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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 0- I A t4 I c TR rc t 0 CLAYiOITY TIMEStt 0 d r50 Cents a Year in Advancj rrWeare here to h pCla the Sorronniing Conritfy aol Ourselves d E hurjpYcr Publisher yrVOL1O CLAT PITY KT THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 1905 N043 An Important Question One of tiie most important questions tint has comb before the voters of Kentucky to decide for some tinm is the question as to whether or not wo shall return I tuthe old method of voting or not The question is sure to car ry if the voters who aro really for it do not forget to vote Re member this is a very important matter one that concerns every person in Kentucky We have tried the secretballot stem and it has been found to be very deficient then let us return to the doors R Stairways Store m phi way with the good features I of tho nov retained Vote for the change in tho constitution Vote for theoldsyste n of voting if in the future wish to know that your vote is counted as cast Dillard Woosley of Mt Ster ling is visiting relatives Hardwicks Creek 0 FOr Sale Fresh grown ginseng seed at prices 1 W MIZE Vaughns Mill Ky H I PITTTSBURG VISIBLE YPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT MflGHlME MADE Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder Uni versal Keyboard Light Touch Rapid Acti- onPRICE 75 It Reaches the Demands of Business Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for catalogue and proposition to dealers Pittsburg Writing Machine Co PA SHIMFBSSELSv V Clay Vrf Cityslt di tigStor b The store where you have been dealing for the pasttwen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in tho fluid with the usual LARGE STOCK of General Merchandise selling to tho Best People tho Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable Gods At Cost Am now closing out AT OSa line of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact nil Summer Good are included These goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Fall Stock fhjs is a chance for you if you need any of these goods School Books Full Lined the newly Adopted School Book and other School Requisites kept always on hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city SHIMPBSSELS I RLI IANCFiMFG Go Winchester ICy tWe Marjufacture ii Sash Flooring r Ceiling Vfltberqontding1varandi Shingles and Etc Fronts f you on reasonable PITTSBURQ We are HeadquarterVfor Building PapersliFelt Roofing lH TJlin oid Roofing l P and Etc v j t 1 4 rN Send us Your estimatesM i Prompt Shipments i4 tHnMiilrt S i t yr j- i j ot ba 9 d it I 4- tv t v + a rt A Good Roads Proposition thelroadwho is amply able to fulfill all proposifions he may make offers if a movement of the right kind can be brought about to con struct and and prbperly complete one mile of first class pike pro vided of course other citizens will likewise complete the other fourteen miles of said road What about this Think of one citizen offering to construct one fifteenth of the whole road On this route it seems that fourteen other such enterprising farmers should be found and the work completed Besides there is a lot of aid that can be obtained from persons interested but not able to do so much Such ollers as tho above are encouraging indeed It shows that others are becoming surely interested and that the move ment is growing with men of a bility Powell vs Lee The Republican nominees ask your voto for county offices claiming tjuit the present admin istration has been extravigant in the allowance of claims and etc Lets see take Lee county under Republican rule for comparison In that county which is about the same in size taxable proper ty and etc they levy a tax of BO cents on tho hundred and last year allowed claims aggregating FrrrO 5 iduiili s bul1 2 00 or one firth more than was allowed by Powellcounty and in Powell tho tax levy has been lowered to 40 cents while in Lee it remains 50 cents By the above comparison it will be seen that Republican coun ties instead of being more eco nomical as claimed fs far more extravigant if it can be called extravigance It costs something to keep up the county affairs re gardless of which party is in power The expense may be kept up by wind with tho hun gry office seekers but when the time comes it takes the cash J Editor and DC tor If an editor makes a mistake ho has to apologize for it but if a doctor makes ono ho buries it If tho editor snakes oho thpre is a lawsuit swearing and tho smell of sulphur but if time doctor makes one there is a funertil cut flowers and a smell of varnish The doctor can use a word a yard long without knowing what it means but if the editor uses it he has to spell it If the doctor gtes to see another mans wife he charges for the visit but if the editor goes to see another mans wife he gets a charge of buck shot When a doctor gets drunk its a cape of overcome by heart and if he dies it is heart trouble When an editor gets drunk its a case of too much booze and if he dies its a case of delirium tremens Any old medical college can make a doctor You cant make an editor He has to be born Exchange Everything in uptodate Dress Goods and at Popular prices Mrs J Williams rV I tQIy City Ky V r R ftYJ f r Jcl YrAlt r W r m During the past two years of Democratic administration in Clay City there has been a meet ing of the Council on each regu lar meeting night onto a month Stamp under the rooster 0- DIED Bethel Douglas the bright lit tle threeyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo Gravett died at their home at Vaughns Mill Thursday morning at one oclock of membranous croup Burial at the Ilardwicks Creek Christian Church Friday afternoon Tis hard for loving parents to give up their dear children but the will of God when thus accom plished is gratifying by the knowledge that they are s renely folded in more careful hands than ours and that Theirs are nil heavenly gain With but the slightestof earths cares and pain anlcepOn weepStillIts gone where no cold winds blow No cures or sorrow there to lend While we struggling here below Await we trust Corns peaceful end Tis hard Indeed to do Wo humbly submit to Ills will throughAndA FRIlso WEBBCREED At the home of tho brides father Win Creed near Stan ton Wednesday afternoon at S- JPiglock Jlifsranl yskbnoi this city was married to Miss Mattie Creed Elder J A Webb father of the groom ofliciating Tho happy pair left on the train that evening after the ceremony foroincinnati where they will spend a fewdays on a bridal tourMr Webb is 011 of Clay Citys most promising and attractive young business men while the bride is one of Stantons prettiest and most attractive girls They will soon after their re turn home go to housekeeping in this city where they will re ceive the congratulations and best wishes of a host of friends o Winchester Court About 000 cattle at Scobees Stock Yards most of them com mon to medium Most of them were sold A great many of them by the head The market could bo characterized brisk at low prices Tho hest prices of the day was 805 for some good feed ers 1050 Ibs The bulk of the steoTs brought 825 to 850 Heifers sold from 225 to 235 Some sheep were on the mar ket but none were sold Acon siderablo numborof work mules were on hand but buyers and sell ers were apart in their views and few were sold A few com mon to good weanling mules brought 50 to 75 Winchester Democrat 0 Viva Voce There is only a short time un til the voters of Kentucky will have the chance to do away with the rotten system pf voting which is now in Not much hits been said along this line in the pa pers but we feel that it is tho du ty of every man to use his influ ence and to vote as of old Do a way with the machine scheme and give every man a fair chance Vote to do away with time secret ballot and bo a man Wnlkup n nnd say whom you are for by the viva voco system and when tho polls are closed there will bo no ballots to throw out no boxes to lo stolen no doing of any cumuli late to beat him out of what should be his ownEx NOTICE The Jllltics Christian Ail Socie ty desires to take in little jobs of work such us plum sewing quilt lug mending cleaning and press lug suits of clothes and nriullfiithings too numerous to inHiitimt at very reasonable prices Piieknijet anti orders will be taken care of lit Mrs SearcyV n Dr IlItDFJSStOYAL Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Valdron bulliiln where an experienced Practitioner may be found day and night prepared to execute all kind i hlsh grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY k B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND 6URQEON CLY CITY Kf B R SMITHMrD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY YbJ eoe OOQooOQO-G f Clay City i B National Banksa Capital 5000000 j Surplus 600000so ct s Crowned with Success gna have been our efforts in the J past to provide the most comJ Splete facilities and extend every J ncemmodation consistent with S conservative management we S shall not relax our endeavors to J J keep in the forefront of progress 5 1 Wo solicit the accounts of bus 0 mess men generallymind promise our customers that all business entrusted to our care will receive J Jour very promptest attention und be handled with nil possible care Wand accuracy 2 ONE DOLLAR wills nrt a 2 savings account on which we pay 3d interest compounded semi- annuallyJ Correspondence invited t I Clay City National SaivkJ Clay City Ky SSSSQSSSIS SSSSS S S S S S S S J a SPOUT SPRING Robert H Niblack has moved to the Fox farm Lloyd Todd visited relatives in Clark county tho latter part of tho week Elder B S Burgher was up from Winchester the latter part of the week Mr and Mrs W J Barnett visited Elder and Mrs N Mcjn tosh and other relatives in Clay City this week Johnny Wright of Hardwicks Creek is building a new house near hero and will move into the neighborhood soon as same is completed Mrs Rachel Barnett who for quite awhile was in very bad health has improved a groat deal and is now fast regaining her normal flesh Mrs Texa McKinney whoso serious illness has been reported in a former issue of the TInEs is now improving very nicely we are glad to state When you elect a city council nominated and backed up by some regular organized party t you elect men who are doubly ob ligated to perform their duty They are kept in the path of du ty first for party honors and sec ond by their own personal integ rity The man picked up hap hazardly usually feels nothing binding and works at his leisure Judge Derickson and the other members of the Fiscal Court have paid the county out of debt and at its recent term lowered the tax to forty cents whicluwill make a difference of 20 cents on 5b IUtlred dollars in this years- t x undthe tax next year y The first Democratic Council i ever experienced in Clay City a has the honor of investing more money in public improvements possibly than all other former councils Then if you want the town to continue improving why vote for a change mayTo whom concern The undersigned is not a candidate for City Clerk again and under no condition whatever willI have the office I thank the re tiring council for their kiiftlness in giving me the office before but I dont care for it any longer as other business matters are too urgent to give the office the proper attentit n requiredJ Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications us they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness cud that is bycon stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the inucons lining of the Eustuch ianTube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafnees is the result andunless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored toils normal condition hear ingwill be destroyed forever nine ca es out of ten are caused by Out nrrh which is nothing but an in mucou16UrrWe will give One Hundred Dof Jars for tiny case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot he cured bv Huns Oiitnrh Cure Stud for t circulars free F J Ci1ENEYak CO Teledo 0 Sold by Druggist 75c Take HaUsFamUyPiIl for con Btjpation r r- cry b Xr 1r yl Y Ii aItAN4 Irwr i THE TIMES IUllLISnED EVERY TUURSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass mail matter Thursday October 26 1U05 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 cc Louisville Commercial 75 cc Home and Farm 75 Democratic Ticket For Representative ALBERT EASTER I County Judge Quo M DERIOKSON County Attorney JOHN D ATKINSON u County Clerk EDWARD ROSE Sheriff JOHN M KKNNON Supt of Schools R A IRVIN I AssessorJ W WOLLERY JailorGEO STEPIIENS CITY ELECTION For MayorD R DANIEL I Conncilmen 0 Shimfessel H O Warmouth J H 0 Rear A H Goosey F M Hutchinson Charlie Ander son 6 Police Judge T J FLETCHER Our Ticket If you wish to see the winning ticket at the coming November election take a peep at the space just below the mast head on this page We have no doubt but what every one of them will come in like a top There is no excuse for any scratching and there will be but little All the candidates are our nominee sound Democrats and worthy gentlemen Then why are they not entitled to the partys united support Albert Easter for Representative Geo M Derickson for County Judge and Edward Rose for County Clerk are the only ones on the county and dis trice ticket that have opposition The Republicans only hope of success in this county is to break into the lines of Democracy by preaching up some great scarecrow bugaboo reports when they really know that there is nothing at all in them Powell county is a small coun ty nevertheless the formal ex pense of the county government is in Powell the same us in ether counties of millions of Taxable property We can boldly and we believe truthfully say that there Is not a county in the State where its officers have been as poorly paid for their services as jnPowellIn face of all these facts the county levy hasbeen lowered to 40 cents on the hundred dollars which nodoubt will be as low as anycounty in the State for next year andprobably the lowest rate ever collected in Pow ell county Can we expect or hope for anything better than this under a Republican administration especially if one is placed at th head of affairs that has had practically no experience infiscal af fairs even like the writer There ill cbngequently no tj A i y t cause for alarmin the couhty af fajrs it is nil an electioneering scheme hatched up to get votes from the Democratic ranks hoed county government will continue with the ole6tion of ev ery Democrat in tllo race Figures don t lie rend Claims allowed in the Re publican county of Lee this year 711052 Claims allowed for the same time in the Democratic v comity of Powell 5204 59 Difference 1905 98 The above comparison is not made to cast any reflection on the Lee county authorities because they happen to be Republicans but to show that it costs money to run county matters in any county arid when there hap pens to be a difference it always some way or other seems to bo in favor of Democratic government like tho above facts and figures showAnd again Powell county has had to defray the expense of hold ing a local option election the past year Had this election not been held the annual expenses of the county would have been less than 5000 these figures cannot be lowered by any fiscal court in the State The most encouraging reports come from Estill county in tho race for Representative The ar ray against the Republican nom inees was never so solid and the fight grows more hopeful from day to day All conservative voters in position to know with whom we have talked say the boys will win If such be the case and we are sure it is our candidate for Representative Hon Albert Easter will alto come in His chances are ex= cei1tiTtllyb 1L1ffaiie sVillfo to Estill with al least 150 majority and some are now figuring on 200 One of our friendstold the editor once we were not fit for any thing but a newspaper man In a sense he possibly told the truth We took no exceptions of course not Dr Knox is a fine physician well qualified as such is a whole souled good fellow Judge Derickson has had a great deal of experience as County Judge and while he is well qualified for anything that comes his way ho is certainly no better fitted for any thing else than County Judge arid there isnot a man in the county better fitted for the office than the Judge Vote the ticket straight Democrats dontbe deceived at any report you may hear on our nbminees Keep ever in mind an honest man who when ho started out to run for office soon came off the truck because his opponents who had told that he had stolen a sheep was fixing to 11rovo it on him The statement of President AIc Call that there are two sides to the insurance business is true The policy molder is on the outside Republican national committee is on the inside lithe Republicans of Powell county had a few life insurance companies to draw on for sup plies they inight tand a better showing for success in Uoyem her Theitux in PoveJcounty next will be not over90c tmvtLe h3epu IOnly twelve snore days until Stamp in tho cir cle under the roosterf k yrfr1 r o t 7 r- i a FMx 1 JFc1 I jrfk 1 1t i Wt Millinery r r I a t 1t i f 1 Delights 1Mc = I The Creations we showing for Ladies f of all ages will delight those who are hardItoplease and who want soineting thats worthwhile Here are FashionsV 1 For Fall Wear 1 Right from themakers of the Best Millinery ever pro duced S oour Pattern Hats Readytowear and S Trimmed Hats In all Shapes and Styles and iii I From 100 Up j II MRSJ W WILLIAMS- The Clay City MillinerrI ftl41 m A4 The Whitest W iteGakeIiThe Lightest Light Rolls 1 tt And Flakiest Biscuit jr Aro Made Whon You Uxo 1j Pearl and Balers Pride Flour i Jj Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed 4A t MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY f 7 itTtl t Sold by our Lending Merlhant1Ir ft S y oJ J t + + + + + +++ Ito + + + Ir c + + + + + + u+ + ++Ht INSURE 7 t WXTHf t 0 F A bY + + IiJr 01 t t Sl+ The Leading InNurnnoo Acent 1 f+ of IQuMtoru liontuolcy p t t i Over 200000000 l i r0 t Represented J rtJJ+ r + I 1 ffitheyqre+ H I + + + + + + +X+ + + +++ +++ rtMr Jf J LM POLKA DOT CANS EAVTl iiuirHoN- zl l lac 1 11vT Tw wuarL FT- ww M rM wtww rw4 tpwrSprrpn Tbpr4 W l N Mywryr TOrMp1 p U WpnpW- A mill tnnumta m pea adds Ieady to lie rehae end beaus of your erg rid make you a good neitnbor making good nettbborbood Oood peiaang is oat of npcIBIIhpupai tiC f lrww m fi tkeremoae IndipUltbll rtaeon Y Iretw6 hoaeY painter wW ukemtledge InOil is tAl Ur and the earrwa to get good to buy k free and from thtdalaY barrel not from tft teal nad paint COla TIlt that Ie uRULOCHPMITmadwentoingmodluuamfmr B ILittlepage Son IUII T RY G 1i nt CLAY CITY KY V cwvseraRp1 t Slt i AN ALL HOMEMADE lAP nr THURSDAY OOT 201005 i LOCAL BREVITIES 1 Tho school at Stanton has dosed I again on account of diphthe 11 rid I ii Werhayo Iud a great deal of h rain this week and the river is rapidlyki Flder B S Burgher of Win chester visited relatives here j from Friday until Monday iq Born Saturday Oct 21st to Mr and Mrs Mike King of Wal t tergville n fine son Charlie e hi See Commissioners saleadver tised in this issue and attend the sale at Stanton the 1st Mon day in November j I E The ice mans day for gouging the public is past for this year Ho will now take u rest and give the coalman his turn Robert L Shimfossel of this county sold at Winchester court Monday 11 heifers 550 lbs at 2I cts and 13 steers 800 lbs at n cents Mr iind Mrs Chas Groves and Mr i and Mrs Robert Russell havoVmovcd into the besfutiful now residence of Mrs Jennie J Russell Taulbeo Mouhtz has returnedp frollll two weeks stay at Boats tyvillo where ho has been super ft intending the Company store at jh that place rf The frost is on the pumpkin hockdreary rains this week have made tf us feel blue 1ttis J Next Tuesday night will be t Halloween the time when all the bus will have mischief in their t r heel Look out for them they are apt to bo busy Mr and Mrs VI Barnettof- wt Spout Spring visited H G t r Burgher and family and Eli N McIntosh told family the latter part of the week O Sliimfessel vetting in his usual magnificent display of fall and winter goods You should tvisit this store and see the main moth stock on hand Joe Mountz entered Keptucly Wesleyan College at Winchester Tuesday Joe is a fine fellow i and ho has the best wishes of a r host of friends hero who wish him unbounded success in his col legiate course If your want to always be on time ft it keep your watch in good repair f See Webb Last week wo inadvertently faiied to announce the beginning of the protracted services at the Prysbyierian church Monday I t njfiht Pastor Irvin is being as eisited by Rev Wm Cunlining 5 of Winchester The services will i continue until Sunday which the L4 1 dedication of the new church will Xtluk placef 0 l w pattern Hats altered or copied r while you wait at Mrs Williams I Millinery Store Clay City Ky 1 rt j + A COLD IN0N133 uAY TakeLAXATIVE BRQMO QUI NINE Tablets AH dfuggisls red iIt hafund the money if it fails to cre r haatUreIs on each fo t 9 0 ttbox U jPl11Jia vv L ytf LY t HA r- il 3l t IfJ fI 0 thla 1CJ d t it 4A i i t t f Marriage Announcement Roy RL Branbenburga well known Baptist minister will be married to Miss Nora E Noland of Madison county The mar riage will take place at the Un ion Baptist church Tuesday October 81 1005 You ought to See those Hots at Mrs J W Williams arid at prices to suit everyone Mis JV Williams Clay City Ky J Going to Oregon ElderTAiWebb returned home Saturday from Terre Haute Ind where he has been since the- tirstof August He will start for Oregon Monday where he will bo with his son E L Webb He will take with hisi a fine rifle gun as doer hunting is fine in the part of the state where goes and lie is aiming to bo in for his part of the sport at times 4Plnns to Oct Rich arc often frustrated by sudjlen breakdown due to dyspepsia or eon stipaion Bruce up and take Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out the materials which clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure headache and dizzi ness top At Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25c guaranteed Will Move to Winchester B A Orutcher Common wealths Attorney will shortly move from Nit holasvillo to Win chester This will then give the Olark capital the Oircuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney too With both these ollicers there it seems thnt they have god assurance of peace New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are now known to bo curable by Hucklens Arnica Salve Jus Walters of Duflield Va writesIII hinda cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens Arnica Salve healed and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts und burns 25o at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Some Fine Corn Charlie Welch has been deliv ering in tho city to various par ties some as fine corn as wo ever saw grow He raised it on his farm on Hnrd wicks creek Such crops as are grown by him is strong evidence of a good farm er as well us a productive farm With many more such farmers as Mr Welch Powell county would soon come out of the ruts There is nothing more provoking thannn incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew elerand ilversuiith and let him fix it All work guaranteed For SaleFine Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is rich river bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and all nec essaryout building Six good springs Oil tHo place convenient to school and Qtc plenty of timber to keep rnceup bnthe place will prow corn wheat tobacco arid everything else raised in the State Will be sold us the whole or divid ed in two tracts This is a rare bargain FOr particular call on JE BunanuR Clay City The Hicks Almanac For ijpo6 The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not bo published foc1906 but Ohl Monthly Journal Word and Works has Been changed into a large and costly Magazine and it wiltcontain his stornf nnd weather fo r stsi d bth r astrpnomiial featu7esbmp1iete rThe November r 0 i 4 I i y- y r Fk + t Af t ra t Miberknow ready contains the forecasts from January to Juno 1900 The January number ready December Othwill contain the forecasts from July to December 1000 The price of this splendid Magaziheis ono dollar a year See it and you Will have it The November and January numbers con tamimjthe Rev Irl R hicks fore casts for the whole year and more complete than ever tint be had by sending IItonce25cents to Word and IVorks Publishing Compariy 2201 Lc cti9t Street St Louis Mo Our line of Millinery is ready for your inspection It is all one could wish Words but poorly des cribes it It should be seen to ap predated Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky An attempt was made to burn the Ruckerviilo Christian church in Clark county Sunday night Full of Tragic leaning are these lines from J II Simmons of Casey In Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if he had not taken the med cline about which he 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 completely cured me In stantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases prevent grip und pneumonia At Swnnn Day Lumber Cos store guaranteed 60c 8100 Trial bot tie free The present year has been a rec ordbreaker for Louisville as regards the holding of conventions of all kinds It is estimated that 250000 strangers have visited the city in the last ten months Astonhihlng Jncldent It was to i I her 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 were ready to hid me the last farewell clouds of des pair darkened my horizon and I was a wreck on the shores of despondency when I began to take Electric litters for my frightful stomach and liver complaint To the astonishment of all I was ben efited at once and am now com pletely and miraculously restored to health At SwannDuy Lum her Cos store price 50o guaran teed A tornado swept through the village of Sorento I1J killing four and injuring thirtyfive peo ple Forty houses were destroyed Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Gooddwellingund out buildings i two never falling springs Price 8000 one half cash This is a snap that will soon bo taken up J E JJUUaHEU Take boiled linseed oil and mix it with charcoal dust until the mixture has the consistency of ordinary paint Give to the posts which should bowel dried two coats of tho mixture before set ting them and no farmer will live long enough to see the same posts rotted Tho posts which may be of the softest wood will cost Joss than three cents to prepare Town prpperij for Sale Two cottages Jon Seventh ave PresbytedIancburch gain M Bailey Patronize honie industryby buying thq best flourSnow Fluke and White Posei i i itJri i l t 3 plt a 1 lvv V Startling Facts AI E1 BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead or With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wouder how we got them J Everything from i uapev 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 kit affords Nice obliging clerks arc ut your service t We hold the field in Tanbark and Vies arid are Swapping your Uncle Sams1 Genuine cohi 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 =or Remember our Headquarters v CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Black Creek Lime Works RS NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unsluckend Lime in any quanti ty Will soil to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Hillerneyer Sons Blue Grass Nurser s1 LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fall of 1005 a full stockof Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Aspuragun Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter M BAILEYMer- chant all Cu- stomMILLERI CLAY CITY KYJ Custom york six daysln the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll 0 hw w et Si I t FP PNN llw I Iu1II 1 xe n = = XJIEWinchestei Bank IKCORPO RATED N H WiTiiKitsPooy Pres Capital Stock 20000p Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of imiivid ualH firms and corporations 848 =C F DANIEL GLftY CITY KY Dealer in v Fresh and cured meats Fresh breadiOysters Etc Highest cash price paid foi Chick ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop r Table supplied with the best the markers affoids Everything net and clean Rates 8150perday IIXPERIENCE MARKslDESIGNS rending a eketcb and may Quickly ucortaln our opinion free whether an aonstrlct Inrentoo probably HAfl5 5Konlatenta- lent I tree Oldest encyforaecurtngpatenta Patents taken Ubout cball o 111 the Scientific HinetfcaiL A handsomely Illnitratad weekly rireit ejr culatlon of an icltntula journal Terms reu tfonr month L newidultn CoVewshNEwX rk- J BraDcb 4yX t ll a f N 0 i a 1 TO DEL CAIE WOMEN You will and strong bright hap ipy hearty and freefrom pain until you build up your e qonstitutron vith a nerve refreshing bloodmaking K tonic like I Iti Wie4CardUi It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache 4 backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It Is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A freely and frankly In LETrnRI ence telling us all your symptoms troubles We will send free advice lit plain sealed envelope how to E cure them Address Ladies AdvisOry Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga I Tenn Commissioners Sale Jtill Circuit Court Joel McKinneys Hells Plaintiffs against JodIcKimwYI Heirs Defendants By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale rendered it the Estill Cir IUi iit sit its July turn 1105 in the above styled cauee I will on- t the ith day of November lOOo at S the frontdoor of the Court House ink Stanton Ky between the hours of 10 oclock m and 2 oclock pm expose ut Public Auction to the t highest und best bidder on a cred it of six months the following de scribed property to wit gfgr ffitjffiiFlract of land in Powel- lty countylvy and hounded as fol lows Beginning at a take on the map of division on file in the euit of S UnOd T J S Vaughn vs Uichard Swojio c in the Cir cuit Court and corner to lot No2 z thence X 48fE 75 poles ton stake nt XV thence S 47i E M 75100 jfiles to 8 chestnuts at G thence S 48 W 73 poles to a strike at tins road thfiiett with the road S17r W 8 310 poles to the beginning containing 10 acres Also the following boundary Be ginning lita ftake corner to lot No 1 on the innp of division ntIIA thence N 42i K 72 pales to u stake ii at JJ1 thence S 47i E 43 110 jioles to i ptuko atIU tilt ace S 48J V 70 poles to U stake at the roiul i tlicucii with tho road N 34 i W 0 pule N 4 A r 12 810 poles N 54A W 13 poles In the beginning containing 18 acre and being the lurid xold mid conveyed by S D units TI S Vuiiyhn toJoel AluKinney these two tracts will be sold us a whole Also tin following tract formerly u part of the Anderson Hush firm and adjoining the hinds of 11 T Keniion and containing 0 1011 a r rres and lyingstn till lower eido of th Fiinifica and Claw City road The purchaser will he required to extcute bmid wifli improved Be iMirity for the piirrliirso money pay iililu to the Coniloiszioutr aJIII btar f lug MX per cent from day of sale uniil paidIlIId having the force and q cfftct of a rellllnhIIIIwJth a lien reserved on the dhoti till all the purnliiise money is piM Giv u iiiy hand this pith duly ofQctoher1005R V 11 0 E 0Ck r c Virden Eildie Evuiiiiailand wife left Tupiflay morning ifor their homo tit PastI1 1 r 0 s i u YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes jttrs F L Jones of Callatin Tenn For since taking Cardul I have gained 35 lbs and am In better health myhusbandweight in gold to all sfifferlng ladies T M We have had three big jack frosts and I guess Mr rabbit will soon be ripe Eddie Everman find wife visit SnsaU Store- Sma22 Expanse Sn 8 1 o Hg Ot R drug stnrc ig small but we carry a full stock of goods that meets every fennel of or customers It is of a juaity that you do nut foul often in even he larjer drug stores Buyers here are ibwlutey sure that they are getting pos lively thebeft the market affords in very lute of drug store goods Because I pur piiall store and small expense we ire successful in competing with the big Vtows who have big rents and big wages o pay Our prices are so low arid the n tIt of our goods so great that it will pay you togo out of your way to come liirc The following is one of our offers Constipated Ss8 ES a Free Cure pillsYou experience that a phy sin wont cure Iet experience show you what will cure Constipation It the rotting of undigested food in the alituentarv tutee This 117 rotting ems i makes bad blood which makes bad health probablycluseMulls Grape Tonic cures Ills not a or likeniiythliiKclseyouhaveeverused It isatonic of the grope which strengthens the digestive enables properlyNoreturned We know that Mulls Grape Tonic will cure samplebottleotaken It We only ask that you ue the contents of the first bottleas directed You dont obligate yourself to buy any of the remedy FREE COUPON Send this coupon with your name and address and druggists name for a free bot tie of Mulls Grape Tonic to Mulls Crate Tonlo CoeOD Third Ave Rock Island III Givt Full Address and Write Plainly The 100 bottle couUtiu nearly three times the We 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 SHE U- SL1TILEPAGESON s FEELING LIVERISHI This Morning 7 L TAKE 1LAppetizer Laxative j t ted 0 0 Curtis and family Fri day and Saturday Kill is Ware who wont west a few months ago returned to iris homo last week Charlie Ewen sold and deliver ed some COn to Clay City parties at 250 per barrel The little child of Alfred Rose is very sick with diphtheria and is not expected to recover There was quite a crowd from different parts of the country visited Pilott Knob Sunday Misses L51H6 and Belle Ware visited D 0 Morehead and fam ily on Copperas Creek Sunday The hunters camp here is occu pied this week by Clay Qaitskill and Dr Evans of Bourbon county Mrs Susie Everman and Miss Annie 1rewitt visited Mrs Har lin Dawson Saturday and Sunday Uncle Press andUrtunt Bettio Everman were tho pleas nut guests at 0 0 Ourtis Sun day Mrs G D Cook and three daughters Misses Cora Lillie and Tootsy nIl visited at Kidd ville last week Misses Mary and Grace Ware and Katie Baker visited the for fliers sister Mrs D A Hughes at Kiddville last week Miss Grace Warn entertained ft lot of her friends Sunday Those present were Misses Katie Sallie and Lena Baker and Miss Sudie Curtis All rcporUt nice time wad TD rolifl obtaloed to- alloountrieaorno es obtain PATCNTO THAT PAY adverts t emtboronghlywtoar uipcaru atU iiep you fo KtutnsI Bend model photo or sketch for FREEport on pLentAblUt120 years practice sun PASSING REFERENCES For Tree 3uldo look on Profitable 1atents write to S03B03 Sovonth- WASHINGTON StreetD C IIf You ARE The 6oo GlvenAWDI Henry Wattereons paper wants to share the profits of this prosper oUeI year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty ChristmaS presents ranging from 100 to 820 amounting to 8000 in all There will be four general presents of 8100 850 30 and 820 andsixteen presents on 830mu i20 to be given in the states of Ken tucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair laid simple Write to the Courier Journ al Company Louisville Ky furn copy of the Weekly CourierJourn al giving full details It will bo sent free Henry fattersonV Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Featur of CourierJournal During 1905 OTHI A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mail Rates Daily CourierJournal year sa yearWeekly g 1 COURIERSJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements You cnn get THETIMES And the WEEKLY COUR IER JOURNALS B + tli one year for only One DollarI This is for cash subscriptions only All Subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the TIMES otllco T V v A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryan Commoner ON MARCJFt 17 The Commoner announced the Primary Pledge orguniznlion plan This plan provides for Dem ouriUB to sign u pledge binrliiiir themselves to attend till 1 Primaries of theIr party between now and the notional calls t jmSgn of 1008 It is a practical method for the organiza tion of the party by tile rank uml tile in order that it may prove true to its nimo and bo the efficient servant of the people in the ostabllshiiient of reform A little investiga t tion will convince you that the Commoner has hit updn a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These are pouring into the Commoner office thethousands where they are carefully filed by staeJcouli- tv and vpting precinct i If the pame interest manifested In this work during the Iliunthsis ninintuiiiedrlurin tho nHct two v its the totalwembercliip will exceed fourmillion UtmoerMic votary The Commoner is issued weekly cul crlpl inn iln yenr By special arrnngemente for a short time only we IIffr thu Clay City Ime undThe Commoner ontlyear iioth forti1 10 Address all orders to THE TIMES Gay Gify Ky n Ii Take T H t Scyw Milloll kom stall ispgI3MMtk o a- a I J j I1 1 S Thai aat i s- S I n sA Qiiarnnteed Cute for Plies Itching Blind Bleeding or Pw trudilig Piles Druggists refund mono ey ifPAZO OINTIMfcNT foils to cure any case no matttirof how long rstandlug InG to 14 days First nit plication giveaeaso and r sllic- If your druggist hasnt it send 60o in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo IOr The Best tho Simplest j the most reliable the most Durable made We also handle u full line oft e Hose Pipe Pipe and GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co- RYWINCHESTER LLTHEOOUC IStAND CURE VIIE LUNGS l C1ISurest and QuiCKest Cure for nil THROAT and JVOTTQ TEOUB LES or MONEY BACK j 1 11EffectlEABTTUOUND No 2I Stations P in LvLexington 2257411 Vlnchester31O 825 u LiEJtulctIon 322 837 1 1OIfY slid 3 50 113 4 Stanton 400 tU2l I Kbsslyil 412 02S 4 Natural Bridge lJi f5Torrent 440 1008 BeattyvilleJunc5ll 102iv II 0 k K Junta 0 5 1126 Ar Jackson 010 1130 WESTBOUND Stations No3I M LvJnckson2r i 025 I O KJunct 3 30020 a unc320 726 U Torrent 347 747 I Natural Bridge 401 801 II Ilos lyn 425 822 U Stanton 430 828 Olav Oltv48U 837 IILEJunetonti08U10II i ArLexington 005 1010 All trains daily except Sunday Trains Nos a and 4 make conncnt tionnt Bcattyvlllc Junotioiuwith L ft A Rnilwftyfor local stations op iAi Railway und connect at 0 K Junction for local atationso n 0 R K Railway No 1 and 3 connect at L K Tiinc bOil wish 0 A 0 for lit IJ It BAKU Nanagerw tT a in One Laxative Brcmo Vritetodayfprparticulars Curs Cold Day Quinine Belting Fittings 11AM NoI 1GenPa81 ceseriP 1 II SB Two Days on every i SOX CSC uiJ i I 7 a rt