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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r w + r w r r k f g r a f a 8IL ThE CLAY CITY TIMES1 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are hue to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher I JVOL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 14 J907 NO7 C J w 7 7 7 7 77 1 7 v 7 V 1I forf j the next 30 days beginning with Wednesday Jan 2 We put on sale all our hats at greatly reduced prices I If Lot 1 50c 1 t l fi KyII j We MaQufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Varandaa Pickets Stairways Shingles and Eto Store Fronts youmind I RfiblAN Winchester MFG ea Weatherboarding We are Headquarters for BuildingPaper Felt Roofing i Flintoid Roofing t and Etc j t Send us Your esHnates Prompt ShipmentsM ij iY1 t f I 1 the Bridge Situation That Powell County will surely build one bridge and possibly two this year now seems assured Acting up6n the order irmde at the special term of the Fiscal Court last week there is more than one bridge company on the ground looking at the sites and estimates of the cost and otherwise getting ready to put in bids Friday when the Fiscal Court meets again to award bids It is thoroughly decided to i huild a bridge at Rosslyn as the ford at this place has been wash ed until it can no longer be us ed and something has to be done there Another point has been suggested to the county accom panied by a proposition of the citizens This point is Walters old ford The citizens here ask the court to appropriate GOO 00 toward a bridge and the citizens say they will raise the remainder of the cost by private subscription The proposition is looked upunby the court most favora bly and it is more than likely that the court will make this or der Friday mid it is thought that if it does make such order Pow- ellj will certainly get two bridges i this year j The last named point being in this end of the county should re ceive the attention of all our people and lend the project real financial aid at the proper time Clay City will especially be ben efitted by the building of this bridge A Real Nice Valentine Mr and Mrs Millard Oarr are rejoicing over the arrival of a bran new girl x which came to their home in this city early this morning Millard is wearing a broad smile and has gone to work with double energy Mr and Mrs Fletcher Bar nett visited relatives on Hard wicks Greek yesterday Mrs Barnett is still with relatives on the Greek I Mrs 0 W Campbell is quite sick at her home in this city threatened with pneumonia Dollars j Count Fast i When You Spend Them S IF YOU SPEND THEM HERE they wont count so fast Our stock Is replete with everything i for the table and household We handle the best In quality of ev erything and the price on these goods make them look cheap but they are not nothing cheap here = but the price Come and Inv=stl gate for yourself It it to your Interest as well as to ours for you to buy here JJ B EATON Leader in Low Prices s rpf r n 0 Returns to Kentucky I G W Powell who left this city last Spring and located at Iruax Ind Ter to reside permanently found that state top unhealthful for both he and his family and like Edward Rose was compelled to return to Ken tucky to regain their health and will in the future be contented with their residence in the grand old State The Reason Why The reason George W Ander son is wearing that broad smile andagreeable grin is because it is a boy and came Monday the 11th to stay permanently The new comer keeps papa posted as to the hour of the night and al ways has him up to business at least one hour earlier than formerly COURTNEY A Good Company AJ E Rankin representing the Champion Bridge Company of Wilmington Ohio is at Stan ton to bid on the bridge or bridges to be built by the county The Champion Bridge Company erected the bridge across the river for this city and the same has given the best of satisfac tion and the company is excep tionally pleasant to do business with Oscar Mackey and family few weeks ago moved to Hub bard City Texas has returned Sickness and unsatisfactory con ditions caused the return Ken tucky good enough for us For delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs the new grocery 5 and 15 cents TAX SALE By virtue of Tax warrants in my hands for taxes due the State of Ken tuoky and county of Powell I or one of my deputies will on Monday the Day of MARCH rpo7 at the Court House door in Stanton Ky sell to the highest and best bidder for Cash to satisfy taxes for the year 1900 the property set opposite each persons name or so much thereof as will satisfy said taxes penalty interest and costs Name Prect No Acres Adjoins Tax Stanhope Heirs 1 200 John Hudson S 5 20 Delilah Fisher 1 100 John Curtis 4 18 91GeorgiaDr R B Combs 5II 3 5Ii WHPatrick 5 20 Patsey Hoskins 074 John Bowles 5 260 John JohnpW S J2 Ross Heirs 5 75 L R 2 78 George Kincnid 0 100 D Daniel 3 78 Wm Townsend 7 250 Smith Ashley C 27 I N Spencer 7 B Wm Powell Jr 3 01 Brods Howarad 3 B Thos Reed 414- IV F Gay 1 40 Thos bruner 3 lit Jeff Russell 5 Russell Heirs 4 4Q Chas Blanton 5 B Broaddus Patton 3 7G J J Chambers 3 259 II Willoughby S 28 Levi Anderson 3 60 John Myers 4 8i A Z Spencer 3 1 Josh Dehart l 40 Sid Bowen 3 B Steve Dehart C 50 J P Martin 3 200 Alvin lion ti 2J Matilda Miller 3 216 Ben Roy 10 81 Alex Fox Sr 2 400 John Jackson 11 01 Wm Tharp 2 200 Til ford Abney 10 Gl Dan Milton 2 Town lot Stanton 4 28 G W Jewell 2 lot Roeslyn 5 07 Minnie Barnes 2 122 Livy French 4 8J II B Forkner 2 50 Joe Johnson 5 3J Sam Billings 2 74 G W Lyle 4 81 Sam McIntosh 2 80 T G Cole 4 SI Pricie 2 50 Andy McIntosh 4 01 C F Tipton 2 75 T G Cole S 71 Christiana Nolan 2 100 Susan Wesson 5 33 J W Morton 2 B Joe Johnson 4 27 A D Rogers 2 25 John Ames 3 81 J M Powell 2 20 Hugh Johnson 109 T G Cole 2 80 Sam Brandenburg 4 GC Cale MartinI 5 B J B Patton 5 12 JM KENNON S P C ESTABLISHED 1800 The Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 850000 00 SURPLUS FUND 80300 00 This Bank is pleased to place at the diapnaalof 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 MENTcompounded semiannually Accounts may be started with as small amounts as One Dollar OFFICKU8 M II President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres Af NVIIITT Cashier P F N- f 4 Y whoa a Manna at I t L DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX J D ATKINSON- A T WHITT r eM t l SPOUT SPRING Fred Tipton was nmoiigMlio Irvine court visitors Monday Several from this pines at tended County Court at e Mondiiy Joe McKinney and his sister Mrs Belle Burgher are down with the grip Dr Littlepnge + viis here Mon 1 day to feetle sick alto are i thought to be improving Mr and Mrs Levi aburtisU are rojoiiinjrover the arrival of ii new son ++ hielielicits to their place Tuesday February IStliTheCottage Furnace property belonging to the Joel McKinney heirs wag sold nt Commissioners sale at Irvine Monday to S M f Mapel for 4950 00 In this tract there is 0500 nerds partly timbered 4 i STATE OK O CITY OF TOLEDO l lOs LUCAS COUNTY + Frank J Cheney makes oath that- hei5aeniorpartoer of the firm of F Jf Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State jaforeeiiid and that said firm will pay the stun of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Cutiirrh that cunhot bo cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subsorib l ed in mypreseiice this 6th day of December A D 1886 S1A W GLEASOX NOTAUY PUBLIC Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in Aternttlly andaets directly on the i blood and mucous surfaces uthe system Send for testimonials free FyJdiiESEY A cifTgl do O Sold hall qruggiste75tit TiYk Hulls Family Pills for con stijwtion j Our offer to give the TIMKS and the Memphis News Scimitar two weekly newspapers one year for only 00 cents will not last long So send in your money nt once Remember though all arrearages to this paper must be paid Start the New Year right by buy ing your groceries at Aandersons Out Rate 9rocervI Farm of 206 Acres For Sale at a Bargain WELL IMPROVED Two miles from Winchester on Ruckerville pike Has three houses nnd is susceptible of division If not sold soon will be rented to good tHirty For information apply to- W G PATRICK Kimbrell Kyor to the undersigned Winchester Ky R F D No6 i G W LE WIS i SALLAR is a new I Dandruff Om A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY We guarantee that this prepar ation wilt clean the scalp of all DandrufL All we ask Is that you who arc affected with dand ruff purchase one bottle and Try Ifs It is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean and very desir stronghealthy FOR SALE BY DauccuTS 8ALLA ROSA MFG COMPANY Hancock Mich If jaar finest doe not have It send ono dollar direct tous and we will tend 1 you a bottle prepaid waaatwaw tHE TIME 1UlirISIIKl EVEUV TUUliSDAY c A J E liurghcrrrublisher Sntscriplion Rates 50 Cents jeYyear ip ad ant othfrwise 75 Cents j Entered us secondcltVss mall matter Thursday Feb 14 itfor CbtfB RAZES For the convenience of ourub scribers we have club faitea pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 It Enquirer 110 e Louisville Commercial 75 11 Home and Farm 76 The Apple Crop The apple crop of the United States was figured at 80000000 barrels last year But you will not suspect it if you go to the market to buy a peck There were several hundred bushels of as fine apples us we ever saw grown and marketed in Powell county last year but the supply has been exhausted good while ago and we are now paying high prices for them The orchards of Powell coun ty shoul be doubled Kn times over thisspring AYjeKhavo an ideal county for fruit and vegetables and the chief occupation of our people should be in their production Remember an acre of land planted in orchard gill Powell will yield a much larger profit than tliat much Bourbon county Jalunri bluegrass Death of Mrs Mary CJ McKinney Mrs llnry McKinney aged CO years died Tuesday Feb 12 1007 at the homo of her daugh ter Mrs Amos Cain Lifter a lingering illness Burial today nt Jacksons Ohapel near Spout SpringDeceased was a widow of tan McKinney who died in Illinois 19 years ago To them were born nine children all of them being dead but three Mrs Jphn V Harris of Kimbrell RtiyMc Kinney and Mrs Amos Gain of this city Mrs McKinney had been n member of the Methodist church for a number of years and was a well belikedJady Thanks Editor Burgher of the Clay Oity TUIES was hero Tuesday in attendance of the special term of Fiscal Court Bro Burgher is a progressive young editor and like a large majority of our coun ty people he warits bridges built over needed points of Red River Powell county and also desires good roads 7Stanton Citizen The beggar on the street may once have had an umbitioixgreat er that yours THE SICK Councilman A R Goosey con tinues very low and there seems to bo but little improvemqntin his condition Clay Brown wlto dine been down for n number of weeksJs not improvipgnndthecnd seems to bo drawingnear f Formpr ov PrestQriH Leslie died at hia home in 33teleni 1 Mont of pneudlonia Mr Iieslie was eiglttyloilit years ldand had the distinction of haying leenGoyqrndrofKentuoiKy anai later of tboTerritoryo Montana OJ The La- stGittPriee SaleI t We have gone through all our depirtriejits and dove marked the Odds anti EunSof Winter Goods at such RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES that surely will sell then very fas- tTake Advantage ofThis Sale Womens Coatsthis spasoiis popular styles in long Beats de sirable colors lOiOO gormeritsYthie sale j 8Ya0 Womens Coats Blacks long coats 8700 garments S4ODI Womens CoatsColors plWomenscoats 000 garments U4taf3 50 Misses CoatsColors long anti short 200 Pairs Men V Slices at money in your pocketprices I Mensl2 00 Slices this sale 125 tt 15vti 300 U 235 u 4 00 ro ti3 u ti 275 250 Pairs WomenisShojs at the following low prices Womens 300Shccs this sale 100 11 200It it II 125 500 Mens Hats will go in this sale 200 Hats will go this sale 0125 250u a u II it t I 175 75II II tl tt lrSU 3 Dozen Mens 1 Suits 1000 Suits this satin 760 750n I J 450 500n to rat 850 400o tt IIi 300 Ladtes Skirts 500 Skirts this stile 350 250a tt c 125 TrunkF Suit Cases = Telescopes Hand Bags in bothleather anti canvas Dress Goods in all grades and prices da y h Mrs J J I lilliamsv I Clay City Ky v New TIe Timber Heretofore the only timLernc ctil tad in this section for railroad ties has been white oak chestnut oak or pigeon oak Now Chris Laflerty tells us he wants 100QQO ties of regulation size cut from black nkred oak sycamore beech hickory sugar maple or gunf Tho ptofor tic ftam this timber ylll be 25c each in flu rlOq ttie pries c te ultrr tiesi TJiese tie are to be pliip to SinrliSy Indtjnput Mft6jg1i an piling process tihlelr- is said t3iahofthelfUS ditiMfle- as this bettor grades of oak v This will bo good newsfo1 large number of people whojawn a lot of timber whieli has here tofore been inthe nature pf an t v It la tD and In it is to or of t of the ferm news of the week Ia published and all asncult ral de velopmentr are iTtn InjdeUU to thb pUblication and tile advice that they give Is beneOctU o every farmer cod rater of lire editorial e contains by men and live stock conditions la AmerIca The editorials are Blw ja written the aim to berfeflt and aulllt the Ametl can and roller of live stock r voted to the Interests of Women live on the tara Thb department la edited and much useful knowledge on the art of cooking and keeping a boose sue ceutnlly meat li of great to orery boy and girl MAGAZINE SEOTIOK In this departmentJ my useful to the housewife r U lifter iu tor ti y JH of Spout transacting Jjusi y ness in the city i Notice to Farmers The News Scimitartr Memphis Tenn tho Souths best farm paper has a oirouValion of over 1100000 each is In dispensablo to every farmer should be in every home Every of the Farmers Upipn8hb1ild lie a bQr FiL- E l1 commission to agents besides J I 825000 cash prizes and a gold tf vray word A postal cardWithi your address will bring dress Farmers News I TEARS 1 of OurPaid in AdvDc Subscribers D YOU KNOW fOODALLS FARMER 1 a largo pogo r illustrated every word interesting theifarmer IWteftock WHAT EVERY ISSUE CONTAINS fii 2ltwsA11 general tlenlturalstoc- kEDITORIAShe articles wboytborougblr understand agricultural Wltb farmer dpartmntentirely who contains Conductedby childrenfromthat Interest azineEdltotpattern Oro week and and f editor and telling of the conditions of crop and stock In their Readers mayben r Y edt themselves greatly by reading these let ters as It them to know Just what fother farmer are doing and what methods are adopting to become successful LIVE STOCK report ottbe market on cattle hoes and sheep Is second only to the Drorer Journal It la reported by the Drovers which Is the recogDlied authority on tbe Cbtcago markets la therefore always reliable and accurate 7 TTOEBE MARKET Hid horse market U r also reported by the Journal and gives a full report of the conditions of tJIebrllItrade both to tbo east a well ain Cottage PEODUCEThe produce market Is re ported bythe Drovers Journal produce ore r Ions rile market W then In detail tralways accurate JIt + i ii who make a study of the grain trade aod who which Is a source ot amusement to lath the old and young BAil subscriptions to Goodair Fanner atop when time expires IN 4 iOUR OFFER Spring- wasyeeterdny aticlubnomaandI Memphisletln encumbranceExToEvery FARMER1EIE SALLS 6mbytheesactConditlone thereIIt your to our paper Is paid CtyourGoodalls Farmer one year to yourself or to some one else u and we ivill A do so without one cent of cost to you It your time is not palp beyond JUly 1 1907 send In your renewal or new and wo will send 1 natoeiIf TtO give or send you one Iititlt t1t1 j r The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls 1 And Flakiest Biscuit kiArc MnclaVWhon You UNO y Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour 1 Take No Every Guaranteed ii MANUFACTURED UYJ A CAIN VERSAILLES SKY f r4 Sold by our j j i INSURE WITH1 A LYON S0NThe JLionrtiiifi Insurance Agfonts of EuHtom liontuolcy I Over 200000060t t Ii t i Represented lEveryone whoknowsanythingabout know t they ure lenders in this line T SALES IENWANbEDJr look our interest PoWeH8nd orrCdmnitssion Address The Vie OilCompanyClevolaad0S Farmers Southern member 8rLslr Iwa mlBing contest po Scimitar twentyfirur raiser vicinity they MARKETTbe Journsl DroyAr pndtaA subscrIption subscription Other Sack leading Merchants F 7 insurance T LOST J In Clay City Saturday Januav t w x712aBrootihPIu tin Opal nriif1earls FinderroturntoRed c Liver Hotel and deceive reward i iKy fl A j os r S I THE TIMES t ft r ALL HOMEMADE pPEi THURSDAY FEB 14 1007 LOCAL BREVITIES John Tipton is moving this week to Sfanton r Ray Burgher is movingirom- VaughnsMill tonear Winchester Born Monday Feb 11 to Mr A and Mrs Wm Smith a daughter Dr Littlepago was called Mon day to see the sick at Spouts pringct vJustica William Davis of Vaughns Mill was in Winchester onIiusiness Monday 3 Everett Wells of Eoqknano t visited relatives near the city the latter part of the week f The ladies of the Methodist church will give a supper for the benefit of the church Feb 22 Mrs Williams has some very interesting reading in her ad space this week Read and see Everett Burgher of near Win chester visited relatives at ti Vaughns Mill a few days this week F Allen Gravett has rented a portion of the Mounts farm from the late D R Mountz estate and tJ has moved to same AP Bush will have a public sale of personal property at Vaughns Mill February 26 See a posters for particulars Our combination of the TIMES and Weekly News Scimitar is going like hot cakes Only a limited number at the price two for one 5Qc per year Every person in Powell county will KG proud of the bridges which now seems certain to be built in the near future These bridges wU be built without any increase pf taxation The snow has about gone way and wo are nowhvfngnice win tcrve tJierThe ground hog is atilt proving his power to prop erly prognosticate the weather in his season and certainly dis counts fill others X 0 Jackson the picture many has sold his property in Stanton and bought a residence inWinchester where he will move in a few weeks He will have a public sale of personal property in Stanton Saturday The Sixth months school sala ry is now in the hands of Supt R A4 Irvin and ready for pay ment The teachers are now required te sign the Superintendents register which must be done befere payment of the last months salary check for which has already been made outy RUIng from the Grave A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwellof Lucama N 0 relates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottles of Electrio Bitters 1 feel like one rising from the grave My trouble is Brights disease in the Diabetes stage I fully believe Electrio Bitters will cure me per manently for it has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price only 60c It I Lead H Others Follow dailyf dred cents worth for every dol lar spentwith me I Willsell until further notce r Perfection Mansflelds Best Purity and Pearl r Sour GO ota per sack 100 lb lots 82 85 Shipstuff per hundred 1 30 600 lb lots 1 28 Crushed Corn 1 00 Meal per bushel r 70 Granulated Sugar 6j cts per lb Lenox Soup three cakes for 10 cts Flake Hominy 4c per lb Canned i Oc per can Arbuckles Coffee 18 cis per package Navy Beans i 4o per lb i Pure Maple Syrup s 40 cts per qt 15c can Corn l 1210t9 10 Ie 20c Tomatoes Superior Quality 5 15 a v tiA r i 12 t 80 Pears s N5 2i 15 25 Peaches 18 Pie Peaches 11 Boston Baked Beans O HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID For Eggs Poultry Butter Sides Furs Feathers Rubber Beeswax and tallow j GEOW ANDERSON JR Originator of Low Prices Nt l t saw J IIeo i M1G t 4 T N Rich has rented and moved tb the Chaflin place on Sixth Avanue A Valuable Lesson Sixyears ago I learned a valu able lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ink I then began taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them the better I find them Thny please everybody Guaranteed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25c The TIMES and the Weekly News Scimitar bothone year 50 cents AMi French representing the Oanton Bridge Company of Canton Ohio was here Tuesday and got the measurmcnts of the river at Walters old Ferry The bridge span should be 100 feet and the piers to clear the high water mark should be 82 feet A bridge here is needed worse than at any point on the river as the channel is so much deeper here The citizens of the neighborhood across the river are very anxious for this bridge and propose raisingsubscription to aid the county in build ing tjtiis Fridge Hunting for Trouble Ive lived in California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores wounds boils cuts sprains or a case of piles that Bucklens Arnica Salve wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Alleghpny Sler ri Co No use hunting Mr Wal ters it cures every case Guaran teed by SwannDay Lumber Cos storeAgree with your wife and you can always have your own way Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress makingand sewing Located in tho Red River Hotel Our space is crowded this week with advertisements but we hope they will not let up a par ticle and trust to only double our advertising matter Then we guess we will have to enlarge our paper to give all the news which we intend to do if it takes a sheet double the present size Our subscription is also growing very satisfactory which too makes an increased sheet more favorableNeighbors dot Fooled I was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bedahd neighbors predicted that I would never leave it alive but they got fooled for thanks be to God I was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery It took just four one dollar bottles to completely cure the cough andre store mota good sound health writes Mrs Eva UncapeY of Gro vertown Stark Co Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs is guaranteed by Swonntiay Lumber Co1 50o and 81 00 TrjnY bottle free 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 THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIERSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200 000- SurpuS20O DO We solfcit the acconnti of inrii vii nabs firms and wrpuiiohs 848 rofP W Its to Your Interest 1i To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have 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 Hanness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and take h 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 AsE BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY For The Holiday- Trade We have the nicest line of Christmas goods induding Fine Candies Fruits Nuts Toys and anything to please the children and grown up people too and all 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 talendars on hand Dont fail to call for one when you are he- reSwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky WILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTICLES OF 18 1R is oruo T- DIRT AN- DCREASE and leave the skin soft and white Superior to all othe- rsaps The Laborers Friend For Mechanics Farmers Painters Printers Plumbers Miners and all Railroad Men A trillWin convtaceyoutherels no other soap like It 2 slzes Scand lOc MktnuftMturetf AyIOWAOAP COMPANY Burlington Iowa 1 HAYES Healing HoneyI- t has no equal for curing COUGHS COLDS- HOARSENESSo and a WHOOPING COUGH Take no other A STRONG TESTIMONIAL I am fit ton old I have Buffered with a tough for forty I have tised nearly every cough remedyon the market I have never used a cough that benefltted me BO much uHAYES HEAUNO HONEY It Is truly a grand medlcin bias W N LEVAN Paducah Kj yourdruggistperfectly satisfied- SHOFFNERHAYSt CO Inc Paducah Kentucky Never say fail Leave that to your friends Stock Profits an be greatly increased by giving spedal care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horsesetc depend on their livers to keep them well BI ckDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well SlackDraught Stock and Pour tfy Medktoels apurer natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver grid bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic DIst- emper Coughs Colds Constlpa tion Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the common stock diseases It Is a perfect medicine for general farm use Try It Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready pn application We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter- H F Hil eivmeyer sons LEXINGTON KY Black Creek Lime Works RS NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Jnslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sellto dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sjllatjthe kgns 92Q Lime J5 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delfyeredin Chiy City I PUOVE88IONAI CARDS dW4 4WWWIJWMV4VAWWN4HIg1444Wb RAInvIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY B LJTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROtY OITV KY BRSMITHM D PHYsIOIAN AND BURGEON t CLAY CITY KY 4- S b a West Bend Mrs J A Roberts who has been quite sick is improving George Wqde nRed dusty yelIFs died Jfiil 1l or old aye Burial at thoJWesLBeha fttiurch yard After a v 1tn i t t 4 MrdheadMr lid James MorAhendliasr returned tp his home in Missouri Mrs S B Eviyrmnri entertained us guests ut IIer lioiue this week Mrs Wnlace Huklo and two childrne of Winchester Kimbrell Born to the wife of Levi Curtis a son Feb 12 R N Brock with J Andrew Cain was here lust Tuesday Will Gusper of Lexington is- visiting D F Blantoti here this weekW H Wiseman and funnily of Qlark county visited John W Tuttle last week Mrs Ann Patrick is visiting her sister Mrs Vienna Curtis who is very sick James Smethers of near Clay City was here last Sunday visit ing his fatherinlaw Har11riJneynt Virden woo is very sick The attendance in the city school continues veryheavy with an increased interest sit the part of the scholars The onrollment in the Principals room is nearly double what it was last year Our city school is now justly recognized as one of the best in Eastern Kentucky and persons desiring for their children ah ideal place to schooj their chil CluyGUyThe patent medicine man al ways helps the man that sells Ins testimonials HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER The VeeCoiiriJoiuhifa1 And THE TIMES Doth one year for only One DollarFew people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Jpur nal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things Jt ia essentially a family paper Bya special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for tfee cojnbina 4 tion to usnotto the Courier Jour nal EXPERIENCE O YEARII I I COPYRISHT C netantesltr t U peonably on =to ItPaUl picbnrwNirsIthoouA +rgan3utbaken i Stkntil HlMrIC A haI4IomelrJ1JlJotratfld weekly lamest icnlatbn of an tvOUao JournaL Terms YeAr fearmontbIl 801eI h7 ewadeelaea Yorkranchulaco 1 Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer GrafestBio Purifier Free If your blood is itSpure thin diseased hot or f nonllllnorsfif you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blao- dBahnnn B Soon all sores heal noises andpains stop and the Blood is made pure and rich Druggists arby express 81 per large bottle Sample free by writ I IAMmfe of IonR- ararafateed I All repairs done quickly above ground IJPlungerlorrcpalrssameas LOOK FOR I atRiXjMa- deof the very best material Extra heavy castings Adjustable preventsfreezlngchangeable Sold dealer eIU1TthemDont buy a cheap pump It costs too much In the end- WILLIAMS PUMP CO 473 Harmon St Indianapolis Ind I FREE IALl FOR Y n Fug Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga BB 13 is especially advised for chronic cases as 1t cures after all else fails Photograph Gallery forS le- One Portable Gallery Four Cam eras nnd everything necessary Good trade established JfoTgallery in 18 miles territory Prices from 50c to 86per duz ijy health only reason for selling Cililtditch write JW Henry Clay City Ky If you suffer wo will send yon iVeo a trial 1I0talveJwhich RHEUMATISM without the heart or stomach Rheumatic Complaints of every 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