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I TilE CLAY r CITY TIMES 1 1 i lip cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 fi Burgher Publisher I VOL io CLAY TYKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 1905 NO 40 IThe WIN of WA Hosklna 1 ewillof W A Hoskins deceased was probated in the County court Monday The farm and personal property is to re main in the possession of his sun Herman who in considera tion must care for his mother and single sister At the expiration of the five years the estate is to be divided according to law For Sale Fresh grown ginseng seed at rea sonable prices J W MIZE Vaughns Mill Ky We loony Ceiling Stuirwayn Fronts Damages Awarded Miss Millie Skinner was allow ed 75 damages by jury for right of way on the new Black Creek road The viewers assessed the damages at 1f50 but this amount wyis rejected and the case ap pealed to the County court with above results His First Sermon Pastor Geo D Prentiss preach ed his first sermon in the Metho dist church Sunday morning und preached again that night H made a vary favorable impression with his congregation I PITTTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER rTHE ONLY PERFECT MACHINE MADE Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder Uni versal Keyboard Light Touch Rapid Acti- onPRICE 75 It Reaches the of Business Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for catalogue and proposition to dealers PittsburgWriting Machine Co PITTSBURO PA 4 SHI MF ESSELS Clay Citys Leading fetore The store where you have been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the fold with the usual LARGE STOCK of General Merchandise selling to tho Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable Go ds At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a line of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery und Etc In fact all Summer Goods are it eluded These goods though seasonable now must he sold to make room for our New Full Stock This is a chance far 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 no hand Telephone 33 Goods delivered to ull parts of the city 8 S H 1 MFESSELS F RELIANCE MFG Go R Winchester Ky MapuFacture- k Sash Flourhtg r 1 ln ll YatherIWMording0 Verandas Pickets Shingles and Etc 1 Store Demands 0 We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing 1 and Etc it 0 f t Send us Your estimatesc 4 I + j t Prompt = ShipmentsY f i 7 c I0 7 i 7 a A h r1- x J Stole TweatyFIve Dollars Saturday night Joe Cooper J young negro man stole 25 in bills from Joe Mountz The money wa taken from Mountz hip pocket as he passed up Sixth ave from the barber shop Mr Mountz had been in the barber shop and was seen by Cooper to put the money in his pocket Cooper was sus picioned on account of lavishly m at a saloon Saturday nightand was seen with firsearrested the negro claimed that the money was given him by his father His father confessed to having given him some money but the amount given and the a mount in Joes possession didnt correspond then he said he found it but at last confessed t tho act Mr Mountz recovers 17 50 the remainder having been spent before arrest The negro formerly drove a de livery wagon for Roses store but more recently has been work ing at Central Hotel He is in it bad now and will spend Ute greater part of the next few years in the employ of the Commonwealth at Frankfort The Good Roads in Estill Lust summer in our neigboring county Estill this side of Irvine a demand for Ian improvement oi the miserable mud roads took hold of some bf the enterprising citizens who atnostly went to Trry Jr X rfimi ft V oHllim KTttf with the prbper frethods applied a first class road vas produced for at least a few miles A subscrip Hon was asked from all persons possibly interested and tley in the majority subscribed liberal ly This with some aid from tin- county enabled the people to ge some road of fine quality for mountain county The road in the worst clay places was bedded withrock and then graveled making a fine pike Other ces not so bid were just gravelI ed The consequence was that last winter instead of the mir kneedeep clay mud roads these people had a fine road to travel into the county seat These few miles of excellent road were built at a possible cos of not more than two hundre- dollars per mile but the materi al of course was very conven ient to get All of this was brought about by a spirit of enterprise in the right direction and a determination on the par of the promoters Other coun ties can do the same thing if they will only go at it in the rightI wayFine Powell County Apples Charles A Conlee who lives near Stanton Was in the city Friday with a wagon load of as fine apples as we ever eery They were of the Ben Davis variety Land simply unsurpassed He I readily sold them of course such fine apples never strike dull market What Mr Conlee is doing ca- be n duplicated by others in Pow ell county and at the same time beii source of much proiitjtud pleasure If there was much of growers in the county there would soon be buyers here to purchaso every bushel at a l 1 yIA 011 r yl1 very fair price They would be shipped to the city and placed ini storage for winter market sery farmer should have an orchI I nrd of not less than four or lice acres and it should consist of n variety of fruit so if one kind got I killed others would bear Fruit on our 10 per acre land does better and yields as much per acre as it does 100 per acre land in the bluegrass but on this costly land some get rich growl ing fruit while we allow better fruit land to take to bushes and briars and complain of the poor country and hard times About Bridges It seems that Powell county in the matter of bridges is going to be outstripped by her neighbor willdbonds amounting in all to 45 00000 for the construction of three bridges in the county If the proposition carries Lee cotin ty will soon have three steel bridges across Kentucky river at important crossings From the proposition it will be seen that a bridge in Lee across the Ken tucky river is figured to cost five times what one costs across Red river in Powell county We in a few years are going to get some bridges without bonding the county The county is now out of debt the court house and jail being paid for aiuLwiiiiVH tntrnrnrgesi one anife tiro ne we can pay for them Mark our prediction the sentiment is strong and our officers are nnx ious for the improvement which is sure comingIThe Wood and the Coal Fire thettheasend the shadows flickering and dancing on the walls and sing to the little folks and make bright pictures for them as they watch my sparks go up nrd like fireflies ni the night j ofycages and see the old loved faces inmy flames j I bring them mem ories some touched with tears and theyt adsense sweetest sleep that kisses down their dreaming eyes I sing the stormy winds away and the loneliness of the rain that dashes down andtpeace restAnd the CoalFire answered 5 It is true and well you play your tl But what can I do I belong to the Coal Trust and the Cool Trust has no Jleartno love for lit tie children and sweet dreams I It only has money to barn und mono ry is not Lovetisbutacold and hard reality while Love is all in ife But still I do my duty j and hav dreams if they will dream them I bring them silent comfort I thztaages Coal Trust well goodnight Exchange I Frank Hughes and Cliff Hag grad of Ruckervillo were in the city yesterday on business I Judge Hargis was acquitted at Winchester on the charge of spir iting away witnesses I Democratic Convention I The Democrats of Clay City lire hereby called to meet at the Octf the various city offices to be vot ed for at the coming November election All Democrats in tho city are requested to come out C W BARNETT Chm Clay Citys Registration Tuesdays registration in Clay City was very satisfactory to everybody but the Republicans There were 113 voters registered as Democrats 45 as Republicans and 3 as independents This is a- very healthy pain for the Dem ocrats and time supplementary registration wilt show even greater gains Good Farm For Sale Farm of 198 acres one half mile from Spout Spring well improved good building Forty acres of timber balance in cultivation On this place theta are several never failing springs and some bottom- land For further information call on J E BURGHEK Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS ryLMLUNNdh1a1y1 M1h11nIyM Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Waldron building ounddayhigh grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOEM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OHY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Clay City i National Bank 0Capital 5000000 s Surplus 600000 i 0 5 We solicit the accounts of In dividuals Firms and Corpora lions and offer to our customers the most favorable terms con sistent with Sound Banking and igive them unexcelled facilities for the handling of their busi ness with all possible Cure Accu racy and Promptness We have a SAVINGS DEIART MENT in which we accept depos its from 81 00 up and pay 3 interest compounded every six month + Correspondence invited on any Hue of banking Clay City National Hank i- I jClayCity Ky v i y yr 50 SPOUT SPRING 1Most nil the diphtheria crises in this school district are now improving Moses McKinney of near Mt Sterling is visiting friends and relatives in this community this week Mr nnlrMrs Marion McKinney of Lexington are visiting their parents and other relatives nt this place Moses McKinney and W J Christopher Jr called on lady friends in Irvine Tuesday even ing I Since the closing of our school last week on account of diph theria Miss Amanda Todd leather hts returned to her home at Irvine 7 Married Sunday October 1st at the residence of thee brides father George Hall near this place Miss Mattie Hall and J D Sparks Elder B F Wright officiating Mr and Mrs A K Lowry formerly of this place but now of Normal McLean county Illinois are here visiting the from ers father W J Christopher and other relatives in the countyThere will bo preaching at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday mornings by Elder George W McIntosh Every one who can come out is cor dially invited to attend these servicesDavid Snowden returned last Friday froth Bourbon county where ho has been employed for the past several months He says early tobacco crops in that coUnt are now beginning d r c- as o 05 A Mr Bryan d cincdthlit a syn companiesiand other large financial concerns brought about his defeat in 1806 Mr Bryans declaration was scouted by the Republicans at the time Recent investigations of life insurance companies have proven that Mr Bryan spoke the truth The board of trustees of the Fordsville Graded school issued bonds to the amount of 400000 with which to build a house and as the proposition was notsub mitted to a vote of the people the taxpayers refused to pay The bond holders brought suit and was awarded the school building in settlement this decision is upheld by the court of Appeals Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications ns they can nt reach the diseased portion of I the ear There is only one way to euro deafness and that is bycon stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an In limed condition of the mucons lining of the Eustuch ion Tube When this tube Is in ilumed you have n rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Drafnees is the rrsult tied unless the inilnninniiion cmi lie taken out and this tube n stored toils minimi condition henr ing will he destroyed forever hike ca es out of ton ore called by Cut arrh which is nothing but nn in lumed condition of the niucou surface + We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that raiinoibe cured by Hulls Caturh Cure Stud for fiirculnre free F JQHENKY CO Telerfo O Sold by Drujigiats 75- cTa1eHn11eFamily Pills forcpn Btipatiqn t t I THE TIMES 19nID EVEn THUUSDAT J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday October lr 1005 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Mt Cincinnati Enquirer 11C Louisville Commercial 75- t Home and Farm 75 An Open Letter In an open letter to President John A McOall of the New York life insurance company Frank lin Leonard JrM a defeated dem ocratic candidate for Congress ih the 17th district of New York city yesterday asked Mr McCall how much of his mqney paid on a life insurance policy had been used to defeat him Mr Leon ards letter was prompted by President Modulis statement be fore the legislative investiga ting committee thst ho had ordered a contribution of about 180000 to the Republican na tional campaign fund in 1004 In his letter Mr Leonard says Last year I held a policy a mounting to 20000 in the New York life insurance company nnd paid the yearly premium At the same time I was nominat ed for Jongrcssjy the Demo cratic party in the 17th district Clljs WllU a close and doubtful dish t iHld3 trtt1itoxkt eaf idmitthat large sums from the Republican campaign fund were expended in this district Per sonally I am satisfied that those funds helped materially to bring about my defeat I would par ichlarly like to know how much of my money paid to your com pany in trust for my little family after my denth together with hefunds of more than 23000 other democrats and friends who cast their votes for mo in the 17th district was used to bring about my defeat and to defeat the will of these voters I venture the c pinion that even my Republican opponents would hardly advocate the use of my funds and the funds of thousands of other pjoii yholdors in this manner Paying Own Expenses W J Bryan is making a trip round the world but he is not out on the expense of others He flatly declined the free use of a private- car He always has and always will pay his way Hois no sponge It is not so with Roosevelt He has ridden over the country for years in free special trains made up of most luxurious curs and lived on the bounty of the railroads at a cost to them Qf many hundreds of thousands- of dollars If we received 50000 00 an lually wo think we could pay our own car fare and live quite comfortable besides Maryland Democrats The Democrats of Maryland mye bit one issue in their cam pnign and that is the disfran hisement of the negro TJeir platform declares as follows common consent the only- lsspeinthis campaignis whether negro put uiiohus against our will by forcoshallbe v J c evirdWo rnRKeit the single issue of- this campaign Wo desire it to be our battle cry The negro vote as it stands today is a perpetual menace jb tho perpetual pence of Maryland a menace to our very civilization itis ignorant corrup- tthghliud instrument of selfish leaders Commissioner of Internal Revenue John W Yerkes is up r gainst it since ho made the ruling that dealers handling patent medicine containing a large per cent alcohol should pay the u sual tax collected front rectifiers The immediato enforcement of the law will bo held up to give the manufacturers of such medi tines a hearing In an opinion of the Court of Appeals handed down by Judge ORear the tax collector doesnt necessariallvlmve to always sell personal property to make tax before levying on land Thus it seems the Sheriff may levy on either personal or real property to collect what is due the State Talk good roads boost good roads dream of hood roads and work for good roads until we can ride good roads in every direc tion from Clay City Then our town and surrounding country will begin to improve and not much until i While each Democratic policy holder in the Equitable was voting his own little ballot for his principles his insurance company w scRstingciS50OOO worth of them for theRepublicn candidate There is yet ono way if yen are a policyholder by which you- Publican oHHit riInU eampalgnzfundand not sacrifice your policy but you have to die Dr A T Knox Republican nominee for County Judge has withdrawn fronvthe race and M A Phillips nomineQ for County Attorney is alsooif the track Those insurance magnates who worked so hard for sound money are mow finding that it makes in fernallytoo much sound For PainTake a 0r Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Llke- Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern discoveries in medicine making it possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffectsTou ate1ydependupon Dr Miles AntiFain PIUs to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They irlll also by their calming act Ion on the nerves almost Instantly relieve such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tabs lty Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by persevering in their use you do away with the cause Dr Miles AntlPalh Pills are guar qryourI am thankful for the good Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have and aro doing me Ever since the war I Have spells of severe throbbingache lyearscaused by catarrh until sixago I AntiPain Pills the onllreme4Y that ever gavo me I have not had one hard attack because I take a Pill ditacultyUEOOAUNDEUS IFREE TrialPack 8Clcntltlcnemd11for C S oJ Iio l r 4 t t S n M Ijie T+ +t+++ f + fifi tfiifd tfifit1+fifififi iiht9f1ti1t1 t i t I pr 5 i i- I v c NrFT b tjc T t jv ijI New YiQ w Ll v 4 i1 i I tIAre now arriving at Our Store for the M IIFall Trade and the continuation of t Exrtemely Low Prices made l will II an excellent opportunity iafford forIclose buyers of merchandise in iV I Line to save money on every Article i tth y may wish to buy 1 j it b i f of i l4RSJ W WILLIAMS l- j Clay City Ky IIf + i i i 0 i i + I a- 4The i++otot ++ + ++++ ++ t+ +4 + + +t+++ +i+ I l1I j Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest BiscuitrrAre Mn leVl oi YouTJse Pearl and Bakers Pride floi V Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed r MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY jSold by our Leading Merhanbi1 f +H t + H lB + + U + + + ++ t++ n + 0 r INSURE WITH 4 l 1 ITli tot i3u toru Jtoutiiclty 1 t iOver 200000000 r r Represented i tr Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are lenders in this line r + + + + + 3 it r +F t d d CN++++dti dF4 ot +t+F41 FF+ Mrx l r POLKA DOT CANS 1 EAUWFY Y0URaOME 1T 1 XINT r J LpofMat MeaerMdua =c = 4 iIr+a =IAanell lmumtnt in pitot odd giculy 10 the nine tad ol your Ptopirqr endIIyou I good aciehbot by BUlung t rood neighborhood Good oat ol I eepauBut a VIlified w- Acre one aublrreaoa why t rcuon every hones punter will icknawhilgt r Tilt Oil It the Lift of Peal th ewe 10 get good od U to buy hire ate1orvrygoodpure horn the atuer barrel no f rom the real mued till c a The paint ha le rtttt lIB Littlepage Son JKIlLR r1t Il HY f r fJj CLAY CITY KYpo t r i rwA A O1HE1 XN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER iUI SDQ FO r 5 1005 1 JJOCAJJ BREVITIESl w t Noah hose was hero Tuesday romJacltson and registered Dr RIrvin is quite ich lifting con filled to his homo rV Several from here attended 4 SVuiity Court at Stanton Mon i day l1M Stone and James Stone y tQf Right Angle were in the city yesterday on business rl A D Campbell of Irvine was irthe guest of his son Prof 0 W J Campbell a few days this week k3t The Powell Fiscal court is in t session at Stanton this week with St the usual number of necessary claims to consider Saturday afternoon Marshal Johnson will sell at auction in this city several pairs of Ladies Misses and childrens shoes t Shelt King and Sam Adams two wellknown horso traders Jiave mowed to Missouri where they will continue in the same busincssiHermap Hoskin and Boone Bradley are attending the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Knights of Pythias at HopkinsVille The Lodge will bo in session three lays d l John W Henry our photogra rt 7 ylier who has been much better with rheumatism for the summer c 0 months js stifFering = a relapse ihut 5s stMlfable to come to his r ttUlTr 011 Loveland formerly of Loveland Garrett Co hits moved front Waltersvillo to Winchester f lie will continue in the t timber business with lieadquar f i ters at Winchester t llrs Pearl Fox widow of Bin J ford Fox j formerly of this noun ty will be married to KichardS Oliver at the homo of her fath er John D Keese near Winches ter Thursday Oct 12 Judge Geo M Derickson of s Stunton Judge WTT Webb and yeeditor have been appointed delegates to attend the Develop ment Convention which meets in Louisvile beginning Oct 10 Though this is the 5th of Oc tober we Mite yet had no frost which is lino on grazing as the Japan clover which constitutes the greater part of our grazing is killed by lho first haidfrost Mi T Piggivill sell all of his L personal property consisting of live stock crop and eke athis res iilntiisi Oita Lulheprttd nrnrilr nr tlm t r Nellie Orots foidf Thursdsy Oct 12 Ho will also sell his farnrtn this date T c J fJ01 vyaHt al wuyabo oir ti ne vkutp vouivwatch in gnod remir fey ebbt j yTQur city school is progressing i1 while the attendance is rlrthCJlt1I d Ihe lied begin 1m It S CUl8 hap bean over iumK and the vprospecf for aj iiirt vcioitl very bright sh i CURU Jq DIN DAY 1 OrPJl TIYE URM Qlli- a 1 rllhltJt All ihII d81 r1 jiutilthttnillit If It rl1lltt It cure 4YQ yIb WlIIIC lgIHltl1I 1H Oil ta41M1 2r r 1iC f Aoo j ft i t I J 1i it r atr irGS reF j r t i- j JI f j Our business in the job work line has grown quite well if you please We booked the week just passed 4400 in this department Of couroo it is hcingex ecuted promptly and will give the usual satisfactron Death of an Old Soldier W H Patrick died at his homo near thiscity Sunday morning of general debility Bu rial at home Monday Ho has heenan invalid for a numlfer of years lie was a survivor of the pfliiiccounty Residence Burned At Irvine last Thursday oven ingj the residence of D A Wal lace was consumed by fire en tailing a loss of 200000 with 150000 insurance All of the family were away from homo when the planes started The fire originated from a dofeotive flue in the kitchen Mrs Atkinson at Beattyville Attorney Jolla D Atkinson was at Benttyvillo lust week and was pressed into speech making at the organization of the Com mercial Club on Monday night Mr AtkiiYson made the first speech before the organization which was most highly appreci ed by the people of Bettyville Plans to let Rich are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or con stipation Bruce up and tako Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out the materials which clogging your energieo anti give you a new start Cure hen uCho and dizzi tiers too At SwannDiiy Lumber Cos store 25c guaranteed At the November election Lee county will vote on the proposi AIilc bridges ih that county One j cost 10000 00 one 20000 00 and one 15000 00 New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklen Arnica Salver Jas Walters ot IuflieldwritestI hada cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens Arnica Salve heals l hand now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25c at SwannDiiy Lumber Cos store There is nothing moi provoking than anjneorcct time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler anti silver smith and let him fix it All work guaranteed Moso Mitchell n negro shun and killed James Halley another ii groin Winchester last Wednes day night The trouble arose o ver u crap gaiiio For SateFine Farm of 285acrts 100 acres of which is rich river bottom and bench laiid three miles from Clay CilyNw dwelling tenant house and all necessary let bulldl + Six springs on theplucuconvonfentto school std etc i plenty of timber to ktop fence up on thin place will grow corn wheat tobacco and ev StlttoVilt ed in two tracts This in a rare bargain For particular cull oil J E BanniiEii Clay City Jo The Public Begimiing July 15th jwill staft my avOtil carding factory near Vn- ltersvilk Will card for N cents 1crlitiillidu nd wherereceive njeclean picked wool will return Miiliiiny JbuitilsiJf roUs as yIre feelve yjoul + 1 svts hsrIii t r FS V r Jrt rlt It IS f cy 47 1yX fi w t H Trustee Election Day Saturday is trustee election day in nil the country school dis tridts It boliooves school patrons to see that the best melt of their districtafe placed in this impQrtnntvpostion Women Missionary fleeting The Womans Missionary Meeting of the Bopnes Creek Associ ation will hold a very important session with the church at Win chaster Saturday Oct 21st Each church in the association is requested to be represented by del egates Salem church near this city and Powells Valley and Filson churches of this county are members of this association N Full of Tragic leaning are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from hie terrible cough if ho hnd not taken the med icing about which ho writes I hud n fearful cough this disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me In stantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases i prevents grip and pneumonia At SwnnnDay Lumber Cos storo guaranteed 50e 8100 Trial bot lie free Farm for Sale SO acres of land on Lulbegrud creek 7 acres good bottom land and remainder well set in grass Good house tobacco barn other necessary out buildings tenant house and store house It not sold before will be sold to the highest bidder 6tc 12 MT PIGO Indicted for Perjury Capt B J Ewen who figured 4 r romjnentlyJfl the ALarcunirllnr jia affairs some Time ago has been indicted forswearing falsely by the grandjury of Wolfe county In a sire between Capt Hurst and Mrs Lena Williams the former accused him of swearing falsely and the indictment grot out of this Astonishing Incident It was to all her friends un as tonishing incident that Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis was cured 61 her dreadful sickness Doctors tI she writes had given me up i friends were ready to hid me the last farewell i clouds of des pair darkened my horizon and I was a wreck on thn shores of des pondency whoa l began to take Electric Bitters for ny frightful stomach and liver complaint To the astonishment of all I was ben efited at once and sin now com pletely and miraculously restored to health At SwannDay Lum ber Cos store i price GOP gUI III1 teed Harm For Sale Farhi of 4L acres one mile from Clay City food dwellng and outbuildings j two never springs Price 8000 onohalKash Thin is a snap that will soon betaken up irE BtmaiiEit Kentucky Goott Enough HpnrvD Combs who recent ly moved with his family to Mil burn Indian Territory sold his profitaidcomity He says Kentucky is good enoiTgh Town Property for Sale Two cottages on SOVt nth ave with Bpyqn lots back of Presbyteri an church Will bysold at abar- gain jSI T Baiioy Putroiiizaiv hope industry iby buy injjr the best flourTSnoyv Flake d1htfJli r JFeQt11tr r fr I 1VS VV 4 I Startling Facts I A E BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead L With our Mammoth Store filled front bottom to topwith Nice Now Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supplyyou with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder How we got themV Everything from i uaper of Pins to a Wed 4 ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produco md receive the best prices the market affords Nice obliging clerks are ut your service We hold the field in Tanhark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY t Black Greek j wvs Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackencl Lime iii any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime C5 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Hilleixmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Oir r for the Fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc Wo employ no Agents but tell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant ani Cu- stomMILLERI CLAY CITY Ky1 Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Doltcl Meal always on hanj Grinds for onesixth toll ItoWltts Hazed aIYta I tFee PMss RYi111i Siff- t I e t TIT =nc lestel ank IiCOnlOn TED N H WiTiiEitsrooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 l We Solicit the accounts of Individ italn firms and corporations 848 C F DANIEL CLAY CiTY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters EtcoHighest cash price paid foi Chick ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop T Table supplied with the best the markers uffoids Everything neat and clean RatesS160pcrday IIZXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone tending a tketeb and ma Quickly our free whether on Is probably tentnh1eIConmunlcii lion IIlrleUconlldonUaI on ont tree Vldoat aecurtngjatenta- 3atenta taken through Munn t co receive anottce without charlie fatbo Scientific Jlmtri an- A h ndiomely illustrated weekly Larded elr culatlon of any clenttaa journal Term M a ears four month al Sold by all newtdenlen rCo3BIBfMdM New York BraD once tS5 F BU WublDgtoa D Co u O Joffersoriviile John Stokley was baptized in tho1IOJmoll faith Saturday in waters of Slate creek R W A Tanner and Letter half Irstarted Sunday to visit Ihoir son inlaw on Pecks Creek Powell V t county 1W1Ils Lute Cox nail Alma Smith of Alexander I1IJ fro visiting their father William T Smith tiudfatuilyyt of Clark and niece Miss Alice Stevenson are visiting her son W W Steven son and family I TJTE body b ita life from I food properly diCa tcI M Healthy lijjcstioa means ior trIO but etouiacli troublea nri c from corricsicsj in and etotccli disorders linnet Uiornliro system Inrtvp mtMtitaUxl foal coon LI tho I stomach causing disc xinlJ fa pains bclcbiaft and Ticrsea 2 1 overhung is C 1 in r the mcI weakened 1 mud worn out nnd dyspepsia Ci k claims tho victi- mThodfordsfi BbckDrancbt 3 cures dyspepsia It frcen tho 3 d congested s rnettr t111 rives f1n etMmret- I uaar life The stomach is quickly B 3Btimulatwnappetite with the power to thor j ounhly digestfood on can ur ot ctorcb with this mil Mid natural rewctly Try hodiorctts liack Draught today You can Lty a mckafro rem om dealer for j 23o li bo tloca not Imp it scud tko uionry to The Chattanooga Medicine Co CIirtUnco73 t Teml and n pilcfuln lliL Flux vta t rrc r UJt1nOI l Dn7 t l47 1L iJj l lY lLiLJK tis 7 T roaHl Store Sjna3I Enpenao SmaH Profits OUR tini store is small lilt we carry block of goods that meets every I dennnd of our customers It is of a qulty that you do not find often in even tlu larger drug stores Buyers here lire absolutely sure that they are getting pot iavcy the best the market affords in every line of drug store goods Because cf our Mijill store and small expense we ercsnccesriitin competing with the big MIQW dr6 liavc ig rents and big wages to pay Our prices are so low and the- o merit of our goods so great that it will i pay you togo out of your way to come her The following is oue of our offers 3 Constipated Here Is a Free Cure pllliYou experience that n ply l7 woitt cure Jet experience show you what Viii cure- foodInmass makes bad bloflfl which makes bad health lrolJalyIMull a Tonic cures It Is not a pliyslc or lkennytlhgelseyou hac ever used It i a of the grape which strengthens the digestive organs enablesi proocrlYNoraht reed We know that Mulls Grape Tonic wilt curs r samplebolllctaken It We only ask that you tue the contents of the tint boUle a directed You dotitobligate yourself to buy any of the remedy FREE COUPONS nd this coupon with your name and address and druggists name for a free bot tle of Mulls Grape Tonic to Mulls Crapo Tonlo Co 600 Third Avo Rock Island II- IGivt Full AdJreit and Write flefiify The 100 bottle contains nearly three times the SOc size i T Thlila oneway we have of ii7intpur 9 Int as much coati AND tam VS t LITTLEPAGE SON i r 4c t t y V 4f Mrs Wnrto Richardson mid Mr Huck ill and family of MuTllick Springs attended prenchiiig nl Saints OhnpeJ Saturday night nildSUfday v Mrs Linnic Thomas nnd diuigh tel Miss Gallic of Bourbon county and Mrs Booty Eicklcn and dfiHglirer Miss SiUHc and Misses Chloe Smith OullibCtcnh visited Mrs G B Martin Wednesday Kimbrell Gob W Lrison and wife of Montgomery county are visiting Mr Larisons mother and other relatives here this week Rufus Burton and little daugh ter Gertie anti sister Mrs Frank Stoker of Bourbon count visited relatives hero lust week E 0 Dlitvsoulttissold his stock of merchandise to Mr Tlfacker who moved them to his new business house just completed at Kabbittown Mr nnd Mrs Mart Williams of Iron Mound and Mr and Mrs Field Berry mnn of Clark county visited Allen Orsborn and family the first of the week A J Christopher and family of Fox visited E 11 Bowles and family last Saturday and Sunday Mr Christopher is the lie publican candidate for Assessor 0 Levee Mrs June White wlioliasLccn sick for some time is no better but worse Mr and MrSi Thomas Pasley visited the familof Chales tt tonatuidaynight and Sun d 1 Mr and Mrs Wm Coiikwright visited the litters mother on Spruce creek Saturday and Sun day i I Mrs Spiral Smith of Spruce Creel visited the family of Win Conk vvight last week and re turned homo Saturday Charles Douglas and wife and Mrs George Garrett who have peen visiting friends and rela tives hero the past three weeks have returned to their home at Bloomington 111 I Virden C 0 Curtis was inStaufon Monday on business Bockncr Cook visited his graml mother at KidUvillo Saturday and Sunday y Charles West was initiated in the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Wednesday night Lewis Mustin was in 01ark county lust week jind bo ight seed rye at 75 cents per bushel Craig Landruni of Jellico Tenn visited his brotherinlaw G D Cook Saturday and Sun tiny T S Curtis purchased a farm of T 1 Davis known as the Q rav ett place We failed to learn the particulars Rev Frank Wright preached to a large and interested crowd Sunday nod will preach again the first Sunday in next month 1 G D 0061 is in Tennessee thic week looking for a location for hil saw n1iJlHe expects to move iis mill to lint state in the near future Eddie Evcrmnn and wife of Cinsn ill attended church hen 5uiidayand were the pleasant tuostsof 0 0 Curtis and familj loll 1n3 Diptheria uf raging in this 1 neighborhood G W Everman has lost twoof his childrdrl with the drenclful disease and the babe tho last eInhChnR got it now t r vaiiifet Geo A Crabtreo isMnaking sorghum at Tim Reeds tins veek- AVm Orabtroe and wife were iilidjfnMrs MnrtlinxL ProfFitt is TisII 1111DeoL G Hattqn of Thomson Clark countyAwes with his best girl here Sunday Melvin Morton nndJ A Crab tree bought 7iiead of hogs Sat nrdny from J A Rogers at Lena for 10 Lewis andThomas Howell who have been working at Winchester on the railroad returned home FridayThe meetitfg here was pot very well attended on account of rain but all present gave their best attentionMr Adams and wife and Mesdames Ann Smith und I B I Martin attended church at Cane Creek Sunday Abe Orabtree returned home one day last week from Clark county where he ling been work lag in the tobacco crop for soy oral week AVm Morton W F Smyth and G R Oral tree the 3 champion hunters are making the o possums and raccoons look wild in this neck of the woods I and TRADEMA tIptQjtlptlJ Obtained In all countries ono PATENTS THAT PAY dTert so them thoroughly ac our expeusa end yo to sueeere Bend model photo or fketch for FREE report on pstontAbllltr 80 jcnnf practice SUR PASSING REFERENCES Forfrco Guldo Hook on Irofluble latent write to BO3BOB Seventh StrootWASHINGTON D C If You ARE SCoo Given Avay The Wfkly Courier Journal Teary WntUTsoiiVpniier wants to frhare the profits of this prosper ous year with Its subsclffbcrs It pr ioPesv to give nwuy twenty Gliristams presents 1 ranging from 10Qto 820 amounting tn SOOO in rill Jhero will be four gVaeril irescnisof8lOO 85Q i00 mitt S20 uiul sixteen presenLsos 880 n d20 to be given hi tlin fti t8 of Ken utky Indlanit Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia nits Alabama Tlio plan is fair nnd simple Write to the OourierrJotirn id Company Louisville Ky fur a copy of tho Weekly Courier iourn alr giving full details It will be sent free Henry Wattersos Letters from Europe t VlillBe A Feature of TheICourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL HE MANY OTHER AT iRACTIOE DEPART MENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Daily ConrierJourhnl 1 year fU Daily nnd Sunday 1 year Weekly 1 year COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLB KV By Special Arrangements TftUTiS I And the WEElvLYCOUUIERsTOURNAL nth one year for only One DollarTitle U for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must bo sent through the TIMES otlico VJ t A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read BryansComrnoner QN MARCH 17 Tho Commoner announced tlto Primary Pledge orgunization plllnlhis plan provides forIJel11 ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their party between now and the national cam piiign of 1003 It is a practical method for theopganiza tion of theparty by the rank and file in order tltat it may prove etoits name and bo the eHicieiit servant Of thet people in the eltabiisluncntQf reform A little investigation will convince you that thojConunonn1 his biFupon a feasibleundtfiecttvolJ1Pthod of persuading Democrats to participate in the councilspf theirpirty ihvso pledges tire pouring into tho Commoner nflicc by ty the thousands where they are careftilhr filidhy state conn I und votiiig precinct r If the same interest manifested in thlll work during the past four mnntliaimuihtuined during tbo next two VUTH the total membortdiipTwHl exceed four million Democrat c voterp Tho Commoner Iff issued weekly subscription y1 t year By special nrrangemehts for u short time onlywe iftVr tlc Clay CltyTl nesnnd The Commoner orleyeat buIll furUI0 Address alla9rdersSfo THE TIMES fclay ityK I ITke Laxative i Quinine Tom Seven A orrNS SI4 M wtI2ilat ahi TWI 1 I e+ =T A iiiaranteeil Cure for piles Itching Blind111ecding or Pro i trudingilllr j Drtilsttsrtfuitrlufnm ly If PAO QI MENT fiiils to t cure anyiCiise nottjmiterjnfh wlong stiindingT In Q to 14 Mays First np plimtioli Jves ease I61lst rOI U your druggil husnt it eeml Goo in Btuinp and it will bi forwnrdcd pntpjiil hypjiri Mjeilic1no Co St tPlliSrr V The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Meet the Simplest j the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle u full line of Belting Hose Pipeh Pipe Fittings and GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty H THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co 1WINOHESTER KY KILL THE GCHJ0H ArID CURE THE whj Drm Kings New Giscowarw IIFOH c VEs ONSUMPTION OUGIIS and fjOc Free Prlco SI JilSurest Cure for ju LUNG TROUB- LEs or BACKS EasternRy r 1 May 211903 No2 No4 Stations Dally OLDSNo DallytLv 225 745 810 82i i II LiiiE 3 23V 837 Clay 850 013 Stanton 400 023 II Rosalyn 412 028 II Natural 48V fMI- I Torrent 441 1008 U 1020 II O k K 0 U20 ArJaekBon 010 1100 I S- Daily 1DnllycxStations Pbi AA m- Lv Jackson 22625I-I 0ttr k junct slib 0 20- lieattyvilleJugcII O a 7 20 1 Torrent 347 747r 1 Natural Bridge 4 18O1rr If0S8lin a 4Sri 83 Stnntonu4IO 8 2R C1n City 489 tfi LE Junction 003 J10 Winchester 5520 Dr I ArlxwIiiBton C03 1010- NosJ8 and 4 mnmiko close connection for Cnnnnl City nnd points on the U KtRailway dully except Snndiiy Nos nitd connect nt L A E Junction with pt Q4orDlt1Sterlingnndlocalpoirta- T ainaNoyand 4lonneolat Beat for UtjnttyvHIo andlocalstationsdally i IxcoJltSundaJ IJ RBARII Sen Manager J t To Cure a Cold in One day Bromo Trial IGenl1UliAJt fa lrescn I TWoDay 1 Iev ItoKa5C