business in the city f SPOUT SPRING P 0 Pryor has been very sick for several days but is nOW sotne betterIThe little child of Marion Me Kinney was very sick for ROV oral days this week but is some bettor ut the present time Mrs A J Ourtis who has been very sick for several weeks past is now fast improving un der the skillful treatment of Dr 11 A Irvin of Clay Oily John Kerr has again rented the D McKinnoy farm and will continue to reside in our community Mr Kerr is an ex cellent citizen whom we are glad to have remain in Our midst g Berry Barnett and Tom McKinney have bought of Oaptan Wm Davis of Vaughns Mill his saw mill and will move same to H F Christophers farm near here and saw up a large boundary of timber Each one of the new firm has a large tract of their own timber which they will saw and several oth ore will have some timber sawed The niill will be of great bene fit to our farmers The mill is a good one but was bought for 050 A School of Vice There is no worsCscliool of vice than the streets aim alleys of the ordinary town Children who are allowed to run at large and receive their general stockof knowledge froni such places will soon find their way into other dens of wickedness and may fin nally land in the penitentiary or on the gallows Some deluded parents say they wouldrather have their children become ac quainted with the world than to have them grow up ignorant of what is going onA community filled with sweet innocence and ilHterariy ithe one composed of stuart thoroughbred rascals Wo are Highly in favorofeducation but we want it directed along certain lines and to come throughcertain ell directed channels and not 6y way of streets and alleys and other filthy pnces11t Olivet Advance f LOST K Tn Cloy City Saturday January 12 a Brooch Pin set In Opal iind Pearls Finder return to Red River Hotel and receive reward t kCard of Thanks We desire to thank our friends for ther kindness toward us in the sickness and death of our little darting Uessey who died Jan G- lflf 7 CHARLEY AND LEALEII POTTS Start the New Year right by buy ing your groceries at Aandersons Cut Rate Crocery SALESMEN WANTED To look I i after our interest Powell and tailjacent counties Salary or Commission Address The Victor Oil Company Cleveland 0 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADEMARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS C Anyone iondlnu o iketnli and description may jfnIckIyascertain our opinion an I Is probabl CoromonlC- AotlonutrlctlrconllaeltlaJ Hlunllni on iateDUI lent free Oldeit for lecortUlr pateo- ioeentsi taken through Mann A CO ecelv 4 tpettal notice without charge In the Scientific flntericam j A han lomel lilnatrated weekly largest cit culation of any irtentlBo1 Jnnrnal Tercii S3 a rear i four months ln SoLd brail ntwidulen MUNN CO381Boadwar New York Sraocb Office C36 P BU Waiblogton O Co I 01N w j THE HIES IUIILISHED EVERY intJHSDAT JE Uuruhcr Publisher Subscription Rates SOC nts per year in ad Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter a Thursday Jan 24 1907 CLUB RATES For the OOnvthienc1of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the fplloyingpapers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJTonrnal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 75 c Home and Farm 75 ioooReward for Fugitive Taylor Appeal to Reason a Socialist paper offers a reward of 10000I to any one who will kidnap fiigi five W S Taylor now wanted in Kentucky for the murder of Gov Grobel The paper speak out as follows The Supreme Court of theU nited Stateahas hfeld that kidnapping is a perfectly legal method of taking an accused man from One state to another This decision was rendered in the now famous MoyerHay wood case in which the defendants were both Social ists and workingmen Will the Supreme Court of the United States hold to this same opinion if the defendant is a Republican and a capitalist To give the Supreme Court the opportunity to pass oh a case of kidnaping a capitalist politician wanted on a charge of murder in a sister state I will give 1000 00 to the person or persons who capture ExGovernor Taylor of Kentucky who is now supposed to be in hiding in Indiana under the protection of the governor of that state and return him fore ibly or otherwise to the state u thorities of Kentucky In other words any person or persons is at liberty to sandbag Taylor carry him across the border and deliver him to the authorities of Kentucky and it will be a perfectly legal proceed ro and upheld by the highest court of the land It matters not how inconsiderately or hastily this action be done it will not constitutionIal and Republican I The Supreme Court will back the kidnapper and protect them provided it holds to its recent decision The only stipulation regarding the payment of the 100000 reward is that Taylor must be handed over to the Kentucky au thorities and placed behind the bars before the trial of the offi cers of the Western Federation of Miners is begun Backset for Foraker A negro organization of the Southern states composed of 50 000 lending Africans in conven iidil has indorsed Presdent oose velts action in discharging from the service of the United States 207 negro soldiers for shoot lug up Brownsville Texas Aug iJJtli last in which one white per I son was murdered and others in juredThis should boa kind of a setI buck for the negroequalizing enator Foraker who wants the I action of the President investi gated in doing his plain duty Foraker seems to think negroes should be encouraged in murdering so bug as the victims are Southern white folks And For aker wants to be President r iessCllnnot be Cured bylocal applications Iis th ycan not reach the diseased portion of the ear ThereU only one way to cure deafness and that is bjrcon stitutiolal remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous hiningof the Eustuch inn Tube When this tube is in flamedjrou have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result unless the Inflammation can be talienout and this tube restored to its normal condition heating will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot be curS- ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY A Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Tnke Halls Family Pills for con stipation Notice to Farmers The Farmers News Scimitar Memphis Tenn the Souths best farm paper has a circulation of over 100000 each wgeTfand is in dispensable to every farmer and should be in every Southern home Every member of the Farmers Union should be a subscriber Liberal commission to agents besides 8250JPO cash prizes and a gold watch each month to thp largest club raiser also 8250 00 given a way in a missing word contest A postal card with your name and address will bring particulars Ad dress Farmers News Scimitar Memphis renn GET THE BEST Recently Enlarged vmf 25000 Now WordsNow Gazetteer of tho World with more than 25000 titles based en tho latest census returns NowD1ora2hIca1 Dictionary contalnlnrr tim nome of over 10000 noted persons date of blrlb death etc nilfvl by V T IIAliniSriuT LLD Uultrd Stutoj Commlssloucror Education 2300 Quarto PacesNtir ito MC9 lUoitrtlloni IUd Bbdtofi Needed flEvery Homo Also Webster Conciliate Dictionary IU rasts KM inantretloni I Regular Edition hUst jlaches Slbflcp Do Luxo Edition r tlJlxlJJ Ia rrtnt1 from M IOte I a iai t C FuticI IClng- Lrnar D1c10DU1ra1I1IItt pAlDpIJeA GGC MSRRIAM CO Publishers OnrincfJold Mass i YltLUAMS 1 IA WOODEN PUMP Made of hon Guaranteed All repairs done quickly above ground Take oft Fulcrum ad Han dip to pull out PlungerfarrepairsasInwQodeniumps LOOK FOR i2W- I IflAOt MMIC PUMP MMe of the very belt material ExtrA heavy cutlugt Adjustable base Draw drain prevent freezing Rubber valve seat inter changeable Sold by dealers everywhere CTJtbelUDont buy t cheap pomp It coats too much In tho eDd- WILLIAMS PUMP CO 473 Harmon St Indianapolis Ind t Reduction Sale of MILLINERY we have had a very satisfactory bus mess in this line and are thank ful to our patrons for their liberal pat ronage and we have a few things left in Ready to wear and primmed Hats i 4 ftVi thatwe will lose out ATOOT1 f The above will include everything in MILLINERY Gjfodft v 7e i t i Mrs J W Williams 1 Clay City Ky the Whitest White Cake f v Lf The Lightest Light Rolls I And Flakiest Biscuit tAre MrideWheu Yon UHe JIiK Pearl and Bakers Pride Floul iXrTake 1r MANUFACTURED BY J A GAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading MercrhanU iSC f INSURE WITH I F A LYON SON+ The Lending Insurance Agents i + of Jioiitnolcj t Over 200000 000 It Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know i they are laders in this line f WILL GIVETHIS BEAUTIFUL PICTURETt tapw a tiiT rriioitDfflM n fln ono who wrlkwIU etlt II li c lIod miti 4 rUw n Th rich ralu tral 1 mtirtl tbk r u almoit tblak you esn sthid th Inrtnn pwlwl IbM TOO hUf upwl M B U Ui lr IWMI Mrt amh I I Tb rlrtiir li 20 laebloar inS II lotbw wU4 Int rlcbl or fnmlic ud It will ck a audnm addlUon to icy hom A lawyer in the court room may call a man a liar scoundrel villinn or thief and oho makes a complaint when court adjourns e1fleotlonsoni i to 4 11 I BE THE FIIST to writ from year po fcnco aadIyou will nt It wltbaat dIy Mlhoot WI n oat cat you tprad fore poiul nrd to writ to DM on U all It will tort JOT IwUiotakyouorz- peet I to lOad on nnt ct tnoniy I un pHor 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flgureEx Oj TIIE TDIES forihe iidwV w 0 t t rTr 1 i m THE TIMES1 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER Li THURSDAY JAN 24 1907 4 fLOOAL BREVITIES41 i Y v Judge M A Philips is very sick at his home in StantonIi Irsj E Niblack who was i very sick for several anySS now able to sit up part of the time Geo E Tomlinson formerly of this city has been elected President of the Winchester Com mercial Club The river Saturday reached the r highest stage for the past few years butliked a great deal get I ting as high as it has been sever I al years ago 0 J Wy McKinney of Rucker YlIe was here Saturday Mr R licKmney had a sale of personal j properttTiisday and will move Oi vtpBuEIer Dto Feb 1st I r We Ieju n fhat warinDay liuhiber Company will put in an P ice plantin this city this spring Clay Ojjty iSR good opening for t such pi ltandwill prove a prof itable investment to the owners i i Judge and Mrs Robt Riddell will celebrate their fiftieth anni versary of their marriage at Ir vine in February Mrs Riddell before marriage was a Miss Mize and is related to the Mize family t of this county Miss Bessie Benton Joseph visitingElderthe cityMiss Bessie is a prom inent school teacher of Estill Elder Easter is an uncle iofthelrio TWo valuable farm of R 0 Mansfield Son on Oat Greek this county which has been ad vertised in the TIMES the t few weeks has been soldrbuttv failed to learn who was tho pur chaser and the consideration Our ofjer to the TIMES and the Memphis News Scimitar two weekly newspapers one yea for only 50 cents will not las I long So send in your money a once Remember though altar rearages to this paper must first be paid e Winter Again January until Sunday had been very balmy and Springlike with heavy rains Buds on earl trees has swolen considerably and it is feared that much of fruit will later be killed I blew up colder Sunday and the rain ceasedFor Selling Liquor Mandy Payne was found gull ty of selling whisky in Clay City lQcaJ9ptionla 2Q Being unable to pay or replevy hewas remanded to jail and will lay out tlie1 fine The case of Wm Heather wa continued on the acc untof Heather hot being present He was at Beatty ville and the train from there was delayed until too late for trial Saturday The Right Name Mr August Sherpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Mad ison Ia8IoYs Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named the act more agreeably do more goo and make one feel better than another y laxative Guaranteed t cure biliousness and constipation 25c at SwannDay Lumber Co store III I Lead Others Followw 1 In order to make room for fresh stock dai 1 ly coming in and to give you One Hun dred cents worth for every dol lar spentwith me I will sell until further notce Perfection JIansfields Best Purity and Pearl flour OOotB per sack 100 ID lots 2 35 Shipstuff per hundred 81 30 500 lb lots 1 28 Crushed Corn X81 00 Meal bushel 70 AGranulated Sugar 5J cts per lb Lenox Sobp three cakes for 10 cts I Flake Hominy 4c per lb Canned r Do per can Arbuckles Coffee18ctsA per package 1Navy Beans v o 4o per lb Pure Maple Syrup i T j 40 eta per qt 150 can 121I ate f c 10 c V li 20c Tomatoes Superior Quality g16 3 12i +R t30 Pears j ty 2 lJ20 15 25 Peaches IS i Pie Peaches 11 Boston Baked Beans 0 HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID For Eggs Poultry Butter Hides Furs Feathers Rubber Beeswax and TallowY CEO W ANDERSON JR Originator of Low Prices f iio 11piif J iI S i1 0 7ew 4 L Charlie Reffett and Dan Henry whilaxnitrStinday trying their marksmanship with n 22 riffle leveled on a hog belonging to Judge Fletcher They were ac curate and killed it though 100 away They aero held under 100 bond to Circuit Court How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chil EasttBucklenst for salt rheum with excellent re sults Guaranteed to cure fever Eores indolentI ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin disea ses 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store Awayy newt tempted to crops the creek ford near Jeff McKinneys The stream was considerably swolen and washed the wagon box with the household effects some dis tance down the creek Some of butdWise Counsel from the South I want to give some valuable withfsays of Beck Tenn I have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bit ters will positively cure this dis tressing condition The first bot tle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so completely that it becomes a pleasure to re remedydDay Lumber Cos store Price 50c 0Dress Maklnfe Misses Kate Hutchinson and Al 9to Mauppin are prepared tb do all kinds of dress making Located in the Red River Hotel DIED Besse the little nine yearold daughter of Mr rind Mrs Charlie Potts died at their home in this city Wednesday January 10th Burial at Powells Valley Cured of Lung Trouble It is now eleven years since I hada narrow escape from consumption writes C O Floyd a lead ing business man of Kershaw S C I had run down in weight to 135 pounds and coughing was con stant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and continued this for about six months when my congh and lung trouble were entire ly gone and I was restored to my normalweight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every year Guaranteed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store 50c and 4100 Trial bottle free The high waters ofthe Ohio river which hasbeen doing great damage at Cincinnati and other points has begun falling New Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed TIlE Winchester Bank INCORPORATE N H WiTiiEJisrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 120030 We solicit the accounts of individ aals firms and corporations 8184 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 nlway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishings Groceries Hatdvrare Haaness 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 AlE1 BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY For The Holiday Trade We have the nicest line of Christmas goods including Fine Candies Fruits Nuts Toys and anything to please the children and grown up people too andall 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 here SwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky rWILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTICLES OFl II iItiis ceciiV 4OtMARw 11t cst DIRT AN- DGREASE Y and leave the skin soft and white Superior to all other soaps The Laborers Friend For Mechanics Farmers Painters Printers Plumbers Miners and all Railroad Men A trial wtllconvlnceyouthere Is no other soap like It 2 sizes 5can bOc Manufactured by IOWA SOAP COMPANY Burlington Iowa w kti l An Fc Tii6mule market is not look ing up this year ass it usually does at this time There are but few buyers and prices are not so good as formerly The reason for this is said to be that the Southern farmers have fed a t number of mules this winter Horsee are also a little dull A farmer who has tried the ex periment says I Ctou will sprinkle sulphur on the barn floor and through your corn aB you Bath er it there will not be a rat or mouse bother it I have dQnothlsfor several years and have never been bothered with rats or mice I stacking hay or oats sprinkle a tle on the ground and on each load and my word for it rats or mice cant stay there A pound of sub phur will be sufficient to preserve a large bin of corn and is god for stock and will not hurt the corn for bread You Look Yellow The treble is your livers productsbilel your blood You cantdigest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from headache stomachache dizzi ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water osr pills but a liver ton- icBedfords BlackDraught This great medldne acts gently on the sick liver It purifies the blood- renews theappetlte feeds thenerves dears the brain and cures constipation 1ItIs a true medicine for sick liver kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try It At all dealers In medicines In 25c packages Trees Plants Vines O ur general catalogue o Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens I Shrubs Orape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application We employ no Agents but sell direct to + the planter 1 H FHil eivnveyer Sons LEXINGTON XY Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor r CLAY CITY KY I Unslackend Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consume afLowest Prices Will deliver ai Ofay City or sell at the kilns 02 Lime 05 cents per barrel at they kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City rnOFESSIOKAL CARDS NrNMNrtlrWW V W4AINI WOrMWMYNrWNrr R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY r B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON GUY OITV KY BRSMITHM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY c r Last week a man stepped up if us and said he would pap us every cent he owed us if he lived till Sat urday night We presume the mar died Another man said he would pay us in n day or two as sure at we worn born Query Did the man lie or tears we never born Another said he would settle as- SUre as shooting We presume that shooting is very uncertain Another man said he hoped to- go to the devil if he did nut pay us within three days Havent seen him since suppose that he has gone but trust Wdfd not hope in vain Quite a number said they Theyttomorrow has not come One man toldus six months ago that he would pay as soon as ho got some money The man would not lie of course he has not got a cent since Genet Mud mud mqremudV School at Chop Chestnut closed lust Saturday with a nice enter tainment Albert Morton has purchased n tract of land on Glady from Rob MartinWill of Rush Branch has purchased 125 acres of land of J H Howell W M Bowen has purchased half interest in N S McDonalds lumber business They now own several tracts of timber Mr Sullivan of Alexandria is expected to be back here at once to begin the survey of 10000 a cres of land north half Sum Young Patent issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia in the year 1792 and signed by Patrick Henry The old line can very insirdment been cleared Because the white furmefs a long a rural route in Trigg coun ty refused to receive mail from postofficedepartment route A fulllinltofoakes candies and fruits at Andersons Grocery v Photograph Gallery for Sale One Portable Gallery Four Cam eras and every thing necessary Good trade established No gallery in 18 mileslarge territory Prices from 50c to 6 per doz My henlth only reason for selling Call on or write J W Henry Clay City Ky Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin Hseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer HENRY WAITERS ONS PAPER the Vek1y CourierJournal And THE TIMES Both one year for only One DollarFew people fn the United States lave not heard of tho CourierJour mad Democratic in all things fair n all things clean in all things it d essentially a family paper By Ii pedal arrangement we are enabled l offer the WEEKLY COURIER OURNAL ono year and this pu er for the price named above Send your subscription for the combina ion to usnot to the Courhr Jour aal arbuncles eating Prtfoj scrofula pezena itching risings slid bump i scabby pimply skins bono paTns i catarrh rbeumatisnirnr any blood or skin disease take Botanie Blood Bnlm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood ia made pure and rich Druggists or by express fl per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B BrB is especially advised for chronic deepsoatedcAlIes as itjcures after all else fails Farm For Sale i 878 acres 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