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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I THE CLAY CITY TIMESrtt i rI I t 50 Cents a Year In Advanci We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Conntry and Ourselves T B Burgher Publisher VOrllO CLAY CITY KYM THURSDAY DECEMBER 28 1905 NO b2 Notice iAllpersons indebted to this paper are kindly requested to pay up as the publisher is antici prating a bnsines venture thati will require all the money owing us and mote too We have several hundred dollars out on work advertising and subscription which is small to the differ oat persons who owe such indebt edness but if all paid in would be much to us Start the new year right by owing the printer nothing Elder JI Wills of Walton Ceiling Ky is visiting the family of W L Jackson on Hardwicks Greek and enjoying a hunting season Elder Wills is a native of this county but has been away from here nearly twent five years Eld E Marcum who mov ed from this county to Indian Territory last spring is here looking after business matters and visiting friends Ho is ac companied by his oldest son I Charlie t ESTABLISHED 1890 r Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000 Tills bank solicits your account and promises that ull bus iness entrusted with us will receive that attention that will protect your interests and offtrs every courtesy consistent with sound banking that has given satisfaction to our cus tomers for so uiuny yours post Interest paid on Savings Deposits at the rate of THREE PER seVliannuallvCorrespondence Clay Cty National Bank Clay City Ky w SMFESSELSdMi Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing for tile past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual LARGO STOCK of 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 Gods At Cost Am now closing out AT COSa j of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included Thede goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room fpr our New Full Stock This is a chance you if you need any of these goods SchoolBooks Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always nn hand t Telephone 38 Goods delivered to oil parts of the city SHIMFESSELS I NBM NGE MFG do IIWlnchester Ky We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors I Blinds Velltberlioa ding- Y 1lndha Pickets StairWays Shingles and Eto j 3norejFront8 W for We aretjeadquartersforB- uilding Paper Felt Roofing FlintoidRoofingandEtc Send iiis Your estimates I 1t i ompt Shipments XL w 1tti flIi i fiy It I J 1I Iri r A This is the last issue of the TIMES for this year and it com pletes volume 10 with fiftytwo numbers a paper for every week in the year past Now that the paper is ten years old we feel that our subscribers are justifi able in the confidence they im bibe in the publication for the paper surely is now a permanent fixture The old saying that any body can start a paper but it takes a wheel horse to keep it a going is true but since we have kept the TIMES going for tee years we feel that the next ten years of its newspaperdom will be much easier sailing than the past Wo trust and believe that the people of Powell county and in the territory adjacent to Clay City will continue to render th rapport that has made the paper go and if they do and the pres ent growth is maintained for ten more years the TIMES will be a paper that these people may well be proudof With the papers new year as well as the New Year of ou Lord we wish nilour readers a happy and prosperous one IG Jackson of the Harrods visitingisjustrecovering kepthimWe are a day late this week and it is all on j the account of ithOi cditarJAkufcjidiivand a half off Ohnstnfas rrrn McQIoneWllson Mr E B McOlone of this city was married to Miss Stella Wilson at Moochcad Saturday December 23 at 3 p in Eld Frank 0 Button of the Christian church oiliciating The happy pair arrived here Monday where they will make their home The bride is a beautiful and winsome young lady and is very popular at Morehead her home The groom is one of Clay City s rising young business men who ltabt its and is a worthy young man in every particular Congratula tions are extended by tho TIMES and a host of friends A 11 Whitt the gentlemanly Citey National Bank spent a few days with relatives and etc at More head From the frequent trips Mr Whitt makes to his old home there must be some kind of a dear attraction for him up there and we are beginning to bringinrher over to Clay City to live with us Every thing in Headyto wear- ITrimmed und Untrimmed Huts a cost Mrs J W Williams Oifi s Elected At the fiinual election of officers oil 0 OF Wednesday the following officers were elected Jas G Rogers N G James Woolery V G n O 11u i6bcl u u I Now for The = ti Holiday IwTrade = that we have some Special Articles at Y Low Prices that are worthy of mention iu these columnJ jboththings that uniuiotbe found Hlsewhero in the city and you will find the prices like the goods pleasing and astonishing Wo wish to call your attention to the Ajax brand of Blue Enameled Ware which is the superior of any granite ever brought to his market and it is cheap wnreIare prices on a few of the many articles we carry in unexcelled ware 14qt Dishpan 30c Jqt Preserve Kettle 35cj Cqt Pudding Pans 30c j 2qt Dippers 25c j 2qt pots 25c We also have a large and new line of GoffeI that will please you In our Dry Goods and Notion Department you will findI many articles of exceptional quality and worth We call special attention to our line of Underwear in all sizes which is complete Caildrene Union Suits in sizes 4 0 and 8 25rcents Line of COinch Table Felt only 45o per yard Good lint 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 pur customers whose cash purchases amount to from 8100 to 82 00 or morewAll the Shoes now in the house will be sold AT COST to close them out at once Come at one for bargains Yours for business A d B BATON elay City Ky e f t t l S key fir y- vAc c I 1 t i 0 y D n Daniel Treasurer On the same date the Masonic order elected the following ofli cers for the year W W Wilson Master B M McPherson Sen Warden Everett Mofield Jr Warden U 0 Warwouth Secretary AM Bnrgher Treasurer J W Tipton Tyler 1 Mrs E N Wilson is in Ohio at the bedside of her mother expectedtoMiss Mayme Groves who is isvisitingcity this week DEATH Mrs Shattucl died at the home of her daughter Mrs J II Terry in this city Sunday afternoon aged about seventy yours Bu vial Monday afternoon in the Stanton Cemetry funerul ser vices being conducted at the Terry residence by Rev R A Irvin Kinney iJraaley who has been hoping ed last Tuesday and Sunday morning died from thtit loath some disease consumption Fu neral services were conducted nt the Christian church Monday nBnrialthis city after funeral services Deceased was twenty two years LouisBradley BradtJ Silk Sale Big reduction in prices on all silks except Black Mrs J W Williams Finest line of Decorated China ware including salad bowls cream and sugar sots trucker jars und Y etc in the city at Eatons They must be seen to Lc appreciated George D Littlepago and Dor is TMizo two of Clay Citys promising young men attending academy here left yesterday morning for home Their associ ates were loath to see them leave but consoled themselves with the hope that they will bu Lack at the openingof next session of- schoolHnzel Green Herald Cloaks and Skirts Big drive in these two items at very niece prices Mrs L Williams PROFESSIONAL OAKUS WU11INV4 MA411aL4 W444W414W44W4- t Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stair In the Central Hotel Annex founddayIIltrhtrrade work known to modern DentistryI RA IRVIN M DtPHYSIOIAN AND OLAY CITY KYtiB LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEONtrOLY OITV KY BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I OJ Y THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY H JB burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered us secondclass mall matter u Thursday December 28 1905 SPOUT SPRING MoSes McKinnoy and Rucker Lewis of near Mt Sterling vis ited relatives here a few days last week o Elder George W McIntosh entertained several neighbors and friends at his hospitable home Monday Christmas day Miss Amanda Todd closed her school at this place last Friday afternoon She has taught a good school and given satisfaction to patronsAt Masonic Anniversary here Wednesday Win McIntosh was elected Muster J F McKin ney Troanrer L B McIntosh Secretary and Joe McKinney Ty lerArticles sold at Ri H Curtis sale near here last Wednesday brought fair prices Mr Curtis has moved to Locknane where he will continue in the goods business I James F Barnett of this place was married Monday December 25 to Miss Neoma Curtis at the residence of the brides grandfather Wm Snowden on Hard wicks Creek Elder B F Wright officiatingAsa and A J Curtis V r y re hesaine last wee i for live cents straight This may bo considered a very fair price as wo have heard of sev eral crops of Bluegrass tobac co tailing for less money Deputy Sheriff Mack Roberts and Jos Wilson were shot and killed during a general fight on Big Fork in Leslie county On llllntyJUIVanover in a fight over a banjo PUBLIC SALE OF Flour MillA- T CLAY CITY IY THURSDAY FEB 1 06 The above property is a new Full Roller Process Sallwith Corn Mel 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 I than three weeks and the Meal De partment has been run buts little soit is virtually new mill The Flour made by this mill is equal to the best and tho 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 Electric Light Plant The Sale will be conducted on the premises be ginning at 10 oclock A M Terms The Mill Building fixt urea and all appurtenances will be sold fori cash J in six and J in r 12 months the purchaser to give notes withapproved securityand s Hon on mill with 0 per cent inter est from date J R McKINNEY FPresClay City Roller Mills CoIoc w R S- c4 Y y s tF t REPORT OF CITY TREASURER Showing in Full the Receipts and Disbursements of the City of Clay City for the Years 1904 and 1905 UPTO DECEMBER 35 1905 RECEIPTS J F Cox Vice Treasurerl449 89 F P Tracy Supt 105 00 City Marshal 20 00 Ed Warmouth Marshal 1401 G M Goosey H 0297 W T Webb fine THenry 2500 Ed Warmouth Marshal 4889 H H H 100 L E Rv Co taxes 1903 101 21 W T Webb for fines 21 20 u K u it H 1000 A P Johnson Marshal 19 00 J E Burgher Clerk 5 00 U F D Less 15 00 A P Johnson 2800 it u 2053f M 81utt K u ii jo 20 U H U fines 3 00 J E Burgher show lcse 5 00 L tC E Co for grade 16000 A P Johnson taxes 8T03 U II ll U 107 60 t u tt floes 2 00 U U tt taxes 33 00 ii u H ii 58 40 i H fines 16 60 t taxes 38 00 Matt Conlee saloon lcse 10000 J E Burgher 2941 A P Johnson taxes 8300 J M Kennon saloon Use 75000 Matt ConleeU 670 75 F P Tracy Supt 10328 u ii 11 it 20040 Clay City Nat Bank taxes 18750 A P Johnson taxes 4002 II II It U 200 I t t t H t t 5U 00 H tt c t 9281 H H H t o 2183 fines 10 00 J E Burgher license 500 A P Johnson Marshal 2800i fMPTJohisonrtases s 1700 J E Burgher 3290 A P Johnson taxes M 011 F P Tracy Supt 200 40 A P Johnson taxes 2100 U t U U 16 00 H H H H 2500 t t U H II 28 00 tt tt tt fines S 00 A P Johnson taxes 7400 u u HI 750 H H fines 5200 taxes M 16 00 Climax Stave Tie Co 45 57 Show License 20 00 A P Johnson fines 500 1 license 35 00 I H H fines 32 00- I tt cttaxes 1550 Ky Union COI 0750 A P JohnsonH 177 47 H u fines 700 Clay City Natl Bk tuxes 18750 A P Johnson taxes 10000 WR Cassidy 1 15 88 A P Johnson 2700 F P Tracy Supt 11878 u u ti u 11870 J E Burgher Icense fines 1150 A P Johnson taxes 18987 it u u u 1700 F P Tracy Supt 22740 LovelandGarrett Co 8770 A P Johnson 2884 Totale 740498 DISBURSEMENTS W T Stringer special polices 4 00 G M Goosey salary 4400 Swann Day LbrCo Dec 1003 rent and light 3000 Continued on nox page Mrs J B Derickson was call ed to Levee this week on account of sicknessin her dl1ughtera family If you want to always be on time keep your watch n good repair See Webb Nice line of framed pictures at Eatons From 50 cents to 5 00 There is nothing more provoking than an incorect timepiece If you have a watch or of this kind t ktdttll Webb Clay Citys Jeweler and nilver smith and let him fix it AH work guaranteed i4T tiwt a A number of Democrats of Clark county held an indignation meeting in the Court House at Winchester Monday afternoon in which they passed resolutions cen suring the action of Senator elect 0 B Ecton for asserting his in tention to vote against Black burn for U S Senator They re quested him to vote for Black burn or resign the office 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is atleast one dreadful disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that isCatarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positiye cure now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally act ing directly upon the blood and mu COUP 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 One Hundred Dollars lor ullytubb iliut it lulls to cure Send for list of tesimonials 0 Address F J CHENEV Co Toledo O Take nllsFamily Pills for constipation For Sale or Rent House of several rooms in good repair Apply at this office for in formation nr 1eau 7JYGrIIUIIIA ROYAL VIVO RESTORES Made a Well Man I irtINC T- 711a aprMncM threheogree iilt lu 30 days It nets powerfullymudqulcd ec wnun ill otacri fall lomif men will renln the lr lost manhood and oloS men will MCOTer their onthtni visor by Will BEV1VO It quickly n4urlr reitotaiMtiroiu ness Loaf TlUUty Impotency Mthtlr Emltaloas Iott Power Filllnr Memory Wutlnc Dlfeusitnd all effect of self abtme or eserrimnd lndtseretlart which nnBtf one for study butlnec orm trriul II not only cures by starting at thereat of dliuu bat Istcrttl nerve tonlo and blood builder bring lag back the pink 1011 to palo cbeaki madre torlnr the fire of youth It off insanity tact Consumption loiUtoa tuning REVrvOi no other It eta be curled In test potket By taut 100SsrpckMeorIII for f100wRhmposl t1 written rnaraote to once OIura4 the mosey nook and free Address MEDICINE IRE VITALITY CDS1isrlns Building ILL For Smile in Cloy City Ky By B Llttlepage Son FOrPailTake 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 drucs 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 aftereffectsYou tetYdrpend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They win also by their calming act ion on tho nerves almost Instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as Dizziness CarOlckness IndlesUon Irritability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering in their use you do away with the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Fills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold Inbullc DrMUeshavehadache caused by catarrh until six years Pgavomeono hard attack because I taka a Pill OSAUNDERSI FREE TrialPackagePalnPIIII the New Bciontmo Remedy DlanlcOurSpecIalist toriBntclCFreeLADORArOIUES BTKHARY IND t 7 = r to 1 If will be to Your Ad f 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114 44 I G Gainst tt tt 05 C- IJ+ M Gooseyduqon settlet 5 2- Jjru O Daniel Jr lumber 8 00 ice AV T Webb cost in 10 suits 29 00 Advocate Pub Co ballots 7 00 I J SunnDny Lbr Co Feb Its 80 00 11 r 1 Mayme Groves Othntosal 44 44 Groves II II 8001 1 G Gainsu u II 00 Gn hs O Portwood hauling gravel 7 50 Mrs Neal board for prisnrs 3 76 rte t BOOK Brush work on street 60 H W Powell II II 4 51 f G Barnett hauling gravel 2 fiO A E Barnett Son tools 1 00 Win Johnson wk on street 7 50 i Ed Warmouth Fob sal 40 OO I costs 10 00 JatfeXpense 801 T F Rogers iusurance 8000 li A Irvin Assessor 87 50 1 G Gains bill sullOO 00 s Mayme Groves 7th mo sltl 44 44 Margaret GrovesII 80 00 1 AV T Webb costs in suits 11 60 lirs Neal board for prisnrs 4 Of Wm Johnson hnulin 10 00 O Portwood wk on st lbr 22 00 Ed Warmonth sal and costs 44 00 SwannDay Lbr Co Dec Its 80 00 u II tt March 25 25 H G Burgher Son acct 4 75 A Rucker janitor 10 OC W ANealchangingfill 2 5C Ed Warmouth sal to May 3 45 85 SwannDuy Lbr Co Apr Its 8000 I Mayme Groves teachers sal 94 44 Margaret Groves 70 00 A iiiier iunitor 0 Of r ocei tk Dr R ATrvincity practice 2 OC SwannDay Lbr Co Its chlk 30 8C Mrs W H Neal board 76 A P Johnson sal und exps 35 57 VR Oassidy trenssal 8000 JEi Burgher Oik sal prts 3175 AV T Adams elect officer 2 OC R S Noel 2 bbl lime 1 50 G Littlepage whitewashing 2 02 Pat HenryII 2 02 W T Webb costs 5 80 G W Powell electn officer 280 A P Johnson sal post c 79 00 V Anderson order J W P 1 98 Joe Martin hauling post 150 Mrs Adam meals for pris 10 50 4 SwannDay Lumber Co Lights Ibr supplies 80 07 O Shimfessol account 3 61 Gilmore Slimp wk on fence 600 F Hutchinson II 4 41 Ben IIileyII I 2 50 I 2 00 Dud Martin I 5 00 W H Ririgd hauling rock 2 50 L r Root RhseII 1875 R Bellis 2 50 B Bradley work on pump 2 00 G Littlepago fence 2 00 lr AP Johnson sal special police work on street 51 87 Iw A T Wl tt census copy 2 50 SwannDay Co Ibr Its 8781 Times pub ordi ance7 50 t A P Johnson work on ft t 0 schoolhousor 28 5- 6A G D Hancock teachers sal 0000 L ERyQo frt on coal 89 27 J B Eaton hauling coaL 9 59 j I MA P Johnson Aug Sep r 8026KaleSwannDay 06 Aug Sept rent and etc 9487 J Bradley wrkecHl houseG26 Bobnefees Walters case 200 Af RLv1ell 486 200tKy Union 06 rcoal 51 76- XW Campbell 1st mrs 5000- MagaretGroVes 4 OJ 1 4000 A P Johnson police 400 James MoRoberts janitor 5 00 i Op Oct lighta O 00 A P iTohnson a1exps4r50 Jam a1fcRobe janitor 600 Trims pub brdinancev 100 ii Bailey sharpening tools 75 k c G D Hancock 2ndrao sal 00 00 r i aOfampbell 500 4000kt t 4t t l eak14 as f x A P Johnson sal Ibr 4495 I James McRoberts janHr6 00 80SwamiDayJ E Burgher sal stamps 81 00 8000JOlias Anderson moving jail 18 C O G D Hancock 3rd mo sal CO 00 OAV Campbell rt tt I Moo Marget Groves 400 OW Oampbell 4th u 000 Geo D Hancock u I 500 Margt Groves tl II u 40 00 E W officer elect 2 00 Wm Mountz supervisor 2 00 SvannDayLbrColbrltsl487 A E Barnett fe Son lumberHfl 02 Jas McRoberts janitor 5 00 Lovellrnd Garrett Co Ibr 9 40 J AV Ham workon trestle 1074 A P Johnson sal and exp 52 00 Times pub ordinances c n 00 0 Anderson rk on grade 50 00 John D Atkinson fee in Benj Walters case 10 00 Champion BridgeCobrge 15000 A E Burnett son nails S7 0 W Campbell 5th mo sal 00 00 G D Hancock II II u 50 00 Margt Groves II u II 400 Jno Gaylord nccountO 00 SwannDay Lbr Co Its Ibr 44 85 Davy Morton janitor 5 00 A P Johnson sal and etc 40 55 0 Anderson bal on grade107 20 0 Shitnfessel acct 5 00 R A Irvin Sr Assessor 88 00 A P Johnson sal 40 00 Dave Morton janitor 5 00 0 W Campbell teach sal GO 00 Geo D HancockII 50 00 Maggie GrovesII II 40 00 SwannDay Lbr Co lights 80 00 J W Tipton rep ollicer 2 00 Swann Day Lbr Co Mch Its 30 00 0 0 Daniel board supvrs 2 00 CShimfossel 2 00 N McIntosh 2 00 A P Johnson sal and exp 42 GO Davy Morton janitor 600 0 AV Campbell teach sal 80 00 G n Hancock II 80 00 MlIggieGrovesII I 24 00 Harlan Rogers work on st 562 C W Oampbell teach sal 24 00 Geo D Hancock u 20 00 Margaret Groves II 16 00 N Nclntaeh supervisor 201 OShimfessel H 2 00 3 aftiV y JOO- W T Webb costs 300 SwannDay Lbr Ob Its etc 8000 A P Johnson sal and exp 42 00 David Morton janitor 7 50 J E Burgherclk sal 3000 0 AV Campbell teachsnl 45 00 J EBurgherorderCampbell 7600 Geo D Hancock teach sal 95 00 A P Kohnson sal and exp 81 50 Margaret Groves teach gal 80 00 A P Johnson sal and expo 81 OC Swann Day Lbr Co Aug Its 8CTOC W T Webb costs 800I- V R Cassidy Treas Alary CO 00 Oscar Daniel hauling gravl 3 00 A P Johnson Sept salary 40 00 D AV Oampbell teachrs sal100 00 Nannie Tracy I 7000 Pattie WareII 00 OC A Rucker janitor 10 OC A P Johnson special police 17 00 Bonakerflowers H Terry 250- 0AP Johnson sal exp 41 5C J D Atkinson Abney case 70 00 Mrs Neal board for prisnrs 420 O w Oampbell teaclirs sal 5000 John Patton witness fee 100 N annie Tracy teachers sal 40 OC Pattie WareII II 80 00 Joe King witness claim 8 00 u u II u 100- A Rucker janitor 5 00 T F Rogers Insurance 10 02 Total 72492 Bal in Treasury 216 72 Friday was the shortest day of the year In MadChases Millions rush in road bhase after icalth from one extreme 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 pa8saway Prompt reliefand quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25o at Swannpay Lumber Gos store guaranteed Sfd Qr Wills of Bnfrodsbqrgl ls visiting wicks Creek Mrl1 Maggie Wills of Rucker- illei i s spending the liolidays with hpmetfolksi MK t Ir 4- at Dressers27 in high for little girls will make a nice Christmas present Only OOc J B Eaton John Colliver formerly of this city arrived here Tuesday from Sardis Miss The Clay City National Bank is distributing among their cus tomers spine very nice calendars Mr and Mrs J E Niblack visited the tatters father J W- Elkin at Sams Sunday and Monday AVinchester will have a new planing mill This will make three plaiting mills for the blue grass city- There ssome complaint of spoiled meat with the farmers It has indeed been a bad year for curing meat Furious Fighting For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I lnda bitter battle with chron ic stomach and liver trouble but at lust 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 be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mineSold under guaru tee to do the same for you by SwannDay Lumber Company at 50a bottle Try them today Dr and Mrs C B Dixon formerly of this city but now of Jackson are visiting relatives in Memphis Tenn The Ladies Christian Aid gave an oyster supper at the lighthouse hall Wednesday night and herefore realized a very neat sum u K ul Fate It is a fearful fate tohuve to endure the terrible torture of piles I cap truthfully spy writes liar ry Colson of Masonville la that for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns pod injuries 26i ut SwunnDuy Lumber Corn pangs store Just received u new line of Fine Footwear for men women and children J B Eaton John Branham of Levee was here Friday having some dental work done by our Dr Smith Hi says that Dr Smith is the best tooth extractor he ever saw Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Rev O D Moore pastor of the Baptist church of llarpersville N Y will interest you He says I suffered agonies because ofa persistent sough resulteing from the grip I tad to sleep sitting up in bed I tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr KingsNewDis- coveryforOonsumption Coughs and Colds which entirelycured my congh and saved me from consumption A grand cure for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs At SwannDay Lumber Jos store price SOc and 8100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Goddwetling and outbuildings r two never failing springs Price 8600 one half cash This is a snap that willsoon betaken up J E BURGHER Town Property for Sale Two cottages on Seventbave iith seven lots back of Presbyterian ciiurch Will be sold at a bar gin itM Baileyik StartlingactsI A1 E1 BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Leada With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from tDaper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are 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 nLCre irl1lJ Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY inUnslackend Lime any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns ij20 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay CityI H F HiLeivmeyer Sons Blue Grass fc Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Fall of 1005 a full stock of Fruit and Ornainentul trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but tell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant and C- ustomMILLER1 CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll IhIWe tt alvr Mrs f XII33 INCORPORATED N H AViTHfinsrooN Pres 1 GapitaL Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of individ Gals firms and corporations 848 C F DANIEL GLftY CITY KY Dealer In Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest cash price paid for Chick ens Eggs and lnds Poultry Clay City Hotel J II E TON Prop 11 1 Table supplied with the best theqmarkerJ affoids Everything neat and clean Rates 8150 per day 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS CtiAnyono lendlnw a ketcb and descrlptlon urertRln o llIlon tree Whether au plteJlh11soCommuuratlonutrlctlrouDdentlai OIdeatarencrforocurlnapatenuPatents Wa14l nol Ice without CballlOo W tho BmericaLArotation of a MlN r eoldbraanewdeaierCo Offlco 8B F Bt Washington IX U a Painless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the of dangerous conditions of the female organs which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow TheofrdaIT COMES TO WOMANS RELIEF J whenever she suffers from any of womans biting and weakening pains It not only compels the pains to stop but It follows up and drives out the cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back It makes you well Try it Sold everywhere in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept Th Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Term r KimblellIIviifus iting relatives near Kimbrell this weekMrs John W Tuttle visited her mother Mrs II B Wiseman Christmas they Wll Duggin has rented the Smith lS place near here and will soon move to same W GPatrick and sona- Dirs t Owen visitedGeo W McIntosh and family last Monday Everett JMvson the fur buyer was throughihis section last week I and bought a nice lot of fur a- liM I w I sTyliaPatriclleftlii t3Mii roiim for Iudiann to ale thtr 1 11aCetheir future bothti l + oSams- Birt ilasiou closed the public I school here Friday We wish the TIMES a merry Christmas and a happy New Year D N Witt is contemplating W moving to Mndison county in the near D futuroItosh on 111 the Forks last Monday Harry Witt is very sick at this 11writing Dr Owen of Irvine is at phyStaian James Richardson has purchas ed of Joe Tuttlo one half inter est in the grist mill here Jesse Swango and wife of Pow I ell county are visiting friends and relatives hero this week tlFrankllountz and wife of Bal e linger Texas are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs H B Wiseman Sr Mose B Feltner was tried at Irvine last week and acquitted for the murder of Jesse Fields i6 r Breatlntt county 0 Tho lIon Munnell Wilson Rep E resentativeelect from Hopkins county wlio walking to Frank r fort on a banter or wager has covered the counties of Chris tian Hopkins Union and web- stert He is in excellent spirits having come all the way on foot Frankforti rMrmid Mrs James Douglas of North Middlotown ago visit W ing Mr and Mrs WIQ Mouiltz- Sn a 1 WITHOUT A PAIN writes Mary Shelton of Poplar Bluff Mo I cn do my housework althofigli before taking CARDUI two doctors had done me no good I can truthfully say I was cured by Cardul I want every suffering lady to know of this wcnderful medicine A Fine Entertainment ITbQ Stintou OnuU1 choo1- Mrs Sylvia Russell Principal gave n very flue entertainment at the Court House Friday and Saturday nights for the benefit of the school Tho house was full both nights and the decorations were also fine The entertain ment though given exclusively by the pupils was the equal and rival of many plays given in time city operas Each child partici rated and performed its part to perfection and without a mistake The entertainment was so popu lar with the people of the county scat that another entertuinnien- tlitrneraP f erg deli- aCt hit ClourtlHousoienda- yCamlxlisscners Sate Iowell Circuit C ft Lawrence Knox admr IMaiitiff versus J W Baker Ac Defendants Notice of Sale In Equity By virtue of n Judgment nnd order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the November term 1005 thereof in the above cause tho under signed will on tho tho 1st day of Jan wiry 1000 at 1 oclock p in or there about being Court Day will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to tho highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in time judgment to wit Situated on time South Fork of Red River in Powell County Ky nnd ad joining tho land of W II Amburghy and containing 76 acres and known as tho land of Sarah Baker or sum cient thereof to produce t so ordered to be mad- eThepulchllser 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 interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders wlll bd prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re tained oii tho land sold till all the purchase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Com Powell 00 Commissioners otioe Powell Circuit Court James Foster Admr Plaintiff versus Stratton Klncnld o Defendants Notice is hereby given that 1 will on t11e1COutPKfncaid deceased and all persons having chinas against said estate please to file them with mo on or be fore said date ROMULUS JACKSON M OP 00h 1 P might Jinn 1st1 Now foiiturcs ill bo Added to the befit of the mid pieces Avlucii when combined vill be nn entertainment of rare lid superior merits A number mf Olay City people will attend po add the demonstrations of tho popular play Admission 25 and 10 cents All the proceeds to go to the benefit of the school 0 0Notice to HalAll persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspucs on any lends belonging to the undersigned B B HUTSON Other names will be added to this list for 50 cents each Young Wife Shot Mrs Florence Watson wife of a wellknown lawyer of Alt Sterling Ky was shot and badly wound data dance thereby John Flarity a former suitor who slo alleged insulted her while dnncIing with her Hope for covery has been abandoned and there is talk of lynching should Mrs Watson die FEELING IIVERISH This Jf oriilng71 I A Gentle Laxati- veLAnd I I Appetizer I TBABEMAKKrjoujr obttlued In- Heountttelornvfee tklliPATETS THAT MV m thoroogbljr tc pur e pen vnnaIiol y04tOilecoE Send model photo or ikKch tor FH EE rn ti on patentability to yean practice SUR rorrreeouwebookBO3BOS StrooCWASHINGTON DC If You ARE NOTICE Thanking my patrons for their liberal patronage in the past and the many kindnesses extended I will say 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 theirsclvcs and families as can come in before the roads are bad and those that have work already finished in the gallery are respectfully requested to come and pay up and take the work out because I need the money and it is right that I should have itI Thanking every body for favors I am is ever J W HENRY Henry Wattersons Letters from Europewill A Leading Fe tur of CourierJournalDuring 01HEn MENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER HatesDailyRWeekly1ycarCOURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY uitt r emnt cung trTHE tlMESo And tIle WEEKLYCOU B IERTOURNAL Both one year for only One DollarThis is for anti subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination must bo dent through time TIMES ollico A Democrat Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans CommonerO- N MAROII 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge orfunizatinn pbm This plun provides for Oem ocrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend nil primaries of their party between rjow and the national cam paign of 150 It is u practical method for the organiza tion of the party by the rank and file in order that it may prove true to iU name and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little Investigation 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 p1eiJgesorepouring into tho Commoner office by the thot ads they are carefully flied by state county and voting precinct If time satneiJlt rest manifested in this work during the past four innntha tnuintuined during thulwxttwoycurH the total membership will exceed fourniiilionDembcraticvoters- The Commoner is issiiedAveeklypnbscripiion SI n year By special arrangements for a short time only we offer the E2City Tied and The Commoner QD 114h tnr fsi 10 AddrcssuiIorders to THETIMEsClay City Ky h rw Mill frt la I MLa I V- JD t ti iti MTN j 4 f A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro truding Plies Druggists refund mom ey if PAZO OINTIMENT foils to l cure any cane no matter of how long standing In G to 14 days First application gives ease and rest jOe- If your druggist hasnt it send 50o in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle u full line of Hose Pipe Pipe and SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCH STEB KY AND CURE THK LUNGft 1 S New figieera IFOR E0c100 Price 1Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Eastern Ry Effective Oct 22 EASTBOUND No2 Stations P m u I No4 N Lv Lexington 325 i46 Winchester 810 821 L B Junction 8213 1887- I Clay Oity85n 018- II Stunton 400- Kosslyn U23 II 412 928- Natural Bridge 4 W O5l II Torrent 4H- BeattyvilleJunc 1008 Cl 1 109 II O K Junct 0 r5 1120 Ar Jackson 010 11JQ wESTBOUND Stations No 3 P M 1 M dm Lv Jackson22II 625 0 K Junct 2 80 020 1 BeattyvilleJunc 820 7 20 t Torrent 847 7 47 NaturarBridge 401 0i II Rosslyn 425 22 fI Stanton 480828-ClayII City 430887I-I LEJupctlon608 010 Winchester 520 0i8 Lexington 005 lOlO All trains daily except Sunday Trains Nos 8 and 4 make connect tlon at Beattyvllle Junction wfth L A Railway for local stations on L stations on Ok RailwayNo and 8 connect at L feE Jtincrtenon with 0 a 0 forMt Sterling JHBAltnGen er iiToCure a Gold in One Day lr Ltxttivt Bromo liMT= Belting Fittings GENERAL wrnfOjItm cONSUMPTION Lexington 1905AA A A nnllwnynndcol1neetatOixJll- nctlol1forJocnJ Ones SCOTT Gen Pass Agt On2rfp j 1 tatytry J j 1