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Sy jt tj j p THE CLAY CITY TIMESt 60 Cents a Year in Adianca We are here to help Clay CilytheSurrouniing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I I1 VOL XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1906 i NO X7 Or at Reduction SALE Everything is Going at + Reduced Prices for the Next Six Weeks Granulated Sugar6c per pound All Calicoes 5120 Ityard Good Dress Ginghams 8 Iac Good Towels 9C Canning Acid8c per ounce Patent Medicines 100 Bottles 850 u Itsoc 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 how what Is going on In our tore Come and see for yourself that we can save You mon e7 J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices We Manufacturer Sash Flooring doors Coiling Pickets Stairways Shingles Etc Healthful Clay City While neighboring towns are reveling in typhoid and other dangerous fevers Clay City peo ple remain in their usual health ful mode Whatever may bo said about the low and level sur face of Clay City it shows up a very low death rate not onehalf that of our neighbors or at least this now seems to be the case The people of this town should be very thankful to their creator for these blessings Persons on the lookout for a healthful town to in can not beat Clay City and if they are good citi zens we offer for them a sober quiet town in addition and ex tend them a most hearty wel come Change in Time Table The Lexington Eastern has made quite an important change in their time table and the same is now in effect The west bound morning train now arrives at Clay City twelve minutes earlier j the morning east bound train sixteen minutes earlier The afternoon trains arrive at the same time as heretofore The change has been made so as to make better connections at Beat tyville Jct and LtC E Jet i 1 1T OWt HeJ2 e F to buy your needs in seasonable goods We are dosing out our line o- fMillinery all White Goods and Ev erything in Summer Wear in our 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 SHIMFESSELTelep- hone No 38 ps RELIANG fi MFG Go Winchester Ky BUnd Wwitherlioardinif- Varnndos and Store Fronts locate We are Headquarters for Buildifig Paper Felt Roofing Flintold Roofing und Etc s- r Sendus pour c estimates I w jPrjonipf Shipmentsx afc V ff J i i it r I wr y- U A Feature of Much Interest In the State DeVoloprnent Convention which meets at Wiches ter October 10th 11th and 12th a feature of much interest on the program is that of the Roll Call of Counties Seventytwo counties responded in the roll call at Louisville and the Com mittee expect to have more re sponses this year Each cjuuty judge in the Statp has been ask ed to select a miin in his county to prepare a statement to be us ed on the roll call of counties setting forth county statistics in answer to the following ques tions 1 In what does you county ex cell 2 What does your county need most 8 What is its labor supply and what wages does such labor command 1 What factories and otJier industries have you Give he capital em ployed extent of business num ber of employe and amount paid in wages The information thus furnish ed to the beOfcompiled and given wide public ity throughout the United States to attract to Kentucky capital seeking investment This matter is one that should not bo overlooked in Powell county It is an excellent means of advertising ouritesources and desirability as a location of such industries as v4ueed and of- Uriugili befdr pnhhic what- we have and whntwe want men throughout the f Huntry who lUte seeking investment read the lit erature of such bodies as the State DevelopmentConvention and a good strong statement from our county will be of much value to us We want other people to know us and to know what wo have Farmers Institute Agricultural Commissioner Hubert Vreeland announces sched ule of Farmers and Industrial l THE WORLDLO- OKS PLEASANT to the young man or 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 this is the way most ofour wealthiest men began the accumulation of theirmoney We pay 3 per cent interest com pounded every six months on Savings Accounts Call or write for booket giving rules governing our Savings AccountsClay City National Bank m r rA J 7 7- v KjSsaseassaaBa v v V VV Iyvv rvtl We will Have on Display a Line of Upto Bate j ti STREET HATS t Bye 1 i r Saturday Sept 15th 1 i A Fe- wSUMMER i HATSI on Hand yet Which Iam Selling Jso Cheap you will Buy if u you Only book r r Mrs W N Bush r CLAY CITY KY I 51A 0 aoooa- e I IN as THELI = BIG = BLUEGRASS j =FAIR= 20000 PREMIUM LEXINGTONl SEPTEMBER 17th Tn 22nd The biggest and best Fair ever held In the South Classifications Include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Kopps famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of all sorts For Catalogue end other information address QEO A BAIN Secyi Lexington Ky Institutes to be held in each county of Kentucky between September 21 and December 20 and the election of two members of State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration The Powell Institute will be held at Stanton November 21 and 22 Every farmer in thecounty should attend this institute and help to make it a success Editor White Mary I The marriage announcement of Mr J R White the urbane editor of the Estill Herald to Miss Burnace Taylor of Rich mond has been made the wed ding to occur Saturday Sept 15 The TinEs extends congratulations to Bro White and wish for him a long and prosperous married life and in this way we trust the lacking satisfaction of I IN publishing a country newspaper may be made up to him in the future Defendants Win Contest Last fall all kinds of fraud are alleged to have been perpetrated in the Estill county election for county officers and the Republi cans won This caused a contest for the office of Sheriff and As sessor The case was passed up on last week at Irvine the de fendants winning The case will probably be appealed Photograph Gallery for Sale One Portable Gallery Four Cameras and every thing necessary Good trade established No gallery in 18 miles largo territory Prix j from 50o to 86 per doz My heslth only reason for selling Call on or write J W Henry Clay City Ky i 1 c J S SPOUT SPRING II F Christopher bought a splendid more at Irvine court Monday for 150 00 Mr and Mrs Thos McKin ncy are visiting the family of G P Douglas pf Levee James A Fox of Winchester who owns a nice boundary of timber near hero is having it worked riving employment to a number of men The little three yearold son I of Mr and Mrs Albert Crow formerly of this place has been very low with fever but is now improving nicely J W McKinney of Rucker vine was here Tuesday and yesterday buying hogs Ho bought a nico bunch from Tuck Bush on Hardwicks creek L V McKinney and family of Hudson Illare visiting rel atives in Estill Clark and Mont gomery counties Mr McKin fey twentyfive years ago when a mere lad left here with his fa ther J D McKinney and In cated where he now resides He says the country here has chang ed much to him in the timo he has been away The administrators sale of J F McKinney deceased Thursday was largely attended and the bidding was very liberal Cows brought from j20 00 to HO 00 and other cattle sold well A bunch of nice ewes brought o 20 per head Stock hogs sold for 6 15 per hundred House hold articles and farming imple ments sold well New Train The L E will put on an ad ditional train during the Blue grass Fair week commencing Sept 17 Return limit to Sept 24 This will greatly accommo date those who expect to attend the fair giving them an opportu nity to attend the fair returning the same day From what we an learn there will be a number attend from this county Same Effect in Clay City Since the saloons in Irvine have been closed for two months in con sequence of the local option election the law has been observed in a most commendable manner by our citizens generally No attempts have been made so far as we know to set up blind tigers or engage in jug traffic in liquor And the beneficial effect is easily observed The scenes usually attendant on bar rooms of idlers and tiplers con gregating and drinking and fre quently disturbing the public peace am removed anda disposition is shown on every hand to lay aside such habits as may have been con tracted in the bar room andengage in useful callings The prediction that the business of the town would be injured by having no saloons has not been verified on the con trary health and useful business have improved and every citizen can now visit our town or reside therein and after attending to the affairs of his daily culling andreo turn to his family without the in ducement b waste his money in buying intoxicants certain to injure him physicallymentally and more ally We think great good result ed by the suppression of liquor sel ling both financially and morally to our community Estill Herald New Watchmaker JP Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable f terms Now located in the Adams Uot building for work in his line Prompt attention to all workand satisfaction guaranteed THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVKUT THURSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Sntscription Rates SO Cents rer year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 13 1901 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 75 I Home and Farm 75 Some Solid Facts These are the days when the discontented farmers fancy light ly turns to thoughts of moving Thegreat railway systems of the West flood the mails with manu els setting forth the beauties and virtues of this and that region each claiming to be par excel lence the homeseekers paradise Agriculture has in this aspect taken the place of mining In former times the new country that offered the most attractions to settlers from a distance was that in which gold was taken out of the ground in big yellow nuggets or infinitessimul dust in these days the search is still for a quick fortune but the medium exploited is the growing crop which can be turned into gold or greenbacksby the slower processes of planting cultivating and harvesting and the pioneer now has for his emblems the gang plow and the reaping machine instead of the pick and pans Now the advertising circular teems with prints in which the settlers comfortable homestead and hap py family are shown projected against fields of heavyheaded grain trees groaning under ap ples and peaches proportionately as large as watermelons and the cattle of a thousand hills group ed in a pen by the side of the railroad awaiting rapid ship ment to market where buyers stand in line longing for the chance to draw fat checks in payment While these pictures at tract the eye few if any have ever bettered their condition by leaving our own fair county and tho few who have left would on Iv be too glad to be bacltWin chester Democrat State politics are warming up considerably with the machine candidates decidedly getting the worst end of it In Powell the machine crowd is considerably in the rear The people seem to be tired of grafters in whatever party they may be- How This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY tC CO- Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F1 Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in allbusiness transactions and financially able to carry out miry obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo Of Hall2 Catarrh Cure is taken in ternully acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent Price 75c per bottle Sold bynlj Druggists Toke Halls Family Pills for con stipation E YV 47 dryruesdoyi1a1 mor than 1QOO majority RILfft IP THIS CO lTIO- NOF THE Oaf IKj National Bank At t My in the state of Kentucky HMM sie of business Sept 4 1006 RESOURCES Loans and discounts f113060 55 Overdrafts secured and un secured 272975 TTSBonds to secure circuln 50000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds 1500 00 Bonds securities etc 00 3872 50 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 350000 Other al estate owned 250720 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 836 82 Due from approved reserve agents 470206 Notes of other Natl Banks 6CO 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 7263 LAWFUL MONEY KESKKVK IN BANK viz Specie 1100500 Legal tendernotes 7407 CO 847200 Redemption fund with U S Treasr5 of cirln 2500 00 Total 225463 tl LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 50OCOOO Surplus fund 6800 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 221402 Natl bank notes outstanding 40800 00 Duo to other National B minks SOI 06 Individual deposits subject to check 11725833 Total 122546341 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OP POWELL SS8 I A T Whitt Cashier of the a bove named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief A T Whitt Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of Sept 1006 T J Fletcher Police Judge Clay City Ky Court CORRECT Attesfi Jno tkinson 51 H Courtney Directors OKAS COTT Has it Occurred To you Why So many wheat linked foods hove come and gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctvely noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it a taste quality un equalled This accounts for growing business I Start now and full value Grolcer WilliAMS A WOODEN PUMP Made of Iron- Ouaanteed All repairs done quickly above ground Take off Fulcrum and Handle to pull out Plunger for repairs same as in woods rumps FOR mMerHIExtrahue Braw drain Cock prevents Rubber valve Best changeable everywhere osrrythem costatooWILLIAMS CO 473 Harmon ItIndianapolis Indl R G7 r 1 IfYThink of Getting that New Dress This Fall- or Pants Rain Coat Shoes or Slippers better see our line before buying Some Hot Weather Bargains 5c Lawns at n 4c 712n 5 Ion 1 8 137 Calico = 6 Granulated Sugarw 6 12 Besl Coal Oil 15 China Glass and Tin ware at Closest Prices Mens Hats are going fast ask to see them next time youre in Blacks and Colors Mrs J W Williams Clay City Kentucky e he Whitest White CakefThe Lightest Light And Flakiest Biscuit I Aio elude Vliiju You UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour I Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY I Sold by eur Leading MenhantH INSURE WITH-II A LYON S0Ni u1 iThcLcndlnK Insurnnco Agents = o crn ucIj 1 IOver 200000000 t I 4- r t + It J Every one who knows anything about insurance know ithey lire leaders in this line + W POLKAOOTCANS BEAUTIFY tT fHfJJfr rtut MeaoM4 ewwrrwr rbwpwr art IMWUM TW M u INwNlenl f1Uyyrw N+ A3 ewelILUrWAumdlIn- rehmemNpilnreddsgeulrtothevs3eindbrynryoiyou propinjnni male you I good neiftlbor by miking I good CM the ben iIIoc lmcnu and pea returns in improves values lie Hying cot M npcou but when you piiM buy only JIiItitablertazonwhyIearonersryhoaeapunterwiaultawlelpThe roodtofor every pod reran we know t BL ttl page Son IUI OCrA1NT COI1NY k shJ n iadS A CLAY CITY KY THE TIMESL AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER T IURSDAYSEPT 18 1000 jJJOOAIj BREVITIES i- I InotvltouTressl was hero Thursday i J W McKinney was in the city Tuesday on business z Patrick Henry is attending LexingtoniI Miss Mary Graham Eaton left this week for Georgetown Col lege Dr Littlepage was in Jackson the last of the week on a busi ness mission 1 Mrs T J Fletcher has return from several days visit to rela tive in Bath county Mrs J B Eaton is in Cincin nati this week buying goods for their store in this city Ed Warmouth and family left here Monday morning for Terre Haute Ind where they will re futureiMrs Pattie Ware teacher in the primary room of the city school arrived and assumed her I dude in the school Monday worn ITheOiay City National Bank I has another one of their fine statementsin this issue which is a satisfaction to both stockhold ers and depositors e S M Mapelof this city I 1 bought at Irvine Monday at Com IETt M jnissioners sale the Cottage Furnace tract of land containing 500 acres for 410000 I = Hon F A Hopkins Demo cratic candidate for Congress in this district will speak in this I city tonight Let every body come out and hear him Mr and Mrs James A Fox of Winchester are in the city Mr I Fox has opened up a tie timber job on a piece of land three mile from here which he bought last Spring Miss Floretta South of Frank fort was the guest of friends here a few days last week She left for Hazel Green to assume her duties as teacher of music in the academy there 1 Willie Lyle the sixteen yenr old son of John W Lvlo died at Irvine last week of f vor Mr Lyle formerly lived in this coun relativslIndhim in his sad loss Bnrnum R Baileys big circus will exhibit at Mt Sterling Sept 21 and at Lexington Sept 22 This is one of the best shows on 1 rr the road and the exhibition at Mt Sterling will be witnessed by many people from Powell r Bought Farm A Mr Ledford from up the Kentucky river has purchased ti the John Vaughn farm on Hard wicks creek froinJ II Stidham for 4000 Mr Stidhnm bought t thisfarm from Oscar Mackey of r this city early last spring for 850000 c l TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY r 1nk LAXATIVE BROMO Qui ynine1abletsDrnggistsrefundanria ikey if it fails to cure E W z iQROV SjJJgiiatureJsOn each box 25c JL h Iryr i Sold Farm Joe Tiptbn of this city has sold his farm known as tho Jim Walters place two miles southof Olay City to a Mr Bowman of Owsley county for 2750 per acre Possession Nov 1st when Mr Bowman will move to his farm WAlNSCOfTri POP is a healthy TONIC Died in Missouri MeL Halla former citizen of this county whose illness was noted in our last issue is dead at his home atr Independence Mo Mr Hall has two brothers living in this county and many friends who regret to learn of his death Ho leaves a considerable estate Well Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pen sion attorney of Pittsfield Vt susC Next to pension tho best thing to gut is Dr Kings Now Life Pills He writes they keep my family in splendid health Quick cure for Headache Constipation and Biliousness 25c Guaranteed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store Wants Bridge Across Kentucky The Estill Herald is agitating the erection of a highwaw bridge across Kentucky river at Irvine Slack water from Lick No 12 will make fording the river at that point impossible and a great saving in ferriage can be had by tho county building the bridge which it should do by all means To Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall of Phillipslhirg Kan just cover it over with Bucklens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rent Quickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Vounla Piles Eczema Suit Rheuu Chapped Hands Soro Felt and Sore Eyes Only Zoo at Swann Day Lumber Cos store Guaranteed For Government Ownership Since Bryan has returned from Europe where many of the various governments own and oper ate the railroads he has declared in favor of the government own ership of railroads in the United States Hurrah for Bryan this is another step in the right direc ownIelship ires the same to all In countries where the government owns the roads you can travel for one cent a mile here it is three and when the Itailroad Commission fixes fair rates for freight the rail roads complain and take action to annul the law claiming they cant operate on such rates only at a loss If they cant why not let the government have them and give the masses the benefit Starving ot Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eut Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair St Columbus 0wos literally starving to death She writes My stomach was so weak front useless drugs thut I could vnot eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep j and not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bit ters with the wonderful result that Improvement began at once and a Complete euro followed Best health Tonic on earth 50c Guar anteed by SwannDuy Lumber Co flillineiy Mrs 1Vf iMricJc Kimbrell has n nice line of ladies and chil drensjtrimnfedthatg anti infants caps y I ii 7to y w f taa1Jf 1 1i1The 1AOkJourdcaltraadlasb rO1POL Beautiful threecolor Aluminum Ilineer cUI U fur wuded for 10 cents In suiui J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO P O Box 4096 ClIICOFER FALLS MASlUIA The Breath of Life Its n significant fact that the stronaest animalof its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs mean powerful crea tures How to keep the breathing organs right should be mans chief est study Like thousands of oth ers Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Three bot tles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consumption 0 its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price 50c nnd 8100 Trial bottle free We have had much less rain this week than usual and it has not been quite so hot nn appre ciable change v A GUAUANTHL ytEFOR PILES Itching fluid BltJeding Protruding I Piles Druggists S are authorized to refund moneY if PAZO OINT MENT fulls to lure in 6 to 14 days 50u Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky TIlE Winchestei Bank INconeoRATEn N H WmiEHsroojf Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of individ dais firms and corporations 848 FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning 1 TAKE I A Gentle laxative And Appetizer w 4- qteanaoL arLii1A w r 6 71 1 mi I Its to Your J ImI r- r a 3 To spend your money where it goes the furthest mOurDry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur 11 nishings Groceries Hardware Huaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right M 1JSo are Our Goods 111 ti We will appreciate your trade and take n exchange i IJJmarketto sell Dont forget the place Y Yt- iA E BARNETT Ic SON CLAY CITY KY 1 a4 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 besladvantagcs Special rates for ministerial students and children of ministers A FACULTY OF FOURTEEN GRADUATES OF LEADING EASTERN AND MIDDLE WESTERN COLLEGES Write for Catalogue and full particula- rsPRESIDENT JAMES W EASLEY Barbourville Ky 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 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 So cents Sold by Trees PlantsII Vines II I For the Springof 1900 the Blue Grass Nurseies at Lexington Ky offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc We employ no Agents Strawberry and General catalogues on application to H F Hil ennveyer SOISI LEXINGTON KY Town Property for SaleITwo cottages on with seven lots back of Presbyterian church Will be sold at a bar gain M Bailey R 77 My wife bought a dress yester day that she calls a dear I got the bill today It is What men think about is best shown by what they do 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone lending a sketch and description may certain our opinion an I intention U probably tlonlstrlctJrconU4entiaL HANDBOOK on Patente sent free Oldest for securing patent Yatenta taken t co resolve at notice aitboout chharge lathe Scientific flmcricait handwmeJy Illnitraied weeklr Tjrgeit cir culation of any identlOo Journal Terra 13 a- eertfour months 2 b alt ne14ealen Ian oCosaS =thew York tmym a 0 Kimbrell D F Blantou bought of John McKinney 8 head of yearling heifers at 1550 per head Irvine Burton and wife of College Hill visited John V Harris and family the first of the weekThe Frank McIntosh farm near Sams sold last Monday at Com missioners sale for 80 00 a very low price R W Smith commissioner sold at Irvine last Monday the Cottage Furnace tract of land consisting of about 8500 acres mostly timbered S 11 Mapol of Clay City was the purchaser at the price of 41flOOo Hog Creek SaUl Curtisis improving slowly Crops are fine squirrels are plentiful The infant child of John John son is very sick James Branham and wife were in this neighborhood Sunday Bro Alonzo Willoughby spent Saturday night with 1 J Chase and wife Patrick Chase and wife of Jef fersonville spent Saturday night Chas West and wi- feHappy A Home To have a happy home you should have children They are great happyhome makers If a weakwoman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy chil dren with little pain or discomfort to yourselfby takingI ENEOF CARD UI A Tenic for Wornem It will ease all your pain reduce Imflamaation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian disordered menses back acheI eeadache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try It At all dealers In medldnes In f100 bottles tlDUE TO CAKDUI is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J Priest Qf Web ster City Iowa She Is a fins healthy babeand we are both doing nicely I am still taking Cardul and would not be without it in the house iiofo t PROFESSIONAL CARDS MNINNN1NyIJLNUIN411 W4INYWNNIN Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up uUlrs In the Central Hot Ann kindekigh o R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON fs CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON aciV OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY A 1 r M Miss Alma Smith of Jefferson ville and her sister had n narrow escape Sunday week by their horse running oil Mrs Zettie Colvin of Mt Ster ling who hns boon visiting her sister Mrs Mnrgarette West returned home Saturday Bros Alonzo WUloughby and Johny Strange preached interest ing sermons Saturday night and Sunday to a large congregation William Dougals and mother of Schollsville are visiting rein tires and friends at this pi ice We are glad to see Will looking so well Humbler JefFBrsoivVille Beachum Willoughby bought a cow from John Hanks Beachum Willoughby bought of G B Martin a nice sheep for 8 00 We are pleased to report that Mrs Pink Wilson is improving nicely G B Martin and W D Holly were in Mt Sterling Tuesday on businessMiss Amanda Martin is some better with whooping cough at this writing Mildred Sutten and family are visiting Mr Buttons mother a few days this week George Willoughby and wife spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Willojighbys mother Miss Bracken Martin spent September 1st with Martha Mar tin and reports a nice time Misses Alma and Mildred Smithspent last Friday with their aunt Mrs G B Martin GtB Martin bought 18 hehd of nice ewes and a fat cow from IDr Swango of Powell county Misses Alma and Mildred Smith while on their way from camp meeting the last Sunday of the meeting their horsa ran down a hill They both tried to oneIsiderunning in a buggy They ran into a paling fence tore their buggy up threw them out and cut Miss Alums face up right badly She had Dr Spratt right at once who took 11 stitches on her face Mildred was bruised up right badly but they both are improving nicely Big Bluegrass Fair The gates of the Big Bluegrass Fair will be thrown open at Lexington next Monday September 17 and for six days and six nights the people of Lexington and Central Kentucky will be given tho oppor tunity to attend what promises to be the biggest and the best fair ever held in the South Although the Bluegrass Fair Association was not organized until in July the management has been in the hands of sUch competent men that as great an exhibition is assured as could ordinarily be gotton together after six mouths of hard work Over 25000 will be given away in premiums for the various classifications to be shown at the Fair This is the largest amount ever of fered byany fair association in Kentucky It has been so divided is to cover fully the various diverse interests with whice the peopleof Central Kentucky are most particularly concerned Handsome offer lags are mado for all claws of live stock and for all agriculturaland horticultural products In addition the largest amount ever offered by a fair association in the South for poultry will be given and tin premiums for womens work table 3 ar- f delica i 8 and other features of Floral Hull are unsurpassed in the annals of Kentucky fair historyI One of the great features of the fair will be the display of thorough bred horses which will take place on Saturday September 22 Over 85000 is offered for this class of horses alone Premiums from tl e owners of the large stock farms throughout Central Kentucky in sure the largest and most valuable display of thoroughbred horses ever held in tho world It is well within the bounds of expectation to pre dict that more than two million dollars worth of thoroughdred horses will be exhibited that day Tho cattle show will be the best ever seen at a Kentucky fair The large amounts offered by the Bluegrass Fair Association have been liberally supplemented by offering from the HrlederslAssociatipns no sense been neglected anti there are especially liberal provisions for Jerseys Am prepared to do custom grind ing every day during the week Meal guaranteed to be first clnrs Bring our turn and give me a trial G W AnderKon Clay City Ky J W Faulkner intitf vs- M E Law defendant Notice is hereby given that Iwill on Tuesday the llth of Sept 1900 begin my sitting at the Court House in Stanton Ivy to hear proofof claims against 0 G Law deceased and all persons huving claims against said estate will please to file them with me on or before said dateThis August the 28 1900 R JACKSQN 11 C P C C Far For Sale 107 acre3StltalB from Clay Citv on Mt Stetlin road The l e has on it 650 apple nnd 500 trees and some peers plums plnchI ries grapes and other fruits Beginning to hear The orchard is on a north hillside and rarely fails to bear fruit Good dwelling four leverfailing springs land suitable for grass and yields 8 and 10 bar rels of corn rer acre On this farm is located the noted Slack Creek Lime Works with plenty of material and fuel on the farm Will be sold on reasonable terms Apply to R S NOEL Clay City Kv ONLY S400 Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 55 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clny City KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew PriceFOR100 p Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BALL M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on band Grinds for one sixth toll THE 1trw- pl nmAT REVIVOREstORES VITALln Made a Well Man oIM EFt NL R aprodncei theabove resnlta In 3O Xlaeti avert nd qulctlr Cures whlnanotklntatta- nngmenwlllmgatn their lot mwbood rod ofd men will recover tbelr youthful vlior br using BEV1VO It quickly and turtlrreitoret Nsrvoar Due Lost Vitality Impotency NUtitly Emlulo1- LodPowerra1llnl Memory Wstlns Dlieueiand aU flketi ot MUsbnse or eseel lid Indlsontlon which oarsontorstndybuelneuormseriage Itl- iCIt only eurei by Urtlnt attbi tt ot dlswebul- agreat BentODlo tad broad builder bring- Ing but the plak 1 tomtlo cbevklanare atorlnt the Ore ot youth It wards off Jnnnlty and Coarnmptlon Insst oa having BBVlTOiM ether It eta be carried In vat pocket Br null LOOperpackgeeorsixtorLOowith ipSN MTO written maranteo to ere or remMae oaY Book and adrlia frlle Addref 10YAL MEDICINE COMarin Uulldlar ILL Toi Solo in Clny City Ky gBy B Littlepage Son r BAKERWIND ENCINES simpledurableB ejiclDsjciTaVid fr 5a from dust andweather A c j Urollcd steel splndlo on which all our wheels revplv retiring No JJutblttlng IS A FEATURE Fa3lruingtote sails without rivets or bolts nnd tho use of 48 sail inwhecl IS A FIXTURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving the actuat log rod IS A FUATURE A chilled ball benring turntable and selfregulating device IS A FEATURE wr Ie fr t tIog eta not for exrlnrlve aveiiry tar our lira In yonr vtclnilyand i Brs accntiprl ni lullHF IT SAVES MANY DOLLARS The greatest investment for tlTert mearich or poorwlM fates pride In personal appearance u Till Economy Trousers Prmir81117 quick pleaetng No botherno trouble troneniowell M tocreate the envy eleven the well dreuedman costing nothing but Aw minute time No betno Iron A Ullor would chute twenty flo cento Sat on trial Circular free C T BURROWK CO1 FTo ftrt Portland Mains I Ttke Laxative Brpmo Quinine TatlbNb Sever MJaVaa riles tnttli fa Mat 111 laltu11t1 a rer r IThe The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable raadu Write today for particulars w We also handle it lull line of Belting Hose Pipe Fittingsrand y GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY T Rheigmas Sufferers I- So manyWlnderM cures of Bhenmntlem resulted from us- ingWADS Rhematicx led Lhrer Pills R that yon should know I of this great medicine I I role but give this l I np by physicians an- dfriend ai incurablo havo been relieved and cured Now 1s the time to be cured Buy a bottle today and commence Price BOo f Your drURglsta Belli Wards Rbenmatlo and Liver Pills Ifhe wont aupplY7Du accept I no substitute but send us SB rents and i will forward you a bottle prepaid On thai market for thirtyflve years THE PRINCE MEDICINE COMPANY 122 Hampshire St Cinbrldge Mass I Eastern Ry Effective Sept 7 1906 EASTBOUND No2 No4 Dai ox Sun Dally Stations Pm A M Lv Lexington 325 735 Winchester 310 812 LEJunction 825 824 i Clay City 400 000 II Stanton 410 008 II Campton June 440 935 Natural Bridge 44i 940 y II Torrent 457 063 BeattyvilleJuno 5 18 1014 II 0t4 K Junct fl0r 1110 Ar Jackson 010 1115 WESTBOUND No3 No 1 Daily Dai ex Sun Stations Yir A m Lv Jackson 225 610 II O k KTunctr 3 30 0 15 II i 07 Torrent 842 II Natural Bridge 855 745 II Campion Juno 857 750 II Stanton 425 815 II Claw City 434 825 I LE Junction 503 858 Winchester 520 9C5 CONNECTIONS L A E Junction Trains Jfos 12and H will mnku connection whit VOf- or Mt Campion Junction All train con nest with the Central for Pine Ridge and Campton- Ikattyvillo Junction Trains Nos 23 and 4 connect with the L A for Beattyvillo 0 d K Junction Trains N08S and 4 connect with the 0 R K for local sttations oji the 0 K tToCureaColdinODeD y youhave thoroughtrial permanently Lexington BeattyVilleJunc320 730a 01- hArLexington005 Sterling Mountain Hallway Railway hTWeDnn Cities GrIt 1i J R rS j tot 1 Yrs 1 4 r r yS