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THE f CLAY CITY TIMES IK 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL 10 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1005 NO SO I Association Meets The Boons Creek Baptist As sociation will bo held with the church atProvidenceGlark county Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday September 12 18 and 14 Powells Valley and Filson churches of this county belong to this association Another Bank for Irvine The bank at Irvine which will be the second one for the Estill capitalseems to be a sure go A lot adjoining the handsome new hotel has been purchased and a modern two story brick We bank building will at once be e rected Now In Missouri Many of our readers are ac with Mr A 0 Berry who moved from State to Burlington Kansas last year We are just in receipt of a letter from Mr Berry who again mov ed this time from Kansas to Bar nett Mo in last Ho inclosed a dollar bill on tion and said that the best of crops were in that state in spite of the fact that it went Republican last year I PITTTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINE MADE Flowing Blinds Verandas quainted February subscrip V Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder Uni versa Keyboard Light Touch Rapid Acti- onPRICE 75 It Reaches the Demands of Business Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for catalogue and proposi to dealers PittsburgWriting Machine Co PITTSBURQ PA t SHIMPBSSELS Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing for the past twen i ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual f t LARGE STOCK of GenerulMcrchandrsc 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 Goods At Cost rl Am now closing out AT COST a line of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery ancLEtc Jo fact Full Summer Goods to are ii eluded The8ego6ds though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Fall Stock Ibis is a 1 chance for you if you need any of these goods School Books S Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always on hand j Telephone 38 Goods delivered to nil parts of the city L SHIMFESSEL5 F t RELIANCE MFG Cot f Winchester Ky Manufacture bush c Ceiling J d Wfatherboarding1 Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc K Store Fronts i this raised tion o We aretjeadquarters for nuihJingInper V t Felt Roofing i Flintoid Rppfiing j TV and Etc v- e J- c b Send US Your esiJjna1eii Itrc ShQpinenlsr If y tvY S x P u twr 1 r T s I ry 4 +y I fr7r ti ur M i Cr ef tz Death of Mayor Terry Sunday afternoon Mayor J H Terry passed away at his home in this city of tuberculosis aged 42 years He leaves a wife two children and a host of friends to mourn his loss The remains were taken to Paris Tuesday for interment where he was buried with the honors of Masonry he being a leading member of the Lodge in this city He was also a member of tho K P Lodge For quite awhile Mr Terry had been connected with the city council having served two terms as councilman and was elected Mayor of the city four years ago In this capacity he served his people well at all times acting fairly and honestly- D R Daniel H 0 Warmouth W W Wilson B M McPherson Sam Carr S D Rose and Louie Bradley all Masons ac eompanied the remains to Paris Another New Road A petition will bo filed with the County Court at its October term for the opening of a new road running from a point near the Hoskins grave yard on the Spout Spring and Clay City road about one half mile from town through the W A Hoskins land and others so as to intersect the new bridge crossing tho river at Waltersville Tho proposed new road will give a good way for citizens living in that Section to get to town afall stages of the river and with the ferry at Tip tons ford travel will find no hin derange between hero and Spout Spring Irvine and all parts of Estill county The new road will be worth much to Clay Oity D R Mountz is the promoter of the road and to him many thanks are due This will make two new roads opened to connect the now bridge Women Interested Very great interest is being exhibited by the women of Ken tucky in the exhibits that come under the specific heading of the Womens Department of the State Fair This isexceedingly gratifying to the management of the Fair because the Board of Control made very liberal provis ions for this department and has used every effort to arouse inter est among Kentucky women in preparing exhibits for it There is very good reason why Kentucky women should feel the same patriotic interest in the success of the Fair as should Ken tucky men If classification hind been arranged uoly for horses cattle sheep and otherlive stock our women might claim that these were subject of which they had no knowledge and which did not interest them But as long as such adequate provisions have been made for products that per tain particularly to the feminine element of our household it isI natural that the women should feel the deep interest which they have already manifested Having Some Trouble They seem to be having some trouble with their postofllco authorities over at Richmond J It will be remembered thata few I weekVago John Ballard rraslskI r 4 i Y r l MY a 0 1- t if 7r whileIarrested on the same charge Ep erson was a rural route carrier Raising Sunflowers If a person in Powell county should plant twenty acres in sun flowers people passing his place would surely call him crazy but this would not be the case every where They are in some parts of the country becoming as sta ple as corn and are said to be more profitable The writer has for the past few years grown a few in the garden for chicken feed and find that they thrive on them better than other grain Cattle will also readily eat them when threshed or in the pods and are fine for anything that will eat them The tender parts of the stalk while growing is also greedily eaten by cattle Over in some counties of Indi ana they grow them for market at a handsome profit Olive oil is said to be made from their seed and stock and poultry con dition powders are also largely mado from them nay Yet Be the Richest Elliottt county which has all along been considered the poor est county in tho State from u financial point of view may yet be one of tho richest David Draper a diamond expert from South Africa the leading diamond field of the world reports that nowhere has he found as good indications of diamonds as in that county We hope to see the field prove valuable and also that it may extend across Morgan and Menefee counties and into Powell After the Railroads For years the railroads in Ken tucky have been charging ex cessive discriminatory and ex tortionate freight rates so a short time ago Governor Beckham culled the attention of the Rail road Commission to this fact Acting upon the Governors request in this matter a thorough examination of the rates charged by each railroad operating in the State will bo made by the commis sion A new schedule of rates will likely be fixed for each road Pardoned and Died Joseph Firestein the young Jew of Oampton sentenced to the penitentiary for two years by the Estill Circuit Court for man slughter in Wolfe county died of typhoid foyer last week Ho was pardoned by Governor Beck ham just a few days before he died Indictments Stolen Unknown persons broke into the Mt Sterling court house Saturday and stole thirtysix in dictments from the Circuit Clerks office A number of the indictments were for illegal sell ing of whiskey while the ma jority of the others are for gambling I For Sale Surveying instruments at low price as the owner has nouse for them For particulars call at this oTHce 1f y tt 4 v Kills a Negro John Fritz a young merchant of Waco shot Richard Deather age an eighteen yearold ne gro boy through the heart kill ing him instantly Fritz and Deatherage hud a disagreement over some trivial matter when the negro left for his home to getIhis gun With the avowed inten tion of killing Fritz The latter secured a rifle and as Deather age approached with his gun fired killing Deatherage Dont forget the mass xonven ventions at the county seats in Powelland EstillcountiesSatur day to select and instruct dele gates to attend the general convention at Spout Spring next Tuesday Quite an epidemic of typhoid fever is prevailing in various parts of the State Our neighbor Winchester has quite a num + ber of cases B M King commonly known in the West as Popcorn King will give a free lecture at the Gymnasium Hull Monday night PROFESSIONAL CARDS unnMnnnmpnnunMn4nnMMrVNnbnnnggq Dr Bertram Smith w Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up italri In the Waldron bulldln where an experienced Practitioner may be found klndsohigh R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D y PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLOY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY u I Clay City s National Bank j 0Capital 5000000 j Surplus 600000 I 0Wo solicit the accounts of InI dividuals Firms and Corpora tion and offer to ouccustomers the most favorable terms conI n sistent with Sound Bunking and Igive them unexcelled facilities for the handling of their busi I ness with all possible Cure Accu Iyracy and Promptness We have a SAVINGS DEIART depospitsinterest compounded every six months I Correspondence invited on any Hue of Banking t Clay City National Sank I Clay City Ky I II Ii 1 T- IC0 ca i A 4 S SPOUT SPRING J W McKinney of Win chester was here onSatur dayIWilliam Edge was in Stanton the first of the week on a busi ness mission Mr and Mrs Bonny McKinney of lluckerville visited ref atives here Saturday and Sun day s Miss Nora Todd accompnnied her cousin Miss Amanda Todd on a visit to fver home at Irvine lastweek Thomas McKinney and Dr 0 H Williams wore at Olay Oity and Stanton Monday on a business mission Mr and Mrs M S McIntosh of Olay Oity were the guests of the formers brother Elder George W McIntosh on Sun day Ike Sams left Friday for the state of Michigan to reside in the future Mr Sams lived in that state for several months not long since Owing to the funeral and bu vial of little Franklin Patrick fit Jack pns Chapel Sunday no services were held at the Baptist church Moses McKinney and sister Mrs Maggie Lewis of near Mt Sterling were guests of rela tires ai Kimberll and this place Saturday and Sunday The auction of general mer chandise by W J Christopher Jr at this place Saturday was very well ntfended and the goods sold brought pretty fair prices Elder B Frank Wright of ytiisrPl e h aSbeeircalled by the Christian church at Virden to servo them for the ensuing year as pastor Elder Wright has accepted and preached there SundayMrs Henry Tuttle of Fox formerly Miss Dollie Christo pher of this place h is been quite sick at her home the past week but we are glad to state that at this tulle she is beginning to improve or At the residence of David Larison father of the bride itear this lacc SSurdsv even jing SQptelnbero Mr Henry r wasmarriedto Miss Flpr ence Larison This is MT Hulls second venture on the matrimo niaLsca w Q Mr lHl11rs Jeff Wright 4 who have been visiting the for ipers father Elder B Frank Wright and other relatives in the county left Thursday for their home at Butler Missouri after having spent four weeksiir their native State Hows This 1 jWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh T that cannot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENEY ft Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known r If J CHENEY for the last 15 years nl believe him perfectly hohorable in nIF Husiriess transact ions and financially agile to carry out any obligations made his firm AVALDisd KINNAX k LnAINIVholeeaU truggi t8 Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and raucous surface ofthe system Teetirnpnialu sent free Price loc per bottle Sold by all r Druggists f F THE TIMES I IUDLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J 15 Hunjhcr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in a J vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday September 7 1905 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 tt Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 7q t t Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce At DEnT EASTEK candidate for Hepresen tative in this the 73rd Legislative dis trict composed of Estill and counties subject to the action of the Democratic party n The TIMFS has always favored the municipal ownership of pub lic utilities in cities and was glad to see the Democrats of Chicago and thoirMayor Dunne takeup this policy and take steps to carry it into effect We never did believe in paying tribnte to fat corporations when it is avoidable Cities we think should retain the franchise for telephone exchange waterworks electric lights and other utilities Mayor Perry of Paris is another convert to the municipal owner ship idea and is openly and boldly agitating the new policy Bad company is like a nail driven into a post which after the first or second blow can be drawn one wicn little uuucuicy but being once driven in up to the head the pinchers cannot take hold to draw it out which can only be done by the destruc tion of time wood You may be ever so pure you cannot associ ate with bad companions with out falling into bad order From impure air we take diseases j from bad company vice and imperfection n n A person iff held by the public in the same esteem that he holds himself If he holds himself as a fop he is considered as such jjfl- e holdshimself asa crank he is sOlooked upon ifho plays the rascality role he is watched as such if ho cant rise to decency whetlieMn politics or out of pol itics he can hardly expect to bti considered Idecent creature Jas G G Rogers who for a time was so prominently mer ijdatenow flatly race so the field is left open for some other good sacrificial partisan in the gto p Jim is a good fellow and wo are glad to see him keep out of the unre munerative project We say success is 7 easier than failure that a man who makes a success in life works less wor ries less and has an easier turo generally than tho man who makes a failure and spends his time in felling how he is smarter than other people but that Juck has been against him Of course readers of the TIMES are of the successful kind Henry Botts the negro append ant of the Republican ticket Montgomery county has se r ofI his connection from tile r Botts has acted wisely nlievated himself in the estimittiQi- lofall decent people For a time W + L Welch was prominently nientionedas a Re publican candidate for County Clerk but we understand ho will not mako the race and has accepted a position as traveling salesman fog the Paris Milling Company Mr Welch is a fine salesman and would have made a good Coujity Clerk but the Democrats of Powell have al ready named tho man lot that place t The vote on the question of re turning to the viva voce system is commanding considerable at tention Tho writer was not old enough to vote under the old system consequently knows but little about its workings but wo do know that the present system is unsatisfactory and those who voted under the old system are very eager to return to that meth od Word and Works Tlagazlnc Rev Irl R Hicks the noted weatlier forecaster of St Louis Mo hits for eighteen years past edited R monthly journal of national rb putatation Word and Workse have received Word and Works at this oflice and can testify to its val ue as a family monthly Prof Ilicks has just dicided to change his family monthly to magazine form and with the October number the monthly will be a beautiful magazine profusely illustrated with halttone engravings One of the early full numbers of this magazine will contain Prof Hicks weather forecasts for the firstsix months of 1900 The January 1900 number will contain he weather forecasts for tho second sixmonths of 1900 These two numbers of tlid magazine will take the place of the Hicks Almanac each year will now be found in the magazine an much more The price of the WenD AND WORKS MAGAZINE is 10 cents per copy or 100 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 bo given to the public WORD AMD WORKS PuiiLisniNO Co 2201 Loo UST STREET SAINT Louis MISSOURI Wakeitd Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To There are three different manifesto tlons of sleeplessness First hardy to sleep a wink alt night second to lie awako a Ions time before falling ocleep third to fat 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 tho blood vessels that carry blood to the brain something Is radically wrong and must bo righted or the end may bo worse than death To right It take Dr Miles Nervine Some other symptoms of nerve trou Lie are Dizziness Headache Back ache Worry Fretfulness Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy F1tsSt Vltuslance Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing will give such quick and last ing relief as Dr lilies Nervine My husband had teen sick for Weeks could not sit up to have his bed mado getheneither sleep or eat Our baby girl was sent away and nlfcallors barred be cause he could not stand a bit of talk Ing I read of a case of nervous RestorativeNervdneand In a few days ho was oba steadilyimprovedromJ A U IllCINi 1recvIUo FREE I1acklIePain Pills tho Now Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will your case tell you Is wrongnndhow to right It reo DR MIJAS CO LAUOBATOniEB BUOiABT JND rS 1 in ot 1 i 2NeW tbodsf ji I i Are now arriving at Our Store for ther4s i Fall Trade and the continuation of i t the Exrtemely Low Prices made will t I afford an excellent opportunity for ic i close buyers of merchandise In our f i Line to save money on every article rJ i they may wish to buy r I o t 4 t t- oI t MRS 1 I WILLIAMS J t J 3Clay City Ky f 1 The Vihest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit AIo Uliulo When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY jSold by our Leading Merchants I i H+ + I to t + + I 2 + 2 ot + + + JI 1FJ A LXNySU0RN rr- HS NP J TlioJLdatlliip InHninuco Agentsm of JEuHtoru iContuolcy s 4- i ti i i Over 200000600 r t Represented + 1 Every one who knows anything about insurance know a t+ they are leaders in this line 1+ ++ + 4+++ o t+++ f+n ISItfi t +++ + ++ + r t BEAUTIFY y0UK HCBr i11fNlnl lI h tortutMemortBdum cTp + w a5- MNMIrr wtWMM uY = Mt1Ia making rood I the bus investments and pays big rtiitn la impro ca viluci Ill fuiiag But when you ptintbuy only t 4tti rtCLAYCITY tea iI There I lone roiluablereason whYI reason very honen painter + rae Oit lr Ikf Luc at Pant and the awe lo get to pure Irom vhe dealer barrel not from the reidyraitcd pant cii The e fa wnh lifiKtd oil gallon for gillon it PAINT tnd wt t tIfor every good rrwonwe know = 1 1 g P Littlepage 8c Son IWLOCM BMNT con ANY a 4 ffiKY r ii r FHETIMES k AN ALL IIOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY SEPT 7100 1 v LOCAL BREVITIES T We have had several very pleasant days this week I The Clay City National Bank has another one of their fine statements in this issue Miss Bettie Ford of George I town is visiting her friend Mis Mary Graham Elton this week I Mrs 0 Shimfessel who has been quite sisal for several days i with spinal affection is now im proving IElderJ WrMcGarvey Jr of the Bible College Lexington is holding a protracted meeting at the Christian church in this city Monday was Labor Day but aside from the postoflico and bank no difference could be detente between it and any other day of the week i Mrs Edith Mize formerly of t Vaughns Mill this county is moving from Winchester wirer she has liyed the past fewyears to Lexington aWe are glad to learn that Prof Geo D Hancock of our city school last year has heiret 22000 by the death Vof a rich undo out West tom Martin and Campbel Anderson two of the injured s men in the fight on Black Creel several days ago are both go I ing about and will get well c There is an epidemic at Frank wfortand the city school has not been opened on the account of it There are at least forty of the children now with the disease MrsOarric Groves who wilt last week taken to St Joseph Hospital at Lexington for treat ment of a severe attack of stool noli trouble is very much im proved John H Vivion held the lucky number 102 which drew the limner set offered as a prize by Mrs Williams No 972 gets the chair which so far has not been I called for I t s li of which wn to hawo bee- nJI f i begin Tuesday morning was h = poetlmnsrtdtolwaccount of the ba= canny two ver robins These two places will likely be filled and the school begin next fIondaDorris Mize and George Little pagd left Monday morning for Hazel Green where they entered school Tuesday For the past tub years Dorris has been attend ing school at Grand View Tenn while George is one of the graduates of our own city graded school last June We wish the hn unbounded success If you want to always bCon time kiiji your watch in good repair Stsi Webb v TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tike LAXATIVE BROMO QUI t NINE Tablets All druggists re fund the money if it fails to cure K yf Groves signature is on each box 25c4 There are a number of people through the county who most i s heartily appreciate and enjoy iCRd roads that are whiling a WI1 u good portion of t heirtime- utt unprofitable pastime and eport j h r o II J340 1 ya 1 j f wYJ l WR v s c f = AJJii If these same persons would only put in say half of this time in work on a stretch of roud bpi deriiig their place how muc better our county roads would soon be Foot Mashed off Robert L Moreland brakcmai oh a local freightwas run ove r by a tram in this city early Mon day morning and had a foot so badly mashed that amputatioi was necessary Dr Littlepngi accompanied the injured mon to the hospital at Lexington where the operation was successfully performed Back from MissIssIppI Louie Bradley returned Satur day from Sardis Miss where he went some time since to tuk charge of a planing mill Mr Bradley has found that though there may bo positions more re munerative than here there is no place like Clay City where anyone who is willing to work can earn an honest living There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece Ifyoi have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler and silver smith and let him fix it All work guaranteed Will Locate in Iowa Pastor J 0 Crawford has resigned his position as first assistant teacher in the city school and will shortly locate in North West ern Iowa He will there join conference and continue in the ministerial work We regret the loss of Bro Crawford from our midst but wish him the success in his labors he deserves Meeting of The City Council The City Council was called ir extra session Friday night to ac cept the resignition of Prof J O Crawford select his successor and select a teacher also for the primary room made vacant by Miss Mayme Groves A derth of applications werE presented but motion to adjourn prevailed leaving the matter open till the regular meeting last night Attacked py a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until covered with sores a Chicago street ear conductor applied Bueklens At pica Salve and was soon sound and welltI use it in my family writes G J Welch of Tokonslm Mich and find it perfect- S mhly great for cuts and burns Dnl y 2oc lit SwonhDiiy Lu- mberstore 4 J WJmthal j become of baseball club We have not heard of n ame for several weeks For SateFine Farm f235ItCreS 100 acresof which is rich river bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and all nec essary out building Six good springs on the place convenient to school and etc plenty or timber to keep fence up on the place will row corn wheat tobacco and ev irything else raised in the State Will be sold mts the Whole or divid = id in two tracts This is a rare mrguln For particular call on J E BuuaiiEn Clay City The egotists worddont carry my weight when he gets on the ales To The Public Beginning July 15th I will start ay wool carding factory near Val ersvillo Will card for 7centsp- er pound and where I receive mice clean picked wool willreturn us many pounds of rolls Us I1 receive wool Ltwis MASTIN ti t p i S Y- IS Got Off Cheap He may well think he is got ofi cheap who after having contract constipation or Indigestion is stillable to perfectly restore Iis health Nothing will do this but Dr lings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache consipation etc 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store guaranteed To Protect Apple Trees An exchange says cut stake about four feet long from hickory saplings and drive one of these stakes about two feet from each apple tree 0 Do thiseach Sprin soon as the sap rises and the boxers preferring the hickory toth apple tree will devour the sup ling instead of the tree The will bore these stakes full of hole and there deposit their eggs The stakes should be pulled up a11d burned Like Finding Money Finding health is like findin moneyso think those who ai sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irritation better act promptly like W C Bar ber of Sandy Level Va lIe says I had a terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies rwas cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At Swann Day Lumber Cos store 50o and 8100 guaranteed Trial bottle free DEATIIS Franklin the little fiveyear old Son of Mr and Mrs W G Patrick of Kimbrell died al theirhome Friday Sept 1st of throat trouble Burial at the Jacksons Chapel cemetery Sunday Pastor J O Crawford con ducted funeral services at the church before interment A telephone message from Richmond yesterday announced the serious illness of Henry Ir vine Todd and a few minute later another message wasre ceived stating that he had died Mr Todd is a great uncle of the editor of this paper and 1 brother to Mrs Nannie Wright who left on the morning train yesterday for Kichmoud v Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many junrels can be avoided by keeping their digestions In good condition with Electric Bitters S A Brown Jf Bennetisville S Qsays For years iny wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver she lost her strength arid vigor and became a mere wreck pf her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her- at once and finally made her entirely well She is now strongand wealthy SwannDay Lumber Co sells and guarantees them at50c u bottleEarly corn is ripening fast and will be ready to cut soon Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from flay City Good dwelling and out luihlings two never falling springs Mco 8000 one half cash This is a snap that will soon be taken up J E BUttOnER Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyter nn church Will be sold at a bargain M Bailey Patronize a hoino industry by buying the best flour Snow Fluke umd White Rase a 11w c 1StSt Black Creek 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 nt Clay City or sell at the kilns 02i Lime G5 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered ut Clay City Blue GrassNurseries SPRING 905 Trees by the Million Fruit and Shade Small Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything usualy found at suchfan establihsment We sell direct to the planter and have no Agents Tree and Strawberry Catal ogues on application to H F Hillei meyer Sons LEXINGTON KY M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLERP CLAy CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh GronnJ Boltei Meal always on ianl Giindefor one ixth toll 4 00 F It j a J q t THE rWinchesterailkiconronAvEn N H WiTiiEKsrooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030- We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 848 C R DANIEL CLAY CITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh breadv Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fox Chick ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel rJ II EATON Prop 8 Table supplied with the best the marker affords Everything neat and Glenn Rates 150 per day IEXPERIENCE CO TitAttK MARKSIAnyone ending s sketch and whethertree MI IeIIIDCommunttliotlontrleUoonDdenUaL ent tree Oldest eeaurinr Patents taken through MUDD lathe eo reeolt cIeMtifiir JIlltrkaALandomely lllo ated weekly I recst elf eolation any clontiflo ournal Terms 15 a earl toot month fI Sold bjall newidealera lRun Co381Broadwa New York Branch Omcs a D Cr y a 0 Locnl option carried iii Bath gouty InstSntimlny by a vote of 1521 to 276 or nearly six to one Mrs Celia Wells is at the bed Ride of hor sister Alrsvyill Burgher at Lncknunc who is very dangerously ill Co Jd Farm For Sale Farm of lOS acres one half mile Z from Spoilt Spring well Improved good building Forty wires of tim her balance in cultivation On this pruue there are several never failing springs and some bottom- land For further information call on 1 E BunaiiKK Clay City Ky t- l 1This great stock mcdiVino la a money savor for stock raiders It K is a medicine not a cheep feed or upinI BlackDraught renowned kr the h euro of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities j of invigorating digestion stirring fthoand poultry It is cuddly prepared and its action is eo bealthful I that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It cures hog cholera and makes hogs U grow fat It curt chicken cholera fc ii and roup and makes hens lay It S cures constipation distemper and 3 colds in horses murrain in cattle 5 hul makes n drurbt animal tlo fl more work for the food consumed M- Z3 It gives nnimnhnnd fowls ot nU kinds new life Every farmer end raiser should certainly givo it a Itrial It costa 2T8 a can and savrs ten iff JJFtlfcws its Prfcaih prod Jt i YrnnanaI3 u711Nh1510041 IhnveUec I tlihS tour lb Dut I r eau Prnltry Iedbe of kfr wve time I h wo u 1 a of KOCS food but I bald iIiotkyours is the test i r ray Ilm J B UAbdOK v i iWjft SmaSS SOFO Small Expense SinaSrProfits 1 0 Iademand of our customers It is of a Duality that you do not God often in even 1tl1 larger drugstores Buyers here are absolutely sure that they are getting pos itively the best the market affords in every line of drug store goods Because of our cmall store null small espensejve bigato pay Our prices are so low and the merit of our goods so great that it will Y pay you to go out of your way to come lure The following is one of our off- ersConstipated Here is a Free Cure pillsYou experience that a phy- sicM wont cure Jet experience show you what will cure Constipation U the rotting of undigested food In tube This rotting mass makes bad blood which makes bad health Constipation causes most tlckuess It probably causes sulferin bysleorUkeanthlugclse whichjproperlyNoreturned We know that Mu11e Grape Tonic wilt cure samplebottletaken it We only ask that you use the contents of the first bottle directed You dont obligate yourself to buy any of th4 remedy FREE COUPON Send this coupon with your name and address and druggists name for a free bot tie of Mulls Grape Tonic to Mulls Crape Tonic Co 600 Third Avo Rock Island III Give Full Atl4mi andWnte Plainly The 100 bottlocoutalns nearly three times the Me size This Is one way we have of serving our customers We are looking out for your In terests as well as our own Who else will do as much COMB AUD SEE US rrrTLPAGE SOFTY X i7 Oy+ t Levee v Born on Sunday Iightto the when Air Jesse Newkirk n daughter Our school is progressing nice- I under the instructions of Prof J M flyers Old corn isorUr R 2 50 per barrel in this county new eon being very good this season MrsJ1c1Doualns of Snow Creek visited the family of Mr George 1 Douglas this week A large number of our people went to Natural Bridge on Sun day They report a fine time There are five school districts- in this county that are so far without teachers for the fall term Mrs Jaiie Westnnd Mr and Mrs Patrick Ohase visited the family oHsnac Ukase on Sunday of last week Snow Creek+ J P Curtis purchased of Frank Adams a cow for S25 Jack Hughes bought of Judge Vivian a nice heifer for 20 Mr Norton of Stanton was here last week writing insurance Jack Parker sold to Whit ASJ bill some steers at 800 per hun dred W tf Vivion of Kiddville visited here several lays lost week Blue Fox and Jack Ruches of Iluckerville was hero last week buying heifers Misses Flora Vaughn and Emma Wood visited Miss Maggie Wood Saturday and Sunday rOlfn1e y iventlias1in- ed lgag to finish tits school at this place and began last Monday Misses Georgia Engle and Mae lug lc were the guests of Miss REPORT or TUB CONIITI- ONOF THE Clay City NationalBank At Glfiy Oity in the state of Kentucky it the close of business Aug 25 180- 5KESOURCES Loans and discounts 10241262 Overdrafts secured und un secured 000900 USBonds to secure circuln 50000 00 Premiums on U S BondsI 800 00 Bonds securities etc 18872 A- OBankinghouse furnituretd v J- lxttires 3BOO JQ 01uhoIfnl estat3ovned r 202050 Due from approved reserve agents1105149otcs LAWFCI MONEY KESEUVE is BANK viz Specie 112013 Legal tcndernotes SrOSOO 702518 Redemption fund with US Treasr5 of cirln 250Q 00 Total f205702 10 a LIABILITIES 061SUtJlltlsand taxes paid 81424 Nntl bat k notes outs tending 49160 00 Due tootherNational Banks 0085 JL Individual deposits subject to 8046265 Bills inynbetneludiugcertife- lites of deposit for money borr w d 1000000 Totul 205702 10 STATE OP Ii OVSTY OF PotyELLsa I M II Courtney President f tie shove named bank do solemnly swear that the abovestatement is true to the best of my knowledgOl1ndooIlef MII Courtney Prcsdent Subscribed and svon to before nu Ma 2EUi day of Aogtirt IQOS J F Webit Notary Public My commission expires nt end of next Tgulurst6 ipn of Senate onnEOT Attett V On td f3corr 3110111 tkitubl I JF J Dlrecttirsi Mnyhie Lottery SAturdny and Sir ilit F We Talk Top Much Ve talk too t uch theliVst of us tfiiys an exchangi The essence of power is reserve laida man who knew Miuiya reputation has been built on silence Many nope Is spoiled through rushing too and volubly Jnto epetch tisI safe to be ellent silica your words wound Faithful are the wounds of u friend says ni old proverb buLoiiej Wants to Stir mighty sure ones friend needs wounding and tint vro are ttall qualified to minister It Keep still when Sour words will incite to anger or discomfort An incredible anoniit of breath is used in the evil practice of trying to make our friends distrust their friends Never spiel when what you have to say is for the purpose+ of exalting yourself Shut your lips withakey you are inspired to babble inuuntinentiil IT yourself ailments accomplishments rela tions loves hatreds hopes and desires It is only to the choice rare friend that ono may speak of thesethings without becoming a fool All honor to tho editor of the weekly newspaper He is the mUll who has time to get near to the heart of the people Hel sets tho men und women of all classes and learns of the aspirations of the people at first hand Hog s to the fairs and the races and church doings and ho gets his in spiration from unpolluted sourc es He is better able to rellect the sentiment of the people that the Ulan who is forced bycircuin stance tojsitall day in a dingy office inn high building to 1i1la daily papijr The country newspaper mall1ifstTierealli einr of the people What ho writes is from the learn All honor to him Ex 4 Hogs which have been com manding a very stiH p ice for srtme heaths hnvtfiiikeii n slight drop in price A Guaranteed Cure for Plies Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro truding Pile Druggists refund mon ey if PAZO QiNIIMBVT toils to cure tiny case no mttterof hnw long standing in G to 14 clays Firdtap plioilioh gives ease mill rest SOc- If your druggist husnt It send 50c in stumps and it will be fonvunliil postpaid byPurls Mcdioine Cp St Louis Mo Henry Wattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature of The CourierJournal timing 1905 THERE WILL HE MANY OTH ER ATillAOTlOE DEPART MHNT5 ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLE 1E NEWSPAPERMail tcs Daily CourierJournal 1 year f11 Daily and Sunday 1 year S Weekly I year 1 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMESA- ndWEEKLY Cowl IER JOURNAL Both ono year for only One DollarThis Is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must bo sent through the TIMES olllee KENTUCKYSiBO STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 823 B1G SAYi4 1NfltElllJMS 25000 If1 PllEMIUMS t The Greatest Display of Live Stock And Agricultural Products Ever Attempted in The South Novel Attractions Magnifioieiit Exhibitions The Famous DllSS Band of 40 Pieces Fof Catalogue Or Further Information Address GJO A BAIN Sec Lexington SCy u J 0 O I LaXtlV0 JUinmC TaWs Seven 1Ml itoa lrols soiti le pelt l2 rosths ft xw + x s t yam sC yy f t r t y The Hagan Gds r or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable tho most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle n full Uric of i Belting Hose Pipe fPipe fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg CO f WINCHESTER KY r KBLLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS I n I ECilSlgSNow Ilfon cONSUMPTION IPrIceUureet and Quickest Cure for all XHUOAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Lexington Ry Effective May 21 1905 EABTnOUNI No2 No 4 JnllyStlltlollii LvLcxlnrton 225 745 Winchester 310 S i L Junction 323 887 u Clay Oily 850 113 a 1 Stanton 406 028 llosslyn 412 025 Natural Bridge 435 0U4 Torrent 440 100 y BeattyvilleJ tine 511 10t20 p KJunct 0 1126 Ar Jackson 010 I WEST BOUND No8DIIHy No IDaily ex Sun f 1ltatlons 4JJ A11ti I1V CkeOIL i 2 OJ 6 01oI t5Tutlct 13 SO 02D- cnttyv111eJuny2II aif 120 nTorl itt V 8 47 7 47 4 Natural Bridge 401 801 Kosslyn 435 822 Stanton i 4aO 828 Claw C H43 887 = 1 kE Junction 008 D 10eIl Winchester 0JO 028 Ar Lexington 005 1010 Nos 8 and 4 make close connection for Cnnncl Oity and points on the O t K Railway daily except Sunday Nos 1 und 8 conlJe tnt L t E Junction with 0 A 0 for AltSterlin and local points Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect at Beat tyvillo Junction with the L A Ry for Beattyville and local stations daily except Sunday R BARII IJ Gen Manager OIIAB Gen Kddol Dyspepsia Digests what you DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The SlOObcttle contains 2H tlmestli trial size wheh sells for 50 cents fIteMXBb ONLY AT THE lAIOX TOKY OF E c DPVITT qdaEPANY CHICAGO ILL SOLD BY 11 ROSE 1 ip To I Cure a Cold in One Day Take DTOmO rf Eastern 1i SOQTTI OuroJI 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