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ITIlE CLAY ITTYr TIMES 50 Cents a Year n Advancv r9rWeprrouu3iug Country anJ Ourselves u J B Burgher Ir JubtisherI VOL 7 CLAY CITY KT TOTKSDAY MAY 22 1902 NO 21 I I A Big Reduction on Ladies Misses and Childrens Capes Jackets and Furs We have on hand a stock of above goods which We are dosing out At Cost If you want any goods in this line cheap call and purchase before the stock is picked over We also have a few Overcoats which we will sell At Costto close the lot also a few I pair of Heavy Boots for iflVII and Boysnn the same terms Dont forget the place Shimfessel Waldron Stand Like a Stone wnIBetween your children torturesof itebinjj and burning eczema gculdheador other kiitf di seaseslfowwhy by using IhTck geattstrlreatlst heal re Quickest cure for Ulcers Fever sores Salt Rheum Cute Burns or Bruises Infallible fur Piles r 25catdayCity Lbr fc tXStave Cii k v Large Timber Deal A largo timber deal line been consumated in which the Breath itt County Coal and Iron Company sells 100000 acres of coal and timber land in Breathitt an Knott counties at 125 per acre ti What Thin Folks Heed Is greater power qf digestion and assimilating food For them Dr Kings New Life Pills work wonders They tone and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all poisons from the system enrich the blood im prove appetite make healthy flesh Only 25c at Clay City Lbr Stave Co Burned Their Own Store A special from Mt Sterling says Wick Simps6n and three brothers were arrested to day charged with burning their store for their insurance The value of the goods did not exceed the amount insured The policy was taken out only a few hours be fore the fire They had taken out a part of the stock which was found by officers A Valuable Farm W W Clarke of Webbville Car ter county some years ago planted ten acres in ginseng and lust week refused a cash otTer of 150000 for the tract He claims that ho can re alizffcan income of 87000 per year from the ten acres The Lexington Morning Demo crat will in a few days be issuing both a morning evening edition of that paper We congratulate this excellent paper on its proposed plan and wish it success always The indolent young physician was naturally indignant when an acquaintance remarked that he took life easy A good conscienceenndooA hours usually gb together V r e a Y V Reveal A Gfeat Secret It is often askccliow such start ling cures Umtjiimle tits best pfiy ficinns tire flFrcfjdby Dp Kings jNew Discovery for Oorwsiimpiioh iheIeoilstiandriehandvitalize thin bjoodsjlllheale theJnflttmeddglftil ih throat acidlungs Hard cO51and stub bor rc6iigliK noon yieldtn Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy for all Throat and Lung di senses Gnurenteed bottles 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free at Swann Day Lhr Co store The Populists editors are drop ping into poetry One of them writes The cinch bug eats the farmers grain the bee moth spoils his honey the bed bug fills him full of paint but the hum Jug scoops his money To which a brot her editor adds The light ning bug cant thunder nfuch the big bug has no fame the gold bug has no argument but begets there just the same Points Picked Up By Our Oerambu lator Some of the girls of this town have two faces one for home use and the other to carry out in so cietyThe young man who wants to sell himself for money ought to hunt up some heiress who is will ing to invest in a gold brick There is an old bachelor in this county who has been waiting on the same girl more than twenty years He mustlacka great deal of nerve There is a girl here who has a dead cinch on her fellow She eats onions on the same day he comes to see her It would be hard to heetown greater punishment on some husbands than compel them to spend their evenings at home A girl may pretend to be surprised when site receives a pro posal when she is really wonder Wlitedso1Iona man putto you the silver lining in t every dark cloud in order to spare t 1L I loaningyou TlItl1 WlII to let others lJ nk91ilountry great while lie Y as unconcernI ed asa deh4ght never a dItiv in Monroe t tw belleves in killing two bird pne stone He has becnet rj two girls a I used J PiUg bout times i h rrhere arop Ifthis com inonWealllr whom H Is sible to instructanditjicse whom noth ingwiUstit 1fl hese are the dangerous cia flr take to riot anl relelliou a Rurally ns a duck Takes tower Hold Up Congressmen Atthe Ntidt the campaign wrilgs Mlssouris- JLIb 1n2IJlf1firItrk from overwork hiss of sleep- audoiiiisla ing I bud about utterly colli It seemed that all organs iItmjjody were out of order but the oulcs of Electric Dhtcrmade il right Its the- bes allarouMBpedicine over sold over a ilrugycounter Overworked floj men and weak sickly wnm tI splendid health dndvitglity r Electric Bitters GaurnntccdfbY Uncle Sari reminds us of a new married man walking the floor with his new possessions J e What the Citizens of Clay City Have Done What They Have Got and What They Need In the first place we have about 2000 in hard earned money in the bank to the citys credit and we ought to be deriving some benefit from it It is true we have a good school but that is partly kept up lextra taxation and we get the rest from the gen eral school fund We have po lice protection and this is about all the people are getting Now in regard to what we need Of course our needs are many but we can put up with those we necessarialy need and ought to have In the first place we need our streets and alleys put in good condition we need new gravel or asphalt walks all over town and this ought to be looked after at once In the next place wo need to have all the streets and alleys I that have been fenced up opened I In a great many places in town lour streets have been fenced up- I the citizens have been greatly inconvenienced by them Wo think that it is time the people were taking sonic action in regard I to this matter and see if they canI got some of the benefits which ought to be derived from an in f corporated town and see that I the streets are open nreduox hroniuliekgrhu- tlI I we know that sometimes si lence ceases to be a virtue We trust thattho City Council will I take action at once in regard to I this matter and see that the ma 1 Big Landslide 11n Irices We have a limited stock of each kind of heavy Winter Goods entio ned below which we cannot afford to car ry c pud will not do so 1 1 ens Clothing in suits and Odd Pants Ladles Cape nd Jackets Men and Boys Underwear Ladies and Miases Underwear Ladies Jleavy Dress Skirts lIens romens Boys and Misses Shoes Comforts Blankets and Etc Come early and get first choice You may name the price We wish to inpress on the needs of the public that we stillcnrrya full line of Homemade Collins Also a arnyA to r I GlaiiCity Lumber CoI15555555t5 e joritynot the minorityof our people are henefitted j A CITIZEN AND TAXPAYER ADDITIONAL LOCALS Miss Lizzie Mize is visiting in Winchester Mr Mason of Beattyville is in town to day Quite a lot of tan bark is being sold at this point this Spring A number of prominent people are here to day from Stanton Dr H L Kay is visiting his daughterat Winchester this week Tom Mount of Plumb Lick is the guest of his brother Win Mount Sr I Safe blowers attempted to rob the Deposit Bank at Salt Lick last week They made n failure Drinking is a habit that will grow without cultivation most eloquently A man who has money in the hank is always looked upon with pride fined admiration Your fellow creatures are bound to respect you if you display the capacity for saving money as well as earning it The First Dollar you lay by back ed by the firm determination to add to it regulary is your first step to ward success The first hundred dollars you accumulate hJ economy saving and investment Is Success and a dollar added to your savings tightens your grip on that success Bring usyour first dollar and start a savings account We Pay You 3 Per Cent Compound Interest Clay City National Bank I Clay City Ky rIto ESd10NAL MM A IRVIN M CAlmsIIRCLAY CITY AND B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ICLAY CITY KY Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CITY KY ICLAY l to write for our confidential letter before ap tit mr be worth money We promptly obtain U 8 tad For- eignPATENTS and TRADE MARKSfr return EN YR attorney model sketch and Wlllendan IMMEDIATE JREE report on paten t7 o legal service and adnce and our charges are moderate Try UI- SWIFT dti CO Patent Iawyw Opp US Patent OfflceWashlBfltwi DC o 1 W I THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher o Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday May 22 1002 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and u CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 t Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to announce 3Ir W T ERISaER of Cloy City us n candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the notion of the Democratic part SPOUTSPRING W G Patrick and others went Irvine Monday to attend court Joseph Herndon of Booneville washeietlieearlier part of the week inhere were a number of travel ingsalesmen in the burg Tuesday W J Barnett Asa Burnett and Dr Winburn were in Mt Sterling Monday A Abb ioniof Kiddyilh wis here TheSlay und Vednesduy on business 2J IV near ter was visiting old friends here Saturday and Sunday The new store at this place sans opened for business and is enjoying n good business already Sunday school teachers will be selected for the Sunday school at the Methodist church next Sunday Edgar Witt a nephew of Dr Winhurne of this place left this county Tuesday for Oklahoma to make his future home He is a son of Will Witt of Sand Hill Eld N McIntosh returned Monday from a trip to Booneville He came by Dundee and filled his stand on Saturday and Sunday While atUooncville he bought a fine horse paying for same one hundred lull trs Pastor Ponce filled his stand her Saturday night and Sunday His congregation seems to be increasing The following invitation hUB been received by a number of relatives and friends of the bride in this community Mr and Mrs Geo W Lewis request your presence at the mar rialto of their daughter Besssie Eleanor to Mr Edward Clarke Rupard Tuesday afternoon Maytwenty seventh nineteen hundred and two j fat 1 lCphst three oclock A44 JrhomBon Kentucky Miss Bessie has been on un ex tended visit toColorado and has just returned tome Silo is a beautiful5 W and lovable girl I luivea supply of sweet pota to plants ready for delivery May 10 AIy stock consists of fines + Jierniudas Southern Queen nun Br zil nllgoodkeeperet John W Mize t F FACTS AND OBSERVATIONS On frlpto Texas Uy WI Heflln The bTidge and trestle across the Mississippi Memphis is four miles Each passenger is charged fifty cents to cross the bridge We met Mr K F Miller merchant of Ceciliim Hardin co Ky At Forest City Ark an old man that was drinking got on our train He was peiicable talked freely and told us that a noun could make 1500On one acre of potatoes lIe painted Arkan sas In fine oil colors and would hnve made you believe Arkansas was the garden spot of the world if he could AVe arrived at Little Hock Monday morning at seven oclock and took breakfast there West of Little Hock it isa mountainous river country The Arkansas river is very wide with very low banks and the water Is of a reddish color We saw nn island of several n cres in this river The foliage was in full leaf April 21 We were running paralel with the river when we saw two wild dIre Rt swimnunK TrilIsmile HT rection we were running when some of the boys wanted to try their guns at them Five shots made the water splash around the ducks but safe to say the ducks flew unharmed We pass ed on our left the low Platt top pinnacle mountain Over to our rightwest ofPer ryville when we saw those mountains we were reminded of Powell near Nat ural Bridge as they resemble them very much On these mountains we couldsee dog woods in bloom The country from Little Hock to South Me Alister 11 is a poor mountainous country with low scrubby timber We saw many mounds Surely the work of the mound builders Wo saw some very large ant hills The Country from South MeAIister to Dallas is a great deal better than that from Little Hock to McAlfeter We saw in the Indian Territory several living in tents hind their families and looked to be fixed up for business We crossed lied river IntoTexas The water in the river was very red The soil on the river is of a red keeland this Is the cause of the water boing red and from the Color of the water the river derives its name Dark overtook us and we were until 8 oclock Tuesday morning before we reached Dallas At Greenville Texas we took on fifty State guards The guards said they were out very anxious to visit the He union but were called for quad had to go Tuesday morning we saw the guards with guns and etc marching to the fairgrounds t1estayednenrljall- day in Dallas Here wo stet Mr W IJ Httscom of McCornolid Tenn We visited the city park and saw moray nice lowers in bloom It was said there were 2500 0 people in Dulles Dont know whethrrthis es timate is correct or not but there were some people there anyway At 130 p in we took a north bound train for McKinney Texas a distance of 33 miles This was as ilne country as my eyes ever beheldiVo soon arrived at McKinney We hurried up to Mr Willmeths meat store where we tot fc a cab out to his hone and stayed till next day These good folks made us feel very much like we wcnjUif home They hind two sweet cldklrtiiirrJohn and Noval The latter nained was the little girl which looked very much like our little Blanche who died Next week will give something about the ClOpS timber value of lands rents and etc tOSTISUKI XEXT WEEK A Good Family The religious editor of theStan ford Interior Journal vouchsafes the following information There are seventeen preachers in Ken tuck named Godbey and none of them are more distantly related than third cousins Rev L J Qodboy of Middleburg tells us Fifteen of them are Methodists yhile two of them expound the Baptist doctrine A man who I fins heard some eight or ten of uhem preach says they are all i i good speakers and excellent pas tors The Chesapeake and Ohio railway is rapidly pushing the work on the extension of the Big Sun dy branch from WliteIiotisexin Johnson county by way of Paintsville irestonsburg and Pikeville and through TJio Breaks into Virginiasii i I 1 0 rCjTin TniKH for the news 1 r There is there Catarrh in this sec tion of the count than all other diseases put together and until the last few years jvafsiipposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors proluluuLe tn local disease and prescribed joCVl remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment onounced it incurable Sciences proven catarrh to be u constituti al disease and therefore rqui onstitutionlll treatment Hul BCatarrh Cure manufactured h J Cheney Co ToledoBio is the only constitutional cuwpn the niraket It is token intern y in doses from 10 drops to u to onful It acts directlyon the dand mucous surface of th m Theyoffer one hundre 9 for any case it fnilsio ur forcircularsand testimonial Address I Cheney iv Co Toledo O Sj y Druggists 75 Hulls Family ills are the best 0 Many a is due everything to his pluck 11Sttccss nearly Send 12c in stumps and net full trial treatment ofMVilsons Morphine Cure Corp WiUdn Culvert Texr1VAXTEUSeveriil of charac ter and good reputation in mesa state one in this cOlu required to repre sent old ei tablshed wealthy business house of solid financial standing Sala ry 18 00 weekly with expenses addi tional all paynblointtnsh each Vednes day direct from hendolllces Horse and carriages furnishediwlien necessary References Enclose pelfaddressed tltal111rllenvelcle1hlll lglr 3111 CI1X ton Building Chicago For 30o in stauifs will nitiil afulf trial of WilsonslTobacco Cure Never fuils 1t Ctlip tall dolt Calviit Tex J Consumptii Lined fKJ Filipino MethodI i a- i A soldier who pnenttun years in the IhilljijHius dlt vIfdunl brought home n certaincuri for Cousuinption olldiAJ flung coup plaints Rarticulifrs aahl prlif free from i CORPAAllimQN Cart Tex no IV1ACHI SHOP ALL K OF MachinerySjepaireclW Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 f 8 and 12 horsepower Ijie lest known iowprlfor farrnfifH npd otherstpratedlsdrlven L T liJIiGANflWINCRESTJa lt i I t IiKflledWlthHenry Stone shot and instantly killed Linvllle Bradley about nine milles from Hindrnan Ky Bradley owed Stone 1 50 who called on him for his paywhets Bradley drew his pistol and nttenip ed to shoot Stone Stone clinched Bradley and took his pistol from him add as soon as Stone succeed ed inTsecufins the plutol he shut Brndloywith it lie only lived n few minutes They were both boys about eighteen years of age Stune was arrested and is now in jail pending an exam iiitionIneksnn hustlerC IClay City Ky May 22 HI02 f re state that the talk that tens that I humid reflect irtnilnfjrji18 character of my neighborhood emphatically deny everhaving such talk- I went to the same schoolshe did and I never knew her to do anything that would be unbecom ing to any lady SIJION WILLS The wife of n farmernear tojvn had a liniment that she used for everything The other night she was sick and her husband got up in the dark got the liniment aud rubbed it over her body She was given instant relief The not morning it was discovered that ho had gotten a bottle of blueing in stead of the liniment i The man who errs to ilensea fool is It fool himself 4 nouncesto time public that he is ttc hie to heat his gallery in Clay City mind will be glad to see any otc wanting photograph I huts not I been nt the gallery regular for three months hut the warm weather ha drawnthr rheumatism Tiway for fr time Come and hiivuyntir picture made I will do you good lione l work and my prices are as low n- Jcnn be quality of work confideretU Special nttention will he given to all pictures left in my care to be copies und otICiJ The Whitest White Cake lThe Lights Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Art ludoYh4u Zun Twe Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN RUT VERSAILLES KY Sulif Ijy our Leading Mt nhants il4 I e i 11b d j 1 WMa1ufacture f 3 t0 Y Sash Doors Blinds and all Kinds of Building Material and Shop work w rndaeUat Lowest Market Prior Sand for EJtlmatJ3 JiRGbhNbvWinchester Ky IfyI Or B LttlelJagc lt 1 SOD Dealers In f Pure Drugs Patent IVledicjnes Oil Paints and Etc Prescription oarpfidly compounded anal ifWl have not got whit you whnt will get It for you on short notice AREYOU DEAF jr ANY HEAD NOISES I ALL CASES OF HEARINGAREby our new invention Only those born deaf are incurable 1 HEAD IMMEDIATELYF W fBALTIMORE Md March jo toot T roilamy About hearing five In tTU Mrafmieyhtr began t sing and this kept on getting wore until X Ult jI underwent a pr for three month vtonlyI foreverIthen J er and ordered yourtreat andtodayheart I y andbeg to remain Very troty yours t MdOitr fadviceJMTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE CHICAIO ILL s tt o THE TIMES 1rAN ALL HOMEMADE 1 A KR THURSDAY MAY 22 1902 n no LOCAL BREVITIES Win Mount Jr was in Mt Sterling Momlny on business J Mrs Cox of Owcnton is visit I ing her son Cashier J F Cox K J Daniel bought 50 head of sheep at Mt Sterling Monday Strawberry suppers are in sea son We have had one dish this farMiss Mavme Groves returned from college at Lexington Tues dn e yJ M Ynughnof Irvine was the guest of John W Henry last week Frank Daniel visited relatives net Irvine the latter part of the weekMr and Mrs W H Eaton of Cincinnati 0 are visiting reIn tires here Miss Maynie Judy visited her father 11 H Judy at Dundee this week Win Snowden Jr who has been down for some time is now improving The Teachers meeting will be held ntIiev H A Irvins tomor row night IrofW R Eubank of Win Chester was in Clay City Monday ill business 1Severnl from this place at fII tended the street fair at Winchester this week l1i8sntherineTrnc of Stan ton was the guest of Mrs J G Easter Tuesday night J B Wills and family left this morning for Indiana where they will reside in the future Robert Adams of Madison county visited his son Judge Adams Friday and Saturday Mrs Mattie Blanton and Miss Liza Harris of near Spoutspriii were shopping in town yesterday W A Hoskins visited his f brother John Hoskins near Mt Sterling the latter part of the week I It is a notable fact that birds of most kinds are more plentiful this Spring than they have heed the past fewyears- School will be out tomorrow and the children will be taken to the large park of F B Russell j for an outinr Cole Mahone formerly of this county and Miss Lizzie Lisle of Qlark county were married in lexington Saturday The L K has changed the time table this week and our readers had better consult their table whichappears in this issue before they start on a trip Mr Mrs Win Mounts Sr Mr and Mrs JohnW HisleSr of Richmond and C 0 Daniel Sr visited the familyof John Riley at the old McKinnoy home stead on Harclwicks creek Sun lily Mrs Edwin Rose while on a visit to Mrs Noah Rose Tuesday1 was taken violqntly illjvith heart trouble and fora while life seem r L ed almost gone She is much treturtoThe Childrens Day exercise at the Methodist church Sunda night were largely attended and the children under the instruction of Miss Adaline Peep es gave a most creditable and profitable entertainment The dry weather which was becoming so keenly felt in this section was broken Tuesday lifter noon by a heavy rain Thin rive made a sudden and considcrabl rise from the ellects of the rnin early yesterday morning The Mot Common Ailment More people stiffer from rheum tism than from any other aliment this is wholly unnecessary tooforu cure may be effected at a very said cost G W Wescott of Men dowdale N Y says t I hay been alTlicted with rheumatism fo some time and it hits caused me mmh suffering I concluded to tr Chamberlains Pnln Halm and um pleased to say that it tins cured me For sale by all dealers in paten medicine D R Daniel has bought of J B Eaton all the land lying dowi the river on the right hand side of the road and running with the old county road at 25 an acre Mr Durrett White has been sur veying the tract this week A number of boys of a mixer gang engaged in a crap game Sat unlay night They were arraign en in the Police court yesterda fluid Judge Webb gaveeach ofthen 25 and the cost in the way of nI fine and the hays must yank up the cash or go to jail Eciatio Bhcaumatiim cured Alter Fourtee Yean of Suffering I have been alllieted with sciu tic rheumatism for fourteen yearn1 says Josh Edger of Germantown Cul I was able to l e around bUl constantly tftilFered I tried ev ry thing I could henr of und nt last Will told to try ClmuilierlainsPainlJidni which I did und was immediately relieved null in a short time cured nndIam happy to say it has no since returned 11hynot use thitl liniment and get well It is for soli- by till dealers in patent medicine Much complaint is registers gainst the meat trust butifeverj town was like Clay City it would soon go to pieces so far as beef is concerned There has boon none sold or bought in this town for two weeks and we are informed thai none will be brought on till the price goes down If tiny out through the country has any liitcher stuff they could find read j sale for it in Clay City just now Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience vith this disease tells how to pre rent any dangerous consequence from styShe says Our three dill Irtn took whooping cough last summer our baby boy being only tree months old and owing to our jiving theta Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would cull mistily for cough syrup between vhoop8JePslePinkeyHalllS rinir nlle Ala This Remedy is for sain jy all dealers in patent medicine L T Hagan of Winchester vas here Monday and Tuesday in the interest of The splendid lagan Gas and Gasoline engine rhe Company is thinking of put tingJn several of these engines ip the road for hosting purposes 1 r- I i1he + llstationed on the top of moiintaJM where water is Very scarce ngau engine is n 1 that they need A Sutiilnyschool convention composedof the representative of the churches ofBoone Creek Association will he held with the BSptist church at Beat tyville Juno 2829 PowellsY ley and Filson art members of is association Quarte Conference The third uarterly Conference of the y City mission will bo leenI t lardwicks Creel May 21 at lOfJO a m Preaching Saturday ight and Sunday morutng fold lug Rev M W liner of Ja lson will preside 1 1 are cordial invited t H PENCE P7C No t Time I have sold amberlains Gdlc Cholera and Jjftirrhoea Remedy fin years and wotfflSjiave rather lie on of coffee andsugar than it I sold five bottles of yesterday to thresh ers that couluB no farther and they areat W gain thi morning lI nt s Plymouth Ok luliomn Asjdll be seen by above the threshers were able to keep or with their work without losinga single days days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale byall dealer in patent medicine Revival at Panola Elder JM Rash of Winchester passed through this city Tiies lay on hisvuv home He has beeir tondilcting a meeting at anola fqrtlio past ten days du ring whiclrtimehehad sixtyfour ulditionsjtq the church He also preacheU in Estill county two nights wliere he had nine additions At he earnest solicitation jf the petyof Panola he will return in June for the purpose of Hganbing a church atthatpoint Richmond Register WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER PAYING FOR IT In a recent u rtiol u prominent physician says It Is next to inn possible for the physician to get his latliiits tu curry out any prescribed ouree cf hygpnfc of diit to the nudleet extent he hits one resort eft namely the drug treatment tVlicn medicine ate used for chronic constipation themost mild and gentle obtainable such as Chamber ainc Stomach Liver Tablets liquid be employed Their use is not followed constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy con For sale byull lealears in Ient medicine John 0 Wood of Mt Sterling Republican member of the Rail oad Commission from this dis trictjhas n Uiimitiftn1 n a It candidate for re etiou Few pcopj tside of Mt Ster fag are u Hrethat in the past month we Ifrre had acaseofsmall pox in oneljf our best families rho town papers did not nentiOl the circumstance because they felt that there was no occasion for ilarm and had perfect confidence ill the ability of the physician and the Board of Health to prevent a pread of the disease As a result neoplehave gone about theirbusi ness there has been no excite nent except when the case was irst discovered the quarntine has teen Ijfted and everything is ovely Thero is not a case of imallpox within the city limits aid so fur as Ire advised none in the countyMt Sterli- nginzetter Some lll he flattered by one thdsonle by moth jrbut all caii qjlatterd i 1 V- 4 Follow the Procession To rIIG New York Racket Store KEPT BY AtBt BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KYM Vhinjlaitirt rlTe lieTiilrfiiiiTtCTS forall ki 1Il1sohuerh un1 i earthF owest Cash Prices that FirstClass goods can bo sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 220 Pearlf1 240 Superfinet 200 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth ing we defy all competition We buy our goods driect front New York mnke the prices right plod you top prices for all kinds of produce pay Cash for Railroad Ties So call and see how much money is saved in leafing with us Your AI E1 BARNETT iii SON VV T WEBBL Has opened a FirtClas Jewelry store in his new building and invites tile public to call on him when in need of Watches Jewelry Spectacles and Etc Eyes Tested aid Glasses Accurately Fitted Subscribe for THE TIMES I M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER OLAY CITY KY Custom work six says in the week Fresh Orouni Nolle Meal always on hanJ Grinds for oue sixth t le1 Notice I wish to Veil my Dwelling aunt Store louse containing U well se lected stock of goods with a nice trade done built Situated on Dh+ in Street One of the most desirable stands in Clay City Ky Terms easy For further particulars up ply to J W Tiptop 1 Old ueuv papers for sale at this Inca h Sold by all Newsdealers FurnUh Monthly toalllovers of Wualc a vast volume o Nw Choice Copyrlaht Composition by the moit popular 64 Pages or Piano musIc to Songs Illnrumeat 21 Complete Pieces tot Piano and 22 PtftM of Musical Literature Once a Month for 25 Cents Yearly Subscription 200 Six Months 100 Inoneyearyon get nearlf 800 Prgel of Music comprtslag 253 Complete Pieces for the 11U10- If bought la anymusla store at one halt oft would con K300 H you will send U the name- and ddllu of Five performer ontis Plano orOrgan we will send rouamplec pr Frs J W PEPPER Publisher Ilfhth A LecuatSU Philadelphia P I THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiERsrooj Pros Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 JO- e solicit the accounts of individ ants firms and corporations 642 I Courierjournal III ZTIIVGIiSA 1 u f 4fMESA yEARu The TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL is tho best paper published in the United States for Democrats nnd nil renders It is the cqiinl of many henryllnttersonEditor The Wednesday issue Is devoted to News Mntters the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Speciai ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES And th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalBoth for Only One DollarTh- isis for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion otter must be sent through this office One of the trials of telephone subscribers says the New York Post has always been the fear that some one along the line may be listening to private business Several times have subscribers along party line known that lis tening was common on the part of one or more of those who help ed to pay for the use of the line and once or twice the culprit has been caught and punished It is hard however to get evidence against an eavesdropper so list eners at the telephone generally go scot free There are several ways of detecting the culprits but none is sure One is to no tica when the voice of the speak er becomes faint and such occa sions is almost always due to a listener cutting in It is goner ally wise to remark at that point Some one is listening and the annoyance ceases although one woman was told on such an occasion by the listener that she was not doing any such thing A device the object of which is to indicate to the subscriber wheth er or not the centralstation operator is listening has been tried withsuccess on the telephone ex change Would Buy Their Freedom Whenasked whether there was any truth in the published stale ment that he had offered to pay 20000000 for file Philippine Islands provided he was authoriz ed to announce to the Filipinos that their independencowould bo acknowledged ultimately by the United States Andrew Carnegie laconically replied Yes and I mean it Someearsago said apreach er we inaugurated in our Sun dayschool the practice of our children quoting some scriptural text as they dropped their pennies Into the contribution box On the first Sunday in question a little shaver walked up and said The Lord loveth a cheerful giv er and in dropped his penny Charity shall cover a multitude of sins and in the next It is more blessed to give than to re ceive quoted the third and so on Just then up walked a little fellow with theunmistakablerem nnnls of molasses caudon his clubby face and as ho dropped his cent he bawled out A fool and his money are soon parted Mill There was a large crowd at the Christian Church Sunday A PrBiTslrmid MorganrMcKin ney attended Mt Sterling Court Monday John Ilisle and wife of Rich mond are visiting relatives at this place W T Stringer Son and Chas Hiley are painting Jeff McKin neys new house Mrs Robert Henry spent Sat urday and Sunday nights with Mrs Morgan McKinney Mrs Maggie Bush is visiting her laughter Mrs Lena Qravett in Clark county this week Morgan McKinncy sold one mule to George Gravett of nenr Winchester for 120 He bought two other mules for 215 Miss Mattie and Jeff McKinney Misses Cattie and Annie Gravett Ray Burgher and Tom White and Lemon Henry spent Sunday at A P Bushs Several from thisplace attorid ed the Childrens Day entertain ment at Clay City Sunday night Jeff McKinney had quite a wag on load There were seventeen in one wagon and some were on horse hack Eight killed and six wounded and an entire block of buildings were burned as the result of a des perate conflict in a suburb at Atlanta between the police and blacks The trouble 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Northcentrtil Kentucky Seventh Congressional fiR trice including the pimhipe of site construction of buildings and ponds and etc at a point to be selected by the 0 iiinisioner of fish and fisheries After July 1 the only kind of pistol that can be sold lawfully ill ttle State of South Carolina will he twentytwo 5 nrhis long and weighing not less than three pounds A cnlloifd hrotlx r unp fX niim iU J In plHfUfliii his fllrkRqd tlt- tlr vividly ctINihiligIiIiihhnc of the itnnmvUruoiifluded the servi e with the Mlouhm Hreithcrn 1 lm IInIH1o Hf how ft is hell mid I irnnlJiiAMlnir yittt tuIall dot utJ io tit TiVrkStiit nndoiltii fojil illlnnttltllntuill plhd njit sill Ilin Illtip nnjl p iircilui dullllI ell II in ili world alit sit not fire ntH den tnke n iniiiuiui of hell and ilnt alma into dtit burning IIIMPHI 1dtsIhnty n Y t The Paiiitsville Commercial an nounces I G Rice as a candi date for Congress from this the Tenth district subject to the act Lion of the Republican party In 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