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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u Rf rte7Pgyc 5 iiI TIlE CLAY CITY TIMESt f I I I 50 Cents a rearl Advance i We are here to help Qlaj itythtSrOdig Country and DrsetI 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XI CLAY OITY KY THURSDAY JUNE 7 1906 NO 23 I L m mm Spring Goods Just Opened a Full Line Now Is the time to buy your Easter Good- s8iciliansblackwhite and colors from 45c to 1 25 per yard Waist Goods including India Linen Persian Lawn Nainsook DottedSwiss Pique and Fancies Embroideries t inch to 15 inch es wide 5c to 25e per yard Short length at actual cost Val Laces at reduced prices A full line of white and colored t laces cheap Linen Blue Red and Linn color 12c to 24c per yard Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at 8oca yard Chambrays all colors Ging hams Duck etc Just received a new and com plete line of Granite ware Every thing a housekeeper needs in this line a gallon bucket 50c Large Tea KetUe50Co-nee or Tea Pot 25 Besides cook Spoons Cups Dip pers Wash Pans etc J B Eaton f f We Maijufacture Sash Flooring dooro Ceiling sBHt d Variindas Pickets r Stairways Shingles and Eton Store Fronts i New Spoke Factory J D Williams one of the or iginal large stockholders of the Mutual Handle Company has or ganized company and will at once install in this city a spoke factory of considerable capacity The site of the old Climax Stave plant will be used and wbrk will begin at once When put in operation the hew industry will employ about twenty hands and will be a valuable acquisition to the business interests of Clay Oily and the adjacent country and it will be located hero at an opportune time just as the saw mill is lost The spoke factory will employ in the plant more hands than the saw mill did and will give employment to a num ber of workers throughout the country in getting out and haul ing to market the raw material And again it will give sale to our farmers for their hickory timber which has heretoforebeen of no value to them Am prepared to do custom grinding every day during the week Meal guaranteed to be first class Bring your turn and give me a trial G W Anderson Clay City Ky ThatSuit g= i Do You Need One We have placed on our 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 ju ge the quality Let us show them youLatest Styles C SHIMFESSEL CLAY CITY KY I NBbhNtB MFG Go Winchester Ky Weatherboarding J We are headquarters fir Building Paper j Felt RoofingtFlintoid Kooning IIt and Etc Y j a Snd us Your estimates i 4 rVompf Shipments 1 j Gs I Jt h r t i 14f J Ih 4ivy 1 r r i I 4 it 1- p 1 t ky 1xf dMtnA New Company Incorporated The Elkatawa Fuel Company was incorporated in this city yesterday with J 0 Patrick of Stanton Carl G Holmes of Columbus 0 C F Brower and FG Ott of this city as the incorporators The capital stock of the company has been fixedat 800000 there being UOOsLares of stock at 8100 a share The business of tho company will be the purchasing or leasing of title to coal and oil lands the bor ing for sale and distribution of oil cr gis the mining and sale of coal maunfacture and sale of clay cut ting sawing and manufacture of lumberThe shares of stock are divided as follows Mr Patrick 180 Mr Ott 180 Mr Holmes 180 arid Mr Brower CO Mr Patrick is theI owner of a vauable tract of land lo cated near Stanton Kyon the Lexington Eastern railroad This laud is rich in a deposit ofI the hest quality of clay used for making Portland cement On one portion of the land owned by Mr Patrick is a large limestone quar ry which is also necessary in the makingof Portland cement lIE has been offered at different times between Srf 000 und 100000 but has decided to keep the land and develop it Mr Holmes is an expert on cements who was employed by Mr Patrick to come to Stanton and look over the Mound After an I analysis and teat of the inherent quality ot theclltu and limestone las lie timedriHolmespro nounced the clay tho best lit had ever analyzed All that was neces sary was to get the capital to de I clop the land Lexington Herald Teachers Examination The examination questions which were sold jn Estill Madi son and ninny othpr counties of the State before the May exami nation are found to have come from Louisville where they were printed The penalty for selling these questions has all along been 50 00 but a new law recently enacted by the Legislature and which went into effect the firs of this month makes it a penitentiary offense to sell the ques tions This is a good law and undoubtedly will prove a terror to the question peddler and put a stop to the unscupulous prac tice Some Valuable Cattle Smith Bros of Union county last week sold ninetyfour head of prime Hereford steers on the Chicago market for 6 20 which was 10 cents above any other sales for that day The cattle were raised on their firm in Union county and averaged 1884 pounds The average price per head for these steers was 110 80 and shows how abundantly proper care and attention is rewarded This is the fourth time these gentlemen have received the top of the Chicago market for cattle Its stylish itcamefrom our new collection of modern millinery Anything to please the most fas tidious as well as the less exacting Mrs JW Williams Glass and Earthenware in great variety at greatly reduced prices I vv 1 fJB Eaton It u J r 1 i- y i xli g S P IThetar session last night with four I Councilmen and Mayor Daniel present The regular routine of business was transacted until it came up to the selection of a teacher to succeed Miss Madge Wilson who not being notified of her election last month ac 5epted a position in the Irvine school then a hitch came There were two appllicants Prof Shultz of Ohio county recom mended by Prof Cassidy of Lex ington and Mrs Louan Ware of this county There was a di versity of opinion and a sentiment of postponement so motion to adjourn was quickly pass ed by tie vote Another meet lug will be held tonight for theI election of the teacher A Gala Time Two men from up the line whose names we failed to learn on the east bound afternoon pas senger train Saturday indulged in the sport of promiscously firing pistols Captain Brudshaw who takes a pride in attending to such jocks had them arrest ed and tried for the offense at Stanton Monday They had their fun between Lulbegrud and Argyle but willhave to pay for it at Stanton Prof 0 W Campbell has been called to pastor the Chris tian curch at Glades Madison county and preached there Sunday 4DrrL4e ep4gc e4iait9 tlIe girth of a soua posthefious child to Mrs W lIt Patrick Wednesday June 6 Mrs Nannie Wright of Rich mond is visiting relatives in the city J D Williams the spoke foe tory man has moved into the Taylor property Dr W O McIntire dentist will be in Clay City to practice his prufession all the week beginning June 25th Any one needing den tal work is invited to call and see storetJust Received- A largo 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 OFFICKKS M II COURTNEY President SCOTT Vice Pres A T WHI1T Cashier ESTILL ITEMS From tho Herald Walter Centers has purchased the farm of Wm Wagers on Station Camp creek price 5000 A new telephone line is being constructed that will connect the depot Estill Springs and Camp bells livery stable Riddell and Friend is the style t of a new law firm composed of t Messrs Hugh Riddell and Robt R Friend with which tho lawyers at this and neighboring bars will have to contend The com bination will be a formidable proposition for the average run of lawyers The plant of the United Timber Co will start one day next week The genial manager Mr Bryant infoms us that everything is in fine shape with a fair stock of logs and he ex pects a prosperous run of several months Tho company intends to add new departments to tho plant from time to time and an other year or so will see a giant factory giving employment to perhaps 100 men It is rumored that the town trustees are negotiating with the United States Timber Co to furnish electric lights for the town By the lesson of experience we find that the gasoline street lights are impracticable And it seems that the only hope for Irvine to ever intro a satisfactory lighting system is to make a deal with- sonic one having the nesessary to install n rlviv and- egmpmonts oo suj tfte Wii with lights n WI have a lot of the best paint in the world which we willsell cheap If you buy 500 worth we will sell it to you at cost- IIttlepage fc Son We are offering our customers a superb line of uptodato millinery Everything the latest and most fashionable to be hud anywhere Mrs J W William Clay City Ky Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I wilL pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS 87000 00 CHAS States DjRKCTons M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT J F COX- J D ATKINSON A T WHITT A General Banking Business transactedYAs liberal accommodations will be extended as is consistent with safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEDI I V f S V- u 11 i t t f i t 1 4 1i k11 I ZtI 1 ttI i tw l YJ w Ii Jhi IL 1 1 t SPOUT SPRING Elder Nk McIntosh went to Winchester yesterday evening on a business mission Mr and Mrs William Edge visited relatives on Black Creek Saturday and Sunday Elder George W Mcintosh filled the stand at the Baptist church both Saturday and Sun day Ifankin the little threeyear old son of Mr and Mrs Wm E1ias been quite sick the past weekMrs Emma Mclntosh who was very dangerously ill a few ago is now much better and will be out in a few more days Several from this place at tended the Powell County Union Sunday Schoool Convention at Virden Sunday and report a successful meeting The roads in this community Ire receiving some much needed attention They will be put in firstclass condition for the summer use This is an ex ample that should be followed by other road overseers in the county Good roads are the life of any community i fProud of Them Wo nre not given to boasting but we are proud of the farmer boys of this vicinity They are with rare exceptions a healthy intelligent and happy class of young men We feel like taking our hat clear off when we meet them upon our streets and no class is more welcomed our of fice Too ninny buys leave the farm where they would have nude substantial and good citi 1tens and go to the city where on lyone in a thousand succeed in t I e s utt tl letlare urlllClII who fairly drive their boys away There is no excuse for this The farmer boy is entitled to his vacations to several relaxations his visits to the city good books magazines and his home paper To tile observing one it is plain to be seen that the old farm is this best placein the world for tho av erage young man and never fails to bring a happier and more use ful life than the city Young men 4you who till the soil and earn your 1 bread by the sweat of your brow we are proud of you our latche string is always out to you and you will always have a friend in this paper Come and see us and give us the news from your neigh borhood Winchester Democrat 100 Reward Shoo The readers of this paper will be 4e pleased to learn that there is at t least one dreaded disease that science has been able toCure in all l its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now koown to the med ical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls 4 Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the f constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietora j have so much faith in its curative powers that they liTer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testM i imonials l Address F J CHENEY Sc CO Toledo 0- Soldtbytdruggiety7Ga Take Halls Family Pills for con pupation hr St ty f r+ r- rt THE TIMES 7 rUULISIIHD VERY THURSDAY 0 un J E Burgher Publisher 0 Sotscription Rates 50 Cents per year in air vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday w w June 7 IflOO CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates priueebelowThe TIMES ands CourierJournal tlOO Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 f Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS We arc authorized to announce A F BYR1 or Clark county as a candi date for Congress from the Tenth Con gressional district subject to the action of the Democratic party The Higher Courts These things they call Court of Appeals Supreme Courts and etc seems to us to be a nuisance Congresses and Legislatures will spend thousands of dollars and months of timein enacting one good law and what they call the higher court will knock it out in a dny And again they are the slowest movers in the world A case of urgent need for decis ion can some times get through the higher court by the time the matter is settled by father time but many ordinary cases are held in court for as long as twenty years and nilaccount of the higher court reversing the lower court which had rendered a correct decision bused on jus tice tried where the quality of the evidence is known and the re rl t ot I t e t t court where all the witnesses and contending litigants can be seen and their evi dence correctly heard and weighed bvtwelve good men The higher court knowing nothing about the case interferes and says a new trial shall be thus the litigation rolls on and on An exchange speaking on this subject says In our opinion the Appellate courts are revers lug entirely too many cases on technicalities and points that do not enter into the merits of the case Frequently cases are held up for a year or more and then reversed on some point of law regardless of the strong convict ing facts showing absolutes guilt In the meantime on account of such delay witnesses wander a way and cannot be secured on another trial thereby defeating the ends of the law and letting the guilty go Unpunished The serious results of higher courts actions were lemon strated at Hammond Ind a short tune ago when Henry Ug tQn aged 88 years after spend lug his farm in twelve years lit igation and winning his case four times against the Chicago City railway gave up in despair and blew out his brains when the road upon appeal secured new trialR W Miller of Madison coun ty Inns formally announced ea candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress ia the Eighth district He has served four years in the General Assem bly and will have strong support for the place f iDri8t will be at Clay City to practice his profession all of the week beginning June 25th t I A a If you dont like your job dont worrysome other fellow will soon have it OUR BIO CLUBBING OFFER By special with the Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly furm paper of Nashville Tqiin we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing offer which wo be lieve is themost liberal eyer made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send the TIMES and Southern Agriculturist a whole year to any new or oldsubscriberwho pays us GOc This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month in to 50000 southern homes and the regular price is 50 cents a year It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern condi tions 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 CUll understand All coveredand 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 MIZEN Ky Has it Occurred To you why So ninny wheat flaked foods have came und gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives It It taste quality unequalled This accounts fur growing business I I Start now and full value Gro1I For PainTake a Dr Mlles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear LiKe Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium mprphlne cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by Increasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as Q result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr lilies AntiPain PIUs to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual pains I Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their lmlngactI- on on the nerves almost Instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as DIs ilness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse verlng In their use you do away with the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk I am thankful for the good Dr Miles AnUPuln Pills have and are doing me Ever sine the war I have had spells of severe throbbing head ache caused catarrh until six years ago I began taking AnUFala Pills the onl that gave me relief Since then I Save sot one hard attack because I take a Pill dUftoultyaJCOSAUNDEJtS I FREE Write to us for Free Trial Packewe of Dr Mlles AntI Pain Pills the New SclenUflo Remedy for Pain Also Symptom torlgbtttFreeULBOBATOBUE8 JCIJUJABT INU 1 Fe- r1 + Frl f aImiI k m Jt fl Mlt i 11 Ii it llir I i i SeeIisFor1Your r- Rjt Dress Goods i M t India Linons Persian LawnsIEmbroideries L Laces V f I Shoes I S White Slippe sII Hosiery Millinery v Ia + New Prices New Goods Courteous Treat went Your Best Interests serve ifjMrs JW Williams I Clay e yKy 1 W m P lJ1JiJJ1 It tiIMlit1 1i w i The Whitest White Cake dietig stLlirRol sTrc And Flakiest Biscuit a v Are ainUe Whop You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY x Sold by our Leading Merchants 1 10 10 01 of oJ of rRISON t J 1 aThoLending Insurance Agent J- t 4 I i4 Over 41 200000000 Represented 41 vi ij tEveryonethey are leaders in this line I ++44YdFt ++++4t4++ f lHifN 4 POLKA DOT CAN3 i JZAUIIFY IIIJRNONZ I MMMraseta r = wrwrr AT =lrawrewwN weM+ rhAWAwVnMW 7rwrteMaw A- 4A = A I I scroll invntmcn ift pales ddr pesdr ro the wlee and henry oloet ropen u4maker roe i toad lie llbor by nukinf good ncithborhooa Dual it eon ol I erpeweg t I I i Theo see Indipwable rum tsS i lwoa aeq beau punter wIIIatbowl rkr Gil II tAl LA4 mf Pmsf end th aarr wq to III oed ro lIu it fretb aieIlltlllll the deJers betel net Ira ones nil The piles will tru WIllI lialleel oil pilon for lrglljLOCH PAINT and w ecI UN let cwry east we koo Jt I g B Littlepage Son Kin LocnrT trscon ANY 1 x A v 7 CLAY CITY KY il1 A qp w yr rMr4I t I 1 ijl I II1 I I JtHE TIMES t i r AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER 4 THURSDAY JUNE 71000 LOOAL BREVITIESi Jas F Clark of Levee was here a short while last week Henry Forman of Indian Fields was here on business MondayI+ W R Cassidy has been up the road this week on a business mission I rp W Barnett was looking after some Inmber interests in Lexington Tuesday 4 J J Conner of Austerlitz Bourbon county visited friends in the county last week Attorney Uhas F Spencer of Winchester was in the city on legal business Friday Drs Lemmfng and Mansfield two of Stantons successful prac tioners were in the city Tues day Teeth need doctoring See the I dentist Dr W 0 McIntire at Clay City all of the week beginning June 25 Mr and Mrs Geo P Doug las of Levee were guests of relatives on Hadwicks creek the latter part of the week Mrs Harvey Carr who has been visiting relatives in Brack en county tho past three weeks returned home Monday N Our Photographer John W Nenry is at his studio daily turn lug out some of those fine photographs he always mikes Mrs Williams has just received themostbeautifulandnnhbiestcotrebtiunof a in Powellcounty Cull and see S The new rural route No1 1c e vee hUB been put if operation z I and the first week we placed sev en subscribers along this route t Large quantities of tanbark and railroad ties have been hautd into market this week on account of the ground being too wet to work in corn crops V A very hard rain fell here Fri day which put a short tide in the river and made the ground too I vet to stir for four or live lays Crops are now very promising J L Martin of Vinton was in the city Tuesday on business Mr Martin is one of Poseurs f Jea citizens and is greatly interested in the upbuilding of the county Mrs E N Wilson returned Friday from a to weeks visit to her daughter MrsE Vaughn at Newport Ky Mrs Vaughn anU 1 son Master Wilson came home with Mrs Wilson for a few days- visit I t The blackberry crop is im i ease this year anditisl1 pity stluit so iimny of them in this cMiunty must go to waste because tfeMiHve n01lJn let for thenl slut we are going to get that 1iiing factory miller while CaIlIJ t CTO CURE A COLD IN ONE Tuke LAXATrM HR JMO f ifinuTiitiletH DruggUU refund uion tV HitfuIlKtil curl E W I iU1QVEfl signature ia on each boxy rIT1 i4o e M t- Ke Oftime iniiutuermmhlununiher nf tic year locusts inUovert j 11 sevruteemm 1f11 f rt r 4 iI I s r r f t the country strange Jto say they are shy of towns In Clay City they have never given evidence of their existence but you cant get far frpm town until you hear them The Ladies Home Mission So ciety of the Methodist Church win give an ice cream an straw berry supper at their church Friday night for this fieneSt of the church Everybody invited to attend and render aid to the good Cause Everymeana of highway conveyance must have been exhaust ed in Clay City Sunday all going to the Sunday School Convention at Virden There was a very largo number present from all parts of the county and the con vention was a pronounced success Musical Entertainment There will be a grand enter tainment given for the benefit of the Presbyterian church Friday night June 15 Both vocal and instrumental music is on the pro gram and the entertainment will be an exposition of rare talent under the management of Miss Esther Margolen of Paris Teachers Examination We inadvertently failed to give report of teachers examina tJon at Stanton in our Jast issue There were six successful appli cants four failures All the applicants were young ladies ex cept one ExSupt F P Tracv Prof Campbell and Mrs Russell constitute l splendid examining board and the public may rest assured that their schools will not be imposed upon by teachers who have tiken bogus examina tions Powell it is believed luis been free from question ped dlers this year An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clogged bowels and torpid liver un til con patiQD JjecmnfiSrclironic This condition is unknown to those whouseDr Kings New Life Pills the best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber C9Price 25e Origin of Flies Dr J N McCormick states that the common house flies which carry RO many forms of disease are bred only in horse manure and that by mixing lime with the manure the eggs will be destroyed This is a simple way to get rid of flies and is certainly worth trying Flies travel for miles are carried on stock ve hicles ect but the breeding of them on ones own premises can be completely stopped and their number greatly diminished Try it And screen your dining rooms and kitchens as a preventative of typhoid fever Death From Lockjaw never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Os wald merchant of Renfeeju rsville N Y writelIt cured Seth Buchnf this placeof the ugliets sort on hixiifcck 1 evtirnawCuriH tEl Wounds Burns and Sores 25n at- SwAiihDav Lumber COH storei t One litrgft COH Heating Stove Apply to J1H Hall Clay CityJvy f iliineryI l 8rW Patrick Kirnbrell imt n aftti ieslancbtltriinn Ical r I I r r 11I I i1f Ar r Iia f r- IllSTEfllll1 WHEN YOU SHOOT III You want to HIT what you are aiming at be it bird beast or target Make your bola count by thooling the STEVENS For 41 Jar STEVENS ARMS have carried off PREMIER HONORS for AC I CURACY Our line Rifles shotguns Pistols l Ask your Dealer la 11110 the STEVENS If cannot obtain I we ihlp direct fjr Jrtit frtfaiJ upon receipt ofcatalog price Send 4 cts la fir 140page nluahrk llamIcnce prospectlre for Beautiful threecolor Aluminum Hanger will be forwarded for 10 cents ia stamps j Ji Stevens Arms Tool CoI P O Box 4098 CmCOPEE FALLS MASS U s A Friends of Harry V McOhes ney Secretary of State say in in Frankfort that he will be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Auditor There are already three candi dates for this office but Mr Me Ohesney has a strong following Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S C paysi1hcy restored mywife to perfect health after years of suf fering with dyspepsia and a chron leally torpid liver Electric Bit ters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by SwannDay Lumber CoVstore Price 50c Mnll a fellow has made his mark by making a mark of some other fellow There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time If you- ttacee wAtciiJLcJudLLoLthiB Kxui take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler and silvers ithand let him fix it All work cuarnn An editor in n rthern part of North Dakota says if the pay went of newspaper subscriptions is a test of a mans honesty there is the biggest bunch of blanketey blank scoundrels in his neighborhood that ever stopped outside the pen Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Wil lis T Morgan retired Commitfeary Sergeant U SAIIf Rural Route 1 Concord N H says I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and being sudject to colds I took Dr Kings few Disccovery for Consumption which kept me in perfect health And now in we find it medicine the best in the woild for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed ut SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price 50o and 100 Trial bottle free The stove in the Winter sitting room will have t be taken down Give it a coating of turpentineand when wanted in the fall it will be free from rut AOUIt CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists authorized to refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fulls to cure in 6 to 14 days 50u t l1 4 ar von want to always be ori tjme keep your watch in goon repair Set Webb 1 I tl t IjI 11 t1 Ioi Ii Ii f m it M 41 x i Nt Its to Your Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nisbings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etcx1 Jf r t 1SoIP We will appreciate trade and take n IImarketI- to sell Dont forget the place It A E BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY KY t I PrtfrI1 t Mm U A S loui 11r 1iit 1 Made for more than a quarter of a century The most simple durable and economical Have no caual All wearing A coldrolled stationary steel spindle on which all our wheels revolve requiring No Babbitting IS A FEATURE e Fastening tho sails without rivets or bolts and the use of 48 sails in wheel IS A FEATURE- A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving tho actuat ing rod IS A A chilled ballbearing turntable and selfregulating device IS A Write for Catalog Mn and for czflnilre agency for our line In Ttdnlty and price We also make a full line of Tower Tank and rp All our good carry 1InlMTHE HEUIEMAIIER CO Napoleon Ohio Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanta ti Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or soil at the kilns 920 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City Trees Plants Vinest For the Springof 1906 the Blue Grass Nuraeies nt Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Strawberry and General catalogues on application to H F Hil ei meyer 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 gainI M Bailey I I l Iili BAKERWIND ENGINES surface- sencloaedaotfreefromduatattdtfeater FEATUREI TUB Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiKKSFooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ oats firms and corporations 848 Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop r Table supplied with the best the mnrkert affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 150 per day IEXPERIENCE CO TRADE MAMaIAnyone endtnl a sketch and llcrlPlIOft may certain oar opinion whether aD- InvenUon II probably patents4 1 e Commnnlca lIold Ilrlell eonDdenUaL IIAIIDIIJOI On PaleD sent free Oldest agency tor mecuflhlfPSSntS PaleDI8 ea allDll Co rece1 ftOtkf wltboat GllIIIIeo ID the ittlfIC JlmtrkaA bandsomely UlDItrated weekly tuntelf oulallon of any sctentleo ournai Terms P earl ions newudealsn- IUMi Coep =Io Mewa C- tI I r s1 4 NSeI Z r a+ r S r 1 rrrl- Sti tr x + +Ia noriT X- J ft t T J t Y s PAINFUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf fers from painful periods The eternal bearing down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take neofrdutWomans Relief It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood 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 confidence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies AdvlsoryDeptTheChattanoop Medldne Co ChtUno gaf Tenn Jeff rsolvilla The people are well pleased with free delivery of their mail TImes Flyn of Mt Sterling attended church at the Saints r Chapel Sunday Mrs Winnie Johnson of Bath county attended meeting at the Chapel Sunday Mrs Leach has returned from a few days visit to Mrs Lizzy Johnson ut Oluy City Misses Mildred Smith and Line Prather visited in Clark county last week and report a pleasant time f Albert Leach who is at work at Lexington was at home Sat i urday night and Sunday with his familyLouis Eads of Menifee county a u ycut Ace eSna v- yhro ig talitd xdd in the a ie- t recovery is hardly expectted Eads is in jail- S fflr Thomas Centers wife and daughter Mies Lizzy of Powell county attended meeting at William Willoughbys and visit ed G B Martin and family Sun day evening Snow Creek H H Vivion went to Kidd ville Tuesday on business We are having plenty of rain in these parts at presento W R Vivion and wife of Kiddville visited the formers mother at this place last week PROFESSIONAL CARDS NnNNW NNLANMNNMN M4MN1 WNNNIN4 WN Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up Ulri In the Central Note Ann where an experienced Practitioner any be bun b day oad night prepared to execute all kind 0 hlfta vrade work to Modern Dentistry Dka OLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D e PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OL Y OITV KY Or B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY t Vnrli JA i r- J I I 1 I rf SUITOED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than I have been for a longtime Mrs Eliza Eads and children visited her sister Mrs George Vivion several days this week Mrs Bettie Eads and little daughter Virgel of Winchester are visiting relatives hero this weekSeveral from here attended the Sunday School convention at Virden Sunday and report nice time and plenty of grub Decoration exercises were held at Log Lick the JJOth as usual Eld Frank Wright conducting same The decorations and dinner were indeed beautiful Virden Ye correspondent was in Clay City Saturday on business Jesse Everman of Winchester rsi a frfel1 u rat a er a8t eKj 111 Ji1 Mrs 1111 IfSusieffiverrnan visited Mrs Margnretolirtis onaday last week Mr Holman and wife of Bow en visited Charlie Ewen and wife Friday and Saturday Coy lemons and Vernon Clem came down from the mountains Friday tovisit home folks James Johnson and family of Pine Ridge visited the latters sister Mrs G D Cook from Friday till Monday G D Cooks mill has been running three days this week To hear the whistle blow it seems that Virden is gaining E R Hinds and C P Hinds of Lexington attended the con vention Sunday and while here visited their sister Mrs Lizzie CookWe have been having fine rains last week and this making corn grow and the weeds are hooping too The farmers have plenty to do now E B Olemons and wife of Pine Ridge Wolfe county visit ed Mr 0 0 Olemons and fami ly from Friday till Monday They attended the Sunday school convention while here Willie and Sudie Curtis entertained several young folks Saturday night and Sunday Those present were Messrs Charley Curtis John Will Everman Ira Scott and Misses Carrie and Fan nie May Curtis and Mary Ever man all ofPine Ridge Clark countyThe Sunday School Convention IJ I f I 1 1 I T c li tJitCt M ield at this place Saturday and Sunday June 2nd and lird was a decided success People from all parts of the county were here and several from adjoining coun ties Several able addresses wee delivered by Sunday school workersThe officers elected for the County Convention were as fol lows Pres J W Woolery Sec and Treas Miss Mollie Johnson Supt of Home Dept J W McCallister Supt of Teachers Training AAt Burgher Supt of House to House Visitation Rev R A Irvin Supt of In tenmtionalsBible Reading Ohas Ewen Supt of Primary Work Miss Bertha Mapel We thank the people in gener al for their kindness shown us and the helps rendered and their big fat baskets of grub Every body had plenty to eat and there was enough taken home to feed as many more What the People Want is a work that they cnn depend up on Every family in the land will want a complete history of this aw ful disaster Everyone will wnnt to become thoroughly posted as to the facts regarding the San Fran cisco catastrophe and the true facts are given in the CHARLES MOR HIS work only together with the causes leading to such disturbance of the earth and also the history- of similar catastrophes from the days of Pompeii so that the rend ers of this book will he an educa tion in the causes arid effects of earthquakes and volcanoes J H BARKER Agent Clay City Ky M BAILEY Merchant aoj C- ustomMILLER PLAY OITY KY Ctstoa work six days ii the we 1 FesGrI1t always 8bJ Grinds for one siith toll If You ARE f Notice toHune I All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or trcsspaps on anylands belonging to the undersignedB Outer names will be added to this list for 50 cents each I the Eras IGft3IAIJI REvwoVITALITI Made a Well Man a of Me aitiB11T0 = Rtetkaabovsenaltaln 30 Itaefl- elbandanteky CIInI wblu aU oUlHltfilL OM MwlUnfln their loaf manhood sad old a will isvtva IsontaklysadaureyreetomeNirvana islilbwerTwaagMcmmy WutliuDUauian lID oral of aeUobme or aceelaa41D4JICftUIII- wJlola an1M one faIt1I4InWa or manitfle III dlaewballacIns back the pick 1warodsssemushystoring ths tie 01 8yesh lidU ptlom laalet oa pocket ymallCM be earned in eMs IMpryacasteoMS sesseewItIa WI 111 eve W e 7BOOka A urn IEBlClNB CI lagCHICAGO For Sale In Clay City Ky By B Littlepag Son HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER I TheWeekly And rierJourllali THE TIMES Both one year for only One DollarFe- w people in the United States have not heard of the CourierJour nal Democratic in all thing fair in all things clean in all thing it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL oneJtear and thin pa per for the price named above Send your subscription for the combina tion to usnot tt the CoarhrJour nal A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARLIl 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 campaign of 1Q08 It is a practical method for the organiza the party by the rank and tile in order that it maytprove true to its name and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are careTullv 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 member bip will exceed fourmillion Democratic voters yearByAddress all orders toITHE TIMES Clay GIfy Ky A 4 ITLUativeBromo Qiin1nT e 1 = f 1 1 I r t The HganG si IItlof Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the must Durable made Write today for particulars We alto handle a full line offPipePipe 1 I and i GENERAL j SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty i 0 THE HAGANIGas Engine Mfg CoiWINCHESTER KY 1 and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In all eoontrtct or no tee THAT PAY advertise then thoroughly al our erpen and help you fo aeoo Send model photo or sketch for FR C E report on patentability to years practice BUR PASSING REFERENCES For tree 0l1l Book on to OSBOB Seventh StreetWASMINOTON D O a aamesosAS KELLTHB COUCHAND CURl THE LUNGS WITH ErKmrsfmi Nit tONSUMPTION IWPU ICJLH PrIIIJ ayaBt Gild afaa4 r- TUOLT and LUX U LKior XOOT5T JlAOK Lexington Eastern By Effective May 20 1906 BA8TBOUN Stations D No2- P m 1 j I i IALv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 810 825iL JcE Junction 825 887 Clay Xity400 U1a Stanton 410U21Canipton June 440 05b II Natural Bridge 4 45 UH Torrent4rd 1008 i BeattyvIlleJunc5t8 1020 0 K Junot 005 112Q Ar Jackson 610 lido WESTBOUND No3 Stations P M Am flLv Jackson 225 826 i 0 K Junct 2 806 29 II BeattyvllleJune 320 7 2Q II Torrent 8 42141Natural Bridge 355 801iCampton Juno 357 Stanton 425 828 t Olav City 434 887 1 11 LE Junction 503 OjlO Winchester L 520 023 Ar Lex ington10 05 10lP Trains No 1 and 3 dally j No 2 and E 4 dally except Sunday Trains Nos 8 and 4 make connect t tlon at Beattyvlllo Junction with L A Railway for stations on L A Railway and connect atOA K Junction for stations on 0 K Railway No 1 and 8 connect at L E tion with C A OforMt Sterling JR BABB Gen Manager r To Cure a Cold in One caY FfN Nol local local Juno 11GenPaI8A 1CInI=1 al I x l 4r0 JA f A