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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 I Y l t THE CLAYCTTY TIMES4 J 10 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the SorroanJiDg Country anJ Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher YOLoXI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JUNE 21 1906 NO 25 ar Spring Goods Just Opened FullLine r Now is the time to buy your Easter floods Sicilians black white and colors from 45c to I25 per yard Waist Goods including India Linen Persian Lawn Nainsook Dotted Swiss Pique and Fancies Embroideries i inch to 15 inch es wide 5e to 25c per yard Short length at actual cost Val Laces at reduced prices A full line of white and colored laces cheap tineii Blue Red and Linn color 12Jc to 24c per yard Heather Bloom in Light Blue Light Green Red and Black at due a yard- Olllmhra f all colors Gins hams Duck etc Just received a new and com plete line of Granite ware Every thing a housekeeper needs in this line 3 gallon bucket fiOc Large Tea Iottle50oo-nee or Tea Pot 25 Besides cook Spoons Cups Dip pers Wash Pans etc la J B Eaton a We f Flooring floors Ceiling Bjlitdv Stairways Shingles and Etc To Capacity Owing to increased 1 usiness and the large amount of timber to saw i p Bn a Hied Gurett Company have found it necessary to increase their output and to this end they willat once install a new battery of bailers provide their plant with private electric lights and run night and day In this way they hope to up with their orders This is one of the busiest concerns Clay City and their inII enterprise is being rewarded an unprecedented manner 00 W F Clark of Kansas City Mo is visiting his brothers Jas F and Geo W Clark Mr Clark has had the misfortune to recently lose his wife She died of tuburcnlocis and was buried Sunday June 10 After Mr Clark returns to his home he will go to his two sons living in Territory pnd remain with them for u while His numerous friends in Ken tucky sympathize greatly with him in his bereavement and irre parable loss 00About the Cement Plant There has been for sonic time 5 They Have Arrived aAlarge Consignment of the justly celebra CARHARTT BRANDo Mens I Working Clothing Made in an honorable I way for honorable men We have secured I the sole agency for these goods for this I section and invite your inspection C SHIMFESSEL I Agen For dieCLAYKY CLOTHIERS TO THE PEOPLE A Carhartt Time Book free for the asking C RBbhNfB MFG Co Winchester Ky Manufacture Sash Wuatherbojirdinp- Varandns Pickets Store Fronts Increase keep Indian We are headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing t Fliutqid Roofing and Etc 0 t ti Sendus j Your estimates i Prompt Shipments i P t I w I b tvi lIy It tf every kind of ireport concerning the valuable cement clay find at reUlomI an was belongingBohannan at a very fancy price This option expired Tuesday and Mr Patrick feels that it is very fortunate for Ppwell county that this concern did not take the figi instead of Stan on and ship the raw material fOF manufacture at Lexington Mr Patrick says that since he let the option for the sale of this lanll he has been offered more money and by a company which has no idea of locating the anywhere but on tlio premise He says that operations by the latter concern will bo begun within a very short tune 00To Knock Out Normal Schools The two normal schools provid ed for by the last session of the Legislature one of which is lo cntcd at Richmond and the other at Bowling Green are liable to he knockedout as suit has been brought to this ollect by It A Marsee tux payer of Bell county Nothing is of greater nee sits to the welfare of the com mon schools trial thorough mid rsandrtnothingis tr mining schools for teachers such as was provided for by the last Legislature Am prepared to do custom grinding every day during the week Meal guaranteed to be first clues Bring your turn unit give me a trial G W AndersonClay Ky 0 Decreased Business The express busines in Clay City has declined wonderfully since the new law prohibiting whiskey being shipped into local option territory went into ellect The local option law seems to be pretty well under force in this county and it is a source of greats tisfactionthat such is the case Heavy fines for violators of the local option election laws is the best method to put a stop to it Dr W O 11tcIdrntistv- v II be at Clay City to practice his profession all of the week begin ning June 25th ao It is queer that n hen o fellow gets to bean official that he at once isa target to be shot at kicked nt and talked about lieis also called n machine man but it is quite evident that the fellow who dais the shooting kicking and talking is dead itching for a chance to get in to the machine himself and dont know where to begin to commence to get ready to start to get inExT- he 0 Rev Logon Irvin and wife of Americus Ga are vis iting the formers parents the Rev and Mrs R A Irvin Its stylish It it came from out new collection of modern millinery Anything to please the most fits tidious as well as the less exacting lairs J W Williams greatYlu J B Eaton I I t t I LojA wj u oJrr V t I i Notice to Teachers There will bo an examination of candidates for teachers certificates held in the Courthouse in Stanton on the third Friday and Saturday in July20 and 21 Also at the same time and place there will be a competi tive examination to fill one va cancy in the State College of Kentucky and the appointment will be valid for time term of years to complete the course of study in which appointee matric ulates Also to fill four places in the Normal Department of teachers or persons preparing to teach Appointments to the Nor mill School are tenable for one year No applicant should be less than seventeen years of age R A IUVIN Sr Supt Dr W 0 Mclntire dentist will bo in Clay City to practice his profession all the week beginning June 25th Any one needing den till work is invited to cull and see him at A E Burnett Sons store OOuu The General Association of Kentucky Baptists will hold their annualsession in Richmond next week 0 Just Received A large assortment of superior Oranile ware which we are sell ing at 10 cents straight Many of these articles are worth 25 cents I oiigh J B Futon OFFIOKUS H CHA A T The event of importance will be the 4th of July and the boys we understand will to make the occasion the biggest in the history of time city At Winston Estill county July 4 the old soldiers of Green Broaddus Post will hold a grand reunion and celebration The editor acknowledges of a cordial invitation to These are held an nually and are always a source enjoyment to those are pros ent We n lot of the best paint in the world which we will sell cheap If you 500 worthwe will sell it to you at cost- Littlepnge C Son We are oirerinjj our customer a superb line of uptodate millinery Everything time latest and moFt fashionable to be hud anywhere Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Wanted Wanted Roosters Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices W ANDERSON JR Clay Ky Auction Sale of Horses E =5WE WILL SELL s =h- One Car Load of Young Western Houses and Mares ONE AT A TO HIGHEST BIDDER STANTON KY On Wednesday June 27 06 SALE WILL BE AT RAILROAD STOCK YARDS This Stock is Saddle and Driving bred are light boned young and shancy Ages 2 to I years Sale will commence promptly at 1000a m regardless of weather All Dealers and Speculators should attend as we will sell without limit or reserve Stock will be in some Pasture closo to town two days before smile call and see them- TERMS CASlI Bring Your money you we sellat Auction mind at Auction only so do not come to buy at private sale KING BROS A PHILLIPS Auctioneer h- IiIB hT I ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 850000 00 SUIULUS 8700000 M COURTNEY President SCOTT Vice Pres VVIIITT Cashier next endeavor receipt attend celebrations who have buy Your Hens GEO City TIME from with M innKCTous M 11 COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT T P COX- J D ATKINSON A T 11 l I ITT A General Banking Business transacted As literal accommodations will be extended as Is consistent with safe broking methods YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED I rd- r t l I S4T y t1 q N 1oil 1 I i t q f 11 t 4r- N l Y I w e to SPOUT SPRING Miss Mary Italia is visiting her cousin Miss Alvis Heflin in Clark county Farm work is being greatly re tarried by the continued ruins but crops are looking fine Mr and Mrs Marion McKin hey are the proud parents of u new soi which arrived Sunday lane 0- Mrs John W Barnett of But ler Missouri is visiting her mother Mrs James F McKin nev and other relatives in the county Mrs Alice Heflin of Bloom ingdale Olark county visited her sister Mrs Kate Heflin nea this place three days of this weekEd McIntosh who has been affected with a badly ulcerated face for five weeks is now im proving nicely under the successful treatment of Dr B Littlepage Mr and Mrs Earl Soules nov living in Georgia are rejoicing over the arrival of a new daugh ter Mrs Soules was formerly Miss Lillie Tipton a teacher of this place John Smith an employe on the lockat Flint this county was drowned His hat blew into the river when he jumped in to get it He struck a senor rock and broke his neck His bod sunk to the bottom and was re covered later OUR BIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly farm paper of Nushville Tenu we are able to give our readers the advantage of Il clubbing offer which we he live is the most liberal ever much by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send the TIMES and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any new or old subscriber who pays us COc 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 giver in a plain practical way which any farmer can understand All departments of farm life are cov ered including delightful home and childrens pages Samplt copies at this office 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleated to learn that there is ul least one dreaded disease that bcience has been able to cure in al 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 Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the 1constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of test imonials Address F J CHENEY do CO Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation f i r e r k t r THE TIMES c PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSDAT J B burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ado vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday t June 21 190 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sul scribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal tlOU Cincinnati Enquirer lIicc Louisville Commercial 75 cc Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce A F BYRD of Clark county as a cond tints for Congress from the Tenth Con grcssional district subject to the IIC Lion of the Democratic party CLASS PROPHECY Recital Delivered at the Commencement of Stanton Graded School by Miss Iula M Congleton Slade Kentucky Our class before you we wish to reviev As we know uobettorwny wo can do In alphabet order take them thence As well find them fifteen years hence A is for Anna sweet and demure Grown older by 15 years to be sure A is for Ada we must also let puss Both of them members of the saute old class Both of thorn married It is very true Only teleg aph operators for then would do B is for Bert L Crowe our youngest lad We know he would never go to bad For he was fat too goon a worker He was never known its much of i- sliiicer Hes in Chiongo a wholesale man Selling goods on the insUillnietit plan C is for Clenunie and Miss Carrie too Time very best chums us ul the clusi knew The same old story w hae iitlThey married ia llntgum ryalill are doing well 0 is for Clarence of whom well sneak when We come to just the right place for the M D is for Dock as you all will note He of the fame of the longtail coat Still wearing it yes after 15 It would movo the most hard hearted to tears To see hm up there in F Y City Selling peanuts for a living What a pityTo such a thing should come to mss After graduating III our 1900 class A bachelor yes he had souse A wife for him would be too much expense E is for Edna whom I hate to betray But John would write her fifty notes in one Did she answer them 0 thats very well But later her part of the story Ill tell E is for Edna with black eyes and black hair For no particular boy did she seen to care But you know then she was very young Shed married now lives in Lexington- F is for Flaura who made cartoons of the class Bright girl let all proposals go past An artist she is of moro than ordinary fame The old world and the new both ring out with her fame G is for Goodloe and also for Guy Seatmates and friends for their sweet hearts they sigh Both of them bachelors neither had gritTo wives so the girls made them quit Then into business together they went Now running a plant of ce ment Js must have my special attention John Jennie and Jessie all three we must mention j Fohn with aspiration I must tell Expected of the C 0 C and St L But alas we must remember that fate Duals in scurrIle tricks at a fast rate- Sotowningarailroadbutowningnshow Ten cents to get in and see our Edna sits just inside the door And into her hands the money wo pour Jennie never for a flower did care Except for the Hose wo told her beware Just as we expected nothing else could But u Rose for a bridegroom herself for a bride essleof her only wo can say She studied hard by night and by day A lady professor in college is she What more could anyone wish her Lobe I i r K Is for Kate our Clay Brown eyes she had and teeth ljko i pearlAbeauty a sweetheart she claimed Unknown to us all his name then re malncd Tears after we learned his name was1 Ross Now they quarrel and quarrel both trying to be boss L is for Lula of whom wo have two bolngmyselfasmostofyouknevOne son I got left the other Lula won j The other day as I passed by the stile Lula was cutting wood Rupert resting awhile M is for Mabel whom we all know so well Now the story of her and Clarence Ill la New York City they live on a fourth floor As we passed by she was chasing him out of the door A broom raised inan eroverhiaheac He looked as if he wished ho was dead Gazing back with fright like Jcaboc Crane He rushed wildly forth in the hail and the rain Stop I cried dont beat him un til he dies Never strike anyone not of your size She said Dont worry know he never would work And always at school he was trying to shirk N is for Nettie well now it would be nervyTo about her and our friend ErvajFor she said she had special affection So unto herself she took one by election U is for Roscoe our orator man Guess where we found him if you can Just where we predicted in the Senate Hall As we enter the room we hear him call I object to such laughing I cant be heard Of my eloquent speech you cant hear a word I move Mr Speaker if order you cant keepYou the place and give me your seat V is for Victor of our class the last name We predicted for him Just ordinary fame Red headed he was and freckled face With a great big head in just tho right placeA he came to us and ourtown To hard work we put him Oh how he did frown Ills sister would say Vick get your books quick And of course tha mokes him awfully buWbkk 1 While in our class CITho special note He waselccted love nor by a very large vote Now we are going to close each member we have shown To be something mono than an ordi nary drone To each member we wish a successful career Better than any we could picture here To our teachers our pardon we give For the very hard life they have forc ed us to lire We thank you all for your kind attention To this crude rhyme of latest invention Composed by Mrs Sylvia Russell Mrs Williams has just received the most beautifuland nobbiest col lection of millinery ever displayed in Powell county Call and see Sweet Potnto Plaits For Sale Two leading varieties Sweet Po taco Slips for sale Immediate de livery J W MIZE Vaughns Mill Ky Has 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 Ii taste quality im equalled This accounts for growing business Start now and get full value I for i your dime Ask your Gro car and accept no substitutes 1 xf lA V I ID l jlft f t It H C T T T MI 1 I Your Wants ini cr i Dress Goods 1 f India Linons i Persian Lawns- Embroideries i Laces ShoesIWhite Slippers Hosiery Millinery New Prices New Goods Courteous Treat went Your Best Interests serve by eves I igating our lines before buying Im Mrs JW Williams Clay City Ky I if l 11 Jr fiJifini f rAe t i t The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit y Are Mndehcu You UH Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour 13 Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed K Ii MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading MerhantI t + r+ + + + + + + + + + t+ + + + 44 ++++4+ +++ ++i INSURE WITH I i F A LYON SON iiJLionclinQr IiiNitmneo AjyeiitM t 1 Mof Jt uMteru l ciitu jlfv + F 4 y i Over 200000000it t iEveryone who knows anything about insurance know Iin this line t+ +gf+ + +4+++ + + +++++ ++ + + + + + POLKA OT CANS BEAUTIFY Y0imH0ME lT oji AINT I IldsornasriOMW7IOOI4M aww 4w www1rESN u I pi ISSi A smell inveument in print iijili gicitly 10 the ilue sad beauty of your plopeR7l11cf make you a good neighbor by mating I neighborhood out aJ ihe beu invtuincnii and mi big tiuroi in mfnnfvalues I Miiog sot u ciptou Bus when you piim buy only I M 11 1MTberesonelnduputableAlaoswhy i rcuoa e ery hoacii punter will KkDoWIe 1 JTAI Oil it ass Llle of Past the ssn 10 gti good to buy it Irish sod rMdyio tSOS every good rtuon we know I I g B Littlepage Son INLGC AI CO KY J f r fit 4tL jjjClTYYt 0 i tH f t J fit J 4 t1Ir rI J 1 1 r JtJ 4r ii r w I 1 1 fr jc 3- t r iiHa JJ THE TIMESr J AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER f t THURSDAY JUNE 21 1000 LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs J OFitchof Lexington is visiting relatives in the city John P Vaughn of Lawrence burg is visiting Dr Littlepage The State Bar Association meets at Winchester next week Mrs A M Burgher visited rem atives at Stanton the first of the weekMiss Maud Fletcher is visiting her grand father W D Lewis at Berea Miss Maud Coulee visited rela p tives at Thomson from Friday y WednesdayIw H 0 Warmouth is at Valley View looking after his growing timber business bigstreetnext week j Miss Bolin daughter of Thos Bolin of Butler Mo is Visiting relatives in the county Mr and Mrs N R Swopo of Lexington visited relatives Here from Saturday till Monday In the local option election at Harrodsburg Friday the town went dry by a large majority li Press Johnson a leading citi i zen of Knowlton was in the city Wednesday transacting business fJ t Y Tomorrow June 22 will bo the longest day of the year und cor respondingly the shortest night of r W R Shimfessel of Indo i pondonce Mo arrived Mondjvy t to visit relatives in this city and ticountyy T H Coulee and old Powell r county boy huts moved from In dependence Mo to Bakers Gity 4Oregonr A number of Powell county citizens attended court at M- tv Sterling Monday and transacted business Misses Pearl Alice Blair and Mary Margueite Coffey of More head are guests of Mrs E B i MGlono liOur hustling neighbor Win 1 chester is to have n pants and overall factory locatod there in f the near futur I Wo are having rain a plenty just now and corn crops will soon begin to suffer for work if the rain continues much longer Miss Dula White of Hatton Kansas who is visiting relatives a in Estill county was the guest of j her cousin Fletcher Barnett TuesdayIto Teeth need dootonng See the dentist Dr W 0 McIntire at Clay tCity all ofthe week lbeginning Juno 25- Pastor Geo D Prontiss assist ed by tho Rev JW Jackson of Irvine will begin a series ofy I meetings at Hardwicks creek Methodist church Monday night July Oth 1TOCURE A COLD INONE DAY LAXATIVE BBOMO Qui r nine Tablets Druggists refund mat- tyh j ieyiif it fails to cure E W I GROVES signature is on each box 250 I r I rll i I I r r t 1 ra yllhI qr M M a1 1F yr 1ly ipihIt 4 i1u 1fIi Miss Nora Rich is visiting her grand mother Mrs T LLowson at Berea 0 0 MePherson of St Joseph Mo lsone of the home comers and it is the first time he has ever returned He left the county twentysix years ago Mrs Joel F Reed of Oyn thiana is visiting her brother 0 Shimfessel in this city and parents Mr and Mrs A Shim fessel and other relatives on Burd wicks Oreek J H Anderson of Mingo Ind Ter after an absence of thirty years is mingling with old Iow ell relatives and friends He like many others took advantage of the Home Coming rates The Rev J 0 Wyatte of Onnipton will assist pastor Geo D Prentiss in a revival meeting at the Methodist church in this city beginning Monday night All are invited to attend these services Hon J B White Democratic candidate for Congress spoke to a good crowd of voters at Stan ton Monday afternoon and made a good impression He has a strong following in Powell his native county Oircuit Court convened at Stanton Monday with Judge Ben tpn presiding Court was soon organized and down to business The docket is not as full as it sometimes is and it is hoped to get up with tho business before the allowed time two weeks The tobacco has about all been set owing to the recent line sea sons and wheat harvest is on hind with a very promising yield pasturage wits never better so it seems that nuturu is gracious t3smilingon the farmer wheth or the corporations are or not An AlnrmlngSltuatont- requfJlltl results from neglect of clogged bowels and torpid livor un til constipation becomes chronic This conditioniia unknownto those whouee Dr Kings NeiJie Pills i the best und gentlest regulators of SuiuiHtihaind Baiulp Gfuurunteed by SwannDuy Lumber Co Price + 5e Country Life the Best Senator E W Pettus of Ala bama is 80 years old and in a lung active life asa lawyer soldier and politician has garnered much wisdom At that ago if any a man ought to know what in life is really worth while When asked by young man what vocation he would choose if just beginning an active life the venerable sen ator replied I would buy a nicely located farm stock it up nicely and settle down to a quit life of peace and plenty with fields and orchards filling my granaries and calm observation and reflection developing my mind Death From Lockjaw never follows an injury dressed with Buuklens Arnica Salvo Its Antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning phil Os wall merchant of JVonHsoliurBville N ywritelhIt cured Seth Buchof tins pluueof the ugliets sore on his neck I avur 8awi Cures Cuts Wounds Burns und Sores ont SwannDay Lumber COH store Hillry Mrs W G Patrick jKimbrell has n nice line of ladies and chil dronstrllmedhnts and infants caps JJ kir f T r I IrenceI llnlbl1on Sent 4c Jn stamps tor tnge catalog the entire STEVENS f40IProfusely Illustrated contains vn Inq Ammunlllon file Beautiful three color Aluminum Hanger will bo forwarded for 10 cents In stamps J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO p OlJo 406 CliiCorcH IALLS MASS USA Mr Samuel Ginter died Mon day afternoon at his home at Un ion Hall after a lingering illness aged seventythree years Funeral services conducted Tues day afternoon by Elder B F Wright at Marble Yard church 8111 then burial Deadly Serpents Cite are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters i the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Honnettsville S C says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of gnf feringwith dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liverElectric lilt ters euro chills and fever malirin biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guurantfo by Swunn lay Lit ui bur lut4 store Price 50c There is nothing more provoking I than an imortOt time piece If IIi have a watch ofcloelf of this tike it to Vaebb Clay Citysrlea eler und silver smith und let hUll fix it All work truant 1 A prencher announced that he would discuss n family scandal from his pulpit and as a result every sent in the church was filled long before the time for church services many standing in the aisles and a look of satisfaction was on the face of all pesnnt The shrewd master of the flock then pooceoded to dis course on Adam and Eve and the serpent Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba und tho Philippines health was the most important consideration Wil lis T Mormon retired Commissary Sergeunt U SAelf Rural Route 1 Concord N H says 1 was two years in Cubu und two years in the Philippines and being sudjijct to colds I took Dr Kings New Disccovery for Consumption which lent me in perfect health And now in New Humpshiro we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed ut SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price oOo and 100rriul bottle free The corner stone of tho now capitol at Frankfort was laid Saturday About fifteen thou sand Ivontuckians and exKen tuckians witnessed the ceremonies with much nthusiuBm A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINT MENTfuils cure in 6io U days bOo If you want to always ue on time keep your watch in gopl repair See Webb N r 7V I t It i ertww ttI Its to YourI l Interest 1 1 et To spend your money where it goes tho fnrt cstI plncelOurDry Goods Notions Clothing Huts Shoes Fur I s nisbings Groceries IImd ware Huaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etcrOur Prices are Right j So are Our Goods i We will appreciate your trade and take n exchange foi goods all kinds of Country Produce tit highestj market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the pluce A i E1 BARNETT ii sor 9 CLAY CITY KY enclosed and free from dust and weather A coldrolled stationary steel spindle on which all our wheels revolve requiring No Babbitting IS A FEATURE Fastening the sails without rivets or bolts and the use of 48 sails in wheel IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric drivincr the actuat ing rod IS A A chilled ball bcaring turntable and sclfregulatlng device IS A Wrlto for Catalog rte and for line In your vicinity awl price Wo alao make a lull hueof1uwt r1uuLandruurpe All our good carry THE HCUUERALICR CO Napoloon Ohio un n I Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unsluckend Linrt inany quanti ty Will sell to denier or consumer ut Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lithe 115 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City Trees Plants Vines For the- Spriug of 1900 the Blie Grass Nurseics at- Lexingtoulc offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc Wo employ no Agents Strawberry und General catalogues on application to H F Hil eumfeyer Sois LEXINGTON KY Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots buck of Presbyteri an church Will bo sold at a bargain M Bailey of l 1 vw o iiBAr1E99WIND ENGINES simpledurable FEATUREI TTII 1 Winchester Bank INCUKIOKATEl- OX H AViTiiERspooy Prc Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the siccniiius of inilivi aaln litmus and eoniuration S4t Clay City Hotel JIL ETON r ioi s- Table supplied with tin best the marker nffoids Everything neat and clenu Rates 8150 PT tiny If IGO TRADE DC rIARKGIAnyone sending a ketch and quickly lunertuln our opinion free whether an lnyent on U probably tion lrlc1l ronlldont aJ HANDBOOK on Patents aunt froo Oldest agency for ecurlncpatenu falcate taken Menu R Co receive p glut notice without charge In the Sd tUifiir Jlmtrltan A handsomely Illustrated weekly rnrgeet crof nclontlOo Journal Terms 13 a rear i fnurmolltblJ Soul by all nowsrtcalen- HraLcb Go3t11srcadrn New York omce CS F 6UWiuilailonlG I J 1 i tHtt rfl r c 4t V f t IV r I firy r tJ- Ift- t 4 lrV I i iI FA Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strops enough to bear healthy children with little or discomfort to yourself by taking I J tliWINE CARDUI 1 d Womans Relief I It will ease away all your pain reduce inflam- mationa cure leucorrhea whites falling womb oVar 1 ian trouble disordered menses backache headache 1 etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Cliattanooga Tenn u Furnace Misses Odus and Burk Billings attended court at Stanton Mon dayMr and MrsJG D Howell vis ited Mr and Mrs G W Lyle Simdav Misses Mallie and Susie Oha ncy and Emma Bratton visited iiiss Bennie Lyle Sunday I Mr Hiram Blythe of Clark county is visiting his sister Mrs J V Newkirk this week Mr P D Broaddus of Mill ers Creek visited his daughter Mrs Mamie Newkirk Friday MV and Mrs Lewis Howell of KwVwiton visited Mrs Dona Billings a few dayslast week Mr mold Mrs G O Watson visited Mr and Mrs Paul Tipton at Clay City from Friday until SundayMrs James Brandenburg re ceived the sad information Monday of the death of her brother Sam Ginter living near Union lint Mr Ginter was well known in our community and was an ideal citizen beloved and respect ed by all who knew him The entire community extend their heart felt sympathy to his chil dren and sister in this their sad hour of bereavement Jeff rsolt ville Miss Besse Willoughby visited Miss Mandy Martin this week Miss Pink Wilson was shop rilOVESSIONAL CARDS MIN1I 111IMa HIILy1M1h AM Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Central Note Am where an experienced Practitioner may be noun day and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON OLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAOE MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CHY OITV KY B RSMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON CLAYCITY KY If f tf r- rIt fIJ e li Ej r 4t DUE TO CARDUI I and nothing else Is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She L is a fine healthy babe and we are boUt doing nicely ping at Mt Sterling Thursday G B Martin and wife visited Thos Carter und family Sunday Misses Mildml nml Chloe Smith bought of fr B Likens a V nice buggy Miss Fannie Willouphbj visit err her mother Mrs Mary Mar tin Tnosdav rp1turnedfather Wills in Olark county Mrs Shoo Welch of North Bend Powell county is visiting her son James Welch and fnm ily Misses GIiloo nml Mildred Smith visited Mrftj x5lnrtfIliiWrrl and fnmilyin Clark couhtythJi weekMack Wills wife and son who have been west for several years are visiting Mrs Alice Steven son and family Miss Viraie Hoolly win teach the Hogg Creek school this year while it will be her first we pro diet for them a good school Miss Mandv Carter has return ed from Nicholas county where Tohn E Watts and Williams have been holding a meeting Hog Creek Crops are looking fine in this vicinity John McPherson has just ar rived from the West 00 West purchased of Isaac Chase a horse for 125 G P Douglas has been seri ously ill but is improving Miss Nora Lee West of Stan ton is visiting relatives near this place The people of this vicinity are greatly pleased with their R F D Route James Westbrooks who is in his eightyfifth year of age is vero low and not expected to livelong Mr H M Witt and Miss Em ily Witt of Kansas City Mo visited relatives here the past weekPatrick Chase and wife am1 Miss Laura Willburn were the guests of Mr Isaac Chase and wife Sunday Third Saturday and Sunday next there will be services at Macedonia by Brother Burghei and a large crowd is expected There was a largs crowd at 1 1 n i tended church at Macedonia last Snndify Services were conduct ed by EldsvB S Burgher and G W Mclnfosh aaRAIIILIiltl7 Vaughns Mill Mr and Mrs Andy Barnett spent Sunday with R P Wells and wife Morgan McKinney and R L Shfmfessel attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Chins Rupard of Pilot View was the guest of W L Jackson and family Sunday Mrs Ann French who has been sick for some time is some bet ter at this w itingiAunt Cindy Charles who has been sick for some time is very low at this writing Dock Clark of Kansas City Mo is visiting his brother G W Clark at this place Mr Sam Gutter died at his homo at Furnace Monday and was buried at Marble yard Tues dayMoses McKinney und Thomas Christopher of Spout Spring were the guests of their uncle Morgan McKinney Sunday The little infant babe of Dun Strange died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday at the Vaughns Mill Christian church Mr W R Shimfessel of Iii dependence Mo and sister Mrs Joel Reed and daughter of Cyn thiuna are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs A Shimfessel and other relatives at this placer Virden We had ttw big rain and hailstorm Sunday 1 here 3i fin 1nr aught nfine family mare fin l EN Curtis and W E Bryan of Winchester were hero Mon duy on business Misses Lou and lena Ogden were the pleasant guests of Miss Sudie Curtis Tuesday Mrs Sallie Hudson has returned home after an extended visit with relatives at St Joseph Mo Ilenry Anderson formerly of this place but now Oklahoma visited T B Ware Saturday and Sunday Charley Ewen will move his family to Stanton this week where he has a position as sales man in D II Eastins dry goods storeLewis Mastin John demons and 0 C Curtis were at Mt Sterling Monday and while there Mr Mastin bought a buggy and harness for 4250 T B Ware was in Lexington last week to see his daughter Miss Lillie who is under the treatment ofa physician Wo are glad to state that she is im proving D 0 Morehead and wife of Copperas Creek and Win Baker and wife of Dakota were the pleasant guests of aunt Mar garet Fisher Tuesday John McPherson who went to Iiasa Ill some time in March tins returned to his home on Hog Creek Mr McPherson likes the country fine but says old Ken tucky is good too 0 0 McPherson of St Joseph Mo is one of the home comers at this place Mr McPhersou was born and raised at this place and went West in 1880 Ho said this country had changed considerably since that time The 10015 Summer girls will be frotked in frills and furbelows delightfully feminine writes Helen KerkelyLoyd in the Delineator for July From parasol to hoot tip curves dainty touches find artistic color effects will distinguish everything they wear Their elders too make n generous use of color They are permitting it to appear in their tweed trottuurs and motor coat and their afternoon and dinner gown of light silken fndrics are as often of the new mauveblue and tho warm American Beauty shades as of white or the always charming pastel tintsThe semitailored gowns man made though they are emphnsizi feminine curves in a marked degree and show the most graceful effects The bolero is seen on a great many of these gowns the shorter ones having a ceinture attached that is entirely new The sleeves as a rule are puffs to the elbow or halfway to the wrist Theyare finished withU velvetinlaid cuff that ilarts consid erably Among the little ucrcppories thai the Simiuitor girl is wearing ar braeclcts of Muck velvet held with jeweled hackles and uIsps of tulle twisted about the upper arm and tile wrist tied in Huffy b iw + Arm hr glove giiiters if satin libbon shirred over ehifile mid cdLidwith i frills of inceltad 11 bill III mire quite ncv anti as lractiumlas theymire orllawtaltal r r Its trrplefer fact that time higher a man rises the les chance ho has of being above suspicion The way to make tomorrow better than yesterday is to work today Ml BAILEYJ Merchant anj Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six Jays in the we Fresh Groan Bolted Meal always on hanJ Grinds for onesixth toll THE t- roaWi 1Ie Gnmax REVIVORESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man A of Me JOD Ileactlpowerfullymen men will recover their youthful vigor br using REVIVO It qDteklyand8urolnetoreaNenou1 pees Lost Lost Power8dling Memory Waetlnu Diseases and til effects of selfatnua or neD and Indiscretion which mints ono forstudy bustnecs ormtrrltte It cot only cures by startlnz at the Beat ot dlieue but Uccrett nerve tonic and blood bnUder bring log back the pink glow to pale cheeks lid restoring the Ore of youth It aofflnsanlty and Consumption Insist oa karini XlBVIVO n other U can be earned In Test pocket fiy nail 100 perpackagecr Us tormjOQ wltbst poI Mve written mumatea to cure or nthe money Book and adrlia lOYAL MEDICINE CO MCMO IUIn- gTou Solo in Olitv City x3rBy B LIttlepage Son Tab Laxative Quinine TW- sLsrrIaaelth1 TIiIIIIp fig I A r 7isK 11 r4tL ft r hr 1n r l l The Hagan Gas Ior Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle u full line of Belting Hose Pipe 4 Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Rheumatic So wonderful cures of Rheumatism from us- ingWARDS lhavere Rheumatic and Liver Pills that you should of this great medicine rote bnt give this up by physicians and as have been relieved and permanently cured time eared Buy a bottlettoday commences Prloo BOo Your dracetits sells Wards Rheumatic and Liver Pills If he wont supply you acceptIno substitute but Bend ns 60 cents and we will forward you a bottle prepaid On thetmarket for thlrtyQvo yean THE PRINCE MEDICINE COMPANY 122 Hiipslln St Cambridge Mass t i Lexington Eastern Ry Effective allay 20 1906 EASTnbirxn No 2 No4 Stations P ni A M Lv Lexington 225 715 Wichester StlO 823 L EJunction 82i 837 1 Clay City 400 113 Stanton 410 O 241 1 Campton Juno 410 titaO Natural Bridge 443 Uh4i- 1 Torrent 4i7 10118 j 1001 0 K Junct 00 110 Ar Jackson 010 1150 WESTBOUND No3 N1- i Stations P 11 A 015 0 K Tunct 2 SO 0 20 720 Torrent 342 747 Natural Bridge l05 801 Cnmpton June 057 803 Stanton 425 828 41 Oluv City 434 837 II LEIuiictIon503 010 Winchester 520 03- Ar Lexington 005 1010 Trains No I and 3 dally No2 nml 4 daily except SundayI Trains Nog 3 and 4 make cnniuiit tlon at Beattyvillu Junction with L A Hallway for local stations on l t A Uiillwny and connect at 0 K Junction for local stations on 0 oil Railway No1 and 3 connect at L A E Jiinc d tion with 0 A 0 for Hit J R BARR OnnsSoovryGen Malinger Gin Puss Agt t Cure a Cold in One Day Bromo Sufferers knowtyouhavetrled thoroughtrial BeattyvilleJuncb18 i- nLvJackson22 BenttyvllIeTunc320 To cCrIpiaTweDtys 1 ill 1Iox on evEJ ib 6- J J rrs t ry Apr a r