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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rijg CLAY TY TIMES I oCcntsn Year n Advancv We are hereto help Clay City tkurrouniing Country and Ourselves J II Burgher Jr ublishrIVOTE 7 CLAY CITY KF4f Tifih SDAY MAY 15 1902 NO 20 A Big Reduction on Ladies Misses and Childrens Capes Jackets and Furs u W have on hand a stock of above goods which We are closing out AtCostIf in thin line cheap call and purchase before the stock is ed over Wo also have a few Overcoats which we will sell At Cost to close the lot also a few pair of Heavy Boots for Men and Boys on the same terms Dont forget the place Shimfessel Waldron 1 Stand like a Stone Will Between your children and the tortures of itching and burning ec zema scaldhead or other skins di seasesflow why by using Buck Itns Ainica Sale earths greatest greatest healre Quickest cure for Ulcers Fever sores Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises Infallible for Piles 2oc at Clay City Lbr fe Stave Co Thehayette County grand jury has indicted thirty six officers of the recent investment companies of Lexington on the charge of embezzlement and forgery REPORT OP THIS CONDITION Of TILE Clay City National Bank At Clay City In the stnte of Kentucky lit the close of business April 30 1003 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 70802 GO Overdrafts secured nnd un secured s r 1878 64 USllomls to secure circuln 12600 00 Stocks securities etc 0000 05 Bimkingthouse furniture and fixtures 380000 Other real estate owned 555118 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 2i 88 Due from approved reserve agents 832344- 7Internalltevenue stamps 2 BO Notes of other National Jtanks 200 00 LAWFUL MONEY KEHEKVE IN BANKSYIxt Specie 242004 Legal tender notes 814300 5500 04 Redemption fund with U 8- Treasr55eofcirTn 02500 Total t 80447lm LIABILITIES Capital stojkjpaid InG000000Su- rplus fund 8300 00 Undivided profits less expenses t and taxes paid 1803 60 State bank notes outstaning 12500 00 Individual deposits subject to check 7184375 Total iaO44781 STATE OFKJNTUOKYI18 IJ F Cox Cashier ortliubovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement true to the best of my knowledge and belief JF Cox Cashier Subscribed And sworn to before me this 8tb day of Way1002 J MCOUIsE Notary 1ubllc PotveilCoutityXy- StyconltifesfonezplreaIolclo21J 4 CORRE tfaet TWo if ATKINSON OfiABSooTT Directorsr M llvCoURTNET Reveal A Great Secret It is often asked how such start ling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Heres the secret It cuts out the phlegm and germinfected mucous and let the lifegiving oxygen enrich andvitalize the blood It heals the inflamed coughworn throat Ulan lungs lard colds Bud stub born coughs soon ylelt1tOIylfeN- ew Discovery the most infallible remedy for nil Throat and Lung diseases GUirenteed bottle 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free at Swann Day Lbr Co store Terrapen Burns a Barn Some weeks ngothe barn of Mr James Olark who lives on Pine Ridge in the eastern part of the county wits burned Later it was developed that some children hadI found a terrapen To wnkeitI walk they put a coal of fire on itsI back when it ran under the barn and set it on fire Winchester Sentinel What Thin Folk NeedIIs a greater power of digestion and assimilating food For them DrI Kings New Life Piltework wonders They tone and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all poisons from the system enrich the blood illlt prove appetite make healthy flesh Only 25c ut Clay City Lbr a Stave Ci Plenty of FIshIMr Hob Tillett of Valley View I made quite a remarkable catch offish on Thursday says thoI Richmond Register On one line he caught one hundred and eightyfive pounds of fish The catch was made at boom No 1onomlle a I hove Valley View and consisted of three sturgeons weighing 10004I and 21 puun respectively The I fish were carried to Lexington and I put on exhibition I Gov lieckhnm yesterday granted pardon in the case of W M Gar rison the Madison county boyjust sent to the State penitentiary here from Leslie county for two years forI manslaughter Garison shot killed Larkin Jones to save the life of his father whom Jones had I threatened to kill r Articles of incorporation were fif led i n the ofllclQrf the Secretary of AVednesd yJby the following corporations tUJt Louisville and M t Vashingttfnllailway Company with 810000 hnlstockwith the privilege of increasing to 8400000 The buildan electric line from JheJjnU of the city of Louisville to lift Wus Jlulr lilt county amfvproposes to later extend the relit through toFairfield Bloomfield ant Bardstown in Nel son county TiteSSt Louis Oiland Gas Corupany Moiitgomery coun ty It lies 20 capitalstock and W B Whft W W Embry r mv 5 tekeltorl nr the ffljjjTherllllon Implement Company of Georgetown It has 81000capitaltna B MIIerndon 18 e eorpnr1 or JSi 1 Hold tTpA Congressu an At the eiidaof the campaign writes Chamfi IGlurk Missouris brilliant congressman from overwork nejAoiir tension Joss of sleep and constnnt I had about utterly collapsedIt seemed that all organs in mp body were out of order but three bottles of Electric Bitters wade mejhll right Its the best nlluronnd medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Over worked rundown men and weak sicklywomen gain splendid health and vitality frpnyElectric Bitters Try them toe Guaranteed JBkgte fifo AbnJ feg 5 S r hahlitWinchesjterthose coffin tacks The are pos J itively dangerous I would hateI to see a boy of mine marry an old maid against his wishes or a young woman in her nonage or an oft- woman in her dotage Woul hate to see him engaged in th hazardous task of sassing his old motherinlaw It hurts my feelings to see him part his hair in the middle But to see him stand flat footed or sit crosslegged and burn up his mind and body with those dreadful awful cigarette- Ithink would be more tlmnl coul bear One young man said to me o Dock it dont hurt my mind to smoke cigarettes After talkiim to aforesaid young man awhile found he was right It didnt hurt his mind because he had none There are very few shorter cuts to the lunatic asylum than the smoky route of the cigar ette Boys take warning and quit your foolishness Churches and Schools Dr McDonald of Danville syn odical missionary of the Northern Presbyterian Church has made ar rangements for a considerable ex tension of educational and church work in the mountains this year A church will be built at Monticel lo a church and academy at Pike rifle and a church and academy at Inez Dr McDonald while in the East last winter raised J2000 with wjiich to carry on the work Ilw ltU J ill r2 111 has made an increase of 10 percent in the wages of 55000 em ployes because of the recent ad vance in the cost of living The increase applies only to employes below time r nt of foreman and s Big Landslide Ihl Prices We have a limited stock of each kind of heavy Winter Goods mentioned below which we cannot allord to car ry over and will not do so S Mens Clothing in suits and Odd Punts Ladies Capes and Jackets Men and Boys Underwear Ladies and Misses Underwear Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts liens Womens Boys and Misses Shoes Comforts JMunktis and Etc Come early and get first choice You may name the price j We winlutd inpress on the needs of the public that we still carrylMull line of Homemade Collins Also a I nice line qf Caskets in both white and black alsoany I thing youjTmay need in Mens and Womens Robe idx y Cl y pLunerr CLA CITY KY + V in Louisville alone represents an additional outlay of 75000 IFishIngSun shines bright righteOut of sight Hold pole tight- Iumornnlglight IWatch them bite delight IWorm on hook Shady nook brookdBoy on bank heeling Mink plankIUnwraps line Oh how fine Jolly time Hour sublime Bait pitched in See boy grin Cork goes under Oh by thunder Caught him sure pureTell Listen now Watch and wait Spit on bait Fail in this Sure to miss Sure as fate Colby Roberts shot and killed Thos Walters at Valley ViewrSunday mornig Time shooting occurred in the postoflice At Kidds store Lincoln coun tyf the Booth brothersi a game of craps with a negoby the name of Peyton and fell out whichresults in the woundingof both white men and the negro was shot to death A man never realizes how very dear a girl is to him until he acquire the right to pay her hills The Woman Leads her less enterprising neighbors if she carries an account at a financial institution such as ours We make a special ellort to look after accounts of the gentler sex and will be pleased to have any of them call Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky ritOFKSSIONAL CARDS rrwh rnnLnMNr WMIhMAdMnn roro R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BUROEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M PHYSICIAN AND SUnOEON OLAY OITY KY Dr C B DICKSON i DENTIST r CLAY CITY KY 1 tiw u THE TIMES IUllLISnED EMERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ah 1 ance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail mutter Thursday May 15 1002 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKKS Hill CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIIICUIT CLERK Wo nre authorized to announce MrI W T SRINGFK of Clay City as u candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action orI the Democratic party SPOUTSPRING- Born to Morris Larison and wife a son Rev D P Ware was observed in town Saturday Jan F McKimioy made a bus iness trip to Irvine Satur lay Eld N McIntosh has sold his saddle mare to Asa Todd for 1100 Teet Christopher bought a sad ale mare of Keub Puckett for 18250 Born to the wife of Win U Utirgher Tuesday May lUthII daughterEld male a business trip to Booneville the latter part of last week Misses Dollic Christopher and Bessie Barnett went to Irvine Friday visiting Several from here attended the JurtisMackcy wedding at Pow ollsValley Sunday Little Lilla of Mr Mrs H F OilTistoph01is quite sick and May not get well Miss Dorsie Stockton has been engaged to teach school at Kim broils Chapel and VIa Wilson will teach at Dry Ridge Miss Ruth McKinney returned the last of the week from it two weeks visit to her sister Mrs Sanford Niblack near Winches ter IIItIIfI 1 Attorney O H Pollard of Jackson and R L Danielof flay City were here Saturday on business for the large lucid com pany A E Barnett Son have bought of J F McKinney a boundary f timber near this place for f1000 They will begin working it at onceThe Masonic temple is under going repairs this week new foundation timbers being put under it and otherwise being improvedI supply of sweet pota to plants ready for delivery May 10 My sack consists of Pink Bermudas Southern Queen and Brazil all good keepers- John W Mie AE Barnett ifcJSon are put ting in a stock of goods in the Masonic store house and willsup ply the people with what they need at low prices il H Daw son is to be general intiniijic n FACTS AND OBSERVATIONS- On a Trlpto Teu By W B Hcflln We left Clay City on April 10th for Dallas Tex We went to Lexington where we hnd to lay over until Sunday morning We spent the night very plnKlilltlylthSSWltt We bought our roundtrip tickets for Dallas on tits 20th for 10 80 good to return May 2 over time Choctaw route We went over the C A 0 to Louisville and arrived there at 11 45 a in The country from Inxington to Mid way is very limo fertile bluegraas country On our way we noticed very dose about the quantity of stock on the road Stock of all kinds seemed to be very scarce especially hogs If nil the hogs that I saw from the train between Lex ington and Midway were fattened nnd ready for market they would not feed Louisville for breakfast We took a through reclining chair conch at Louisville for Dallas leaving at 1330 p in over Illinois Central for JfenpliiVeviewedtheOhioriverfor u boy The bridge across the river tit this point has twelve pillars supporting it We passed through Hardin county The soil along the railroad was very poor Saw several fine forests of white oak timber The people seemed to be chiefly engaged in fruit growing Saw several orchards or apple trees con taining ten acres or more All seemed to be young orchards At Princeton xve took on two more couches making twelve in nil amid mull seemed to be well filled To our left after we left Prince ton we could see from our car the Ed dyvllle penitentiary which is n large brick structure We could only see the outside didnt care to see the other side We crossed the Cumberland river which in a large stream with wide and fertile bottoms In ten miles more travel wu came to the Tennessee river which is twice or three times as large us the Cumberland The bottoms onI the Tennessee aro large nnd excellent land for wheat maid corn A short run brought us to Pnducah on the Ohio This is a nice city of 0000 inhabitants lye arrived there at dark Here several more passengers got on our train which was then well tilled Wo had nicept Ople on njir train nOOIlV drink ing We changed train crews Our next potent was Memphis Tenn We left Paducah nt 7 p in and lied several miles of good running through Tennessee it being a very level coun try but as it was night could not see much of the country On the routewe met Mr Jolly who Is jolly indeed traveling passenger agent of the Choc taw Oklahoma R Gulf II U He did all in his power to make the passengers comfortable mind happy Several lied tickets culling fir other routes which ho took up and gave tham the right ticket which was a great help to them Wo arrived at Memphis nt midnight and left nt 12 20 n m When wo crossed the Mississippi was night nodmull eyes were upon time water The queen of the night wns shining with nil her majestic beauty The electric lights were shining upon the right bunk across the water trim this gave us u good view and beautiful scenery I COXTINUKII SBXT WrKK Gruesome Statistics The Chicago Tribune which keeps account so fur us it can of murders hangings and lynching in this country reports that in 1101 there were 118 legal execu tions one less than in 1100 It reports for the year 1555 lynchings 20 more than in 15510 of which 121 ocourcd in the South And 14 in the North ns compared with 107 in the South and 8 in the North in 1900 The number of negroes lynched last year was 111I the slime number as in 1000 Of these 89 were lynched for murder the stone number as in 1000 and jO for criminal assault as 18 in JflOO There were fewer lynchings last year in Mississippi j Louisiana and Georgia but more in Alabama Tennessee and 0110factleast once a year Time number of negroes lynched every year for murder is more than twice as great as the number lynched for criminal assault Dont borrow trouble You al live n jflentv There is mOl Plnrrh in this sec tion of the vourX than all other diseases put to ter and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For Ii great many years doctors pronouncejl it a local disease anti prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney- do Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the niraket It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It nets directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system They offer one hundred dollars for anycase it hulls to cure Send for circular aid testimonials Address F J Cheney b Co Toledo 0 Sold dy Druggists 7o Halls Family Pills are the best The man who takes no thought of tomorrow rimy wake up some morning nnd find it yesterday Send Wc in stumps and get full trial treatment of Wilsons Mor phine Cure Curl WiUoii Cal vent Tex- WtxTEnSeveral persons of charac ter and good reputation in each state one in this county required to repre sent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Siila ry flSJOO weekly with expenses addi tionalnil payable incnsheiich Wednes day direct fruit head ollices horse and carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Manager UIG Cax ton Building Chicago For hoc in etaui p will mull n full trialof WilsonjJlobiureo Gmv NbVferffilitr V rileto Cqrp WIN son Culvert Tex 1 a Consumption Cured lus ly ly the FilipinosMethodA in the Philippines uncoveredlUllcI brought home n certain cure for Consumption and nil lung com phiiutp Particulars and proof free fro- mCORP WILSON Calvert Tex- MACHINESHOP a 1 I fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep liyStock Steam FittingBeltingH- ose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines Tn a fi 8 nnd 12 borer rTIf best known power H r farmers find other printedIsL T C G r n Who symaptliixcd with you when your little girl was sick Was it your home merchantor was it Sears Roebuck Who curried you lust winter when you Were outof a job and had tit money Was it Montgomery Ward Sr Oo or your home inerchrint When you want to raise money fur the church or souse needy persons in town do you write to the hair store in Chicago or do you go to your home merchant How much does Seigle Cooper if Co toward keeping up the flidowulliflI of the city or paying the minis ters salary When you were sick how nights did Hihhiird Spencer lS Bartlett sit up with you When your loved one was hurried was it your ionic paper which shed the tear of syrnpathyand uttered the cheering word or was it some Cincinnati or New York paper Kx fMinisters of the gospel niust be n scarce article in Belie county as the following article front the 1iiioville Herald will show Magistrates of the county must have f been busy moonshining on this particular day Much trouble was experienced by John W Al ford and Alice Williams from Stinking creek wlur secured li i cense to wed on Tuesdar When Inst seen about noon they were footsore and weary of a fruitless search for a preacher or squire to perform the nnuumyincl ville Herald W Henry nounces to the public that lie Is a ble to bent his gallery in Clay City t told will bo gliid to see any sue wanting photographs I have not been at the gallery regal r for three months but the warm weather has drawn he rheumatism awafara = time Come II lid hnveyour pictures made I will do you good honest work and my prices are us low us l can he quality of work considered Special attention will lit given to all pictures left in maycare to bp copied nnd enlarged Como at once J W llKxuv The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Arc il1iC1 rITII Yu Pearl and Bakers Pride FlOuriTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed i MANUFACTIWI BY CAIN Ron VHRSAILUS KY Sold by our Lending Merchants fja i r Ii YES T c 3 i X j We Manufacture a Sash Doors Blinds and all Kinds of Building Material and Shop work f and ton at Lowest Market Price Sand fur Estimates r RLII NGE MFG Co I I Winchester Ky I Dr B Littlepagc Sonv I Dealers In Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Oil Paints and Etc i Prescription carefully compounded ml if we hnnIIt got what I you want will get it for you on short Ilutif I J ARE i YOU DEAF 1 respnctfitllylul j ot U ANY HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLEI by our new invention Only those born deaf are incurable j HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY P A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS tootGenlltmenyou a full history of my case to me used at your dlacretioa riAbout five years ago mrigbt car cgan to lillI and this kept on getting wo until z lab n my hearing In l i underwent atreatmentorcatarrhiorthree month without nnyiucceu consulted a numhber of physicians among others the most eminent ear uprclalUt thUclty who told we that only an o could help me end teen that 0111 temporarily that the head noises would w then cease but the In the affected earwould be forever I then caw your advertisementaccldenlatiy In a New York r and ordered your treat J ment After I only a to yourdlrectlol1UIt nolwjceased and youheartilyF A 7Jo re Our treatnrerledues not interfere with your itnunl occupation 4aadvicea INTERNATIONAL A l CHICAIIt Ill may THE TIMES U =AJ ALt HOMEMADE 1 Af ER t THURSDAY MAY 15 1902 H LOCAL BKEVITIES Von can yet colored Coqiiilh Spectacles from W T Webb Rev J A Webb while fishing Moodily caught a J21b turtle R E Woodward of Kosslyn was in town Thursday on busi ness The Baptist of Juckson will hand a new church at a cost of no IIle IirsGStmdtgTeXCCtnaioli trill- run from Lengton up the line Sunday Childrens Day services will be observed at the Methodist church Sunday night Mr and Mrs John W lisle of Richmond are visiting relatives here this week Among the new subscribers ad ded to our list is Sam Cosbyof Armstrong Illinois Mrs Albert Welch and Miss MargretteEwingjof Stanton were in town Friday shopping K F CIItler representing II lL Mulford CootThiladelphia was in the city Saturday 1 Miss hula and Dan Wallace of I Irvine visited Miss Kate Daniel of this place Friday night D A Wallace wife and sister Miss hula attended the funeral of Mrs James A Wallace at Stan tan Saturdayasr A number of the groo ms rela tives front hark county attended the CurtisMackey wedding at I Iow ells Valley Sunday lSchool was dismissed yesterday 10 morning to give an opportunity to the scholia to attend tlc fu neral of Mr T1 Stringer at I StantonThe City National Bank furnishes our readers with their l usual line report This banks becoming more popular each duty with the business world Mrs Bloom has had the roof on her house repaired and a new varamla built W H Cassidy 1nls1has a new vnrndn built and is moreimprovement about towni I v J D Williams general Man ager of the Mutual Handle Com J pany will move his family from ot Winchtsteto Clay City and will i occupy the residence vacated by C W Russell e Tht oil well drilling machinery JIIIIS arrived and is being set up ready for business at the mouth ofHardwicks creek It is ex pected that they will strike oil in abundance at this point On Thursday May Stttli all who have relatives hurried tit the Wells grave yardon Hardwicks creek are requested to meet there and help clean oil the grave yard Decoration on the day following We have just got n new paper jft cutter and have our running ca f pas ity improved Whenoll conic to Clay City COIIIQ in and see us and let us send you our paper one year its worTh more than it cysts The examination for teachen certificates will bo held at the county seats tomorrow anti Slit urday The Legislature at Its last session passed an emergency clause setting apart for these ex nmimitions six weeks earlier so as to avoid the hot weather It is now generaly believed by all that the firing of R L Dan icls house near town was the work of incendiaries Some 12 or 14 in silver coin was left in the house and no money could he found in the ashes Other tiling prove conclusively that the residence was set on firs The HOlt Common Ailment More people suffer from rheuma tism thiin from any other ailment this is wholly unnecessary too for Il cure umy be effected at a very final cost G W WesJott of Mea dowdale N Y says I have been nilllctcd with rheumatism fo some time and it has caused me trythamborlnins pleased to say that it lias cured me For sale byall dealers in putout medicine Died Mrs Hattie Wallace wife of James A Wallace Circint clerk of fcstill died at St Josephs hos pital Thursday night Her fam ily was at her bedside at hordeath The remains were taken to Stan ton and buried ther Saturday Mrs Wallace is a daughter of Judge J R Hardwick deceased She was twice married first to Iauny Clay und last to las A Wallace She leaves a husband antI one son Sciatic Kheanmatism cured Alter Fourteen Yeara of Suffering Iliav been atllictcd with sciutie rheumatism for fourteen years Says Josh Edgerof Germantown Cul I wins able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chnmherlains Pain Halm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned11 1hnot use this liniment and get well It is for sale by all dealers in potent medicine Kid J M Rash being engaged iintn exceptionally interesting meeting at Innola failed to fill his stand at the Christian church Saturday night and Sunday He came up lust night and preached Owing to the short notice the congregation was small He re ports a large number additions to the church at Ianola Whooping Cough A woman who hats had experience with this disease tells how to prevent nay dangerous consequences from it She says Our three dill dnn took whooping cough last summer our baby boy being truly conlyrgiviniRemedy they loit none of their plOmpnese wad came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this rme dy Our oldest little girl wonltj call lustily for cough syrup between who p8Jet 8ie 1inkoy HulSirimri yule Aln This Remedy is for sal by all dealers in jatent medicine At Olive Hill Rowan enmity Saturday night Robert Hicks was killed Toni Hnckett fatally wounded W M Smith shot in fore head Henry Tackott cut three times with a knife so ho will die and others hurt iti u 11rrhe guilty parties have been arrested More trouble is expected See our line of samples for suits n Llttjepage Son c N The SouUiflBlntorstato Oratorical Coates ill be heM this year nt Lcximi on Wednesday evening Mug t under the auspices of Ken Icky University Nearly nil the great Southern U niversities arcmembers of this association Tub contest was held last year nt the Texas University and was won by the representa the from Kefitucky University Death of T Stringer Tuesday morning a tone olloclt T J Stringer who has been hovering between life and death forquitea while breathed his last aged 21 years He has been af meted with complication of dis eases for some time uIII1 vas sent to the hospital at Lexington but nothing seemed to do him any good He was hurried at Stanton yesterday morning Funeral services were conducted by Rev H A Irvin before burial Deceased was the oldest of Mr and Mrs W T Stringerof Waltersville and was a sober and quiet young man He was a member of the Baptist church at Bowcn Youthful Bride At Torrent Wolfe county II H Spencer was married to Miss Benin Vandcrpool the Rev P H Legg officiating Mr Spencer isn Inolllillentlumherman of that place The bride is tile youngest daughter of G Vunderpool a prominent millman and is only 1U yours oldhazel Green Her ald No Lou of Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would have rather be out of coffee adsugar thou it 1 sold five bottles of it yesterday to thresh ers that could go no farther and they areut work again tilts morning II It Wielp rlMynioutlvOk lulionrj As will be seen byabove the threshers were able to keep on with their work without losblgii single days days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale by all dealers in patent medicine CurtisMackey- At Powells Valley Baptist eKurch near Clay City Sunday Morning just before preaching Mr Hood Curtis led to the altar Miss Emma lackey where they were married by the Elder J T Turpin Quite a crowd was pres ent to witness the marriage Mr Curtis is a selfmade and prom ising young man formerly of this county hut is Into of Ruckerville Miss Kmma is a sister of Mrs J W Tiptoe of this place and a bright little lady The TIMKS extends Congratulation together with their numerous other friends WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER PAYING TOE IT In a recent articl a prominent physician says It is next to im possible for the physician to get his patients to carry out oily prescribed course of liygenicof diet to the smallest extent tie him one resort left namely the drug treatment When medicine aie used for chrouic constipation the most mild arid gentle obtainable such an Chamber lains Stomach Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy conditin For sale byall de dears in paten tmedioine W N Haldenian president of the CourierJournal Company died in Louisville Tuc dnt as the result of a shoe t he had received from a street cie accident Mr Haldenian law been connected with tho CowAJournal for a number of yaJ Lad has hcen nQIJ if Follow the Procession T0 THE New Yorkf Y Racket Store KEPT BY A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KYM WJio cliiim to be headquarters for all kinds of merhainUse TttrtlitT owet Cash Prices that First Class goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100ICordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 220 Pearl 240 Superfine 200 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents As to Dry Goods Notions lInts Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth ing wo defy all competition We buyour goods driect from New York make the prices right allow you top prices for all kinds of produce pay Cash for Railroad Ties So call and see how mush money U saved in dealing with us Your AIE BARNETT It SONe W T WEBB Has opened a FirMClns o Jewelry store in his new building and invites the public to call on him when in need of Watches Jewelry Spectacles and Etc Eyes Tested aid Glasses Accurately Fitted Subscribe for m M Merchant anj CLAY GITYt KY Custom work six Jays in the week Fresh Ground Boiled Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole Notice I wish to sell my Dwelling and Store house containing a well se lected stock of goods with a nice trade done built Situated on Main Street One of the most desirable stands in Clay City Ky Terms easy For further particulars up ply to I W Tipton I THE TIMES 1 BAILEY C- ustomMILLER n thisIf Sold by all Newsdealers FurnUhc Monthly to all lOTtn of Uuiio a- of New Choler Copyrltht- Compositlonsbytbomatpopulerwthots i 64 Pages or music l05oDgf II Instrumental 21 CuinplelB Pieces for PURI aDd 22 Page of Muilcal Literature Once a Month for 25 Cents Yearly SubscrlptJon2OOSix In one year you ret nearly 800 Paget of Mutlc comprWng 352 Complete PleceatorthePlano K bought In any muilo store at onehalf on cost It 1IUl send us the name PlallOIJ W PEPPER Publisher Ilfhth Alocu t3t rhllndtlphU Pa THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEnsroox Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO We solicit the accounts of individ pals firms and corporations 6 1- 2CourierJournar I I 2 1 TIMES 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL is the best pn in the United States for Democrats and nil renders It is the equal of many Dailies and the of nil other SemiWeeklies Henry WnttersonKd itor The Wednesday issue is devoted frj News Matters the Saturday issue to The Home Siimple copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Speciai Arrangements t You can get THE TIMES And the TwiceaWeekCourierJournal Both one Year for Only One Dollars This is for cnsh subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina t tion offer must be sent through this office Virden r 00 Curtis sold to R L Dan iel one calf- People arc aboutdone planting corn in this section Uncle Ras Fishers inure died the first of the week John Roberts was in Bit Ster ling Wednesday on business Miss Maggie Hambric of Ford is visiting her sister this week Will Adams of Winchester the guest of Martha Glowers Sun t duty 1n Mrs Bessie Ware W IsAdtuu and family visited Aunt Martha Glowers Sunday Uncle Has Fisher bought a f horse of Greely Snowden Failed Y to learn the price G D Cooke happened to bad luck The freight train killed one of his yearling steers Mon lily Ye correspondent wasat Powells ValleylastSuuday to witness the 1 marriage There was a large cnijtfd present 4Sams Sayings Born to Morris Larison and wife R a girl ttBorn to Charles Shepherd old a boy- Several of our people have lost milk COWS this spring Several from this place attend ed preaching at Liberty Sunday WaltorBtirton visited his Un cleWmiFlIcIntosh the lust of theAveek r The postofliceisto bo moved fromE Kings residence to Wise mans store D N Witt is buillr house for his brother H 0 Witt on Sand Hill A pair of weddings are to report soon we believe but vrtu must guess a whjc ye- tVaughns Mill Geo Bush spcntSaturday night with John Gravette Miss Stelln Hiloy spent Saturday night and Sunday with Suda BarnettMiss Fannie Jackson is visiting her sister Mrs Betsy Rupard at Wades Mill Miss Nora and Gallic Ware and Nannie Gravett Were guests of Ida Hays Sunday Rtissel Mountzandfaiiiilysjlent Saturday night and Sunday with Allen Gravetts family Pastor Pence occupied hisstand at the Methodist church Sunday morning There was a nice crowd presentThe Standard Oil Go which leased G W Clarks land is put ting up their machinery and get tint ready to operate A GOOD CARRIAGE OFFER YoU Can Really Save Two Profits by Buying From the Factory LThe modern WilY doing bus I by selling from the net iy to the inmuner has vidently come to stay Its e conomy i 1 so 11CIuU1lO one who has once dbcovere how much can be saved by such direct dealing would be willing to go back to the old fashioned WilY of buying in which must be paid to two or more middlemen But the new business method more thrtn ever requires confidence in the fairness and strict honesty of the business tirm and a reputation above any suspicion of unfair dealings The success lICII firm having this kind of n reputation illustrated in thd ca reer of The Columbus Carriage nnd Harness Com 8ny of Columbus 0 which huts sold an immense number of high grnde carriages and harness by n plan of shipment direct from the facts ryt insuring every buyer againtsl ssor dissatisfaction Ky their plan a earn age user in Maine or Texns can bu far chicper tuna nt the local storennd want egal oppertunlty return nrlHc thnt is not satisfactory To aid buyer lit distance this firm line prepared n IIll1r a catalogue which rule illustration careful description exactly how and whot material each vehicle is constructed This catalogue is n valuable guide to buyers of card ages and harness and even those who only intend buying elsewhere hold have a on hand to consult in order factorySand retailers are added on Anyone eon obtain this catalogue free by writ to The ColuutbusOa range and liar OhioSAGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T HEWITT TALMAQE by his Son Rev Frank Dewltt Talimtgi and associate editors ofCliitthin Ilerld Only book endortipd by Ill I II1n j0 fomlly Enormous profit for agents who art quickly Outfit ten cents Write II mediately CLICK CO 2 2 S 4th dt Philu Pa Jlention thirt 1q e- rraoooooooooseeeooe 9 I Modern Printing Which we do tit Alqdoru Prices Has an individuality About it that commands Attention jI l Lets alk it OverI c c c- On that next order of Printing yon need We can make it Beneficial to you Try us once e jfiraes friijf 1 e r o r Sam Wells wife Anniennd- Pbllie Bushtie Crow f Fred Ware and Ge e Bush took dinner at John McKinneys Sunday Misses Fannie Jackson and Ma lisaHiley visited Misses Dolhe and Nannie Christopher at Spout- spring Saturday night and Sunday billionaire will occasionally get billions Lexington Eastern Ry Effective October 20 1901 EA8TBOUXI l02 ro4 Daily ex Sun Daily ex Sun Stations IM AM JIexln ton 210 740 1 Winchester 25 33 II LJunction F07 837 I Clny City 40 l18 II Stnnton 331 83 II Natural Bridge 420 054 Torrent 434 1003 II BeattyvilleJunc450 102- 0ArJnckson0 0 1130 WEST BOUND 103 Tot 1 Daily ex Sun Daily ex Sun Stations PM A lJvLv Jnckson120 025 II BenttyvilleIuiie2l 2J II Torrent 23 744 II Natural Bride 252 801 II Stanton 32 888 II Cysts CItv 88 3 I LE Junction 403 10- II Winchester 415 053- ArLexingtnn v 00 500 1010 T K BARB CHAR SCOTT 5en Mnnnger Gertlnw Agt fn K MOKOAX SoL Pass Agt RESTAURANT MEALS flT ALL HOURS Fresh Oysters and Fish A full line of Foreign and Domes tic Fruits Oranges Lemons Ha nanap Apples aid Etc S1AN ERSNCIY KY If BG WESTi Simmons HaHwarc Cot St Louis Mo- will make regular trips throtih tins section FreightYequalizcd with Louisville and Cincinnati houses f Clay Cite Motel J II EA TiN lvopii 4 Table piip liedxwilh the best the markert nfToidfl a er thing neat iiini dean HatcsSlOOperrlay Bluegrass 1 Nurseries SPRING 1OO Fruit and Orjinnfcntii Trees Grape Vines AefnrngtTslsmall fruits and Ivervtbinjtifor Orchard Lnwn and GMrdcn We have no agents but sell dSreclfto the planter Stmwberrrnn VlGIeneraV Cnta Iqgues on application to JH F H1LLE1EYEKL- EXINGTON KY BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS IDESION8OoPYRIOHTS C pt Anyone sending aakel and deacrtptlqnutay I Quick tfoaacorlalnourop FO probably Communk i ttonsetrlct conedenL onlatenta lae J aecut eau 1atente takenibrrou unu 4 receiveI 1petWtnotkeeltbout c inthe ScittifCA bandtomelJl1Iu oalatlofl riatachy- any Terma a rlfourmont Show Creek John Chism has u well developed- case or typhoidfever- Albert Wood bought a horse from Kvert t DovsonCorsn Henry Rice ofWinehester visi ted relatives here lust week J P Curtis sold a bunch of cat tie to Air Eubank Price Unknown Everett Dawson bought a good work horse from Dandy Puckett foriCo Mrs Mary Liz Wood Is quite sick with complication of diseases at this writing Farmers are hustling around in this vicinity and lire generally dune planting corn d Cb Kerr is having some extra work done on his house which adds really to the looks C G Otfborn of Bight Angle neighborhood was lit our vicinity last Tuesday on business Misses Lillie Vivien Iula and Tena Ogden wore the guests of Miss Lillie Kerr from Saturday till Sun day Rev J II Pence of Cloy Ciiy will preach at Snowcieek next Sun day evening at three oclock Come out every body and lent hint The regular unnuil Sundny school convention of Powell county will ite held at 11t I end June jrd and 4the would like to see Snow Creek well represented EldE WJIarciini Hlleil his Ptund at Log Lick Sitiirduy aiid Sundny preaehijig to a good audience Those who attended ftiiiua distance were MV Thos Wpber of near Winchif ter Albert Vlvion HIM wire Frank pi rJu 111 nil wife of Kiddville45 i 1 rA volcanic eruption oTMt Pe Ice on tIle island of MiUtiuiqtic on lust Thursday doBfruyed the city St Pierre and the loss of life is placed ntJJO0M Cungress has appropriated 00000 for their relief People who imagine every body is glad to see them must lo happy + Wo =promptly obtain u 8 and Foreign u1 Wild model ikcUh or of InTcntlon fore- lreercpnrtanrntrntnblltty j nnx Fnrfrreboo- klloWtoScrnrCTRADEMARKS write to ALL WOMEN Wlno of Cimlui is the guardian of a woniitiid health anti luippl ness from youth to old age It helps her safely Into womanhood It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing flooding nnd inls caniago It gently lends her through the dangerous period known as tho change of Il- feFCARiUWg E cures leucorrhcea falling of the womb and menstrual irregularity In every form It is valuable in every trying period of n womans life It reinforces the nervous system nets directly on the geni tal organs said la tho finest tonic for Women known Ask your drugs t for n 100 bottle of i Wine of Cardul Batewlllo Ala July 11 1900 Iamn+ lnl Wino nf Cardul and hed ford a niaciDrausht and I fool like a dlitemnt woman already Several la dire hero ke the medicines in their horn nil fho time I have thrfe girls and they ore using It with nie Mrs KATE BROWDEH For silric inj Ittfmlam mWrfM dying ijnnptoiim Tli lallee lepart Mm toe 1Utanooya ileilictiw Company Ciuutanovgit lean I MFU E- CHILDBIRTH EASY I The mot sacred responslbtlltr woraanN exUtcuc U the approariln nu otr hood the fuels must tVeply Its UutlCH and CZIKctauIII I foroboilln VomttlnK a H sickness o ctr wltn nt f foapocfallr Hi tta- montlnwhlrtattrtunfavoraI i1 talon orsaiiltm It li fl1tl1o rotivt of thud ulcSneac aut jtoll tat uMotl1LeriIie Nay 1- Is special YITIIrIorlotherl Iint1patent m ldu i r r crtl Uun ot a skilled and educated IXTI laltst lu the Geld ur womcnH iUssaes It contain no jioUnns opiates or rtaiiKorouii Urur tint is a juircly conjmim of ulinjilo rC ua Is perfectly haruilcct 0- Mothesiner- r NJ Is wttlnut doubt tu ctr tI1111 a to medical HcUacv fr icaucliiK theordtof coaflncsioiit 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