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T1 1 3 k c c k t1C Ik irt c TIIB ct CL j t t V CITY TIMESI 1 l f J IIfy Revival Closed a The revival at the Methodist church was concluded Tuesday night and Bro Hargett who did the preaching started yes terday morning for his home in Iowa Bro Hargett jsa most earnest speaker and his labors both here and at Kimbrell where r lie also held a meeting with Piss tor J Q Crawford were attended by success A Popular Teacher Miss Maym Groves who Was elected teacher in the primary r room of tho city school hasle Flowing iii Cei1J Wftrandas Pickets signed that position and accepted the first assistnrit place in the graded schoolat Warsaw with an increased salary Miss Mnymo holds State certificate and very fine teacher f Eclipse of the Sun The partial eclipse of the sun was observed hero yesterday by many persons The sun was little over onehalf obscured and the view was fine s it was to be eena sunrise and the light clouds were of serious hinder anco IPITTTSBURG VISIBLE THE ONLY EERFEGT t1 Visible Writing versal Reaches Send for Pittsburg y Clay HiMBLSS Citys t The store where you have been ty years with the most Satisfactory with the usual r F LARGE TYPEWRITERJ of General Merchandise selling to Boat Quality of Goods at the Best S saving of Many Dollars in a Little I Seasonable Goods z Am now closing out AT COST a line Goods Millinery and Etc In fact are included These goods though A S be sold to make roam for our New chance for School TOU If you need any of Full Line of the newly Adopted S School Requisites kept always on S Telephone 38 Goods delivered to S IIIM 5 I t lfiblANeE M i Wnchesitap is We Maoufaclure c Sjish t r lillnde tWeiherbgtifing jtaftrays bhinglesaad Etc- S ore a is a a a no It Unexcelled tir y Wear Headquarters forA 7 BuildingPaperr H it rFelt Roofing linioili FRoofiingE and Etc y tOt1 f 4 I1 Fo L end iis Your estimatesi ii 0 r ytrQmpt Shipment i tS jrfJir8 i fr y 1s + Y Ar r wr t- ir 5 K The L It E Extension A railroad movement of great importance to Southeastern Kentucky is the proposed extension of the Lexington and Eastern from Jackson breathitt county the present terminus to Hazard Perry county and thence to the Pound Gap region near the Vir ginia line A corps of survey ors have been at wore on this extension for several days and it is understood contracts have been Jet for the construction of thirtyfiive miles of the total ex tension proposed of sixty five miles For some time such an extension has been considered and now that it is an assured fact renewed attention has been attrracted to several of the more remote mountain counties richer in deposits of coal even than the more favorably situated counties with railroad connection- sIn the counties of Letcher Perry Leslie and Clay several large companies from the East have had representatives during the past few years and immense sums have been expended in ac quiring territory nnd testing coal deposits Eight or twelve different veins hive been investig ated and coat has been found as high as twelve feet in thickness One Piece of Good Road The two rails of road between n t r- Typtonls ve been nicely graded by theuse of the road machine until it is now in al most the finest condition possible for dirt roads This action on the part of the proper authorities is very commendable and il is hoped that the movement will become more popular with all until every road in the county u put in the same good condition A New Road The new road from Walters ville to a point on Black Creek above the high water mark is be ing opened and will be ready fu travel in a few days The open ing of this road reflects much credit on the officials who are responsible for this much needed improvement It will now ena ble travel to go from here u Black Creek the nearest way to Mt Sterling regardless of rain and high water Badly Shocked by Lightning The residence of Jeff McKin ney on Hardwicks Creek was struck by lightning Friday morn ing Mrs McKinney received a fearful shock which came proving fatal The bolt struc the kitchen flue and run dow the stove pipe killing a pig do- rand cat which lay under the floo directlyiindor the stove Mrs McKinney was about ten fee frpm the stove Had site been much nearer the result would ftaye probably been fatal rA New Machfac yW T Webb or widejawako jeweler and optition has recently installed one of Clements combined lathe and attachments- t Vyjth this maclune alj kinds of the most dolicatu atld complicit ed watchmaking ald repairing can be executed by Mr Webb with the greatest precision t v m V fink Jr p 1- r b1n f1 n CropI abun yenrI and as a natural consequence they are also very cheap p Still enough of this fruit is barely raised in this county for home consumption during tho apple season when in reality our coun ty should raise enough of this valuable fruit to supply the home demand for both summer and winter and at the same time haVe a large surplus to ship Death of Mrs Banahan Mrs Banahan daughter of J A Roberts died at her home in Lexington and will be brought to Argyle to day for burial Mrs Banahan when a girl attended school in this city was well liked by all her school mates many of whom will attend the funeral to day Our birth column is slightly swolen this week We are enabled to report six nil in this city Our columns contain all the important local news- Pleasantly Effective Never in the wayno trouble to carry eisy to take pleasant and 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 Itose There is hardly a week that we do not turn down some unf advertising proposition Soothing and Cooling The salvo that heals without a scans DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel counterfeitsrthey are dangerous Sold by M Rose Frost is reported from por tions of Bath county Monday herpwas no seen Take Kodol After Eating After a hearty meal a dose of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an aIthorough and a guaran teed cure for Indigestion Dyspep sia Gas on the Stomach Weak Breathk AnSoper says allrcan giv littletwas years She is now six and we havo kept it for her constantly but of course ehoonly takes it now when anything disagrees with her We feel grate ful for the benefit derived from its use and would not be without it Sold by M Rose For Sale Surveying instruments at low price as the owner has rid use for them For particulars callat this l otflce i i f- T wi 7 K- F wad The record and brief of the Commonwealth in the appeal- of the famous Caleb Powers case from the decision of the United States District Judge A M J Cochran have been forwarded to to the clerk of the Supreme Court at Washington Bath county will votexon lo cal option Saturday It is con ceded that after the vote has been taken Bath will be another prohibition county for the State The Only Way There is no way to maintain the health and strenth of mind and booty except nourishment There is no way to nourish except there thr ough the stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up No ap petite loss of strength nervousneje headache constipation bad breath 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 Mt and strengthens the whole digestive apparatus PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY up stairs In the Waldron bulfdlag rwhere experienced Practitioner may be found day and night prepared to execute all kind o high grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OHY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY S SS II L I SS SSSS Clay City s j National Bank 0 0Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000 0We solicit the accounts of In dividuals Firms and Corpora J Jiione and offer to our customers ithe most favorable terms cbnJ stetent with Sound Bankingand give them unexcelled facilities J for the handling of their busiJ ness with all possible Cure AccuS I racy and Pronlptnessi We have a SAVINGS DEIART lEN in which we accept deposj its from 81 00 up and pay 3 Interest compounded every six months I Correspondence invited on any line of Banking I Clay City ifaliorval Bark I KySs s L iLQP4r6 SPOUT SPRING r Asa Todd was in Winchester the first of the week foil busl lMess Morgan Lyle and Alvin Fuulk nor of Stanton were here Thurs day I s WE Heflin was among the f Winchester court visitors Mon dll 1i Messrs Thomas and W J Christopher Jr have each pur chased them u new rubber tire buggy A E Sams and family have r returned to their home at Win chester Russell Christopher has secur ed a good position on the works at the lock and dam Mrs Kate Heflin and children of near this place visited rela tives in Clark county several days the past week Wilmott McKinney formerly of this place has bought another farm of ninety acres in Olark county at forty dollars per acreMr and Mrs John W Daw son of Heidelberg visited the Jutters parents Mr and Mrs JVV J Barnett a few days this week Elder George W Mclritosh will preach at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday mornings at the usual hour it being regu lar meeting days Elder George W McIntosh sold to Dan Welch of Montgom ery county twentyfive head of twoyear old heifers for 045 00 and two steers for 20 00 each Peter A Wright who has been visiting his brother Elder B Frank Wright and sister Mrs James F McKinney the Spt few Weeks 6tiirtedMpn ayrior Ie 1iQm J1 attButler- Mo 1 John Burton and family who sold out and left this neighbor hood for Illinois last winter has got enough of the West and displayed fine judgment by returning to old Kentucky to re side Dont forget the auction of general merchandise at this place Saturday Sept 2 Every one who is looking for some thing cheap should attend this sale See hand bills for par ticularsSeveral from this place at tended the Old Baptist Asso SundayTheypresent Elder SilllsElkina leading minister of North Missouri was present and filled the pulpit a Beware of Ointments forCatarrh that Contains Mercury- as mercury will surely destroy the sence smell and completely deg range the whole system when en tering it through the mucous fur faces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as this damage they will do is ten folllfu the good you van possibly deriru from them HallsxCatarrli Curt manufactured by FJk Cheney COM Toledo O contains no met cury and is taken internally net = Jag directly upon the blood and inucons eurfacespf the s stemIn buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure the genuine It is taken internallyand made in Toledo i OhJobyF J Cheney 7 Qo Testimonials free f Sold l druggists Price 75c iperjbpttle Family Pills for con stipation 4 H t t y 7L tid OTHEIUULISIIEO EVEUY THUUSDAYi J E Burgher Publisher Sntscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance inherwise 7S Cents Entered all socondclnss snail mutter Thursday August 31 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience ofour sub scribers we haye club rates priceebelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 uOincinnati Enquirer 110 C Louisville Commercial 75 C Home and Farm 70 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce Ai = IIEBT EASTEH candidate tative in this the 73rd Legislative dis trict composed of Estill and counties subject to the action otheDemocratic party The Negro and Politics Samuel J Roberts editor of the Lexington Leader and a leader in the Republican party in Kentucky in answer to a de mand from negroes for recognition 6n the Republican ticket says nay No room for you Tins i is gentlemanly for SamHsh- ows decency on his part and will help to locally improve his party It is the negro question that has killed the Republican party when the negroes are to be found This is a white mans country and they certainly should run it and when any political party gets low enough down to place a negro on the ballot it is time for reformation and Bor Roberts has started it Heis to be congratulated for the stand ll lfHl f J J i V rel JVlW1 sure itis approved by all decent men of his party Over in Montgomery county however the Republican party has taken a different view of the situation so all who vote the tick et straight will be compelled to vote for the negro Henry Botts for coroner This action is in accord with the partys teachings s at Washington headquarters and will receive their commendation which is about all they can hope for in the face of such action Goes Us Much Better We Southerners are spoken as being cruel to negroes and etc and when we resent an insult from their hands our rural routes are stopped and postoflices closed and etc True enough vie string them up for certain crimes and it is also true enough that we string up whites for like perpetrations But we have never yet dynamited a negro church like they did over at Carlisle Ind last week For some time the two races have had trouble there resulting in the dynamiting the church and threat to run every negr out of town This is hard onTay lor Findley and other refugees A Well Qualified Candidate Many people are probably not aware of the facttbatacandi date for County Clerk must pass an examination before the Circuit Judge and Circuit Qlerk and from thorn acquire a certificate of competency Our candidate Mr Edward Rose passed such examination in June and secured a very high per cent such that is I seldom equaled by even men of+ of much greater experience InMr Rose tEDemo rats have al very strong candidate and wise is the man who refuses Ito oppose 4 N r L dL w lL him however great may be his fQrofiicek j v Talkis being made concerning the nomination for Governor by theDemoorats two years hence TheTiMj58 is for Col Henry Wat terson the great Louisville edit orFIe may have made ipis takes true enoughso have we everyone else and the Democrnf= ic too Col Watt rson is an honesiman and wejiiuch prefer such a character to one who never errors v The Democrat of Estill and Powell Bounties will hold muss convehi ions attiie untYlscats Saturday Se ember nth to se and instruct delegates to at lehd the general convention which will beheld at Spout SpringiTuesday Sept 11 W G Patrick the Kimbreil merchant isthe Prohibition candidate for Representative iii this district Mr Patrick JBa fine gentleman and would matte a model legislator Word and orksAagazine Rev Irl R Hicksjthc noted weather forecasterof St Louis Mo has for eighteen years past edited a monthly journal of national re putatatiqn Word and Works We have received Word and Works at this office and can testify to its Val ue as a family monthly Prof Hicks has just dicifled to change his Wmlly monthly to magazine form and with the October number tho monthly will be a beautiful magazine profusely illustrated with halftone engravings One of the early fall numbers of this magazine will contain Prof Hicks weather forecasts for the first six months of 1906 The January iOOG number will contain the weather forecasts for the second six months of 1905 e eto l ofihomagailn e will take the pfiace of the fuels Almanac each rwlllnow be found in the magazine nn much more The price of the WORD AND WORKS MAGAZINE is 10 cents per copy or 8100 year Send 10 cents for a copy of the October number which gives you full particulars of how the Hicks weather forecasts for a year in advance will now be given to the public WORD AND WORKS PUBLISHING Co 2201 LOC UST STREET SAINT Louis MISSOURI Wakeful Sleeplessness Is m Sign ofNerveTrou- bleand Should Be Looked To There are three different manifesta tions of sleeplessness i First hardly to sleep a wink all night second to Ho awake a long time before foiling asleep third to fall asleep soon waking up after several hours and then find It hard to sleep again They mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres somewhere In the brain cells somewhere In the blood vessels that carry blood to the brain something Is radically wrong and must be righted or the end may be worse than death NervineO ble are Dizziness Headache rack ache Worry Fretfulness Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They Indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy Fits Btr Vltus DanioT Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing Will give such quick and lasting relief as Dr Miles Nervine Mylhusbnnd had been sicicfor weeks could not sit up to havotjjls bed made getheitelther sleep or eatOfir baby girl wall sent away and all barred because he could not Btand B bit of talk proatration Nervine Wo began giving It to him steadilyImprovedMRS A O IIASKIN Fr1ylue FREE Write to iw for Free Trial Package of Dr Mlle Anti PaIn PIIi the New llclentlao RemedY Symptom Blank Our- Speo1a11stwill diagnose your Case ten you what wrong and U Free DR MI 8 M1a3nIcwl CO LADUIlATOam Idl INDo 5 Il 1 ot air I r t 7 fji4 i q fr w o NyWrf tfOOi F i i i t1 f t i Are nova arriving at Our Store for thet f r Fall Trade and the continuation of the Extremely tow Prices made will J afford an excellent opportunity for i N i Ii close buyers ofmerchandise in our 4 1 1 Bineto save money on every rtio- leri rthey may wish tq buyV r i J1 i 4 o- IBS d I lWI ik1J xa i tt I + S I y 1 I +++ + n+++++ f++++ +t+s++ + + of t i The Lightest eo Light RollsT And Flakiest Biscuit Are Made When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride rvrf i itike No Other Every Sick Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY 4Sold by our Leading Merchants rt k fI1 f + + + + INSURE WITH T t I P 4 LYON SONJI Agentsof i + i if l fitJt r Over i Represented f ii c If Every one who knows anything about insurance know iii + they are leaders in this line aii 1t+ + + + + + + +x + + +++++ +++ c l I 0TIo POLKA DOTCA51 ZA I Ji1R M1 r1wripaR 11114mc 1 I =Ori tS rwwwN u Wwwr w I I rlatoMIlOM tW of h the bell iavcumtnii in3 pays blj recurs la improved value lit a Mriif ea satspssss + Ivheryou piintbuj tx ly wnf- r Theses OM 1ttIItDttcibleuseaM7kuwsn ecry hOe Yrat ekwMedp M Tu Oi a MI U sly can war to set seed M It Imh rsab1y M e r IM mn good sewn wt kMv e 19B Littlepa 5SOnJ rILAIPI nltY 5 f t0 JJH 1 j L11 CLAY CITVg fj 01J Lw fji 1 THE TIMES 7 W i My AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER t tb THURSDAY AUG 811005 I BREVITJESri Mrs gully Niblnck of Log Lick was shopping in town Fri day Dais Wm Snowden Jr is quite sick at her homo in this t1V tity4 1 jt i JwJ McKinney of Winchester ftIv ib is the guest of his cousin Dorri f Mize 1 wt i Miss Grace Russell of Louis 1A 1 vine is visiting her sister Mrs 1 Jns B fl- ailiJohn i Swope of Vaughns Mill returned yesterday from a busi 4I ness trip to Eee county Mrs Charles Groves continues quite sick with stomach trouble at her homo in this city Ed Warmouth has bought prop- ertyy at Vienna and embarked in the general merchandise busi ness Mr find Mrs Matt Conleo and- Y little son Colvin are visiting Mrs Conlees brotherll CaUcUs burg Ky A E Sams and family o Winchester visited relatives the city a few days the first o the week Charlio Ewen has been engaged to teach the Snow Creek school in the place of WHIT Snowden resigned Win Ballard and John Shir t dohvof Millers Creek were here x tted material for o pew house Persons holding No 102 01 m inner set and No 072 on chair nndgetthemaIi MS firs Katie Bishop of Indian F apolls Indjis visiting her fath t er James H lnHUl at Bdwennnc other relatives in the cqunty ft A Mr and Mrs Grant Elkin o f Heidelberg Lee county visited l the batters father Mr Wm OIIosldns near the city a few day f the past week School will begin in this city lj n next weekmaid it is important iilJtc II derive the full benefit of theI w school f i Iwrctf I q treatment E7 r tlopnge for a very sore leg which has been giving him much troub le of late t Mrs Carrie Groves whtl has ht confined to her room sever 4 it1Lt11 s2th stomach and bowel Rwarsc t1 Lexing6ti If yil winittii jthvnys ho on time liltttr r iti 0 A Bi Trotlieroe formerly r 1 i fajiujl miller in tjitf Ohiy Uity Koll 1 trlJilThWIIS here yesterday He now has charge of a large mill at 1 Imiiiuirtpolis Ind 0 t r t TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY I i Take LAXATI VK BU011 L QUI jf curabanf box be a y J j 04 1i to tI 141 n v oi at 3 r t- u dr rRJp- I i A peculiar fact is that 195 began on Sunday and will end oti Sunday and therefore has fifty three Sundays Tliis will not occur again in one hundred and ten years Win Q Horn a former Kentuckian who hae for the pastfe years been n resident of3ub bard Gity Texas has mdvec from that place yto Texico New Mexico whither e has his papoi changed Jack Anderson has purchased aJot on Sixth avenue between Coulees and Prank Daniels for 150 00 and is erecting thereon n twostory business house wHich will bo occupied by himself nil a meat store when finished P A Wright who has been visiting relatives in time county the past four weeks loft Monday for Oynthiana where ho will be the guest of his brotherinlaw Joel F Reed a few days before starting for his home at Butler Missouri There is nothing more provoking than an ink orect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind tHkc it to WebLCJny Citys Jeweler and silver smithj and let him fix it All work guaranteed Dies of Wounds Gale Martin who was s6 bll l- yclitiha quartenary fight on accountfof hisf day Time other two injured men are getting along nicely and will recover Fiendish Suffering is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers tht+beat away your skin Win Bedell ofFlat Rock lI y u n lenss ArnicaSalve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the bes healing dressing I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns an scalds 25at SwnnnDuy Lum her Cos store guaranteed Taxpayers Rebel conedtax on bonds issued in 1871 Sev eral attempts have been made b thb sherifls at different times but they always found it pleas thce effort which always has been attended without succes The hoods state that the tax must be collected by the sheriff but the sheriffs always resign when re quired to collect and is appoint ed tax collector This is one way for people to mete out justice to sucheproceedings For Salefine Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which i s rich river bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and all nec ass iry out building+ Six good springs o i the place convenient to school and etc plenty of timber to keep fence up on the place will grow corn wheat tobacco and eVe erythingflse raised in the State Will 1ie sold us the whole or divid ed in two tracts This is a rare bargain Forpuriicijlar call on citywMans cnpacity for surilering ilicfeasvs life lie4 becoiiies civilisedv v to The pUblic vk lleginniog July l5tli rwilfstnrt- my wool carding factory near Will tersvSlle Will card for H cents er Pllutttliaptl whibro Ii lvu tuffs ivool will rdlurn r as ninny pI1imroT as jre- Cetve woolLEwis MASTIN y rfJ Jt i rrr zShg Y c v a- ri y u Held Over Oatnpbell Anderson who stab bed Gale Martin several days ago resulting inhis death had his examining trial before Judge Dericksoiiat Stanton Tuesday and Wednesday Ho was Ield over to Circuit Court in the sum of 500 00 which her gav Qund was released Peculiar Disappearance J D Ruhyun of ButlerviiIe 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symptoms of Iritllges tion and biliousness to Dr King New Life Pills He says They are a perfect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headacHe constip atlbn act Guaranteed Swnnn Day Lumber Companys store price 26cents- Mrs W H French livUu on the Lexington pike near Winchester was shot through time wiii don In her own homo Sunday night by a negro chicken thief The wounds are not necessariall fatal A Touching Story is the saving from death of the baby girl of Goo A Eyler Cum berland Md lie writes At the age of11 months our little girl was indeclining health with serious Throat Trouble and twd physicians gave her up We were almost in whets wo resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief i after taking four bottles she was cured and Is now in perfect health Never fails to relieve and cure a coughor cold At SwannDay Lumber Cos store 60 and 1 00 guaranteed Trial bottle free a BIRTH To the wife of Sum Ringo To Mr and Mrs Scott Wilt loughby a tenpound boy obertds a To Mr and Mrs John Ohnfli Tuesday August20 twinsboy and girl Time little girl died soon after birth Mr and MrsT E Niblack oyf a Weight nine and onehalf pounds Public Is Aroused The public is aroused to a know ledge of currotive merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric lilt ters fur sick stomach livr aiu kidneys Mary Hi Walters of 541 St Clair Avei Columbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wreced could nit sleepnnd mystomach wits so weak useless docturs drugs tout I couldnot eat Soon after bCr gimilngto take Electric Hitters I obtained relief and in H short tithe I was entirel cured Guaranteed lit SwanhDav Lumber Co store pries 50c I Some strenuous hunters make n specialty of hunting easyjobs r Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres otto mile frpm Clay City tooil duelling and out Mtililiilgs two never fulling springs Price 8000 one half cash This is 11 snub that will sqnn bu taken up h E Bunattea r J Townproperty qrsaleIJJ ffvtQ ottrtgcs on SevihtlC five witir8even lots buck of Presbyter un church Will be 801dnta bar gain Mi Hiiile k jatreldzt homo industry by buying the ties lour Snow Fluke tndWhieisi r 1 j Ir 1 F0 y r y o rt j e e tattling Facts A E BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought lithe best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need tit prices so low as to mako you wonder how we got them Everything from v uaper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Gake of Soap to CarLoad of Bacon 5 Bring on your produce and receive the best priccstthemnr ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle 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 bur Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Creek Lim WorksV R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY V Unslnckend Limo in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer nt Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime Co 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 Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb andeverything usualy found nt such an estublihsraent We fell direct to the planter and have no Agents Tree and Strawberry Catal agues on application to H F Hilleameyer Sons LEXINGTON KY M BAILEY jllercliant anj Cu- stomMILLER I I CLAY CITY KY Custom work six says in the we Fresh GronnJ Boliel Meal always on hand i i Grinds for ono ixth toll rtiSS THE Wmchestei Bank INCORPORATED N II WiTiiEnsrooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO- Wo solicit the accounts of SmliViil gals firms and corporations 848 C F DANIEL GLftY CITY KY Dealer In Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fat Chick ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel J IL EATON Prop as Table supplied with the best the marker affoids Everything neat and clean Rates S150 per day EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I IDESIGNS maygnlcklftlorc utrlctlrtonfldentU ANDDUOK on Patent sent free Oldest eecuren patent Patents taken through Mann Co recolys notice In the Scientific Jftnerkan A handsomely lllnttralM wooilr Threes elrt ralatlon of any iclentldo Journal Terms 13 a feart fppr montni f1 BoldbjrRll newidealen iUiiM COaetBteadw MEW Y Bnocb Office dab r It Waiblogton D s i i10 t f L l The startling announcement = is mule that the percentage of deaths from typhoid fever in i Pittsburg is larger than thdt of yellow fever in New Orleans Stray Steer Ared and white spotted yearling steer eilf in very go id condi tine strayed from my place July 4 Any information leading to his re covery or his return will bu liberal ly rewarded B F Curtis Clay City Icy Many a man asks questions merely for an excuse to air his own opinions wThis great stock medicine is a ItiupinBlackDraught renowned for tho euro of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring up the torpid liver and loosening the constipated bowels for ell stock and poultry It is carefully pro pared and its action is BO healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It- cures hog cholera and makes hogs grow fat It cures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens lay It cures constipation distemper and colds in horses murrain in cattle an1 makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumed It gives animals and fowls of nil kinds new life Every farmer and raiser should certainly siva it a trial a It costs 25c a can and saws ten e times its pica in profit Pmsuita KAJ March 1bwvb eansingyonTnDituihtS- tocic and Poultry UoUlMna 04 my totk for some time I bays UJcd all kind of stock food but I have found that yours U the beet for my J S HASBOfr Small Store Shall Expense Small Profits I o 1ndemand of our customers It is of a quality that you do not find often in even the larger drug stores Buyers here are absolutely sure that they are getting pos iirely the best the market affords in every line of drug store goods Because ofour email store and small expense we arc successful in competing with the big fellows who have big rents and big wages to pay Our prices are so low and the merit of our goods so great that it will pay you to go out of your way to come here The following is one of our offers ConstipatedHere You have tried piths You know by your own experience that a sic wont cure Let experience show you whit win cure fooclIUbcahmentArytubemass snakes bad blood which nukes bad health probablyauaa orUkcc pedal of tile Tape which Ktrengtbena the digestive organs and enables properNolie returned We know that Mull1 GraPe Tonic wilt cure you and therefore will you alarge sastple bottle o the great remedy if you haw never pken It We only ask that UM the contents the first bottle directed You don tobUgate yourself to buy any of the remedy FREE COUPON andiddrctle of hulls Grape Tonic to MaWs arT Oo MO TbWAva MNr IL- filarIw Z4ddrsaad WrtleHzfaty The 1180 bottle contain nearly three times tbeMcsUe This II one war we have of emC our customera We are looking out for your In taati as wen as our own Who else will do umnch DOME AND SEE CO LfrrcEPAGE SON i i kilnbrell Asa Witi tf Sand Bill was here on business last Monday Bro Crawford held services at Kimbrolls Olmpcl last Wednes day night and received four ad ditions to the church Everett Burton and Qiirfett Patrick of Blooininudale visit ed Mr Burtons relatives here the first of the week Franklin the little son of Mr and Mrs W G Patrick who huts been very sick with throat troub le is very much improved Will Moore of Fox was given the Democratic nomination for Justice of Peace hytheconven tion at Forks precinct lastSatur day Kinney Harris and cousin Miss Eliza Harris of this place at tended the revival meetingv at Clay I City Saturday night and SundayMrs Morris Larison wl o has been very sick is improving Mrs Lum Puckett is no better and but little hopes is eirtcrtain ed for hefTecovery Virden J E Fisher has completed his new barn Mrs Cook is expecting several boarders in this weeK Beckner Cook visited relatives at Lexington last week Miss Sudie Curtis is visiting her aunt at Elkin Sttition J E Fisher bought of Greely Snowden two steer calves for 25 M rs J D Grovesof Clark county visited friends here Sunday Wa ter i IinmBls In Chark county working in u tobacco crop Mort Powell hits moved into the house vacated by John Will iams Eld Frank Wright will preach here Sunday Come out every bodyJ W Baker is building large tobacco barn for Sam Flyn near Winchester Mrs Becca Williams the occupant of the camp hero started for home Tuesday George Everman wife and eight children visited aunt Mar garet Fisher Sunday Rev Swapshire of Clinton idle preached several interests g sermons here last week Oarhy Ewen began teaching school Monday at Lone Oak where Will Snowden resigned Mesdames Becca Williams and John Williams are visiting Bob Curtis at Elkin Station this week J D Groves of Elkin Clark onnty was here the first of the week hunting hands tocut to baccoUncle Ras Fisher left F i Jay Cannersville Ind to visit his children He will be ono about two weds GvD Cook is still ndding more mprovcmente to his new hotel vhicli makes it very convenient is well as admirable WkwbesterCourt There vere only a small iiiim Mr of cattle at Scobees Stock bards Monday most of them suite conmionbut most of theni Vero sold Four cents for a lot if one tlIJ811IfiIfoundsteersl1s hebc8tpriceoftho dnji D 1j 7 A large number of common sheep were on hand mostly sell ingat8 60to f53 75 each A lot of secondclass suckling mules brought 35 each- Aiftodgthe sales were the fol- IO Marquis Prowitt t bought 0 8teer8 52 lbs at 350 mid olio- weighiuQ0001bs0 at 3 Conner Horton sold to Fil more OsbprhQlO steers 940 lbs ut1r875 W A Stevens sold to Stanley Prewitt 5 steers 700 Ibstat 375 Thomas Bfp bought of W A Stevens 8 heifers 7CO lbs at 815 ES Witt sold a stcprweight 6501bs at 875 M Well bought 11 steerf weight 1000 Ibs at 4- WA Stevens sold 3 steers 750 Ibs at 875 Hyman Bush sold to S Prewitt 0 steers 7001bs at 375 E A Liver sold 8 heifers and calves for 40 and Dr Price sold a cow and calf to Scott for 20 E K Thomas bought of L 0 Rose 4 Southdown bucks at 12 50 each Jerry Reeves sold to AHow and Hampton 81 ewes at 425 each and to Hart Robinson 40 ewes at 4 each Charlie Forkner qpld toS P Hodgkin 50 mountain ewes at 375 Joe Hays bought of Cal Craw ford a lot of ewes at 350 each Cal Crawford sold to Jeptha Haggard 60 common ewes at350 Will D Clark sold toJas Bry na 77 ewes nt 375 each MrRankin of Carlisle bought of various s20 secondclass suckling mulesat an average- prico of45 W n1 hester Democrat m It is aSnethiug to know when to let go Many aman holds on too long It is Better tojump overboard than to go down with the sinking ship 6 IN PREMIUMS The Famous i A A ll1R1ho is satisfied withliis job neverrerrehes the top of the ladder A Guaranteed Cure for Piles I Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro I Drugglstsrefundwoney longsandingplication gives ease and rest 50c- If your druggist hasnt it send 60c in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co- St Louis Mo Henry i fattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature of CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ATTRAOTIOE DEPART REtfTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE 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