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I r TIlE t0LY CITY TIMESj J i ItlA 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to kip Clay CityJbe Surrounding Country and Ourselves I B Burghsr Publisher 1 f 1I VOL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2rt J907 NO iJ Eeieeeeeaee eee j Redact ion of I Prices 1 In order to reduce my stock end make room for Spring Goods 1 will sell during March my en tire stock at a Great Reduction Including Slices Dress Goods S Hosiery Mens aft Boys Hats TrunksSuit Flour Sugar Coffee DishesAll of Best Canned Coeds and other goods too numerous to mention Como and see the goods and 1 will make the prices rightI e e J B EATON oreeeeeereei Mdijufdcture Flooring Vat tidu Pickets Death of Silas M L S M Hamman HammanI home in this city 21st of pneumonia after only a fey days illness Burial at Stanton Saturday funeral services first being conducted at the Stanton Christian church of which pro Hamman was a member by Eld Thos Adams of Lexington Deceased was 86 years old and leaves a wife and ton children Five of his children are now liv- ingE in Indiana and three of them George Hamman Charlie Hamman and Mrs John Spear er of Indiana attended the funeral E Four of liis children liv jog in Kentucky were sick and unable to attend the funeral- S Factorye Stanton is about completed This plant will be of great benefit to the business of stanton and the farmers around the town Olay Oity took this canning factory business up several weeks ago and at one time it looked like we would sure get a factory but suddenly the matter was dropped and it died Wo congratulate Stanton on her enterprise and wish for her the success which the hustler deserves s Time Passes- It t brings MoneySaving Oppo tunities 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 i- nMillinery it is only better for you You can save big money on these articles by coming to my store for them They have been marked down to COSTas we in tend to c1osethemallout before Spring Our stock of other goods is up to the standard and we will take pleasure in supplying your needs NNuhA4 1NJ4JWr4WM rWMNp NNN+ YNNAV wJhMWruNJhLNNNUMrAWW SHIMFESSELS Department Stoic RBblNB MFG- Winchester eO I Ky rWeSash CeilingBlind bhinglesandEtoiDEore WeareheadquartersforB- uilding P perI i Felt Ro FlIntoldRuofiingand 5 r V 1 d l Send us Your elltliafesv y Prompt Shlpiments ijfff id V J f v fi i After Delinquent Taxpayers Marshal A P Johnson will next week advertise a lotof city prdperty for sale for taxes If you are owing tax and wish to evade the payment of cost and penalty you had better pay the amount of tax you owe the city by next Monday for sure if you dont your property will be ad vertised next week and sold Yon can now keep from paying the cost and penalty but you cant keep from paying you tax You must pay them now or la ter Kentucky vs Indian Territory- A Lincoln county man last Spring became infatuated withI tho rapturous stories of the West teeming with prosperity and undeveloped wealth disposed of his Kentucky interests and located in Indian Territory There he purchased a farm and cultivated it to find that its pow ers of production were about half as prolific as the soil of Kentucky and that the markets are much inferior In fact the same grade of corn that is now selling in Kentucky at 60 cents per bushel is a drag on the Indian Territory market at half that amount30c- So this now wiser Kentuckian contends that one acre of good land in this State is worth four in the West and he has the fig ures on it and figures wont lie i Increase Af Pensions Many of the old war veterans are benefitted by the recent pan sion bill which has become a law By this it means that at the next draw day all soldiers of the Mexican and Civil wars between 60 and 70 years will receive no less pension than 12 per month soldiers between 70 and 75 15 per month soldiers over 75 20 monthWe of but three survi vors of the Mexican war Elder N McIntosh Spout Spring J W Jones Union Hall and W At Bellis of this city All of these are of course now on the pension rolls but they have been getting a very inadequate sum Have you got enough orchard Bettor write H F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington for their new catalogue and plant an acre more in fruit this Spring Our land is better adapted to fruit than anything else besides it is so muoh more profitable than othe crops we are now growing one acre of fruit sometimes yield ing as much profit as t nacres in corn Household Goods For Site At my residence in Clay City Twill sell privately the following articles One Steel Range Large Lawji Swing Beds and Bedding Rooking Chairs Chairs Tables Carpets and etc J A WEBB Col EO Park a veteran newspaper lof Irvine spent several days in Clay City the past week Col Park is now writing life and accident policies in one of the best companies in America A full line of cakes candies and fruits at Andersons Grocery Ji it J r w lu Monday is county court day atj Stanton when the Sheriff will sell a lot of land and property for tax Under a new law a deed can be obtained in two years to real estate This will make bidding on tax land more liberal and be the cause of many more sales bfeing consumated ExSheriff T B Ware of Vir- den was in the city Tuesday Mr Ware has just returned from Marshfield Ind where he had gone to visit his brother Killes Ware who was down with a se vere case of pneumonia but who has since grown much better Mr Ware also visited friends in Gibson Oity Ill J B Eaton has a change in his ad this week Read it aud be sure and visit this store COURTNEY A E Wilson of Louisville of the leading Republicans of the State is spoken of as theRepublican nominee fortfor Governor Mr Wilson is a good man says some This may be true but he is not good e r nough to beat S W Hager for Governor Mrs Susie Allen of Lexing ton who is seriously nfflcted with rheumatism finds no relief ex cept in riding on electric street cars She has purchased a life time pass and makes extensive dailyforthe benefit of the electric ride For a delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs Manna at the new grocery 5 and 15 cents The ground hog knew his busi ness TAX SALE By virtue of Tax warrants in my hands for taxes due the State of Kentucky and county of Powell I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 4th Day of nARCH 1907 at the Court House doorn Stanton Ky sell to the highest and best bidder for Cash to satisfy taxes for the year 1906 the property set opposite each persons name or so much theieof HB will satisfy said taxes penalty interest andcosts Name Prect No Acres Adjoins Tre Stanhope Heirs 1 200 John Hudson 8 o 20 Delilah Fisher 1 100 John Curtis 4 08 Margaret Jones 5 Town lot Clay City 4 92 Georgia J Combs 5 1 II u u 2 97 Dr R B Combs 5II II II II 350 W H Patrick 5 20 Patsey Hoskins C 71- 2COJohn Bowles 5 John Johnson 802 Ross Heirs 5 75 L R Patton KinViid 6 100 D Daniel 8W- in Towjjnd 7 250 Smith Ashley G 27 I N Spencer 7 B Wm Powell Jr 3 61 Brods Howarad 3 B Thos Reed 414 W F Gay 1 40 Thos Bruner 319 Jeff Russell 5 t Russell Heirs 4 40 Chas Blanton 5 B Broaddus Patton 3 76 J J Chambers 3 259 IL Willoughby 828 Levi Anderson 3 60 John Myers 4 86 A Z Spencer 3 1 Josh Dehart 5 40 Sid Bowen 3 B Steve Dehart 0 50 J P Martin 3 200 Alvin Hon C 2J Matilda Miller 3 216 Ben Roy 10 81 Alex Fox Sr 2 400 John Jackson 11 91 Wm Tharp 2 200 Tilford Abney 10 69 Dan Milton 2 Town lot Stanton 4 28 G W Jewell 2 lot Rosslyn 5 07 Minnie Barnes 2 122 Livy French 4 83 H B Forkner 2 50 Joe Johnson 5 32 Sam Billings 2 74 G W Lyle 4 83 Sam Brandenburg 2 80 T G Cole 4 83 Pride McIntosh 2 50 Andy McIntosh 4 01 0 F Tipton 2 75 T G Cole 8 71 Christiana Nolan 2 100 Susan Waseon 5 33 J W Morton 2 B Joe Johnson 4 27 A D Rogers 2 25 John Aines 3 81 J M Powell 2 20 Hugh Johnson 3 99 T G Cole 2 80 Sam Rrandenburg 4 66 Cole Martin 5 B J B Patton 5 12 J M KENNON S P C R ESTABLISHED 1890 The Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 850000 00 SURPLUS FUND 80300 00 This Bank is pleased to place at the disposal of its customers the facilities gained during SIXTEEN YEARS of 4 continuous service and growth I 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 c OFFIOKRS MH President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pies AT WHITE CashiSr one DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX J D ATKINSON A T WHITT SPOUT SPRING Cornis Bcarco here and now Barrel i w6rth78 5Uper A J Ciiiiis has rented the Todd place and moved to same 1T S McKInney and Berry were in WlrfclieaterJaet t week t Y 5 1 r Aci Todd was in Winchester the Iptrer pait of last week on a biiiness mission Elder Crawford of Owsley toiMifcy is visiting his daughter Mis Eownan neur this place John D Kerr sold and deliv ered his crop of tobacco last week at 10 cents straight Mr Kerr will raise another largo crop this year Regular preaching at theBap tist church Saturday and Sun day by Eld George W McIn tosh Let a good crowd come out and hear himt Moses and Shelt McKinney have taken n large logging con tnct from Elder George W Mc Inlosh They have purchased two yoke of cattle and are read y to begin work J N Burgher has moved back to the old home place after a years trial of life in the bluegrass which he found neither more pleusant or prifltable than in the old county of Powell The bridge fund which has recently bppnstartedto raise money to construct a highway bridge at Walters Ferry has received several substantial subscriptions which will be reported in our next isSiJp Let everybody lend a helping hand and make the bridge a sure go J H Dawson bought last we k forty shotes and started to WincntStfer court with them In crossing the rivet the hogs be come chilled and many f them took pneumonia Twentytwo- of them died in one days time Mr Dawson also had the misfor tune to lose his pocketbook Tuesday which contained ten or twelve dollars STATE JLUCAS 88 Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEy Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 A W GLEASON S EALNOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and apts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free FJ CHENEY doCo Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75u Take Halls Family Pills for con Btlpation Furl of 206 Acres Fr Sale at a Bargain WELL IMPROv F3P two piles from Winchester on Rukervillo pike gaa three houses and is susceptible of division If notsold soon will be rented to good pay For information apply tb WAG PATRICK ICimbrell Ky or to o undersigned Winchesters cylR F DNO G GoW LEWISI o L Ix1 XHE TMES e PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher I lobscription Rates 50 CentsFar year in ad rVance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as seconcUclass mall matter Thursday Feb 2S 1907 I CLUB RATES af For thoconvenienco of oursub scribers we have arranged club rates withthefollowing papers at prices below mentionedtThe TIMES rind CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 75 l r Home and Farm 75 I Many Attractions As the time for the opening of tie Greater Louisville Exposition draws near the interest in that great event in this and nil other sections of the Stnte of Kentucky as well ns throughout tieSouth is greatly increasing The visitors to Louisville will return homeland give expressions of deep interest in the exposition and pride in theqn terprise and public spirit of the ex pooition officials working so hard in the interest of their state and city without prospect or wish for any pecuniary gain Showirg whot pride they takain them pUys great enterprise the irnercnhnte nnd manufacturers of Louisville have covered their en velopes and stationery almost over with advertising matter concerning the exposition and the title Groter Louisville Exposition seems to appear in the most unexpected quarters at the most unex petted time Louisville drum- merswho visit hero slot no one es cape and if for no Bother reason the people of Ken Ieky will be bound to go to Louisville between March 18 and 30 to 869 what has been so widely heralded This will be a matter of easy accomplishment bencupo the railroads of Kentucky have announced a rate of one fare for the round trip with three selling dates each week the tickets good returning until April 1 Besides these splendid rates many singleday excursions will be run ami it is said by the railroad offi cials composing the Southeastern Passenger Association that the rates for these excursions will lie the best ever offered for a similar enterprise TUB skit P H Hamman is recovering from a severe attack of pneu monia Judge W T Adams is confin ed to his room with a severe attack of Ingrippe A R Goosey continues at n very low stage and the end seems to ibe but a few days off aUeast Mrs W N Bush is another one of the grip victims and has been confined to her room for several days flotfce to Farmers The Farmers News Scimitar MemphIs Tenn the South s best farm has a clrCUJltloniQf overolOOOOOeaQhweekcamFlsln dispensable to farmer and should be in every Southern home Every member of 4he Farmers Union should bas subscriber Lib oral compjieeiOn to agents J besides 25000 a and ft gold iafch earl monitto the st- cluQxate 00 given a in a iriiBBWg Wprconte t A postalcard with your namaand I1dr es wm rlQgP toI1Jj1r All dress Farmers News Scimitar t Memphis r np j r Tile La- stOutPrice SaleI We haws gone through all our departments and have marked the Odds and EiMd of Winter Goods at Blich KlDiCULOUSLr LOW PRICES that surelywill sell them very fas- tTake Advantage ofThis Sale Womens Cootsthis seasons popular styles 111 long coats de sirable colors 1000 garments this ealo iUi7rWomens Coats Blacks long coats 700 garments 8400 Womens Coats Colors long coats 85U garments J55Q Womens CoatsBlackshort coats 8000 gulnnents4 J ffiltQ Misses Coats Colors long aria short I 0 i 1 t- 2OO i Pairs Mens Sh stat money in your pocket prices Iens200 Slings this sate J125- u 250t a II 175 II 300 w LI 2 II 400 2 751 250 Pairs Womens Shoes at the following lowpries Womens 300 Slit tJ tibWsale 190 tOO II 125 500 Mena E ate will go in this sale 200 Hats will go this sale 125 250ti 4I Ji rs 175 75li ti II U II II 50 3 Dozen Mens Suits 1000 Suits this sale 750 7S0a a II 450 500u I it 350 400 11 300 I Ladies Skirts 500 Skirts this saleM 350 360 tc I II T 125 Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Hand Bags in0 both leather and canvas Dress Goods in all grades and prices J Mrs gj whams Clay City Ky Ioiijt kick a man when hVa down lie mayjiaye a brick in his pocket 5ALI s e IIHWI i A WDNDEIFlLDIICOnlY We guarantee that this prepar ation will clean the of Dandruff All we ask fstht you whb are affected with dand ruSJ purchase one bottle and Try It It is also a splendid dressing perfectly cean very desir able Makes the lair s healthy abundant uhd beautifuL Yea SALE DY DaccouTs 8ALLA ROSA MFQCOIIPANV HiHbMk Mlcti- If droinrUfdoes hot bye It ttai one dollar direct to IU and we will tend yon a bottle prepaid t every of the farm news of the and all d are la detail to tbli and that ther Tbe men who and lire stock In The are alwaya written vrltb aim to benefit and lat tho farmer and ralaer ot lire stock deparfmtDtToted to Intereata of women who cooknBlIIdkeeplII6JioaaeftCoceuruliT DEPABTMEIITCosdnetedl7 letters from children from all parti of America and U depart inept that U of to L dfputmelltrrkeaEditor very to yott trerltf vi send you rtfftrlaI tonne of Jntine Tabs red lied Hot Babe I 1 which apeedUycureevo y cue or w 1C1i rJ2fthe jCILitor I RheninnUoOdtuiililnts every kind rlchial j Inflammation of the Congestion Of the Pain or fccaldlnp BackacheDlabetilll and Placate 4 all the obOTo with Rheum GoutLumbagopi9uralgiaandtl I Tryii tOCMtlioXjjl JUTINETA13SIREE the first la you vicinity By turn we d6 not mean two or days we moan what Wtl any will yon without cost by TIlttATMENT u If you paid for It If you desire send Iiot once we tAke giftwrfcH4MIS MEDIC ECO 4flFa We VJJU Give t YEARS SUBSCRIPTION to GOODALLS FARMER t 1 To Every One of Our PaMlnAdvance SUbscribers DO YOU GOODALLS FARMER l 1 It Js a twentyfour page farm weekly P Illustrated and word In itiq Interesting totksItanner or raiser of live stock r 1VHAT EVERY ISSUE CONTAINS L u NEWSAll general wtckJi pabllthed aplcoltoral velopmenti given arrlCIIIturspublication the adrlcs ofUTeEDITORIAL editorial cootaJni article by thoroughly understand agricultural condltlona America editorials tbo u Ameri can p entirely the cpablTedited eeneratlon Contains a great Intereit rerytboy spatternuseful the bouaewUe I OFFER Jt caroble without stomach araJ of Bonsntlona are r To Inquiry tiesample NULL relief FREEl largo OTO UETTEB JIOX Headers of GOOD ALLS FAHUER are constantly writing to the ialldeAt themselves greatly by reading these let lten as It enables them to know last whit other farmers are doing and what meuwdlrthey are adopting to becomesaccessfaL therteLIVE STOCK MAKKET Tne report of market on cattle bogs and sheep Is second only to the Drorers Journal It Is reported by 1authoritytatreroro aJaajs reliable amiaccurate lot ORSBKAB1ETIle also reported by the Droves Jnatandfires atoll report of the conditio of the horse trade both In the eaataa was as In Chlcaio Is re rl Journal reporters who are constantly watching that M market and who understand the exact condi falways98AI2TTbe train market ii reported bi l Jonrnaltwho 7- ft are also always in touch with the enact con y K dltlons of that market f r como jAGELastU a coral S section In toldDAU subscriptions to Goodalls Farmer atop when time IN r s f OUR lroULT KNOW ltOJll1OZnPtOdDce4I11arht GOODAW8fARlIERc expirogy Jr your subscription to our paper Is pald until July 1 1907 or later simply send In your name and tell us to whom wo shal wend i5 jrdoJuly I 1907 send yourrenewnlqr nq SUbSCriPtiOn and WO will ft yeara subscription free to any address you If you have not seen a sample copy of Qoodaira Farmer we will be glad T 1 to glyo or send you one iI i h the Whitest White Cake tThe Lightest Light Rolls i And Flakiest Biscuit J f 4 biro Mod WhcnY uTto Pearl and Bakers Pride Flbur f Tike No Other Every Sack Gnatanteed t J MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY t Sold by our Leading Merebapt9t W J jv 1 L t INSURE WITHI Fox A LYON SONfc YI QCUoX oa ltne Insnrnnoo JAjroixt Of Ea tori iCoiituolcy Over 01OOQ00 II t Repr seated i e e whoaknows antlljngaho tnaurgnce iCnowyyaeyare leadeie n i Jn iL 1 r f i J h 1 iJ SJ v 1 Y k o i 1 110 I i p x THE TIMES d fPAPERriI URSDAY FEB 28 1907 it M LOCAL BREVITIESi4 B B Self of Stonegava is in the city j W G Law of Rosslyn was in the city Friday transacting busi 1 t HessJohn B McOormick has moved with his family to Spring City Tenn r Mrs Laura E Hall of Lexing ton is visiting friends in the city BMrs O H visited relatives in Winchester the first ofJ i the week r The snow and rain the last of the week put the river on a boom again George Dunaway and wife of Lexington are visiting relatives on Hardwicks Creek x Mrs John Spry formerly of this county has moved from Ores i cent City 111 to Watseka 111 If I Mr and Mrs Dave Rose pio neer Powell county people are very sick at their home in this 4city b Ohas Ewen has opened a gen eral store in the Boone building Stanton Heres wishing Ch- artHe success The list of the sick has grown din the bottom to sixteen and the s doctors arekept pretty busy Grip OP McIntosh is now located at Maulden Jackson county Kentucky where he is engaged in the stave business I Jas GRogers will move with his family in a short time to West Virginia where Mr Rogers is now located in business See notice of Household Goods for Sale in another column of this paper Elder Webb will move to Terre Haute Ind H L Bales formerly gener al manager SwannDay Lumber Company Store this city has moved from Jackson Ky to Cartersville Ga The Rev R1 B Wilson is mov ing this week to the Methodist parsonage We extend to Mr and Mrs Wilson a cordial welcome in our midst Mr James Wood a leading citizen of the county is very sick at his home on Snow Creek and not expected to live but few daysMr Wood is past eighty and has been in failing health for quite a while Rising from the Grave A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwell of Lucama N C re lates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from the grave My trouble is BrIghts disease in the Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric 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 50c Christopher Bros have gone into the real estate business at Miami Texas The firm is com j I Lead r Others Follow In order to make room for fresh stock dai ly coming in and to give you One Hun dollaruntil further notce Perfection Mansfields Best Purity and Pearl t rf flour 60 cts per sack 100 IbIQts 12 35 I Shipstuff per hundred 81 30 500 lb lots 128 Crushed Corn II 00 p 1 Meal per bushel 70 Granulated Sugar 5ctsper lb t i Lenox Soup three cakes for 10 cts Finks Hominy H 4c per Ib CAnnedH pc per can Arbucklos Coffee 18 cts per paokngo I Navy Beans r v 4cperlb Pure Maple Syruph V4 t 40 ctsper qt 16ccan Corn ii 124 Ot9 10Ii l b r tH gOc Tomatoe8SuporiorQuality t l5 I 1- IhI 25iJJ5 Peaches = 18 Tie Peaches r 11 Boston Baked Beans 0 r HIGHEST GASH PRICE PAID K t For Eggs Poultry Butter Hides Furs t leathers Rubber Beeswax salad Tallow 1 r CEO WANDERSON JR Rtn i t j tr f + ihi iti- t l2t f P 8 Jdof L G Christopher and- O 0 Christopher formerly of this county W E Heflin and B B Fox two Clark county livestock deal yesterdaylooKing some hogs bought several at 1576 and 1000 The sale of AP Bush on I Hardwicks Creek Tuesday was very well attended considering the inclement weather Auc tioneer G W Clark reports that articles sold reasonably well 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 longer I take them the better I find them They please everybody Guaranteed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25c The TIMES and the Weekly News Scimitar both one year 50 cents Our very efficient watchmaker and jeweler J P Mauppin is enjoying a healthy business all of which he so richly deserves See him when you need work in his line 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 Allegheny Sier ra Co No use hunting Mr Wal ters j it cures every case Guaran teed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store For Sale 1 cooking stove 1 sewing ma chine 1 double barrel breech load ing shot guns apd I will swap my little buggy ma o for a big heavy mare or mule as J have some heavy work lam not able to get out from home come and see the a bove goods and you will find a bar gain in them all J W HenryClay Ky Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress making and sewing Located in the Red River Hotel Living on love is all right be tween meals Neighbors Opt Fooled I was literally coughingmyself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed j and neighbors predicted that I would never leave Italivojbl1t 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 mo to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncaper of Gro vertown Stark Co Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs is guar anteed by SwannDay Lumber Co 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free New Watchmake- rJ P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for workIn his line Prompt attention toall work and satisfaction guaranteed THE Winchester Bank UtCORPpBATKO N H WITlIE SPOON Pwaa alStock2OOOPOI DO individ aalfl firoia sand corpjirations 848 J T Its to Your Interest I To spend your money where it goes the farthest dad 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 Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and taken 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 A E BARNETT i 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 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 calendars on hand Dont fail to call for one when you are he- reSwannDayI Lumber Co Clay City Ky WILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTICLES OF IIsetc + i OAt n two iA DIRT AN- DCREASE and leave the skin soft and white Superior to all other soaps The Laborers Friend For Mechanics Farmers Painters Printers Plumbers Miners and all Railroad Men A trlal wlllconvlnceYou thereIs no other soap like it 2 sizes 5cand b c- Manufactyred by IOWA SOAP COMPANY Burlington Iowa J HAYES HoneyIt COUGHS COLDS- HOARSENESS and WHOOPING COUGH Take no other A STRONG TESTIMONIAL II lorn Gfl years old I have Buffered with a cough for years J have heed nearly every cough remedyontbe market I have never used a cough gyrnp that benefltted me no much uIlaatNo IIoxmv It to truly a grand medicine Mae W N LEVAN PaducahKy Price 25 cents a bottle at your druggist Money back If not satisfied- 8HOFFNERHAYB8 CO Inc Paducah Kentucky HowsYour Liver It will pay you to take good care of your liver because if you do your liver will take good care of you Sick liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy v sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There is only onesafe certain and reliable liver medicine and that i- sBedfords BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful vegetable remedy has been the standby- In thousands of homes and Is today r the favorite liver medldne In thewerld It acts gentlyon the liver and kidneys and does not Irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves congestion and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the body In perfect health Price 2Sc at all druggists and dealersTest It The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1007 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grope Vines Aspara gus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no Agents Stnwber ry and General Catalogues on ap H F Mil sixnveyer Sons Black Creek lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in L quanti ty Will sell to dealeror cu ir at Lowest Prices Will deliver Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the kit liS or 75 cents delivered in Clap City PROFESSIONAL CARDS WNININWYIINNIJ4NNNWNNJLNJIWNNM INN r RAlnvIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON CLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAOE MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OL4Y OITV KY BRSMITH MD PHYSICIAN ANDSURQEON fCLAy CITY KY P i I A Virden Uncle Press Evermnn and wife are down with the grip Mrs Sarah Adams attended church at Powells Valley Sun dny f Mrs Been Williams has moved from Virden to the Rae Fisher houseJohn Pigg will move back to his pitted near here the first of arch 4 Thos Lririson of Argyle visit d friends here Saturday and Sunday 00 Curtis and Tom Adams were in Olny City Monday on business There was no pryer meeting Sunday night on account of bad weatherMisses Lillie and Grace Ware visited Miss Sudie Curtis one day last week C 0 Curtis and G W Ever man and wife are on the sick list with grip 0 0 Curtis bought two loads of corn lust week at Kiddville at 2 05 per barrel Burl Everman of Right Angle and Oharlie Ourtis visited Willie Curtis Sunday Robert Thacker of this place attended the burial of his broth er Tuesday in Olark county WiHie Dawson has rented a farm in Olark county near Rab bittown and will move March 1 We are having some very mudy and wet weather in these parts now which makes good grip weatherJohn Williams has moved from Powells Valley back to Virden We are glad to have John for a neighborMisses Fannie and Carrie Our tis of Old Pine Ridge visited their uncle and family a few days this week G W Everman Jr and wife of Right Angle art with tho for mers parents Undo Press Everman and wife who are very sick with lagrippe and their rev covery is doubtful Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if II IAIKlatto of fron- Guarantood All repairs done quickly above ground Take off Fulcrum mud Handle to pull out Plunger for repairs same as in wooden rumps i LOOK FOR pr PUMPN 1RIXTO materlalExtra preventsfreezingchangeable Bold by dealers everywhere carrythem coststooWILLIAMS PUMP CO 473 Harmon StIndianapolis Ind 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Anyone sending a stetcb and descrlptlon may quickly e whether anprobswypateflnbfreInvention Is ommunl tlonsitrtctlroonndenthl on IatenU yatentaPatentapeelainoUuwltboute areelathe SclcWiTic Jmterican Ahandfomelrllltiitratcd vceklr Tareest cir culation of tclentlDo loarnml Terms 3 a reM tour monlheL Bold t T all newidealera MUNN CO36SBroadnr New York hraach Quite fIIG P StWlUbl on D 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dwelling four neverailing springs land suitable for grass and yields 8 aid 10 barrels of corn rer acre On this farm is located the noted Black Creek Lime Works with plen tyofinaterial and fuelon the farm Will be sold on reasonable terms Apply to R S NOEL Clay City Kv The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle a full lino of Belting HosePipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER xy Lexington Rastern Ry Effective Nov 18 1906 EASTBOUND No2 Dal ox Sun Stations P m No M Lv Lexington 225 785 i Winchester 810 813- LEJunction 825 826 I Olny City 400 002 Stanton 410 910- I Campton June 440 088 U Natural Bridge 44i OH- 2I Torrent 457 060 BeattyvllleJunc618 1017- S 0 K Junct 610 1116 Ar Jackson 615 1126e I WESTBOUND No 8- Daily A No 1 Dai exSun- A m SfntlonsLvJackson220 610 I 0 x Junct 3 25 6 16 11 BeattyvilleJune 820 707 Torrent 841 780 I 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