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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4IilI rl t- I i 0 r- I I J 1 I r fLf flfffrOLAY CITY TIMESf 1 f 50 Cents a Year ia Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves d E Burgher Publisher I h yOL TO I 0LAY CITY EX THURSDAY DECEMBER Jl 1905 NO Notice Alt persons indebted to this r paper are kindly requested to pay up as the publisher is antici pating a business venture that willrequireall the money owing us and more too We have soy eral hundred dollars out on job JandstlbscriptiOh erifr persons who owe such indobt if all paid in would be much to us the new year right bj0wing the printer nothing sat President Schurraan says i ITho difference between the educated man and the uneducated is that the educated malt more feels more wants more is interested in a vastly greater va riety of things addin short lives a larger a richer and a fuller life But before the life must come the living and the first duty of man to society to support him self by his own industry there fore the first function of educa tion is to fit him for such sup port = ESTABLISHED 1800 Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000 x This bank solicits your account and promises that all business entrusted with us will receive that attention that will protect your interests and offers every courtesy consistent with sound banking that has given satisfaction to our cus tomers for BO many years past Interest paid on Savings Deposits at the rate of THREE PER CENT annum compounded semiannuallv- Correspondenceiuviled on eveery line of Bunkin- gClay Gily National Bank Clay City Ky IMFESBELSr 4 Clay Citys Leading StoreT- he i store where you have been dealing for the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual LAIOB STOCKo- f General Merchandise selling to the Best People the Best Quality of Goods at the Best prices This means a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable Gohds At Cost r Am now closing oijt AT COS1 a j of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included These goods tough seasonable now must be sold tp make room for our1ew Fall Stockfhis is a chance for you if you need ant of these goods tA School Rooks Full Line of the tfewly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept ahwayekonhand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the ci- tyHIM t FSSfihS Ii t s RELIANCE MFBICo Winchester kYsta We Mapufpctitf Sash FI vCeilfjjfcSfiJSk rb ar Jg Itt plSblpandm StOreFronts r r a sees is We CJreJt eadqugriers for Budding lr tFAlt RooRn S Fllntoid Roofiing- oltrld Ii tro S 7f I p I ti hk r j i Ydiir etlmitesf j 4LAf3 y rI u rNagjr if jltFt i 5hipmenfs f i i r 1 tc tA tI r 1yfor Bad Roads Again From what we can learn the roads in sdme portions of the county are getting in a very bad conditionsA gentleman from West Bend was in the city one day last week and said the road between his place and Clay City was almost impassable in some places especially for a buggy He said that it looked to him too that the county had spent enough on this same road to have the greater part of it graveled Now in this matter it seems to us that the county is loser and it strikes us that a County Road Commissioner whose duty it should be to look after all the roads in the county and see that what money is spent on the roads is spent where it is worst needed ahd see that all the leading roads in the county are kept in a pass able condition at all times of the yearUnder the present system of road working in this county the ronds receive attention but onco a year generally in the fall after the bulk of farm work is over and this work is expected to do the roads for a whole year It makes no difference how bad they get in the winter or any other season of the year no work can be done on them until the regular time comiSWthe falland then n wt wor them again ejinl1 1t li pOSS- Ibly thribble thq mount of work to put them in good condition a gain that it would have taken to have kept them all the year in good condition by extending work on the roads when they first show needs of repair It seems that we take the longest and most ex pensive route possible to keep good roads and yet we are doing better than we used to and bet ter than some of our neighbors are doing but we should be sat isfied with nothing but the best methods and the best roads Finest line of Decorated China ware including salad bowls cream and sugar sets cracker jars and etc in the city at Eatons They must be seen to be appreciated A meeting of the City Coun cil was held Saturday night It was an adjourned meeting and the Saturday nights meeting was adjourned till Saturday Dec 30 This will be the last meeting of the present council At the coming meeting the allowance for the balance on the bridge a mounting to 580 will come up and what is not collected on the subscription will have to be paid by the council There is yet due the town in unpaid subscriptions an amount something near 200 which should all be paid by them You ought to see pretty Hats at Mrs J W WiUflims and at urjjrfis tpsuit every one Mrs J W WilliamsClay Ky Now for The j Holiday Trade f Vfti Lave a complete lino of goods in our Store and feel that we have pome Special Articles at Very Low Prices that are worthy of mention in these columns Our line of Useful and Ornamental Holiday Articles for both ypuug folks and grownup people embraces many things that cannot be found elsewhere in the city and you 3 will find the prices like the goods pleasing and astonishing We wish tq call your attention to the Ajax brand of Blue EnameledWam which is the superior of any granite ever brought to this market and it is cheap wureIare prices ona few of the many articles we carry in Irunexcelled ware 14 qt Dishpan 30o 0qt Preserve Kettle 85o j 0qt Pudding Puns 30e j 2qt Dippers 25c j 2qt Coffe pots 25c We also have a large and new line of Tinware Ithat wjll please you Inour Dry Goods and Notion Department you will find many articles of exceptional quality and worth We callr special attention to our line of Underwear in all sizes which is complete Caildrene UI ion Smts in sizes 4 0 and 8 25 cents Line pf 60inch Table Felt only 45c per yard Good line of Staple and Fresh Grocetes Plenty of can dies toys and etc for Christmas We hays a line of Toilet preparations which we will give way to our customers whose cash purchases amount to from 81 OQ tp 82 00 or njoro All the Shoes now in the house sill be sold AT COST to close them out at once Come at once for bargainI Yourj for business 1- ATONJ fi Clay City Ky 1zp I wK 1 I ZJ A- a Y hyfrl r 1 i- rr The Country Boy in Sdhool The farmers boy in the coun try should have the privilege of attending a school in ascomfort able a school house with as good equipment and for as long a term as the city boy He should also have a teacher as thoroughly trained in his profession as the State is able to produce An old Prussian maxim is as follows Whatever you wish to appear in the life of a nation you must put into its schools If it be possible by proper ed ucation to enable a young far mer to make two blades of grass grow where only one grew be fore and to make two ears of corn or two heads of wheat grow where he had only harvested one before then such education pays Four years ago I drove by an old worn out field The fence had been torn down and the per simmon sprouts and broomsedge had taken possession The roof of the old cabin built by the pioneer furmer hall fallen in and buzzards sat upon the dilapidated walls It was a desolate sight Last July 1 drove by the same place This time it was down a shady lane On either side was a corn field that bid fair to make from 50 to 70 bushels per acre A splendid barn and an elegant farmhouse had taken the place of the old log hut Green grass well bred stock and a general appearance of order system and scientific farming caused me to ask the ignorant driver whatr had wrought these changes The reply wlls1 dunno zactly a darned Yankee came down here and bought the place They jes natchelly have some sort o sleight at farming The secret of the matter is he was an educated farmer Our line of Full Millinery is ready for your inspection It ie all one could wish Words but poorly describes it It should be seen to appreciated Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Notice to HUIVO All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspaps Dn any lands belonging to the undersignedB Other names will be added to this list for 50 cents each PROFESSIONAL CARDS r 4 4rhd4nJr44PH4r4 bhnnq4q4AgnJyM Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office stain In the Central Hotel Annex where mn experienced Practitioner may be found day and prepared to execute aU kInds of high trade work known to modern Dentistry R It IRVIN M D PHY8IOIAN AND BURGEON gY 9TY KY- B LlTTLEPAOEM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OHY O TV KY I B fti SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY n r 0 r I SPOUT SPRING W J Christopher Jr paid n visit to friends in Clay City Saturday tiight Eliier B F Wright of this place sins been culled tp pastor the Log Lick Christian church the coming year Joe McKinney visited his sis ter Mrs George W Lewis Sun day and attended Alt Sterling court Monday Miss Amanda Tood will close lie school at this place Friday having taught a good school and given general satisfaction to the patrons Mrs 0 H Williams and daugh ter Miss Mae Williams left Tuesday for Catlettsburg where theywill join Dr Williams on a visit to relatives 4 Miss Bertha Dawson who has hpen staying with her grand pa rents Mr and Mrs W J Bar nett the past few months and attending our school has return ed to her parents Mr and Mrs John W Dawson at Heidelberg Lee county How Things Have Changed How times have changed When we were a little boy in Civil War times we were as happy as n King if when we hung up our stock ings at Christmas we got a strip ed stick of candy an orange and nn apple Now the average youngster is satisfied with noth ing short of a small fortune and if one were to get what we used to get he would show unmistak able signs of deepest disgust Writing oil this subject Brother Campbell of the Somerset Jour nal has some timely remarks on this subject in which among other things he says Parents of today bestow such valuable pres cats upon their young children that when they become older nothing is good enough for them When a lad or lassie of a dozen years turns up his or het nose and displays a lack of gratitude simply because of the intrinsic value of thegift it is an unmis takable evidence that there has been a plethora of gifts before and it is much the same with the older folkFrankfort Journal PUBLIC SALE OF Flour Mill AT CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEB 1 06 The above property is a new Full Roller Procea MillwIth Corn Meal attachment in a new frame building erected for this purpose It was first put in operation March 4 1005 and the Flour Department hasnt been run altogether more than three weeks and the Meal Department has been run but little 80 it iff virtually new mill The Flour made by this mill is equal to the best and the yield is good It is equipped with a 35 h p Boiler and 30 h p Engine the building is Steam Heat and has its own E Jectric Light Plant The Sale will bo conducted on the premises be ginning at 10 p clock A M Terms The Mill Building fixt ures and all appurtenances will be sold for icosh J in SIX and J In 12 months the purchaser to give notes with apprvedseIJurJtyand lien on millwithG percent interest from date s J f McJINN YP- res Clay City Roller Mills CoInc R i j F Y 11 THE riMEs IUIILISIIEU EVERY THUKSDAY J 15 Burgher Publisher SutscriFtion Rates 50 Cents per year in ah Vanc otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail mutter Thursday December 21 1905 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The Truss and CourierJournal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 V Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Christmas Greeting If we could speak out our Oliristmnn greetings they would be after this fashion If wo could wo would dry every tear from every human eye We would pour the wine and oil of gladness into every disquieted and discon solate heart on earth Wo would banish poverty and hunger and want from everyhovel and homo on the planet within one rising and setting of the sun We would heal every woundand sorrow of war and strife in all lands and bring in that everlasting brother hood and peace implied in the prayer Thy kingdom come Thy will be done on earth as it is done in heaven W a would fill the eyes and soul of every lit tle child in the world with an ec stasy of delight and the tender little hands of every one with the best and prettiest gifts of Santa Claus We would destroy sin and enmity fo God forever from the Earth which after all wouldaccomliiieyet7 gtl0d we have named or could name Hicks in Word and Works Remember the poor on Christ mas morn Clay City Ky July 1405 Dr Bertram Smith Clay City Ky Dear SirThe dental work you did for HR is giving entire satis faction and we recommend you to any person in need of dental work Yours truly Henry Waldron Geo W Rice Air Waldrons work consisted of bridge work ns 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 dyspep sia owing to bad teeeth I went to Dr Bertram Smith the Clay City dentist who extracted my teeth without pain treated my gumsand made me an upper and lowor set of teeth that gives me perfect satisfaction I have gained 12t pounds in 40 days I recommend him as an experienc ed dentist who will keep his word J B Hammons I take great pleasure in recom mending Dr Bertram Smith of Clay City as a dental surgeon He does his work skillfully and extracts teeth without pair Rev R A Irvin To whom it may concern If you want teeth pulled quickly go to Dr Bertram Smith he is the f telit extractor 1 ever saw I recommend him to my friends Mrs K JWiHSamr a 1would like tQsaYJo all who are in need f dental work that it w111bO to your interest to go to Dr Bertram Smith who does his workpcrfct and painless I am so yell pleased with my work that 1 would not take ten times the price paid and have my teeth in the same condition He understands his business Mrs Frances Lowry 4liosslyn Ky 106 Reward Slob The readers of thispaper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreadful disease that science has been able to cure in all its sta gt6 and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Hulls Cat arrh Cure is taken internally act ing directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in do ing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer Quo Hundred Dollars for anyease that it fails to cure Send for list of tegioioniuls Address FJ CHENEY Co Teledo O Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation For Sale or Rest House of several rooms in good repair Apply at this office for information 1Wot tee THe 0i REVIVORESTORES VITAun Madta Well Man of r tllaaOdarBaclipcnnrtuUUDclQuII7 ouaaaawnlrsptta tbslr lost aanboodadold me Win scorer their 11IIItuItlOrby uMni- AEYIYO It ttuloktyaal nbnaorMlI xrow son Last Yltalltr ImpOeIIcIlIIlchU KIII1eIICI- SI1cd1ower rf111ngM ery MtlaaD4eaasad au elrecta of uUabaae or esaaaodindtkretloa- wbfoh eaMonetorMadybaatoeaormaeWS II BOOD l eune brstartlac M tbe vrat ot dlSMM feat rtqIqStoring the fie of youth It was off JnMltf tad CoBtOBpUoa Isslit 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verlnK in their user you do away wiUi the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Fills are guaranteed that rant package will benefit or your money back Hover ldlnbulk DrMIleshVhad ache caused catarrh until six years ago I began AntiPain PIUs the onl remedy that ever gave me relief I not hadone hard attack because I take a Put dltdcultyOEOSAUNDERS nWrite to us for Free Trial ntiPainfor tslouFree DR MIJCDI CO LABORATOAIE9 T t + PKD- r b 1 i rre f AN 1 t t cE Ioo 4ra v iWMfM ML h I + I IfCvviIl be h fb 4 dtfp9l trKtt jI H yahiage tosee Gut 1 1f t 1 Assortments inta hy Woos Dress Goods Wash Dress Goods Victoria Dress Linings Silks Black Taffetas arid Peau dS6iesj White Goode- Household L nets Dress Linens Ginghams Percales Prints Domestic r 1 + 1 a- Dress j Skirts 7t w Lace Curtaine Window i Shadesd 1t I Fan Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Shirts i Underwear Notions I Gloves and Hosieryt lladdkercliiefsrUmbrellas i 1 J fI The Dress Goods l1o lseilof Clay City MRS I Ib WILLIAMS Clay City Kentucky s1hetWhitestThe Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit r AxeVIn leVVliou You UNOIi 1 Pearl and Bakers 1 fJideiuri Tike No Other Every Sick Guaranteed 1 MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY i Sold by our Leading Merchants J xf iot + +xt rt oJooM H ++ + k t IIVSTJItE WTI l r I F A LYON S0Nvi 1 I The Lending Insurntaco Agents 3til1OrnKen1U IC tot v Over 200000000 4 dt tt ttRepresented fi i Everyone who knows k anything about insurance know i iii t they are leaders in this line r i f+ ++ + t++ toS+x + t + + + ++ + fii I rtMt M I i POLKADOT CANS Hoiizi41flT orrlasTwpwnrir =r fTk w +Ue = ri pherrrPr e JAmeli lnrtnmenrtn paint 11t Iullyt the value tsd buuy of yaurproperg talmace Oil a an hbor b makan a ood net borboodr O ore of asarisfaswapexBw r JIMi P There nJtchlireotoswhitiwneretyhoneapuntcliiiuk tcfnI Oil sore wry get t aM- PI from the ltakrY taml DOt from the reed ed petal eefla palm hRrII ll1a1Ib lintee oil for 11 IUNaoc PA vto e err good rettofl we know a B J ittepage trSig CKl 1 qi ojr J fl c- r Cry l 1 4- v 1 J1 i f CLAY CITY Kti c llfettl TIMES IP iip 0 v AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER 1 4 jX I t THURSDAY DEO 21 1905 tf LOCAL BREVITIESt IU I Ni Christmaspv Jr The Mars thnt shine on Christmas night rt 11eyondn110hcrslars pre bright t V or restored i The onogreat star whose light out pouredinations to the Lord j F 41 long with solemn voice rheycry nguin H jolco I Rejoice V The wonder of tho OBIstmas dawn t T No other morn has yet puton t J Ohwnn white radiance breaking slow On field and woodland wrapped in snow V On the worn cities gild their woo n Oh holy messngo breathtd again ItV Pence on earth Joodwill toward men t And now unto the newborn King Bring we our lowly offering Lordtnkeourselvesourhopesorfearsi t The harvest of our troubled years J th We bring them all to Thee to Thee And lo once burdened we are freek rt t WinchesterPfz If Nice lino of framed pictures at t 1 Eatons From 50 cents to 5 00 rI rftOW Russell OS LouisvilleI spent several days of last week J in the city Prof J H Thomas of Ruck ervillewasiii the city yesterday on business H L Twyman Winchester i was here yesterday buying some good horses if r Mrs Wu Cassidy visited relatives in Mt Sterling the lat ter part of last week f iA her and chil dren visited relatives in Wnches ter Thursday W W Barnes of Furnace x was in the city yesterday 0n1l rI business mission The Frenchburg News has re 0 sumed publication after sever s Jnl months suspension 1 Christmas gift to all our read ers and you can payJt in u years subscription to the TIMES yHenry Ware visited his son James Ware in Lexington last t week HercJortsnoqhnngein his conditipn 1 So far we have had but little i cold weather but of late have a I good seal of cloudy rainy and I misty weather r The Clay City Graded Schopl will close Friday for the holi lays and spillnot resume until t Tuesday Jan 2 1000 There will be a Christmas tree tat the Methodist church Monday night The entertainment wilt f coq istofsongsillld recitations I ttwp- l story business house on Sixthav 4onus across the race from the bYAnJand comiuissipn house y71Mr Walter Hoskin and Miss JJ Mattie Johnson b6tl of this city 1w were quietly married at tim rest rx djnco ofVAyilHani Jphnson the i brides father Thursday Decent j erftheviith i V W t t1t v v Just received a stew line pf I FinptFpptwear for mOll Ayoitfiep I y andcbl urepjJti BEafont1 f 1 J Ifyou ventr to always be oiitime- stji A k pryotlrNwateli pb ftod j 01 o ti pt p aH t it fIf f drlf t r JllliJ to IITo I h i I 1I I r t it 1 t Iilfl IiLi o 11 t yl N d itI Ifl1rl ti Every advertiser in these col litnns are 0 K Spend your Christmas money with thein Pattern Hats altered or copied while you wait at Mrs Williams Millinery Store Clay City Ky The Bazar given by the Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church at the Gymnasium Hall Friday night was a succes in the face of the inclement weather Every article was disposed of except a bout 2 50 worth Boom the Old Town Boo n the old town or the old fown ought to bounce you Say half as many good things about the town as you used to say about your wife before she was Mrs and this town would have the biggest boost onboardMore head Mountaineer Mill to Sell The Clay City Roller Mills in this city will be sold at public sale on the premises of the mill Thursday Fob 1 1000This is very vnlableproperty and Clay Oity is a good point for such business It should bring a fair price under such circumstances In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism to another when if they would only eat good food and keep their bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quick euro for liver and stomach trouble 25o at SwannDay Lumber Cos store guaranteed Appealed the Case The action brought by the Cit izens ticket people to compel the election commissioners to open the ballot box and count the rep sult of tlip city election and which was lost in the Circuit Court has been appealed A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to en duretheterrible torture of piles I can truthfully Bay writes Hur ry Colson of Masonville Iau that for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salver is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at Swann Day Lumber Com panys store Our Christmas Present Christmas has come again or will be here before another issue of this paper We hope it will- IbringmtlllY valuable presents to each of our readers ffir we like all of them and like to see them obtain the plentyW treme so we modestly request only an hundred new Subscrib ers Let our readers speak a good word for the paper and it will have its eflect in the right directionThere nothing more provoking thanan ineorect timepiece If you have a watch or clock of this kind take it to Webb Clay Citys Jeweler and silver smith arid let him fix iL All work guaranteed For Sale Fine Farm of 285 acres 100 acres uf which is rich riyerbottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house aid all nec essary out buildings Sir good springs on the place convenient to school anj1etc plenty of Umber tpjkeep fenceuponthe place will grpw corn wheat tobacco lndbv SfNeYItjed twotracts Thls is a rare i lg8In r particular cal rL- f 4 Eo joJ ttaal3ESdCIayGlty I a 1 ti J q 4 r Pt iret11 E Y 4- 1t Dressers 27 in high for littlo girls will make a nice hriBtpts present Only DOc J JJ Eaton The Hicks Almanac For 1906 The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 1900 but his Monthly Journal Word and Wor shas been changed into a largo and costly Magazine and it will contain his storm and weather forecasts and other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecasts from January to June 1900 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December 1900 The price of this splendid Magazine is one dollar a year See it and you will have it The No vember and January numbers con taming the Rev Irl L Hicks fore casts for the whole year and more complete than ever can be had by sendingat once 25 cents to Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Lous Mo 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 Ho tel a nilox next door to the exchange on main street in order to get better light and will fit up the mpst completeDental Of fice in Eastern Kentucky Furious Fighting For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I load u bitter battle with chron io stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Electric Bitters I un hesitatingly recommend them to all and dont intend in the future to lie without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to ihave cured such a bad case as mineM Sold under guaranr todtl for you by ISwllnnDayLumber Company at 50c a bottle Try them today Crowding Our Space Advertisements have claimed a good portion of our space this week but we believe our read ers will bear with us as we can get good money for space used In this way and since we take no advertising that conflicts with local trade we think we should try to handle all the local ads we can get oven though they come in blocks and occasionally crowd our reading space Torture of a Preacher The storyof the torture of Rev 0 D Moore pastor of the Baptist church of Harpersville N Y will interest you lie says I suffered agonies because of a persistent cough resulteingfrpm the grip I hud to sleep sitting up in bed I tried many remedies without relief until hook Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved ma from cons mption A grand euro for dis eased conditions of Throat and Lungs At Swann Day Lumber Cols store prieb50c and 8100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing springs Price 8GOO one cash This Is a snap that will soonbetakonup J E BuuaiiEn Town r p for Sale Two cottages onSeventh ave with seyenxlots 0 back fPteebyteri an church Will be sold at a liar gain I 1tIButley r bywrtbuyinjrthe best PoiSnow Flake a Pae e t bi Ffif y t 4 SA i Sr r StartlingactsI A E1 BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them Everything from Lvaper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon rBring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service Vfja hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Unole Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your beet interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unsliiekcnd Liany quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer ut Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 76 cents delivered ut Clay City H Ffiil tjunveyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Orntuientul trees Grare vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc Wo employ no Agents but fell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant an j Cu- stomMILLER1 CLAY CITY KYI Custom work six days in the we FreshGrouni Bolted Meal always on haul Grinds for onesixth toll- S oeWIH j = Salve MJgfpt HTM S rM t L f vv A r f 11rt XIIE Winchestei Bailk INCOBlOBATEn N H WniiERSPOoy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 84S CF DANIEL CLi4Y CITY KY Dealer In Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid fat Chick ens Eggs and kinds Poultry yn Clay City Motel IrJII EATON Prop Tuble supplied with the best the markers affords Every thing neat and cle n Rates 8150 perdny 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSIAnyofGeendtIg H sketch and description ma quickly our nbrree whether an Invention la probably patent Communir foreewrlugpatentsPntentataken ye tptelal without charge In the suns MiErIwAta- ndaomellIHnatmtedeekb Tersest ftr eoldbralineerdealeraUNI r TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright happy and free from pain until you build up your- constitytion with a nerve refreshing bloodmakin2- tonic like I I Wine0sGirdiIi It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It Is a building strengthmaking medicine for wcmen the only medicine that Is certain to do you good Try it Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confidence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Vaughns Mill Mrs Geo W Bush is visited friends and relatives at Levee last week Mr Geo P Douglas and son Jeff of Levee were hero last week looking fora cow Joe Clark has closed his school for the season at Ha Stack and returned home last week Mr and Mrs Charlie Welch gave the little folks a party last Saturday night which was very sice for them Mr Bill Strange and Miss Dru zy Hall were married last Tijes day at the residence of James Charles by Rov M Yo Larison One day last week while Mr 0 0 Daniel Jr was driving a pairof fine mules into the stable out of the rain one of them in trying to get away by jumping a fence near bv got caught in such position as to kill itself Mr Daniel had only a few days before paid for the mule 125 00 Kimbrell Shelton Larison will have a sale today and intends going west We hear that D N Witt will soon sell out here and move to Berea Charlie Crow who went to In diana from this place one year x ago is here on a visit Green B Spry has returned to Kentucky from Illinois and has rented a farm near Log Lick Rev George D Prentis held his legular services at the Meth odist church here last Sunday morning c Clarence Gould taught the pubic school hero this year and gave goodsatisfaction The school closed last Fridry Horace Bartlett and Everett efoherevisiting John Harris Miss Bertha Dae son who has been visiting her grand parents Mr nnd Mrs W J Barnett re turned to her home at Heidel berg Monday jen t- YOeMartin went to Bowen Saturday on business Nell every body is busy here getiingTeiCdyforjXnias VjfF Smyth visited relatives i t r UYOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Airs F L Jones of Gallatln Term + For since taking Cardal I have gained 35 lbs and am In better health than for the past 9 years I tell my husband that Cardul is worth Ith weight in gold to all sufferingladles in Estill county the first of the weekG A Orahtre and wife visited their son J P Orabtree Mon day and Tuesday L G Hatton and wife of Olark county are visiting friends in this neighborhood and will lo cate near Xetia J J Reed and G R Orabtree of this place and GlI Rogers and Prof George Adans of 3fe na all were at Clay City Saturday on business GL Conner and W S White of near Mt Sterling were here Saturday and Sunday and at tended the Jr Lodge at Xena Saturday night Red Top Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Lawrence Knox admr Plaintiff versus J W Baker Re Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the November term 1005 thereof in the above cause the under signed will on the the 1st dayof Jan uary 1006 at 1 oclock p m or there about being Court Day will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Courtfilouse door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the Judgment to wit Situated on the South Fork of Red River in Powell County Ky and ad Joining the land of W II Amburghy and containing 75 acres and known as the land of Sarah Baker or suffi cient thereof to produce so ordered to bo made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of purchase money to have the force and effect of a replevin bond bearing legal intorcstfrom the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re tained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Com Powell 00 Commissioners Notice WV M- Powell Circuit Court James Foster Admr Plaintiff versus Stratton Kincaid tc Defendants Notice is hereby given that I will on Tuesday the 23 day of December 1906 begin my sittings at my office in the Court House in Stanton Ky to heatproof of claims against the estate of 8 P Kincaid dcccRedand nil persons having ltims against said estate please to file them with ma on or be fore said date KOMULUSJAOKSON Jfcf 9oc r t A f t NOTICE Thanking my patrons for their liberal patronage in the past and the many kindnesses extended I willsay that the cold weather is close at hand and owing to my health being bad I will close my gallery very soon Now for a short time I can sell a few very nice frames at very Low Prices and would like to see as many of my friends that wants photos for theirselves and families as can come in before the roads are bad and tljose that have work already finislfcd in the gallery are respectfully 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 every body for favors I amts ever J W HENRY Everything in todate Dress Goods and at Popular prices WK J Williams x Clay City Ky FEELING LIVERISH This Morning I TAKE GenOeLaxativeAnd and y EM i1 18 THAT PAY IhorooshJj NWIT and Bead model pbaWorpntcb for FRCCm r tUNPAttINGBook on ProflUbl FueaU write to 03BOB svnth trtWA HINOTON 00 If You ARE 600 liven AwaytThe Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattereons paper wants to share the profits of this prosper ous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 820 Amounting to8nOO in all Them will be four general presents of 8100 850 t30aDd 820 and sixteen presents OB 830 and I2Q to be given in the states of Ken tucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Journ al Company Louisville Kyfor a copy of the Weekly Courier Journ al giving full details It will be seat fr- eeiofiry WattersonsLetters EuropeWill A Leading Featar of CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRAGTIOE DEPART MENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMall Daily Courier ournal 1 year 6 Daily and Sunday 1 year fl Weekly I year 1 CoLOUISYILLB By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get LtHE TIMES Arid the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL Both one year for only One DollarTh- isIs for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the TIMES ofllcc A Democrat Or if You are not Yoirwill want to readt Bryans CommonerO- N MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge orgunizalion plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attendall primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1008 It is a practical method for the organiza tionof the party by the rank and file in order that it may prove true to its name and 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 into the Commoner officeby 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 during the next two years the total membershipwillexceed four million Democratic voters The Commoner is issSedweekly subscription 1 a By special arrangements for ashort time only we offertho- Clay CltyTlmes mdThe Con ORer rOh torf1l0 Address all orders to TUB TIMES Clay Ety Ky J i T LuuLtiveJiO flTcity Ftt 1N t ItMlt l attM1r Thi J c v 7 I f-I t I I 1 A Guaranteed Cure for Fibs j Itohl Blind or Pro p trudingPilesDruggistsrefundrnon ey if PAZO OiNTIMENT foils to y cure any case no matter of how long standing in 6 to 14 days First ap plication gives ease andreatlOc If your druggist hasnt it send 60e in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Enginei The Best the Simplest the most reliable 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 WIHCHBSTEB K- YKILLmiCOUGH AND CURE THI LUNC8 WITHDry INew DiscoverY IIFOR C ONSUMPTION OUGHS tai OLDS Pries 1FBurect and OuiolcMt Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY SACK Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Oct 22 1905 EABTDOOND No 2I Stations No4 AM Ly Lexington 225 75 810 825 LE 822 887 Olny 856 013 II Stanton 400 028 Rosslyn PmNoB 412 928 Natural 4 3S 954 Torrent 440 10 08 511 1020 0 k K 6ji ii26 Ar Jackson 010 1180 I WESTBOUND Stations P Amo LvJaokson223 6t25 II 0 K Junct 2 8062011 BeattyvilleJuno820 7 26 f II Torrent 347 747 Natural Bridge 401 01 Rosslyn r 485 22 Stanton x480 828 11 Olav Xtv 4 80 887 L EJunctipn 508 0 t0 Winohester 620 028 Arjbexington h + A 05 1010 All trains dally except Sunday rnsNos3aJld4Jnako connect Stat Beattyvillo Junction with L dr Ai Railway for localstatlosonL A Railway and connect atOA K Junction fpr local stations on OItRailway No 1 and8 connect at L E JuncA tipn wth0 40 forM t Sterling a JRGenManager BARR r Ito1 vfe a Cold m One Day M IqerlPa8s c 1 1 IIi Sc c d J n0