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I r THE r CLAYI i CITYI TIMES J I60 Cents a Year in Advance r Vie are here to help Clap Cit the Surrounding Country sad Ourselves T B Burgher Publisher t I 1VOLXI CLAY CITY KYITHUESDAY MAY 31 1906 NO 1OJ Sprung Goods Just Opened a Full Line Now Is the time to buy your Easter Goods Sicilin nsbluck white and colors j from 45c to 1 25 per yard IndiaJDotted Swiss Pique and Fancies Embi oider ies i inch to 15 inch es wide 6c L02Jc per yard Short length afc actual cost j pricesAlaces cheap Linen Blue Red and Linn color 12ic to 24c per yard Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at 85c a yaid all colors Ging hanisDuelsetc Just received a new and com Granite ware Every- thin iihoibekeeper needs a this V 8 pal lou bucket v50c- Liiiie Ten Kettle50OJ- fte or Tea Pot 25 Besides cook Spoons Cups Dip peiB Wash Pans ec J B Eaton 1 We MciQufacture t Sikh Flushing itIinr4 Ceiling Blld Watherhoarding- I Varitridas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc rttore Fronts School Commencement The commencement exercises of the Clay City Graded School was largely attended Thursday and Friday r hts The gradu ates werenpprnpriately attired and acquitted themselves in the exercises rendered very hand somely The teachers have done a good part by the school and all the patrons are wellsatisfied with the work and the reton tion of the two teachers with the addition of Miss Madge Wilson as first assistant insures for us another successful term this fall Visitors Seining A company of fishermen from out of the county came to our river bank this week and instead of patiently waiting for them to bite and be landed they proceeded to seine the stream This is a practice that should be stopped If ourbwn citizens are not allowed to seine neither should oi rvisitors The men above- mentionedI were on the public highway and seemed to defy all proceedure of the law Of course if they should bo indicted for the offense they will be safe out of the county ThatSpring Suit Do You Need One we have placed on our counters one of the finest collections of Spring Suits that has ever been sent to us by the manufac turer 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 tie quality Let us show them youLatest Styles C SHIMFESSELi CLAY CITY KY I RB61ANefi MFG Co Winchester Ky I We are Headquarters fore Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing j and Etc rM i f ri 4ISend us Your estimatesoR I i Frenipf Shipments 1 J J 4 r r k j J fiI I I f i J iJI A r L y- y + w 7w 111 Jw Tee PCent Accept The Horn Association of Louisville formed for the l purpose a reunion of former citizens in the States metropolis June 1817 announ ces that fully O per centof the Kentuckians who were shown by the census of l000 to be living in other Statesill attend the big event The WOO census showed about 600000 former Kentuck ians Acceptances indicate an attendance of between 55000 00000 These will go to Kentucky from every State and territory of the Union and from at least three foreign countries The railroads have granted the lowest rates ever given for a Home Oomin Week in this country realizing this very much greater interest has been taken in the Kentucky Home Com ing event than in any other en tertainment of similar character in the history of the country In a mojority of instances one fare for the round trip has teen an nounced by1 the iilroad Tickets may be extendedttt least thirty days and in some instances as much as ninety days Work on Telephone Line Work has begun in earneston the telephone line between this city and Stanton The poles are being set as rapidly as possible When completed there will be about twenty ftteatelephones in Slairton lintie cur e chnngp and communication be tween the two places will be free This will be a decided improvement in the service and will add to the business of the company much service tlmt is now lost in Clay City Sold the Questions Nelson Cox a school teacher of Estill county and Earnest D Clark a student of Berea College have been arrested for selling examination questions in Madison county The matter is being sifted vigorously by Madisons Superintendent and the grand jury now in session at Richmond has taken the matter up also This is a practice that is very tempting and it will take much prosecution to put a stop to it Bit Off Under Lip Jim Wilkerson and Breck Blythe both colored while load ing ties in this city Monday morning became angered at each others which led to blows in Wilkerson bit a piece slit of Blythes under lip They were each tried in Judge Fletch- ers court and held over to Oil cuit Court under bond for 50 00 each which they gave and were released Victory Without Results The United States government claims to have scored a great victory in dissolving the paper trust This may be true but our paper bills are noless just the same and we are not as yet ben efitted Its stylish if it came from our new colIectipriof modern millinery Anything to please the most fas tidious lisw as less exacting j Mrs J W Williams rr iL 11 o 1 t f a r ttR y Death of Bettle DouglasIMrs Bettie James Douglas died at their I home on Plum Lick Montgom ery county Tuesday morning of stomach trouble The remains were brought here Wednesday and interred in the Mountz graveyard on Little Creek services be ing conducted by Elder B F WrightDeceased was a Miss Mountz sister to Wm Mountz Sr of this city was fiftyone yeasr old and leaves her husband with six children One of the children is married She was a member of the Methodist church and was a good Christian woman The sur viving family have the sympathy and best wishes of a hut of friends in their sad bereavement After Whiskey Venders Mr Summers A U S official was in the city Tuesday looking after some violators of the wins key law He secured the name of some of the offenders w have already been convicted J the city court for selling whisli together with the names of sot important witnesses It seen to be a light job sometimes to I get off with city and state f selling liquor but when Un Slim takes a hold of them thei flies and there is no cd nuSeIbars Lumpkinp botn white were tied nt time grooms residence i this city Sunday by the Pev Law son colored This probubly is the first instance in the county where a white couple has been married by a negro minister and the notion is in no wise commendable The woman clime here hum Oklahoma about one year ago Dr 0 W Mclntyre dentist will be in Clay City to practice his profession nil the week beginning June 18th Any one needing dental work is invited to call and see him at A E Barnett Sons store Just Received A large assortment of superior Granite ware which we are sell ing 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 OFFICERS M H COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WIIITT Cashier r rrOasollnej The price of gasoline has gone up twenty per cent and still going The Standard Oil Company which completely controls the output claims it is on account of jbrought t this as the supply is unlimitedi It is because the monopoly wants x the profit This is great for the monopolists but hard on poor printers with their gasoline en gines When Congress takes theIt tax off of denatured alcohol we1 be flying but of course they will wait to advise the Standard first a- p 4 Nine Killed in Louisville Wreck t Nine killed and twentyone ini ed is the record of a smashup tween the Knoxville Er Louisville and Nnstvai and a cut of empty f a siding at Seventh and Louisville at 755 oclo Xbrokenfheel ginger I U- G vaniWe r arc offc superb line of i Everything the fashionable to be him Mrs J WAV Clay Wanted Want Your Roosters He Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky a p 4 ESTABLISHED 1890 w Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS 87000 00aa DIRECTORS M II COURTNEYrCHARLES SCOTT- J + Y F COX- J D ATKINSON A T WIIITT A General Banking Business transacted As liberal accommodations will be extended as is consistent with safe banking methods t YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED F 4 A S a r- I y y I V iI r1 4 J I Z I Z w I i t1- c kL j tr I c fFt1 + f- H r i d J k- F f f dit J t i ivi r i t i t f t 1 H f SPOUT SPRING A number of our people at tended Winchester court Monday II F Christopher lost a vhluy able horse from lung fever this week W Heflin and Asa Todd were among the Winchester court vis itors Monday f J H Dawsons three children are all down with severe attack of whooping cough 11 H Curtis of Locknane Clark county was hero last week on a business mission W E Heflin sold Monday thirtythree ewes and twenty five of their lambs for 22500 Air and Mrs Morvin Eubank of Clark county were guests of Mr and Mrs J II Dawson the last of the week- ecoration exercises were very opriately held at the Bap h Sunday Elder Geo 1 conducting the ser Floral decorations beautiful and the addeningaml thought aged he to- and e lOuses IV their goods ound tosettlor- esented to us idaway from home copy for an ad written r head which never trade Yes we believe in it periyje example Exchange AVe have a lot of the best paint in the world which we will sell I cheap If you buy 500 worth we wills ll it to you at cost- Littlepngcre i eC Son f Seven bridge companies and seven agents of the companies were conyictedat Norwalk 0 of conspiracy in restraint of trade J Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars 4 Reward for any case of Cntarrh Unit cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY tC Co k Toledo 0 t We the undersigned have known F1 Cheney for the last 15 years 4 and believejiim perfectly honorable in nIl business transactions and tint ancially able to curry out any obli jgations niade by his firm WALDING KiNNANi MARVIN x Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 iJHamsCatarrh Cure is taken inter 4 nay directly upon the blood fflndmucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free- BolcbydrugglstsJl price 75o per Take Halls Family Pills for con atlpatioDIrti Y it I 1 THE TIMES IUIIUSIIKI KVEltr THURSDAY J 15 Burgher Iubllsilcr- Snlscriltion Rates SO Cents per sear in aJ Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday May 31 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 a Louisville Commercial 76 11 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are authorized to announce A F BYRD of Clark county nil a candi date for Congress from the Tenth Con gressional district subject to the action of the Democratic party The Ungrateful Negro Poor downtrodden negro I Ho makes an idle wager in Baltimore that he will kiss a white girl in a white hotel and he walks up to her in the public Mning room puts his hands upon r and kisses alert In Chicago he sits down in a Itc restaurant and beckons a pite woman to come and wait pon him and when she refuses he goes straight to a magistrate ears out a warrant his the 1 arrested and sends her to- nL II downtrodden negro In Brk City mind perhaps in cities negro neh Jpld e women in a stafe of sla tto minister to their Justs Hie political power of these I roes is so great Hint the law u authorities have been utterly unable to free these white slaves from the bestial degradation in which they are held by their black masters Poor downtrodden negroIn this land which is worse than hell it actually happens that he is sometimes compelled to take dinner with John Wanamaker and to lunch witlr Theodore Roosevelt The amazement within me grows asI dwell upon the black mans woes and I marvel that Doctor Washington Judson Lyons Bishop Turner and others among em do not pack right up and back to dear old AfricaITake out of your pocket a five dollar or one dollar treasury note or certifuiate and look at the name signed to giVe it validity Judson W Lyons Register of the Treasury Do you find it Well that name has been a legal necessity to every treasury note issued by the Federal Gov ernment during the last eight yearsJudson W Lyons is a negro Tom Watsons Magazine Your m meyor your life demands the highwayman who takes his life jn his hands when he does it Your money or you starve say the monopolists to not only one but whole millions as they corner the market The one is a robber the others are highly respectable businessmen But to us it seems that more honor and courage pre required in the footpad than in the well groomed gentlemen who hide behind forms oflaw to do theirext- ortion In either case the effort is to get somethihgfor nothing from persons more worthy thanF thelhselves OUR BIO CLUBBING OFFERT By speciaK arrangement witlv the + Smitliern Agriculturist the popular semimhnthly farm paper of NnshvilievTOhiV wo ore able to giveoutreaderd the advantage ofacrubbing i lTer which ve believe is tholnost liberal ever made by any newspaperill the South In the first place we will send Agricultnrist old subscriber who pays us COc This great semimonthly farm paper gojs twice every month Ito 50000 southern homes and the regular price is50 cents a year It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern conditions and 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 covered including delightful home and childrens pages Sample copies free at our office Sweet Potato Plants For Sale Two leading varieties Sweet Po tato Slips for sale Immediate de livery J WMIZEV- nughnH Mill Ky Has it Occurred f To you why So mnnywheut flaked foods have ctwiuiindgoney Lmk of quality of comw Tim richness that is distinctively nnilcpiihle nCr um trinp jiyes itIt rnsie qua Ilty un equalled tIIIICCUUIlt for growing busint H I IStart I now and get full value for your dime Ask your I cer and accept no substitutesOroI For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like MagicI Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing tho natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modem discoveries In medicine making It possible to relieve pain Without bad aftereffectsYou depend upon Dr Stiles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They win also by their calming act Ion on the nerves almost instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as Plz zlncss CarSickness Inolgestton Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse- verIng In their use you do away with the cause Dr MUes AntiPain Pills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk I am thnnkful for the good Dr Miles AntiPain Plus have and are doing me Ever since thewar I have had spells of uovco throbbing head ache caused catarrh until slxyear- snloI began taking AntiPain Pills the remedy that ever gave me relief have not had One hard attack becauno I take a Pill dlflcultyOT0SAUND13It9 FREE torFrceTrlallPackage SclcntiapRemedyforwill case tell to1lgnbttoreeDnUUJORATOBIISS EUUIART iIND ti H 1 1 i 7f aI r Aij S JI See us tor tPIJ T If Ii 1 r j Your Wants in L 1- I I w Dress G00 d sI I India Linoris I p J m r I Persian Lawns v 1 F Embroideries F 11 Laces v- w t I Shoes 1i4IV K I I White Slipjei4 I Hosiery v ri Millinery iK I New Prices New Goods Courteous Treat Is irieni Your Best Interests serve by nuns fi tigating our lines before buying i I 4iiVirsj vv Wi1iiamsI I lay Gjty Ky Z mI i IJd tJ r m8ID l fli ls rr i The Whitest White Cake ti rtAnd l f I V t- Pare VJLltltU YIrokk X CHI THtf Pearl and Balers Pride lour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed I ySoldI 1 f it1o1o +++ ++ H + +++++ + +t+ + irINSTJRK WITH i t F A LYON SON I 4 F I+ wThe Loading IiiirnneoAgeu et t I 1 JiJuistoru L utitunlcv+ t t Over 200000000 tt Represented g + t t J r + Every one who knows anything about insurance know J 5 1 they are lenders in this line + orIr Jo+ +H+4 +J +K +dt +++ rM j POLKA DOT CANS EAll71FY YtuiuIoNzs1 each le JIuOIOM + INW IN iMwwwM1W iwmWMry nooa Mr SVli 1A until ln tumcm in pint tddi i cttty to the viKie end beau y ol std Jrakes ou a good aeiehbot by making i good neighborhood Rood paining u one ol of the belt innciimentt ind pays big rciutni in impro tdvtluci its a wring eel in ciptnu But when you paiotbuj y onlyM 1 i nS I I tV1MJmlud pain cm The ptlnt the It ready IomiswmhhosedoilpllonlotpdbnisJUN ACH PAINT lIId wcrecoIIDad 1t1U for every good neon we know i + Ig B Littl page Son T OfllPANY tJULAJcM r Y CLAY CITY i KY ft t tJ I+ r 1 i 5 1tM tun t THE TIMES i AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER t THURSDAY MAY 81 1000 Tv 0LOCAL BREVITIES The Methodist church is have ing a new roof put on this week i z Dr Irvin reports the birth of a May20tht Miss Besse Chaflin of Louis ville is visiting relatives in the city I Millersburg Bourbon county will have a new bank of 25000 capital I Geo Eastin of Mt Sterling spent a few days in the city last week fishing in Red river When in need of Hay Ear Corn Crushed Corn Chop Mill Feed etc Call up Geo Anderson f Mr and Mrs A J Barnett of near Kimbrell were transacting business in the city yesterday Judge W T Webb returned from Frankfort Tuesdav where he has been on legal business I Dr Littlepage reports tie birth of u daughter to Mr and lb Mrg John Vivion Friday May 28th The Confederate veterans of Wolfe county have organized I and held a meeting in Ciimpton May 15- Miss Leo For alll n of Indian I Fields was the guest of her cous in Mrs Geo W Rice a few days this week t Taulbee and Joe Mountz at tended the commencement oxer vises at Kentucky Wesleyan Col legethis week John Williams who Ihis been attending school here left Mori day morning for his home at Guyandotte W Vaa I z Mrs Williams has just received the most beautiful and nobbiest col everdTaplnJedI QtButlerHerron who is attend j tatrthe latter part of the week if Prof 0 W Oampbeinms been culled to the pnstorate of the tl Livingston Christian churli and Ailed his stand there S ndllYI1 Drs Littlepage and Irvin arej attending the annual meeting of A the Kentucky State Association- S 1 of Railway Surgeons at Rich The TIMES is inaebted to the Committee for tin invitation to attend the Mudison County Home Conning Celebrations at Rich mond June 18 MrsO B Dixon of Jackson is Visiting her parents Judge n nd Mrs W T Adams Her husband Dr Dixon was also hero a few days Miss Mayme Groves returned i home Monday from Warsaw where she is enraged as flgHtas- tsistant teacher She will spend vacatipn with her motherI r TOCURE A COLD IN ONE DAY I Take LAXATIVE HEOM0 Qui nine Tablets Druggists refundmnn i eyif it falls to cure EW i GROVES signature iaoniuaeh box 25c Ei MissiFloretta South left Mon t Jaf IL L f 3 r ri vtfyw v + r tJtrJ S a Jfr J t to r kt LL io r it 4 day for her home in Franklin county having completed her music lessons in Clay City for this season She will not return this full Owing to the incresed trafli on the LE road it has become nee essary to replace the present six tythree pound rails with heavier ones Relaying will begin at once and eightyfive pound rails will be used We note from some of bur exchanges that mule colts are still higer this year than ever before Many sales have been made at from 100 00 to 125 00 These prices seem to be out of reason but as the farmer gets the money it is good for us all Drouth Braken The extreme spring drouth was broken Friday night and since then we have hada plenty of rain and every thing is looking very promising nQw Pastures and young grass and oats were very badl injured but corn has grown nicely and come up well Advance In Rates July 1st the freight rate on ties will be advanced along the L E Railway 1 cent on the hundred pounds This means a drop in the ties of two cents each his each tie weighs about two hundred pounds The rate will also be raised on the L A railroad the same amount Religious Debate At West Liberty an exciting religious debate is in progress be tween the Rev W HBookn minister of the Christian Church from Columbus Ind and Dr Ditzler Methodist of Louisville The subject is Action of Baptism The town is filled with visitors Death From Lockjaw never follows an injury dressed with Bueklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Os wald merchant of RennseJiurRville N Y writes It cured Seth Buchof this placeof the ugliets sore on his neck I oversaw Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores 25c at SwannDay Lumber Con store All the ignorance in Kentucky is not corralled in mountains by a darned sight Down in the blue KI868 tother day the postoffioe was movedand not wishing to cause in convenience to any of those who- IItmioccasionaJly receive or send a letter the accommodating post master in the local paper The postomce has been moved from where it was to where it is now Middleaboro News Deadly Serpent Bites areas common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For thelatter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says They restored mywife to perfect health after years of suf r ring with dyspepsia and u uhron ically torpid liver tJ Electric Bit tern cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame buck kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by SwunnDay Lumber Gos store Price 50c One largn coal Riveting Stove ApplytoJB Hall Clay City Ky f rtlllinery Mrs VfyG PH trick Kimbrell chilr drens itrimmed hats and 1 infants capsr0 Iv tot6 A1f t I I 0 I a I r f- h I I ITIllI 1IDlttjon Send 40 In sumps for 140 describingthentire IProfusely IIIustnte lend rontalni polntf on Shoot log Ammunition Etc Beautiful three cotor Aluminum hanger will be fun warded foe 10 cents In stamps J STKVBN8 ARMS AND TOOL COP 00014054 CmcoriE FALLS MASs VSA Monday was a very cool day and fires were a necessity Postmaster Robbed GW Fouts Postmaster at Riv erton Ia nearl lost his life andwaS robbedof all comfort ac cording to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a se vere case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my dbctor prescribed Electric Bit ters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven yeare Sure cure for Billiousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derange ments A wonderful Tonic At SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50 cents At Mt Sterling an unknown person threw a rock into a C O passenger tnin while in mo tion The rock struck a passenger whose name was not learned knocked him unconscious and badly laceratedHijs head Fortunate MUsourlans When Iway a ilruKgUi it LI- vonia Mob writes 1J Dvyer now of Gruysyille Mo three of my customers were permanently cured of consumption by Dr Kings New Discover 1 andare well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and move to Ari zona but after using New Discov unnccI derful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaran teed by SwannDay Lumber Co 50c and II Trial bottle free There is nothing moreprovoking than an inuorect time piece If you have a watch or clockof this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler and silver smith and let him fix it All work euarap0 The Bluegrass Traction Com pany are considering the exten sion of their line from Lexington to Georgetown on to Owenton Owen county isa richcounty Without a railroad and the trac tion line would be worth much to the countyI A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrude ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money ifPAZO OINT MENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days 500 Farm For SitetFarm of 41 acres one mile from City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing springs Price 000 one h 1fc8hThi is a snap that will s upJI ifyou wuntto always be ontime k ol1 watch in good repair- S it Webb Y1o- d 5 ill 1 1 7 r 11 j K l t Y t7 t 1 1 hb 1 v 1 F- Its to Your Interest fo spend your money where it goes the farthestii and you dont have to go far to find that paceYOur store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishings Groceries Hardware Haaness SaddleryfFarming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods I l- FXi i We will appreciate your trade and take 5n exchange j foi goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest 1 market price Will pay yon CASH for Rnilroa a J3 Ties and all kinds of timber which you may hart 1 to sell Dont forget the place AlE BAR CLAY j Made for more tha durable and econoi enclosed and free froi- Acoldrollcdstatlo revolve requiring No I sails 48 sails in wheel A smooth running Chill ing rod A chilled ballbearing turntable and self I Write for Catalogs Ma and for exclusive IKMWT for ot nn priced aalso iuak t full lira otTenyTanks and IMMB Aso THE HELLERALLER CO Npe Black Creek Lime Works R Ss NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City Trees Pants l Vines III For the Springof 190G the Blue Grass Niireeies at Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Straw Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Agents StrawberryandGencralcatalogues on application to H F Hil eiMTveyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyteri an church Will be sold at a bar gain M Bailey t t 4 I I THE Winchestei B INCORPORATED i N H WmiEnspoojf Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 848 Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop TS Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8150 per day I IEXt 1 IDCNand doaerl1ltlo1a nut onlyayentnuo free oonddeUUIL fur gpunte- pelalacta MUDD IbSOa eosinRttoou caarrsI kilfic JIwcrkai- A bandoteeh Wltatrate4 weekly ea- culattoa of any adentiSo Terms N a ear roar 1braSsew- edleraCtsaiiiYkJ lit It a P7 I- w +r fr au r t r X e r f713 1 yey F JI tr Ie f II1 Blind Headachet U About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta GaU I suffered with blind sick headaches and backaches and could get L no relief until I tried I IWJ E NI commenced to improve and feel like a new woman and wish to it to all sick women for I WRITE fiUSFREELY and frankly describing your symptoms We consider your case and you free advice In plain envelope Dont write today Address visory Dept The dne Co Chattanooga it will cure them as it did w Cardui is pure medicinal meIvegetable herbs which a pains regulates ottman Kimbrell of st Saturday Igniters of sty on er ruH SmithTernal r ou S IT s Tap i e Martin and 1t tit venson I UOOO inules of Misses Mary Elen wnd Queen Miss Mandy Martin This community Friday PROFESSIONAL night with a MflU U Dr Bertram Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 4 OlTx up jtaln In the Central Hote Ann wr experienced Practitioner be foun day and night prepared to execute all kind o- hrg trIIII work known to modern Dentistry r lRA IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON y CLAY CITY KY B LiTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON d 4 OL Y OITV 1 KY t isRSMITH MD 1PHY8101AN AND SURGEON J 5CLAYCITY KY i y i CARDUI 1 Relief tones uptheorgans a proper state of health Try it for your trouble Every druggist sells tt- Ns in the wishes of all the farmers W A Tanner and Prof John Myers cut a bee tree qn Saturday and got about 75 pound of honey and saved the bees Beachum Willoughby has received the appointment as mail arrier for Levee R R No1 be eginning June the 1st John W Purcell and wife Lee Hackney and wife Tlios Carter and Dudley Martin visited G B Martin and family Sunday f W W Stevenson and family at Sunday to Clark county to Mrs Stevensonii father Wills and to attend Win tertcouttMjQiidij I Irs Jilda Willoughby died ISrsday of dropsy after a long td patieut illness She leaves husband three children and- a host of friends to mourn her loss Mr Daniel Stuard was married Thursday to Miss May Arnel at the brides father William Arnel Thos Carter celebrated the rite of mntri lonyWe wish them much joy a ESTILL ITEMS From the Herald Sheriff Durbin left Tuesday for Frf nkfort having in charge Daniel Icjic Lynch who has a sentence- o one yearin the penitentiary The Childrens pay exercises hid at the Christian Church last Sunday night was pronounced a gathermgof The family of 0 H Boltz who have been r ldln3at Jackson for the past year together with Misses Mamie Stella and James Ashcraft buve retnrned to Irvine Messrs Wm F Campbelland Earnest Campbell have purchased the grocery store and butcher shop of Wm White They will replen ish the stock and install a delivery wagon and couduct the business with a view of pleasing the public Winchester Court AH a cattle market yesterday war a flat failure Probly no more than fifty head were on thq market and they were of an inferior quality Theme was little demand and tbt supply was sufficient The beet sale were a few 900 IS steers at3 cents The fbllowing were among the few sales made Frank Comer sold 2 steers 70 lb at 3J cts JCD Fox sold 7 small heifers am steers weight 250 lbs at 8761 each5steers 670 lbsJ atSt eta and 3 heifcra 400 lbsat 6330 tr J V- PeterEdwardeold r 6 heifers 525 lbs att r t8 t R AScoliVeAsold 2 steers 000 Ibs It Cot ctsjllJ1d dry cow for 3 ctsA B Barnett sold 7 steers 800 lbs tttSJ tte and one of less weight at 3 tatsi Winchester Dom ocrat What the People Want is a work thatthey can depend upon Every family in the land will wont a fompletjhistory of this aw fvl dsn ter will want to b lIe thorouglllypostedas to the facts regarding the Sun Francisco catastrophe and the true facts ere given in the CHARLES MOR RIS work only togetln r with the eiue3 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 an educa tion in the causes and effects of e rtliquakea and volcanoes J H BARKER Agent Clay City Ky FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning 7 TAKE I A Gentle laxative IAnd Appetizer I t laavl M BAILEY Merchant anJ Custom lYll LLEfCLAY CITY KY w Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hanJ Grinds for onesixth toll Ilf You ARE r I Notice to Hand All persons nro hereby notified to not hunt or tresspi s an any lands belonging to the undersignedB Oliir names will be added to this list for 59 edits slothI I THE rarulet GRID REVIVO VITALITY Made a Well Man fM PRmTOD + atmT lrproduce theabove remits In 30 day Itaeti lI01IertaJl7 and Quietly Cures 10 will their lost manboo4IdOIIiI uatnllBEVlVowhich tmftaonefortndybudxeee ormarrlge It not only cure by iUrtlni itthe teat of dUeaiebnt brinelagtorlnt the fire of youth It wards off Tnunlty B1lDaI11OOlive writs pans e to ears or ntbemone Book and adTlie e Addrei lOYAL MEDICINE CO RESTORES Marine tJulidlarI For Sale inI Clav Oityt Ky By B Littlepage Son HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER The ecOoiiirJoiinial And THE TIMES Both one year for only One DollarFe- wpeople in the United States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all thing tit essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year and thin pa per for the price named above Send your subscription for the combination to usnot to the Courhr 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 organization plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend nil primaries of their party between now and the national earn paign of 1008 Itiso practical method for the organiza tion of the party by the rank and tile in order that it may prove true to its name and be the efficient servant of the poople in the establishment of reform A little investigation will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils oftheir party These pledges are pouring into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully filed by state coun ty and voting precinct- If the same interest manifested in this work during the past four months is maintained during the next two years the total membershipwill exceedfourmillion Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription bl a year By special arrangements for a short time only we offer the Clay City Times and Thor n1nr ei in Address all orders to THE TIMES Clay City Ky I I Tak Lax tIve Quinine TI 4 iwill wllta TWlYlt ITMTlat f i ry JfI JIiYiiL il rJ J lrI i i t 1 The Hagan Gas t1 1 I or Gasoline Engine The Kent the Simplest the ut t reliable the most Durable atolls Writ today fur particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER XT TRADEMARKS flromptl7ebtalnoc1 In Iandcountries or no tee We obtain PATENTS PAY a4nrtlJethem thoroughly c our and help you to wicceu reportlPASSING REFERENCES For freo Guide- Book on Profitable l tcnti write to B03BOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C nis KILL COUCHAND CURE TNT LUNGS WITH 1t l sag s NII Jisovcry IFOR cONIUMPTION nQHS and ctlH v Prlei t 100i1free Trlal i BurMt andQuiattOureforaltT- HROAT and LUNG TBOUB LEO or MONEY SACK Lexington EasternRy Effective May 20 1906 BASTnOUN vu Stations No2- Pm NoA Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 8 10f y L UE Junction 825 891 t 10 lty400 Ol3 j Stanton i 4 ilO p21 U Cawptdn June 440 9 5O Natural Bridge 445 651 41 Torrent 4571008U BeattyvllleJunc5t8 110ZU O K Jun6t 0W 1128 Ar Jackson 610 1lJONo1 WEST BOUND Stations No8P M IiOc 1Lv Jackson 225 625 20l3enttyvllleJuno320U Torrent 842 747 U Natural Bridge 855 801 11 Oampton Juno 367 g03 Stanton 425 628 Olnr City 434 887 LE Junction 503 910IWinchester C20 023 ArLexington605 10 10 Trains No land 8 dally No 2 and 4 dally except Sunday i Trains Nos 8 and 4 make connect i tionat Boattyvllle Junction with L Railway for local stations 1 i 11Unllwaytion wlthO a 0forMktSterlingie i J R BARR Gen Monager 1 r T0 Q1rea CoM in One nay Bromo i A1HIe A n1i 1 A on lGenPass cr 1 1 1 o vtry ta25c M 4- W gi zr r