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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i11LAY miTY TIMES I 50 Cent afearln Advance We arc here to help Clay Cite I urroDnJing Country and Ourselves S iX d13 Burgher ro Publisher I VOL 7 CLAY CITY Ky II JBSDAY JUNE i UQ2 NO23 I A Big Reduction on Ladies Misses and ChildrensI Capes Jackets and Furs Vu have on hand a stockof above goods which We are closing out AtCost 0 u 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 Cost to clue the lot also n few pair of Heavy B ots for iMefi and Boys on the same terms Dont forget the place Shimfossol Waldron Filthy Temples In India Sacred cows often defile IndianI temples but worse yet is a body thats pointed by constipation Dont permit it Clense your sys tem with Dr Kings New Life Pills nnd avoid untold misery They give lively livers active bowels good digestion fine appetite Only Wo at Clfty City Ibr Stave Co Our attention has been directed to the frost which fell last Wed IiC5lytK11t i1Ra tb We day of tluk month as it thundered- in February It is claimed by some that it invariably frosts wii the same day in May following ns it thunders and lightens in February It did this year but whether it is always the ease or not we can not say Happy Time in Old Town Wo felt very happy writes It N nevill Old TowT8 when Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cur ourdaugliter of A badcase of scald head It delights all who use it for Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Boils Ulcers Eruptions Infalli ble for Piles Only 250 at Clay City Lbr R Stave Co Store At Owingsville W11 Morgan and Miss Lottie Trumbo were married by County Judge I Dauglierty Wednesday Morgan is sixty years old and a decrepit cripple and can walk only with the aid of crutches while his bride is good looking and not out of her teens Morgan is a pen stoner Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful vance in medicine is given by drug gist G W Roberts of Elizabeth W Va An old tnftn there had long suffered with what good doc tors pronpnnced incurable cancer They believed his case hopeless till he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treat jnent completely cured him When Electric Hitters are used to expel bilious kidney and microbe poisons at the same time thssnlo exerts its matchless healing power blood diseases skin eftiptions ulcers and sores vanish Bitters 00o Salve SScents CJay City Lbr d Stave Co The devil always fishes in shal low places i i gr hn Lexington vs Clay City A remarkable close game of ball was playeduu the local ground Sunday between the a= hove teams showing a very cloo score and resembling a profesion nl game Eaton and Russell for the local team doing the finest work ever seen on our grounds As much could be said fet the Lexington boys but coming from as large a town as they do us CJfUtenominal catch of a fly ball in deep left field in the Uth Attendance about 250 The score Clay City ab bh po a r RusselLS SS Ii 2 2 31Russell Vc II 1421Xobeck cf 62101Alwell i1ii 0 2 0 0 Gazhiy 2b 51240McGuire lb o 0 10 0 0 Chalfin V If 4 0 0 1 0 Eaton p 5 3 1 a 2 Chalfin J rf 5 1 0 00 Totals 48 10 M 12 Lexington ab bh po a r Howard If Ii 1100Genrry 2b 61 5 a 2IGwinn lib 0 i 2 1 0 Mcliride c It 1322Strador cf Ii 0 2 0 I Cook Ib 5 0700Feiberss o 0221Brown p 5 1000Watts rf i 0 1 00 totals 23Innings 1214 5 t7 8 IIO 11 J2T ChiyUy 0 00031000 lOTo Lexn 00001000101 i- Drtuble plays Gearry Feiber and Cook Gi lay Russell S and Mc Guire Stolen bases Russell VINobeck 2 Olwell First base on balls off BrownJ oil Eaton 1 Pass ballMoUride Struck out byBrown 11 by Eaton 13 Sacrifice hitsIRussell S Time of game one hour and fifty minute Umpire HlIIII besby XOTE8IHot game Game players lileechers full No kIcksIExcited crowdIUmpire Khiibesky did well Courtneys hat in tho air in 6th Ramsey gray headed during I thoGth SI imf sSel had nervous pros trationa in the 7th Common chorus Lots have another J dliii Eaton littows how it was dbheV f V I 4i rPurJ J i fiIlii1tn tt U t9 t I Tho smaiiBo std little chance 3toexerciselnwfltnigs I A uPitcfferBtittle with Eaton as MajjirGeneral vs Brown i GenernllPti j- 1hor Fu iiIt jlhiIH1 the bat said 1IcGii t ova II corker Atwelle t1 F r goodness sake dont couhtierrors He missed one grass t lmone high ball and inOi ntally one finger sacker in 10thSorthe of burdens from hems lien ts lie says They eau 1 I again I dont always Iiliy lik t lIa His oven money hi eyt reouthegrmt111 stand fr Nobeck tLtfh 01 a rlln ml single n hill lilt fluill 11015 says No need IlIttlgiiiIi Intern on it for mo boysIII Iii itttlie cut next time Itsit misfbken idea that Nobeck cHiltfnr Veeelf Buss Ieland the hat gave a cqrrectmitatiou of a man playing balliifni 3 balls squee ing onto fouiiwf J4 making run ners hug the 111 tt J ChalfiVi t idered how he got tO secdti11iii the nthnnd hillIliittkiIiivern astoull 01 lilt by thetlil baseman who walked over fimtjint purpose Short St9li fjcoiInriglit leave gotten action but for wnt liill hegrnndstlutdI to see thhtshe it not llirt with timetfmtt iiilut illliyor Tore heats blood in the lithe r- Crowl Jell 1 ei grounds vlfj i ISterlinrO should star board hat tery in plat an insist upon better support from the tho bags pad there activity in tho tieltltntI the result will nut be gosad I V Mill Mr timid Mrs TolinHilcy were the guests of D It Daniel Sunday Charlie Hush and Jell McKiney are visiting George Ginter at College Allen Burton went to AVinehesti r Monthly to see n doctor abort the canci r mite growing on his faces C L Easton is now hauling Iris MIW mill works up the creek So ho will bu ready fur work in a few days Mrs Ollie Burton James Me Knight ii tftl wife Gtiirse wife spent Sunday at Clarks Mr Ella Crow prepared dinner Sunday for a number of young folks There were guests presents Mr Fletcher Uarmtt who ot married last week his gone toII house keeping at Clay Cty user W llarnetfs James linker and James IIKnight went to Mt Sterling dj nesday Air Maker wOnt to iha e a buggy There is goifig to beini ieFl crcuu supper at the MetlinUjSt church SidI u1j1tm IIIIt tli tyivtW hemlit S Come every body TIll TIMES for the news 1t z Clay Ey Fob 8 1C02 Ce Big S 1C I In Srices puHhoir Jackieson Vaughns 11111e GranttI twentyseven stonI purII rf- titilischool c111C We IwvejalliimtiHl flock of each kinder heavy Winter hoods a tinned below which we carpet nllord to car- L ry oec 00thwlll not do So Mens Clothing in suits and Odd Pants Ladiesti r Capes n td Iitckets Men and Boys Underwear Ladies and MisfmlUdirvear Ladies Heavy Jnsn Skirts Glens NMoinens Boys and Misses Slices Comforts Blankets md Etc Gonie urlItnd get first choice You mny name the price i 9 We wish pinpresB on the needs of the public that we still carr jWfull line of Homemade Collins Also a nice litl of Caskets in both white anil black also many thing youBnay need in Mens toad NVomens Robes x C1aTLTitY Lumber t Stave Co ft CLAYCITY KY Sued From An Awful Fate Everybody said I hud consumption writes Mrs A M Sheild of Chain lersbarg Ia Iwas so low after six months of severe sickness caused by Hay lever and Asthma Unit few thought I could get well hut I lenmed of the nuirvdons mer it of Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption used it and was com pletelycuria For desperntf Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest cure in the world and is in fallible fur Coughs colds and lron Third Ail tetinnr CttnrrnfrieTnlljfTt ties flOo and 8100 Trial bottles free at Inv City Lbr R Stave To o oo ooooSThe BalanceS1 heele01oOk incide von r watch moment Tiff hiIuuaco wheel Is innklliK ISfKOJ goudaoctindttinusfjish theres smoothing wrong Its a will move 1li 58 miles in ji year nnrt S a regniees less tlmn one teuth of n Imji o uetdes- oaf friction on tin IxiirinRs alt rs- a I motion Dont tnkichnnces Let I o im clenii sad oil mid put your wllt11 a e rat order fur a year It will my mid Jsiitfify you t- JWBBB e the Jeweler III S cLty erno Should be handled care lessly A Iiiiaucia Institution of stad tug l1I111ndlI nod ample resources like curs will relieve you of all worry concerning its safety and keep it always at your disposal If you do not entry an account with us open one and see how convenient it will be to transact your business Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky 1R IUOlKSSIONAI A IRVIN M AIWSIPHYSICIAN AND CLAY CITY 1BDr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY I to write for our confidential letter before applying for patent I it may be worth money We promptly obtain U 8 and For- eignPATENTS and TRADE MARKS or return EN s nd model sketch IMMEDIATEIthe our charges are moderate Try ns SWIFT CO Patent LawyersiOpp US Patent a t g THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J U burgher Jr Publisher Sotscriplion Rates 50 Cents per year in air vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday May 5 1002 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates wh the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and CourierJournal 100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIIICLIT CLERK We nrenuthorized to nnnounce Sir V T STRINGER of Clay City us n can did ite for the oflice of Circuit ClerJ of Powell subject to tlie action of the Democratic part- ySPOUTSPRING D SIcKmnev is below on bus messDirs J Hi Pence of Clay City is visiting Mrs AV G Patrick Mrs J P Wright is visiting her relatives in Madison county Dr and Mrs Winburn visited relatives on 11ootlw arils creek SundaySeveral young people from this place attended preaching at Log Lick on Sunday John W Dawson and wife came down from Millers creek Sunday on a visit to their parents Mr and Mrs Geo Gravett of near Wihchester visited the lat ters parents Jack Stephens and wife the latter part of the week Hood Curtis has opened a new store in the Tipton building at Walters Perry Mr Curtis is a self niado young man nail de serves a share of the publics patronageJames Park of tins county was married toMissEula Bickers of Anderson county in Lexington Saturday week Mr Park is now principal of the city schools at Ford but will go to Oynthana this fall and become principalof the city school there Eld Albert Easter preached a very interesting and impressive sermon at this place Sunday night It is always a pleasure to us to listen to such talk as Elder Easter delivered on this occasion Ve trust that it will be convenient for Bro Easter to visit us often I Chins W Miller formerly of this county has resigned the per sition as Auditors agent at Lex ington His growing law prac tice demands all of his time Mr Miller was the Democratic nomi nee for Representative in this the Estill and Powell district in ISO I have a supply of sweet pots to plants ready for delivery May 10 My stock consists of Pink Bermudas Southern Queen and Brazil all good keepers John W Mize It is insisted that thoseventeen your locusts are with us again but they cant frighten anybody now Our experenco with trusts has prepared us fur any old thing that may come along w FACTS AND OBSERVATIONS On a Trip to Texas By W E Heflln The cow boys of Texas nro nice good fellows I want to tell you how they sell cnttle Suy for instance n man comes in wants fifty yearlings or any other nge the cow boy goes and brings n sample calf that calf or whatever ago the man wants is branded turned out They agree upon the price nndI nil the number is to average with the one branded The buyer deposits so much money in the bunk to stake theI trade good and if a buyer goesjback onI a trade and dont take the bunch he has forever lost his credit with the cowboys or cow punchers as they lire sometimes called and if lie wants to be on the safe side he hind better stay out The people of the South are getting n better grade of cattle that they used to have I saw some very line Durhams while there The grasses of Texas are the bermu da which is n very good grazerthiv prairie or natural grass is good The alfalfa clover is good and grows well The new crop was being cut on April 25 Johnson is the worst of till it hiss a root equal to our rifer cane and is fund ttrldll TSuTnmTiio one wiiiifBlt The timber laird of Texas grows hack- berry red elm sane us ours red lunY pepper wood hits knots on the bark which is very rough and will bite your tongue if you touch it Cedar elm is very line tied straight splts well and is 40 to 50 feet without a limb and lusts well for post or rails The pectin tree is a member of the hickory family Ins close bark grow straight and in clus ters I found some good pecans under a grove of trees They are gathered In tn81Illcotton wood is the king of the forest I say one on the bank of u river eight ft in diameter and one hundred feet to the first limb Oak is of the post oak variety and tire small I spent the 20th in McKinney The Odd Fellows hind a picnic that duty wits 73 men and 27 women in the march lied n fine time and everything WlutoQ quietly In the afternoon I went to the speaking in the court house was five candidates for the oilice of constable One of the candidates said he hind been sick and taking sonic patent relief medicine which be thought would cure n man of any disease except a man kering for oilice lie said that if It would cure a tuna of that he would like to give n big dose to each of his opponents except one and he would give him a barrel ns it would take that much to cure him if a cure could be effected at nil Uncle came and said it was time to go home so I went over and made n a purchase of Mr Oats and told him he was the first mnn I ever met bv that name lie said in the South MeAlistcr postoffice there were three men run ning the office by the names of Hogg Slioat and 1igg so we struck out home McKinney 1ms nn artesian well 2000 feet deep Has n large stand pipe which supplies the town with pure water and drinks well when put on ice Ice dont grow much in Texas McKinney has an ice pliant and makes her own ice Sunday morning April 27 we bade the folks goodbye and carne nfi to Mr IleehrWilimths nt McKinney In the afternoon we visited the city cclnctery and drove over town On Monday morning Mr AVilmeth drove us down to the depot where we left for Dallas After we left Dallas Mr John W Terrell of Cooper Texas found out we were from Kentucky he formed our acquaintance and asked if we knew W N lliimsey of VTInchester and from whom ho hind bought several fox mounds He now wants to buy one that can catch a red fox Mr Tcrrel owns a ranch of 8 0 acres In Western Texas well stocked He is bachelor We met J F Sellers of Folsomdale Ky on the train hcme and was good company Nothin of note until we reached Ar kansas when a passenger asked a darky porter oa the train If we hind yet reach ed that state Yes boss we are one half mile from the line can you tell any inference in the atmosphere Tim darky very assuredly told the man he could We met Mr D B Phillips of Royston On lie hind captured a jack or muleeared rabbit and was taking it home with him These rab bits can out run a grey hound They are tho color of our rabbits and about ns large ns our largest bouse cats At Memphis Tenn we met Mr and Mrs George Anderson of Mt Sterling Had traveled on the sumo train front South McAlister nd didnt know they Lr were on our train We arrived at Lexington on May Slat lliCOn tit and arrived at Clay City In the afternoon Had n nice trip und say many things of Interest I have not here mentioned Friends If YQU wish to see many nice things take a trip to Texas The renders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is nt least one dreaded disease that sciece has been Ilbloto cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hnlls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now kown to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional treat ment Ilalln Catarrh Cureis taken internally acting directly upon the blood and niucaua surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of tlie disease and giv ing the patient strength by build incr up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case thntit dine Send for 1BF of testimonials k Address FJCIILNE1CO Toledo O Sold by druggist 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Same old trouble in Cuba that has made so many heart burnings over herenot enough of fiices to go arofflid fuJlItrinlphine Cure Col Wilson Culvert Tex The most difficult lesson for man to learn is when to let well enough a lone j and yet if it were well learned titers would be fewer successful men in all lines For JOe in stamps will mail a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never fails WFHe to Corp Wil son Culvert Tex c vvConsumption Easily By the Filipino Method A soldier who spent two yenrs in the Philippines discoveredand brought home a certain cure for Consumption and all lung con plaints Particulars and proof free fro- mCORP WILSON Calvert Tex M MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS O- FNIachineryRepaired We Keep II Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesT- n 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known power forfarmers and others printedisL T CH SHAG N WINOHESTEBriKY In r- L J The present cold spell recalls to the minds of some of tho older citizens the remarkable season of 3850 J A Slaughter in speak ing of that enr said that in June almost fullygrown apples and peaches froze on the tries in his orchard A similar freezing spell occured in August and July was the only month of the year when vegetation was not destroyed by cold Danville News- 1VANTanSeveral persons of charac ter nnd good reputation in ench state one in this county required to represent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Siila ry 18 00 weekly with expenses additional all payable in cash each Wednes duy direct frost bend ofllces Horse and carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Manager 310 Cnx ton Building Chicago Somebody has figured that four Congressional speeehesforeyerv- iuan woman and child will be circulated this year It is a consolation to know that reading them is not compulsory u For the first time a Womans head is to appear upon n U S postage stamp The announce ment was made by the Post Office Department on the centennial anniversary of the death of Martin Washington the wifo of the first President that her portrait would adorn thenew8centstnnup- that will be issued in the fall See our line of samples for suits B Littlepage Son J W Henry nounces to the public that lie is able to be at his gallery in Clay City and will be glad to see any one wanting photographs I have ni t been at the gallery regular for three months but the warm weather has drawn the rheumatism away for a time Come nntl hllo jour pictures mode I will do you good honest work aid my prices line us low ns cnn her r1nu ilyofwork considered Special Munition will bi given Tall pictures left in mycure to be copied anti enlarged Come at once I J W HKNIIY The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit C Are 3 I JitleWlic You TJise Pearl and Bakers Pride Flours Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN R ROUT VERSAILLES KY Sob by our Leading Merchants MJ4 YES Sash Doors Blinds and all Kinds of i Building Material and Shop wori f and sell at lowest JUrfcet Prioe Send for Estimates RflbhN E MFG- Winchester Ky t Dh B Littlepage Son Dealers In Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Oil Paints and Etc V PresLriptionc carefully compounded and if we bnvo nut got what c you want will get it fun you on short notice ARE YOUDEAF respectfullyun tot ANY HEAD NOISES I ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLEby our new invention Only those born deaf are incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY P A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS t9or6esllemeayou a full history of my case to be used at discretion five years ago my ear began to sine auiHhls kept on getting worse until I test my hearing In this earentirely sumbetIouly an operation could help me and even that temporarily that the head noises would cease but the heating in the affected ear would be lost Ithen saw your advertisement accidentally In a New York and ordered your treat ment After I used It only a to your directions the noises and a today after live weeks my hearing In the diseased ear has been entirely restored I thank you v heartily and beg to remain Very rPOur treatment does not interfere with YOU1sudoccupatlonIx advice tllrndYUU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT tae 4 INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 696 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL j S io ea6 t a t r y t r i THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE I AT ERI THURSDAY MAY 51902t LOCAL BREVITIES v Dr Elmer Northcutt of Nichr olasvillo is here Mrs W It Cassidy visited Winchester Monday H L Hunter of Rosslyn was in town Monday on Business Strawberries dont seem to he ns on this market asI usualiE W Hall and wife of Levee visited their son J B Hall yes terday lev J HTTence is attending the District Conference atlrvfne this week t Tom Wilson of St Helens wits 1 the guest of W RCassidy Sun i day night Fletcher Barnett and his young I wife have gone to housekeeping over the Barnett store Decoration day was observed byt some of our people The bank and post office were closed Miss Jennie Lilly of Stanton was visiting Birdie Wilson here the latter part of last weekE Allen Burton went to Winches tel Monday to consult a special ist in regard to a tumor now for ming on his face The growth of weeds is very rapid since the rains and the farm ers are finding it a difficult task to keep their crops clean We are under obligations to one of the club for the report of the hIm game played here between Lexington and Olay City bOJsI Mr Schooler Estes and Miss Lou Emma Rose ofPompey wont to Stanton Saturday and were married before Judge Derickson Owing to the unsettledcondition of affairs in Chino the ginseng market is jmrnlizetl It is not worth more than half what it was one year ngo Several from here attended the county Sunday School Conven tion at West Bend Tuesday andj Wednesday and report a splendid tino The city seems to be improv IirriCd1Tuesday There is some talk of a metal lie circuit telephone liricfbetween Clay City and Winchester We are anxious to lend encourage uncut to all such enterprises A nice walk has been put downy in front of the cottage east of the Methodist church This example might bo followed by others with profit to the town Improve mid clean up your places For bilHousnegs useClinmberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They dense the stomach and regulate the liver and bowler effecting a quick and permanent euro For sale by P all dealers in patent medicine Our city fathers will receive the thanks ofall for the improve meats they are having made on the streets and sidewalks This is a commendable act on their part mid w o trust it will not 7r cease until they are put in first= class repair M BMcPhearson who has been emloyed with the Lumber Com at this place for several ears has resigned his position accept a more paying one with Johnson Bros as traveling timber inspector His family will remain in Olay City H E Woodward of London was here on yesterday Mr Woodward is an entire different looking man since he mndu his extended trip to Floridalast winter and he gives that state the credit for it saying he believed could not have lived till now Kentucky R WSmith with Nouns Bros Boot and Shoe Co was in town Tuesday on business Mr Smiths is at ra velerofy earst f experience and always finds a good business We used to buy dry goods from Mr Smith and never found himI anything else but a first class gentleman with which to deal Farm lands along the new Lexington Georgetown electric railway are rapidly advancing int value This proves conclusively it pays to improve and build roads throughout the county A good turnpike built in any direction from Clay Citywould have trtiko effect upon mfr farms Let us give this matter our consideration and if it pays to im prove why not do so My little son had an attack whooping cough and was threatened with pneummiiabutChamberlainsCougliRemedy ous time of it It also saved him from several sexere attacks of croup 11 J Strickfaden editor World Herald Fair Haven Wash ForI sale bnIl dealers in patent medi cine In many instances attack ofchol era morbus terminate fatally before medicine can be procured or n phyr sician summoned The safe way is to keep at hand a reliable medicine for use in such cases For this pur pose there is nothh g so finre as ChamberbainV Colic Cholera linn Diarrhoea Remedy W R Bbs worth of LaFnyette Ala says In June 1900 I had a serious attack of cholera mofbus and one dose of ChamberHan Colic Cholera and Diarrhoer Remedy gave me relief in fifteen minutes for sale by dealers in patent medicine Therc are a number of leading politicians and candidates in this county who have not yet learned that there is a Democratic paper now being published at Olay Oifcy Powell County Wo think if will be necessary to send a special messenger round to inform them of this lilt of news Men when you come to town you need not bo so shy of the editor he is not going to bore you for an an nouncement fee or even ask you again to subscribe for the paper We accord to every one the privilege of giving us their patronage or not just as they like but we like to be sociable with all men oven with politicians and candi dates I rThe monthly meeting of the city council met last night and besides transactingother business choso Prof Wm R Eubank of Win Chester principal with Misses May me Groves and Hoyt Adams as assistants The selections are all right and we suppose will give universal satisfaction among the patrons Prof Eubank has been known to the editor of this paper since boyhood and has always known ry t him to bo a gentleman and his record as a schoolteacher can not be excelled The assistants are home girlsiorul worthy and competent tOjfill their positions with credit We understand that there has been a d nlof comment both pro amidconon an article we hud 8 week before last Now WQfwish to say in re gttrd to same that it was not our intention to offend any one but to call their attention to the injustice being done in fencing uptime streets andalleys of our city and the bad Condition of our sidewalks and streets in general and the urgent need of immedi ate repair Any reasonable per son will admit this and our lion orable Council know these to he facts and it is their duty to see that these necessary needsand improvements are made There should be no difference made but should be served alike and we believe that our Mayor will see that it is done We are grateful to note the improve ments nowbqng made and hope the good worlTwill continue un we have good walks and streets allover town There is another thing that should be done and that is the renioval of the grave on the opposite side of thc street from the TIMES oflico to the cemetery and a monument erected in memory of one of the early residents of Clay City and show some respect- to the dead CITIZEN AND TAXPAYER Howto Avoid Trouble Now is the time to provide your self and family tvitha bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be neeabn before time sum mer is over ntidif procured now may sitqe you it trip to to win in the night or in yourliusiest season It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicine in use for bowle complaints both for children and adults No family can ailord to he without it For sale by all dealers in patent medicine We frequently are most made sick by a lot of stick ups who wish to cut a swell in lan guage by calling new noo stu dent ustoodont ruesday Toos dayand etc Webster dont give these words any such sound ueitherdoescommon usage These are the two only acknowledged authorities we have for pronucia I tion of words at present but we judge from tlie appearance wo will soon have some new authors but we trust wewill not bo in Clay City when such characters come to t19front From a letter from L G Chris topher formerly I of this place now located in the panhandle at Miami Texas wQ extract the fol lowing This is not a dry country now the copious fiow of rain has filled all the lakes and tanks and the swolen streams have washed away some rail 1d track near Miami Two thousand head of cattle were Iqaded on the cars at Miami on May 15th Mr Gcb R Dauyhhetee andson I Marvin are putting in a crop near here L Gand 0 F Christopher have just completed a drilled well onjtho ranch of the latter which is three hundred and thirtyseven feet deep Thou sands of cattle lire being move d hero from Oklahoma There is a herd in sight nest all time ti limb Some men couldtbe more help to tho world bygoing out of it than by staying 111 ism i tr e e Follow the Procession TO THIs New York Racket Store KEPT BY A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY Who eliiim to he heidqnarters for all kinds of merhandise at the owest Cash Prints that Fjrst Class goods cnn be sold for n 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 220 PearlII 240 Superfine 200 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents e As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth bigttedvfyallcomlietition We buy our goods driect fJ om New York make the prices right allow you top prices for all kinds of produce pay Cash for Railroad Ties So call anti see how much money is saved in dealing with us v Your APEI BARNETT SON eo Of whit does a bad taste In your mouth remind you It indicates that your stomach is in hid condi tion and will remind you that there is nothing sn good for such a disor tier as Chamberlains Stomach fc Liver Tablets after having once us ed them They cleanse and invig orate the stomticli and regulate the liowles For sale at 25 cents per IIIntentI Wo promptly obtain U S and Foreign eendrdeisteahor iilolo of Invention for tree rlo1eion For free book i M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER I CLAY OUT KY H3CSS3S22HSCT Custom work six Jays in ttc week Fresh Grouni Bolted Meal always on banJ Grinds for onesixth tole c N otioseII wish to Store House containing a well se lected stock of goods with a nice trade done built Situated on Miiin Street One of the mot desirable stands in Clay City Ivy Terms easy For further particulars ap ply to J W Tipton r WY aw It in His Newspaper IBeadSehaub a well known LebanonIton Volkszeitung lIe knows that this paper nuns to advertise only the best in its columns and when ho saw Phimibprlufns Pain Balm adviriisid therein for lame back he bottleHofweeks hits Flittered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief lIe sivsAfterus ing tin Pain Halm fora few days ills wife said to me I feel as though horn anew and before using the entire contents of the bottle the un bearable pains had entirely van and she could again tape up her household duties He is very thankful and hope nil suffer jug likewise will hear of her won tlerful recovery This 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issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES And th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalBoth fur Only One DollarTh- is is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through this office Virden W E Bryan wits atArgI Sun day Aunt Margrtrett Fisher is on the sick list this week Mrs C C Curtis visited Aunt Mnrgurett Fisher Sunday ExShell T B Ware went to Stanton Monday on business Aunt Lylie Fisher of Snow creek visited her son Win Fisher this wetk Last Friday wns decoration day and a great many were present hero decorating their friends gravesfhePowtII county Sunday School convention was held at Argyle ihe Jrd and 4th A large crowd was present Every one seemed to en- Joy themselves Vm Fisher one bf our clever citzeiie discovered a snake on his mantle the other night as he was about to retire It scared him pret e tyniucll but killed the ugly reptile and retired in pence Quito a crowd from this place visit ed Natural Bridge Sunday Among the number we noticed Misses Lylie and MinnicClemonsOsaandFannie William KateMattie Patton Mes srs John Williams Cy Clay and Elsbey Clemons Ennes Patton Snow Creek Born to tjio wife of S B Kerr on the 25 inst rigirJ Allen Osborne bought a good horse from Russell Orow for 85 Mrs FrankSo Vivion sold asow and eleven pigs to Qliu Pace for 25 Charlie J ticket bought two yearling heifers of JaniesWaughn for24 f +r t IJohn Cliim is improving un der the treatment of Dr A T Nel I Rev Oulton preached two good sermons at Log Lick Saturday and jI I SundayMrs Pollie Niblack huts lost several of her hogs from an un I known disease Tom Crow and family visited relatives at Pilot View several days lust week- Diivisllufsoiuind vtifeandJack Ends and wife were guests of John Adams at Yicnu Sunday Several irons here attended the Sunday Scool convention at Argyle Tuesday unit 11 ednesday John Vaughn of near Irvine wits the guest of his brother Jus YjiugunJintiirdiiy and Siiuuay Died at her hone on yi ult Miss Julia Wilde Her remains wore Jaiu to rest in the A awslJu- tHtl ground U K Vivion the eilicieiit clerK in Jlarks grocery at Vjn cliustei1 f spent several Uays with his iiiotliur last week Married at Mt Sterling May 28 Miss Minnie Urow to LUreJSJJJ Jordon S e know both of them ana wish thou success Several meniLers of JohnKerrs family are quite sick Iheirsicl ness is thought to be caused front the recent painting of the house Decoration day was observed at Log Lick A good crowd was present and flowers were strewn on the graves of departed friends enTHE VOLCANOS DEADLY WORK from the Full of Pompeii to the Destruction of St Pierre by Prof Charles Morris LL Most intensely interest Ing book ever published Complete thrilling and accurate account of greatest disaster that ever befel the human race greatereven thug Pompeii Tells how Mnrtiniqiuvoneof the most beauti ful islands in the world was suddenly 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Lemons Ra nanap Apples and Etc s LANDERSON CtTY KY CL11 BB WEST Vitli Simmons Hm d rare Cot St Lou sMol will make rerulartifpsthrouIii this section Freight egiiulizedwith Louisville and Ciiuinnati houses f Clay CiMotel J II EAJfk7PJup iTable vHh thebet the markert affordsrEserything neat and clean RntBtfSl tier duty gtl a Bluegrass Nurseries i11 SPRIKG 1OO tii Fruit and Ornrriental Trees Grape Vines A jrlirnguspmal1l- fruit and ter thi for Orchard Lawn and Garden Ve have no agents hut tlllI direct ti the planter Strawberry andCGviienil Cat a logues on application1 to HF HILLENY1EYERi LEXN tTONKY 80 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1TRAM MARKS DESIGNS CoprmoHTaAc Anonelending nkelii ud whether 7 quickly certain our froo an atableCommulaa tlon trtctirconiidentnu aadbookonratenta nrarmvpUentIateoUtftcial notice wlthoat Cb1tbe StitntllitJtlUialAbandomelrillnalrteAwekhy eolatlon of anlcienlUllliJurual fTemtHn months L S6WbT ncwtdealerj MVNertfour CD38I tJloe1I etwlolhouU i ti 4 t 7 I CG Norcrss was herp tins we6k for the llrst tiitoin more than twenty years He was for sometime manager of the lumber mills of old Clay City and for a couple of years resided here and rana lumber yard He now lives ill Tennessee where he has accumu lated quite n little fortune in the lumber biisuess Winchester Democrat The city tax list for Richmond this year shows the assessed prop erty to be 2180885 with 1152 males over twentyone Of this amount 2108170 is credited to the white list and 78715 lothelolor ir ed Ofthe males over twenty rote 720 are white hnd 421 col red Richmond Register i Andy Ournegio realizes that independence conies high hence his offer of 20000000 for it for I the Filipinos i Ability to stand up under hard ship anti privation is a much greater factor in getting on top than genious I Scientists know as much about volcanoes after they break loosens some other men do about every old thing after it happens 1a RIPNSTABULES I t DoctorsfindPrescription e For mankindi Tnlor he ctntiit Druggists 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