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Digital page images are linked to the text file. riV JO ptIl it 4 a- jq L tli1l 1 r 4 iJ J 1 f I 0J J tf THEY CITY TIMESI I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Snrropn Jing Country and Ourselves i I E Burgher Publisher J VOL XI CLAY CITY KF THURSDAY JUNE J4 1906 NO 24 Spring Goodst Just Opened a Full Line V Now Is the time to buy your Easter Roods Sicilians black white and colors from 46c to 1 25 per yard Waist Goods including India Linen Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique and Fancies Embroideries i inch to 15 inch es wide 5c tQ 25c per yard Short length at actual cost pricesAlaces cheap Linen Blue Red and Linn color 124c to 2lc per yard Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at 85c a yard Gmghams Just received a now and complete line of Granite ware Every thing a housekeeper needs in this line 8 gallon bucket 50c Large Tea Kettle 50 Coffee or Ten Pot 25 Besides cook Spoons Cups Dip pers Wash Pans etc J B Eaton We Sub doom Ceilhig Fronts A Valuable New Grass The now self adopted grass clover is now furnish ing good grazing in all parts of the county Even on the spots it is growing the ground as well as good pastunrge for This grass is said to have been introduced from Japan by accident A lot of the soed was Brought to S 0 some twonty years ago in some ted chests and it was thrown out to one side but took root in the soil readily and fast spread to barren fields until it now furnishes snore than half the in many parts of the South It is welcomed in all where there is much poor land It has virtually killed out the largo quantity of that used to our fields the fall and winter sousons in Am prepared to do ing every day during the week Meal to be first class tiring your turn and give me a tria- lG11 Ky The State Com mittee met in Frankfort last eek and decided to hold a pri C CARHARTTS They Have Arrived IA large of the justly celebra ted BRAND of Working Clothing Made in an way for honorable men We have MensIed the sole agency for these goods section and invite your inspection SHIMFESSEL TheU CLAY KY TO THE C A Cwnartt Time Book free for the i A A KyIt Flouring I BUid Wtlltlerhoif1in Varandas Pickets- t Stairways Shinglesnnd Etc Btore Japanese poorest vigorously enriching furnishing stock Charleston Southern grazing sections broomsedge whiten customgrind guaranteed AndersonClay Democratic Consignment CARHARTT I C CITY CLOTHIERS PEOPLE r asking RBbl ANGB MFG Ho Winchester MaQufacture j Nye are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing FliiitoidRoo8ing and Ftc F it ioJ i Send us Your estimates J Promp Shipmens- r rky i L 11L r r i 4 y r f t I fv itaAilM r r y- q 1M e- b many election In November to eelet Democratic candidates for Stat offices Kentucky Crop Report A severe drouth prevailed throughout the State during nearly the entire month of May Partial showers began in some localities on the 25th of May ind continued from evqrvpartofwith more or less rain Consider able damage was done however to nearly all the crops by dry weather before the rains came On corn land and wherp the soil is thin wheat hits headed low and will be hard to save without great toss One month ago the wheat crop promised to be a bumper crop but for want of rain at till proper time it has lost very materially and is now reported twentyone point in condition below1 what it was in May Condition in June 70 May 97 The oat crop has suffered more than any one of the grain as they requite a Considerable amount of moisture in May and early June to promote a growth of straw The present outlook for an oat crop is gloomy The indications are that the acreage of Burley tobacco will be reduced below what it was last yeir Plants in a large part of the district many tc- tiontlilre ecnrcee3Only n i out one fourth of t criip planted A much larger planting would have been madehad the plants been large enough ujid plentiful17iere willnlsotty7 if mrg1Hf tn fegi of lInk The luck of good seasons for transplanting has prevented larger plmting of this type no there seems to be no scarcity of plants and in many localities complaints are made that the plants are getting overgrown Another good season for transplant ing iu the dark district and about all of this type will be on the hill Grasses and meadows have suf fered all over the State The hay crop will necessarily be a short one The drouth coming on as early in the season as it did checked the growth of meadows and made the grass too short to yieldwellClo ver both old and young have suffered for lack of moisture and the condition is reported low Apples and peaches promise something more than a halfcrop Other fruits grapes and berries promise better Gardens were injured first by frost and then by drouth and are low in condition We are in receipt of an origi nal poem entitled Class Proph ecy part of the commencement exercises of the Stanton Graded school composed by Principal Mrs Sylvia Russell It is a splen did poem and will appear in our next issue Lack of space only has crowded it out this week The supper and bazar given by the Ladies Home Mission Soci et3of the Methodist Church Friday night was wellattended and a neat sum was realized Its stylish if it cavefrom our new collection of modern millinery Anything to please the most fas ti exactingv1GlaSs and Earthenware in great ai6tyo greatly reduced prices J B Eatoni I I 1 1 I t V t h 1 or x l Y y x Y PY- w v 1itjj 1J ff The Negro at Berea The Commencement exercises were celebrated at Berea College last week and not a negro on the program The past year has been the best in the history of the college and there were no negroes Over one thousand pu pils attended This is over four hundred more than ever attend ed this school when the negroes were allowed by law to come The law enacted two years ago by the State Legislature prohib iting the coeducation of the whites and blacks has been a boon for the school at Berea which was then the only mixed school in Kentucky President Frost says that if the law should be annulled no more negroes at Berea The un precedented success of the school since their expulsion from the school has convinced him that mixed schools is not good for ei ther race He says the negroes interests at Berea will be taken for the whites solely and that money will be raised and the colored people fully paid for their property Scnrclty of Farm Labor We have never before seen labor on the farm so scarce and high as it has been this Spring It is almost impossible to pick up a surplus hand through the country and when you do it is at a cost of one dollar per day Farmers Ju this country can not titeordelicn prices andue are tt raid that the high price labor will ehop00ut the farm interests to some extent and cause the lund to be sown to grass for grazing as has been done to a large extent in some of the Bluegrass counties from the same cause However we are glad to see la bar up and only regret that the price of farm products will not justify the paying for labor twice the amount now demanded Dr W O McIntire dentist will be in Clay City to practice his profession all the week beginning June 25th Any one needing den tail work is invited to call and see him at A E Barnett Sons store Pastures throughout the county were never better owing to the recent copious rains 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 OFFIOKUS MII COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WIIITT Cashier The Man Thats Ahead In we taibehindbuzzsaw and the man behind the son the man behind the time and the man behind the tents the manubehind the kodak and the man be hind the fence the man behind his whiskers and the matt behind his fist mind everything behind is entered i on the list They skipped another of whom nothing has been said the fellow who is ever a little ways ahead j who pays for what he gets and whose bills are always signed Hes a blamed sight more important than the man behind t- All we editors and merchants and the whole commercial plan are in debted for existence to this honest fellow man He keeps us all in business and his town is never dead and so we take our hats off to the man who is ahead b To Prevent MosquUcss The period of heat is near at hand when the social mosquito will be singing his lullaby when the l family retire for rest but there is no rest then If each family will cover their water barrels at the kj corner of the house with mosquito netting the female cannot reach the water to lay her eggs therefore there will ho no wiggletales in the barrel If netting is not at hand put one tablespoon of kerosene oil on the water and it will kill euch mosquito that lights upon it Dont wait until the mature 11I0squit s are heard but apply the oiland avoid having themiWe have it lot of the best paintfin the world which we will cheap If you buy 500 worth thetwill sell it to you at cost- Littlepage Son We are otlerinj urcustomers u superb lino of uptodate millinery Everything the latest and nTofet fashionable lo be had anywhere Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Wanted Wanted i 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 700000 M II COURTNEYICHARLES SCOTT- J F COX J D ATKINSON- A T WIIITT A General Banking Business transacted I As liberal accommodations will be extended as is consistent with I safe banking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED IH0 r t- t y r F r tr I 1- M s aa Str q n + rntitQttt e SPOUT SPRING Elder B S Burlier of Winchester is hero for n time All farmers are busy and liir fd labor being scarce is the cry Several from hero attended County Court at Irvine Mon tiny Elder Geo W McIntosh made a business trip to Winchester Wednesday A saw mill has been located on Berry Bnrnetts farm near Lute but is not running full time for want of hands Mrs Nannie Pryor who has heel very sick i for seine time is somewhat improved ih ugh she is still in a very bad condi tion Kentucky Is theonly in the Union which boasts five native song in the United States Senate Jniiie B McCreary und JO S Black burn of Kentucky Shelby Moore Cullum of Illihoie William 1 Stone of Missouri and Samuel Hen ry Piles of Washington The Catalogue House When the catalogue comes from a mail order house draw an easy chair to the table where the light will shine full upon the page and put on your glasses that no bargain may escape your eyeWhat a wonderful book it is to be Sure Wonderful for what it Ices not contain as well as what it decs You will miss come things you would be glad to see Where is their offer to pay cash or exchange goods for your wheat oats corn beaus butter eggs and hay T How much dothey pay for cat tIe sheep and hogs fo b at your depot How much tax will they pay to support your schools and educate your childrenfor improving roads and bridges j the support of the poor of the county for the expense of running the business of the township county and stateOn what page is their offer to contribute money to the church What line of credit will they extend to you when your crops are poor and money gone when through illness or misfortuneI you are not able to send cash with order for your groceries clothing farm tools and crock dry Also stoves and ranges Most men would save a lot of money by letting others do all the speculating 100 Reward 100 The readers of this putter will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all 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 CWtitutiona treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood arid mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and the patient strength bybuilding up the constitution nd assisting nature in t doing its work The proprietors have so muchfllith in its curative powers that they offer One Hun V dred Dollars for any v case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials OAddreRs c JF J CHENEY cOT ledoO r Sold Jy druggists f5c Take Halls Family1 Pilisiorcpn 1Btlp Hon 1 TIJE TIMES IUltUSHIuU EVERY ThURSDAY IC IJurQheY IuliHshcr Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in al vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday June 14 190 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The Tins and Courier Journal 101 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 u Home and Farm 7b ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce A F IIYKD of Chirk county as a cnmH aato for Congress front the Tenth Congressional district subject to the tic tion of the Democratic party Hubert Vreeland for Secretary of State So much encouragement has been given Hubert Vreelandour present active and progressive young Commissioner of Agricul tute to offer himself again as a candidate for a State oflice that after mature consideration he has decided to become a candi date tar Secretary of State It certainly looks like he has won for himself the backing gfjthe farmers of Kentucky for whatev er he may seek and UK recognition of his efforts in their behalf since his election as State Com missioner thousands of them have urged him to offer for an itherState office since the Con stitution makes hull ineligible for reelection Mr Vreeland I has accomplished something in an olfice that was created for the farmers but which hind been of very little benefit to them and it is refreshing to the Democrats of Kentucky when they find public servantswho devote all their tine and thought to fijlfilling the du ties of their ofiice with energy and intelligence Mr Vreeland is the youngest of the present Stite officials and until the last State election had never been a candidate for oflice Although it was his first appearance he won his nomination for J Commissioner of Agriculture by a majority of 20000 next to the largest 1 majorityreceived by any candidate in the State primary J although opposed by two prqm tlvigorousland has a personal acquaintance probably not surpassed by any other young man in Kentucky extending to scores and hundreds in every one of the 119 counties in Kentucky Ho is a brother to John W Vreeland publisher qf the Farmers Home Journal and at the head of the v Democratic Executive Committee in Louis ville and Jefferson county and of Graham Vreeland managing editor of the CourierJournal who for ten years was the Legislative rlJournalThe Democratic nominations for State 111 es will be made again by State primary in November and Mr Vreeland has begun m active campaign Up to the present time he has no opposition Genius is often merely wellad vertised egotism Dr W 0 Alclntiro dentist IhiBIp Jltfakea to Jackson Curt Jevtt was taken to Jack son yesterday morning to testify against James Hargis who is there being tried for murder iJett has hiadeacpnfesfsion in which he implicates James Har gis and Ed Call hnu in three murders but says Ales Hargis is an innocent man and always tri ed to keep down trouble He admits killing Marcumand says that ho and two confederates killed Cockrell OUR RIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement witlr the Southern Agriculturist the popular somiinonthly fairm paper of Nashville Tenn we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing offer which we be lieve is the most liberal ever made by any newspaper in tho South In the first place we will send the TIMES and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any newer old subscriber who pays us GOc This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month into 50000 southern homes and the regular price is 50 cents a year It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern conditions and is just what our farmers need It answers free of charge airy question a subscriber givenIany can departments of farm lifo are covered including delightful home and childrens pages Sample copies free at our oflice Sweet Potato Plants For Sale Two leading varieties Sweet Potato Slips for sale Immediate delivery J 1V M1ZE- Vaughn1 Mill ivy i r ri III T RhtumalicSufferers I So many wonderful cures of Rheumatism have resulted from us- ingWARDS Rheumatic land Liver Pills that should know I of thIs great medicine youhaveI edle but1 T ethll thoOughtrial up by physicians and ns incurable have been relieved and rmanenUJ cured becuredjfexUy and commence Prlco100 Your drupirlsia sells Wards BbenmaUo and Liver pills Ith8 wont supply you sc ePt but send us 60 cents and we I Tr arkttorthi a ootl18 lean prepaid On the TiEPRIHCEMEPICIKECfiMPAIIlf Nallplra St CimirligeeN- assHas it Occurred To you why So many wheat flaked foods have come and gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it u taste quality unequalled This accounts for growing business YolueIII Y UL l 1 l 1 Pi 1 1 e i See UsFor t I g 4K 1 I Your Wants in f bo I fIt is vlWliW Dress Goods India Linons 11 Persian Lawns IEmbroideries rLaces ShoeslI White Slippers J I Hosieryt t Millinery rIjigLI I our lines before buying m Iligating JwJ rsWilliams I y Clay City KyI11 j Itom 1 mJ t w I The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit t J I A IO 31ndeYh u YuttUe- eoPearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants I ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + H ++ + + + ++ ++ + + + + tINSURE WITH 1 I F A LYON SON1 The Lending iiNiirmioo A gouts tof Eastern OJltuoJc + + J i Over 200000000 iRepresented1ft one who knows angtbin about insurnce know t- t ifPOLKA OAT CANS f jSs s- I I 1 Qc WIT r I W iM s IM 00P I a I f TM M M itrMM1I MI rae- ti u 4 t neo prrW M s e is I IlUfA aa to palnlad uady iohe value and besoey6I rout proPlnu4 i I makes yw a toedan1hbot lup i GOd ntlghbMhood p It eas ol the but bl fetgrAs in improved value uviof cot ui cipcow But wbcii rov esint buy only i r I I D u r Jitillod b i C JIll TbtrcVem ladle utabie reason why irtitoo evtry Ipunier wUI cknci I TAt Oil it thi Uf offtu l the sure to rlaoodoill 19 bu1e wiedgeN lure torn the dealers bind not from the IILOCHmaed piiiicia I cha11t ts mlx h oil lot gallon n R TAINT fwd urecymmfpd Ws lot every good tesaoawekaow B yttlepagsl pn- I R t 1 l CLAY CITY tftxn I J t Iii tIhrCi I 1- l vitell l- t 1irtt t I I Ci i C S t ItT J j A r t t i l ltY 41p+ 1 lfi I 1 I D J 41 1 r THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER S THURSDAY JUNE 14 1000 I LOOAL BREVITIES I i thisriI timberinJ A Roberts merchant of f1 West Bend was here on business Tuesday r Mrs W R Oassidy is visiting her sister Mrs A E Sams at Winchester I James B Hall has moved with his family to his new home at Lexington The June examination for j white teachers will be held at Stanton Friday and Saturday I J L Fortner of Bowen bought a span of d mules of 00 West of Montgomery county for 850 Teeth need doctoring See the dentist Dr W 0 McIntire at I Clay City all of the week beginning I June 25- Merchant Crooks of Rosslyn I was the guest of his brother jOhas Orooks in the city Satur i day and Sunday There has been a number of scattering showers over the coun try the past week but none of them have struck this place D M Henry of Louisville was here this week visiting his brother John W Henry and other relatives in the county t Mrs Williams has junt reived the most beautiful mid nnbliierft cpU ec Jn of millinery ever lisp ayed in Powell county Cull and see Prof and Mrs C W Vamp boll left Friday to visit the lut ters parents at Lexington and the parents of the former at Ir vine 00 West and I J Chase of Levee were here Monday on bus iness and While in the city gave our office a pleasant call and rouch subscribed for the TIMES i Mrs J E Burgher and chil dren visited relatives at Win chester the last of the week and attended the Commencement ex orcises of the Winchester city school FridayI A good gentle rain fell yester day all of the forenoon greatly refreshing vegetation winch was beginning to need a shower We are very seasonable now and Av crops that have been properly cultivated are growing very fast Chief Police A P Johnson attended the funeral Friday of his sister Mrs Nannie Davis at North Middletown Mr Johnson was summoned there Thurs dayon account of her serious iV nessbutelie wits dead whoa he arrived J The locusts are getting quiet and willsoon begone frpiua i its for seventeen years SThey have proven to be a very l armless creaturerind as t1y 4 come to see us so seldom they should beii1coiatQl rather 1thl despised J- k TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY 4 1 lake LAXATIVE BRQMQ iQui rtl nineTafye i Druggist refindmnn Ii 11 list falls to cure i W I r rfftjiiRpyES Signature on pach box r r25c eif I lli i Y 110I J Fyrltl1 RitC Di ttTA yi a 1 rl F tt shxtil 4v r k jll t ynf c f fll H iHd SCsFy Y 7 C i nil Ifl l Teacher Selected Prof Shultz was elected first assistant teacher by the school board Thursday night to take the place of Miss Madge Wilson who was elected in May but who ac cepted a position in the Irvine school before she was notified of her selection in tnis school Society The Kentucky Valley Medical I Association will holdiig twenty second semi anntlal meeting at Torrent next Thursday and Fri day Dr Littlepage of thiscity is Secretary of the society and Dr Mansfield of Stanton will read a paper at the meeting on typhoid fever I To Speak at Stanton Hon J Banfprd White of Ir vine Democratic candidate for Oongres will speak at Stanton Monday June 18 at 1 oclock p m inthe interest of his candidacy Mr White servedone term in Congress and is very pop ular in all parts of the district He is a strong candidate and is exceedingly popular in Powell his native county His constitu ency will give him a good turn out Monday Alfalfa Doing Well There are a few crops of alfal fa throughout the country all of which has been mowed once and is now growing fast for another cutting What has been sown in Powell has done well so far and the new grass is very promising for us when properly introduced A few more plats have been sown tills Spring and all that we have heard from is doing well arid promises a crop later An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clogged bowels and torpid liver un til constipfitinnbttf yeA oltfonitv This condition is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the best earl gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guarnntepd by SwannDay Lumber Co Price 25c Change of Date Dr O W McIntire who has advertised by local lines to be here the week beginning June 18th to practice dentistry finds it impossible to get here at that tune but will be here the next beginningIrection in mind when you come to have your work done 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 RensselicrsviHe N Y writes It cured Seth Bichof this placeof the ugliets sore on hifuieck IeversawCures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores 25c at SwannDay Lumber COH store What Advertising Means Advertising is to the merchant what plowing and sowing are to the farmer Imagine a farmer tryinglQ raise a crop by sitting on the fence 10ofiing over the farm and wishing ofji nice crop of whe ttQK gore to spring up on if R5liculpuBjiBn tit4 but not much spore so than the merchant wjiphidep a stock of goods away in a stqre rpqnx and then sits down OJIthe pmter hoping That the ipeoplpj wjll come in and trade with inrh t Millinery MwW h Patrick Kiuibroll liar luce IsltriIJioeolldisaldchn1 ceps- t lJI 4 P tIA r q rK j J r ikI 3I 411r I 9t- tr + m r we 4- hNk y- f Si4 ON YOUR HUNTING TRIPI Be sure la bi properly equippedluln the STEV ENS lad you CANNOT GO WKONd We make BTFLBS from 9225 to 16000 2BOto 8000 SHOTGUNSfrom 750 to sroo I prlcI1111lratod pus itttnttlre lhreecolorAlumlaum hanger will tisent anywhere for so cents In stamps J 8TXYXH8 sans AND TOOL Co- P O Dot 409- 4CUeoMe Ttlk HMI V S A Musical Concert The Musical Concert at the Presbyterian church tomorrow night for the benefit of the church promises to be a rare treat for our people The talent engaged has no superiors and every lover of music should come out and hear this grand enter tainment at the same time aid in a most worthy cause Deadly S spent 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 says They restored mywife to perfect health after years of suf fering with dyspepsia and a chron ically torpid liver It Electrip Bit ters cure chills and fever maltria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorder Sold on guarantee by Swann Day r ltJJUC Opportunity only knocks once after that our friends do it There is nothing more provoking than an ineoruct time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler and silver smith and let him fix it All work guitrnnoH When you see a man reading How to make Easy Money in Wall Street its tinge to collect that dollar he owes you Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba andthe Philippines health teas the most important consideration Willis T Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant U S Atlf Rural Route 1 Concord N IL says H was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and being qudject to ldsl took Dr Kings New Dfsccovery for Consumption which kept me in perfect healthAnd now In New Hampshire wo find it the best medicine in the world for coughs coWs bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed ut SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Things have reaohed a point In I Oklahoma where even a cyclone eel lar iwnot a place of safety A ne gro at Synder was recently blown out of one and ids clothes and most of hjs skin blown off Gasoline was stored in the cellar a lighted match did the rest A GUARANTEED CURB FOR pILES Itching BUn Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINT MINT fells tp pure in 6 to 14 days 60o J If you wants to always be on time keep your watch in good repair seeebbL r a h a stI ial y51 t 1r Its to Your Interest t I- To spend your money where it goes the farthest i and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Haidware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods I We will appreciate your trade and take sn exchange 7afoi goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroadi a Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the place I A E BARNETT a SON SL I r1CLAY CITY KYrj Jit lli f I I enclosed and free from dust and weather A coldrolled steel spindle on which all our wheels revolve requiring No Babbitting IS A FEATURE I Fastening the sails without rivets or bolts and tho use of I 48 sails in wheel IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric drivlnl the nctuat ing rod IS A A chilled ball bearing turntabl and selfregulating device IS A Write for Mr and roe tzcliuln for our line In vicinity and UoYrgoodecarry TM HCiEMAi cfv co Napoleon Ohio Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL CITY KY Unslackcnd Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 90 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City Trees Plants Vines For the Springof 190G the Blue Grass Nurseies at 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 Agents Strawberry and General catalogues on application H F Hileivnveyer Sons I JUBXIHGTOH KY Tewp Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyterian church Will be sold at a bar Bailey I t- f t i i1 t9irv r tjite tlA- y ek Mal BAKERWIND simpledurablo DdraaranteeSvoalaonukea191111ueo1TwerTantandVamp FEATURI ProprietorC- LAY gainM eri ENGINES THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiErsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 848 Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop 7t Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8160 per day 60 YEARS- rEXPERIENCE I C1PlalG8eiuu Ii ketehanddesod lea may qwohmt au at nt- aaenfrOIdNtgaa P u CO reooI tik wtt AhandNaelyflIuatratadwwll tint h1111M IarnetolfoJeuliUOn of ou Term to a tillDUII ap7 uId1 Jp 1 It ttr k ll 11 h lO r rtrfi f Aj LY r d ut V C N J tai f v v j r i lII S0 Itf 1 I r t i j F rfI ji I Blind HeadacheU About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta Ga 1 suffered with blind sick headaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried It 1 WINE L OF CAROUI I Womans Relief I immediately commenced to improve and v now i feel like a new woman and wishvto v recommend it to all sick women wltrra know it will cure them as it did me ns Cardui is medicinal extract o- flRDLyvegetabla herbs which relievesa- nd regulates femalefrankly describing your symptoms we win functions tones up theorgans consider your case and giveto State 01 healthyou free advice In plain a proper envelope Dont hesitate but Try it for your trouble ItDorYt dneCo Chattanooga Tean West BendIJ W McIntosh went to ington Saturday- J A Roberts sold a pair of mules to Charles Faulkner for 22500 D H Coomer visited his fam ily at St Helen Saturday and SundayWe that Titos Ogden Jr will teach the Copperas I creek school this year Herman Everman who has been at Hamilton 0for some time is visiting home folks this week r t ErnestvDnnaway the LtC E H K hgent at this place visited his brother at Winchester Sunday x 1 JeFfersoixVille W H Holly sold to Mike Wil son a cow and calf for 3000 N N Mr Pierce Stevenson went to Clark countySaturday to see his best girl W W Stevenson sold two ye cling mules to a Mr Steven son of Clark county for one hundred and fifty dollars Miss Lula Byrd returned home Thursday from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Wolfe and Morgan counties where she reports a fine time Miss Lula finds many friends to greet her returnMonroe Chase Bud Grear and PROFESSIONAL CARDa- 44pWpP1NdINMMNMNWRW IIS1uW WMM Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J Office tip stairs In the Central Hot 4nn where in experienced Practitioner may be faun day end night prepared to execttte mil kind o hlgbgrade work known to modern Dentistry 1RA IRVIN M D AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I 1 B LlTTLEPAQEM D PHYSICIAN AND 8UnOEO- fiIOLW OITV KY v 05 I BRSMITHMDt PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON d CLAVCITYIY t fY Sam Wierman cut a bee tree on the farm of W W Stevenson Thursday and claimed that there was one hundred pounds of the delicious fruit but the boys were a little selfish Well boys it is mighty good There has been a protracted meeting going on at Wares Chapel this week conducted by Sanford Sohper and Ware It is to be hoped that much good has been manifested and we learn of a number of confessions He achesi he people in a riiore perfect way V Vaughns Hill The infant babe of Druzy Hall died Tuesday of spasms Joe Clark of this place and others from Clay City went to Natural Bridge Sunday J M Konnon is moving his saw mill to G B Kincaids farm where he will saw a lot of tim ber V o Mr and Mrs Bill Wells John Burgher and family were guests of Charlie Bush and wife Sun dayMessrs R P and Bill Wells For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves sad glands like opium i morphine cocaine and other dangerous drug but by In creasing the natural secretions This action la obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffectsYou depend upon Dr lilies AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure Such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomachache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act Ion on the nerves almost Instantly re lievo such distressing feelings as JQIs zlncss CarSickness Indigestion 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 Miles AntiPain Plan are guar anteed that ant package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk IIam thankful for the good Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills have and are havehadache caused catarrh until six years ago I began taking AntiPain Pills the remedy that ever gave me relief Since hen I have not had one hard attack because I take a Pill dUlleultyoJiOOBAUNDEU8 FREEWrlto to us for Free Trial of Or Mlle Anti Remedyforwill your caselteUyouwhat IswronJrLand how Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO UBOBATOJUES ZLUAB INDY ur have tpo session of their mill and have it in operation on Yen sou Harris form r i Mr A P Bush and two sons Hugh and tiwbelspentbSnnday with his daughter Mrs Hattie Dnnavray at Rocfcquarry Mr nndMr8 LOLyle G W Lyle Sr and Misses Neoma Sams Nettie and Nannie Bush spent Sunday with G W Bush and wife Mr andMrs A T Pettit of Stanton and Mr and Mrs Mor gan McKinney of this place were the guests of Mrs Bettie Highley Sunday There are two kinds of men happybeforemake her happy after arid she generally picks on the first kind A misanthrope is a man who hicks a rocky world and then asks it to pity his sore toe What he People Want is a work that they run depend up on Every family in the land will want a complete history of this aw fal disaster Everyone will want to become thoroughly posted as to the facts regarding the San Francisco and the true facts are given in theCHARLES MOR RIS work only together with the causes leading to such disturbances of the earth and also the history 01 similar catastrophes front the days of Pompeii so that the read ers of this book will be an educa tion in the causes and effects of earthquakes and volcanoes J H BARKER Agent Clay City Ky L BAILEY I Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY 1rCustom work six days in the we Fresh Gronnl Bolted Meal always onlanJ Grinds for onesixth toll If You ARE IAllnot hunt or trwHpiiHS Dn any lands belonging to undersignedB T80N Other names will bn added to this list for oX rents each N n OAaJp EVIVO IiN mW111 Midst Will Man III bfMt rlth 11TCJi jt T FMapN + 111l1liT f winlMtaetr ataaoobwel LeIIIftIrlllllq LellVI sir Se4lndlimW u4wlM e8 NtMa tIC eelf ebaa er saes viia aIeeyaMadyaeelesar mau- soteatyearsWMertlagMtM01 but aspy enteataadaleeea Won the k apail eaeebwdrsi- sodsg the tie t yeah It wares otf raeait 4 OL Law on brtua nYoaois beearrtedtanM pocket Ps s1- Lgoara k to cars t- 5k nha4Immy Book sodadrlee IflAl UMUflli m CnICAOeNNJLa For Sale in Clny City Ky By B Littlepage Son HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER The VeeklyCourierJourna1 A- ndTHl TIMES Bnfh ono year for only One DollarstAtf FFwqpnpj in have not heard of the CdtirinrJoni nal Democratic hi all thing flu in all thing uieun in nil thiMg i IIpllJilllJOURNAL one year and thin pa per for the price name above Send your subscription for the combination to uInot to the CourierJour nalDem A t Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans CommonerO- N MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge organization plan Thisplan provides for Democrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attendall primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1908 It is a practical method for the organiza tion of the party by therank and file in order that itmay prove true to its name and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convinceyou that the Cornmoner has hit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party officebythety and voting precinct i If the sameinterest manifested in this work during the I past four months is maintained during the next two gears the I total membership will exceed fourmillion Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription 111 aye By Bpecialarrangements for a short time only we offer the Clsy City Times and Commoner OD o a hJnrt l 10 Address all orders to THE TIMES Clay Gify Ky I I Tw Bromo Quinine h1- eWIi I lli1 Yil a fy I4 trf t 4- 1d 4 i fr Ir+ 2 I 1A tItif 1The The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for purticulars We aluo handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand e GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Oo WINCHESTER XT an4TRADIMARKa JllWDJ17 oMaUwd In all oouutrteo or no tee We obtalA PATENTS THAT PAY a4ftrU8e1hem thoroughly M one expenee tIIId yon to MOCCM send model photo or sketch for nilE 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stations on L A Railway and connect atOA K Junction for local stations on 0 KoRailwayNolandconnectat LEJuncYttion with CIA Ofor Mtij Sterling J RBANROrrAR SOOTT 1 Gen Manager Gen Pass Agt V + r To Cure a Gold in One Doy Laxative Ootslo0Pies Lexington MTwDegh 1 t 1OR twttlryM1IaL25C l t