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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t is THE CLAYfOIlY TIME 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay tin the SarronnJing Country and Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher VOL XI CLAY CITY KY THUHSDA1 JANUARY J8 1905 NO 3 Notice All persons indebted to this paper are kindly requested to pay up as the publisher is antici pating a business venture that will require all the money owing us and more too We have sev oral hundred dollars out on job work advertising and subscrip tion which is small to the different 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 Youtsey Afraid of Henry E Youtsey owardI life sentence at Gccbel and who was star witness against Jim Howard has appealed to authori ties to send Howard also tenced for life for the alleged killing of Qoobel to Eddy ville prison He is afraid How will do Jim harm if they are placed in the same jail Consideration for others is a good brand of charity ESTABLISHED 1890 Clay City National BanK j Clay City Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000I This bank solicits your account and prompts that ull business entrusted with us will receive that attention that will protest your interests and offers every courtesy consistent with sound bunking that has given satisfaction to our cus pUotIliterrRtDeposits at the rate of THREE PER CENT per annum compounded semiannually Correspondence invited on eveery line of Bunking Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky I rs SHIMFSSCLS I Y o Clay Citys Leading Store The store where you have been dealing fur the past twen ty years with the most Satisfactory results is still in the field with the usual LARGE STOCK of General Merchandise selling to the Best 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 LOSTa Jof nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery lord Etc In fact all Summer Goods ure included These goods though seasonable now must be sold to make room for our New Full Stock This is a chance fur you if you need any of these goods e School Books Full Line of the newly Adopted School Books and other School Requisites kept always nn hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to all parts of the city SHIMFBSSELS iMFciWinchester do We Maijufacture S hlFlooringitbor Blinds Weatherboarding Varahdas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts murder the the sen the ard People We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintold Roofiing J and Etc Send us Your estimates jE JI Prompt Shipments f r rt j tc 7T + = 4 NelsonClark Mr Chas Nelson of Cincinna tiOhio and Miss Addle Clark youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs G W Clark were married at the Vvuglins Mill Christian Church Thursday January 11 Rev R A Irvin officiating Im mediately After the ceremony the happy young pair left for their now homo in Cincinnati Both the young people are very prominent in local social circles whore each leave always lived until about 8 year ago when Mr Nelsen moved to Cincinnati The TIMES and a number of well wishers extendcongratulations If you dont want to appear poor dont think youre poor and you wont boil says Mary Ellen Lease It would be fine if Mary could induce the grocer to think that way too I political Published Magazine designed personal conversation Published monthly 75c- TheClay Dignams rlegazine The Valley flagazlne Agricultural Epltomist RY Indianas secretary of State de clines to surrender his oflice and the governor has held up his sal ary It looks as though Indiana had developed a governor at last who is determined to Read These Prices Mens Heavy Fleeced Under wear per suit8actsWo- mensHeavy Fleeced Un derwear per suit 50 Best calico mercerized per yd 0 7 Cakes Soap 25 Loaf Sugar per Ib 8 Childrnns Union Suits2350ct Embroidered Linen Handkerchi f BO Wine of per bottle 00 Lydia IinkltantsCompouud flO u Nutmegs 10 for 5 J B Eaton MAILED FOR I The and Home f j The Farm and Home Sentinel r l The Valley is for homo special writers on m timely subjects in each It brings latest and In matters of health recreation fashions and do mestic economy and con duct etc Ii For Only and Sentinel govern Brown Cardui abound number factson beauty A Good Law A bill has been introduced in the Legislature that should pass and become a law It is a meas ure against smoking and selling himself or clerk servant or a gent directly or to make sell exchange or give away any cigarette or cigarette paper and any person who shall make a cigarette him sele or another out of tobacco and cigarette shall be deemed a 1 1Il 1 1 1rerIlFence posts treated in the fol lowing manner will last a life time or more Posts that have been in the ground seven years when taken out were as good as when weio first put in the ground Take boiled linseed oil and stir in it pulverized charcoal to the consistory pini Put a cont of this over the end is to go into the ground using the mixture freely l SIGN THE COUPON BELOW AT ONCEB I Our Extra Ordinary Offer IFarm and Home Sentinel 1 F Digiiams Magazine The Magazine IAsricultural Epitomist IWILL BE YOU EACH MONTH CENTSS tfJ Farm Sentinel established FederllI firsta1semimonthly The Valley Magazine the depnrthby the knowledge experience heavyfineindirectly for art Dignams Magazine IDignams Magazine is the latest success in the magazine field Tt hats nn AUivive cover in 1 HJterestinghold contains articles on art music literature and beautiful pictures galore Published monthly fe Agricultural Epitomist 1fcSjS The Agricultural Epitomist enjoys the distinc tiom of hilltthe only uerilittululiu itiworld IS edited and on a i riASpcllcerare constantly egaged in experiments in all lines of agriculture the reports of which appear exclu sively in this publication In addition more than II score of the best writers in the country con Et11 tribute regularly to its columns As its name jp3ofnot the best monthly farm paper in the country fe Clay City Times IThe as the leading weekly of Powell County It corn county It has an honest policy bucked by sound principles in the future as in the past labor for the upbuilding of Clay as well JWITHIN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER THIS UNIQUE COMBINATION 1 both old and new subscribers wn make this offer at great expense the TIMES ever ready to se ITo best possible for its readers If you appreciate clean honest journalism both in your week and the magazine you take into your home you should appreciate this offer t File City Times Farm Home cents that they that rlultTHE CLAY CITY 1UIE1ownhState Clay City Ky DatelJO IIPlease send the Clay City TIMES to me for twelve months for which I enclose 75 cents with the understanding that I am to receive one 3ears subscription to The Farm and Home Sentinel Dignams Magazine The Valley Magazine and The Agricultural Epitomist Am you a now or old subscriber Name ICommence delivery Address This Offer May Be Withdrawn tit Any Time Bo dot at Once I Jr HH The One Ting Lacking However much Anteriit auslimy differ whIm it comes to voting there seems to have been a strik ing unanimity in the mutter of rampai ucontributions Through the kind llico of the insurance companies Democrats Populists Socialists Prohibitionists Inde pendents and Republicans have lopn permitted to lend financial aid to the Republican party and the only thing lacking is for these good people to delegate toI the insurance officials their right to vote It would save a lot of trouble if Messrs McUall cC Cow pany could say to one another Hwe will cast the votes of our policy hqlders for so and so and thereby settle the election without confusion or excitement That the thing has never been attempt ed is doubtless duo to an over sight It must be admitted how ever an extenuating circum stance that the insurance offi cials have overlooked but few of the main chances Advance Gov Vardeman Mississippis sound minded Chief Executive in his message to the State Leg isla Lure opposes the spending of public money for the education of the negro He contends that the negro bscomes more criminal as ho acquires education This is an observant fact that that is the sase with the majority of the race wherever they may be found Hows This We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F Y CHENEY tL Co Jeledo 0 We the undersigned Imveknown F J Cheney for the last 15 yours and believe hun perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fi nan iully ube to carryout any ob ligations made by his firm VALUINB KIHVAX S MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally auhig directly upon the hlod and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists TV TL1jI Pills for eon Htipittioii PUBLIC SALE OF Flour Mill AT CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEB 1 06 The above property isa new Full Roller Process MillwIth Corn Meal attachment in a now frame building erected for this purpose It was first put in operation March 4 1005 and the Flour Department liusnt been run altogether more than three week and the Meal Department has been run but little KO It is 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 Moiler arid 30 h p Engine the building is Steam Headland his its ownE lectric Light Plant The Sale with be conducted on the premises be ginning at 10 oclock AM Terms The Mill Building fixt ures and all appurtenances will be sold for l cash J in SIX and J in 12 months the purchaser to give notes with approved security and lien on mill with percent inter est from date J F McKINNEY Pres Clay City Roller Mills Co Inc THETIMES iunusiini EVERY TIIUUSDAY J B liur her 1ublishcr y Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ai vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclnss mail mutter Thnmlay January 18 IflOf CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papery at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville ommercial 75 t t Home and Farm 75 KENTTCKIANS HOME COMING WEEK The programme for Home Coming 1Veeki in Louisville June 1B to 17 when one hundred thousand former Kentuckians are expected to go back to their nat ive heath is rapidly taking shape The first day Wednesday June I B will ho known ns Reception anti Welcome Day the second June 11 as Foster Day the third June 15 as Daniel Boone Day the fourth Juno 15 as Greater Kentucky Tayfend the fifth Sunday June 17 ns Until We Meet A gain The address of welcome is to bo delivered by Henry Watter son and responded to by David R Francis of Missouri Others on the programme are Wm Lindsay Jolla G Carlisle John 11 Harlan Thos T Crittenden Ad lai E Stevenson etc There will he a civic and mili tary parade on the first day and every county in the State will establish headquarters in the new Armory which is the second mar gest building of the kind in the Uuited States On Foster Day there will be several events in memory of the author of My Old Kentucky Home including the unveiling of a statue of Fos ter which will later be cast in bronze laid placed in the new Capitol at Frankfort Daniel Boone Day will bo one of the fea tures of the week during which there will be sewing bees apple parings corn huskins and old fashioned dances The Commer cial Club has offered u handsome medal to the person present on Daniel Boone Day who can prove the closest relationship to the great pioneer On Greater Kentucky Day there will bo barbec ues campfires etc and orators will be given the opportunity to tell how Kentuckians have help ed make other States greater by their having lived in them On Sunday former Kentuckinns will fill all the pulpits in Louisville Send names and addresses of any former Kentuckians you may know to It E Hughes Secretaty Commercial Club Louisville NOTICE- I will be at my studio everyday that it is possible to make pictures preprared to turn out a nice line of photographs My terms are strictly CASH when the negative is made and ifi tliq future there will be no deviation from this rule J W HENRY We are agents for the famous Queen Quality shoes for women and are showingtt nice as sortment ofstyles Ill tlietii Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky C For Sale or entj7House of several liroonitun gpbil repair Applyttt this olliiio for Information Commissioners Saleo 1 I PowM Circuit Cotrt CitiesThomson Grocery Co PlaIntiffs versus 1 W S llogers Cw Defendants Notice of sole in By virtue of u jtidgtnentand order of sale of the Poell ir ctiit Court rendered at the Nov Term lOQfi thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on the Cth day of February 1900 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being Court Day will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auc tion to the highest bidder on a qredit of six months at the Court House door Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit- Beginning atn Make in the Blevins line thence with his line West to a stake thence North with same line to a maple mark ed as a pointer thence East with the Blevins line to a pine corner thence South with Blevins line to the beginning containing 55 acres more or less Also another tract beginning at a stone corner at W line runt fur We sf to I P Ana ins 1 he thence North with Adams lino to a stone in 0 Mastina line thence East back to 0 W Rus sells line thence south with Rus sells line to the heginning con taining llt acres or Eulicient i thereof to produce 82075 to or deiwl to he mode The purchaser will be rpqr ired to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a replevin bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms Alien will he retained on the laud sold till till the purchase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JAOKSOK 11 C P C Chas it Occurred To you why So many wheat flaked foods iiuve collie mid gone Lack of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cretins Crisp gives it tt tasttt quality un- lqlalbu Iliin uci fu 11 growing business I I Start now and get full value for your dime Ask your Grocer t and accept no substitutes wt4 REVIVO 1i RESTORES VITALITY 1t Made a- WellMa 1 of MeTHE GEUILLtz z Fim ca x I1I produces the above results In 30 dlllo It tell powerfully and qnicklr Cures when aill other taiL VoaDgmenwIUregaln their lottntnboodtodold men will recover their youthful vigor t r using KEV1VO It quickly amdinrelrreitoref Mentooo EmINlolztoltPowerFa1UDI til eructs of Belt abnee or excess and iDdUeretion CTMch nsot one foraitndrbnslneM ortnajrtue It not only cures by Btirtlna at the neat of disuse but thirsts serve tonlo and blood builder bring Ing bek the pick glop to pale cheeki and restoring the lire of yoeIb n wards off Iniinltj and CoccainpUon Inilat on kaTtnrHETITOother It ran be earned In vest pocket By matt LeODerpackaaeor ZorSLOOwlth =Ne wr RnareMee the est os the mosey DOOIeaDda4tmIA d s ROYAL cUl o- UIUf Fnr Stiles In Qliiy City Ky By B Littlepage Son yIw Js 9- k r The Whitest White Cake l y The Lightest Light Rolls S tAnd Flakiest Biscuit t U i 4 A 10 fmlo Wlion ZO1 TJKO r- FlPearl and Bakers Pride Our Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants j t +ot ootot + J+ Ho is + +ot+ Hot 1o 1o 0 XNSUUE WITHt F A LYON SON TILO LOlul1uA XIIu nneO A geii1 i of 1tLPttOVlk 1tuiuttttlt 1 I Over 200000000 g Represented5+ 9 Every one who knows anvtliing about insurance know A Jo theyurn lenders in this line + 0 7 iI + iI POLltA DOT CANS BEAUTIFY Y0URH0ME lryinlacn A1NT r- ft Too A Inn t3ne- aaawtlclmn N u to- pJI W W r 11 J1 r w A o tr=i r rtILOPewY Ae t A imall Investment in piini adds greatly 10 the value mil beauty ol jour prolclt1l11cf makes you a good neighbor by making a neighborhood Good one the best invetimenit and pays big return in improves values s saving cot an expense But wher you paint buy only Mnloch NOU E PANr There one reason why a reaton every honen painter will acknowledge M77at Oil it the lireof Paint and the lute to get good oil to it fresh and pure from the dealers barrel not from the readymixed pin can The painlhal U ready to mix with linseed oil gallon lor gallon u PAINT and we recommend mute lor every good reline we know B Littlepage Son KIr1LOCH rwe cOMPANY Maily a man nS been made by his enemies and unmade by his friends Wo blame our faults on our ancestors just as they blamed their faults on their ancestors A good ninny things come to I i tthoiaso busy hustling that he has no time to wait PUBLIC SALE OF Farms Stock Crop Etc THURSDAY FEB I5T11 1900 At Ten Oclock a in 1 will oller for Sale Publicly at my residence one mile west of Spout Springy two Farms at Mouth of Lulbegrud creek One in Estill Co and one in Powell Co both joining The one in Estill contains 00 acres the one in Powell GO acres The Estill farm has a good 0room Dwelling Good Stock Barn and other out buildings ami is well watered nnd fenced Tho Powell farm hats a good house 5acre Tobacco Bart and other out buildings is well fenced and watered Both farms contain 40 acres of bottom land Will also sell stock crop etc One combined Mare and 2 saddle Mares both with foal 2yearold Mules broke to work 2 small Heifers 1 Bull2 Cows 3H5 Shocks Fodder 2 stacks of hay 75 barrels of corn 800 bundles Oats one 2horse Wagon one Buggy one Mowing Machine and other Funning Implements Household and Kitchen Furni turn e Terms made known on day of stile c V ALLEN ORSBORNE l CLAY CITY KY 4 Encyclopedia i THE- WORLD 1906 e ALMANACt j ENCYCLOPDIA- IS QN SALE ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES It is volumoof nearly seven J hundred pages and sells for25c Sent by mail for 85c A Reference Book of unusual value almost indispensable to any man of business or in the professions w Itcontuinsinformatiduon nnro than 1000 timely topics nail riH outs over 10000 facts such as arise daily for answering Election statistics agricultural manual educational railroads w shipping otcotc through nil the list of topics whore new fig ures are most valuable U4 cal umns of index ti Send for this Standard Ameri 1 can Annual Address TH E WORLD PulitserBuiidjij Nc York Cityt l With the exception of humorkista nearly ill men are funny I t7f 7 t t Yyf f + 4 q fI ie te f 1l rn ATHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER r TEIUHSDAY JAN 18 1000 1 i LOCAL BREVITIES Fred Tipton has moved from Ford to Olay City They will come back ExSheriil1 Tlios Boone was ill the city Saturday collecting on last years tax Merchant W G Patrick was over from Kimhrell yesterday on a business mission weekSwas of short duration and this week it is very mild U B Martin and Rev Thos Carter of JoUcrBonville were here Monday on business Read Commissioners Sale of land in this issue and attend the sale at Stanton Fob 5th Supt R A Irvin has quite an important item to the teachers- of this county in this issue Both the cities of Alt Sterling aril Winchester are striving to secure Government Building Editor J B Blackburn and Attorney M A Phillips of Stanton were in the city yesterday Merchant Hood Wise of Union Hall was in the city yeste flay having some dental work done Tow Marshall of Avon Fay ette county was here Friday looking for the purchase of some mules + Clifton the bright littlo son of Mr and Mrs Fletcher Barnett continues very sick and it is ftnr ed that the little fellow may not recover e Edward Rose and George W Powellwill sell out their Powell county possessions and move with their families to TishoniingOj In I dian Territory about February 1 Dorris Mixe was culled home from school at hazel Green to attend the sink bed of his moth er Mrs D0 Bloom who is in a- very dangerous condition at this time Mrs D 0 Bloom who has heen sick for several days became much worse Tuesday night and was yesterday morning tak en to St Josephs Hospital Lex I ington Just received a new line of Fine Footwear for men women and children JB Eaton JefiMeadows and others who moved from the upper portion of this county last Spring to Indian Territory have moved back and tare now satisfied with a good country The County Board of Super visors have completed their work hey found many lists not talc en which when added to the raises increased the amount of w taxable property in the county by more than 12500000 Many a mums excellent repu tation is due to thefact that his wife doesnt tell all she happens 1 to know t TO CURLS A COLD IN ONE DALE d Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qui niuuTatiletB Druggists refuhd mon k ey rital to cure E Y GROVESeigaatures on each box 25cV Ii i b w1w MttIti- may u I The green apple a market is very high this winter while last fall they were a drag at 5Cl cents per bushel Now they are 50 cents per peck and not such good apples either I Jas G Rogers has accepted a position with Broadhlead Garrett Company to take charge of their large general store at a point be tween Torrent and Campton He loft Monday to assume these duties His wife and children will follow in a few days The Stanton Citizen appeared last week with Major J B Blackburn Editor and Publisher The Taper is a five column folio and presents a very creditable up pearanco The sheet is very well supplied with paying advertisements which is a good sign of success in a country paper Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of W 34th St New Yorkatone time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure it until I used Bucklers Arnica Salve A quick und sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25e at SwannDay Lbr Gosston Public Sale of Farms and Etc Allen Orsborne ofSpoutS pring wsjidvertised in this issue two forms of special value Both farms lay well null nro very well situated They will be sold pub holy Thursday Feb 15 Anyone desiring to purchase such property will find that these farms or either one of them are excellent values and we believe they will bo sold very reasonable Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than- a medicine which meets modern requirements for n 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 25c guaranteed Dont miss the Silk Sale at Mrs J W Williams Notice to Teachers- I will meet the teachers of Powell County at Stanton on Saturday January 20th to pay them- for the oth school month taught- in current year of 1105 and 190J Those who have not sent in their trustees report for that month will please do so at once or bring then with them to Stanton next SaturdayR Sr Supt If you want to always be on time keep yonr watch in good repair- See Webb There is nothing more provoking thunan incorect time piece If you- have a watch or clock of this kind- tlke it to Webb Clay Citys Jew eler and silver smith and let him Ox it All work guaranteed For the next thirty days alarg quantity of seasonable goods will- be sold at reduced prices at Ea- tons store For SaleFine Farm of 235 acres 100 acres of which is- rich river bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling teriant house and all nec cssaryyout buildings Six good springs on the place convenient to schooland etc plenty of timber to keep fence up on the plact wilf- grow corn wheat tobacco and everything else raised in the State Will be sold as the whole or divided in twotract6 This is a rare bargain For particular call o- njE BURGHER Clay City t y Y b II on YOUR HUNTING TRIPlie sure to bo prowrlv r iH w l obtain the STEV liNi ami you CANNuT LI 1 i iiuNO Ifs luate RIFLES from 225 to 15000 PKTCL3 Low 2CM9 6000 SUOTQUK3 from 7CO to 3500 ptnurononrbeatttXnroudretearrGrprran frtaU upon rcteit r nr tens stamp to catalog price I corer poaue Our attractive lhrreantnrAlumlnunt lltncmrlll esent anyMT4 t4loceas In sump J STEVENS AntS AND TOOL CO Poraatea Chlcopee Falls Meat IT S A Some Farm Items Reliable estimates by the Secretary of Agriculture show that there are 57 057 farms in the United States Each farm contains on an average secnt two acres and there are about six persons on each farm Small farms giro better tilled and more profitable thug large ones More than half the farmers own their lands Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved anti cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of special 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 preferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bud aftereffects It S iunday of Henrietta Ttx writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till lie took Electric Bitters which saved his life At SwannDay Lumber Cos store price oOu guaranteed A woman would rather be clubbed to death by a man she loves than caressed by one she doesnt A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Piles Druggists are authorized- to refund money if PAZO OINT lENT fails to cure in li to 14 days 50eA man who is content with his- lot isnt always satisfied with his condition A Trim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in each one another victim of Comsumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley of Ouklandon Ind writes ly- wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Final ly she took Dr Kings New Discovery for ConsumptionCough8 and Colds which cured her and today shais well and strong It kills the germs ofall diseases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50o and- SlOOby SwannDay Lumber Cos store Trial boltle free No young man can succeed if- hois afraid to do a little Moro than ho is paid for Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from- CIayJIty Good dwelling andout- buildings two never failing springs Price 8005 one half cash This is a snap that wilf die taken up- BURG1lERJ E Town ropertyfor Saler Two cottagcson mthavo thTBoveiiTots back of Presbyteri an cliurch Will be aold at a bar- rgain J + M Bailey t- eu a u I S4f =S4f StartlingI A1 E BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Leads F 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 wo got the- mEverything from i uaper 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 ire 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 r Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY tWSOJ1SJ1S Black Creek Lime Works R Se NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or soil at the kilns 020 Lime Go cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered at Clay City u H FHileivmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON 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 sell direct to the planter M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY CuStonork six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll D Wltts 1 SaW r F1ir PNNy lu19ih sflN- tI H t 1 vt x 1 V n TIIKWinchestei Bank IxCORIORA TEll N H WiTiiEnspooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20ODO- We solicit the accounts of individ gals firms and corporations 848 C R DANIEL GLftY CITY KY Dealer in Fresh and cured meats Fresh bread Oysters Etc Highest Cash price paid foi Chi k oils Eggs and kinds Poultry Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop r Table supplied with the best the marker affords Everything neat and clean Rates 150 per day t 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE m TRADE MAKKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anon lending a iketeb and description miy ascertain out orl O an tlnneatrletiyconddentlal Invention le probably NANOtl00IonPatettt- eeentfree Oldest fur loculncpatenu Patent taken through JInnn AI eo rewire nott without charge In the Scientific JImtri an- A handsomely llhmtrated weekly IariKwt elr Caution of any clentlOo oum Terms 3a four U 8oldbyaU newidealera M Yorkwren 0A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking I IWINE CARUUI I Womans Relief It will ease away all your pain reduce inflam mation cure leucorrhea whites fallingwomb ovar ian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles s WRITE US A LETTER d frankly telling us all your trouble We will send free advice In plain sealed enveiope Address La dles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Stanton Editor J E BackLirn was in Lexington Monday on busi neSE Attorney W II Holt of Lou isville registered at the Boone house last week The graduating class of about 18 pupils has been started in the Stanton Graded School The infant child of John Sfe yens and wife died Tuesday morning after a short illness of membranous croup B Crow and Co have opened a store on Breckinridge street and will handle a complete line of general merchandise 0 N Crow of Rosslyn and Miss Grace Hardwick of this place were united in marriage at Mt Sterling Wednesday January 10 Sams NJ Tuttle was here Satur day on business Bill Witt is contemplating going to Ohio soon J J Margison visited W F McIntosh Sunday Mrs Nannie Shepherd is quite si kat this writing Sam Embs bought of E M King one oalf for 7 00 Gus Clem has rented and move ed into our neighborhood Roger Bryan was here Friday stocking our merchants with gro ceries PROFESSIONAL CARDS MW WWI4 IJIJINWhMN1NdIJIW1NIWMN1Abr1 Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Centra Hote Vn where an experienced Practitioner may be foun day and night prepared to execute all kind o high grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else Is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She Is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely Hall Wiseman of White Oak is lying at tho point of death with typhoid fever Harry Witt who has been sink for some time we are glad to say is improving nicely Sam Wells andwife of Hard wicks Creek visited II B Wise man and wife two days last weekJames F McKinney of Spout Spring was through here last week buying shotes at 4 50 per hundredMr Mrs Ohas Shepherd of Kirksville is visiting the lat ters parents Mr and Mrs H B Wiseman Kimbrell John Harris is building an ice house this week William Powell moved from hero to White Oak last Sunday Win Duggins of Sams is move ing to the Smothers place this week I William Turner and son of Jackson county were here last weekE H Bowles has sold his farm hero to Rufus Burton ana moved to Paris Allen Orsborno will have a public sale of farm stockand crop the 15 of February Mart Williams and wife of Iron Mound visited Allen Ors borne and family the first of the week Rufus Burton who has been visiting relatives here for sever al days returned to his home at Paris last week Genet Aldert Morton was here Sun day Wm Orabtree was at Stanton the first of the week Mrs Lou Howell was at Clay City one day last week on busi nessG A Orabtrea and wife were guests of J J Reed and family SundayBorn on Thursday the 11th to the wife of Weeden Adams a fine 12 t lb girl Miss Ida Mullens and brother Joe visited friends and relatives in Estill county last week Marcus Adams who has been inMichigan for several months returned mmeJnst Thursday y F s Several from this place attend ed church at Rogers Chapel Sun lay and nil report a nice moot ing The little son of Melvin Mor ton who has been very ill for several lays we aro glad to say is improving Willie Powell Lemon Howell and Otis Billings who went to Ohio some few days ago made their return lost Wednesday Bill Brisco and 0 D Rogers of Penn were in this neighbor hood Sunday It seemed as though they weroi looking after the well fare of some female sex Furnace Preston Johnson of Knowlton was here Sunday R 0 Newkirk transacted business at Patsey Monday Luther Snowden of Dripping Springs was here this Week on business Sir and Mrs Win Adams vis ited Mr and Mrs ND Wier man Sunday Louis and Lemon Howell of Knowlton called on dear friends here Sunday Willie Powell and Omer Cole two polite young men of Knowl ton were here Sunday lIrand Mrs 0 H Bifckey and family and Mrs Myrtle Faught and Mabel Newkirk vis ed Mr and Jrs Roscoe Newkirk SundayAt dance on Hardwicks Creek Thursday night quite a rough and tumbled fight took place between Odus and Burk Billings of this place and Garrett and Hadden Ballard and a Woosley boy during which Odus Billings received two cuts in the back and several in his clothing the cuts will not prove fatal and at this writing he is suffering very little inconvenience from the encounter As to who was in the right in this affair we are notable to say A widow should be satisfied with a consolationrizo in the- matrimonial lottery v Removal ice- 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 annex next door to the exchange on main street in order to get better light and will fit up the most complete Dental Office in Eastern Kentucky Notice to HUIo All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or tresspass on any lands belonging to the undersigned 8B HUTSON Other names will be added to this list for 50 cents each f Henry lattersons Letters from EuropeWill A loading Featur of The CourierJournal During U35ITHERE WILlIBE ER AT rRACTIOE DEPART I MENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMail Daily Courier ournnl 1 year III RWeeklyCOURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY I By ArrangementsYou THE TIMES And the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Both one year for only One DollarTh- is I Is for cal subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must bo sent through the TIMES office If AREDemocrat A Or if You are not You will want to read Bryans Commoner ON MARCH 17 The Commoner announced the Prima ry Pledge organization plan This plan provides foY Democrats to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend all primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1908 It is a practical method for the organization of 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 office by the thousands where they are carefully filed by state coun ty and voting precinct If the same interest manifested in this work during the past four months is maintained luring the next two years the total membership will exceed fourniillion Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription fcl a year By special arrangements for u short time only we offtr the Clay City Times and The Commoner OA hnhtnrl110 Address all orders to THfiTIMfiSelay City Ky IThe The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable aide Write today for particulars We also handle u full line of 4 Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY and promptly obtained UTRADEMARKSill We obtain NTS THAT PAY adrertlM them thoroughly 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make conncd- ttionnt Beattyvllle Junction with L A Hallway for local stations on L A Railway and connect atO K Junction for local stations onO K 1 Railway Nol and 8 connect at L E Junc tion with 0 e0 for Jit Sterling Jn BARR OHAB SCOTT den Manager GcnPassAst 1ITc l f r- r0 I f t r i i L IJ JtIfrr