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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 fa l THE CLAY CITY TIMESc tr i 5d Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves JB Burgher Publisher VOL l0 CLAY OITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1905 N045 An Unfortunate Affair On Sixth avanue Friday after noon in an unfortunate affair Dr Irvin was stabbed in the bask by a negro named ORear ttrrpM Kennon and it was through 1 his protection that violence was J notat once wrought on the nee l gro Mr Kennon hurried with l his prisoner to Stanton and ho was dispatched from there to wound inflict ed on Dr Irvin was severe but not at allserious and he is now going about again r We Flooring Blinds Varandas Fronts the judicious pa rennin sending his son oil to col loge should take care to select an institution that has doc tors and surgeons within raging Plans have accepted by the Lincoln Savings Bank for the erection of a building at Fourth avenue and market street Louisville to be complo- ed within eighteen months The snow is deep and we are partly under but well bloom again Spring II i PITTSBURG VISIBL TYPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT WGHItlE flflDE Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder Uni versal Keyboard Touch Rapid Acti- onPRICE 75IIt Reaches the of Business Unexcelled for and tabulating Scud for catalogue and proposi to dealers Pittsburg Co f PITTSBURO PA SHIMFBSSELS i GlayCityswLeadingStore The store where you have been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the us- ualLARGE STOCK of General Merchandise selling to tho Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable 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 be sold to wake room for our New Fall Stock This is 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 on hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of tho city SHIM rIi5 IitRGbl NG doWinchester KyIManufacture Sash doors Ceiling Weatberboarding Pickets Stairways Shingles and ate Store Nowadays call been twelvestory next Light Demands billing tion Writing Machine GOAds 1 MFG We are Headquarters for BuJldingPperiFelt Roofing FlJotoldRoofiing and Etc N VH st Send ui f Your estimatei Prompt Shipments J J t lr + ci rVv v t Y t t f ffff i v fi c J 1 i r a tau 3 r- r a K 1 ELECTION In Powell Very Quiet Re lSpublican Gains With Blackburn in Easter Runs Ahead of County Ticket But Loses by Republican Majority In Estill fThe returns from the eJecti in Powell are far from satisfac tory We waited until today t get the exact vote and then failed The result as announced soon as the unofficial count was made i gives Albert Easter for Repre sentative a majority of 75 votes George M Derickson for Count Judge22 while Mr Edward Rose for Gounfy Clerk loses in th- race by 14 His home precinct at Clay City gives him the handsome majority of 70 while Der ickson follows with 73 and Easter 09 All the other candidates had no oppositionI consequently are In Estill county Albert Hamil tpn got a majority of 185 over Easter which elects Hamilton b 1sIxtyDD Potts Democrat is elect ed Magistrate in this district Mr Crooks Democrat in the Bowen district but Hardwicks Creek 1and Stanton elects Wm Davis + Republican Mr Davis will bo the first Republican Justice in the county fqr a number of years Bardlyck4preek went Republican by giving Knox 8 majority This is the first time this tijmajority 79 is an increase of 20 Ivotes over last year The entire fusion city tick has won in Clay City by sma majoritiesIp action the present cityI Democratic administration hasI been repudiated with all of tl10or many improvements that the have brought about We wi now wait and see what the new council will do for tho peopl If they can sprinkle the store with gold dollars so let it be Every Democrat 2 on the FuIsion ticket could have just easily been nominated and eleciser ed on the Democratic ticket but they of their own choice preferred a mixup with the cans In this we hope they a satisfied and will go ahead and do their great things for the mu yeWeconcede every election as reported In Clay City at least we never saw a fairer election held here or any where else The Citizens ticket is the choice of the people we will now do much for that ticket as we wool have done for the Democrats ha they won We believe always n majority rule and no contestssI e I The entire Democratic tick elected Montgomery county by a majority ranging from 250 to 350 in Clark the Democrats win by over 900 of course Wolfe and Menefee are solidly Demo craticJhe Republicans won in Estill but they had the hardest fight of their lives 0 VV Friend Democrat however is electsw 7 frtI T I rarc Y- Y 4T I 1 1 I J Kt i County Attorney I The fusionists carried in Breathitt Lexington is Demo cratic by almost 53 to 1 b Democrats carry Louisville 8000 majority Democratic gail are reported in all counties the State except Powell and she will come from this later on It is a fact that as such every countynsee theyoWo are indeed very thankful that as the result is no better its no worse When is Thanksgiving Our almanacs and calendars all tell us that Thursday Nov 23rd is Thanksgiving day but Presi dent Roosevelt has issued a pro clamation which annuls these in structions and says Thursday Nov 30th shall be Thanksgiving day As the Presidents day i the day we have always observed heretofore we are inclined to think he is right and will observer the day he prescibes Kentucky Game Laws FirstIt is u fine of not less than 85 nor more than 825 to kill or have in popession after being killed any partridge or quail ex cept between November 15 an December 31 or any rabbit or squirrel between September 15 and November 15 SecondIt is a fine of from 810 to 825 to buy sell transport or to have in possession to sell or trans EacfeII e fine is from tt25 to tl50 for each offense after the first ofZIJiirdThe Game Warden ras the power to arrest on sight und without vvuriant anyone found violating these laws and may con fiscate and destroy any guns dog game found in possession of such Ilperson person reporting an offender is entitled to receive onehalf of the otoa to that he will pay 810 additional the person reporting the offend if a conviction is IladlEx Hog Killing Industry Waning In many states the old fashion ereis moved to remark It is regrettable to hear that many farmers have ceased to cure their own meat and are depending just like us poor city folks on packing house products Is it possible we are threatened with the calamity of seeing the gcdgo all farmers had their smoke houses and raised and cured their own meat In those blessed days etnodody had heard of the cured 4 I whileyouwait abomination of this age but now it is hard to get the old time luxuries anywhere We should think it a custom Iposesing of once more being able to en bitthd I wS P r t Is properly put up will bring dou ble the price of the packinghouse product among the welltodo in patenty andofNotice to Hunters All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspofs an any lands belonging to the undersigned B B HUTSO Other names will be added to this list for 50 cents each I PROFESSIONAL CARDS I0 IfUIIOIIy11041IIII111fM110100 11 fl1II 1S Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist- S s CLAY CITY I KENTUCKY Offiuj tip eicltu in ilic iVuiiirui tzn In nexperlenudproctltlonermaybefounddeyend hlghgrede work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON itCLOY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEOIrM CLAY CITY KY i Clay City National Bank fCapital 5000000 J Surplus 6000OOJ Crowned with Success gas have been our efforts in they past to provide the most com 2 plete facilities and extend every accmmodntion consistent with conservative management we shall not relax our endeavors to in the forefront of progress IWe solicit the accounts of bus prolUlfleInur customers that all business 2 entrusted to our cure will recd P ourverypmmptestatttntionund Abe handled with all possible care and accuracy ONE DOLLAR will start a savings account on which we pa U interest compounded semi annually Correspondence invited Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky r f I i1 I SPOUT SPRINGy Tames IY McKinney was at Stanton Monday on business The Masritiic Locliie at this place will meet Saturday after iiion Wh t cnrn is selling in this community 5Bbringing two dol lars per har cJt l Elder B S Burgher pf Win chester was her Wednesday on- t business missionIOwing to the inclement weath er but few were out to preach lug at the Baptist church Sun den Moses McKinney camp home from Montgomery county Sun day unit of course staid over to vote Miss Monroe returned to her home at Pilot View Saturday nf ter Several days stay with her brother Luther Monroe near here The election passed off very quietly in this precinct Our candidate for County Judge the Squire John W Tuttle carried it by a majority of nine votes The School Questiont The paramount problem in Kentucky today is the problem of Education and tho supreme educational problem is the prob lem of the rural school the ele mentary country school If the past may be taken as and index to the future we must continue to look to the country as the main source of supply for men who as leaders of thought and action are to be our torckbearers of civili T The conditions most con r ut siiJ to the development of stalwart independent manhood are to be found in the country Over fc urfifti9 of our people live in the country and engage in ag ricultural pursuits When the farmers prosper all the people of autever calling have good times And so everybody should have a vital interest in the intel ligence and thrift of the country Kentucky cannot bO a strong and prosperous Commonwealth with out It strong mid prosperous rural population The public schools next to the home and the church is the a gency to which wo rightly look for the moral as well as the intellectual training of most of the future citizensof the state The public school is already easily the greatest secular unifying force of the nation and it is capable of doing more for the moral and in tellectual training of tho masses than all other agencies comdincd There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the lust few years Was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced itu local dis ease and prescribed local rcmedie mid by constantly failing to cure with local treatmene pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dir ease and therefore requires consti tutionil treatment Hulls jTJatarh Cure manufactured by F J Qhe Hey Co Toledo Ohio is the on ly constitutional cure on the mar ketotis taken internally in doses from 10 drops ton tea spoonful It acts directly on the hlupdand mucous surfaces of the system offer One Hundred Dollars forany casq it fails to cure end for rirou Irs and testimonifils Address F J CHENEY C0 Toledo 0 Sold by Dru g stsk75c Tako Halls Family Pills for constipation SI- a LIST OF CLAIMS Allowed by The Powell Fiscal Courtl AT ITS OCTOBER TERM 1905 Road Claim- sChasFletcherteaihonroad 4 00 Tlios Cooper 1200 Chas Fletcher 200 Chap Fletcher 1 14 QO John Gaylord repairing road plows 2 00- J T Cooper team on road 7 00 Chas Ronndtree same 9 75- J A Roberts nails fgrroad2ci G S Cooper team on road 1 50 Russell Dlountzcc u 1000 J Bi Eaton c 18 00 Tom Ourtistc II 875 ct cc 2 85Luther Martina r D Kerr 11 12 75 II Vivian 1000 G W Curtis work 4 50 G W Curtis rock 150 F P Adams work II fU101 Marion Williiuns same 3 00 ulHenA M Pottst 7 00 wE HaHinII III 700 0 D Cook Ibr 150 Edwin Rose teamII II 2 00 1 N Berry S 00 D II Berry tc 11 II 4 00 Mike King 11 II II f 00 Dud Parkerc tc 4 oci James Anderson same 2 00 It L Patton team on road 1 00 F P Adams 2 00 Smith II c 2 2ii Chas Anderson kII 1875 Chins AndersonII II 0 75 Jeff Martin team 400 Chas Couleett tt tt 7 OQ Geo Coulee 11 II II 1200 Win Stephens II II II 200 G B Coulee 400 J M Kennon fill 11 II 50 00 A J Friend team Ie II 400 O H Mackey 111 400 N T SmithII II II 200 W PNolimI u II 0 00 II R l1orrisII 400 J AV Burton II 0 00 J D Stanhope II 10 1800 John Baler work II II 75 Jno Stanhope II II u 150 iiOIDavisWalter Lowry 2 00 Frank Spry work II II 150 John Kerr I II 2840 II II 2000Walter Lowry Thos Vivion II II 225 2001rhosThos Wood 1 n 00 S D WoodII II 450 Win Vivian II II 4 50- Albert Woo1a u u 700 N S McDonald lumber 45 10 Pea Ililev team on road 400 Morgan McKinnoy same 400 P H Ewen work 7 00 Marion Welch work 7 00 Grover Auderson same 0 00 P II Ewen work 8 00 Marion Welch same 8 00 Wm Neal team on road 2 00 Joe NoalII II II 1 00 Henry Stephens same 11 00 Wm Richardson same 38 00 H T Dorickson samo 1475 Daniel Abnev for lane and moving fence 40 00 J G Wills team on road 400 S D HunII II II 4 00 CIOWII II cc W 800 M F Benningfield same 400- R11 Morton team on road 0 00 W D Crow lumber 1848 Albert Ewon team on road 0 01 Green Ewen 1111 II 3275 R H Judy iI 20 00 Wm Bowen Sr same 10 00 E P Morland same 14 00 Taulbee Bowen work 7 Thos Hnttonh 75 Thos Ponder Jr 80 R0 Baker nails 100 W Morton team and nails 1000 TfC Hall team on rind i 7 00 M O Doniell H 4 00 W 11 Bowen Sr same 10 50 A Ewen repairing plows 4 00 James Sons toani on road 2 00 David Howell Qau1e 2 00 Asa Bowen team on road 4 00 Elbert Faulkner samer 500 Grant Sony team on road 700 T 0 Hall nails and etCv 2 Weed Bowen team on road 400- 1N Buchanan same1 Y 2 00 Baker Skidmore material 11 00 A T Knox team on road 400 S Ot Barnard same 2200 D P1 Berry r1ter 050 JTv Berry U 400 Bob Bell v A u 400 S7t r t I tif fiatori limber 735 iLewis Mast in team on road 3 00 Luther Martin t I 2225 Marion Curtis 2100 W E Hellin i i 275 Bud Bush l20QT M Welch 800 A E Barnett tC Son team 2 75 R 0 Hall team on road 13 00 Henry JTaulkner work 10 50 James French TPQ N OICIf ItenrfJO L S Grow lumber 30 00 Geo Grow team gn road 1100 JF LadsIe It 400 Medical Claims Dr J W Wmihnls5Q 00 M Faulkner 25 25 A TKnox 15 00 1 T rs 15 00 J E Lentmuig12 75 1 T 8 59 A M 7 25 A M Swarigo 0 00 J W Williams a 100 J E Lemming r 42 50 I 1121uDC D Manslieid 3425 J U Kaiser 80 00 Pauper ClaIms John Frazlera 2000 Rachel McPherson 1500 G M Derieksqn help for Geo Hampton 1000- J W Stokely care of pr fm 70 U7 niscellaneous Claims T C Uallburial clothes 2 Co D F Berry burial expenses 12 00 D It Daniel material lor County Farm 11 80 D K Ul1l1 el Cbmr loor Farm 25 00 Hurdwick tC Co material for Jail 4175- Vm Tmvnsend holding in and house rent 2 00 Win Towiisend acting judge 1 50 A J Friend 1500 Klic Walters care of feeble- minded person 15 00 Emma Lyle stationery and nflidaviu 27 55 W G Fraziercpul and stnry 25 00 G M Derickson Co Judge 250 00 J D Atkinson Co Atty 250 00 11 A Phillips exam ourtJ CO J Dehart making coffin 15 00 F P Tracy Co Supt12408O- Ucd Traoy suppo t4 25 00 lG Powell summoning witnesses 2 GO J W Rogers waiting oil Hayy Sparks 46 00 F B Rogers wailing on IFriend t 2 00 James llolman collin 500 JE Burgher printing claims 27 50 1vi Webb holdingiiiquesi UOO It A Irvine same GOO Clarence Atkinson taking evidence 5 00 Y C Bowen Juilor297 40 M E Law hoube runs 12 00 W G Frazier County Clerk 120 40 A M Swango member of Fi cll Court f 00 D D Potts sumo 9 00 Wm Townsend slime J 00 Thus Boone waiting on court j00 Weed Patton summoning witnesses 2 GO Thos Boone telegrams 2 10 A Shame Which Must be Righted What have the Democrats of Powellcounty done They have elected u Republican County Clerk the Republicans didnt do it they couldnt do itfor they are not in the county to do it We dont blame tlie Republicans but admire them all the morel Such poor Democrats that will knife a candidate just because they are not exactly satisfied are to be pitiedNo justifiable excuse have we yet heard of for their action There was not a butter man or1 a better Democrat on the ticket and there never was heretofore His defeat is a diagraqo to the party in the panty for he Is worthy of any oflicejih the county and there to bo singled out and beaten by his own party is a low down shn1noI Amends should be niade to Mr Rose four years Itencfe by giving him tho best 6liiciQ in the county if ho wants it The pemocratiQ party of 1owelLcertliiltlyowes a vindication toMr 1 oso and itJ Dust bo rbnderecTatitlie ear4iest possible oIo I i 3 r t ct + J cL i A rl1 k- I G iFJXII t t = 01J l tmt WINTER f3- r l is the unman who comes here early andsecuressJ iJ 4one of these Snug Stylish IIandsonne iiJacketii3 dC nmde of ICersoy Melton Thibet and other good t g stuffs and with or without c611 i80thcr esAtl Sizes Suitable fore all ages and all j Twonderful Values at the Spcinlpdc swe quote on them J j 1 ft- I r r 1 I Dont For et About I 1 Coming arteI f g fit r t IMRSaW WILLIAMS = The Clay City MillinerI i W r the Whitest White Cake id The Lightest Light Rolls r I And Flakiest Biscuit rI Arc jVXntloWlieu You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride lop10 f Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed o1Ii p ii MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES M ftj f f Sold byour Leading Merchants w t 7 IJ I otH+ot ++ + + fo rsx + t + tlo+ + s + 40 1 INSTJKE VI1II + + t Ji FJ YON c SON iN ThoLcitdiugInMnrnnce Agoutis iJ 1 Iif- t uC JEuHtorw iContuclcy Iftl Over 200000000 irs- r j r 01otEvery one who knows anything about 4nsurance know i Jh 0 + they are lenders in this line ole t d H + + t1o wr + rH+SAs F1 r+ +3 ++ti3 + i f1o sr++q cf d POLPtA DOT CANS qUTzYoUoM J1 g Nr Important UW M1WIirnwMm =WWMww411aWW em M t11O4M r+ A rmaaJnrcttment In ptintaddt pertly to thevatue n4 of our end make you I tood ail hbot by making a good neighborhood Goodptinunf u one ol npenscBunberJfiMrr a SSI Thec ionemndnnoblereasonwhysunioneveryhonrnpuimerwinacknowtedp feC11 lure to gtt to pure Iron the dealer barrel not from fhernd mned paini can TbcPlin than tttiy with linseed oil gallon for piton 11 K1NLOCH PAINT a we rCIO lcod linK lot eetre good raton we know f i B Littletiage Sipl ilMLOCH rAi ir COMPANY t- e 7 CLAYjCITV Ky r tit 1 d THE TIMEf tlf t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I 4 tiTHURSDAY NOVO 1005 i i 1 LOGIC BREVITIES f J N i Elder B S Burgher is up from Winchester f f NoahRose came down from J Jackson to vote f Prepare for colder weather which is soon coming Election day was prettier than the action of Powell county Dem ocrats I Merchant W G Patrick was T f business over from Kimbrell Friday on Welch aJeadingcitizet IJames county was down from Stanton yesterdayi Mr and Mrs H 0 Warmouth are visiting Ed Warmouth and t wife sit Vienna H D Ourry of Myers is visiting his mother Mrs Curry and other relatives in the city Benny McKinney of Kucker yule was here Saturday after lumber for building purposes John Derickson of Pryse Lee county is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J B Derickson John Burgess of Mexico Mo sends us one dollar on subscrip lion to the TIMES and Couriers Journal i The monthly report of the Clay ICity Graded School is very en couraging to the School Boad und patrons Such crooked voting as the Democrats did in this county Tuesday will never straighten the party I If you owe anything to the li bridge fundpay the same at once as the Council is anxious to got this matter closed up f Republiino caSler a in that place four years from uowR W Smith Muster Commis to sioner of the Estill Circuit Court kSwas here Monday He was also lrl and sold three pieces r f of land ii If you want to always be on time t keep your watch in good repair See Webb t Thomas Ogden Sr of Stanton who recently sold out there has a rented property at West Bend where he will shortly move and engage in the mercantile busi tress by the first of the years 4 Pattern Hats altered or copied I while wait at Mrs Williams t ti MillineryStore Clay City Ky News to Us A fine vein of natural cement J has been discovered near Stan Sn ton Powell county which is said to be of the finest quality Then n field covers between fifty and sevent five acres and lies only R six inches under the surface In It thickness the cement averages feetExchange7J have neyerJ Ai TO CURE A COLD INn ONE DAY k i Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI i NINE Tablets All druggists re- IfundtheI money Hit to cure otfsg1 urei on earl 1 tiofjKIDfHnl ti f J i J f J II e- W r t =cc Rev OB Crockett of Ken tucky Wesleyan College filled the stand at the Methodist church Sunday morning in the absence of Pastor PrentJBs Mrs J M Rail of Grain Valley Mo is one of the many too recentlysend us a new subsqrip lion As the paper improves s does our list of subscribers David Davis who lives near Powells Valley church had a child to get scalded quite severe ly and for a time it was feared it couldnot live but it is now much better You ought to see those pretty Hot at Mrs J W Williams and at prices to suit everyone Mrs J W WilliamsClay Ky Easter is the r nningestman that ever hit the track in Pow ell county The trouble is Pow ells track is too short and Estills is rougher than her hard frozen mud roads in January A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health becuase indigestion and constipation have sap ped it away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaran teed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 2c Our line of Fall Millinery is ready for your inspection It is all one could wish Words but poorly des tribes it It should be seen to appreciated Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky List of Claims Elsewhere in this issue see list of county claims allowed by the Powell Fiscal Court at its Qctoo jer term 1005 This really should have been published earlier but our space has been crowded with other advertising matter until this week A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have 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 25e at SwannDay Lumber Com panys stor- eAnother Oregon congressman has been sentenced to jail Oregon seems likely to be more prom inently represented in the penitentiary than it is in congress There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jeweler and silver smith and let him fix it All work guaranteed For Salofln8 Farm of235 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 buildings She good springs on the place convenient to school and etc plenty of timber tokep fence up on the place iwiilg- roW corn wheat tobacco and cv erythingelsE raised in the State Will be sold as the whole or divided in two tracts This is a rare bargain For particular call on J E BURGHER Clay City The Almanac 1906 The Rev Irl Ro Hicks Almanac will not published fot 1906 but his Journal V and WorksfIas been changed into a largeynndcostly Magazjnecand it- will contain his storm and l weatliers 1- tl i forecasts and other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecasts from January to June 1905 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December 1900 The I1rice 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 moree complete than ever can be had by sendingat once 25 cents to Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St LouIs Mo Rowdy and Collegian are fastbecoming synonymous names It required fifteen policemen to quellan outbreak of Yale stu dents last week and they terror ized the town for two hours cap turing trolley cars and driving women into hysterics The acts wouldIRemoval Notice On or before November 15th Dr Bertram Smith the Dentist will move his office to the fine room up stairs in the Central lJo tel annex next door to the ex change on main street in order to get better light and will fit upthe most complete Dental Of fice in Eastern Kentucky This announcement that eight teen women and bank cashiers in Iowa is a little surprising We supposed they would rather be tellers Alimony for the husband is the decree ofa Cincinnati judge The law always works around to ward justice sooner or later Son st 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 but he learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure it uickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50o and 8100 guaranteedat SwannDay Lumber 3os store Trial bottle free Litile things please little minds Mans Unreasonableness is often as great as womans But Thos S Austin Mgr of the Re publican of Leavenworth Ind was not unreasonable wheh ho re fused to allow the doctors to operate on bis 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 physicians had failed to relieve her Af tel taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her household duties guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co price SOc Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and outbuildings two never failing springs Price 000 one half cash This is asnap that will soon bo takn u- p3E BunaiiKit Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbyterian church Will be sold at a bar gain M Bailey Patronize a horn industry by buying the best i flour Snow Flake White Rosei F 1 and t 4 1Yi d e Startling Facts I A E BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Le ad With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith 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 wonder how we got them Everything from i uaper of Pins to a Wedding 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 Tanhark and Ties and arc 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 m L Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY 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 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Mil eixmeyer Sons Blue Grass LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fill of 1005 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs eto We employ no Agents but fell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant an J Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KYI Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on kanJ Grinds for ono sixth toll I iiwias Nurseries Salve t ter t ITIIE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIEKSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 348 r Ca R DANIEL CLVf CITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fox Chick ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop t Table supplied with the best the marker affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 150 per day IIXPEftlENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac lendlnll ft ketch and description nap quickly ascertain our opinion free whether au le mmunle- anontrlotlyeontldanttaJ HRNa6YQIonPatent- Sent free Oldelt aecurlDlr patent ratenta taken through Sinn trCarecetre notlu without charge In the Scientific Jlnttrl an- A handsomely weekly T reeit tit eutatlon ot ctenUlio ournal Term 3 e ear font 8raDt newdealereCoy r 1 NflNFJL PERIODS t Life often seems too long to the woman who suf fers from painful periods The eternal bearing bl down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness m dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take I If loeofJdlll I 1 Womans Relief It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en 1 riches the blood strengthens the constitution and m permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer fe It is matchless marvelous reliable w At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER fre and frankly In strictest confi denetelingusaUyoursymptomsantitroubles plain sealed envelope Address Ladles Advisory DeptThe Chattanooga Aet dne Go Chattanooga Tenn Kimbrell Corn is selling hero at 200 per barrel t Ben Moubley is buying geepi and has over one hundred in his poultry yards C H Withers sold to 1 N Orsborne 4 two year old heifers at 1750 her head II T Wills has bought a farm in Clark county of Mr Niblacl for 10000 and will move there soon Died at the residence of her cOu l Dfln Duggins last Satur IdayfcsJice King Aged 18 years t Burihllltiay Everett Burton and cousin Miss Eliza Harris of Blooming dale visited relatives hero llrs of the week John Harris and Niece Miss Eliza Harris went to college Hill lust Monday to visit Irvine Burton and other relatives Died last Sunday Mrs W F McIntosh after being blind and almost helpless for about one year Shu was luid to rest in the family burial ground We ask Gods consoling blessing on the husband and children Vaughns Mill Mr and Mrs Sam Wells visit ed Wm Ware and wife Sunday Mrs John McKinney has been quite sick for the past week with tonsilitisMr Stevens of Okla homa is here visiting his sister Mrs Henry Ware Mrs Fletcher Barnett and son Master Clifton of Clay City visited here last week Mr and Mrs Bert Barnett and Mr and Mrs Charlie Bush visit 01 Melvin Graven and family SundayLittle j Lolia Baber has been very low with malaria fever for several days and her recovery is doubtfulMr Mrs Elder Crow visited the latters brother Joe Burgher at Waco last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Lounio Crow of i Clay City visited the latters mother Mrs John McKinney last Sunday Mr JR Skidmpre who has been a sufferer of rheumatism for I several sears still continues about the mime I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle m vlcw N C at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than I have been for a long time Mr Frank Skidmoro and sis ter Mrs Irntliro Ottilias visited their brother John Skidniore on Little Creek from Sunday until Wednesday of last week Tin brothers had not seen each other for 21 years The sister wns lien last summer for the first time in years Sirs Oulliiis is from Lakeland and is a nurse there in the asy tutu Mr Skidmore is from Trim ble county is a great church worker at that plnce has been a deacon in the Baptist church there 25 years He says he if coming here again next summer May God bless Mr Skidniore in his good work there and else where We would like to meet with many more suchmen everyday The Ladies Christian Aid Socie ty desires to take in little jobs o f work suphas pluin sewing quilt ing mending Cleaning and press ing suits of clothes and viirjoii things too numerous to mention ut I very reasonable prices Package and orders will be taken care of at Mrs Searcys 0 For Sale Fresh grown ginseng seed at reasonable prices 1 W MIZK Vaughns Mill Ky For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result o modern discoveries in medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffectsYou depepd upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to rellevo and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act ion on the nerves almost instantly ro lieve such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarSickness Indigestion Trrl lability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering in their use you do away with- the I cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are guar- anteedI that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk Drtlleshavhade ache caused catarrh until six yean ago I began taking AntiPain rillstho remedy that ever gave mo relief I have not hoc one hard attack because I take a Pill OEAUNDEn9I FREE TrtPackage RemedyforSpecialist will diagnose your case tell ItFreeLABORATORIES BLKHABT IND f NOTICE Thanking my patrons for their liberal patronage in tho past nnd the many kindnesses extended I will say that the cold weather is close at hand and 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 see as many of my friends that wants photos for tlieirselvds and families as can come in before the roads are bad and those that have work already finished in the gallery are respectfully requested to come and pay up and tRim the work out because I need the money and it is right that I should have it Thanking every body for favors I nm as ever J W HENRY 0 Everything In uptodate Dress Goods und at Popular prices Mrs J Williams Clay City Kv FEELING LIVERISH this Morning TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer u prolllPt11 obrdncd IA- alteountrteaornoPie We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY adertllethernthorousniyaeour- etpeoo Sad nelp 7ua to MaVee Send model photo or sketch tr E report on patentability to yearf practice SURPASSING REFERENCES For freo Quids Book on Profitable l steno writ to B03SOS Seventh StreetWASHINGTON DC If YouARE h r I 600 Olven Away The Weekly Courier 0 Jourria Henry W ttersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents rnngirjp from 100 to 820 amounting to 8600 jn oil There will be four general presents ot 8100 850 830 and 820 andsixteen presents os 830 and 20 to be given in the states of Ken tacky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia und Alabama Tho plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Journ al Company Louisville Ky for a copyof the Weekly Courlcr Journal giving full details It will be sent free Henry lattersons Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Featur of The CourierJournal Daring 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ATTRACTIOE DEPART MENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMail Daily Courierournal 1 year 6 Daily and Sunday 1 year jjity t year 1 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements it THEYOUTiMES And the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL Both ono year Tor only One DollarTh- isis for cajh subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must sent through the TIMES otlice irnoorflOr if You are not Youwill want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 Tho Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge organization plan This plan provides for Democrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their party between now and the national campaign of HJOf It is a practical method for the organization of the by the rank and file in order that it may timefpeople in the establishment of reform A tion willeonvineeyou that the Commoner hns hit upon n method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges ore pouring into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are easefully filed by state coon ty and voting precinct If the same interest manifested In thlR work during the past four months is maintained during the next two years the total membership will exceed four million Democratic Voters laycltrByClay City lmesandTbe Commol one sear botlrfor1 10 o Address all orders to TIII3TIMB Clay City Ky q A Uuare teed Cure forPIIes s Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro trading Piles Druggists reftind mon r ey jf PAZO OIN1IM Wl foils to cure any case no matterof how long i standing in 6 to 14 days Firs ap plication gives ease nnd rest f0c If your druggist hasnt it send 50a in stamps and it will bo forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Ca- St Louis Mo The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made WriteHodoy for particulars We also handle a full lino of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY KILLTHECOUCHA IWITH Dr Kings INew Discovery I I FOR GONSUi1PTIOt Nu2 m I Price 60c100Free 1 ITHROAT 1EffectIEARTDOUND No4 A1Lv Lexington S2i j 15 Winchester 310 85 i II L AE Junction 323 88j + Clay City 800 h13 II Stanton 400 f23- II Kosalyn 412 a28 II Natural Ilriug485 951- I Torrent 441 10Q I BeattyvilleJunc 014l 1011- II O L Junot 0 fi 1120 Ar Jackson 010 1130 WEST BOUND I Stations NSI8 P M A m Lv Jackson 221 O O 0 K Junct 2 30 0 20 1 4 7 26 1 Torrent 847 7I7 II Natural Bridge 401 801 4 Uosslyn d 425 822 Stanton 480 82R t pltiv Oitv 430 837 II O10 Winchester 20P i3 ArLexington 00r 10 111 AU trains daily oxcppt Sunday Traitisos8 and4nmko connect tipn at Bcattyvillo Junction with L i A Railway for locus stations on L A llaihvay and connect ut0 K Junction for local stations pn0 Railway No 1 and 8 connect at rEtion with Od 0 forMt Sterling t JR lUnn Gen Manager Cure a CoW in Day Trial No1t BeattyvilleJlinc880 LEJunctiontlO8 trJunee ii To One C IGeflYnss TwoDJryi 1 A ITice Laxative Brmo Qtinineiballsas o tv t ISSVSN 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