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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f m R THE CLAY1TTY TIMES 50 Cents a Year iq Advance We are here to help Clay City ii the SnrroonJing Country asi Oorselves 1 B Burgher Publisher VOL 10 CLAY CITY KrftHURSDAY AUGUST J 7 1905 1NO33 Killed By Train JerryMcIntosh conductor on the L E work train was run over at Mud Tunnel by his train Friday and a leg cut off He was put on board the caboose which was alone attached to the engine undjiurriedly run into Lexington whore the leg was amputated but the patient died soon after the operation from the shock and excessive loss of blood Dr Lit tlepage accompanied him from this city on to Lexington He attempted to jump on the train and fell under the moving wheOls y with above results He le aves Wife and two children Quit Clay City A man giving his name a Charles Taylor of has been at Mrs W H Neals the past few days but con eluded last night to shako the dust of Clay Qity from his feet and depart and with him a gold pair new shoes to Mr Frost a fellow boarder and a suit of clothes to John Wal ters another boarder PITTTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINE MADE rarnhclas rs boarding Saturday departed watchand belonging belonging Visible Writing Strong Manlfblder Un- Iversal Keyboard Light Touch Rapid Action PRICE 5J H- It Reaches the Demands of Business Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for catalogue and proposi tion to dealers Pittsburg Writing Co PITTSBURd PA SHIM IES3bLS Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing for the past twen tyyears with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual i LARGlb STOCJ of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable Go ds At Cost Am now closing out AT COST u line of nice Summer Dress Goods i Millinery and Rte In fact all Summer Goods are iicfuded These goods though seasonable now must Ke sold to make room for our New Fall Stock This is a chance for you if you need anyof these goods School Books Wr Line of the newly Adopted School Books andother School Requisites kept always on hand 38 Goods tlveredto all parts of the c- itySU1ssLs tI tEbIANcJPoNtG Clo Winchester Ky J MOlufactureiaSnsh 1 orn Blinds Weatherboarding Pickets- tStplrlsays Shingles and Etc StdrrdFronts Booneville Machine Telephone IiIII We are Headqucrters for Building Paper 0 gIlin7 Y i i ifhus YQur es imfites U fZ Lt ompt StaiFmtnts 41 V 1tTA krz a j n s b w JPI WrightI hvjing os Friday August 11 of can car and general debility Burial in the honors of masonry at the old home burial ground near Spout Spring Saturday August 12 in the presence of a large peopleDeceased born in Claik county Kyjuly 80 1820 and was consequently 85 years old Was married to Martha Ann Todd Sept 18 1847 To them were born three children all of whom are nov living Mrs Jas F McKinney of Spout Sprig is the oldest child Eelder B F Wright also of Spout Spring is the older son sand P A Wright t of Butler Mo the youngest December 25 1896 he was rob bed of his wife and most helpful companion but lie married n gain this time to Mrs Nannie Gentry of Richmond Ky a sis ter to his first wife and who now mourns his loss Since his last marriage he has lived in Cla Oity the greater artof the time Mr Wright united with th Christian chinch some sixty year ago and n noble Chris tian life a life worthy of emufn tion all Duping all of his life hewas pointer otjt as the of morals un hristianity Like ed the Masonic fraternity and with much zeal and activity per formed the duties of a most wor thy Mason For the last half dozen years however Mr Wright had been very feeble and unable to perform tliQ duties of his church membership and order with the same alacrity that he lid in younger days but it WitS not a waning of his spirit or will ingnessDeceased wnso a patriot having served his country in the capacity of captain during the Rebellion and there ed the brave loyal and willing spir it that always so plainly display ed itself whenever the question of duty appeared to him at nil epoch of life Folded are the busy hands In quiet long and deep eyesInMute are the lips and cold Of utcrancc mild and wise Hushed Is the car to earth In heavens glad supriseiStilled is the loving hearttOnce full service sweet Gone a loved one from earth Towalk the golden streetIEnded a useful Jife Ended all grieving andmin Ours the surrowful loss His the eternal gain Capitol Contracted for The contract for the construe tion of the new Kentucky capitol has been awarded by th SfaTe Commission nt Frankfort to the General Supply and Construction Company of New York The contract price is 800000 and a bond of 225000 will be executed for too completion of the work within two years from 1 signedThofrom the Bedford Lid quarries with a base of granite Young Graduate Clarence Akinsoti the six 1 teen earoldsou of County At torney John D Atkinson is graduate from Millikens School of Phonography at Lexington This is the youngest graduate yet turned out by this school and they prize this record very high Ily and have sent for his photograph which they will use in il lustrated circulars advertising their school which by the ways one of the best in the State Pleasantly Effective Never in the way no trouble t carry easy to take pleasant an never failing in results are DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills are a certain guarantee a gainst headache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resulting from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Cure Jaun dice Sold by M hose fleeting Postponed The protracted meeting did not begin at the Presbyterian church Monday night as was announced in our last issue Pus tor Irvin has been sick and for that and other reasons the meet untilydedicatioo day following September 10th Soothing and Cooling The salvo that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve 1No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammation tthMMtmcl1 t burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by M Rose Out on Ball o Matt Tracy has been released on bond in the sum of 1750 00 for the killing of Jim Willie Ware Judge Benton released the 750 bond required before Wares death which left the a nitunt as stated abouc Jus A Wallace of Irvine n cousin to Tracy and J R Stone filled the bond Fashionable Millinery Beautiful hats to please every ono at and below cost for ten days See at once illus W N Busts Kirks Store Clay City Ky J1 P Lyon of the well lrnonvn insurance firm F A Lyon fc Son Beattyvillo was in the city Wednesday lookirfg after the in surance businessjTake Kodol After Eating j After a hearty meal a dose of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaran DyspepsiaHeart Sour Risings Bad Breath andall Stomach troubles L A i1 Soper of Little Rock Ky says Kodol Dyspepsia cure deserves all i the commendation that can be given it ns it saved the life of our little girlwhen she was three years old She is now six and we have kept jt for her constantly but of course g ehC only takes it now when anything disagrees with her We feel grateful for the benefit derived from its use and would not be without it n Sold by M Rose S- a r 0 j r Church Organized IINew P Edwards of Estill successfulI school house near Union Hall ILtpto Saturday Elder Edwards has received twentynine addi tions and with this number a church organization was formed After the conclusion of the re vival Bro Edwards will servo thorn as pastor No man can be Hon dest without constantpracticel The Only Way There in no way to maintain tko health and strenth of mind and body except nourishment There is no way to nourish except there thr ough the stomach The stnmueh must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up No ap petite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation badbreatb sour risings rifting indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles that are curable and quickly cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat digestivena PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stain In the Waldron bulldlnz founddayhigh grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLOT OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY S Clay City- National i Bank w 0 I Capital 5000000 j Surplus 600000 0 i= Wo solicit the accounts of In dividuals Firms and Corporal liens and offer to our customers I the most favorable terms con andsivoJ for the handling of their bus ness with all possible Cure Accu racy and Promptness Wo have U SAVINGS DEPART lENT in which we accept depos its from 81 00 up and pay 3efo = interest compounded every six months Correspondence invited on any line of Banking 5 Clay City rational Bank S Clay City Ky 1 5 S SS S5 S 55 S SSSS SI S- a rf THE TUES PUIlLISnKD EVEllY THUllSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday August 17 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we haves arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENT Vfo are authorized to announce AL UeIre8cntative trict composed of Estill and Powell counties subject to the action of the Democratic party SPOUT SPRING Dont forget the auction of store boods at this place Satur dayMrs Texa McKinney of Ruck erville visited her mother Mrs James F McKinney the past week Mrs Flora Spry visited her daughter Mrs James Vaughn in Clark county several days the past week Several from this place have been attending the protracted meeting at Kimbrell which be gan there Saturday night Prof and Mrs Patton of Eu reka III who have been visiting the latters parents Dr and Mrs 0 H Williams for the past soy rlJ wee 8 are= now toTue 9 f relatlvesnn friends at Hazel Green The numerous friends of Jas F McKinney are urging him to Lecoino a candidate for Representative from this district and he has about consented to do so- Ho will be a very strong candidate and a man who will help to bring many voters to the Demo cratic party Quite a crowd attended the bu rial of Joseph P Wright at his old home near this place Satur day Ho was n member of the Masonic Lodge at this place had been for a number of years and was buried in Masonic honors by this Lodge He had until recent years lived in this community nearly all his life and has a host of friends who mourn his de misc Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contains Mercury MB mercury will surely destroy the sence smell and completely derange the whole system when en tering it through the mucous surfaces 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 HalJs Catarrh Cure manufactured by FVJr pheney Cx Toledo Oy contains no mer pury and is taken Internally act Ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces pf theo system dn vying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally und made in Toledo Ohio by FJ Cheney Co Tefitimonialsfree pld druggists Price 766 perbpttie + Take Ualls Family Ping forcon stipation c i- V Vi 4 r 7 CLAIMS ALLE WEIIr fBy the Powell Fiscal Court at dw October term 1904 and April Term 1905 r County Road Claims 0 Shimfessel tools for work on roadhh 8 8 30 Ben Ray team on road 6 OQ Sherman Willoughby team I on roadh h 400 Marion Curtistcam on road 800 S J MillerU U U 1100 Jack EadsU U u 300 G W Uur lsrock for county road 75 G W Curtis work on road 7 50 Clint OurtisU U U 5 62 Tal1dyOurtisU H 1 50 Marion Curtis U U U 112 Jack EndsU U II 700 Silns Johnson team on road 8 25 Thos Fisher work on road 2 66 John Curtis U u 87 W E Heflin 2 26 Soldier Hardy team on road 700 Grant BakerU u 7 00 SalllWellsH u 7 00 Melvin Gravett team on roadM 2 00 Joe Mountz team on road 2 00 Breck Oong eton team on roadM 10 00 Alvin lIon team on road 2 25 Chris DahielU u 000 MorsanGravett H II 0 00 P Hileyu H 600 Morgan McKinney tram on road 8 00 JefTMcKihneyteam on road 16 O- BF Berry U H 4 00 I N BerryU U 2 00 A E Barnett Son lum ber cw 63 22 John M Kennon lumber 1Q 20 A E Burnett hauling lbr 2 00 Thos Cooper team road 6 00 Chas Fletcher U U U 3 00 Thos Cooper H 4 0 00 Chas Fletcher 5 00 Berry Bros nails for repairs 25 Thos Cooper team on road 0 00 Ohas Fletcher U U H 5 00 Win ReedU U 16 00 WniBowen Jr U U 1000 Win Crow 400 Wm BowenJr 4 00 U lOZUV John Arthur 1200 Eugene French U 6 00 Mack Daniel 8 00 Win BowenSr 9 00 Mack Daniel 8 00 A Hall Co nails c 1 40 Richard McCall team on toadh 4 00 A Hall Co tools on road 0 20 S E Hall team on road 3 DOS 0 Barnard 8400 0 B Skidmore 1900 J 0 Scobee timber on road 1172 A 11 Bcnningfleld tim ber for rondh2 00 J M Conleo team on road 12 QO M F BennSngfiold same 000 It M Morton team on road 8 00 J 0 Scobee lumber 1000 H G Burgher Sonre pairs for road mach 5 15 J W Burgher team on road 9 00 Henry Stephens 3 00 J M Welch team lbr 2280 Wm Richardson team on road 2 00 P H Ewen team on road 4 00 Marion Welch 8 00 Grov Anderson 4 00 Tobe Kidd 4 00 J T Cooper 2 00 Harlan Swango mending tools for road 50 Henry Tipton team on road 2 00 H T Derickson team wrk 812 J W Williams 1312 Harlo Norton 6 87 M Hall team on road 0 87 Thos Coulee 1 87 Win Bowen jr 400 J D Kerr 1500 Bert Kerr work on road 2 22 H H Vivien team on road 8 00 Walter Lowry h i U 955 Henry Tipton repairs for road machine 100 John Pigg team on road 2 00 Thos Anderson wrk on road 8 00 W A Neal team on road 1100 Frank Adams 800 Lewis 1tIa ti i 800 G D Cook i 2 00 0 0 Curtis 800 Peter Todd 200 I It 500John Rose Tom Edge 80- 0JB Eaton lumber f ip 83 JB Patton team i 400 Boss Walters u 200 George AlfordH u 1 400 1j W A tteal ii a iI O0 Edwin Rose u1000J M Kcnnonlbrqnrqad 1112 John Rose on 500 Swann Day Lumber Co dynamiterc 640 Swnnn Day iiber Co nailsp 800 J Hti Hardwick lumber on roridh24f25A T Pettit team on road 4 50 GMDericiksonf 1 200 4200MorganMorgan McKinney same 800 00JJ F D W Martinhun berpn road 1 25 George Crow team on road 4 00 W J Hanks t 0 200- AlbertFaulkner ti Ii 200 E P Morel iQ lumber 2 Q0 Alvin Iraulinglumber l0 0 H Mackey team Ibr 0 08 W E Heflin team on road 200 A M Potts 200 T iJ Ware II 460- J B Eaton lumber 204 Mike King team on rond 400 J B Eaton nails lumber 8 05 Dud Parker team on road 200 JBEaton 618 J B Patton 200 J B Eaton Ii 800 SwannDay Lumber Com pany fuse c 0 75 Wm Bowen Sr eampn road 3 00 Maxwell Hunter lumber and nails 1825 D D Potts work on road 200 Medical Treatment Dr C C Kn xW 1000 s II K 760 It 1200 M Faulkner 10 00 t 1 0 00 C D Mansfield 9 CO C DAlan8 eld6liO-L iT Knox 13 00 JV FLemm f l 2000 Bi LittlepageM 800 J W Williams40 00 J E Lemming 700 B R SmithL 1100 J W Williams 20 00 Morton Faulkner 10 00 A T Knox 1T 00 u u u h 6 00 R A Irvinnl li 00 B Littlepage 2 DO M Faulknerw 2 00 A M SwangoL 17 00 J W Wilhams21 50 Pauper Claims A P Anderson IIS 00 William Hatton LI 10 00 P Y Drake clothes for paup 160 Silas Curtis h 10 00 H C Warmouthjv groceries for paupere1 1675 Mrs Flinchum 5 00 Neoma Charles J 10 00 Wm Brandenburg 15 0- 0MELaw rent for pauper 12 00 II G Burgher i 1000 M E Law rent for pauper 12 00 V C 1Iattinh 10 00 Rachel Flinchum 15 00 Baker Skidmpro hh 1 15 Obed Tracy h 15 00 A J Friend 1600 Sid Wasson 12 00 Wm flatten 15 00 James Foster t 10 00 Burial Expenses B F Berry Coffin e16 00 u I tt at 10 00 A P Anderson u i4j 7 00 Martin Drake Burialclothes G 98 0 H Mackey ll 1130 J S Ewen oxpenses 1C 00 Swann Day Coti t G 00 4 a I II 425 11 II e tiI 13 45 It I II cpffin 1800 t tI j i II v 1040 fl 1c 11 10 40 M u It1a00- t II a f 13 16 If 1400 P Y Drake burial clothes 255 LeonardBratt9njcqinP 500 r1 Expense of PoottFarer SwannDay LumborComdeo 8 8 55 CONTINUED ON1Ad 1i 1IItY R J i I g sri r l tL ft r r J JO h If 1w u r For OneLV i i tWeek Only tft e i 1l I From August 7tQi4 We will sell Everything in Laces Edges Hamburgs Lawns Percales and all Summer Goods AT COST 7 Remember one Week Oiily t rw o 0 J IRS 4 7a J WI WllLIAMS f 4 The Whitest White bake flr TOelLighlest Light Rdllsi i5 j And iArePearl and Bakers Pride Flour fTake No Other Every Sack Guaranteedt MANUFACTURED BY J ACAlN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants iI INSURE WITH FrA LYON SON The Lending iisiirnuoo A ot Eni torn KontuekyRepresented s Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders intbi line POLKADOT CANS lIIuiJ ffYtiv81ilJHB INl JrLaoraat Tiprrr rf iiraon+ w WSr4 i A mill Invtiimeni In point till gituly to ibc vtlM and bciuiy el your property lair make you a good netthboi by snatung a pod nciihboibood Qopd one of eapaesuvwhU uknoetkdgeI SiloiI B Littlepage X Son Jtl t r ft L r i CLAY cry t kVJ IS tr THE TIMES 11ANALL HOMEMADE PAPER O THURSDAY AUG 17 1005 i I LOCAL BREVITIESI 0 1ticMre Carrie Groves is quite sick with stomach affection Mrs Edna Self is visiting rely tives in Lexington 1t Thos Ogden Jr has sold his k paper at Stanton to It 0 Welch r p Mire J A Webb is visiting MngoffinOf3 r + Mrs Edward Rose returned ry f r Sunday from a visit to relatives at Cincinnati YG i Miss Mayme Groves is visiting friends atGeorgetown Paris and t Winchesterthis week = y Mrs Annie Thomas and litfcle E son of Covington are visiting relatives in tike county Mrs Bob Russell and Miss Geneva Adams are visiting relatives in Winchester this week TerrewHaute Indt working at the me wagesie Ed King was here r Friday with a latee drove of sheep which he badpurctlB din the upper coun tiesMrs Morgan McKinney of Vaughns Mill whose illness was noted iuour last issue ijj much bettor jlrs J W McKinney pXWjn chester but formerly of this c5u rity5ris quite sick at her home in that city v The largest excursionof the season was run from Cincinnati to Natural Bridge Sunday It consisted of ten fn coaches Homegrowuwatermelonsare becoming plentiful on the local market while we are also sup plied with some home peaches lYe have been having plenty of ruin again the past week and the corn crop by its presence is- noassured so far as the rain is concerned The Clark county fair was quite a success at Winchester last 7V week and the Affair will be reI peated next year but under a intich larger scale 1 Ben Mast in had a sale of all of his personal property near this ftMondayFside in the future f G W Anderson who resigned his position in the general office of wannDay Lumber Co last Spring hnj gone to work for this ompany again atau increased salary rxk puleswr n y i WfulL rtht Its red iiiaj Cato TheseIs PIlA U i 7 y r lo l vyfOl 4th yeIr 19Qu j We fro we1lpreplroll O do tins ClnFs of work X Ljf you wujt t always be IIJni tjceep your watch In good JrepuJrV See Webb lX if r wfW aTO j 1JrIt 7u3g1t e ltJ to cure ti ro rovo signatureis a eael + box 26 tI af 1ifor i I ii A c t l 1 i I Jt t Ji ii 0f t iic A CM 7rr e HY 3 t r J f r I 7 Monday is County court at Mt Sterling followed by the big fair everyday of the week Many of our people will go over to see the big show Mrs George S Ware is very sick at the home of Wm Ware at Vaughns MilL Her husband has closed his school at Bowen to attend his wife until she gets better Why not pay your city and county tax now you will feel better and so will the officers Sheriff Boone and Marshal John son will be pleased to wait on you at any time There was a partial eclipse of the moon visible here Monday night but it was too to totalseclipse of the sun August 80 but it will occur before sunrise here still it may be seen partially as the sun rises and up to 620 oclock when the shadow is pass ed Mr and Mrs Dudley Berry man and daughter of Wataeka Ill who have been visiting AI bert Crow and family on Hard wicks creek and relatives in Powell and Estill countis loft Monday morning for Winchester where they will be with other relatives for a few days and re I turn home There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jewel randsilver smith and let him fix it All work guaranteed BIKTHM Dr Littlepage reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs je Rogers Tuesday August 15 This makes three girls iorJtnia- nd no boys DrtRA11vin reports the birth of a daughter to Amos Cain and wife Thursday August lOjth This isflve girls for Amos snd no boys jl Fiendish Suffering is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skID Wm Bedell of Flat Ruck Mich says I have used Buck lenss Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the best healing dressing I ever found It Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at SwannDay Lum ber Cos store guaranteed A Card of Thanks I thank my kind neighbors for the kindness shown my husband during his recent sickness and death and to Brother Irvin for his kind talk and loving prayers Also to Brother Reynolds for like offices MRS ANNIE VIUOIIT For Sale Ftee Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is rich river bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenauthouge and aliniec cssary utfbillldlngs Six good springs oil the place convenient toI school and jetc plentyof timber to keep fence up on the place jWiU grow cord w ttobcconnd ey StateWilledzfnttwcItractai lliis asa rare bargufn For partiurur call QIi iE BUUOHKK CJayiCityV f f To The PsibHc Beginning July lbthI will start tny wool cardjng ctoiy near trevilluLW ilt a or fntiP 1 pouriUjtahdwhlro I receive m eecepn pwkewc2lI w11return sIriaI YP9tt8 OEj re 1rcTIxteivevyool J VJ8 I I r Albert Holman of Ohilicot1 Mo is visiting relatives in this county Mr Holman whois a former resident of Hardwicks Creek seems to be very well pleased with his western home We are All for It Secretary of State McOhesney has officially advertised the fact required by law that an elec tion is to be held in November next on the day of generalelec tion to determine whether the Constitution of the Stateshall be tunended as to return to the viva tce system of voting The Constitution requires that the Secre tary of State shall ninety days before an election advertise the fact that such a question is to be voted upon Peculiar Disappearance J D Runyan of Butlervllle Ol1 laid the peculiar disappearance of- lrlq painful symptoms of Indiges tion and biliousness to Dr Kings New Life Pills He says They are a perfect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headache constip 4lqn ect Guaranteed Swann Day Lumber Companys store price 25 cents The grunter dont deserve a decent handshake Hogs were not made to fellowship A Touching Story is the saving from death of the WJby girl f Geo A Eyler Cum berland Md He writes At the age of 11 months our little girl was in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds The first bottl gave relief after taking tour bcttlcs fche was cured and is now la perfeit health Never cold At Sw Day Lumber Cos store 50 and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free When a girl studies music just onlybePublic Is Aroused The public is aroused to a know J dge of currative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bit ters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary IL Walters of 646 St Clair Ave Columbus O writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wreced I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak useless doctors drugs that I couldnot e tSoon after be ginning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and in a short time I was entirely cured + Guaranteedat SYunnDay bomberCosstore price SOc It is a noted fact that when one gets by hookor crook that which he oughtnt to have the good of gone before he touches it and its worse to have it than to wautitFarm Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and outbuildings two never failing springs Pries 4O one half cash This is u snap that will soon bo takeout J E BUKQIIER Self sacrifice is wall enough ut dont yourself to be nieltodover forthee tallow trade r Town Property ter Sale Two cottnges on Sev n have with seven lots back of Presbyters un church Will be sold ats bar Jn V M Bailey Patronize a homeindusyhy bC8i FJfo r ipI 1 i 1 x j Startling Facts I A E BARNETT t SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them i 1 Everything from t uapef of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a Carload of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the field in Tanbarkand Ties and are Swapping your Unrle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY BlackCreek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1905 Trees by the Million Fruit and Shade Small Fruits drape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb andeverything usualy found ut such an establihsmenk We sell direct to the planterand have no Agents Tree and Strawberry Catal ogues on to H F Hilleivnveyer Sons LEXINGTON KY M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER II CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground BoltedMeal always on banl Grinds for onesixth tot r I 0 t llll THEWinchestei BankrINCORPORATE- DN H WiTiiEKSPOos Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of indiid uals firms and corporations 848 C R DANIEL CLftY CITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fot Chick onsfEggs and all kinds Poultry L i3 i I i GayCity Hotel JT H EATON Prop 11 Table supplied with the best the marker affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 81 60 per day IISO TriCe MARKIaendln2 akteb ariddeeertDtlOD IDA quickly ueertaln our opinion tree whether aD- ImenUon s probably patenlab aCommnntea eonadnt onPatenta encyforacnnlsemtsPatentI l ccu wtthoutmarge Ia the SdtltlfiC oRlitmalAhandsomely lllustrated weekly J araesl elF cultlon ot any elenUD journal Terms tW a iiy It never looked reasonable to us that Providence l ttBItit few men into the world ready booted and spurred to ride and millions ready saddled and bri died to be ridden We are told that love levels all things but often it seems like an uphill fight StraySteer A red and white spotted year ling steer calf in very good condition strayed from my place July 4 Any information leading to his re covery or his return will be liberally rewarded B F Curtis Clay City Ky IrotrR Because the liver is YitheonstJI1lbilioumeJl fevers Colds attack dilMaseabe alwayskeptwould bo almost unknown Thedfords BlackDraught is K successful in curing nJiverregulatoris not a strong and andhealthfulstipation and ma be takembr a posibleharmThe healthful action on the liver InTigorntil1g the liver and kidneys do not work regularly1 poisonous acids UlO waste from tho bowels t back into tho blood and virulent contagion results treatment with Thed fords BlackDraught remove the inconatipatioBliTeI positively forestall tho inroads of disease for which dig ease in advanced staRe there ilIno care Ask your dealer for a Dlackji Small Store I SmallExpenseSmall drug store is small but we carry I stock of goods that meets every demand of our customers It iof a quality that you do notfind often in even the larger drug stores Buyers here are poloi1elyevery line of drug store goods Because of our small store and small expense we Are successful in competing with the big follows who have big rents and big wages to pay Our prices are so low and the willipayhere The following is one of our offers Constipated Here Is a Free Cure You have tried pills I You know byjrour own experience that a phy III wont cure le experience stow you what will care foodinMUM makes bad blood which sake tad health probablyulshaveever5ed ItlsaUMlc containing special properties of the grape which strengthens the ana eaabtea thrusts do their work unaided sad proper il e- We yourtaoaeyreturned know that Malls Sets eoie will elite samplebottletaken U We only ask that you UM the contents of the first bottle as directed Yen doslohligate yourself to buy any of the remedy FREE COUPON Send this coupon with your name and bottleoffuUGrapeToaiclo MuVa Cow Tealo CL MO TkM Avs k iII w Gfar FMAUnu awl WrUt FUimtj The pjQO bottle contains tuarly three times IbelOesire mill oae way are have of ecestug our cmtomers We are looking out for your ins terests U welt as our own Woo elc will dp as mach COME AND 8BB O- SLITTuEPAGE SON v y i x r r 6LAiMSALLOWED v CONTINUED moii lAG i Expense of Poor Farmy JvbR20 78 allowance 85 00 John W Stokely keeping poor furm 60 45 J W Stokely same ttl 75 i Officers ClaimsR a M R Lyle copying indict ments 800 M It Lyle coal station ery 25 00 W G Frazier same 25 00 G M Doricksonstationery 5 00 D D Potts 5 00 A M Swango 5 00 Wm Townsend t 5 00 Wm Townsend office rent 0 00 Thos Boone cash Book 8 00 It sheriffs fees 08 10 F P Tracy Supt Schools 124 80 G M Derickson Judge 125 00 A M Swango holding special term Co court 10 00 J D Atkinson Co Atty 250 00 F P Tracy stationery 5 00 Y 0 Bowen Jailor 807 10 D D Potts member of Fiscal Court 12 00 Wm Townsend same 12 00 A M Swango same 12 00 Illos Boone fee 2 00 W G Frazier Co Clerk 112 50 Clerk fee 2 00 Wm Townsend holding inquest 0 00 M It Lyle copying indict ments and stationery 10 00 G M Derickson statnry 5 00 Wm Townsend u 500 A BI Swango 5 00 D D Potts 5 00 Win Townsend office rent 000 Thos Boone Sheriffs clm 179 00 Y 0 Bowen Jailor 82785 F P Tracy Supt Schools 124 SOY 0 Bowen boarding prisoners 9 00 G M Derickson Judge 125 00 JD Atkinson Co Atty 250 00 A M Swango member Fiscal Court 6 00 D D Potts same 6 00 Wm Townsend same 000- WG Frazier Co Clerk 115 45 1 F P Tracy sruttOTCT WGTrazierru 1000 niscellaneous Claims Dutch Crow waiting on smallpox patients 4 00 Marion McKinney voting place 2 00 J publishinglist 20 62 Albert Johnson arresting lunatic 1 80 A Hall Co electn sup plies 170 Hardwick Co furniture for jail 49 50 R Noel lime for Court House yard 19 70 R A Irvin interest on claim 82 00 Clarence Atkinson taking evidence 5 00 Hardwick Co jail acct and interest onnote 08 29 310IH yard 1000 H BTipton repairs onO H 8 20 Y 0 jaillot70 00 Mt Sterling Advoctc Pub Ihhing Company 97 00 J H Howell boothes for election v 1 00 Thos Boone election comr 4 00 A Hallct t 400 E FrenchU It 4 00 Officers Registration F M Hutchinson 20- 0JW Tiptonw 200 J A Webb 2 00 A M Burgher 200 I S Boone 200 W H 2 00- MileFaulkner 2 00 S H Hardwick 2 00r Officers November Election 1904 T A Qpdell2 00 T B Ware SOB B Hutson 280 D 0 Blorehead 2 00 J H Tipton 2 80 Miles FaulUnor 2 00 I SBoonc280 0 W Rice t 2 00 i Green Spurlock 2 00 J P Lcwis2 S- OMF Skidmore 2 80 L G Wills 2 00 V 0 Martin 2 00 p P t 00 J 80oWm Townsend 2 S- OAT Knoxl2 00 F M Hutoliiiiabii 2 80 J W Tiptou 200 A M Burgher 2 80 Henry Wal ron 200 BF Wright 2 80 L 0 Lyle 2 00 R T Kennon 280 Allen Gravett w 2 00 George Faulkner rP 2 80 J W HoltL 200 N M Hall 1 2 80 Dennis Spencer 2 00 v Officers Local Option Election Thomas Ogden Jr280Ja-mes Ware 2 00 Thomas B Ware 2 SOD 0 Blorehead 2 00 J E Lemming 200 Miles Faulkner 200- I S Boone 00 0 W Rice 2 00 J P Lewis 2 80 G S Spurlock 2 00 Charles Bowen 2 SO L G Wills 200 James H Howell 2 00 John Knox 2 80 William Townsend 2 80 A T Knox 2 00 F M Hutchinson 280 Joe W Tipton2 00 A M Burgher 280 Henry WtldronL 2 00 B F Wright 2 00 L C Lyle 2 80 B T Kennon 2 80 Allen Gravett 2 00 George Faulkner 2 00 James Bowen 2 80 N M HalLr1 2 80 Dennis Spencer 2 00 Genet We are having plenty of rain hero and corn crops look well Jim Redd and familyof this place visited his parents in Es tillcounty tjie latter part of last weekDavid Howell left here Sun day evening for Barker where he has a large cent t of tie haul litt rorrlni1k Mesdames Nafocy Crab tree and Alice Morton were guests of Wm Morton and fain ily at Bowen Monday Among those who attened church at Rogers Chapel Sunday from this place were Misses Ida Mullens Mary and ora Spencer Janie Ida and Iva Morton Tet Adams and Weed Adams and wife Goo Crabtree and wife Mr and Mrs J A Crabtree and Messrs J P and GR Crab tree Ben and Dillard Smith all report a nice time Virden Ben Hudson was at Clay City Saturday on business BIr Col Parvin and family are at the hunters camp this week James Johnsotinnd family vis ited John Berry at Argyle Sun day Mrs C 0 Curtis is on the sick list at this writing with neuralgia Marion Curtis of Snow Creek J 1rkG W Eyornittn i fiit lug relatives In Bladison county tliis weekI Miss 4esso Evorman visited Miss Sudio Curtis from Friday until Monday Bob Stanhope of Pilott View is here having a lot of tobacco sticks made Several of the Virden folks at tended preaching at Powells Valley Sunday and Sunday nightMrs fB Ware and two daugh ters Misses Lillie and Mary were the pleasant visitors of Mrs G D Cook Monday Mrs Bedford and daughter Miss Mary who have been board ing at the new hotle for the past month returned to their home at Paris Sunday Money may be the root of all evil but it is the women who are always persuading us to dig it up If all women were as good as they look men would not marry them It is a trite saying that the rolling stone gathers no moss It is equally true that the one which is always stationary gath ers little else A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro trudingPilea Druggists refund mon ey if PAZO OINTIUENT toils to cure any case no matter of howlong- standing in G to 14 days First application I gives ease and rest fiOc If your druggist husnt it S TJl e IC in stamps and it while forwurde1 postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo Jf Ir Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irritating Pains and Aches Dr Miles AntiFain Pflla are for womenWomans delicate nervous oronlssn Uncles to the least jarring Influence a4some ache or pain is the result The remedy Is at hand Dr Miles AntiFain Pills They act most marvellously on Woman nervous organism and sellers and euro the pains to which she Is a martyr I Headaches neuralglao pains monthly pains and all kinds of pains disappear as If a gentle hand bad lightly soothed them away Dizziness Rush of Blood to the bead Toothache Daskache are all cured by these Little Comforters Cured without danger cf disagreeable aftereffects cured quickly cured with out unnatural action on liver stomach orotherlntelllA1oraauDJ please the women and tho children take them because they are easy to take and soothe all their sufferings For years I had spells of stele head ache at times guttering untold agonies I could sot endUfeany excitement Oolnr to and even visiting brought on these wwlaurelet tried numerous remedies until I tried Dr Miles AntlPalH Pills and they have cured me When I feel smp toma of sick headache I take a and Ward off the attack when I amtlre4 and nervous a l soothes meMRSBARBS WATKW8ON Biairstown IPrice Xo a box Never sold In balk to MS for Free Trial I Dr Mlle Anti NeW Symptom Bclentlflo RemedyOur diagnose yeur ease tell B na- t DICArigs y I 1 LiI3ART QII KodolWrite 1 TdM Laxative Qmmm Tom lliwlli rTut l j Na jrf r j fFi I The Hagan Gas z s- orGasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable much Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialtyt THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTBB KY s KILLnf COUCHApe CURE THE LUNC WITH Dr Now Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION 1180IHBurwt and Quickest Ours for all THROAT and LUNG TSOVB LM orxomnr BACK Lexington EasternRy Effective May 211905 EASTBOUND No 2 No4 DallyStationsLv Lexington 225 748 Winchester 810 835 LttEJunction 823 887 Co Olay City 8M 0W fr Stanton 406 023 Rosalyn 4i2 988 U Natural Bridge 485 954 It Torrent 449 1008 BeattyvllleJuno 511 1029 O do K Junot 6 1190 Ar Jackson 610 1180 WEST BOUND Stations Lv Jackson 0 K 20 U 26 Torrent Natural RosBlyn 22 Stanton OlnrIf L E 10 4 Ar Lexington Nos8 and for Oannel City k K Railway Nos 1 and 8 with 0 a O for Trains NOB Beat tyvllle for daily except J R BABB Gen Agt II KodM J DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The SI 00 bottla eooWas Stitimasthe trial skawbleo sails for 60 o- srasratae ONLY ATTSI twsoskrITOr E C WKTT ie COMPAHT CHICAGO ILL SOLD BY M ROSE III F To 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