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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t we Aw +N + h 1 t fI h THE CLAY CITY I TIMESI I i ih 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves ilt E Burgher Publisher t VOLI0fOL Y CITY KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 71905 NO 49 A Good Old Time Majority Kentucky went Democratic over 37000 at the election on November 7 And this too in face of the fact that a fewof the wouldbe lead ers of the party are howling of disruption discord andIna chine Judge John M Lassin Chairman of the State campaign committee was here Saturday in consultation with Secretary Halyand they complied the vote in the legislavive contests There are 19 cqUntiee still missing but returns from them will only increase the Democratic ma jority asestimates made from the vote in them at the last election The total vote in the Stateex clusive of these 19 countieswas 351090 The Democratic candi dates received 194004 votes and the Republicans 157020 The Dem ocratic majority is 87048 These figures are official In the returns above set out the following counties did not report Bell Breathit Carter Clay Clinton Estill Gallatin Jackson Jessamine Knott Leslie Lyon MagofDn Mercer Morgan Shelby Spencer Tood and Woodford- In addition to this splendid showing and splendid indorse We MdQUfactUre sli Flooring leers Shingles and Etc mentof the Democratic State ad ministratration the Democrats will have greater majority in the Legislature joint ballot than in many years Tim rank and file of the party through the length and breadth of the Com monwealth with one voice has given indorsement to the work of the Democratic administration despite the carping of certain malcontents disappointed office grafters The splendid ma jority rolled up for the Demo nominees shows this Nothing more eloquent could be said nothing more appreciative could be given than the splendid vote of confidence which the Democrats aye the people of Kentucky have given the splendid administration of Governor J0 W Beckham and his corps of assistants Chairman Lassing is much pleased with the results of the campaign He and Secretary Ha ly worked long and nobly during the campaign and their la have received rich harvest They are indeed wheelhorses fI the old partyFrankfort Sta Journal Born Sunday December 3rd to Mr and Mrs B Hall son t SHIMI9 SSL LS i Clay Citys Leadink Storfe The store where you have been dealing for the twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual LARGE STOCKrf of General Merchandise selling to the Best People tho Best Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This gleans saving of Many Dollars in Little While Seasonable Goads At Cost Am now closing out AT COST 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 our New Fall Stock This is 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 I SS Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the SHIM FGSSGLS I I 1 RELIANCE MFG Go 2 Winchester Ky t Sc r CeilinyWeatherboardin in g L4Vgrn udPicketsSt- airways Store Fronts a on its and cratic able bors J a t past a a u a i a city r tl 1 Y We ore Headquarters for Building Paper t r FeLt Roofing W lIptoid Kooning Jfand Etc Jt r s 1 i Send us Youptn estimates Projnpt Shpmen i atf iI wt4 s Ii t 1 1 Cannot Ie Opened The Court decided last week that the ballot box containing the recent vote in this city for municipalofficers could not be o pened owing to the irregularities and the absence of the proper certificate and etc This will require the members of the old council to hold over until anoth er election is held The present Council has done valiant service for the city and the citizens of the town could not elect a better set of men to these offices and one thing is sure every member is Democratic to the core Local Option Election Continued The local option election case in this county was continued in the Circuit Court until the regular March term There is the strongest sentiment all over the county to hold another election on the question as soon after the decision of the court is made as is possible JIn this way if it carries county need not lnve more than one year moreThe loiCoa lius Moore of Jackson Ky who had been a Baptist minister over six tysix ty years died at the age of nine 1U Mr and Mrs Matt Coulee and Mr and Mir Hiram Warmouth Lmdngtonllucsday Samuel inter of Union Hall 18 a bneitl V in the city Vaughns Mill The people in this neighbor hood are sleighing the hogs since ThanksgivingJohn of Clay City came up Thursday and took a groug of the school at this place Misses Addie Clark and Maud Conlee spent from Thursday till Monday with Miss Mae Hanks at BowenJack Lowe who has been with friends and relatives at this place the past two months has return ed home Mr and Mrs John Burgher and children and Mrs Will Wells and children were guests of R P Wells and family Sunday Miss Pollie Bush spent from Friday until Tuesday with Misses Nettie and Allio Bush also Am brose and George Barnett and Winford Davis on Sunday We recived copy for change in Mrs Williams advertisement but too late to make the change since the two inside forms had been closed You ought to see those pretty hats at Mrs J W Williams and at prices to suit everyone Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky The Rev Henry Baker an ag ed Baptist preacher was found frozen to death near Waddy Ky- lIe disappeared immediately aft cr lchinJ his TJinljksgivulg m FJ fj i E 1 Now for The I Holiday Trade ur s Ithatthat are worthy of mention in these columnsbOur line of Useful and Ornamental Holiday Articles for both youug folks and grownup people embraces many SI things that cannot be found elsewhcrc in the city and you i 4 will find the prices like the goods pleasing and astonishing tWe wish to call your attention to the Ajax brand of Blue Enameled Ware which is tle superior of any granite ware ever brought to this market and it is cheap Following are prices on a few of the many articles we carry in this j unexcelled ware 14 qt Dishpan 30c 5qt Preserve Icettlot 35c Jqt Pudding Pans JOe 2 qt Dippers 25c 3qt Ooilo rj pots 25c We also have a large and new line of Tinware that will please you In our Dry Goods and Notion Department you will find many articles of exceptional quality and worth We call special attention to our line of Underwear in all sizes which is complete Calldrens Union Suits in sizes 4 0 mind 8 2o cents Line of 00inch Table Felt only 45c per yard Good line of Staple and Fresh Groeetes Plenty of can dies toys und etc for Christmas We have a line of Toilet preparations which we will give way to our customers whuse cash purchases amount to from 81 00 to 82 00 or morn mJ All the Shoes now in tli tJ house will be sold AT COST to close then out at puce Come at once for bargains Yours for business I IeJay1fiW11 Llft 3 I 5 k I a f 7J r 7 = f 1Irv i day sermon in Beech Ridge church in Shelby county Our line of Fall Millinery is ready for your inspection It ie allone could wish Words but poorly describes it It should be seen to appreciated Mrs J W Williams Cluy City Ky Notice to HuiVvo All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspuss DH any lends belonging to the undersignedB Other names will be added to this list for 50 cents each =PROFESSIONAL CARDS HnINNNnfNn tlN snnfWMMI Mnf1M Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office 111 t Iq h the Cnt nJuI Innerw Here experienced Practitioner may be found ofhighR A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON OL4Y OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY C1 t a a rs Clay City i National Bank= Capital 5000000 i Surplus 6000002o Crowned with Success gas have been our efforts in they past to provide tht most eo1110 a i Jiiiliii andjjxtend every j accmmodation consistent with conservative+ mniwgewent we S shall not relax our endeivon to 2 keep in the forefrontof progrr We solicit tot accounts of h mess mien generally and proini jour customer that till lnitinef J entrusted to our care will receivi Jour very promptest attention and lii handled with all possible cure and accuracy S ONE DOLLAR will sart n savings Mconiint on which wo pay 3d interest 1 ooiiipoiimkd iui annually g CorrtPpnndiniu invited 5 Clay City NalionalBank Clay City K- yvoocooSeo ooe CI t SPOUT SPRING Many porkers hu ostlJfor- lll in this coiniiitinity the past week Mrs Dnisu Wrijilit hultbeen quitosUlc the past week but e are glad to state that sho is IIIIilll1IOn Thanksgiving passed oT very quietly in our neighborhood there were no accidents nnd there were many who seemed to enjoy the day finely while out huntingMr Witt I died at his home near this place of com plication of diseases aged about sixty yours Burial near his Home Mr Witt was a good lIlsIJlIIHlalul a line neighbor Owing to the heavy downpour of rain on Saturday no servic es were held at the Baptist church on that day but on Sunday morning Elder George W McIntosh preached at the usual hour George White who left this place two years ago and located at Hudson Illinois has re turned to his old Kentucky home to reside Mr White is a model young man and we are very glad to know that he huts decided to reman in thisneigh borhoodMrs Florinda Spry died at the home of her soninlaw Le vi Curtis Monday morning December 4thof pulmonary trouble aged sixtyeight years Burial at the home grave yard on Wednesday Deceased leaves five daughters Mesdames Thos McKiuney Corda Ballard and Hester Curtis of this place and Mesdames James Vaughn and John Burton of Clark county Mrs Sprv was a Good Christian vo i Qdri1ier presence IiTTle t a gels tives and friends theSrottenness in public places newspaper got after the trust Thunewspapers are making the big and little grafters boodlers and looters hunt their holes Theie public robbers are not a fraiu of legislature They buy legislaturojike you buy radishes by the bunch They are not afraid of the courts they bull doze them but they are afraid of the newspaper They cant buy the newspaper hurrah and three cheers for the newspaperEx Shoo Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreadful disease that science has been able to cure in all its sta ges and that is Catarrh Halls r Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con FtitutionaFtreatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally act ing directlyupon the blood and mu coUP surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in do lag its work Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars f for any case that it Jails to cure W Send for list of tesimonials f rtAddress5F F 1 CHKNET d Co Teledo O Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation ForSale or Rent House of several rooms in good repair Apply at this office forjin formation 3 i p i THE TIMES rUIiUSUED EVERY THUUSDAY I B HurQher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai vance otherwise 75 CentsI Entered us sccondclnss mail matter Thursday December 7 IflOu 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 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 1 Louisville Commercial 75 41 Home and Farm 76 Some Correct Ideas The present election laws should be amended in such man ner as to defeat the purposes of dishonest officials so far lis possi ble Great frauds in registra tion are committed in the larger cities These could be prevented by the right sort of election offi cers The evil that demands first consideration however is that of poll tax In a town the size of Cvnthiami for ii s ance a citizen is required by law to pay 1 50 poll tax to the county and U 50 to the city There is no penalty for failure to pay this tax ex cept a publication of the names of delinquents in a newspaper or on a fence post The consequence is thousands of dollars are lost to the State annually through the fellows who willnot pay and all taxes are of necessi ty higher Mississippi requires that the voter show his tax re caipts for two years prior to the election It is salutary law in sfrffchises7f1iprevents in a large degree the paying of poll taxes by party managers a few days in advance of the election Kentuckys treasury can be lined with velvet by the passage of a similar law and at the same time the character of the States suffrage will be elevated Oynthiana Democrat outofOur state debt our people are in favor of progress No one would have Kentucky be hind the other states of the un ion educationally We are upto date in most things but unfort unately statistics shoV us some what backward in education Hero is the position of Kentucky as given by the U S Education Commissioner ln 1908 as compared with the seven bordering states with to native white illiterates over 21 years of age beginning with the least illiterateIllinois 28 Ohio 82 Indiana 44 Missouri 54 W Virginiab 107 Virginia 122 Tennessee 141 Kentucky 148 The position of Kentucky when compared with the same states with respect to amount appropriated for the professional train ing of public school teachers is also last and the others come inexactly the same prder as above What da sitaU mean Does the Training of Teachers pay The Kentucky Legislature meets in January 1000 If you have RnyconVctionson the subs ject of State Normal Schools you should at once notify your sop resentative and Senator asMto your position in the matter They represent you and want to do your will The Difference Ohio has an honest Election Law and the Bosses cant get hold of the election machinery Kentucky has a dishonest Elec tion law and the Bosses and oth er thieves and thugs are the only ones who are permittpd to run the election machine That ac counts for the defeat of the Ring in Cincinnati and for the success of the Mob in Louisville Pub LedgerAs r as the Republican sheets claim Kentuckys election law to be every one of them shouldered urine to defeat the a mendment to the constitution so we could return to the old system which we know to be fair and is was through their efforts that the measure failed The old system is truly the only fair way to vote it avoids contests and any candidate can count his vote after the election and see how each man voted in his race These papers had a right before the election to support the present system of voting but when they haws Lead defeated we cant see any consistency in their now crying out unfair election when they have gotten the very system they voted for Jo A Smith was shot and in stantly killed on the street at Onhipbellsville Ky by James A Shipp who used a shotgun The Coroners jury pronounced the killing without provocation THE k A- 1Cpra r 1 P REVIVORESTORES Made a Well Man a of Me Eproduces thoaBovervtultTEttOOdrysItactI wartaUjrtndqalcklr Carla whenallotheratsli- Youazmeawlnregaia their lost naDBOOdtndold men Tflll recover their youthful visor br using BEVIVO HqaieklyandsunljrnatorulfarTonc sea Lost Vitality impoteocr Nightly Eralatloau Lot Power Falling Memory Wutln Dlteuefmil til effects ot selfabuse or cxcettad Indiscretion which UIIII to one forstudy bul1ae ormUTllI It notonly caret by tUrtln tttblteat otdlutMbnt is treat serve tonlo tad blood builder bring lot beck the pink low to pal oh ska and ra torlnf the are of youth wards off Intaalti and Connznptlon Insist on baving EEVIVOno other II can be carried la vet t pocket Br Ball postIIthe nookandadrlasf ROYAL MEDICINBCO iulldlnrcniCAao e fox Sale in Clay City Ky By B Littlepage Son For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will disappear 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 making Jt possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects aafeJdependuPiDDrK1lesAJ1t1PaJnPms 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 relieve such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc gotmerely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by persevering in their use you do away with the cause 00Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills are guar anteed that first paeltaCeWSI11inefttor your money back Never sold in bulk oodDrMUes Jiavehadache caused by catarrh until six years Pliestheme relief Since then a have not had ono hard attack because I tako a Pill OSAtJ1oPEnSFEEE VITALITI IPack4gePaIn Pilla the New Sdentiao RemPdy OurSpecialistyou what Is wronr how to it COLAIIORATORIEB 1 It iiiiiOTiI Q iIxIbr-V f I S i ll2 f t FOR f I r- tf WINTER j 1 i V t l Is the woman who conies here early and secures if I one of these Snug Stylish Handsome Jackets + lstuff1tstysAll Sizes Suitable for ullug8nn4nll I f wonderful Values at the Special prices we quote T on them s i i v SL Dont Forget About t J Coming Early fl I V 1 = J 110il IRsIi t W WILLIAMS Z of The Clay City Millinert The Wh ite t Wh ite Cake Tae sight tLTaht Polls J tf And Flakiest Biscuit Are Made When You TJse Pearl and Bakers Pride F1O11FVV r I Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteedr MANUFACTURED BY jACAI VERSAILLES KY l ft Sold by our Leading Merchants i + + + + + + + + + + f I 1 + + ++ cS+ + + + + + +++Ho+++INSURE WITHrg IF A LYON M it nt1JItI The Lending Znteurancie A + Of 2aHtem Jioiitu lcy i iOver 200000000 f f Represented I ta 1 Everyone who knows anytbingabout insurance know 1 Jithey are leaders in this line 1 i a tf+ + + + ++ + + +X + + 44++ +444+4it+ 14 b+ A M POLKADOTCANS RzLI 1bU1PY01Y- Ll jTX c IINT Trrrrw p5 M MVt =M == = rriW M w T M r MWaFrr m ropettyadmakenpsaeeBut4Thciei one Indiwnublr reason whyss rnice every boom punier wilt uknowUdtr nt Oil it Uu Ltle oI fH sal iir Itl nerd w buJ huht POtrtIrOCD the deslere bares not from the Kidvmued uin- sisi ew The ptlM Oui If re IMUMIMl6 Littlepage Son1ft6C L e A I LAVCIJYj KY iC li a THE H TIMES j r f J AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER d i 1 t t THURSDAY DEC 7 1005 V l LOCAL BREVITIES f R in Mt SterW Gassidy wasf i ling Tuesday on business p Tho river has been on a rani t page twice the past week Cashier J F Cox of Bowling Green was here a few days this I week b Only eighteen days unti fit Christtmas better begin to fix up ifforit f Mrs J F Webb whose limes swasreported iln former issue z r hasabout recovered I L B McIntosh and Herbert McIntosh of Sams were in the0 city Monday on business Merchant W G Patrick of Kimbrell was in the city Tuesday transacting business J If you want to always be on time keep your watch in good repair I See Webb The rabbit market is brisk and the huntsmen are eagerly pursuing the coveted game t 1 The trialof Max ORear for the 1cutting of Dr Irvin has beer continued in the Circuit Court until the March term Mrs Newton Puckett of Jack son is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ware on Hard wicks Creek this week The recent session of Circuit Court ordered the city we an- ri informed ito put in u pontoon bridge across Red river where the old bridge was located e TILE TIMES would make an ideal Christmas present for father 1 mother brother sister son or daughter or in fact any other Lt relative or friend Try it this year c 1 Georgo White who has been sojourning in the state of Illinois for the past two years returned Saturday and rumpr has it that he will shortly end his single blessedness Last Thursday was a good for Thanksgiving and it was spent here in the usual manner hunt ingand turkey eating that is where the turkey happened to I be on hand The ground was most covered f t with snow Sunday morning the first of any consequence for this 1fall According to well known weather forecasters there will be 1 a plenty more before spring l Dr Littlepage received a tel ephone message Tuesday announ t Mrsri Sharp at K tyMrs Litrlopage left oh the af= ternbon train that day and attend 7t cd the funeral yesterday i It seems to be the policy of r ninny to allow their life incur ance to lapse owing to recent f scandalous exposures while at t t tosametime these life insur aiuse companies uro proven to bey i1i to Mss w lio11 solvent and really now- A tIItylre in better condition than ever e re Stick to your life fJ 1tj policy it8tjll isa valuble docu I tA merit Jj I iPftttern llats altered of copied It rcl uhiltl it at iiire JV1j1fAinB Store Clay City Icy0 J t miEery J1I Iftf V ItI l V- r 1 ItIF + It j f lif9t 1 lI dr ffv l nh =The TiiiKS wishes for Sant Claus to call on us this Christina and leave at least an hundred new subscribers Ve think he ought todo this dont you You can help in that matter so be slmro you do it A Family Mixture William Holder of Estill coun ty whose wife left him sometime ago this week found her at Frankfort Ind where she was living with Frank Holder hoi husbands son by a former wife Investigation showed that she wus married to Frank Holder It September A prosecution for bigamy will probably follow Winchester Democrat Come papers are advocating a law to prohibit the killing of quail for five years We are a gainst any such law uniesSit be amended so newspaper men can kill such game any time they have an oportunity We havent been hunting for 5 years and from thefioodof work before us we know we cant get ofF this fall andnow to legislate against us and cut us out for five more years is too bad and we are against any such law 1tlad SMillions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism to another when if they would only cut good food and Seep this bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quick euro for liver and stomach trouble 25c at SwannDay Lum ber Cos store guaranteed Camptoh is said to be the growingest town in Eastern Ken tucky The oil excitement is at fever heat and the place has the past year gained six hundred in population A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to en dure the terrible torture of piles I can truthfully say writes Hur ry Colson of Musonville la that for Blind Bleeding Itchingand Protruding PlIes Bueklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Aloo best fur cuts burns and injuries 2Gu at SwannDay Lumber Com panys store A movement has been talked up the past week to have this town placed in a city of sixth class instead of firth class the station itnow occupies The chief difference would bejif we were in the lower class we could not collect but 50 cents taxes whereas we can now collect 75 cents on the hundred dollars and we could not raise the saloon lie cense to more than 500 00 while we can now raise them to 1000 The change can only be made by the Legislature There is nothing more provoking than an inuorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew filer ancJII1verslUlthaml1et him fix it All work guaranteed j for SalqFlea Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is rich river bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and all nec essary out building + Six food springs on the place convenient to- 3Ohnolaild etc plenty of timber to keep fence up on the place c will grow corn wheat tobaecci and ey ery thing else raised IIi bite State Will be sold as the whole or diyjd ed in two tracts TJilij fs a rare bargainiitcrptmgulurc8IJqn 1 J EnB Q uli Cj4y City f I Fi t 1 Go as low as you please ther is always an evil below which we have transcended Go as high as we please there is a good to be obtained The Hicks Almanac For 1906 The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 1906 but his Monthly Journal Word Bnd Works has been changed into Ii large and costly Magazine and it will contain his storm and weathe forecasts and other aetronomica features complete The Novembe number now ready contains the forecasts from January to June 1000 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December 1906 The price of this splendit Magazine is one dollar a year See it and you will have it The No vember and January numbers con taming the Rev Irl R Hicks fore casts for the whole year and mon complete than ever can be had by sending at once 25 cents to Wore and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo Removal Notice On or before November 15tl Dr Bertram Smith the Dentist will move his office to the fine room upstairs in the Central Ho tel annex next door to the exchange on main street in orde to get better light and will fit up the most complete Dental Of fice in Eastern Kentucky Many men of today seem to think dishonesty is the best poll cy and that business and Chris tianity are diametrically oppos ed to each other- Furious Fighting For seven years writes Gee W Hoffman of Harper Wash I Iiid a bitter battle with chron ic stomach and liver trouble but at diseasesbyhebititingly qecommend them to all and dont intend in the futoii to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderlit medicine to have cured such a bad case na mineSold under guarantee to do the same for you bj SwannDay Lumber Company at 50c a bottle Try them today Many men are sure they car be better off if they can only pass away with their Sunday suits on Torture of a Preacher The storyof the torture of Rev O D Moor1 PI rtor of the Baptist church of Ilarpersville N Y will interest you He says I suffered agonies because ofa persistent cough Jresultoing from the grip I hud to sleep pitting up in bed I tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings Now Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved mo from con sumption A brand cure for dis used conditions of Throat und Lungs At Swann Day Lumber Co s store price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Happiness would be bleak sorrow for background Farm For Sale Farm of nacres one mile from Clay ditGood dwelling and out buildings 5 two never falling springy rice 8000 one half cash This is 11 snap that will soon be taken up J E BuuauEit Town Property for Sale Two cottages bn Seventh avo with seven lots back of Presbyteri in church Will be sold at a biiiv join M Bailey Patrpnize a hoiiiv industry by uyin ttlO best Uour S OV Flake md White Pass v 1 I 1I If Startling Facts A E BARNETT i 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 thins you needat prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from i Caper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon vor 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 give us your trade wnalRemember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY n Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilos 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered Clay City H F Hilei meyer Sims I Blue GrassNurseries LEXINGTON KY Oiler for the Fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit und Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but tell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLERI t 4 CLAX CITY KY Custdm work six days in the we Fresh Ground Molted Meal always on hand Grinds for suesixth toll I WMD1wIta11 = v I Ifet r I rM 5l I a rsIf J I Nj THIS WinchesfeiBatik I1con1 ORATED N H WnuEJtsrooy Prc3 Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of indivil uals firms and corporations 848 a C F DANIEL GLjVf CITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid foi Chick ens Egs und kinds Potiy Cray City Hotel J II EATON Prop r Table supplied with tIll hest the markert affords Everything nwit and clern Rates 8150 per day IEXPERIENCE TRADE OYRIG MARKSIJtnrono termini aketrh tcojcertnm our I J whether au JlAleII1toCommunlcAoUnnolrlctlrconUdentlaL piteuurnlonu e- Ipttlal nice without cbano III be Scientific Jhtterican A hnndlomfl Illnitrated Weedlr T rcest olr cnlitlon otn tclentiao Journal Term 13 a Toiuri fnurnaonthstl noiradealera YrkJSraoch e i 3 1 IP 1 I OUT rr OUTIi says the doctor to many of his patients because he doesnt knew of any medicinal treatment That will positively euro womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however has been proved by theIwonderful cures performed on diseased women In thousands of cases by l S Womans Relief It has saved the lives of thousands of weak sick women and hs rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of n chronic invalldism it will cure you If you will only give it a chante Sold at every drug store In 100 bottles Try It G WJtnS US A LSTTI3 freely and frankly In strltest confi jj dance telling us all your troubles We will send Free Advice In plain sealed envelope Address LaJIw jj Advisory Dept The Chattanooga V AeJIdne Co Chattanooga Tenn Z tmtr ti dn Kimbrell wasiMrs Mattio EKinton has been sick for several days William 01cm has moved 01 Johnson Harris place near Su gar Loaf mountain Gentry tr Stone have finished sawing lumber for Harris tC Bowlis and will soon move their mill if they do not sell Miss Dorsie Stockton of Wu co a former teacher of the pub lic school at this place visited Mrs John W Tttttlo last week Mrs Johnson Harris and- LetherRichard 1 Harris BOIV RobeRichrdson Saturday i Sunday and Moirday L Snow Creek T D Kerr will soon move to tho D McKinney farm in Estill countyElic s Howard purchased of Frances Vivion some corn for 1 diper barrel i Robert Eads and wife visited relatives at Kiddville several days the first of the week J G Vivion and wife of Kiddville visited the formers mother at this place lust week Mr W R Vivion formerly of l this place but for the past few years of Winchester and Miss Mary Love of that city were very quietly married lust Wedi es day Nov 29 in the Central Christian church at Lexington in the presence of ti few witnesses Rev Meador assistant pastor oiliciated Immediately after the ceremony they left for Winches ter to make their home They have a host of friends hero who wish them much success Virden Willie Curtis is in Olark coun ty this week on business I J M Everman of Argyle was in Clay City Monday on business Mrs O 0 Curtis and Sudio h visited friends at Argyle Tues I day L Mrs Eliza Hinds of Lexing iton visited her parents lait I G B Olemonsboughfc a fat hog of J W Hudson afcC cents per pound I Mrs Pearl Eaton of vexing Ir lHCARDU GAVE UP surronTsa x I wore a supporter for years for ny womb which hail crowded every- tHing down More It wlvs stirs S J Chrlsman of Mannsville N Y I suf fered untold misery nrJ could hardly I walk After taking Canhil 1 gave up rmy supporter and cnn now be en m feet a at a time 4 gJ tL t f w I ton spent Thanksgiving with homo folks Mrs Pattie Ware of Clay Oily visited friends hero from Satur day until Monday 1 E Fisher bought 40 shocks of fodder of Greely Snowden at 5 cents per shock The infant child of Mr antI Mrs Jnmes Johnson we are gird Ito state is much batter IWe had a big rain Saturday night and a snow- Sunday morning tho first of the season John Williams nnd family of Waltersville visited his mother Mrs Rebecca Williams Sunday uU loudul w c r t Dr Johnson of Stanton was called here Saturday to see the little child of James Johnson who is very ill with croup Mrs Rebecca Williams moved Friday into a house belonging to G D Cook and Silas Curtis moved into the house vacated by Mrs WilliamsB bought a lot of pine timber of T B Fisher on Snow Creek and is having it cut and hauled to the saw mill at this place John Baker your champion poultry raiser sold nlotof Black Spanish hens tho other day to a poultry dealer and two of them brought 00 cents each Beat that boys if you can Dr Smith and J II ORear of Olay City spent Thanksgiv ing in West Wood neighborhood hunting and had fine success killing 18 birds and 12 rabbits A few more such raids and they will clean time platter Green Michell one of the clever and uptodate young men of Elkin Clark county visited friends hero from Wednesday till Saturday and during his stay hero he was one among the number after the quail and Mr Rab bit Mr Michell is a crack shot every time he shot the feathers would lly or the birds would mil- an consequehtly he got n fine lot of game Come again Green there are some birds hero yet tdilChristian Aid Socle ty desires to take in little jobs of work such as plaits sewing quilt ing mending cleaning and press fug suits of clothes and various things too numerous to mention at veryre3sonublepricos Packaged and orders willbe takeivcare of at ITS SeareyS kWiINOTICE Tlin nkiiix mrVIHrOI1Aforthmr- ihelul pntronngein thepast and lie many kindnesses extended I will say that the cold weather is lose at hiinilttiullowing to my lenljh being IHI d will close lilY gallery very semi Now for u short 1 inie I can sell n few very nice frames at very Low Prices and would like to see as mummy of my friends that wants photos for thuirselves ujid families as can ome in before the roads arc bad and those that have work already finished in the gallery are respectfully requested to come and pay tip and take the workout because I need tie money and it is right that I should have it Thanking every body for favors I urn sever J W HENIIV Everything in uptodate Dress Goods amidat Popular prjceg Mrs J Williams Clay City Ky J FEELING LIVERISH Thfe Morning 1 TAKE I A Gentle And UxotiveJ TRADE srarsrr-a cbtianfaI all countries ortno tedWIfSKA PATENTS THAT PAY thoroozWjttour osirnee anti bay jott M xbI 1portonPASSING REFERENCES For tree Ooldo Hook on ITofltabla PatenU write to B03SOB Sventh StreetWASHINGTON O CX I IIf You ARE P too iivenAway I The Wwkly Courier Journal Henry Watt sons pnjer wants to share the profits of this prosper ItI10U to S20 amounting to 6100 in nil There will bo four general i prpont of 8100 850 tc3O ami 820 it20Itucky Indiana Tcnneesee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fur and simple Writ to the Courier Journ 1 al Company Louisville Ky for a COlof the Weekly ConrierJourn- jnl giving full details It will be sent fr- eeHenry S Patterson Letters from JEurope Will Be I A Leading Featur j CourierJournalDuring of THERE WILL HE MANY OTII EK ATlRACTlOE DEPART MBNTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER I Mail ttntes- Daily Courier otirnnl 1 year 0 j Daily and Sunday 1 year R Weekly 1 year 1 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements You can THE TIMESI And the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL I Both one year for only One DollarI This is for crijh subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination t offer must be sent through the TIMES ollice A Democrat II 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 Democrats to slnn pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1008 It is a practical method for the organiza tion of the party by the rank and file in order that it may prove true to its nime und be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little investiga tion will convince you that the Commoner has hit upon a feasible and effective method of persuading Democrats to participate in the councils of their party These pledges are pouring jnto the Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully filed by state coun ty and voting precinct- If the same interest manifested in this work during the past four months is maintained du ring tho next two years the total membership will exceed four million Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription I ayenr- nyspecialnrrangement for a short time only we offer tho Clay City Times and The Commoner 0eemu tnr SI 10 Address all orders to THE TIMES Clay City Ky II TLaxti iQuin1p1eT wts Jsvlll1btn aNH M wf1Z rNW iI TJ 4 e t t A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching Blind Bleedingor 1roi trudirigPileH Druggists rund mon ey if PAZO OIjNTIMENT fulls to cure nay case no matterof how longstanding in G to 11 days First ap plication gives ease tint rest POc If your druggist hasnt it send life in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Purls Medicine Co- St Louis MotThe Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the mostireliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERALSUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY KILLTHECUCHtAND CURE THE LUNCS WITHOrm Kings c Nawiisc 1 rv FOR cONSUMPTION Prlc- oCOcSIOO Freo Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all rTHROAT and LUNG TROUD LES or MONEY BAGS Lexington Eastern Ey Effective 0l 221905 t EASTDOU IY No2 Stations P m No ILv Lexington 22G 715 Winchester 810 825 ilL EJunction n 23 8187 4 Olay City 31i6Dt3Stanton 4 06D 23 I llosslyn 412 028 Natural Bridge 435 Ob4 Torrent 440N 1008 BenttyvllleJunc fil1 1028 0 K Junct 0 5 1126 Ar Jackson 010 1180 WEST BOUND Stations No3 P 11 1ALv Jackson 825 025 O K Junct S 30 00 BeiittyvllleJunca20 716 Torrent 847 747S Natural Bridge 401 t1 F- 1I08S oj I yiStanton 4SO 888 Clav City 489 887 14 LE Junction 5 03 010- it Winchester 020 023 t 1 Lexington 6 Q1jl011A- lltrnlnsdaily a except Sundny Trains Nos 3 and 4 make connect tint at Beattyvlllo Junction with L A Railway for local stations oil L R A Hallway old connect ntOA K Junction for local stations onO IK 5 Hallway No 1 and 8 connect at Ii R E Junction with c AOlorl1tBtcrllngtJ n BAKB Gen Manager F To Cure a old in One Day eIBromo IS- 4- AM IOenPu ICHTM Jre Crip loa L2 k c R- I1tY1 F t