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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 0J I x lu THE CLAY CITY TIMES 1M i 50 tents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the SorroondiDg Country and Ourselves T E Burgher Publisher VOL XlrOLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 J90T NO6 Sacpafice Sale form the next 3O days beggnning with Wednesday Jan 2 We put on sale all our hats at greatly reduced prices Lot 1 50c ljfindsold as highas 4 1 75 each Lot 2 98C Great Bargains Lot 3 148 Good Styles 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 Dressmaking in Connection Mrs W N Bush As Time Passes- It briIigsMoney SavingOpport- unities Of course there are some who have put off buying something they really need If it happens to be an Overcoat Ladies Cloak or anything in A Millinery it is only better for you You can save big money- on these articles by coming to my gore for them They have been marked down to COST as we in tend to close them all out before Spring Our sleek of other goods is up to the standard and we will take pleasure in supplying your needs yyMpyyyWWWWMW4WhNwW4iM44WWWWWMMWMWWWwM1N SHIMFESSELS Department Store I RELIANCE MFG doWinchester ky a We MaQUfacture SashFlooringdoors Blinds Weatherboarding Yarandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Frontsr We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintc Roofing and Etc Sendus Your estf nafe I t t1rrompt Shipment 4tft f v V V C S F1 i M A J rj k It- i w4v i A NEW BRIDGE Fiscal Court Meets and call for bids to construct Bridge at Rosslyn The Fiscal Court was called in extra session Tuesday of this week to consider the changing of the river ford at Rosslyn or the fixing the present ford which has washed out so travel can no longer get over the river there When the court convened every member of the court favored the construction of an iron bridge at that point So an order was made to have same constructed at once and calling forbids from the different bridge compaines The court will meet again Friday Feb 15 and award contract for the building of the bridge if the bids or anyone of them prove ac ceptable to the court This is a wise step taken by the court and one that will meet with the approval of nearly every citizen in the county When any considerble money has to be spent on improving the river crossing stop all further expens es by building iron bridges like in this case Will Purchase Grounds The Board of Directors of the Bluegrass Fair at Lexington have elected the following offi cers for the enduing year J L Watkins Lexington President J W Newman Versailles 1st Vice President Abram Renick Winchester 2nd Vice l rcsidentI Jouett Shouse retaryThe Association will endeavor to secure permanent grounds for the Fair There is at Lexington the oldest and most historic race course in America the famous Kentucky Association track owned by the estate of the late Sam uel S Brown Under the rul ings of the Pennsylvania courts this track must be sold and a committee from the Directors of i Dollars F Count Past i When You Spend Them IF YOU SPEND THEM HERE they wont count so fast Our stock Is replete WIth everything for the table and household We handle the best in quality of eve erything and the price on these goods make themlook cheap but 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 heroIiJ B BATONS j Leader in Low Prices the Bluegrass Fair Association bestfto to secure it The grounds are very valu putintoin improvements very close to 200000 but it is uuderstood that the Secretary of the Blue Grass Fair Association has been able to make arrangements with his estate whereby that Associa tion can purchase them at less than half the cost to Oapt Brown They will form the basis of an ideal plant for the Blue Grass Fair and though requiring some additions for the purposes of a fair with these additions they would probably offer the best particular The McOumber Pension Bill has been favorably reported to providesthat President mayhaveveterans over 70 years old may have 15 per veterans given20per See of f nrf200 a cres for sale at a bargain in this issue This is desirable land and meet with sale This land sold to an and will bo sold as advertised at a bargain F who has been visiting relatives at Clinton Md for the past few has returned and at George Maxwell a leading business man of Rosslyn was in the city Tuesday For a delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs at the now 5 and 15 cents TAX SALEBy of Tax in my hands for taxes due the State of Ken and county of I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 4th Day of igo7 at the Court House door in Ky yearlJ09as will said taxes penalty and costs Name Prect No Acres Adjoins Tax 20Delilah92GeorgiaDr R B 5II II 3 56 UJohn7SGeorge 27I14WJeff 5 Hevis 4 40 iGJLevi Anderson 3 GO John Myers 480 A Z Spencer 3 1 Josh 5 40 Sid 3 B Steve G 50 J P 3 200 Alvin lIon G 22 Matilda 3 216 Ben Roy 10 81 Alex Fox Sr 2 400 John 11 01 Wm 2 200 Tilford 10 Gl Dan 2 Town lot Stanton 4 28 07MinnieB 2 50 Toe Johnson 5 32 83SamPride McIntosh 2 50 McTntosh 4 01 871ChrIstianaJ W 2 B Joe Johnson 4 27 A D Rogers 2 25 John Ames 3 81 J M 2 20 Johnson 3 99 F G Cole 2 80 Sam Brandenburg 4 GG Gale 5 B JB 512 J Mr KENNON S P C ESTABLISHED 1890 The Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 0300 00 This Bank is pleased to at the disposal f its customers the facilities during SIXTEEN of continuous and growth Accounts of corporations firms and individuals solicited Guar anteeing prompt and treatment We pay 3 on deposits in our SAVINGS DEPART MENToompoundedsemlannually Accounts may be with as small as One OFFIORna M H COURTNEY CHAS SCOTT Vice lies A T WHITT Cashier month notice should ready is being settle estate James Clark months located Indian Fields Manna grocery virtue warrants tacky Powell nARCH Stanton satisfy interest Combs Russell Russell Dehart Bowen Dehart Martin Miller Jackson Tharp Abney Milton H Forkner Andy Morton Powell Hugh Martin Patton FUND place gained YEARS service liberal interest started amounts Dollar DIBECTOKB M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX- J D ATKINSON- A T WHITT SPOUT SPRING lytoseDlcIiilincyttcnsin Olark county dew days this week on business Geprgo W Lewis of Pilo t View was here Friday and Sat yrdtiy on a business mission V Elder George W Mclntbh o culled the stand at the Rap tlejtJ both Saturdiiy and SuadayMr and Mrs Johnson ot Mnntasm iVxis nro vision Kentucky relatives Mrs John son is a daughter of Qeojgo R Daughetee formerly of this place The Janus Franklin jMcKinney heirs of this place have sold 220 acres of land on the IlucUerville pike two niles this side of Win chester to a Miss Timberlake of Clark county for 0100 per acre cash STATE OK 0 CITY OK TOLEDO j g s LUCAS COUNTY Frank J Cheney makes oath that liu is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney tC Co doing business in the City of Toledo County find State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sura of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every ease of Catarrh thud cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Swotn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December loA cD 1880 GLEASPNl Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally anti acts directly on the blood nnd mucus surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for con sti tttioneOur oiler to give the TIJIES and the Memphis NewaScimitar two weekly newspapers one year for only 50 cents will not last long So send inyour money at once Remember though all arrearages to this paper must bo paid Start the New Year right by buy ing your groceries at Aandersons Cut Hate Crocery a Farm of 206 Acres For Sale at a Bargain WELL IMPROVED Two miles from Winchester on Buckerville pike Has three houses and Is susceptible of division If not sold soon will be rented to good purty For information apply to- W G PATKICK Kimbrell ICy o r to the undersigned Winchester Ky R F D No G G W LEWIS IrSALLo IDIs a if- Cure A WONDERFULDISCOVERY Wo guarantee that this prepar ation will clean the scalp of all Dandruff All wo ask la that you whoaro affected with dand ruff purchase ono bottle and Try ItjIt Is also a splendid dressing perfectly and very desire stronghealthy FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS SALLA ROSA MFG COMPANY Hancock Mich If drnroltt doe not have It tend one dollar direct to us and we will scud you a bottle prepaid t I i N aw 1 THE TIMES TUIILISUKD EVEKYTIIUnSDAY JE liurrjher Iulillshen Subscription Rates SO Ccntsper sear in ai vance otherwise li fonts J I Entered as secondclass mall matter Ihiirsday 4Fih 7 1907 tCLtIt RATES For time convenience of our sub lIcri here we have arranged clul rotes with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and- Courier Journnl X100 II CincinnatiEnquirer 110 t Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 The Kentucky Building Before the middle of Februa ry it is expected that all logs and timber to be uscdin the con struction of tho Fort of Boones boro Kentuckys State Building at the Jsmestown Exposition will have been shipped The Building will bo completed in ample time for the openingof the Exposition on April 20 Ship ment will be made from various points in Kentucky over time 0 S 0 Railway and nine or ten cars will be needed to transport the material Two carloads of logs will be shipped from Christian County and one or more cars each from Warren McLean Breathitt Qraysotij Wolfe Pilie Johnson and Powell counties In addi tion to the logs rough handmade shingles or clapboards for the cabin roofs and strips for the stockade will be sent from this State Mr Chits E Doge of Frankfort is Director of State Building Construction on time Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission lie has arranged with a contractor at Newport News who is fanliliar wjth the construction of rustic bungalows and similar buildjngs to erect the modern Fort of Boonesboro The Fort will be patterned af ter the original structttr erected by Daniel Boone within present bounds of Madison county It will be 350 feet long and 75 feet wide facing on time beach of Hampton Roads The main en tnyico to the stockade will be but a few paces from the ocean waters Four block houses or cabins will mark the four corners of the stockade each of these cabins being two stories high Two center cabins connected by a piazza and each twenty feet square will furnish the mmmiii pad vilion for the Foot Two other cabins will bo located neartho center of the rear stockade As has been previously report ed the site for Kentuckys Build tug is declared by Exposition officials and others to bo the hand somest at the Worlds Fair The building will bo on the of a beautiful pine groyo of 500 trees some of the trees growing from withiji the stockade A flagstail 75 to 100 feet high will bo raised itrfront oT the main cabins In addition to furnishing the Blue Grass State with tho most ExpositiollI will bo a splendid exhibit of Kentucky forestry Col M II Grump of Bowling Green Direc tor of Forestry Exhibits for tho Kentucky Commission has deem voted much time anti attention Hoboinl Appropriate inscriptions u will bi rrtatloo the names of1por i- od y r I w sons and firms furnishing thejogs and of the counties in which time timber was grown J Ice Pays Coal Dill Now that winter is hero with its cold most persons in the North look upon it as a season which they will bo glad to see pussz season of expense for fuel with few compensations- One man whom I know however mnkes tho cold a source of direct profit Ho stores ice and sells it during the hot weather clearing all expenses and netting a neat sum which more than pays Ills coal hill An ice harvesting outfit need not cost much money but tho owner must bo willing to work and must know how Ice mny be stored successfully in Sid buildings even though it has poor roofsAll that is really essential is good drainage for the melted ice and free circulation of air above The ice stored together with a jacket of some insulating mate rial preferably sawdust be cause it is cheap and easy to ob taut and handle x The ideal place for an icehouse is in a denselyshaded spot on the north bank of a pond near the water so that the ice may be byhorseroUghboardtight lining to hold sawdust will do The ice should be packed upon twelve or fourteen inches of sawdust and spaced six to eight inches front time walls on all sides As the ice goes in the sawdust must be trampled hard anti keep level Twelve to fifteen inches of saw dust must cover the ice at lust and be always keptupon it not not a greater depth than this Frequently during third and warm weather tho sawdust must be rammed sllvtyonnd tho side of the ice and trampled down 0 A fooli sir person will ask more questions than a wise can answer and also he tvilianswer more questions than a wiseMiiuif will Notice to Farmers The Farmers News Scimitar Memphis Tenn the Souths best farm paper has a circulation of over 100000 each week nnd is in dispensable to every farmer and should bo ip every Southern home Every member of the Farmers Union should bo a subscriber Lib eral commission to agents besides 8350 00 cash prizes and a gold watch each month to the largest club raiser also 8250 00 jjivenn way in a missing word contest A postal card with your name nnd address will bring purtienliiri Ad dress Farmers News Scimitar I Memphis vrenn llJ WQqJttiiJ1PUjllliP VLL1iftJW 9 I 1110 of 9onICuazintcodw I All repairs done quickly l abuyo ground 11 JIluncerforroraj oft I LOOK FOR TAOL D PUMP WAR TOY materialExtrapreventtreezlngltubberva changeable Bohl by dealer everywhere OO1Tthem ItcoattooWILLIAMS PUMP CO atIndIanapolis Ind r J Reduction Sale of MILLINERYI WII have had a very satisfactory business in this line and are thank ful to our patrons for their liberal patronage I and we have a few things left in Readytowear and Trimmed Hats i that we will close out AT COST t The above will include everything in MILLINERY Goods v c Mrs JWWi11iansCla The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls v C And Flakiest Biscuit ao 4 1 iAro I rmloWlieH YouTJuo i 1f Pearl and Bakers Pride Flouft tTake No Other Every Sack Guaranteed j tMANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLRS KY i r Soljl by our Lending Merchants J 1 INSURES WITH f F A LYON SONt Agentkt j OVer200OOOPOort+ I fe yl Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line ti WILL GIVE THIS BEAUTIFUL POruRTO OD porlOD a7fII Tb Srrt ODe who nrilM will ol It Itlrailed hul4eedrlorenTLrmebfruit tn I IultapecttemnhdrweperfumeThe iI ALESMEN WANPEDTo look after Our interest in Powell nuLl 1 ndjncont counties STInryor 6ofnmission Addre88Ihe Vi tor OH Coinputiy Cleveland 0 1 yifUlMt tit v aw Mx vw t 0 I M to writ tram joar tmVnd I duyladMlhonGhnwriu la mi on li til II MUYlyou I will uo1a yuinor jh7ou R 5eenuIaaodylaalwloladrrubra4you win U th OM to profit tj It Ram b now b do DOlk1piIwlllrbr Ia lmtthaltbt9nt ionTOT IM will jump at lb thane I win trait you 110dolhli fiwr for mnd I know you win b1 leubodpldureIad J1 LOST t In Clny City Smufdny Tilnua a ry Un Brooch Tnst Ji Opttl undPoarls Finder return to Reel River Hotel and receive rewiird r r P H1II J t r f xr + r t A tt k e- V 1 i y- jZj rW- Y F h 6THE TIMES fy t C ti AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JAN 81 1007 LOOAL BREVITIES Mrs J H Eaton has a severe attack of grip Geo W Lewis of Pilot View was here Friday on businessI Miss Lizzie Elkin of Sams isI visiting her sister Mrs J E I Niblack Miss Myrtle Johnstoe is visit f ing her brother Leonard Johns ton at Yale Bath county J A Roberts the merchant and tie man of West Bend was in the city Monday transacting business t Glenmore Wilson returned Sat urdad from a visit to Mrs E B J McGlone at Olay City More he Mountaineer Mrs J E Niblack was in Win chester Saturday to consult a specialist While she is If much better she is yet far from being wellA 1 Powell county farmer figur c ed it out one rainy day that he had walked 800 miles in cultivating i one acre of corn He there upon sold his farm and moved to tqwn where he walked 600 miles td u job isJI often get many Valentines and madII scription to the TIMES s Attorney J H OJRear is con fined to his home with the grip George Littlepage has been employed by G W Anderson as chief clerk and salesman in his grocery George is quite handy behind the counter and promises to become a merchant of distinc tion himself in late years From Ballentine Miss comes the report that ames Blackburn formerly of this county was shot and killed there last week by Ellsberry Pitts formerly of Men efeo county The remains were brought back to Kentucky for interment Answering the call of the comptroller of currency the Olay Oity National Bank has another one of their fine statements Read it and when you wish to put money in a safe conservative institution remember this bank While Powell county has a rich deposit of cement clay at Stan ton and there is going to be u large plant put up in the Spring Menefee county has also found some of the same clay at Roth well and it is claimed that a plant will be put in there in the Spring too Rising from the Grave A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwell of Lucama N 0 relates a most remarkable experience He saysCAfter taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from the grave My trouble is Brights disease in the Mabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me per manently for it has alreadystopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price only 60c I Leadj Others Follow In order to make room for fresh stock dai ly coming in and to give you One Hun dred cents worth for everydol lar spentwith me I willsell until further notce Perfection Mansfields Best Purity and Pearl flour 60 ote per sack 100 lb lots 12 35 per hundred 81 30 500 lb lots 1 28 Crushed Corn 81 00 Meal per bushel 70 Granulated Sugar 6J cts per lb v Lenox SOl p three takes t for 10 cts Flake Hominy s 4c per lb Cannedcc Do per can Arbuckles Coffee 18 cts per package Navy Beans 4operlb Pure Maple Syrup j3 7 40 ota derr qt 15o can Corn 12J eta 10u CI Q 20cTonjatoe8Superipr QualityJv 1 5 15C 1 121 30 Pears l 25 2i f 15 25 Peaches 18 Pie Peaches 11 Boston Baked Beans = D HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID For Eggs Poultry Butter Hides Furs Feathers Rubber Beeswax and Tallow GEO W ANDERSON JR Originator of Low Prices h ti tJ I + 11 t t to 11 Farmers wishing to recover losses for sheep killed or crippled by dogs must have the sheep ap praised and file their claims with the Oounty Judge within twenty four hours after the sheep have been crippled A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valu able lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ink I then began taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the I take them the better I find themThey please everybody Guaranteed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25c The TIMES and the Weekly News Scimitar both one year 50 cents Well he saw his shadow Satur day and we are inclined to think tlC ground hog knew his busi ness from the way the weather has since set in While it was far from being a fair day Satur day the sun came out two or three times for just a little while but enough to forewarn the ground hog of the coming snow and winter weather A party of eleven men explor ed the new cove discovered near eurgetown and failed to reach the limits of any of the eight passages Natural gas was found and two of the party were ale most overcome Hunting for Trouble Ive lived in California 20 years and nm still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores wounds boils cut sprains or a case of piles that Bucklens Arnica Salve wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Alleghpny Sier ra Co No use hunting Mr Wale ters it cures every case Guaran teed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dressmaking and sewing Located in the Red River Hotel Mystery surrounds a house now I being completed near Stanley in Daviess county the owner being a woman Christian Scientis who is eccentric A bushel o Bibles hasbeen sealed in a spac within one of the walls and th purpose for which the house i 6eing constructed is worrying th neighbors Neighbors Got Fooled ell was literally coughing mysel to death and had become too wen to leave my bedand neighbor predicted that I would never leav it alive j but they got fooled fo thanks be to God I was induced t try Dr Kings New Discovery I took just four one dollar bottles t completely cure the cough and re store mo to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncaper of Gro vertown Stark Co Ind Thi King of cough and cold cures an healer of throat and lungs is guar anteed by SwannDay Lumber Co 60o and S100Trial bottle free New Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and Chic repairing of all kinds on roasonabli terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all workan satisfaction guaranteed THE Winehestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITUEBBPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of indivii wale firms andcorpdrations 848- r r T r- l Its to YourI InterestJTo spend your money where it goes the farthestj and you dont have to go far to find that place j Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in j Dry Goods Notione Clothing Hats Shoes Fur j nishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddleryj Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are RightiSo are Our Goods Wo will appreciate your trade and take sn exchange fot 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 A E BARNETT t SON CLAY CITY KY For The Holiday ade Christmas goods including Fine ys and anything to please the pIe top andall will be soldat CES oods now being sold ducedprices and COST n on hand Dont fail to call here Lumber Co Dity Ky VASE ALL PARTICLES OF DIRT AN- DGREASE 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 other soap like It 2 sizes 5cand lOc P COMPANY Burlington Iowa Virden1 0 0 Curtis was nt Olay City Monday on business Tom Larson of Argylc wa visiting friends her Sunday MissSudieOurtis visited friends nt Argyle a few days this week Sol Stanhope bought some hay at Indian Fields at 811 per ton Dr Williams of Olay City was here Monday to see the sick Robert Thacker has rented then L Daniel turUl and will moe- tJ same BIHMI 00 Clemons our clever merchant attended Stanton Monday on legal business Mrs J W McAlister is on sick list this week Her man friends hope for her speedy re covert Beckner Cook formerly o this place but now of Cluy Oity was here Sunday and Sunday school We are having a right smart touchof winter and an eight Bile Poisonhas a very bad effect on your sYs- tem It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all its fearful Ills I Thedfords I I I BlackDraughtIs purifierrt orffiBpoIsofis loused l of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipati6n malaria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness irritability melancholia and all I sickness due to disordered liver It Is not a catha tic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without IrritatingI I Price 25c at all Druggists Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter H F Hil ervmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Black Creek Lime Works RS NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer ut Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City OARg8IRAIRYIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OUAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONICLY OITV Dst PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY a 1- Mr J c yp inch snow fell Monday making it fine for slciglling J W McAlister and do-s Ole mons visited A H Anderson at Indian Fields Sunday and reo ports Mr Anderson improving nicely beenT B Ware and daughter have at Marshfield lift for the past three weeks with the for leers brother Killcs Ware who is down with pneumonia R L Daniel left Saturday with his family fur Uovington where he hits a paying position us sales hopetnew The sale of R L Daniel last attendedyces Two milk cows be fresh in thefOItwo year old heifer for 25 00 Kimbrell Bugle Bill McIntosh was at Irvinfc the first of the week Geo W Lewis of Olark coun ty was here on business last weekF R Davidson and others are putting up a telephone line from Irvine to Sums M B Winburn who moved to Berea a few weeks ago bar moved back to his farm near Iron MoundPleas McIntosh has moved to the Frank McIntosh farm which be recently purchased of John W Tuttle Mr and Mrs Robert Richard visitingMrJohnson Harris the last few daysGeorge Gravett who lives at the Jack Stephens will have a sale of his personal property on the 15th of this month He intends iiuving to Illinois Mnlrried last Thursday at the parentsMrMiss Letha Hichardson to Mr Dock Woods of Fox Ky The bride was 10 and the groom 10 and similar buudjngs to erect the modern Fort of Boonesboro The Fort will be patterned af ter the original structnr erected by Daniel Boone within present bounds of Madison county It will be 150 feet long and 75 feet wide facing on the beach of Hampton Roads The main en tnvice to the stockade will be but a few paces from the ocean waters Four block houses or cabins will mark the four corners of the stockade each of these cabins being two stories high To center cabins connected by a piazza and each twenty feet square will furnish the main pad vilion for the Foot Two other cabins will be located neartho center of the rear stockade As liar been previously report ed the site for Kentuckys Build ing is declared by Exposition officials and others to be the hand somest at the Worlds Fair The building will be on the edgeof a beautiful pine grove of 500 trees sojno of the trees growing from withiji the stockade A flagstaft 75 to 100 feet high will be raised in fronts of the main cabins In addition to furnishing the IiroundsKentucky torestryOol11 RI rump of Bowling Green IJirecl tqr of Forestry Exhibits for the Kentucky Commission has devoted much time and attention aeffiistfjig Commissioner Hoge in securing the logs for the building Appropriate inscriptions iwiUjbe mado oftho names ofipor r Photograph Gallery for Sale One Portabib Gallery Four Cam eras and every thing necessary Good trade established No gallery in 18 miles large territory Prices from 50c to SG perqoz My heilth only reason for selling Call on or write J W Henry Clav City Ky Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if yon have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps I scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood 1 l or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the rIohlDruggists writ1mgB B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails I FREE AH FOR I 35C alt I If you sneer m wilt Bend yon ttto a trialcourse 0rJD tin Tabs and fled lint Salve which poedl1r cure every curable case or RHEUMATISM origInnfammattion all the above are Interwoven with Rheum Lumbago Try a 5OCeai Box of To the tint Inquiry ta you vicinity By this wo do not mean two or three sample wo mean what we say that we will send yon without cost by mall a NULL HARRIS Cirnldf Iowa To AlJofour- Subscribers Two for the Price of one The CITY your leading Eounty Paper and The Farm ors Weekly News Scim itar MemphisTenn Both one year for 50c This unparalleled offer is made to all new subscribers and all old ones who pay up all arrears and renew at oneo Time isilnilted so act at onto 250Name the Missing Word TrIO Farmers News Scimitar offers 250 00 for one word A cer J tain word has been selected twin a sentence Tho sentence is from n work by wellknown English author and lies been extensively advertised and sold throughout the country The book is under safe over where It will the close of the contest when It will be opened and the word outdo known to nil of our renders The con test opened November 22 1000 and will close March 3t 1007 This is the interesting sentence What is the missing word 6oYou Shall Not With Me CONDITIONS Each answer tosupply tho missing word must be accompanied by 25 cents for 12 mouths subsciption to the Farmers News Scimitar Both remittance pad 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News Scimitar Tennr jFOR MEDICmECD CLAY TIMES 00 Memphis TIN Grist Indian HKb T- liCAtoqUIIE 1 M Cal 10 gllll88 wl Tones up p sluggish liver and rundown system removes all impurities and secretions restores lost appetite and youthful complexion cures all diseases of tho kidneys liver and welspurlfics the bloo- dSOLDUlDERIPOSITIEIIUIIIIEE If taken according to directions it will on the road to health and a life worth thoUylng Its natures own remedy composedof roots etc Price 50 cents Sold IANDCURErHELUNCS WITN Dr Kngs New Discover cONSUMPTION Price BOcSlOO Fro Trial urC8t and Quickest Ouro for THROAT and LUNG TEOUB- LBt3orMONEY DAOIr- y r i n- L stomachI heneiUoneDackacho JU7INETAeSFREE days ItIfgiftWrite fWORD II ONLY 400 Farm JFor107 acres 3 miles from ClayCtty OH Mt Stelling road The place has on it 650 apple and 500 peach trees and eomepears plums cherries grapes and other fruits all note beginning to hear The orchard is on n north hillside and rarely fails to bear rultGoot dwelling four neverfailtng springs land suitable for grass and yields 8 and 10 bar rels of corn per acre On this farm is located the noted Black Creek Lime Works with plen ty of material and fuel on the farm Will be sold on reasonable terms Apply to H S NOEL Clay City Kv The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most l reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERA SUPPLIES t Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KT + Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Nov 18 1906 IEASTBOUND in ex No2 Sun No4 DaIlyJy A tI Lv Lexington 22i73SWinchester 810 81jt u tOloyStanton 410 010 u Campion June 440 l3d n 1 Natural Bridge 445 9 42- u Torrentl457 j 4 BeattyvjlleJupc 618 10 01 u 0 K Junct 010 11 Ar JllCkson615 11 el WESTBOUND Stations Daly tc Noil W Dai exSun 1Am 1 Lv Jackson 220 610 i 0 K Junet 2 25 0 15 u HeattyvllleJunc 820 7 O7js U Torrent 841 780 Natural Bridge 851 40 U Omnpton Juno 857 4R1 a Stanton 420 8151i r Oluv alt 435 t L Exjunction 6 107 S581 + 1 Winchester 520 Ar Lexington 005 055 CONNECTIONS L A E Junction Trains Nost1 and 3 conned with 0 0 for Mt Ster ling II Campion Junction All trains cssneat with the Mountain Central for Cnmpton lks 3 and 4 wil rrirl JU1ftlnnrijhIfrdm Beattyvillo 4O K Junction Trains Nosan14 connect with the Q k K fly for local station on that lino 4 IT SAVE9 l 111 MANY DOLLARS 1 illThe greatest Investment tat everyrsanrich qrlPOOr1fJ1o Wens prl te is BOD l pp8 r aoeU JEJTrrsPr s 1 qll1ek leh1 No botherno no well a create envy oreventhe well dressed man costing IUCbU i a few minutes time Nob t olronAUUor would charge twenty i 1 P 1Teos4entontdat arontarttaI 1Lrssb PortlondMminoL TYYRROWICi OOIIrta 0 t M 1 CLLy