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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t i I THE CLAY CITY TIMES4 50 Cents a Year In Advance r IW are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 28 J907 NO 13 eee eeee I Reduction of i Prices In order to reduce my stock and make room for Spring Ooods 1 will sell during March my en tire stock at a Great Reduction including S Shoes Dress Goods HosieryMens j Boys Hats TrunksSuit Flour SugarS Dishes All Kinds of Best Canned Goods and other goods too numerous to mention Come and see the goods and I will make the prices right U B EATON As Time Passes brings MoneySaving Opportunities Overcoat Ladies Cloak i- nMillinery SHIMFESSELS RblA MFG Winchester We Sash Flonriugf lpbri y Blinds Weutlierboafding- Varnndtts Tickets Stairway Fronts tt Boys Fined Hood Bowman of this city and James Tutt of Wolfe coun ty boys of seventeen years S came in from Winchester Mon day morning with a supply of liquor They were very liberal and divided with each other and another young friend The boys were arrested by Marshal APJohnson and taken before Judge Fletcher where each were fined 50 and costs The boys being unable to pay or replevy were sent to jail and will have to workout the amount of cost and- S fine on the streetILovely spring- S The nice Spring of nearly two weeks has brought out the early buds peach bloom e the early gardens and the old man out of the blues too The roads have dried up but are very rough yet Farmers are too bu sy to usctheso roads very much however Oat sowing and gruss sowing are up all of the farmers time just now It also been very warm os warm in fact that at least two nights persons could sleep comfortable the fore part of the night with out any cover at all Taulbee Mountz was in Tuesday on a business mission It s Of course there are some who have put off buying something they really need If it happens to be an or 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 COST as we in tend to close them all out before Spring Our stock of other goods is up to the standard and we will take pleasure in supplying your needs WWMWM WWWWIyW4P4ht SdWN111W1uw NWMIJNNfwu 1WMINNWnIM N Department Stole NGE doI Ky Maijufacttrre r Ceiliny Shingles and Etc More t n weather taking has Lexington anything We are Headquarters for Building Paper L Felt RoofingIFlintoid Roofing and Etc I Send us Voiirweslinafes Prompt Shipments 1n I r r- w w y r i- rr iy 4 w Redistricting Bill Unconstitutional The redistricting bill passed by the last session of the Legislature has been decided unconstitutional by the Court of Appeals This means a decrease in the Democratic membership of the next Legislature and an increas ed Republican membership This redistricting measure was not what it should have been and not what it could have been and at the same time produced good results for the party in power The change in this and the Wolfe district is cited as unfair and truly it isUnder the now bill the single county of Wolfe was made a Legislative district while Lee was added to the Es tillPowell district Powell could have been put with Wolfe with the same political effect and the districts would have been much nearer equal in population And similar existed in oth affected districts As formerly Estill and Powell willconstitute bne district Lee Brcathitt and Magiflln remnfhs together while Wolfe and Mor gan will have but one represen tative To The Public in General Bro Editor Please allow me space in your columns in which to announce that Rev T P Rob erts a freak of nature as I con sider him is to begin a series of services in the Methodist church at this place the 10th of next month Now my dear delin quent members and provisors of various denominations we extend to you and thrJugh you to whom you may invite a cordial invitation to attend these services We will give you a warm wel come and try to do you good R B Wilson Pastor A Land Office Business G W Anderson Jr the hust ling produce man last week did a very large business He bought over 4000 dozen eggs which so far is a banner record in his business This represents at 121 cents per dozen the price paid for the most of these eggs an income of 500 00 per week to the farmers or at this ratio 25 00000 per year This is good for Powell county poultry raisers H H Hoskins visited his un cle John Hoskins near Mt Ster ling last week Mr John Hos kins who has been a sufferer for fifteen years from a sun stroke and was kept in doors for four teen years is now doors and has made severnltrips to Mt Sterling This will be gladnews to Mr Hoskins numer ous Powell county friends A report has it that the L A Railway runnin from Ver sailles to Beattyviilo Junction has been sold to the Queen Orescent Railway It is also understood that the line from Ver sailles to Richmond will be oper ated by a traction company while the road faom Beattyvillo Junc tion to Richmond will betaken by tho L N Railway The delinquent tax list for four years has been advertised by posters for public sale by Judge Derickson The sum in the aggregate amounts to considerable but the amount realized by the sale we predict will be small but the action of the Judge in disposing of them in thus manner is a wise one A full line of cakes candies and fruitsat Andersons Grocery l A WinchesterI shot and killed Tom Oldham while arresting him and Oldham i shot Tarpy inflicting what is thought to be two fatal wounds in the abdomen Oldham was known to be a desperate man so all four policemen wont to the house to arrest him Policemen Tarpy and John Ballard entered the room Tarpy arrested him and demanded his gun when Old ham pulled the pistol from his pocket as if to give it to Tarpy when he began shooting wound ing Tarpy as above stated Bal lard then grabbed Oldham and a wrestle ensued when Tarpy who had fallen on n bed raised up and slot Oldlmm twice in the head killing him instantly Oldham had robbed Pharis store at Ruckerville about one monthago but the evidence pointing to his guilt had just been confirmed Ho was sent to the four year ago for five years for horse stealing but was pardoned by Governor Bcckham The river banks with eager fishermen who usually kill enough time to better pay 1 00 per pound for as many fishas they catch You can frequently see a 5 00 fishing outfit coming from the river sometimes with one or two little fish and some times with none but most of the time without any John W Elkin merchant and postmaster at Sams was in the city Friday and subscribed to our bridge fund Mr Elkin said the timber business would ho greater in his section this year than ever before known and all of thus timber will be sold at Clay City For n delicious breakfast food get a package Elijahs Manna ut the new grocery 5 and 15 cents a We willl have on Display l I AN UPTODATE OF- f j f J Stylish Easier HatsI L Thursday Friday Saturday r Iour Wash Goods department you will find a beautiful line of I Linen and I Lawn India Linon Etc Pooketbooks Belts Combs and Cuffs Violet lFhlona bIDreesmaking in connection I l I Mrs W Bush NO 4217 The Clay City National Bank CLAY CITY KY Fund M H COURTNEY President penitentiary lastDecember lined practically of LINE Waisting Suiting ChifFonette Persian Nainsook Dimity Collars Talcum Powder N Capital 5000000 Surplus 700000 CHARLES SCOTT Vice President ADDISON T WHITT Cashier All business entrusted to our care will receive careful and prompt attention Your account respectfully solicited BOARD OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT JOHN D ATKINSON J F COX A T WHITT SPOUT SPRING Mrs Nannie Pryor visited her daughter Mrs Ray McKinney at Clay City this week I Bee Snowden moved last week to the Mcintosh farm on Gallo ways Creek Elder N McIntosh will move to Clay City in ii few days We regret to lose Bro McIntosh from our midst but wish him well in his new house Mrs Thos S McKinney has been very sick this week though she is now much better and un her the treatment of Dr R A she seems to be getting along nicelyRussell Christopher has rent ed and moved to the McKinnoy farm at the Spring Mrs Belle Burgher and brothers have mov ed to the late J F McKinney residenceTCity Ky l March 20 1907 Mr Louie M Bradley- R S Clay City Council No8 Jr 0 U A M Clay City Ky Dear Sir I beg to acknowl edge receipt of your check for 250 00 two hundred and fifty dollars as payment of Funeral Benefits due me as the legal dependent of my late husband A R Goosev I wish to thank you for the manner in which the payment is made and for your promptness in the matter The death proof papers having only been furnish ed you March 12 RespectfullyMrs R GooseyI The above letter explains how promptly this benevolent order pays their death benefits No llmsuitto JbrijJSJB get money due Thisorder which renders real financial aid to its members when in need of it while they live and helps the widow after death is fast growing in members and promises ere long to take the lead in secret orders The delinquent tax list in Es tillcounty has been advertised in the Herald with good results Catarrh Cannot be Curedrwith Local Applications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you J 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 ono of the best physicians in this country for years 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 ofthe two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Sold byDruggists price 750 Take Halls Family Pills for con J stipation Notice to Farmers 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 J should be in every Southern home Eyery member of the Farmers J Union should be a subscriber Lib J eral commission to agents besides 25000 cash prizes and a gold watch each month to the largest Club raiser also 825000 given a wayin a missing word contest A postal card with your name and address will bring particulars Ad dress Farmers News Scimitar Memphis Tennt a y t THE TIMES IUnUSHED KVKUY THUUSDAT JB Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents her year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Mill 28 1907 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer IJO C Louisville Commercial 75 C 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 BrodheadGarrettCo 50 00 G W McIntosh Estill Co 60 00 Thos McKinney 25 00 Berry Barnett 25 00 JOB McKinnevI 25 00 WG Patrick 25 00 H F Christopher 25 00 Moses McKinney 25 00 RB McIntosh 25 00 Shelt MoKinney 25 00 Burgher Farm 25 00 J B Eaton Clay City 25 00 A T WhittII 25 00 SwannDayLbrCo 25 00 Mapel Hardwick 2000 AE BarnettSon II 1500 J W Ballard County 15 00 R L Tipton 1 15 00 mEdgtJjBJiCtjl1l1t J15 OI J A Fox WinchesterX10 00 Geo W Lewis II 1000 Dr B R Smith Clay Citjr 10 00 Dr B Littlepage II 10 00 J M Kennon 1 1000- J N Burgher County 10 00 Rupard Curtis 1000 W J Barnett Estill CA lOOO G S WareII t 10 00 W J Christoper II 1000 WilliamsII 1000 Asa Todd County 1000 W E Heflin Winchester 5 01 Bennie McKinneyIIII50QM BentonII 500 Thos Curtis County 500 A C BarnesII 5 00 R W GarrettII 5 00 G W ClarkIIII510q I Pete ToddII 609 u F Wright II 500 Frank Adams II 60Q Morgan McKinney cc 500 H G Burgher Clay City 500 A M Burgher II II 500 D R DanielIt II50Q W T Adamsu u 5 J II ORearII tt 5sOj Henry WaldronII 4 500 0 Shimfe88elII II 5OQ Dr JW Williams II II 500 Snowden II IIDavid 5Q GWj Anderson JrII II 500 0 W Campbell II II 5 OQ W Woolerytt H 500 John P Gaylord II 115 oqI II H HOBkinsII 11500 IIC Warmputb II tbAsa Barnett Estill Co 5 HJ Marion McKinney II II 600 Lloyd Todtl County frOO W Tuttle Estill Co 500 Cleve Sams I IJ 500 WElkinII II 5 00 D Puckett I tc COO asA Wallace II II 5 00 Reported from Estillcounty sums smaller thl1n85 48 50 T tar8i 18 60 George W Wells has given the right of wayori the north bank of riverI The La- stCutPrice Sale We have gone through all our departments and have marked the Odds and Ends of Winter Goods at such RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES thatsurely will sell them very fas- tTake Advantage ofThis Sale Womens Coots this seasons popular styles in long coats de sirable colors 1000 garments this sale S8760W- omens I CoatsBlacks long coats 8700 garmentsJ400W- omens CoatsColors long coats 860 garments 550 Womens CoatsBlackshort coats 8000 garments83ti0M- isses Coats Colors long and short 200 Pairs Jllehs Shoos at money in your pocket prices Mens 200 Shoes this sale125 250 II n 175 IIaoo rr 235 tr 900rr rt c rSTS 250Prp omens Shoes at the fallowing lowprices Womens 300 Slices this sale 190 r 200rt 125 500 Mens Hats will go in this sale 200 Hats will go this sale 125 250t a Ci It ll t I 176 75t II II 1 II II 50 3 Dozens Mens Suits 1000 Suits this sole 760 750I rt it 450 500U II u 350 400 I V 300 Ladies Skirts 5003 kirts this 8ale350250II lr rt 126 Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Hand Bags in both leather and canvas Press Goods in all grades and 1rs JW WiU ms i ClayrCityKy Noel QaincB editor of the Frrnkfort Crusader has secured nt Lawrohceburg a judgment for 2000 damages againsttheFrank fort State Journal and its editor W IVWalton for libel Gaines published in the Crusader a fac simile of a letter from Percy Ha to Judge Lassing which was used in the primary election cam painlast fall against Gov Beck hunt The State Journal brand ed the letter a fQrgery hence the suit Residence for I offer my SaleICity for sale together joining lots and young orchard and etc This house has several good rooms conveniently arranged Nice yardand all necessary out buildings for a comfortable home For par ticulars call at Clay City Hotel or address J W Chaflin Cloy City Ky sq Tax Collectors Sale By virtue of authority vested in me as city tax collector I will at the City Court Room Door Saturdaypri6th taxes due said city the property mentioned below or so much therof as may be necessary to satisfy said taxes penalty and costsW Jameson house and lotin Mechanicsville 8yrs aint 7 00 Nannie Tucker two lots cor 7th ave and 9th sV 8 yrs 5 78I Clay City Ball Park 2 yrs 846I Georgia Combs lot on OHi av 2 yrs 8 05 R B Combs house and lot Mechanicsville 2 yrs 8 54 A P JOHNSON M 0 0 LOST GoldLpcketEstill Lodge number 469 engraved undersignednameFinder ward Sam Carr Clay City Ky If yon enderwill iI1yolI lure a tiUI courtleo Jutiuo Tabs nndlltil Hf t Salve whIch epeodicwe ever cuyabie plue 01 I RHEUMATISM muchnheumano r DaeaseaudiaeInflammation elllutlonlJacka i all the aboveflre Intenrovcu with Ruiuin LuobagoTry a BQ Coni Bcxcf JUTiNE TAremETo the oral Icquiry Ju ypu viyiuiijr this we not mean two or three day- samploriiifrieal1 what wa sty that v lULTIUIf you desire relief send nt once wo Uk UmWrltoHARRiS KEDIGKIE CO Ctrnlnj lw- vU SALLA A JO Is anew- Dndnff Cur A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY We guarantee thatthis prepar anon will clean the scalp ofall Dandruff All we Is that you who are affected with dand ruff purchase one bottle and Try H It Is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean and very desir stronghealthy FOR SAIB BY DRUGGISTS 8ALLA OSANFQCOMPANY Hancock Mich- It Ur irufegtst does not hue It tend one dollar direct to uS and we will tend you a botllo prepaid rs 1 The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls l- And Flakiest Biscuit jp r1 Are 1klado Whon You Ueo 0 Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour t r f i- Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants I DUDLEYS DOLLAR J RAZOR j It is easy o buy some kind of armor fora dollar but you Wonder ifit is possible to get a genuine German ground razor of the finest razor steel with positive guaranteeonethatwillgrve you andean smooth shave j at this price that is what we offer You run no buying a Dud j leys Dollar Razor it is backed our name and guarantee and it isex= changeable at any time if not satisfactory We have made reputation on our razors andthis is the best dollar razor made and is to thoseusuallroffered at 200 Sent postpaid OH redo ofonedollar name your cutlery dealer WAV i O N ROWARE CO r Naahvlll Tonn etINISURE WITH SON I Leading Insurance Agents EalYteru Kontuoky e tolThe I J i Over aoooaoooo y 3 i Represented 4 fEvery one who knows any thing abut insurance know 1 they are leaders in this linen 1 fd+ + + + + + + f+ + ++ W dftiii++ t++++++ 2rJ V fV r 1 r i tk I rA Xv r THE TIMESI AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER rd s1y j THURSDAY MAR 281007 u ji 0XAX BREVITIES r uif B fiatdn wasTri Frankfort tVo days bf this week v J T E Tipton timber mail of Millers Creek was in the city u from Saturday until Monday W H Harrison left Monday for an extended visit to two lt daughters at Spring Valley 0 oJi Sunday is Easter which is us ually expected to bring up a cold if snap for the last of much consequence in the Spring p The town has been getting some free street labor from soy oral colored lads who wero fined h 5 00 each for jumping on and 1offmoving trains Circuit Court was not in ses sine Monda and this was an ae kcommodation to some of the ju Itntors who generally always attend f Winchester Court r 0 0 Eaton will shortly move his family to Jackson county e where Mr Eaton has charge of ifZ the working out of a large boun dary of stave timber i I In this issue J W Oliafln ad b vertices his beautiful home on Sixth avenue for sale This is very desirable property and should meet with ready sale c J A Kirk and wife who have c been visiting their parents at Kosslyn Powell county for the post month returned home Sat p urdayIInzel Green Herald to The blanks for taking the annual school census are in the hands of County Superintendent Irvine and the Trustees of the various districts are requested to got them from his office The family of J W Ghailin will move to Georgia or- Mississippi where Mr Chailn is now located as general mana ger of a largo saw mill and plan ing mill + MrsJ B Eaton has itt tho old stand one of the nicest collection of Spring dress goods trimmings and requisites to cor rect and stylish dressing for la dies ever brought to this city Call and examine this line and get prices before making your purchases The Sunday School will be re organized at Powells Valley Sunday A Sunday school is an auxiliary badly needed at every church and the Powells Valley congregation has found this out hence they now carry on Sunday school every year during the fa vorable months Found at Last J A Harmon of Lczemore 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 and chronic constipation will say taKe Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25c at SwaanD y Lumber Cos store Leases Hotel Mrs Jennie Russell has leased time Central Hotel to W m John son of this city who will take charge in a short time Mrs Russell has run this hotel for several years herself and has built up a good trade which will U ip 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 I lar spent with me I will sell until further notcerY Perfection lansfields Best Purity and Pearl flour 00 els per sack 100 lb lots S2 35 Shipstuff per hundred 81 30 500 lb lots 128 Crushed Corn s1 00 Meal per bushel 70 Granulated Sugar 5r cts per Ib- lOctsLenox Soup three takes x for s Flake Hominy 4c per lb Canned 11 r l t Oc per can Arbuckles Coffee 11Ftitl per package Navy Beans 4c per lb Pure Maple Syrup j i vt 40cta per qt 15ccan Corn 7 j v 12CU 10 I b v r- 1520c Tomatoes Supbrior uSlity 15II w I 5ou21 7 tiuf 5 25 ls t Pie Peachest r n Boston Baked Eeuns 3 9 HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID For Eggs Poultry Butter Hides Furs Feathers Rubber Beeswax and Tallow GEO W ANDERSON JR Originator of Low Prices J AI Cr j 1ihfi 2 yC3pjIF ilit r J ij r i1 2 t r s 4 tivSfitrt ice I p doubtless be kept up to the pros ent efficient accommodations Worked Like a Charm Mr DN Walker editor of that spicy journal tho Enterprise Lou lea Va saysIII ran a nail in my foot last week and at once applied Bucklcns Arnica Salve No infla mation followed the salvo simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guar pnteed atSwnnnDay Lumber COH store 25c White and Black Altercation Clarence Mitchcl white and Elmer Charleston colored en gaged in an altercation noir this city Tuesday evening and meet ing each other again in the east yesterday in which clubs and rocks were used Both were pretty badly used up and Charleston had to behauled home He received a pretty bad wound in the neck 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 meof chronic liver and stom ach trouble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Electric Bit ters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my bus bandsstore Guaranteed at Swan Day Lumber Cos store Price 50c For Sale 1 cooking stove 1 sewing ma chine 1 double barrel breech load- Ing shot gun and I will swapmy little buggy mare for a big heavy mare or mule as I have some heavy work Iam not able to get out from homo 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 makingand sewing Located in the Red River Hotel A damage suit for 810000 at Glasgow grew out of a charge of stealing a pig lived Her Sons Life The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee She 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 began giving hiinDr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed improvement I kept this treatment up for a few weeks when lie was perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery saved his life Guaranteed best coughand cold cure by Swann Day Lumber Co 50c and 100 Trial 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 lineI Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiEiisrooN Pres Capital Stock 200OQO Surplus 20030- We solicit the accounts of individ gals firms and corporations 848 J vv f i v i t Its to Your J InterestoJ To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place r Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Huts Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Haidwure Huuncss Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and take in exchungej 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 haveIto sell Dont forget the place A E BARNETT It SONi CLAY CITY KY I For The Holiday Trade Ve have the nicest line of Chriflmas goods including FineICandies Fruits Nuts Toys and anything to please the children and grown up people too and all will be soldat i ROCK BOTTOM PRICES I Lot of off season goods now being sold at Greatly Reduced prices and AT COST Nice line of 1907 calendars on hand Dont fail to call for one when you are he- reSwannDay I I Lumber Co Clay City Ky WILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTICLES OF 1 K WE use lfANlt OAb RS N ii HfTtfoD1SfIS TxDI MAwx 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 trial willconvince you thereIs no othersoap like It 2 sizes 5cand lOc Manufactured by IOWA SOAP COMPANY Burlington Iowa r HAYES j 1Healing Honey It has no equal for curing COUGHS COLDS- HOARSENESS+ and WHOOPING COUGH Take no other- A STRONG TESTIMONIAL II I am 68 years old I have suffered with a cough for fortY I have tiled neatly every cough remedy on the market I have never used a cough syrup that benefited me so much as HAYES UBAUHO HONEY It Is truly a grand medicine MBS W N LEVAN Paducah Ky yourdruggistsatisfied- SHOFFNERHAYIS COlnoP- aducahKentuokrk SINE OF A Happy Home To have a happy home you should have children They are great happyhome makers If a weakwoman I you can be made strong enough to bear healthy chil dren with little pain or dis- comfortl to yourself bytaking j CARDUI A Tonic for Women r It will ease all your pain reduce UfUunmatlon cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses back ache headache etc and makeIchildbirth natural and easy At all dealers In medicines in 100 bottles DUE TO CARDUI Is my baby girl now two old writes rsJ Priest ofweeksI ster City IowaII She is healthy babe and we are both nicely I am still taking Cardul and would not be without it In j the house The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY olFer for the Spring of 1007 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grope Vines Aspara gus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits Wo have noAgents Strawber ry and General Catalogues on ap H F Hil eivmeyer Sons Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackcnd Lime in L quanti ty Will sell to dealer or COhoCr ut Lowest Prices Will deliver a Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at tilt k us or 75 cents delivered in Claj City ntOPEBSIONAI CARDS WNeMNN N NWLIMNNNINNNNINLNNNNINNI 1 R A IRVIN M D I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CHY OITV f KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY ll ld Kimbrell Robert Slmnfessel of Hard wicks Oreek was here last Tues Iny Miss Emma Cnttmun who has wen sick with pneumonia fever or some time is much worse Jacksons Chapel is being given a coat of paint this week x- IV Duggin is doing the work Mr and Mrs D F Blanton visited Mrs Blantons parents Mr and Mrs John Groves at Ir vine last Monday and Tuesday Rev Henry Gardner of Trapp filled his appointment at Kim brells Chapel preaching Satur day night Sunday morning and Sunday night Virden T B Ware sold a good work horse to Dillard Hughes for t75 We are having nice Spring weather now and people are bu sy with their spring work Miss Grace Ware visited her sister Mrs Dillard Huges at Kiddville several days last week HoggCreekwith his sister Mrs 0 0 Curtis at this place and will make that his home Several from here attended church ut Powells Valley Satur day and Sunday Among the crowd were Misses Eva Myrtle Williams and Nella Minnie dem ons and Messrs Joe Clemons and Elza Williams Mrs Fannie demons wife o Elsherry demons died at her home at Pine Ridge Wolfe coun ty Saturday March 23 She was brought here Monday and her funeral preached by Elds B F Wright and J W McAlister and her remains laid to rest in the Virden grave yard Mrs dem ons leaves a husband father brother and three sisters besides a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss Fannie was a devoted Christian and a member of the Christian church at this place and was loved by all who knew her We can say Fannie is gone but not forgotten Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full 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