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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1TLikYn Iro 10 0 5 eats a Yeaila AiaactVVeare here to help Clay ri Surronaiiog cooutq rir 1is J E Burgher Jr Publisher YOJ 7 ccL a OLAY CITY Ifti URSDAY JUNE i2 10l NO 21 J of 1 tJ iL 4 4A Bigwflfl- c f T on Ladies Misses and Children tf jCapesJ We hove on hand a stock of above goods which y Wo are closing oul At CostIT If you want any goods in this line cheap calland purchase before the stock is picked over We also have a few Overcoat which we will sell At Cost to close the lot also a few pair of Heavy Hoots for Men and Boys on the same terms Dont forget the place SWMessel laldron Filthy TempiIn Ia41a Sacred cows often defile Indian temples but worse yet is a body thats pointed by constipation Jont permit it Clense your sys ttra with Dr Kings New Life Pills andavoid untold misery They give lively livers active bowels good digestion fine appetite Only 25c at Clay City Lbr S Stave Co J D Williams manager of the Mutual HandleCo has moved his family from WihcliesterrtoCJay 1 City They have moved into tho house vacated by Or W Russel Happy Time in Old Town We felt very happy writes It- t N DeiII Old Tow Vauwhen Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cur ed our daughter of a bad case of scald head tI It dellghtsall who use it for Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Boils Ulcers Eruptions Infalli ble for Piles Only 25o at Clay City Lbr do Stave Co Store r 0 W Duncan and family are visiting Mrs Duncans parents Mr find Mrs J H Eaton of the Clay City Hotel Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful ad vance iQmedicineis given by drug gist G W Roberts of Elizabeth W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incurable cancer They believed his case hopeless till he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treat ment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious kidney and microbe poteens at the8ameitime this salveexerts its matchless healing po yerblood dieeaeesfBkin eruptipniulcers and sores X yanisfi Utters jOe Salve ascents Clay City Lbr do Stave Co hJ Va igfinsM IO Farmers arc fighting the weeds iu tliercQitliiteo l DR Daniel bought ahorpef- Kmntlta CtypsioB last Saturday Mr J onLOweandbil Ipnjh law of Dinges WYa ynre visit ingrelatiyaahereikr orhtaii pf MC Sterling ilefsnt ih irjdlugl to 0rtMrs Loomis O Xyle 4 JY Mr and Mrs Albert Holman loft Monday for Missouri to visit H 0 Chambers and family Mrs Louana Mizo spent Mon day night with her sister Mrs Gorda Barnett at Clay City Miss Ida Hays Charlie Bush and Everett Burgher were guests of Allen Gravett Saturday night and Sunday Vyf i 1 Mr and Mre D ILDanielspent Tuesday n5ghtvnml Syfifdnesday with Mr J M Daniel at Win chester Misses Carrie Barnett Cora Crow and Callio Ware spent Saturday night with Mrs John Me Kinncv Misses Mattie McKinncy and Mayme Barnett are visiting Mrs JW McKinney at Winchester this week Misses Osa Fannie and Mary Williams of Virden were the guests of Ajiios Cain Saturday night and Sunday Saturday night was a bad time for the ice cream supper still a good crowdwas in attendance The receipts ajnqunted to 770 The world would bea gloomy place but for the fact that every man feels that he is a little better than his neighbor The LEXINGTON w DEMOCRAT JH the Only P Doily Demo ratkPaper 1ubllsIc1tla The w gLtfE t GRSFt REGION iVltfc e j5M4levbeaiithe in tcresUfof thetDeftjofatic party and gives all the news without fear pr favorj t Siibscriptibn prh e500 aycar fir bycaarrierA m Po Walton EH4r II84l1aaacer JIXINjTONIXtr t i w J i it iiC r AD r W ACauet rlhy of Support TIle ladles the Walnut Hill PresbyterlanEJhurch have under tukento tM iii fund to build a chuicIrlnra rOity For the past eight years ffie Rev It A Irvin Jia been stritied at Clay City devoting time to evangeliza- tion in piayfOity and the sur peoplet pie anxious JQtnin him per- minently but ho tresbyterii is straightenedhis work is impeded by the want of alurch in Clay City Mr Irvin wasraised in tho Wal nut Hill nergiiborhood acid was for many yearjan elder in that Church and from families which settled jhthatneighbor hood in the g1Iteentliccntur and by whomfhe Walnut Hill Church wasundedand upon therolls of tlleircnames have been borne The la dies of the Fund desire to show their affections orj and appreciation of Mr Ire iil by jnaugurat ing a movement to build a Pres byterian Cliurcjt of which he will be the pastprfiid which would bo not only a Presbyterian house of worship btttt1itting testimon ial by those who have known him and of his worth andof his devo tion to the and to the epretllofOhristian religion in mopntains of Kentucky oil 1S e Ted n persbnnlinterest Ul this matter The Presbytery which licensed our farther to be come a minister was held in the Walnut Hill church seventy years 1 ago There have been various other ancestral family and per sonal ties connecting us with that congregation and the citizens of that neighborhood but particularly do we feel an interest be cause Mr Irvin and we were classmates in Center College We entered Center College thcsame time anti received our diplomas en the same day in the class of 1855 arid Werkliow how falfliTul ly Mr Irvin has devoted his life in a conscientious and laborious though somewhat obscure manner to the upbuildiug of the people of his native State We are not informed as to the particular mode in which thegood ladies of Walnut Hill neighbor hood have determined to raise this money but it gives us much pleasure tQ make this announce ment of their purpose and to ex press our most cordial good wish es for its success and commend it to the liberal of all denominations and of every part of this cbuntry Lexington Morning Herald M Bailyour progressive custom miller went to Winchester Monday and purchased a Hagan gasoline engine Mr Baily has been impressed for sonic time with the engine with whichwe run our press which is a Hagan and decided at last to buy one like ours The Hagan engine is YJjhQMjiO iitt unsurpassed for power simplicity convenience and everything else u Eyes tested free and glasses accurately fitted W T Webb Clay Few 8 1002 c Big Eandslide In glees e y We hawlimitedstook of each kind of heavy AVinter Goods mentioned below which we cannot afford to car ryover not doso I MensJlothingbi suits and Odd Pants Ladies Capes and Boys Underwear Ladies and Misses Underwear Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts Mens Womens Boys and Misses Shots Comforts S Blankets and Etc and get first choice You may name e1hee We OliVPearly on the needs of the public that wee still of Homemade Collins Also a nice in both white and black also unyx a thing yQwSy need in lens rind Womens Robei II 4 rte 111 0 1 eE1 aV1fri c t P t r lbBE e ijt j Stave e CLAY CITY KY 4 r- r Y A d r f h e +y tY Cr nT 1 i Hubert Hunter of Rosslyn in in town today Since closing out his bucineps at RossJyn Mr Hunter hits accepted a position with a wholesale Saddle anil HnrnessCom puny of Louisville as traveling salesman Sued Tiom An Awfttl Fate Everybody said I hodconsump tion writes Mrs A M Sheild of- Chnnlbersburg nJLwllUoJlW after six months of severe sickness caused by Hay Fever and Asthma that few thought I could get well but I kraned of the mnrvelona mer it of Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption used it find was com pletely curd For desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest cure in the world and is in fallible for Coughs colds and Bron chial Auctions Guaranteed hot tIes 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at Clav City Lhr tC Stove Co Quite u numberfrom his place attended the opening ball at Torrent Wednesday night An exceptionally largo crowd was in attendance It is natural for a man to blow when he makes a hit The Balance jWheel Look inside your watch a moment The bulaiice wheel is making 18000 J vibrations an hour if lit good S condition If the movement is slug gish theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles in a year and J halrriresleesthanonetenth of u drop of oil to make it run lint it needs J that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take clmnces Let fine clean aid oil and put your watch J in order for a year It will pay mid satisfy you J WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY J S eeeeeeseeee eeeeeeeeeeeee Should he handled care lesslyA finimc Institution of stad ingcharactcr and ample resources like ours will relieve you of all worry concerning its safety and keep it always at your disposal If you do not carry an account with us open one and see how convenient it will be to transact your business Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky IltOKKBSIONAI CAUDS pnnrnnu unrMur4rwrrwwu warrrorwwa R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY at LlTTlEPAQE M Dj PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY I IQrC B DICKSON DENTIST CLAYcraY KY rrt r 1 4 I dti- V FPK A J fm fMBS C rCOLISnKD EVERY THURSDAY J E liurgherrJr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in aj vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday June 12 1003 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 CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLKIIK We nre nuthorized to announce 3Ir AV T STRINGER of Clay City as n cnn didnte for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to thenctfon of the Democratic part- ySPOUTSPRING Corn crops in this section are looking well Dr Winburn Is having a new yard fence put up around his new dwelling Squire D N Witt has been in the burg a few this week passing jokes with the boys- J H Dawson has bought n nije bunch of stock hogs of R L Dan iel at 5J cents Owing to the heavy rain on Sun day no services were held at the ieBaptist church Wm F McIntosh of Calloways creek was in town Monday transacting business New windows ands shutters are- beimgadded to the Masonic store building at this place and the property is otherwise being iniprov edsWe judge from the large amount of riding Dr w inhl n is doing there+ is much sickness through the country Mr Portwood has rented theTohn Sams store house at Sams and will shortly put in a tock of general merchandise Peputy Sheriff Chins F Musters is very low with typhoid fever at his home on Callowa3s creek His recovery Is doubted by some Dr Winburn is the attending physi clan1V G Patrick attended the dis tricf Conference at Irvine lust week Mr Patrick was appointed delegate to the General Conference which convenes ut London Ky Septem btrlst Sunday is the meeting day at the Metliodiat church Sun ddy scliool will be held in the morning before preaching on regular church days irtBtend of the after noon tbo usual time pf meeting The teamsters can be sewum the roads from early morn till dark hauling tanbark ties and etc de noting greatactivity intlie timber business A E Barhetf Son are buying virtually all that goes train this cctton- Ijiuvoojtthilly of sweet ryjtn ii j0tAtY IttBlbt f BcrfnlfdtSblfftiern lhttdnaWi l Brazilall good keepers John W Wze 1 Our Bridge To THE CLAY CITY TISIKS In reading the statement in our paper some weeks ago that our Town had 12000 in the bank and the suggestion to use it where it will do the greatest amount of good toliie largest number 6f people I noticed our bridge was left out If we will study about it we can not fail to realize that a bridge of some kind across Red river north of Clay City will do more good and is really necessary to a greater number of people than any other improvements that can be made The City Council has generously subscribed 1000 toward the construction of a wooden bridge ncrossJJie veruear where the old pontoon was and we are reliably informed that the remaining amount can be easily raised by private subscription if some one will go to work and secure it It is impossible to cross the river during wjntertliereby leav many teams idle during this time Every little rain makes the ford below the dam dangerous hiring the summer So it is plain to be seen by any one that it is a great loss to our citizens to be without a bridge The merchants are wearing out their wag OilS and horses delivering goods over such roads j anti the mill men and tie contractors can not get their material without great loss If any one of our business men will take notice of the great amount of trufic that passes over our bridge when we have oue even for one day besides the great number of wonting men that are compelled to go over the river we are sure they would take an interest in getting a bridge of some kind Agoodt strong pontoon would l st for years and could be built wifh- wnlk a for less than 1000 Now think about it and build some kind of n bridge during the summer months for the money could not be spent to the advan tage of a greater number of U0ii IZKNS AND TAXPAYERS Lock No to4 Messrs II P Mason and R Lahley representing the Mason Hoge Co contractors were in this county the first of the week in connection with the building of Lock No 10 in the Kentucky riv er This lock will be located about two miles below Ford antiun derstand that work oiiit fs ex pected to be begtm sonic time this month Richmond Register Never Moved But Lived in Three 1 Different Counties 0fStImleusseventyfive years in the PU mo house but has lived in three counties When he moved therein 1825 it was Estill county j in 1845 it was cut on to make Owsley county and in 1870 it was made a purt of Lee county hi1 Oil at Indian Fields The Diamond Oil mid Gas Company struck a flowerIn the In dian Fields districtFridav What isknown as the Guy well burst out with a loud rumbling noise Immediately MO ft trilrosein the yell reaching withinI twenty feetqf the top unaccompanied by any sign of SUWrisoJoHed boring about six weeks ligoj ektoiJaliinr ir Kur n rirnjriea 011 ture did the shooting fur them1 setiiijtYpiWUS H drilled durin lie war and It is not the well r ently drilled as is generally sup sed Thereadir thispapor will be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreiJill disease that scieee has been abltftpcureinall its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Sure is the only positive cure now kown to thewedteal fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional treatment Hill Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tlfe blood and inucaus surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of The disease and giv ing the patient strength by build ins up the constitution and assisting nature indoing its work The proprietors lime 3o much faith fn its curative posers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails cure Send for list of testimonials Address FJCIIENEY CC- Tolcdn O Sold by druggist 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Nineteen cal banks with a combined capital of 2445000 were organized in the State of Kentucky from March 14 1900 to May 81 1002 Send S2c iir stampsget full trial treatment pf Wilsons Morphine Cure Corp Wilson Cal vent Tex x There is a bill now in Congress which proposes the extension of free mail delivery To all towns having u population of 5000 or postal receipts pf 5000 and the PostnKister General reports in favor of itv For 30c in stamps will mail a full trialof Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never Tails J i faltoCorp JVII son CahertJ eXd Consumption Cured Easily Bythe Filipino Method cc A soldier whoisneht two yeargjn tthe Philippines discuveredand brought home ni i etttalncure for Consumption nnd Jflling coal plaints I UlticltrsancJ proof free tram t j ti t i f 1 CORP WILSON Calyert Tex tw 5 h MACHINE SHOP If flLL KINDS Of MachineryiRepairedj We Keep D Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose a Electrical Supplies WEALSO8UILD 1Gasohne n anesa- In136 S nnl l 1 lioeepnwer Th9- LrA ttr IIIttise mQtN t rim nti s if i gt1lP3 U f priatidtdriveaby L L fOrs 0GAll WINCH TZJXLS l 1t11 tiVANrgnSeveral persons of charac ter and good reputation in each state one in this county required to repre sent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Salary 18 00 weekly with expenses addi Lions nllpayable in ciiMi oncli Wednesday direct from head offices Horse and necessaryileferences tamped envelope Manager BIB Cnx ton Building Chicago y e+ postmastersmail matterarsliable to make mistakes and get mail into the wrong boxes the postal authori ties peoPloslmail returning it The law is to have people look at the mail before they leave the office and then if they should have mail which does not belong to them they should return it at once This applies to newspapers as well as nnyoth er mail matter The offense cart not be excused by saying that it is thepostmasters fault as that makes no difference Persons atton free v A A who get mull other than their own should return it at onceor they may find to tlieir sorrow that time aaw applies to themV J The Stnto A y jFrnnkfortconipany for V400 convints tit50 cents per day per tmntThis is time best contract ever fumade for tlio employment of convict labor in Kentucky J W Henry respectfully an nounces to the public that he Isni ble to be at his gallery in Clay iCity wad will be rglud tosee iihionf wonting photographs I hate not been at the gallery regular jWjrtirce months but the warm weather hits drawn the rheumatism away fpr a time Come and haveyour pictures made I will do you good honest work and my prices are as low as cnn he quality of work considered Special ttttention will be given to all pictures left in mycare to bo copiedand enlarged Come at once J W HKNUY The Whitest White Cake I The Lightes Light Rolls i And Flakiest Are lludcYhcnYo1l TJwo Pearl Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN d ROUT VFRSAILIES KY Sold by our Leading Meriluints til4 YpSi at 1 Iw a Manufactures0cr We I 1 r Sash Doors Blinds and all Kinds of uUciirigMaterialand Shop work and 1811at Lowest Market Price Sand for Eitlmatei RE I NGE MFG Go Ky f Dr B Little aoe Dealers In i Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Oil Paints and Etc Prescriptions cnrefully compoundtd nnllift s thnsctudgntwhat you want will grit it fur you on short notice ARE SOU DEAF PrisonCommissioners Biscuit and Winchester Son ANY t I HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAF HEARINGAREi OnYthoeebOrit deaf are iacara- bkjiuiI SO IMMEDIATELY 1 t IS IT ArWIMIAIl IALTIMaleaPAYl 1 ijetCfntttwienroM tA a myeaie to u at your ismyhearing 1 t wcceucoaaultelanuberofphysiciansf rriiythnttheheadaoiaeawouldthen itI then taw your ajlveftlscmelttacddertlally in B New York pnper and ordered Y treat andtodayearti ya to remIJ1V r1 t Id1 fOUD I J 1 AN 7o5 BreAwayHkImicelid otres4tNehLdeesse 1fsierlerewWi yeur w8t ceviaIlH nS Jtxa M and adtice OtlCA15YSU1 AT HOME ei Lt adnueit Io 1MTEAMATIINAIAYAAL OLIIiIC NiIA q I r 4 t i Ir THE TIMES o AN ALL HOMEMADE 1 AFE tlit f THURSDAY JUNE 12 1902 1 4 LOCAL BREVITIES Look out for J F Webbt- i 8 nd In this issue Dr J T Breese of Cobb Hill was in Clay City Monday E E West the jolly hardware drummer was in town Tuesday Miss Birdie Wilson is visiting friends at Winchester this week MissMaud Gonlee of Stanton is visiting relatives here this week Miss Bertha Maples and Sam Russell were guests at Irvine Monday night J B Bruner Deputy Sheriff of Natural Bridge was down Mon day onbQ6inesB James Baker and wife of Vaughns Mill visited E N Wilson Sunday Mr and Mrs Jesse Turley of Camargo are visiting relatives here this week Mrs Louana Mize of Vaughn Mill vieUpdher sister MrsFletcli er Barnett Monday Miss Lizzie and Rodney Mize returned Saturday after a two weeks visit at Winchester Rev Logan Irvin of Vancebur is visiting his parents Rev and Mrs R A Irvin this week The June term of the Powell Circuit Court will convene at Stanton next Monday June 1C If you want to get a first clans trimming call on J F Webb Tonsorial artist Work gauran teed Mrs J B Eaton and daughters Mary Graham and Ruth are vis relatives at Frankfort this week James Wilsonand wife of Lex ington visited the formers parents Mr and Mrs J2 N WIlson Sunday Rev J H Pence and fainily who have been attending JJi strict Conference at Irvine returnee Monday Rev J M Rash of Winches ter delivered two very interesting sermons at the Christian church Sunday morning andnight Mrs Morgan Lyle of Jackson and Mrs 0 A Lyle and children of Stanton were visiting Frank Earnest ana family Monday If the churches of Clay City would change their names to sa loons they would have much larg er attendance on the Sabbath Mr B B Self has the thanks of the TIMES office force for a dish each of nice strawberries What better than friendly neighbors Preparations are being made for Childrens Day exorcises at the Christian church It will beheld the fourth or fifth fiuuday ii this month C Two Frenchmen have publishes- a book to prove that love is caus f ed by at If true tkgeni must be v unequallydistribu ted among the girls it u For btllaous ese useCJaaaberlains- Stomacb r Lifer Tablet They dense tb and regulate the liver any bowler effecting a quick and permanent cure For sale by r t dealers J elne- The scientists may fall down in volcaniceruptions in predicting The country is now preparing one l I MrriedItJb resilience of Mr benjamin Portwoodofthiscounl tyon a f80 p nilll r W H Par er andI Normanda Portwood Rev A Irvin officiating For stfnie time it hhsTiecn n queston where tile LIi car shops would be located That question has been finally settled and Richmond has been selected Work on the shops have been begun Pastor J ii Rash has succeeded I in securing another 9100 forI the completion of the Clinstiai church at this place Several in Cay City have contributed Ubert illy and it is stated the church will now be completed as sopn as possiblle Each week we receive the Barj bourvilteNew and we judge from a careful perusal of its columns that theyhavea lve oil field in- Knox and adjoining counties They lore down there broil gas turd everything Wfe see in theI last issue displayed in a headline Boreing for Congress The Kentucky Valley Medical Association of which DrLlttJe page of this place is secretary will hold its fourteenth semiannual session at Torrent on the 10and 20 of this month A good program I has been arranged and anI excellent time is anticipated by- the M Ds In this issue appears the new ndof the Lexington Morning Democrat TheTJeinocrat will give you the same news as the lincinnati andLouisvillo papers Ianhours earlier niii jrion theeast bound morning train This paper i edited bone of the soundest Democrats in the State and deserves this partys united support in- this part of the State My little son had an attack whooping cough and was threatened with neumoniabutChamberluinsCough Remedy we would have had a sert- nus time of it It also saved him fror several severe attacks of croup II J Strickfaden editor World Hert1df Fair Haven Waph For saleby all dealers in patent medi tineIt has been reported among the- on men of the state that a fine well has been brought in on the Clark farm near OlayCity There is no truth in this statement but fine prospects are in evidence Owing to sickness in the two families work ceased last week a depth of 125 feet having been reached Drilling will be resume ed soon There was a well drilled near this place back in the COs which produced both oil and gas but was notthought at that time to be in paying quantities so the well was abandoned In many instances attack of cholera morbus terminate fatally before medicine can be procured or a phy oian summoned The safe ways- to keep ihalf reliabltfSedicine for usein Bachcasea For this pur t11 I sCbaiftrrfebea ReJdtW EBos f sayskIntack ofcheera morbuar one dOMJ of Chiraberllaai Colic Cholera and wrrboeisBemedy g arts rtillel- JRAfteen ynihut fornele by 11 idemlerej jwtenty medlch t Thirteen faiiiiies of Gypsies came inhere ril + Mditehei their teHHII aaitlfe Oak Sprlng because there as inti hand x cellent water here TJeYnre bapterfngdursalesand purchases when they eft for greeiier fields They came here fromlfchmorid and left for- M H Sterlingr i TroubleI e your j bpUlp Qf Chamb erlain8iCbJic Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilen edy It is almost certain to beneeden before the sum mer is over arid if procured now may saqe you a trip totown in the night or In your busiest season Its everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicine Jflue for bowIe cgpplqlnt bpth fprjcliildrei andadpltsNofanily can afford be without It irtfialebjr all driers in patent medicine Louie Bradley an emploint- he Lumber Gos planing mill fell from a brace rod oh which he was exercising hie muclcs Tuesday at noon and sustained what may terminate in serious injury He fel his whole weight on his head und lay unconcious for somotime after the accident Dr Williams woe summoned but as the injury was about thehead it could not be determined whether it was oft serious nature or not I Died at Stanton oil theevcning of June 7th Mrs Susan Guthrie the mother of Mrs York OBow iiwjfeofour efficient county jai- lor Mrs Guthrie was seventy five years of age at her decease and was for sixty one years acon iistentmeinberjpf theM EOhurch SouthShe leaves two chiSien to mourn tier IQSS Mr Thomas G YutC Bow n of Staixtfin Burial n Sunday morning at 11 oclock UeRevyRjA Irvin officiating In response to a chalengefrom tie homo team the t1Sterling club advised them that they did lot play ball ion Sunday Thisis a commendable hctou thepart of the Mt Sterlingclubt and should make the Christian people of Mt sterling feel elated over their wise action We regret that our boys do not do likewise We can say nothing particular against the ball game but think that more reverence should be shown our Maker on Sunday thanin playing base ball We might also add that itis our opinion that the on j looker and player are on equal terms J We would very much dislike to live in a place where but few peo pIe were worthyof respect and incasing to and we judg that ibmeof this character in Clay City are pushed for a position or they w uldlpt remain in a place where so many inferior people reside We are satisfied the town souldnt run with out them oreaseoffeeling to themselves would be good if fhey could fin employment swuoro aristocratic and haughty where all 0cent fops belong ElBowliere ui tliis issM will be found an article from the Morn ild1ngS this place Thisill oweloJ1ie witds charge at this jpJaae with untold gratitude the Rev Iral4i leas been known to us for ten yearsaiidwe must say what all wl knQW TWra Ins is a eeerviHfiand faithfuI ministeri imhisfMarfiftfJctvice t- Yi a nl ltlll tfiltt h 1 lfr TIfiI Lead1 1 Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottomLI ti i Our Customers are always pleased 1 because we treat them right Ii and theY can depend upon getting everything they need at liv Ing prjc g Wp want your produce and iItop prices ntl get t we are going to trade with you We aTe now CQducting a general store ntSpoutepring where the people of tbisgectionwill find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store i 5 t r f y I WeAre In The Timber Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanlmrk and Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the f I CASH when your wagon is unloaded 11 I r 4 Dont Trade r I untilyou see us Twill pay you Remember full storey at both places A E BARNETT i SON 9- I I 1 CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING1 KENTUCKY IIi 11 I or what does a had taste in your mouth remind you indicates that your stomach ia inhad condition and wilj remind you that there is nothing so good for such a Disor i8 Stomach k PIIIIedorate I bowies For sale at 25 cents per box For 8ule by ull dealers in patent medicine 1II Bend model ketch or photo of intention for f1 book Dow t Pstentl TIRADEMARKS wntCIlto M BAILEY Merchant ani Cu- stomtMILLER = h CLAY CITY KY Custom work six says in tit week i Fresh Gross lotto Meal always on ha Grinds for onesixth tole I INtioe I wish to sell my Dwelling an Store Houee containing a well se lected stock of goods with a nice trade done built Situated on Main Street One of the most desirable stands in Clay City Ky easy For further particulars ap fly to J Wi Tipton I I When a man gets to where tho suggestsIaBud It in JIll Newspaper George Sohatlli a well knows German citizens of New Lebanon tbeDnyItotipaper e ony the best in its columns and when Balmlu4if it for his wife wlio for fight weeks has suITeredwith the most terrible pains in her buck and could get no relief Hesive After us ing the Pain Il elm for a few days my wife said to me I feel an though born anew und before using the entire contents of the bottle the un beatable pains land entirely van qiurfliednnd she could again take up her household duties 1t He is very thankful and hopes all suffer ing likewise will hear of her won derful Tbihvaluanbleli- nimentisforsalebyall dealers in pat ent medicine Sold by all Newsdealers 11110 all 10Tell or Mode a CziutbCoors u PifH ir pule- It 5s tllBrtrMMBto- lti ImlKt Hun fK PINS UxtlandOnce a Mwtli fer 2S Cwt YMriy SHtecrlftlM 266 Six MeaUw flNIa JO MOlle 1llot= 2 1iuIo- If w1 redo stop al off es 1 Will MDd ube DMM P4sogj w rirr raatttabr lJeIIII a tswl1y rhlldlhla P lffJt ll j THE Winchester Bank f S JItRnmL N H AViTiiERsrpqjjiPres Capital stock 200000 Surplus 2000iV- esolicitrtheaccriuntsof imliviil uals firms and corporations 542 1 Courierjournal 12GfIWIGS 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICE A1VEEK COURIER JOURNAL is the best paper published in the United States for Democrats nil renders It is the equal of many Dailies and the superior of nil other SemiWeeklies henry WattersonEd itorThe Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements F THETIMES You can get JournalM And th- eTwiceaWeek Both one Year for Only One EoIIarTliisyia fur cash gubscrtytionspnly 1 All subscriptions wider this combina office tion offer must be sent through this iifHERHOODThe greatest ambition of Amer icrn men end women Is to hnro homos blossod with children The woman alllieted with fcmalo dls V easo is constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife No medicine van restore dead or J doesIcom prevent miscarrlago docs rojtoro weak j functions and shattered nerves and docs bring babies to homes 1 yearsllinohcJth and strength to hear healthy children You can get a I dollar bottlo of Wino of Cardui item your deal- erWIME CARDUIj na unrTet ttrect 1801fJ boonmarriedgiven birth toa child until I took Wino finebabyrlrl IhemwillbewithontWinoMrLJ W C SMITH givingaralptouuTbe C4aUanoorqTtaar I I fISayings Wise Oth w Gossips aroi people who go it- roundiIhilstubrepuUthoilaiutflie haclFJ1bloJeSBem er J1hr is frilyoie jvay to cure fll 7 uriiGeltinb eYCut 9S said Sek Ork- Tfuth is the mlple1t of toes it requires neithor study norartS JHothat lives in a glass house IIhouHln daykcome J j yw- rr dt 4Xai i r rn 5 t LoJlA 0 o JsI Pt nu 1 h p t qvr r t cgLtw ex JI L A halitpf thinking generously andkinalyofeveryonehnsa rlnr avelouspoweroflife Ithnrmollizesnllfnculti- esSu cess Iiv these prosperous times the Queen of theMay ought not tobe obliged to wear her winter clothes until J UIlCJExperience keeps a dear school and fools will learn at iiib other Some will not even learn at that A rose in the hand is worth a whole wreath on a coffin Want of care does more damage than the want of knowledge Some people Who are very short tnlland slim wisdomi good substi vuluis fixed by his own conduct Cobwebs are unknown in the stores that advertise in this paper Some men spoil a great deal ol wind blowing ahout themselves A large mouth is not so bad it time tongue dosent get lost in it A sehf conceited person never gives any one else crcdit for hay ialugSams Sayings willSour fall 4PMjs ilQticr Hamilton is quite sick at this writing with kidney troubleAsa Witf of Witt Sofingsjins moved into his new residence on Main Street The farmers in tins section are expecting a good corn crop to har vest thisfallo J Mrs D N Witt has been suf feringwith sick headache and nuralgia for several days C F Masters Deputy Sheriff of this place is very sick with typhoid fever We wish him a speedy recoveryJ Smith who bought farm of D N Witt has become very badly dissatisfied this county and wants to sell out and goback to Menifee 11rF Mclntosh has a might sick childtiwhoopingcough Trust it will soon getewell rids Mr McIntosh has previously liad quite a lot of sickness in li is fami ly time past two years he having recently lost severalmembers of his n nit k During tji6 storm last Tuesday n enink J ig1tn iag truch at aria 41WsturI was standing nenrbAtrccin D N Witts yard wnsnlso struck shaking some of his family up considerablyseseeeso r r M w o e ISMddehrPrihtlngfr r Whichtwcrdomte Modern Prices j Has an individuality About it that commahd Attention I LetsTalkkitOveron IlMaBMnwnsS il Printingypu nOert Wpican 1lmle it 1Tii iIfi The rtatenler at a gold dollar snit be beatsntil it haver- n lucre eounfle p tty thin Town Proferjr For Sale 10 hpuaca t lots in t of Bopncvillets KOnc hott5edn ItJIbPHYthe head oftli coftl and timberbits mess This pJpterty I will sell at a low price imfprmntion sejjW B Bulocklooneville Ky or N MclntosblfSpont Spring IC- yLexingtoii Eastern RyE- fftctiv a19 1902 rAar nocxnL No 2 No4 Daily exifSun Daily ex Sun Station P 1th AM Lv Lexington 215 7 M Winchester ISfsrlO 825 IEJuncti6n322 837 Clny City358 0i8 Stanton Vfct40fl 023 Natural Bridge 4 rJM 054 1 Torrent 440 JO08 BenttyvHleJunoStll 1020 Ar Jackson Jgjglo 55 11C0 wKSTBonxu No3 No1 Diiilyexun Daily ex Sun Stations ill M A IL LvJneksouu2t23 625 Benttyv511eJifhcj3SO 7 26 Torrent t 347 744 NnturarBridi401 801 Stanton f480 828 4 Clnv Oitv480 8871 LREJpnctitig58 010 Winchester 020 023 Ar Lexington I J 005 10 1n5 J K BARR T CitAfi SCOTT Gen Manager Gen Pass Agt Tn JlqnoAf SII PUBS Agt+ RESTURANT ALLI1OURSS Fresh Oysters and Fish Ai full Jinenliprlign md Domes tic Fruils prangeSjLenions Ilia- nitii6s Appllianti mt S1 ANDERSON OMYOllY KY b- G B WEST sVill SiMlllU11s I111 ace CO 1 St LoWMq will roale thrpuh thiK section FrcightiquuHztdwilh atl Clay CitySatel J ri LA11P hrop+f Tubl best the murkert 8I1Pllieilth neat and clean Bluegrass Nurseries SP RIK OS100S Le ritul Trees FnHtnni1orjl efrinl I for Orchard I 11e Jlurpn agents Jtut HIHdlr ta l pJllntlI Strawberry ind5eneral Caiu jogues on nppHcHji Bj tit H F HILLE bnYER TXYti1S YEAR IENOE i I I M w9iqilveauwuoWai e1pLlon r In- rnventlaa M Communlca Hasa eeIt age fort rotaea m Nee1Tg Nat sapuwtthoutc arelInth- e9NIk kbeoJaamsli liioatreted erIt e etlentIIfri sadssNnS l o Lumber fllen Meet RCI rcs littt otluird wood lumber mills withal o Uttof T5o0M000 feetaninially niot at Louisville Tuesday r The first tiding they did iwas U rrtfse the price of all luinbery5 Ve dollar per hundred This goes into effect iinmedirttelyonyellow poplaTand will be listed on nIl other hard woods as soon as the prevailing prices at different nullsarc learned TIle advance in yellow pop lair is on top of the advance of 2 00 to 3 50 made at Lexington two months ago which means an average advance of about 4 on yellow poplar over prices flf sixty days ago The olllcers for Ken tucky are as follows Vice PresidentFloyd Day Directors Robert Asher 0 N Burt n HVun Santo Grading Ktiles E B Norman Aralues =R T McKeen We are continually gottingtoin plaints front subscribers who fail to receive their paper regularly Since the first of January we have not failed to get our paper put anti mail to each of our subscribers What is thelnatter Some of them are now getting their pftper di publicationto postmnsters THEB1EST r LAWN MAWB ly ninkesAyay with them but care le 8 liandlirig s6il1 tine infuses great nc311ve1 lc1tce read ers If these complaints cdlitnilo fp come in we will haye ti tnlsb st Est get Uncle Sain tb look the trouble up for iis AGENTS WANTED LIFE OFT DEWITT TALMAGK by his Son Rev Frank Dewitt Tllmng and associate editors of Uhistinn Ilerld Only book endorsed byTnlinnge family Enormous profit for agents net quickly Outfit tencents Write im mediately CLICK CO 222S 4th St Vhiln ta Mention ihls Paper THE VOLCANOS DEADLY WORK from the Fall of Pompeii to time Destruc tim of t lJlcrrtly Prof Charles Morris LL D Most intensely Interest Ing book ever published Complete thrilling and accurate account of great est disaster that ever betel the human race greater eveji fhiui Pompeii Tells how Martinique one of the most beauti ful islands In the world Wits suddenly transformed into a vertable hell A boit 500 pages profusely illustrated with photographs taken before and af ter disaster Practically only Marthi Blue I5o k1 in the Held for everyone now insists on having Imf Morris I bo k and no other Best author laig est book best illustrated scientifically I accurate Price L OAGENfS- t WANTED Enormous profltfor those who net qufckly Most liberal terms Outfit 10 cents Dont loose a minute Send for outfit Immediately andbe at work The chance of a lifetime fm making money i Clark ot Co 331 S 4th St PhltattelphtaPa JP WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY ernKV A Vive Clean Shavu Fushloiiulle flair Cuts Sbnii1pooiiigundll kinds of Hair Tonies You will at ways find keel razors and xjjean towels Launidry Agency in Connection 3ri 4Dontfail to give Mm a call SALE SALE SALE From now till the 4th of JULY we will sell everything in oUrImmenseStockor SUMJIEUGOOMS HI Greatly Hedticqd Prices including Pimitiep Lirwnp Organdies Piques Iiulfi Linons Batiste Embroideries Larep Triiuiuingp Milliiiery Goods Kefidy Weill and Trimmed hits i Hens and Boys ClothingfAt Cost t h r I BIG CUT in PRICES on SHOES and SLIPPERS of tilltlc ails N BIO VALUES LITTLE PRICESCt- iaie v t enrlj for we arc muking prices to move the goilV Mrs J W WiLLIAMSi rr 13Clay 5eareai rw fSWINQ iflt19 8+tt at11138t1i3 8e a lENr Y5ANTEDS c LIIY ileICe udwwIIHChftlff fCtaJn + Stels kwiK Nn Wlrk ie uYer ltkSrr AgeaiX jfr 10 IcRDkv WiUfulttiefts inpicet+ trefidneedprlcesiottiose desirtn- gvetarI y flh IMr