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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e af r r I S V 1 THE cAYM5-0 t Cents a Year In Advanci We are here to help day City the SorronnJing Country cad Ourselves 111 Burgher Publisher YQt JO GLAT CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21905 NO 99 I WALDRONHOSKIN A very quiet wedding occurred at the homo of Mrs John Hos kin Tuesday afternoon at half i past two oclock when Mr Hen ry Waldron of this city and Miss Lena Hoskin were united in lmatrimony Elder J L Reynolds officiating t They left on the westbound train for a bridal tour often days to Washington undothe Eastern cities After their return they will oc cupy the grooms beautiful home the congratulations of a host of friends We do Stairways A new voting booth has been put up in Olay City No more voting in the school house If your vote iq clean and straight every candidate the Democratic ticket you will stamp only under the rooster Vote to change to the bid stern of voting if you want fair elections again For Sate Fresh grown ginseng seed rea sonable prices 1 W MifcE + Vaughns Mill Ky I PITTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT 4ItGHINE t1rDE Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder Universal Keyboard Light Touch Rapid Acti- onPRICI3 75 It Reaches the Demands Business Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for dialogue and proposi tion dealers PittsburgWriting Machine Co PITTSBURQ PA SHIMFESSELS CCay CitysL di StorerT- he store where you have been dealing for the post twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in thofield t with the usual LARGE STOGKi 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 Seasonable Goads At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a line of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goody are included These goods though seasonable now must be soldto make room for our New Full Stock This a chance for you if you need any of these goods School Books Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always nn hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city S H I l FrIssbiis I1 tELIJAN EiMFG do Winchester KyIManufacture r Sash Flooring rsjCeiUnBlinds Weatherboarding V randasPi 1 Shingles and Etc Stqre frntlln as as on eel at of to is We are Headquarters fort Building Paper 1 Felt Uoofing i l Flintoid Roofing and Etc Vlr 0Nlij i t 4 t l Send us Your etlmates t rompomenta ii i t t t V ij if rfr I tk 0 iJ I- yL Ik Y ti I t w Y Ii kk f i IN SMOKEf The Beautiful Residence of fir Ed Wilson and a Good Portion of Its Contents Consumed Early Monday floraing- OVERTRRNED LAMP STARTS FIRE At half past four oclock Mori day morning the sounding of the fire whistle was heard and the greater part of our residents were soon up andjawako to see where the fire was It proved to be the beautiful and attractive resi dence of Mr Ed Wilson in the eastern portion of the city and soon it was laid in ashes and gone up in smoke It was too far to be reached by the water works and when help arrived there was no possibility of extinguishing the flames The fire was started by an overturned lamp inr the kitchen Mr Wilson as is his custom arose and had made a fire in the kitchenThe lighted lamp which was sitting on a nearby table was knocked on the floor when the oil spread at once the flames following it Mr Wilson threw a bucket of water on the fire but this seemed to only further spread the oil and increase the headway of the flames At once it was seen that the house was doomed to burn so the hrlnas Qu dedondlls many f the c6mtBa8TJBl3ile titttri red 6trt The loss vill reach no less than f3000 which is only covered by 1500 insurance The house was very nicely furnished and had not much of the furniture been saved the loss would have been a deal heavier However the- furnituresuved is damaged con siderably and is not worth near what it was in the house Mr and Mrs Wilson who are of our very best citizens have the sympathy of a large number of friends in their loss The furniture saved was moved to the house opposite the Central Hotel where Mr and Mrs Wilson have gone to house keep ing again Where The Difference Comes n Albert Hamilton the Republican nominee for Representative in the EstillPowoll district is a very nice gentleman a good cit izen and a good school teacher The writer used to go to school to him so we know he is a good teacher and we are sure he is a better teacher than he would make Legislator and besides it will Clever do to take him from the schools of Estill county after such a long period of yoe luau service rr Hon Albert Easter is of the stripe that good Legislative timber is hewn He can think he can talk andhe can succeed He is a public speaker and can portray in words every idea connected with his subjects and can demon state in a most effective manner the merits ofd1ec use he repre 8dnts Tills power is invaluable jiiV Legislator A man may beI ajmoral mans he maybe an edu F 7i i t cated man and yet not ben statesman by long odds This is the situation today you vote for Easter you help to elect one of the best Representatives that will go to Frankfort this winter or you can vote under the log cabin which means that ypur vote is not only lost but that you have voted against a man who can not be excelled for Legisla tive ability Vote for Albert Easter and if anything is in store for us at Frankfort it will be brought out this winter by a man who is true to his country true to his party true to his family and true to all mankind Vote for Easter Valuable InformntlonI Mr John D Atkinson County Attorney of Powell for the past four years and thoroughly posted on the financial condition of not only Powell but the surrounding counties has kindly furnished us with the information herein contained over the signatures of the respective Coun ty Court Clerks of the counties I named The county of Estill = levies 50 cents on the 100 worth of taxable property pays the County Judge 500 County Attorney OO andSchool Supt 500 The county of Lee levies 50 cents on the 100 and pays her Judge 500 County Attorney 500 School Supt 450 The county lE940centBitire1dOand of Schools 400 The county of Wolfe levies 40 cents on 100 and pays her Judge 400 County At torney 400 and Superintendent 500 Thus it will bo seen Pow ell county is about on the same footing as the adjoining counties since her levy at the last term of the Fiscal Court was fixed at 40 cents on the one hundred dollars and the salaries are ranging about the same while Powell is far ahead of either of the named ties in the way of public improve ments her roads being far supe rior her court house and jail much better and she owns and maintains a poor farm Then why is it some people want to complain and suggest changing the present administra tion from the hands of those who have been tried and shown their efficiency and place the reins in the hands of those who are with experiencWhen sick you seek the most experienced physician when you go into litigation you wqut1 the bestlawyer ifyou have a difficult calculation you desire the most skillful mathematician to make it Then whywould you think of trusting your public af fairs in inexperienced hands Judge Derickson is faithful is honest is capable is qualified has been tried and found true Your affairs are surely safe while he is at the helm then vote for him Robert Blackburn Robert Blackburn id a clever man and never in his life struck anything that suited him so well asa job with the Standard Oil people whom he has represented for the last three or four years at a good salarytoo good in i j J f h u fact to give up for the small sal nry of County Clerk and beyond- a doubt Bob does not intend to do that If by chance he should be elected it would be too con fining on Bob and he thinks no doubt it would be a nice place for the Major to sit around add more fully expatiate on the sins of the Democratic party Bob will never get to appoint- a deputy II ED ROSE The Rose family are the pio veer settlers of Powell county oven before it was formed They have always been among the most substantial and trustworthy people among us and none of them have ever asked for office except It P Rose brother of the present candidate for County Clerk and he made one of the most efficient Assessors we have ever had Ed Rose is a plain unassum dean man and when elected County Clerk of Powell will show the metal of whicn all tho Roses are made Vote for him R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OLAY QITY KY B LlTTLEPAOEM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CHY OITV KY B R SMITH W PHYSICIAN AND SI4J H7 CLAY Clay City- National i Bank Capital 5000000- Surplus 600000I Crowned with Success gas have been our efforts In they pest to provide the most comJ pltte facilities and extend every accmmodation consistent with1 connervtttive management I we S shall not relax our endeavors to J keep in the forefront of progress We solicit the accounts of bus mess men generally and promise our customers that all business S entrusted to our cure will receive S our very promptestnltnllonnnd t Abe handled with all possible care and accuracy I ONE DOLLAR will start a savings account on which we pays J3 Interestcompoundedsemi annually Correspondence invited J r i Glay City National Bank Clay City Ky OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOSOOOY- y i t SPOUT SPRING Farmers are very busy in this section but will take a dnyor two oil when tho hunting season opens and givo Mr Quail a lively chase- R H Curtis has started his broom f ictory here and will slake brooms forthe public on thin usn al terms and rate Your patroii age solicited John 1f Kennon has recently moved his saw mill to Will lain L Jacksons farm near this place and will their saw up a quantity of timber Elder George W McIntosh will preach at the Brptist church at this place Saturday and Sunday A full attendance of the mem hers is requested on Saturday as important matters will come boo fore the church Asa Todd than whom there is no better farmer in this community has marketed the past week some very fine apples Fruit growing is recognized by Mr Todd as a very profitable indus try and thinks more should be grown in tliis county than what is now raised here A few more citizens and farmers like Mr Todd and this country would be fur better off Dives Consent The old maxim silence gives consent should hold hood in city politics as well as elsewhere but it dont seem to do it Two years ago when the larger portion of Democrats in this city thought best to put up a straight Democratic ticket they called a mass meeting of tho Democrats of the city and ur f gently requested every one whether they tho putting- u a ticket or not to come out thrice and consult with C1Cl tncrThe meeting Was hold and not Democrat object ed but all present favored the ticket Fearing they might be too hasty and not give those of the party who were understood to object to tho proposition a full hearing another meeting was held still no one dared to show up who thought best to al ly with the Republican party So at the second meeting the party organized and a conven tion called which nominated a full city ticket which was elected Not It Democrat hind the face to come to the meeting and object to what was done The two first meetings were held solely for a family consultation andadvice but the citizens element didnt show up were silent which might have been considered for consent Now we think they should abide by the will of those who have interest enough in thq matter to attend such meetings There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases ptit together and until the lust few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it n local dis ease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment1 pronouncCd it incurable Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional dis ease and therefore requires conbti tntionul treatment Hulls Outiirh Cure manufactured by 111 die Hey Co Toledo Ohio is the on ly constitutional cure on the mar ket It is taken internally in does from 10 drqps ton teaspopnful It HCU directly on the blood and mu cous urfaeeg of the system They offer One Hundred Dollars for any case itfiil8to cure Send for cirou Irs and lesCimoniiilrf Address FT CHENEY GO Toledo 0 Gold by Druggists 7oc Take tl18 umllyiPlllrfforcon fitlpation I M I ji 1 i I THE TRIES rnnUSIIED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in aJ ranee otherwise 75 Cents Enteredas s secondclass mail mutter Thursday November 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club fates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The Tuba and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 1- I Louisville Commercial 7 I Home and Farm 7 Democratic Ticket I For Representative ALBERT EASTER W County Judge GEO JI DKRICKSON County Attorney JOHN D ATKINSON I County Clerk EDWAKD ROSE I Sheriff JOHN M KENNON H Supt of Scho9ls R A IRVIN I Assessor J W WOLLEKV I nilolho STEPHENS CITY ELECTION For MayorD H DANIEL Conncilmen C Shin fessel H 0 Warmouth J H 0 Rear A Uo Goosey F11 Hutchinson OharlieAnder son I Police Judge T J FLETCHER I OUR CANDIDATES 11eIhewocarntsof Powell county this year have a fine tickpt to votdforrOji fg Jip average h er wo believe this to be the truth and art glad such is the case HON ALBERT EASTER for Representative who heads the ticket is a gentleman who is widely known in both counties of the district finely fitted for the position being one of Us common people Reared in our midst ho knows our needs and better still knows how to bring about the proper measures to get for his constitu ency these needs lie is the man who is not too weakkneed too timid or too afraid to stand up in our Legislative hall call for de mand and secure for our two counties every benefit in sight for them When elected he will be an honor to the district and the party he represents Stump under the rooster GEO 11 DERIOKSON for County Judge is a true and tried Democrat one who has foughtandsulleredinitsdefense He is also a man of clear public record has served the county one term as sheriff and never known to swerve from duty attendant to the office In the capacity of County Judge ho has hover been found wantingto shoulder beery duty which chutes up has dis played line judgment in all busi ness affairs nod as a trial Judge has proved to bo fair and impar tial under all conditions and cir cumstances A vote for Judge Der olson will he one never to be regretted later on A single X under the rooster will catch him JOHN D ATKINSON forCouiity Attorney is qqual tfr the ilehiaudforone oflthe bright perielicedj r ii 1 J 1r 1 W f W1i fills every re uiretnorit and is nl ways alert to perform any duty when it coiries up Under his counsel many dollars have been made and snVed fbiytho county the pastf911ryenrs and as the lies publicans could find no one will ing to mako the race against him he will perform these same duties for four moire years His record for Democracy is of Ufo pure and undefiled brand for which lie is justly proud A sin gle stamp in the circle under the rooster catches him and all other nomineesEDWARD ROSE a man eminently fitted for the office of County Clerk is the choice of tho Democrats of Pow 0ell county at their primary eec andoexcellent ability are great ducements to voters for it is very important to have such a man in the Clerks officehie is now and has always been asound and hardworking Democrat He will give the ofiice his personal attention as he will retain nbpth er business after the election but give his whole time to the duties of the ofiiee In factias everyone knows lie is running for the officefor his own benefit not for l near relative or speculation He can and will care for the office in a most satisfactory and bus inesslike manner Tho game rooster never scratches good Dem ocrats and good men like Mr Rose Stani only under the roosterJOHN M KENNON wellknown to all of our readers is the partys popular standard bearer for the office of Sheriff in our county He has been rais ed in the county where he num hers his friends by tile score and who have sbento it tljat no oppo fJrJiVchances of winning ttCrace lint because many of these being Re publicans realized that nq man in their party can poll its full strength against him He will make n fine officer A vote for Mr Kennon along with all the nominees is the right policy Dont forget that thIS rooster takes care of allxvoteslaidat his feet lREV R A IRVIN is possibly better suitpd for the oilico Superintendent of Sclidtils tmnanyotllcr individual in the county His profession is in die rect line with school workand neither will conflict with the othi er Ho is an able scholar and has taught a number of schools in the county which mnl eshim thor oughly acc1tlllntedvith the work he has to perform Opposition to him would have been a useless endeavor and Well have the Re publicans observedthis fact He is an old Confederate and is sound in the faith of Deniooracy as far as is consistent with his calling There cdulil bo no incH notion to scratch when it comes to his name Vote the ticket straight rII JAMES W iWOOLERY than whom thereino better Democrat or gcntlenianly candi date is snaking IiSWeOIiIIglace for Assessor yell not exactly a race now for this vas complet ed when the result of this lust primary was announced and Jim was the lucky man Thougha very bud cripple lioJwillicredlta bly perform the duties of tHe office Every body canmostlreftrri dys Q pport thQ 1 n linrt d Jiiii Woblory Stnrnp ui thtia pIf cle under roosted 1 I f J I isiEs y J r 5 Jt i s t Of t10 1- I S 4 I p t 1 f I 8G Millinery fi fl1 Delights The Creations we are showing C for Ladies SI tH w of all ages will delightthose who are hard J t w to please and who wantsometing thats worthwhile I l I i f J Here are FashQnsa d Y J t It For Fall Wearw t I IaRig- ht J I 1t l from the makers of the Best Millinery ever pro TSs 0 duced See our Pattern Hits Ready towear and f l Trimmed Ilata in nil Shapes and Styles und p = jFomlOO PI ss IMRS J I WILLIAMSLy- i The Clay City Milliner b Ji th oto the Whitest White Cake ff i The Lightest Light Rolls r- And Flakiest Biscuit Ar i lUndc When yonUsotPearl and Bakers Pride Flour jfttr I v Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed v i ttt rMANUFACTURnn BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES4Y Y tr SIdby our Leading Merchants t t f t o r tot+ + oW H1to + Hot o444 1o + + J INCtJRE WITH p 1 t jI= t t WITboof EUHtoru tfentnoky H f i l Tt X a r f i Over 200000000 t I i trRepresented0 eas J T fIi + +whrt knows about know ifEvery one anything Insurance 1 i ttheYlre lenders in this line v F1G3ctH Ho1toot Hoo1+ t1o Ho +Xo + + lo ++ z + YiI J POLKA DOT CANS IERUTIFY Atm rJJ f1i 7 IfflDortonl MmonBdum = 4b == it oW r INI S p Tlr NN ta0 ry w Mw tru g roe = It w r Mluu t rAsmall Invetimcmin paint wide git itlylb the vtlue trid booty c your ftoptnj ud mikct you i good neithbai by makings good neighborhood Oood ore of npeaaButt idknowiedgeNhpure horn the dealer barrel not Iron the rod print ihit It ready o with linseed oU gallon lot i Hon u RflI OCHPAINwe lcolllea cause lor tvcry good reason wr know 13ilep ei son II1Lcfl Tt 1IMKt otI I II Y u- t Ii 1 i af f ltdl CLAP eyKV2 Qrj 1- t 4 r k Vv GEORGE STEPHENS r r lus boom wisely selected by the + Democrats as the tuRn suited for rile office of Jailor of Powell county and the Republicans just- rti wisely has seen fit to give him 1 4 ho opposition He is n Democrat of the right kind a gentleman of theright and will make a Tailor of tile right Like all of his run ttlng mates he is a moral and con manatethe county as Jailor J i IllE TIMES T0 J 1ANALL HOMEMADE PAPER SAyNOY 2 1005 ia LOCAL BREVITIES Attorney 0 F Spencer of I t Winchester was hero Tuesday oii l legal business JI George W McKinney of Win Chester was here two days of tlYlast week on business J Attornies M Ai Phillips and ii t John D Atkinson were in the city Monday and Tuesday Dr and Mrs J W Williams + visited Rev L J Reynolds at Carlisle a few days this week EE West the wellknown hardware drummer was taking J orders from our merchants Fri day Cashier J F Cox returned t from Bowling Green Tuesday J where he is also president of the Bowling Green National Bank i ti Mr and Mrs E A Level who k have been residents of our city for the past few months left yes x terday for Marion W Va where v Mr Lovell has a position as saw rr filer at a good salary i Robert the bright little two ji yearold son of Judge and Mrs o W T Webb was quite ill with membranous croup for several days this week but is much better t we are glad to state at pres en- t41Major J B Blackburn has ta iI token charge of the Stanton Herald and will resume publication of the journal soon after the elect h tion Mr Blackburn is a capa r ble man and should meet with j success in tho venture jWhen it is not raining this is t r the best time in the year to paint as there is no dust flies or nats to bother and soil the appearance rofthe paint when applied If you are going to paint soon now ii weatherI r If you want to always be on time i keep your watch in good repair 7r See Webb1 t A Texas farmer reports the sy production of one pumpkin vine tit eijjjht pumpkins weighing alt together 829 pounds The larg estQneWf3igingone hundred and I t fifteen pounds while the three I smaller ones weighed only four ii teen This is some pumpkin but i there certainly is some farmer in FQ 41pvollwh can equal it If i there is let us hear from you Pattern Hats altered or copied 1 WilliamsViit l 1 r TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAV Take I AXATiyE pROMO QUI J 1 NINE T4blete All druggiRts reo ItI t fund e lf it falls to oure f W GOVpIB signature is oq each h box 2kta I i Ir f I t F2 c I s 11i i J Il i rp i r tf i t tr j JIt if il J i i eref to 1 t I rltI q J A Only five days until the elec thin 0o4o the polls early and vote straight and we are sure you will feel betterSThe snow Tuesday predicted by Asa Martin the wellknowi weather prognosticator of Lox ing ton failed to materialize It seems that these weather forecasters are kinder like other peo pie poor guessers these days Yotiougtit to see those pretty flats at Mrs J W Williams I and at prices to suit every one Ills J W Williams Clay City Ky We have had souls very damp dreary weather this week but not enough to suppress the smiles oil our Democratic candidates faces The air of success is ila grant in their noses they have pictured to their opponent the hand writing on the wall and it is now evident that the battle is won and allover but the slight performance o voting and the shouting Vote the ticket straight A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your lealth becunse indi gestion and constipation have sap ped it away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive or Bans and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaran teed at SwnnnDuy Lumber Cbs store 25c Our line of Fall Millinery is ready for your inspection It is all one could wish Words but poorly des cribes it It should be seen to appreciated Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Pressing the Season Shot gun reports through the thenbuntingpressed by some of the boys who regard their own personal wishes superior to the Inw in the case The law which does not expire until November 15th however is doing some good insomuch that it certainly does the sale of the game except during the sea son and that alone means great protection to the birds A Fearful Fate t It is a fearful fate tohave to en dure the terrible torture of piles I can truthfully say writes Hurry Colson of Masonville la that for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at SwunhDay Lumber Com panys store There is nothing more provoking than art incorect time piece If you have a watchor cloak of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler and silver smiths and let Vila fix it All work guaranteed For SaleFine Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is richriver bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and all nec essary out building Six good sprngsoltlio place convenient to school and etcptentyof timber to keep fence up on the place will grow corn wheat tobacco and ev erything else raised in theState Will be Bold as the whole or divided in two tracts This is a rare bargain For particular call on J E BURGHER Clay City rhelllcksAhpanacfor 1906 The Rev IrL R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 1900 but his Monthly Journal Word and l 1ahditIyill contain storm and weather j it a fr i 0 rforecasts aother astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains tho forecasts from January to June loot The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts horn July to December 1900 The price of this splendid Magazine is one dollar a year See it and you will have it The November and January numbers con taming the Rev Irl R Hicks fore casts for the whole year and more complete than ever can be toad by sendingat once 25 cents to Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo Today is for all we hnow the opportunity and occasion of our lives Of what we are today may depend the success and complete struggleItery moment of today as if our very eternity were dependent on its words and deeds If you do walk crooked you should vote straight Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and through it I lostmy Mother writes E B Reid of Harnony Me For the past five years however on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kinks New Discovery for Consumption which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr Reid hut he learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure it puickest relief and clare for coughs and colds Price 50c and 8100 guaranteed at Swuml Day Lumber Cos store Trial bottle free As most people in this section use wood for fuel it being much cheaper they should see that it is put in tho dry early and allow ed to season as it is burned In this way it will take much less wood take far better fires Out in tliSnow and wet grub ling wood is a very obnoxious job and one that is also expensive Every farmer should have a con venient and roomy shed sufiicien to hold enough wood for the win teriIt need not be an expen sivo structure just so it is well covered and has two sides to keep out the north and west winds which will blow in the rain Seeto it at once that you have the shed and it fitted with wood Any kind of dry wood makes good fires while any kind fo wet wood makes poor fires Mans Unreasonableness is often as great as womans But Thoi S Austin Mgr of the Re publican of Leavetnworth Ind was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to oper ate on his wife for female trouble Instead he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physi cians had failed to relieve her Af ter taking Electric Bitters shoe was perfectly cured and can now per form all her household duties 1 Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co price 60c Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acresone mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out mildings two never falling springs Price 8600 one half cash This Is- I snap that will soon be taken up J E BUROIIBR Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyter mphurch Will be sold at a bur gala M Bailey t Patronise home industry by buying the best flour Snow Flake aid White Rose v A N k I I If J J o Ha I d JJf 9Iv W iC Startling Facts A E BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lea d With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best markets I of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from i Daper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bringon your produce and receive the lest 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 ==I Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Black Creek Lime rl Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Line 55 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Hit aixmeyar Sons Blue Grass LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but fell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant and C- astMILLERII 1 CLAY CITY KY Cnstim work six days in the we Fresh round Bolted Meal iways on haul Grinds for onesixth toll IDeWltt Nurseries r IvIFM PIsl A + i ttt 1- t U 01 J THE Wincheste lalIXCOnVORATED N H WmiERsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of Individ l1alll firms and corporations 848 C R DANIEL CLflY CITY KY Dealer In Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid foi Chick ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry n Clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop Table supplied with the best the marked affoids Everything neat and clef n Rates 150 per day IIXPERIENCE TRADE MAMS- DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a tketeh and description may ascertain oar opinion RB an- InrentonIsDrobably F bI lion trlctlreonBdenttaL HAlTDBOOKonPttenU lent free Oldort timer for eeurtq patent Inteuts taken Mann a eo recelTfl tpcfial notltt without clmma In the Scientific Jfntcrkan A handtometr nhntntad weektr T rnt dr enlatlon of any clentlflo journaL retina U a earl foot monthi Soldbyall iMWidealen coeBnMh O BU irubtaclao D U t I J Afk fr a ilA Painless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs which Should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow Wineof TA 1daI WOMANS RELIEF whenever she suffers from any of womans biting and weakening pains It not only compels the pains to stop but it follows up and drives out the cause of the pains which prevents them from coming Sack It makes you well Try It Sold everywhere in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept Thi Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tean Commissioners Sale Instill Circuit Court Joel lIcKlnncJs bits PIn in tiff against Joel McKinneyu Heirs Defendants r By virtue of a judgment knd or der of sale rendered it the Estill Cir tuft court ut its July term 105 in the above styled cause I will on the 5th duy of November lOOn at the front Or of the Court House in Stanton Ky between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock pm expose at Public Auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months the following de I rito peny to wit c 1ket of tan j iJuwotl enuiK and bounded as ro1 lows Beginning at a stake on the map of division on file in the suit of S DIU1 T J S Vaughn vs k Richard Swope fco in the Cir cuit Court and corner to lot No2 thence N 48JE 75 poles to a stake ut 100 thence S 47AE 3375100 poles to 3 chestnuts ut 0 thence S 48 W 78 poles to a stake at the road thence with the road S 57i W 8 310 poled to the beginning containing 1C acres Also the following boundary Be ginning at a stake corner to lot No 1 on the map of division at A thence N 42E 72 poles to a stake at B thence S47i E 43 47JO poles to a Stake JatG thence S 48l W 73i poles to a stake at the road thence with the road N 34 W 0 poles K 42 1112 810 pole t N54i W 13 polestothe beginning containing 18 acres and being the land sold and conveyed by S D und TT S Vaughn to Tool McKinney These two tracts will be sold us a whole Also the following tract former ly a part of the Anderson Bush farm and adjoining the lands of R T Kennon and containing 9 1011 a cres and lying on the lower side of the Furnace and Clay City road The purchaser will he required to execute bond with approved sf curity for the purchase money pay able to the Commissioner ami bear ing six per cent from dayof sale I until and the force and withallienpurchase money is paid Given u dor my hand this ICth day of October 1005 I RW SI1TJJlIOE CC Virden WalteV Villiams lias rented a farm in Clark and will move at onCP- r 4 WITHOUT A PAIN I writes MaryShelton of Poplar Bluff housework although before taking CARDUI two doctors had done me no good I can truthfully say I was cured by Cardul I want every suffering lady to know of this wonderful medldne G W Evernmn and wife spent Sunday with 0 0 Curtis and family 00 Curtis visited his brother at Pine Ridge Sunday night and Monday Mrs Hody Morehead and Miss Carrie Everman were shopping in Clay City Monday Quarterly meeting was held at Argyle Monday and Tuesday Elder House did the preaching J D Groves and wife of El kin visited G W Curtis and family from Saturday until Mon day- ufsehobholfoned Monday after closed two weeks pii account of theserious illness pf the teachers mother Next Tuesday is the election and the candidates are stirring around Judge Dericksoh was here Tuesday shakin hands with the boys E B Hinds formerly of Ar gyle but now of Lexington vis ited his sisters Mesdames G D Cook and Nnnnie Johnson tho first of the week- Confessed negro repeaters as serted in the Louisville Police Court yesterday that theyJiad beep induced to register falsely by Kenneth U Meguire a Fus n worker Affidavits were intro duced and Mr Meguiro was identified by tho negroes He made a positive denial The jury in the Shelby County Circuit Court Thursday returned a verdict for 10000 damages against Ginn Co of Chicago for alleged violation of contract in selling school books in that county The suit was brought by R A Burton County Schoql Superintendent on the bond of Ginn S Co given in 1001 audit FEELING LIVERISH This Morning 7 TAKE I A nd gentle JaxltlveI i was nl1eeiH y xfirm con = trary to the tern 1fhocontrnct charged higher prices frhools in Shelby county than in the State of Ohio NOTICE Thanking my patrons for their liberal patronage in the past and the many kindnesses extended I will say that the cold weather is close at hand arid owing to my health being bad I will close my gallery very soon Now for a short time I can sell a few very nice frames at very Low Prices and would like to seo I as many of my friends that wants photos for themselves and families as cpn come in before tlio roads are bad and those that have work already finished in the gallery are res pectfully requested to come and pay up and take the work out because I need the money and it is right that I should have it Thanking every body for favors I am AS everi JW HENRY Everythingyin uptodate Dress Goods und at Popular prices Mrs J Williams Clay City Kv PROFESSIONAL CARDS I rana amnurrar ra+rwanranrrara waanmnrn Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up atalrs In the Waldron building where an experienced Practitioner may be found Jay and night prepared to execute all kinds high grade work known to modern Dentistry 0I nd TRADEMARKS promptly obtained tt11 countries or no tee We obtain PATENTS THAT PAYadnrU8elJ1em thoronghly u our eiiwuic ne Send model photo or eketcb for FREE report on pttenlabtlltr to read practice SUR PASSING REFERENCES For free Quklo Book onTrofltable FUcnU write t- oS03S015Seventh treefWASHINGTON D C if You ARE shoo Given Away The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Watterson paper wants to sharp the profits of this prosper Otis year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 820 amounting to SaOOin- nll There will be four general presents of 8100 850 30 and 820 and sixteen presents OH 880 und 120 to bo given in the States of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Miesinsippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Journ al Company Louisville Kjt for u copy of the Weekly CourierJourn al giving full details It will be sent free N Henry lattersons Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Featur of The CourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ATfilACTIOE DEPART MENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER + Mail Rates Dally CourierDurnal yenr rii Dally and Sunday 1 year R Jit y i year 1 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements You can gett THE TIMES And the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL nth ono year for only One DollarTh- isis for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this offer must bo sent through the TIMES office A Democrat I Or if You are not You will want to read j Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Primary Pledge orgunizalion plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all I primaries of thdr party between now and the national cant paign of 1008 It is a practical method for the organization of the party by the rank und file in order that it may prove true to its name and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into the Commoner ojflce by the thousands where they are carefully filed by state county and voting precinct If the same interest manifested in this work during the past four inonlhaia maintained during the nexttwo years the total membership will exceed four million Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription 61 ayear By special arrangements for a short tjme only we offer tho Clay City Times andThcComm er ono y eap both for tsl 10 Address all orders to THIS TIM S Clay City yit I Te Lixt1IQ m TO1s i a j1 I s 4Y M tr H 3 I Y e n A Guaranteedure for Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro truaingPllesDruggistft refund moll ey if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no mdtterofhowlorig standing in 6 to 14 days First ap plication gives ease and rest 50c If your druggist hasnt it send 50c in stamps and it will beorwlrdelIpostpaid byParis Medicine Co SL LouisMo s The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for partIculars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsahd t GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY KILL THE QOUCH MD CURE THE LUNCS KiogsNew FOR CONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG XBOUB LEE or MONEY BAGS Lexington Eastern Ey Effect 22 190S EASTBOUND Nol Stations P in Lv Lexington 225 715 Vlnchester 810 825 II L AETunotion 823 887 I Clay City 850 910 Stanton 400 D23 nosslyn412 928- II Natural Bridge 485 054 II Torrel1tH 440 1008 enttyvill June fit1 1020 0 dt K Junot 0 5 1l26 Ar Jackson 010 1180 WKST BOUND Stations M Noil 1A in LvJackspn225 p25 0 K Junot 3 80 0 29 11 Buattyville June 720rII Torrent 847 747 0 Bridge 401 801 Kos3l 425 822 II Stnnton430 r828 II Clay Oitv 48D 837 11 L Exjunction 608 010 Winchester 520 028- Ar l QX5 10 UP AH trninsdnily except Sundny Trains Nos 8and 4 make connect 1 tlpnat Benttyvillo Jurictionwlth L A Railway for local stations pnLt tt A Kallway and connectat 0tk K Junction for local stations on OKKnlhvay ioland 8coniect at IjE June i tion with 0 A 0 for Jit Sterling t IrRnRRi nRer r irocwe v a O No8P PrlCDI 1AM 867Natural Lexington I 1OnABSCOt1 4 cCr1 1 d i rwO 1 iI oiir rr f 1 0i r t 1 J i1