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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a t t x ts y t 1 is5f1L Qir 1r r f1f r t- Y fbF k txt A 4w r t t t 1 C Y 7t Y J J llic I i ld I ttiTHE CLAY 1 CITY TIMESry 4 I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the SurroonJing Country ani Ourselves 1 E Burgher Iublisher VOL XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY AUGUST 21906 NO s1 L Great Reduction SALE Everything is Going at Reduced Prices for the r Next Six Weeks Granulated Sugart c per pound All Calicoes 5120 IIyard Y Good Dress Ginghams 8 130 II J 9CtPatent Medicines 100 Bottles 850 IIsoc II 350 Babbitts Lye8c per can Magic Food For Horses Cattle and Poultry These few prices mentioned promlscously from our Urge and varied stock are given to show what If going on In our tore Come money4 J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices We Blinds Mass Convention- A mass convention of Democrats convened in the Court- House at Stanton Saturday at two oclock for the purpose of and dele gates to attend the general Con gressional convention which met at Pikeville yesterday to nominate a for Congress in this district T B Ware was elected per manent and D C Morehead secretary 0 F Spencer offered a set of resolutions among which instructed the del egates to vote for Floyd Byrd for Congress John D of fered a substitute for J B White and giving Cooper second instructions The Chairman requested all the White mon to go to one side the Byrd men to go to the other The White men called for a count but some one the Byrd side moved for ment which was seconded and the meeting declaredadJonrnedByrd- getting as appeared to be a majority on his side of his house Walt for Dr O W McIntire dentist to doctor your At Clay City nil the week of August 20th Dont forget the date r Now s the Time1 vh + i N L 1 L J c to buy your needs in seasonable goods We are doting out c our line o- fMillinery t all White Goods and Ev erything in Summer Wear in our r StoreAT COST Firft come Grit 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 ti C SHIMFESSEL Telephone No 38 M J t RfiblANcfi MFG do Winchester Ky Manufacture Sash Flooring tloorllCeil1n Weathorboarding Varnndas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc tore Fronts appointing instructing candidate chairman Atkinson instructing and from adjourn teeth We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing FHutpid Roofiing and Etc Send us Your estimatesf f i T I w Prompt Shipments l k vi Y h+ 31 Sf h ru 4w i Ic 4 i That Cement Plant Again Ever since the finding of the bed of valuable cement clay at Stanton we have at different times published reports of plants to be started here and all so far have failed materialize until now we are afraid to publish what again if credited as a truth The Winchester Democrat a most reliable authority on local matters ventures the following statement The Patrick Cement Compa I ny composed of J 0 Patrick K S Bolmnripii and J D At kinson will build at once a large modern cement plant at Stanton Powell countyof 500 barrels dai ly capacity The field of work contains l000 cresol land The plant will costl 85000 and will be completed by January 1st The undertaking is attracting the interest off cement men all over the country and will bo a big thing for Stanton When completed the plant will employ from seventyfive to one hundred men j rDeath of James F McKinney James F McKinney died at his home at Spout Spring at a bout seven oclock Tuesday evening August 31 from a hem orrhage of the lungs following an attack of ipnoumonia lie was thought Ito be improving until the hemorrhage took place Funeral services and burial at Jacksons Chapel today Deceased WB fiftynine years old leaves a Wife and eight children His fiends were many as was attested iirthe large number which follo remains to their last ting place His burial was conducted by the Masonic fraternity of which he had been a prominent member for nearly thirtyfive years He was a leading citizen of his county and will be greatly missed Socialist Speaking Captain George M Jackson of Wickliffe gave a Socialist lecture in this city both Friday and Saturday nights Mr Jack son is a good speaker and hand led his subject well Capt Jack son was born and raised in Clay City and was a Captain in the Union Army His brother Grant Jackson was an officer in the Confederate army Our Photographer John W i Henry has been laid up again for several days the past week with rheumatism but is now a ble to be at his studio and will be there for several days when he requests persons who have work done to call and get same as he intends to at once close up the shop since it seems to so greatly be against his health to continue the business 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 At Barbourville a negro servant woman and male confederate killed andrqbbed the negress mistress The militia was called in to prevent aJyncliing Yrj 1 S lJ fr rvrrrJs v IIf MidSummerr Clearance Sale of Millinery Abb TRIMMED SAND UNTRIMMED HATS This Sale to be Re i gardless of COSTd N In order to make room for my Earf ly Fall Stock r r come Early and Get Choice i i f Mrs W N Bush j CLAY CITYrl KYJ j A is Suit for injunction to restrain the Kentucky Railroad CoinuiisI- sion from putting into reductions in freight rates made recently has been filed in the United States Court at Frank fort The railroads allege that the reductions amount to con fiscation of property Miss Mayme Groves has re turned from a visit to her sister Mrs Margaret Wills at Rucker ville A rural editor remarks1ve prefer living in a small town where the people will sympa THE WORLDLO- OKS PLEASANT to the young man woman who has A Savings Account because in case of sickness and other emergencies they have something to fall back on Have you a savings account If not dont put off opening one any longer You can start an account with ONE DOLLARand it may be the beggining of the build ing up of a large Fortune as thus the way most of our wealthiest men began the accumulation of their money We pay 3 per cent interest compounded every six months on Savings Accounts Call or write for booklet giving rules governing our Savings AccountsClay City National Banks 3 thize with you in trouble and if you havent trouble they will hunt some up for you Quick Justice On Wednesday of last week y Allen Mathis a negro criminally assaulted Miss Ethel McLane near Mayfield He was spirited away and escaped a lynching af ter confessing the crime The negro was Tuesday taken back to Mayfield protected under the guard of soldiers where ho was given a formal trial sentenced to hang and hung shortly after sundown While the trial was in progress the scaffold was built Thus justice was meted out to the culprit in less than a week after the crime was com mitted W E Hefiin just from a weeks trip to Detroit Buffalo Niagara and Toronto Canada He reports a very pleas ant trip College Girls Editor Meacham of the Hop kinsville Kentuckian hands out the following the college girls Of more than 1000 girl gradu ates of Chicago University only 171 have married A girl who can find the hypotenuse of a triangle but cannot turn a batter cake or work a button hole is seriously in a con test in which statistics show that there are not enough husbands to go round Mileage Books Lost Two Editorial mileage books of the L E Railway were lost on the public road between Cluy City and Stanton last Saturday The books were issued to tho pub theyIWe haven of the best paint in the world which we will sell cheap If you buy 500 worth wo will sell it to you at cost- Littlepage Son 7I v x4- T Y v r r Aw =SPOUT SPRING Asa Barnett visited friend in Clark count v tin latter part of the week D McKinney of near Win Chester was here a short time this week Mr and Mrs George U Lewis of Pilot View were the quests of the latter Inflict Sunday Mr and Mrs Jasper Todd lire visiting friends in Olark countyJ McKinney and fami ly of Lexington arc IsHing the family of Jas F MeKii ties this week Our school is progressing vet nicely under the able instruction of ProfJ A Winburi of Uollogo Hil- lIrenchng Saturday und Sun duv at the Baptist Church b Elder ear W McIntosh A lood attendance requested Lloyd Todd and Win Ell c were nmong the Elks big fair visitors at Winchester on his Friday They report a gram hnv and a pleasant time Mr and Mrs Benny McKin hey of Kuckerville was here Sunday to see the hitters fnth er James F McKinney whose condition is unproved J Willmott McKinnoy of Kuckerville was here Tuesda and received bunch of sheep which he had previously bought froui p tes a tis pKce A large concourse of people attended the funeral and burin of Jas F McKinney here today an account of whose death ap pears elsewhere in this issue Miss Pearlie Christopher tin bright 1ittl fOul ealo d daughter of Mr and Mrs H F Chribiopher hutsan attack of fever but is getting along nice ly under the careful treatment of Dr Littlepage and we wish for her a most speedy recov cry Everett Barnett has returned front Illinois after u several months He like many other thoughtful Estill count boys has decided that the grand old county has anvantages as wellas sections in the West and will remain here perma nently The bulletin of statistics of man a ufacltuing industries of Kentucky issued by the Department of Com merce and Labor shows that in 1005 the most important industry was that of flour milling The lumber industry ranks second in the value of products Beware of Ointments For Catarrh That Contain Mercury 1111 mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when en Using it through the mucous stir faces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reoutable physicians as the damage they nlll do is ten fold to the good you can poscibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufrcturtd by F J Cheney k Co Toledo 0 contains no mer curtand is taken internally act ing diec ljupon the blood lyid mucoUS till Taces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio hy F J Cheney Co Test jmonialp freerSold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Fnmllr Pills for con etipation r t fj f 4 io THE TIMES rUULISIIUD EVEUYTIIUnSDAY u i B burgher 1iibHslier Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aj vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondcliiss mail nmttor Thursday Aug 2 IW 1i I CLUB UNrESt For tho convenience of our sul scribers we have arranged club mtetl with the following papers at price below mentioned Tho TIMES anti CourierJournal t1011 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 C Louisville Commercial 75 fI Homo and Farm 75 AN 1OUNcctiENTS 11t are aiitliovmil to nnnounro F HYKI or Clark county its n rand Late nor Congress from tlc Tenth Con Xroptiioniil district subject to the IIC tied of the Democratic party Our friend Editor 1 B Black burn has just discovered and made public the fact that Powel county last year paid II015 for the printing of the ballots usei last fall while in Fayolte count where five times the number of ballots are used ns in Powell tin charges exceeded the amount paid by Powell county just a fev dollars As every one knows how well thertves office is pry paredto turn out this class of work anti as they also know how hard we laboied for the sectM of the ticket Insi fi i itr na sonable to suppose thai iiiie of lice was the grafter in the case anql here wo wish to state thai we were not given the job and not allowed to figure on it bul had we been we are sure that wi would have saved the county ii this item alone 4000 or 5000 The Kentucky negro has beer giving us some trouble tho pat week One murder and robberj at their hands and one criminal assault on a white woman The militia wns necessary to prevent a lynching in both cases The new law which provides for the trial and execution of the assail ants of white women will we believe have much to do in suppressing mob law The rapidity witli which the Mayfield author ities handle suck brutish charac ters is worthy of commendation from the hands of all thinking people of the State told the en tire South The Democratic Oongressiona Convention which met in Pike villo yesterday promises to be a lively one Byrd leads in in structed votes and has 21 Coop er has 18 i Davis 11 j White 8 j and Hopkins 8 The way the sit nation lays it is hard to judge anything about who will bo the leading candidates but it is the opinion of most politicians that the race will narrow down to Byrdand Hopkins Our exchanges have given all the way from two inches to half ii page notice of tho death of Rus sell Sageono of the richest men in the United States but here is a sensible and truthful way a Tax- IS exchange puts it Russell Sago tho miserly millionaire left all his millions behind and went where Uncle Sams currency is not legal tender Sunday Inst r20000 In Premiums Tho Board of Directors of the Bluegrass Fair Association have lecidedto ofler the same amount in premiums for the Bluegrass Fair as was given for time State Fuir last year Classifications w will also co particularly 011 clivscs of five stock that won ten opportunity to compote nt tI0 SisteFair and thus will be made of the Fair amt or lion of national impor i ice The premium money will run to twenty thousand dollars il IST been divided in such a iic leer as is believed will ape pcl to te people of Kentucky cv tO prominence being giver i0 the specific classifications in which they are more particularly interested Proper premiums will bo offered for all kinds of horses cattle sheep hogs mule and jack stock for tobacco hor ticiilturc field seeds grains for mineral products of all kinds am descriptions for poultry for lades work and all else pertain ing to a successful floral hall There scorns every reason to be lievo that the enterprise of tin PIIctOIS of tho Bluegrass Fai Association in offering so large tin amount will ho rewarded bv the patronage which it cserves Dr Bertram Smith the Oh Reliable Powell County Dentist will he at his Clay City olllce August 1st and remain one month Why patronize beginners when you can get the service of a Den tist of nearly 1C years experience Clay City has another case of 16 to 1 and Bryan says 1C to 1 is nut the issue this year A word to the 8umcientI Box 225 There is nothing more provokiii than an incorrct time piece If you liavo n watch or clock of this kind i 1 it t WoVt 1t Ctvi Jj lV I II ia In I t- OUR t I CIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular som paperrof Nashville Tain We arc able io give our rell1S tho advantage o tl dubbing i r which wo he- reve h the must liberal ever made by July uewspapfcui the South In tho first PJ P we will send tho TIMES and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any new or old subscriber who pays us JOc This great semi monthly farm paper gees twice every month in to 50000 southern homes and tho regular price is 50 cents a year It is edited by southern men timid women to suit southern condi tions and is just what our far mers need It answers free of charge any question n subscriber may ask und 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 office Has it Occurred To you why So many wheat flaked loads hero come gad guar Lack of quality of coumc The richness that is distinct velj noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it u taste quality tin eqimlled This accounts fur growjng business l Start now and get full vulue I GroI I i c If You Think of Getting that New Dress This Fall or Pants Rn Coat Shoes or Slippers belter see our line before buying Some Hot Weather Bargains 5c LtHus at 9c 7 12n 5 5 Ion n 8 13 Calicow 6 Granulated Sugar i 6 12 E IIestChina Glass and Tin ware at Closest Prices Mens Hats are jong fast ask to see them next time youre in Blacks and Colors Mrs J W WilliamsC- lay City Kentucky The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls J And Flakiest Biscuit 1 AIO IeuolVheuloiiITrte Pearl arid Bakers Pride Flour t Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY i Sold by our Leading Merchants + INSURE WITH F A LYON SON ilThe LatulingILirzurnnce Agenti it of ISuNtorii i outuolcy + t + t c or C t 01200000000+ + i Represented z I t Everyone who knows anything about insurance know 4 t they are leaders in this line J POLKA CANS BEAUTIFYY0URH0Mt Pl1IflHOT ftlAO AJNTImPOr1l8 H IgdtlmwTI wdnd HHwcbm =1 w I 1 a w m p 1 YM M LtewiNM A mall investment In I idd greatly to the value ind beauty of your property ind mike you I good nelghborb making a tood neighborhood Good one ol the bur inveiimtnii ind pays big rciurni In improved vulva Its a uving not MI cipcnte But whir you paint buy only 1- N V acknowledgeTheIrom the dealers barrel not from the mixed punt can The point that la ready Rure with liniccd oil gallon lor gallon n KINLOCH PAINT and wo laod III UK lor every good tenon we know B Littlepage Son KILOlr1tTOMPANY r CLAY CITY KY h Mln FHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY AUG 2 lOOn LOCAfJBREVITIES E N Wilson went to Beatty vill Tuesday A heavy rain Sunday put the river up Monday John Swope of Side View is visiting friends on Hnrdwick 1creekMrs Charles Crook is visiting relatives and friends at Beatty yule At Clay City all the week of Au gust 20Dr W O McIntire the Dentist Mrs Al Vaughn of Covingtoi is the guest of Mrs E N Wilson tills week Squire John W Tuttle of Kimbrell was transacting busi ness in the city Monday Mr and Mrs Evert Burgher of Winchester are visiting relatives on Hardwicks creek Read change in Mrs Williams ad this week some rare bargains are offered Go see for your selfMGeo P Douglas of Levee was here Monday repairing maI chinory in G W Andersons mill 4 Several from Clay City attend 0 i ed the Democratic mass convention at Stunton Saturday after Roan pr Miss Mary Graham Eaton en tertained a number of young friends at her home Tuesday ev ening rz Editor White of that most ex cellent paper the Estill Herald was in the city Saturday for a short while r Home grown watermelons have f appeared on the local market They are fine this yetr and of 1itt course high enough j Dr W O Mclntire DentistS will be in Clay City to practice his f profession all of the week begin ning August 20 F The Circuit Clerks Associa tion of Kentucky are holding their annual session at Estill Springs this week I + Hogs are dying in some parts r of the State and in Missouri they are dying by the thousands1 t of some new disease The State Fair at Louisville t and the Bluegrass Fair at Lex ington have the same dates which J really looks 11 little ugly tMrsMollie Berryman and Miss Shimfessel of Trapp were guests of Mrs 0 Shimfes sol Monday and Tuesday t Judge WT Webb is one of the P wellcounty delegates at tending the Congressional c- ontvention now in session at Pike villa The Court House at Stanton pressedti i plastering which has been falling si Sfe off for some time I TO CURE A COLD IN ON DAY v j L Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quip a nine Tablets Druggists refund mono t v ey Hitfalls to cure E W f GROVES signature is on each box 25c J i 4 r MLfaMa4Y a ra I aki- 1n11OtlnW7 4i l r a1A u v- Y1NIMrIH The Clay City National Batik has change in their ad this week which dents with their savings department This should interest all of our renders 0 Shimfessel has taken the agency for the Williamson wagon made at Catlettsburg It is a good wagon and Mr Shimfes sol should sell a number of them to our farmers and teamsters Henry Hart of Lenexa Kan is visiting his sister Mrs Thos J Fletcher Mr Hart went to Kansas before the Civil war and this is the first time to visit old Kentucky friends in thirty years Mrs Noah Rose of Jackson formerly of this city is in a hos pital at Lexington with typhoid fever Her little daughter Miss Gertrude is also very low with the same trouble at the Rose home in Jackson Now is the time to sow a larg patch of turnips Sow them in the corn field if you have no other place for them Besides be ing fine for table use turnips area splendid feed for cattle and af ter planting requires no labor to grow them A Mystery Solved IIow to keep oil periodic attacks of bllliousness and habitul consti pution was a mystery that Dr Kinks New Life Pills solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25c at SwunnDr Lumber Cos store Church Free from Debt The Clay City Christian Church has raised suflicient money to liquidate the debt which has been hanging over it since the church building Was completed This accomplishment is largely due to the untiring efforts of the ladies of the church In Self Defense Major Humm editor and manager- of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought It box of BuckUns Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quicktst healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25c Stvann Day Lumber Cos store At the July examination for teachers there was not a single applicant for teachers certificate Oalvestons Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city us on the higher uplands E W JJoodlcc who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex deeds no sea wall for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Be fore that time I had a cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures cronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whoa ing Cough oiid prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at SwunnDay Lumber Cos store Price 50c and 8100 Trilll bottle free Riches have wings but they an not the kind of wings that are ash mablo in heaven If you want to always be on time keep your watch in gool repair See Webb nUIinery Mrs W Gh Patrick Kimbrell has a nice line of ladies and chil rens trimmed hats and infants caps II1lv I The Inc1Ask yoardeslerand Insist on the STEvENS Ifyou I recterOrutNenWoo can not obtain we Mpd receipt cfctuloir price Send 40 In stamps for 140 dlCrtblniIhe IProfusely lllunrated and contains poInts on Shoot- Ing Ammunition Etc Beautiful urnledJ STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO PO1J004o56- CntCopEE FALLS MASS USA A big gas well has been bored at Beattyville mud it is on fire The promoters claim they have opened up a big gas field The End of The World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove la ofall usefulness came when he begai taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffering which I wouldnever have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of General Debility Sure cure for all Stomoch Liver and Kidney complaint Blood dis eases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaranteed by SwannDii Lumber Co The woman who dresses better than her friends will never be pop ular with theW A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PIUS Itching BlitiJ Bleeding Protruding Piles DIggists arty Rutlllrbwd to refund uu ney if PAZO OINT VENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days 50o Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hens DuckslGeese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEiisrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of indi vid gals firms and corporations 848 FEELING LIVERISH This Morning 7 TAKE I A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer nY p u HIJi Its to Your 14 Interest If To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is ulwuy ready to supply your wants in iT IFrmlgOur Prices are Right So are Our Goods PJ We will appreciate your trade and taken exchangoII far goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest r market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties andall kinds of timber which you may have sK to sell Dont forget the placeiAlE l1 CLAY CITY KY i- ra f i1 Jl 1f Mo 1rrtF cqO r fbl Jlyors tk j1hl d1 l x J m r3f UNION COLLEGE A CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN SOUTHEASTERN KY Near the Famous Cumberland Gap Full Academic Normal and College Courses Unsurpassed Musical Department Curriculum based on the University Senate of the United States Elegantly Furnished Dormitories Tuition as low as consistent with the besladvantages Special rates for ministerial students and children of ministers A FACULTY OF FOURTEEN GRADUATES OF LEADING EASTERN i AND MIDDLE WESTERN COLLEGES Write for Catalogue and full parlicula- rsPRESIDENT JAMES W EASLEY Barbourville Ky poorLr N tJ The Great Indian Herb Tea CALOQUINE Tones up a sluggish liver and rundown system removes all Impurities and secretions restores lost ap petite and youthful complexion cures all diseases of the kidneys liver and bowelspurifies the blood SOLD UNDER A POSITIVE GUARANTEE I If taken according to directions it will put you on the road to health and a happy life worth the living Its natures own remedy composed of roots herbs etc Price 50 cents Sold by Trees Plants Vines For the Springof 1000 the Blue Grass Nurseif8 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 to H F Hil Bixmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyteri an church Will bo sold at a bar gain M Bailey Airc J Fortune doosnt always smile on the funny tuna Fortune never ktneks at sonic doors because it cant get by the janitor IEXPERIENCE 1DtSIGNSAnyone sendlnq s sketch end description may ascortllin one opll1lon frog w ether an I quickly la probably ommunlcnHANQBBoo tlonsttrtctlrcontldontlal on latente sent free eocurtneyatents- rntente takentrough Munn R Co receive- 1peaai notice without cbnrso In the Scientific American A htndiomolT Illnttnted wceKlr Lareestclrt cuiatlon of an iclemltto journal forms f3 a i eodbyailnewadealere4UNICo S M k0 f The DodgingPeriod of a womans life Is the name often given to change of life Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering which can however be cured by taking I OFCARDUI Womans Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc throughthis yourlifeYou can get It at all druggists In SI 00 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH- I luffereJ writes Virginia Robsonof East on MJ until I took CirJul which cured r whodidnt m The fool and his money are what keep the rust of us from starving to death F01 ParTale a Dr Miles Anti= Pain Pill and the Pain will dis appear LUte Pelagic Not by parnlTzlns the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocalno und other dangerous drugs but by In creasing tho natural secretions This notion Is obtained an a result of modern discoveries In rncfllclno making it possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffectsYou depend upon Dr Stiles AntiPain pms to relieve and euro such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomachache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism backache Toothache etc They will nlso by their calming act ion on tho nerves almost Instantly ro llevo such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarGlcl hoB3 Indigestion Irrl 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 tho cause Dr rUes AntiPain PIUs are guar anteed that drat package will benefit or your money bade Never sold in bulk I am thankful for the good Dr Allies AntlIuln Pills havo and aro doing mo Ever since tho war I have had spells of severe throbbing headache caused by ctarrh until six ears PIIlSjthoone a duIlcultyGEOSAlICP1 FREEWrite to us for Frro Trial ot Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pills the New scientific Remedy I for Pain Also Symptom blank Our SpecIalist will uiiurnoyo your CI1oltcllyou what Is wrong and how ree Pit MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKUAUT IKD PROFESSIONAL CARDS r 0 IANV JJIr4yr Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Csntral Note Ann w here experienced Practitioner may be faun day and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade work known tu modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITYf KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLY OITV KY BRSMITHM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KYy N a fi l JefftsrsoivVille Win A Tanner and wife visit ed D D Tanner and wifo Sunday W W Stevenson sold a pair of mules court day Price Trot known Mrs Iink Wilson has been sick the last week but is some betterOrdle Ware sold to Allen McCormick tf calves and one sow and pijgs for fortysix dollars G B Martin and wifo visited Mrs Mary Myers Sunday nnd at tended the buriel of little Ish mael Stoklcy Albert Leach was at homo Sat urday night and Sunday from Jackson where he is cutting mum tier for lining tho tunnel G B Leach who has been auf fering for sumo lime with a ris lug in his hand is abln to be out again but si not able to doan work yet W 11 Holly and G II Martin visited William Daniel Saturday night who is very low with stout ach trouble He can not last long without a change John Potts the Clay City tie man passed through this commu nity Monday looking niter the tie interest for the company John looks well but reports goodchick oils scarce G B Martin bought one dozen tine frying chickens that weigh ed thirty two pounds Who can beat them Dont every body speak at the same tune They I were raised and sold by W II Holly who leads in pure Ply mouth Hock ehiclellsfIslimenltlieliile son of John Stokley flied with llux Saturday anti was buried Sunday in the Myers yrave yard in the presence of a largo number and while we bereavedparents it is little Ishmeals gain for Christ said except you be con verted and become as a little child you cannot enter the king dom of Heaven Oov Folks Idea Gov Joseph W Folk in address ing the retail niirclinnli of Missouri at the convention at Jefferson City spoke against tho mail order business and favored advertising in the town papers lie said in part IIWe arc proud of our splendid cities und we wnnt them to increase I in wealth and population and we also desire the country merchants to prosper I do not beluve in the muil order citizen If a pltiuo is good enough for a man to live in and to ninkii Iris money in it is good enough for him to spend his moneyNo merchant can succeed with out advertising in one wayor an other Patronize your town papers wild them up and they will build the town up fad build you up in increased trado and greater oppor tunitiea Owing to troubles over which wo have no control the paper ir one day late this week Local Option fllxup Somo months ago a local op tion election was held at Onrush which was carried by tho tem perance people and the saloom quit business A short time ag two barrels of whiskey belonging to Merrifiold Massey druggists were spized and the druggists ur rested for bringing liquor into t local option district On th trial it turned out that the cor- y y i tificate ot the officers of the election had never been filedttnll consequently local option did not legally prevnilanti now the druggists hnvejwed the officers for one thousand dollars damages for false arrest If a man would only pay hjs debts as promptly as ho pays his grudges his credit would be better Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslnckend inany quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per arrolat the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City KILLTHif COUCH k MID CURIE TH = LUMPS El WITH irKmga lew Bisao 0r I FOR cONSUMPTION OUGIIS and OLDS I60cSurest and Quickest iirall I THROAT and IiUIIQ TROUB LES or MONEY BACK i and TRADCMADKS promptly obtained In LijI ENTGITHAT I I Clay City Hotel r J II EATON Prop I X Table supplied with the best Hit markers nffoids Everything neat and clean Rates 81 50 per day IONBV OO HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER The ccCoilrichJoiiiiiiol And THE TIMES Both one year for only One DollarFe- w people in the United States have not heard of the Courier nal Democratic in nil things fair in nil things clean in all things it is essentially a family paper By II special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year this pii per for thu price nnnied above Send your subscription for the combina tion to usnot to the Courier Jour nal a M BAILEY Merchant ani Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY E D Custom work six Jays in the we Fresh GrounJ BolteJ Meal always on hanJ Grinds for one sixth toll THE n 1YeterD11fromrlta GHEA1W IREViVe RESTORES VITALITY I Made a Weft Man sof Ms mzrOB TZE T I ppovertnllpend ntctlycCCuureelwhenetotthersfell I VorasmcawlllregJlu their lost manhood alld old taco will recover thlr youthful vigor by 09103 j REVIVO It quckly and surely reitoreiKtrvocc ness Lost Vitality Impotcncr NIghtly Emissions l IndlleUtlon111rbleb 1andposttlvethe money nook Address lOYAL MEDICINE WNCHIC aoiuftI- Toi bade in Oliiy City Ky By B Little page Son BAKERWIND ENGINESjMado for more than a quarter of a century The most simple I durable and economical lava no equal All wearing surfaces enclosed and free from dust and weather I A cold rpllcd stationary steel splndlo on which all our wheels revolve requiring No Babbitting IS A FEATURE I Fastening the sails without rivets or bolts and the use of 48 sails in wheel IS A FEATURE drivlngtheactuatIng A chilled ballbearing turntable and selfregulating A for and for exclusive agency for our line In vicinity end secure centi rlrecolaoinake t7iJtf n of Tower Tank ana Inmps All our goods carry with them out full THE HEULERAUUCR co Napoleon Ohio u S A 4 and BT SAVES I I MJiliJ1f DOLLARS I I Two greatest Investment for every mailrich or poor who takes pride lu personal appearance The tC iDmy Troassrs Presser easy quick pleasing No botherno trouble Presses trousers so well as to crojle the envy oferen tho welt drcsrod man costing nothing but a few minutes time No heatno Iron A tailor would charge twenty I live cents Bent on trial Circular IK T BURRO Ea freeI QuinineTlloaeI uFr iW t iyr r 0 it J The Hagan Gas M 1oJ or Gasoline Engine The lhptj the Simplest the most rdliiblc the most Durable hard Write today for partieulnrp We also handle a full line of ifu Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL t SUPPLIES i Repair Work a Socially THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER K- YRho maffc fires 1ISo many wonderful cures of Rheumatism have reaulteil from us- ingWARDS i R BID1 Qty k7w W R1 Df that you would ljj w It ir crrat niaJcIre ee tat give Ii thentral S c ly pJ7Ucns ar d- frto ide rt 1ccfl ha beetrcovtd arty 4 r rlai9ntlmc tnhr e 000 Your otI Flats se s + VII1r1 n t e tLdraIa Ifh 1 ut sutmlr you S T 1 i asra htIv eatu nrrtSf 12 EaapiSIra SL CfiiMgo LSnua utslwerwrsw a Lexington Eastern Ry Effective May 20 1906 EASTnouND No2 No4 Stations P m A M Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 810 82i II L unction 025 837 c Cluj ity400 Data II Stunton 410 03J II Campton Juno 440 050 Natural Bridge 44i 954 v II Torrent 457 1003 II Beattyvlllt Tunofi18 100- I O R K Janet 005 1120 Ar Jackson 010 1130 s5 wEsrnouND No3 Nol Stations P M A i- nLrJackson2i t 026 II 0 K Junct 2 80 0 20 1 Bouttyyllle Juno 820 725 II Torrent 842 747 g 1 Natural Bridge 835 801 k II Campion Juno U57 803 Stahton 425 828 Olfiv Oltv 484 837 LE Junction 803 O10 Winchester 020 923- Ar Lexington 005 1010- TrainsNos 8 nnd 4 dnlly other trains daily except Sunday The following connection are made daily oxcopt Sunday O K Junction Trains NosS nnd 4 with O K for local sttations on the 0 K Unilwriy- OamjitOH Junotlon All trains conanect with thu Mountain Central for Flue Ridge and Campton J U BARB GRAS SCOTT Gen 1InllnHcrGen Pass Agt f To Cure a Gold in One Day yehr kltclayPrlco fa Irvn 10 1 51 s n 4 ii- t My i stiTar