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I tI 41 y r N- rlt P TJIdHE CITCTTYTIMESii- o cf 4 tr IC Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay lily the SnrrounJiig Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VPLXt r CLAY CITY KYM THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1 190G NO 5 I Notice All Indebted to this pipetarc kindlyrequestcc1 to pay up as the publisher is anticipating a business venture that t will require all tho money owing us and more too Wo have sev eral hundred dollars out on job Vork advertising and suhscrip which is small to the differ 4entpersons whowe such indebt edness but if all paid in would he much to us Start the new year right by owing the printer nothing The mild pleasant Spring like weather and we are now to hope alter all that we cannot have much win ter Still thorn has been winters of equal mildness back in the but there has been noth ing like the present winter so far since 1880 Yet we may have some of the worst kind of cold weather in this month and we should not compliment ourselves too early for we may have plen ty of zero weather r ESTABLISHED 1800 Clay City National Bank Clay City Kentucky r 4 Capital 5000000 Surplus 600000 This hank solicits your account and promises that all bus iness entrusted with us will receive that attention that will protect your interests and offers every courtesy consistent wVh sound bunking that has given satisfaction to our cus tomer for hCl iimny years past Interest pui1on Savings Deposits at the rate of THREE PER CENT per annum compounded semiannually Correspondence invited on eveery line of Banking Clay City National Bank Clay Oily Ky i SHIMFESSELSV Clay Citys Leading Store Y 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 y LARGE STOCK a of General Merchandise selling to the Blat People tho Beta Quality of Goods at the Best Prices This weans a saving of Many Dollars in a Little While Seasonable GOAds At Cost Am now closing out AT COST a I of nice Summer Dress Goods Millinery and Etc In fact all Summer Goods are included Those goods though seasonable now must bo sold to make room for our New Fall Stock This 18 a chance for you if you need any of these goods School Books t Full Line of the newly Adopted School Bookstand other S School Requisites kept always on hand Telephone 38 Goods delivered to oil parts of the city u B SHIM FJSSGL51 RL IANGE MFG Go Winchester Ky We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandos Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Frontsw continues beginning eighties yet We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt j FlintoidRoofingand ar N r t jJ IreSend it4 w w i ti 1 ProiilnptShiimentr i 0 r at 1 ia r- f n f l L i- L r +J g- f1 f iJW01I hr t t 1 A 1 C t A Sweet Child Gone Saturday night at half past trine oclock Clifton the bright little twoyearold son of Mr and Mrs Fletcher Barnett passed away The little fellow was recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fever when last Wednesday ho was taken with pneumonia Ho was buried at the Vaughns Mill Christian church Monday funer al services being conducted be fore burial The fond parents have tho sympathy of all Our School Since the first of the year our City Graded School has become in line condition and the attend ance hits increased considerably huvling i jJ which is much better than islthe Dignams The Epitomist R A Irvin will an examination at Stanton the fourth Friday and Saturday in this month common school graduates All common school pupils passing said examination will be awarded diplomas by Irvi- nRead These Prices Mens Heavy Fleeced Under wear per suit 8ucts Womens Heavy Fleeced Underwear per suit 50 0 Best calico mercerized per yd 0 7 Cakes Soap25Loaf Sugar per Ib 8 Ohildrnns Union Suits2i50ct Embroidered Linen Oandkerchi f 80 Wine of Oardui per boUleIIU Lydia Pinkhams Compound 90 Nutmegs 10 for 5 J B Eaton 1ii SICiN min COUPON B1JlJOW 1 Our Extra Ordinary UlQI iFar and Home Sentinel I Dignams Magazine u The Valley Magazine if Agricultural Epitomist 1 WILL BE EACH t- ONE YEAR FOR ONLY CENTS Farm Home Sentinel The Farm and Home Sentinelestablisthed lSs2 contains latest experience of Federal and State Stations new methods and discoveries by successful farmers concerning soil crops livo stock poultry dairies etc a Hpecial department discussing domestic affairs one for children pages of fashions ete Fiction by the best authors timely articles expertsin short it is a first class illustrated farm and home paper Non politi nl Published semimonthly Valley Magazine The Valley Magazine is designed for the homo circle Its is of rare merit its depart ments varied its illustrations highclass and features by special writers on timely abound in each number It 3 brings the latest knowledge and experience in tj matters of health recreation fashions and domestic economy and personal facts on beauty con duet conversation etc Published monthly only ClayCltyTlm and Home Sentinel flngazlne Valley hold for Brown the In Memoriam Mrs D 0 Bloom wlose dbath notice appeared briefly in our last issue was born in Anderson county Kentucky in 1SG1 Her parents both died while she was but a girl She was married to J G Mize in the fall of 1880 to them were born three children two of whom survive Dorris T Mixo Miss Lizzie bothabout grow Mr died in 1801 and she was again married to James Bloom Oct 17 18HU She was a of the Pres byterian church for twent five years find was a noble and kind hearted whom to know was to love The remains were beside her first J G 1iiA ji iie old Iloskins graveyard on Hardwicks Creek Thursday t4 r + AT ONI i c MAILED YOU MONTH FOR 25 IThe and by The special subjects Dignams MagazineIIDignams is magazine field It has three colors printed on heavy paper full of in teresting stories for every member of the Ihold contains articles on art music literature and beautiful pictures galore Published monthly Agricultural Epitomist IThe Agricultural Epitomist enjoys the distino tiom of being the only ai ri lfuril paper in the world that is actually edited and printed on u farm On its OuOacro experimental farm near ISpencer Indu force of practical up to date men are constantly eguged in experiments in all lines of agriculture the reports of which appear exclu sively in this publication In addition more than a score of the hest writers in the country con l tribute regularly to its columns As its name implies the cuticles are all brief concise and full of meat It is doubt one of the best If nut the best monthly farm paper in the country The Clay City Times needs no eflcribing It stands preeminently as the leading weekly of Powell County It com j pletelycovers the local news of the county It has an honest policy backed by sound principles It is now ten years old and expects to in the future as in the past labor for the upbuilding of Clay H j City all of Powell county and her people as we- llI WITHIN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER THIS UNIQUE COMBINATION I j3 Tobolboldand new subscribers we make this offer at great expense the TIIEs ever ready to se fig cure the best possible for its readers If you appreciate clean honest journalism both in your weekly newspaperand the mnpazino you take into your home you should appreciate this offer pS I Jnit Fill Out Tbii Coupon Plainly and Send It Direct To The Clay City Times j FiVe For 75c The s Farm Magazine Agricultural fill For 75 cents Supt Supt fiction and and Mize member woman interred husband Magazine house 1tJ without Wi I TIlE CJ iClayPlease send the Clay City TIMES to me for twelve months for vtw which I enclose 75 cents with the understanding that 1 am to receive j one years subscription to The Farm and Home Sentinel Magazine The Valley Magazine and The Agricultural DignamsI Are you a new or old subscriber Name Commence delivery Address I J2 This Offer May Se Withdrawn at Any Time So Act at Once L 1f 1 r if J 1 i J i4- tM c lr F h- rr t i I fvr 7 C r 1 t I 1 rJj 1ft 1 fi 1 I I t acw r fs SPOUT SPRINGf 10 W J Christopher Jr visited his sister Mrs Henry Tuttlo near Fox this county on Monday j1 Saturday and Sunday are regu lar church days at the Baptis church Elder George W Mcin tosh will conduct the services We hope tg4 see ngood crbw- 5turn out ElderGeorge WMcIntosh fill ed his appointment at Dripping Springs this county and hnd in teresting services Mrs Marion McKinney of Lex ington came up Tuesday morn ing to visit lien father W J Ohristopller Sr dud other rela ti yes in the community She will return to her home Saturday evening Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cun not reach the diseased portion of the ear There in only one way tr cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness la caused byan inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tul c Whfn this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing and when it is en tire closed Deafness is the result nod unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be deetrovrd forever nine cases but often are soused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot1 be cur ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for eurcularsfreeF Co TeledoO t i Sold by drnggists75 f v Take Halls Family Pills for con stiputioni NOTICE I will be at my studio every day that it is possible to make pictures preprared to turn out u nice line of photographs My terms are strictly OASH when the negative is made and in the futr fhpchl no deviation front this rule fJ W HENRY PUBLIC SALE O- FFlour MillAf- OLAYOITiKY THURSDAY FEB 1 06 The above property is a new Full Holler Process Mill with Corn Mealattachment in a new frame building erected for this purpose It was first put in operation March 4 1005 and the Flpur Department hasnt been run altogether more than three weeks and the Meal De partment has peen rim but little so It is virtually a new mill The Flour made by this mill iaequaf to the best and the yield is good It is equipped with a 35 lu Boiler and30 hEn itlterldingI- 5 Steam Heat and has its own E lectric Lightllant TheSare will tBcoriductcdtton the premises be IrJt bI flwlb rr- glnniri lit jfrlriJ1 The Mlibg fixture sand all pprteriances wjll be Bifid furs bash in six di1l 12 month the puruhasbrto give notes withapprllvedBeculityand Ilenon ulllliWjith 0 per Lent inter est fromdatenb s 1 Jy a J 11 l Mcll NNeo Pres Clay Ciy Roller Mills Co Inc i ti el c lie TIMES i 1 LIsriEDEVEUY n tTHUllSDAYr J E Uurghcr Publisher Sotscfiplion Rates 50 Ceotsleiear in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ha second ci5ssinall matter Thursday February 1 rJpOfi CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rater with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and Courier Journal 101 a Cincinnati Enquirer 110 1 Louisville Commercial 75 ea Home and Farm 75 No bill before fhl Legislaf iir for some tune has created more interest than a bill now before the Legislature to compel nil pat ant medicines sold in the State to label their formula on every bottle of medicine Th Doctors aro urging tho passng of thd bill while the patent rated icine men all over the United Stittes are fighting the measure ESTILL ITEMS From the Herald Thos Williams purchased last week the Judge Park farm jusl across the river from Irvine for 12250The I of Mike Joseph died in Cincinnati and her remains were brought to Irvine Thursday for interment at the Marble Yar- dgrsveyardSlue is a sister of W P Wise dne of Estill countys citizensJudge W 3 Lilly is happy With the prospect of success in his invention of a gravity motor He has given rtho work a great deal of thought andho has the congratulations of his numerous friends upon his prospect of suc cessThe little son of Beechum Raw lins three years old yesterday afternoon was playing around the room his mother hawing gone to to spring after water when the little child fell into the lira rued was burned so badly that he died Thursday morning after intense suffering We extend to tho be reaved parents our sincere sym putty It was their only boy The Missionary Baptists of this community are endeavoring to raise enough money to build them a churchSo far they have suet with only tolerable success but they are not going to give up until they raise the amount needed The good people of Estill county ought to voluntarily come to their assistance without waiting to be solicited Nothing so rap idlynnd surely advances com munity as good churches The commissioner of patents reported to congress that during L005 there were 248 patents issued Jo KenTuckianSj which is at I thCN T one patent to eyery JfeoJnlabitflrifs KeriUfcky is ortyfirst among tile states of the union in regard to patents issued in proportion population We are agents for the famous Queen Quality slides forwO men ahdare shpwirig a nice assortment of styles in them MrsJW Williams Olay CitytKy k UI f arslbutis obvioue Talk less listen more rtV i yt JK L- jlv w ForSia o tfrf house of several rooms it good repair A lyut this office for in formationV I Commissioners Sale 01 AVtOhileaTliomson versus W S Rogers c Defendants Notice of sale In By virtue ta judinentiand orderaf sale the oellGir cult Courtrrenlercdnt the Nov abovecausethe oth day of February 1900at 1 oclock p hi or H beiiig Court Day will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the bidder on a credit of sikaripnths at the Court- House jStantoh Kythe property mentioned in thejudg meat waf Beginning at a stake in the Blevins line thence with his line West to a stake thence North with same line to a maple mark ed as apninter thence East with the Bleyinslline ton pine corner thence South with Blevins line to the beginning containing 05 acres more or less Also another tract beginning at a stone cornier at W GL Russells lino runhinii West tu F i AauuiB 1ne thence North with Adams line to a stone in 0 Mastins line thence East back to OW Kus sellslinc thence south with Hus sells line to the beginning con taining ili acres or sufficient thereof to produce 82075 so or dered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved se curity 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 prepared to comply with these terms A lion will bo retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paidBond paynldotoOpmmissionerRO- MULUS JACKSON M 0 P 0 0 occurredlTo So many wheat flaked loads luivo come und gone Luck of quality of coin e The richness thatlsdistinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp giveii t taste quality lIne equulicil I i+ ifargrowing business i I I ISturtnowfor your dime Ask your Gro- t cer and accept no Mubstitutes + JIHC two Uf gItEY va IGr IElTOIESVJilin Mad t Wall Man ofM voal e cklyCmNw SOda ICacttI p- lmAteefluUanndvu e all olenCl- 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Ho t+ ttM1 reF rF otl tMdd rd rFrV t UEl POLKA DOT CANS 1AUTIFYWUUHifJHE I w l lashAlNTyt r I TH Aoi 1porlsatDiemaI tw01- wuhswai 1M U M IW =rILarWrw rasa w w wwMwwl awrw 1 IrAsmell Invnimem in prim adds gintly to the value and booty cl your propenj Bed you a good hbor by making a neighborhood Good one of- the bat invcttmentt and pays big returns In Improved vtlun tr1 living not ta cipcnic eat whet you paint buy only MnlMA N Y E N Thetct one indh able reason why ateiwo every Mom pnntcrwia acknowledge j The Oil it the Lift of Pant and the sure to get good is lo it huh and purr irom the dealer s barrel not from the reidymiied pain can The that k ready to b with linseed oil gallon lor gallon n R IN PAINT and we rccommeod mUM lot every good tenon we know F jV B Littlepage Son I OCM AItT COMPANY The man who never has any toItoo much If women could change their complexions as easily as they pun change their minds they would be much happier ihc iiitmv who stops to explain everything to every body will nev er reach the end of his journey PUBLIC SALE I OF farms Stock Crop Etc THURSDAY FEB 35TIJ JUDO At Tout Oclocka in t I will otier for Saleliiblioly at ply residence one mile wyst Of I Spout Sixrinr two Farms Ut Mouth of Lulbegrud creek One in Estill Co and one in Powell COT both joimng The ore in contains J0 acres lie one in Powell 00 acres The Estill tfuriii hills a good 0room Dwelling Good Stock Barn and other oUt Ihpildiiijsandiq welhtVtiteredfaid fenced Thei o yell furiiihiiBu good house Gacro Tobacco Burn and other outbuilding is well fenced und wajgred B tth farms contain 40 acres of bottom landy Will also sell sbck crop etc One combined Marc and2 saddle Mares botli with foul j 5 2veurord Mules broke to work 2 small Heifers 1 Bull 2 Ornvs 185 Shocks Fodder 2 sfack s df liay tfi barrels of corn 800 bundles Oats one 2horso Vugon oiu Buggy o el1uwiJI MuciiiiiennM Other Ii turnringIytiicuI0111 flousOliold 1ui l a u turf i 4 llernisinade kiiilunjoyrif stile V f J ALLEN 6llSBORNE Yi f3 dp MYahy CLAY CITY r KY L1V tncyclVopedllaTHE i 1 ii6 1 WORLD ALMANAC rate ENCYCLOPDIAV1 IS DN BALE ALLO tr Effi1 TIDE UNiaE STATESv It is a Volume of neaiMyYevtn liundred pages and sells fur 2u Sent byjnnilfor Q ARefereiioQBbtik t f nnkisunl value almost indispensable alo ally mull 1 busijUS3r or in JJm- prcfCSSIIIIIS IttMiiUjiiiis inforiuiition on inure than loO01imtIy topics andprt si I ents over 1rUtl0fn0tSsuchrusuvise t daily fur uii8w ringi 1fltIlUlItl1Hlucllttcllll1lj shipping the etc tjir iiighttll the list nf tpies ili rehli Iii j urtS urptiiostr valuable 04 col J- I inline if jiid x w J btlI fiipiliiStnn+ tprd Atticai i Icuu llItnIIJAfldrc JHEV- u Ii lil zer I Ull IIrlI 1 fatrjJjit is easier tobeirphilosfijihbr 1 M J ill thought thiiiiJiraetioii rIp 4I lJ rIttLHOX w t j 1r 1rka f1 rf r sYil k iIw l- p J f i 5 4 l 4 r r I f THE TIMES 1 1 I AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY FFB 1 10000- i i LOfiAL BREVITIES jB 1RrY McEfhtiiby of Winches i if to was here Saturday i T Sheriff John M Konnori was i in Irvine last weekoar business My Mrs E N Wilson returned home Monday from Newport Ky jI Its just as easy to predict one kind of weather as another 1 i but whats the useT I Mrs Julia Mize andfour chil Iron of Orsborne Kansas are visiting relatives in the city I D W Martin a leading mor chant of Rosslyn was transacting business in the city Tuesday Uncle Wesley Locknano is very sick at Ins home near the city and is expected to live but a t few days f J W Burgher lull daughter Miss Lena of J4ockniine Olark IIconnty are visiting relatives near the city Miss Florettu South of Frank lin county has secured a class in music in this city and has begun her teachings A H McIntosh has moved to i Marked Tree Arkansas He sends word to have his paper changed to that place Miss Margaret Vaughnof Law renceburg who attended the fu neral of her cousin Mrs D O Bloom returned home Monday Tomorrow will be ground hog luyYanfl the sane asa weather prognosticator will be watched with interest by many despite f the fact that he occasionally airs interprets things of late Dorris Mizo and George Little page who were called home two weeks ago on account of the sick ness of the formers mother Mrs r D 0 Bloom returned to their i f school at Hazel Green Monday f I We acknowledge receipt by mail on subscription the past rI week for the following amounts Miss Sallie Gravett New Rich mond Ind 50 cents Mrs NUll Die May Hanks Pacific Junction Iowa 1 25 John D Winn 1 Witt Ky 125 Best Dress Gingham per yd Sip Corset Cover Embroidery per yard 28p Ju received the largestand most EmiBlack nnd White Silk Medallions 5y to 25y Goods delivered to all plntA- ofthecltyJ B EATON John Flarity was tried in the i Circuit Court at Mt Sterling for the serious shooting and wound ing pfMrs Henry Watson at a dance during Christmas and giv en five years in the penitentiary f This is the limit for such offense He plead guilty to the charge t will advance the price on ICalico too ceritd ayarddon the i first day of February next i Mrs J W Williams J OlayOity Ky I ONE DAY 1ICOLDIN O Qui refundJrnpp EtiY t itt GROVES signliture is on each box 1 r 25a 1J ye4 T iir iiT Je 1 If r10 1l e- r 41lT yI 7t q Eld w rf 1lit 7J 7 We have a purchaser for a small farm well located hut it must be cheap Cash will be paid for the right kind of a place For further information apply at this office Death of Mrs Baker Mrs J W Baker died Thursday January 25 at the homo of her son inV Virginia where she had gone on a visit Her remains wero taken to Portsmouth Ohio for interment by the side of her husband J W Baker who died there sono time last year De ceased leaves some children a mong them being Mrs E N Wil son of this city who has been with her mother for several weeks past Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand fright fully burnen in anelectrical furnace lie applied Bucklers Arnica Salve with the usual result a quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store A Card of Thanks I desire to extend my most sin cere thanks to the people of Clay City and its surroundings for the assistance rendered during the sickness and death of my dear wife I hope in some way to repay these deeds of kindness which greatly lightened the bur den of our grievous affection JAMES BLOOM The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the systemIive remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all dis eases due to malaria poison and con stipation 25o at SwannDay Lum ber Jos store CIEARANCESALE Cloaks Skirts Hats Millinery Goods Mrfe J W Williams Clay City Ky Irvine is to have a big new saw mill and planing mill and work will begin on the same within two weeks Our sister city though old in years is of late climbing right along up the progressive ladder If you want to always be on time keep your watch in good repair See Webb Pacific let Iowa l Jan 23 HJOUd Dear Editor Please extend TIMES for one year more I enclose money order for 125 for paper last year and this year It is like getting a letter from home to get the TIMES Best wishes to TRIES Mrs Nannie May Hanks Dont miss the Silk Sale at Mrs J W Williams 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 silversmith and let Him fix it All work guaranteed For SaleFine Farm of 235 acres 100 Bores of which is rich river bottom and bench land three miles from Clay City New dwelling tenant house and all necessary out building Six good springs on the place convenient to sohool and etc plenty of timber to keep fence up on the plane will corn wheat tobacco and everything else raised in the State Rill be soldaatho whole or divided in two tracts 11Iisls a rare bargain For particular call on J E BtmaiiER Clay City fl f e 1 r r 1 F IlsTEIElsll1WHEN You want to HIT what you are aiming at be It bird beast or target Make your ihoti count by shooting the STEVENS For 41 year STEVENS ARMS have carried off PREMIER HONORS lor ACCURACY Our liner RlnesJSMfguns Pistols Ak your Dealerla- lt ort the bTKVBNS If cannot obttlo we blp direct rr frttt tftfaittt upon recelrtof catalog price bead 111 Ita uPgage nluarboOk mptI eacc prospective for present Beautiful threecolor Aluminum Hanger will be forwarded lor 10 cents in ttampi Ji Stevens Arms Tool CoM- PO Holt 4098 CEICOPER TAILS assusA l Many persons are not listening they are asleep GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protrude ing Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in G to 14 days 50c Nine out of ten men spend half their youths worrying because they think they cant get certain girls and the rest of their lives worrying because they did get Hieni Luckiest Man In Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkan sue writes II L Stanley of Bru no since the rectoaation of my wifes health after five years of con tinnouscoughinp and bleeding from the lungs j and I owe my good for tune to the worlds greatest medi tti Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bet- ties completed the cnretCures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At SwannDay Lumber Gos store 50o and 51 00 Trial bottle free Dont forget our big offer on first pagefive good papers for 7fi cents Every subscriber should accept this proposition But re member this offer is to encourage cash subscriptions so to sea cure the papers at this rate thin 75 cents must accompany y the order provided however if you have already paid in advance for the TIMICS you can get the other four papers by paying the addi tional 25 cents A Healing Gospel The Roy J 0 Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belair Ga4laYII of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical collapse I was so weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of Elec trio Bitters have made me so strong I haye lust walked three miles in 50 minutes and feet like walking three more Its made u new man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and and all Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Sold under guar antee at SwannDay Lumber Gos store Price 50c Farm For Sale Farm of 41 acres one mile from Clay City Good dwelling and out buildings two never failing springs l Ilrioe 8000 ono half cash This is a snap that will soon betaken up EBtlKGHEK roY Property for Sale XwpojDttBges QnVSdvtntlr ave with seven lots back of Presbyt rl an church Will be sold at a bar gain A 41 tBailey j v r 1 f iA r I StflIS4 Startling Facts A E1 BARNETT i SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best markets of the East We can supply you with any thi ift you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from i uaper of Pins to a Wedding 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 arid 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 bSbSWtW Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unalackend Lime in any quantity Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilts or 75 cents delivered at Clay City H F HiKeumeyer Sois Blue Grass X11Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer Jor the Fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no Agents but Fell direct to the planter M BAILJYMer- chant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY rCustom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll I IfoWltts rt SatoF lNRS- a MSSC i l i io TKT5 Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiKuspooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 848 C R 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 H EATON Prop X Tllhlesllppliedwith the best the marker affords Everything neat and clean Rates 150 per day EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I i TRADE MARKaIlending iketen and description my lonascertain our opinion an Invention It probably pntentableL Commnnlea HAIlDBuolton IUontj tent free Ol SesC for rlllllPatenu Patents taken tbronllb MnDn 3 co receive notUt without charge in the Scientific Hittcrimbandtomelr lUnitrtted weekly Lamest clr of tctentlflo Journal Term t3 a TearifonrmonUuil IIIUNI 801dbrall rNewr0 Boa OmceM6FBtwaabmgtooA0- n d x CUT IT OUT says the doctor to many of his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however has been proved by the wonderful cures performed on diseased women In thousands of cases by y WINE OF Womans It has saved the lives of thousands of weak sick women and has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of chronic Invalidism It will cure you if you will only give It a change Sold at every drug store In 100 bottles Try It- WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confi dence telling us all your troubles We will send Free Advice In plain sealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medidne Co Chattanooga Tenn KImbrell- Mr and Mrs W G Iutrick visited Mrs 1 J Kendall lust SundayJames D Oottman visited his cousin Jo Cottman at Log Lick last Sunday Millard Embs and Allen Ors borne went to Irvine last Monday on businessDavid has moved to the house recently vacated by Elbert Bowles Sams LAST WKEK We are having very fine win ter weather Willie Fielder was hero Monday on business Mrs Major McIntosh is very sick at this writing L 13 and II B McIntosh were at Irvine Tuesday on business There are several of our boys contemplating going West in the SpringMissLizzieiAkin visitcd friends in Clark county Saturday and SundayZ Minter has sold his saw mill to Bob Shimfessel Pusses sion given March the 1st Z M SI niter is going to run his shingle mill day and night to fill contracts until March 20th There is rumor of a wedding soon in Sums town on main street Ifufah for the lucky couple B D PROFESSIONAL CAItU- SNIM4IIOLIILIJLNNIh1N11ISIS1 NIMN Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentis ICLAY CITY KENTUCKY AllJt o I hli avde work known to modern Uentlitry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY t B LITTLEf AGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i CLtY OITV KY I BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I i N a- J CARDUI I Relief GAVE UP SUPPORTER I wore a supporter for years for my womb which had crowded every thing down before it writes Mrs S J Chrlsman of Aannsville N Y 44I suffered untold misery and could hardly walk After taking Cardul I gave up my supporter and can now be en my fifeet half a day at a time RichntnnlIpreaehed aud Friday and thon at Log Lick Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Mountz left Thursday for their home at Ballinger Texas after a months visit to friends and relatives in tins and Powell county FurnaceLAST Miss Eva Tipton visited Miss Lenin Brandenburg Sunday Mr and Mrs Roscoe Newkirk visited Mr and Mrs J W New kirk Sunday Miss Olyde Wierman visited Mabel Newkirk and Myrtle Taught Sunday night Mesdames Lilly Lyleand J W Newkirk visited Mrs Betty Lyle at Vaughns Mill Friday and Sat urdayMr and Mrs Allen Shouso and Mr and Mrs Alven Case visited Mr and Mrs N D Wierman Sunday The home of Mrs Dena Bil lings was the scene of a very pretty wedding Wednesday Jan 37 when Mr Louis Unwell and Miss Nortie Billings two of Poi ell counties most estimable young people launched out on the great journey of married life with seemingly every promise of a long and happy wedded course as their future Mr Howell is an industrious young man of an up right character and clean habits Miss Billings is of a pure and no ble disposition and we are sure Mr Howell could not have chos en a more worthy helpmate for life May they live a long happy and prosperous life is our wishMany guests met at the home of Miss Biddie Billings Friday night for an evening of employ ment and entertainment Miss Billings and her brothers Odus and Burk took the task inland to see that nil alike enjoyed themselves They succeeded and of which wo can testify because the writer was there The even ing program was so arranged that all could not help from being pleased There W3re games for those that desired theta and mu sic for the lovers of music The evening was a pleasant one and ttta Jiite hour all departed for their home thanking the good hostess for such an evening of en joyment 1 w I r If love were life girls would be forever young FEELING LIVERISHThis 1 TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer Henry Pattersons Letters from Th1rAflWill A Leading Featur of The CourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTH ER ATTJUCTIOE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMall tes Daily Courier onrnrtl 1 year C fWeeklyI COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By ArrangementsYou THE TIMES And ilu WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Both one year for only One DollarTh- isIs for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions Under this combination offer must be sent through the TITLES olllcu Dig Case A case involving a largo a mount was tried before Judge Benton Friday The SwannDay Company lad attached money stocks lumber and other prop erty of Asher Hensley to the extent of thirtythree thousand dollars and this was but a phase of the case which involves over one hundred thousand dollars Saturday morning Judge Benton rendered his decision dissolving the attachment but allowing the SwannDay Co thirty days in which to apply to a Judge if the Court of Appeals for reinstatement of the injunction nnd in the meantime it is to remain in force Winchester Democrat Some Points of Road Law Vehicles meeting eachother shall bear to right allowing half the road to each When a fast vehicle overtakes a slower one the slow one shall bear to the right allowing room on the left for the other to pass No bells of any kind shall be allowed on any animal drawing a vehicleNo person shall obstruct the road with dirt stone wood or trash No vehicle shall be left on the road at night unless absolutely necessaryStock I he fed on the pub lie road Tliopenalry for violation of any of these provisions is a line of from two to live dollars Removal Notice On or before November 35th Dr Bertram Smith the Dentist will move his ollice to the finel room up stairs in the Cential I tel annex ncxtjdoor to the ex change on main street in order I to get better light and will fit up the most complete Dental Of fice in Eastern Kentucky i Notice to HUIUO All persons are hereby notified to not hunt or trespass Dn any lands UkJiuiiging to the undersignedB Other names will he added to this list for 50 cents each IBd T If AREDemOcrat Or if You are not You will want to read B yansCommOller Primaryouruts to sign a pledge binding themselves to attend allr primaries of their party between now and the national cam paign of 1903 It is a practical method for the organiza tion of the party by toe runt aril tile in order that it may prove true to its nimti and be the eiliulent 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 the councils of their party Tlie6epledges are pouring into tho Commoner office by the thousands where they and carefully filed by state coun ty und voting precinct If tho same interest manifested in this work during the past four mimths is maintained during tho next two years the total membership will exceed four million Democratic voters The Commoner is issued weekly subscription ill a year By special arrangements for n short time only we offer the Clay City Times und The Commoner or 11s tr ftl 10- Addressall orders to THE TIMES Clay City Ky I Take Bromo QuinineTom trywIa The Hagan Gaspo-r IGasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most j reliable the most Durable I lultlWrite today for We nlno handle u full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings i andrGENERAL 1 SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialtys THE HAGAN j Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY s f and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In all countrtea or no toe We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY adrertlM them thoroughly ai our expeuee and help JOu to OUcce Send model photo or sketch for FREE report un intenubllity SO Jean practice SUR ForfreeOoIQnhook BO3SOS Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C KILL THE AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNow FOR cONSUMPTION 60c100Free PrieD Trial I Sureat nnd Quickest Cure for All THHOAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY HACK Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Oct 221905 EASTBOUND No 2 No4 Stations P in A W Lv Lexington 225 715 AVncheBter 31108r54 IuETunction 823 837 l Oluv fltv330 U13hlStanton 4OU 921 1 Rosslyn 412 028 1 Natural Bridge 4 85 li54 4 Torrent 449 1008 IteattyvJUpJunaftl ti lQJt 0 K Janet 0 fi 11SO Ar Jackson 010 1180 WEST IJOUK1I No3 f J 1 Stations P M A Iii j Lv Jackson 225 625 1 O K Junct 280021144 BeuttyvllleTunc820 7j 23 Torrent 347 747 Natural Bridge 401 01 425 0Kosslyn Stanton 480 teR Clay City 4 T89 837 II JEJunctlon568 910 41 Winchester 5t20 023rAr Lexington 005 10 IP All trains daily except Sunday Trains Npa 8 and 4 make conncct 4f tion at Buattyvillc Junction with J A Railway for local stations on L A Railway and connect at 0 K Junction for local stations on oKH- ailwuy 7 No 1 iind3 connect at L K Junction with C A 0 fault Sterling 4 J K BARK Ones 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