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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- I r I THE CLAY CITY TIMESY Ii t t1 t 1 I i I 1 8 A f e r t II 1 I 1 50 Cents a Year la Ail vane We are here to help Clay City the SnrronniliDg Country and Ourselves 1 B number Publisher 1 i 1 j J I I 1 l1 ti OraL CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JANUARY 4 1906 L NO J e rrNUtICe 11 AllljJe 6ohlr indebted to this l iper7arTkTndly rcqesteiffo ptiy up as the publisher is antici pating a business venture that will require nil the money owing us and more too We have several hundred dollars out on job work advertising and subscrip tion which is small to the differ Cnt persons whQ Owe such indebtedness but if all paid in would be much to us Start the new year right by owing the printer nothing I1 K To trie In the Estill Circuit Court at Irvine lust week George Luns ford was a life sentence for the murder of Will MIIIIU short time ago John Bryer received a two year sentence and Reed Mocabee five years in the penitentiary They were charged with stealing a horse and from Clem Beachey of Lexington last ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National Bank Clay City f Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000 This bank solicits your account and promises that all bus mess entrusted with us will receive that attention that will protect your interests and offers every courtesy consistent wih ulia bankingjtbat hal given satisfaction to our cus tomers fo po umny yoartlynbt Interest paid on Deposits at the rate of THREE PER CENT per annum compounded semiannually Correspondence invited on eveery line of Banking Clay City National Bank Clay Oity Ky SHIM F GSSBLSL Clay Citys Leading Store The 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 LARGE STOCK of 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 Goads At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a of nice Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included These goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Fall Stock This is a chance for you if you need spy of these goods School BooksF- ull Line of the newly AloptedSchoolllooks and other School Requisites kept atwuyenn hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city SUrIMF QS MI I fti2 E Mj etJ Winchester Ky w We Manufacture Sash Flooring a doorsCeiUng Blinds Weatherboardhlgt Varandas Pickets r 8tarwaY8 Shingles and Eto- i Store Fronts t Penitentiary given n buggy August N c General j Summer l 4 We are Headquarter for L BuildingPap r Felt Roofing FlintoldRoofiing rand Etc L I Irolmpt IniateiSiilpmenfs j j r 1 i j vC i U fp4C v i A La Nertr iiaess- Geo W AtjjSeason who for the past few weeks hits in a small way been handling eggs is now erecting large twostory house and will conduct a large whole sale egg and poultry business Mr Anderson will also install a meal and feed plant and conduct a wholesalo business in this line With the business sagacity pos sessed by Mr Anderson and the the opportunities in this business especially at this particular point warrant the success of the new enterprise A cash poultry and egg business is something that has been needing in Clay City for some time and wo are indeed glad to have the business with UB- ie Council Meeting The City Council met in regu lar sessioH last night and owing to the decision of the court that no legal election was held here lust fall the old Council had to servo in their usual capacity The resignation of Police Judge W T Webb was accepted and the resignation of TJ Fletcher as assesor was also accepted T J Fletcher was elected Police Judge to fill the vacancy of Judge Webb J H ORear was elect City Clerk and W K Cassidy Treasurer The regular routine of business was gone over The salaries of the various officers were left unchanged and the uightrof meeling continues to be the same Not So Good Altogether From different parts of the country where rural routes have beenestabJishedand several miles out from the distributing office complaints are coming be cause the carriers are not allowed to also carry small parcels and eTc like the star route carriers are permitted to do This only reminds us that the postal regulations should be changed so as to admit the mailing of much larger packages then the situa tion will he at least partially relieved t Valuable Advertising One ofour advertisers said to us the other day that they could easily seo the direct result of their advertising in these columns and attributed an increase in business largely to the effective ness of such advertising This is now a conceded fact by all upto now business men that advertising is indispensable in a success fully managed business and that the newspaper Jsfar the best medium Connie McClure has accepted a position as bookkeeper and stenographer for Swann DIY Lumber Company Mr McClure is a rising rising young business man whom we are glad to have in our midst 1 Fortlie next thirty days a large quantity of seasonable goods will be Bold at reduced prices at Ea tons store oi 0 AE Protheroe of Stamping Ground was here a few days lastaweekz t+ J jtin- ti i G Y f How the Farmers Los Y The farmers should devote more of their thought and labor to improving their soils than any one thing on the farm The ed ucated farmer can cultivate his fields summer and winter grow ing large crops and yet improv ing the fertility of the soil Agricultural papers have been ex pounding this process and urging their readers to adopt this pro lific and enrichingsystem Ev ery soil ve rye bar ley or hairy vetch now growing on their land where corn grew lust summer but they have been neglected and remain barren and subject to considerably washes In this way each acre is losing more or less fertility which can and should be regained by the proper rotatation of winter crop Paynter Wins Judge Thomas H Paynter was nominated for United States Son ator by the Democratic joint istive caucus in Frankfort LeI day on the first ballot Tie stood Paynter 50 Blackburn 34 Haldeman 30 David H Smith 2 Representative Barry voted for Ollie lames afterward changing his vote to Blackburn The nominee accepted the honor in a brief speech and Senator Blackburn and Mr Haldeman by also spoke Harvey McCutchen and Eli H Brown were nominated for Prison Commissioners A Merchants Experience merchant who had two stores in two small towns tried an experiment He put a bargain count r in each store containing the same articlesat the same prices In the newspaper of one village he advertised the special sale counters In the paper of the other lie did not In one month in the village where he did not advertise he sold 8984 00 worth of goods In the store where he did advertise he sold the sume goods u mounting to 81 724 00 In com menting on the result of the experi ment the merchant says People who got the paper with the advertisement would pass by one store and drive for miles to the other one for what they could have gotten at the same price in my store at their door but they did not know it was there Reliable estimates by the Sec retary of Agriculture show that there are 5789057 farms in the United States Each farm contains on an average seventytwo acres and there are about six persons on each farm Small farms are better tilled and more profitable than large ones More than half the farmers own their lands Howard Case Affirmed The Uuited States Supreme Court affirmed the judgment of the Kentucky Court of Appeals in imposing a life sentence on James B Howard charged with the murder of Gov Goabel Every tiling in Readytowear Trimmed and Untrimnied Hats at cost ire JyY Williams lent Our school will close here at Chop Chestnut next Friday V Mesdames J M Mullens and Ann Smyth went to Xena Monday Uncle Frank Johnson and wife of Bowen vibited friends here last week G A Crabtree and wife visit ed relatives in Estill county Sat urday and Sunday Ed Howell left hero Monday for Ohio where he expects to make his future home Mrs Abbey Rogers of Estill county is visiting friends and relatives here at this writing Melvin Morton G A Crab tree and 0 W Brisco went to Stanton Monday on business Well Xmas is over and it seem ed that every body got the bene fit of it in this neck of the woods S P Reed of Winchester was here last week visiting his broth er J J Reed He is now visit ing iris parents in Estill county Married on Monday of last week at the brides home Miss Mary L Rogers to JrF G Powell Jr with Rev Joe Adams offi ciating All present report a nice time In his message to the Legislature Gov Beckham reviews the various Branches of the Plates c k calling attention to the excellent re sults obtained in various institu tions At the close of the last fis cal year June 30 1905 there was in the Treasury balance of 437 343 1C Silk Sale Big reduction in prices on all silks excepts Black Mrs J W Williams DEATHS Thomas Mclloberts died at the home of his brother James Mc Roberts in this city Monday of consumption Burial at Powells Valley Tuesday Deceased leaves a wife und two children Elder B S Burgher of Winchester is visiting ieJ 1ti vcsl ere Cloaks and Skirts Big drive in these two items Mt very close prices Mrs J Williams PKOKE88IONAL CARDS w1N4NN11NLIIN 411 W1141N11N11411144141414 Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up atalri In the Central Note 1iwhere experienced Practitioner may be foun day and night prepared to execute all kinds o high grade work known to modern Dentistry R AIRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON OLY OITV KY BR SMITH MD t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY t a Feltner Acquitted Mrs Foltner mother of Mose Feltner who was acquitted here last week on the charge of mur der was present during the trial Sho is 05 years old and rode horseback miles from her home 7 miles beyond Hyden teslie county to London on her way here She expressed her happi ness on the nquittnl of her son and returned home rejoicing to spend a merry Christmas vine Hearld Senator Ecton has returned to the Blackburn fold and says he will now vote for him for U S Senator instead of voting for Paynter as he said he would do in a signed card last week It is not too late yet to send the TIDIES for New Year present Texhoma Okla Dec 24 1005 Mr J E Burgher Olay City Ky We are sorely missing the week ly visits of the TIMES as we have moved from Miami Enclosed you will find money order for fifty cents to pay for the TIMES for the year 1900 Please change from Miami Tee to Texhoma Okla We would be glad the Editor would come and see us and the countryA Xmas and Happy New Year to all our kind Ken tucky friends who read the TIMKS D Sicc M L CHRISTOPHER Hows This We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY do Co Teledo 01 We the undersigned haveknown F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe hun perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fit nancially able to carry out any ob g ligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNAN ds MARVIN I Wholesale Druggists Teledo 0 interfand mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take HalLB Family Pills for con stipation PUBLIC SALE OF Flour Mill AT CLAY cut KY THURSDAY FEB 1i06i The above property is a new Full Roller Process Mill with Corn Meal attachment in a new frame building erected for this purpose It was first put in operation March 41005 and the Flour Department hasnt been run altogether more than three weeks and the Meal De partment has be nrun but little so It is virtually new mill The Flour made by this mill ia 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 itsownE lectrio Light Plant The iiale will be conducted on the premises beginning at 10 oclock A M Terms J The Mil Building fixtures and all dppurtertaridea will be sold f rlo shi in air and J in 12 months the purohaaer to give notear with pptov a eeourityand J rionmillwith G per c6nt inter est fronl date 4 1 MCKINNI3YP- res ClasCilyRolltrMills Co lit r f y THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad Vance otherwise 75 Cents Enteredas secondclass mail matter Thursday J nuary4 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and Courier Journal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 The December meeting of the City Council adjourned last Sat urday night after holding a very important meeting The most important transaction was the al lowance of the balance on the bridge which is less than 4751 Of the 1214 50 subscribed for the bridge all has been paid in but 157 and part of this will be paid later This is a pretty fair showing and proves that Powell county people can be depended upon to do as they agree to a large extent The amount due on the bridge would not have been allowed at this time but the contract says that the bal ance must be paid during the year 1905 and so the council did the next best thing At the time the contract for the bridge was made the council anticipated the usual collection of 1500 saloon license but which has been knoked out by local option and makes settlementlmpossible Senator McCrary who is a member of the Senate Committee on Immigration will introduce a bill to amend existing laws Last year over one million emigrants arrived in this country andonly six hundred of them came to Ken tucky Senator McCreary will ask that some city on the South ern coast be made an immigration station He will probably also offer further restrictions They seem necessary With the unspeakable condition of affairs in Russia we are likely to have hundreds of thousands of unspeakable emigrants and further legislation is necessary for our own protectionEx During the past four years of this papers existence it has not missed an issuefiftytwo papers every year except last year when we published fiftythree Most papers laid off last week while the TIMES crmo out as us ual It is the sole intention of the publisher to continue to pub lish a paper worthy the support of every citizen in the county And by doing this we feel that we fully merit the liberal patronage we receive The United States Senatorial race at Frankfort is boiling hot and is getting hotter but front the present indications Paynter will win the race and he is very confident R W Miller of Mad ison county was defeated for the Speakership of the House by Henry JR Lawrence of Trigg county a Paynter man and there are other things pointing his way I The spirit of the times appears aIsotp have Paid hold upon the state I government of Indiana First a I shortage was discovered Intlte ac counts of the auditor and he resign I n4w ed September the request of Gov Hanly He is now under in dictment only a part of the short ago said to amount to 147000 00 having been made good Next the adJutantgeneralresigned at the at the governors demand his accounts being found some 81000 00 short which he immediately made good Now irregularities have been found in the secretary of states office and the governor has demanded hie resignation which has been refused Impeachment pro ceedings it is reported will be rec ommended to the Legislature On ly the governor now appears to be above auspicion Football Brutality Football claimed a larger num ber of sacrifices during the past season than ever before Nineteen young men and boys and one girlthe first ever killed be cause of participation in a football gameare known to have died as direct result of playing the game and there are others whoseinjuries may yet prove fa talAs compared with previous years the list of twenty deaths is considerably greater and the pro portion of serious injuries larger In 1901 there were seven deaths in 1002 fifteen in 1903 fourteen and in 1904 fourteen For Sale or Rent House of several rooms in gpod repair Apply at this office for in formation n fGaT EITIfU VITALm Media will Man of Mt 7 TCrii of IIproduce tho ah ore rotclts In 30 days XI actl end quickly cur wbenaUottcn till OIIQaWlUft tlmr I0Il OCl4ollD4014 ae wilt neoftr tlleir yoiadel1coruy eels unYo It otieklyacdanretrrwloreaxervo seas roee Yltanty JapoltDclL HllbtlJ ZB teat u mm yrifcl vrlMFar O n ltlbeNat ofdlaea bn- ttaagnataevl torte M4 IIIood Inillder rlqKg back tba Iowto pile olobaandn albs tl a bi anted sa vsa Od8F U- IHIISJartrdLNwNYf- My wrdMtr aaae 1 Met 4 IIte AddnYA REVIVO dll11U1tJM4 ILL For Stile In Clay City Ky By B Littlepage Son 81DiTake e p Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by Ins the inervM and Unda opium morphine cocaine anciother dangerous but by In creasing the natu aetlon modern Thl dbooverleaIn nedlctIt pOMtble to relley pain without bad afterreffeetg can iafelydepend upon Dr Muac AntiPain Pllla to relieve and euro ucla paInt as Neuralgia Iemdachetomaeh ache Fain RheumaUi Backacho Toothache lite IDIractIon lieve such dlsfresslnr feelings as Via zlnesa CarBlckneis ludlceitlon Jrri etaNotalso absolutely cur because by pene verlne In their use you do away with the cause DrI1UesAnUPaI Pota iue guar anteed that anal package will benefit or your money Never fold in bulk mm thanlcful fair the good DrMnea AnUIaln Pitta bav are havehl1c1ache caused byicatarrlv anUlMx r1lI11theme relief ftlnc then I have not hadone hard attack because t take a PIU OBAI1NDEnsPEWrite tows tor1IrHTrl of rMII Anti Pain niw the New Beiewiflo Red Our8pectalletwmyouwhat1 wrong andikow to right It oLABORA1OB1E8 hJ J 1 SY It will be to Your Ad vantage to see0ur Assortments in Wool Dress Goods Wash Dress Goods Victoria Dress Linings Silks Black Taffetas and Peau d Soles White Goode- Household Lis Dress Linens Ginghams Percales Prints Domestics Dress Skirts Lace Curtains Window Shades Fans e Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Shirts- Underwear Notions Gloves and Hosiery HandkerchiefsUmbrellas I 1 The Dress Goods House of Clay City i MRS JiI WILLIAMS Clay City Kentucky The Whitest WHite CakeiThe Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Mode WbenYou Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour I Tike No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY 1 Sold by our Leading Merchants l X- INSURE IFA LYON WITH SON 1 t 1 e tot EolllteruKeutucki x 5- t 1 t aym i Over 200600000 i L i I Everyone who knows anVfbi g epresentedt abut insurance know f f thera elaaersinthi8Hne 1 tt x t + 1ki OAADOTCS MEf77vr1thiil6 M r == = fewM cttr i T wl+ oiAtmIIIlftYftUIlItIC1a let ul taibs tides tiedwIII- IIiIItCIoo4C berbretlg agood M of hnpnrerbeafeteioae1dljrenbkreamsa7AiewiryisewpwrwSIaet 1- r + to kh sa- lpreIro14rdatrband amawmbefN incta rsa eetoregaoluaeaeMev IStrotU r1fM I Y i r it lff c4AYGIi I wKYrl h tHE TIMES- y A X ALL HMEMADE PAPER I THURSDAY wJAN 4 1000 LOCAL BREVITIES 1Dr B Littlepnge was in Lex ington on business Saturday 1 Mr and Mrs N It Swopo vis ited relatives at Stanton this week The County Board of Supervisors have been in session at Stun ton this week D W Martin merchant of Rosslyn was here Tuesday trans acting business Dorris Mize and George Lit tlepage returned to school at Ha iol Green Tuesday J D Cottmnn of Kimbrell transacting1lusinees Just received a new line of Fine Footwear for men women I and children J B Eaton L Letcher Dalton who lilts a po- I sition with L E Railway has moved from West Bend to Lex ington The usual semiannual divi dend was declared by the direct ors of the Clay City Naticnal Bank Friday The various county officers were sworn in and gave bond at Stanton Monday and assumed their duties Mr and Mrs J F Webb and Iothers from Clay City attended the school entertainment at Stanton Monday night W O Hoskin of near Win chester came up Monday to visit his mother Mrs Patsey Hoskin and other relatives Quarterly meeting will beheld at the Methodist church in this city Sunday Presiding ElderE G B Mann will be here from i LexingtonMr Mrs Harry Shattuck have returned to their home at Willow Lee county after spend ing the holidays with relatives in this county t The City Board of Supervisors has been in session this week The board consisted J W Hen ryW T Adams andJ F Webb all capable men The Farmers Deposit Bank ofI Irvine will begin business about Feb 1st Arthur Hayse was last week elected President and Jas A Wallace Cashier Willie we did not receive that one hundred new subscribers for 4aChristmas present we did reo boive quite a number new names And many more renewals A number of valuable items were crowded out last week by advertisements Seine good cor respondence had to also be left out altogether or culled down Mr and Mrs Frank Mountz of Balhnger Texas who are vis jting relatives 3n Estill and Pow ellcountisvisited the formers brother Wm Mount Sr Sat urday TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qui + v nine Tablets Druggists refund mono ey if it fails to cure E W GROVES aignaturo is on each box 25cf j1 7 fZrr 9 4t = =If according to the old saying the first twelve days of January rule the respective twelve months we will have a nice January dreary February and a rainy MarchaMr N R Swope who has been employed nt Lexington for sometime will move to that city this week Mr Swope is a very enterprising citizen whom we regret to lose- George P Douglas well and favorably known to many of our readers has been elected to the office road Commissioner Mont gomery county at a salary of 1 000 00 per year Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of W 34th St New Yorkat one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes UI had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure it until I used Buck lens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 26c at SwannDay Lbr Cos store Ben Mastic who sold out last fall at Wnltersvilfe and moved to Ohio has moved back with his family and will remain in old Powellcounty which is now with Mr Mastin like many other wise people a favorite spot Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than- a medicine which meets modern re quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25o guar anteed If you want to always be on time keep your watch in good repair See Webb School House Burned The Walnut Grove school house near Bowen took fire while school was in session week before last and burned to the ground The building was a good house and the loss falls heavily on the dis trict Joe Clark was teacher The fire originated from the flue which was defective This is a lesson for other trustees of school districts in the county They sho ldsee above all that the school house has a good brick flue The school liked but a few days of being out There 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 All work guaranteed They Will Come Back T J Scrivner and family who have been living in Afton I T recently returned to Estill to reside Taylor and Andrew Centers who removed from this county last Spring to Indian Ter ritory have returned with their families Ill health in their fam ilies necessitated their return to- EstillEstill County Herald For sIe Fine Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is rich riVer bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and all nec essary out bUildingn Six good springs on the place convenient to school and etc plenty of timber to keep fence up on the place will grow corn wheat tobacco and ev erything else raised in the State Will be sold as the whole or divided in two tracts This sa rare Bargain Fpr particularcall J EBuE6npR Clay City i I yJJ letting Well Mrs Henry Watson who was shot at a dance one night last week by John Flarity nnd was at the time thought to be mortally wounded is getting better and may recover Flarity was taken to Winchester for safe keeping and later was taken on to Lex ington for fear of mob violence if Mrs Watson should die Flar ity says he doesnt remember anything about the shooting as he was drinking at the time Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague und Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of eppecial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driving it entirely out of the system It is much to be pre ferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects E S Mun ay of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters which saved his life At SwannDay Lumber Cos store price 50c guaranteed Kentucky in the Lead Kentucky leads every other state in the Union in the acreage and value of this years tobacco crop Its crop is more than twice the size and value of the crop in North Carolina which is next in importance Kentucky according to a bulletin just made public by the Department of Ag riculture lids raised 275874 a cres of tobacco this year making a total production of 228075420 pounds or an average yield of 830 pounds per acre The aver age price per pound is seven cents making Kentuckys total crop for 1005 worth 0028270 r A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINT MENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days 50c MARRIAGES t Mr Milton Morehead of West Bend was Married Wednesday December 27 to Miss Bertha Watts at the brides home near Indian Fields Mr J 0 Douglas was married in Nicholas county Ky December 201005 to Miss Bertha Frank Bar row daughter of Geo W Bar row Mr Douglas ts a son of Janiei Douglas formerly of this county A him Tragedy- is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in each one another victim Comsumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the trageiy is averted F G Huntley of Oaklandon Indwrites My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Final ly she took Dr Kings New Dis covery forConsumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germs ofall diseases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50o and 100 by SwannDay Lumber Cos store Trial bottle tree Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing springs Price 8600one half cash This is upIPropertyfor Sale ITwoc on Seventh ave withseven lots back of Presbyters an church viil lie Bold at a bar gain tl V itBailey p f I Startling Facts A E BARNETT a SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice Now Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from t Gaper 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 il II Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime 65 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F Hilienmeyer Sons Blue Crass Nurseries LEXIITOTOV KY Offer for the Fall of 1005 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but tell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLERI CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bol lMeal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll IteWltts rat sw I FN PNMf WHIM lK s- i I THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIEKSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 JO We solicit the accounts of individ uals 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 kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel J II EATON Prop 1 Table supplied with the best the markerf affords Everything neat and clean Rates 160 per day IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARImaygnlckl1Invention Ionstrlotl conedent on steals sent free oldest to ts Patents taken tmency ittnmcnnotice without a Scientific JltterimA handiomely Illnitnted weekly IJireeit etr rotation of any Kt ntUo Journal Terms t3 a QeikGJ IuiuiJL PQIOD Life often seems too long to the woman who suf 1 fers from painful periods The eternal bearing n down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizzinessgriping cramps and similar tortures are- dreadfulrl To make life worth living take I r- c tineojrdu1 Ii Womans Relief- It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable p At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER t freely and frankly in strictest confidence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plan sealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory DeptThe Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn SPOUT SPRING D McKinney was I ere n short while this week Tommy Christopher was below the latter part of the week Joe McKinney visited relatives in Clark county the first of the week ElderGeor e W Mclntosh wiill preach at the Baptist church Sat xirdaj and Sunday that being tHe regular church days Sams file Happy Nrv Year is here with its doubts and fears Mrs J J Morgison visited Mrs ilillhrd McIntoUh Sunday t Pcgjert9lorgisou is visiting his 1 brother at Riddville this week Harry Witt and wife visited Harlin Winburn and wife Sun dayBill Shepherd bought of James Curtis one hog at 4 75 per hun dred Mildredlickntt9h bought of a bunclfof hogs for 17 James Curtis is moving to the Tuttle place on the river We welcome Mr Curtis Osuiu Bowman of Kiddville visited friends aiidrolutiveehere three days of lll tfweekIt William Duggins rented the Smothers place near Kim brell and will move to sumo soonI Miss Cora Winbtirn visited her brothers Totn und Harlin Win burn ut Kimbrell from Saturday till Monday Virden Marion Williams sold a horse for 110 QO G D Cook was in Wolfecoun ty recently on busines 0 0 Curtis bought a beg from Mr Borders for 4 cents Willie Curtis sold n cow to Greely Snowden for 22 50 GW Curtis of Pino Ridge visited his brother 00 Curtis last week R L Daniel bought tho Billie Mastin farm for 250 and moved to it recently C 0 Curtis Alvin Adams tend Clay demons were all in Win jchesteflast week on tipsiness T JS Ware has been summon ed to Frankfort as n witnetisn f f 4 I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L 0 Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than I have been for a long time sr the Court of Appeals at its Janua ry term J W Baker was in Lexington last week no business Mesdames Ilu Pace and Kate Watts of Clark county were the pleasant guests of their parents Mr and Mrs A Patton last week BillieHudson sold rind delivered lii8crop of tobacco to Fds ter at Winchester for 8 cents straight and John demons sold his crop do Al Duckworth at Schollvillc at 7 and 3 cents Wo hope Old Santa Glaus will go to see the editor of the TIMES and bring hirna goodly number of subscribers to tho interesting and newsy sheet Yecorrespond ent jaive some of his chin music in order to swell the list of sub scribers An early morning fire at May- field K destroyed property Worth about 10000 The street car strike at Padu- cah Ky declared tour months ago has boon called oil Corn in Kentuck- yIt has been estimated that Ken tucky grows annually about 80 bushels of corn and yet the average yield per acre is only about twentynine bushels It is the earnest desire of the State College to aid time fanners to raise this average several bushels per acre To do this will require that- we take special pains to select only the best seed corn this fall and protect it properly this win ter If the seed corn has not already been selected it should be at once Select ears that matur ed well that show good proper tion of corn to cob and an ear that does not taper too much from butt to tip Select ears that are well filled out at butts and tips and that lave rows and ker nels that are close together and and kernels of an even size A bove all things select oars that arotrue to variety type After selecting these seed ears store them where they will dry theIso them but it is a combination the cold freezing weather and moisture in the corn that weak ens or destroys the gcrminatian of the corn One good way of keeping the corn is to hang it up in theatticjdry cellar is a good place too Do f not make the mistake of cording or piling Jtaijvjn fl warm room where it y- tJ n will not dryQutjand do not put it in close barrels or boxes v Ton very large extent the corn planter controls the yield of corn because if the corn is not planted evenly we can not ex pect an even stand A great loss to the cornraisers is mused by planting seed corn which will not germinate when planted or lit least if it dies germinate ht all dos so in n very weak manner The seed corn should be tested for germination and next spring the Ken tucky Agricultural College will test the seed corn for the farmers of this State free of charge We earnestly desire that the farmers of tins State cooperate with us in increasing the corn yield in Ken tucky J J HOOKER Asst Prof Agriculture Ky State College Removal Notice On or before November loth Dr Bertram Smith the Dentist will move his office to the fine room up stairs in the Contial Ho tel annex next door to the ex change on main street in order to get better light and will fit up the most complete Dental Of Lice in Eastern Kentucky Notice to HUIUO All pomms are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspnis on any lands belonging to the undersized B 13 HUTSON Other names will be addedto this list for 50 cents eac- hFEELINGi UVERISH1 This MorningTAKE I A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer tJCoo ir= i If YouARE NOTICE Thanking my patrons for their liberal patronage in tho 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 nt 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 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 it Thanking every body for favors I am as ever J W HENRY Henry lattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Featur of CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ATfRACTIOE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING 10 MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER I UntoDailyRWcekly1I COURI ERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY I By Special Arrangements I can get THE TIMES And tile WEEKLY COUKIERJOURNAL I Both ono year for only One Dollar I This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination olltr must bo sent through tho TIMES olllcc i ir dIo rT A Democrat I Or if You are not You will v want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge orgunizution plan This plan provides for Dem ocrats to hignu pledge binding thuiuselves to attend all I primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1008 It it a practical method for the organiza tion of the party by tile rink and tile in order that it may prove true to its nime and be the efficient servant of the people in the establishment of reform A little 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 tho Commoner office by the thousands where they are carefully filed by tate couuo ty unto voting precinct I If time sameiiterest manifested in this work during the t past four months is maintained during till ncxtawo venrritlio total membership will exceed fourmjllioji Democratic t rl The Commoner is issued weokly Hiiliscvipuon SI a year By speeiiil arrangement for u shortnmoinily we ofTr tilt Clay City Times and The Commoner op 11rr 110 Address all orders to THE TIMES Glay Gity Ky Take Laxative Quinine Tau ts- SevraMWon IfI2soatlis TW tUOUtnr J f r 0- f I a i The Hagan 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 Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY md TRADEMARKS proraptiy obuined la all countries or no f We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY advertlw them thoronghljr at our expeiuc and help you to rooceas Bend model photo or sketch for FREE report on patentability SO years pmctlcu sun PASSING REFERENCES For tree Golds t Loon on Profitable Patents write to BO3SOS Seventh StrooC WASHINGTON D C i KILL THE 6uCMcArm CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cOHSUKPTION OUGHS and OLDS Bureat end QulcKect Cure for alltTHEOAT end LUNG TROU3 1338 or MO EY RACK LoxingtonEasternEy Effective Oct 22 1905 EASTBOUND No2 Stations P m No ILv Lexington 325 75 Winchester 810 825 1 L E Junction 321 89TI Glny City 358 0i18 Stanton 406 Die3 1 Ilosslyn 412 + t1CS II Natural Hridgo 4 W O54 Torrent 441 1008 HeattyvilleJunc 511 i1A lU 1 0 K Junct 0 jUG Ar Jackson 010 J1ZCJ WESTBOUND No3 Stations 1 M 4 LvJacksen2 25 025 0 K Junct 2 80 0 20 BcattyvilleJunc350 723 4 Torrent 347 747 Natural Bridge 401 O11 I Kosslyn 425 22 Stanton 4CO 828 t 4 Oliw Oitv 43 837 10 LE Junction 8W J t Winchester 02a n9i AirL xington C05 All trAlno daily except Siindiiy Trains Nos 3 and 4 niaktv coiintutt lion ht Beattyville JuncilwrvlHvL A Railway for loral Htatonnpn jj fc A Railway and connrot lit O cx Junction for local stations onOYbK- Huilway No1 and 8 connect at7j J ETTinc- tionwlth Oa0fom 1tHh fline IJ U llmn- lien Manager rT Cure a Cold in One Day Bromo il50c AMi 1A 910ifoelni OsScorrIi h0 a 1 Iev 1tox2S s- tl t 1l