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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l THE CLAY CITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year la Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher I fuhliherIVOL XII rCLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JULY 11 J907 l a Reduction of j r- I Prices I t In order to reduce my stock and make room for Spring Goods I will sell during March my en tire stock at a Great Reduction including IS Shoes Dress Goods S Hosiery S Mens jBoys Hats Trunks Suit Cases FlourISugar Coffee S Dishes S AI Kinds of Best Canned Goods numerousto 5 Come and see the goods and 1 will make the prices right iJ B EATON We Manufacture Sjish Flooring doors Blinds Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Pronto Shooting at Natural Bridge Harrison Fulks was shot at Natural Bridge Thursday by Dock Davis of Breathitt He was shot twice the two bullets entering his face and penetrating the head The wounded man was taken to a Lexington hospital and Davis arrested and put in jail Fulks was assisting a soninlaw at a lunch counter and the trouble is said to have come up over making change Mr Folks married a sister to Mrs Burrel of this city and for a time resided here where he was regarded as a quiet and honorable man T J Wright and family have returned from Butler Mo to reside in the future He also turned in the following amounts on subscription to the Times for the Kentucky folks at Butler P A Wright 190 Thos Bo lin 100 John W Barnett 50 cents Joe Wright 50 cents Wm Curtis of Springfield Colo is visiting relatives and friends in Estill Powell and Clarkcounties Mr Curtis mov ed to Colorado sixteen years ago and has accumulated there a nice living owning seveal hundred acres of land and herds of cattle KEEP COOL Summer now is here and so is the warm weather You need a cool suit to re opressiveJ STYLE FIT and QUALITY And when it comes to price you cant beat that at this store the place to get everything you need at sim ply correct living prices only Come in and Let us Dress You up MW4NII 4NJ41 WNW41N WINIIM44W 41 IN4p1IW WIN4h1 4b414 W MNIIININILNN SHIMFESSELS Department Stoic IEhIANc fi MFG GO t Winchester KYe Ceiling Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Akers We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Send us Your esHnaieSc Prompt Shipments I w l t The Fourth In Clay City The day was an ideal one and early in the morning people began to swarm into the city They came in buggies on horseback in big wagons and on foot Each train unloaded several hundred until the crowd increased by 10 oclock to one of the largest ever seen in Clay City The grounds for celebration were located under the beautiful shade trees juts beyond the grade crossing There were many sources of amusement on the grounds while at intervals the K P Band of North Niddle town employed discoursed the most beautiful music Elders R D Harding of Day ton Ky J D Hunter of Can nel City Ky and the Hon 0 W Barnett of this city were the Junior speakers of the occa sion Every body seemed pleasure bent and it was the quietest crowd overseen in Clay City No whiskey on the grounds and but one arrest and that for drunkenness only which was ef fected out of town Every body peaceable and quiet This shows what people can do when they will and it seems to occur but in a local option town All praise to the Juniors who are responsi ble for the whole affair Drowned In Red River While bathing in Red River with some boy friends Thursday last Gus Burris got into too deep water and being unable to swim was drowned The boys had a boat but did not go to him when he called for help think ing he was only jesting When rescued he was past bringing to life again A jury was impaneled and an inquest held presided over by Judge Fletcher A ver dict was brought in accordance with the facts stated above The boy was a son of John Burris of Rosslyn and was thir teen years old He came to at tend the celebration and was in duced to go into the water by boy friends who would have sav ed his life had they known his real danger To Seek Lost nine Again Michrol ONoal of Parkersburg W Va has been in Lexington for several days purchasing the necessary outfit for the tenth at tempt which he will make to lo cate the lost Swift Silver Minein Eastern Kentucky Ho will be joined later by a party of West Virginians who believe that they have information that will enable them to locate the mine which will bring them a fortune ONeal has been searching for the famous lost mine for eleven years and has grown gray in his efforts to locate it The mine is supposed to be somewhere in Wolfe or Estill county During the last hundred years hundreds of Kentuckians and other fortune seekers have spent years in pros pecting in the rocky hills and thorny shrubbery of Carter Elli ott Knox and Bell counties in their efforts to locate the lost sil ver mine The story is that Swift was driven from Ids moun tain retreat nearly 150 years ago by hostile Indians and returned to his home in North Carolina I Death of Mrs Maggie Wills I atnearlynear Ruckerville of consumption The funeral was held at eleven oclock Friday morning at the family residence services by Rev J R Peeples and the re mains buried in the family grave yard She was a lady of culture and refinement and will be greatly missed by her large circle of friendsWinchester Dem ocrat Mrs Wills was formerly Miss Margaret Groves of this city where she has numerous friends and admirers From this city her mother Mrs Lou Groves and sister Mrs J M Keunon attended the funeral services To Organize yChurch Elder 0 P Bush District Missionary of the Boones Creek Baptist Association is in the city looking after the interests of that denomination An ef rort will be made to organize a church here There are about twenty Baptists in the city and most of these are very enthusi astic over the proposition A protracted meeting will likely be held here some time this fall in hopes that increased interest may be aroused Returns With Bride I Dr B It Smithwho was mar- I ried at his home town in Indiana a short time ago arrived in this city last Wednesday with his handsome young bride They have taken rooms and will board at the Clay City Hotel Dr Smith is a model young man and is one of Clay Citys leading medical practitioners His bride is an accomplished lady of culture and refinement who will be an important acces sion to the social circle of Clay CityThe TIMES join a host of friends andwell wishers in extending congratulations Warm Weather Torrid weather is upon us The thermometer has gone up to 102 in the shade on two different days the past week It was also very dry until Tuesday night when a light shower fell and greatly refreshed vegetation which was beginning to suffer for the want of rain More rain however is badly needed and indications are good for more showers soon The two weeks dry weather has afforded fuain ers an excellent time to work their corn and harvest their wheat 1i m We have on Display p- AN UPTODATE LINE OF Ifl New Stylish Hats I I Now Ready for your Inspection 1- H In our Wash Goods department you will find a beautiful line of j- Ia Linen Waisting and Suiting Chiffonette S Persian Lawn India Linon Nainsook I Dimity Etc Pocketbooks Belts Combs m Collars and Cuffs Violet Talcum Powder Fashionable Dreesmaking in connection I 1 BushL4441H u INSURE VIXII F A LYON SON + The Loading Insurance Agents of Eastern I entILCky 1 Over 200000000 representediEvery one who knows anythingbout insurance know they are leaders in this line i 111 + 1 y 1a J SPOUTT SPRING It Bonny McKiuneyj of llucker ville was hero Saturday Moses McKinney was below on business the first of the week Several from here attended the Fourth of July celebration- at Clay City Thursday Win Curtis who sold out hero sixteen years ago and moved to Springfield Colorado is visitin- elntivesat g this place W J Christopher Jr who has been in Cincinnati as streetcar conductor since January is visiting home folks here Elder G W McIntosh filled tlio stand at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday A good crowd was out on Sunduy T J Wright and family who have returned from Butler Mo are now with Mr Wrights fattier Elder B F Wright near hereBorn to Mr and Mrs Joe Snowden July 8rd a daughter The little infant died and was buried at Salem graveyard Thursday Miss Reese Shimfessel accom panied by Master Edmon and Miss Elsie Burgher of Olay City were guests of Miss Biddie Burgher Sunday Sunday school was organized at the public school house Sunday afternoon James Mills was elected Supt Eld Q W Mcln toshasst Supt Lloyd Todd Secretary and treasurer The school will meet every Sunday morning at 10 oclock Everybody who can are invitod to attend The usual number of deaths by accidents were recorded in the metropolitan papers for July 4 Every year the same tale is told There is only one way to avoid this aifd that is bv having fire crackerless slay rocketless cap pistolless celebrations This is not bothering Clay City because we know how to control such dangers Not a piece of fireworks was allowed to be explod ed in this city July 4- Memoriam Stella Prather King daughter of Joseph and Malissa King died ather home in Olay City June 27 1907 She was a beautiful and bright child 10 months old and was loved very much by all who knew her No better attention could have been given than was given her by friends neighbors and Drv Irvin her physician Funeral services was held at the home Saturday 29 by Rev R A Irvin Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when en tering it through the mucous sur faces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co ToIedoO contains no mercu ry and is token Internallyacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of lhesyetem In buying halts Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken in ternully and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney kCo Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Toke HaHs Family Pillslor cox stipation I THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents ref year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 11 1907 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub CIl1bratesjwith Time TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 cc Ilome and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEnENTS For County Clerk Ve are authorized to nnnounce OKAS EWE candidate for County Court Clerk subject to action of the Democratic party For Jailor AVo are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor subject to time action of the Democratic party Nothing to Fear- conmnUTED The Democratic party of Kentucky and its orators upon the stump in this years campaign will have nothing to fear from the closest scrutiny by theier Repub lican opponents of its manage ment of the fiscal affairs of the State government and can well afford to meet in debate the ut terances of the Republican plat form upon the subject The bal ance sheet of the Department of State Auditor Hager and State Treasurer Bosworth both of whom are Democratic nominees for State office just issued Shows a credit to the Common inealth of the public Treasury of 20424298 Time balance sheet of ono year before showed a balance on hand at the close of bus iness of 82304908 Since that time there has been paid out of the Treasury on account of the construction of the new State Capitol about 700000 in round numbers All obligations of the Commonwealth have been met on the day that they were due and presented and Kentucky is practically free from debt When the Democratic party took up the reigns of government in 1900 following four years of Republican rule and a few months of the notorious Taylor regime time retiring Auditor showed a balance in the Treasum y of 80383451 but the liabilities of the Commonwealth amounted to 200299187 leaving behind him in reality a deficit of 1099 05730 in excess of the assets of the State The present Demo cratic administration for several of its oilicials have been in pub lie office since 1900 has not only met promptly time current expenses of the State but it has discharged all of the above lia bility except a few thousand dol lars less than thirty thousand which it can pay at any time up on presentation of outstanding bonds for that amount In constructing a now Capitol without the issue of a single bond and without putting the State into great debt for it Ken tucky hRs done something that no other State of the United in 3thehundred thousand of the one and a quarter million dollars appro priated line been expended with out tlio tinge of scandal touchJ iujt single dollar and time Democratic officials and party leaders have placed at the hands of the Republican opposi tion every opportunity to thor oughly investigate every centjof expenditure It is upon such a record of management of the fis cal affairs of Kentucky that the party goes before the people of the State in this years cam paign New Election Law Probably there are hundreds of voters in Madison who are not aware that the last Legislature fixed qualification for the privilege of voting Among the acts of 1901 relatavo to elections and euilerago one of them says that those who cannot vote arecepero sons who have not at least sixty days before the election at which they offer to vote paid in full all state county municipal district and schooltaxes due by them for the year previous to the one in which they offer tovoteYall- ey View Argent This law applies only to cites where their charters so provide but should apply to State and county elections also still it doesnt We learn that the City Coun cil is arranging to put into ef fect some new ordinances and enforce more rigidly some of the old ones It is intended to hit the law violators on every side To The Public- I have leased my studio to Mr 1 S Watts splendid Photographer who will be pleased to make figuresMr pable of turning out the bestof work I cheerfully recommend him to my old patrons J W Henry Residence for Sale I offer my residence in Clay City for sale together with the adjoining lots and young orchardand etc This house has several good rooms conveniently arranged Nice yard and all necessary out buildings for a comfortable home For par ticulars call at Clay City Hotelor address J W Chaffing Clay City Ky SALLA Is a now- Dandruff Curo A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Wo guarantee that this preparation will clean the scalp of all All wo ask Is that you who arc affected with land ruff purchase one bottle and Try It It Is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean and very desir stronglIeallby FOR SALE BY DIlUGGISTSISALLA ROSA Hancock Mich II druggist lOCI not have It tend one dollar direct to uy and we will send you a bottle prepulil I M COURTNEY Present v JJlYirss J W Williams Fine Millinery Dress Goods Notions Clothing and Etc Will carry in this space her Spring An nouncement of Complete line ofElegant New Goods The usual combination of tf Good Quality Good Styles and Correct Prices wil prevail CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake 4 i I The Lightest Light R ost of t j I And Flakiest Biscuit l i7 I Are Made Vliou You UNO i Pearl and Bakers Pride Flouri y f I Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed iiIMANUFACTURED BY J it CAIN VERSAILLES KY r I Sold by our Leading Merchants v 7 I It is easy to buy some kind of n razor for a dollar but you wonder if it is possible to get genuine German ground razor of the finest razor steel I witha positive guarantee one that will give you a clean smoothshave at this price rthat Is what we offer You run no risk in buying a Dud leys Dollar Razor it is backed our name and guarantee and it is ex changeable at any time if not satisfactory We have made a reputation on our razors and this is the best dollar razor made and is equal to ii those usually offered at 200 Sent postpaid on receipt ofone dollar and the name ofyour cutlery dealer GRAY DUDLEY HARDWARE cor Nashville Tenn r + o + H + 1o + 1o + H+m1ox ++ +x+++ + +HxOHOO HotxH ++++x+++Hx++ is CAPITAL S5OOOO 3 SURPLUS 7000 i tt t It a OLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY icy SoDUDLEYS DOLLAR RAZOR L j TV i ClIAS OT Vice TI fJlt t r ACTS AS DEPOSITORY AND OFFERS ALL MODERN FACILITIES TOINDIVIDUALS AND 4 w f j J CORPORATIONS DESIRING SAFE BANKING CONNEOTIOMS X A T WIIITT Cashier 1i VJ f- i eon re K K + H4H + e o+rhh +1l M3 + So ++ aoC +++++++++++++d r8Ed ++++ + ++ ot H +b3 + + 4 + THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY July11 1007 LOCAL BREVITIES Mr and Mrs J Branham of t Mt Sterling were in the city Thursday Mesdames Ann E Barnett and Mary Haskins are visiting relatives near Hedges The second dance of the sensor will bo given ut LEark Hotel Torrent Ky on Thursday July 18th Mr and Mrs Boone Bradley of Williamsburg visited relatives in Cloy Oity and Stanton last i y week ti Wheat harvest is over and the cutting of meadows has begun 1 The yield of both crops is very 1gooI this year Dorris T Mire who has been attending a business college at Bowling for some months is at home for a few days visit I Bud Spencer of Missouri is visiting his sister Mrs John W McKinney of Hardwick Creek yarn other relatives in the coon tyfWin Morton James Holman Win Townsend J H- liHowell were among the Bowl can representatives in the city July 4 1IS Watts our new photographer Is well pleased with his location Be is a fine artist and deserving of the success which seems to await his skill and per severance v George W IfcKinney daugh ters Misses Nannie and Elizabeth Sun Master William and Elder B S Burgher were among the many visitors from Winchester on the Fourth Thos Edge and S J Ander son have formed a partnership and purchased the merrygo round located hero the past week Wo wish those gentlemen success I in their new venture Mize an erstwhile rest IOarl Clay City has been taken t very sick at Newport Tenn His father and mother have been summoned to his bedside from their home at Hazel Green Riley McIntosh who emigrat ed from hero with his father A II McIntosh to Arkansas a few years ago has returned to 1Ce- ntucky and will stake his home with his sister Mrs J A Curtis on Snow Creek Elder J 11 Adrms of Bowel was in the city Monday Mr Adams is teaching the Bowen school He is a leading teacher of the county and was formerly Superintendent of Schools of Menefee county The Powell County Sunday School Convention will be hold at Powells Valley Sunday July 28 instead of Clay City as previ ously announced Program will appear in next issue Let every body como and bring their din x nor with them Mrs W N Bush and daughter Miss Patsoy entertained the fol jloiving friends as guests over the fourth Mrs S A Young Mr and Mrs J II Adams and Cleveland Baker of Lexington j Mrs Polly A Locknane Miss Polly Lpcknano and Carley Loci nane of Winchester Rodney and Carley White of Irvine Sheriff John M Kennon is conducting a sale of attache goods as advertised in the two former issues of this paper Mrs Will llingo of Richmond and Mesdames J Dlnd John Ringo of Winchester spent a Jew days with W H Ringo and family the past week Drs Irvin and Smith amputated it forefinger fofFant Laccfieh yesterday Gangrene had set in and amputation became neces sary tp save a hand and proba bly an arm Elder It D Harding edito of the Kentucky Junior Dayton Ky gave our office a most pleasant call Friday Elder Harding assisted by Elder J D Hunter of Cannel City was the spcake at the Jr O U A M picnic in this city Thursday A Memorable Day Ono of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profi to our health is the one on whist we became acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers tint cure headache and biliousness and keep the bowel right 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store DJEAXHS The infant child of Joe King died at his home in this city las weekof dysentery The lithe three months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Franl Tuesdl1IwithDaniel grave yard on Hardwicks CreekThe Angel of death visited the home of Mrs Russell Mounts and removed from fond em brace her little infant duaghter Tin remains were laid to rest in the Daniel burial gronnd Saturday The child died from the prevail ing epidemic among children dysentery A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witnessed one of the most remarkable ens cs of healing everrecorded Amoy F King of that place says I Buck tens Arnica Salve cured U sore 01 my lug with which I had sufforc over sO years lam now eighty live Guaranteed to cure 1111 sores at Swunh Day Lumber Coi store 25c The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY lifer for tho Spring of 1007 a largi line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparu gus Shrubs Rhubarb and Sinai Fruits We have no Agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on ap plication H F Hil sixmeyer eons C L RU5sELLl CONTRACTING PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER And Decorator in General CLAY CITY KY Call and see my Nice Line of Wall Paper- Samples i J The protracted meeting at the Christian Church continues with increaed interest and fourteen additions to date Bro Cock is doing some plain pointed preaching which seldom fails fa bring desirable results both in reviving the membership and gathering in new members The Charming Woman is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never servo asan artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightliness of step and action that accompany good health A physically weak woman is never attractive not even to herself Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guar anteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50c Dress Making Miss Kato Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dressmaking and sewing Locatedin the Red River Hotel Dr T T Eaton editor the Western Recorder and one of the most prominent Baptist ministers of the South is dead in Louisville Long Live The Kingl is the popular cry throughout Eu ropean countries while in Ameri ell the cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings New Dis covert King of Throat and Lung Remidies of which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass snyslilt never fails to give immediate relief and quickly cure a cough or cold II Mrs Painus opinion is shared by o majority of the inhabitants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other reinidies have failed and for coughs and colds its the only sure cure Guaranteed by Swnnn nay Lumber Co at their store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free New Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and ClockI repairing of all kinds on terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed THIS Winchestei Bank INCOKPOUVTED N H WITIIEKSFOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 84 WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use All that tho name implies A Marvelous Remedy for all External IAbsolutely Free from all- Poisonous l Ingredients Cures Bums Dolls Cuts Sores Sore Throat Piles Eczema Corns Chapped Hands Scabs Rheumatism Ulcers Felons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores resultingIAT ORUOOI3TS OR II 1 BY MAll POSTPAID 26o per Box I R d SONS IIHAAR Michigan Its to Your Interest To spend your money where it goes tho farthest 4and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur nishings Groceries Hardware Hnancss Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods- We will appreciate your trade and take n exchange foi 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 We are Now Ready For the Spring Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equalof stores in much larger cities s Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky CRESCENT Stoves and Ranges Latest Improvementsonly the heat o materials used Strongly give the best or sat la1hctlon Every CRESCENT Stove and Range is accompanied a full guarantee Ask your to show you the CRESCENT lInedont buy one claimed to be Just as good Insist on having tho CRESCENT you always be pleased with it CRESCENT STOVE WORKS a Evansville Ind t PROFESSIONAL CARDS NwINNy WNINLNeN 1IN1NN11N1NNeIeNN pPHYSICIAN CLAY Olt Y KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLOY OITV KY 1 B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON v CLAY CITY KY TheYt DodgingI I I of a womans life Is the name often given to change of life Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering I bytaking I 11 e CARDUI I Womans Refuge In Distress j ltjulckly relieves the pain nerv coldIthroughthus I yourlifeYou cn get It at all drugglsts In SI 00 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH- I suffereJawrites Virginia Robsonof East took Ordul which cured me to quickly It surprised my doctor who dUnt WAS It I ui1ES1 J I1JJqe 1r yU J1 It Ia1 S3 eti for curing Itf LnJ i ndr9 a enNOr t IfGf1 TaVv rr ttI rIA yJTROV TgimUONIAL- iI i 113 ii I L ie saflere d it r fff v rtar I bae- r10 T u vnodyon the coughlc BIH r r Tl ill tru1y I- J 31nae JM V N IEVAN Kytdi Vilify lush ifnott ff 0IOrit viSft AYle CO Inc rfi h antuoky Black Creek Lime WorksiR S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY UiiBlnckend Lime in ir qnanti ty Will sell to loftier or con i 1tun at Lowest Prices Will deliver nJClay City or soil at the kilns O2i Lime 05 cents per barrel at thtkls or Iiicents delivered in Ciay CityK9LLTHrs COUCH AND CURE THB LUNGS WITH DrKings NOi D5SCGv r 1 i I IFon c ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS PriceI fFreed f3ttrest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG allILEa or MONEY BACK ai v 1t Snow Creek ritvithIhosIt continues dry here and most of the crops seen to need rain J G Vivion and wife of Kid ville visited the formers moth er here Saturday and Sunday The protracted meeting will begin at Log Lick Thursday An gust 1st Rev R 0 Foster will do t e preaching Mr Harrison Thompson of Thompson Station was here last week buying shotes and purchas ed several at 5 cents A S Vivian and wife Mrs Bettie Eads and laughter Vir sie are visiting friends and rel atives here this week Xena George Briscoe passed through here Saturday on business Haiyjy Powell and wife have been visiting friends here this- I week- A large crowd went from here to Clay City and spent the Fourth ilhe farmers are getting along their crops in this part of the county H rHId O F Rogers spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Sandfields George Helton died Saturday July Oth after a long spoil of sickness and was buried at the Hall grave yard on Sunday II Crabtree of tee county was sent to the Richmond hos pital Saturday with a broken leg and his little has hud an arm brokeniMrs Mary Hallo Estill count J D Hull and wife Ilibert Powell and wife Jar H Pow ell and wife spent the Fourth with the family of J A Rogers Notice to Teachers At the July examination of white teachers July 10 and 20 at I the Stanton school house there will also Le hold competitive examination for one appointment i in the State College of Kentucky I proper j four appointments in ho Normal department of the j State College of Kentucky and tnt appointments at the Nor i mal school at Richmond It A Irvin County Supt I Grist Mill for Sale J Complete corn meal outfit con sisting of one 18 in French Burr Grist Mill Corn and Cob Crusher Bolter Corn Sheller and necessiry belting shafting pulleys c 14 horsepower Gusoline Engine All first class working order Will sell cheap For particular apply utthis attire I II II1hoGrass Fair to be held at Lexingj the week of August 12th to iC h is now in press and will bo issued next week It promises o bo the most attractive fair cat ilogue ever issued in the South j Ohlngerawing a special coverdesignp which will bo p1 co ns The whole catalogue will 10 on the best grade of lad gotten up in most approvedI fashion It will con hundred and fifty to a soveilt five pages A corn4 list of rules andregulatioii8 ho given together with spec IElepnrtmentpThe daily program for the Fair S will bo shown in full naming the- meti at which each of the many- ngSwiIl be contested It is the- biggestprogrnm which the people of Kentucky were over siren the opportunity to witness and embraces a premium list carrying Inladditionstock shown in the prelimi narv prize of the Fair the full classification for vegetables lndImelons field seed and plants and flowers womens und table luxuries will be workI Ample provision has been for nil these various departments such premiums as are certain to draw a splendid exhibition m m IEXPERIENCE IDEc Anyone sending a ekelrh And deserlltlon may ascertain our opinion tree whether an Invention Is probablr tlnnsiarlctlrrontldentfol HANDDi10IonIateut patentsIatoutetptttalnotlct without cbaree In the Scieitfific Jhttericati I Ah ndsomclTlllnitrntM wesVlr Jirccst drcnlntloii of any KOlentitte Inurnnl I3an t h al And hr alt n 1iJNtf tfcii COPYRIGHTS 361 Broadway New Yorf stanch omce Gd F It washtngwn Ii c g I H tt I I to I lopmenta are given In detail to this publication gad advice that they EDITORIAL TbD editorial contains 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