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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1r Ii f ItT i THE J CLAY CITY TIMES10 Jt 0pS 50 Cents a Year in Advance I We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOT JO GLAYOITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 61905 NO 46 Farmer Mayor Clay Qityj possibly is f ho on Fry 1 1 11fllrmerDaniel Olny Citys chief oxecu Live has no occupation other that farming Ho owns a good faint just beyond the city limits s and contents himself by humbly tilling the soil Though he has citylc city at heart and as much so ins fact as any other resident of the otfiI rea elected Flooring Etc 1Gentackyas a Corn Growing State Tho crop of the Bureau of Statistics ptiteth average of corn per hero in Ken at 297 bushels for IflOS as compared with 2f9 lust year I and 200 as the average for the averageforis 288 and for the past tehyears 249 Kentucky appears above the average as a State The highest average in any State this year was 407 bushels for In diana the lowest 100 bushels for I It PITTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINE MADE Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder Universal Keyboard Touch Rapid Acti- onPRICE It Reaches the Demands of Unexcelled for billing and tabulating Send for eatuloguu and proposi tion to dealers t Pittsburg Co pirrsuuRa PA SHIMFESSEL I Leading The store where you have been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most resnlts is still in the field with the usual LARGE STOCK of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the p Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars ina Little While Seasonable At Cost Am now closing out AT COST u line of nice Summer Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Fall Stock This iea chance for you if you need any of these goodsj School Bookss I Full Lino of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always nn hand ITelephone 38 Goods delivered toall parts of the city S SHIMFESSBLS I fl MrG CoRflbIAN Ky i 4J WeMapufactUr Sash doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Var ndas Pickets Stairways Shingieeand tStoreFronts stirl1atng board tucky corngrowing South Carolina Light Buslnesst Writing Machine IL ClayCitys Store Satisfactory rI GOAds Dress Winchester We areHeadquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofingtand iEtc fe Jrrlt Send us Your estimates 1 r h7 ci+ rrompt Shipments iIr 1 i i f t1 s 1 NO CERTIFICATE Accompanies the Ballot Box So Vol In the City Election Has Notand Cannot Be Counted by Commission SUIT TO COMPEl THE COUNT When tho county election commission which is composed of T B Ware Roscoe Hall and She r iff Thos Boone went to count the vote of Clay City in the municipal election it was discovered that no certificate accompanied the ballot box and as it was there was nothing to show that the had ever been an election held Under the condition of the cir cumstances and the law in tho case the ballot box could not be madetcandidates have brought suit to compel the officers to open the box and make the count and give them a certificate of election so they can b sworn in January 1 To us seems that their request and the real mandate of tho law in th case is quote different and th they are up against it with no gal election held If such is th ruling of tho court the present council and officers will hold owe untilanother election is held Tho matter cannot now be brought up untl the March term 6f Oir Coifrt so the prm councilwmlud oorU anyway It seems that a lot of powder has been prematurely burned in Olay City o A Oood Country Huvnt you noticed the large loads of big corn coning into town the last few days No bet ter corn is grown anywhere thia is now being delivered in the city and sold at 2 50 per barrel You see we have not only got a fine corn country but we have a fine corn market too as 2 GO pe biirrel is 50 cents better than a t neighboring towns Remember too that this fuio corn is raised on land that sellsfor from 10 to 20 per acre What better could farmers want fheymny wan a better situation n udmay span a lifetime and a fortune in search of one but the farmer of moderate means will never find a spot on earth where he can invest his money in land and make as big per cent as in the country sur rOjUndiilg Clay City Season Opened The bird law expired yesterday and you can now lawfully shoot and kill all kinds of game until Jan 1 1000 From many india cations tho law has not been enforced but the raid on game has been going on just the same but of course not to such a devastate ing extent as would have bee tho case had no law been passed It is a pity that tho greedy hunt ers can not bo kept still till tb expires so those who oliaerv- he law can laic as fait sh wingt nt the game as those who a disregard for the law but such is he case dad always has been so we must content ourselves in hunting the slim game when tha permits t 1 l1 Wr o r i 1 i y 1ft Dog Legislation- I Boyle county farmers have tak en up the question of sheep kill eins dogs and will ask the next Legislature to enacT a law that will probably give some relief A bill has not been drafted bu the main points to bo asked of the Legislature a law requiring each owner of a dog to pay a specified tax with each county as a unit The money is to be held by tho county trearurer and disbursed by him to the farmers who salts losses from dogs The fund thus acquired is to be known as the sheepkilling dog fund Tho tax upon each dog will likely be place ed at spmething like 5 and in course of a few years a sufficient sum ought to be gathered to meet all emergencies or on the other hand there will occur a big slaughtering of canines Winchester Democrat 0 Now in Jail ORear the negro who Dr Irvin on the streets in int ickson at Stanton Friday and was thetsum jaileas convenes next week he is good for a freer trip to Frankfort soon License ExpiresI Matt Coulees saloon license nnnAfter that dote Clay City will be a dry town j provided of course the blind tigers are kept down and we have confidence in ou officers to believe that they will make a strong endeavor to do this ItAUlass Factory Col Jack Chinn tins struck it rich as his land holdings have been found to contain largequan tities of mineral substances that rare used in making glass Mr Chinn has organized a company willrinstall a large glass plant on the Kentucky river atMundys Lund ing Woodford county dMARRIAGES Married at the residence of Thomas Hardy in Powell county Nov 0 IflOo Mr John Hardy of Little Hardwicks Greek to Miss Sarilda Neal daughter of I 0 Neal near Clay Oily May love joy and peace be with the young couple through their married life is the wish of tlieir friend Cer emony performed by Elder Al- Bert EasterIUnion miners on a strike at Sturgis Ky induced a carload of laborers imported from St Louis to return home without trouble nThe ballot true enough needs reforming but the voter seems to need it wjjrse I rhoecamp seems to plenty of them You ought to see those pretty Hats at Mrs J W Williams and at prices to suit every one MIB J W Williams I Clay City Ky w t++ +e k r r Money may be a bother but we should make tho best of our both orations readyfor destpredated Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Notice to Hunters All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspacs on any lands belnng ingto the undersignedB Other names will be added to this list for 50 rents cocks i PROFESSIONAL CAlms u u Dr Bertram Smith DentistsI i 3 001 founjdnynllnigh grade work known to modern UcntUiry A IRVIN M D IPHYtIOIAN AND SURGEON IOLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON JOLY OITV KY B R SMITH M D F PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ICLAY CITY KY rclay City- National Bank iSurplus i Crowned with Success as have been our efforts in they past to provide the most corn0 plete facilities and extend every accmmodation consistent u ltbe conservative management we S shell nut relax our endeavor to 2 keep in the forefront of progress 2 2 We solicit the accounts of business men generally and promise dour customers thnt all business J entrusted to our core will receive J our very promptest alt ntionandj Abe handled with all possible care and accuracy J ONE DOLLAR will start n i savings account on which we pays 0cfo interest compoundedsemi annually Correspondence invited Clay City National Bank Clay CUyKy I- eeoeofeeeeeo s oF SPOUT SPRING As usual the hunters in our community are very Bunter tons 1 N Osborne of Pilot View wits here last week buying stock i cattleJoe Cosby has moved from near this place to a farm on Hnrdwicks Creek Zade Hodgkin of Clark County last week bought several head of cattle from different persons in this community If vou have some broom cflrn- whicityqu wish to have made in to brooms bring the shine to the factory at this spree It will be worked up for you on very liber al terms Preaching at the Methodist church near here Saturday night Sunday morning hud Sunday night by Pastor Prentiss Let a good crowd come out to hear llinlri Dudley Hall a former resi dent of this community has moved from Montgomery county where he has resided for thtt past two years to the farm of June Walters near this placeElder George W McIntosh one of our leading farmers raises this year for market some thing tilde one hundred bushels of Irish potatoes and a lot of other vegetables besides While this is merely a side line Mr McIntosh finds it a very profit able business and encounters but little trouble in disposing of all the truck he raises on the home market ModernJodaslscarlou a F l rtmOctobernur tbe of ther Christian Safeguard which comes to our table we find a strong ar tide vvittqn by Ruskin onuThe Power of Money To get rich Judas betrayed Christ and when he found that Christ would be killed lie threw away his money and hanged himself The article leads up to the question of how many of our present moneyget ters who betray Christ by robbing the Trent trusts they hold will have the grace to hang them selves Dumb Animals Peat is a substance that prom ises to rival coal in time use of firing locomotives at least in the East where it is very plentiful It shakes a very hot fire is cheaper than coal and is practically a smokeless fuel tKansas corn crop is estimated at 250000000 bushels valued at 5000000 There is more Catarrh in this see tipn pf 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 it n local dis ease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatmene pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dill ease and therefere requires donut tutional treatment Halls Catarh Cheneyly constitutional cure on the mar ket Jt is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mu cous surface of the system They offer One Hundred Dollars for any ease it falls to cure Send for cirou Irs and testimonials Address K J CHENEY IJt CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con 8t1nA tOn 1LitjiIt 1 4t OTHhrPUBLISHED EVERQTIIUUSDAt p J E Burgher Publisher Sobscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 tents Entered as secondclass moil niter Thursday November 1C 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 41 Louisville Commercial 75 41 Home and Farm 75 Lets Turn to Business We jire indeed glad that the election is over that we may de vote more of our time and atten tion to real business At best politics is a bad business and is always attended by niore or less unscrupulous suffrage traffic Let us nil now turn to business and recuperate our losses that we may be ready for the battle again next year In business a Demo crat looks no better to us than a Republican in business our po litical foe is our best friend in business we know no politics Our best social friends and closest business colleagues are fre quently our strongest political enemies Yet the same is al ways maintained on our part in the best humor and kindest friendship Let peace dwell ev er with us regardless of the strained political situation that njay occasionally confront us Value of Education The average educated man gets a salary of 1000 a ear He works forty years making a total of 40jOOO in lifetime The average day laborer 150 a day 800 days in a year or450ayear In forty years ho earns 18000 The difference or 22000 equals the value of an education To acquire this earning capacity requires twelve years at schools of 180 days each or 2100 days Di vide 22000 by 2100 and it is found that each day at school is worth a little more than 10 to the pupil Wants Something Better H Clay McKee yvho was de feated for County Attorney in Montgomery county last week has just learned that the place was too small for him any way and will be a Republican candidate for Congress in this district He will get no better satisfaction in this race than he did in the race for County Attorney A physician can not prescribe and furnish to the patients whis key or alcohol not mixed with drugs unless he has a revunue license even though the whiskey or alcohol is to be used fpr medicine only says Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes The Constitutional Amend ment is lost Is wall defeated by the party that has been howling fraud and corruption ever since the new method of voting has been passed It J8 straru ethey want this corruptiligand fraudu lent methodretatnec1 An inheritance tax law will it is said bee feature of the meas ure to be presented to the Gen ernl Assemble by the Senate Cpmnitteon Rbyehuerandlaxa vr ri l j 21Lrlitl T- f Missouri authorities nptjfy Nlfli dials of the New York Life Insure ance Co that they must either restore the 1 S500gyento pany campaign funds or withdraw from doing business in that state If half of the current rumor is true the result of Tuesdays election in Powell cohntytwas caused by the work of soreheads and political traitors The brewers told the Presi dent fliat beer was sobering trie nation There are many earn est advocates of that sort of temperance o Workers Needed The following interview in the Courier Journal with the manager of an employment agency shows the tendency of those seeking wbtk to turndown good places in thecoun- try for harder and inferior ones that liavethe sole recommendation of being in the city- hHenogmphers bank dorks and professional or semiprofessional men of ever kind area glut on the markbt but the honest and reliable roan who works and is willing to take work on a farm cannot he fOUllrsa the manager of a local employment agency He has been conducting an enployinerit bureau in Louisville for fortylive years and is not at all pleased with the pres eat conditionsAny and wellmeaning man or woman race color find breeding notwithstanding paid hi who comes to me and asks for work can get it It may not be at as high a wage as they expect but it will be honest and respectable No one with good references will be refused I send away many people every day because they cannot sub stantiate the character they prJf ito haVeJbUtI Lave had np li Attone frlr godaQd leliublo m orfiiiy books for monthsand cannot fill J themEveryonenowhdays is looking for an easy berVh I a place where they can get their money and get it with the minimum of labor In preference to u place on u farm where the surroundings are health ful many men will take work in groceries in tact 1h places where they are not us well off by any means as in a place on a farm Altogether unfit for commanding they refuse to accept subordinue ones ForPaintTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pkin 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 of modern discoveries In medicine mating It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffectfli You can safely depend upon Dr Mlles AntIPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia IJeadache Stomachache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc Thor wIn also by their calming action on the nerves almost Instantly re lieve such distressing f 5cllnffs aa1 Diz ziness Car Clckness Indigestion IrrN tablllty Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely curvbecauEO by perso verlnjgr in their use you do away with the cause Dr Mlles AnUrPaln Fill weguiir1 anteed that first package will benefit or your money bac Never sold In bulk DrMllesIhav8h1dache caused by catarrh until six years PIUstheme rellef Slnce then I have not had one hard attackecauoItake a Pill overdotpeathedIMculty0POSAUNDEItS write tou for Free Trial AntiILADoEATOmEsTINDt 4J 4 i- l 1 t JMx L i1r 1r a lJl asX- t7 1 IOJ T I f i y j ff 1 1FIXb t t yama i L Fosvh 9iWf 1 r f s the woman whip comes here earlyand Hecures one of these Sting Stylish Hand onife Jackets ct 1 made of Kersey Melton Thibet arid other good etufls10andwith or without collars Other Ilt esAII SiziS Suitable for nil ages andnil f h lonI n fII J 1f t l r- Do h J M c itnf Forget About t L mi iJJl Carlye rv- a II IJ 1 4 h 1 7 1 xf MRS JsWs WILLIAMS t L The Clay City Milliners ait s w f h Thfc Whitest Wh ite Cake v r The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit v f Are Mettle When You TJwts Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY- Sold l J A by our Leading Merchants i ++ Jo ++dMk4+++ + + 2 ++ Mo+ 4 JTlNe4UHia WITH f+ aF A LYON SONito j TLe IllHIIIIIIICO utty ce1 j t l Over OQUOt I Represented j i Everyone who known anything about insurance knowkt they are f enders in this line e f ++ + + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + U +KtNHo ++++ ++ 4r POLKA DOT CANS Yew 6E ZuilfNrha o =rwryyl DWM t hlw 1 =Idt rwa w rw r fAsmallinlesunent in penadds ictily to the voce ind bci qr of your pro0sny sad lD hbot by making iwlibborhood Good MM ol MICMI ind b jreturn in improved lue s 111 a Mviaf oat M eipeneJolwhtayo psiatbuyemir 1 I ickaooledgilrheOittram the dealers btrrcl oat Iron the read mi MIM nn The 1 tax U MU1rsadwsntamsusdItis R LittleP8ge M Soil J trI 1l k A 4 j t i 1 11 3r SrM Js n K rAVcrrv Kv GI 1 M 4 rI i i C1 1 bJ 1 11or tt lllYlJLwJMr tf tlr l I t toTrALL HOMEMADE PAPER i w IV THURSDAY NOV 10 1905 =0 BREVITJESf Statikt f iQuurterlyCCUrt vas in session t ti i t s When yougOout hunting be Y careful to not treadon posted Mildlpi J v G T Centers of Campton was I if v transacting business in r the city L T Monday l Lext f the city tl jI If you dont want your proper j x 0 ty sold you had hotter pay up J your city tuxes t i Squire Win Townspnd of- F Bowen was observedon our streets Monday I Henry Burton of Bloomiilg lale Olnrk county was here 1 yesterday on a business mis sion We are glad to see W T j Webb Clay Citys bright young lawyer building up such a prom J isingpractice William Well has moved from his farm near this city to Hard wicks Creek where he will run Kennons saw mill Dr R A Irvin whose injury was noted in our lust issue we WAJr- r tre pleased to state is how able I resulllethpraeticeof mmmcdi clntThere was considerable ice yes terday morning and the ground was frozen hard This is remind ful that winter is even at our doorSquire T 1 Fletcher wItse lectcd city Assessor at the last meeting of the Council He will make a good officer and is now tnkingliss You cant expect Democrats to support you because you area Democrat if you dont support i other regular nominees because y they are Democrats The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will give a t Bazaar at the Gymnasium Hall Friday night December 15 for the benefit of the church QityVkedfo collect all time tax duo the J 1lity and to sell property if necessary to enforce collection J D Hull has moved front t iLevee to Juno Walters farm r Jo t near the city He has oat sold i1r Lisfojm ju MpjgpVN9rY CQHIJfX i butwill do8osoon or rentr J Ifyou owe Anything to the t1 biidg f iJdpqytlleBRtneat once J i J aBithe Councilis anxious Yto get this matter closed ifpi I t41 xf If you want to always be on time replifrjt d P1 ik1- t The little son of Mr aiA Mrs li i lkck Parker fewdIt ago near 1 t hi thbClarkcountyline cut aft thisfingers oil vnl playjno with i ax Lockjaw sotupund pii j fellowAI j0 j t tj 4Y Patti copiesd 3 Ii whileyou tkLL MilllaetyStore ClayCity Ky j tJo r v 11 f t J hi J l I t rPt r 4 Vit 7 Iy rt 1 I 11 f ti i 4 15 The three big white frosts and a rain failed ttf materialize Wo have had more than thnt number of frosts but the rain is yet to come Moved to Winchester R 0 Mansfield and wife and Mrs Rec Woodward and son left Saturday for Winchester to make that place their home Mrs Woodward will accept position as stenographer and typewriter for IL C Mansfield cC Co in their now mill Scarcity of Eggs It is a noticeable fact that eggs are at present a very dear and scarce article and the complaint comes from all over the country This is only a repetition of what occurs each fall so it sedms to us that oiir farmers wives should make special oflot to meet this yearly emergency Small Blaze Near noon time Friday morning lire was discovered on the third door of electric light build but it was soon extin Thelitrefrom the planing smoke stack A window sill was fired first from the outside Not Quite Euough Yet The turkey crop though some what larger than in former years is not large enough to hove much effect on the price situation so country editors will have to con uodoingwithout a Thanksgiv ing turkey unless sonic delin quent takes mercy on his creditor and rightfully relieves the depressed situation A Disastrous Calamity ItUs a disastrous calamity when you lose your health IjQcunge indi gestion and constipation have sap ped it away Prompt relief can be hud in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaran teeitnt SwtumDay Lumber Gos store i 25e Time Cwensbire Business Mens Association has started a movement lei erect a bridge across time Ohio river at Owcusboro It is proposed to organize a company with A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to hare to en dure the terrible torture of plies I can truthfully say writes Hur ry Colson of Musonvilk laII that for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Buuklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Alpo best for cuts burns and injuries 25ut SwannDay Luniler Com panys store The imut who sows wild oats ought not to complain about the harvest There is nothing Amore provoking than nnincQreetaimeplece If you have u watch or clock of this kind take it to XVebbY qNy pitys Jew elerandsiIIYersmith and let him fix it All yrk guaranteed for SaleFine Farm of 235 ogres 1QQ ores of which is- rich river bottom and benuli land three miles from Clay City New dwellingj fenant house and all necessary out building Six good Springs on the place convenient to school and etci plenty of umbe- rtcjteepfoncaukyuthiJluee will growcojni whpat tqbacjcq incv r1 llnrelerti8e in thevStatqt Will sold as tIC whale ot hind- gd IntwittraetstG this 19a rare bargain For particular cnjlon fE BynoHEH Clay City S f r The tucks Almanac For 1906 The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 1900 lt- his Monthly Journal Word and Works has been changed into a large and costly Magazine and it will contain his storm and weather forecasts and other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecasts from January to June 1900 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from 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 Key Irl It Hicks fore casts for the whole year and more complete than ever can be had by sendingat once 25 cents to Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo The State Legislature will be asked for an appropriation for the establishment of a Domestic SciencaDepartment in the State College Removal Notice On or before November loth Dr Bertram Smith the Dentist will move his office to the fine room up stairs in the Central Ho tel annex next door to the ex change on main street in order to get better light and will fit up the most complete Dental Of fice in Eastern Kentucky Kentucky and Tennessee coal operators met at Knoxville and dicussed the Escli Townsend bill They favor the complete suppress ion of rebates but are opposed to radical legislation Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family nn through lostniy Mother writes E It Reill of HarnoiivMo- 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 thus lung trouble must not be dIwd how to cure it pulekestteliefand cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and 1MO guaranteed tit SwiiniiDuy Lumber Gos store Trial bottle free It is not so much conscience us the fear of consequences that makes cowardsof us all tans Unreasonableness is often as great as womans But Thos S Austin Mgr of the Re publican of Leavunworth Ind was not unreasonable when he re fused to allow the doctors to opera ute on his wife for female trouble Instead he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sitkyihu could hardfy leave her bed andfive 5 physic claims had failed tq relieve her Af ter taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured and can now per form all her household duties Guaranteed by Swann Diiy Lumber Co price SOc Happy is the imuvwho is too busy to find fllult9rcomplllin Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one milo from Clay CitGOld dwelling and out buildings two nevenfailing springs Price 8000 one half cash This is a snap that will soon be taken up J E BUHQHKR Town Property for Sale Two cottages on S v ave with seven lots back of Presbyters an church Will be soldat a bur gain Mh Bailey Patroiiize a hoiu industrybyoI buying the best flourSnowr Fluke and White 1sti v k 4 I tr vrC P t y 4 Startling Facts bAi E BARNETT i SON e Set the Pace and Hold the Lead WithtJur 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 Daper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon o I Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties und are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top maiket 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 1Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealerjor consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell ut the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilos or 75 cents delivered at Clay City x H F Hil divmeysr Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Oiler for theFall of 1003 a full stock of Fruit and Onuuinntul trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents hut yell direct to the planter I M BAILEY t Merchant ani Custom MILLERS CLAY CITY KY I Custom work six says iff the we Fresh GrouniBoHeJ Mca always on hanJ Grinds for tine sixth toll VWltt et aw Ftl1 lilMP111INi tiNN 4 m4t bt r1 V t ITII E Winchestei Bank IXCOHHOHATBD N H Wii ii Kuspooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20000- We solicit the accounts of Individ Ilalll linns and corporations 848 C F DANIEL CLtY CITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fm Chik ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel J II Et TVS Irop7- f Table supplied with till best the marker nffoids Everything neatiIInllclernUutes 81 50 per day IaXPERIENCE ITRADEmayquietlyImam I lion utrlctlrconndentfal HANDMOK on r tenu pent Ideat agency for aecurlnlfpatenl Patent taken Munn ibeCu rece- lTScictitific ltnotiu WIthout charge la ar A bandiomilr 1tlntnl ciWetkll Tjirvcit re- ulatlon of An icKntlOo lournl Terms 13 a tout month L Bom aiI I YQrkape ft Blind HeadacheAb- outIf a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of U 1123 Broadway Augusta Ga I suffered with W blind sick headaches and backaches and could get 3 no relief until I tried I IWINE CARDUll Womans Relief NS I immediately commenced to improve and K now I feel like a new woman and wish to N recommend it to all sick women for I WRITE know it will cure them as it did me Cardui is pure medicinal extract of FREELYvenetable herbs which relieves regulates femaleand frankly describing your symptoms we will functionstonesuptheorgansco- nsider your case and healthsealedyou free advice In plain envelope Dont hesitate but Try It for yourtroublerw- ritevlsory today Dept Address The Chattanooga Ladles Ad Medl Evell druillUl ICUs It dne Co Chattanooga Tenn 100 Kimbrell llnv B S Burgher of Win Chester visited W G Patrick last week Rev E N Early of Wesl Bend Circuit preached at this place last Wednesday night Mrs Johnson Harris visited her son Robert Richardson at Fos last Friday Saturday and Sunday Pastor GcoD Prentiss will fill his appointment at Jacksons Chapel next S ttrda llight Sun day morning and Sunday night AJ91111Wisemnn and wife of Mrs Wise mans fatherGW Mclntrt1u near Spout Spring last Saturday an1 Sunday- Married at the residence of the brides father El Tyree on Dry Ridge Thursday November 0 Mr Claborne Witt to Miss Et ta Tyree Squire John WTuttle ofliciatins Snow Creek A S Vivien of Riddville was here Sunday on business Jack Hughes was here last week lookingfor some heifers I N Osborne purchased of Francos Vivion a heifer for 19 Thos Ogden Jr of West Bend was here Monday buying tur keysChas Ewen and wife were the guests of J D Kerr and family SundayHe Wills of Estill county bought a farm in Clark county of M T Pigg for 1000 Olaude the little sort of Mr and Mrs Jack Parker who accidentally cut his fingers nearly off several days ago died Friday morning He was laid to rest in the Log Lick cemetery Saturdry Virden Charlie Ewen was at Clay City Saturday on business Albert Curtis has moved to T S Curtis farm on Snow Greek A Patton bought some shotes of J WBakerat2 25 per head Uncle Press Evermun visit ed friends at Indian Fields Sun dayG D Cook andson Beckner were at Mt Sterling t last week on business 1 Tlitli18Abeansatul lbutchering t t 1 1 1011 inI0 0 demons sold 1 heifer for 24 cents and onesteer at 9 cents to Andy Hampton Mrs Nannie Johnson was the pleasant guest of anut Aarga ret Fisher Tuesday Mrs 00 Curtisand daugh ter Miss Sudie visited Mrs Sa rah Adams Tuesday Ye correspondent did not get in any items last week News was as scarce as hens teeth J W Williams of near Paris Bourbon county visited friends and relatives here from Friday until Monday GrB demons sold 20 barrels of corn to G D Cook at 2 50 de livered and some to Clay City parties at same price Mrs T A Ogden mind two daughters Misses Lou and Tena and Master Chester of Argyle visited friends here Monday Beckner Cook will leave Mon day for Lexington where he has a position in a dry goods store as clerk We wish Beckner suc BessT B Ware and 0 0 Curtis at tended the trial of the negro at Stanton Saturday who stabbed Dr Irvin at flay Oity some two weeks ago r Knocked Senseless By Buzzard While William Adams of Au rorn Indiana a section foreman on the B and 0 S W Railroad was taking dinner he was knock ed senseless by a blow on the head from a largo buzzard which came in contact with a telegraph pole and fell The bird had u bell around its neck anda tag on one of its legs which bore the in sription S Thurman Winchester Ky September 0 1898 The bird was captured and be cause of its unusual size will be presented to the Cincinnati Zool ogical Gardens Cincinnati En quirer iu i Christian Aid Socie ty desires to take in little jobs of work such as plain sewing quilt ing mending cleaning and pressing suits of clothes and various things toonumerousto mention at very reasonable prices Packages and orders will be taken care of at Mrs Seams ForSalc Fresh grown ginseng seed at rea eonable prices lW MIZE ir Vaughnls01111IfyI I 7 NOTICE Thanking my patrons for their liberal patronage in the past mid the many kindnesses extended I will say that the coldweather close at hand and owing to my health being bad I will close my gallery very soon Ns v fora short time I can sell a few very nice frames at very LowPrices and would like to see as ninny of my friends that wants photos for theirselves and families as can come in before the roads are bad and those that have work already finished in thu gallery are respectfully 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 fot favors I am as verJ W HENRY Everything in uptodate Dress Goods andnt Popular prices Mre J Williams Clay City Ky I FEELING LIVERISH 1 TAKE LAIAnd ad TRADEMARKS promptly oWilned In all countries or no tea We obtain PATENTS AT PAYiadwfitiiOTttiorouEfUyluonr l Jp you ta auxesk photo or ketch gar FREE report M Jean prucUoo SUR 1OdREFERENCES ForfrtoOuUa KUenU write to Seventh StreetDC W salasallIf ARE YoThe WeeklyGourier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from tlOO to 820 amounting to 8000 in all There will be four general presents of 8100 850 30 and 820 and sixteen presents os 830 end 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to thu Courier Journ al Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly CourierJourn Journal giving full details It will be sent free Henry Wattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Featur of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL HE MANY OTHER ATiKACTIOE DEPARTMENTS ALT GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mail Kates Dally Courierournnl 1 year C Daily and Sunday I year 4 g sit ly I yair 1 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements THuTIMESA- nd the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNA- LlV one year for only One DollarThis Is for caih subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination alTer must be sent through the TIMES jllicu A Democrat 1 Or if You are not You will want to read + Bry nsCOJD110ner ON MAROII 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge prgunization pliin This plan provides for Ueni oorats to sigma pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their purty between now stud the national chin paign of IOCS It IB a practical niethod for the organiza tion of the party by the rank and file in order that it mitt prove true to its name and be the efficient servant of the peoplein the establishment of reform A little investigation will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and effective wethod of persuading Democrats to participate the councils of their patty These pledges are pouring into the Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully flied by state coun ty and voting precinct If the eame interest manifested in this work during the past four month in maintained durum thq next two veari tho total membership will exceed fourmlljiop Democratic voters- The Commoner is issued weekly subscription ilayenr By special arrangements fpr a short tune only we offer the- Cuts City sandThe Commoner ori t6h frU 10 Address all orderato THBTIMHS Clay City Ky t Tala Broroo r SwM1tI 5hwaMilMMKaiaMIGa Tr 1 1 l + 5 NTM Jf tr tC yf1 y 1r u- A t tSiw t A Guaranteed Cure for Piles ItchingWUlind Bleeding or Prop trudi pgPiesDruggtsts relit n mon ey if PAZO OINTIMEMT foila Tlii c euro any ca eno matter of HI ong- standing hr Gto 14 days F L air plioation gives ease and rest Sjjc If your druggist hasntit sand 599 In stamps and it willbefor1vnrd- ed8paidby Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo A TheHag n Gas 1or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the mot reliable the most Durable niadu Write today for particulars R We also handle a full line of k4 Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand t GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE EAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Go WINCHESTER KY a i KILLTHSCOUCHAND WITHDrKing i I New DirFOR cIOUGIiSand IITUROAT Lexington EasternRyJ Effective Ot 2219tS jEA8TnOUSIJ m No2 1AMLv Lexington 22r 715 Winchester 810 825 L JiE Junction 3J 8B7 Cloy Cltv ariU 0 iJa x Stanton J06fli3 t Rosslyn H 412 tl8 Natural Bridge 4 8V tii4 Torrent 441 10ii8 HenttyvilleJunc Mil 108 II 0 K Junot0 5- ArJnckson llc0 010 11311 WEST nOUN- IIStations I No ilP M AJm ill LvJackson2a 025 ir 0 K Junct 2 80 020 BenttyvilleJunc850 7 26 4 Torrent 847IJ 7 I Naturni Bridge 401 8 L 1 Kossl lVv 425 822 t StI11ltcm430 Ji2E1 Clnv City 480 837ioI1FJitnetioll5 08 010 4- I yincter 520 D 1 Ar Lexington 005 1010 it All trains daily except Surdny i TrnfnsNosU and 4 make connittrtionat at1yvllloTlll1ctlonwlth i AUan yfor local stations on r j AlWilwiy anti connect at 0 fc K Tunctlon for Railway v No land 8 connect nt L E J Lion with OOJorlJt SterlingtJ R BARK J 3en Manager 1 To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Quinine tr 1Qlm ri r wA 11 oat wiry i 21r yty t r Y- rr u