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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rx Y f L 1 c J IIiIjli I lL4Y ITY TIMES r c t 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to leap Clii Bla SBrroanJing Country aid Ourselves 1 E Burgher Iublisher O1r XtIV CLAY OITY KYURSDAY MAY 20 J90P NO 20 a TO DRILL FOR OAS dltaalensesterritory of Powell county He will begin drilling in a very short tftne and hopes to at least get e1tJugh gas to supply the towns ofOlay City and Stanton Mr Patrick has already a franchise tOBUpply Stanton with natural gas and now stands ready to bid on a franchise to furnish Clay City any time the Council will offer theeame Mr Patrick al ready has one very fine gas well on Pecks creek He says with two more such wells he is ready to begin laying a pipe line to thotwo cities Clay Oity should make no de lay in offering a franchise for sale to furnish the city with nat ural gas now that we have a prospective bidder Mr Patrick btsthe required capital to put the project through if he can on ly find the proper flow of gas un der the ground and he as well as other exports are sure the gas Is here Deputy Head Consul the Mod ern Wood men J W Womack has succeeded in getting enough charter applicants to organize camp at this place and thc Qdge will be instituted in a few days W 6 consider the ofder worthy iri every particular and doubtless t + ieof ouri 1JGP fnau thislodgeatleast View The Kentiipky Bluegrass Seed Company J M Bigstaff and M O Oockrell of Mt Sterling DS Gay of Winchester J S Wilson pf Wookford and Gates by Spears of Paris have been sued in the Montgomery Circuit Court for 15000 each The peti tion alleges that they form a trust and controll the price of blue grass seed and the product in violation of the Kentucky anti trult11ws 4 Kilted Near Winchester ckIlfannear Winchester last Wednesday eveningand Locknane died at a Lexington hospital Thursday a bout one oclock The particu lars in the case are not given to- the public but are now being brought out in the trial Curtis was raised in this coun ty about two miles from this city but moved to Clark county about three years ago When he resided in this county he was a peace able quiet and sober gentleman and everyone here was very much surprised to learn of his getting into such serious trouble Lock nane and Curtis were close neighbors and distantly related to each the above was set in type the examining trial of Mr Curtis bas been completed and released without bail the evil nce show inga clear case of self defense Needs CorroberatloB A newspaper can never very creditably represent a town whose business men don advertise He may how hi 1 i hoarse the vim energy and enterprise of his town butjf his declarations are not backed upfiy a liberal a mount by the business men of he town the world will be slow to take his state r entaa lf moretha- the a unsupportedtestimony of the local newspaper mail to prove to the world that his town is the financial center the business center the best market and the best place on earth tobuy goods his evidence needs corrobora tiou It will pay you to look at our line of Mens Boys and Youths Clothing before making your pur chase Hardwick Co- dtanton rcrz I l I SHIMFESSELSy 1 The Old Reliable PI ceI9 riFor Everything You Need in General Merchandise j GcKKDelivered to All Parts oftheCitjv JI Gounlry Produce Bought and Sold j IAt Share of Your Ph Solicited geI I jI i SHIMFESSELS otherSince braggfngVabout advertising Gnultlake iberal 1cLAy 1 j 7 t i I n I r if 1 r i t joJ t Mr f tif f VVORKINQ GOOD ROADS The nid of the directors of the Kee H Good Roads As eociation gproof that the work fmIf of navigable highways ls plJlg steadily op Just1Jipwjjte nssociation is e specially jb n rned in the Bos WorthVJ roposition for the amendment the Constitution bywhic c ties may levy for rottdbuiIdiHg urposes more than they are nlowjipermitted to do by which may be given undertnin restrictions The adoptiSthat proposition being theJMHcdiate need of the champions offfiood roads the as sociation lvtit from this timeI forth to the tcrsFroIh bend1leffortsone the other there agita tion ate do not U- Ilderstandt1impe of the propo oc gn value of good roads mw kgrii something to their ad vint Any rcaoJle project for the acquisitioni maintenance Of good roil Iryes unamimous support the Farm Life Oommje ptd Presi dent Rooeeiiiitdi its it dwelt wlui discovery that the farce erecaled fprbettorri I Ohe farm r80t the J untry the Jar fed ro d tit as yo their cpifiirinriitieiC floodgood r liich as saying agreat deal The Jack of rciads compels them to endure isolation inconvenience discomfort and money losses i t A writer in he New York Ev euing Po8tgoo fiJ1tostatistiC8 on the subject HejjonBults various authorities an learns that the farmers of the country from properly constructed roads would be able to sae 250000000 a year In the matter of marketing the wheat prop alone the say ing would amoupt to 10000000 in marketing the corn crop over 12000000 and in the cotton aropabodti000000- The writer adds Bad roads restrict education al facilities liput the rural free delivery serviceand prevent the proper developmeut social life in the country J Good roads per mit of grade schbols in the coun try extend therurai freedeliv cry service andsbeck the exodus of young women from the farm lo fheity Already in localities where7 roads have been improved a seg thejnove moat from thercity to the farm Kentuckytrainprsedby a net work of exceUo hways hard and smooth itfiUl kindsofweath er would beaf arw sortof Ken tuoky and shajAgnild bo a more B anr1l1orecontent ed Kontuoky N svet she has been+ OauCi rST1bil Mrs Mary lIP8 liar returned from Fordwliiilehealias ben confined tor a4ii weeks with pulmopary contracted while there woNfeit to her daughteR M castPElkint t r8 k better INiioknessc I t1 A SN1 1Now the Time to Sow If cow peas have one half the value as a soil improver as the agricultural papers claim they have farmers in Powell county have no excuse for having poor land except that the fact has not been proven to them We suggest that every one of our farmers sow this year on some poor land at least one or two a cres It takes only one bushel to the acre so the cost of seed is very light When the pods begin gin to turn yellow the vines should be turned under Some writers say that in doing this we add from ten to fifteen tons of the finest manure to the soil It is worth trying by all Marriage Announcements Mr and Mrs J B Eaton an nounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Graham Eaton to Mr Walter Turner McGuire The wedding will take place at the brides home in this city June 10 Mr and Mrs Frank B Russell have announced the engagement of their sister Miss Grace Rus Bull to Mr Robert Delaware Ot ter both of Louisville The wed ding will take place on June 28 New Magistrate Appointed Governor Willson has appoint ed Richard Morton Justice of the Peace in the upper district m 1 nt recently by Squire ogi iwJ1acou yr Attorney Henry Watson man ager of the local telephon ex chance and a most successful practitioner at the bar has announced for County Attorney of Montgomery county See lineof Walk Over Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the new Spring and Summer styles- Hardwick 00- Stanton Aldrich and the Tariff The Appeal said weeks ago that the tariff bill under discussion was a phony and predicted that after the people had tired of hearing tariff discussed the astute Mr Aldrich would quietly introduce the schedules prepared by the trusts for enactment into law Mr Aldrich has verified our prediction his schedules have hen introduced and are certain of adoption Senator Aldrich dominates the senate as Uncle Joe rules the house When an important cor poration or trust measure is be fore the senate it is the duty of this sagacious old senator to steer a majority of the senatori al sheep into the trust corral and see that they b a hwhen the vote is taken The successful manner in which Aldrich hay handled the trusts tariff inter ests shows conclusively that a small coterie of men dominate legislation and that the great ma jority in both the senate and house are simply barnacles on the United States treasury Under the present capitalist regime it would be far more eco nomical to turn the lawmaking over to the trusts and the su preme court and dispense with the useless horde of timeserving politicans Appeal to Reason Liberty afraid hats fur Men andJJoys in all the n wehapes andeshades Hardwick Co- Stanton HAY FOR SALE 37 Tons of No i Balled Hay Clean of Weeds Old Ky Phone 1541I R P D No6 Chas ILevee 4 Beautiful Line OF MiLLINERY FAT r Prices toSult theTimes MRS W N BUSH Central Hotel Sample Room r r a- L x + r 7 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY ThURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday May 20 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 C Louisville Commercial 75 C Home and Farm 75 SHOULD NOniNATE BEST MEN The Democrats of Kentucky should be unusually careful this year in the character of men they nominate for office The list of independent voters has grown so large that it is no longer possible for a party though a majority party to nominate any sort of then label them with the party device and expect them to win the personality of the candidate is more closely inspected than over before The independent voters hold the Democratic party to a stricter accountability in that respect than they do the Repub lican party The average inde pendent voter in nine cases out of ten will vote for a worse Repub lican before he will for a bad Democrat While the principle upon which he acts is a compliment to the Democratic party it works hard upon election days He expects more of the Demo cratic party in Kentucky than he does of the Republican party and as a matter of fact he has a right to do so for the Democratic par ty as a whole in this State has all Republicangood citizenship It is conse quently subjected to the severest test Its candidates are more searchingly examined and its policies more generally discussed It suffers for the slightest error it frequently suffers when it has committed no error If the independent voter bolter mugwump- or other nondescript suffragist finds the slightest real or imagi iJlUffault with the Democratic party he usually shuts his eyes and seeks his solace m voting the Republican ticket And yet however much we may condemn his judgment and good sense we must yet admit the significance of his action and seek the remedy Success at the polls is not necessarily a clean bill of health suffi cient to pass quarantine to a can didate or to a party The first thing a party or a candidate should do before going to the polls is to deserve success Frankfort State Journal It is now medby some Re publicans of the county that as we have a Republican majority in the Fiscal court we are sure to have a turnpike in the county from one end to the other We have due respects for Squire Wm Davis than whom Powell county never had a better Magistrate We are not acquainted I with Squire Morton and shall say nothing derogatory to the Fiscal court majority until we learn more about its constitu ency But as to the turnpike propo sition which etninated from oth er lips than either of the two honorable Republican magis trates we wish to remind our readers that John Langley is promised to build us pikes and think it a waste of time and money for the Fiscal courttoytake 1 this matter up + Joim says he wants to go back to Congress we guess to finish up his pikes Fred D Warren managing ed itor of the Appeal to Reason at Girard Kan who personally of fered a reward of 1000 for the turn of Taylor and Finley to Kentucky two years ago has i New Millinery I JUST OPENED A FINE Milliner Stove + ON 6th AVENUE w And can fit You up in Ladies Plisses and Childrens 1 HATS at the LOWEST PRICES Ranging from s 25c 50c 75cp S- w The BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY e Calland See Me MRS flATT CON LEF3 been conviotbd fomiio use of the mails in maki gttckoffer and now must payja ehalry He was tried bdforoaRepubllcan Federal si by a jury every oneotwbiof Republicans Is it any Bonder Per sons from this p1v had Better know what tney iredoingwhent- hey offer such rewards for fugitives from jjiiiitico- This paper sndeavoringtog- ive its patrons the best service that is possible rto give and all that the patronage will permit Our paper is being frequently complimented Tmiufii appearance and the amount and kind of mat ter it contains O citizens can make the rstm more effct ive by libernllypatronage bqth in subscriptions a advertising The paper will alw endeavor to aieref the patronage terCatarrh Canaotlbe Cured with Local Appioations as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh ie a blood qi constitutional disease and in orderto cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is takes internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces falls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by on j of the best physicians in this o ntry for years and is a regular prescription It is composed Of thobewettnnicRknown- combint d with ht bcet brood puri fiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The combination of the two ingredients is what produces sucJiwonderful results in cur lag cntnrrhSent f4i testlponial free It 1J CIIANEYgfcieO Props Toledo 0 Sold ts 75c tTakestipalhin w Millinery new and uptodate See us before buying Hard wit k ic Co Stanton M 2 al iVlFrtlilliUMtPttM seedstteed to Ppue KrerrQtHlcoerina PIaUrlIIoul4 teat ajiMUr merit of OUr Northern Grown se- ldSPIfLIt IIFORt s lOo7T i as- INerrlnww 10 I 1 eWnwlq t1lr7 rat ilrlrrbe f i pin hlloto IU 01 rat 10- LL rf rrbtlQdII0d II Write teUrl 8+ 4 1ona tDlp pnsnpaeklBf u nnlra tbobort to nlL t with oat K w nd n IroNn Budn 0140 GREAT NOBT11KHN SEED CO 1383 hose St Kockford IlllnoU WWYYr1Y1NY N of N r J Fruit and Ornamental THE i i fitEyerythingf Ocrhard Lawn and Garden Wit forF REEI B H F Hillenmeyerfic Sons LEXINGTON KY IJ 1oA WrE DRINTJ B iaad- sCtacial of t irknGhe PNe IF PRINfICL yOS ITS IEtRtGllif I 7f rt- u r- a Y t e rt I i r t Jjt JUST RECEIVED 10 f A Nice Assortment of I wf j Embroideries Laces j s The Seasons Newest Creations J YOU SHOULD SEE THEM 4 L MRS I W WiIIiariis11- 1 zU 4 t c t J i The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls AncLFlakiest Biscuit l k Are Made When You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride lois z 4 L t Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Jf Sold by our Leading Merchants THE RAPID Folding GoGart combines comfort durability and appear ance atthe lowest possible price consistent with motto Nothing toogood for the baby We also manufacture ThompB Folding Crib Sanitary comfortable convenient durable and economical Ask dealer to show you a FoldfncrGoiCart and Thompsons Fold Crib both qlwhich are necessary articles for ling baby pne motion CollapslbleCart made If your dealer does not I 1 tese two articles Wrlteusdirectforprccand circulate f I MIIIAWAKAFGUIlUICAIIIAIECGJMIlIlaWHII liI J 1II I The Quahty Print Sht AnORicc Thoroughly EgwppedfortheProdueion of ran l Pmted Work r BURGHER Prep 1JE No 21I jJtf I Printing 11 1 I j The Clay City Times 50c a Year 1 1 r ir i I S Y r 4- d t t i w ThLETIME St e AN AtfL HOMEMADE PAFKR r i THURSDAY May 20 1900 LOCAL BREVITIES I Drink wAIN C01TS UOXA KOLA r Mrs L W Jewell is visiting relatives at Oynthiana Miss Patsey Bush attended the funeral of her cousin W R Lock rfano at Winchester Friday Elder Albert Easter returned Saturday from an extended business mission in Boyle Lincoln and Oasey counties T N Rich is now in the em ploye of SwannDay Lumber Company and is now located at the Beattyville mill Misses Grace and Blanche Shearer Dillard Estes and Curl Garrett were guests of Miss Lula Mae Bowman Sunday Alfred Holman formerly of this city is now located at Fort Oosewell N 0 where he orders the Times to his address for two years i Farmers nave had most favor able weather for several t days to plant corn and they have made good use of it many being done planting Miss Nettie Patterson formerly matron of the Orphan Home has resigned her positfbnin the Jackson school and gone to St a iLouis Mo She was the guest off W N Bush of this city a few days last week f j Our Spring Goods are nowin It ift will pay you to see them Hardwick Co- Stanton r4 t Prof 0 W Campbell Preach erteacher hasbeen called to the care of the Christian church at Lebanon Junction He will also touch the city school there at a salary of 1200 for the term of nine months He Was in the city this week and hud the remainder- of his Household effects shipped there Mrs Campbell when they lived here was in very poor health but is now recoveredand hearty Smasher all Records As an all round laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can compare with Dr Kings New Life PiUTley tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify r the blood strengthen the nerves cure tlon Dyspepsia Bi- liousnessJaundlceHeadache Chills and Malaria Try them 25o at tin druggists h The whitewash season is here and a recipe to make white wash that willnotcrumble oil may be of use to some one who reads this It is the formula us- ed i by UucleSam at the various government works Ten parts of freshlyslacked lime and one purl of hydraulic cement Mix ell vith salt vator and apply t1411 t4 Kills tp Stop the Fiend fl 1 The worst foe for 12 years of John DeyeofGludVln Mich was a I inpingulcer lie puid doctr 40000 without iTeneflt ThenI t IIucklens Arntbli Salve killed tie f Iicoranaoared him Qijres Fever r j Sores Boils Felons Eczema Salt lbieum Infallablefor piles Burns q t caldsrCUt5iQO ns rr 4 c id sr r T i U A furniture store in a Ken tucky town runs this standing advertisement = MiuryTho girl Well furnish The llOln A competitor runs this one Get a divorce Well buy your old furniture Lived 153 Years Wm ParrEnglands oldest man marriedtbe third time at 120 work in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should btu youthfulat SO James Wrtpht of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young tl feel just like a IGyearold boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bit ters For thirty years kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try them 60c at all druggists Today is circus dny in Olay Oity and every little boy and girl in town are just as jolly as the clowns will be in the afternoon Many groin up people will be there just to take the children It is a true saying that ua little fun now and then is relished by the best of men Our readers are urged to read the advertisements appearing in this paper and then patronize the firms there represented They are all reliable is our firm belief Wont Slight a Good Friend r tIf I eyer need a good cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mis A L Alley of Beals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing its excellent results in my own family and others Iam convinced it is the best medicine made for Coughs Colds and Lung Trouble Everyone who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaOrippe SoreThroat pain in chest or lungs its gurpremo fiQc and 81 00 Trial bottle free Guar anteedbyal1rlrugglsts WIr YOUR woaL IIUJJ H2jFURS I GwmgGoldeaSeal youIhanReference any Bank itf Louisville Write for we ce list and aMp ping tags Welutnlshwool bags free M 8ABEL SONS CTHU HUI IN teas 228 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY IIIIIION LAWN FENCE f I ttnetotInor7nrtla 1111 bur P1UIlJO Yrito for Rlalul 1trrIUNION FENCE CO DeKulb111 Keini a City Mo t o S iL eMtOWJSKCSSOCCEEDI t SPECIAL OFFER Nail fbti6 Div ButifM A trial wil- lFa6 yea 1i neat 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infant and leaves no after affects- A few of the many testimonials we have received PoedsrsLazoonarely I I I writesNotbingllkeyonrieneAlgaHeadache I They have cured or Periodical Head aches Would not be without them Mr W B Pearl Waseca Minn writes AlgaHeadache druggistsWrite SALLADE CHEMICAL CO Fond du Lao WIs a J men to deeds of violence The lie will recoil upon its authors unimpeachabletruthz occasIOn moves the subject of it to frenzy und murder Get Meeks is guilty of wilful insinuatingthatsponsible being On the contrary the editor is constantly on trial before the bar of public o compening menJSind women or to de1tro his newspaper by forfeiting public confidence He carries a burden unlqunlled or profession Ho discharges a trusteeship for thepublio and is hold to the most accounta hilityCHRISTIANGNDI3AVOR Following is Program for Chris Linn Endeavor Society Sunday evening May 23rd Topic Lessons from the Birds and Flowers Leader Mrs Williams Organist Mrs Tom Mounts Doves and Purity Shelby Martin Eagles and Strength Ex 040 Thomas Rose Vultures and Corruption Matt 24 2328Gco Fletcher The Hose and Beauty Song of Sol 217Buford Estes The Lily and Purity Song of Sol 01 3 911 Mollie Johnson 7 MuttIOBenllio Tho Flower I know Best anti what it Teaches meLee Rich I My Favorite Bird and its Lifes Lessons to me Ettu Roberts How do the Flowers Teach us a Lesson Against Worry Shelby Burgher How do Flowers Provide Maude Warmouth The Futility of Worry Mrs AM + Power fFl lItlNlrll Ricli t Beiiediction SPOUT SPRING- D s MeKinney fri urWin chester was here last week James Winn of Wiseman town was here this week doing somo surveying fur Eld G W Melntosh and John T Wright Captain Davis cud ThosMc Kinney have thin week moved tliuirsaw millUi tITe Fox place where they will saw a boundary if timber Moses McKinney hail a valua ble mule to get tanjrled in the rein of a hulter nee ninht last week aiuLwus so badly injured that it later die- dUnion Hal Win Miller is clerking for S M Mnpel tC Son Everett Tipton is working fi r lush ilptim this season William Mclntosh went fo Ir vini Tuesday on busines- sFieltlingBiinks Bought of Mart ill Rogers tau sit cis and one cow for 00- Thunlas IlenderfiOn at tenrle regalar lneetilCatlilltatllutStain Sunday Several boys herearoscn- i di this week while itis ttlVet o plow tt iiIhlIII Adtttns nf Strntlhfiirl vas the glfest th1ii1tgtlsut this plate Tuesday v t Joseph Burnett tMSpoil tSiiriiigi risiteij ffieiMlaalulrelutiVtiSJfere 1 test ilays lust week j1Rioluird Aiiiims is craipTjig with liifhritthtr1311 Aliiion tlu d+viukCreek Ihisrensni J iJ After havingo mad lie Couldntsarali begins to toast of liii4lerful s1 control QualitySaolshe now shad lasts Ba k Co- Stanton ICy raos s siof bsbe R AIRVI DPH- Y81OlAIAN oLAVpr KY- B R SJM TH M D- PHY8ICIAIANB 8UROEON CLAY oir KY I R CW ttGH Attorney fi CmjnselloraLavv TANTON 1t KENTUCKY s General Pr ctJc ItCourts of the COmriioflwealtli I Any limernHK r is Bliss Time Keep a box of Bliss Native 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