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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l c f t + i of r TIIEJVtLAY ilUI Y TIMES t iw 50 Cents a Year In Advance J We are here to help Clay City tf SnrronnJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher xVOL 10 t CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1905 NO HJ r Natural Qns for Lexington A natural gas franchise priv ilege has been granted and Lex r ington expects to have a t full supply of natural gas piped from Menefee county within a year The line will pass near tit Sterling and through W- inwr and supply those cities also Cant Enter Saooa- aSnperintendentE P Goodwin of Covington of the Cincinnati Division of the 0 and 0 has is sued an order that any employe of the road who enters saloons or I We Ceiling drinks liquors will be ed Some Fine Cattle A special train consisting of eleven cars with 183 head of fine export cattle left Mon day for The bunch av eraged 1440 pounds and cost 14274 Fiftythree shares of the Fay ette National stock sold in Lexington at public auction for 252 00 per share A commercial club has organ at IPlTTTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT v1iGHINE Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder Uni versal Keyboard Light Touch Rapid Action 75 It Reaches the Demands of Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for and proposi tion to dealers Writing Machine Co PA b r F SS L Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing for the post twen ty years with the mpstSatisfactory results is still in the field with the usual LARGE STOCK e of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a sit saving of Many in a Little While Seasonable Goods At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a line of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In factall Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Fall Btockofhis is a chance for you if you need any of these goods S School Books Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always on hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city RELIANCE MFGea J Winchester Ky t Manufacture x Sash Flooring doors Blinds Weattrboardingi Varandas Plcketa Stairways Sbingleeandltc- i s Store JrrontJ discharg Richmond England Bank Tuesday ized Beattyville v1iDE PRICE Business catalogue Pittsburg PITTSBURQ S Dollars We are headquartersor Building Paper h Felt Rooflng if PlihtoidlRoofiingr fand Et rl it 1 r Send urn YoUr estimates t i II rVoiript Shipments 1 J tf rZ 1 q t f 1 t DEVELOPMENT iJ The Key Note eta Convention to Be Held In Louisville October 10 iifand 12 In these days of moneymaking one hears a great deal about the possibilities of Kentucky abou her future about the develop ment of her natural resources etc It is only necessary to turn to the records of the Secretary of State in which articles of incor poration are filed or to visit the County Clerks offices and inspect the numerous transfers of prop erty being made to be convinced that all of this is not mere talk To this fact is due the change in the name of the biennial con vention held in Louisville Up to this year these conventions were called State Commercial Conventions Jn 1005 it has been decided wise to give the meeting the name Stane De velopment Convention The men who are actively be hind this Development Conven tion movement have been at work for more than two months completing details They have broadened the plan and scope of the convention to fit the name and the delegates who attend will have theirleyes opened to the possiUilitiesfpf every section of Kentucky Jna way that can but lead tp grea results United Statis on subjects close to the hearts of all enterprising citizens have accepted places on the programme Among the subjects assigned to different speak ers are the following Kentuckys Present Opportuni ties- CapitalHow to attract to Kentucky Immigration to the Right Class How to Attract to our State Railway Extension in Kentucky Cooperation with Agricultural Interests Development of Agricultural interests in general- Development of oil interests Development of timber interests Taxation for State and county River improvementOhio and Kentucky tributaries Interurban Electric extension as a developer of the State Any person riding over the county adjacent to Olay City can behold as fine corn growing as in- any county in the State they can find pastures grazing as many head of cattle per acre asin any county and they can find some of the finest fruit and vegetable land anywhere With all of these favorable conditions we are yet sadly in need of one great important improvement and that is good roads over which to haul our products to market Then to enhance the value of our farming lands we must improve our roads Let everybody interested go to work in earnest in the proper direction and the good roads will follow Lewis Lyle and John W Me Kinney sold several head of cat- tleat Winchester Monday at fair prices We have had some cool nights this week but no frostyet f r- v 1- f I I t R yww4ielLw Death of W A Hoskin Mr W A Hoskin who has I been in very feeble health for some time passed away Friday night at about nine oclock at his home near this city Funeral services were conducted at the residence Sunday morning by Rev R A Irvin after which the remains were interred in the family burial ground Deceased was sixtyeight years old and was an exemplary chris tian gentleman and had lived such a life for over fifty years He was twice married first to Miss Emma Barnett a sister to- O W Barnett of this city and thento Miss Fletcher sister to Squire T J Fletcher also of this city who now survive him In all ho was the father of eight children three sons and two daughters by his first wife and two suns and a daughter by his last wife Two of the three first sons Riley and Post are dead and Minor the other son by his first wife has not been heard of for eight years and is also expected to be dead Mesdames Grant Elkin of Heidelberg and S M Carrier of Casey county are the surviving first daughters One of the sons by his last wife died some time since while his son Herman and daughter Miss Carrie survive The Most Orderly Town aytCity isde u dlyJJl D10 Civil an orderly towiiiternK- entucky Notlong since while driving out on an important pike from one of our neighboring bluegrass cities we noticed that the advertising signs tacked up by business firms in the city had been made a target for pistol practice many of them being to tally destroyed by the pistol to ters Such is not the case about our town We notice signs near Clay City that to our knowledge have been nailed np six years that are yet free from mutilation Large Wholesale Business For several years the whole sale houses of Louisville have been issuing free transportation to merchants coming to their city to lay in their goods Last week alone these merchants paid 10000 OOfor transportation The average cost of each ticket sup plied is 1000 so in exhausting- the 10000 00 there must have been 1000 outoftbwn merchants buying goods in Louisville last week Cincinnati can never hope to reach this mark uader any Conditions whatever She is a slow number compared to prog ressive Louisville The corn and alfalfa special touring the State this week has boon well attended and it is ed it will be of much benefit to the farmers Stray Calf Bluish black steer calf about one year old andweight about 400 pounds came to my place 1J mile weltof Clay City about August 15 Owner can have same by paying allcharges JOHN A NKAL For Sale Surveying instruments at low price as the owner has no use for them For particulars call at this iceI r J 7 i7ti Only Torpedoes We hid jut written and set an article which appears in this IFPUO on the orderly and civil condition of things in tliU city Tuesday af ternoon when we heard the report in town of what pounded to us like the repented firing of a shot gun We were in the act of changing our mind about the article just put up and take it from tho form but we learned that the reports heard were the firing of torpedoes on the railroad DIED I W M Baker the eleven yearold son of Win and Ellen Baker died at their home near Virden Wednesday September 20th of asthma Funeral ser vice by Elder Albert Easter and burial at Powells Valley the 21st A number of railroads in the State have been indicted at Frankfort for failure to report fatal accidents The LtC E is not in the list- Representativetobe Albert Easter is in Estill county inter viewing the boysP- ROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident DentistI CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up sutra In the Waldron building where an experienced Practitioner nuy be found day and night prepared to execute all kinds 0 high trade work known to modern DentIstry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY T B LlTTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLY OITV KY t B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY i i Clay City National Bank 0Capital 5000000 i i Surplus 600000 0We solicit the accounts of In dividuals Firms and Corpora S lions and offer to our customers she most favorable terms con sistent with Sound Banking and give them unexcelled facilities for the handling of their busi ness with all possible Cure Accu Iraoy and Promptness We have a SAVINGS DEPART MENT in which we accept depos its from 81 00 up and pay 3 S interest compounded every six months 2 Correspondence invited on any line of Banking Clay City National Bank r Clay City Ky I S ssSse Ses s = t a SPOUT SIRING ii Miss Amanda Todd attend cd the fair at Lexington last week Elder G W McIntosh preach eel at Powells Valley Sunda afternoon TS McKinney visited rein fives in Montgomery county n short while lust week W J Christopher was among the Winchester court visitor from this place Monday Several from here attended the funeral of Mr W A Hos kin near Clay City Sunday Tommy and W J Ohristo jher Jr were among the Stat fair visitors at Lexington last weekThos S McKinney and Wo t7 Barnett were at Heidelberg Lee county several days last week on business Dr 0 H Williams our suc cessful practictioner is at the bedside of n very sick brother on Big Sandy river There are several cases of diphtheria in our school dis trict and the school has closed to await an abatement of the dis easeW J Barnett bought in Lee county last week fifteen heat of yearling steers and seer twoyearolds We fniledto learn the price given Mr J D McKinney and Mr and Mrs Albert Hitch oi Hudson McLean county Illinois arrived here last Thursday and are now the guests of flie form ers brother TS McKinney rand other relatives in this community i th5tpWicGofrower8 aroup m arms against the trust aria are organizing to control the crop this fall sons to secure something near what it is worth to raise it Thisis awise jnpvo and we are pleased to learn that the project is now almost assured Farm for Consumptives The Kentucky Anti ubercu losis Society has decided to treat patients in tents and a large farm will beTpurehased immedi Yaely for that purpose Allpa liens who are physically able will be made to live in tents nil the f year T Decline In Birth Rater t The conclusion is reatliedin a bulletin issued by the Census I Bureau that there has been a gradual decline in the birth rate in the United OlflltO n since 18 O- No attemptis made by the author of the bulletin to account for it The streetfart and public meet ings in Frankfort have been pro Tllibited on account of the preva lence of diphtheria 0 Hows This r We offer Ope hundred Doll inn Reward for any cusp of Catarrh i that cannot bo cured by IIuiruCu tarrh Cure F J CHKXEV a Corr Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known FJ CHENEY for the lust 15 r years and believe hjm perfectly honorable in all business transact ions and financially able to carry i out any obligations made by hU Ir firlU W AIDING KINXAN MAHAIN t a IlholesaleDruggistsToledu0 Halls Catarrli Cure is taken Internally uctingdirectly upon the r bloodaudmicQUS surface of the system Testimonials sent free i Price76oTpfrtv bottle ojd 1by all Druggists t n t TflE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Je Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered os secondclass inhil matter Thursday September 28 lJOQ CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rateN with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 8La- I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Our Voting System Up until 1840 Kentucky had three days elections and only one voting place in each county One could vote on any of the three days and votes verecast viva voc and recorded in a book according ly Everybody went to the courthouse to vote and it was a jubi lee week Whiskey in those day was not taxed and the best sole for about 4 a barrel Frequently a candidate would buy a bar rel roll it up in front of the court house knock in the head tie a lot of tin cups to it and invite the voters to help themselves In 1841 a new constitution was framed and adopted which provided for dividing the counties into precincts for voting but the viva voce method was retained Later when the population became more tense there was much complaint about crowding the polls on elec tion days and it was no uncommon thing especially in cities nnd stSj to see the entrance to t 7 ting p ace cro n ePt thus deterring many timid people ram voting This crowding and lushing naturally led to fighting and election rows became so requent that some change in the aw became a necessty When the constitution of 1891 with its provision for secret was a opted the succeeding Legisla ure went a step further and provided that no one but those actually in the act of voting should remain nearer than 60 feet to the pollB This law had a most ben sflcial effect in reducing elec ion fights and many attributed it to the secret ballot rath ir than to the fiftyfoot law The constitution which provided for the secret method of vot Jng was adopted in August 1801 by the people oLKentucky who voted viva voce for and against it and at that election John Young Brown Democrat was e acted Governor That was the last August election ever held in Kentucky and the last election held under the viva vdcO plan frown was elected by 28 000 plu ality over A T Wood Republican The following year wit lessed the first voting by secret allot in Kentucky and Cleve and carried the State for JPresi dent by a plurality of 40 000 o ret Harrison After a trial of 14 years there is much dissatie action in Kentucky over the practical working of the secret allot plan and whether thepeo pIe of Kentucky will continue to vote by secret ballot or will reo tOrn to the viva vbco method is the question to be determined by the voter themselves at the corn ng November electionfixC- orrupting fruads President J hnAMcOiilloft- he New York Life tlnsurauct I Company hen questioned by the insurance Inspecitqrs of Nev Yorewas compelled to state that his company in 1004 contribute large sums bf money to the Ee publican campaign fund and that they had also done likewise iu 1800 and 1000 Numerous other corporations have a11alng been doing this which shows that the corporations all mustsjanr in the g o p The Democrat have been prel chin for year s that the Republican party dreg its strength from the support the wealthy corporations imd thatit was therefore their serv antIt is frequently wondered by many why such states as Massachusetts Minnessota Wisconsin and etc will elect Dembcratii governors arid then go Republi can in national affairs It is nov explained but it has been plait to us all the while it is the large corruption fund of the corpora tions They dont care to own the states they just take the gov eminent which includes all of the states The nominees of the Republi can convention at Stanton Sat urday are known to the majority of our readers Dr Knox thi nominee for Judge is a lending physician of the upper portion of the county Robert Blackburn the nominee for County Clerk is an ejnploye of the Standard Oil Company at a fat salary M A Philips candidate for Obuntj Attorney is a county seat law y erWe have the kindest regards for each of these gentlemen personally but when it comes to n political fight we are up in arms against them Still we are go ing to do the next best thing for them we are going Jnheln de eats re yreP a ratio majority ever r cord dinP- owell county So stinging will be their defeat after we get hrough with them they will not- e likely to again want to make mother race in Powell county If you live in an incorporated own and wish to vote in the coming November election you nust register next Tuesday ctober 8rd and hold your cer tificate until the day of election vien you must exhibit that cer tificate to the officersof election before you will be allowed a vote Under the old method of voting theire can be no stuffing the ballot boxes no tissue or sppiled Ballots Every vote will be counted as cast a record kept so it can be recounted if necessary Dont forget to vote for a ihange in the constitution so the old system can be returned to An Ohio editor is said to have started about twenty with 15 cents and is now worth 100000 His acumulation of wealth is owing tohis frugality trice attention to business and the fact that an uncle died and left him 00908 In naming their candidates for countyofficerBtheRQPubU sans of this county were very kind to name at least one man olio was so Well acquainted with Democrats a shert time ago Some people inthe United States drunk 49450000 barrels f Jbeer last year We guess heir wives suspected it nUthe time 1 Dont forgetito register next Tuesday rtrr Resister Tuesday r1Jr i- p R LY r ++ ++++t ++ ++ Hf+ t+ tt + +ft I1 I IJ r f It I i f tJ I p t IJ f I V- y t 1 ff Jrw iJ 4t4 I I New j GIJiQtiSI f 7 Ji J w t 1 i i Are now arriving at Our Store for the lTrade and the continuation fJ K IFall xrtemely Low Prices made will t 0 l afford an excellent opportunity for l C folose buyers of merchandise x i Line to save money on every rticleJ f+ theymaywish totiuy rar nn w- 1z1 iii I I p r 4J 4P MRS iI WILLIAMS + rI I J eiir 1- k i lt ii 9 1 f J Ji OlalJGlt iT f + JI iJi1Ii rA rh+ iF Oil 7 Ii7 It Of Ji IiJiI t4 j i rf i p H JTi H tut+ JI I ++ t+Soj + ++ + + + + + +++ ot + + + + rI 10 l t j 4r x t- rdie I i t t lJLightest Jght RollsYndTFlakiest Biscuit iN t S- Pe 1ai40iYPride Flourr A II TaeNoother Eve ySaCkrGJufranteeti r J st iMANUFACTURED BY J A1 CAIN VERSAILLES KY l 7ti- tI Sold by our Leading Merchants ef A w iii +++ + + + +fi+ tit+ +++ ++ + 44+++ + f++44 + + tXNSUREWXTH f 1 wF A LYON SOIL ba 4 The XjoiKliiiQ JCnBtirnnoo Aj ont + oi JQaiateru JSoutuolcy ff 4- f t + 2ooooo ooou i j rOver r- Represented i + I Every one who knows anything about insurance know flitthey are leaders in this line ++ + + + + + + o1H + + C+M + +++ +dt ++t++cotlt6 A FOLKA DOTCANS M1 r oTi c 1 l = =MthMNLwrrl A small lnrtumMlipaintadttpadrtoth5 Iutandbuuryofyourpmpenyend- mktt you t I the bcU iaxinncnii n3 pest big rtturon proed values hnurine noi in ipeaurBat whir you Reinbay only Wlcoll1T1uTbepdatthatltreadsMmlawithliuutdoil M lo nrr good rewoo we know B LitttepMage Son nil cn rrc 1PA- Ni ft CLAY CITY r- I KY a 0 r oj r f r + 4 1 It o 4 1 kTHE x Out Electioneering Let Powell be Represented TIMES Albert Hamilton the republican A chief feature of the State nominee for Rcpresenfa Development Convention in Lou AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THUHSDAY SEPT 28 1005 r LOCAL BREVITIES jy John A Roberts of West iv i Bend was in the city Tuesday Vv Wil Cassidy made a busi ifess trip to Oampton Tuesday i v Mrs J 0 Fitch of Lexington is visiting relatives in the pity A Knights Pythiitf IQlgc will bo organized at Irvine Monday 11 Mr and Mrs Reuben Tipton are visiting relatives in Clark county this week MrsJ W Murphy of In dianapolis Iivli is visiting her 1 mother Mrs Durrett White Rov S 11 Carrier and family v of Bethel Ridge Casey county are visiting relatives in this countyrsf Dr B Littlepage reports the birthof a daughter to and Mrs D H Mountz Sunday Sep tom Uer 2i JA j4 3 I 1- tR W Mille 1Plqcf tic Horn inee for Representative in Mail ison county fIR citndidato- forSlieaker of the House The postoflicVab Viqnna which was discontinued about a year ago hnsiorirreestablished with JamesJIutson postmaster Irvin will preach the futeralof Mrs IJdtth Banal ti at West Bend Chapel the seeoni Sunday in October aBennett White of thus city hits aCCCJtCIl lw c cling salesman for tlie Power Grocery Company of Paris Miss Carrie Barnett returned Saturday after a visit to the family of her cousin Richard Barnett in BourbolV county Dillard Berryman formerly of this county has bought a farm of sixty acres in Clark county near Winchester at sixtyseveii dol lars per acre W 0 floskin of Clark spun ty visited his mother Mrs Pat gey Hoskin near the city Satur day night and attended tile iN neral of his cousin Win A Hos kin Sunday i v The Ladies Aid Society of the Preribyleriun Church will give a supper at the Gymnasium Hull Saturday night for the hen onto of their church Oysters and ice cream will be served After a three months visit to relatives in Powell and Estill counties George W Vaughn started Monday for his home in Arizona He goes by Ihjlepdnd ence illioMaud wiU visit relatfves tJiGro fur a few days Jfyoii +Tvunt to ill WaiysUpljl time hej uiit iviitcli U1 good ropuir Si4 ebb n t Airs 1Villitiniericksonof Know I tUII at tendtdthe funeral iifher bpothor Win A Muslin utitiits place Sundiry Her hus iknil Rev Win Derickson who hhasbeon afllicted for nearly fiiXj elira still dctstilritlllrCty = 10CURLACOLD1INOiYE DAV 4 rIiio jAXATivui IJIWMO QUI i lun All IJ uggiitrll n tbeaiiilne Ctrifait f111tti atirc 3 11 Llrove ssbnttt t taon euclt4- f ill Xl f Xj Jr4 iJI r H1 1 d tiye in this district was in the city Friday shaking hands with friends and soliciting support He went from hero to Stanton and mingled with his Brcthrei in their convention there Saturday =Injured by Fall from Wagon JJ Conner formerly of Es till county and near this city but who dow lives in Bourbon county near Austeriitz fell front u largo loadof baled hay three weeks ago and sustained painful if not serious injuries One of his ears was cut oil Guard Against Diphtheria J N McCormack Secretary of the State Board of Health lids distributed circulars in all pats of the State on Prevention of JCicountity diphtheria is of far more im portance to Kentucky than sntallpaixyellow fe yer o cholera Family Reunion s GAt the home of Simpson Gar rott near Levee Sunday there was a rotation of the family of Mr G P Douglas His son Chas Douglasand daughter Mrs Geo Garrett and their fan ilies of Lexington Ill were there fatnilylofTrimble ily of Madison county The oth er members of the family all live near Levee and were present There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of thisiTintl tike it to VYQbbuplaygitys lIm elerrnml silver smith and let film fix it All work guaranteed 0 J u i Judge Benton refuses ioKva = cato the bench in the Clark Cir suit Court in the contempt proceedings agaiiisb Judge Harist flipechodavit endeavoring to get a new judge hold of the case Attac ed a Mob and beateniu a labor lot untiT- ioveled witI suruanafiteltoIifca f car inductor applied Bucklens Ar niea Salvtuutl was soon sound an4etltIu eit l i ftlc hdfTHloMb Miott Vnd li 1rjTelfrct + Srnly heulvfbr cytejfajrfd lJiifns Ollr25c lit SwunnDay Lumber GOj storeState r lI 1nlrja Success IIDhe a laps week was a crowning sue ce fi in every paVticular and the Legislature will be asked toap- p 1500 00 ahnually to etch iffl the holding ofIt State fair For SaleFine Farm oh235 acres 100 acrea of which is rich river bottom and bend loud tIiree miles from flay City New peliARurysprings on the place convenient to school and etc plenty of timber to keep fence up on the place will row corn wheat tobacco and ev Statelyili rrefUllrgnin V V To The Public l i Ikgtnning July I5ili I will start uj5 woolcardinK factory near Val 7rccntsfp ttiivcwnol LEWIS IA8rIN c y 1 c isvillo October 10 11 and 12 will be a roll call of Kentucky noun ties in which a representative citizen from each county will he expected to respond In this roll call the chairman will ask for answers on at least two questions What has your county in ft gen oral way in agriculture forestry minerals and industrial inter ests What does your county need t6 improve its present con cMUon Powell by till means should he represented at this convention and if it were on any other days save Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs day the days we must get out our paper itwould be represented Arid when the name of Powell count was culled wo would arise In answer to the question what dues our county need say contented citizens who rire willing to labor and take advantage of our cheap laud and numerous other inducements autl oodronds Got Off Cheap lIe well think he is got off cheapwho after having contract led constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore hi stealth Nothing will do thisbut Dr Kings New Life Pill A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache consi pntionr etc 25i at SvaiinDay LumberGo 8 store guaranteed Ih iir h P J Lust rrf Outline Ky who killed liigswifo confessed thatjhe is hhorbin his accounts ivifl thoOtntiborland Telephone Company r i1Ik Finding Money islike ladingljealth monoy so tlose w arq sick Whe ltrive ucough cold I sore t trout oresFtitii j bettetTOct promptly like WCllnr ber of Sandy Level Vii Ile says I had a terrible chest trouble Jt atuike unlLconi dust on 1 1r iitbtititfter fIIguo relief Crq lue ie wa C ured bf Dingis WIiY Vlfolry for 11lU1 lion Coos Gruatest sale of aiiycoughor lung ine Tcine in tale world At Swann Day Lumber Cos store BOo and 51t00 guaranteed Trial bottle freest f Mrs IIei1altors is very sick nt her homo in this city Are You Engaged f J3nghged people should remem ber that after marrlugc many quurels can be avoided by keeping their digestions I a good condition with Electric Bitters SA Brown of Beunettsville S C says For years mywife suffered intensely from dyspepsia aomplIgatgdwith a torpid liver she lopthgrslrength and vigor find becanieuuiero wreck of her former self Tlien she tried ElectrJuBjtterp Nvhich helped her- at dace and finally made her cGf tireiyweH She is now strong unS JumberCIsella Bottle 1 y Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and outbuildings two never falling springs Prjce SOOO one half cash This is u snap that will soon bu taken up- TE BunouEIi Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Sev nth ave with seven lots back of Presbyter in church Will be sold at a bar gainM Bailey Ptttronizoa liquie industry by buying the best tlour Snow Flake and tiliitelose- z I r- IJ f Q 4 Startling Facts A1 E BARNET1 Nt SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice Now Clean Standard Goods bought in the hest mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices BO low as to make you wonder how we got them Everything from iDaper ofPins tpjd t ed chng I rousseall from a Cake fioap to a CarLoad of Bacon j rz Bring on your produce and receive the hest prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks re lit your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and arc Swapping your Unole Sams Genuine coin foi sane allowing top c market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY f I v r gkck Creek Lime Works IR S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslacl nd Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to denier or consumer tit Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sefl at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City nun H F Hilleivneyerv SOS Blue GrasslNurseries LEXINGTON KY Oller for the Full of 1005 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamcntul trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant ani Custom MILLER I Ky1CLAY CITY Custom work six lays in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal ahvayson hand Grinds for onesixth toll lawltt Hazel 8alv I Fer PMos lure Swys I i S f = TIIErHllel Bkl k INcORPoRATED N II WiriiEnsrooy Pros Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20sOQOtll We solicit the accounts of imlivid = iials firms and corporatirfns1848 1iM 1 4 aiii cE DANIELk GLftY GITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Freslvbread Uik Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid for Chickens Eggs and all kinds Poultry Y Cray City Hotel JT II Eel ToN rroi r- 7f Tablesupplie1 with the best the markers affords Everything neat and clean Rates SlSOpiJr day 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending a euetch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an tion lrlctlrcollddOIlUal la HANOSUOKontatent- ssent tree Oldest for lecurmr P tents through Munn h Co receive- spCOl nuke without eberge In the Scientific Itnerican A handtomelr lllaitr t d weekly Largest Cir culatlon of any eclentlflo Journal Vornii 13 a- Ma i four months tL Sold byall newidealore 361Broadwar New York BrantOSicet F BU Waiblmton D Co r Kimbrell John Ilnnis nnd K II levies attended Winchester court last Monday flu sebum at tins place bus been fired on account of the prevalence of diphtheria Mr Mary MtKiniieYof Virden is visiting her daughter JIr John Harris tins week Everett Burton of Blooming dale visited relatives here lust Sat urday ami Sunday Horn to Shelton Larison and wife a boyalso to Harlin Win burn and wife a boy William Stone and son are pre IT IfoodHealthy ligst means blood for the body butstomach troubles arise from carelw n in eating and stomach disorders tho entire ayatem Iroprop masticated sours on slolnachlcauiling distressing and nausea When overeating is persisted in the stomach becomes and worn out and dyspepsia claims the victi- mThodfords BlaclcDraught cures dyspepsia It frees tho stomach of congested mailer and ivcs the t new life Tho stomach U quickly invigorated and tho natural Emulation results in a Rood a Mite with the power to thor 1v food fir I lNildupyourBtom3Ch snit fate IlT17hedfonls Ltack curt buy a MhaMfiroca yew dealer for If bIdes sot top it send the 11101U to The Chattanooga ChattanoogaTetam THLDFORDSBLACK f i Small Store Small Expense Small Preffts R drug store Is email but we carry thateverylenluJtl quality that you do pot find oftea in even the larger drug stores Buyers here are POHhely every line of drug store goods Because werfellows who have big rents and big wages r to pay Our prices are so low and the merit of our goods so great that it will r pay you to go out of your way to come here The following is one of our off- ersConstipated CureiYou have tried pills You know your own experience that a phy ktcwoatcure Jral experience show you what will cure foodluthealimentarytubemass makes blood which makes bad health probablycausesorllkeanrtlringelaecontaining I properties of the grape which strengthens the organs and enables properlyNoreturned We know that Mulls Grape Tonic will cure samplebottletaken It We only ask that you use the ronteub or the tint bottle as directed You Jon t obligate yourself to buy any of the remedy FREE COUPON Send this coupon tylth your name and bottie Mulls Crape Tonlo Co BOO Third Ave Rock Island III Give Full Addrett anA Write Plainly The 100 bottle contains nearly three times the SOc 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 COME AND alibi US LITTLEPAGE SON r 1 u- r ry P paring to erect a buine P hotf TjJt a nt Iron Mound nnd will engage in tho merchandise busitiesp Snow CreekI Grecly Snowdon sold to Ifraiieee Vlvion a cow for 25 Corn cutting and sorghum mak ing are all the go here Several from here attended court at Winchester Monday Mrs Frances Yivion visited rein tives in Clark and Woodford quali ties last week Misses Lulie and Pena Ogden of Stanton visited relatives and friends here last week A Miss Ware and Miss Nancy Berry visited the latters grand pa rents at this place Sunda- yJeffersonville Miss Murtle Smith visited Miss Manda Martin Saturday Frank Cockratn who has been dangerously ill is much better Miss Sallie Ficfylen has recoveied from a severe attack of scarlet fe verFletcher Richardson nnd David Stuart went to Natural Bridge Sur day and report a good time Miss Mary M Martin and Master Charley are visiting Miss Mar tha Martin on Red River this week Misses Loucreea Richardson and t Lou Strange and Mr Cort Willough by visited at GB Martins Monday nightHarrison Willoughby diedof typhoid fever Sunday morning At the home of his mother Mrs Bet tie Willoughby John Storm of Indianapolis Ind who has been visiting hs Sather 5 I family settirned tiomo llon aYe Winchester Court About three hundred cattle on the market most of them sold Trade was brisk at lower prices than last court A large num ber of broke mules on the mar ketTwith but few sales buyers and sellers being too far apart Nearly 200 mule colts were sold at prices rnngingfroin 80 to 85 according to quality Among the sales were the following Conner Horton sold 34 year ling steers 800 Ibs at 3 25 J R Adams sold i cow 840 lbs at 2 50 M W Holladay sold at auc tion 7 steers 1240lbsat4 40 James Pace sold 2 steels 840 1bat 2 50 R M Millard sold some heif ers 725 Ihs at 2 75 Ben Rainey sold4 steers 570 Ibs at 3 25 EK Thomas bought 17 steers 700 Ibs at 2 70 Lew Rainey sold 2 steers 1 075 Ibs at 4 Al Rankin sold 4 steers 8W lbs atU2G and 2 steers 3025 Ibs at 8 75 Joe Downing bought 18 heifers 700 lbs at 2 65 and 3 heif ers 750 bsat2 25 J G Hays sold 14 heifers 5EO Ibs at 2 00 I N Berry sold 10 hiefers 025 Ibs nt2 65 Lisle McKinney sold 20 steers 820 Ibs at 880 J It Adams sold a coW 840 Ibs at 2 50 and 2 yeerling steers tOO 1bs nt16 50 each Newt Rankin bought 69 com mon yeanling mules at80to0each I Jr W Strode bought J8 JnllhI avengoprice uJerry 1 ling mules at 1750 each anti sold them at 49 50 John n Duvall bought yester tiny for John Cecil of Columbia Tonu fiftyone weanling mules at ail average price of 75 =Win Winchester c DemocratLevee Dutch Hinds who hue lienon the sick list for some time is a little better is a wag1allMrs Joe West of Doylesville Madison cojinty is g reJa tives hero the past Week Mrs Spinal Smith of Spruce Creek is visiting her sister Mrs William Conkwright sit this place PntrickgllnslifT of Charles West Saturday night and Sunday Mr Sanford Garrett and sister Miss Lucy who have 1 eon on the sick list for quit awhile is sonic what better Charles Douglas and family and Mrs Geo Garrett of Bloom ington Illare visiting the fame ily of G P Douglasof this place Good Farm For Sale Farm of 198 acres one half mile from Spout Spring well improved good building Forty acre of timber balance in cultivation On this place there are several never failing springs and some bottom land For further information call on J E BunoiiEK Clay City Ky aaM 1y aeM K aMLuIP7saaseasss- aMmodel tore- rpenn aleloetakssrlese aaaaeMe- ce tsstabaal M7aatltaalaea eRs PSOdyBooksonson ssrsntlalletWASIHINOTOM0 S If You ARE 6oo ftlven Away The Weekly lIrlejJournal lleiiry VntHTSons pallrItnts lerlousproposes to give nwtiy twenty ChristuuiB presents ranging frnmI MOO to 820 amounting to sn o tiii19iere will fie four general presents of 8iOO85a jO and 820 milt sixteen presents OH MQtind ldO to be given in thu states of Ken lucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and BudIal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly CourierJourn al giving full details It will be sent free Hellri Wattersons Letters from EuropaWill e A Leading Feature of The CourierJournal Biting 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ALfRACTIOE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Hates Dally CourlerTonrnnl 1 year 6 I Daily an4 Sunday 1 year a Wfie 11 l year 1 CWRWRJOURN CO JUMMVHXB KY lr iil rrngeaents You can get F And the- WEEKXCUURIERJOURNAr Both one year for only One DollarTliiaU for cash subscriptions only All baeriptions under this combination er mustbe sent through the TIMES t A Democrat Or if You are npt You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge orgunizalion plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves tOlitttmdall primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1908 It is a practical method for the organization of the party by the rank and tile inorderr that it may prove true to Jts name and be the efficient forvant of the people in the eatabliehHient reform A little investiga tion will convince you that the Commoner ijns hit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully flied by state coun ty and voting precinct If the sameiuterest manifested in this work during the past four months maintained duririg the next two years the total membership will exceedfourmilllonDemoeratio voter The Commoner is issued weekly eubacrjplion fi a year By special arrangements for a short time only we offer the ClayCity Times and The Commoner one year both for1 lQ AdIressallorders t- oTHg TIMES Clay Gify Ky To Cure a Cold in Day Laxative Bromo Qumhneits SeveebtWltea r6W +eidbMkilaretratb6 1IWI N1t fe- a too ro J f j 4- YiR Ir y c Zik r yer a A Guaranteed d- ju Cure for Pile f J itching Blind Bleeding or Pro 1 itending Pile Druggists t 1 ey if PA550 fails to y cure anycaso no tntttteroEhmvkot standing in I J to 14 days Firdtalitgivei ease aurlrest5lJc If your druggist hasnt it send tjuy y v in Htnmps and it will bii forwardwl w poatpuid St Louis MoN c The Hagan Gas o1 or Gasoline Engine The DeBt the Simplest the most reliablej the most Durable mine Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe a Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES I Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WIITCKXSTXS XT KILLTHeCOUCHAND WITH Dr Kings tlFOR cNSUMfTIONUGHSaN t One Tire rhl1t1nlll11 plication B0e1i frit 1 Free Trial Surest and auiokeat Cure for alt THROAT and LUNG TBOTJB LE8 orMONEYBA- CLLexington EasternRyrEffective play 21 1905 EASTBOUND No 2 No 4 JpailyStations Lv Lexington 325 745 s Wtecheater 810 825 41 L AE Junction 922 887 aS7lay CIty356 913 Stanton 406 921 Roaslyn 412 028- II Natural Bridge 43l95rtS Torrent 440 lQ08- It i BeattyvilIeJunc5lt 1021 otc KJunct 6 1120 ArJackson610 1lO c was noetihI OLeS No 8- Daily Nol Daily ex Sun I Stations P M A m LvJaekson225 625 d 44 0KJunct 2 80 6 211 44 BeattyvIlleJunca20 126 i Torrant 347 747 44 Natural Bridge 401 J01R- osslyn 435 bail 44 Stanton 480 IiI 1 44 OIR OILY 4311 8x7aL6cEJunctIonb0s 6111 a 44 Winchester 520 003- Ar Lexington 003 1010 cgnnectidnYorCannel Railway daily except Sunday Nos 1- andj connect nt L A E Junction with O a 0 for ItSterling and local points Trains Nos 8 and 4 connect at Beat nylorBeattyvllloexcept Sundaya I J R BARR Gen Manager OnAH8CQTT Gen LIIBS Agt l crff Ihi Two Days r si frJais ids r y V L r if ic+ r t Jirt