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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i u ti TII t4i t ir rD JL Y l CIT it 1 J TIMESh t 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to Wp Clij Cit ji tlpDrrflanJing Country and Onrselves lrC Hunjhcr Jr Publisher VOL 7JJAYOlYl KT fRt SDAY JULY 3 1902 NO 27 I M A Big nQdnotiol1 on Ladies Misses and Cnildrens Capes Jackets and Furs We have on hand ajstock of above goods which We are closing out At Cost If you want any goods in this line cheap call and purchase before the stock is picked over We also have a few Overcoats which i we will sell At Cost to close the lot also a few pair of Heavy Boots for Men rind Boyb on the same terms Dont forget the place Shinteel Walton RBbIAN B MFG Go Winchester vKy We MaQufacture Sash Flooring do rtl Ceilln BU ds tVeatberboarding r Varandas Staitwayt e nd Eictt l1 j Mi lrr- r us Keed Xort Kelp Often the overtaxed organs of digestion cry out for help by Dys pepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gentle thorough and to cure 25 o at Clay City Lbr de Stave Co Some people are like postage stamps without mucilage they dont stick li A Man Lie To You And say some other salve oint ment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Buckle a Arnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of piles Burns Boils Corns Felons Ulcers Cuts Scalds Bruis es and Skip prove its the best and cheapest City Lbr Stave Co Some men have a talent for mak ing money while it is just a habit with others tevei A WoaaILiIt To have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Craj g of Dorchester Mass For yeanfshe had endured untold misery from a severe lung trouble and obstinate cough Often she writes iI could scarcely breathe and some times could not speak All doctors and remidies Jailed till I used Dr Kngs New for Con sumption and was cur Colete I Throat iwiXa Tr0uble seed thw for itnever disapoiRte Curf ifl by 6lay City ibr Stave Co y t o It i i I r We are tBuildinFel ROfing iHnto lIto fiin t- andE t r It Send Your Estimates Promt Shipments complaints guaranteed Eruptions 25catC5ay Discovery completely edjPafferersfrom Choujyas grandremedy guaranteed Jfeadquarter Hon F A Hopkins Speaks at Frenchburg Hon F A Hopkins Democrtic Candidate for Congress spoke at Frenchburg on Wednesday June 18 luring circuit court to n large and appreciative audience By his manly blaring he made n deep and lasting impression upon their minds and left many friends to wish hiin success Ho is a fine speaker uptodate qn current issues and the equal of any man in the district on the stump or in the forum Although his speech was strong nnd forcible in the arraignment of the Repub lican party and its methods in fuv oring trusts monopolies cop cn offavbrlismtQ pONvers as well as its friijufifle ahdinhumau assaults upon ajielp less mdun ff nding pco 1e whose only crimeis tlier lovfeof and de sire for liberty still ifcWVsb fair and iree from abuse tliatth Re pulilicnns present coulS not tae 91e 18 t he said but weriaE so impresseofwith his candor 1Ul asoi1 tlwt piauyrojf them Went oaker tn Iheir faith than they were beforethey heard theseplain and telling truths Suc 81eec esarecafciliifed to do much good for the cause of Democracy for they not qnly strengthen the convictions of pur own people but catch the ear arid fcjlSress itlQ rtlasqii ofmany think J gIWp ujblicaHsv who desire fair tandMVtheir party alone couid promote this end bu tnow begin to realize that their idols pan no r l e v c i o h 1tr tedfrd upon their sliI cess ilfi Ieod th welI f eQfI t e look IenIp t ler and Mr Kin nf forces were lead by HR Beckner who was n goldbug pepublican and the joint powers voted to unseat Fitzpatricksfldwegates without the shadow oOfelit for doing so COllsisteh f hid8 the Judge from claiiningnfiat which he de nied Fltz ntrf k in 1808 He Is niakitig house to house canvas of theclJi trlct visiting the houses of thepi or as well us the well todo and udyingthe needs of all those who 11 he will repre sent lndltJ iiigt strange to say frum at ov M district the word conies that Ij Q choice of the lplcriwh Ku Peo tlfnt no combine 8hil Prql the conven tion and d fen ifl1l as in this way alone do his most sanguine opponents hope to detent him Ths being an off year aiid there being no other oflicfr to elect the burden of the campaign will have to be borne by the candidate aiid i for that reason the Democrats should look well to their interests and see that they place their ban nor in the hands of one who is able and willing by an active aggress ive ganvas to carry it to victory and fully holdup and increaseour majority and thereby mnke the election of our Judge find State j Officers easier next year While jon the other hand a slow drng ging campaign will be followed by diminished majority making fresh burdens for the party in coming elections Nominate Mr Hopkins and it is nil over hut the shouting for no Republican in the District will want the nomination against him as that one cannot meet him on the stump or anyj where else and this pleasant winning canvas he is now making will be followed up until the polls are closed in November nnd its result will be counted in an in creased majority for the Demo cratic party Jit Sterling Ad vocn tee Dont FailTo Try Thla Whenever an honest trial in giv en to Eectric Hitters foraty trouble it in recommended for a permanent curt will ctirely be effected It nev er failes lo tone the Btomnch regu late the kMneyp and bnwlpp stimu lute the liver invigorate till nerves land puryfy the blood Its a won uriim niniu fur iiiiiuimii ojnunn Electric Hitters positively cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Stom ach disorders Nervousness slrrp NeurolghIguaranteed by Clay City Lbr Stave Co Only f0 cents Ch CIt K Feb 81902 f each kind of heavy Winter hich we cunnnt atfnrd to car ruits and Odd Pants Ladies ind Boys Underwear Lndies Indies Heavy Dnss Skirts id Misses Shoes Comforts et first choice You may name on the needs of the publiu that we line of Homemade Collins Also n Baskets in both white and black aim any jnay need fn Mens and Womens Robes CLAYeiTY KY 44 Z Virden We are having plenty of rain R L Daniel vns in our town Monday on business Aunt Lylie Fisher and son Tom visited Win Fisher Satur day and Sunday StrauderTolenof St Joe Mo was visiting friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday Come again Strauder Mr Charley Kwin will teach the public school at this place He will begin teaching about the third Monday in this month Mies Grace Cooke of Williams burg and E It Hines of Clark county were pleasant guests at G D Cookes Saturday and Sun day Abuer D MoPherson wife and little son of Maysville were vis iting at West Bend Monday and Tuesday Abb had ye correspon dent to have the TIMKS sent to him We wish the TIMHS great 1i11 lCSS eftl liThe Balance Look iiiciilo your wutcli moment The hiihmce wheel isinrhnjj Itf0 0 vihriition nil h UP if ii in JIl condition If the movemei is shin ltih tlieren Konielliinn wrong ll wlllll111t1 Jm inileci in n yenr Him reiires Kw then onetenth of u droj of till to nuike it run Hut t wed tlint llttlu Imdly rhe lenst lc vet Mfrictliii on lle lienrhiK ltur the inotfon Diinttiikoclinnceii 11 HIP olemi nnd 1JlllllldJIIII yourwnt1 1 In order for n uiy jrii sntisfy you IWEBB theJeweler rrAV CITY JEWELLS beyond all price in the commercial world are Ilte rity anll Responsioilily I Our last Puhlishml Statement which we will gladly mail you es tablishes beyond all question the fact thitt your account will be con servatively looked after if placed here Clay City National Bank CJy City Ky IHOFICSSIONAL CAllUS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQCON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLBPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY DrrC B DICKSON DENTIST crAY ci IT Iq I THE TRIES v 9 1T1l rrUIILISIIKO EVERY T1IUU8UAY L B Burgher Jr Iublishcr u Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass wait matter Thursday July a 1002 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged clubrates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 C Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS Wc are authorized toannounco liON F A HOPKINS of Floyd county a candidate for Congress in the 10th Con gressional district subject to the action of the Democratic party CIRCUIT CLKR- KVareauthorizedto announce Mr candidatePowell County subject to the action of the Democratic part- ySPOUTSPRING Miss Annie Burgher is down with heart trouble Mrs Oscar Milton is down with a severe attack of fever Jns A Fox of Winchester is in this vicinity on business Several young people from this plnce visited Natural Bridge Sun day y DMcKinney was in Clark county the first of the week on bush 1hCSSP+ PilrisiisBurton WG Patrick and Jas jS ilci Kimvey attended Circuit Courta Irvine Monday p afl avta JJas F McKinne ought of Allen JDXpound at4centsteers vs rrr at Dir iiYneyand fildeYfr S BurgH jpfliabS3i business lirfp to Stanton Wednesday r- Bfij Foxof Ruckervillij was hereATonday aildt bought afmnrli of jiogs pt J flatty wsoiyqlO cts B S fiurgrher Jiiip I urchosad n faroof 220 nFresrrjjmielLocknllno nea l nthestXnt U0 M per acre Mrs Rachef Kindof Iowa who has been here qn n visit to relatives for some weeks has re turned home r1 Miss Josio Dawson and cousin Ernest Elkin visited the formers brother J H Dawson the first of the week Mr and Mrs John W Dawsnn returned to their home at Mil lers Creek Monday after a weeks visit to relatives James H Dawson our clever merchant and posthiaster has bought the Lewis Pigg place lIt Rabbittown for t050 A postofllce has been establish ed near Kimbrells Chapel about two miles from this place called Kimbrell W G Patrick iS lost postmasterEd Forks about ten lays ago by by his brother Lee is nit thoughtfor16 I vn C tated the shooting came up over their mothers estate rSLAtug circulated as a means oU lecting funds to repair theold dilapidated school house instead of building a new one as was first proposed We favor the building of a new school house as the law provides by taxation but we first last and all the time believe in the board of legal trustees ruling as the law provides and we as sure you that we will never at any time attempt to hinder their actions when honestly serving in that capacity as thepreseht board is Yetuntil final action is taken by this board we will continuo to strongly advocat the building of a new and commodious school house such as would reflect cred it on our progressive community To us it seems almost a Waste of of time and money to attempt tq repair the old building but nev er under any circumstances should any ono try to prevent the trustees from honestly and conscientiously performing what they consider best for the whole district It is amusing to us to hear some plead the baby act saying we cant pay for a new school house There are several individual taxpayers in this district who could build the school house alone and never feel the sting in their pocketbook In this issue appears the an nouncement of Hon F AHop kips for Congress Mr Hopkins is a man worthy mall competent to fill theoflice and is conducting his canvass on fair and honorable principles The Democrats of this district cult not select a bet ter man and we believe he will be nominated at West Liberty July 24 toWear5JnI1eP Andrew Johnsonwas convicted and sentenced toten enrsitithc penitentiary for the killing of Bud Abney in the Estill Circuit Court J Back on Time When Sim Dezarn killed Louis Stores in Estillcountytwo years ago J H Thomas was present and implicated nnd indicted i iiI the Irvine Circuit Court To a yoid a sensational arrest and con finement in jail he loft teState going to Cincinnati Ho has re turned to Irvine where he hits been promised an inimediatejtri al v i JIIioto BegIn Trfe mncTtinor fft1hal Oil upth9jroadIrithly Fields to theoil fields the follow ing day Work will probably be fewdigsearth hits in store in that section The work of drilling will he in tho hands of Mr Dunham a prac tTenloU man formerly front nnsyivania and later of the Knox county oil fields He lugs liked the ground thoroughly and feels satisfied that oil exists jimntifiLMjjlhe be drilledan O Out Lullegrud creek above the Oil spring the second on fhefarm of l1v P Ware near the base i Tilot Kiiob and the thirdwpn 7JHJ John Swope place near the plgns well f The jLexington O inpany strucl ItIJ l of s t ie pasta eokni l arein sigh sii- iIll over their prospects W in = Democru i I 4J 4 JfEves tslfilirelTaiid glasses ucciir t1ml fl tlpW T Webb 11 y tKS496 ju HOWI THIS We offer Oriel Hundred Dollars forrany caw if Catarrh that cannot be Burred YlIials Catarrh Cure EJ Qd Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney f9rJhe last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fi nancially obletoparry out any obU gationt made by their firm Vest k Truax Wholesjle Druggists Toledo 0 alaina Kfnna Marvin Whole sale Druggist U Halls Oatar s taken ink sernallyon the blood theI systEFe 1 e the greei o the theloutsideFor 30c in stamps will mull u full trialof Wilson s Tobacco Cure Never fatltVrite to Corp Wit son Cnlerttx It is a jetacousolatiou to those who wVirlBrbut not ren JJ to know that the + fault lies in a de generate pubiicjtaste i m 9 I iSee our Iineoff6tmple8 for suits B Littlepnge ccs d ConsunippfT Cured Easily lj the Filipino Method A A soldier whoneiitiitwo in the liihfltliplnes usoeiiveretland iConsuUlption proofIfree from il COItlt 111Ga o1inej g I 3 jtnd 12 Jjl11lfpopr T- Test hnnwn1ow r for farfners RIfJ othprs The reRon v ch thIParerflprnid isddriea by a lTaganZngtne F L CHASHAGA l yINCEHSl1E liSTr n r y 1i tr i hL 1 k- Y i r Z Y 1 J W Henry respectfully announces to the public that lie Is a dMfndwilUrer Jlhting1 hot grlPhs I havenot been at the gallery regular for three months but the warm weather has drawn the rheumatism away for a time Conic and havo your pictures made I will do you goodshonest v ikmd hiy prices are as loir rife call be duality of work considered Speeialattention vAiJo bit given to i all pictures left in my wire to be copied and enlarged Come at oncer f JIVITENRT jJ tWANt I SeyeraliwrsoTis of ch rtCfter and goodrOpntntton endi state one in this county required to repre sent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Sala ry18 00 weekly with expenses addi tional all payable In cash each Wednes day direct front head offices Horse and 7carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose se1rnddrEssedT stamped envelope Manager 310 Cax tonBulldlng Chicago ift iiR 5 1 10t to f I JttEl l 4Jw t i h g 0A 4 ii I I irom now till the 4th of JUIAt we will sell everyt Binv r LJOllr Immense Stock of SUMMEIIG06US ltGrentl Rtdiwecl- j Price including Dimities LnwnsOrgandies Piques India Linnns Battle Embroideries Laces Trimmings Millinery Goods Ready wear and Trimmed Hats tens and Boys Glothihg 1ct Cost BIG CUT in PRICES on SHOES and SLIPPERS of all kinds BrOV1LUESLITILE PRICESj I Come early for we are making prices to move the goods 1 sol 4 lrMrs il WxWILLI MSJ 4ahtcjv+ah + sIr rr y r y Glay City Ky l i l The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls r And Flakiest Biscuit t Are llnlcVhOJl Y01JtHC utPearl and BakeraPride lourxTa- ke I A no Other Every Sack Guaranteed lm tI MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAilLES KY r- r 0cSoTIbflr Lending Merchants 7 a 724 t rc Dr B Littlepage Sth1 j I Dealers Inx Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Oil t Paints and Etc x tt tI i Prescriptions cnfffiilly compounded and if we have not got what you want will get it for you on short notice r you DEAF ANYI 1I HEAD NOISES 1 I I OFtrDEAFNEsSIOVl CURABLE tbyes those born deaf are incurable HEAD IMMEDIATELYf fBALTIMORE Md March jo io j j nowgwexoiiaAMnt 1iV 7earsao atysttabegatostagaadthlckeptongettingworkuutl111aetysoyhearing In iI underwent atreatmeat1o eat rrli for three months without any success consulted a aura lher of plrytldatM among others the tabst eminent of this told me that 1 only an operation could tqe i and even that temporarily that the head noises would then cease but the hearingIn theallecledear would be forever Xr treatment f ii to after five weeks hearing in thedlxaaedcarhubeenentirely reitored I thank yon Iheartllyaadbeztoremalti 1 N Fr A WERMAN 7308 Broadway Md iii ii ONr treatment doeset Ine1frewifk your usual dcbupsHo j adcefreeYOU CAM CUBE YO1JISELF AT UUh NOME1teRU1Y Jf x ln 1 IIiI LiNATIIMALAY1AL CLlMlV 396 LA IALLEAYE AHILLf 6f fi y t ti 1 I fi J ytT a M t r arr Z VJJfC 1 t t V N 1tl4 10 lI i6 L x6 1 r 2Lu X THE TIMES 4 AN ALL HOMEMADE 1 APED THURSbAY JULY 31902 LOCAL BREVITIES Billie our devil who gets all FiFor this morning Is loud ill hiscryf Hs TLMEB for Fourth of JulyTumorrow he says Old Glory will And theflame he adores he can not tell Shall be filled to the brim with both piesohumor for fear he may die And swap his place on the TurKs for one Mrs W R Cassidy went to Winchester Wednesday Thomas VAnce of Spruce was in town Monday Pastor J H Pence was in Win- Chester Monday on business Mr and Mrs AJ Martin of Kosslyn are in town today Jas A Fox of Winchester was here yesterday on business MrsJtfinnie Wade of Winches ter was Visiting here yesterday Frank Gordon visited Winchester Saturday night and Sunday Mrs J 6 Easter who has been very sick for several days is some better 0 L McClure visited his pa rents at Winchester Saturday night and Sunday MissesShark andTurtleof Iron ton Ohio are visiting the family of 0 W Russell ai Y ofvtrd H was kn town yesterday and gavethi office a most ngreeablecall 00 Daniel and daughter Miss Kate are visiting J M Daniel of Winchester this week J B Eaton and family who have been visiting at Frankfort for several days returned Satur dayHenderson Conlee yhoiB clerk ing in S D Roses store has re turned to his old job after a weeks vacationTomorrow theglorious FQurth As usual Clay City will havo a picnic Both white and black will have entertainments Mr and Mrs Rash Mr and Mrs Griffith of Winchester were the guests of their fatherinlaw J D Williams the first of the week O V Russel of this place who r was sawing at Ford when taken sick was brought home Monday We are glad to say he is some better Thq City Council met in regu lar session and transacted the regular routine of business Noth ing of special importance came before the body t Mrs Peggie Brink and two grand daughters Misses Mabel and Nellie Ewen of Stanton were visiting the family of Noah Rose the first of the week There will be no Childrens Day exercises at the Christian Church as has been previously announced in these columns The program has been called off Mr D R Tevis Secretary Richmond Elks Fair and Garni val Association has our thanks f9ra complimentary ticket to ii 0 t 0 k 1 1m7 theTrsplendid fair which meets July 14 to ifl Cut this out and take it to any dealer in patents medicine and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets The best phyMc Tleyatlo correct disorders of the stomach1jrlceCents Cols Brock Campbell a hand sdmo ydiihg bachelor of Irvine Estill county is mixing with the dlutlsels of Clay City and vicinity this week The Col is prospect irigSQnrething better than Hilt Miss Pearl Newman of Estill county will teach the school at the Todd school house and Miss Myrtle Johnson has been employed to teach on Black crock AH the schools are fast being taken upSJ 0 0 Law one of Stanton prominent citizens died at tha place Saturday Burial in th Stanton cemetery Sunday Funeral services were conducted bj Pastor J H Pence before inter ment Noonecan properly enjoy themselves this warm weather unless they have something cool to serve their stomach Easters is the place to get all that is needed in this line Ice cream soda water confectionery and etc Sam Billings Furnace champion pomologist of Eastern Kentucky was in the city this week Sam has charge of one of the thriftiest young orchards in the state numbering about teifthous and thrifty young fruit trees One of the hardest rains and storms that has visited this sec tion for years fell here Monday morning The river was swelled- considerablybut it did not get as high as it would have gotten if it hadrained up the stream as hard as it did here During the heavy electrical storm which visited this place last night several circuits of the electric light plant were burned out and the buildings affected remained in darkness the remain der of the night This isthe first accident of this kind that hits happened this year The revival did not continue till Sunday as we were impressed but came to a close last night Two accessions to the chUrch were obtained at the last service It is to be regretted that Bro Green could not stay with us longer as good results from his preaching were beginning to bo manifested M Bailey hoe received his gas oline engine and will connec same to his grist mill tomorrow This means of power is niucl more convenient and a great den cheaper than steam power tlit kind that Mr Bailey has been using The engine is twelve horsepower and as before stat ed is one of the famous Hagan make I I 7 TA s Vegetation of all kinds never lookedbotteroriiealhier than at- thepreseptytime If the season contiriUis 8 corn and all kinds bfsfe1edusltuf will be very cheap and plentiful this fall Wo trust Bucrrwillube the case for itis hard living iQijpiftxtrypubHshers when bread Muff is soilighi as ithas been this Yehr- Rev W W Green of Wilmore is still conducting the revival at the Methodist church Brother Green isdoingsomo etrohgpreach ing Such preaching is always agreeable tothe Christian people but ci1 hearers are doubtless nqtrso taken yeti is the truth nridtney must acknow ledge it to be so however hard for them it maybe Wheat harvest is on hand in the bluegrass counties The yield is said to Be light and the quality good The Teachers institute will be held at Stanton text week When referred to in nst issue this time was not L decided up on Ile ahem B Rob ace Looms lets not only carrel 0- 1ach the stom but regu the liver and bowies They OK easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents per box For sale by all dealers in patent medicine The But Liniment for Stnini Mr F H Wells the merchant at Deer Park Long Island N Y says 1ahvaysrreeomond Chamberlains Pain Balm ns the best lini meat for strains I used it last win ter for a severe lameness In the side resulting from strain und was greatly Pleased dl the quick reo lief and cure te For sale by nil dealers in nedlcine Judge W M eckner is spoken of as a Republican candidate for Congress from this district The Judge was elected by time Demo crats to Congress to fill out time unexpired term ut D C Lisle deceased and after he was beaten in the convention for the Dem cratic nomination for the next term he ceased to affiliate with his old party and turned to be a Republican Of such is a large portion of the latter named party composed M The w od reputation fatyou des J Isely t s w rill ed85 farm near Im withoil to a short of the top The owners of 1 I were much surprised as itways been considered a dryjtell Time people df Clay City were also sur prised Tuesday t learn that Dr Elmer Nortlicutt the gentleman now drilling for till ut the mouth reopenedtheschool house and found the well toibe filled to thirty feel of the with pore oil of excel lent quality Some excitement was produced the discovery and the well wilkperhaps be ful ly developed t11 Ifs 11 11rV Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them right and they can depend upon getting everything they need lit liv ing prices We want youi produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We are now co lucting n general store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store WeAre InTheTimber Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanlmrk and Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pity the CASH when your wagon is unloaded Dont Trade until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores at both places A E BARNETT a SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY Summer complaint is unusunlly prevalent amonr children this sea- Son A well developed case in the writers family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem todyonl ofthe best patent medi cines manufictured and whici is always kept on hand at the home of ye puiibo This is not intendel as a free puff for the company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may nut be withen easy access ofn physician No family should be without II bot tle of this medicine in the house especially in BUlllmertfmeIIIII- sing Iowa Journal For sale by all dealers in patent medicine DIED Mrs Mary Jane Denckson the mother of J B and Judge Geo M Derickson died at time homo of her soninlaw J M Daniel at Winchester Friday Burial at Stanton Saturday Mrs Der ickson was 75 years old and a good Christian woman The Same Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience similar to that which has happened in almost every neighborhood in the United States and Las been told and retold by thousands of others He pays Last summer I had nn attack of d8entlrynnd purchased a bottle Chamborlaans Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according to dircctians and with entirely satisfaction results Time trouble was controlled much quicker than the former attacks when I used other remedies Mr Kelly in a well known citizen of Henderson N C For sale by all dealers in patent medecine Some people spend enough time grieving over spilled milk to buy a whole cow r Sold Toy all wsdealersI Furnish Monthlytoatlloreteof Mutle a TMt Tolurae Nw Compositions by the molt popular author Si takes or Piano posio 10 5on II Initrumenttl 21 Complete Pieces for Plans end 22 PSISJ of Mutlcal Literature Once a Month for 25 Cents Yearly Subscription 200 Six Months 100 to one year 70n gdnearl7 800 Page of MUlle- eomprlalDK t5J Complete Fleets for the Piano If bought In any mUllo store at onebalf oil would coitfC300 If yon win send uthename indaddttuof Flv perform en on the Piano orOrfanwewlllicnd fouaumplecopy Fres J W PEPPER Publisher Eighth a Locust SU Phllidslphls P- aM BAILEY Merchant ani Co- slomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh GrounJ Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole For SaleBoiler anJ Engine 10horno power boiler and engine iu first class running order also an 18in buhr grist mill A bargain Call on or address M Bailey Clay City Ky 720 No man everaccomplished any great things without attending to small matters The TIMES forthe news t r- I J i cr r i o r y f r t j cjt t i Nal + N v 1 lLym44Ybra t THE Bankfift IXCOKPORATED 5 N H WiTiiERsroox Eres Capital Stock 200000 Surplu620QJO ve solicit the accounts of individ uals firms nnd corporations 642 Courier ouriral I Z TI41 GIfA 1v 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL is the best paper published in the United States for Democrats oil renders It is the equal of mans DaTes and the superior of all other SemiWeeklies henry WnttllonEd 11 or The AVedne ny issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent freoOn application Address COURIERJOURNAI CO LOUISVILLE JVI By Special Arrangements You can get THE TIMES And th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournal tiIlione Year fokOiily One DollarTh- isis for cash suusrriiptiohs only All subscriptions under this combina tion oiler must be sent through this office MAKES CHILDBIRTH EASY The most sacred responsibility of iiomans existence lathe approaching Ume of mother hood She feels most Us duties and trials and In the early stages of expectancy- Is burdened with a sene anxiety and foreboding Vomiting and sickness occur with frequency especially In the- morning which aflectcnf the fem- Inine or anlsm It if wholly furthenllef- of this wetness and romlting that u MotheriiiefffO I t Is specially prepared Motherlne1 Is not a patent the of a skllled and educated specialist In the Held of womens diseases no poisons or dangerous drug but is a purely vegetable simple remedies and Is harmless Motherine No2 4 Is without doubt tjiepreatest remedy known to medical science for reducing the ordeal of couttiiLmem It acts as a ent exerting powerful tonic and alterative Inlluenco upon the uterus and generative or reducing the labor and at birth In a marvellous degree ftlotherlne No 2 is a Godsend to women and no woman rv conllnemeutMotlierlne 2 are sold In separate packages They are packed In cartons containing 60 doses at llCO or In size of II doses at CAlc AEIAMIt each of Motlierlne No Motherlne No 2 Is generally sufficient to i last through the critical period and will be j mailed In receipt of obtalnaIIe801 Main St FRANKFORT MICH We uromptly obtain U S and foreign l dead 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