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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 q i l S r r THE CLAY CITY TIMESr 60 Cents a Year in Advanc We are here to help Clay City the SnrronnJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XII CLAY CITY KYV THURSDAY JANUARY 8l J907 NO5 Dollars i Count Past t When You Spend Them 0 IF YOU SPEND THEM HERE they wont count so tasteOur stock Is replete with everything for the table and household We handle the best In quality of everything and the price on these goods make them look cheapbutil they are notnothing cheap here but the price Come and Investi gate for yourself It It to your interest as well as to ours for you to buy here r J B EATON Leader in Low Prices i doors yarandas St Fronts Child Burned The little sixmonthsold dau ghter of Mr and Mrs T J White living two miles south of this city last Saturday fell into the open fire and was severely burned about the face and hands by live coals The little child was tied in a rocking chair and placed in front of the fire to be warm while the mother was in another room and while out a three yearold daughter turned the chair over Report of Railroad Commission The annual report of the Kentucky Railroad Commission for the year 1000 has been complet ed and shows an increase of 72 miles of railroad and an increased valuation of 275204100 over last year which brings the total railroad valuation in Ken tucky to 08002805 00 SmallPox In EstHI Two children of exSheriff Steve Daniel is thought to have smallpox at Mr home near Irvine Mr Daniel has himself several years ago had the confidentIMiss Mary Shimfessel will enter K W College at Winches ter in a few days r As Tine Passese It brings MoneySaving Opportunities Of course there are some who have put off buying something they really need If it happens to be an I r f- Overcoat Ladies Cloak- or anything i- nMillinery it is only better for youYou can ave 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 Stock of other goods is up to the Standard and we Will take pleasure Jn supplying your needs WWWNW411WANNNMdMWW1JWNNwu WNWWWIWWUWMdWlylypMYNNWM1 SHIMFESSELS Department Store IRfiblAN MFG Ky Go We Manufacture SashFloorlng Blinds CeilingWeatberboardingj Pickets rw yll8bioglesaridEto Store up Daniels We are Headquarters sfor Building Paper 0 41iFelt Roofing t Flintoid Roofiing and Etc v 0 Send us Your estimates t t Prompt Shipments r- ia r 4s7- k r r tJiy 4 yknr yW 4 y A Fine Fruit Country That Powell county is a fineI fruit section there is no All wo need is to plant our up land in fruit and ours will be a leader in that lino in a few years We might learn a good lesson from an experiment in the up land and blackjack land section of Oklahoma where ten years ago that land was refused and con sidered no good for any purpose- A good portion of this laud however was planted in Elberta peaches and today this land is far more valuable than the best exclusive agricultural land in the territory One orchard of ten acres in Logan county Okla lastI fall netted the owner 7000 00 Other orchards yielded less and still paid a four fold larger profit than land planted in corn wheat and oats The farmers of this fruit section besides selling thou sands of bushels of choice fruit had also thousands of bushels to rot because crates could not begotten to make shipments The farmers have prepared for the emergency this year by putting up a canning factory of 45000 cans daily capacity What is being done in the fruit industry in Logan county Okla 1 can slsobe accomplished in Pow ell county Ky All thats liking is an effort We have advantages superior to the Oklahoma coun ty insomuch tliat care so much closer to good v tets large cities such as Lexington Louis vine and Cincinnati and of which Oklahoma has none Our land is as well adapted to fruit cul ture end there is nothing hin dering our county from being a leader in fruit except that our farmers hesitate to make the venture Of Interest to Clay City A Business Mens Club is to a town what good financiers are to a financial institutionthe whole life of it We could cite you to dozens of cites in Kentucky that owe their prosperity and growth to the energetic men who reside in them Those men considered home interests first and went to work to and did ac complish a great deal The same opportunity presents itself here and we feel assured that much good will result from the effects of the local clubWill iamstown Courier Dont Like Taxes Oases against George Washing ton appear here and there in old documents No less than three claims were entered against him during the year 1787 to compel him to pay taxes The humor ous clerk commenting on the ac tions remarked George WashJ ington Esq appearoth not to like taxes Clay City must be full of George Washingtons from the way they pay their city tax or rather the way they refuse to pay any tax but they are not called Father of our Country- WelchStephens Mr Marion Welch of Rosslyn and Miss Millie Stephens daugh terot Mr Luther Stephens were married Wednesday Jan uary 80th at thg residence of thou bridps fatherj one mile fT VK Sacrafice Sale for the next 30 days beggnning with f Wednesday Jan2W- eput on sale all our hats at greatly reduced prices i t Lot 1 50c this you Hats that sold as high as 4 175 eachl Lot 2 98C Great Bargains r Lot 3 14Good Styles iI r We do not care to carry over old stock hence thissale A few fine Dress Patterns in Danish Cloth Panama Etc at bargain prices A per cent off on all Shawls Facinators Gloves Hosiery Etc Callearly and get choice of these bargains onnectionrrt Mrs WN Bushr ESTABLISHED 1890 The Clay City National Bank1 Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 850000 00 SURPLUS FUND 0300 00 This Bank is pleased to place at the disposal of its customers the facilities gained during SIXTEEN YEARS of continuous service and growth Accounts of corporations firms and individuals solicited Guar anteeing prompt 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 OFFICERS M H COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WHITT Cashier north of Stanton Rev R A Irvin officiating setLawyer ORear J H ORear was examined at Oampton last week on an ap plicatiop for license to practice law The board of examiners consisted of Attorneys S G Sample A H Stamper and 0 0 Fulks Mr ORear passed a most favorable examination and was admitted to the bar Mr ORear is a real bright man and we predict for him as much success in the practice of law as has been awarded his cousin Chief Justice Ed 0 ORear of Mt Sterling Our Mr ORear even goes the Chief Justice one much betterHo is a Democrat The Way They do in Estill vThp first attempt so far as known to sell liquor in this couft ty in violation of the local option law resulted in the arrest of Bill Rawlins a notorious character here Wednesday evening Ho In lot find DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX- J D ATKINSON- A T WHITT was caught in the act of selling a bottle of whiskey to a river man by Marshal Tom Wilson who arrested him Rawlins was tried before Judge Noland yesterday y and fined 50 00 and ten days in jail It seems that ho was doing a land office among the rivermon Estill Herald Ambrose Christopher son of Win Christopher formerly of Spout Spring is visiting relatives in this State Mr Christopher now lives at Miami Texas and married a Texas girl Cyrus T Wells a leading business man of Richmond and a 1 man of large acquaintance and 1 connection in this county is dead at Richmond The Memphis News Scimitar free to all our subscribers who pays 50 cents for the TIMES one year in advance For a delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs Manna at J Iho new grocery 5 and 15 cents h f SPOUT SPRING Marion McKinney moved to his new residence near the vil lags last week Regular preaching days at the T Baptist church Saturday and Sunday by Elder George W Mc 1 Intosh Wo hope to see a good lf crowd out on both days Clint Barnett who was emy ployed at Do livers Ill the great er part of last year and who has recently been located near Wades Mill has returned homo for a visit HF Christopher who will have a quantity of oak lumber for sale this spring has begun logging it Any person wanting any special cutting will please leave bill so he can cut the logs the proper length Thomas Ohristopher and wife left Tuesday for a few days visit to the attars parents Mr and Mrs Benjamin Poor near Fox Station Olark county They have recently gone to housekeep I ing in the Masonic residence at this place Winchester Court On account of the bad weather the stock market was only nominal und what few sales of cattle were t made at the stock yards were by the t head Among the few sales made r were the following iTReeves sold 5 steers weight 375aS K bought a cow r 955 pounds at 275 j Conner fc Horton sold GO steers weight 718 pounds at about 376 J K Watson bought 3 hogs at 8575 Quite a number of mules were on the market The demand for good fat mules was brisk but thin and blemished mules were very little sought for R A Watts sold to J A Nail one brood pare for 125Wlnc- hester Democrat Deafness Cannot be Curedx by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of thear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by con btitutiolal remedies Deafness is caused an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach- Ian TubeWhen this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfeut hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine capes i I out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dol lars fur any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot be cur ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free VF J CHENEY s Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Start the New Year right by buy lag your groceries at Aandersons Out Rate Crocery 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE RACE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 4cti Anyone fending a sketch and description met onr opinion no Mintlnn U probably PGlenehg Coromunlc tinniitTletlrcontldentljiL HANSe00AonPatent- sr sent tree VIdea ac tor lIC1lrllllf patenta patents taken through Mann A CO rcoelre nolle without obante In the SrkNtIfik Jlmtrkalt Ahandsomelylfotraled weeklrr Lanett elr- ocalatlonot an corn Term 3- aMUNNCo 1BNewYork OfHE1UnIBnnEYRRY THURSDAY J E Htmjncr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Jan 31 1907 CLUB RATES Fpr the convenience ofour subscribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and v- CourierJournal 100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 a1 Home and Farm 75 Local Option Bills in Congress If Ute National Congress does not enact such legislation as is necessary to make the localop tion laws effective in the various communities that invoke them the responsibility will not rest upon the Democratic Congress men from Kentucky says the Winchester Democrat The two most troublesome ob stacles with which the various localities which have voted local option have had to contend are the acts of the Federal Internal Revenue Collectors in granting Government licenses to persons who want to sell intoxicating liq uors in local option communities and the fact that Qongress has failed to make it unlawful for railroads express companies and others engaged in carrying goods from one State into another to carry intoxicating liquors from without the State into a commu nity where local option is in force Bills to meet these situations are pending before Oongress and the Democratic members espec ially from those Kentucky are earnestly endeavoring to secure their enactment Ollie James representing the First Kentucky district has introduced a bill to prohibit government license from being issued for any local option territory The other bill the one intended to prevent whiskey from without the State from being shipped into a local option terri tory is pending before the Judiciary Committee of the House There was recently a vacancy on that Committee and it was enti tled to another Democratic mem ber Speaker Cannon has been permitting John Sharp Williams the Democratic leader to name the Democrats to serve on the va rious committees In this in stance in order to serve the whiskey interests Speaker Cannon refused to give the place to the Democrat named by Mr Will iams but named Congressman Sherley of the Louisville district Mr Sherley or his people are interested in the whiskey business and Speaker Cannon thought he would vote with the whiskey people on the Committee but in this hejeckoned without his host for Mr Sherely refused to be a party to the affront to Mr Will Huns and declined the place The local option people of Ken tucky should watch these two bills and if they fail to pass they j should learn what political partyI is responsible for that failure j Honor I There seems to be several kinds of honor if one can judge by the different ways the pros sizes up Harry Thaw For instance young Mr Thaw of Pittsburg and New Yorkre cently killed a fellowbeing and o- a II r a Ifhehonor The victim had dishonorell his wife therefore he must die A correspondent in a Now York newspaper discussing the character of the victim of the tragedy said he was the soul of honor NO doubt h0 was in some respects IIi a business way his word was as good as his bond = fle j soon think ofrobginghjs mothers grave its he yould of d fr out of a pennyRigapciully Ills honor was untarnished brightestpossession and make a ofjfc his friends Hewouldsoilthe character of a girl top young to be away from her mothers care and cast her adrift on the storm tossed waters of Bohemia with out a qualm- And the Honor of young Mr Thaw and his wife too This is an odd institution also Mr Thaw himself so farasy history goes has not had a worthy aim or a noble ambition since his birth He has lived for pleasure hassoaked his soul in it until its keen acid has dyed it deeply No doubt if he incurred a gambling debt lie would deem it a point of honor to pay it No doubt he thought it a measure of honor to be able to hold his end up as long as the rest As to the honor of his wifelet the mantle of char ity fall over that toy of base men that has at last caused a tragedy They dont know the meaning- of the word Never was a noble phrase in poorer company Men and women of real honor would never have sunk their souls so deeply in the mire of human de pravity as these people have It is such hideous fantastic no tions of honor as these that make men fdQf naIomen bose Real honor knows them not The mmle market oth at Mt Sterling and Winchester courts was encouroging and it is now believed that the present High prices will be continued Notice to Farmers The Farmers News Scimitar Memphis renn the Soiithjs best farm paper has a circulation of over 100000 eachweek mind is indispensable to every farmer and should be in every Southern home Every member of the Farmers Union should be a subscriber Lib eral commission to agents besides 825000 cash prizes and a gold watch each mouth to the 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 Memnhiw Terri III A UWiLlIAt1SI1 I Ado of Srcn- Guarantoodm a All repairs done quickly above ground Take off Fulcrum and Handle to pull out- Plungerforrcpalrsaiao as in wooden lumps LOOK FOR IN PRIXTO materialExtra I preventsfreezingI 1 changeable Sold by dealers everywhere carrythemDont bur a cheap It costs too roach 1 n the Indianapolis WILLIAM 473 eadI Reduction Sale of E MI VINERY w have had a very satisfactory business in this line ancLare thank ful to our patrons for their liberal pat ronage and we have a few things left in Readyto wear and Trimmed Hats that we will closeout 4TLCOST M irfV The above will include everything in MILLINERY Goods Mrs Jt Williams ClayCity Ky 1 The Whitest White Cake J The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Mncle Wlien You TJno M Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour it ti J t Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed S j fix MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY 0 fJ J Sold by our Leading Merchants irrvrrrirrr ilrrrrrrrrrrTrwTrr WITIJF SONI i u The Loading Insiiniiioo A + of Eastern lieutiiclcj + t t ii Over 200000000 IRepresented I Everypne who knows anything about insurance know j 1 they are loaders in this line 1 WILL GIVE THIS BEAUTIFULPIQTURTbanarraonataTaryDo tcfflaan alntonwbowrlteiwlllitU Kli caUad rralti aa4 Flowm TBarlektnltaanlI I I oubaeuptbwatbdrwddrfumTh I INUIt SALESMEN WANTEDTo look our interest in Powell adjacent conuties Silary Comm1s ion Address Vie tor Oil Company Cleveland arc to writ from your pooofllca and adIwritbwestan will cort TOO Imillantakyoueor pact pea to wad oao cant of moot am to tlrtpletan and aik of yoor ouli for Wlnrthht 49 oata1amm orlylaalwyotidrlld6roe will ka tha ooa to profll by It Kannibar do aolapadya to s4 w oe cent of moyr ball act sib you to do lol of work for ma and tha plclun will posh 1plaallIton4t10 IJENTL IwWnramocbtortbdlmWatOuerd wl0ase trill luwp lb Aanc will tnut you abw lately to do bit towt tow and you will U tbo41wblcby sew oyadmtlMmtnt and aikorjha plctara ylat u4 writ AT un Lr H awiUuc prset worth Ma which will pro lul H8LHAN ta after and or Time 0 e r1 4 s II tolnr mod M 10 U worth n 1 I a I It I 1 know I I a 1 I oa b LOST In Clay City Saturday Janua ry 12 a Brooch Pin set in Opal and Pearls Finderreturn to Red I River Hotel and receive reward V c WrJr 4 r + rr- u r t t 7 t Y f rIETIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JAN 81 1007 LOCAL BREVITIES L A good deal of meat has been spoiled through thb country du ing the recent warm weather Mrs Geo W Vaughn and children of Newport Ky are visiting Mrs Vaughns parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilson Jas L Wilson wifeandjdaugh tec of Lexington returned to their home Sunday after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs E N Wit sun H F Hillenraeyer the lead ing Kentucky authority on fruit matters assures us that the cold spell has not injured the = fruit crop Brodhead r Garrett Company in order to keep up with their growing lumber trade find It necessary to run their mills full dayIThe cold weather of tho past week has been the coldest of the winter The thermometer fell slightly below zero on Monday morning IrThe infant child of Mr and Mrs Hays Devary of Trap Co Clark county died the 15th inst VI Mrs Devary is a sister to Mrs J E Niblack of this cjty John Day and P Y Drake have each contributed a number pfMogs to be used in the construction of the Kentucky Building at the Jamestown Exhibition i J Crews Rash is mending the National Lumber Convention at Memphis Tonn as represen tativo of the BrodheadGarrett Company this city I Our offer to give tho TIMER and the Memphis News Scimitar two weekly newspapers one year for only 50 cents will not last long So send in your money at once Remember though all arrearages t to this paper must first be pajd The snow which fell Friday has been of great value to the wheat The previous warm wea ther had cauged the wheat to grow considerable and become very teliderA hard freeze would have been hard on the growing crop after so much warm weather Jeptha Walters Acquitted Jeptha Wajters a former jes ident of this place who a few week ago shpt and killed a man jp Lexington by the name of Hannah had his trial there last week and was acquitted of the charge on the ground of accidental shooting While living here where he was raised Walters was known as a peaceable quiet and jovial good fellow His many friends here will be glad to loarn that he was aquitted The Right Namer Mr August Sherpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Mad ison Ia says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named j they act more agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed to cure biliousness and constipation 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store 1 Runs Bluff With Dynamite Circuit Judge Allie Young I Lead Others Follow In order to make room for fresh stock dai c zlycoming in and to give you One Hun dred cents worth for every dol 1 lar spentwith me I WIllsell 1 until further notce Perfection Mansfields Best Purity and Pearl i flour 00 cte per suck 100 lb lots 2 35 Shipstuff per hundred 81 30 500 lb lots 1 28 Crushed Corn MOO Meal per bushel t 70 Granulated Sugar 61cts per lb Lenox three cakes for 10 cts Fluke Hominyi 4c per lb Canned Oc per can Arbuckles Coffee 18 cts per package Navy Beans f4cper jb I JliPure Maple Syrup r 40cts per qt + Ilic can Corn r v5 1 12J etc j j V+ J 10II p J I 20c Tomatoes Superior QuiUfty r X15 15t 121I 30 Years a 2bv 20 U Hi 25 PeapheB 18 Pie Peaches 11 Boston Baked Beans n HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID For Eggs Poultry Butter Hides Furs wFeathers Rubber Beeswax arid Tallow GEO W ANDERSON JR Originator of Low Prices r l ndvtho Montgomery County grand jury in session at Mt Sterling lasts ceTc were making it too hotyfbr the offenders of the law soa small dynamite was on the court house door thoughtitviolators whose motive was to intimidate the court and stop such rigid proceedings against the law breakers Hew to Cure chilblains To enjoy freedom from chil blains writes John Kemp Exist Otisfleld Me IIapply Bucklens Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent re suits Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin discs ses 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store The Memphis News Scimitar free to all our subscribers who pays 60 cents for thq TIMES one year in advancer Ground Hog Day Saturday Februaryi2 will be GroundHog Day theday when the ground hog is said to first appear in the Spring and accord ing to the old saying if the sun shines that day serves as a warning to Mr ground hog that we will have forty more days of winter so he goes back into his hole and waits for the winter days to pass over Wise Counsel from the South I want to give some valuable advice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blankenship of Beck Tenn I have proved to an ab solute certainty that Electric Bit ters will positively cure thisdis tressing condition The first bot tie gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so completely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy II Soldunder guarantee at Swann Day Lumber Co s store Price 50c Dress Maklhg Miss Kate Hutchinson ia now preparedno do all kinds of dress makingand sewing Located in the Red River Hotel Milton Willet and Gjp Hos kinp young boys at Owensboro were drowned Monday while skating on i pond the ice sud denly giving way beneath them Cured of Lung Trouble It is now eleven years since I hada narrow escape from consumption writes C Q Floyd a lead ing business man of Kerehnw SC I had rundown in weight to I3o pounds and coughing was con stant both by day and by night Finally began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and continued this fora about six months when my cough arid lung trouble were entire ly gonennd 1wus restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every yuan Guaranteed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store 60c and JlOO Trial bottle free New Watchmaker r P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing ofall kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Asinine Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed rIIEIrt Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H VITIIEISPOO Pies Capitd Stock 200000 Surplus 2Q030 vVe solicit the accdufus of indi vid oals firasand corporations 848 Oy r 1 cII m i w Its to Yourv Interest 1 To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you donthave to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Haancss Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goodsv We will appreciate your trade and take n exchange for 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 AIE BARNETT It 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 he- reSwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky I WILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTICLES OF1 I IiAM iV G p P 1 1Tsacsiuiusc RIE af51 I I VRIQMYARM 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 andall Railroad Men I A trial will convln eyou there Is no other soap like It 2 sizes Scand IOc Manufacturod by IOWA SOAP COMPANY Burlington Iowa Clay City has Several That man must have some a place where ho and his fellows may congregate for recreation 1andbusiness cares may be cast aside 1foran evening of pleasure nn 1 divertisement take their place is a recognized fact The lodge offers one of the best solutions of this question as is evi denced by the many orders that have sprung up in this country within the lost decade Besides these are the numerous older and grander orders all of which have in their rituals teachings that have been important factors ii the educational and moral development I of the people Olay Oity has four fine order- j all in a most nourishing condition i all are deserving and will i we trust live long and continu- in the good they have alread begun WINE x OF r The DodgingPeriod given to change of life Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering which can however be by taking a r I I I I CARDUI Womans Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nerve ousness irritability mJserablen fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc throughthis yourlifeYou can get it at all druggists In tlOO bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes Virginia RobsonofEast on Aid until I took which cured me to quickly It surprised my doctor who didnt know Lwaa taking l- t1JITaa L Trees PlantsI Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etcI is now ready onapplication We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter H F Hil eivnveyer Sons LEXINGTON ET Black Creek Lime Worksa RS NOEL Proprietor CLAYCITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consume at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or soil at the kilns O2t Lime 65 cents per barrel at tht ClaJjfR M D fPHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY KY BLITTLEPAOE M DIPHYSICIAN AND GUY OITV KY IBRSMITH M D 41 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY t t 6- Y j S- rI a a H Sleeping His Lifo Away In Adnir county Hershel Qri der has been asleep continually for fourteen years He is 30 years old Many physicians have examined him and tried to find lout what was the mutter with hint but can find no cause forhis condition and can only Jet him sleep his lifoalray He is thin and isgrlldullIywJstingaway al though he eats without opening his eyes Ho lies on Kiff bed and to all appearance purpose and and intents is dead being pale as if he were dead w iSolving the Race Question That idea suggested by Presi dent Roosevelt that all thin negro thesa one Times has never thought the ne gro was fit for soldiers but this solvedysoldiers of all negroes and send them to the and la ileJliIU11J encouraged in thisExT- hequestion of who will preside at the trial of the Caleb Powers case which is to be call Jed next week at Georgetown is exciting much interest among those connected with the case Judge Robbins who was appointed to try the case probably will resign A special term will be called for thin trial Oscar Bramlett a seventeen 221iwears a and trousers 40 inches in the leg Ho expects to reach 7 feet and 8 inches before ho stops growing Nearly 100 miners were en tombed Tuesday by an explosion in the Stuart mines in Fayette county W Va Rescue parties are at work Qur sleigh riding time this winter has been very short and now we predict more rain in the next few days esMrs Emily Grow is still very sickWe expect a wedding here soonWill Olem had a working last weekclearing land Andrew Crow has his shop completed and is at work Samuel Embs bought of Ab Wiseman of White Oak one yearling filly for 75 00 cash Samuel Puckett deputy sheriff was here last week and advertised some land to sell for taxes DNWitt of Witt Springs was married to Miss Oallie Bryant of Cobb Hill Saturday Dec 10th John W Tuttle sold to Pleas McIntosh the Frank McIntosh farm on Dry ridge for 160 00 cash Mrs Vienna Curtis returned to her home last week after several days visit to relatives at this placeD N Witt of Sand Hill had a sale Qf his personal propft last Saturday and will shortly move to Cob Hill to live Bro Gardner failed to get to Kimbrell last Sunday The weather being so bad but few were disappointed A fulllingcakes candies and fruits at Andersons Grocery 1 fPhotograph Jallcry for Sale One Portable Gallery Ur Cam eras and every thing necessary Good trade eslabljslitd No gallery in 18 rnil enlarge territory Prices from 60 10 lOi doz My health only reasoirforBelling Call on or write J W Henry Clav City Ky Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifies Free If your blood is impifre thin I dieenserl hot or full of humors if you have bood poison cancer I carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scnhbypmplBkin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin dippnso take Botanic Blood Balm IL B B Soon all Rons heal aches and pains arid the blood is made pure intirich Druggists or by express 81 per largo bottle Sample free by writ ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepeuated cases as it cures after all else fails I 35C cONSUMPTION EOcSIOO If sneer T3 will scud on free a trial eonntfof Tabs end Tied Hot Salve whlcb jpeodily cure every curable case or R23EUiJJAYj5M stomachRheumatto ouborLInaedInflammation of the UtulJcr Congestion of beueatloulDackllChcall the are Interwoven with LUmbago Tryd50CD Box To the first Inquiry In yon yioiuity dayssamplewe ULLTRUTJIlENlIf you desire relief send at oiice we take giftWrltetodav HARRIS HEDfSgE C91 Cwntofr rt To All of ourI Price of one TIMES your lead and The Farm FREEALt enn News Scim I for SOc to all new subscribers and all old I renew at once Time is limited so 00 FOR WORD ONE f Name the Missing Word The Farmers News Scimitar offers 25000 for one word I gar tain en delected from a sentence The sentence Is n work by a wellknown author and lies been extensively ad vertised and sold throughout the country Tim book is under info overwhero it wjllbe held nutiLthe close of the contest when it wljl bo opened and tho word juado known to all of our renders The con test opened November 23 1000 and will close Mardi 31 1007 This is the interesting sentence What Is the missing Word You Shall Not With Me CONDITIONSEachanswer to supply the missing word must be accompanied by 21 cents for 12 months Bubsciptiori to tho Farmers News Scimitar Both remittance and answer be sent in same simply form of words however is necessary 25 cents pays ono years subscription and one answer COcenta for two years and two answers 75 cents for three years ijnd three answers i 100 for four years und five answers Should tho word fog correctly named more one the prize will be equally djvided among the correct words received Tine Farmers Nws Scimitar is acknowledged front all sources to be the best farmers weekly in the South sql has a circulation ofo vor 100000 each week Just tbink what for 23 centsS to 12 pains C2tlmes a yeara paper that is indispensable to every farmer should be in every Southern home Liberal commission to agenjs besides 250 00 in cash prizes also a gold wntch each month to time person sending the largest number of subscriptions Sample copies and agents terms on pplicatiou Send your subscrilJtiOllt day remit y money order or registered let ter to Farmers News Scimitar Memphis Tenn r FOR ThrGreal Indian Herb Tea CALOQUINE Tones a sluggish liver and rundown system removes nil impurities and secretions restores lost ap petite and youthful complexion cures all diseases of the kidneys liver and bowels purifies the blood SOLD UNDER POSITIVE fiUARINTEE If taken according to directions it will put on the road to health and a life worth the living Its natures own remedy composed of roots herbs etc Price 50 cents Sold by KILLTH COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew Price Frog Trial Surest and Uickoot Oure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LEO or KONEY1JACXt 4 4 Y Jntlne above Rheum of JUiiME T1JEl8Jl1El 4Iclae must than time and II ONLY 400 Farm For Sale 107 acres 3 miles from Glay City on Alt Sterling rood The place t has on it GoO apple and 500 peach trees and some poire plums cher ries grapes and other fruits nil now beginning to hear The orchard is on a north hillside and rarely fails to bear fruit Good dwelling four neverfniling springs land eni table for grass and yields 8 and 10 bar rels of corn rer acre On this farm is located tile noted Black Creek Limo Works withj len tyof material and fueVon thefnrm Will be sold on reagrinnMn terms Apply to R SNOEL Clay City Kv The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Beptthe Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle u full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair otkaSpeclnJty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Lexington EasternRy Effective Nov 18 1906 No 2 IEASTDOUNfI m ex Sun No4 ally 1A 11 Lv Lexington 223 i85- t Winchester 810 alB II LcEJunction f25 820 Olny City 400002r i II tantonp 254l0 OOIQ 4 anipton JiincY440 O II Natural Bridge 4 41 P Torrent 47 OZ6 Beattyville3unc518 IQlt 0 KJUI1Ct6IO 11 fi Ar Jackson815 1120 I WESTBOUNDStations No8 Dally P sc llDalex8Lv Jackson 220 610 0 K Junct 2 25 015 11 BeattyvilIeJuna320 v7 07 t Torrent 841 730 4 Natural Bridge 311 40 Oampton Juno 857 4i ts Stanton 1420 815 Clew City 435 825 LCEJunctionbO7 858 Winchester If20 012 ArLoxington 005 055 CONNECTIONS L J3 Junction Traits Nos 1 and 8 connec with GO for MtSter Jing Oampton Junction All trains con n ct with tho Mountain Central for Cnmpton Trains Nos Band 4 will mako con noeth not Beattyville Junction with LA Unihvav for passengers to and from Beattyville 0th K Junction Trains 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