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I TIEit CLAY tITY TIMES I 1 60 Cents a Year in Advancaarehere to help Clay City rtCSnrrbunJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 10 U JLAYOiTY KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 321905 NO 4J IFire at the Light tiMe Friday afternoon the alarm of the fire whistle was sounded and the people began running to as certain the location of the fire which proved to be on the third floor of the light house The rfiom which was on fire is the one used by the different Lodges of the city The blaze was soon extinguished with light damages y The fire is supposed to have start powerhouse reportsDrAlcan candidate for County Judge We Fronts Profits In Broomcorn Crowing Farmers of central Illinois re port selling broomcorn at 100 a ton the highest price ever known and it is tho price will go still higher Central Illinois raised more broomcorn than any Other region Broom corn grows well here and at such prices as above it is more than any other crop we can raise For Sale Fresh grown seed at reasonable prices J W MIZE Vaughns Mill Ky I PITTTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT M CHltfE MADE rVisible Writing Strong Manifoldcr Uni versal Keyboard Light Touch Rapid 75 It Reaches the Demands of Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for catalogue and proposi tion to dealers Co PITT5DURQ PA I Clay Store The store where you hove been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual s I I of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Goy s At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a line of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable now must o be ilQtd to makee romiir ourNew Fall Stock I his iachance fur of these gqbdsiV A i T I 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 w P 7 r II 4 c ebl L NL1 L Ky 4a to Manufacture v Flonring Ceiling WiaUerboardmg iUlcta8 Picketst bhingleaand Eta predicted profitable ginseng Acti- onPRICE Business Pittsburg Writing Machine HIMSIi Citys Leading LARGE STOCK Seasonable v6tfify6une6dahy School Books rSHIMFBSSELS MFGIEo Winchester ISSlash I We ore Headquarters for Building Paper t jA- Ifelt c Roofing t 1 I lIntoi4Roo jng t- and Etc t LJ t1 I If- t F tof Send us Your etlmatefy J 0 t t pS rmptShlpq1et = t J t l iiJii + tI t0 f n Mr Y N- rl l i XLrti 1 00 tz rYtx l a STAtI MENT J Of Fiscal Affairs in Pow ell County 1 County Levy Lowered Ten Cents on the Hundred Dollars by the Court toetext Year The Fiscal Court as now organ ized went into office January first 1002 the sheriffs settlements for the county revenue for that year and tlie year 1903 has been completed for the year 1904 the settlement is but partially completed The assessed value of taxable property for thd year of 1005 as returned by the Assessor was seven hundredttvjentynine thou sand six hundred sixtynine dol lars 720 069 OQof this sum five hundred and eightynine thou sand four hundred and ninety five dollarsg5Sp 405 00 consist ed of the value of land and personal property subject to equal ization Ute state board of equal ization increased this valuation ten per cent 10d which increas ed the total assessed value of property for said fiftyeight thousand nine hundred and for tynine dollars 58 949 00 mak ing the total assessed value of taxable property in the county seven hundred eightyeight thou sandiind sixttNi 1t eigb tyeight dollars 788 088 00 this does not include the valuation of railroad property nor bank property which is assessed by the state board of valuation The debts of the county have all been paid except its current expenses for the present year the total amount of claims allowed for the present year are 5204 50 At the last October term this court fixed a levy for general pur poses of fifty cents on the hun dred dollars and for road and bridge purposes ten cents on the hundred dollars and a poll tax for general purposes on each le gal voter of one dollar and fifty cent and a poll tax for road and bridge purposes on each road hand of one dollar with a veiw of work- ing the roads by taxation the court however has decided it not expedient to work the roads by taxation at present and has there fore set aside the order fixing a poll tax of one dollar on the road hand It is however collecting ten cents on the hundred dollars for road and bridge purposes which can only be expended for that purpose and has fixed the levy for the year 1000 for all pur poses at forty cents on the one hundred dollars and one dollar and fifty cents poll tax Emmett Roach of Jordan Ky was murdered by two unknown men as he was unhitching his liose after returning from church JS I NOTICE The Ladies Christian Aid Soole ty desires to take in little jobs of work such as plain sewing quilting mending cleaning and press ing suits of clothes and various too numerous to mention at very reasonable prices Packages and orders will be taken care of at Mrs SearcysjIJ c r MITUtl 1nx PARTYIIn Clay City Privately Or ganized in J B Halls Office Saturday Night COMPLETE CITY TICKET NAMED NO PULIC POLICY A couple of dozen more or less of individuals met at Jim Halls office last Saturday night and we are informed put up a ticket for city officers as follows May or Geo W Rice Police Judge Shelton Roberts Councilmen John Ringo John Kirk N 0 Walters J B Eaton B 11 Mc Pherson and John P Gaylord A bunch of good men but what their object is we cant see nor are they expressing themselves All are Democrats but two and we learn one of them will not ac cept the nomination There was no general call for such conven tion and fully half of the voters knew nothing of the meeting un tilSundayThe of the new party is giving the regular Democratic or ganization in Clay City but little concern since the large majority held in their favor will bo hard to overcome Killing in Estll- lAnotherkillih in Estill county Saturday night at the resi dence of John Lunsford on Doe creek near Irvine Irvine and William Manus brothers were at Lunsfords when George Luns fprd son of John Lunsford came in and without provocation drew a pistol and fired either at his father or the clock as the ball shattered the clock Without warning ho turned and fired at Irvine Manus mortally wound ing him When William Manus asked Lunsford not to shoot his brother again he turned and shot William who died Monday morning The other brother is not expected to live Lunsford was drunk He was arrested and is now in jail at Irvine Register Saturday last chance Bad Mnrkmanshlp The CLAY CITY TIMES thinks that Clay City is decidedly the most civil and orderly town in Eastern Kentucky and furnishes as proof the statement that adver tising sings near Clay City that have been up for sixyeaas have not been destroyed by being used as targets for practice by the pistol toters The question then surely resolves itself into one of good order or bad marknmn ship Morehead Mountaineer In the Asylum Bob McKinney of Frankfort but formerly of Hardwicks Creek we are very sorry to state has becom of unsound mind and a few days pgo was placed in the asylum at Lexington Mr McKinney was a successful merchant in the capital city He has been in failing health for some time and it is thought that the overwork attendant to his busi ness C rca wrecked his mind as well as body yI f A general rain fell the greater part of Tuesday which was fol lowed by a drop of temperature until last night when a medium frost fellfro what extent the damage of the frost will reach is yet to be determined Come out Saturday and regis ter if you have not already done so Summer is leaving us but au tumn has its charms winter its fun and frolic and gentle spring with its bursting buds and sweet flowers will come again in good time Spareribs and sausages will soon appear on the breakfast table and the incentive to be thankful that every season brings some in ducement to live- Democratic Convention The Democrats of Clay City are hereby called to meet at the City Court Room Saturday Oct 14 at 730 p in in mass conven tion to nominate candidates for the various city offices to be voted for at the coining November election All Democrats in the city are requested to come out 0 W BARNETT Ohm PROFESSIONAL CARDS nHwnrounawrnernnnnr mrnunnmrnrvr + Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stair In the Waldron bulfdtnr where an experienced Practitioner may be found day and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade work known to modern Uentljlry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY K- Yee J Clay City National Bank 0Capital 5000000 I Surplus 600000 0i We solicit the accounts of In dividuals Firmsand Corpora ions and offer to our customers the most favorable terms consistent with Sound Banking ands give them unexcelled faciliti for the handling of their busi ness with all possible Cure Accu4 = racy and Promptness i We have a SAVINGS DEI MEET in which we accept depos its from 81 00 up and pay 3ro Interest compounded every six month t Correspondence invited on any IUUO of Banking i Clay City rational Bank I Clay City Ky i- wJ 1 ir+ S55 SPOUT SPRING Dave White was quite sick last week with diptheria George Williams of Irvine was here ono day last week on business Elder Goo W McIntosh filled the stand at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Tuttle of liJjx visited relatives here the latter part of the week Shelt McKinney visited his sis ter Mrs Esa McKinney in Clark county two days of last woek 6 Dr 0 H Williams attended the funeral of his brother N K Williams at Catlettsburg last weekSchool is still closed hero on account of diphtheria but will be reopened in the course of a few daysFarmers are very busy people in this section and will continue to be so until after their corn is cribbedQuarterly meeting will beheld at Jacksons Chapel Saturday and Sun Thy by Presiding Elder E G B Mann of Lexington The Boones Creek Association to which the Baptist church at this place belongs will hold a Sunday School Convention with the church at Union Madison county Saturday and Sunday Oct 28 and 20 Dr N K Williams died at his home in Catlettsburg last Monday Oct 2 of brights dis ease aged fiftysix years He leaves a wife three daughter ml two gonsvHoia n brother tc jDr 0 H7 Williams of this place After several days visit to his father Berry Barnett and other relatives in the county Clint Barnett left Saturday morning for McLean county Illinois where ho has been em ployed for the past several monthsA Barnes of Panola was here Monday the guest of his sis ter Mrs Berry Barn6tt Mr Barnes has recently sold his farm near Panola and will buy some where near here if he can be suited Wo give him a hearty welcome Floyd 0 the twelvemonths old son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Heflin died nttheir home on Howards creek Clark count Friday Sept 20 Burial in the Winchester cemetery Mrs Hef lin mother of the child was formerly Miss Alice McKinney of this place Mrs Texa McKinney form erly of this place is very sick with typhoid fever pt her home near Ruckerville Clark county Mrs James F McKinneyi her mother and her sister Miss Nora Todd of this place are at her bedside A telephone mes 4 s e this Wednesday norning j states that Mrs McKinney is Jsome better 1 It was decided at the church 1 iiu eting at the Baptist church Saturday to repair the house givenregular meetingin November The house needs new sills and the rqof is badly needing paint Other are alto oviill lit 4Asmanyoftlle members as calls are requested to bo present itt the SaturdayimeetingiUNovom ber THY TIMES I IUllLISHED EVE tY TUUUSDAf J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per yearn ad- i vance otherwise 75 Cents t I Entered as second cll1ss mail matter 0 Thursday October 12 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers wehave arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 ii Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 An Impol cant Question The voters will be called upon in Novomber to say whether they prefer the secret ballot or a return to the old way of open vot ing We prefer the old way for severalreasons The principal ono is that a mans vote is recrded and kept open for inspection If this was the case now we would hear much less talk of bolting in dependent tickets etc Besides there are a great many voters who prefer to vote with the dominant party which here is the Democat ic party Many of these are now voting the Republican ticket while claiming to be Democrat and with an opon ballot they would vote for Democrats In the primary elections ever man with a ghost of a chance receives so much encouragement that he is sanguine of success when with an open ballot ho would soon see that he has no chance and would save time aii by getting out of the race The secret ballot encourages deception and when charges are made that elections have been manipulated there is difficulty in proving or disproving the charges For instance all the dissatisfaction in our city prima ry that has led to the Independ ent movement would have no existence under the open ballot Many features of the present law should bo retained j the closing of saloons on ecection days the keeping all persons away from polls and other desirable fea tures might be retained Win chester Democrat Special registration Saturday onyl Remember ifvyqu dpnt register SaturdayiyputcanU vptb in November V e The Democratic convention which meets Saturday night will be no secret meeting it will be open for all and every person in Clay City is invited to come out and hear the proceedings which will be open and free for all Democrats to participate in It is a mass meeting which has been announced long enough for every person iji tIle town to know that it is going to bo held A strong ticket will be named and one that wilt win by a handsome ma jority Democrats ifn Democrat has done eorneihingyou think he should not have done if he has condoned something you Hank should not have condoned or if you have a personal grievance the time to fight hint is at the primary or conven tloJnJt atthe regular election lie man or a mouse and thfs is the manly iway =Bourbon Newe Come out to the Democratic conventionSaturdz y night It is the peoples chance to name the l- t I f next city officers Come out very Democrat in Clay Oily there will be here no bossism or gang rule The mass of the party will finale the ticket and then electat Senator Warner of Missouri has written a letter asking that the movement booming him for the Republican Presidential nomination ahandpned He probably realizes the b ssnet of hisboom as he is himselfnpoorman and does not know any life insurance presidents Register S turdayyour last chance l Secretary Shawsays the coun try is in need of a more elastic curroncy He is right One that will stretch over the rent and grocery bills and leave a little margin for the savings bank is the kind of currency the country wants This fight over the race quern ion in Maryland is becoming bitter A young man at Fruitland has sued his wife for divorce just becuuseshe ran away with a negro Come out Saturday and register if you have not already done so Camaotbo Cured d by local applications as theycan not roach the diseased portion of the enr Thnre is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the raucons liningof the Eustachian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed peafnees is the result and unless life inflammation can botakiBirout1 af IS u e re stored to its normal conditlon hear ing will bexdeatroyetl forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Cat arrh which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces i We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Oatarh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo j 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Blame No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When SicK All wo can do la give adVICe Of course thats easy ut our advice is really worth a little more to you than most peoples for we offer to give you the first bottle of our medlclno free If It falls to help you We could not rOM to do this unless oiii medicine woagood Such an otter on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince In the poor house Dr Miles Nervine however aa years of ezperlence have proved ia a medi cine that cures the sick Those whom Jt cannot beneflt4eM than one In ten thousand yrp prefer to refund their money All weucotyouilstotf7Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If yoU suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness e muscular twltchlnga melancholy Mossot memory Weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy 8L Vltus Dance etc wo will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money Xou are the doctor yearbecameco serious that we were compelled to After several physicanshadfailed to rellovo him we gave Nervine 9t trial Ten NDeputyCoandLlver j FBD ffIlIlmaJllYouDr i1 AntlPain Pips Jtew I ptom3ianktore your case and1tel1you what invwnmc and how right AWilirt r COLABOltATOnms tin- S oJ ft 4t r 7fzt 1 tiRi 4 ti f r- ti t i jrittff+ 4f Ji L1jJ Ars + r N w Godsi Ic 1 o J f 9 Are now arriving atfOur Store for tie Fall Trade and the continuation of = the Exrtemely Low Prices made will iI J afford an excellent opportunity for r j close buyers of merchandise in our i Line to Save money on every article they may wish to b yI A I IE o =p t 1 c WILLIAMSiJ T i i Clay City Ky II iI I J 0 e i r I + t ++i o1 ++ +++ HI + + + + + ++ fti y I Q the Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light ROlls And Flakiest Biscuit Are MudoWlionYouUa3o iJ Pearl aM Bakers Pride HonWoI Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants J + + c u t loC INSURE WITH i nf LYON fie SON+ The Lending IneturAitoo olnttgr 4 or KOutiiohcyh I i Over 200000000 i Represented I I Every one who knows onytbing about insuraneekiiow they areleaders in this line t l o d 4+3i3 + I +di i Jt3ii+ 7 6 i6Xt + + + ti Io ++++ h + o i r 5rrr 1pHrt Mwers s POLKA sDOTC n = = M1 IHIM + w aa ssw La Nr I r + nocftJNYMI Mw TWWyww r A wall InrnuncM M paint adds gicaily to the value and beauty ofyour openj sa- tmkt rlllood ncuhbor a opd ntifhborkoed Good 1 oat ol a- I the b M and pays bi returns ia improved nltiN Mving MI aa repasts 0 heryou pim buy only si- FTbela f Indlspawea rc y ui n Oil O ist and ehe wtwaj io get food cSh tobuylt frtkdcalcr barrel not Iron the mmc MUM on M rdafr 1Smtsmah linseed odpson lor glona fA NT and WI ncomnd wt rS Ller tvtry toed reaao wt tnow i B Lttepage SQiji Yw1ry i- sti i l Y7Y 11Lpry eY kYr t THE tIMES 484 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY OOT 121005 r- vf LOCAL BREVITIES sr A 0 Barnes of Panola is J here on business rJtJf Dr Ljttlepage was in Lexington r Friday on business r Mrs Edith Mize of Lexington y visited relatives in the county iiseveral days this week Mrs Albert Easter is at Ford 1t visiting hers daughter Mrs John A Walters who has a very sick child t f t Geo Littlepage who is attend Y ing Hazel Green Academy visit iJit ed homo folks from Friday until Monday t Mrs W G Patrick and son l+ Master Owen of KImbrell visit j ed Mrs Patricks sister Mrs J E Burgher Thursday tMrand Mrs T N Rich are at Ford where Mr Rich was called on account of tho serious condi i tion ofa brother there Y A number of candidates were r shaking hands with friends in the city Saturday All profess ing to be in the liiglicst spirits A bank with a capital of 15 00000 has been organized at Hazel Green 700000 of the stock is taken by home people f Remember we have clubbing t arrangements with Bryans Com t moner whereby we can send you b ith papers QUO year for 110 Subscribe today f I T M Niblack will have a sale of personal property at his resi dence on Lulbegrud creek Wed nesday October 18 See posters particularst handstdren and grownup people too otm day last week by performing many active tricks on the streets At the recent session of the Fiscal court an order was thade 0 requiring overseers to procure sin order from a member of the Fis1ulcot rtf r all teams and material secured 1 t Y W J Easter and of h Bgattyville came down Saturday ttf Visit Ills fathers fannyEW t r Albert Easter and also his rein 1 s lives and friends They proba bly will stay two weeks before returning home The fall meeting of the Ken tacky Valley Medical Associa tion will be held at Lexington r Oct 27 and 28 DrA 0 D Mans V field of this county will read a I f paper on Gunshot Wounds and tip ii Mountaineers Method oLtroaf L v mg same f + lutl J1 Vebb r iit KthoiruudLitdgegf theIifI- p + OLFs1ntSlielbyville this week r e M1 4 Phillips t i h setitalt6 htlitlltif4ikdni tlwdhc Webb will also attellitth4acato- r 1 fl Devel ptitenGQ4 YCgtPnt1ou w i ville before returning hoove r I 1 lt t 1 1 alts ouIWnitq W YAbenlntb V keep your watch in good tre tafr 1 Pee Webb hJ fff114 r IAr IDe6rnLO IoIINP AY + L t u J P rrtwitallhAATIVp U QIIIt n j11NL Tablets All druggists te t5 t fundifie money if talla to warc t llfrK W 1U e s tllgn turltlO I 9 IaxtI1 n 3 i3 i h 4 ri9 t y t r Will McKinney son of Ever mount McKinney who was rais ed on Hardwicks Greek and left this county twentyeight years ago and located in Kansas Oity has become quite a horse man He will have two horses in the famous Lexington trots today and tomorrow Plans to Get Rich are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsiaor con stipation Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life Pills They takeout the materials which clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure headache and dizzi tiers too At SwannDay Lumber Cos store 26c guaranteed Some FJae Work Our Photographer Mr J W Henry is simply turning out some ofas fine work as we ever saw come from any studio One special feature of Mr Henrys superior work is its lasting qual ities Many pictures made by him fifteen years ago havnt fad ed one particle Call at his studio and view some of this fine work New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are nosy known to be curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Duffield Va writesi badacancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it ajid now it Is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Qualities of the Country Weekly- A wellknown writer in a lead ing national journal sums up the qualities of the country weekly paper as follows Each copy is read not only by the people usually credited the ordinary paper hut twice or thrice that number In many instances subscribers pass their papers on and on to inmates of less fortunate homes These publications are preeminently the home papers of newspapordom Tlfey are not superficially scanned while men travel to business then left to brakesmen to gather up They go directly into1 twines and the reading of them is Ii duty as well as aple sure Hence their peculiar val ueus moulders of public opinion There is gmore provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch 6r clooJc of this kind take it to WcbbCIaylCitys Jeweler and him fix it All work guaranteed For Sale Fine Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is rich river bottom and bench find tlireemiles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and ailntfc eesary out buildings Six good springs on the place convenient to school and etc1 plenty of timber toJccep fence upon the place i will grow corn wheat tobacco and everything else raised in the State JViij be sold us the whole or divided in two tracts This is a lure bargain For particular call ion JE BURGHER Clay City t WBndlituPapeaA Sa8 has t a ptgtvaatice Minsttr1lcdJtqr outIfPq11JI1WY9 told IVinV t iO8Ur4 gt3Y l tQij To to buV tha pa perAUd run i ty himself fqria few- ngnths Lo cOl Beginning July 15tljtwilht rt toy wool carding factory fear Wale eptaryOr 1 woofwildreturitsanunypoutttlss ceive Ol E sJsrtxi J t Y t 5 YtRd c tr r Mr and ors Matt Oonlee vis itedfrii1 1n Irvine from Sat urday uhtill Tuesday May 18 1804 is the date of a will offered for probate in the Jefferson County Court last week FnO of Tragic Jleanlng art these lines from J H Simmons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from hill terrible cough if he had not taken the med icine about which ho writes I had a 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 completelycured me Instantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases preyentagrip and pneumonia At SwannDay Lumber Coy store guaranteed boo 8100 Trial bot tie free Farm for Sale 80 acres of land on Lulbegrud creeKTr acres good bottom land and remainder well set in grass Good house tobacco barn other necessary out buildings tenant house and store house If not sold before will be sold to the highest bidder Otc 12 M T Piaa Large Money from Small Things Small things sometimes produce large money J F Qrofi of Kenton county last week se cured a patent on a can opener and sold it for 750000 At the same time Hoary H Urquhart of Paducah patented and sold a model Brake shoe for locumotiyes1 for 000000 Sentenced to Hang W R Fleticher was given the death Russellville for criminal ass ult on Mary Glad der The jury was composed of men from Sinipson county who on returning home were met by women who pinned flowers on their coats aile supplied them with lurches The trial of Guy Lyon for the same offense awaits the completion of the jury Y Astonishing Incident It was to all tier friends an as tonishing incident that Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis was curedof her dreadful sickness Doctors she writes had given me up friends wore ready to hid me the last farewell clouds of des pair darkened my horizon and I was a wreck on the shores of des pondency when I began to take Electric Bitters for my frightful etotnatlrand liverYoomplaint v To umt of all I was ben efitedat once ahd am now com plitely and miraculously restored to health At SWannDuy Lum ber Cbs sto0 price 50o guaranteed Dampness Iron Due Aeabscrilfetwho complained to the publisher that his paper Was dampreceived the reply atienVandlongsuffering cause there eras so muchidue onij F rm For Sale Farni old1adresone mile from Clay City 06od dwelling and outbuildings twopevr failing epr+ ngs- Price OOQbnehaItcash This is a snap thatloonbO taken up rc Ji Bs BUltGUER r Sae1Svo ave yiilrl Vfin ot8jacfc of Preebyteri ail o1lurchs be sold it a bar baiu S M Bailey Pattonjea in by tiaiial the f tsAoutSnow Flake AnII 11 hite Pbatt 14 r1IjiCit I i 0 y td- rr i i i Startling JT actst 1 A E BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goqds bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply ypu with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them Everything from i uaper of Pins to 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 top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade A Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at tho kilns 020 Lime G5 cents per barrel at the kilos or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXIHGT01C KY Offer for tho 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 planterf E BAILEYJ Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY KY t CITY I Custom work six days in tkewe Fresh Groani noltdMe always on bans Grinds for onesixth toll WlW t8lviiioF I I r r THE 1 Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIERSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 848 C F DANIEL GLftY CITY KY Dealer In Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Qysters Etc Highest cash price paid fbt Chickens Eggs and all kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel J HEATON Prop 7S Table supplied with the best the markers affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8150 per day IEXPERIENC ruDE MARKS OCSMN CClPYIlIGHT8 0Anyone ncUp ft Iketeb and description ma okb uoertaln our PlnloD ether au- Imentlon Uilprobab1 munka v tlon forecanlen tree agency Paten 0reamuotkr oltIraJoe APtlkrna An uon otan o In T M aear t tonoatbltJ 8014101 eaten l1li111 Co altt YMwi iH WI D I Yi i y The Mutual Lire In Trouble Among the facts hrou htout by the Legislative Insurance Investigating Committee in New York Tuesday were the contribu tion by the Mutual Life Insur ance Company of 4000000 to the Republican National Com mittee last fall 85000 00 in 1900 and 15000 00 in 3890 while it was also developed that the company paid 72000 00 last year for lucheons for employes Robert Newcome a negro ran amuck in Chicago and before he was finally captured hytlre po lice had killed a policeman and a woman BlackDraught comes nearer system- Thedfords and keeping the in medicine made It is nlwas ready in wry to treat ailments that ago fnxiucntin indigestionbiliousness stomach aches- Thodfords BlackDraught is tho standard remedy for stomach bowel liver trouble It is a cure for the domes tic ills which so frequently summon tho doctor Itisaagoodforchildrcn F as it is for persons this medicine every will soon cure tho most obstinate case of rmia cr constipation nnllwlicn taken as quick relief DANT1LUE ILL DOO 23 JCOJ Thodforts ClackDraught hs been our tanillr doctor for Ova years and wo want no other wbonany of us fool badly we tako a doso and are nil rlgM In twelve hours Vie lave spout lots of monor for doctor bills but trot along just as well with BlackDraught jm TJ J1AD111 Ask your dealer for a package cf Tbedfords Black Draught and If ho does not keep it send 23s to Tho Chattanooga Mcdiclno Co Chattanooga Tone and a package Trill be mailed to you ISmall Store Expense Small Profits 0UR drug store is small but we carry stock of goods that meets every demand of our customers Jt is of a quality that you do not find often in even the larger drug stores Buyers here are absolutely sure that they are getting pos itively the best the market affords in every line of drug store goods Because of our small store and small expense we are successful in competing with the big fellows who have big rents and big wages to pay Our prices are BO low and the merit of our gopds so great that it will t pay you to go ouiibf your way to conic here of Vi The following is one of our offers ConstipatedHere You have tried pliU You know by your pirn experience that a phy IIIcwoot urc Jet experience show you what wiircureT a Constipation b the rotting of undigested food the tube This mass makes bad blood which makes bad health Constipation causes most sickness Jt probably causes your suffering Mull Grape Tonic cures It la not a physic or tike anything else haveerer used It is a co e a1 properties of the which 4 Strengthens the organs and enables rlyNoreturned We know that Mulls Grape Tonic will cure you and therefore will give you at large sample bottle of the great remedy if you have never taken It We only askthat you Uke the contents of the first bottle as directed You dont obligate yourself to buy any of the remedy FREt COUPON Send this coupon with your name and address and druggists name for a free bot tie of Mulls Grape to I MuH Craps Teals CO 600 Third Ave Rook Island III Giv Full AtUreu and Writ ptIJ timestheOeoflctvlnjtourIitercuts as well as our own Who else will do Usr1ITTLEPA1E SON f 1si ItJ+ ryk c V Virden Woare sorry to say that Bill Hudson is still very poorly Nrr JMnnda Abney is visiting friends nt Argyle this week There Vn a crowd attended thefuneralof Mrs Edith Banahan at Argyle Sunday w There is no school hero this week on account of the teachers mother Mrs Dave Berryb6ing very sick at West Bend 0 0 Ourtis and wife of this place and Eddie Evernian and wife of Pfyisa Ill visited John McPherson at Hogg Creek Thursday and Friday The Little thirteen months old child of G W Everman and wife died Saturday night of diphtheria and was laid to rest in the Argyle cemetery Monday This was the third and last child that hi s died within the last three weeks from this dreadful dis ejte The bereaved parents have the sympathy of many friends in their sadnes- sJeffersonville Miss Lizze Stokley and Charley May of Siene Ridge visited Mrs Pink Wilson Sunday Misses Mary QuaneWallough by visited Miss Manda tyartin Saturday and Sunday Ab Leach who has been at work Lexington for some time is at home for a few days Misses Bettie Ficklen Line Thomas and Mary Martin visited Mics Annie Congleton Wednes dayMisses Loucresa Richardson Elizabeth Leach visited aunt Hartt Willoughby at this place SaturdayMrs Willoughby is very poorly Miss Lucy Groves is quite sick and aunt Jane Brown isnt expected to live but a few days Jo Ficklen died Sunday morn ing of consumption He leaves a wife and one child who have our sjynpathy in their bereave ment W W Stevenson and wife Dow Richardson Miss Winnie Johnson and George Byrd have gone to Yucan Morgan county to hold a ten days meeting Snow Creek A Mr Ford of Winchester r was here Monday on business Frank fLbvryipf Winchester was here Saturday ori business Jack Parker sold to H 0 Lilly some nice yearlings for 200 eachW R Viyion of Kiddville visited here the latter part o last week Albert Wood and H H Viv ion attended the funeral at West LendSundayMiss Englo was the guest of Robert Ends and wife the first of tile week SolomonMprtinand wife visited the formers mother here Saturday and Sunday Miss Maggie Wood entertained several of her young friends Sat urday night witha social Mr Austin Lowry of Illinois is the guest of his parents and other relatives at this place M T PiggwilUmve a sale the 13th and dispose of all his prop also TM Niblack on the 16thV I ICimbrellcc Samuel Embs and wife visited Itiewton4bneyaudwife at Kidd villejast week The schoolattillSV place was re sumedhtfohday after benig clos ed two weeks on account of diph thoria 0 Andrew Walters of Powell county visited Gus Embs the first of the week and attended court at Irvliie Monday Mr GarrettTTipton of Millers Oreekiiscerrelipoodingwitllpnl purchasinghimself nityfMrs Charlies Shepherd ofMad ison county visited her mother at Sams and sister Mrs John W Tuttle at this place the past week G W Larison of Montgomery county has rented of 0 H With ers Ins farm near Sums and will move to same in about one monthMr and Mrs Irvine Burton of College Hill returned to their home at that place last Monday after several days visit to relatives near here- Quarterly meeting will be held nt the Methodist church hero next Saturday night and Sunday Bro Mann residingElder for this district is expected to be presentandpreach on Sunday morning Once in a while We hear of peo pIe giving themselves away It is far better and much easier to give oneself away than it is to sell oneself and TKADCM AHKX promptly obtained fa all eonatriet or no tee we obtain PATENTS THAT PAY advertise ttem tlwroogb1t5 u our aspens and LeJp you to moac Bend model photo orsketch for E report on patentability M yaaiV practice SUR outdoBookO3OS SsventhStrestW- ASMINOTON DC IT 1If You ARE rt S6oo VRAfVY the Weekly Courier Jtrnal Henry Va thereon s paper wants to share tho profits of this prosper ous year tvith its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from WOO to 820 amounting to 8000 in allThere win bo four general presents of 8100 850 30vaml 820 andsixteen presents on 830 trill J20 to bo given In the states of Ken tucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Journ al Company Louisville Ky fora copy of the tVeekty Courier Journ al giving full deiails It will be sent free Henry fattersons Letters from EuropeWill Featurep1 CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ATfRAOTIOE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMail Dally CourierJournal year f C- Daily and Sunday 1 year 8 Weekly 1 year 1 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILJB KY By Special Arrangements You can got THETIMES And the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Both one year for only One DollarThis is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must bo sent through the TIMES office A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read+ BiMiLns Commoner ON MARCfl 17 Tfie Commoner announced the Prima ry PkJ eolRlnizationplun This plan provides for Dem o sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all 0piiwpri j T their party between now and the notionalcam pJln of lUOS It Is a practical method for the prganiza ton of the by the rank and file in order that it may thefa tion wjllconyjnoeevoutbat the Commoner has hit upon a fr 191110 and effective methods of persuading Democrats to- pataoipateinthecouncils of jtheir party These pledges ore pouriqg into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully filed by tl 1 coun r f ty and voting precinct If the same infertst manifested In this work during the past four ninnthais maintained during the nexttwo years to total memlJerlhipwiHeJ fpurnjilliori p jnpcratifivptere 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