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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 f THE GLAYl CITY TIMESi c u Ii 50 Cents a Year In Advanci We are hereto help CIStythe Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOTz 10 CLAY CITY KYTJ r EUESDAY DECEMBER 14 1905 NO hO Clay City Now a Dry Tows Friday night Kennons saloon license expired Indfhe last litoti in Oluy City was closed n account of the prevailing of local which was vote lust January There has yet nu developed any blind tigers tha we have heard of and no drug i gists are illegally selling Han with the good officers now on du ty there will not be much whisky illegally sold in Clay City fhisI question can not come up again until the March term of Circuit Court and In this time wo can test the merits of the localop tion law Ifit proves to be o- no force and the election i knocked out we need not vote itt again Deputy Sheriff Gran t Holliday of Breathitt county was shot an killedat Jackson Sunday afternoon while endeavoring to arres Jake and Jerry Noble Jake No ble was shot in the face by HoJ lidoy and is seriously wounded but probably will recover There is much excitement at Jackson and some people ascribe the kill ing to ill feeling growing out o the recent election Vararidas Pickets Rte Of Real The cement find at Sttinton is manage tlartd oftlarksdwill employ at least one hundred men and this number will be increased us the business will jus tify The now industry will be the life of Stanton and will cause the county seat to double in pop monthssunI bounded success Blackburns Deputy Robtdas totall the been conceded that Mr Blackburn not attend the office bocauso ho has other business that pays him more than the office The question has been setafcharge of the office Jan 1st This SHIMPESSELSrr T Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory is still in the field with the usual LARGE STOCK of General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goode at the Best This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little Seasonable GOAds At host Am now closing out AT COST a j of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery nod Etc In fact ulL Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Full Stocklhis is a chance for V uir you need any of these goods School Books Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always nri hand Telephone 08 Goods delivered to u1 parts of the city SHIM F BBSELS I RELIANCE MFG- Winchester Lox I Ky r We Manufacture Sash Flooring 4 moors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding MStalrwajrs Sliinglesand Store Fronts Merit while would results t Prices While Y We are FlecdqucrtersFwor Building Paper Felt Roofing J llntoid Ropfiing Jand Etc i l Sendus r Your0 estimatesi f 1 Prompt Shipments Jx tr y- t t I 1t J 1 1t j 1 t f- kr 4 df 1n t tr r l 7YrrrrRs T c tt T 10 + Y will come as a surprise to most every one as it was considered a sure fact that Major J B Black burn would get the place but Mr Blackburn says the duties are too confining for him Walter Day at Home It is reported here that W R Day has returned to his family countyHowsay as we have seen nothing a bout it in the papers We gain ed our information from a truth justfromhim in his store again and that his indebtedness had been com promised at 50 cents to the dol lar Trained Teachers Needed But how are we to reach coun try life and uplift itexcept through the schoolroom And how shall we reach it in this man ner unless we send to the ten thousand schoolrooms of Kentucky onlyknoware filled with an inspiration to build up the State by building up the common people Such teachers willwork a revolution in farming in gardening in everything I Why can we not have themWe shall have trained teachers as soon as the people awaken to I the fact thafcto make our Com itiQuYScltrroYsiGcicntnat stitutiou of Kentucky requires those who teach our schools must be trained in profession of teach ing them ns well as educated in the branches to be taught Kentuckys hour of opportunity is now at hand What willshe do with it Will she make gen eral education by trained teach erf the basis of her future growth and greatness or will she hesitate and continue to allow the masses of her growing citizens to come up un der the old regime withuntrained 1 and in some instances even uned ucated teachers The action of the next Legisla ture will answer this question but remember that your Representative and Senator represent you and if you believe we should make an advance step with the object of put ting our educational system on a sure and sound baxis it is your du ty to write to your Representative and Senator and express to them your conviction in the matter Whature you going to do about it 0 A Good Law A bill introduced by Congress mUll Burleson of Texas at the opening of congress makes it a penitentiary offense for the offi cers of National banks insurance companies railroad companies and other corporations to con tribute to political compaign funds You ought to see those pretty Hots at Mrs J W Williams and at prices to suit every one Alis JrWWHIiame Clay City Ky r l 8 t IfSoS Now for The Holiday Trade B3 We have a complete line of goods in our Store and feel Ithato Our line of Useful and Ornamental Holiday Articles fur M fithingo will find the prices like the goods pleasing and astonishing i We wish to call your attention to the Ajax brand of BlueeEnameled Ware which is tle superior of any granite ware e ever brought to this market and it is cheap Following thisxj 85c 0qt Pudding Puns 30e 2qt Dippers 25c 2qt Cairo 1 puts 25c We also have a large and new line of Tinware that will please you Imanyspecial attention to our line of Underwear in all sizes is complete Caildrens Union Suits in sizes 4 0 ami I whichIcents Line of UQlinch Table Felt only 45o per yard Good ling of Staple and Fresh Grocetes Plenty of can dies toys and etc for Christmas We have a line of Toilet preparations which we will give way to our customers whose cash purchases to from 81 00 to 82 00 or more amoultI All the Shoes now in the house Mil be sold AT close them out at once Come at once for bargains toIYours for business t I d B T0NW0 lay Cify Icy t- I T t t The people to whom life is u tolifeOur line of Fall Millinery is ready for your inspection It ip nil one could wish Words but poorly des upIpreciated Clay City Ky Notice to HunAll persons are hereby notified tolnot hunt or tresspsics an lands belonging to the yBOther names will be added to this list for 50 cents each nnn n PROFESSIONAL GAUDS andnranmnmnnna nnnropnnnnnnnnw Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY rrnwhereolhlzhirade R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OL4Y OITV 0 KY B R SMITH M D 1YSIOIAN UROEON CLAY CITYf KY F 0 I Clay City National Bank Capital 5000000 Surplus 6000001t 0tCrowned with Success gas have been our efforts in they past to provide the most cotnJ Imliihi and extend every J iiccmmodiition consistent wi conservative management lIt rl shall not relax our unite WUr04 t keep in the forefrontof projr j- We solicit the accounts of b lOess men generally 11111 Iftp your customers that all business entrusted to our care will receive o our very promptest attention and 2 be handled with nil possible care and accuracy ONE DOLLAR will sart a savings account on which we pay o 3efo interest compounded semi annually Correspondence invited Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky S 0 I V s t SPOUT SPRING Circuit1 Court corlvenedIre vine Monday James F McKinney attended Irvine Court Monday II F Christopher niade a bus iness trip to Clay idly the first of the week Tiiintny Christopher visited lear friends jieur Winchester this week Thomas MeKinney gave the boys an old tinge husking bee on Monday Mrs Jumes F MoKinney has it en quite sick for some time liit is some better at this time Mrs Ann French of Hani wicks Creek visited her sister Mrs B F Wright several days last week Mr and Mrs George W Lew is of near Mt Sterling are visiting the hitters fattier James F MeKinney Our school is still progressing nicely under the able instruc tions of our efficient and popular teacher Miss Amunda Todd John Ken w loneduy this week move to the D McKinney farm which lie recently rented of the present owner Riley Ram = sev Russell Christopher moved to the Win Curtis form on the riv er which was some weeks ago vacated by Berry Barnett who moved to his farm near here Joptha Spry formerly of this place but who has been living in McLean county Illinois for the past few years has purchased a farm nearWinnipeg Manitoba in Dominion of Canada and will tnove there ame Imo nxt earr + In Memoriam Mrs Florinda Spry died Mon day December 4 1905 at her home place with pneumonia When the summons came she breathed out her last moments sweetly and her soul returned to the Lord who gave it She was a devoted member of the Methodist church for fifty yenrp and during MIOPO years she Jived nn exemplary Christian life The subject of this sketch was born in Estill county Ky Jan 17 1884 being therefore 71 years 11 months and 13 days old tine was married to JoscphI Spry when 23 years old t them were born six children as follows One of them is dead J and those surviving are Mesdames Viney Vaughn Hothey McKin ney Rosa Adams Corda Ballard and Hester Curtis Her remains were laid to rest in the old Spry grave yard on the place by the side of her husband who preceded her in death six years ago- During her last illness she en joyed talking of her future hope and though she was very weak she said it didnt worry her to talk of her Savior and heaven In her death the remaining family has lost a loving and care ful mother j the community and her church one of their true and faithful constituents But what is our loss is her eternal gain Representative Browrilow the only Republican in Congress from Tennessee has a bill to estab list a home for the negroes in l Washington This billwould 1cOrimand more support if the Home were to be located in his home town instead of the na ions capital I I f r f OTHE v u rUUUSIIED EVKUY TIIUU8DAT J E IJiirqhcr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 5 tents Entered as secondclass 1l11nll mutter Thursday December 14 1105 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers welnYtnrranged club tateR pricesbelowTime TIMES and CourierJournal 100 tt Cincinnati Enquirer 110 1 Louisville Commercial 75 1 Home and Farm 75 During the past week we have read of several deaths and some half dozen other accidents not so serious happening in foot ball games A peculiar fatal accident was that of Carl Osborne of Rockville Ind who had a rib broken and the rib driven through his heartEx- To successfulbecome farmer requires a broader knowledge of facts and principles than is re quired to become a successful banker A few years ago P GI Holdcn a public school teacher in one of our northwestern states introduced some studies bearing upon the increased production of corn As a direct result of the intelligent methods thus evolved the value of last years corn crop in the single state of Iowa was increased 8000000000 Our educational system is do ing little td build up country life We need to develop a branch of turedtlcational 8y8tonirwirtclr shall be especially helpful in building up our farm homes our farming and rural affairs and country life generally Prof Hays in Review of Reviews Clay City Ky July 14U5 Dr BertramSmithClay Ky Dear Sir The dental work you did for us is giving entire satis faction and we recommend you to any person in need of dental work Yours truly Henry Waldrpn Geo W Rice Mr Waldrons work consisted of bridge work as follows Two porcelain faced Central Incisors bridged between two gold crowns set on two Latteral Incisors Mr Rices work consisted of the painless extraction of 0 teeth one Gold Crown one Porcelain Crown and three fillings To my Friends in Powell Co I desire to state that I was troubled very much with dyspepsia owing to bad teeeth I went to Dr Bertram Smith the Clay City dentist who extracted my teethwithout pain treated my gums and made mean upper and lower set of teeth that gives me perfect satisfaction I have gained 12k pounds in 40 days I recommend him as an experienc ed dentist who will keep his word J B Hanimons I take great pleasure in recommending Dr Bertram Smith of Clay City asa dental surgeon HE does his work skillfully andu extractsteeth without pain R3v BA Irvjn To whom it may concern If you wantteethpul led quickly go o Dr Bertram Smith he is the fastest extractor 1 ever saw Qurecommend him to jiriy friends MrsJ W Ham t Co s t r I would Jit f day to allrWho are in need of dental work that it will be to your interest to go to Dr Bertram Smith who does his work perfect Hind painless lanlso well pleased with iny work that wouldItot take ten times the trice paid und have my teeth in the saiue condition Ho understandslUs business Mrs Frances Lowry Rosslyn Ky t 100 Reward 300 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn thai there is at least- one dreadful disease that science has been able to cure in all its eta gi s and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is thy only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease requires a con Ftitutionnl treatment Hulls Cat arrh Cure is taken internally act ing directly upon the blood und mu couP surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in do ing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers Unit they offer O Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of te monihls AddressF CHENET f Co Toledo O Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation For Sale or Rent House of several rooms in good repair Apply at this office for in formation Woo tbIEfIIG t Ittetg and Quickly Cores wban an others tall- Ylat Eo n will regain their lost Kid old Bea will recover their vigor br Ming It quickly sad MM Lost llghW all thet of or which salts one forstudy tnalnMi or It not only cures by starting atthe seat of dlseaw but storing the flee of U wurdi off Tnunlt and oa Ilftllll other II cm be surfed In wtt pocket By mall tile mosey Book and adrUa free Add rest I ROYAL CO iREVIYORESTORES VITALITY Mdea Well Man CDE tbbove aUslii30day powerfully miabood youthful BEVIYO surtlrrntormlfeiTonC VlUlltr Impotency Hralnloai iMtPowerFslllnff Dlieue8tnd MlItboM eaenssnd indlscnuon muritg brlqlayouth eoptlonIiWa BEVlVOBO wWa1IItMEDICINE t1GInyCwcAOo For Snloln Clay City Ky By B Littlepage Son For Pain MllesIthe Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing The nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine andother dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action is obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects Toucan safely depend upon Dr Miles AntlPalnVPills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Hheumatlam Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act ion on the nerves almost Instantly re hero such distressing feelings ns diz ziness Carsickness Indigestion Irri etcNotalso absolutely cure because by perse withtheDr Miles AntiPaIn Pills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never Bold in bulk 1 am thankful for the good Dr candaredoinghad spells of severe throbbing Jftad IXreanlagopvameone hard attack because I take a Pill dltlcullGiOSAUNDERS FREE TrialPackage I Patin Pills the New SelentifloRemlldy for PaIn Also Symptom Specialist will your tell you what Ilwropgand chow torlht It Free DRMtLJ18 II DICAL CO LDORATOJlM1i1y t1HDi 1 1 tr If i n + xk yo I i r i t 1 j ol w a 1 1 + 1- LI S o 4 Y t 1 will be to YIr mod 1 vantage to see Our- AssortmentsII ih J I IIiIIIt or n WtaiDress Goods ctlsit Dress Goode Victoria Dress Linings Sills Black TnlMasnnd 1Peat d Soles White Goode- Household Linens 0 Dress Linl s- Gingbams Percales Edits DtmesiicH A T7TDrt cr t JIt t IiaceCurtainp fIWjnilow hadest 1IFuns Laces and Embroideries 1 I Ribbons SI1rtUridrwclTNot olis r 1J 1 I Gloi sAnil Hosiery Handkerchiefs i Umbfeilus xIJ Iy y I i i The Dress Goods House of Clay City O I u j IrMRS 1 W WILLIAMS Clay City Kentucky Y B ll 1 The hitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit 2 ri tA SS Are Matte When You UKO y Pearl and Bakers Pride FIo I jPTakeMANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSt11LLESKYFSold by our trading Merchant I f + + +t11 O + +f+++ + +++ ++00 IIVSTJBE WITH 1qi F A LYON B0NJt jr The Loading Int h of JCuwtoru Kentuc Icymtof l + i Over 200000000 + f+ Represented + ji Every one who knows anything about insurance know errfathey are leaders in this line y + or + rf + + i +X+ + + + + H+ Sn POLKA DOT CANS Mb5tURNtWE dir 2ifaitsXA small liwnuncni In inacllcrcai1y to the slue ind beauty ol your pioptnjruJ 01heBut whf you piini buy only MWM S I 11koQIIwlJht talijiotj8 LittlepageY Son Im j- f t- S l t d 1 itJx k lsi it r5- J 4tL CLAY CITY KY I AsTIMES PAPERtrrtT1URSDAY I EO14 1905- cittirt T f LOCAL BREVITIES Vv ff I U P Douglas of Levee Was 1 rilIthe city Saturday on busi Ji t tIC99 f t 1 Ijl John McFhorson of Levee vis tttlil liis son B M MePhersoh tturdIlY It Mrs Ed Moore who has lleen tN Vuito sick for 8tim i time iith- i pr vingslowlyt I Attorney 0 F Spencer of YinclesterwnsbereSatur a ionI 1 If you want to always be onHime keep your watch in good repair See Webb j t Tom Tipton of Millers Creek I i was hero last week looking after some timber matters k Elder fiTs Burgher of Win I chester was the guestof his son Friday and Saturday Certain sections of Sixth nvb flue are not frequented so much now as they used to be Mrs Gen W Lewis of Mt Sterling visited her sister Mrs J E Burgher Tuesday The little child of Mr and Mrs 0 F Daniel was very sick soy eral days this week bit is now improving 1 Note change in Mrs Williams advertisement this week and1 f visit this store and examine stock r before making purchases Olarence GravQtt of Oarlock Ill arrived hero Tuesdn to spend several weeks with home folks on Hnrdwicks Creek The Clay City Brass Band was F reorganized here Friday night They made congratulatory visits to a number of homes on this vdate where they were heartily received Dont forget that thoiTuiKg is I looking for a hundred new names t r on its subscription list by Janua 1 ry est Santa will certainly be I a good old fellow if he remem wnyIIt H Ourtis will have a sale of all his personal property at i his residence at Walters Ferry j two miles east of Olay City f Wednesday December 20 For t particulars see hand bills There will be but one more issue L J of this paper until Christmas l So please get a move on and come to our office and subscribe in time to help us get one hundred U now names for a Christmas gift We need them Out on Ball i Ma tt1Tracy who is indicted for f vtmrkiiiing of Jim Willie Ware r ulthiscitytistsummer has been admitted tbbnil in the sum of iji3i00 00 whfchjieha given with J i his cousin Jas A Wallace of y Irvine as bondsman tr New Advertisement rout attention is directed to 1 the new advertisenieiit of J B iEnton which first appeared last 1S wc which wus received too 1 late to make mention of in our lasttissue Jklr Eaton has a nice jf line of some special goods that- tmusebeseen to be uppreciat ed t filJ 1 tppSa this stolbywhe It I tllrepn Ilol orspjno 4 nice at fitr prices ti l j I ItL r iV rf t r- rtf O 11 tor fo It l rn i r t iI ryf Y I I 11 JY JA 6 y iix- t10 r t 0 it 0 I I Jt1 to l jf J i J tdI r g I m iYI ft f I j Dr Littlep age inns in Ldxiiig toil yeBterday f Pftttern Hats alteried or copied while you waifat Mrs Williams Millinery Store Clay City Ky Thomas F Kice of Grayson Ky while moving his household goo sto Arkansas was found dead in n boxcar containing his live stock at Russell Ky He had been shot through the heart William Ne tan Buatty yiliej u brakeman on the Louis ville tC Atlantic railroadwas slut and killed by James P Gum a section hand The cause of the trouble between the two is not knowit Our dentist Dr Bertram Smith has sonic very valuable testimo nials from some of our best people in this issue Dr Smith has also finished up sonic highgrade dental work for members of th4 editots family which is in every way satisfactory We can there fore heartily recommend him and his modern dentistry to nil of our readers In Mad Chase Millions rusts in mad chnse after health from one extreme of fadclism to another when if theywould only eat good food and keep their bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would nilas away Proirpt rvlcf and quick euro for liver and stomach trouble 25c nt Swnnn Day Jim ber Gos store guaranteed Apropos the pending action of the Powell Circuit Cqurt in the local option contest we received one of the best temperance articles we ever saw writ ten by one of our lady readers It was true and to the point but as the case is still pending we the present It is reported that thirtytwo college boys have been killed in foot hall games this fall1his brutalsport should no longer be tolerated in our colleges and schools In some schools more time is devoted to foot ball than to the development of the intel lect and it is high time that a halt was calledMt Sterling Gazette A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of piles I can truthfully say writes Har ry Colson of Musonville la that for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Palest Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best euro made Alo best for cuts burps and injuries 25c at SwunnDay Lumber Com panys store A very large amount of poverty is due to yant of thought ill people spending money i1hcre is nothing more provoking than an incorect time piece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler and silver smith and let him fix it Alt Work guaranteed For Sale Fine Farm of 23pu re8 100 acres of which is richiriver bottom and bench landI three miles from Clay City Nqw dwelling tenant house and nil nee essary out buildings Six good springs oil the place convenient to school and etc plenty of timber to keep fence up on the place j wOl grow corn wheat tobacco and ev ery tiling else raised in the iState Will btj sold us the whole oc divid ed in twI tracts Mis isarare bargain Forparticulurcall on JrEBunGHWi Claypity 4C1f 71 J7 l tJr 4 i jtltw r t i l f- tr r 1 w- 1Ye I Remember the Bazar given by tho liadies Aid of the Presbyter riau Church at tho Gymnasium Hall tonldrrow night Delicacies and lunches will also be served The Hicks Almanac For 1906 The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 190G but 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 llumbernorendy contains tho forecasts from January to June 1903 The January number ready December Othvill contain the forecasts frowJuly to December 1906 The price of this splendid Magazine is one dollar a year See it and you will have ft The November and January numbers con taming the Rev Irl R Hicks fore casts for the whole year and more complete than ever can be had by sending at once 25 cents to Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St LouIs Mo Removal Notice On or before November 15th Dr Bertram Smith the Dentist will move his oflico to the line roots up stairs in the Central lip tel tnnex next door to the exchange on stain street in order to get better light and will fit up the most complete Dental Office in Eastern Kentucky In a business transaction nev er try to influence a man by ap pealing to his sympathy Ohari ty begins at home f t Furious Fighting For seven years writes Gen W Hoffman of Harper Wash I load u bitter battle with chron ic stoinach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured iriy Uiseases luLLhe sciLJSlectricJliilArs I inr hesitatingly recommend them to all and dont intend in time future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bud case UH mine Sold under guaran byfhvannDuy 60 a bottle trrythem today 7 The question is vouldthe pub lic take so much interest in the foot ball game if it were aim mane sport instead of a brutish pass tl t Torture of n Preacher The storyof the torture of Rev O D Moore astorof the Baptist church of Hurueraville N Ywill interest you lie says 1 suffered agonies because ofn persistent cough resUlting from the grip I had to sleep sitting up in bed I tried many remedies without re lief until I tool Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved me from cOn sumption A grand cure for dis eased conditions of Throat and Lungs At 8 wannDay Lumber CDS store pVjce COe and 8100 guaranteed Trial buttlu free Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay CityGood dwelling and outbuildings two never failing springs Prico SIiOone half cash This is a snap that will upfTown Property for Sale TWo cottages On Sevtuth aye with seven lotabuck of Piesbyteri nn churuh Will be sold atJ a bur gain M Bailey Patronize a tom ii Flukeir I e f IJ j 1 til t 12 Jsr Lyj ttS 3- V J JJJ pln l- t Ii ri y r tt Startling Facts- AEi BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Le d With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you needat prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them Everything from i Paper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of BaconI MTRw 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 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 Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Black Creek Lime marks R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslhckend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at tho kilns 020 Lime Co cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Cluy City H F Hil eivmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY OlFer for tho Fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornuuentul trees Grape vines Aspurngup Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc Wo employ no Agents hut tell direct to the planter M BAILEY IMerchant an J Cu- stomMILLER t CLAY CITY Ky1 Custom work six lays in the we Fresh GrounJ Bolted Meal always on hanj Grinds for one sixth toll DeWitta HazelIt FiItiNS iwlI Seris- t I t e 1 1 vYyS 1 r C t r J S t rvqt r THE Vi lchesjej3ankNcontont N H WmiEi8roo Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of illllhiil oats firms and corporations 84S C R DANIEL CLAY CITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fat Chick i ens Eggs rind finds Poultry Clay City Hotel fJ II EATON Prop if e Table supplied with the best 11 marker affords Everything n 1 and elemhates 81 50 per dan EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I a TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 4cAnyone sending a tketrn find description may quickly ascertain our opinion w au InTcntmn la tlonmtrlctlTconadoutral HANO6UOlloilLtefrtia went tree Uldet agency for eecurlng tent dreceiveigcctalaaUc Scientific fliwrieattA handsomely Illnitrtlcd weekly Mrcestf cnUtlon ot an eclenUBo inurnul Termi t3 a- earttourmontbeL Sold broil newtdoalon iUNN Co3otaroda New York Urnncn Odea 135 F at I weahingtonDCaJ 4- t s rJr- dtr S Y sttil TIE DODGING PERIOD of a womans life Is the name often given to the change of lifer Your menses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they stop Some women stop suddenly The entire change lasts three or four years and it Is the cause of much pain and discomfort which can however be cured by taking I I I eFCAHOUII Womans Relief 1 It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability miserable Dsss forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weak ness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life At all druggists In 100 bottles Try It WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We will send Free Advice In plain sealed envelope AiJJress La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Virden J W Baker and C 0 Curtis were in Mt Sterling Tuesday on Imsiness Beckner Crk has returned from Lexington and is busy clerk ing in the store at this place Beckner is a fine salesman Thosmas Morehead sold a pair of work mules to Charley Faulkner for 5300 00 and bought a pair young mules of a Mr Lewis for JjilOO 00- The sale at John Berrys last Wednesday was very well attend ed and things sold very well G W Curtisbought one milk cOr f6rtIgTOnJermftn Ever man bought a work orsefor 56 50 B F Berry bought a calf for 4 uud other things brought fait prices Sams Corn is selling here at 250 barrelWinter is here again and the field is full of hunters The people at Sumstown are preparing for a nice Christmas Willie Hall has got his new house completed and has moved to same 4- If John Smyth moved from here to some point in Powell county t ThursdayCircuit Court convened at Irvine Monday with Judge Riddell on the bench Miss Cora Winburn visited her brother Harlin Winburu Mon day at Kimbrell Monday was County Court at Irvine and the usual number from here attended J W Elkin our clever mer chant has got a fine lot of Xmas presentsOalland see them ZM Minter has moved his shingle mill to the head of Calla ways creek and is sawing a fine lot of shingles Miss Amanda Todd the popu lar teacher at Spout Spring pass ed here Saturday on her way to Irvine to visit home folk- sJeffersonville Miss Chloe Smith visited Miss Chloe Low in Clark county this week t Mrs GcB Martinis very poor ly with rheumatism in herr arm snit feet A A I U EVERYTHING nUT DEATH I suffered writes Virginia Robson of Easton Md until I took Cardul which cured me so quickly It surprised my doctor who didnt know I was taking It Lamburt Martin of Illinois is visiting his grandfather Lou West in Powell county this weekJ Tom Carter has returned from below Louisville where he bus been holding meeting and reports successW Stevenson and wife and Tan Centers of Powell county visited Green B Martin and family Sunday The gas pipe line is moving a long nicely and the boys has hopes for some Christmas money Hurry boys W W Stevenson and G B Martin haveuaure4fuuuuta + Stanton where they bought a bout 800 turkeys at 11 cents per poond Mrs P Welch sold to G B Martin 118 14 worth of turkeys and kept eight or ton for seed and six or eight for her neighbors We would like to hem from the women in Powell that can beat that Lime as Fertilizer The writer while in a neigh boring state found that the more progressive farmers used lime as a fertilizer the lime in many cases being burned on the premises or near by The cost was quite low the building of the kilns and the burning being the greatest cost We noted that lands treated to a good coat of lime brought forth excellent crops for several years afterward Of course judgment must be exercised with regard to the quantity used as there is such a thins lsan over dose We believe Powell county farmers could use lime to good advantage on many pieces of land and we have plenty of limestone that would make the lime if only burned This cane done during the winter months while other farm work is slack The time thus spent we believe would bo more profitable than the making of crossties as many of our farmers are accustomed to doing in the winter time and the tree laps from the tie timber can be used in the burning of the limekilns yours TILE OBSEBVKB t MJ Diehl of Florida and Miss Carrie Alexander of this county procured license here undwere married at Clay City Thursday December 7thwinI- oatnr TViiJocrnt i V k i NOTICE Thunkinp my pairons for their Ii berllpll trOIi gein the past find time many kindnesses extended I willsay that the cold weather is those at hand and owing to my health being bad1 Will close my gallery very soon Now for a short time I can sell a few very nice frames at very Low Prices and would like toseeas many 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 the gallery are res pectfully requested to come and pay up and take the work out because I need the money and it is right that I should have it Thanking every body for favors I amIts ever J W HENRY Everything in date Dress roods and at Popular prices Mrs J Williams Clay city Ky FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning 1 I TAKE I Axkntle axative And Appetizer I TAIIEMARKSetObtalAedlJ1aIJ I GI1IcIaIBoolr If You ARE 3 6op liven Away I The t Weekly Courier Journal Henry WaWrsnns paper wants to share time profits of this prosper I CUB year with its subscribers It proposes to give way twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 820 amounting to SCOO in all There w Hha four general presents of 8100 850 tlaO and 8SQ and sixteen presents OH 830 and 20 tQlle given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to theGourier Journ at Company Louisville Jyfllr a copy of the Weekly CourierJourn al giving ull details It will bo sent free Henry Wattersons Letters from EllropeWill A Leading Featnr of The CourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ATlMJACTIOE DEPART MENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERS Mail Rates Dally Courier ournnl t year 6 Daily and Sunday 1 year o Weekly 1 year 1 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special 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