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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 r s it r 4R ice i 9I x- L e 4 II I 7 THE CLAY CITY TIMESI 1 50 Cents aTear nAdvnnc We are here to help Clay CilyMeSurroanJing Country ani Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher VOTJ 7 CLAY CITY Kr DHUiSDAY MAY 29 1802 NO 22 A Big Reduction on Ladies Misses and Childrens Capes Jackets and Furs We have on hand nstock of above goods which We arc closing out m 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 whioh we will sell At Cost to close the lot also n few pnir of Heavy Boots for Men and Boys on the same terms Dont forget the place SMmfessel Waldron Ky Northern Incorporates The Kentucky Northern Rail way which is to operate in Es till and Lee counties and will con nect with the Louisville and At r lantic Railroad has filed articles of ihco IOlltidm It is wned by t Miclngrui synjaicate wlucli pro jw 5es Jo developsiGerillJio sand f cr sbfcoaTlaind8 bjnughKa tell rlyearsjago throilitick Attorney 1 + Lmiera J v 1 = Stand Like a Stone Will Between your children and the tortures of itching and burning ec zema EbaldheuiTor other skins di ucklensgreatest hcalrc Quickest cure for Ulcers Fever sores Salt Rheum CutsJJurns or Bruises Infallible for Piles 25c at Clay City Lbr fe Stave Co- Senator I Platt of N Y has in troduced a bill that wilLnot please milkers of shoddy goods It prop vides that all manufactures and dealers in imitation woolen goods shall be required to take a U S license and that all such goods shall be subject to Federal inspec tion and taxation What Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of 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 improve appetite make healthy flesh Only25c at Clay City Lbr ds Stave Co Speaker Henderson did not voice only his own opiniqn when lie told the President that he did not believoCongrcss would ad journ before the first of August It has been becoming plainer for sometime that Congress was in for tit seigo that would last well into dog nysnnd now hardly any Senator or Representative is trying to fool himself by figuring on adjournment earlierthan July There is still much work ahead of the mustbedono order Then Pillipino bill will not be out of the way in the Senate until the first week in June Then the Nicaragua Canal bill will bo tak en upthat iifnow certain The 0 r u most sanguine do not calculate that the canal bill can be disposed of in less than two weeks Dud it is much more likely to require four That will bring the date in the neighborhood of the Fourth of July and then the Cuban rep Wkel1Jthalldho c of tjj1tJende efIqi1oohWho oppose it to get in line flaveals A Great Secret It is often asked how such start ling curls that puzzle the best phy sicians nre effected by Dr Kings New Discovery for Co nsu nipt ion Heres the secret It cuts out the phlegm and germinfected mucous und let the lifegiving oxygen en rich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed coughworn throat und lungs Hard colds lord stub born coughs oon yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy for all Throat and Lung di I scares GUirenteetl bottle SOcand 8100 Trial bottle free at SWllnllI Day Lbr Co store Gov Beckham has offered rewards of 300 each for the arrest of Frank Cecil tind Zach Steele the Bell county fugitives accused of complicity in the assination of Gov William Goebel This is a peaceful nation If you doubt it look at our 100000 000 army appropriation and ourI 8145000000 pension ditto TheI most warlike nation in Europe doesnt spend that much a year for military purposes The Methodist General Confer ence at Dallas Texas decided that church members ShOUldnot attend circuses The good Methodist brother can no longer go to see the monkey even tho 1oI just goes to take the children If Frederick the Great could beI heard from lie would doubtless thank the President for deciding to place his statuo in such conge mill surroundings as the vicinity of a war college War was thQ old mans specinL II Iii tho downtotheniinuto dictionary Morganifee means to gobble up everything insight BIzSSaW Mill Sold The MagojTFnwke Lumber Comprtnys filfiint located at Irvine lias beeSisold under a judo ment of tli till Circuit Court The Bank bf Montreal Canada was the inifclfiiser und the price was fO OOQ4The property includes ii SIfle did band saw mill- with II capuiiof 50000 feet booms and yards and about 00 000 poplar andjpak trecsiii Perms and Breat Ii counties LenveitjiSBuKs alone Mr W KCaldwell tells us that nil tliiawnrry and breaking of hacks ovejfflbtnto hugs is non sense undliifttthe best crop he has seen in tlf last three or four years UallltlIfave a leaf on the vines Hdtplants his crop plows it once ami turns it over to the tender mercypxf the elements and hugs and rids premium pot a toesIlnrrflfilrgIItuId Holds up A Congressman IAttheend 1 the cnmpllign- write9 Champ Clurk luIrstiIrls brilliant conre smnn Ifrom overwork nervott nslon loss of sleep and constantsp I1king I had about utterly collate It seemed that all organs inmj Uuly were out of order but tlirejL bottles of Electric liUtters mudeim all Its the best ullitroiindjiiicdiclne ever sold g s counter Over ttiQrkedr tann then and weak flU U IIU splendid health niiilItlliilltylrl tihlecl rlc littter Try them 0 y jOe Gaurantted ly Cluy City LbtC Stave Co Never do a tl without first t studying cllrcftillwlmt ou are about todo IfI I In Oil Struck on The West Farm There is much excitement on Hog Creek about five miles from Clay City over the oil strike on the farm of Mrs West The Mt Sterling Oil and Gas Company started a well on this farm about two weeks butago was delayed for a few lays on account of cas ing Last Wednesday at a depth- of about 250 feet oibearingsnn- dwnsstrilekThelrill penetrated four feet in the sand and struck a nice flow of oil when the bits broke Drilling was resumed on that has been struck in this vicinity I1ndall a consequence stocks in the various companies and lands in the new territory are increasing MrL J Craig who is managing the companys interests in this section and who developed ute Ragland field says the saiid oil the West farm in the richest he ever saw This territory lies about twentyfive miles from the Ragland field in a westerly direction The soil is of the sane quality as in the Bath coun ty field but the sands and shales arc pronounced richer and more productive All the lauds sug rounding this field of undevelop ed territory hove been leaned and this find will put the South Bond Oil and Gas Company in the field withinachinery as soon a urlti 4 The valuation of the CtC 0 railroad in thisState as fixed by the State Bund of Assessment and valuation is 10000000 an increase of f00000 k Clay Cit K Fe U 8 l 32 Big Landslide Prices weIllhrought r We hove a limited stock of each kind of heavy Winter loods nientioncd below which we cannot nllord to car ry overond will not do so Men H Clothing in suits and Odd Pants Ladles Cnpcsiitndnekets Men and Hoys Underwear Ladies and Misses Underwear Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts MenaAVomens Boys and Misses Shoes Comforts Blankets and Etc Come early and get first choice You may name the price We wi h to ingress on the needs of the pubHo that we Iistill carry a full line of Homemade Collins Also a nice llngof Caskets in both white and black also any thing you may need in Mens and Womens Robes Ie l 3reStaveGo CLAY CITY KYfRy3Y 4 t 1- f q f- z County SundaySchool Convention at Argyle June 3 and q PROGRAM FIRST SESSION TUESDAY AKTEKNOOJ OODeotional Service Rev lI M HOUXDTKKE 2 20 Exempment for Service IrinlaryrWorkers a BOHoundTahleTheWorkofCoul1t fillf Adjournment SECOND SESSION TUESDAY NIGHT OODevotional Service KKV Err WESL- EYSliiAddress HEy It A Rate- S IIMusic- 8115Some Facts and Figures REv It li NEAL TNIHD SESSION WEDXES MOVSKn O IliDevotto11nl Service JO 00 Iteport of County and District Office- rsI080OurCiuildren forChris- tBEV11I IBXCK J050 Paper on Home Depart 1105SunhlySchool Work KEV K B NEA- L1l0Appointnurit of Commit tees EID E W MAIICUM I00Noon Intermission KOUTITH SESSION WED AFTKKXOOX- J 111Smog and Prayer Service 1 JO Discussion SundaySchool tilor- k200Stato Work Offering REV It B NEA- rr280The Normal Class a Ne cessity 2 lirlwo Minutes Report from Schools 815Ann School Teach ersj Lilvrnrv Ares UsinKOur On Cuba pulled the inauguration of its independcceascre1itfblyrs could have been expected Pools are not yet being sold on the time that will elapse before there is a revolution but The President minute a bullseye when he said that no provoca tion however great can be acv cepted as an excuse for misuse of the necessary severity of war and the sentiment bOles no good to soldiers found guilty Love subdues everything ex cept a swelled head No more relief needed was the hood news cabled from Martinique several days ago but tho worlds contributions of supplies now on the wnywill be poured into the island for several weeks IMIOPKSSIOXAT GAUDS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY to write for our confidential letter before app- lYing for patent I It worth we promptly U Sand For- eignPATENTS and TRADE MARKS or return EN attorney II nd model eke ih IMMEDIATEFRthe our charges are moderate Try WI i i COJPatont Opp US Patent OfllceWashlngton DC L M 1 H 1 THE TIMES rUllLISIIEU EVERY T1IU11SDAY J E Uunjhcr Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secomlcliiss innil mutter Thursday llay3t 11102 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub sribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and Courier Journitl 1100 I Cincinnati inquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 J HomeandFarmfi ANNOUNCEMENTS CIKCLIT CIKItK- Vo lire authorized to nnnotinco Mr W T SRIXOKR of Cloy City MS n candidate for the ofllw of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the art Ion of the Democratic part- ySPOUTSPRINO B S Burgher and Benny Me Kinney were in Winchester Court day on business Misses Nannie Christopher mid Bessie Barnett visited at Bowen Saturday and Sunday Moses and Shelt MoKinncy at tended the RupardIewis wed ding at Thomson Tuesday Thomas McKinney is painting his new residence Young Ma rion is wielding the brush Elder Albert Easter will preach at the school house at this place Sunday night Services earl- yEldN McIntosh wont over to Jane Creek Saturday and preach ed there on both Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs Austin Lowry of Ruckerville visited the hitters father W J Christopher Saturday and Sunday Miss Lilla Christopher little daughter of H F Christopher who has been so dangerously sick is now recovering Business continues to grow in this town and ere long Spout spring will have regained her prestridge in the commercial world Mrs Strange wife of John W Strange diedat the home of her Sun Dave Coulter Saturday niuht Burial Sunday afternoon at the Chapel She was fonrerly the wife of G W Coulter who died four years ago Died on the 10th lust at her home in this county near Iron Mound of1 consumption Miss Luna Stephens daughter of Jar- S Stephens aged 18 years Bu rial at the family grave yard Funeral services by Elder Win JJupard I have a supply of sweet Iota to plants ready for deli very May 10 My stock consists of Pink Bermudas Southern Queen and Brazil all good keepers John W Mize Mrs Snrilda J Abney who ncilhlJorWO11for circle of friend here who join in j grief withthe mniloverherder mise Attorney Clifton J Pratt has informed Gov Beck ham that le will not appear for o i the Commonwealth in the Howard case and has requested him to designate some one elsetomnko the argument FACTS AND OBSERVATIONS On a Trlpto Texas By W B llcflln The Hnine evening April 22 that uo arrivednt Mr Keels Wlltnetlid Mr J Leelnnd Frankllii culled onus He Wilt 1lIitLlIII thix country was kinfolks to my wife also a nephew of John W Willianis and MIl wiu of this coon ty Was very glad to make his acquaintance Inc very generously uttered us IIIH horse and carriage to drive over the country The latter we accepted driving Mr Vilmcth8 pony for which they had our heartfelt thanks On the morning of April SKJ we start ed out going north east of McKinney 3 12 miles to Uncle 1 S M Brocks This wai a a nice country and on our way out we sun such beautiful dwell ingsand till nicest flowers in full bloom was Indeed lovely to look at Onehalf flowersOowheat that we ever saw Just as thick nvit coiildstifwnniil wiTsiregTimTiig to head Wheat yields from t0 tciiO bushels per new A little further on Mr Hall had in a patch of 40 acres in onions They were drilled in rows about 812 feet wide Wilt about four inches high Mr Ilull owns a large farm tend has live daughters all of whom were out In the Held hoeing onions when we passed Just think of forty acres of onions rais ed by one tutu We saw several more crops of onions hut this was the larg est one that we saw These onions will yield about 10 to 1W bushels to the acre mind will bring from forty to fifty cents per bushel They will make three piillings J nter on we saw some 40 or 50nere fields of cure which was boot top high mind liokcd as black and thrif ty as could be Was the sane mill over the field there lieing no poor spots Corn makes front 40 to tiO bushels to the acre To our right we saw a field of red oats the lIt we cver saw They were about live Incites high They tim four bushels to the here and reap from IJI to 40 They have a reddish cast timid look like our outs when they take the rust Cotton fields mare numerous as nearly every man raises it It was coming up timid n minded us of morning glories lias two leaves when It first comes up Cotton yields from 12 to ICbale to the acre which sells from 25 to flU a bale Cotton requires two plowings and lunings When ready to pick every one tutu woman and children pick cotton It Is picked in sacks about eight oaten feet long Bud Is taken to the cotton gin which looks like the old wheat fan The gin charges onesixteenth cotton and seed fur toll The seed is very fine feed to fatten cut tie but when fed on cotton seed the owner hits to be very careful when he 1II11Jrkltthey go an blind as bats mud even get down on the road but generally they soon get over tiat 11 light At McKinney they have two cottonseed oil trills where they makH cotton seed oil mind lard 1 expect we had arrived at Uncles before this time They were looking for us is the son Henry lnd called the evening before nod we had told him that were coming The fatuity consist id of hither mother tote single dough ter stud Henry a married SMI who lived with the old fo klit home All seem I til glad to see us UncleT S MUrock andAiintCatherine were 1lIillIJIIlrllldI and lived in this eoullla years Wont undertake tell what mill we talked about but will just soy we left nothing unturned The old folks look a little old but are in good health tune Catherine It 07 years old IIlItlitij cutting her third set of teeth sew ones now They wn a Very lIicI good little farm of U I acres Has an j orvhatd of itfO peach tces and all full of peaches as large as guinea eggs AII pie trees dont grow to do any good at till in the black livid of Texas Mr leery White tfJohns Tennwii8st y lug at Uncles mil ho very nicely en tei tallied us with music He wjis a natural musician Never saw any kh d of nnihical instrument that hecould nut lily I promised to say somr thing ai ut crops jent and etc Irish p tntoes mire very largely cultivated Saw many acrej ell looking well Land rents lor onetlthdntltnecltfue undptisturolurtwo horses and cows 4i40IItroNTIMJUl NEXT WKKK W There is inure Catarrh in this sec tion of the eotintrylhan all other diseases put together and until the last few yeurp wins supposed to be incurable Fir II great many ears doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed lcal remedies and by constantly fatliogto cure with local treatment pronounced it in curable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured byF J Cheney Co 1oledo1bh10 is the only constitutional cure on tile mrakct It is taken internally in doses from 10 dropMo a teaspoonful It nets directly on tile blood ami mucous surface of the syptejn They offer one hundred dollars for nay case it fails to cure Send for circulars aid testimonials Address F1 Cheney Co Toledo 0 oIddyJJlggbb + 75 UIIIIII Family Pills are the lnM Adieus spejik louder thou netlusnmtllytive titan either iif them Send J2c in stumps and get full trial4treatment of Wilson1 Morphine Cure Corp Wiloii Cul vest Tex s + WAXTBD Several persons of charac ter and good reputation in each state one in this county required to represent old established wealthy business house of solid liiiiiiiclnl standing Salary t18 00 weekly with expenses additional nil payable In cash each Wednes diyr direct fruit head offices Horse stud carriages furnished when necessary Keferenees Enclose selfaddressed stamped efTvelupej Manager 310 Cax ton Huilding Chicago her IJOi in Manljis will until u limit truth of Wilson i Tobacco Cure Never foils MletoCoip Wil son Culvert IVxr i Consumption Cured theFilipino A soldier who fifenf two year in or the 1liilippiiies dietvereilnail brought limne II certain curt furIT Consumption ami rall lung cwt plaint Imlictihirs stud jirnof frets fro- ntCORP j WiLSON Calvert Tex jJn 0 MACH INE SHOP fill KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep if Stock I Steam Fittings Belting i Hose and Electrical WE ALSO SuppliesI Gasoline Engines In l T 8011112 horse Bower Time lust kIlUIIJIrrforfnmeii ntid OtllCITB i prfgtedisj I LT CHAHAGAN i WINCHESTER i BY J If Oie of the chief drawbacks to our American homes is that par cuts catit keep apace with their children By the time a boy or girl reaches the age of sixteen the old folks are not in it j they are hack nuinhers and behind time times The young lady dislikes to appear on the streets with her old fashioned mother and the old man why it wouldnt do at all for parlor we need is a store frequent application ofIt shinglo to these young people to keep them from growing out qf their parents enc I tjome one raps the candidate as follows says the Albany Ledger He kissed the babe and combed the heaths of Sam and Sue and I swore the twins M ere beauties and I islfeilliejhadbut that does not count He asked about the corn bread which he vainly tried to chew and forthwith tasked for theI receipt and of course that ed abut that does not count free But just before he loft lie stopped and winked closed up his jaw and slipped out behind the barn and took a drink with Paniu1 that is what counts I Articles of incorporation have been Hied at Frankfort by the Kentucky and Tennessee Railroad Company which will build and operate a road from Stearns in Whitley county to the State line a distance of eighteen miles +1 W Henry rcnptctfully an nounces to the public that he Is able to beat his gallery in Clny City uniKwill lie ghid to see any ono wanting plicitogRiphs I haw unit been at the gallery rrgulnr for three months but tin vaunt weather uses drawn the rlieiiniiitUiu away for a time nmenndlutveynurptcttires elude I will do you good luuicsi workf iindniypricefriireicF lowns cnn lie quality of work considered Special nttentloii will lit given to all pictures left in my cnre to he copiednail enlarged Come at once 1 1V IlKKiir The Whitest White Cake I The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are tialletib4lI k srtTit Pearl and Bakers FlourwTake nq Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KY Soul by our Leading Merchants fil wYES r We Manufacture 1 Sash Doors Blinds and alliKindsiO f 1 Building Material and Shop work and sell at Lowest Market Price Sand for Estimates RB6AN=BMFG Go Winchester Ky f ir It Littlepage I Son Dealers l n Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Oil Paints and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded anal if weluvo must got what you want will get it for you on short notice ARE YOU DEAF ANY HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING CURABLEbyHEAD IMMEDIATELYFBALTIMORE Md March 30 loot TonaIIatmynumberwouldtbenI then saw your advertIsement accldenlally n New York and ordered n Jtodayheartily and beg to remain Very truly YOllnloI 7308 Broadway Baltimore lid joccupationttzaminalionadvice costn INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 696 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL jo f I t yF r I Y rr jv C V THE TIMES 6 = p AN ALL HOMEMADE 1 Ann THURSDAY MAY 29 1902 c LOCAL BREVITIES Bill Shimfessel of Torrent was in town yesterday Some of our citizens report frost early yesterday morning D B Mountz and family are visiting relatives at Winchester Henry Parker who formerly lived in this city is here on a vis it Hood Giirtisand wife o Ruck crville are visiting relatives at Walters Ferry Clay City has seen a number ofI travelers the past week courting our business men Dr 0 B Dickson dentist who has been located here for some months has moved to Jackson The river has been rather mud dy for some days and several large catches of fish are reported A number of the crap shooters who were each fined 2500 are + working out their fines on the streets The first cars were run oveu the Lexington C Georgetown electric railway Saturday the road being completed Nannie Phillips about fl years old laughter of Wes Phillips was severely kicked below the eye by a vicious horse Mr pont Ewellof Carlisle and Miss Mayme Judy went over r to Alt Sterling to lay where they evilget married Mr Fletcher BarnetP and Miss Gorda McKinney of Hardwicks creek will be married to day at time brides home r Mr and Mrs W H Entnn af ter several days visit to relatives at this place have returned to their home in Cincinnati Miss Anna L Waldron has re turned house front Lexington whefo she has been attending Hamilton Female College J H ORear who has been cm fined to his home with Complica tion of diseases for some months has returned and is again at the same old post The district meeting of the Knights Pythias Lodge is holding their annual session at Winches ter Several members of the lo cal lodge are in attendance A young man was seen go to fiw 1 nrsonnge rate and call Rev J H Pence out and we judge from the ycung mans ac tion that the preacher has a job of tying a knot Mr WA Hoskins is planting another crop of cow pens He has raised some of this feed for the past few years and says it not only improves the lane but mules excellent feed M W Hiner of Jackson who presided over the District Confer once at Hard Wicls Creek Satur lay and Sunday preached lucre Sunday night to a large crowd and delivered an excellent sera mo i Prof J B Tapp of Montgom cry is in towirtryingto get up a class m vocal music We trust t r the class will be made up for noth f a 1r ing is much better about church work than hood singing Lets nil take lessons The State Homcpathetic Socie ty nt its meeting in Lexington favored the suggestion of a hos pital for consumptives to be lo cated at some point in the moon talus where the air is purer and better The oil fever in this section is rising The rich find on the West ftirm and the drilling now going MOt the mouth of Ilarde legs Cheek with fine prospects for success and other favorable indications are the cause for the prevailing fever The Most Common Ailment More ieoile suffer from rheuma tism thou from any other ailment this is wholly unnecessary too for a cure may be effected at a very snmahl cost G W WI scott of flea dow lale N Y says I have been afflicted with ihtniinntism for some time and it hue caused me inn jh suffering I concluded to try Chamberlains Pain Balm and urn pleased to say that it has cured me For sale by till dealers in patent medicine At Lexington Judge Bullock assessed fines aggregating more than 10000 against men accus ed of operating blind tigers and for other violations of the law at Athens Sciatic RbeaQmatUm cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering 1 have been nfllicted with sciatic rheumutsm for fourteen years says Josh Edger of ftermantown Cal I was able to be round but constantly suffered I tried every thing I could hear ofanti at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm whichI did and was immediately relieved and in a shtirt time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why npt use this liniment and get well It is for sale by all dealers in patent medicine Uncle Simon Witt was here Tuesday and reports the discov cry of an oil spring on his farm about two miles from Clay City Come ahead Uncle there is mote pay ni operating a live oil field than in running a county newspaper we are ready to help you develop your rich find The piece of land purchasedof J B Eaton by D It Daniel as referred to in last issue has been surveyed by Mr Dilrrett White and calculates 75 15 acres This makes the farm cost Mr Daniel 1880 He has begun cleaning it up und will shortly stake it ap pear as a different piece of land Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prep vent any dangerous consequences from it She says Our three chil dren took whooping cough last summer our baby boy being only three months old nnd owing to our giving them Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whoso parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little gift would call lustily for cough syrup between whoopsJeesiePinkeyHdlS rimr yule Ala This Remedy is for sale by all denIers in patent medicine It gives us axpain under the a pron to hear men raising a howl when they lose money in a skin game The usual con men were following the circus recently in this vicinity and it number of people lost a wad in the game Mon go into the scheme expecting- to win the show mans money and if he does win anythingyau r can rest assured nothing is said about if bufif the show man winsthen officers are called in to get it back Its simply this both are gamblingeach satisfied he is going to win The hayseed hoes against the other fellows gauge and as a matter of course loses Both are gambling So why should a court haul up the bunco mum and let time other gambler go This is absolutely disgusting If one is fined wily not fine both Suppose Mr Bunco should go be fore the County Judge and say he had lost a lot of money to Mr Hayseed and wanted it back Wouldnt this be ns fair as for Mr Hayseed to be given the support of time courts When they lose let them stand it timid if knowl cdgeof the gainc iets tothecourt stick n line on both parties It takes two to gamble Lancaster RecordIn ce of Our Dear Nether SARILDA J ABNEY Our mother Is sleeping So free from mill pain Oh wake her not to suffer Igaiu She Klimibers sweetly Oh let her sleep on Her suffering tau over her troubles nil gone o think how she suffered And groaned with vain In tile lung night hours As we soothed r in viiin Till God In Idle mercy Sent down from tibove An angel that whispered m IIIHur S AM No ton of Time I have sold Chamberlains Cv Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would iuive rather be out nf coffee and sugar than it I sold five bnttlts of it yesterday to thresh ers that eould go no further and they ureat work gain this morning III R Phtlpe Plymouth Ok lahoma Arvwill be seen by above the threshers vyre able to keep on with their work without losing a single days due time You should kepI a bottle of this Remedy in your home Inrsale byill dealer in patent medicine MilS AdiilirePeepkB who has taught music jn this town for quite awhile we are sorry to say is thinking or lenin Clay City We trust she will finally decide to rein n in with us for truly Mis Adaline is a lady of ideal quali ties und has been worth much to Clay City perhaps more than any other lady She has been at all times an excellent Sunday school worker and was always identified with all kinds of church worship She has prepared the children for several entertain ments of a Christian nature and we feel safe in saying that in this her equal will not be suppli ed soon sheleaves us We trust our people will consider her mer rits and accord to her patronage that justify her to remain in Clay City WONT FOLLOW ADVICEAFTEE PAYING FOE IT In a recent tirtiel H prominent physician is next to ini possible for the physician to get his patients to cilllyout any prescribed course of hygenic of diet to the smallest extent ho has one resort left namely the drug treatment When medjcineaje used for chronic constipation the most truly and gentle obtainable J such as Chamber Iains Stomach fc Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed byconstipation as they leave the bowej5n a natural and healthy conditiiV For sale bymill i dealears in lu Jclhninc Som men g married so as to stop giving presents to the girl he are enjjagjjlju One to gettirklm quickly i- to s nuike host slowly t4F I Y- ytiiTl4 JF J Follow the Procession TO THE New York Racket Store KEPT BY A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY IIlYlu claim to he headquarters for mill kinds of nicrhnndisc at the owest Cash Prices that Firstdugs gourds can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 220 Pearl 240 Superfine tf 200 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents As to Dry Goods Notions lints Caps Hoots Shoes and Cloth ing wedefy all competition llrbttyourgoods drieet fiomXew York make the prices right allow you top prkes for nil kinds of produce pay Cash for Railroad Tie So cull nnd see bow nlIh money i saved ill deahil g with us Your TM1 E1 BARNETT It SON W T WEBBr Has opened a Fir t Clnsi Jewi Iry store in his new building anti invites the mililie to call on him when in need uf Watches Jewelry Spectacles and Etc Eyes Tested and Glasses Accurately Fitted Subscribe forTHE TIMES M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY 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Jr Satur day night Miss Elizu Jackson iis ted Miss uichtin John Swope and family of Clarkcountyare visitingrelatives here this week George Bush was the guest of John D Atkinson at Stanton Saturday night and Sunday Farmers are having plenty of ruin on their corn They had better look out for weeds next week Morgan McKinney and wife left Monday for Thomson where fiey will attend the HUJUldIcw IB wedding Miss Carrie Iloskins and Miss Mary Shi in fessell visited Miss l Jurry Barnett Saturday night old Sunday j Mrs Snrilda J Alxiey died at the homo of her fioninhnv AII pnightWells grave yard Misses Ilattie Allie Pollie and I Hattie Bush Addie Clark and II Mattic Grnvett and Hay Burgher spent Sunday with Caddie itnt lathe McKiucyIit s Show Creek 1 Ie litZtlplttdco e Several of u IIITndlsnttendellc I I Winchester court Monday 0 B King bought a heifi r of Mr Lowry Jr for 12 John Chism is thought to be some better at this writing Wd had several representatives at Winchester street fair last week Toni Vivion and sister Miss Lillie went to Clay City We nesday I Mrs Polly Niblad hits lost several hogs recently front an un known disease Abb Vivion and wife of Kidd ville visited relatives here sever al days last week Robert Owens bought a hunch of hogs of B B Hut on and W E Uellin at 0 cents Thomas Crow umlwifq visitei the latteis sister Mrs Ed K1i at Pilot View several days lad week Green Martin and wife of JlalittilllirLJilll1LttJ trtue l of relatives here sevurul lily this week W B Mntiicrly who for a while antivipateir going to In dian Territory hits declined tit idea We are glad to leain of your conclusions W H Log Lick Htirii to I lie wifeof J tick Inrkcr II bull Fiittl Elkin wnsii IJI the post week on liil iiuN3 0 Horn to the eifrof Iili tn I cry 111111 on the lilth a daughter Mils lilliu Vivian its out again nftcr n long spell of HKkiu s- UfuiTiitinii dny will beolWrvul at Log Lick tliii yenf usuulIlUII lay au John Cliirin who has been downi vilh 13pli id fever is nuw 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