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F4 4r- L r- r r k r I THE CLAY CITY TIMES1 Y 50 Cents a Year in Advance t We are here to help Clay City the SnrroondiDg Country and Ourselves IT E Burgher Publisher VOTE 10 CLAY OITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 30 1905 N04 MARRIAGES + Miss Eliza Harris of Kimbrell Estill county and Mr Wm Bart Icjtt of Olark county were mar ried at the Allensville Baptist church Tuesday November 28 Mr Walter Vivion of this county was married in Lexing ton this week to a Miss Love of Olurk county True Americans Left This country still has many things to thank God fort among them being the fact that there C S S I are Americans so poor that they havent the priceof their own funerals but who yet would not change places with rich men who acquired their wealth by thieve ry and dishonesty The official canvass of the ninetythree counties which reported the constitutional amendment at the rejcent election in Kentucky shows that 55578 persons voted for a return to the open ballot while 04449 wen against it Twentysix counties made no report of the vote castI I PITTSBURG VISIBL TYPEWRITER L THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINE MADE Visible Writing Strong Manlfolder UnlI versa Keyboard Light Touch Rapid Acti- onPRICE 75 It Reaches the Demands of Business Unexcelled for billing tabulating Send for catalogue and proposi tion to dealers Pittsburg Writing Machine Co PITTSBURQ PA suIMrisiLs f Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing for the past twenty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual i LARGE STQCK of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at tho Best Prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable GOAds At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a j of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room for ourNew Fall Stock This is a chance for you if you need any of these goods School BooksF- ull Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always on hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city SHIMFESSELS II and Etc and I RBb NCE MFG Go Winchester Ky FlouringI We are Headquarters for BulidingPllper f Felt Roofing CV- Flintoid Roofing and Etc 7 Vrt t f 4ffI Send use Your estimates r L t 11 Prompt Shpmenls t p 1IJt i J ii n It flfJl J c y I r x f trd 4Jf in Union There is Strength Since the recent State Development Convention in Louisville the Louisville Commercial Olub is more strongly imbued than ever vMHi the possibilities awaiting Kentucky It believes that every community in the State can profit by this awakened interest but it is as firmly convinced that the profit can be greatly enhanc ed tl rough an organization of tho working forces of the different twis By working forces is meant the mercantile and industrial lines of the different sections In brief the Commercial Club feels that a most desirable way to meet and overcome difficulties confronting a business community lies in the organization of a commercial body It believes this so strongly that i has appointed a standing committee whose sole duty it is to assist in the organization of business cluds throughout the State and in revivifying boJies which have temporarily lapsed into ac tivityMr R A McDowell former president of the Olub has ac cepted the chairmanship of this committee and has appointed n his associates thereon fifteen leading spirits of Louisvills com mercial world and ton prominent editors in different parts of Ken lucky The Louisville Commercial Olub has no axe to grind in the step itistaklngfo organize inSre conimcrciaf dtnlius in theHSfeate Its board of directors feel such an interest in State development as was shown in the recent con vention in Louisville that it i willing to expend a large part of its funds in sending representatives to different cities to work up organizations of the kind men tionedAny community that desires to take the step indicated will receive from the Louisville Com mercial Club a copy of its bylaws and constitution with sug gestions ns how to stir up inter est in tho organization When the iron is hot enough tobe struck the Commercial Olub will send a representative to help mold the body into definite form Valuable Find Near Stanton on the farm of Mrs R A Bohannon has been found a valuable composition of clay and stone From this it i claimed that a very fine grade of Portland cement can be made Two cars of the raw material i S said to have been shipped to other factOries and found to bo of superior value It is rumored that Mrs Bohannon has been of fered 5000000 for her farm which she bought about one year ago from a B Coulee for 2000 We trust that all of the above i true and that old Powell will ye come out of the ruts on some strong footing A project is on foot to erect million dollar hotel in Lexington with the Phoenix Hotel as a nu cleus The plan is to enlarg- pa4 raise the present building t se en or eigtit stories high an remodel and refit the old trine hostelry to all mordern apjirthit iiieritsV J yt V i i i z c r Not Dry Yet According to a recent ruling of I the Court of Appeals Local Op tion elections held in towns where registrations are required must provide before the election special days for registration According to this ruling the local option election held in this city and Stanton last January is null and void and as there is an ac lion pending in the Circuit Court to knock the election out on these grounds it seems that the temperance people are up against it for the inevitable confronts us This is a shame This is twice that the Local Option has carried in this County and each time to be knocked out thereby overrul ing the will of the people in this matter on the technicalities oft the law is very discouraging The county has been out the ex pense and for no good Some one is at fault for this We cant blame the whisky dealers for that is their business j we cant blame the court for it is a matter of law j we cant blame the vot ers for they did their part The people of Clay City and Stanton have been imposed upon by some- s one This election has twice been declared illegal Is it possible that we cant hold a legal Local Option election It looks that way Iva favor the calling of anoth er election at the earliest possible moment and get if possible ev cry technicality of the law inter pret tod bufore the elentiocrftr held so there will bo no doubt of stickingThe of every precincts and town in Powell county want local option rule they prove it by their vote at every opportunity they have And just as oft en their righteous will and wish es have been thrown down y1 The Difference It is estimated that fifteen thousand dollars worth of turkeys were sold in the territory tribe tary to this town in the past two weeks Owingsville Outlook What has been done by the farmers wives around Owings ville can also be accomplished by persons living in contiguous territory to Clay City It is noth ing unusual for a farmers wife in the bluegrass counties to sell 100 worth of turkeys each fall and during the year she will sells more than likely more than that amount in eggs and other poul try easily making at least 200 per year for each farmerss wife Dont you think that would help us We do and hope the persons who should bo the most interest ed will take the matter up at the proper time r 0 W Hundley of Irvine has patented and splda railway Thetbeen learned by us but it is said to be very remunerative aWe wish for every reader of the TIMES asIncere and pleasant Thanksgiving hatedevery one M8 J 1 Williams Clay City Ky 4 TURKEYS For Thanksgiving Turkeys call on S J Anderson the Butcher readyforcould wish Words but pooly tribes it It should be seen io ap preciated Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Notice to HUIWO All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspacs on any lands belonging to the undersignedB Other names will be added to this list for oO cents each PROFESSIONAL CARDS rrrI1M11 IA11411haLlr Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Cflre up sta a Ii tun w it 6 i nui Annex where an experienced Practltla r may iie found ofhllthltrade R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OHY OITV v KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KDcnrv Of Clay City- National Bank Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000 Crowned with Success sae have been our efforts in the Jpnst to provide the most comJ plate facilities and extend every accmmodation consistent with conservative management we a shall not relax onr endeavor + to S keep in the forefront of progress We solicit the accounts of bus iness men generally and promise our customers that all business 2 entrusted to our care will receivf S our very promptest attentionand be handled with all possible care and accuracy J S ONE DOLLAR will start a savings account on which we pays J39 interest compounded semi J annually Correspondence invited City National Sank iIGlay Clay City Ky vaiiaiooiJ SPOUT SPRING Today is Thanksgiving nnd nil our people are surely read itDr 0 H Williams has gone to Oatlettsburg to look nfte some business matters Tames F McKinney is at his Olnrk county faros this week looking after the gathering of a large corn crop Asa Burnett and Tommy Chris topher two of our accomplished young men attended tlu supper at Clay City Saturda nightElder George W Mclntosl will preach at the Baptis church Saturday and Sunday mornings We trust a good crowd will come out on these daysSince the hog killing seasoi has arrived our folks are livin fine and many there be who have replenished their larder in the past several days Hal Cockrell and George Williams of Irvine were here a short while last week on a hunting trip They were the guests of Elder Geo McIntosh while here Elder B Frank Wright was taken very sick Saturday al his home near this place wits some form of malignant stom ach trouble Dr Williams was called in Sunday who soon gave him relief W E Heflin sold last week six fat hogs average weight 285 pounds to E O Hainline of Montgomery county for five cents per poundj These hogs verelengadeome time in Oc toberr r R Irene trio little three year old girl of Mr and Mrs Benny McKinney formerly of this place has been very danger ously ill of diphtheria but is now we are glad to state im proving Russell Christopher was mar ried Wednesday November 24th at the residence of the brides father Luther Martin near this place in Powell county to Miss Nellie Martin The groom is a very quiet and clever young man while the bride is 11very popular school teacher of Pow ell county The happy pair are receiving the congratulations of numerous friends in this community There is more Catarrh in this nee tion of the country than another diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced itII local die ease and prescribed local remedies 1 and by constantly failing to cure with local treatmene pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dis ease and therefore requires couuti tutional treatment Halls Catarl Cure manufactured by FJ Che ney k Co Toledo Ohio is the on lyconstitutionalcureon the mar ket It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly lrbloQdand mu cous surfaces oithe system hey offer One Hundred Dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circu Irs and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo Q Sold by Druggists 76c Take Halls FamlljrPillsf or COD Btipation For Sato or Rent House of several rooms in good repair Apply at this office for information LS THE TIMES rUltLISIlED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Centsper year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday November 30 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 10 II Cincinnati Enquirer IHcc Louisville Commercial 75 ee Home arid Farm 76 Educational We talk much about our nat ural resources and we invite all the world to come and live with us because we have good air am good water and good timber am coal and iron under the ground in other words because God has been generous to the land Well the truth IB the land was really richer when the Indians held it than it is now and trio water wai just as good the air was just as pure and there were more fur ests and more iron and coal than there are now For that matter there are undeveloped regions in South America that have many natural advantages even over the great and varied natural advan tages of our State This program of sheer depend ence on Nature It implies the the old conception of education the old conception of wealthcre irtinti fogJr fiilfPH nn nrnnnnfr nr little account of thepart that men play in making wealth Within reasoable limits it mat ters little what Nature has done for a country If you take any land in the temperate zone and put welltrained men there theI land will turn out to be all Wliat did Nature do for Holland which is the most densely peo pled country of Europe and one of the most thrifty and Happy Nature overflowed it with the bea and man had to reclaim the very soil he lives on I know a part of our own country poorer in nat ural resources than almost any other part and yet the people who live there make more kinds of useful and beautilul things than the same number of people make anywhere else in America and more of them are rich or well todo than the people in any oth er part of the couutry And ed ucation engages as large a part of the population as any other single industry and there is as much money spent on schoolhouses and their equipment and on libraries as is spent in the equipment of any single industry While natural resources count for much the community where the people are trained to profit able industry is the community to which other men go to live and they will go from all parts of the world After the first pioneer settlements aro made it is train ed men that attract men rather than natural resources The right training of men is a better thing than the bounty of Nature itself Nature alone never madeprqsper ous Statesi Walter H Page Ignorant people do not know how or when or where to develop the gifts of nature and they sit and do nothing until others who are better educated in science and industrial arts come in seize the available opportunities pur chase for a pittance the undo veloped possibilities and thus be come wealthy while the native population remain poor in the midst of smroundingnatural weaHhSG Heiskell The great masses of our peo pie are paying with hard labor at 75 cents a day for improved machinery invented by educated brain and manufactured by tain ed hands at not less than 4toi- a day This is a tariff of 825 to 425 per day levid upou us by education We work at 75 cents a day to pay for a thing the mak ers of which get 4 to 5 a day for their work Superintend ent Joyner of North Carolina We all want Kentucky devel ed but why not educate of town people for the purpose and let the wealth of the state go to Kentuckians At present some of the richest portipus of the state are passing into the hands of Northern and Eastern Capitalists to be developed by educat ed men from other states while the hardest of the work will be done by ignorant Kentucky citi zens as day laborers Let our motto ever be KEN TUCKY FOR KESTOCKIANS ana lets snake it possible by educating the next generation accord ing to the demands of the age Contributed by the Educational Improvement Commission of 1CcntucliyAccording to statistics the peo ple of this country use about 400 pounds of sugar to each fam ily This includes of course the amount of sweets in candies syrups and all prepared goods This means an expenditure for each family of 20 00 per year This sugar costs in labor about wuc4ii t pPIt1 the 4p P pie pay therefore about 15 00 per family to the nonproducing class in the various forms of profit to the refiners and dealers Is your sugar any sweeter be cause of this 15 00 per year you give the monopolists When the farmer pays seven ty dollars for a wuon that the working class receive only ten dollars for making how can the latter pay the farmer a good price for his products Not one farmer in ten thousand knows- that wagons are produced for less than ten dollars In wages yet the government has issued statistics to prove it For PainTake a Dir Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis LikeMagic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drags but by in creasing the natural accretions This action Is obtained as a result modern discoveries In medicine otI it pbsslbla to redeye pain without aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr iMIles AntiFain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache lIenJItrua1PalnllU1euma m Backache Topthache etc Thor will also by their calming act Ion on the nerves almost instantly re lieve such distressing feelings O3 Dlz 2lnes3 CarSIcknesa Indigestion ilrrl Ubllltr Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely euro because by Perse verlng in their nee you do away with the cause Dr Mlles AntiPain PILL are guar anteed that first package will benefit fir your money back Never oldlnbulk am thankful for tbe good Dr- Miser Antlialn Pills have are baveacheecauaedago I began taking AnUPaia P11I the remedY that evil gave merellet Since thn I have not one hard attack becauae tl take a FIU and ttovercomelljthedUlloultT QKO n I FREE TrlalPaPain Pill the New ucientlno IAemedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Ou CatFreeIo4DOBAT9JUM T DiD a j dO 4ilf f I FIXED FOR Vfv- WINTER M f is tie woman who comes here early and secures I one of these 8Ug Stylish Handsome Jackets made of Kersey Melton Thibet and other good i stuffs and with or without collars Other styles All Sizes Suitable for all ages and all r wonderful Values at the Special prices we quote on them I ont Forget About Coming Early MRS I I WILLIAMS The Clay City Milliner I r- r r orr y1 The Whitest White Cake If The Lightest Light Rolls Y And Flakiest Biscuitt l Are Mndo When You U o 1 V l Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour f jSoldr + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + lam+ + + + ++ + ++ + Y ii INSURE WITH t I F A LYON SON + rr 0 Y d Tl o Loading Insurance A scouts I iuO i + of JBuMtcru JLCoutuolcy t Hfc = + ii OOOOOOo t iRepresent d L I Everyone whoknowsanytliingabout insurance know eba f j i theyare leaders in this Unei A i 1 + + tn + + + + + + ++++ C+ + + + + + + + ++ + + t+ + +++ I 1 POU4A DOT CANS iZAUflFYbU1Pb011Z 11Tn oc t ertset Megierealefi h rrwewnW N I Tb i l s i =Myw rl 1a AWLIrrf1 xA mull ln ttun oi In ptlnt adds peaty 10 hst valas sad bu of metes a good ntic hboi by nuking i good orlghborfcood Oood iht best innand page nouns io Impeve duo I ryiag But ehee you p Ut boyonl- ylh Il1V7CIAY eoeetndfpnubsrmaa areson nt otMtI reinter n0i1 I foVU oldtI rare wayw II to pli horn Its desk ml IlOl ran rbe reed far con TIM M llolIthIintcCII oil IIJoIIIQKINLOCH rA NT4wnlermrj good r wgwa I Be Littlepage Son Irmftftar d t KY 1111 1M ill 1 TITLE TIMES I M 1 PAPERi1= 1 THURSDAY NOV 80 1905 sfLOCAI1 BREVITIES lJft T M Morrow has retired frb the management of the HustlerifiL r i t A D Campbellof Irvine i rrherea visiting his son Prof 0 W y Campbell tt i1fyou want to always be on time i keep your watch in good repair rtiSe Webb i If today is Thanksgiving the fruitless hunter will not be dis I posed to give any thanks ibi A number of our citizens have fc been attending Circuit Court at rrY Stanton this week i t Mrs Amos Cain has been quite 5 ill at her home near this city but improving tallJ R Neal of Wisemantown t was here Friday the guest of his brother W H Neal ft 0 0 Eaton visited home folks a few days this week He left f Monday evening for Somerset t What has become of Clay Citys rrY Commercial Club Now is the fe time to get together and pull for Jt greater Clay City Vatch that gun today closer- f than you do the game and possi bly you will evade any accident Miss Floretta South of Jetts h Franklin county visited Mis Bertha Maple and other young friends in the city this week Pattern Hats altered or copied while you wait at Mrs Williams tore ClayCity Ky The trial of Matt Tracy for f the murder of Jim Willie Ware has betin continued in the Stan ton Circuit Court until the reg ular JIarch term Cp 1 Letcher Dalton of West Bend I wilt have a public sale of all hi r personal property at his resi dence one half mile from Ar gyle station See posters for par F ticulars I The five year old daughter of John Thorp of Madison county I while playing in a barnyard was attacked by an old sow and was 1 fatally hurt The animal had carried the child to a small thick et and had to be killed before L the child could be rescued t r Born to Mr und Mrs Johi- Savage of Birmingham Ala on the 14th inst a sonOlayton1 Mrs Savage is a daughter of Mr and Mrs G M Clayton former P ly of Clay City now residing in Birmingham Mr Savage is a i well known railroad man t I Anderson Acquitted Campbell Anderson who kill ed Kale Martin on Black Cree r last fall and seriously cut Thos Martin father of Kale has been X I din trial at Stanton this week e + but was acquitted of the charge f Phillips and Spencer were the k lawyers for he defense 1 Our City Graded School is pro lJ pressing very nicely Aliow class ofseveral members has been 4I racently started in book keeping lThis jsa new branch JortIie iwschool butis a very valuable addition f f to the routijie of studies r 4 There will be eleven In the grad li uatiug ll1sSill thesprlIIli flSte J f- p W- uhf n t M ditffIf1 7 1 t f 0i 1 1t 3tf f I 4r- r t v t r- f t h ftij Yr f The supper at the Gymnasium Hall Saturday night given by the Methodist HomejMission Society was a success to the extent of realizing 25 00 The ladies a to be congratulated for their successful endeavor The Pres byterian Ladies Aid will give Bazar at the same place December 15 calamityn who you lose your health becuase fade i gestiun and constipation have sap ped it away Prompt relief can be hnd in Dr Kings New Life PiUs They build up your digestive u gan and cure beadache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 25o We are in receipt of a copy the Carrizo Colorado Miner whit contains a memoriam of Mrs Mahala Curtis who formerly lived near here and whose death notice appeared in these columns last week In this article which was written by one of her neigh bars and friends is indeed a most beautiful tribute Any relatives friend of the deceased who d sires to read this tribute can do so by calling at this office A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of piles I can truthfully say writes Hurry Colson of MasonvilleIa th for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts hums and injuries t 25c at SwannDay Lumber Com panys stores We cannot get along without homegrown plums and peaches The immature product from Georgia and the attractive but insipid leather jackets grown in California do not fill the voi ifomtho writer standpoiattba promising plan is to continue planting the varieties of greatest local promise If frost or scale got the best of a tree dig it out and plant a healthy new one Count it good luck as well ns cure ful management to get n crops two One ripe luscious homo fruit is worth a basket of the long traveledcoldstorage article where quality is a consideration The bying public is being rapid ly educated to this point of Wellgrown locol fruits of this eliaracterareinconatanfdemanand de when offered The ear of boo poach orchards in distant lac tions with accompanying beau transportation and storage charg eswillsoon pass and everywhere posIs ficulties at present confronting the Northern peach grower ar great but can be surmounted by intelligence and skillEx There is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind tike it to Webb Clay Citys Jew idkm For SaleFlne Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is rich river bottom and bench land three wiles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and all necessary out building Six gtopd springs OIl the place convenient to school and etc plenty of timbe- to keep fence up on the place will grow corn wheat tobacco and ev erything else raised in the State Will be sold as the whole1 or divld ed in twctragts This Isa rare I bargain For ula call OD J EBvsouiR layityW- R lt If j 1 A jrfhLWt Ji 1- S J tr n1 Y l sq r The hicks Almanac For 1906 The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 1906 but his Monthly Journal Word and- re Worker has been changed into a large and costly Magazine and it will contain his storm and weather- a forecasts and other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecasts from January to June- n 1901 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December 190C The price of this splendid Magazine is one dqllar a year See Norvember and January numbers con taming the Rev Irl R Hicks fore casts for the whole year and more complete than ever can be had by sending at once 25 cents to Word Companyh2201 Removal Notice On or before November 15th Dr Bertram Smith the Dentist will move his office to the fine room up stairs in the Central Hotel annex next door to the ex change on main street in order fiteup the most complete Dental Of fice in Eastern Kentucky Some men are so wrapped up in themselves that they need no other covering- r Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and through it I lostiny 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 sod loss for Mr Reid but he learned that lung trouble must not be and how to cure it coughsdJ J TL rt A 4 ff guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Gos store Trial bottle free Gen Stephen D Lee called on Gov Beckham to ask him to rec oinmend an appropriation for a- Ir Kentucky monument at Vicks burg which the Governor said he would do if after investigation the States funds warranted such action vMans Unreasonableness is often as great as womans But Thos S Austin Mgr of the Re publican of Leavenworth Ind rem fused to allow the doctors to oper 9ate on his wife for female trouble II he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 6 phy i ciaue had failed to relieve herAf- e ter taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured and can now per form all her household duties Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co price jOe Malice furnishes poor material With which to build new friend ships FarmFor Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings i two never failing springs Price 8000 one half cash This is a snap that will upJrTown Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventh ave with seven lots back of Presbytcri an church Will be sold at a bar gain M Bailey Pairpnize a horn industry by buying the best flour Snow Fluke and White Posejijf rtl ti 0 3J tA lIiJ ff f Sa ir J lY ty 19yI Startling Facts A E1 BARNETT ct SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lea d With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from t uaper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are ut 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 givo us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Black Creek Lime 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 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Mil 6ineyer Sois Blue Crass 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 Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY Ky1 Custom work six days in the we Fresh GronnJ Bolted Meal always on hani Grinds for onesixth toll uWiwi Nurseries et+ Fr RiMts Sirs r THE Winches INCOaeonATz 4 N H WniiEnsroojf Ires Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 348 Ce F DANIEL GLrY CITY KY Dealer In Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid foe Chick ens Eggs and all kinds Poultry rClay City Hotel 1 J H EATON Propr 7 Table supplied with the best the marker affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 8150 per day 60 YEARSI 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AcAnyone tending a sketch and description may ilcklr ascertain our opinion an atentatlonatrlctJIAtentlPatanUryeelal notice without Cbal1te In the Scientific flmerKaiiAha- ndioraelr Illnittattd weekly Ijireest dr cnlatlon of any identlfio journal Tormi IS a newadealeraiUM x J i 1- e ti Xk j f n + 4mI rwJ Wl RAGGING y down pains are a symptom of the most serous trouble which cnttuck a woman vr falling of the womb With this I come Irregular painful scanty cr periods wasteful j Ing drain dreadful backache headache nervousness weakenItabillty tired feeling Inability to walk loss of appetite I i beauty The cure lc I 111WINE J Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stim ulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place It is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints 1 WRITE US A LETTER In strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free ad vice In plain sealed envelope Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn Kimbrell John W Tuttle Mended court at Winchester last Monday Ir and Mrs Glenmore Neal of Right Angle visited Mr and Mrs E H Bowles last Sunday Mrs John Harris is visiting Mrs Henry Burton at Blooming F dale this week and will attend tho wedding of her niece Miss Eliza Harris H G Witt bought of Mrs Stone two yearling and one two yearold steers for 45 00 and two twoyearold steers from Torn Crow for 00 00 4 Mill DlI1 CllanrNennntfit t- f day with Qhrirlie Bush and wife Mr and Mrs Ray Burgher spent Saturday night and Sun day with G W Bush and wife Mrs Bettie Highley has gone to Glcncairn to visit her daughter Mrs Sallie Swope She will be gone several weeks Twt To vo of Alabama is swinging corners with the girls at this place Look out girls ho may talk your head ofl yet Morgan McKinney Bob Shim fesscl G W Olark John McKin ney and Charlie Clark were at Winchester Monday on busi nessMiss Lizzie B Hopkins of Lexington spent from Saturday until Monday with her nephew at Vaughn Mill and has re turned to her home Mr and Mrs Will Cook and children of West Virginia were visiting friends and relatives at this place several days last week but have returned to their home Mr Standley Baber and Miss Annie Gravett were joined in the bonds of matrimony at the residence of Mr Jell McKinney Thursday November 23 Elder B F Wright officiating Mrnml Mrs Will Cook of West Virginia and Mr Jack Lowe of Alabama and Miss Nettie ling of this place spent Monday and Tuesday with their gfaiidfuther Tuck Lowe ofi Out Greek Wni Davis aavr trill aught JiroJaBfc week nail burned the iJHV cabjiwl biltfortun It vistNvinghttmtlia mlllJhs been onfirein the ilante hollow f 4 t2- A 2 L CARDUI 1 Womans II SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb art ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Hake ut Webster GrovesMo and my menses were very painful and Irregular Since taking Cardul I feel like a new woman and do not suffer as I dW JailPrisoner Lends Frank Hawk RHpp a flftnpn yenrold boy of Harlin county arrived in Frankfort Tuesday ac contained by Thus Ward dep uty sheriff who was too drunk to know what he was about I Stopp inquired the way to the penitentiary stating that he hind been contenced there for 21 years l but that the deputy sheriff was too drunk to find tho way The pair was token in custody by the police who upon search of the drunken deputy found the commitment I papers Stopp was pure ed in prison and Ward in jail for being drunk Stepp told Governor Beckhatn that he had killed his cousin as I hfjr roaiilfrofn iBjftII1Y n fnm l ily miiKdfl aid flint ho was wilrT lug to serve the sentence of 21 years for the deed An eUol t will bo made to have the boy pa rolledor transferred to the School of Reform at Lexington 0 B Lowry formerly of this ofIher npparatus which is said to he of much val ue Owing to scarcity of timber it is now recognized that something must be done to prolong the life of timber used which is exposed to the weather so mary ipplications of various chemicals have recently been applied especially to crossties and it has been found that ties so treated last from five to eight years long er than when they are not so treated As wo understand Senator Platts testimony those insur ance officials just insisted upon sending money around to his office about election time and he did not have the heart to offend them by refusing it Cinders and pretty girls are hard to remove from a mans eyesBut few men ever livelong e nough to realize their owmi unimportance idie Christian Aid Socie ty desires to take in little jobs of work such as plain sewing quilt ing mending cleaning and press ing suits of clothes and various things too numerous to mention at very reasonable prices Package and orders will bo taken care of at Mrs Seareys for Sale Ir lifgrowniginsong seed at rea EonHbj5ir5ceg J W Mizte V Vaughns Iillny T 1 vYtiC t I iistikurr t liasfttlili ciyr- III t i al Y atr ihit Itl the bst iinti- lie ninny klIHII1 n hnl4d1 willsnyy that thai COM weather is lose ut iwnS iIfH 0WlIiir tQ ply health liWiip Gkrwintl CfIn1 linllcrv vory gprjn NIfurll cryIand to seoas many of ray friends that wants photos for thuirbflvcs and families as can come in before the 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 workout because I need the money and it is right that I should have it Thanking everybody for favors I nm AS ever J W HENRY Everything in uptodate Dress Goods and nt Popular prices Mrs JWilliamsClay Ky t FEELING LIVERISH This r orning1 I T II A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer I and v ADE MARK ptI obtained Inc 11 THAT PAyadnnlu thoroughly s cur tYpeuo and I On 0 Send model photo or ekttch for FREE rrpnrt on patcaUbtUty to read practice sunPASSING REFERENCES For tree Oulde Book on Jro table lat nti write to B03SOB Seventh StreetWASHINOTONOC tI Iif You ARE CT7 wqrwi rv wyw n 6op OivVn A way fA 1r tit iklr tfllriur Jonrtljil U lirj AVttiirfidnV jmpor wnritH prosperit proposes to give away twentyr Christmas presents ranging iOO to 820 amounting to SrJOO in nil There will bo four general presents of 8100 350 30 and 820 and sixteen presents OH 30 and S20 to be given in thu states of Ken tucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Ala 1mnlhc plan isfuir and simple Write to the Courier Journ al Company Louisville Ky for a Copy of the Weekly Courier o rn ul giving full details It will be sent fr- eeHollry Wattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Featnr of The CourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL HE MANY OTHER ATTKACT1QE DEPART VENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMail Daily Courier ournnl 1 year 6 Daily and Sunday 1 year S Weekly 1 year 1 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get And the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL j Both one year for on- lyOne DolIarJThis is for caih subscriptions only All ubdcrlptions under this combination oITer must be sent through the Tnll otllce SI A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge orgunization plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves tonttendnil primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 19Q8 It is a practical method for the organiza tion of the party l y the rank mid file in order that it may prove true to its nime and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investigation will convince yuu that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring into tho Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully flied by state coun ty and voting precinct If the same interest manifested in this work luring the past four jnonthsis maintained during the l1eXlLWIljl1rtl the total uiernberiihip will exceed four million Democraticc voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription 1a year By special arrangements fur U short time only we offer the yCity Times and Commoner ht firjjsl 10 Address all orders to F- TU T1lV1Btelay City Ky Take Bromo Taints Sevan l Ite IMWW soM 1II31H11M Thfc t t I t rm rtr r lx M A iuarantced Cure f rPlld 1lPf i trolingPllesTriiggtst8rpitlftdtnoncy cure any case noiniatt +rofhiwipng standing in G fo li days PirSlai plication gives ease anll rest ilc- If your druggist hfifitit it Sund06o in stumps and it will bo torisirthii- postpaidIcy Paris Medicine rco St Louis Mo The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine Tlio Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Vriti today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN j Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY 1- I ecKILLTB COUCH Inrin CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kin S 1 Newfitisc v ry IFOR cONSUKPTIOH OUG1IS and OLDS sloO Barest eat for THKOAT LTJJja orItI021BY IIOr nilILexington Eastern IEffective 221905 EASTllOUNl No 2 Stations P m Price too tTrial aril Quc Ouro and LES y 0l 104ILv Lexington 22 i 715 f Winchester U10 82i II L JkE unction a22 S117- f Cluy City 8ri6 UlJ II Stanton 400 Oi2J Kosslyn t412 928 Natural Bridge 435 054 I Torrent 440 1008 BeiittyvilleJunc 511 lO 2 I II 0 K Junct 0 5 126 ArJuckson6tOf 1180n WESTBOUND Stations Nl3 P f Frey I ILvJackson22Uo 1 0 x Junct 2 80 020- u enttyvilleJuno820 726 U Torrent 847 747 U rotund Bridge 401 6l- Kosslyuu 425t 2- U Stanton 480 82- RGlivu Citv 480 837 t LE Junction liOSI a1d Winchester 020 i Ji i ArIexngtonoOO IO ill All truina doily except SnitTrains NOB U and 4 innlui eoul ct tlon at Junction villi T A for local utat ionrfon L A connect ntQtt K junction for local stations on tlcRaliaayrNolau connect ut L it E Junc tion with 0 t 0 forMt Stefling J K BAnn Gen Manager r To Cure a Cold One Day Laxative Quinine signature r3 Aj JJcnttyviHe Jtllllwnynntf in 1QCII Cures Crip Ila Two Days on every ho 2C itl J1 a 7