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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 10 f w I 1 TilE CLAY CITY TIMESI 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Oorselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I tOL XI CLAY CITY KIT THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1906 NO 44 ilx7YxA1 44 + A i a BusinessMaking Prices Just received a beautiful line of Fall and Winter goods Plaid ginghams JiOc yd Wool plaids 25c to 45c II All wool gdods in plain and fancy50c to 7oc II Sicilians all colors white and black 45cto125 40 inch unbleached cotton 9c Pepperell bleached 104 sheet ing 28c Pepperellunbleached 104 sheeting SGc A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs c at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3 cakes lOc Sugar Cc per pound Best Flour 65c for 251b Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Ware just opened J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices We Maqufacture Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Verandas Pickets Stairways Shingles Fronts Every House Occupied There is not a dwelling house in Clay City to day but what is occupied or is rented and will be filled in a few days What will speak better for the business of any town The writer chanced to have the renting of a house and in one day we had four applicants to rent the house One of them wanted to move from a neighboring town here to get the benefit of our excellent city graded school One great draw back to Clay City is a lack of houses for people who would move here to occupy F P Tracy exSuperintend of Schools and a leading schoolteacher Powellcounty has had printed a Rule for solving some Difficult Problems The writer has applied this rule to a number of examples for which we never before saw any rule and can attest to its corret ness in solving the problems for which it is intended to apply Messrs Phil Sharp of Lexing ton and George Sharp of Law renceburg attended the funeral MissILizzie Now s the it v Timet- o buy your needs in seasonable goods We are closing out our line o- fMillinery all White Goods and Ev erything in Summer Wear in our 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 appareland etc C SHIMFESSEL Telephone No 38 IIbIANC MFG Co Winchester ICy r Sash x and Etc Store most ent We are Headquarters for BuildingPaper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc r Send us Your catirxiates Shipment I t if r KENTUCKY EIGHTH ltlnedIIn the Production of Coal in 1905 According to a bulletin gotten out by the United States Geologi cal Survey Kentucky ranked eighth in the in 1905 She produced 892523 short tons of coul during the year This Was valued 8385232 In respect to value the rank of Kentucky was tenth Iowa and Kansas show less production in tons but a greater valueKentucky holds the same place for 1005 that she held in 1004 a mong the coalproducing States with the exception that she went hack from seventh to eighth place in the number of tons of coal pro duced Colorado moving up a notch In 1004 the prouction was 7570482 short tons the value of which was 87809192 In 1904 the Kentucky production was 21 per cent of the total production in the United States In 1905 it had increased to 2 2 per cent Each year the production of coal in Kentucky has shown an uninter rupted increase until in 1905 it was two and tfneUiaif times what it was in 1896 The price per ton de lined front tlOi in 1904 to ninety nine cents in 1JH5 This was the case in all States east of the Mississippioft In 1 905 the coal mining in 5 Kentucky gave cmplopment toin average of 14085 men Working nan average of two hundred days per year In 1904 the industry gave employment to 14235 men working an average of 197 days The most valuable coal mined in Kentucky was in Morgan county where the average price per ton was 1229 The average per ton value for the State is ninetynine cents Death of Miss Elizabeth Mlze Miss Elizabeth Mire died at the home of her uncle Dr BI Littlepage in this city Monday evening at six oclock after several weeks illness of typhoid fe v jr Funeral services were conduct ed at the Presbyterian Church in this city by the Rev H A Irvin beautiful and appropriate remarks first being made by Prof 0 W Campbell of this city and Dr J M Spencer President of the Sayre Institute Lexing ton Miss Lizzie was a student in Dr Spencers school when ta ken sick and was a graduate of Prof Campbells school The floral offerings were rare and beautiful Burial at the Mize place on Hardyicks Creek yes terday afternoon where the con soling remarks of Dr Spencer and the Rev Irvin wore conclud ed Deceased was a member of the Presbyterian church ins this cityand a Christian hearted girl Miss Lizzie wiiB seventeen years old and was one of three children of J Gv Mize deceased severahyears Heriiiothoi1 Mrs D 0 Bloom died in this city last fall and her brother Rodneydibd n few years ago brother D6r ris T Mize is the only surviving member of the immediate family r Michael Burk aged lOll years y tt Business is good but we have and will keep always on hand a Complete Dine of Stylish Millinery Dress PatternsI- n beading Colors and Material From 50c to 1 25 per Yard Nice line of Side B Back Combs Collars and Gloves Facinators 25c to 100 Baby Hoods 25c to 75c Mrs W N Bush ESTABLISHED 1890 The Clay City National BailkL Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS FUND 8030000 This Bank is pleased to place at the disposal of its customers the facilities gained during SIXTEEN YEARS of continuous service and growth Accounts of corporations firms and individuals solicited Guar anteeing prompt and liberal treatment We pay 3 interest on deposits in our SAVINGS DEPART MENT compounded semiannually Accounts may be started with as small amounts as One Dollar OFFIOKUS- M II COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice PresIA T WIIITT I is dead in Ohio county lIe was the oldest inhabitant in that county Looked Like a Thief The following story is going the rounds of the press The other day a man and a bpy came into a store to buy a hat After a time the man was fitted to one Looking in the glass ho said to the youngster How do I look in this hat Like a thief prompt ly responded the boy The man angrily darted towards him but the boy fled from the shop pur sued by the man The shopkeeper laughed and found it very funny until their absence made him realize that he had been rob bed Then he stopped laugh f ngDr Spencer of Sayre Insti tute Lexington attended the funeral of Miss Lizzie Mizo yes terday It will be remembered that MisT Lizzie was attending this school when she was taken down with the terrible fever I f F a DIRECTORS M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT 1 F COX- J D ATKINSON- A T WIIITT There are several very desira ble farms advertised for sale or rent in this issue Rend them if interested The noted Judge Becknor is being tried in Winchester on a suit to disbar him from the prac tice of law The suit grow out of an affidavit made by Judge Beckner which seriously reflected on some Kentucky judges EnglishFarm For Sale 378 acres on Galloways Creek four miles from Irvine Estill coun ty 100 acres in grass 58 acres corn land remainder timbered land New dwelling and all necessary barns cribs and other out build ings Young apple and peach orchard of 500 trees Will sell or rent on reasonable terms For par tioulars call on or address G W McIntosh Clay City Ky Corn gathering is keeping the farmers busy j c 4- r t a SPOUT SPRING The prevailing price here for corn is 2 00 per barrel in tho fieldThos McKinney was below Tuesday and Wednesday on n business mission Attorney Hugh Riddell of Irvine was hero a short whilesnt nrday on legal business Mrs Andy J Ourtis continues very low and there are now grave fears that she will not recover Mrs Nannie McKinney and daughter Miss Nora Todd are visiting relatives at Pilot View and Kuckcrvillo Asa Todd sold the Gravel farm near here to Berry Barnett for 1300 00 cash Possession immediately Elder George W McIntosh will occupy the stand at the Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday mornings L t everybody come out and attend these sei vices Winchester will next Tuesday vote on the issuance of 1000 in bonds to be exended in the establishment of a sewerag system Richmond will vote on a simile proposition In Fleming county Miss Pearl Hughes a pretty lass of seven teen summers stole a horse and is now in jail and will be prose cuted by the Commonwealth The owner of the horse refuses to prosecute her y Sraryed or Stolen A flea bitten gray horse 1G hands highwith a knot on his left side and about 10 years old Strayed from Kiddville Oct 10 Libera rewardto finder or any informs lion leading to his recovery addreei SW Hisle Levee Ky A Great Blessing Work is a great blessing You cannot see it now but some day you will say that you were fortu nate in your boyhood days be cause you cannot get power to do things save by doing them Lool at the successful men that you know Get their history Near ly everyone was compelled to work in boyhood They toughened their muscles by hard worl iml sharpened their brains look ing out for themselves There is more Catarrh in this section of thu couutry than alloth er diseases put together and unti the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a loca disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing t euro with local treatment prouounc ed it incurable Science has prov en catarrh to bo u constitutional disease and therefore requires con stitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney do Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional euro on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon ful It acts directly on the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system TheyCoffer one hundred dollars for any case it tails to cure Send fox circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Teledo 0 Sold byDruggists 1 75c Toke Halls Family Pills for con stipation Household Goods for Sale All my Household effects includ ing Bed Room Suits Carpets Stoves Jot of Fruit Jars Stone ware and etc will be sold privately at my residence adjoining the Methodist Chur bAIsoAl 5Milk Cow for sale CHARLES CROOK 7 4f- ri r 3 a+ THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUnSDATV J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns second class mall matter Thursday Nov 1e HJOfi CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at pricee below mentioned The TIMES and- Courier Journal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 75 I Ilome and Farm 76 While Prof E A Gullioi candidate for Superintendent Public Instruction has had long experience as a suporintenden of county and city schools helm for years owned and edited 11 Democratic newspaper lIe has been president of both the Stat Teachers Association and of the Kentucky Press Association His experience fits him admirabl for the office of State Superintendent If ho be elected Ken tucky will make progress along all aducational lines He will also secure the active cooperation of all the newspapers in be getting inspiration and enthusiasm for the great cause of educa tion By the way why shouldnl the newspapers be represented occasionally on the State ticket The report has gained credence that Wayne Cooper the Prohi bition candidate for Congress in this district was himself a whis key drinker This report is con tradicted by affidavits from a number of church workers of his county Mr Cooper admits the he used to drink but of recent years he has been a total abstainer and a leading prohihitior worker and in every respect IK is worthy the full support of his party The peddling of examinatiQn- questio s will cease Prof E A Gullion says if the people elect him Superintendent of Public Instruction Being a printer as well as a school man ho says he will put a printing press in the back room of his office and gel out the questions with such care that it will be impossible for anj ono to steal them The traffic ir examination questions has foi fears been a burning shame n scandal Mr Gulhon proposes to stop it- Democrats go to the polls ear y Tuesday morning and stamp in the circle under the rooster And then vote in the Democratic rimnry for Democrats who hest measure up to the standard of true Democracy Dishonesty and machine rule are wholly un Democratic Vote always first fur honest men The eyes of all Wall street and the Wall street editors are still on the crop reports They know very well If the farmers do not produce wealth they cant steal it so they ire all very anxious adout this time of the year They say that the wheat crop is larger this ycnrtllanI la t but the corn crop is somewhat essIThe Democratic Primary Tues day will hoof much greater in erest to the people of Kentucky than the general election Only Jongressman will be electediin ati Kentucky this fall while in the Iirimary tlie interest in whole State officers is athand and more so than will be the general election next fall It has beeitpreyiouply stated and by runny it is supposed thnt at the coming November electioi the vote will be taken on the Constitutional amendment whicl provides for the exhibition of the current years tax receip before being allowed to vote Such is not the case but this question will be voted on nex year By a vote of 418 to 32 the Grant Lodge of Masons in Louisville puss ed the following resolution Resolved That it shall be un lawful for a Kentucky lodge to re ceivo or nccept into its Inembersl ip any perFon engaged in the menu facturo or Pale of spirituous vinou or malt liquors except where such manufacture or ale is for medica purposes Any and all lodges violating this edict shall forfeit their charters The Rev Irl R Hicks 1907 Almanac The Rev Irl R Dicks liar beer compelled by the popular demand to resume the publication of hit well known and popular Almanac for 1907 This splendid Almanac is now ready For sale by news dealers or sent postpaid for 25 cents by WOUD AND WORKS Pun LimriNa COMPANY 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo pudlishers of WOKD AND WOIIKS one of the best dollar monthly magazines in Amer lea One Almanac goes with every nbecriptbolfjIIIETYPICAL AMERICAN s 13 Dictionary u i fi ash autnonty irom This earliest schopl days until he I i reaches the highest rank of official i power business responsibility or literary eminence The New and Enlarged Edition of Websters International Diction ary with its 25000 added words completely revised Gazetteer and completely revised Biographical Dictionary has standing and au thority wherever the English lan guage is spoken It has 2380 quarto pages with 6000 illustra tions The Pall flail Gazette of London England says The sum total is the production of a word book Englishlanguage FR EEA Test In Pronunciation In Btructlvo anti uiitcrtainlntr for the wholo family Also Illustrated pamphlet GC MERRIAM CO USSSSJJ PUDLISHER8 DICTONAIW SPRINGFIELD MASS 0e I IAfffauo of IonGuaranteed All repairs done quickly above ground Take off Fulcrum and Handle to out- Pui1g rfrTcrniraj same as in wooden ump9 LOOK FOR TMaa Nu UMPl IX- Made err hover best material Extra heavy cisUga Adjustable preventafreezingthangcab Balu by dealers everywhere carrytherowrltolIlforJjpe Dont buy nchesp pump costs too much in the end WILCIAMSPUMPCO473Harmon Indianapolis Ind itr v r- u You are Cordially Invited to call and look over pup splendid tines in Dress Goods MILLINERYCloaks Underwear Notions Furnishingsc Mrs J W Williams It 1jT4 n ft Whitest White Cake r The Lightestt ght R 0l lt t a J And Flakiest Biscuit Ji t h tt- AIO 11u10 Wltn YU1I TNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour tt Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants INSTTKM AVITII t r 0J LYON C SON l s The JTttfuliii r TiiKuimio A AcontH of Eastern l uittii lcy + t + e + i fOver 200000000 TI Ii i fl s Erj Everyone who knows about ineurnneo know s 1i A they are leaders in this linoaPOLNA OOT CANS BEAUTIFY YOu iew iVlfWLl lJJrAINF I I M emonailtl hIaIMriW A F7i o a AtoonWwrA imall Invnimcni m pine ddt ficuly 10 the vtluc cad bciuiy ol your ptoptny ant makes you i good neighbor mating a good neighborhood Good one ol the ben iatttifflcnii nd bl returns in a using got an cipeou cut who you ptiat buy only Vlnlo NacThere1 one Indle utabte reason shy a ttuoo every honest punier will acknowledge The Oil it the UftOfPJnndbuurtwlOICl good to It Ircih mad pure Item the dealers not rcl n cm The plinlhll Ii ready to mix with lined oil gallon lor jillon n KINLOCH PAINT gad we recommendduo lor tyery good reason we know L B Littlepage Lei Son CLAY KY CITY tiW ti hPJit y i TINESrX AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER f THURSDAY NOV 1 1900 L OAnltEVITIES C Free mail delivery will be inc stituted nt Winchester today J Bon F McKinney of llucker 1 1 yule was here Saturday on busi liess- N t A D Campbell of Irvine is the guest of his son Prof 0 W Oampbellj The cool weather of this week t reminds us that hog killing time will soon be here t Mr and Mrs Geo W Lewis of Pilot View visited relatives in the city Saturday ic D R Mountz continues very low and but little hopes are en 1irained for his recovery Asa B Ewen a leading mer chant of Slade was transacting Ibusiness in the city Monday Prof and Mrs 0 W Campbell visited relatives at Irvine from Friday till Monday Mr and Mrs John Hisle of Richmond visited relatives here 1 the latter part of the week I Attorney Hugh Riddell of Ir vine was in the city Saturday look after some legal business I Mrs J I Will of Walton is visiting her sister Mrs W I Jackson on Hardwicks Creek I 2 Mr and Mrs J H Dawson of Spout Spring were in the J1I L city yesterday having some den Jt tnil work executed v i f Miss Jennie Green McKinney 11 i Winchester attended the fun eral of her cousin Miss Lizzie Mize in this city yesterday i Only five days until the elec taro Dont forget to vote for Frank A Hopkins for Congress Only a stamp under the rooster Mrs Lou Groves left this week for Allgood Tenn to visit her son Charles Groves She will remain there during the winter W E Heflin moved this week to his Clark county lands Mr Heflin is a fine citizen a lead ingstock trader and a man whose moral and financial worth will be hard to replace Mr and Mrs IJG Christo pher of Miami Texas are re joicing over the arrival of a new girl at their home on Monday of Inst week Their Kentucky friends extend congratulations Sparks from a passing engine Tuesday afternoon set the dead grass in the Orphans Home on fire and the report was started that the Home was on fireand l it was a great relief when the real truthfulness of the accidentt i was ascertained A J Walters died at his home on Black Creek Monday morning after a continued illness of fe ver Deceased was about seven ty years of ago and was buriedat 1 1owells Valley Tuesday after l a noon Funeral services were 1 Ti conducted by Elder BF Wright I i iit the churchir j TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY k i4 Elake LAXATIVE BRQMO Qui I I rnineTableteDruggisterefundmon tr ey if it falls to cure E W f i 1 GROVES signature is on eaehbox to I p r 25c ni r toe ofl I r- tij Z y1 1IG+ te r 1e i0 k x M Bailey moved toWinches ter the last of the week John N BuShohg is enlarging hip residence and otherwise improving his property Did Halloween visit you last night in his mischievous mood If he didnt you are lucky Mrs Butler Stewart of Stras burg was Sunday summon ed to the bedside of her father A J Walters near this city She arrived hero Tuesday expecting to see him in his last hours but too late ash had pass ed away Monday morning Had n Close Call t to dangerous surgical operation involving the removal of a malignant ulcer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C StickeJ of Mile tus W Va Persistent use of the Salve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25o at Swann Day Lumber Cos store Lumber Company Sued The Millers Creek Lumber Company of Irvine has been su ed by the Pulaski Stove Co for 140000 00 for breach of contract The Lumber Company says that a certain amount of oak timber was sold the Stove Company but the Stove Company refused or failed tq take up the logs and pay for them so the timber was sold to other parties A Year of Blood The year 1903 will long be re membered in the home of F N Packet of Alliance Ky os a year of blood which flowed BO copious ly from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption with the astonishing result that after taking four bottles I was completely re stored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at SwonnDay Lumber Gos store Price 50c and 100rlrlal bottle free Association Meeting The Kentucky Valley Medical Association held a most profita ble and enjoyable session at Campton Thursday and Friday a good attendance of the M Drs being present The shooting of an oil well was witnessed by the Doctors with much interest and other entertainments were pro vided them by the Campton physicians Dr James H Stamper of Oampton was elected presi dent and Dr B Littlepage of this city was elected secretary Made Happy for Life Great happiness came into the homeS 0 Blair school superintend ent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint he names Ho says 1My little daugh ter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grew- steailyworse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I re joico to say three bottles effected a complete cure Qnick sure cure lor nervous complaints general debility female weaknesses impover ished blood and malaria Guaran teed by SwannDay Lumber Los store Price 50o New Watchmaker- P lJauppinWatoh and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel buildingjpr work in life line Prornptattention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed i ISTEVENS SHOOTrFor 41 years STEVENS ARMS have carried oft PREMIER HONORS for AC CURACY Our line Rifles Shotguns Pistols Ask your alpIa fist oa the STEVENS If 7 cannot obtain we ship direct u Jrtrt rtfaitt upo- nreceldofclalogNke stampforofeomp ete output A raluablebook ofrefer once rot present and prospective shooters f Beautiful ihrcecolor Aluminum Hanger will be forwarded for 10 cents in stamps Jr Stevens Arms Tool Co- P O Box 4098 CHICOPEE FALLS MASS U S A It is said that ninetenths of American men who have attain edeminence in the various fields of laudable activity came from the farm It takes the farm to produce sturdy strong manhood Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strikes they quickly settlle the trouble and the purifying work gees rigth on Best cure for con stipation headache and dizziness 25o at SwannDay Lumber Cos store The amount of capital invested- in manufacturing enterprises in Louisville last year was 79008 788 against 44015044 in 1000 A considerable increase which shows that Kentuckys metropo lis is fast forcing to the front as a iminufaeUr ng center A UUARANTE D CURE FOR PILES Itching BlinU Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Dr Iggists nrt authorized to refund motley if PAZO OINT MENT fails to cure 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 TIiE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiEitspooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ oats firms and corporations 848 FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning TAKE LaxaUveI c Its to Your Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hat Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Haidwiire Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and takeIn exchange for goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the place AlE1 BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY UNION COLLEGE A CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN SOUTHEASTERN KY Near the Famous Cumberland Gap Full Academic Normal and College Courses Unsurpassed Musical Department ElegantlyFurnishedSpecial rates fcr 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 u JAMES W EASLEY Barbourville y 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 livingItsetc Price 50 cents Sold by Trees PlantsI 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 Wo employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter H F Hil eixmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Now is the time to buy your mpney IEXPERIENCE 60 YEARS TRADE MARKSIAnyone lending a sketch and description may our an oCommunleaoUonlsent tree Oldest for aecuringpuents Patents taken tbronb Nunn A eo receive Ca notltt without chares In the Scientific Rmerican A bandomely IUnltrate weakly rrrgest cit or an eelentl ournni Terms a Yorkmooch Virden Robert Ware is at Kiddville this week on business Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth of Cat Creek and near Rosslyn sta tinn on L E Ry About 225 a ores in entire boundary 130 acres of bottom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or fields all in high state of cultivation and nil in grass well rested and ready to make money on There is 800 to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed timber on the boundary Plen ty of fruit good barn nearly new capable of housing 50 to GO head of tock two good never falling wells of water Plenty of stock water Red Piver running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs c Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust anti walnut grove to rebuild in tmile from railroad station null post office school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars which isjessthan 855 per acre for the vation Land all around it sells for 865 to 880 per here Better than Bluegrass land for you cant wear it out and its products bring more than in the Bluegrass Best neighbors in the State Easy terms of payment You cant beat it Write to R C Mansfield Son- Winchester Ky DraggingDown Pains are a symptom of tne most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally comes Irregular and painful periods weakening drains backache headache nervousness dizziness Ir ritability tired feeling etc The cure Is 1 1W Cardui I The Female Regulator that wonderful curative vegetable ex tract which exerts such a marvelous strengthening Influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain and regulates the menses It Is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaintsAt and dealers in SlOO bottles I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Grove Mo also In my right and left sides and my menses were very painful and Irreg ular Since taking Cardul feel like a new woman and do not suffer as I die It is the best medicine I ever took PROFESSIONAL CARDS 44NNN N4 yNW4NNN44N4MWW W4NINN4N4 Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY t Office up stairs In the Central Note Ann oundJyandhigh grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Am prepared to do custom grin ing every day during the wee Meal guaranteed to be first Clllfl Uringyour turn and give me u trite GV fCluy trr t rr 00 Curtis p was at Darlings yule Monday on legal business Lon Martin of WilHnmsburg visited his uncle G D Cook and family last week We are having some fine fall wearher now and the people are making good use of it Milt Potts sold a pair of work mules recently to a Mr Smith of Clark county for 200 Miss Sudio Curtis has returned home after a three weeks visit with her aunt Mrs J D Groves at Elkin Clark county Miss Nannie Prewitt returned to her home in Madison county Monday after several days visit with her sisters Mrs Malisa Par ker and Mrs Susie Everman Those who attended the pro tracted meeting Sunday from here were Misses May demons Cora and Lillie Cook Lillie and Mary Ware Myrtle and Eva Williams Messrs Walter Will lams Beckner Cook Joe Clem ails Kimbrell J H Crow was at Irvine no business last Tuesday John R Stephens is burning a brick kiln at Iron Mound Newton Abney and wife of Kiddville visited Samuel Embs tho first of the week Miss Harriet Stone and Miss Richardson of Fox visited Mrs Johnson Harris last Sunday Allen Orsborne of Clark county was in this vicinity and at tended the funeral at Kimbrells Chapel last week A tax has been levied in this school district for the purpose of buying a lot and building a new school house which is badly neededRev B F Wright preached the funeral sermon of Mrs Flo rinda Spry at the Chapel here last Sunday A large crowd was present Mrs W G Patrick and son Owen of this place and Mrs Nannie McKinney and daughter Miss Norah Todd are visiting relatives in Clark county this weekRev Henry Gardner will preach here next Saturday night and Sunday morning Bro Gard ner was returned to this charge for another year Ii the M E Conference recently held at Greenup Ky There is an effort being made to repair Kimbrells Chapel church and we hope to see the building repaired so that servi ces can be held there through ojIerate with the pastor in this work A Curd of Thanks To the many kind friends who attentively and effectively aides us in the care and treatment o- iuf Dear little niece Miss Lizzit Mize during her recent illness tad death we desire to extent nir sincere thanks and trus vhen tho opportunity may nflcm- o be enabled to so comfor item Dr and Mrs B Little age ms Stray Steer There came to iny plane aboil hree weeks ago a pale red stet veighing about G50 pounds it medium condition Owner wit dense prove the property pu hargfs and get time animal J II Dawson Spout Spring Ky r + it t Farm For Rent Good Farm of 00 acres 4 miles south of Clay City all in grass Furnishes excellent grazing any year for 25 cattle this year it has run 40 head Good dwellingand all necessary out buHdings including barn and cribs Will take part of the rent in work If desired will rent an additional tract of 40 acres just across the road to go in corn and peas A snap for some one Will rent for all money or part money and a part of the crop J E Burgher Clay City Ky Photograph Gallery for Sale One Portable Gallery Four Cam eras and every thing necessary Good trade established No gallery in 18 mileslarge territory Prices from 50c to 80 per doz My health only reason for selling Call on or write J W Henry Clav City Ky For Sale My Brick Residence on College St in Winchester Ky of 8 rooms Bath room China closet Attic and Cellar Lot 55 x 150 ft MAUIA BEAN Farm For Sale 107 acres 3 miles from Clay City ou Alt Sterling road The place has on it 650 apple and 500 peach trees and some peers plums cher rice grape and other fruits all non beginning to bear The orchard is on a north hillside and rarely fails to bear fruit Good dwelling four neveifailing springs 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 R S NOEL lay City Kv freet60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI msyqulckltttonuatrtctlconedentlfL a INDBOO on Patent enc7foreecurlngpatentaPatent ipteiatnattce without chanre In the Scientific fltncricam A bal14tomel Illnitnted wnklr Lareeatetn rotation of any reitrt four monthi L SodDyalinewudeale- rsIUNN Co3olereadwa New York Branch once 654 V BU WMUlncton D Co ONLY S400 Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unsluckend 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 65 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew II FOR cONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK M Merchant and CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll THE rwcnwImI GnIIIAI1I IPrice BAILEY Cu- stomMILLER REVIVO t RESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man 4 of lPEl2JNCDE FtEmprodllceetheaboTereJU1tlln 30d8110 coati powerfully Care all otaeri fall Sonuameinrlll regain their lost rainhoodindold men will recover their youthful vigor by a lag REVIVO It Quickly and urelrreitoreiNenont see Lost Vitality Impotency nightly Emtnloai tost Power Falling Memory Wasting Diseases and all effect of ceUabcn or exceuand Indiscretion which wilts ona or study badness ormuriate II sot only cores by starting at the seat of disease but Uasreat nerve tonto and blood builder bring Log back the pink Slow topale sodre storing the Ore of youth It off Insanity and Consumption Insist on hating nEVIVOno ether It can be carried in vest pocket By mall IOO perpackaxe or ell tat 8OO with poll slue written guarantee to eve or TSIUDd the Book and f e Address UUlldnra1nr Solo In Olny City Ky jBy B Littlepage Son BAKERWIND ENGINES slmplodurabloenclosed and free from dust nod weather- A c j l rolled eticl spindle on which all our wheels revolv n mug No Babbitting IS A FlATliKE- Ftutctiiiu tlio sails without rivets or bolts and tholise of 48 salj In vhctl IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chided eccentric driving tho actuat ing rod 13 A FEATURE A chilled ballbearing turntable and selfregulating device IS A FEATURE Write for ntntci rti and fur rwltulr nonrT fur our tine In end geun agent 1 KUinntn pnre Ue aUo niuj a loll line otTwcr94LandPump All our goal curry Wih Hit m oyr Lull THE HEULeRAItER CO Napoleon Ohio U S A 11 Me cheeks vicinity IT SAVES MANY DOLLARS I The rrMtott Investment fortry man rich or poorwho takes pride in personals Thi Economy TroHsirs Pnssir 1IU7 quick pleasIng No botherno trouble Presses troueeTeeowen- U to create the envy oteTeO the well dreued man coUng nltblng but a few minutes time No heatno troD Atatlor would charge twenty oeBf Bent on trIaL ClrcelarIIftye T BURRO WK IteeI Fl Take Bromo TaUtts Seves Ryles cam W is patlameatirt u i ITheH The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We alo handle u full line of i Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co t WINCHESTER KY Sufferers So many wonderful cures of Rheumatlam have resulted from us- ingWARDS Rheumatic and Liver Pills that you should know of this great medicine youhaveedle but give this medicine a thorough trial Thouaandegivcn- tip by physicians and as incurable havo boon relieved and permanently cured Kot7 time to be cured Bay a bottle today and commence Price BOo 1 drurglataeelbWard Liver PIUhe wont supply you accept no substitute but send us 60 cents and we market you a bottle prepaid On the i for tmrtyflve years THE PRINCE KEDICIHE COMPANY r 122 Ilarapslilro St Cambridge Mass I Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 7 1906 EASTBOUND No 2 No 4 Dal ex Sun Doily Stations P in AM Lv Lexington 225 735 1 Winchester 810 812 L vE Junction 025 824 I Clay City 400 000 Stanton 410 HH Campton Juno 4111 035 I Natural Bridge 4 4S 040 41 Torrent 457 063 11 RenttyvllleJunc 518 1014 0 K Junct 005 1110 Ar Jackson 010 1115 WESTBOUND No 8 NoL Dally Dal ex SUn Stations P M A in Lv Jackson 221 010 O K Tenet 2 30 0 16 Bci ttyvllleJunc320 707 Torrent 343 730 Natural Bridge 855 74 Campton Juno 867 i 751 Stanton 421 815 Ii OIJiv Oitv 4H4 82 I LEJunction5tai 858 1 Winchester 520 0710- Ar Lexington 005 06T COXNKOTIONS JI E Junction Train Nos 12 and H will mnku cunnecliuii wish C O for lIt Sturllnjr- Oumptmi Junction All train IMIII npct with the Mountain Central for Pico Ridge anti Cmnpton- Benttvvllle Junction Trains Nos 28 and 4 connect wllli llioL A Railway for Don ttJJ1o 0 K Junctinn Truing NOB h nnd 4 connect with tin 0 K for local Bttntions on thoO K Railway I r To Cure a Cold in One Day hlVroDcys j ILaxative Quinine GENERAL SUPPLIES RheumaSiQ cm every lox 25c I i