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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r a F 1I I TIMESLl V 60 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City tieSurrounding Country and Ourselvesr1 E Burgher I l rohliherIY LXI OLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1903 Business Making Prices j Just received a beautiful Use of Fall and Winter good Plaid ginghams lOo yd a Wool plaids 25c to 45c CI All wool goods in plaina- ndfnnoy500 to 76o 1 Sicilians all colors white and black 45c to L25 II 40 inch unbleached cotton 9c Pepperell blenched 104 sheet ing 28c II Pepperell unbleached 104 sheeting 26c C A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs etc at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3 cakes lOc Sugar Cc per pound Best FlonrOc for 25lb Best and Cheapest Line of Granite a Ware Just opened J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices Now the Time o- fMillinery erything AT COST SHIMFESSEL ftLJANGEWinchester Manufacture Sash flooring Ceiling Blinds Pickets and Etc it Store Buys cloy City rore Frank Newel has bought the MIC Courtney and all the land of the Un ion below 7th ave and to the railroad and all the land of said company from the old millrace up the R R and river to the upper B R bridge the company 100 feet along the railroad and fifty feet along the river The price paid is t2 500 and is a real bargain and would have been at double the money Incresed Attendance at School The attendance of the city school is much larger this fall than it has ever boon before in September This is encouraging to both the teachers and the school board and shows the es teem in which our teachers are held by the patrons of the school This is Prof Campbells third term as principal and his popu as a teacher continues to increase Dont forget to register next Tuesday If you fail to regis ter you cant vote It may be inconvenient but as the polls remain open until ocock you can go after supper s s to buy your needs in seasonable goods We are dosing out JIy our line all White Goods and Ev in Summer Wear in our t W Yl Store6 i x Fast come lint served We may have today what you want but may have sold tomorrow Our price on these yet season able goods will make them move in a hurry and you should w not miss this opportunity if there is anything yet in your Summer wearing apparel andetc k C 1 Telephone No 38 f I w NjY at M flG eu Ky We r dos x Weatherboarding Vaifandaa r Stairways Shingles Frbnts residence Kentucky Company reserving larity 9 it lacking j y Ve ore Headquarters for BuildingPaperFeHRooffng r FUntbid Rooting and Etc Send tan Your estlnatesI f tj Shipmentsti ft 7 ln irv p yiry ra Lt v fS rg Old Story Revived The fading of so much gold ore in Estill and Powell counties whether in payidg quantities or not revives the old story of Swifts silver and gold mines the relation of whichnaturally points to one or more of the fields now spoken of According to tradi tion the story briefly runs about thusIn the very earliest days of Kentucky and when there were no white settlers in Estill or Powell counties but a small number in Fay tte and a few lower counties a fellow by the name of Swift nda comrade were up in this section somewhere and once when night be fell them they sought refuge un der some cliff out of the path of Indians There they built up a fire against a large rock and cook ed some of the wild game they had killed that day It was in the cool season of the year so they kept fire burning all night The next morning before depart ing they observed that a great deal of both gold and silver had been melted and run out of the rock and they picked a good sample of the melted metal and looking around faund the precious ores in great abundance before they started on their return to the settlement at Lexington Swift being overlyeager about the rich find and becoming a lithe hoggish kSledhis partner just before arrivfig at the settle ment Swift wa stricken blind immediately though he managed to get to the settlement and there delivered his sample of precious metals which wer found to be very rich Swift being blind could not er turn to his valuable find but told them that to reach the min you would come to the mouth of Lulbegrud creek and then it would take from early morning until about two oclock that day to ride horseback to the mine This description of the distance will tally readily with the State rock find or the Station camp mine but as to the real truthful ness of the story nothing is known and it is possible that the whole story is a hoaxI still it will help to confirm the belief of the value of at least one of the recent findings Local Option Desults When given an even opportu nity local option seems to always win Woodford county went dry by over 500 majority Midway dry by more than 200 majority Mt Sterling remains wet in two wards but we learn it cost the liquor people of that city over 8000 to win It comes high but some people must have it and of course they are willing to pay the bill We Need a Fair of Oar Own Thpre was nothing from Pow ell county on exhibition at tlje Big Bluegrass fair last week at Lexington except John Mizes ginseng which would have read ily taken the premium had there been any offerings for such plant We think Powell could I have a fair of her own next year t4 L a i rvrwvrrwr rvvwia ly r rY rivrvvvvwv I rS v J IIi j Thursday Friday and Saturday lj October 4 5 and 6 j I J Your Inspection Cordially Invited i Nicest Collection of Millinery ever shown in the City C MDrssmaking Depatment has just been addedi W N Bush T fCb Y CITY KY Yo 1 I w tir v1 a v t e 1 that might interest many Al thats liking is a little push au grit Ital Plowing In passing through the country we observe a great deal mor fall plowing than formerly In this way the full value of the green crop of weeds grass groupeis obtained asn fertilizer wliicl- is a great help to the crop nex year We also learn that more itet a step in the direction of land im provement which is badly need ed in all parts of the county a THE WORLDLO- OKS PLEASANT to the young man or womaq 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 of our wealthiest men began the accumulation of their money We pay 3 per cent interest com pounded every six months on Savings Accounts Gall or write for booklet giving rules governing our Savings AccountsClay City National Bank c na 0 IFall Announcement- d iTime reliable nursery me i Hillenmeyer and Sons have their fall announcement in this issue Everybody needs placeegrass Nurseries Their stock is always thrifty and is better a stockd thetprices and catalogue Big Day With Jrs at Stanton The Red River Council Jr 0 U A M will have a grand Flag Raising veil Bible Presentation at the Graded school building in Stanton Friday October 5 OB Elder J D Hunter a distinguished speaker on Juniorism together with other able orators will be present and deliver ad dresses Everybody is cordially invited to bo present Some Old Powell Boys We learn from the Salt Lick Times that G W Locknaue for merly a prominent Clay City merchant is in the grocery busi ness at Salt Lick and there doing well We also learn that Has Kimbrell formerly of tins city is a prominent auctioneer and real estate agent We are al ways glad to learn of Powell boys doing weland like to hear from them occasionally At Mt Sterling WillEubank was fined 500 for usurping pow er as Road Commissioner after being dismissed from such office by the Fiscal Court Geo P known to many of our readers succeeded Eu bank in office The first quarterly meeting of the Conference year for this dis trict will be held at Jacksons SundayPresiding and the new pastor Bro Wilson are expected to be present t t Iti i G cN i r SPOUT SPRING Win Barnett has gone to Bourbon county where he hns se cured employment at good wag os Tommy Christopher and Shelt McKinney wore among the Big Eluegrass Fair visitors at Lex iii ton last week They report a good fair big show and plenty of people there to enjoy the sightsThe little five months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Tuttle of Fox died very sad denly at their home Friday night Burial Sunday at Jack tons Chapel near here The bereaved parents have the sym IKthyof a large circle of friends hero Mrs Tuttle was former ly MKS Dollie Christopher of this place Photograph Uallery for Sale One Portable Gallery Four Cam eras and every thing necessary Good trade established No gallery in 18 miles large territory Prices f om 50c to 85 per doz My health only reason for selling Call on or write J W Henry Clav City Ky Two Paint Lick boys aged ten and twelve years who ran awav tobe cowboys were found asleep in a park in St Louis Each had a pipe tobacco knife roller skates and a package of cakes and the elder of the two carried a rifle 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- Teledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carryout ary obligationn made by his firm WALDING KINNAN k MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Teledo 0 t1 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in termiPj acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75e per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation 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 to all work nnd k i isfuction guaranteed GET THE BEST Recently Enlarged WITH 25000 New Words New Gazetteer of the World with more than 5000 titles based on tho latest coneS returns NewBiographical Dictloaaryco- ntalnlntf the names of over10000 noted persons date of birth 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timeA large portion of the sales were made by the head The best prices of the day was four cents for some good feeders of 1000 to 1100 poundsMost of the sale of steers were att S3 25 to S3 75 j heifers brought 82 75 to t3 25 Hogs brought from 6 toG cents sheep sold a little slowly but quite a number of good Northern ewes were sold at 80 25I to G 50 Among the sales were the followingJack sold a steer 970 lbs at S3 25dL C at S3 35 and 3 heifers 665 lbs at fl3 l5John D Rees sold 7 steers 775 Ibs at 3 75 1 John MoKjnney sold 5 heifers 075 tbs at 3 cts also 31 heifers 585 lbs at the same price and 8 steers 800 Ibs at 83 50 Chas Forkner bought 2 steers 1200 Ibs at M 10 j F Wilson sold 8 heifers 625 bs at8 10 heifers 620 Ibs at 2 90 and G heifers 500 Ibs at 82 95 Several lots of hogssold atG to 50John C Rees bought 40 hogs for delivery October loth at 5 25 A lot of Indiana black faced ewes brought if 6 30 each Jac6b Brown of Ohio sold 168 good1fack faced ewes at 0 30- A great many mulecolts were sold The little fellows brought 835 tb f 5Jhe next gradeJJGO to 80 and first class ones 80 to 115 jfLittle Bros bouglit 10 ut 40 to 05 N PGay bought G at at an av erage of 92 50 Ho paid 115 for = one J D Duvall bought 4 at 80 to 110 K S J Conkwright sold a hors- eco1tfor8n Winchester Demo crut Drink WAINSCOT lS POP Dr Bertram Smith will be at his Clay City office two weeks longer as owing to so much rain and so many county fairs his Stanton office will not be ready for him until Oct 1st This is your last chance to have your teeth extracted without pain in Olay City Speaking of Our Bank Cashier Whitt of the Olay City National Bank has sent the Hustler a copy of the statement to the Comptroller of the Our rency condensed of that bank at the close of business Septeir J her 4tfc teM The presentation show healthy and steady growth of business The Deposits futap 111704080 while the net ii jivided profits run up to 2sldltltmaking n very credit able teeein business over the preasgrepori There are able cons rviUive hands at the helm Mike H Courtney being president and Charles Scott General Passenger and Freight Agent of the Lexington andERs tern Railroad VicePresident The Hustler is pre Ised to note the prosperity of this bank Jackson Hustler WAlNSCOrTS POP is a healthy TONIC CUR BIO CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with he Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly fitrm paper of Nashville Tenn we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing offer which we believe is the most liberal ever made by any newspaper in the South In the first place we will send the TIMES and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to any new or old subscriber who pays us ODe This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month in fiO000 southern homes and the yearIwomen 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 farmer can understand All departments of farm life are cov ered including delightful home and childrens nges Sample copies at thhisofliEe ta Has it Occurred To you why So many wheat flaked foods have come and gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it a taste quality un equalled This accounts for growing business I valueII WILLIAMS A WOODEN PUMP I Mari mf free u ranteel- Alt repairs done quickly boveground F Takeoff Fulcrum aid Handle to pun out as In woodenPumps I II LOOK FOR f2ILlAIlJ I HoPTMP mterILExtrapronutetreez1DgchanbleBold by dealers everywhere tarrythemDontba7 a cb seep It OOmuch In the end I WILLIAMS 00i473 Harme- natIndlanIlnd 1lrof Getting that New Dress This Fall y or Pants Rain Coat Shoes or Slippers better see our line before buying Some Hot Weather Bargains 5 4cC 1 1 L 7 12n n 5 10n I 1 L 8 13 Cal 6ICOI Granulated Sugar r6 12 Befit 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 WilliamsC- lay City Kentucky e Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light RollsIAnd Flakiest Biscuit j Are M tdeWbdnYoaUao Pearl and Bakers Pride FloutS- Take J No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY JA CAIN VERSAILLES QASold by our Leading Merchants i INSURE WITH c i P A LYON SON+ 4 TUo Loading Insurance Agents tof Eastern ont olcy ts Over 200000000 iRepresented i JItEvery one who knows anything about insurance know leaders in this line i POLKA DOT CANS Ruuyzr t1 YOUR OM- EidlrIJ r XffYF I M TI 711aoi saraiNi Nlrfaw M a =rw wTW W = pN = I24 r asaa- A small Invnuntni in JtII 1 estly ill the value tnt beauty of your propiny iaJ mall you a good nellh uIIaJOOClDrllhbo Good pWaiag is sea 01 the bell inulutInto and pys bl retams c ks a srisg oaso eapeus Byhccpaitllbu1 only VJ ITkoct one IndUpaubtt union why a riHoa very hootn llIItlCrw lokcovUdft1 Oil wii the 10 good to If irab and rsdytoOIIYry good r Moa we know B Littlepage Son 11 rK CHf ttTCQ11PANY 4- V tf 11 tr CLAY CITY KY iTHE TIMES I y AJTALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY SEPT 27 1000 TIOCAfJBREVITIES W R Cassidy made a business trip to Oampton Tuesday Born to Mr and Mrs E B McGlone Tuesday Sept 25 a fine son A large crowd of Powell coun ty stockmen attended Winches ter court Monday John Smothers and family vis ited relatives at Lexington from Friday till Monday Editor J B Blackburn was in e the yesterday and gave our- olfcea pleasant call Dr Littlepngo reports the birth of a daughter to Mrs Will Sinithers Wednesday 20 Mrs James B Derickson is visiting relatives in Lexington and Cincinnati this week Quite a number from this city and county attended the big show at Mt Sterling Friday Mrs Louana Ware is very sick at her home on Hardwicks creek and not expected to recover Win Mount Jr has gone to Lexington where he has a very good position with Bayless Fruit Oo j Plenty of rain continues and theearly frost predicted by some weather forecasters has not yet materialized Molasses making and corn cut ting are occupying thj attention i of the farmers quite extensively atthepresent time Wm Hogan and family have moved to Missouri where Mr Ho gan has a good position us ma chinist at a good salary Tom Mountz one of the grad w uates of the Slay City school last r June has entered Kentucky r Wesleyan at Winchester Dr and Mrs J W Williams are in Louisville this week mak ing their fall and winter purchas es for their elegant store in this city Dr T J Berryman one of Estill countys leading practic 1 loners was here from Iron Mound Monday transacting bus iness iWe so far have heard of no new corn selling in this county and it is yet hard to tell what it will bring but we guess about 2 at Clay City M G Taylor of this city who moved to Beattyville some time in the early summer is down at his home there with a severe at i tnck of typhoid fever The attendance of Powell county people at the Big Blue grass Fair last week was very large A full trout loft iere both Friday and Saturday 11I Bailey has sold his mill 0 property rather just the mill house and shop to J M Kennon He has also sold three small box houses and seven lots to Everett t Mofield 101476 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qui nitreTablets Druggists refund mon f tCy ifItfaiisto cure E W rk t GR VESiature is on caeh box 1 e 206 t c r a- f 1 ailt i y 0 St llC t 1 1Jj Jt tJAt ts 14s J IiI X w If Mrs W N Bush will have her opening of Fall Millinery Thursday Friday and Saturday Oct 4 5 and 6 Seo notice of opening in display ad on first page of this issue Tom Ballard will have a salo of his farm and personal property at his residence on the farm near this city Friday Octbber 5 He will move to Lexington where he has a position with Combs Lumber Company Registration Day Next Tuesday Oct 2 will be registration day and every voter living in Clay City who wishes to vote during the year must regis ter There will be special regis tration days but it is best policy to register the first opportunity Assessor Busy Assessor J W Woolery is busy and reports the assessment as running a little ahead of normal He says he finds but little trouble in getting at the dogs and believes that Powell will pay tax on at least 1200 dogs if the present rate is kept up ThisI means 12 0 for this fund theI first yearIWell Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pen sion attorneyof Pittsfleld VtIsays Wext to pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills He writes they keep my family in splendid health Quick care for Headache Constipation and Biliousness 2oc Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Showman Killed Something of unusual occur rence happened in Barnum Baileys big show at Mt Sterling Friday One of the actors who was riding a horse which was jumping a polo about seven feet high fell from the horseaJl broke his neck dying sq terward The accident howfever was no drawback to the perform ance which is credited as being the best ever seen in this part of the State UTo Cure a Felon says Sun Kendall of Phillipsburg Kun just cover it over with Bueklens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest euro for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25c at Swann DRY Lumber Cos store Guaranteed A fourteenyearold boy from Owsley countv charged with re tailing liquor conducted his own defense in the United States Dis trict Court at Frankfort Tues day examining the witnesses himself He was convicted with a recommendation of mercy Starving ot Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St ClairSt Columbus 0 was literally starving to death She wlitesuMy stomach was so weak from useless drugs that I could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I couldnot sleep j and not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bit tars i with the wonderful result that improvement began at once and a iioiriplut0 cure Followed13tst healthTonfo oh earth 50c Guar anteed X y wrinnpay Lumber Co nillinery Mrs WG Patrick Kimbrell liasanico line of ladies and chil t drens trimmed hats and infants cups e l fv alit orr t ON YOUR 1 TRIPIlieAsk dialer and Injltt on our popular make If I ywcannotobnlnwe aMp direct tarrlafi rr frtfattf upon receipt of OUlog price I IIIUSIIrae1 Our attractive threecolor Alumlm tlaererwltl be sent anywhere for so cents In stamps J SIBTEN3 ARMS AND TOOL CO 10 DO 4 Chicopee Falls Mass U S A The 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 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 SOc and 8100 trial bottle free The cooler weather of the past few days reminds us all that winter again is near A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Plies Druggists are authorized to refund moneyfif PAZO OINT MENT to cje in 6 to 14 days 50c 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 Winchestei Bank INCOBPORATKD N H WiTiiEKsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 JO We solicit the accounts of individ sale firms and corporations 848 4 FEELING I LIVERISH This Morning 7- TAI8 j iittJrlfezI- ol LA 4s ItrraOxr s5 nrflri 8C f t5r- tta J 11 M iir SJ t 0 1 n V t1iP = 11M hT Iit Ifrj LI I t 4 ItstInterest Ff To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go far to find that place 4JOur store is alwuy ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur 5 nishings Groceries Hardware Hanness Saddlery a Farming Implements and etc I Our Prices are Rightiare Our Goods s ISo j Ye will appreciate your trade and taken exchange- S i tot goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest i market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have MJto sell Dont forget the place h I ArE BARNETT SON Ii- tt i 1 CLAY CITY KY t J rM1SUNION COLLEGE A CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN SOUTHEASTERN KY Near the Famous Cumberland Gap Full Academic Normal and College Courses Unsurpassed Musical Department ElegantlyFurnishedSpecial 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 ZII The Great Indian Herb Tea CALOQUINE Tones up a sluggish liver and rundown system removes all impurities and secretions restores lost ap petito 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 tho living Its natures own remedy composed of roots herbs ctc Price 50 cents Sold byrTrees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter H F Hil ervmeyer Sois LEXINGTON KY Men who have money or at ness thrust upon them seldom t know what to do with it l t IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS lending a sketch and description ma ascertain our opinion ree liD Invention Is probably Commnnlca Hon etrlct eonlldentlaL HANDBUDK on Paten ent free Oldest for securing tent- fpecatiwtLCe Co neelwithooutchargeI- ntheScicnHiic JlmtrlCalIA tltnitrated weiklr Ijirsest dr ca handsomely otentuia lournal Term M a arj fonr inUNN YQtkoilDrlll O The Dodging Periodof avPtrans Ufa Is the name often given to change of life Your mel es come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts threejjr four years and causes much pain and suffering bytaking I WINE OF GARDUI Womans Refuge In Distress H 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 100 bottles DEATHInAU until I took CarJul which cured whodldntknow I For PainTake a Dr Miles Anti Pain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves nnd glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern dlscqverles in medicine macng It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects l Tou can sat ly dtpend upon DrvMIles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains fas Neuralgia Headache Stomdch ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will ulso by their calming act Ion on the nerves almost Instantly relieve such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also nbsQiuttly euro because by persevering In their use you do away with the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills aro guaranteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never aoldIn bulk T am thankful for the good Dr Miles ABU Paln Pills have and are doing mo Ever nines the war I have had spoils of severe throbbing headache caused by catarrh until six years ago I began AntiPain Pills the onlyremedy that ever gave me Since then I have not had one hard attack because I take a Pill lfflcultyaEO8AIJNDEItS FREE IWritePain Pills the New Bclcntlllo Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your casehtellyou what Is wrong and 110wto Free DK MILES MEDICAL CO LADORATOIUES ELKIIART IKI rnOFEHSIONAL CARDS WMNW1411 WIML IN1W4111 Dr Bertram Smith1 Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY f + up stairs In the Central Mote Ann foundJyandnUn grade work known to modern Dentistry UR A IRVIN M D I i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON y I CLAY CITY KY BLITTLEPAOB M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CHY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PrtYBIOlAN AND SURGEON CLAYCITY KY Am prepared to do custom grind ing every day duringthe week Meal guaranteed to be first clasp Hrlngyour turn and give nle a trial j G W Anderson Clay City Ky j to f if i y lb KlmbreljL Rufus Burton of Paris is here visiting relatives Tljomns Oloni nod DFBlan on attended the fair ut Lexing ton lust week The funeral of Mrs Florinda Spry will bo preached at Kim orells Chapel next Sunday The heavy rain last Saturday ti evented nIH from attending he Teachers Association which was to have been held at Liberty church Mr W II Walker saleHiuan for Golden and Flora of Rich mond stopped over hero last Tuesday nightSThe first Quarterly meeting pi for the Clay City circuit will be held at Jacksons Chapel next on inlay Bro E G B Mann till the new pastor Bro Wilson are to be present 0 Sams Corn tatting is all the go here now on D N Witt sold to Oscar Bowtr 1 n one farm for 8 210 cashnl Owing to the rain Saturday for here was no teachers association e LibertyMiss McIntosh of Clay ty0tyWill Hull this weekADan Noland of Irvine was here Saturday inspecting ties for = the Ohio Valley Tie Co J WElkin and funnily at tended the fair at Lexington the latter part of last week AAuntvery sick at this writing and is not expected to live longi Tom Clem bur village lnckCc smith has quit tho business and h sold his tools to Harg Allen Suc CJES to you Mr AllenPJOlaiborne Witt has sold his C iop sock mid etc and soon will go to Hamilton Ohio to reside in the future We wish Mr Al Witt success in his new home Z M Minter has completed his timber job hero ante is going- to Oklahoma to farm Mr Min 1terI 1Icess for him in his Western home Virden We are having some nice fall weather now People are very busy cutting corn hero this week G D Cook was in Winchester Monday on business Uncle Kns Fisher and Co are making molasses this week G W Euerman was in Clay City last Saturday on business Mr Killis Ware has moved in to the house vacated by Charley Ewen II Rev Newt Shropshire will p each hero Saturday night and Sunday Walter Williams went to in dian Fields Monday on special business Mrs G C Curtis and son Willie t visited J D Grovesand family at Elkiu from Friday till Sunday I Mrs Boca Williams and two Miildren Miss Nanmeftnd Ben rye visiting relatives near Win hester this week Lewis Mastin our clever road verseer has invited his men jome on the road this week iiIorder to work same JHurruh J I Lpwiat Ill bet you keep on till you get the road so people can travel ityef The members of the Christian cliuroh atthis place mefSdu- der teed culled J W McCalHster to praich for the church tho prcs- eat year The regular appoint- moat will bo the second Sulfur day and Sunday in each mouth Administrators Notice All persons holding ultimo against the estate of A Iloluiari de ceased are hereby notified to file some properly proven with the un dersigaed for payment on or before the 20th day of October 1900 or ley Itll be burred I will beat tanton on that date for the pur u of settling saute This Septem her 18 lout U S Ware Aduir A Holman I Farm For Sate 107 acres 3 miles from Cluy City 11 flit Stciling road The place has on it 650 apple and 500 peach trees and some pears plums cher ries grapes and other fruits all now beginning to hear The orchard is a north hillside and rarely faith bear fruit Good dwelling four springs land suitable 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 of material and fuel on the furor WH be sold on reasonable terms to R S NOEL Clay City Kv INSTRUCTIV INTERESTING Correct English= How to use itAiMdNTHLVJnAQAZINB DEVOTED TO THE USB OB ENGLISH JOSEPHINE TUCK BAKER Editor Partial Contents ourse JriGFanT tar ow to Increase Ones Vocabulary TheArt of Convfrsation Slull and WH1 Shotild and Would ThemPronunciations Dictionary Correct Engllsli in the home- orrect English in the School SayCoulnation hpbetic list of Abhreviotions Busiess the Business Man Compound Fords How to tlStudicsAgents Wanted 100 a Year Send 10 cents for copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston 111 fj Black Greek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unjsjaekend Lime in nny quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at LOwestPriees Will deliver at Clay City or sellat the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City KILLTttl COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew B ONSOIHPTION OUGH8 and OLDS I and and QuickcBt LUNG or MONEY BACK FORma a and Custom CLAY VITALITYPrice work six days in the we Ground for Bolted onesixth Meal aJW IGR2Lr I I a I Well Man cf Me I c Zriei tbaabove results In SOdys leach pi Vftflly and Quickly Cures when all others faiL =ouBimenwill regain their lost manhood and old men will racortr their youthful vigor br ononoBEVIVO It quickly and lurelyreitoni eeu Lost Vitality Impotency 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II MANY DOLLARS I I The greatest Investment for erery man rich or poorwho takes pride in personal appearance U The Economy Trousers Prtssireasy quick pleasing No botherno trouble Presses trousers so well as to creato the envy oferen the well dressed man costing nothing but a few minutes time No heat no iron A tailor would char twenty eve ooate Sent ontrial Circular ETBURROWEa fleeITab Brume Tows Saves brleliIiutsOli ie Met 12 tttlolllla TIIiI I 111 he 0 Ih- y u 1 L M arr The Hagan Gast r Ior Gasoline Engine I The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable Made Write todnytlor particulars We alto hundlo it full line of FPipeandIi Repair Work a Specialty t THE HAGAN 7S Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KT =fiheumsfc Sufferers Bo many wonderful cures of RhemnaUma have resulted from ns- lngWARDS Rhsnatic n4 Liver Pills that TOU should know I of this great I 7 edie but give this t have been relieved and- permanenuycared tho to DC Prlcc60o t s Your druggists cells r sadLiversubstitute but send us 60 cents and wo forward you n bottle prepaid On the 1 itmarket for thirtyfive years i PRIME MEDICINE COMPANY 122 Hampshire St Cambridge Mass I u s Lexington East rIRy Effective Sept 2 1906 EASTBOUND No 2 No4 Dai ox Sun Dully Stations PIn Lv Lexington 225 AiI j 1 Winchester 810 812 1 L E Junction 023 821 Glny Olty400 0CO ii Stanton 410 003 Cnmpton June 440031 Natural Bridge 445 9 4- 0Torrent4571 953 4 BeattyvilleJunc518 1014 4 0 K Junct 005 11 1- 0ArJackson610 WESTBOUND No 8 No1 Daily Dal ex Sun Stations P t A I- nLvJackson225 610 0 K Junct 3 806 16 I BeaUyvilleJuno 820 707 11 Torrent 842 73I Natural Bridge 8C5 74 Campton Juno 857 760 11 Stanton 4S5 816 4 Oliw City 434 825 I LEJunetion503 858 Winchester 520 Ar Lexington 6050 55 CONNECTIONSyL A E Junction Trains Nos 12a- nd 8 will make connection with C 0 for Mt Sterling 1 Campton Junction All trnlno eon sect with the Mountain Central for Piiio Ridge and Campton Beattyvillo Junction Trains Not 23 and 4 connect with the IL A Railway for Beattyvillo 0 K Junction Trains Nos 8 arid 4 connect with the 0 K for local sttations on theO 1C Hallway t To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Quinine GENERAL SUPPLIES medicine ydhhave thoro1ghtdal pbyslclansaudfrlonds boUletodar 1115f 010i cQipiII I r Sir c- iK h zwyiaaac e