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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4F f La r- I THE CLAY CITY TIMES+V 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City the SorronnJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JUNE 13 J907 NO 29 i Reduction of j I Prices i In order to reduce my stock and make room for Spring Goods I will sell during March my en tire stock at a Great Reduction including ShoesDress Goods i HosieryMens Boys Hats Trunks S Suit Cases FlourSugar Z CoffeeDishes S AI Kinds of Best Canned Goods and other goods too numerous to mention Come and see the goods and I will make the prices right iJ B EATON ie S e e S I S facture and Etc Store Fronts Death of Mrs Walter Hoskins Mrs Mattie Hoskins wife of Walter A Hoskins passed very at the home of A M in this city night Mr Hoskins her husband was away from home at the time reing in on tipsiness He was home afternoon and Mrs Hoskins for him When he did not return on the train Mrs Hoskins went to Mr Albert to spend the night at the time slightly with asthma She a wakened the family at about twelve oclock aud asked thorn to do for her They called in Dr Smith and rendered all possible but the lady passed away in a short time Funeral services at the Christian church Monday by the Rev IL A Irvin in the local Besides her hus band she leaves one child six weeks old One of this season is it is a good to raise water fowls A big line of new and Post Cards at the Drug Store They were the first ones to introduce these cards here Y 2 As Time Passes It brings MoneySaving Opportunities Of course there are some who have put off buying something theyreally need If it to be an Overcoat Ladies Cloak- or i- nMillinery I it is only better for you You can save big money on these articles by coming to my store for them They have been marked down to COST as we in tend to close them all out before Spring Our slock ofother goods is up to the standard and we will take in supplying your needs W144404NWIIN144NIW1NNNWUgNU WNNWWI4WNWNIMINIINNWWNNNNNI SHIMFESSELS Department Sto- retWANCE MFGE Winchester Ky We Mal Sash Flooring doorsCeillnB Blinds Weatherboarding Varandaa Pickets Stairways Shingles away suddenly Burgher Saturday Beattvville expected Saturday prepared supper evening Burghers suffering something assistance Burial cemetery advantage year uptodate happens anything pleasure We arelieadquartersACr- BuildintPaper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc r Send us Your estimates y PhptnptShiptnentaA t I 1 r The Flying Roll The Flying Roll is the title of a book now being sold in Powell county by a traveling man who covers all of the country by wagon The book teaches as we understand though we have not yet read it that there will be no final punishment of the wicked though they will go to hell to re main until repentence will be brought about It also teaches that the twelve tribes of Israel is now scattered in all parts of the world and that through the teachings of this book which is an inspired work these twelve tribes are to be gathered back to Jerusalem according to the pre diction of the Bible This sales man was in Clay City several days the last of the week and Saturday preached a sermon on the streets To Try Rights of Title The infringement of lease rights in Menefee county in the matter of McKinney heirs Dollins mention of winch was made in our last issue will soon be passed upon by the courts of Menefee county The Gas Com pany has brought a suit to try the rights of title in this court and there is but little doubt to those who have examined the pa pers held by McKinney c but that theirs will hold over any sub sequent title All interests be long to theM JinneY8 except the held by oneJ9urthfnterest live in of 1871 date instead of 1878 as mention ed in our last issue and there are no provisions in these old leases which covers nearly 2000 acres by which their effectiveness could become void The Fourth The fourth of July is to be a big day for Clay Oity this year The day of celebration has been taken in hands by the Jr 0 U A M a strictly national order that will see that a fitting pro gram is carried out A large list of attractions are figured in and promises to be one of much im portance to those who like to enjoy the Fourth Read their ad on a page of this issue ClosesingNo Suuday Notwithstanding an ordinance against open business in Olay City on Sundays Bloom Co remained open all day Sunday They were warned to appear be fore Police Court for trial Tues day but were released because the ordinance conflicted with the statutes in the penalty im posed The City Council will now pass a new ordinance and one that will be effective Heavy Storm A severe wind and hailstorm pass ed over Northeastern Kentucky Monday doing thousands of dollars damage in Boyd and other counties Near Ashland a farmer was killed by a falling tree and the watchman on a steamer which was blown from her moorings at Cutlettsburg is reported to have been drowned The courthouse Catlettsburg was damaged and many houses unroof ed Considerable hail accompanied the storm realI notice that the parson of your church is perking up a trifle and flashing a new necktie or some thing of that sort dont get sus picious or alarmed Remember this is the month of brides and brides mean wedding fees Charlie Johnson of Russell ville Ala was called home to attend funeral of his sister Mrs Walter Hoskins Charlie is well pleased with the Southland and is looking fine He will leave for his home in Alabama tomor rowA recent estimates the to tal Roman Catholic population of the United States at 12051 244 or an increase of 180151 over a year ago Thp total num ber of churches is 11814 and the number of children attending parochial schools has increased to 1000207 The number of schools is 4281 and there are 809 colleges or seminaries Owing to the continued heavy I rains the river which is as we go to press fast spreading over the bottoms promises to be higher than at any time for quite awhile According to William E Our tis President Roosevelts ambi tion is to occupy a seat in the United States senate from the state of New York after the ex piration of his presidential term following a trip around the world He is said to make no secret of his desires in this decis ion Apropos this there is talk in Washington of making ex President members of the sen ate as representatives of tho country at carge When we get at the bottom of it it is doubtful if there is a mill ionaire in the country who has observed the golden rule in the amassing of his fortune He has lobbied legislation he has beat en the people out of franchises he has sold impure food he has inferior goods on tho market j he has sold at extortion prices he has paid starvation wages A Washington scientist claims that ho has found a way of mak ing whiskey without a worm What is really needed however is something that will eliminate the snakes House and Lot For Sale I offer my house and lot in Clay City on Seventh ave for sale Six goodrooms and a nice comfortable home Will be sold at a reasonable price For particulare write- J E Niblnck Irvine Ky 1i iI IIWe have on Display AN UPTODATE LINE OF New Stylish HatsI I Now Ready for your Inspectioni 7 rIn our Wash Goods department you will find a beautiful line of + Linen Waisting and Suiting Chiffonette I Persian Lawn India Linon Nainso ok Dimity Etc Pocketbooks Belts Combs 1Collars and Cuffs Violet Talcum Powder i4Fashionable Dreesmaking in connoonI Mrs W N i f U + 11 II1UJofol + of INSURE WITH i F A LYON 0NiThe JLondinirInsiirnnoo Agentof Eastern XEoutuolcy + iRepresented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they aro leaders in this line f01 Jo of 1 H 01 oJ n + oJ 1 of ft1 4 ONE DOLLARSta- rts you a SAVINGS ACCOUNT t- heClay Cify National Bank CIbAY CITY KENTUCKY FIiiI d I Li r c 0 lod S- g Q c ISU arr 3 0 II ofc i CJ JJ e Q J- s 0 c t3 05 0Cc IJ Q th U k cu t- I s pro a 0tfJ U I Z Wv1 d 8 0Ifi Lid 4- zbJ E cigriJ = 3 tlVIi 101 0I14 Q R 7rY- Jv You can find anything you want in and Hardware and at CUTRATE PRIGS In the Brand New of I the Bank I THE GLORIOUS 4th I Jr 0 UA M PICNIC at CLAY CITY ThursdaykJvIy 4 07 s Music will be furnished by a First Glass Band String Music for Dancing A Grand for all Dont miss it Come early stay late of the attractions for the day will be the Greasy Pig Climbing the Greasy Pole Mens Sack Race Grand Balloon Ascension in the also a game of baseball between two crack teams to be called at 2 oclock p m sharp The best string band in the State will furnish the music for dancing The MerrygoRound will be with us to make the large and small old and young enjoy themselvesA police force will be employed to preserve order and no liquors will be allowed on the grounds rates on all Come everybody to Olay Oity on Thursday July 4th and have one days solid fun To all of the Jr Order July 4th being on Thursday our meeting night we invite you to attend our Council A large class of candidates will be Clay City Council No8 Jr 0 U ArM M BRADbEY Managerf l r CMUD CARR tiIr J E MOREFIELD BU WHITE C S HARDIN lCome to GO TO MOUNTZJ i e FORof COCA ICECREAM AND SOFT DRINiES iflIl 2Iif a a Staple Groceries Cigars TobaccoI Store n Brass Rally Some MerrygoRoundT- he intoxicating fraternally bOUIE Committee and tell your neighbor come BR6S COLA Fancy 1 THE CLAY CITY TIMES g Is a Bright Clean Newsy all home print paper in its Twelfth year Correct local Policy Honest Opinions fearlessly expressed Economically gotten out and the benefits given its in the subscription price FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR 1 J B BATON 1 Near afternoon Special railroads members regular initiated subscribers S o IR Z 4gm1 tlq 9n1l S j IEp9tC y I Vi Sa t- F b1J I n s t11I0 t rn 5 k 14 to a- S I OQ 0 l- ETO rA a 0 0 I g1jTC I 0 OjOO 00n cnpr 0 Q- aa Q s Q tn 2 8- o e1 0 nCe msf O rtI v fIII I pE 6 I I 1 Mrs W N Bush Has an Uptodate line of Millinery Fine Dress Goods and Notions at Reasonable Prices 1 y I1 v k 1 r THE TIMES I PUBLISHED EVEny THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher SotScription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad jvance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday June 13 1907 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEHENTS Ve are authorized to announce OIIAS EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party A big street fair is in progress at Mt Sterling this week Mrs Harry Shattuck of Ban ford is visiting relatives in the city Miss Kate VY bite visited rela tives at Beattyville a few days last week John Coliver of Salt hick vis ited friends here over SaturdayI and Sunday I Mrs Chas Mize of Beatty yule is visiting her mother Mrs I Durrett White I Beef is now higher than over before except when the cow j6mped over the moon I G W Anderson Jr has ac cepted a position as bookkeeper for Swann Day Lumber Co t C Shimfessel and family spent I the day Sunday with Charlie Welch and family on Hardwicks Creek H L Twyman the Winchester horse mant was in the city yesterday looking after the purchases of some horses The heavy rains last week put the river on another rampage Sunday It spread over a good deal of the bottom land W E Heflin was here yester day and bought some yearling calves of Claude Same and thir tytwo sheep of Henry Tipton at 8 50 per head w Our roads are bad in most plnces but it makes less dif diflerenco when we have so much high water that we cant travel them There were three additions to the Christian church at Sunday I nights service Baptizing Mon day afternoon by the pastor Eld Geo D Verco Mr and Mrs J H Burgher I of Cartersville Ga was sum I moned here Sunday upon the death of Mrs Walter Hoskins a sister to Mrs Burgher H i ftmcltd If Gov Beckham had the grit of the Clay City Council they would have Sunday closing ir Louievjllo or the follows in troub who violate the closing law Ohas Groves a former resi dent of this city has moved from Algood Tontt to Livingston Ky where he is superintending the erection of a large band saw mill We are a few hours late this week but if you could only see the large amount of job work we have turned out you wouldnt wonder at the paper being a week late G W Anderson has decided- to close out his grocery store here and to this end he had an auction last Saturday and sold a lot of goods at fair prices He will have another auction Sat urday 22- Twentyfive persons were drowned at Grndyville Adnir county Friday night by high water from a water spout and property loss amounting to 100 D00 Houses were swept away fences floated off and crops ruin ed Three drowned bodies were not recovered From what we can learn rats were never so numerous in the country They are going in droves in some parts of the State and raiding cribsand barns and in some instances devouring whole flocks of young chickens A Fortunate Texan Mr E W Goodlcc of 107 St Louis St Dallas I Tex says In the past year I have become ac r uainted with Dr Kings New Life Pillsnnd no laxative I ever before trIed so effectually disposes of malaria and biliousness They dont grind nor gripe 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store- PROTRACTED MEETING Preacher C J Cocke A protracted meeting will be started at the Christian church Sunday June 30 All are welcome All seats free He Fired The Stick I have fired the walkingstick Ive carried over 40 years on ac count of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve i that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25u C L RUSSELL CONTRACTING PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER And Decorator In General CLAY CITY KY i ICall and see my Nice Line of Wall Paper Samples This Nmmm when stpjilletl 1o BRASS AND IRON BEDSMeans Monarch of perfection Good that are distinguished design good finish The best construction and very reasonable prides Ask your de to you tI thei 1fcrcnt others Every Bed fully guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY I RICHMONDINDIAN MFC CO Richmond Ind 1- S Ntr W f Payne representing the Kentucky Childrens Home Society was in the city Tuesday soliciting funds The riagic NO3 Number three is a wonderful mas cot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney troub le and becoming greatly discour aged by the failure to find relief I tried Electric Bitters and as a re sult I am a well man today The first bottle releived and three bot ties completed the cure Guaran teed best on earth for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Swann Day Lumber Cos store 50c Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress makingand sewing Located in the Red River Hotel S W Hager Democratic nom inee for Governer has announc ed his position on the liquor question in answer to a letter from the editor of a temperance paper Ho declares himself in favor of the county unit law and the further extension of it and also pledges himself if elected to a strict enforcement of the laws regarding Sabbath observ ante Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than fic tion has once more been demon fltr ted in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pep per He writes I was iu bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had fled when I began take ing Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant rdlief came The coughing soon cefsed the bleeding diminished rapidly and in three weeksI was able to go to work Guaranteedcure 4 for coughs and colds 50c and 8100 at Swann Day Lumber Cos store Trial bottle free New Watchmaker J P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt sere nlnn to nil work and satisfaction rm I ranteed THEWinchester Bank INCORPOftATED N H WITHEKSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000- Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of Individ aals firms and corporations 84 WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use All that the name implies A Marvelous Remedy for all ExternalPurposes Absolutely Fm from all- Poisonous i Ingredients Cures Burns Boils Cuts Sores Sore Throat Piles Eczema Corns Chapped Hands Scabs Rheumatism Felons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores Barbers Itch Blood Poison resulting from rusty nails or other causes Bites from poisonous animals or Insects and all Wounds Skin Diseases IIAT DRUGGISTS OR MAIL POSTPAID 25e per 111 1 HAARER a SONStAnn Arbor Michigan M1 i I Its to Your x tt r I Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont havttogo far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes inInishings Groceries Hardware Haaness I Farming Implements and I etcIOur Prices are Right So are Our Goods- We 1 I will appreciate your trade and take n exchangei foi goods all kinds of Country Produce at market price Will pay you CASH for RailroadY 1 Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have i- to sell Dont forget the place 1 IhI A E BARNETT SON t 1 CLAY CITY KY r O tri Ift We are Now ReadyF- or the Spring Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and A lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children Sand shoes for every body at prices to suit you S What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store- S You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co Clay City Ky CRESCENT Stovesand Ranges IusedI CRESCENT STOVE Evansville WORKSI 1J SPOUT SPRING Joe Cosby had a cow to die Sunday SholtMcKinney attendedmeet ing at Liberty Sunday George S Ware was in Stanton Monday on business Farmers are complaining won derfully about bad stand of corn Elder G W Mclntosh went to Irvine Saturday oh a business missionSeveral hogs have recently died in this neighborhood from an unknown trouble R S Christopher and Moses McKinney were among the court day visitors at Irvine Monday Marion McKinney is building a new blacksmith shop here and will soon be ready for business with a new and complete set of tools for his work Kimbrell John R Hurst of Hardwicks Creek was here on business last Monday W G Blanton of Fox was married to Mrs Lackey of Wa co MondayPeter of Hardwicks Creek was here on business last TuesdayMrs Tuttle visited her son John W Tuttle of this place last week A postoilice inspector called on the postoflices at Sams Iron Mound and Fox recently Elmer Berryman of Trapp was here last Tuesday and will teach the school at this place Sow good deeds today if you 4 would reap happiness tomor row STATEoF lllsLVCAS Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho is senion partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing busi ness in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure I Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this Cth day of December A D 1886 SEALA W GTJEASON NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY b CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls FamilJ Pills for con stipation HAYE- SHealiiYgHoney It has no equal for curing COUGHS GOLDS- HOARSENESS and WHOOPING COUGH Toko no other- A STRONG TESTIMONIAL II I am 68 years old I have suffered with a cough for forty I have used nearly every cough remedy on the market I have never used a cough pyrup that ben e fitted me so much as HATES HBAI mo Hoxxr It Is truly a grand medicine las W N LEVAN roducab Ky yourySHOFfHCRHAYBS CO Inc I PaducAh Kentucky ro r tr4d Vaughns rim Ohurlie Bush lost a valuable mule Tuesday Miss Fannie Jackson is visit ing her sister Mrs Ohas Rup ard at Pilot View Mr Corbet Davis who has been attending school at Berea College came home last week There will be preaching at the Vaughns Mill Christian church Sunday and hope to see a large crowd out Miss Nora Lyle who has been going to school at Mt Sterling returned home last week accom panied by her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Jesse Hainline Mr R 11 Keunou is making the Wells graveyard larger and putting a wire fence around it and would like for everyone that has connection buried there to help pay for the wire Xena The Doctor is kept busy all the time now- William Means cut his foot last week with an ax Business is very good through the country for the time of year There was a large crowd at tended church at this place Sun dayThe farmers are behind with their work on account of so much rain 0 F Rogers visited relatives at Greely Lee county Saturday and Sunday G R Orabtreo and wife visited friends in Estill county Sat urday and Sunday A fox was caught on Pine Ridge last week by O F Rogers and G W Adams There is a lot of the young men going from this place to Michigan in a few days There was a sale at Thornton Meadows last Saturday and sold deceased Richard Meadows propertyThere was a singing at John Kincers Saturday night A large crowd was present and all had a good time Misses Maud Patton and Cora Mullens and Lim Patton and Louis Mullens all attended church at Furnach Sunday and report a good time Virden We are having plenty of rain and mud nowadays People are getting behind with their crops on account of the continued wet weather Rev J T Turpin was here Monday placing some tombstones for John McPherson John McPherson visited his son B M McPherson at Clay City Sunday and Monday- G W Everman was at West Bend Saturday evening to at tend the Odd Fellows meeting The smallpox is getting along nicely in this neighborhood We cnIsesHenry Bradley brother of neighborhood 0 Everman on Snow Greek Last Saturday night there was a chicken thief visited S B Ev ermans chicken roost taking sev eral hens before they found them We hope the thief will be caught before he makes an other lade aswehnve none to spare Strayed Strayed from my plnce near Clay City May 28 White and red spot ted cow dehorned seven years old freshwith milk in goodcondition and gentle to milk Reasonable reward for her return or information leading to her re covery Allen Gravett Clay City Ky Residence for Sale 1 offer my residence in Clay City for sale together with the ad joining lots and young orcliard and etc This house has several good rooms conveniently arranged Nice buildingsforOculars call at Clay City Hotel or address J W Chaflin Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS WWN1W4NOW WW V W4NPNJW WI4NW NLWNMN R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OHY OITV KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY SALLA la a 158- WDandruff I II Cure A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY We guarantee thatthls prepar ation will clean tho scaleof all Dandruff All we is you who nre affected with dand ruff purchase one bottle and Try It It Is also a splendid dressing perfectly cleaniaiu very desire able Makes t o Halrstrong healthy abun t end beautiful FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS SALLA ROSA MFG COMPANY Hancock Mich It druggist ohcs not have It send one dollar direct to lu and we will send you a bottle prepaid It you suffer TTS will tend freo a trial course of Jrrttno TRh rid PM Hot Salve which ilpeeWI1 cure cYCrjr curablo case OC RHEUMATISM without deranslna t io heart or stomach Rheumatic CcioplalU cf evry kind are original Inflammation of the LiadIer Congestion of the ran or Scalding Sensations Backache Diabetes Dlreue I all the above arm irterwovcn with Rheum turn hi various forms such A3 Uout Lum bago Neuralgia antf Sciatica Try a 50 CcriBox of JUTMS T iFSFREET- othe first inquiry in you vicinity By this we do not mean two or three days samplewo menu tWit wo My that we will you without oust by mall a FULL TllEATMUNr lus os If you paid for It If deslro relief send at once we take gtitWriteHARRIS MEDISKJE CO Corning Iowa M1I COURTNEY PresiJent I i Mrs r I JW Williams Fine Millinery Dress Goods Notions Clothing and Etc Will carry in this spud her Spring An nouncement of a Complete line of Elegant New Goods The usual combination of Good Quality Good Styles and Correct Prices wil prevail CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are JVItiUo Vben You TJso Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES FcY Sold by our Leading Merchants T 7 It is easy to buysome kindof razor fora dollar but you wonder if it is possible to get a genuine German ground razor of the finest razor steel with a positive guarantee one that will give you a clean smoothshave at this pricethat is what we offer You run no risk in buying a Dud leys Dollar Razor it is backed by our name and guarantee and it is exchangeable at any time if not satisfactory We have made a reputation on our razors and this is the best dollar razor made and is equal to those usually offered at 200 Sent postpaid on receipt ofme dollar I and the name ofyour cutlery dealer OKAY a r H RDWARIICO rNssshvllle Tenn ++ 1 + + + +++++ + + ++ H+ ++ i 7000 it CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KY DUDLEYS DOLLARRAZOR iSURPLUS CAPITALS50OOOI 1 ClIAS SCOTT VicePresiient t AS DEPOSITORY AND OFJTHRS ALL MODERN FACULTIES TO TNDrVTDUAIS AND CORPORATIONS DESIRING SAFE BANKING CONNEOTIOMS IAOlS v A T WIIITT Cashier v HIW3 H + + i + +++ Fdf E + ++3 3 + F3 ++ Ui ZIMi rUff 1 F FLI yft ti a r r t 1j