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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t ar ret Y of t w or i r- dYn JrIIE CLAY CITY TIMES1 I I J 2 d t r a0 Cents a Yearin A kanc a We art fieri jd help clay City the SurroonJiog Country and Ourselves + d E Burgher Publisher il Vt U XL CLAP CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1906 NO 40 I Business MakingPrices Just received a beautiful line of r Fell and Winter goods i4 Plaid ginghamsiOo yd Wool plnidsu26c to 45c I All wool goods in plain and a fancy 50c to 75c I Sicilians all colors white an- dblack45o to f1 25 II 40 inch unbleached cotton 9c Pepperell bleached 104 sheeting 28c 1 Pepperell unbleached 10- 4aheeting2Gc A good line of Hosiery Uuderwear Handkerchiefs 6c at prices to suit Shoes at greatly Reduced Prices t Lenox Soap 3 cakes lOc poundft f J Best and Cheapest Line of Granite Ware Just opened J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices iSiish 11 urhig fIBlinds H l kfnhdaB PIckets arid Sic ti TStbre How It Will Help Clay Ciiy- A cunning factory in Clay Oity from 75 to 125 pco ple tidy and pay them from four to five thousand dollars evey summer for peeling tomatoes and handling fruit at the factory It will turn out an average of one hundred and thousand dollars worth of canned goods annually It is the only factory to which we can furnish both labor and raw material It will pay out to our own people n million and quarter of dollars every ten years for labor tables and profits on It will increase the of the town and raise the price of town lands With little effort we can sea cure the best industry it is possi ble for us to get And besides a canning factory is on A No1 paying investment Will the people of Clay City let this rare to build uptheir town pasjs by2 Let us all pull together for greater Clay City dun for Sale 1 single barrel mn good as new Wil be sold cheap Call at TiMKs I office Winter sjtt= i Suitsno ercoatsY We For Men and Boys Just to suit your taste style Let us show you what we have before you de dde to not buy here cloaks and Wras FOr Ladies Misssand the Children Large stock in cor rect styles and finish Give us a look and you will buy if you are looking for nice nwrpwnwuonn Mwwwronhrw Mwnuwwww www4wwwwrwwwti SHIMFESSELS Stole 1 Jr NGB MFG- Winchester ot IMi ij Ky I r Mapufacturc fetors i Ceiling Weatherboarding j v j v i t Shingles Fronts wilLemploy seventyfive a investmentI population opportunity O We Have Them andpocketbook something Department RJbbl Qfairway We ore FJeadquortera far Building Paper v Felt Roofing itFJintoid Roofiing sand Etc r ti 7 t r Send us Your estimatesfi w l s lf froinptShfpmentsw Sr H I of Y Wi t t f sr k A r r e Ji i W 1 Z T4 t 4 r J H x j I t A t 1 70 tis v Increased Railroad Assessment The State Railroad Commis- r3iouin session at Frankfort has fixed the total valuation of the tangible property of the railroad corporations operating in Kentucky for the purpose of assess ment and axation for 1000 at 0800208 00 an increase of 278820030 over last year The total nii e in the State is given as 844502 miles an increase of 7178 mites over lust year The mileage of the Lexington R Eastern remains 0254 The assessment is fixed 77082000 an incroaseof but 500 00 ovc last year i Another Factory ClayCity A gentleman by the name oJ Wilcox and a son spoke men o2 cityIoking at plant of the Mutual Handle Co the same ahdconverting it into a spoke factory They propose to manu facture all kinds of hickoy spokes and all kin n f heavy oak wagon spokes too This firm is said to have ample fthallcial backing and is very anxious to locate their business in fjlfiy City herosonattending the Kentucky Wesleyan College1at Winchester Mon day io G DCooki one of Vcrdens iSV 1 1 = mated this city to get the advan tage of our most excellent grad ed school Patrick Henry who is attend Jug Kentucky State College at Lexington came home to spend Thanksgiving Dr A L Blair and E M Whitt of Morehead are guests of relatives in the city The bank and postoflico will be closed today on the account of Thanksgiving a legal holiday Mrs Geo E Whitt of More head is the guestof her son Cashier Whitt Miss Grace Shimfessel is vis iting friends in Winchester George Littlepago of Winchester and Miss Ouida Little page of Lexington who are at tending schools at these places are spending Thanksgiving with home folks Occasionally one will hear the remark I wish I was out of this town and then one feels like saying I wish you were for a man who stands on the street corners chewing and spitting telling obscene stories cursing the town finding fault with his grandmother because she was a woman claiming that the mer chants are a opt of thieves that the lawVmsapdnewspllpermon would skin a man to a finish and a whole lot more is a nui sance and an abomination Any town pestered with one or more justifiedinon the bosom of their pants No one is obliged to live where he is not suited If one hasnt an encouraging word for the business enterprise d institutions of his y f 2 y r r- k eo y j If you are going to buy a New Hat you dont want to pass by our Collection of Superband Sfylisi- MILUNERY sold at figures to astonish you for their low prices- If its becoming and Stylish it came from our store New and Complete line of Ladies Misses j Ghil drens Hose Our Dress Making is uptodate The charges are right and so is the fit which we guarantee We have just added a new stock of Celebrated Genuine SINGER Sewing Machinesp- arts for Machines Needles Se oil Mrs W N Bush ESTABLISHED 1800II U0 it tMLM Clay City Kentucky CAPITAL 50000 00 SURPLUS FUND 80300 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 individualsl solicited Guar anteeing prompt and liberal treatment We pay 3 interest on deposits in our SAVINGS DEPART IENTcompoundedBemiannually Accounts may be started with as small amounts as One Dollar OFFICKIIS 11 II COURTNEY President CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WHITT Cashier town ho would shut up and go way back and sit down If things dont suit you move to where they will A growler and sorehead in a town is an enterprise killer every time It would pay a town to donate him 5 and tell him tomove Why is it that nearly everybody who attends church likes to sit in the end of a seat and hold on to it like grim death and every person who gets a berth in that pew must stumble over them Well we confess we do that sort of a thing It is to get out quick ly in case of fire We want to be in position to make a quick getaway Virden Willie Curtis is on the puny list at this writing T B Ware was in Lexington last week on business Uncle Press Evermnn was fn Clay Oity Tuesdyon bushiesa to t 1 d F t C i v DinECTous M II COURTNEY CHARLES SCOTT- J F COX- J D ATKINSON A T WHITT Sol Stanhop bought 75 shocks of fodder of G D Cook at 7 cts per shock Uncle Jas Fisher left Monday for several days visit to Con nersville Ind 0 0 Curtis attended the Farmers Institute at Suauton last Thursday Misses Belle and Lillio Ware visited their sister Mrs Nannie Hughes at Xiddvillo last week 00 demons moved Tuesday into the house vacated by G D Cook We are glad to say if we loose one good neighbor there is another one to take his place So we wish both men success e- e y G D Cook moved to Clay Oity Tuesday We hate to give Mr Oook up as ho has been here for some time and he and his f nw fine neighbors but wish them success in their new s home Wo can recommend Mr Oook to the people of Olay City as an honest and goodcitizen i if r 4 4 SPOUT SPRING Tommy Christopher was calling on Olark county lady friends this week Shelt McKinney visited rein tives near Kuckorilorroyi Sate urday till Tuesday Elder George W McIntosh will preach at the Baptist church here Saturday and Sunday We hope to see a good crowd out on 4 both dayseJasper Todd has sold twenty barrels of corn in the field to Ourt Bowman at two dollars per barrel and takes it as it comes Mi EtlwpYil JLTiKobh and Miss Mary PUrl is hock of near this place were married at the home of the brides father Veni son Burris Thursday afternoon November 22 Elder B Frank Wright officiating The writer wishes them a long and happy married life Some Advantages of a Canning Fac tory to Clay City FirstIt gives a home market and a cash price for our fruit and I vegetables l SecondKeeps our money at l home which is now sent abroad to buy canned goods ThirdIt makes our community a producer instead of a consumer FourthIt diversifies our farm ing industry FifthIt employs home labor Sixth Properly managed it pays a good interest on the investment Seventh It increases the real and rental value of our landand city property EighthBy giving our boys and girls work it teaches them thrift andeconomy thereby they become good citizens and assist in building up the community in which they t 1 I dtaTnrlcletis it i t ich8o lwrinduetryiwill ni follow Tenthf ttriakesi ourcommurhity a largely selfBustainlng Eleventh ttsaves and consumes thousands pf dollars wortlt of fruit and vegetables that now go to waste Twelfth A worthy laudable en terprise employing many needy and deserving also putting much cash into circulation jenables our mer chants to sell their goods for cash o JThere is more Catarrh in this j section of the couutry than all other diseases puHogether and until the laetfewyears was supposed to be jacurabte For a great many years dobtoraipronouneed it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment prouounc ed it incurable Science has prov qn catarrh to be u constitutional disease and therefore requires con stitutional treatment Malls Car Jarrh Cure manufactured by FJ Cheney is Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon r ful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system 1rlleyoffer one hundred dollars for any case it fails 16 cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO TeleSo U- Soldy Arugglsts7oc j 1 + QTakeHslls FmilT Pills for con stipation Ono man padkilled and another wounded in a shooting Affray inLetcerCpviinty iLSubscriptions fcken at this of flee foriauypaperrpubli8hedat a less rate than price 4 I syi Iht 11 i THE TIMES rrUUMSIIEt EVBHY THUrSDVt J B Uu herPublisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in a vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matters Thursday Nov 29 190J5 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CoutierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 73 U Home and Farm 7 IThanksgiving- The last Thursday inNovember is the day set apart by this great country of ours these grand i ml glorious United States for Thanksgiving day a day wherein every man woman and child Mould bow their heads in prayer tu our Maker for the multitude o2 blessings which He has seen Jt to bestow upon each and every one of us though wicked and sinful we might have been all of our lives He hasbeen good to the sinners as wall as to the saint he Ills caused the rain to fall npon the unjust as Well as the lust and yet how far we fall bliort of our duty to our Maker A great many people certainly misconstrue the object and pur poses of Thanksgiving day There are some who with gun and dog take to the fields to shoot the in nocent and unsuspecting quailor dove ninny others for any kind of sport fun or frolic ar1 mu e e tbing1butthejr ll purpose for vliich thlsday was intended jomofow have a different yeiw md these willfeniain at home and talk and discuss their neighbors theirfnults an habits not for a moment do they speak of the traits of these friends and- neighborsbut gossiping and tat lei1g seem tobe the ruling en joymeht of the day Then there is a class who well know the bb jectand purpose of Thansgiving day and this class though injall yes very small will respect this good day and spend it as the day should be All of the good people should meet at the holy sanctuary and there lift lptheir Voices in prayer to their Master for the ninny blessings arid comforts showered them and theirs This class bf people are few and far between yet the good Lord will hear arid answer these prayers My dear young man stop and reflect eer tRiidgoodiand as itwas intended to be a dayl of prayer and ttiankBgiylng to our good Master for His good ness kindness to us through all of our lives Astheday rollsa round we bft times Tofleofc wljenl we see the youth qfUhe country preparing for wicked and sinful sport that he intends to participate in how greatly the mean ing of this good day is misconstrued Turn over a new leaf young man in lifes history and vow to do so no more but instead assemble with those who do know find who will always be I found doing the right things at your churchand there in hum ble submission to His willj offer up to your godMaster a prayer forHis blessings- VDonqtidesecrate this good day If ft = in the vickelTuid sinful avtithat yo lae been doing in the past hold this Thanksgiving ua a holy day the Same Over Here Didyou over see bo5S at school divide by choosing tip and talc fug pRposteends of a Ipng rope set to with a will toy see which sidocouldioutPU l the other What a hdavirigj panting grit tin of teethand the oazfiforafirmerfootholdsWhat yndyhlthink theiri deadly enemies Not at alb Let some other school challenge them to n pulling match and yens would findall the Lto antagonists on the same end primarybelongs from today forward we face the 1lckianIJIf the manwho toils fourteen hours a day wears overalls and checkered shirt and his wife wears a poor quality Of calico how does it happen that the fel low who never works at all wears broadcloth and his wife wears coal skin The Rev Irl R Hicks 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 Tor 1907 This Almanac bynewsdeJerscents by AVonn AND WORKS Pun 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Offer Dont buys cbup pipoo macA the WILUAMS 1WMP00 JhdIsii pIe t hid s- r Fthd o You are Cordially Invited fo call and look over our splendid lines in Dress Goods MILLINERYOloaks Uuderwear NotionsFurnishings ctIM- rs i J W Williams i j fd r r f t ffl T e 7f t StW ev Ke y The Lightest Light Rolls v rjiJ And Flakiest Biscuitari tf Are 31ado VIica iou UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour 4l tTake No Other Every Sack Guaranteed I i MANUFACTURED BY JA CAIN VERSAILLES KY LI Sold by our Leading Merchant Ct INSURE WITH I P A LYON SONto The Loading Inmurnnoo A cn1 Nrof JEusteriv Kentu lcJ Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line l 3POLKADOTCANS MunAYo HONE I1Ilfr11 1au1 M loTIIIf= IMirt = aueoo =tG Asm3lInewmoneIq peiot adde geeda die value end bes y of your Propl1J and nWttt I goode matnL I good llehbOlbood Good I of the bi medmemt But Mhtkyvu pualxbwjl oetyrP HKaWr BFPw Thee e nelnd I1ublereaonrerarreeonenryboaeatpueurwillukeo + rleder- t Tin Oil it Vie Lift efPtut nut way w IIi to oad she deslei s barrel not 1roa tbt nod ed sae The sot Is nedy rhNph IiAlCccI oil plloD loraIJo n KINLOCH rAIlfT sad ws retgtayed lu pee Ingrood rtuon w tone I aBe Littlepage Son CLAY CITY KY =Iy tlE TIMES I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY hh NOV 29 1000 V LOCAL BREVITIES We have a sharp touch of winter weather this week Several from here attended court at Winchester Monday Dont forget to be careful with that Run today Thanksgiving Nice line of box candies lit Littlepages Everything fancy Cashier A T Whitt made a business trip to Lexington Tuesday rJasG Rogers of Pine Ridge was in the city the last of the week WN Bush of Lexington spent from Saturday till Monday with home folks Anderson of near Mt t Sterling is visiting his brother i Geo W Anderson t j7 t v 0 Shimfessel has an ad in this bIy- i clothesL6 The AtkinsonBlackburn dam 4 age suit was compromised lust k without going into trial Two Thunksgiving weddings to report today These people sure f a ly have just reasons for being thankful t dc John T Welch a Powell coun I e rty son has moved froth Bourne rfir Ore to 470 Harrison St San p t Francisco Cali c CplThbrnton Lexington JPs o w rtiyesrtsrakyttitaictftet r the game to kill which has 6t- latebecome slim around Clay r UityMissMaud Phillips and Mr Win Moore both of this city will be married at Stanton to- dayProf 0 W Oampbdll offi ciating Cap T Shelby Dr B Little page and Bascomb Walters are the champion Hunters They LIwere out about two days and 75 birds and 10 or 15 tab bitsrThe Olay Oity Spoke Company 4 has had somanv rush orders for l spokes that of late they have been compoljed torun their ma I chinery at night to fill those or r ders In refarrinethe supper tube given by the Ladies Home Mission Society Saturday night Dec 1st we spoke of an ice cream supper when we should have said oyster supper Connie McClure formerly of this city has accepted position Avltjv a large lumber company at Cairo 111 His many Clay Oity friends wish for JMr McClure un i bounded success wherever he u i t maylocate L IEdward Rose and family who yi moved from hero to Tishomingo Jnd Tor last Spring has re turned to old Powell He and g Ails family failed to retain their t health jn the new country and was compelled to leave Ir i Ce5t TO CURE A COLD IN LONE DAY tth ilt iiike KAXATIVE BBOMO QUI a i 4 i 4 njbe Tablets DruggiaU refund mon uyif U fails to cureWY f GROVE uiguaturtj is un tech box t Y2 i a- y JI 1ii rI r i 1 7 t 1rit i t 3 Ji j i i Miss Blla Roberts of this city and Mr Thomas Roundtree of West Bend will be married at the residence of the brides fa ther W S Roberts in this city this afternoon A number of friends are invited and will be present John Rooney a prisoner in the Beattyville jail stabbed and and killedalmost instantly Charles Boyd a negro prisoner during a light over a game of cards The negro was confined under sentence of five years in the penitentiary for criminal as sault Had a Close Call- A1 I 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 SalvesaysAC Stickel of Mile tus W Va Persistent use of the Salve completely cured il Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 250 at SwannDay Lumber COB store Canning Factory at Stanton E W Henry the canning fac tory man who was here last week trying to sell a plant went over to Stanton and readily suc ceeded in selling a factory The plant there as we understand itj will cost 0000 00 and there has been 7000 00 subscribed in stock The company is compos edofstrong financial bucking and will be undoubtedly n suc cess from the beginning A Year cat Blood The year 1913 will long be remembered in the home of FN Tacket of Alliance Ky as a Sear of blood which floweduo copious ly from Mr Tacket lungs that death seemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the cougl r iktr1 httgsnraauIfTgrlt1tbrought door when I began taking lr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption with the astonishing result that after taking four bottles I was completely re stored and as lime has proven per manently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at SwannDay Lumber COB store Price 50c and X100 Trial bottle free Dress Making Misses Kate Hutchinson and Alfa Mnuppin are prepared to do all kinds of dress making Located in the Red River Hotel George Athy a barber at Campton went to bed leaving a natural gas heating stove burn ing in the room The gas set the building on fire and Athy was a bout to be burned when passersby rescued him Made Happy for Life Great happiness came into the homeS C Blair school superintend entat St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint be names He saY8II My little daugh ter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grow steailYlvprse until as u last resort wfi trletiiectrio Brtters and Ito joke to feuyj three bottles effected a Complete cure Qnick sure cnro foj nervous complaints general de bility female weaknesses impover fished blood and malaria Guaraij tegdby Stvonn Day Lumber Cole BtdrS Price 5Qtf New Watchmaker P Mnuppin Watoh and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention HO all workand aatl8facliorirguaraliteed e d i- a lq 4 5 h4 c II nN YOUR 1 TRIPIn I yootaonotobulnetbtpdlrec4 AskroerdeandInsistonoor ire aUnpon receipt atalos trke I 1111Irlled Our ittnctirt thnxxolor Aluminum lltnitrvfll sent anywhere for lo cents la lumps I 3 STEVENS ASMS rono AND 4094 TOOL beI CWcopoe FAIL Mui U S A There are too many men who expect an editor to slave in de fense of their pet notions and hobbies advocate their views against the strongest opposition and then coolly withohold the business support by which alone a small newspaper can live Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go Dn strikes they quickly settlle the trouble and the purifyingwork gas rigth on Best cure for constipation headache and dizziness 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store The Pennsylvania Railroad has issued orders that hereafter no tickets must be sold to drunken persons and that intoxicated persons must not be permitted on trains A GUARANTEED CURE FOR FILES Itching BlindBleeding Prdlruil ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZQQtN P MENT fails tocure in 6 to 14 days oOo Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR Clay City Ky THE Winchester Bank IKCORPOCATBD N H WiTijEnspooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of indi vid U JH firms and corpuraiuing Q 4e FEELING LIVERISH This MorningTAKE IAndt r to Its to Your- Interest 4 To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and taken 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 yqu may have to sell Dont forget the place AlE1 BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY WILL REMOVE WITI ElSE ILL PARTICLES OF DIRT the Laborers Friend Mechanics Farmers Painters Plumbers Miners and Railroad 1 A trial wlllconvlnceyou Is no It 2 5cand lOc Manufactured by IOWA SOAP COMPANY Burlington Iowa The Great Indian Herb Tea CALOQUINE up a sluggish and rundown system all impurities and secretions restores lost ap and youthful complexion cures all diseases of kidneys liver and bowelspurifies the blood SOLD UNDER I POSITIVE GUARANTEE If taken according to directions It will put you on livingItsetc 50 Sold by Trees PlantsI Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhu Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter H FHil Brvmeyer Sons LSXUTOJOff T Frank Collector of In ternal Revenue at Owensboro Repuhlican fall fJ 1 4 yt 1 AN- DCREASE and leave skin soft and white Superior to all other soaps The For Printers all Men there other soap like sizes Tones liver removes petite Price cents barb BYE next 1EXPERIENCE 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS CaP RIONT ieAnyone tending a tkweh and mar qnleklr certain our opinion tree whether an InnnU Communlea Cons trletiroonadraUairHAl ANB800KonPatsuta- Sent free eldest ocf for lecnzIJIIr uta eo recetwe- I putainoUuwltbontottarsetntbe Scieirtific flmerkanweeklp rarreat Iro AbaD4eomEfe48oldbrallnewadealett- l IIIII wtJNew ynrk mace etWublQtoa 0- x tx Kimbrell 1ThomnsOlem bought of T T a sow and six pigs for 10 00 W G Patrick attended the temperance lecture at Irvine last Monday night Rev Henry Gardner filled his I appointment at Kimbrells Chap Farm for Sale Lying on Red River at the mouth of Cat Creek and near Rosslyn sta tion on L E Ry About 225 acres in entire boundary 130 acres bf bottom land under good fence subdivided into 8 or 10 lots or fields ill in high state of cultivation and all in grass well rested and ready to make money on There Is fSOO to 81000 worth of virtually uncull ed Umber on the boundary Plenty of fruit good barn nearly new Capable of housing 50 to COhcad of stock two good never failing wells of wuter Plenty of stock water Red Piver running on one side and Cat Creek through the middle Meat house hen house cribs itc Dwelling burned but a beautiful locust and walnut grove fo rebuild in t mile from railroad station mill post office school and church Price for the entire boundary seven thousand dollars which is less than 855 per acre for the land in culti vation Land all around it sells for 865 to SSO per acre Better than Bluegrass land for you cant wear it out and its products bring more than in the Bluegrass Best neigh burs in the State Easy terms of payment You cant beat it Write to RC Mansfield Son- Winchester Ky r Bile Poisonbas a very bad effect on your 591temtam 1rug1 1 l taYGuribIaU Its fearfutiUs Bedfords Black Draught Is a bland tonic liver regulator and blood purifier- It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever jaundice nervousness Irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It Is not a cathr tic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without irritating trice 25c at all Druggists PKOI1E68IONAL CARDS 11 Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Central H ta Am where an experienced HractlUoaer may be foun day and repared to execute all klndso- hlghgrad work known to modern Dentistry I R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY f B LITTLEPAOE D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON OLY OITV KY a T VJBBSMITH MD PHY8101ANAND- SUROEONiCLAYCITY f KY 1 t I v u y n t p dat Dry Ridge last Sun l r Newt Orsborno nnd S A Grow of Pilot View were herE this week buying turkeys and paying 11 cents per pound Jeff rsonllille Mrs G B Martin pent Fri day with Miss Bracken Martin Mrp Pinkie Wilson anddaugh ter spent Sunday with Mrs Tom Richardson Will Martin and wife are the proud parents of twin boys which were born Nov 14th Shug Townsend of Lee county spent from Sunday till Thursday with G B Martin and attended Mt Sterling court Dudley Martin and family ex pectsto leave Old Kentucky December 10th for Missouri to make that state their future home Mrs Bracken Martin and little ones are visiting her sister Mrs Nannie Smith on Sand moun tain a few days this week Mrs P Welch sold to G B Martin one hundred and forty dollars worth of turkeys and sav ed six for some of her neighbors Who can beat this Dont all answer at once Levee Turkeys sold hero last tintur day nt 121 cents per pound on foot Quite a number of people from here visited Mt Sterling court MondayJ i Myers visited the family of G H Prather from Friday till Monday 11 O Wilson bought two sx hundred pound steers at 2iQj i i i ltl t U IUi tfl4 Miss Afattio Prather is taking mU8icllessons under MrsMur shall Myers of Camargq Elder Alonzo Willoughby held meeting at Gun Grove Saturday night and Sunday of last week Mrs Eliza Hainlirte who mov ed toKnoxville Tenn last week is not satisfied with her location We have a free rural delivery route hero now that is so handy which is being carried by B 0 WilloughbyThe Grove school is pro gressing nicely with a good at tendance under the instruction of Prof J 11 Myers J II Hackney of this neigh borhood lead an eight inch well drilled and obtained plenty of water at thirty one feet r t Randall Stokley of Mt Ster ling visited the family of A 0 Perry at this place a few days and spent the time hunting M 0 Wilson attended Mt Sterling court with some cattle and reported sales very good with some three thousand cattle on the market Nothing in sight could possibly tid in the upbuildingof Olay Oity like a canning factory Let us go rq kork and get it It is in our reachIAm prepared to do custom grind nevcr day during the week steal guaranteed to be first class ring your turn and give me a trial G W Anderson Clay City Ky Dr Bertram with Dentist now at Stanton lie will be in he Atkinson brick building near heCpurUHoueeuntil his new of Icojs dpne Special appointments with Clay tityJPt lk bymail Writer N 4 fir Q Ityon stiffer wo will lend Ton foe a trial course of Jutlno Tabs and lied Ilot Salre I which RHEUMATISM speedily cure every curable cue or f without deranrtng the heart or Mamach Uheumatlo Complaints of every kind are orflttDallnfammauoa or the Dladder OOngeatioa or BeDllt1oDIDackacheall the above are interwoven with Rheum atisra In various forms such as Gout Lum bago Neuralgia and Sciatica Try a 50C nt Box of JUTIHE TABS FREETo the first Inquiry In you vicinity Dy this we do not mean two or three days eamplewe mean what we say that wo wilt send yD without cost by mall FULL- THRATllENTJuat as If you paid for Ityou send at once yro take giltwriteHARRIS MEDICINE CO Cernlng a lewi Stray Steer There came to iny place about three weeks ago u palo red steer weighing nbout 650 pounds in medium condition Owner will please prove the property pay charges and get the animal J H Dawson Spout Spring Ky 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 from 50c to 85 per doz Sly heilth only reason for selling Call on 01 write J W Henry Clav City Ky Farm For Sale 107 acres 3 miles from Clay City on lIt Steiling road The place hasOn it GoO apple and 500 peach f 0rrite Jgrape and oth rfruite ullnotq begtrinitgtti hear The orchard is on a ncJrMi hillside and faifi tri bear fruit Good dwelling four neverfailing springs land suitable for grass and yields 8 and 10 bar role of corn per acre On this farm is located the noted Black Creek Lime Works with plenty of material stud fuel on the farm Will be sold on reasonable terms Apply to R S NOEL Clay City Kv ONLY 400 Farm For Sale 8t8 acres on CitllowayiB Cree four miles from IrvirVe Estill i oun ty 100a dre + 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 600 trees Will sell or rent on reasonable terms For par ticular call on or address G W McIntosh Clay City I Ky Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any qnnrin ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sellat the kilns 0 20 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay CityI KILLTHB COUGH IAND CURE THE LUNGS gSIII FOR cONSUMPTION Mca Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for allI THROAT and LUNG TaOUU LES or MONEY BACK J THE olopopW nI Woo anar1 EOcSICO REVIVO RESTORES VITALITt MacleaWell of Me oaOradsceitbe bvoreasltfaBOdaysItself t ouleUr Cure when aU otben oungmeawt8replo their toes msnhoodandold men will recover tholr youthful vigor bY uslu- g6Rvlv0Iteutcklyedeurelyteetore1NerTooc DeN LoU Vitality Impotency Hlghtly Eralnioas Lett Power Filling Memory VTattini DlKU Land til efftcta ot lf4boM or eueeuud Indiscretion whlebnnnUQnaforBtudytnulnenortnarriue II not only cures by itartlnt attbe teat of leIO but U IBnat aerrotool and blood bnllder brineI lag back the pink low to Mile cheeks andre ttorlnr the fire of youth It wsrda oft Insinltj eCar It nbecarrrrieedtIn vest ppoocke t- VyOtmal miao wr ctekixe or Us tot 5OO with JIOII Mnwritten urantee to eve or ntoad AddreyIOYAIMEDICINBCO e For Sale in Club City Ky By B Littlepage Son BAKER i WIND ENGINES simpledurableenclosed and free from dust and weather A c V IrolIed steel spindlo on which all our wheels revov roil ring No Babbitting IS A F ATLiKlC r r sails without rivets or bolts and the use of 48 eais In shod IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric drivingthonciuat rod 1 JfITUlchilled ball bearing turntable and selfregulating device IS A FEATURE I ling Write for catalogs toan fomrlnelre agent for our line 1nonrTtdnUand secure actmil WoRl ojiuije Inll line ofTuwurTas1Ps pe AU oar good ca 7snththemcurfulla HCtlERAltER CO Napoleon Ohio U 8 A I I1 SAVES MANY DOLLARS IlaogreteIlnveatmeutor ereiy sunrich or poorwho Uke prido In personal The Economy Trousers Presser 8UY quick pleaang No botherno trouble Preseei trouaerll80 wen U to create the envy orOfen the well dress d man coetinlt nothing but a low minutes time No heat11o Iron A tailor would charge twenty CIII Beat on trial ClrmlM frMI live T UROtoWU00 1 Free Street Portland Maim 1 TA Laxative i Bromo QwouneTawt sv es beatsri4 M ptrR UMMailM The lagan Gas i F 1 or Gasoline Engine ya n The Best the Simplest j the moSt r reliable the most Durable ulh Write today for partiiulare 1 We also handle afullHI1Ilf Belting Pipe Fittingsrvand GENERAL j SUPPLIES V Repair Work a Specialtya00 THE HAGAN a Gas Engine Mfg Go- WINCHESTEB KY t ai Rheumatic sufferers I- So many wonderful cures of EhoumiUsin 3 have resulted from using WARDS 11 Rheumatic and Liver Pills that you should know I medicine have tried rlve thti ti medicine a ihorouch I hAVO been lobe 7 I taa Llrer Wl If he Aront npT accept no aubatitoU bet send tn M centa and we i will forward you a bottle prepaid tan the market tor th1rt1ATOyem j 122 Hampshire St CanlrWfi Iftss Ry Effective ro71 1906 EAST=soUltn No2 No4- Dnl Stations If in A 225 73 AVnchester 810 813 II L1EJnnetion 815 820 afny Clty4W 002 11 Stanton 410 010 II Campton Tune J40 089 Natural Bridge 4i45 OH2 Torrent 4W 010 1017 06c K Junct 010 1115 Ar Jackson V015 i20f WESTBOUND No 3 e NOH 1 Dally D beXSm Stations P M A m Lv C HO II OK Junct 2 25 O15 7 O7 4 Torre Natural Bridge 3M i10 ft Campton Juno 867 74 j II 6 815 Olav Oitr435 1 825 P j8 vv L l E Junction Train Ns 1 and b connec with C 0 fOtCto Slur liuu I f Ounptfln junrtlnn eln nest the Alciuutaln Central for Campt n- Beattyvllle r j Junrttrn Trims vas 28 idul 4 comieot Ii I1tl1o Li A- Uullwny i for Beattyvillu i 0 A K Junction frnlils NOtlCjJ and 4 connect Itlt the 0ct K Uyfor local stations on that HnOv j1 Cold in One Day Dongreat ItyoaJphysiciannsandfriends rellevedand- pcrmaponllycured DJ1bolUttodal YonrdrribglelaRena lvandsRheumaUcanda THEPliNGEMEDIGIKEiGWPANr Lexington Eastern oxSIIUDlllly M- LyLextngtdn BeftityvilleJunc518 Jackson22O BenUyvllleJunc320 1tB41 73018tanton4 LEJunction507 01iArLexingionCONNECTIONS 1ICea 11cCrIptlrvsry loreZ3c J 1 J 1