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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 r 1 THE CLAY CITY TIMESI iI t 50 Cents a Year In Advance 1 earc here to help Clay City the SurroonJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I IVOL XII CLAT CITY KY THURSDAY JULY 18 J907 NO29 e JB EATON S Wilt until further notice sell you Goods at Reduced Prices Especially Sh sS iCors fs Dress GoodsS- SMuslinUnderskirts i Gownse c c S And other articles too numerous to mention S o Come S2e Us oand we will prove to you that we can furnish you your goods and save you Big a money on Every Purchase i oo1 We Flooringdoors Blinds Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts Protracted Meeting at Stanton Protracted services bagan itthe Stanton Presbyterian Oliurch Monday night of last week and closed Friday night The Pastor Key1 R A Irvin was assisted in the meeting by the Rev J W Tyler of Midway Th results of the meeting were twelve accessions to the church and two other professions of faith who will unitewith other churches Forty dollars were raised at this meeting for church expenses Sunday School Convention Dont forgot the County Sun day School Convention at Pow ells Valley the Fourth Saturday and Sunday in this month Drainer on the ground so dont forget to take your basket of lunch The program was submitted for publication this week but for want of space we must defer it untilnext week Police Court was busy all day SpeuIIMo Attorneys o I Leonard BnittonFurnace was transacting business in the city yesterday I j f KEEP = biI COOL Summer now is here and so is the warm weather You need a cool suit to relieve you from the opressive heat They are at ourflore The kind to please when you are looking for STYLE FIT and And when it comes to price you cant beat that at the flore the place to get everything you need at sim ply correct living prices only Come in and Let us Dress You upo 1IN11WNNMNINNPUWW4dN1N111uNNN IbIN41MNN1NN14NdN1MNNIPW101NIN SHIMFESSELS Department Store i lBbI Ncr MFG Go Winchester Ky L a Varandns Manufacture Weattierboarding QUALITY J We are Headquarters for Building Paper i 1 Felt Roofing I d i Flintdid Roofing and Etc r r estiiiatesz t N IThe Common Shool Fund the Democratic admin istration of public affairs in Ken tucky has done for the Common schools of the State and is doing as is evidenced by the action just taken by Superintendent J H Fuqua in declaring a per capita for them for the coming school year of 340 is one of the best planks in the platform under which its nonfinees will go before the people in the November eJeC- tion All it asks of the thinking people of the State is fair con sideration at their hands and a comparison between what has been done in the eight years of administration and what was done during the four years of Re publican rule which preceded that period of time The per capita just declared by Superintendent Fuqua for the School year of 19071908 is the largest over declared by the Department of Public Instruc tionNot only in the matter of per capita have the Democratic offi cials beAn at work for the best interests of the common schools of the State Through Democratic votes in the General As sembly they have met the de mand for a longer school term and further have established two State Normal schools for the better education and training of the teachers who are to have charge of the education of the children of the State and have in their first year brought them u to the standard of long estab lished schools of the kind in oth er States Results are better than high sounding platitudes such Irs are embraced in Repub lican campaign platforms and the reading thinking people of Kentucky are invited to look to what has been done before cast ing their votes in November DISTRICT CONVENTION JULY 18 AFTERNOON 0 W B M Session NIGHT SESSION 0 W B M Ad dress Mrs S K fancy Kentucky MissipnH W Elliott JULY 19MORNING 05b Devotional Senic- esMI1 L Atkinson 10 00 Welcome AddressM Albert Burgher 1010 Response 0 M SummersJackson 1020 The Bible School a Place for Adults W W McGuire Pres 10 45 Teacher Training Why Train Teachers Miss Kate Reed Beattyville 3 In What Train Teachers Miss Judith Tudor Irvine How Train Teachers Mrs W W Guire Jackson 11 15 OurContennial Enterp- risoMR M Hopkins 11 45 Appointment of Commit tees Announcements Benediction AFTERNOON SESSION 180 Devotional Services Wagorsvillei45 a Report of District Sta tisticunMiss Kate Reed b Roportof Committees c OffeViiig for State and I District Work 280 Bible School Management Geo D Verco Clay City 250 Public School Methods in the Bible School0 W Campbell 310 How Shall We Teach Mis sionsin the Bible School H L Atkinson Hazel Green 840 General Discussion Led by R M Hopkins 400 Adjournment NIGHT SESSION 780 Devotional Exercises Geo D Verco Clay City 800 How Can OurBibleSchools Be Improved0111Sum mers Jackson Special music at the Christian church by the following quartet Miss Patsy Bush 1st soprano Miss Mary G Eaton alto Mes srs Ward and Croxton tenor and bass respectively Miss Mary Shimfessel organist Nearer my God to Thee was most beauti fully sung by this quartet Good music adds materially to any singingSundaygood At Kennons saw mill on Hard wicks creek yesterday Sam Ware wis seriously cut up by the wood cut on saw and may die Drs Smith and Irvin of this city were summoned and cared for him- Teachers I Must Attend Institute Heretofore it has been custom ary for teachers holding cerficates to only attend the county Insti tute at their convenience The law requires all teachers in the county and all persons holding county certificates to attend the Institute the full six days in each year Supt Irvin says he will exact this of every teacher in the county unless they have a le gal excuse for not so attending To Natural Bridge A jolly crowd went from hero to Natural Bridge Monday Among i them we noticed Misses Patsey Bush Grace Shimfessel Mollie Johnson Lena Lyle Lu la Johnson Bulah and Roxie Akers Mesdames P Johnson Burrel Akers J D and Cecil Williams Chaperoned by Elders Geo D Yerco and W J Cocke PUBLIC SALE Of New Buggy and Harness In Clay City Saturday July 20 A bargain for some one This vehicle must go No by bidding Will be auctioned off at 3 oMjik in the afternoon Tom Edge iWjJ lI1 F Ii j lIeGoods 1 i All the Millinery In this store is now offered at r I3Jl3 e 683 Now is the time to buy one of those I I Beautiful Nobby Hats and at a price J5 Ithats bound to please and surprise you m IFhionbleDreesinaking in connection i J IMrs W N Bush 1 s +1I 13 I 3 + 101 ++33++++fINSURE WITH i i SON i 1 The JLiomliiicr Iii iiziuco Agol1tliiof Eazstoru J ol1tnolci r Over 200000000 I Represented I knowiEvery one who knows anything about insurance they are leaders in this line i33 N+33333 d b ++33 r +33T t3 ++P3ri ++ F3 ++++fit +a ie a 1 oJ 1 Commissioners Sale l Powell Circuit Court Anderson k Clay Plaintiffs versus Howard Davis Defendant Notice of Salo in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered nt thq June term 1007 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on the 5 day of August 1C07 at 1 beingCourthighesthdl101the Court House dour Stun ton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit Situated in Powell county Ky on the waters of Lulbegrud as follows towit Beginning on two white oak trees corner to lot of negro graveyard thence s 8 w 802 poles to an oak corner to Amanda pucker and Ben Hudson thence with Ben Hudson line w 66 w 66 poles to a gum tree corner to said Hud son thence w 35 w 6 616 poles to an oak corner to J AY Dawson thence with Dawson lino w 45 w 186 poles to a stake in Mark Swopo lino thence with said Swope line to u stake in the forks branch corner to Geo Cooper thence with Coopers line to the beginning containing 75 acres more or less or sufficient thereof to produce 70 17 so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force an effect of a re plevin bond bearing legal interest from day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re tained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Coinr Powell C 0 Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court J W Williams Plaintiff versus Laura Faulkner Wright Defendant Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the June term 1907 there of in above cause the undersigned will on the 5th day of August 1907 at 1 oclock p in or thereabout being Court Day I will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at Court House door Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit Ninesixteenths of that tract or parcel of land in Powell county Ky and on the waters of Paint and known as the Pryor t Button tract and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in the Gordon line thence in an eastern direction cropping the Wild Cat Ridge down to another fork of Paint creek to a sweet gum corner thence in a northerly direction to the top of the ridge to the L L Hull line thence westerly with the meanders of the ridge to the old Forge circle line thence with the forge circle line south east to the Gordon line to the begin ning containing 602 acres more or less or sufficient thereof to produce 8435 so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of money to have the force and effect of a re plevin bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re tained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Commissioner P 00 See program of district meet ing of Christian churches in this city today and tomorrow Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range 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 Oatarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercu ry and is token internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genuine It is taken in ternally and made in Toledo OhioI by F J Cheney Co Testimony freeSold by Druggists Price 76o per bottle Toke HaUVFamily Pills for con stlpation THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVEUY THDnSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 18 1907 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CHAS EWES candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce Jons P GAYLoRD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Kentucky Crop Report The first half of the month of Juno was quite wet raining nearly every day Severe storms of wind and hail in some locali ties Corn planting especially in lowlands that was already late was still further retarded by these excessive rains The early planted corn suffered for cultivation and many fields be came foul with grass and weeds The latter half was almost ideal hurl gave farmers a splendid op portunity to get their wheat in the shock in good condition I and wage a war on the weeds that were rapidly taking their corn fieldsThe acreage of corn is a little short of last year owing largely- to the unfavorable weather that continued too late in the season for preparation of much of the low lands that would have been planted under favorable condi tions The condition of the corn crop is not up to the standard for the reason stated and that much bad seed was planted and failed to germinate causing a great deal of replanting and making the crop very irregular The wheat crop improved materially during the month but will fall short of an average clop While I the yield will be less than an av+ erage the berry promises to be very fine The prospective yield is 16 per cent less than the 1000 crop Oats promise only about three fourhs of the 1000 crop Many counties report the crop almost a failure and only a few report a prospect for a full crop Rye promises some better but considerably below last year Hemp is nearly up to last year in acreage and condition Burley tobaccojs reported 10 percent short of last year in acreage owing to scarcity of plants and labor Much of this was planted late in June and will depend largely upon a late fall if it makes a good yield The dark district has fallen off 28 per cent in acreage for want of plants to set a full crop Much of this is also late Grasses are doing fairly well considering the damage done by the army worm The high price and scarcity of seed cutthe acreage of stock peas Potatoes promise a full crop The fruit crop except berries will be a very short one There will be something near a full crop of sorghum and millet Much of these crops are usually planted in July and August On the whole the outlook is not so gloomy as appeared some weeks ago Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Minnie Barnes Plaintiff versus Marion French Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Court ren dered at tho June term in the above cause the undersigned will on the 5th day of August 1007 at 1 oclock p thereabout being Court Day mlorproceed to offer for hlglwstblddOlCourt House door Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit On the waters Hatchers creek be ginning nt a stone corner double dog three pines and three white oaks side 76 poles thence S X E 76 80 poles to statioli 7 in the origlna- sllrvey white oak marked with ax and four and aft with knife S 78 W54 60100 poles to a black gun corner Rice line copies tiled which Rico claimed And had in and which oot valued and considered- in the allotment W 7584 or 164 13 poles to a chestnut oakstumpon banks of folks of ravines small chestnut oak and4omo chestnut oak sprouts and lo custs pointers thence 75 E 330 00 poles to a set stoue in James Frenchs nne cornet to lot No2 thence N 0 E 13133 poles to station corner with lot No8 in south line of dowery thence N 81 W 11002 poles to tho beginning containing 122 acres less the Rico claim of ono 1 acre one 1 rod 87 poles or sufficient thereof to produce so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a re plevin bond bearing legal interest from day of sale to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be retained on tho land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell 00 Alabama is the only state in the Union whose Legislature meets but once in four years Its session is then limited to for ty days and the members of the Legislature get 4 a day Residence Sale I offer my residence in Clay City for sale together with the ad joining lots and young orchardand etc This house has several good rooms conveniently arranged Nice yardand all necessary out buildings for a comfortable home For par ticulars call at Clay City Hotelor address J W Chaflin Cloy City Ky wr oar SALLAROr t j I OwdH1 Curs A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY We guarantee thatthis preparation will clean the scalp of all Dandruff All we ask is that you who are affected with dand ruff purchase one bottle and Try ft It is also a splendid dressing perfectly clean and very desir able Makes the Hair healthy abundant and beautiful FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS 8ALLA ROSA MFG COMPANY Hancock Mich U your druggist does not have It lend one dollar direct to us and we will send you a bottle prepaid COURTNEY President 3 Mrs J W Williams Fine Millinery Dress Goods r 1 Notions Clothing and Etc Will carry in this space her Spring Announcement of a Complete line ofElegant New Goods The usual combination of Good Quality Good Styles and Correct i Prices wil prevail 1 CLAY CITY KENTUCKY b Ii z The Whitest White QakeI s aThe Lightest Light Rolls i And Flakiest Biscuit S 4 l tArePearl and Bakers Pride Flour1 r i Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed t S MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchant 1J J7 Itis easy to buy some kind of a razor fora dollar but you wonderoil it tutsa leys Dollar Razor it is backed by our name and guarantee and it is ex4chang- eable 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 those usually postpaid on receipt ofone dollar and the name ofyour cutlery dialer GRAY a D RDWARR CO Nashville Tenn iT 1 ++ oJt + So + + ++ ++ + otoS +It H+ + + oS + + + t+ + + Jut +++ + + + iCAPITAL S5OOOO SuRPLUS 7OOO s 1 JrtH r CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITS KY DUDLEYS DOLLAR RAZOR aiatofferedat2ooSmt V CIIAS SCOTT VicePresident t ACTS AS DEPOSITORY AND OFFERS ALL MODERN FACILITIES TO INDIVlbTJALS ANDffc CORPORATIONS DESIRING SAFEn nANK NGoONNEOTI MSh ATWIHTT Cashier h- v f c + + FfdY3 + t4l + + tl ff + + Rt + + i MF +++il +flo ttF3 + F+ + ilc 1 c y THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER fHURSDAYJuly 18 1007 LOCAL BREVITIES Several from hero were in at tendance at Mt Sterling Court Monday Mrs Geo W Anderson Jr is visiting relatives at Mt Ster ling this week T 11 Niblack of Trapp Clark county was transacting business in the city Saturday Mrs Hattie Elkin and two children of Minors Creek are visiting relatives in the city 0 W Barnett and Wm Cur tis visited Richard Barnett of Paris from Saturday till Monday I Gracious showers and most fa r t vorable growing weather have Veen blessing us the past several days Mrs Frank Newell and chil dren visited Mrs R H Curtis at Winchester a few days this weelc Dr M S Browne of Win chester was here Monday to see Dr Littlepage who is failing in health Mrs H G Burgher and son the of Mrs BurI Asa are guests ghers son J H Burgher at Oartersville Ga Some farmers are now through I with their corn crops and at work in their meadows The hay crop promises to be good this year Oats will also yield an I average crop Elder 0 P Bush of the Bap 5 tist church will preach at the Presbyterian church in this city Sunday July 28th Services both morning and night Let all who can be present The revival serviesat the Christian church closed Sunday I night after a continuation of two weeks At the Sunday morn ings service a collection for j State Missions was made and 108 in cash realized A protracted meeting is Jn t progress at Powells Valley Bap t tist church Pastor Turpin is be ing assisted by Elder R French l of Winchester The meeting is being well attended j Prof John Gofl has bei n chos en as President of Ohickasaw Fpinale College at Pontococ Mississippi Prof Goll fe a splendid educator and the an tliorities of Chickasaw College have chosen wisely Winchester a Democrat G D Cook and son Beckner Cook who moved from this City to Campion in the early spring have opened a new grocery store at that place Their many friends hire wish them unbounded suc cress in their new location Mr G D Cook is an old merchant who kwcnvs the business from a toZ Misfortunes rarely come sing ly and Green Flinchum is having his share Last Friday he cut one of his big toescf1and WIll split another one half off Drs Irvin and Smith dressed the wounds and he is now getting alongsFlinchum had a spoke factory ashort time ago and lie h 1 was just beginning to be able to use it when he cut his foot It is said that to stick a feather saturated with turpentine in cucumber hills will prevent the depredations of the little yellow bugs that are so destructive to the vines Death of J R Skldmore J R Skidmore died at his homeon Hard wicks CreekThurs dtty July 11 of complication of diseases ago about fifty years Burial on Friday the 12th De ceased for about ten years had been confined to his room in an almost helpless condition Mr Skidmore was a native of Oldham county but moved to Clay City eighteen years ago He married a Miss Shimfessel of Vaughns Mill soon after he came here He was at one time Chief Police of this city A Memorable Day Ono of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is the one on which we became acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep the bowels right 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store Valuable Find A special from Campton Sat urday says A number of Pittsburg Pa capitalists who have been prospecting for the Swift silver mine for some time last week struck a fine vein of mineral of some kind which they report as lead but is causing considerable excitement as the persons making the find are pay ing large prices for leases on lands where the discovery was made This discovery is a short distance from where a Mrs Tim mons spent a fortune drilling in the hope of finding the silver mine which is said to have been locred by a man named Swift who located the place about a hundred years ago A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witness ed one of the most remarkable case of healing everrecorded Amos F King of that place says Buck lens Arnica Salve cured a sore on my log with which I had suffered over SO years I am now eighty five Guaranteed to cure all sores at Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25c Wo have three Commissioner Sales advertised in this issue Head them The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1007 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits Ve hnve no Agents Strawber ry and General Catalogues on ap plication H F Hil anmeyer Sons C L RUSSELL CONTRACTING PAINTER PAPER HANGER Arid Decorator in General CLAY CITY KY Call and see my Nice Line of Wall Paper I Samples I Negro Killed In Clark county Will Rich ardson white killed John Owen colored The trouble arose over a dispute in a horse trade and Richardson is said to be justifi able in the killing as the negro was shooting at him when he cut the negro The Charming Woman is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never servo as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the the world ad mires 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 e ven to herself Electric Bitters restore weak jromen give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guar anteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50c Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do nil kinds of dress makingandiewing Located in the Red River Hotel Mt Sterling is to have a hand some new passenger depot to cost 15000 00 This is an im provement Mt Sterling has been needing for some time Long Live The King ia the popular cry throughout Eu ropean countries i while in Amen ca the cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings New Dis covery King of Throat and Lung Remidies of which Mrs Julia Ry der Paine Truro Mass says It never fails to give immediate relief and quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Paines opinion is shared by a majority of the inhabitants of this country New Discovery cures = weak lungs and sore throats after nil other remiilies have failedand for coughs and colds its the only sure cure Guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Co at their store oOc and 100 Trial bottle free New Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfuctioif guaranteed TILE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIEIISPOON Pros Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 84 WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use Ullthitthi I name implies A MarvelousRemedy for all ExternalPurposes Absolutely Free t from all- Poisonous Ingredients Cures Bums Bolls Cuts Sores Sore I Throat Piles Eczema Corns Chapped Hands Scabs Rheumatism Ulcers Felons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores Barbers Itch Blood Poison resulting from rusty nails or other causes Bites from poisonous animals or insects and alt Skin Diseases DRUGGISTS OR IAT MAIL POSTPAID 25t MT 111 HAARER ik SONS I Ann Arbor Michigan Its to Your Interest J To spend your money where it goes the farthest 1 and you dont have to go far to find that place g1Drynishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Farming Implements and etc SaddleryI Our Prices are So are Our Goods It We will appreciateyour trade and take n exchange fii foi goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest Imarket price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have fl1i sJ to sell Dont forget the plnceIjJA E CLAY CITY KY I We are Now ReadyF- or 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 equal of stores in much larger cities 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 saidof I I Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will Itakepleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwanhDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky IStoveSlnd IusedI CRESCENT STOVE WORKS Evansville Ins n PKOFESSIONAI CARDS LS4NNIfM11N 1 11114LU W R A iRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOCM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OlOY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY BilePoison has a very bad effect on your system It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all Its fearful ills TnedfonTs BlackDraught Is a bland tonic liver regulator and blood purifier- It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indiges tion constipation malaria chHls and fever Jaundice nervousness irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It is not a cath tic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without Irritating Price 25c at all Druggists OJ l erB t 9u H reytoIt has M tTa fur ccrlng GJfJr 5 3DS H rr7 = S nP3d- wH6r = J CCJGr c r c 7 r AG I t nzoNIAL- Mum ti rra t I line suffered with n T f r rc I have used nearly very COUKU remedy on the mnrtt I u r ud u cough aallAU1Igrand ma amok I a V i EVAN- 1uCucah Icy yourdruperfect r- PHOPTM ntir Sod SSVVCP CO Inc t+ dcublKrntu ky r 7 Black Creek Lime Works ry R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend mein fquanti ty will sell to dealer or cot nw at Lowest Prices Will deliver a Clay City or sell at the kilns 02 Lime C5 cents per barrel at the kit 3 or 75 cents delivered in Clay City saa KiLL THE COUCH i AND CURE THE LUNGS t KingsNew fOR CONSUMPTION Prig 600 6 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TxOU- BLEsor MONEY BACK Resolutions of Respect Whereas The Great Ruler of the universe has i IK His infinite wisdom removed from our midst our worthy and esteemed brother Geoi W Crow i 6ftUade Springs Lrfdgefto 1821 Q 01 F and Whereas the intimate relation held with the members of this Lodge make it fitting that we re cord our appreciation of him therefpre Resolved that the wisdom and ability which he has exercised in aid of this Lodge by council service and funds will 10 held in grateful remembrance Kesolved That the sudden removal of such a man from our Lodge of which he has held lead ing positions leaves a vacancy and shadow that will be deeply realized by all members of this Lodge Resolved That with deep sym pathy with the afllicted relatives and friends of the deceased we express an earnest hope that even so great a bereavement may be overruled for their highest good Resolved That these proceed ings be spread on the minute book of this Lodge and the Clay City Times publish the same and that a copy be sent the fancily of our deceased brother James Foster N G A M Lowe V G Y 0 Martin Secy Grafting in Owen Fortythree indicments against men prominent in the affairs of Owen county were returned by the grand jury at Owenton which has been investigating the conduct of county business for the last few years The indictments charge malfeasance in office perjury mutilation of county rec ords and the collection of illegal fee bills The report of the grand jury goes deply into the past rec ords of the county and every member of the Fiscal Court including tee County Judge is in dicted on charges of malfeasance ICimbrellr J W Bales of Irvinewasrhere last week on business D F Blanton and wife will start to Hamilton Ohio this weekW G Patrick bought of Sam uel Embs three twoyearold cattle for 70 00 A protracted meeting will begin at Kimbrells Chapel next Monday nightfNelson Witt began the public school at Iron Mound last Monday with fair attendance The blackberry crop isshort here this year and not manywill be sold as is usually done 1 Solomon Ewell and fatuity of Muir Fayette county are isitI TMrs1Villiamn David Larison who lives it the foot of the Sugar Loaf mountain killed a large rattle snake four and one half feet long lust week Johnson Harris of Fox visit ed here last Sunday and Monday His nieces Miss Xflfie Harris amid Mary Buttonreturned home with him for a fewda4ys visit i Grist Millvfor Sjale Complete cornCjmeal outfit consisting of one 18 in French Burr Grist Mill Corn and Cob Crusher Bolter Corn Sheller and necessar belting shafting pulleys c 34 horsepower Gt soline Engine All in first class working order Will sell cheap For particulars apply lit this office The Louisville Herald to Award 10000 in Prizes Monday July 1 The Ixmlsvlllo Dally Weekly Herald Inaugurated Sundarand t which 10000 In prizes will be awarded the women of Ken- awnYdingtheseePrizea to plan the fairestcon l ceivable and no element of luck chance or guessing enters Into the plan Tho Is to bo conducted along legitimate competitive lines and every woman who enters the race will have an equal opportunity to win a first prize whether she In Ixmtsvlllo or a town of much smaller slzo The Prizes The prizes offered by The Herald are the most liberal ever g von away by any newspaper In tho South The capital cash of This tho larce JROOO mcontestf moneyal bo given to the women who secures the largest number of votes In the entloi contest resirdiess of district limitations As the contest runs but nine weeks the wInner or this prize will earn 1GGGI per week for nine weeks Besides tho capital there aro two other grand prizes cotjtlstlnjr of two 1007 model automob les Oil s of these ma chines Is n brand now Aerocar purchased direct from tho factory for the express purpose of awarding It as a In The Heralds other automobile In a runabout model valued at 3650 brand new With every modern improvement backed by the manufacturers and the local agent One of these machines will be awarded to a candidate In Louls vlll tho other to a candidate residing In Kentucky or Indiana outside of Louisville The candidate who secures the largest number ef votes of the two automobile winners will be given choice of the ma chines The contest Is divided Into twentyfive districts Each district will receive three prizes The first prze In each district will be a free trip through the Eastern States Including visits to Now York Atlantic City Philadelphia Baltimore Wnhlngon Norfolk and the Jamestown t xpoitlon Every cent of the expense cf the twentyfive tourists from the time they leave home until they return will by The Herald Ole of these free trips will then be awarded ts the candidate In each one of the twentyfive districts who secures the largest number of votes In her own par titular district TJio number of votes ac corded candidates In one district has no bearing whatsoever upon the number of votes accorded candidates in other districts This equalizes the competition and gives every ono who enters tre race an opportunity to win Vaughns Mill There will be preaching nt the Christian church Sunday- L G Lyle and wife were the guests of Mrs Neoinu Strange SundayMiss Ida Boone of Stanton began her school at this place last week A P Bush T J Wright and Mark Gravett all went to Mt Sterling Monday Mesdames Hattie Dunaway and Addie Nelson of Lexington came up last week to visit relatives at this place After 14 years of suffering from rheumatism J R Skidmore passed away at the home of his brotherinlaw W M Shimfes sel on Little Creek Thursday July 11th and was buried Fri day afternoon at the McKinney burial ground He was 05 years of age and has beena member of the Methodist church for a number of years He died happy and prayed for his friends to all meet him in heaven He leaves a wie- one sister and a brother besides n host of friends to mourn his lossA precious ono from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled i A place is racunt in our libnie f Vlileh never can be filled 11 J B Haggin the millionaire owner of Elmdorf of Lexington has sold his entire 1900 burley tobacco crgp amounting to 150 000 pounds to the Fannersand s Warehouse Company of Oincinnatiat the repuriuu price of 15 cents a pound De livery will commence Monday i This is one of the largest and fin est crops in Kentucky H I 1ritrQiza11 Tho second and third In each one of the twentY vedlstrlcts are a gold watch and n business college scholar Ehlp In the order named These prizes are In keeping with the main awards and those who secure these secondary pro mlumsmay rest assured that they have got value for the effort put forth In the contest How to Enter the Raoe All that is necessary to enter The Heralds contest Is to send your name and address to the manager of the Con test Department together with the names or one or two reliable parties who live vicinity Another wayto enter the raceis by cUpping out a few coupons published dally In The hem out and sending them to the Contest Department of The Herald Louisville Ky Every Woman Eligible Every woman Is In this contest who Is a respectable white resident of Indiana or Kentucky and be tween the ages of fifteen and ty years Send In your name at once It you desire to compete as the race only extends over a of nino weeksJuly 1 to August 31 inclusiveHew Get Votes Votes may be secured In The Heralds contest by clipping the coupons from the dally paper which count as one voto and are only valid one week or by securing subscriptions for the dally Sunday and weekly and having such subscrip tions paid for In advance A new yearly subscription counts for 2400 votes a new rlx months subscription counts for 1000 votes and so on Full Information on this point may be learned by reading The Her ald or writing the Contest Department for particulars Enter Now If you are eligible enter this contest at once You may win the capital of Jlr00 In cash or a brand new 2000 automobile If you are not eligible enter fflo name of your wife mother sister friend relative or sweetheart as the caso may he and help her win a prize It will cost you nothing to nominate a candidate And It costs a candidate nothing to try for one of the prizes Now Is the time to Get busy In thIs gIgantic contest You may never have another opportunity to rot such valuable prizes for so little ef fort Enter the race before some owe else In your locality gets all the votes you aro depending on To enter the contest simply send your name and address to the Contest Department of The Herald Louisville Ky and you will receive full Information every point of the race by return mall I r v 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a tketeh and description mar IT ascertain onr opinion tree w an KommunluOl1trlcllfJconlldel1t1 Palollte taken through Mean a c o reoteipteial notice without charge In the Scientific Jintericati A h nd omclr lllnstrnfixl weekly Tersest cr cuUtlon of any tclontiac Journal Termaay- ear t tour months h o newicteulern 1UNN GO3GIBrCSdfl3J New York Z ranch omce 25 P et Waibluilon D U WEEKLY COURIER JUURNAL And THE TIMES Both ono year for only f One Dollar The Presidential eection is np proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never Republican Essential differences out of the way Democats are getting tngether The CourierJournal is going to support the ticket And there you have it Send your order for this com bination to usnot to the Courier Journal The regular price of the Weekly CourirJournal alone is 1- a year I This Namo when applied to BRASS AND IRON I BEDS f Goodithat 1 i dealer to show ryou the DESIGNS linrcml ierentifrom all others Every Bed fully guaranteed MANUFACrORED BY I RICHMOND DIANA MFC CO Richmond Ind 1 r Coalite is the latest wveity in the fuel line As made in Newcastle by n process similar to that employed by tho gns compa nies for the production of coke it makes no smoko and gives off- it is claimed about twice the heat of coal while a coalito lire lasts 40 per cent longer than an ordinary cons firo The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine Tim Best the Simplest the most reliable j the most Durable much Write today for particulars We also handle n full line of Belting Hose Pipe FittingsI GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN CoILexington Eastern Ry i Effective Nov 18 1906 EAsTnoum No 2 I Dili ex Sun 4 IIStations P in- lt Lexington 221 Wnchoster S0 13- II LcEJullctlon 0i5 Clay Citv400 Stanton 410 DllilyKo Oninpton June 440 Natural Bridge44i II Torrent 417 14 Runtty1IlTunc 518 0 K Junct 010 Ar Jackson 015 O I WEST BOUND No 8- Daily IIDai ex Sun Stations P M A m Lv Jackson 220 610 o K Junct 2 25 C 15 II BeattyvilIeJunc820 7 OJ Torrent 341 73 Natural Bridge S54 40 Omnpton June U57 48 Stanton 420 815 II Clav Citv 4M 825 LEJuuction507 658 1 Winchester 520 012 Ar Lexington 005 955 CONNECTIONS Ire E Junction TraiusNos 1 and 3 connec with 0 0 for Mt Ster ling Cainpton Junction All trains connect with the Mountain Central Ciimpton Trains Nos 8 nod 4 will make connection at Bcattyvilto Junction with L A n iI for passengers to and from Beattyviliu 0 K Junction Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the 0 K sty fur local stations on dint line This valuable remedy Is a cure for indigestion Heart barn Acidity ot or Sour SIck or Nervous Headache Oeneral or NervousDebility or Prostration and all Diseases from adoor dared condition of the stomach Recommended by Physicians Pleasant to take It Is not necen err to diet only In very severe cases The stomach will soon be In such s healthy condition that one can eat most any kind of food Two Sizes 50e and 100 perbL druggist does not have it IIr direct to F L SHINKLE Manufacturing Pharmacist MUNCIE INDIANA Otreulart and Testimonial semi on application No for