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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u 1 i j 11 THE CLAY CITY TIMES I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher 1 YOL 4r XI CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1906 NO 95 11 t Business iticing Prices Just received a beautiful line of Fall and Winter goods Plaid ginghams lOc yd Wool plaids 26o to 45o AU wool goods in plain and fancy 60c to 75c Sicilians all colors white an- dblack4 c toll 25 II 40 inch unbleached cotton 9c sheeting II Pepperell unbleached 10 4- aheeting2Gc A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs c at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices Lenox Soap 3 cakes lOc Sugar GC per pound Best Flour C5c for 25lb Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Ware Just opened J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices In Lose One of the The was an one In it thb the and al of Con for the and will the del in the six and five if yet to won in this hoes for by 42 goes by 084 by 22 goes for ley as Lee and etc The vote is and nil the not in full is for nor of but the rest of the in less Nows the Time to buy your in We are out our line o- fMillinery erything v AT COST Fait come first We may have what you want but may have sold it Our on these yet season able will move in a and you not miss this if is yet in your and etc SHIMFESSELTelep- hone No 38 fi MFG r r We Flooring t Weatherboarding Varanflas f Stairways Shingles and Etc Store VERY QUIET ELECTION Kentucky Democrats Three Congressmen Hopkins election Tuesday unusally quiet Kentucky from best reports seems that have Third Sixth Ninth Tenth Eleventh Congression districtsThis gain three gressmen Republicans make Kentucky egation next House stand Democrats Republicans later returns dont show Hopkins have district Powell county Hop kins majority j Clark Democratic Montgomery Breathitt Lang does Estill Morgan however close counties have been heard from Hearst defeated New York Democratic ticket wins Republican majority Kansas than 20000 needs seasonable goods dosing all White Goods and Ev in Summer Wear in our Store served today tomorrow price goods make them hurry should opportunity there anything lacking Summer wearing apparel C I fthl HC Co Winchester Ky Maoufacture Sash door Coiling Blinds Pickets Fronts Number Republicans carried Gover We are Hecdquartersfori Building Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing fthd Etc i Send us Your esliiafes- Jl i wi t JhpiV t rmptShlpm nt C rt r i r r r tf 01 I Next House will be safely Re publican though the majority will be reduced RESULT OF PRIMARY Very Close in Some Races Only Hager and Oulllon sure Winners 137 Precincts not Heard from Estimate In Some of the Others The primary election from reports now in show Beckham to be in the lead U S Senate Ha ger in the lead for Governor Hendrick sor Attorney General Gullion for Supt Instruction and Newman for Com of Agricul tureThere are 2000 voting precincts in the State and 1028 have re majorities ham 8155 Hager 22157 Hen drick for Attorney General 17 202 Gullion for Supt of Schools 4022 j Newman for Comr of Ag riculture 840 The above figures are estimat ed in some instances and where the total majorities are small it is quite likely that the result may bo changed when the count is made McCreary and Beck ham run a very close race and it is claimed that the official count only can truly tell the result givesBeckham ClayCityvote running as follows For Governor N B Hays 84 S W Hager 94 For Attorney General J K Hendricks 45 Lillard Carter 51 For Supt Public Instruction E A Gullion 87 M 0 Winfrey 60 For Comr Agriculture R C Crenshaw 45 J W Newman 58 For Lieut Governor South Trimble 04 For Secretary of State Hubert Vreeland 85 For Auditor Henry Bosworth 80 For Treasurer Ruby Lafloon 88 For Clerk Court of Appeals John B Chenault 00 For United States Senator J 0 W Beckham 100 James B McCreary 87 Death of D R Mountz D R Mountz died Tuesday at one oclock in the afternoon at his home near this city of brights disease after several weeks illness Burial at the Kennon graveyard on Hardwicks Creek yesterday afternoon under the auspices of K P Lodge of this city of which he was a leading memberDeceased was about thirty years old and leaves a wife and five children His wife was Miss Emma McKinney and they have been married ten years Mr Monntz was a man who stood well in this community and was held in the highest esteem by all who know him His friends bythetodtho remains to their last rest j 0 + vjk i Business is good but we have and will keep always on hand a Complete bine of Stylish Millinery Dress PatternsI- n beading Colors and Material From 50c to 1 25 per Yard Nice line of Side Back Combs dollars and Gloves Facinators 25c to 100 Baby Hoods 25c to 75c Mrs W N Bush ESTABLISHED 1890 The Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 85000000 SURPLUS FUND 8G300 00 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 8o interest on deposits in our SAVINGS DEPART MENTcompounded semiannually Accounts may be started with as small amounts as One Dollar OFFICERS M II COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WIIITT Cashier ing place He had been in fail ing health for two years or more but until this fall his trouble was not thought to be of a serious nature the greatest affliction seeming to be in his head Ills eyesight has been very deficient for some time The widow and little children together with his parents Mr and Mrs Win Mountz of this city have the sympathy of a host of friends in their sad bereave ment It indeed seems hard to give up the head of the family especially when in the prime of life and in the face of so many duties in the rearing of a family of children Elopes With Another Mans Wife A disdatch says that Dr R B Combs of College Hill eloped with the pretty young wife of a Mr Robertson bookkeeper for H E Talbott Company who are putting in the lock and dam at College Hill and is sup posed to have gone to Oklaho n r h hil 2 niuECTons M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT J P COX- J D ATKINSON A T WIIITT ma to reside The wronged husband says that last Wednesday night his wife returned from Richmond and before bedtime fixed him up a nice toddy He at once went to sleep and didnt wake up until some time the next day when he found his wife and six months old baby gone He trac ed them to this city where he supposed they got on the train This couple and another man came to a farmers house near this city before daylight Thurs day morning and had a fire built up and warmed Theyprofess ed to be going to Mt Sterling where the lady was to receive treatment from a specialist and Dr Combs was supposed to be attending her The strange man and woman worn supposed to be theydidntDr Combs was a prominent phisician of this city for several in the early nineties Ho has several children though his wife is dead I KENTUCKYS FAME Dy- Florence Strong Shes n trophy and n No pleasure ever denies She knows no yearning sighs A Kentucky sparkling eyes Sites as witty us you please And she knows it with nil enso That no masculine heart could dare deny 9 A Kentucky girl with a sknrkllng eye Her charms are many Her faults not one The maid from Kentucky Where the thoroughbreds run If yovve never known happpincss or fun Come to Lexington when the races begunAnd the Blue Grass take II roro And see fast horses like Apollo drove Of nil the blessings theres none so line As the mountain and Blue Grim both combine 0 Thercr n vision of happiness o loveliness too t In Kentucky where they make the moonshine ste- wSPOUT SPRING Farmers in this section are very busy gathering their corn cropRobert Niblack was in Winchester i the first of the week on a business mission J R Hurst of Vaughns Mill attended the services at the Baptist church here Sunday morning Moses McKinney visitEd hisi sister Mrs George W Lewis at Pilot View a few days this week 1 Mr and Mrs Russell Ohristo pher are time proud parents of a new boy which arrived in their house Monday November 5 i Elder George W McIntosh occupied the stand at the Baptist church Saturday und Sunday Owing to a conflicting ap pointment at the Kimbrell M E Church the congregatipn was somewhat diminished on Sun day morning f Sraryed or Stolen A flea bitten gray horse 16 hands high with a knot on his left side nud about 10 years old Strayed from Kiddville Oct 10 Liberal reward to finder or any informa tion leading to his recovery address S W IIisle Levee Ky We this week received a two column rending notice from a western railroad Co advertising lunds along their line which they requested us to publish without charge Such gall as is possess ed spite people When we get ready to do advertising free we will give time benefit to home people in preference to foreignrailroad corporations There is more Catarrh in this section of this country thun all oth er diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local rome dies and by constantly failing to I tire with local treatment prouounc td it incurable Science has prov tencatarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires con- S stitutional treatment Hulls Car turns Cure manufactured by F J Chewy fc Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional euro on the market It is token internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon i ful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Theyoffer one hundred dollars for tiny case it fulls to cure Send for circulars and testimonials o Address F J CHENEY JCOTeledo O Sold by Druggists 7Scv 1ake Halls FamilyPills5for con Btipatipn I 1- s 4 4 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSDAY u J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ads vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass snail mutter Thursday Nov 8 HOG CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rater with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES mill CburierJournnl UOO Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 I I Home and Farm 75 The Farmers Institute The farmers of Kentucky are perfecting nn organization under the supervision of Commissioner of Agriculture Hubert Vree land Institutes lure being held in every county of the State and the Powell Institute will bo held at Stanton Oct 22 and 23 Tin Institute will bo organized by men who know how and left with the farmers of the county Every farmer in the county should attend this meeting and receive the cooperation of learned agri culturists in developing the lands of our countv to the best advantage Every profession every trade the laboring man except the farmer has formed some kind of an organization It now stands in hands for the farmer to organ ize While it is not the inten tion to form a trust of the farm ers through this move it is a worthy action on the part of our excellent Commissioner and it should be takon up by farmers everywhere Will Quit Raising Tobacco Many of the leading farmers of this county have expressed their de termination not to raise anymore tobacco They have been forced to this by reason of the inelllcient help and the tenant system which they regard us Very bud They have found large crops a constant source of worry to them Labor has b en hard to get and has demanded such enormous prices that tobacco raising has been hard to get and has de manded such enormous priced that tobacco raising bus been well nigh unprofitable in the lust two years Many farmers at Versailles last week said they had raised the last stalk of tobacco they ever intended to Tbey appeared to be thoroughly disgusted with the whole busi ness und regretted they had not quit years ago We believe that the example of these farmers will soon be followed by other tobacco raisers and that the crop will be but a small proportion of what it has been in the past few years Midway Clipper Not long since a young fellow undertook to jolly an old imiid when the following conversation took place Hello aunty why lont you get married Im just as goofs as married now1 Hows that Well you see Ive got a tom cat that stays out all night a parrot to do the swearing and a stove that smokes If that is not as good us being married I will quit Ofllciiils of the State prison at Frankfort Monday discovered plot among the convicts by which several of the most desperate expected to escape One man was missing and was found burled under the floor in the sandroom This led LO the discovery of the general plan to take advantage of the fact that now guards are now on duty M Card of Thanks I To the people of Clay City and the surrounding community we desire to extend our gratitude for the kindness rendered during the sickness and death of dear Lizzie Wo Jiopp in some way to bo able to repay you for your kindness Wo are also very grateful for the floral girls which were in deed very beautiful Again we tle ire to tender our sincere thanks to Brothers Irvin Campbell und Dr Spencer for the kind remarks renden d which greatly lightened the bur dens of our affliction James Bloom and D T filize Cow for Sale Nice red cow with young calf Good milk and butter cow and willl e sold worth the money P 0 Prior Spout Spring Ky For Sale A good heating stove suitable for parlor or bed room nickle plat ed foot fenders mind top ornament Worth 800 PriVeS400 cash Dr Bertram Smith The Rev Irl R tUcks 1907 Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks has been compelled by the popular demand to resume the publication of his 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 Woito AND WOIIKB Pun LISHINd COMlANY 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo pudltahers of WORD AND WOIIKS one of the best dollar monthly magazines in America One Almanau guts with every subscription uuGET THE BEST Recently 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call and look over our splendid lines in Dress Goods MILLINERYCloaks Underwear Notions Furnishings c c Mrs J W Williams ia Fv TM eWMltestWhtte Cake t i i7 The Lightest Rolls And Flakiest BiscuitfAio Undc Whom You UHO v Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed If MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY f I Sold by our Leading Merchants + i UNSURE WITH t IF A LYON SON I i The JLcniliiie IiiNiiiMiueo Agorltty Ah of EfiHtorii lieiituolcy + Hfi Over 200000000 f I t Represented v oft Everyone who knows anything about insurance know r I they are leaders in this line I BEAUTIFY YOIIrHa iz 1Itsmach 3iifrTO MIX HOTSCAOYHUtfD Trw r ewe rYiZr nimportant MemonaduBl cWI10 o7Wa1W1Wn TM Mi14Mp MigardW 1 W W rW 1 y M 1 iM wnnS- M 511 A imall Invcnmeni in paint adds pertly to the vtlut and of tour property and mikct you t good neithbot by nuking a good neighborhood Good puating is one of the bctt investments and pays big returns in improved value I saving not in cipcDie Out wben you pa inl kjr only liltM- N V N There one IndipuablrOlJolI hyt iciion every honest punter will knowledge The Oil It the Uf of Point the sure to get pad Dills to buy It froth and readyIomixwithlinscedoilgullonforjsUona1 loi tvery mood rcaion we I B Littlepage Son INLOSMfAINT COMPANY 4 i CLAY CITY KV x14L TIMES AN ATLlIOMI MApE PAPER lnUnSDAY JL NOV 8 IflOO I TOOA 11 BREVITIES 4 I t prB LittlepaoewWIS1Aex ingtpn Monday Dorris T Mize has returned to school at BowlingGreehr J Noah Rose of Jacksonwas in the city Tuesday to vote 0DrW 0 Mclntire ofCar lise is in the city on business qMrs Maggie Wills offlicker villeis visiting city H D Curry of Myers Nicho las county canie Bomb Tuesday to vote i iI V 1 Ouida Littlepage has re turned to school at Sayro lnsti tute at Lexington The Clay City Spoke Company has begun operation with every indication of success Jolin W Elkin and wife of Sams visited their daughter MrsrJ Eo Niblack Sunday r I Oscar Mackey and family vis t ited relatives at Millers Creek h Estill county the hitter part of I list week IFF Several from thiscity attend i ted thor burial of D R Mount 1 tyti Hardwiclt sOreclt yesterday afternoon s Clay City 85 for Hopkins and 4 Powell 42 bents going Republi can but it certainly is not what t weshould have done i f Monday was pension day and- Lt Squire D D Potts lI forms us j that he executed vouchers for i thirtyeight beneficiaries j Thursday October 20 will he Tlijinksgiving and every hunter to tillllo ready for the occasion with usual fatal results follow lug Burrel Akers has vented and I moved to the Bailey property on Sixth avenue and will there con i duct u boarding house and res I taurant 1 D Snowden will have a public sale of all his personal property at Vaughns Mill Saturday Oct 10 See posters for particulars The old saying that three big white frosts and then a rain wont hold good this fall for we have hind one every day for the past two weeks and no rain yet After such n rainy summer and I early fall the beautiful weather now prevailing is indeed very welcome to every individual An excellent opportunity is being afforded farmers to gather their corn and got up their winter wood I It seems to us by observation I that enough coal has been already delivered in Clay City to supply every person in the city with un abundance of fuel the winter through and still the de livery continues There surely will be a very light business for the coal dealer here this winter i TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Pake LAXATIVE BROMO Qui nineirauleta Druggists refund mon- ay it Jit falls to cure fE W J n9ViEtSlSigUl1tUlOiunc ch iA t q ttk rRe Ii The hunting season will begin next Thursday one week from today So fur the tame law has been closely observed appar cntly in this county This will afford better sport for all when the season opens Game is a hundnnt this year and a good time is anticipated by allsports men Had a Close Call e A dangerous surgical operation involving the removal of a malignant ulcer MS largo as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented bj ArptcaSUetus W Va Persistent use of the Salve completely cured It Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25e at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Indian Summer Several are calling these beau tiful days Indian Summer and it perhaps is correct though a little early Indian Summer de rived its name from the Indians who used to during the pretty days just before cold weather filially set in made all their preparations for the winter hence this pretty weather before the real winter set in became known as InlinnSunul1el A Year of Blood The year 1903 will long be remembered in the home CF N Packet of Alliance Ky us a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr rackets lungs that death seemed very near lie writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption with the astonishing result that after taking four bottles I was completely re stored and as time has proven per ttiatnently cured 11 Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds nt SwunnDay Lumber CoA store Price BOc and y 100 Trial hot tlo free A huge potato was exhibited in our office Friday by Oscar Maqkey which was grown byit T Kennon on Hardwicks Creek It was of the Early Rose variety and large enough to make an ordinary family a full mess It weighed 21 pounds anditspro- duction only further demon strates Powell countys value his an agricultural county when the land is properly cared for A man who invariably tries to get tlia big end of the bargain may be surprised to learn some time that every man in the neighborhood is studying hard how to beat him and some of them are sure to discover the combination Made Happy for Life Great happiness came into the homeS C Blair school superintend ent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint hG names He says My little daugh ter had St VitusDance which yielded to no treatment but grew stonily worse until as a last resort we tried JSleqtrie Bitters and Ire Joicett2saY three bottles effected IL euro Quick sure cure forn rvol8jcomplnlnt8j general debility female weaknesses impover silted blood and malaria fcuuran by SwannDayLumbet Cbs store Price oOc New Watchmaker PMduppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Holel building for vork In his line J1romjlt tten ioh tolallorkand satisfaction guaranteed eild J111 ifte r ll iVr J c L I I ON YOUR HUNTBNG TRIPUs lure to be properly e tutiei oMaln tfie JTEV IiNianloutatxxorwnrdoxc Vr e inai- eniFLE3 from 225 to 1GOOO PI3TOLO from 25013 6300 SHOTGUNS from 780 to 3500- AskpountealeranlIrttht e tr tM pa a Illut mar r r na e trit dih U Inter- yecann dealnesblyicrc l In StOiTINrrou dire t tarrMj ChR 4r114tbae II Mined 1T 1 iiTxn reelmt cf frf r crnti In ftlmps to cataloglrLecnrortwsueOur rf hill be tent any iiere IT i icntj la i niiv J 8T VEf3 A t3 AND TOOL CO r i43ch- tcopoo Falls Mass U S A A T Whitt was summoned to Morehead Friday upon the death of his grandfather J G Whitt Deceased was quite a prominent citizen of Rowan county and was president of the Moreheud Bunk Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go an strikes they quickly settlle the trouble and the purifying work gees rigth on Best cure for con stipation headache and dizziness 25c at SwunnDay Lumber Cos store No danger of over production of farm produce At the rate our babies are being born aid with a million foreigners landing on our shores every year there will be mouths enough to take it nIl A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ProtrllIihgto refund money if PAZO OINT MENT fails to euro in G to 14 days roe Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys I Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiERsroof PresICapital S ock 200000 Surplus 200 JO We solicit the accounts of indi nd eats firms and corporations 848 FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning 1 TAKE I A And Gentle LaxsUveI i s vI t v3sWd r rf i Its to Your H Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alwny really to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Huts Shoes Fur nishings Groceries lIul d ware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements andetc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods Wo willappreciateyour trade and take n exchange for goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and nil kinds of timber which you muy have to sell Dont forget the place AlE BARNETT SON CLAY CITYKYi WILL REMOVE WITH EASE ALL PARTICLES OF DIRT AN- DGREASE and and to all For and A trial will you Is no soap like It 2 sizes lOc Manufactured by IOWA SOAP COMPANY Burlington Iowa Tile Great Indian Herb Tea CALOqUINE up a liver and removes all and restores lost ap petite and complexion cures all of tho liver and bowelspurifies the blood SOLD UNDER A POSITIVE GUARANTEE If taken to It will put you on livingItsetc Price 50 Sold by Trees Plants VinesI Our catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Fruits etc is now readyon application We employno Agents but sell to the planter- H F Hil eivmeyer LEXINGTON KY If of us ever tnadenls the world would bo too stu perfect to liveinnv L Y kA f waaa leave the skin soft white Superior other soaps The Laborers Farmers Painters Printers Plumbers Miners all Railroad Men convince there other Scand Tones sluggish rundown system impurities secretions youthful diseases kidneys according directions cents general Shrubs Grape Small direct Sois none takes pidly Friend Mechanics IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSIAnyone sending a ltetrb and deterptlon ataf- eiulcklf ucertaln our opinion tree whether ann InTention le probably otnmunlcn Ddent NANDBOO oo Patent eecuhnarpatenuratenti notlu without charge lathe Scientific flmericatt A handaomelr Illuitrafml weeklr Ijirccst rireolation of any icionUUc Journal Terms a3 ayear t four rnontbi f1 Bold bl all newtdoalera YorkBran z P Kimbrell Eld Albert EaR er of Powells Valley was here last Monday Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth of CM Creek and near Roslyn sta tion on L E Ry About 225 a ere in entire boundary 180 acres of bottom land under ood fence subdivided into 8 or 10 Tot or fields nil in high state of cultivation and nil in gn s wellrested and ready to make money on There is tSOO to 81000 worth of virtually uncall ed timber on the boundary Plen tv of fruit good barn nearly new capable of housing uO to GOhead of block two good never failing wells of water Plenty of stock water Red River running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs c Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove to rebuild in tmile from railroad station mill pot office school and church Pi ice for the entire boundary seven thousand dollais which is less than 155 per acre for the land in culti vion Land all around it sells for 16j to SO per acre Better than Llufgn s3 land for you cant weal it out and its products bring more than in the Bluetjinss Best neigh hors in the Slate Easy terms of payment You cant beat it Vie to R C Mansfield Son- Winchestr Ky air Happy Home To have a happy Home you should have children They are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to beat healthy children with little pain or discomfort yourselfby taking I OFCARDUI A Tonic for Women 4 ItwiU ease all your pain reduce Uflamnation cure leucorrhea I whites falling womb ovarian trouble menses back ache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try It At all dealers in medicines In 100 bottlesIDUE TO CARDUI- Is my baby girl now two weeks old writes MrsJ Priest of Webster City Iowa She Is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely I am still taking Cardul and would not be without it in the house PROFESSIONAL CARDS 0Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist I CLAY CITY KENTUCKY ctittlaurmaoybeluunynd s Irighgradapork known to modern Uen1say I R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY t B LlTTLEPAOE M D 1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON jt CLAY OITV KY i B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONS CLAY CITY KY grindlog Neal guaranteed to be first class IJring our turn and give me a trial G W Andersen Clay City Ky r Joseph Cottman of Log Lick was here last Tuesday on busi ness J M Sons and son Everett of Eourbon county passed here last week on their WilY to the moun tains to buy sheep Mrs Eliza Stone bought of James D Cottman two shotes that averages about 00 pounds u cents per pound Joeph Tuttle and James Rich uLoii have sold their grist mill at Sams to John W Wood and Green Berryman for 200 00 Kev Gardner held services here last Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday night and tit Dry Ridge school house Sun day afternoon tee Snow Creek Farmers are very busy here gathering corn Walter Lowry lost a valuable horse last week Rev Brown of Lexington will preach at Log Lick Thanksgiv ingT J and H H Vivion were at Ruckerville last week on bus inessJack Parker purchased of Bud Berryman a nice mule Price un knownJ Vivion and wife of Kiddville visited friends here SundayW Heflin who moved to Clark county last week is here on business Thos Wood who fell from a loaded wagon some time ago is improving nicely Rev Frank Wright preached his last sermon at Log Lick Sun day for this year On account of the bad weather and high water he will not attempt to preach tillS winter Bro Wright has been faithful and performed his duties as pastor with much inter est We regret very much that he can not be with us longer OUR BIG CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly farm 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 oldsubscriber who pays us OOc This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month in to 50000 southern homes and the regular price is 50 cents a 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 farmer can understand All departments of farm life are covered including delightful home and childrens pages Sample copies at this office A man who is suspicious of ev erybody is pretty sure to be crooked in his own heart al though he may be too cowardly to take a chance Stray Steer There came to my place about three weeks ago a pale red steer weighing about 050 pounds in medium condition Owner will please prove the property pay charges and get the aniiuul J H Dawson Spout Spring Ky 1i4s1 2 a a r- r The whites kicked like bay steers because they hud to servo on reception committees with negroes for VicePresident Fair banks tour through Oklahoma and the Indian Territory but they had to take their medicine or loose the negro vote At Mus kogee which town has the dis tinction 2 of being over half negroes the white men who were appointed to receive the Vice President failed to show up and the gentlemen on the plat form were composed entirely of negroes Gainesville Messenger Farm For Rent Good Farm of 00 acres 4 miles south of Clay City all lit grass Furnishes excellent grazing any year for 25 cattle this year it has run 40 head Good dwellingand all necessary out buildings includ ing barn and cribs Will take part of the rent in work If desir ed willrent an additional tract of 10 acres just across the road to go in corn and peas A snap for some one Will lent for all money or part money and u 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 SO 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 room Bathroom China closet Attic and Cellar Lot 55 x 150 ft MARIA BEAN Farm ForSale- 107acres3mileefrInjSla iiy ou Mt Sterling 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 bear The orchard is on a north hillside and rarely fails to bear fruit Good dwelling four neverfailing springs land suitable for grass and yields 8 and 10 barrels 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 Clay City Kv II ONLY 5400 Farm 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 anti nil necessary barns cribs and other out buildings Young apple and peach orchard of 500 trees Will sellor rent on reasonable terms For par ticulars call on or address G W McIntosh Cloy City Ky Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime G5 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay CityKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNow FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS Surest Quickest for au LUNG TBOUB t or MONEY BACK THC and OLDS GEUlllAIIJ Price COcSIOO Fret Trial and Cure THROAT and LBS REVIVORESTORES VITALm Made Well Man of Me C71IEPWIIftnoW 1r ith bOTereQKaln30dara Ilacti- Bowtrfnlly and quickly Cnrea whan allothers CtlL zooDcminwlllnsala their lad manhood and old men wUl recover their yonthtol visor by tutu BETITO HcnlcklrandiorelrrsstoreiNeiTono BSSS Lost Vitality Impotency Withlly Bmlsuoas Lost Power Fslllni Memory waitln Distant sad all streets of seUabnsa or nests and Inattention which utlte ODe lor studrbuslntss or eot only cure by startlnc at ths seat of dusubut laspat acnetent and blood bndr IIrtq lug back the plait glow to p3 ehbandrrStoring the tie of youth J wards off rnraa1ly add Conseapuoa Insist on bnlcg EETIVOe cthw It can ba earrlsd in vast pocket By mall 5OOwltbpailMvIl1o oney Book andadrletree 44 auaaJ4NCJUa gu ar ar Sale In Oluv City Ky By B Littlepage Son BAKERWIND ENGINESi sImpledurabloenclosed and free from dust and weather A coMrollcd stationary steel spindle on which all our wheels revolv requiring No Babbitting IS A FEATURE n sails without rivets or bolts and tho use of 48 sails in wheel IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving tho actuat gu FEATUREIA IT SAVESI MANY DOLLARS lbe gT tout 1D for neq JIUIDrlda or poorwho taksi pride la poraoml appecraaco t Till Economy Troisirt Prtssir oh quickttllUlDc No botherno trouble Praises teoseriiowelt iete ofennthewell dressed mascosting nothing bll cNga 1 freeLShoeI IITebLuatWelromo QunineTaisa t 1 IThe The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting HosePipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Rheumatic Sufferers So many wonderful cures of Rhenmatlm have resulted from us- ingWARDS Rheumatic and Liver Pillsthat you should know or thu neat medicine edle but give this a thorough trial Thousand ginn up by physicians and as h have been relined and cored Now Is the tlJDe to ba cured today andcommencee I Price BOo I Your drnrgiit tells I wards BhenmaUo and I Liver PIUs Ithe wont supply you accept no intMtltnte but send us 60 cents and weI minuet a yon s bottle prepaid On the I for thirtyfive yean I I TIE PRINCE MEDICINE COMPANY 122 Naapsblre St Caafcridgi Hut I I Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 71906 KABTBOCND No2 No4 Dui ex Sun Daily Stations P in A SU- Lv Lexington 325 735 c WTichoster 310 812 LcEJunctfon 321 824 c Olny City 400 000 j Stanton 410 003 Campton June 440 081 1 Natural Bridge 4145 MO i Torrent 457 953 BeattyviileJuno 518 1014 1 O K Junct 605 1110 Ar Jackson 010 1116 r WESTBOUND No3 No 1 I Daily Dai ex Sun Stations P M A m Lv Jackson225 010 O K Junct 2 806 16 BeattyvilleJuno 320 7 07 Torrent 842 730 Natural Bridge 835 74 Campton June 367 76 Stanton 425 Rll Clay Oltv43482GI-e Junction 603 858 1 Winchester 620 010 Ar Lexington 005 065 CONNECTIONS L tt E Junction Trains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with 0 O for Ml Sterling Cnmpton Junction AH trains con nect with the Mountain Central for Pino Ridge and Canjpton- Beattyvillo i Junction Truins Nos 33 and 4 connect with the L A Uallway for Beattyville O K Junction Trains Nosn and 4 connect with time O K for local sttatlons on the O Railwayccn Ir To Cure a Cold in One Day youhave medicine LE T1N on every boss asp