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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i 0 t THE cLAY CITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Sarroooiiog Country and Ourselves 1 B Burgher Publisher VOL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 2J J907 NO 12 oo oasI Reduction ofj Prices r In order to reduce my stock and make room for Spring Goods 1 will sell during March my en tire stock at a Great Reduction Including Shoes Dress Goods Hosiery Sr Mens Boys Hats Z Trunks SS Suit Cases FlourSugar S CoffeeDishes All Kinds of Best Canned Goods and other goods too numerous to mention Come and seethe goods and t will make the prices right 1J B EATON SasH Ceiling Stairvtays Bningles Circuit Court In Session Circuit Court convened at Stanton Monday with Judge J M Benton presiding and Commonwealths Attorney Bon A Crutcher present The instructions to the grand jury were very unplesout to the violators of the local op tion law A number of cases have been disposed of among being two cases against T P Cole for selling liquor in lo cal option territory He was fin sixty dollars in each case and being unable to pay this amount was sent to jail to serve out the fine Hogs Dying of Cholera R T Kennon of Vaughns Mill has cholera among his fine bunch of hogs and has had al ready thirty choice hogs weigh ing form 160 to 200 pounds to die of this trouble The disease is now abating however and it is believed that but few more will die of this trouble The disease is confined to the one bunch Land Sold T J Kirk bought a boundary of land west of the city from Kentucky Union Company to be surveyed at 50 00 per acre As Time Passes- It brings MoneySaving Oppor 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 is only better for you can save big money on these articles by coming to my Store for them They have been marked down to COST as we in to close them all out before Spring Our Stock of other goods is upto the Standard and we will take pleasure in supplying your needs WWWWWWWV4WWNVNWLNWNWW NWNWNNUNP4W4WNWWAWWNnN1 SHIMFESSELSDepartment Store I WinchesferKyr RwANc1 MFG Co We Mal facturc- l Flooring doors r rboardingVarandas and Eto SreiEronte w Judges them ed You tend 11e are headquarters for Building Paper Fclt Rob ng Flintoid Roofiing anilJStc Y J Send us Your felEtiafes1 11 c j mptSIipmcnf h rj x i1 1 i-t Inr1 I 4ISIi t w rk = emu r 1 rl 1 k U1 p tc t Everything Advancing But Our Sub scription Rates Monday wo received notice from the typo founders that type and all kinds of printers mate rial had made another advance The size type we use now costs us 40 cents perpound while we used to buy the same type at 20 cents per pound We use a lot of typo that is still very much higher Some paper wo use is nearly fifty per cent higher than a few years back while all pa per used in the printing office ad vanced greatly about three weeks ago A few more advances will knock all 60 cents papers out of businessSince the above was set in type we have received a new list price which makes the un precedented advance on the type mentioned above still 14 cents on the pound higher Just So The tides this winter have taken more logs than usual from the mountains to market Prices have been good and a large amount of money has gone back into the moun tains The effects will be seen in better homes better food and better times generally in many a mountian home On a larger scale it means larger stocks of goods in the moun tain stores increasd trade with oth er sections improvement in live live stock and some of it will come down into tliie Blue Grass and pur cbnsehtweJWincb ster Democrat A Card of Thanks Dear editor Key and Mrs R B Wilson wish through your columns to express their heart felt gratitude to those who so kindly remembered them in the generous donation of the4th of March Our sentiments are ex pressed in this little anecdote of a Georgia preacher who said he always thanked his people for the little things and larger ones accordingly So my dear readers if you dont want to see this scribe using his pen more vigor ously dont you take the hint in timated herein The Greater Louisville Expo sition opened Monday and is be ing attended by thousands of in terested visitors The streetcar strike was settled last week just in time to save the big event The strikers score to have pick ed an opportune time to got the best advantage of the strike and they did- Claude Carr has moved to the R L Tipton place near the city The river being uppnnbout a three weeks stretch Mr Oarr had to move nroun 1 by Powells Valley about three miles out of the way and as bad road as any in the county We need better roads and more bridges Lppk over Our Bridge Fund again this week There has ben 05 added to this fpud since gar last issue Be sure and look over addedlist you thiiik should be there tell then and then us about it i AJuHiuQfc rs candies and fruits Andersons Grocery i V Stanton Canning Company Incorporates The Stanton Canning Compa ny has been incorporated at Stan ton with 10000 capital stock all of which has been subscribed and paid in The plant has been accepted and paid for and about seventy acres of tomatoes con tracted for with the farmers The company wants to contract for one hundred and twenty a cres of tomatoes The new com pany has bright future before it and doubtless success awaits the enterprise with such men as J 0 Patrick President E H Fuller Secretary and a strong board of directors behind them Dr Ricketts of Mt Sterling was in the city Saturday looking after the interests of the local telephone exchange Dr Rick etts is a nephew of the Merchant Ricketts who was postmaster at agolongoflico was changed from Red Hiv Iron Works H The engagement has been an npupced of J Elliott Riddell of Irvine and Miss Laura Louise Embry of Louisville Mr Rid dell is one ofltho proprietors of the Estill Springs and is the youngest son of Judge Robt Riddel U The wedding will take place in Junp A 0 Oliver publisher the Oampton Courier won the nomi nation for Representative in the Wolfe county Democratic primary last week by a majority of 43 votes We are always pleas ed to learn of success with any newspaper man and in Mr Oli vers case it is no exception Prof OW Campbell had twenty dollars slipped from his pocket book in a most mysterious manner one night last week He missed the money when he first opened his wallet the next morningFor delicious breakfast food get a package of Elijahs Manna at the new grocery 5 and 15 cents OUR ANNOUNCEMENT 0 OF Spring Millinery Will appear in this space Watch for it Mrs W N Bush NO 4217 The Clay City National Bank CLAY CITY KY Capital c 5000000 Surplus Fund 700000 1M COURTNEYPresident CHARLES IViceADDISON T WHITTCashier All business entrusted to our care will receive careful d prompt attention Your account is respectfully solicited BOARD OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT JOHN D ATKINSON J F COX A T WHITT j N SPOUT SPRING John D Kerr and Elder B F Wright are serving as jurors of the Powell Circuit Court this week rr A J Curtis has rented tho farm and place vacated by Joe Hall last year and moved to same Friday Venson Bums is very low at his homo near here with con sumption and not expected to live many days Mrs Nannie McKinney has moved together with her son Asa Todd to Mr Todds farm he purchased a few years ago from John W Barnett George S Ware our new merchant is receiving now goods almost daily and is replenishing a much run down stock Mr Ware intends to supply his customers with any article they may need Kimbrell Born to Dan Henry and wife last Thursday a girl Rev IL B Wilson preached at Jacksons Chapel Sunday Johnson Harris is moving to Hampton Richardson near Fox this week W F Welch of Irvine sales man for Eelknap Hardware Mfg was hero last Monday Next Saturday night and Sun day morning are regular preach days at Kimhrells Chapel Rev Henry Gardner pastor Mrs Hattie Harris wife of Johnson Harris died last Tuesday March 12th after a weeks illness Buried Thurs day at the Richardson burying ground near Fox Ky She loaves three children by a former mar riage Hampton and Robert Richardson and Mrs Dock Woods Deceased was about 44 years of age and will be missed by her many friends and relatives The present weather is a decided improvement over the forty days ground hog winter Catarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications an they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh isa blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country foryears and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces euxh wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0j Sold by Druggists price 750 Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Notice to Farmers i The Farmers News Scimitar Memphis Tenn the Souths best farm paper has a circulation of over 100000 each week and is in dispensable to every farmer and should bean every Southern home Every member of the Farmers Union should be a subscriber Lib eral commission to agents besides 25000 cash prizes and a gold watch each month to the largest club raiser 111s08250 00 given a way in a missing word contest A postal card with your name and atldressjwilljbripg pnrtionlar8 Ad dress Farmers News Scimitar Memphis Tenn THE TIMES riniLisnico EVERY TIIUHSDAY 1 B burgher Publisher Sobcription Rates SO Cents per year in ad- am otherwise 75 Cents Entered us secondclass mull matter Thursday Mar 21 1007 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned r The TIMES and CourierJournal 101 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 11 Home and Farm 75 Our Bridge Fund Following are the names of those who have subscribed to the fund to build a bridge at Walters Ferry and the amount each has subscribed R D Ramsey Winchester 100 00 Clay City Times Clay City 100 00 BrodhcadGarrettCo 50 00 G W McIntosh Estill Co 50 00 Thos McKinney 25 00 Berry Barnett 25 00 Joo MoKinney 250 W G Patrick 25 00 H F Christopher 25 00 Moses McKinney 25 00 R B McIntosh 25 00 Shell McKinney 25 00 Burgher Farm 25 00 J B Eaton Clay City 25 00 A T WhittII II 2500 SwannDayLbrCo II 25 00 Mapclifc Hardwick 200 A E Barnett k Son II II 15 00 J W Ballard County 15 00 R L Tipton 1 1500 Wm Edge Estill county 15 00 J A Fox Winchester 10 00 Geo W Lewis II 10 00 Dr B R Smith Clay City 10 00 Dr B Littlepage II It 10 00 J 11 KennonII II 1000- J N Burgher County 10 Oi Rupard CnrtisII 10 00 W J Barnett Estill Co 10 00 G S areII II 1000 W J Christoper II II 100 Asa Todd County 1000 W E Heflin Winchester 6 00 Bennie McKinney 5 00 J M Benton 5 00 Thos Curtis County 6 00 A C BarnesII 5 00 R W GarrettII 500 G W ClarkII 5 00 Pete Todd 5 00 B F Wright 5 00 Frank Adams 500 Morgan McKinney 5 00 II G Burgher Clay City 5 00 A M Burgher 6 00 D R Daniel 5 00 W T Adams u 5 00 J H ORear I 5 00 Henry Waldron 500 OShlmfesseli fiiw Dr 3W Williams 500 David Snowden 5100 GWAndersonJr 50 C W Campbell 500 J W Wooleryu 500 John P GaylordII 500 H H Hoskinsla II 5JH C Warmouih r 00 Asa Barnett Estill Co 5 00 Marion McKinney II 5 00 Lloyd Todd County 5 00 J W Tuttle Estill Co 5 00 Cleve SamsII 500 Reported fromEstill ll county sums mailer than 85 25 00 Total 8970 00 Judge W T Webb who moved from this city to Huntington VYa last foil will shortly move froirutmVt city to southern California the La- stCutPrice Sale I We have gone through nil our departments and have marked the Odds and Ends of Winter Goods at such RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES that surely will sell them very fas- tTake Advantage ofThis Sale Womens Coats this seasons popular styles in long coats desirable colors 1000 garments this ealo 87PI Womens Coats Blacks long coats 700 garments8400W- omens CoatsColors long coats 850 garments 550 Worsens CoatsBlack short coats 8600 garments f36 Misses CoatsColors long and short 200 Pairs Meng Slices at money in your pocket prices Mens 200 Shies this sale 125 u 250tt rt cc 175 cc 300 n 235 11 400 = 275 250 Pairs Women Shoes at the following low prices Womens 300 Shoes thi sale 190 200II II a 125I 500 Mens Hats will go in this sale 200 Hats will go this sale 125 250II II tt II tt tr 175 75II II u II II 50 3 Dozen Meitfs Suits 1000 Suits this sale 750 750 a tt 450 500a 350 400 u tr 300 Ladies Skirts 500S kirte this sale 350 250II II II 125 Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Hand Bags in both leather and canvas Dress Goods in all grades and prices Mrs ji I Wiiams Clay City Ky f A Lost Opportunity A young lady working inn stocking factory fearing her chances small for a life partner wrote the following and slipped it into the tie of n gentlemans sock UA young lady good look ing nnd of some means would like to correspond with the wear er of this stocking if he is single with a view to matrimony AI young man bought the sock said There is my chance He wrote to the young lady offering himself as a suitable par ty and to his surprise got this re ply I have been married eight years and have a family of five children The man from whom he bought the socks had never advertised consequently they had lain on his shelves eight yearsTax Collectors Sale By virtue of authority vested in me as city tax collector I will at the City Court Room Door in Olav City Ky Saturday April 6th 1907 sell for Cash to satisfy taxes due said city the property mentioned below or so much therof as may be necessary to satisfy said taxes penalty and costs W H Jameson house and lot in Mechanicsvillo 8yrs amt 7 00 Nannie Tucker two lots cor 7th ave and Oth st 3 yrs 5 78 Clay City Ball Park 2 yrs 8 40 Georgia Combs lot on 6thIlV 2 yrs 8 05 R B Combs house and lot in Mechanicsville 2 yrs 8 54 A P JOHNSON M 0 0 LOST Somewhere in Clay City Gold Locket with Masonic Emblem and Estill Lodge number 400 engraved together with the undersignedname Finder return to me and receive re ward Sam Carr Clay City Ky If you suffer vn trill Bent you trco a trialI course of Jatlne Tab licii q which apeedlly cure every curable caaeot RH5UrSdATISM without the heart or stomacli Rheumatic Complaints if every kind wo complications sad prontbi limn ono ort Inal malady that la Kldnoy Dkcase ncS as a Inflammation of the b adder Congestion oi the KIdney Pain or Cealdlng tonratlcms Diabetes and Urighta Dlseaio all the above arc Inlsrwovsn with niietim r atlsm In various form such aa Gout Lum bago Neuralgia and Houtlca It Trya SOCcni Sox tit JUTM5 TAZC FREETo the flat inquiry to you tica ty fiy this we do not nman two or three d samplewe men whit ve say that will send you without cost b7 rug a YoJTllKATMEOT L1 If you lxud for If you desire relief sent at ouc sro tnko all the risk and act uo py Jla a girt I Write today ri I HARRIS MmCIt CO I ft I Corning town i ISALLAsA Is a new- Dandruff On A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY- We guarantee thatthi prepar ation will clean tho scalp of all Dandrufl All we ask is that i you who are affected with land ruff purchase one bottle and r it Try Of It Is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean and very desir 5 able Makes the Hair strong healthy abundant and beautifulI FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS r SALLA ROSH MFG COMPANY Hancock Mich If draught does not hare It one dollar directto tu and we will you a bottlo prepaid endt The Whitest White Cakew T The Lightest Light Rolls tA tntSj Are Mntle When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour T SackGuaranteedit tTake No Other Every MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 1 r DUDLEYS DOLLAR RAZORXIt is easy to buy some kind of a razor fora dollar but you wonder if it is possible to get a genuine German ground razor of the finest razorsteel with positive guarantee one that will give you a clean smooth shave at this price that is vhatwe offer You run no risk in buying a Dud les Dollar Razor our name and guarantee and it is exchangeable 1 at any time if not satisfactory We have made a reputation on our razors and this is the best dollar razor made and is equal to those usually offered at zooSent postpaid on receipt ofone dollar and the name ofyour cutlery dealer I- ILKYNAVs D HAMDWANB oONhvllleTenn1 IINSURE WITH a F A LYON SON X I The Loading Insurance Aleutsol Eastern K ntuoky it Over 200000000 t I Represented I j 1one who knows anything about insurance know they areJeader8iinthiBline 0 T P t e l S THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER 7 n i THURSDAY MAR 21 1007 h LOCAL BREVITIES Cashier A T Whitt was nl Lexington Saturday on a Jjusi y ness mission D D Patton who has had a siege with the grip is able to be on the street again Mrs Ora PSimer of More head is the guest of her sister Mrs A T Whitt Mrs B BSelf of Stonega is the guest of her sister IIVa J M Kennon t Judge G T Centers of Oampton was in the city Tues t S day on a business mission t H 0 Warmouth Wm Snow den Jr and Wayne Tipton are down the river with two rafts of I timber George Herron who has been r very sick with the grip and pneumonia is up again and able I to go about Merchant and Pottmaster W G Patrick of Kimbrell was I transacting business in the city Saturday An early Easter forecasts an early Spring With the present fine weather and a March Easter we are very hopeful Mrs JE Niblack and children andsister Miss Lizzie El kin visited Mrs Hays Devary J at week Kiddville a few days this W A Button and family left Tuesday morning for La Grange their old home where Mr But tOil will take a much needed rest for two weeks G W Anderson Jr our hust ling groceryman and produce man is putting Up a two story veranda in front of his business house on sixth street Chester Gourjey of Beatty ville has announced as a Repub lican candidate for tive in this the PoweilEstillLee Legislative district The big store of Hall Skid more at Stanton is nearing com pletion and this enterprising firm is already receiving daily invoices of select merchandise We have had several nice Spring days the past week dry ing up the mud considerably and enabling farmers to begin oat sowing and other Spring work Sunday was St Patricks day but as the Irish population in Clay City is so small no public demonstrations were made and no one could tell St Patricks from any other day in this city H Witt of Levee was in the city last Thursday on his way home from the buriDlof Mrs James Witt his brothers wife who died near Irvine Tuesday March 13th of pneumonia fever Found at Last J A Harmon of Lezemore West Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver andchronic constipation willsay take Dr Kings New Life Pills Gnaranteed satisfactory 25c at SwaanDay Lumber Cos store I Lead- Others Follow In order to make room for fresh stock dai ly coming in and to give you One Hun dred cents worth for every dol lar spentwith me I will sell until further notce Perfection Innsfieldu Bet Purity and l enrl flour iQcs per sack 1QQlb lots 2 35 Shllstuff per hundred 1 30 500 lb lots 1 28 Crushed Corn tl 00 Meal per bushel 70 Granulated Sugar 5ctB per lb Lenox Soup three takes for 10 cts Flake Hominy XT 4c per lb CannedII No per can Arbuckles Coffee luts per package Navy Beans 7 J 4o per lb Pure Maple Syrup 40 cts per qt 15b can Corn T l2Jottf 10rrb20c Tomatoes Superior Quality C i 16 I isj15 v30 Pears I1i r 25 21u 15 25 Peaches 18 Pie Peaches 11 Boston Baked Beans 9 HIGHEST CASk PRICE PAID For Eggs Poultry Butter Hides Furs Feathers Rubber Beeswax and Tallow GEOW ANDERSON JR Originator of LbWPrices I I lr i 1 fr J V ff tjoJ MARRIED WiUT Snowden and Miss Lu cy Mastin daughter of Jasper Mastin were married in the County Clerks office at Stanton Monday by Judge Qeo M Der icksonThere was charge of seduction pending in Circuit Court against Snowden and the case was compromised by marriage and the case dismissed Worked Like a Charm Mr D Nl Walker editor of that spicy jonrnal the Enterprise Lou isa Va says I ran a nail in my foot last week and at once applied Bucklens Arnica Salvo No infIa mation followed j the salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guar pnt atSwannDay Lumber COB store 25o J W Woolery was in Nichol u county several days the past week on business How to Remain Young To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonougn Ca did She says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stom ach trouble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red flannel 1 am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Electric Bit ters Ican now do all my work with ease and assist im my hus bands store Guaranteed at Swan Day Lumber Cos store Price boo For Sale 1 cooking stove 1 sewing ma chine 1 double barrel breech load ing shot gun and I wylll swap my little buggy mare for a big heavy mare or mule as I have some heavy work Iam 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 0 Shimfessel was transacting business in Mt Sterling Monday aved Her Sons Life The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee Shu writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was un able to help him when by our drug gists advice I began giving him Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed improvement I kept this treatment up for a few weeks when he was perfectly well lie has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Rings New Discovery saved his life Guarant d best coughand cold cure by Swann Day Lumber Co 50c and 100 Tria bottle free New Watchmake- rJ P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonabl terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all workand satisfaction guaranteed THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WJTUEHSPOON Presi Capital stock 200000 Surplus 20000 We solicit the accounts of individ gals 6rmsandpcorporations 848 Ii 11 v Its to Your li r Interest 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 Furnishings Groceries Hardware Huaness Saddlery I Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods 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 AlE1 BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY For The Holiday i 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 here N SwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky I tWILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTICLES OF1 I I wt use tI C 0 l 1 1 Titc aQT I IS DItCl fttAlNr YARN DIRT AN- DGREASE and leave the skin soft and white Superior to all other soaps The Laborers Friend For Mechanics Farmers Painters Prlnters Plumbers Miners and all Railroad Men I Atrmtwttfconvinceyouthemfs np othet soap like 1t2 sizes 5cand IO- cManufacturec yIOWA OAP COMPANY Burlington Iowa n i HAYES Healing Honey It has no equal for curing i COUGHS COLDS- HOARSENESS and WHOOPING COUGH Take no other- A STRONG TESTIMONIAL I am 68 rea old 1 have suffered with a cough for forty years I have dacd nearly every cough remedyon the I have never used a cough wrap that benefittod me so much as HAYES UBAUNO HONEY It Is truly a grand medicine bins W N LEVAN Paducah Ky Price 25 cents n bottlo at your druggist Money back if not perfectly satisfiedS- HOFFNERHAYES CO Inc Paducah Kentucky ININE Happy Home ITo have a happy home you should have children They are great happyhome makers If a weak woman strongI dren with little pain or discomfort toyourselfby taking CAROUI A Tonic for Women Itwill ease all your pain reduce Inflammation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian menses back acheheadache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At all dealers In medicines in 100 bottles DUE TO CARDUI is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J Priest of Web ster City Iowa She Is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely I am still taking Cardul and would not be without it In the house The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY rifer for tho Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Aspara gus Shrubs Rhubarb and Smal Fruits We have no Agents Strawber ry aud General Catalogues on ap H F Hil sivnveyer Soivs Black Creek Lime Works- R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime nu quantity Will sell to dealer or cot tor ut Lowest Prices Will deliver a Oluy City or sell at the kilns 02C Lime 05 dents per barrel at the k us or 75 cents delivered in Clay City PROFESSION AI cAlms nawwrwdnw ruanr nNwtotwwarr R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLY OITV KY BR SMITH Mt D PHY8IOIAN AND SUnOEON CLAY CITY KY 1 I k Richmond Dry Last Thursday the city of lieu mond voted on the lucid option question null by 145J votes went dry Mayor Clarence Wood says ho will enforce the local op tion low to the letter or resin his office and has filled a 5000 00 guaranteeing to perform this duty There was 800000 spent by the whiskey people This local option wave is spreading fast A short time ago it was considered impossible to eleminate whiskey from a tow as large as Richmond but it seems to be but little trouble Mnysville Gynthiana and other cities will take a vote on tin question in a short title and all of these cities are most sure tu vote dry Levee Mrs Phoebe Covey died Sat urday Miss Nannie Welch is visitin at StantonMr Stevenson has move I to Howards Mill Walter Ficklin has gone to Ill inois to stay this season Miss Virgin Ilolley spent Sun day night with Mrs Laura Wil burnMr Julian Anderson and Mis Jennie Ramsey were marriet last week- Mrs Lewis Ficklin who hni been sick with pneumonia is a ble to sit up Mrs Goo Ficklin is with her sister Mrs Thomas in Bourbon who is very sick Little Nettie Chase is visiting at her grandfathers Mr J F Chase at Smartweed Mr S Townsend of Lee coun ty has moved to the place Mr Stevenson vacated We welcome such nice folks to our neighbor hood Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer OAI Urn ti l1 I ti bY fi ji 5II lii w jfjEby 1P8I tlJdo cflon Guaranteed All repairs done quickly above ground Tale off Fulcrum and Handle to pull out Plunger for repairs same as in wooden Juinps LOOK FOR PUMPN TRIXTO Mode of the very beet material Extra heavy castings Adjustable preventsfreezingchangeable bold by dealers everywhere carrythemDont buy a pump It costs too much In the end- WILLIAMS PUMP CO 473 Harmon St Indianapolis Ind 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADEMARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS icsending grk lcb and description msj dnlckly ascertain opinion an lureatlon is probably pate n tnbln pommunlex tlon itrtctlJ confident I EANDSOOKonPateata sent free Oldest orlecurlncpatenu Patents token through Jlunn Co revere notice without cbarge tn the Scientific Jmtcricam bandiomely Illaitrated weeklr Largest tit dilation of any clentlflo Journal Term S3- 7earl a tour months fL sod by all newidealen MUNN CO3 IBro3dWlJ New ynrk U1Dcb OMoe GZ F Bt WhWatoo carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching riMnus alto bumps seuhhy piniply pkm hone pains ontnrrh rbeiunntisni or tiny r skin disease tiiko JJofanic Blood Biilui BU B Soon nil spree hpul aches and pain stop nnd the u W rtiii to To One of 0 i It is a largo and In It Is to tho farmer or raiser of live stock 2rEWS1i of the general farm news of bp week li published and all agricultural de elopceuts are given In detail SPECIAL ARTICLES TIle leading acrlcaU ual college fictettott contribute each week this publication sad the adrlcstbat they ire li beneficial to every farmer and raiser ot rr stoc- kiDti0RLtLTbe contains tlclei by men wbo thoroughly naderitand iiicultural end lve stock conditions In reriia The edltcrlali are written t tie she ta ten Dt and assist the Amerl i terms and Talier of ore stock UOtKJ DrtRT1IEYTThere Is a t e llfcJ by Faith Feljor which Is do- Ted entlniy to the Intcreiti of women who I 01 the firm Tbs department II capably lot and 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