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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 24, 1906. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1906 cla1906052401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 24, 1906. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. it t- I f utti t 1 Ift 5 t ThE CLAY ICITY TIMEsJ 56 Cents a Year in Advance We arehere to help Clay City te SDrroonJing Country anJ Ourselves 1 E Burgher PuhlisherIYL XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MAY 241906 r SpringJvV Goods Just Opened a frill Line Now Is the time to buy your Easter foods I Sicilians black white and colors from 45c to 1 25 per yard Waist Goods including India Linen Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique and Fancies Embroideries inch to 15 inches wide 5c to 25c per yard Short length at actual cost pricesAlaces cheap Linen Blue Red and Linn color 12c to 24c per yard Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at yoc a yard Gmghams Just receiveda new and complete line of Granite ware Every thing housekeeper needs in this line 8 gallon bucketo50cLarge Tea Kettlew60Co- ffee or Ten Pot2DippersWash J B Eaton f We Sash 19a1I k cil orm Varaiidas Pickets w 8tiiirwayH Shingles and EltV u t Excessive Drouth The excessive drouth contin- uesI and all kinds of vegetation is most at standstill Many farmers who are not done break ing are held up on account of hard ground Grass cant grow and much corn cannot come up on account of no moisturp to sprout it Upon the whole the outlook for farmers is not very bright though a good rain will revive things in few days and as we have always had rain we are not yet the least bit Dr O W Mclntyre dentist will be in Clay City to practice his profession all the week beginning June 18th Any one needing dental work is invited to call and see him at A E Barnett do Sons store Hon A Floyd Byrd candidate for Congress was in thecity Mon day greeting his friends which are numerous in this county Mr and Mrs J H ORear vis ited Mr OKcars mother near Mt from Saturday until Monday Miss Eudora Southof Jotts Franklin County is visiting her sister Miss lore South thait i SpringSuit e Do You Onee have placed on our counters one of the finest collections of Spring- S lts that has ever been sent to us by the manufacturer and we are now In position to suit you In a new Suit pants and coats and vests Our prices will please those who can judge the quality Let us show them Styles C SHIM FESSEL CLAY CITY KY IiI i IEL1ANCJE MFG Co Winchester Ky Maoufacture CeiliniIllfihd i vSiofeJFrontR a wonderfully a discouraged Need youLatest We Qr tjeadquartersfor- Building I Papr t J Frlt ROOfiug l jFliiltiidlRtfiing e tyt randEiAI r I y X j 4+ iLtII I T I1 Send us Your estimates rlrcmpt Shlpl nts t iiJ t h1r7r rl 10 1 tn 1 j MustI be Stopped TheJit Sterling Gazette says Mr J H Wood of Ad ams Express Coompany has re ceived instructions to the effect that he must refuse to receive and ship whiskpybr other spirits into knownlQcaloption territory after June 10th = By the above it will be seen that no whiskey can be shipped into Powell bounty The law pro vides however for the shipment of five gallons at a time to druggists but as our druggists Little page d Son are of the strongest temperance people in town it is safe to say the whiskey traffic in Clay City is at an end The illegal sellers who have bobbed up have got as much law as they want so we can enjoy the free dom of soberair Death of W P Noland W P Noland died at his home near Knowltpn postofllce this county Friday morning aged 72 years Burial at his home place Saturday Deceased was a very prominent citizen of his commun ity had made tho race for Coun ty Judge once on the Republican ticket nnd was a good citizen Ho was twice married His last wife was a sister to lames Holman of Bt wen and Mrs II G Burgher of this city With his wife he leaves several surviving ivj w xchildren Moving from the State Walsh Co of Covingtonthe largest rectifiers of whiskey in the State is moving therr plant to Law renceburg IndM to escape the payment of the It cents tax im posed by the recent sessionof the Legislature This is business leav the State but Mich business is not desirable by thinking people and the less of it we have the better ollour peoele will be Kentuckys whiskey reputation is one the TIMKS has always deploredand we would bet glad to see every concern making it and selling it moved out of the State By all means let themgoe Tried for Selling Whiskey Mrs Mandy Payne Mrs Ollie Martin and Vm Bellis have all been tried the past week in the Police Court on the charge of selling whiskey in Clay City They were each found guilty and fined twenty dollars There were other cases against them but these were laid over for the present Bellis gave bond but the two women have yet failed to do this but unless they do they will have to go lo jail Family Poisoned Archie McDowell and family of four of Waltersvillo were all poisoned at supper Thursday night Shortly after eating they were all taken violetly sick and Dr Irvin was summoned who immedi ately went and at once pronOuc ed the trouble poison Ho re mained with them until one o clock and saveall theirs lives They are now put of danger but woroonivsaved by prompt action Its stylish Htt feame from our now millineryYAnything to1 please the most fas exactingVyo Banpuet at Stanton The Senior class of the Stanton Graded School gave a delightful banquet at the Court House Sat urday night It was a gathering of the members of the school its patrons and friends The courtroom was used as the dining room There were about fifty guests pros eat and instead of seating them at one table they were at sever al small tables The decorations were the delicate spring flowers which were nicely arranged on each table the generalcolor scheme being red Principal Mrs Sylvia W Russel and Assistant Principal Miss Mina B Knox re ceived the guests with a cordial welcome Teas ices ham chick en olives strawberries cakcnund several other things too numerous to mention were served in the latest artistic style Toasts were rendered by Revs Manning and Verco of the Kentucky Universi ty and Mrs Russell and Roscoe Welch Upon the conclusion of the latters address the audienoo sang My Old Kentucky Home Making a long story short the banquet was a success in every way and was greatly enjoyed by all present The musical entertainment giv en by Misses Floretta and Eiulo ra South was success and highly appreciate by a hoiise full rtf people at the Moth odistchurch last night The ladies are splendid musicians and are deserving of the high compli ments extended them A repetition of a similar recital will al ways be welcomed here W M Byrnes the strawberry king of Powell was in the city Tuesday with a load of nice ber ries the first of the season Mr Byrnes can always be depended upon to supply our people in sea son with choice berries both ear ly and lateJust Received- A largo assortment of superior Granite ware which we are selling at 10 cents straight Many of these articles are worth 25 cents each J B Eaton House for Rent Nice residence of seven rooms in eastern portion of the city Apply at this office Milk Cow for Sale Al Jersey Cow fresh and giving three gallons milk per day G W Anderson Clay City Ky OFFIOKKS M II COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice A T WHITT PresI Whiskey and Banks IFarmers ago writes Tom Watson in his Magizino for May during the period of great stringency in the Money market the far mers of the Wet and South pleaded with the Government for relief They asked that the United States Treasury lend them money at the Governmentcure the loan they offered to give a mortgage on their lands and to deposit warehouse receipts for cot ton wheat and corn The proposition of the farmers was rejected with a burst of ridicule and wrath which even now seems incredible 1I1he whiskey dealers were securing a loan of many millions of dol lars annually from the Government at five per cent interest That is to say by depositing tho whiskey with the Government they could use in their business for three years at five per cent interest the tax of ninety cents per gallon which was then imposed upon the whiskey The national bankers could de posit their property with the Gov ernment and secure the loan of hun dreds of millions of dollars practic sayliebond with the Treasury Depart ment and get ninety dollars in notes to be used as money for one hun dred dollars of bonds so depo ilcd Rut when the farmers nskcd to have the sumo system of national lohivs qededto madcotton y and wheat statesmentwhovol ed loans on whiskey and bonds could see no good thing in the proposition 1 Decoration exercises will be observedat Salem Baptist Everybody Glass and Earthenware in great variety at greatly reduced prices J B Eatony We are offering our customers a superb lino of uptodate millinery Everything the latest and mot fashionable to be had anywhere Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices ti GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky ESTABLISHED 1800 Clay City National Batik Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 850000 00 SURPLUS 87000 00 t L r DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT J F COX J D ATKINSON A T WHITT A General Banking Business transacted I As liberal accommodations will be extended as is consistent with s safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED 1 J xe y amt5 t c 4 ti I jM jJ f IL 1 61l t SPOUT SPRING v Mrs Dollie Tuttle of Fox visited relatives hero the lust of the week The soonteon year locusts are here in large quantities with their noisy song Moses and Shelt McKinney visitod their sister Mrs G W Lewis at Pilot View Sunday Miss Dula White of Hntton Kansas is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs W J Bar nett Elder N McIntosh is nursing a very sore hand which ho acci dentally got injured a few days since W J and Asa Barnett Moses and Shelt McKinney were among the Mt Sterling Qourt visitors Monday Mrs Texa McKinney of Ruck erville visited her mother Mrs James F McKinney a few days last week There are two cases of measles in this section though we think there is no dajiger of the disease spreading Mr and Mrs J W Dawson of Heidelberg Lee County visit ed the latters parents Mr and Mrs W T Barnett Saturday and Sunday- G W Ginter and daughter Miss Edithj of College Hill were here last week They were en route to see Mr Ginters father Samuel Ginter of Union Hull who is very low t The Season for Sharpers This is the season when sharpers workchurches lo gstJtc in the most heartless inumuT A sharper comes along representing un elocu tionist or lecturer He makes a ohuroh or lodge committee believe that his lecturer or elocutionist is a great drawing card and gets aeon tract signed for u guarantee The churchnrlndge committee then goes to work bothering the public to sup poet the intertainment saying it is for the benefit of the church or lodge hu1 as a matter of fact it is for the benefit of the sharper who has a guarantee for every dollar the enter tainment can raise and possibly more This sort of a confidence x game is worked every season and the people are greatly Bothered by committees us a result In seven cases out of ten where the people are asked to be liberal as a duty the money goes to a sharper and not to the church or lodge as is intended iii Piety has long been a favorite clpak for sharpers because a church committee is so easily worked + Exchange OF O + TOLEDO ISTATE LUCAS COUNTYss Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing busi ness in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hun everytcase cannot cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1885 SEALA u W GLEASONI F Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of ther system Send for testimonials free I1 CHENEY CO Toledo Oat Sold by druggists price 75 r Take Halls Family Pills for con sti pit tion o O a 1 j 4 0 r THE TIMES PUIILISIIED EVERY TIIURSDAY J B liurghcr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ai vince otherwise 5 Cents Entered as secondclass mall mutter Thursday May 24 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 tt Cincinnati Enquirer 110 tt Louisville Commercial 75 CI Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEflENTS We arc authorized to announce A F BYRD of Clark county as a dandi date for Congress from the Tenth Con gressional district subject to the notion of the Democratic party In this issue will be found the announcement of A Floyd Byrd of Clark County for Congress Mr Byrd is a native of our neigh bor county Wolfe and is now a citizen of our neighbor Clark He is a tried and true Democrat and was an honest And fearless official when serving in the ca pacity of Commonwealths Attor fey in the Twentythird district He si very popular in this county and will make a strong race If elected and he is sure toiO if nominated he will make a Congressmen of whom his constituency and the whole district may well feel proud Upon the whole he merits the support of the party as much as any candidate recently presented axLaw The new law enacted by the late Legislature makes some changes in the method of collecting and paying over taxes A different system of bookkeeping for the Sheriffs office is now re quired of him- Heretofore the limit for the payment of taxes without incur ring the penalty was fixed ot De cember 1st Now the taxes must be paid by November 1st to escape the penalty and the limit for State and city taxes is reach ed at the same time Heretofore the Sheriff has set tled for all the good taxes at the time required by law and then retained as his own the six per cent penalty A lute decision of the Court of Appeals however says ho has no right to this penalty and jt must go to the State In addition to the six per cent penalty imposed delinquents must pay interest on their taxes at the rate of six per cent per annum The Sheriff must re turn to the Clerk by November 15th a list of all delinquents and the Clerk then makes out tax warrants which are again placed in the hands of the Sher rill and which he must collect in sixty days if the money can be made off the tax payer Quite a number of other du tiesrecordsland penalties are imposedby the new law and the delinquent tax payer will have a hard and expensive time if he has any property Win Chester Democrat The mandate of the United States Supreme Court in the Ca leb Powers case was filed in the Federal Court at London and an order entered that Powers be transferred tom the jail at Newport ro the George townJail r y f + 3Ith I Jt11olllustOUR t BIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular sem inionthly farm paper of Nashville Temi we are able to give our readers the advantage of a which we believe is the most lieraLecr made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send the TIMES and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any new or old subscriber who pays us SOc This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month in to 50000 southern homes and the regular price is GO cents a year It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern condi tions dud is just what our far mers need It answers free of charge any question a subscriber may ask and its advice is given in a plain practical way which any farmer can understand All departments of farm life are cov ered including delightful home and childrens pages Sample copies free at our office Sweet Potnto Plants For Sale Two leading varieties Sweet Po tato Slips for sale Immediate de livery JW MIZE Vaughns Mill Ky Has it Occurred To you why ee So ninny wheat flaked foods have come and gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it a taste quality un equalled This accounts for growing business I Start now and get full value for your dime Ask your Grocer and accept no substitutes I For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like- Magic Not by 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because I take e Pill QSAUNDEIIS FREE Trlal1PackalrePain Pills the New Scientific Remetlyy OurSpcialistyou whatrree DR CO ASOUATOIWMIUCSYlfICAL 1 is- v 1 r 1fi tamBfJit J tr eL t I fi r I See uFArlP I- K Lif it I l J 7 j Your Wants itt t f 1- 1I rfi 1 Dress Goods r I T i t I i t1 India Linons I il Embroideries Persian Lawns 1fEl LaoesI I ftI to Shoes im1J IJtfl J I New ineryImend Your Best Interests serve by nves IItigatiug our lines before buying IJ I Mrs JW Williamsj I Clay City Ky I If 111ii 1m fifTtJl rJP a J i5n iIlIIhJm Jliil 4 The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls r i And Flakiest Biscuitt1 Aro 3Intlo Wlieii You UMO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteedtl MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KYf f Sold by our Leading Merchants x f i + + + + + Io + ++ ++ + +oSr + + + + + + +Io + + +oJ + + + + + 10 + + + + +INSURE WITH tF A LYON S0NiThe Loading Innitrniioe AcntlCi+ oi JQuHtoru Keutucl t 4 i i Over 200000000 f RepresentedY Every one who knows anything about insurance know lthey are leaders in this line ++ 1 + oHo + + + + + + + C++ + iii + d I IautrIaaC M P9LKrAeDOT CANS zAu7rffv YouiUIoMz Ii =w wIw rNin 0tt rMIUoiMp fIA mull ImcMiMsiM paint adds ftcttly to the value and beauty cl jour ptoptnj ad- makes ou J good acixbbet nukiiif icithborhood Good it one ol cIt i beu inveuirunn sad 1 iii rtiurat in improved viluo a saving not u tipenw BIIwhr foil piioi buy only a t i Thciti one infmtiblt rttiK why s reason every honen punier will ThtOil It f swre w to get good oil U to buy itlreih cIate rom the dulsrs barrel nos from the rce4ccl sins nil The psisi thlt is rlM1 to etlswllh liesaed oil piIon for pIIoDI PAIN sad we recommend usa X iorvery good rtnon we know Ii lg iBI Littlepage Son r 1- I N f i + 4 f I tJ I t + t if if tb I I-Iitt LIE f tjIi CLAY CITY KY S f cct 1 Y m itrlr t+ tJt f oj it t ri i 4ro J i 1 i n rt I 1 r t L7 1 111 rm l f THE TIMES A arAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY MAY 2i 1000 l LOCAL BREVITIES Ti James Bloom made a business trip to Winchester Friday r i T Quite a number of Powell Coun I ty people attended Mt Sterling j rt Court Monday Dr Littlepage attended Secretary I McCormicks lectureab Win chester Thursday night When in need of Hay Ear Corn I Crushed Corn Chop Mill Feed r etc Call up Geo Anderson 11 Mr and Mrs John W Elkin of Sams visited their daughter Mrs J E Niblack Monday 1 I The examination for colored school teachers will be held at Stanton Friday and Saturday Fhe largest gain in the school census shown in this State for c years is claimed for this year I Tobacco plants are very scarce f in the tobacco districtof the State j J and it is claimed that this wills s shorten the crop r Geo D Littlepage attended the commencement exercises of the Moroliead Normal School at More head this week IThu locust bloom is very heavy this year and as some claim this TJresnges a good crop year it will be hailed with delight Working togetheris the secret of success not only for cor porations but for the citizens of II town and county ns well Mrs William hat just received the most beautiful and nobbiest col I lection of millinery ever displayed in Powell county Call and see f C S Hardin spent several days at Morehead this week visiting friends and fishing He left the fish over there R P Hose sold to Robt Shim fessel nine head of two and three year old steers at four cents per pound Their average weight was 5r0 Ibs Prof 11 A Cassidy Principal Lexington City Schools will be present Friday night to deliver the graduating lecture and award diplomas The usual Sunday summer train was put into service on the LlE Sunday The train is of great convenience to travel and isvell patronized n i lInthe White examination at t Stanton Friday there were eleven a applicants The certificates have notyet been warded The board Will meet next Tuesday told Bass il on all the papers n nr Several copies nt the Stir Francisco Cahimity has been l sold told delivered in this city by Agent J H Barker It is a cote plots and authentic work sold at popular prices Miss Stella Combs of College I Hill was married jn ltilimond Jltifit week tqMr diaries Shirjell- of 00idllnlltLO rhfJ bride is a daughter of It B Combs formerly of thin city They will t 1 reside in Cincinnati fT 1 If 7 t TO SURE A GOLD IN JONEspAY ke LAXATIVE IBOMQ qui f nine Tablets Druggist refundiuln l Ic3y liflt fails to cure E W h tiGItOYES sigiature itUl1clichhlx J iAiit thujO 1ws 24 t J y J 4lt Ai r- r J t t t t Fti i Yrct v d f J f 1ri if JiI 4iJ rr i 1 i i rf h I S Boone of Stanton was transacting business jn the city Tuesday Torn E Tiptonof Millers Creek was in the city on business the first of the week x Miss Pearlie Webb of Okla homa is visiting the family of her cousin Judge W T Webb C B and Meridith Fox of Ruck erville were here Tuesday buy ing lumber to build a house for the latter Millard Webb the little boy who was burned last week by fir ing blank cartridges is improv ing very nicely Mrs W G Patrick and son Mister Owen vise ted Mrs Pat rickssister Mrs J E Burgher and children1ue day Mr and Mrs W O Hoskins of Winchester spent a few days with the formers mother and sis ter near this city last week Mr Hoskins also put in some good time fishing and carried home a nice string but he could not have done so had it not been for Gov enorJohn Baker son ofKye Baker of Waltersville Sunday morning while trying to drive a cartridge in a gun to shoot a chicken accidentally discharged the ear tridge which shot him in one ofhis middle fingers inflicting painful wound Dr Irvin was summon ed and dressed the injured mem ber Deaths From Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills increases They save you from danger and bring quick and pain less release from constipation and the ills growing out of it Strength und vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by SwnnnDay Lumber Co 25e Try them Dr Littlepage reports the birth of a fine son to Mr and Mrs Willie Larison Monday May 21 A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Vis us did one 25c box of Buck tens Arnica Salve when it com pletely cured a running sore on her leg which had tortured her 23 long years Greatest antiseptic healer of Ples Wounds and Sores Sue nt SwumiDay Lumber Cos store What the People Want is a work that they ran depend up on Every family in the land will want a complete history of this aw ful disaster Everyone wmAant- tp become thprouglily posted as to the facts regarding the San Francisco catastrophe and the true facts are given in the CHARLES MORRIS work only together with the causes leading to such disturbances of the earth and also the history of similar catastrophes from the days of Pompeii so that the read ers of this book will be un educa tion in the causes and effects of tinrtliquakes clad volcanoes One large cool pleating Stove Apply to J1J hall ClayCity lily Lawrencp Knox administrator if Sunili UakerdcccasLd e plaintiff vs T W Baker and rte defendants Order of Reference It is ortJurcdthut nil persons hoeing clhiint against the estate or Sarah Baker deceased shall appear before the Master Commissioner this Court Uoimilns Jackson at his oflico in the CJpurt Iiousn In Station Kun or bcfon the 29th 1900 and properly proye their claims lldtllo saimi with said Commissioner1 iIari nndPrtny hi1ill ut+ Clerk of I CIrcuit Court thlsathe4ti1dtiy 7ufuy 16U8 7 M u LYLEC ip o i ON YOURHUNTING TRIP1 Re cum to be properly e ulppc l ottaln the STEV ENS and you CAMNUT CM WWUSU We mike RIFLES from 225 to 15000 from 200 to 8000 SHOTGUNS from 7SO to 3500 Ask your de Ietetullnslst on our ar make If- 00clnDoI0lloln w thli fftiII cauloz price IIIUIIIral1 Qur ftltncttre thrwcoler Aluminum Hanger will be tent anywhere for to cents In stamps j STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO- p O 0054096 Chlcopeo Falls Mast U S A 0 W Russell of Louisville is the guest of his daughter Mrs J B Hall Postmaster Robbed G W Fouts Postmaster at Riv erton la nearly lost lira life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such n severe case of jaundice that even my fingW nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which curedme and have kept me well for eleven yeare Sure cure for Billiotisness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derange month A wonderful Tonic At SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50 cents A rood program has been se lected for Commencement exercises of the city school tomorrow night Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist It Livonia MoII writes 1T Dwyer now of Graysville Mo three of my customers were permanently cured of consumption by Dr kings New Discovery andore well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and move to Ari zona but after using New Disco erya short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as the most won derful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaran teed by SwannDay Lumber Co 50c und SI Trial bottle free flillinery Mrs W G Patrick Kimbrell has a nice line of ladies and chil drens trimmed hats and infants capsThere is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys leveler und silver smith and let him fix it1 All work iruaran m + If some women could change their complexions as easily as they tutu change their minds they would be much happier A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAJJO OINTMENT fails tocure in G to 11 days 50c Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres erne mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing springs PriceS one half ysli This lg a snap that will upJif you tfantto alwaysbe on time- keepyonrH ttch in good repair lrclnoWebb f tie- L1 P f t j I WL 7 Y r ti1 Cl 0 Its to Your- Interest I Ij fo spend your money where it goes the farthest J and you dont have to go far to find that place I1Our store is alwny ready to supply your wants in II Dry Goods Notions Clothing Tints Shoes Fur Inihlng Groceries I laid ware llanness Saddlery 11 farming Implements andetc I Iou Prices are Right Iare Our Goods iftVewill appreciate your trade and take n exchllngoJ lot goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest t 1 market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you play have to sell Dont forget the place lJ IA L BARNETT A SOS1 i I CLAY CITY KY3 ttl I E 1 i r 7 i1fCYroca 1blitn iIrJifl d 1l i l4ttirttti rt j A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving the actuat ing rod IS A FEATURE A chilled ballbearing turntable and sclf regulating device IS A FEATURE rIWrlle for Catalogs elm and for rxcUulve ago for onr linn In your vicinity and secure agent I nuke a lull line ut Tower TuuLtuualuiup ill our good carry with llwia our lull THE HEtleRAIICR CO Napoleon Ohio U 8 A Black Creek LimeJ Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Limein any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime Go cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City Trees Plants Vines For the Spring of lOU the Blue Grass Nurseies at Lexington Ky offer n full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vln s Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Agentsj Strawberry and General catalogues on application to H F Hil eixmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh avo with seven lots back of Presbyteri an church Will be sold at a bargain M Bailey A d f u BAKERWIND ENGINES 1durabte xnre Winchestei Bank ISlOlllUJUTED X H WiTiiEiisrooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO- We solicit the accounts of individuals firms aUlIlcorporations 848 Cray City Hotel J II EATON Prop Table supplied T with the best the markert affords Everything neat andclean Rates SlfiOperday YEARSill TRADE MARK rCOlltVRGHTa 1 ul sketch and dMer llnn ml 0 JfInvention a tlonntrlctlrconfldentliil on Patent sent free Oldoit agency for lecurlJllrntaPatents taken Muiin Co reoelt e 4 nutlet without cbante la the SdtltillC JllltrkaiA hUidlOmel lUtietratd weekly Tersest elr culatlon of any v ipartfour months fLpoldbyalinewsdealen h RlUNII lewyaat f mtxtlfb I stWaeb too ZfC tfj f of 1as x- Tr 4t 1 t9kL 4 F N t + I I I J PAINfUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf fers from periods The eternal bearing down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take ineofnlOWomans Relief It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confi dence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send freeadvice In plain sealed envelope Address La Advisor Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Virden 00 Curtis attended Mt Ster ling court Monday J D Groves of Elkin visited friends here last week Mrs Nannie Baker sold twoa hops to Cliff Pace for 11 G D Cook bought a good milk cow of J W Baker for 28 Mrs Sarah Adams sold one steer and one heifer to Mr Pi ratt for 25 We are needing a good rain in these parts everything is dry and news is scarce Mrs 00 Curtis and daughter Miss Sudie visited GW Ev erman and wife Sunday Charlie Ewen and 0 0 Clem OilS are hauling logs to G D Cooks saw mill this week Uncle Ras Fisher left Mon day for an extended visit to rel atives and friends at Conners ville Ind Miss Nannie Tracy of Clay City visited her cousin T B I Ware and family from Friday MondayAlvin is at home this week suffering with a severe S bruise which he received while 4 hauling logs on a tram car at Pine Ridge Wolfe county J W Baker moved to Lexington this week whore he has been engaged in the carpenter work Mr Baker is a good neighbor andt we regret to give him up but wish him success PROFESSIONAL CARDS uNYWMM4MhM4M1NMNNM WOM WM4 WMp Dr Bertram Smith y Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up UIrs In the Central Note Ann where uiexperienced Practitioner may be foun day ad night prepared to execute kind 0 dblghgradework to modern DentUtry i RA IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D 4 PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON J CLAY OITV KY t liAr SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CUAYCITY KY I oj of y f an1y It4 tr tw r I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle view N Cat my monthly periods all my life butthe first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than I have been for a long timeKimbrell J W McKinncy of Lexington was here last Tuesday on bus messMrs Vienna Curtis visited her sister Mrs Ann Patrick last TuesdayJ Cottnian attended quar terly meeting at Dunnways Chapel last Sunday- J W Tuttle is having anoth er room built to his residence and also a veranda built D N Witt is1 doing the work Geo W Ginter and daughter of College Hill stopped here a short while lust week on their way home from a visit to Samuel Ginter of Union Hall who isvery sickMrs Eliza Stone of this place was called to Wolfe County last week on account of the serious illness of her father MrA King Rey Henry Gardner of West Bend Circuit was here last week and is working for the repairing of Kimbrell Chapel He preach ed to a fair sized audience on Monday night and made a good impression on his hearers He will preach here again on the fourth Sunday in June Rev Geo D Prentiss preach ed at Kimbrell Chapel last Sun day by regular appointment His sermon from the text Ren der unto Caesar the things that ore Crosars and unto God the things that are Gods should have been heard by a larger num ber of professing Christians ESTILLI1EMS From the Herald The residence of Rice Benton about four miles west of here on the Irvine and Richmond pike was de stroyed by fire last Saturday The fire originated in the kitch en and a large portion of the house hold goods were destroyed No insurance Rev J J Williams of Wil more will preach at the Presby terian church Sunday May 27th Rev Williams is an applicant for the principalship of the Estill Collegiate Institute and it is his desire to meet all the people Come out and hear him Prof J L Carpenter closed a three monthssumcrptionschool yesterday He will give the pupils a splendid treat athis home on Main Street Prof Carpenter and Miss Madge Wilson have been retained If tr y the board of trustees to ienc be puplic school the coming term in action which will have the hunt V endorsement of the patrons with 4 exception A cmmittee composed of Messrs fno D Winn Jas West and C W Friend appeared before the State Board of Supervisors Tues lay to protest against the action f that body which raised the val wtion of taxable property in Es till The committeecounty suc seeded in convincing the board of he injustice of the previous action and rate will be practically the same as formerly Those who have an idea that all this talk about the Estill Collegiate Institute will ultimately a mount to nothing should comennd have a look The contractors are making rapid progress with the work and another week will see the building assumingthap nstatelystrupturefhe the collection of the funds sub scribed by the citizens will have to urge a speepy payment ofsame You will greatlyaid the work by complying with the committees requests In Mercer County Frank Ash craft fell over a cliff on Kentucky River 180 feet He Wilt uneon cious for a time when found sever al hours after the Mt but is now getting well Ho was drinking and is supposed to have walked over the cliff What the People Want is a work that they ran depend up on Every family in the landwill want a complete history of this aw ful disaster Everyone will want to become thoroughly posted as to the facts regarding the San Fran cisco catastrophe and the true facts are given in the CHARLES MOR RIS work only together with the causes lending to such disturbances of the earth arid also the history of similar catastrophes from the lays of Pompeii so that the read ers of this book will be an educa tion in the causes anil effects of earthquakes and volcanoes X H BARKER Agent Clay City Ky If You ARE Notice to HUIWO All persons are hereby notified to not humor tressnnps on ann lands belonging to the undersignedB Oilier names will be added to this list for 30 cents each I THE 0 OEUllAT REVIYO I IEITOREIVITALIn I Mutton Well Man of Me IIR2I1TCDIC Rteoethabornnlu In 30 day Itaetio- wezlallYsndQuickly Curs WheD au oUlaa fai- LomwlUrepiD their lest tntnhoodtndoia mss will Neorer their youthful Igor h7 asiag- BEYIYa Itquickly aD4Iurtlnea Nervous seas Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emlestosa Loft lowerlatlw Memory WII1DIr Diaeueaand- sR elects of eeli bow or escOllaD41DcUlcreU- OIIWh1daUDItlODltorlltu4TbuI1DenoramJa It not only caret by turtlaact the imt etdUeiMt ut YogreM aertetonto and blood baUder bring- Ing back the pint to rale oheelu andrs storing the tie of youth wards of Ineenlb- sad Csnmmpuon Insist on lIaDI EEVITOto other it CIa be carried in vest pocket By matt apoilIlesActIIOALu Idleg ILL For Sale in Clay City Ky By B Littlepage Son HENRY WAITERSONS PAPER The Weekly CollirJOilr11a1 And THE TIMES Both one year for only One DollarFe- wpeople in the United States have not heard of the Courier Jour rial Democratic in all things fair jn all things clean in 8Hthingltit is essentially a family paper By n special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year and this pa per for the pricename above Send your subscription for the combina tion to usnot to the Courier Jour nal A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge orgunization plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1008 It is a practical method for the organiza tion of the party by the rank and file in order that it may prove true to its name and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little inve tiga tton will convince you that the Commoner has bit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading DemocrutstoI participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully filed by state county and voting precinct- If the same interest manifested in this work during the past four months is maintained during the next two years j the total membership will exceed fourmillion Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription II a year + By special arrangements for a short time only we offer this Clay City Tlmes8ndThe Commoner Op 00 h Hrt110 Address all 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Stanton 410 9 f23- II Campion June 440 9S0- II Natural Bridge 419 54- II Torrent 457 1008 I BeattyvllleJuno 518 100 II O K Junct 605 1120 Ar Jackson 610 1180 WESTBOUNDStations No8 P It Lv Jackson 225 625 II O K Junct 2 80 0 29 II BeattyvllleJuno 3 90 7 20 Torrent 842 747 41 Natural Bridge 855 801 II Oampton Juno 857 803 II Stanton 425 828 j II Clay City 4 348 87 II L EJunctlon 603 910 II Winchester 520 02- 3ArLoxington6Ou 1010 Trains No1 and 3 daily i No2 and 4 daily except Sunday i Trains Noa 8 and 4 make connect tion at Bcattyvillo JunQtion with L A Railwayfor local stations on L j A Railway and connect atO K Junction for local stations on O K Railway j No1 and 8 connect at L E Junction i with Ob 0 for Mt Sterling J R BABB GenManagerr r To Cure fa C6W yin 4ne Day Brorao 60S100fTrialf No4I 1A OHAS Gen SOOTTI IIcra f r- iaczScta y Y I t J f I j tJthH t 1