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T E CLAY CITY TIMESI 1 rr 7 h II1 6XJ Cents a Year l AdiJ We ire hereto help Clay Citj Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher Ifi VOL 10 C F CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2J 1905 NO H SukMed at Richmond Mrs Laura Chennult aged fwontyslx years wife of daughterrlsuicide i at1 Richmond Sunday by t tlugcarbphcacaMrs Then atilt wn8 separated from her hus a band a few weeks ago but the immediate cause of the act was the refusal of her little six year old boy to enter the room to see her w t A number of Clay City folks will n attend the State fairat Lexington y today iiooni Blinds asPcket Our School Troubles After teaching but one week as first sfantin our city school Miss Magaret D E Wile kie resigned that position Fri day and to her home rat Lexington whore she Jujs a posi tion as teacher advance of sal wasreceivihghere in school and but one positionhascy ofLexington and the school is going on nicely again recoverediroma If PITTTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER LI THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINE i IADE 1 Visible Writing Strong Manlf6Ider Uni versal Light Touch L Rapid Actlo PRICE 75 It Reaches the Demands of Business Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for catalogue and proposi tion to dealers Pittsburg Writing Machine CO P1TTSBURQ PA fiMS I i z Si4JM19SSIS jy Y y 75w iitT M R cty eat mgYoreJ The store t h oitbavei been dealing for the past twen e with tffemoajtijatisfactory results is still in the field S- a w with the uafigl e j 7L b RG STOCKe ofGetleralMerchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a Via S saving of Many Ppljtlra in a Little While e y 11 itSeasQnaSIeF fs i Am closing out AT COST k a nkeSummer Dress IIt 5Goods djlltneryagdl tc Intifa iiTLrll Summer Gooas k + are irciudeil These goods seasonable now must r sold to HjakeToom for our New Fall Stock J this is4 thane fur you if you need any of these goods r VJ kt f School BooksJ Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other S School Eequieitee kept always n hand t Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city p- rni I SS L Sh v 1 1I r1i 0 J I X A l JL1PMNcLo c lf 011 f lricheaiter ky 1 0 i fWSash Maoufqctureflouring VX Ceiling rr if Wratherboardin Naran 1ji Jr vaye bhingleeandI fc i Stbrc xont ass returned at Keyboard tyjrearfl though be We are Headquarters lpr iBqiliJing Papery v c Felt Rooting nwmQ9 inl na icI t tpI p c J 1 w 1 E eRd U YburvWAles JY 4 r O 1SbJiI4it 1 ay M I v- r filC g3 i4Jiy r4 I P A t lt1 1 t i i iJj 4ft r i- e oc M ti rt U a r a p iti Mr W A Ho kin who has been in feeble healtti for some time is very tow and itIs feared ho cannot last many days Mrs Carrie Groves has returned from St Josephs Hospital Lex ington very mu improved under the treatment ceived W S Niblack formerly of I this city who went out West a few weeks ago to jriVestigate some government landopened for homestead has returned well pleased with Kentucky There is a large cropof partridges most every where this gamefuntil the proper time There is now no s for being in the fields withugun Uncle1 Wesley tock ane was in the Tuesday and informed us that beas Mexican soldier had ben allowed a pnslonof twelve dollars per month with I2CQO back pay This IE good fortune for the old gentleman and comes at an op portune time Lexington merchants are mak ing a strong bd for trade in this section They now offer to pay railroad fare to and from that city to alj persoiis buying goods from certain merchants to the amount of f251 JOur advice to all is to trade ath me Our met chants may bave home smaller stocks nndwi tho- muc sma Teri ices Representatives of Peters Cartridges gave a free exhibition in this city yesterday afternoon Their expert rifle and revolver shot A J Wostrchill performed some most difficult and seemingly impossible feats with the rifle clearly demonstrating the accu racy of Peters cartridges the gun used and the operator Montgomery Republicans The Republicans ofc Montgomery county met Monday and nominated the following ticket for county offices County Judge John C Wood j County Attorney H Clay McKee County Clerk James OConnell Jailor James Roberson Sheriff Janee KReed Mr Wood the candidat for Judge is editor qf the Gazette and has served one term as State Railroad CommbalogerT t t Piwit aOrchard tEach of our farmer readers should above all have a first class orchard of si variety of fruits Our spiand location is well adapted to fruit culture and this should boa source of much income for the people of Powell county instead of impart lugsuclia quantity as we flo The season approaching when it will be the proper time to silt out fruit trees and jj eryono interested should write to HP Hillenmeyer Sons the leading nurserymen of the State for fall catalogue The stock tjliey sell being grown so much closer to home is far more valuable than other nurseries whoso cli- mateistrequcntlyso4UFerent to Plicesareiliu agents i Y i J i oJ Paper From Cornstalks cornstalkshisingenuity Such paper it is stated can be produced at one third the cost of that from wood fiber and rags It is said too that samples of the now paper show it to be equal to the fine goods made from linen Cost of making paper from cornstalks ranges from 22 to 25 a ton while that from rags or pulp reaches 00 or 75 At present it is estimated that 53000000 tons of cornstalks rot annually in the field of the Western States In thenew process ev cry particle of the stalk will be utilized Fine papers will come from the pith while coarse wrap ping paper and box board will be made of the hard outer cover ing Other portions of the stalk will go into varnish powder gun cotton papier macho cellulose lubricants and other material HomeComing Week Did you know that the last Census shows that there are over six hundred thousand Kentuckians ing In other States Well itsu facts How many of these former Ken tuckians do you know The Commercial Club of Louis ville wants the names of as many of these as it is possible to get It de siresto extend invitations to every Kentuckian who has moved s attend the Home Coming Week festivities at Louisville Plans are rapidly maturing for this great event The Commercial Club hopes to make it a red letter week on Kentuckys historical calendar There will be something doing seven days and nights and then the crowd will disperse and go to different parts of the State to reo main as long as the low railroad rates are in effect as the arrange ment made with the railroads will include a low rate to all points of Kentucky for Home Coming Week in Louisville If you have any friends or rela liveswho have moved to other States please send the names and addresses at at once to the Com mercial Club Louisvilje Ky Louisville wholesale merchants an nounce that business activity in the South during September has been sufficient to offset the dullness caused in August by quarantines There has recently been an ad vance in the price of Kentucky crude oil and it is expected to- go to a dollar Butler Herron oneof our city school graduates last spring has entered college at Lexington Wm Shbwden Jr of this city has moved tobis fathers farm on Hardwicks Creek Stray Calf Bluish black steercalfaboutone year old and weight about 400 pounds came to my place It mile west of ClayCity about August 15 Owner can have same by paying all charges Jour A NKA For Sale Surveying instruments ntlow i price as the owner has no use for them For particulars call at this office S r Profits In Poultry Last year there were shipped from Morristown Tenn 222 cnr loads of egg and 702 cars of poultry Which brought in returns over one million dollars Morris town is in the eastern part of the State and no better situated fir such business than Clay City yet but very little poultry is shipped from Powell county compared with the above figures Around Morristown is a much poorer farming country than here but they act sensible and raise that which they earl to the best ad vantage and to the most profit Let our farmers aid their house wives in the enterprise and we feel sure they will soon be bet ter oil The attendance at the State Fairat Lexington is very largo andeverything points to success for the fair Lexington is a good cityand usually makes a success of every public entertainment she undertakes Our city has been full of drum mers this week all representing the cheapest and best house on earth PROFESSIONAL CARDS M IMMMMMI 4WA1 WhPll MNdIMFMr Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist e CLAY CITY KENTUCKY theOffice up stair Waldron building where experienced Practitioner may be found day and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade worV known to modern DentUtry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ICLAY OUT KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSIOMN AND BURGEON 1 IOLY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY a o Clay City- National Bank 0Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000 0We solicit the accounts of In dividuals Firms and Corpora lions and offer to our customers the most favorable terms con a sistent with Sound Banking and give them unexcelled facilities = for the handling of their busi ness with all possible Cure Accu racy and Promptness We have a SAVIHOS DEPART MENT in which we accept depos its from 81 00 up and pay 3 interest compounded every six month Correspondence invite on any line of Banking r Glay City National Bank S err chit Ky wn 1 wF r Rv Ia t C C7 rSPOUT SPRING r Allen Osborhe was in Win chester Monday Mrs Nannie Pryor who Iras been quite sick for several days is about wellagain r Mrs Martha Snowden visit ed relatives in Clay Oity the latter part of last week Mrs Belle Burgher and Miss Nora Todd were shopping and visiting in Clay City on Monday Berry Barnett has just purchased a new cane mill and is now busy making some choice sorghum H F Christopher and son Delbert were in Winchester the first of the week atteliding Circuit Court Miss Nora Todd visited her sister Mrs J Wilmott McKin ney at Ruckerville Clark county a few days Miss Stella Ashcraft of Ir vine was the guest of Misses Nora and Amanda Todd a few days last week Corn cutting has begun with most farmers who report the yield not so good as it was first thought to be Molasses making is also in progress Berry Stone returned from SJbley Ford county Illinois last week where he has been for the past few months He is now at home with his father Wm Stone at Iron Mound The nest Egotistical Man is the most egotistical mule on the farm He will pat himself on the back oftener and give himself more credit than a ted Eve a um io ltl nkeVtt t e moon HevplantsTi handful of seed and the winds and the rain and the sunshine cause them to multiply and man gathers the crop and says Behold what I have raised IH He struts like a peacock without having the pur ple glory of the peacocks feath ers He writes books setting forth what he knows when he cant answer the questions asked him by his sixyearold son He laments the ignorance of the say ages and calls it darkness and his own ideas he calls light He elniras partnership with Deity in owning the earth and willnot even admit that he is only a ten untoHe prates about to Golden Rule while dedicating these in firmaries and secretly prays that r some way may be found to en able him and his to forever escape being inmates of such things In short man is a cyclone in Lis own estimation and less than whirlwind in the minds w of others Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cuse of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls ju= tarrh Cure F J CIIENEY S Co Toledo 0 Wotha undersigned nave known Fl J CHENEY for tho lust fl5 years aTid believe him perfectly honorable in all business transact sons and financially l to cary put any obligations nade by bill firm WAiDiNa KINNAJJ ArMAii ik Wholesale Druggiste Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Curd Is taken Jri InllItting directly upon the t1IIIllhlld intiirtijus surface pf the system Testimonials sent frjpe Price 75cper bottle Sold byau- llDruggiststlstkthk9rrwAQi vyt 1 f1 tHE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TnURSDAT J E liurl her Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents peryear in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday September 21 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club mates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 tt Cincinnati Enquirer 10Louisville Commercial 75 tr Home and Farm 75 Working Against Home Those editors who are trying to injure and detract business from Louisville the metropolis of Ken tucky and the city which should be and is the pride of ovary think ing resident in the Statewill find little consolation in the fact that the outlay for buildings in that city the past month was 1100 000 while Oincinnati her strong est wouldbe competitor did not have enough building going onto be listed in the large city ring Louisvilles investment in build ings as compared with the same month last year is 109 per cent which is the largest gain made by any other city in the United States New Orleans alone ex cepted Shame on any Kentucky paper that tries to run down any Kentucky city in favor of North ern competitors Louisville Politics ia The fusion ticket in Louisville running against the Democratic ominees have opened their cam eftrjfZti a811a ONeil a renegdde Democrat is leading the fight He is the can didate for Mayor and is pledged to support Paul 0 Barth the Democratic nominee Before he thought the Republicans would give him a place on their ticket he said ho would vote for Barth and now that the statement has been thrown into his face since opening the campaign he says he will keep his word and vote as he first said he would Funny politics in that- Compulsory Scool Law Perhaps all the school patrons do not know that in Kentucky we have a compulsory educational law though not generally enforced The law requires that every child between the ages of 7 and 14 years shall attend school for at least eight consecutive weeks in each year A penalty of from 5 to 50 for failure to comply with these provisions is imposed upon the parent or guardian It is the duty of the board of trustees to seethat this law is enforced The child may be sent ton private school or taught at home but it must re ceive nn educational training from some source if the law is complied ith- Delaware and Rhode Island two the smallest states in the Union are not short on a correct qualification for voters Before a voter will be allowed his stif frage he must also be a taxpayer tif the county In which he has resided for one year This should bq the law in every State It would bring ihto the county treasuries f such a law were eforcedlii tjiis Stateat least 150060 yearly C r ti Graft is a miserable bad thing incur State and8hould be bad when perpetrated at Washings ton too The Journal of Graft is the name of a now weekly paper that has recently been launched in the capital city de voted to the exclusive discussion and exposure of graft among government employes Tbieis a stinging commentary on de partmental administration at Washington If this journal gets in on the ground floor and makes clean exposures of every existing graft we are sure it will bo compelled to double its size the sec ond day and be changed to a daily before its a week oldif however the paper itself doesnt begin grafting by this time Providence saves many per sons from making fool of them selves by placing about them such environments that make it necessary for them to behave them selves The struggle through which we must pass to win our living has a softening and moral influence over us and all the limitations to which we must submit should aid and not dis courage us in fighting the bat tles of life Arid as we are enabled to grasp larger and better things we will also be better able to manage them It seems that the Powell coun ty Republicans are determined to put up n ticket to oppose the Democratic nominees Well they may do this but we assure them that though they may put up the best men of their party in the county they will have no better showing individually or collectively than a snow ball would have in Clay City on time fourth of- July standing around the Flying Djitchman If voua bivyet have muneratige etftpoem loti nin the Clay City Graded School and before you have taught a week if not before you begin your la bors you will find such position Success guaranteed for particulars and testimonials address the School Board Clay City Ky Some of ourRepublican exchan ges who so seriously object to depriving the Kentucky negro of his vote can proudly point to the shining example of Philadelphia where the Republican ma chine has not only deprived no living man of his ballot but for years have allowed 50000 dead people to keep on voting If justice could always be met ed out as rapidly as is prospect for that of the negro assaulter Sam Hisle at Winchester there would be less excuse for lynch lawSUll the law in such cases should allow trial and execution in as short time as the formality can be gone through with An investment that will help the people by enabling them to help themselves is more charitable than reckless distribution of money would be It would be more generous a thousand times to pay higher wages and accumulate less than to pay small wages and then build library Powell county politicians declare that tbdollar is not so po tent in their business asitufed to be In other words they might complain that the price of votes has increased along with every thing else they have to buy L We live itvafminy worM If you arc not gaod nafiitxd yon areconsured nndAfiY9Qf aregood uponSoV g s M F 1 t l + ++++ +tttt ttftttt it tfltt 7 Ss r- f o l 4p 10 I 11 1 l I 4ir- NeW G ds- a t r h OO I Jii f1ItheExrtemely Low Prices made will i c afford an excellent opportunity for Jcrj close buyers of merchandise in our i JLine to save money on every article 1may wish to buy lioJ t o l I II R k I WILLIAMS V 4 l it f Clay City KYiu i 0 i I II ffr a vI The Whitest White Cake 1 A t Light Roils 3 nd es ArOMndcWhe ouUe Pearl and Bates Pride Flour f 1 f Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY y v Sold by our Leading Merchants SFr- II 4 r u u + s 5i llk INSURE WITH t 1t F A LYON SOI4r iofi t Over OOOOOODr fi Represented v i Every one who knows any thing about insurance know 1 Itheyare leaders in this line It + + K + tJs r fr HAApot CA15 MU27FY119URIOJYE I-u I rMtnio 1ta 4 + =wtw ri r w M 7W =a = =aJs k null inMiDtui iIII ddt fit Uy lo tIxraWs tad bsarry of pore fnftnj uSmike i good oothbor sntlnt = od MM oithe Sea utmtflienM and pti big returns ia unf rmcdvtlitct IPa Mtiof MI in Bui who you painl buy only JIiIntitt on in4iipMuilt reason tsh3a xwao cxtty honor nlc will tckiMmMi TluOH is l o tha gore to geti IoU It to buy it ituti i putt from the dealer bwrtl MI Iron the resd maed pun can that It ready with linwtd oU itlfcw lor shoo MNUXH PAINTlIIclwe rccoouuid UK j o 7 lor vtry gosd niton we know igIB Litttepa e Son I w t 0 NY- a 1 I C JI r clJ 0 t tI yr I 10a CLAY CITY KY II TIMESk AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER lff THURSDAY SEPT 21 1006 t it tl LOCAk BREVITIES ti lr Monday and Tuesday were s t very warm days for September l O T Mrs M G Taylor visited rela C ties in Beattyville last week k atysf tending the State fair at Lexing ton this week M M- grTxShoriff Thos B Ware of 1 Y Virden was observed on our 7 t streetsyesterday t- I t Mrs Nannie Wr ht left Tues- dayfoc iiichmondvWhere she will make her future homeioi Elder N Mcintosh is attend ing Circuit Court at Booneville this week on business Wm Stone a leading citizen of Estill county was transact ing business in the city Friday jV Nelson Abney formerly of this city has moved from Phil Camp bell AlttM to Grand View Tenn Mrs Wm Snowden Jr whose- seriousfllness was rioted in a t former issue of the TIMES has J recovered v l r Miss Grace Russell of Louis vine is visiting her sister Mrs t Jus B Hall f Thu case of diphtheria in this Y town reported in our last issue has recovered and there are no new cases to date vt JT Hind of Corintii eras in tp the city Tuesday Ho vas here 1j to look at one of the farms ad r vertised irijhe TJMES 4 The persimmon cropj OTgortliniviluB year edjwe may v 1 xpect to have fat possum by the t November electtion9 N t JirMr Rainsey formerly of theit new v Bank isdangerously ill of typhoid fever in that city j sfC0 Curtis of Virden was in the city Tuesday for the first time since he was taken sick last full He has been ablq to go a t k bout for only a few weeks The new residence of Mre Jennie Russell on Seventh Ave is Hearing completion and will make a very nice and comfort able home when completed iJ + Crews Christopher wlio left Ilardwicks Creek eiuhteeh years ago and lob tedit Eustern Tex sj has recently purch tsed 2400 acres of land in West Texas for 10000 4 tiw r The Clay City Cornet Band r made quite an impression with r the people of Beat tyville last week while attending the State Council of the Juniors The hugs have illliuQedra groat deal the past iew mouths J 1 John Ol formerly of this f t fCityis down with a severe attack a of fever at Surdis Miss where t Jiu recently a position with a lumber concern We are hot informed as to whether or r not it yellow fever V 1f 40u want to Iwu be oiitimet keep your watch iu goodrdpuir iI bey Webb d r 0N12DAYaj 1 iiHE l tletC All ilrti4ista ry fundTthe money if it to cure 1 VJ Omves signuturoie amCpul- i 4 6 1 7JI 1 llli I a 1g e 0f teryjtHr SiF cI J JI 4 iiiy 1 X 1 H f Mrs Charlie Douglas is visiting her father Matt Conlee in this city Mr J D McKinnoy Mr and Mrs Hitch Mr and Mrs George Garrett and Mr and Mrs Ohms Douglas of McLean county Ill are visiting relatives in Powell and adjoining counties We were incorrectly informed Instweek when we stated that Mrs Lou Groves would go to live with her daughter Mrs Maggie Wills in Clark county She will nuike her homo with her daughter Mrs John M Kennori inI this city There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kindI tike it to Webb Clay Citys Jeweler and silversmithand let bimI fix it All work guaranteed The Grand Counoil of the Ju nior Order of American Mechan ics held quite a profitable meet ing at Beatty Ville i last week W J Mountz attended as delegate from the Clay OUy Council The annual meeting will 16 held at Frankfort next year Alice Carlie little daughter of Mr and Mrs t 0 C Eaton has been very sick butis now much beetter Owing to her serious condition Mr Eaton who was in Tennessee on business wasI telegraphed for and arrived here on Sunday to find his little gril improving John Mize of Vaughns Mill was in the city Friday and ex hibited a finely developed pod of ginseng seed Mr Mize has a nice little plut of ground in ginseng which promises to soon develop him a snug little fortune There is good money in raising tlio seedVas weJr 1 Lt Doctors nowclaim thatall ma lariacomes from mosquito bites then to prevent mosquito bites is also to prevent malaria or yellow fever To prevent mosquitoes from your room keep a bottle 0 essencebf pennyroyal left uncorked in the room and no mosquitoes will ever appear Attacked By a Mob and Beaten in a labor riot until covered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied BuckjcnsAr nicaJSalve nnd was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes G J Welch of Tekonshnt perfectgmpYOnly 25c at Swunn Day Lumber Cos store j5JDont know whether youve no tired it or not but it seems like the lesaa fellow can sing the more he tTrisW All For SaleFine Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is rich river bpttom and boncbjland threemiles from Clap CUy New dwelling tenant houseando all nec epsary out buildings Sir good Springs on tliu place convenient to school andetcj plenty tlf tiinber trfkeep fence up on th plce will grow corn wheat tobacco and eVe erything else raised in the StlteI Will be sold as the whole or divide ed in two tracts lhi vie a rare bargain For particular call on J E BUUOHKR Clay City To The Public Beginning Tuly 15thJ wiU tart iiiy wool carding 1 factory near Wal- tcrsvllle Will car 4tr7 cents II2i and kbbra Ire lvE pier lI picked wpohwilkreturn jai mgnypuuu ia of 1ollsyM1reC- elle 09h aaq LEWJ lpJ8TIN J 7 r tiNt p r sin V r tJ The 15tH of the month the sea SOIl for hunting squirrels rabbits and etc closed and will BO remain until November 15th when the season opens for the killing of quail The law against killing squirrels and rabbits was passed to keep hunters out of the field so they could withstand the temptation of shooting quail The negro Sam Hisle has been found guilty of rape by the Clark Circuit Court and sentenced to hang Thursday October 18 The jury trying the caste came from Madison county and was out only seven minutes in making their verdictw Got Off Cheap He maywejl think he is got off cheap who after having contracted constipation or indigestion is stillable to perfectly restore lis health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache consipation etc 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store guaranteed 0 W Russell of Louisville is in the city on business Ever notice that the bigger the drops of rain the 1urther apart they are Just like men Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding money so think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irritation better act promptly like W C Barber of Sandy Level Va He says ill had a terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal duston my lungs j but after finding no re lief in other remedies Iwas cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any coughor lung medicine in the world At Sjvann 1a Lun 8100 gar eed1 vial bottle free The dead body of a man supposed to be Ben Ogden a farmhand was found near Lexington with a bullet hole in the forehead murderedfAre You Engaged Engaged people should remem ber that after marriage many quorels can be avoided by keeping their digestions in good condition withElectric Bitters S A Brown of Bennettsvllle S a says1I1or years mywife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver she Ibet her strength andvigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her aT once and finally made her en tirely well She is now strong and healthy SwanriDayXuiriberCo sellsand guarantees themot 50c 1I bottle Y David Draper the South Afri can diamond mine export has made a report strongly urging the mining of Elliott county die iimond fields He claims the out look rivals the finest fields ill the world Farm For Sale Farm of 1 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and outbuildings two never failihgVprngg Price 8000 ono half cash This is a snap that will soon be taken up J E BuitaiiEii Toiiii Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyter an church Will be sold at abar ga nC f M Bailey t Patronize 11 horne industryp briyirilr thiabest flour Sri vFIlk and White Pose 7 i J tf p i- J r y Startling Facts A E BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you needat prices so low as to make you wonder libw we got the- mEverything from t uaper of Pins tp a Wed ding 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 Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing tap market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade T S Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Ii itc1u1nIfLWorks o R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unsluckend Liany quanti ty Will sell todealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or soil at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Blue Crass Nurseries LEXINGTON x1 Offer for the Fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but tell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant and C- ustomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted lleal always on band Grinds for onemxth toll hWIW rt aIv I FKtllIMtl hr I r o r 0 Winchestei Bank INCORPOnATED N H WlTIIEUSPOOJVf ari N Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2010 JO We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 848 C R DANIEL GlftY CITY KY 0Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fot Chick ensEggs and all kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel jr H EATON Prop 11 Tahle supplied with the best the markers affords Everything neat and clean Bates 81 50 per day IItXPERIENCE IRADIAnyone sending atetcb and description may tIhellUonecuHnjrWenuPatent14J alc without ctiut in the Scientific JflMerkmi A huidiomalr Illaitnted weeklr Tarnit ctr N emri Ndo1ad f rf 0 Leslie Todd had a leg mashed Monday by a falling tie whilq cfc work on his train The city authorities have placed license on different business hous es at Owingsville to take the place of the license on saloons which were recently voted out of that town Good Firm For Sale Farm of 198 acres one half mile from Spout Spring well improved good building Jprty acres of timber balance in cultivation On tbh place there areseveral never f Mirj springs and some bottom land For lurther information call j on J E BURGHER Clay City Ky vial its life from digestedHealthy blood for tho troubles arise from corcieeencH in and stomach disorders Impropenystomach ins nausea oiorcrHating is persisted in the and worn out and dyspepsia claims the victi- mThodfords BlackDraught dyspepsia It the- stomach cf congested matter and tho quicklyinvigorated a appetite with the power to thor oughly digest food You can your stomach with this mild and natural remedy Try Thedfords Black today You cmbuta for25cthe mbneyto The Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga Tonn and Will be ll iDRt1WGHT Small Store Small Expense Small Profits I 0UR drug store is small but we carry I stock of goods that meets every demand of our customers It is of a quality that you do not find often in even the drug stores Buyers here are- absolutely sure that they are getting pos itively the best the market affords jn every line of drug storgoods Because of our small store and small expense we bigrfellows who have big rents and big wages to pay Our are so low and the merit of pur goods so great that it will pay you to go out of your way to como here n The following is one of our of- fersCooslipatodl Hire Is a FrtcCure You have tried pbyIewill cure Constipation Is the rotting of food In the alimentary tube This fettering rotting puss makes bad which makes bad health Constipation causes most f Kifi It probably phyIZCOtlike1 the rape strengthens the dlJt as enables them to do their work unaided and properly AbereturnedWe know that Malls Crape Tonic will cwt and therefore will give you a large staple bottle of the great remedy you have never taken It We you use the contents of the Seat bottleas directed You dont obllgat yourself to buy any of the remedy FREB COUPON Send this coupon with your same sad address and druggists name a free bot tie of Mulla Grape to MuPa Qna TIIIIrIIARNk Istear tit CiveFM Atinu indWHU May The MGO bottle contains nearly three times the tOc sire This Is oae way we have of serving our customers We are looking out for your in terests as well es our own Who elM do as much coxa AND 8BB- USLirTLEPAGESON tiv1 Jeffersonvilie Miss Faunio Willoughby is im proving some yet poorly Rile Martin who has peen very ill with flux is much better Court is in session and the transgressor of the law finds it a little hard- Preaching at Saints Chapel Saturday nightand Sunday by J T Wootes Mrs G B Martin and Monday Martin visited Miss Fannie Wil loughby Sunday Mrs Martha Arnold left Mor day for Springfield 111 to visit Mrs Emma Colvin and W H Martin and Thomas Martin at Alexander 111 Mrs John Walters and Mr James Flyn of Mt Sterling and Miss Annie Flyn of Winchester visited W W Stevenson and family Saturday and Sunday Virden Bill Hutson is quite sick with fever Beckner Cook has returned home after a weeks Visit with relatives at PiWeville- C 0 Curtis and wife visited the formers brother Saturday and Sunday at Pine Ridge G D Cotfk has a nice lot of logs to saw this week and is making some nice lumber Coy and John demons and Lewis Martin were among court day visitors at Mt Sterling Mon dayiMiss Lilly Ware and cousin Miss Belle Ware are visiting the formers sister Mrs D A Hughe Kiddville Miss Belle Ware a daughter jv 1 rlvof tlul h1 field Iud ja visiting liter uncle T B Ware Willie the little fiveyearold con of Mr and Mrs G W Ever man died Sunday of diphtheria Burial at Argyle Monday The bereaved family have the sympa thy of many friends Kimbrell Deputy sherifi 0 T GrinsteM was here last week on business A large crowd attended tim Teasellers Association at Corinth lust Saturday Mr and Mrs Glenmoro Neal of Right Angle attended church here last Sunday Quite a number of young folks from Fox and vicinity attended preaching nt the Chapel Sunday Albert Hamilton Republican candidate for Representative was here last week shaking hands Had solicitingvotcs Miss Stella Ashcraft returned to her home at Irvine lasl Fri d1vaftera weeks visit to Misses Amanda and Nora Todd at Spout Spring John Larisons louse with the entire contents were burned last Friday evening They were all rwny from home and it is not known hiw it caught fire Rev Geo D Prentiss the uejv pastor at the Methodist church preached here last Sunday and Sunday night and made a good mpfession on tile uiembershi laid congregationGenet i I 1 R Crabtreevwas tliegueetof d Hua lrnt IRockr IY1r Sul1 Ill t + r o 1 sI n familyviaited Sunday Randal Hanks of Knbx was the guest of V 0 Martin and family Sunday Several from this place attended the magistrates court at Bow en last Saturday Farmers have begun vto cut corn and makeorghumin this neck of the woods Melvin Morton and wife were the guests of Win Crabtree and family Sunday J J Reed and two little SOUP George and Herman visited his parents in Estill county Satur day and Sunday Sid Townsend and wifeof Patsey accompanied by Miss Cora Mullens visited friends and relatives here the latter part of last week Rev Samuel Johnson of Slade preached here Saturday night and Sunday to a large crowd of interested hearers He will preach hear again the first Sun day in next month Everybody come out A woman the thirteenthchild and born on the thirteenth day of the monthrecently died in Arkansas at the age of 105 years Might have known something would happen her Every obstacle has been re moved end Lexington will have a new Union depot that will cost at least 800000 The deeds for the proposed new site have been filedand work will begin if is claimed within one week The new depot will be built by the L E L 3 and O 0 MiesouriToaces 80 per cent per cent of Ot aim ke L ed States whije the percentage of lead takemj from its mines is nearly as greats The demand for all of these metals is increasing rapidly and new districts in Missouri are beijag developed every year It is very ensyfora man to tell what he no ild do if placed in theI position of Binoe other manI 6eoOlvea Away The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersone paper wants to share the profits of this prosper ous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 820 amounting to 9GOO in aU111ele will befour general presents of 1100150 830 and 820 and sixteen presents oa 830and x120 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the CoujierJolJrn al Company Louisville Ky for a copy of thd Weekly CourierJourn al giving full details It will be sent free- There I are times when a man doesnt want to come his way bills for example Henry Wattersons letters from Europe Will Be A LeadiqFeatire of CourierJournal Daring 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ATfRACTIOE DEPART MENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates reDailyWeekly l year 1 COLOUISvILL8 cial Arriii0Heits THE TIMESA- nd the WEEKLYCOUHIERJOURNAL B th one year for only One DollarTh- isis for caih subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the TIMES office fcEHTTJCKTB B1C STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON BIG DAYSs INPREMIIJMS 2500 IN PREMIUMS he Greatest Display of Live Stock And Agricultural Products Ever r Attempted in The South Novel AttractiOns Magnlfioient Etoibitioiis The RW 0USS Band of 40 Pieces fC lt Cailatl e or FurtherlnforAatIqu t M4tws Gfi BIkIN Sec Jbexlnjtdn Ky I T lIr JII LIJ I 1 DiJ j t t fit tt i siw1 3ti nYT lava ct l A aiiaraateedClare for PHM id Itching Bltnd Bleeding or Pro x 1 truding Piles Druggists refund mon iiey 11 PAZO OINTIMENT fails io curenycaBenomaterolow l 1 standing In 6 to 14 daysFirstalip- lication gives easel and rest cootomIf your druggist haght it send 50c Jin stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Parts Medicine Co I St Louie Mop J i The Hagan Gas 1 or Gasoline Engine J The Best the Simplesttjtlefuost reliable the moat Durable made iWrite today for particulars Wo also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe i11 Pipe Fittings and jGENERAL Jj SUPPLIES 1J Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas EnglleMfgCo tWIKCHH8TKK XT KILL COUCHAN CURE rte LUNG WITH i FOR IC ZJM or f- TUOAT Stations Dr1KiflgiNo 4 a to Lv r tII L Clay AE 87 II Btanton Bosslyn as II Natural II Torrent r8 i i II Jackson O d K p- Ar WZSTBODNn Daily 1 i Daily ex SunwStations f M A m Lv Jackson 25 896fitPi K Janet 2 80 11 Beat lIeruno 326 Ii- 26 II Torrents 847 147- II Natural Bridge 401 OlIn 4 95 8 2 II Stahtgn8iQS s= II lP C1itr 87I LE Jupotlett5alt8 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