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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- L rp bar r THE CLAY CITY TIMESt c i c 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves T E Burgher Publisher VOL XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1906 NO 8 Great Reduction L SALE Everything is Going at Reduced Prices for the Next Six Weeks a Granulated Sugar 6c per pound All Calicoes 5120 yard Good Dress Ginghams 8 r3c Good Towels 90 Canning Acid8c per ounce Patent Medicines 100 Bottles 850 11 Soc 35C- Babbitts Lye 8c per can Magic Food For Horses Cattle and r Poultry These few prices mentioned premlscously from our Urge and varied itock art given to how what li going on In our store Come and see for your lf that we can Ave You money JeB Eaton Leader In Low Prices We Etc Gold In Es till Several ago James Town send gold on the farm of on Camp creek Estill He at once leased Mr farm and also the lands of Abner the lessee and owners to share in the Mr a of the ore sent it to the assay office at N C The report of the shows the as stated by Mr of assay Assay Office of the United States Char lotte N C of Ore de at this by Jas Hill Ky the 1st 1900 for assay As say No 592 Hema tite Red j Ounce fine metal per ton 18 Silver trace Value per ton Gold 81960 Silver 372 Estill Herald Snit has been filed in the Clark Court by Sam Jctt James Ed B F French in which Jett asks judg ment the for for by reason of the by the of Mows the Time to buy your needs in goods are closing out our luc o- fMillinery f all White Goods erything in Summer Wear in our StoreAT COST J o m First come first served We may have today what you want but may have sold it tomorrow Our price on these yet season t able goods wffl make them move in a hurry and you shoald not mist this if there is yet in your T and etc C SHIMFESSEL Telephone No 38 4 NGbIAN B MFG Go Winchester f Manufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling BlhidsWeatberboardin g xVarandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and StoreFronts months discovered William Henderson Station county Hendersons Wilson adjoining equally profits Townsend secured quantity and Charlotte assayer following Townsend Certificate Ore Specimen posited institution Townsend Cob dayof August Description Circuit against Hargifl Callahan and against defendants 810000 damages sustained malicious prosecutions defendants plaintiff seasonable We and Ev opportunity anything lacking Snmmer wearing apparel Ky We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Fllntoid Roofing and Etc y 1ri Send us Your estimates Prompt Shipments iM t 4lit 4ih k J i rtf i r AvIM r w i r F ar 4 Gold Discovered A M Pasley the noted brit k i layer of Union Hall brought o this city Saturday a sample of gold oro taken from his place The yellow metal was visible in the ore to a considerable extent He has had it assayed and it proves to be worth 900 per ton Further investigations will be made in hope that a larger a mount of the die may be found WP Wise also of Union Hall owns 200 acres of laud at the State Rock in this county and has found strong traces of gold on this land He has begun dig ging for the precious metal and is very much ncouraged with the outlook The TUES is earnestly in hopes that something more valuable than soap stone and slate rock may yet be found in large quan tities in this pint of Kentucky and will watch with interest the result of the search now begun by Messrs IYiand Pasley A Yoang Hone Thief Caught Al Holly Trimble an eighteen yearold boy lof Montgomery county Wednesday night of last weekstole a very valuable young horse from Jienry Tipton on Hardwieks Oreek He took the animal to MtSterling where he tried to sell it at half price He was arrested on suspicion and held until lE yell authorities could et him and bring his back iThebovnT good fun ily and his fat Bljtried to induce Mr Tipton not prosecute his son This Mr Tipton refused to do but secured a writ for him The boy is said to have never been into any dishonest deals be fore but has been addicted to whiskey drinking His honest parents have the sympathy of everybody but it is just that the young man should suffer Attend The Fair The L d E is running an ex tra train to accommodate the visitors of the big Bluegrass Fair at Lexington this week The train arrives at Lexington about an hour earlier than the regular train and leaves Lexington at 630 p m giving nine hours to take in the fair each day On Saturday the special train will not leave Lexington until after the night perfornmce of Barnum Baileys big show thus giving an opportunity to attend the fair and show the same day and return home too Stravgc Disease Among Cattle There is a strange disease a mong the cattle about Stanton and ninny are dying They take with ranning nose sore tongue and mattering eyes which grows worse until the animal cannot eat and die The State authori ties have made aft investigation of the disease and seem to be at a loss to know the real trouble but thought perhaps it was a poi sonous weed the tattle were eating in that particular section New School Society The Alathea Society anIux1 iliary of the cityrschool ganized Friday night No one butst dentsQftho advancedj l7 w r c A- a s rry 3 C vcvr ofJr We will Have on Display a bane Upto ate t STREET HATS 1 By Saturday Sept 15fh i A Fe- wSUMMER t HATS 1 on Hand yet Which Iam Selling- so Cheap you will Buy ifiyou Only book i Mrs W N Bush 2 CLAY CITY KY riIA A room being eligible to member ship Twenty members were enrolled I the first night with the e lection of the following officers Miss Carrie McPherson President Miss Ada Johnson i Vice President Oscar Daniel Treasurer Miss Lydia Wescott Sec retary Miss Mildred Moore Li brarian The society will meet biweekly on Friday night The motive of the society is to receive subscriptions and collect books for the school and library Any donations will be appreciat ed by the Society Large Squash Oscar Mackey Saturday exhib 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 building up of a large Fortune as this is the way most of our wealthiest men began the accumulation of theirmoney We pay 3 per cent interest com pounded every six months on Savjngs Accounts Call or write for booklet giving rules governing our Savings AccountsClay City National Bank 7 tr rty lP c ited at our office a very large squash which weighed fortysix pounds It was grown by 1J T Kennon on Ilardwicks creekand is the largest squash we ever saw If any Powell county grower has a larger one he will please let us know of it for it certainly does give us much pleasure to note the excellence of any prod uct of the county Orphans Home Improvement The new Orphans Home in this city will at once be made ready for use The Rev Dr Guerrant President of the Society which is back of the school is now in the city with plans fur a new building which will he be gun at once and pushed to completion as rapidly as possible A number of carpenters are want ed to do the work The build ing which they will put up at once will be a frame structure un 1 will be used as a school build ing for the orphans Conference Appointments The Kentucky Conference held a very interesting session at Winchester the pust week The meeting adjourned Sunday at noon Elder E G B Mann was ap pointed Presiding Elder for this district and the Rev H B Wil son Preacher in charge at this place Frankfort was chosen us the place to hold the next session of the Conference Done to Oklahoma Mrs W H Eubank visited her cousin Mrs J E Burgher several days this week Her husband Edmond Prof Euhankthils lie has to entered his duties as Superin tendent of the city schools there Mrs Eubank leaves today for Edmond to join her husband The temperance people lost their fight in the localoption election at Mt Sterling yesterday by a majority of 19 votes r tt S r x at SPOUT SPRING Mrs W II Eubankof Ed mond Okla visited relatives here a short while Monday V W J Christopher Jr has returned from Normal Illinois where he has been on business the past few months Onswell Golf of Winchester bought of Lloyd Todd and others of this community several head of good steers weighing 000 pounds at 114 cents The funeral of Mrs Florinda 8prv deceased will be preached at Kimbrells Chapel the fifth Sunday in this month Septem ber COth dinner on the ground LeviOurtisMrs Jamey Vaughns children ull dcccused grandchildren of Airs Florinda Spry will also bo preached on the same day Elders B Frank Wright A JG Coker and the Rev leery Grrdner are the ministers en gf ged to do the preaching This loonnccment might have ap peared before this since the date of these funerals was announced several weeks ago Drink WAINSCOTTS POP Two Killed by Boiler Explosion A terrific explosion occurred at Maiibj Menifce county limsday when the boiler ofa s Wiuill blew up Ro s Byrd and John Hale were Lilfed insantly their bodies Jbeins burned und mutilated by fall MissDieeethat she will die James Hager and this Waters wife of the owner and her child were so badly burned and scalded that their lives ore end3n eredundtheywiU be cripples even if they should recover The boiler was blown hundreds of feet away The loss on the mill is about 2000 This is the third explosion which has occurred in Meoifee county within the past year from dry boilers WAlNStOFfS POP is u healthy TONIC Effect of Local Option The Literature Committee of the Local Option Campaign in Owings vine has secured a statement from twentyfive hcr bUfiolCBR and pro fesioul men on the effect of local option on the buinc8 and industry in Oivinysville in particular and the county generally The twenty five 8tieneni all speA good cheer fen local option and claim an increase in the finance of the county Salt Lick Times Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO- Toledo 0 E We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years i mid believe him perfectly honorable ii all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDIKO KINNAN MAn WIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price The per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Hulls Family Pills for con stipation New Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention tp nlworkand satisfaction guaranteed 4 r THE TIMES rlUnLlallFllEVERY ThURSDAY 1yl E aJurijtifcr publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents jcr year in ai r vancciDthcnvlse 75 Cents Entered UB seeondelnssnniil matter Thursday Sept 20 l6li = CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub soribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and Courier Journal filOO Ie Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 70 II Home and Farm 75 Work of the Railroad Commission On the 10th day of June the Kentucky Railroad Commission adopted Mileage Scale of rates applicable to the Louisville Nashville Illinois Central Cin Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific and the Southern rail roads same to hike effect in ten days The railroads brought suit to enjoin the Commission from enforcing the order and continued to collect the high rates as formerly- A T Siler Commissioner from this district in n letter to the ed itor of this paper among other things says We are now busily engaged in the preparation of our defense to these suits and you may rest assur ed that we will leave nothing undone to have our order upheld In view ofthe fact that we are in receipt off commuuicutipns from shipperll- throughout the State complaining tlilt the railroads Lire not obeying the Commiesiohsorder and that a creut many inquiries have been rev Cls dasIdngour advice as to whether in the event time court shall sustain the Commission =the shipper will be entitled to recover differencebetween the rates fixed rgIwe f method of advising you as to the exact status of the injunction pro ceedings and also to say that it wowld be well for the shippers to carefully preserve his freight bills and recvJpts for aH freight paid as the question n Hy Jiereafter arise as 40the right of the shipper to rccov sers tfiajbourt Uphold the COuplssion d intlmileage scale of rated I jII 1 t Congressman F AYUopkins spoko in this ciivTlJitisday night to a comfortablyJUledhoiise His talk was principally to tire work big people whose friend he has proven himself to bo over slice he has been a public pllicial It is reported that many Republi cans in Clay City will vote for Mr Hopkins Her may expect the usual big majority in Clay Oity and Powell county will do her duty for him Mr Hopkins is a Junior and was a guest of this order at their Lodge meeting after the speaking i Additional raftcharges against i the Iflicials the State penitentiary have been brought by a Frankfort newspaper which says that a convict lends money to his fellow inmate at an exor bitant rate of interest nnd that he has a large sum of money alj ways on hand rH Y McChesney has with 1 drown from the race for Auditor in the Democratic primary Mr McOhesney a cleanerman politicinnlanJltoo machine crowd S T X r t hP h Pvcryt jfr in the Iflth Con gressional district should have r Hopkins speech in this city Xllurstlyiy night It was Ierixb conyjineiii of the honest poiicyife represents awe lave tt lot 6T tjie best paint in the world which the will sell Ifyotl buys500 worth we will ferfirittcVjoii at cost Littlepage fcoii Photograph Uallery for Sate One Portable Gallery Four Cam eras and eVery thing necessary Good trade established No gallery in IS miles l1rge territory Price from oOe to 80 per doz My lifiUl only reason far selling Cull on or write J Wllenry Clay City Ky OUR BTQ CLUBBING OFF By special nrraugelnii with the Southern Agriculturist the popular somimnnthiy farm paper of Nashville Tenn we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing offer which we be liCe is the most liberal ever made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send the TIMES and Southern Agriculturist a whole year to any new or old subscriber who pays us OOc This great semimonthly farm paper gous twice every mouth in to 50000 southern homes and the regular price is 50 cents u year It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern condi tions and is just what our farmers need It answers free of charge any question a subscriber may ask and its advice is given in a plain practical way which any fanner can understand All departments farm life are cov eyed delightful home childrenand pages Sample copies at thisoflico 1 = Has iccurred To you why So many wheat linked foods have come and gone Lock of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it u taste quality un equalled This accounts for growing business I valucII WILLIAMS A WOODEN PUMP MotJron Qaaranteed- All repairs done quickly above ground Takeoff Fulcrum and Handle to pull out Plunger for repairs sale asia wooden rumps LOOK FOR f24jLAJ A 1IPIX0 materlf1Estrabevr ubbernlyeneatIntercbangeable Bold dealer o1 j rarr7themcoataiQQrVlLLIAMS PUMP CO HarpwnIndlanNNla i r JndF q ffTYouThink t 0 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 1 4t dc 7 12n n j 5 10nw 8 13 Calico t6 Granulated Sugar t 11 I 6 12 Belt Coal Oil 4 15 China Glass and Tin ware at Closest Prices Mens Hats arc going fast ask to see thannext time your in Blacks and Colors i Mrs J W Williams Clay City Kentucky i The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Aro Made Wlie You tia oj Pearl and Bakers Pride Fldiir M Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed v MANUFACTURED BY L A CAIN VERSAiLLES KY Sold by our Leading lerdlltntp jINSURE WiIIl + F A LYON SON i t tTIle JLoiidiug InNitrfiiic A g ubl+ e of JEiiHtorii l uiitii lcy t i Over 200000000 If i Represented o + 1 N one who knows anything about insurance know +ot IEery leaders in this line POLKA DOT CANS lIfKOHEl1tlfI 5IllPOWYalT- 1 W tWJI Wi lwn rcW prM 11aF 14ILwlt e A until invciimtni in piini iddi fictily Co the aloe and ol your froperty sea makes you t good neighbor nuking a ODd neighborhood Good ptwiiaf u one cl the ben in eumenti end rciuiot in improved viluei It I s Mving not to ipciw nut utttii you piinCbviy only Y There one rtaion pyi I sewn every hoses punier will icknowledgt Oil is She Lifeof Pdinf and the ewe 10 good to bll fi nd dytolot every good roan we know Q Littlepage Son INLOCHPAINTCOMPANY Si i yr CLAY CITY KY THE TIMES ANALL HOMEMADE PAPER r THURSDAY SEPT 20 1000 I LOCAL BREVITIES tAgood rain fell here yesterday t first for four or five days It H Curtis of Winchester I was here this week on business Isaac Sparks of Radical was here Tuesday on a business mis sionElder BS Burgher of Win chester visited relatives hero SaturdayIGeorge Littlepage has entered the Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester Albert Holman of Satnpsel Mo is here visiting relatives and transacting business Mrs Ellen White has return ed from a protracted visit to her RuckervilleiMrs Albert Easter suffered a slight paralytic stroke Friday but is now getting along very nicely Butler Stewart and family have moved to Strasburg Va where Mr Stewart has employment in a big saw mill Jas G Easter was elected city assesor at the regular September meeting of City Council and has entered upon his duties Mr and Mrs J E Niblack and children visited Mrs Niblacks father John W Elkin at Sams from Friday until Monday Miss Grace Shimfessel and Master GUP G Shimfessel are visiting relatives in Lexington this week and attending the big fair Railroad ties have taken a slight rise here when sold from the wagon They are now worth 42 and 47 cents by the wagon load in Clay OityIVirgil B Atkinson is acting bookkeeper at the Clay City Na tional Bank during the absence of Mr Hardin who is now spend ing a short time in Michigan The little 4 weeks infant of Sid Muncie died in this city of summer complaint Tuesday Burial yesterday at the Neal graveyard on Hardwicks creek Several valuable items were omitted from our issue last week on account of shortage in space We regret this but our advertis I ers have Len crowding us lately and this we appreciate See notice of house furniture for sale privately by Vm Ho gan Mr Hoganis an expert mechanic and goes from here fo Sedalia Mo where he has posi- tion as foremanfor his brother The big planing mill has beets b shut down this week but will start up again Monday The mill closed down to furnish op portunity to put in some new1 machinery and have a general overhauling TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qul nine Tablets Druggists refund mon wPy eylfitfalsto cureE W GROVES signature ie on each box r 25cvrtSince the beginning of our business i we doubt if we have ever l had BO imuch job printing on I r s hand at any single time at we have in the shop at the present Good work and satisfactory pri ces will attract business I The initial number of the Salt Lick Times has reached our desk It is a six column six page paper welledited and printed It starts off with a very liberal advertis ing patronage which virtually is the life of any local country pa per Mrs J B Eaton has return ed from Cincinnati where she purchased a most select line of general merchandise The goods are arriving now and some idea of their attractiveness both in quality and in price will appear in next weeks advertisement Well Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pen sion attorney of Pittsfield Vt says Next to pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills He writes they keep my family in splendid health Quick cure for Headache Constipation and Biliousness 25c Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Gos store Dr Bertram Smith the Powell County Dentist has located per manently at Stanton the county seat Dr Smith is a fine dentist and the people of Stanton and the upper portion of the county should appreciate his superior professional ability in a substan tial way To Exhibit Ginseng John Mize who has perhaps the only ginseng farm in Powell county has some of this valua ble plant on exhibition at the Big Bluegrass Fair at Lexington this week MB Mize has a nice growing garden of this ginseng and while it is not now so profitable it promises to yield a little fortune to Mr Mize in a very few years To Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall of Pliillipsburg Kan just cover it over with Buoklene Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the restsQuickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25c at swann Day Lumber Cos store Guaranteed An Old Pastor Preaches Here The Rev M J Chandler preached at the Methodist church here Tuesday night The Rev Mr Ohandler was preacher in charge on this circuit about twen tyfive years ago He is a brother to the Rev O J Chandler pastor of the Methodist church here about fifton yours ago and married Miss Mary June Maup pin daughter of J P Mauppin of this city Starving ot Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair St Columbus 0 was literally starving to death She writes My stomach was BO weak from useless drugs that I could not eatand toy nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bit ter1with the wonderful result that improvement began at once and a complete euro followed Best health Tonic on arthliOc Guar anteed by SwannDay Lumber Co nilllnery Mrs WG Patrick Kimbrell has a nice line of ladies and chil drens trimmed hats ami infants capst S Jf e j0 i t r- J STEVEus WHEN YOU SHoOT You rant to HIT what you are aiming at be it bird butt or target Make your thotf count by thooting the STEVENS For 41 years STEVENS ARMS have carried 00 PREMIER HONORS for AC CURACY Our line Rlflisi Shotguns Pistols Ask your IJraler In lilt on the SravaNa i If J cannot obtain we ship direct rr frill frtfatttt upon receipt ofcatalog price Send a arlofur sforege of complete mpoI nlh book ofI prospective ence for resent Beautiful three coke Aluminum Hanger will be forwarded for 10 centi In stamps Is Stevens Arms Tool Co 4 PO Box 4095- OmCOPEK FALLS MASS U 8 A Tfre Breath of Life Its a significant fact that the strongest animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs mean powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs right should be mans chief est study Like thousands of oth ers Mre Ora A Stephens of Purl Williams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Three bot tles of Dr Kings New Discovery stoppedmy 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 QOc and 100 Trial bottle free Success has done been assured the big Bluegrass Fair at Lexing ton both from ptnnt of attendance and financial matters A GUARANTEED tttfteFOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money If PAZO OINT MENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days Soc 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 THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WjTiiERsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 JO- Ve solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 848 FEELING LIVERISH This Morning 1T- AItE IlAJAJId 4 l 1 r tti Its to Your f InterestRTo spend your money where it goes the farthest tnd you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Huts Shoes Furnishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc jtJ H Our Prices are Right 1 So are Our GoodsF f We will appreciate your trade and taken exchnngohl foi goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad 1 Ties and all kinds of timber which you may havey to sell Dont forget the place AIEI BARNETT i SON i CLAY CITY KY r4- gsw tkcasa a 6s tlaitsltlkttruY6ytf 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 Unitersity 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 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 ape petite and youthful complexion cures all diseases qf the kidneys liver and bowelspurifies the blood SOLD UNDER A POSITIVE GUARANTEE If taken according to directions it will put you OB 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 Plants Vines II I For the Springof 1006 the Blue Grass Nurseiea at Lexington Ky offer u 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 eivnveyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Tows Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyter an church Will be sold at a bar x gain M Bailey Y 4 My wife bought dress yesterday that she culls u dear I gut the bill today It is What men think about is bit shown bv what they do 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGN AcIalenla aUo t II floatsAOUu trueou chine In tile Sdtalle JllltrtcaAhandeomefya weekly ramrteto eaUtlon of any tdentlflo a rurt tour month II joutLaII 1 =s 1- J i T t- t You r LookYellow b The trouble is your livers productsbUe your blood You cant digest your food a your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from headache stomachache dizzi ness malaria constipation adoseor pills but a liver ton- icBedfords BlackDraught This great medldne acts gently on the sick liver It purifies the blood renews the appetite feeds the nerves clears the brain and cures consti pation Iheridigestive functions Try It At all dealers m medicines In 2Sc pack- agesFor c PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing tho natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modem discoveries In medicine making it possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure uch 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 relieve such distressing feelings as Diz zlness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness ete Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering in their use you do away with the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are guaranteed that first package will benefit or y ur money back Never sold in bulk I am thankful for tho good Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have and are doing me Ever since the war I have had cpeHs ot severe throbbing head ache caused by catarrh until six years ago I began taking AntiPain Pills the remedy that ever gave me relief Since then I have not had one hard attack because I take a Pill dlmcultyGEOBAUNDImS FREEWrite to us for Free Trial e of Dr Miles Anti Reme4yforSpecialist will diagnose your case tell ItJorjeLABORATORIES RT PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Central Hote Ann foundaytiUh grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLY OITV KY BR SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Am prepared to do custom grind ing every day diring the week Meal guaranteed to be first clasfr Uringyour turn and give me a trial a AY Andersonv ClayCity Ky 4- I 1 ilL toit Vaughns Mill Mr find Sirs G P Douglas of Levee visited relatives licr lust week Albert Holman of Sanipsej Mo is visiting his brother Jo Holman Luther McKinney Mild family of Hudson Ill visited relative at this place last week leo W Bush returned ester day from Cincinnati where hi has boon to purchase his fill stock of goods Mr and Mrs Geo W Bust are the proud parents of anothe Democrat which arrived at their home several days ago Henry Tipton who had a val uable horse stolen last Wednes day night has recover the ani mal and will prosecute the thief Al Trimble to full extent of the law Kentucky Crop Report The weather during the month of August was warm and humid with an unusual amount of rain for 4u gust From nearly every county trrre in complaint of too much rain for both corn and tobacco The corn crop promises to be a bumper trop though some damage was done on low lands by excessive rains The uplands was never bet ter Wheat all threshed and gen erally in good condition and the yield is up to n full crop The nv erage jied per acre is a little over thirteen bushels The oat crop was light only three fourths of the last years crop Barley is only grown in a small part of the State but the crop is a good one The rye cap is not so good as last year Considerable damage has been donp to the tobacco crop on lowlands by too much wet weater Some drowned and more water sobbed Some complaint of leaves rotting off in field Much complaint of house burn in the early cutting In the Black Patch worms are unusully nu merous and labor scare Upon tho whole the outlook for a good crop of tobacco is not flattering The hay crop is light but late grasses and pastures were never better The potato crop is a good one though some complaint of rotting in the ground caused by the ground continuing wet so long Spring colts and mules breeding cattle owes and sows are be low what the were last year The prospects for fall fruits are for about threefourths of a crop Apples dropping badly itv some localities Gardens good though weedyTwo counties report a mouth disease in cattle Some cholera among hogs though confined to small territories Household Goods For Sale Having decided to go West we wlllscll all our Household and Kitchen furniture privately at the house Call antisee them 1 Wni and Lucinda Hogan a Barnum Baileys Big Show Many Jlay Oity people will at tend the mammoth and world re nowned Barnum Bailey circus which exhibits at Mt Sterling Sept 21 and Lexington the 22 Our people rarely have an oppor tunity to attend such a exhibition and since a special rain will be run to enable per sons along the L E to attenr his great show at Lexington 01 Saturday every one who cal Conveniently should attend thin onder performance and seeitln ireatest collection of wild ant are animals in the world today irain fare same as one way plut 25 cents K- yw Administrators Notice i 0n li0 ding olims a- gtiiistiiuee3 ateofA IIohnan deceased are hereliytlotlhed to fall salve properly proven with theun lersjgned for payment on orbifor 3 the 20th day of October 1000 01 they wile be barred I will loal Stanton onthnt date foirthpur s SeptenlberAdmr A Holman J W I laulknerplnintlffY8 M E Jjaw defendant Notice is her bgiven that I wil on Tuesday the llth ofScpt1VOtJ begin my sitting at the Court House in Stanton Kyto hear proof of claims against OG Law deceased and all persons having claims a galnst said estate will please to file them with me on or before said dateThis August thl 28 1900 p JACKSON M CP C C Farm For Sale 107 acres 3 miles from Clay City on Alt Sterling road The place has on it 650apple and 500 peach trees and some peers plums cher ries grapes and other fruits all now beginning to bear The orchard is on a north hillside and rarely fail Ito bear fruit Good dwelling four neverfailingsprings land suitable for grass and yields 8 and 10 bar rels of corn per acre On this farm is located the noted Black Creek Lime Works with plen ty of material and fuel on the farm Will be sold on reasonable terms Apply to B S NOEL Clay City Kv INSTRUCTIVE INTERESTING Correct English= How to use it A MONTHLY flAOAZINB DEVOTED TO THB USB OB ENGLISH JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER Editor PrtltfCoiit nt Course In Grammar VocabularyTheShall and Will 5 Should and Would How to Use Them DictionaryCorrect Correct English In the School SayCourse uation Al hubutiu list of Abhrcviotfons ManCompound Studies in English Literature AgcntsVVanted 100 a Year Scad to cents for copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston III ONLY Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY r l Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will dell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 021 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or cents delivered in Clay CityKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery 1 IFOR cONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK M Merchant ani CLAY OITY KY Custom work six Jays in the we Fresh Groan Bolted Meal always on hali Grinds for onesixth toll THE i n 1aauaA I6DC BAILEY Cu- stomMILLER IREVlvol RETORE VITAun I Made a WtUMan of Met wlet iNO JEll AI eD- rodaeaheabsvrsadtata Odays DICta 1ftal 0IJnI lUilllwntaiL sn fllrrta tIMIr totateeleo4wdolld UIIIIBEVlYo aD41auwMch w ODtoravrt It- otonlyafssbyetst1agettbesed of diasssbut 1IrI1amon Es stta It oat be etrylid ea vent casts ty alht- iketlse setstsorsee tor p1st- ST nettles gaatsalss Is era PSfS AqdretfMYAI g For Sale in Clay City Ky By B Littlepage Son Ii BAKERWIND ENGINES simpledurablet enclosed and frco from dust and weather A cj rolled stationary steel spindle on which all our wheels rcvov requiring blttlng IS AFKATUUE Fastening the sails without rivets or bolts and the use of 48 IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving the actual ing rod FEATURE- A chilled ballbearing turntable and selfregulating device IS A FEATURE Write for fataldit etramt for exrlunlve agen for our line la your vicinity and Kenn nctnti ourtoUZtiEI 400 75 MANY DOLLARS The rreaUet investment for every Baa rich or poorwko wIpride In penoaal appearance Thi Economy Truism Prtstir sail gnlckylesdngNobotherno trouble Preeeestrooaenaowell M to create the envy eren dressed man corttog Dothlng but a few minutes time No heatno Iron A tailor would ckMi twent7 Bent om trial Circular iT lURPtOWK rrHITae utiveQ1Iinme T- sva Its 1 slierMum sill i n aT7l1li jIIMUre e- rC a- ti r i t I IThe The Best the Simplest the most r reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle u frill line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY RbMimafic Sufftrarsl Rbeumatlsathave t WARDS Rheumatic end liver Pills that yea should know medicineDone I other rem thoroughtrial friends ai incurable have been relieved and permanenUycured Now the time to be cored today commanrI08100 Your drontiU Mill I Wards Rbeumatl and iOiiBCceptI THE PRINCE MEDICINE COMPANY 122 Nanpsblre SL Cmkridgi Mass Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 7 1906 EASTBOUND N6 2 No4 Dal ox Sun Dally Stations P m A M Lv Lexington 925 735 c Winchester 810 812 L iE Junction 825 824 c Olny City 400 000 Stanton 410 003Y1 Campton Junc440035Natural Bridge 441 940 4 Torrent 4 7053BenttyvllleJunc 618 1014 0 K Junot 601 1110 Ar Jackson 610 1116 WESTBOUND No 8 NO 1 Dally Daiex Sun Stations P M A m Lv Jackson 225 610 II 0 K Junct 2 80 016 11 BeattyvilleJuno820 707 jc Torrent 842 780 I Natural Bridge 855 745 Campton JuneS 57 750 Stanton 4i25 815 Oliw City 434 825 I LEJunction503 8b8lWinchester 520 010 Ar Lexington 005 055 CONNECTIONS L A E Junction Trains Nosi t 2 and 8 will make connection with UOt- or Mt Sterling Oampton Junction t All trains eon nect the Mountain Central for Pino Kldgu andOampton- BlnttyvlJle Junction Trains Nos 28 and 4 connect with the L A Hallway for Jleattyvll- luOKJlIlIction m Trains Nosn and 4 connect with the 0 K for local Bttations on the 0 K Railway zS J To Cure a lcUnOnDlY 1JIoiTw DDegrs c r a 1