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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yi C THE CLAY CITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country an J Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOTJXI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JULY 19 1906 NO 2 1 Great Reduction SALEEv- erything is Going at Reduced Prices for the Next Six Weeks Granulated Sugar6c per pound All Callc sS12e yard Good Dress Ginghams 8 13e Good Towels gc Canning Acld8e per ounce Patent Medicines 100 Bottles 850 u u5oc 35C Babbitts Lye8c per can Magic Food For Horses Cattle and Poultry These few prices mentioned promlscously from our large and varied stock are given to show what li going on In our store Come and see for yourself that we an save You mon ey J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices I We Sash doors Ceiling Blinds Varandas and Etc Store Fronts No Connections Owing to a change in the 0 0 time table all by rail between this city and Mt have been cut off The most of our people like to trade at Mt but will now find it very inconvenient to do so unless they own a rig and drive through like many are already doing Reed Bros Show Reed Bros show hero Monday afternoon and at night and was well attended by the town people It was not extensively so the crowd from the country was slim The show was small but those who attended said they had a very nice clean little show Irvine Now Local Option Irvine is now a dry town the local option voted in that town last year went into efFct last Wednesday and the saloons are closed now for the first time in twenty years Wait for Dr O W Mclntire dentist to doctor your teeth At Clay City from July 23 to 28 in clusive TNow S tie Tlme to buy your needs in seasonable goods We are closing out our line o- fMillinery all White Goods and Ev erything in Summer Wear in our i StoreAT COST First come first served We may have today what you want but may have sold it tomorrow Our price on these yet season able goods will make them move in a hurry and you should not miss this opportunity if there is anything yet lacking in your Summer wearing apparel and etc C SHIMFESSEL Telephone No 3- 6fWANCh MFG Go Winchester Ky Manufacture Flooring Weatherboarding Pickets Stairways Shingles connections Sterling Sterling exhibited advertised We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing andEtci Send us Your estimates Prompt Shipments f t r Hager at Mt Sterling lion S W Hnger Auditor of the State delivered an address opening his campaign for Governor at Mt Sterling before a good crowd Mon day lIe declared in favor of Bryan for President and stated he was the David who would slay the giant in 1908 r He charged tie Republican party with compromising with crime and stated that Roosevelt was disciple of Democratic doctrine Ho said that when Kentucky was given over to the Democrats the State was one million in debt with a tax rule of 5SJ cents that since that time the debt had been paid school months increased to G months 815 000 appropriated to State College 815000 appropriated to childrens home 875000 appropriated to St Louis exhibits 322280 given to asylums and penitentiaries 857 GOO appropriated to Confederate Home and tax reduced to 50 cents He said further that the building of the new Capitol to cost 1250 000 would be accomplished and paid for without any increase of taxation and that he approved of all appropriations us well as the paying of 840000 for architectural work instead of a cheap John job New Banks In Kentucky There were sixty new Nation al banks organized in Kentucky the pastjear with a combined ctipititl orartr00Oi1Uu lV1Iiitf this is true the deposits in all the old banks have greatly increas ed Truly Kentucky is a grand old state and getting better every day Buys Both Stores at Rosslyn Robert Blackburn and John Hardwick of Stanton have bought both stores at Rosslyn and will convert one into a fur niture store and will run the other as a general store These wideawake merchants are get ting ready for the trade caused by the new Stanton Cement plant You cant forget the date of the Winchester Elks fair if you tryJuly 252627 Work on Telephone Line Work on the new telephone line between Clay Oity and Stanton is in progress and the line will soon be ready for use The poles are about set and the cross arms will soon be put on When completed this line will be of great value to the two towns and county as well Take your vacation at the Elks fair July 25 20 27 A clean reo fined fair full of fun and frolic The School Per Capita Superintendent of Public Instruction Fuqua has fixed the per capita for the ensuing school year at 330 the largest amount ever paid for the public education of school children by the common school fund in Ken tucky Am prepared to do custom grind ing every day during the week Meal guaranteed to be first class tiring your turn and give me a trial G W Anderson Clay City Ky r c4 r avf y wvVn l H MidSummer I f Clearance Sale s of Millineryjt AL1 TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMEID- t HATSi This Sale to be Re r ofzt COSTr In order to make room For my Earr ly Fall Stock i r Come Early and Get Choicef t Mrs W N Bush t CLAY CITY KY j I N MJEverything Right But the Price The yield of wheat in all parts of the State is good the quality is good j hut the price 72 cents is not satisfactory and many farmers are preparing to hold their wheat until satisfactory prices can be realized as they claim the mills have conspired to keep down r ght prices Will Sue for Back Tax Pendleton and Bush leading attorneys of Winchester were here yesterday counseling with the city authorities regarding the collection of several thousand dollars hnck tax from different concerns alleged to be duo the city Graded Schools in the Country Joseph H Fuqua Superintendent of Public Schools in len tuckhas sent to the County Superintendents of Schools pamphlets giving a graded course of study and a programme for daily recitations for the common schools Dr W O Mclntire dentist will be at Clay City to practice his profession from July 23 to 2S in I elusive OFFICKUS 11 H President CHAS SCOTT Vice A T WIIITT Louisville Gets the State Fair liberalsessfufi of the Legislature has been permanently located at Louisville Lexington was the only city outside of Louisville that made a bid for the fair It should by all means have been located at Lexington the center of the live stock industry of the State the metropilis of the Bluegrass and the only city in the State where the fair has ever been a success C E Cell who superintend ed the construction of the Brod headGiirrett saw mill and plan ing mill has boon employed by this company again Mrs Cell is sick and in the hospital which prevents her being with her husband but will come here soon as she is able Jas A Wallace of Irvine is spoken of as Republican can didate for Congress We have it lot of the best paint in the world which wo will sell cheap If you buy 500 worth we will sell it to you at cost- Littlepuge Son p I ESTABLISHED 1890iClay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 850000 00 SURPLUS 87000 00 COURTNEY PresI DIKKCTOK8 M H COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT t J F COX t J D AIlnNSONIA A General Bunking Business transacted As liberal accommodations will be extended as is consistent with safe banking methods R YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED s i n y- M Y SPOUT SPRING Ins F McKinnoy bought u iiiiinlier of shotes and stock hogs last week by the head 1Y1 Christopher bought a bunch of fortyfive pound shotes of Johnny Wright at 2 50 per head Win Edge visited his Uncle Stove White near lice Station one day this week Mr White is ninetyseven years old and is now fast declining in health The rats are very numerous in this section and several have been killed A few days ago n raid was nude on them in one of II F Christophers corn cribs and 150 rats killed It is thought that more which escaped in the weeds were killed by the dogs Value of Newspapers- I never took a paper that didnt pay more than I paid for it says the noted Bill Arp One time an old friend of mine way down South started a newspaper and sent me a copy and I subscribed for it just to en courage him and after awhile it published an order to sell a lot at puhlic auction So I inquired about the lot and told a friend to run it up to j50 He bid oil the lot at 98 and I sold in less than a month for 100 so I made 02 clear by taking the piper My father told me that when ho was a young man he saw a notice in a paper that a schoolteacher was wanted away oil in a distant country and he went and got the situation and a little girl was sent to him and af rbr awhile she grew up sweet and beautiful and he married her- r Now if he had not taken that paper what do you suppose would have become of me I would have been some other fellow or maybe would nt hove been at all Judge James Hargis and ex Sheriir Ed Callahan were acquitted at Beattyville Tuesday of the charge of conspiracy to mur der J 13 Marcum at Jackson two years ago J B Eaton has a new adver tisement in this issue that should be read by everyone who wants to save money when they buy their goods Dont forget to give this store a look through it will make a stingy man smile when he learns the prices The tulent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well and doing well whatever you do without a thought of fame STATE OF 0 CITY OF TOLEDO 6QLUCASFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm lIe bum of ONE IIUN Di3D DOLLARS for each and ev ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscibed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1880 SEAL N A W GLEASON NOTARY PuBUO Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation THE TIMES IUIILISHED EVERY THUUSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in aj vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered us secondclass mall matter Thursday July 19 1901 CLUB RATES For the convenience four sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 8100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 a Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEflENTS- AW hue authorized to announce A F HYUD of Clurk county as a candi late for Congress from till Tenth Con grcssloiml district to till iic tion of the 1emocratlcparty- Iron Into the Tigers Heart Just before adjournment Congress passed a law which drove the Iron into the heart of theII tiger man It was a law directing TJ S Collectors of Internal 1evenue to furnish to Commonwealth and County Attorneys upon applica tion certified copies of liquor licenses issued by them to persons in localoption districts This in con nection with the Kentucky Statute making the possession of a Government license a prima facie case of guilt of violating the local option law will make conviction easy Heretofore Collectors have declined to furnish such proof toward con victing tigers tI When it is re membered that there are more blind tigers in the Stute thin there are licensed saloons the im portance of this law will be realiz ed Congress should go u step further and declare that u Government license shall not be issued at all to anyone in a local option district Then the tiger would be good and deudor deadand good Frankfort Journal We receive every week a column or two of matter in the interest of some candidate for some State ofiice which they will allow us to publish Our space ofcourse is always crowded ex cept when a bill is called for One candidate was more liberal than some when he sent his an nouncement of a column and a half in length for us to puplish he said that he would return the favor by subscribing for our pa per lie is not yet on our list Senator J C S Blackburn is expected to announce for Gov ernor in a few days Mr Black burn will make a strong candi date for truly he is a deserving Democrat and as he has borne the burden of the party so long it hardly seems fair to turn him down Our able Congressman the lIon Frank A Hopkins was in the city Tuesday mixing with his friends Mr Hopkins is not a candidate for the nomination but would accept it He humus made a good Congressman and is a very strong man in the district The Congressional race in this district doesnt seem to be so exciting this time The County mass conventions will be held at County seats on the 28th Satur day a week Dont forget to be on hand and support your man you certainly have a choice from among so many candidates 1 L t Those of our readers who have reo lutlvcs and friendsin foreign count ies will be pleased to know that a icclassification of mail for foreign countries huts been established whereby articles may be sent to Limos at the rate of 12 cts per pound The weight of the package must not exceed four pounds and of the value of fifty dol lars It formerly cost 81 GO to snail a fourpound package which we can now send for 48 cents This however applies only to articles sent to foreign countries The express companis own enough Sena tors and Congressmen to prevent the establishment of a parcels post in this country What a shameful state ofaffairs Dr Bertram Smith the Old Reliable Powell County Dentist will he at his Clay City olllce Au gust 1st and remain one month Why patronize beginners when you can get the service ofa Dentist of nearly 10 years experience Clay City has another case of 16 to 1 and Bryan says 10 to 1 is not the issue this year A word to the wise is sudlcient Write for appointments Box 225i Clay City Ky There is nothing more provoking than an inuorect 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 euarnn l- OUR BIG CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly farm paper of Nashville Tenn we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing ofFer which we believe is the most liberal ever made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we willsend the Tulles and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any new or old subscriber who pays us JOc This great semimonthly farm paper gees 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 conditions and is just what our far mers need It answers free of charge any question a subscriber may ask and its advice is given in a plain practical way which any farmer can understand All departments of farm life are cov ered including delightful home and childrens pages Sample copies at this oilice Sweet Potnto Plants For Sale Two leading varieties Sweet Po tato Slips for sale Immediate de livery J W MIZE Vaughns Mill Ky Has it Occurred To you why So many wheat tlaked 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 accoiuud hot growing business now and get full value I IIStnrt dime Ask your Gro I accept no substitutes I i J oit How are You Did you overdo The Fourth get your fingers shot off or drink too much lemonade or have too big a time generally We are al ways glad to see the Fourth of July come and we are gladwhen three days following are past and we have recovered from the attack Its going to be quiet in store life during July compared to the regular season but this will look very busy compared to the ordinary shops Too many farmers coming to see us now for us to get so awfully idle We are going to give some bargains in July too some pushing pric es that will naturally force business Its not so much the profit we make now as it is to run the stock down to a healthy ebb We just wont have outofseason goods lying around Nearly everything in the store has a bargain price on it and we want you to be sure and come in at least one day this month Everything in Millinery Goods At Cost Muslin Underwear 50c values this month 40c Laces at Big Reductions Hamburgs at Big Reductions 5c Lawns at 4c 712c Lawns at 5c 1 Oc Lawns at 8 13cLadies White Hose at Greatly Reduced Prices Missesn n15c values at two pair for 25c Mrs J W WilliamsC- lay City Kentucky f a The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Mil tie Wheu You TIse Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants ++++ JtoI +31 ++++++ ++oi+ U Jo + + ++ 4+ to+oCt +iINSURE WITH i IF A LYON SON I o Loading IiiHiivuiioo Agfontw t 4of JEuwtoiii ICoiktitttlcv + t Over 200000000 i Represented+ 1 Everyone who knows anything about insurance know 1 they are leaders in this line I b MfHMHH4M 4 H + ++r+ ++ r3t + F Mr+h3 +++++++ + I POLKA DOT CANS BEAUTIFY Und HE wlfKtll A1NTflCAOY MIXCD Important H emonlld umrcIWrnw AT T r Ilinn7WN I I A until investment in paint add tidily la the value and ol your fnetnj end make you I good neighbor by making a neighboihood Good one ol the ben invcitmenii and piti big returns in Improved values a living DOlan tipenM out whey you psint buy only MiIlMA IrTTryrT There one unble reason why t icuon every honeu punter will acknowledge TM Oil ii tlu Lift el Paint end the sure to get good 0 to buy it ire h ham the dcileri biriel not Iron the end mutd paint cm The paint that Ii ready Rule with United oil gallon for gallon uKINLOCH PAINT and we recommend ill uie tot every good reason we know B Littlepage Son INLOCMPAINT COMPANY R CLAY CITY KY I IrrlIE TIMES AX ALL HONKMADE PAPER THURSDAY TULV JO Hoi 0 ==LOCAL BREVITIES J B lIallof Lexington was riftIhere a short tiino lust week f Frank It Russell of Louis 4 ville was in the city yesterday A P Steele of Surdis Miss was in the city a few days last week There are seventeen oases of fever in Stanton and two deaths to date G W Everinan of Kight Angle was transacting business in the city Tuesdav Maud and Siand the whole funnily will be at the Elks Big 1lit Winchester July 22iJ1I 27- i i Mrs 1 F Cox of JJowling Green is the guest of Mrs M Jl Courtney and Mrs B Little tVjpngeMr and Mrs JFWehbare newil1fiwhich arrived at dug July 0 We hudlinTsin Tuesday Up to then it had become very dry and crops were begin ring to stiller Mrs Emma Parr of Cincin nati Ohio is visiting her moth f er sirs John Parr at Wai a tersvilloMissess Louie and Kitty ReedQI Oynthiiina are visiting 1 their cousins Misses Mary and Grace Shimfessel Misses Mary Shimfessel and Mary Graham Eaton visited rel atives and friends in Mt Ster ling Friday and Saturday Tlio crap shooters finished up their game last week on the streets The ditches they cut will help wonderfully next fall when the rains begin in earn est Our line baseball park fiinish od a few years ago at considera ble expense has this year been planted in corn and is growing a line crop of this staple commod ity Dr Courtney McGuire late graduate of the Kentucky School of Medicine is homo for a few days Dr McGuire is thinking of locating in Louisville to prac tice medicine From the report of the Estill Herald some ono has been after the tin Hock of dogs in a wholesale manner and ninny vas tible dogs as well as worthless curs have found the poison on the street f Mr 0 S Hurdin was called ll homo the last of the week occa sioned by the death of his father at Monterey Owen county Mr Ilardins many friends in Clay City greatly sympathise with him in this sad bereavement Sin itties famous military t band of Cincinnati will furnish the music for the Elks Big Fair I ut Winchester July 25 211 27 I TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE HKOMO Qui I t nine Tablet Druggists refund along ey if it fails to euro E W GROVES signature is on each box 25c J it e ro L K Dr W O Mclntire dentist will be in Clay City to practice his profession from July 28 to 28 in clusive Any one needing then till work is invited to call mid see hiul at A E llarnott it Sons store Mr mid Mrs A T Wliitt of Clay City were hero Sunday to visit their parents anti friends While here they were the recipients of many congratulatory messages on the occasion of their recent marri age The begin life together with the best wishes of all Morehend people to whom they belong Morehead Mountiiiieer MizeWhite Mr Charlie Mize and Miss Mary White prominent young peo ple of this city were married atI the residence of the brides mother Mrs Dnrrett White in this city Saturday evening July Mth the Rev H A Irvin oilici ating They went to housekeep ing across the river from Clay City near the mouth of Brush creek Monday from Scars Roebuck A man in a neighboring county who patronizes the mail order houFnswhen he has the cash al lows the children to play with the big catalogues says an ex I1l1lSeIcame was a new baby in the house Who brought it asked the child The nurse told Ihom it just come t Oh I know said the little tot Its a Sears it Roebuck ba by HII11ot it is adulterated just like the pepper tend strawberry jam was and papa will have to keep it because ho sent the money in advance Twenty Year Hattie I was n loser in n txvnty year battle with chronic piles aid inii BucklensIby curing both till not a trace re mains writes A M Bruce of Farmville Vu Best for Ulcers Outs Burns and Wounds iJoc at SwunnDay Ltimior COK store Must Know Mow to Cook Under a now law in Norway every won leIbe bride must know how to cook In that country a dyspeptic is regardedas a natu i ral curiosity while over here they are the rule rather than the exception By all means let us hove the Norway liter and a na tion fullot good cooks which will do more to reform vice than all the ellorts put forth by the professionals It is bad food and hllllIcooking that is slinking us a nation of grafters and lilting the country with dyspeptic cranks No people can be suite whose stomachs lire sore and tender Only 82 Years Old I am only S2 years oldand dont expect even when I get to be real old to feel that way as long as I can get Electric Bitters says Mrs K IL JJrunson of Dublin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps the old as young and makes the weak as strong aw this grand tonic medicine Dyspepsia torpid liver inflamed kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown lifter tak ing Electric Hitters a reasonable time Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Gos store Price r0o If you wllnt to always he on time keep your watch in good repair See Webb nillinery Mrs W G Patrick Kimbrell has a nice lino of ladies and chil drons trimmed hats and infants caps r l fEEI WHEN YOU SHOOT III l You want to JIlT what you are aiming at Le it bird bet or target Male your shots count by shooting the STEVENS let 41 years STEVENS ARMS have carri duf I1EMI1FR HONORS for AC CURACY Our Ine Rifles Shotguns Pistols hr I Ittli- t n t raula IfIrt u- isg i jI r- atr r r r r rrmpd inl 4 hln slue f er+ c k fnLt- en f r Iruent ant pr de dtern JUcautifulbrtecocr It is seldom that revenge is as sweet as the receipt indicated that it would be A lard Lot of troubles to contend with spring from a torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr Kings New Life Pills the pkasantpst nnd most effective cure for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and tone up the system 25c at SwannDay Lumber Gus store Dont be the under dog just to get sympathy A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect permitted n leak in the great North Sea dyke which a childs finger could have stopped to become ruinous break devastating an entire pn1 nee oft Holland In like manner Keiuutb Melver of Vanceboro Me preniit ted a little cold to go unnoticed 1111 tillI tragic nrii nvas only averted by Dr Kings New Discovery Ill writes Threo doctors gave mo up to the of lung inlhnitnatin en used by ti neglectedcold but Dr Kings New Discovery saved my life Guaranteed best cough and cold cut at SwannDay Lumher Cos store Sec and 81 00 Trial bottle free We heard on the street the other day of a man who claimed be was too poor to take his home paper hut all the same he read a notice in one of our county papers telling how to prevent a horse from slob boring and sent 8150 for receipt infolIIuI SpitExchangeA CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrnd ing Pills Druggists authorized to refund money if PAXO OIXTj M EXT foils to cure in G to 14 days SOc I Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Willipay GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky Till Winchestei Bank INCUIttOaATEn N H WiTiiEusrooN Ires Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of iinlivid gals firms and corporations S4S w v 1 r IiIiIIiIfI It d J 101 i I I1 Its to YourIF 51 l Interest f f To spend your money where it goes the furthestrd i tad you dont have to go fur to find rOur store is nlwny really to supply your wants infj i Dry Goods Notions Clothing huts Shoes Fur J inishings Groceries Hardware Ilaaness SaddleryFar- mingI Implements and etc j= f 1 Our Prices are Right 1 S So are Our Goods toJ will appreciate your trade and take nlxchltngor2 Icgoods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest price Will pay you CASH for Railroad rf4 frliesand all kinds of timber which you inny havet 1ISONtJJ j CLAY CITY KY 4 t t rJf t t Swr tMktIC t si t m t t L rorrm I c= rr rWWtTJi M lV ticiB iP 1rlrlQ1J UNION COLLEGE A CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN SOUTHEASTERN KY j J Near the Famous Cumberland Gap Full Academic Normal and College Courses DepartmentIElegantlyFurnished fj rates for ministerial students and children of ministers ISpecial OF FOURTEEN GRADUATES OF LEADING EASTERN fc AND MIDDLE WESTERN COLLEGES a Write for Catalogue and full particul- arPRESIDENT JAMES W EASLEY Barboirvillo Ky i JIi o lt PTn Jmv11rnrn mi enclosed and free from dust ami wiatiicr A coldrolled stationary std spindle on which all our wheels revolve requiring No Babbitting IS A FlATl Kl Fastening the sails without rivets or bolts and the use of 48 sails in wheel IS A FLATlRE A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving tho actual ing rod IS A A chilled ballbearing turntable and selfregulating device IS A Wrllo for Stale m trn1 fur exrln ive n n for our llnx In yonr te1Nty andlirffo ttuulaouuiIunlull line or Towtr 1uu4andlump All our guods carry 11101THE HELLERALLER co Napoleon OHIO u Trees Plants Vines For tlw Springof ltOfi the Blue Grass isursiiis nt Lexington Ky ollVr n full stock of Fruit null Ornamental StrwI Rhubarb Asparagus etc Vo employ no Agents Strawberry and General catalogues on application to H F Hit eivmcyer Sons LEXINGTON KY nn Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh avo with seven lots back of Presbyteri an church Will ho sold at a bar gain 11 Bailey 1 r BAKERSWIND ENGINES slmplodurable EA1HEI n t With the admission of Okla homa all of Jelleivoirs Louisiani purchase has becomu sovorii u states in the 1iiion There uw just thirteen of them the sime as the original number r EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS n I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS niGHTCC Anton bendtnR a ketch and dccrlpllnn mar I Milcklr asccrtnlii our uiiliilon freo wbelher Olt lion iltrlctly pruhnblrtUHANC6it6Noulateutb bent free Dlilust u ones fomucuriuiMwtcuti Iatmitu taken SUinn d Co rocolr notice without ehargo la the Scsertfic J1 terkanAhn- ndaomolrtllnatrntrdwretlr Tnrceatclt- culallun of any Terns U a tha I 5oIth t1ewdnHler Yolkaranch r Iir 4- r 1 I u f t Lyt d A r I n IClrSt i tt r i 11 kSi J T u j lt t lor I S I rrr A I t Ai HatHome To have a happy horde you should have children They arc grcat happyhome makers If rt weak woman you can fcc made strong enough to tear healthy chit dren with little pain or dis takingtlINE F CARDUI A Tonic for Women twill ease ell your pain reduce InflamnaUoo cure teusorrtie whites telling womb wartan trouble disordered menses backache headache etc ant make Childbirth natural and iasy Try nIAt all dealers in matiidnjc Jl OO battles- i i i DUE TO CARDUr rs coy baby girl nov 4wa wwks old Jvriles Mrs J Priest of Web C Iowa She Is a fine l IbealthyllLbe a15 eaiabuth Sulcg T i am still taking CsrJui and woW nit tre witbput it In Ithehouse t i = I n r The amount of work a buy puts into baseball would raise a lot of potatoes for him to eat ForPainMiles Anii Pain Pilland the Pain will disappear LUte Ma8icI5A Not by paralysing the nerves find glands like opium morphine cocaine and oicr dangerous drubs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained na a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad nfterefTccts You can safely depend upon Dr Mlles AntiPain Pus to relieve and euro such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act Ion on the nerves almost instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as Dlz zincs CarClclcness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely curo because by persevering In their use you do away with tho cause Dr Mlles 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 Antl1aln Pills have and are doing me Ever since the war I have had spells ol severe throbbing head ache caused by catarrh until six ears ago I AntiPain rills the onllremcdy that ever gave me I have not had one hard attack because I take a Pill dlfficultyGEOBttNOI FREE write to us for Free Trial Package of Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom flank Our Specialist will dlacnoxo your caschtellyou what Is wrong and how FreerDR MILES MEDIOAI CO LABORATORIES ELKIIAUT INDo n rHOKKS8IONAL CA- RDSN11Nl111VIN N Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Central Hots Ann where an experienced Practitioner may be faun nay and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY t B LITTLEPAGE M D ePHYSICIAN AND SURGEON r4 CHY OITV KY j B R SMITH M Dr PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON y 1 CLAY CITY KY f N- j AI ll 1k Tr Furnace Iw AV Barnes was in flay Wudnisduv on business Mart BallanJ charged with burniiifi Henderson Mossers barn lust March near hew was called at Irvine Circuit Court and con tinued until next Tuesday The Junior Order of United A inerican Mechanics Intel ainaruh at Garble yard school house Tuesday inorniiii and held exer cises before school which was presented with a nice bible and Ilat Nelson Abney commonly known as Son uey Abney and Miss Sadie Adams were married Monday July 15 at the residence of George Abney on Cow Creel Estill county Elder T P Ed wards olliciatinjr Kimbrell Miss Letlin Kifhardson is visiting her brother Robert near Fox Miss Dorsil Stocl tOil of Waco is visiting Mrs J W Tuttle this week j J II Dawson was at Ileidel berg the lint of the tcekuu bus mess I Mrs John Harris is visiting her mother Mrs Mary McKin Hey near Virden Rev Henry Gardner will preach at Kimbrells Chapel next Saturday night and Sunday Claude Sams and wife of Vaughns Mill attended church at Jacksons Chapel last Sunday Elder Cronse of Winchester BUJltiltIlday M V Jalit and wife of Knowlton visited David Larison and other relatives here lust l week I A revival sleeting begins at Jacksons Chapel next Monday night The Pastor will be assisted by Rev C W Williams of Waco Virden G W Evcrmnn and wife of Right Angle visited relatives at this place Sunday lhe Virden nine played the Pilot View nine here Sunday and the homo team won The Merry pickers are plentiful in these parts und also the bellies are plentiful and fine We had a nice refreshing shower here Monday which WitS badly needed in this neighborhood Mesdames Sissie Everman and Margaret Curtis visited J 11 Evcrmnn and family Sunday G D Cook sold his saw mill to Bob Merritt of near the mouthof lied River for GOO J W Baker formerly of this place but now of Lexington was here Sunday mingling with his many friends Mrs Tempie Todd of Darlings vine and Mrs Fannie Rodgers of Clay City were the pleasant guests of Mrs Sarah Adams Sunday Rev Henry Gardner the evan east will preach at Loan Oak school house the first Sunday it August at three oclock Ever body invited and he will interest vou Our school will begin Monda with Joe Clark of Hardwick Jreek as teacher We expect t have a good school this year as i i i o l Y 17 we understand that Mr Clark is good teacher Mrs Cook has two boarders at the Virden hotel and is expect ins several more this week This is a tIne place of resort and we have as fine water as there is in the State and every thing upto date and the table is supplied with the freshest and best We hope that the readers of the TIMKS will be as lenient with ye correspondent as possible as we have had such a big crop of blackberries and we have been trying to take care of them and also the big fat coblors that we could not get time to write any items so we hope to be on hands regular hereafter Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslnckend Lime In any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City KILLmCOUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Lr1 iCilS 9 s New Discovery IFOR cONSUMPTION ISOc i Qureait and Quickest Curo for all THROAT nnd LT7NG SttOUB LES or MONEY BA- OILIVERISH FEELING This Morning 7 TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer Clay City Ilotel i J II EATO1V Prop y Table supplied with the best tht I markers affoids Everything nlatIand Glenn Rates 51 50 per II ONLY 400 v HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER The ti1k1y CourierJournal A 1111 THE TIMES nth one year for only One DollarFe- w people in the United States have not heard of the CourierJour mil Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially family paper Bya special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year and thin pa per for the price named above Send your subscription for the combina tion to usnot to the CourilrJour nnl M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLERI CLAY CITY KY J Custom work six Jays in the we Fresh Grounj Boltej Meal always on had Grinds for onemxth toll and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained all countries or no fee We obtain tnITHAT PAY adrerthethem Uwrouchlr oxpenre antll1c1p you to ourceea Bond model photo or sketch for FR E C report on patentability to years practice SUR PASSING REFERENCES Forfrca Cluldu hook on mutable Patents wrlto to SO3SOS Seventh Stroot- WASHINGTOD C THE 1btoiDted1wuh GJETLZIAT REVIVO l RESTORES VITALITV Made a Well Man tof Me PEUmToa xlim= Zproduce the above remit In 30 duyi It tell and quickly Cures wben all others toll Xouocmenwlllregitn their lost manhood ind old men will recover their yonthtul Tlgor br mini BEVIVO It quickly and surely restores Nervout bee Loot Vitality Impotency Mchtly Emliitoaf Loot Poser Falling Memory Vutlni DIieneLtod til effects of eelfauuBO or eicesatnd Indiscretion 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