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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r m1ThQLAYITTYTIMES IiiI li1I1O Cents a Yearln Aclvaricv t We are he tohClt thy CUr oHJiDg Country ani Ourselves I E IJuryher Jr Publisher I I tOT 7 t CLAY OITYIfY RSDA JULY 24 102 NO HO I iA Big Reductionk P v- onr Ladies Misses and C uildrens Capes Jackets and Furs 1 7 We have ou hnnd a8t ckOfrHbovegopdawJjich w r 4 1Y AN closing 1Ut i o AtCostIf you want any goods in this line cheap 1 call arM purchase before the tock is picked over We also have a few Overcoats which we will seiltAt Cost to close the lot also a few pair of Heavy Boots for Men and Buys on the same terms Dont forget the place Shimfossel Waldroll1t RBIAN B MFGeef Winchester Ky We Marjufacture Sash = Flooring doors CeilingtBlinds Weatherboarding YarmndaaprPickets StaTrvvay Shingles and Ftc It Ster AFP ronis ft sr1 Send us Your Estimates r Promt Shipments I Need More Help Often the overtaxed organs of digestion cry out for help by Dys pepsias pains Nausea Dizziness t Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gentle thorongJi and guaranteed to cure 25 p at Clay Qity Lbr dt Stave Co cilpitnlhas Guthrie J Ii A Man Lie To You And say some other salve oint went lotion oil or alleged healer i is as good as liuchlens Arnica Salve tell him thirty years ot marvelous cures of piles Burns Boils Corns Felons Ulcer Cuta Scalds Bruis 1esand Skin Eruptions prove its the best and cheapest 25catCay City i UJrit Stave Co One Fare The Sound TripTo Lexington One farethe round trip will be given on all railroads to the Lexing ton HorseShow Fair and Carnival i t vIIAWoman Life To have given up would have meu tdeutb for Ars Lois C u g of JDbrchester Mass For years she had endured untold misery from a I Severe lung trouble And obstinate s cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and some times could not speak All doe tors and remidies lailed till I used Dr Kings Hew Discovery for Con Bunjption and was eompletelycnr- yedbufferersfrom ughaCold P Throat and Lu1giTr u need this jgrandremedy forjt never disappints t l Cure fejuarnnteelbY Clay City i fCt hYjli uQ rj 3 ij lwVfC 9II fwin 11 1 L5H 9a Vie ore Headquarters for Building Paperj 1Fand Etc r ik V fril Powell For White The Democrats of Powell met in mass convention at the courthouse Iin Stanton Saturday afternoon for the purpose of selecting delegates and instructing for a candidate for Congress Mr W D Jackson call ed the body together and stated the purpose of the meeting Billie Bow en was elected temporary chairman and Charlie F Spencer was elected secretary A resolution was passed indorsing the work pf Congressman J B White and instructing for his nomination again This resolution was unanimously carried Jr D At kinson C V Spencer A II Norton and other good Democrats who might attend were appointed dele gates to the West Liberty conven thin Killed In Jackson Monday afternoon James Cock relltown marshal of Jacksonwas- shot on the streets of that town from the court house Five bullets pierced his body in various places He was taken tOR Lex ington hospital where he died twelvehours later More trouble with the factions is daily expect ed The original trouble was started when Tool Oockrell kill ed Ben HargJ8soine months ago The night following the shooting of Oockrell Safe dJetts whisky establishment was burned sup PQfcfiflly by incediaries W It would be very well for the preachers to warn their congrega tions that neither gold or silver can bo depended upon nsn sale 1nsisof final redemption R r r- c r iIL C- yr 1 7 ol 1 f HOPKI WINS Nominated for Caon the Third Billot White Who instructed votes WIthdreithe eat 1- oa Begun The Dent rttic convention coinpl voce nt West Lib erty Thursdtly in short order Atsone ocloclmfedelegates Avere called heicourt house This was founSo small to hard ly nccommodtffijjrtlie delegation and the conveu iuu repaired to the yard Hopkin succeeded in or ganizing the c vetition by electing I West Uh- et tlhnirnllllYldJchl1 Gardner- of Sal uiaviuu leuciuiiii Hon John D Atkinson of Powell County nmdejtti strong plea for the comfortableSeating of at least the delegatesiwthe court house toprefcrthelemonade Yeriaers and the tall forwitnessesujTSquire J H Cole and his worth plea failed in its aim The cir next appointed n committaconl credentials and one on resolutions While these comm tticBl making out their reports L Wilh rd Mitchell can didate forAft onjeyGeneralspoke to thepeople m isinteredtr came H YiM ijesney the preset SuperihtemibntyO Public Instruction acids now a can didate for Vie 1 tnte11 and we are qujK sure if the people take with him allover the State as they did here he will get what he is asking for The com mittee on credentials reported no contests in the delegations and all were then seated or stand ed for there were no seats on the ground save the one provided for the chair TJfecommittee on resolutions reported These resolutions indorsed the Beckham administration the wise and hon orable course of our present Con J BWliite and reaf firmed aUegiencit to the titHe honored democratic principles G B Hill of Winchester offered a resolution indorsing a State primary electioiutb select candi dates for the various State offices to be voted for next year While Mr Hills viewpf the question fras just what the convention should have donei it was voted down but not until Mr Mitchell candidate for Attorney General Ifad consumed all the time allow ed to debate the question in argument against tiie measure By alLmeans Mr Hills resolutions should have beeffadopted The nomination of candidates was nexttakeiI Mr0 WFriend of Irvine nsceitdel the rosfrum and placed tlie hanie of our pres ent Congressman J B White be fore the convention Mr FrLends nominating speech of Mr White was pronounced by several as be ing the best 8i ochmade before theconventaoii Dlr T Y Fitzpatrick Jur f tirOongressm n n then put IAA Jphins lame be fore the cOlve inan excel lont speech wi1i Judge J 0- Lykins ofQa rlid biniself credit lu lila t1fc nominating speecltforJudoAinosDavis of the Cpunty pfcMoignn The last hut notJR uPr ive nomina 4 li Irk lijLLZr ing speech was uttered by Mr Peyton of Pike County when he brought before theconventionthc name of L H Lawson of his county The nomination of Coo gressman White was seconded by J F Winn of Winchester in as good speech as could be made in five minutes the time allowed for suchspeeches At the close of this address Congressman White came forth and in the most con sistent and appropriate words withdrew his name from the convention This came as a great surprise to nUos he entered the contest with itiore instructed votes than any other cjndidate seeking Congressional honors at this con ventions hands Mr White said in his course he thought he could beat any ono man but he didnt think he could beat a combination of three and it looked that way The other nominations were sec oned by brief speeches and the balloting began The first hallo resulted 44 for Hopkins 42 for Davisand 38 for Lawson On the second ballot the vote stood the same as the first On the third ballot Iat+ sons strength went to Hopkins and the vote stood ODtoUl in favor of Hopkins when his nom ination wits made by acclamation MrHopkins was loudly called for and he appeared and delivered hh speech of acceptance amid the wild cheers ofan eager supporting De 1Cti1Pyua +wdC1 IANJ1ti t Thus closed what is said tobe one of the most harmonious and successful conventions ever held in the 10th Congressional district We are all for Hopkins now and are going tn round him up the big gist majority ever given in this this riot Mr White is a good milo and had he got the nomination he would have done for the Republi cans the same as Mr Hopkins is going to do Dont Fall To Try Thii Whenever an honest trial is giv en to Eectric Bitters for aty trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected It nev er miles to tone the stomach regu late the kidneys and bowler stimu late the liver invigorate the nerves and puryfy the blood Its a won derful tonic for rundown systems Electric Bitters positively cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Stom ach disorders Nervousness sleeplessness Rheumatism Neuralgia and expels Malaria Satisfaction guaranteed by Clay City Lbr it Stave Co Only 50 cent T rGood And Bad One It is monstrous that a few men should control the prime necessi ties of life and thus acquire the power to tax us tit will but what is the remedy Surely the events of the past two months should answer this question the people may be their own saviors while they trust vainly to the courts or the Goverment There never was a stronger richer or more power ful combination of capital and brains than that we know as the beef trust nor one which struck at such vital sources of life and liberty but the people have acted while the Goverment deliberated and this conspiracy goes to pieces before the lawyers have succeeded in giving us a defiiii jJ W Ii 1 if c tion Why Because the people jt combined and refused to buy the products so manipulated doubtless this was another offense against the statue and thus we know the statue is foolishness- If the American would retain his freedom and healthy political life he must live more at home cultivate selfdependence and let the trusts know that an at tempt to tax will be followed by a popular revolt The trust which by combination can econo mize production and give us a bet ter or cheaper article is working for us nillet that trust live The trist which adulterates the product or elevates the price can 10 brought to book by a boycott of its goods and no long legisla tion is necessary Let the people agree through the press and keep the terms of such defensive obli gations and the bad trusts will change into good ones without appeals to courts or complaints to Congress i Ben Hudson Jr washereThurs lily Judge W T Webb attended the convention at West Liberty Thmsday and remained in Mrr gnu for a few lays visiting rela tivesS e The Balance j =Wheel r Look nctde watch a moment The bultince wheel fa milking 18000J vibnitions nn hour if its In condition If the movement isslugJ gish theres something wrong It will move JJ558 miles in a year and a requires less than one tenth of a drop of oil to make it run Hut it needs that little badly The least degree of friction on the lionriiiRs alters the motion Dont take chance Let eInsutisfy you 5 WEBB theJeweler CLAY CITY 0- eeee r r Use judgment and dirtion Opening a Bank Account is a serious nutter Let us send par latest Statement It wijl convince you how 11find conservatively this bank ix conducted Clay City National Bank J Clay City Ky rIUOPKSSIONAL GAUDS 4PM44N111111N1N 1NN1yN111141N1VN1 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SUflOEON CLAY OITY KY LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY Dr G B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY 7 Kj 11 J I 1 a ra THE TIMES 1UUIISHED EVERY THUnSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in a vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secbndclasg mail matter Thursday July 24 1902 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and Courier Journal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 t Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS We nre authorized tonnnounce liON F A HOPKINS of Floyd county I candidate for Congress In the 10th Co gressioiml district subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party CIUCLIT CLERK We are authorized to announce Mr W T STRINGER of Clay City as a can didate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr Morgan K LYIE candidate for Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the MheldIn this issue appears the formal announcement of Morgan RLyle as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Powell County of course sub ject to the action of the Democratic primary Dec 01902 Afr L Lyle has held the office of Countg wClerk and his official record was in every way satisfactory to the people His merits are known to all the voters of the county He is one of the strongest candidates in the field for this office and it goes without saying that if here ceives the nomination he will receive the support of every Demo crat in the county and will bo elected next fall ba large ma jority I Chairman Griggs of the Democratic Campaign Committe has obtained exporters prices from five of the two hundred exporting firms of the United States show iug that American wares are sol for less in European markets than at home In ninny instances the nrticle costs the consumer abroad less than half of what is asked from the domestic purchaser It is to be regretted that the school per capita is reduced this year from 250 to 282 The decrease iii the per capita is causedt by the increased census and a diminution c in the revenue Superintendent McChesney says that next year by reason of the war claim the per capita will be restored to 8250 Three Eequliltors There are at least three essential requisites for the successful management of business These t are character capacity and capital While all these are fundamental the greatest No man can hope to permanently succeed in lifes struggle whoso lino of action is not bused uponthe principles of honesty uprightness 1Air integrity A businessman should be honest with himself honest with his patrons and hpnest with his fellbV business manp Many t nail insure hatched from I the incubator of idlenessI Cr aw- v y ryy SPOUTSPRINGy- Mrs f MiriamXewis of Danville i Ind is visiting relatives on Twin Creole 4 It is reported Hint tjiero is a case of smallpox oil lthllerscreek- this county areifair this week D A Wallace of Irvine spent Friday night with his cousin J F McKinney MissesWills Knowlton tt er guests of Miss Bessie Barnett Sat urda and Sundays Mrs Polly A Stuart of Irvine visited her daughter Mrs Bennett last week Mrs 3V J Barnett has been i poor health this summer but is some better at this writing Miss Dorsie tockton begun the Kimbrell school last week and opened up with an aserago attend ance Dr J A Snowden of Wades hishrotherFrankSnown den of Indiana were hero the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs J1V Dawson of Millers creek visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs W J Barnett the first of the week Miss Tuscumliiii White will begin the public school at this plac- onday The school was to have last Monday but was pr crastinated on account of the school house undergoing repairs The school house has been com plated and presents a very cred itable appearance It will be painted at once VVe ire very lad to see it fixed up soe1l Of course wo would much rnthiM have seen a new one built sandslarger one but this building will do us for n number of yours per lijjps In fact it is far hatter this the most sllng c supposed it could possibly be mode Lead and Zinc In Clark I For ninny yenH it has been known Unit the lands lying butwein Heck nerville and Athens on Boone S creek and extending to the Ken tucky river were rich in truces of lead nre and other minerals but not until recently bus any attempt been made to develop and find out the 1hdC composed of the Messrs Cheriuult tt of Richmond and several lIpitnli t of Louisville was organized and arrangements mnde to make thorough test Six hundred screenf land were leaped and various test shafts were tried Tho analysis of the ores obtained were so rich in traces of load and zinc with trait8 silver that the members of the company were greatly eluted and they think that they have one of the most valuable properties of the kind in the state A largeahatt will at once be unkn crusher and Fiiielter erected nnd the dev 1 ment of the property rushed withA largo force Winchester Uem crat Trilled T y Llehtnlng While Mrs D It Daniel was lieor oil clts creekSatur day afternoon combing her hair+ atruckthebllildhl Daniel was atStantonatteud ills the mass con volition Shq wnsburriedat the Dil1jiel burial ground on 0 p Paniels place Mondayr llidI 1k 1 f IBrOlfR1rt DITION CJayilY rrgtfona kIAt Clay City fittheetate of Kentucky j at the close of IJMwiliiess July 10 1G02 1y j i RESOURCES 72464Qetl un Secured S K t8500 USondatosccure ircliJn 100 00 Stocks gecuritiesWtc y v 1893584 BankinghousetTurniturbind xturesdSHfv t s SfiOO 00 G090e83 reserve agents ift 25037 19- InrcrnalRevehueJwnfnps 2 50 LA nuLMoYEtJbiflEr IND NfiaVIZ 82tl 840302 Itellelnption Jn1i1i U a 025u00 su er un696redollotifundlCOl 00 Total XI44811- 7LIABILITIES 0 Cnpltal BtojkpaidSnv f50OOO 00 Surplus fund 860000 Undividedprofjtsf lass expenses and tuxes paid oo 165243 Notl bank notes utsfnning 1215OrOO Dne to otherJJatlonal Banks 2mzQ Dividends unpadvajv 0000 Individual depos ittfsubject to check A 7000009 JTotal 14081179 STATROF KEXTPOKT i COUJJTY OFPov Bit88 I J F COX Cashier of the n bovennmed bankYdo solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the caerT Cox Oatihler moe S UV iweJl Kotary Public j Iy commission expires Jan 24 1000 CORRECT AtfestJ t Cats JNO D QrtfDirectors MIIJ O ff For30cinBHtuis will moilufull t t lr bocce j t r- on CalverttT6xtl The TIMES for H news J I i HOWS tHlSl We offers One DnllnrFfor any case of Gatarrh ihat tonne be curved by HalPaJGatarrli Cure F J Cheney dCo1atedo O lto the unilersigiiied have known F T Cheney for theilast 15 years = and believe him perfeitly honorable In all bunineFS transactions and fie nanciully able to carry out any oblj gationt merle by juir firm Vest k TruiiXj 11 lioles ile brug gists Joledo O 1 Nraldmr KinnnnAi rarvinjAVhole sole Druggist Toldrt Q Halls Catarrh tyliruiP taken in sernally acting di ilJupnn tie eotthae system Testini pent free Price 7bC per bptflfjuijold by all DruggiftH I1u are the best t JitvW fiJJ Send 32c Iuatagtps4Illitl get full trial trintmeiit i l phineCureMCorp 11iltin Cal cart Tex Ol1 11 11p 011 turecl FoEu y the f lipno Method YID As hlier trim s ent tu o enrs in nailja Consumption Il nom pluiuts Partgp wre a I roof free from ttCORP I LSOgN yC ert Tex IThe Hoochee Coochee Barred There will be no hoocltee coo cliee dances at thoLoxingtoii Elks Fair this year This attraction line forever been barred The Lexington Ellis have decided to eliminatea11 coarse features and the big Roman Carnival will boa groat novelty and relief from tho usual run of shows at ngncultn rjil fairs The Lexington Fair this year August 11 to 10 inclusiveI 3 Jj See our lino of samples forsuits 1 Littlepagev C Son J W Henry respectfully an 18nijAnd will be glad to lice nny one wanting photographs I have not been at the galjery regular for three months but the wnrmArcatbQr has drawn fho rheumatism away for a rime Come and hnyeyour pictures honestkvotkian be fjuality of work considered j Special attention will bp given to all pictures left in my cnre to be copied and enlarged Come at once I J11r HENKV fWANTEDSCernl1erBolIs of charac n each state One In this county required to repre wClilthybwdnp88hpuB6 ry 18 00 weekly with expenses add tional all payable in malt each Wednes day direct from hend offices Horse and neeessnryUeterences stamped envelope Manager 810 Cax ton Building Chicago ARE l fJ w A specialtf rom lilt Olivet tJ I About two weeks ago Stanfield J 414tyor some other insect Inflammar f tion at onto set in and later blood 0 d poison developed Surgical skill t was suinrnqned and two opera= tjjJ paheat and died yesterday Ho was fit tythree years old tJ 1 C j MACHINE SHOPr s o ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired 1k We Keep It1 Stock f tSteam Fittings Belting I1oseandElectrlcalsuppllesWE Gasoline Engines In 3 6 8 anti 12 horse power The List known power for farmers nnd ar others f printediiL T GRAS mamWIN- CEHSTEB XYL a The Whitest White Cake S The Lightes Light Rolls j And Flakiest Biscuit tArc llndoVhcuYoulJo 4 t 1 Pearl and Bakers Pride uFloThrC Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED DY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Mtrfhants 724 J t 11 B Littlepage Sony ir t Dealers In r 0 i= c J Pure Drugs gPatentjVledicines Qlh rtit Paints and Etc n j i ST1Preseriptionsyou want will get It for you on short notice V 7 Jji1c YOUDEAF r 7 nfl I NERD i I NOISES ALL CASES OF 0- PEAFNl SSQRHARD HEARING iz ARE NOW incurableHEAD 1 f h P A WERMANOF BALTIMORE SAYt ctlmeor t B lnsl enUnlycu red otdeefneuthantetoyouttreatmeutIwiUnowgivepoa i lw 1 full history of my caeto Used at QCs About h reYNra ago my fight ear began to sing and this on worse until l lat j I tUiiuuderwentNtrcaUuentiorcfltarrhfartfiremoathtwithotitanyeuc eaatnasultedontim + 1 fhprltlu could mr andgrtn that ontytemporertlplbattbcbeadaotspxould e t Ji hearing In the affectear t treatmtntAfterltadafter 9veweeksnryhearing inthedGeeatdearhubeen entirely restored ItHDk tbeartl yeayan to yours T MdOur fbt nand 5 + adtke treeeaatyo s r tU SAL E AVEii qHICAIO ILL tjI 4 it z LH 1 IVY 1 l i iHE TI M ES I NJ 3 = == h Aa1IL 11 1 MAD J fER J JWRSDAY JULY 24 1902 C OCAL BREVITIESV f5 J fL Eaton is improving slow 7 l I cUr Breese was here Wednesday i IF Rev N Mcliitoslias in tows t Wednesday i ii ratertw i flay 1cJ guestsilnMiss Hoyt Adams is visiting r relatives in Clark County t- hisitk Jim Young living in the west fri end pf town iCvery loiv with ty phoid fever x i But few from Clay pity attend r ed the Mass convention at Stan ton Saturday 4Miss Maud Coulee of Stanton ayass visiting relatives here the i Tatter part of last week Miss Bertha Maple and her brotlerCharliewere shopping in Mt Sterling last Thursda- yS 4 V Mrs Frank Gordon of Winches- tert y was visitngher husband here earlier part of the week jthe A Webb Jr and wife of Cincinnati are visiting the for imorsparents here this week Ii Mr8A P Steele who was 0luiteeick last week we are glad to say is able to be out again x Randolph WitHe son of Con y gressman JB White was over from Irvine Fridayand Saturday Mrs W U Eaton and Missr r 2i juaiiuiiu Watts of Cincinnati were guests of Mrs J G Easter Sunday Miss Bessie Chalfin returned Monday after n two weeks visit L of the pisses Mahone near Win Chester rCt Gy John 0 and Frank Daniel of Ridgewood JUliet attended theI burial ofth sisterinlaw Mrs fyli D R Daniel Monday i Miss Julia McGuire who has i been visiting her many friends at ru Beattyvillo for several days reo turned Saturday 1 The Sunday School excursion to Natural Bridge Friday was I very well patronized and netted the school GA5 i Mrs 0 W Bnrnett and Mrsj d t WA JIosdllswoTcvisitingtheirj 1 brother Tj FJet hcr of Camar r go the first of the week J tEater James Derickson JE Burgher Jr attended the f f convention held at W stLibert this week ii w Misses Bessie Lyle of Pine As Grove and IOYLyle of Lebaj I rqnon Were off R y R Irvin the frrtt of the week if We are pleased to skate thMj DrJW Williams a great deaI physffs SanfbrdNiblajJJtofneflj WillI chfester wins visiting his Another vlo1ll18 beelivery sick ix- natjtack pf fever here the first of theeelfJi 4A tn N Jr tt riti 1 r1 T ol icI j iU n r rt y jfiti1 d 18n r1 Miss Mollie Sherman of Campion is visiting her uncle W RCas8idy this week Mrs Diljard Patron and Sirs Henry Perkins of Mcchanicsville ar6 both fuite sick Dr I A Shirleyj nP Winchester was here Saturday hi consul tatioir with Drs Mansfield told Littlepnge in the case uflDrJ1V Williams sI1LP Hoskins has written to have his pappr changed front Den iisoi TexastoElKeno Okla he moved from the former to the latter place Hon D D Sublett f8IIerst vijle MngollincolIllQ has an nounced as ii candidate for Circuit Judge in the Twentythird Judicial district Mr W Ti Stringer has paint ed usa nice sign which can be seen Otn reasonable distance It need be no trouble to find the TIMES OFFcEtioW The young ladies of Clay Cit gave the ball team of this place an ice cream supper on Saturday night Several dishes were sere ed at fifteen cents per dish The A A C base ball club of Cincinnati played the local club a close game on the home grounds Sunday The score resulted into 8 5 in favor of the Cincinnati team A Christian Congress will be held at Stanton Ky in the courthouse begining the 38th of October Everybody invited Members of denominations will be there In this issue will be seen the statementof theJlay City Nation al Bank the leadiugnt most sol id institution of its kind in the mountains of Kentucky This bank always has good statements Our paper comes out a little lute this week but the editor was over at the convention at West Liberty two days and wo thought we would wait and give si report of this convention The same can be found on the first page Miss Mayme Groves Juts passed n successful examination and received a State certificate Miss 0 roves is a deserving younglady and the first assistant teachers place in the City school will be gracefully and creditably filled this fnIIIFrank Edwards a noted vocal and instrumental music instructor of Rice Station was in town Wednesday Mr Edwards was enrouteto Beattyville where he is instructing class The people of Clay City would do well to see curehis services as an instructor for n class at least in vocal music a few weeks We have received a complimen tarysubscription to the Now Idea Womans Magazine which is theI equal of any like publication that charges double the subscription of this popular publication It only costs 50 cents n year SeeI the ad in this paper 1 atn using a box of Chamber lain Stomach dLiver Tablets und find them the best thing for my stomach I ever used saytiP W Robison Justice of the Peace I Loomis Mich These Tablets not only correct disorders of the stom aoh but regulate tM liver and bowler They are easy to take and pleasant In effect Price 25cents per box For sale by all dealers in patent medicine j ts 7 Sj o tv I r a ws a btm LitI f + i i Y A PostmasterT Jfof So Glen FaJ N Yddtribes a cxindition thousands andwomen find identical With theirs whathesays i similarityof Case Write to Him enclosing- stamped ad dressed envel LD Palmopt for reply and get a per sonal corroboration of what is here given He says regarding Dr Mile- sHearn Cure leftbreastpalpitatecould no longer lie In bed Night after night I walked the Soor for to lie down Mycondition CureytheHeartuffennSold by all DrufCiats on guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhirt Ind The But Linimtnt for Stn int Mr F H Wells the merchant nt Deer Park Long Island N Yt iays always recomend Chamber Iains Pain Halm as the best lini ment forstrains J used it last win ter for a severe lameness in the side resulting from aK strain and was greatly pleased wilh the quick re liefand cure it icte For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Geo W White aged 75 years died at Richmond Friday Mr 1Vhite until to i illwns the He learned tile trine inRic unoi4 Over sixty years ago and followed that business jail his life He was a very rapid andaccurate compositor uThe way to ga5nivgood reputa tion is to endeavor to be what you desire to appear That Is pacisely the manner in whichChamberla5np Cough Remedy bargained its repu tation as a cure for coughs colds croup and Every- bottle that has eveibeen putout by the nlanufticturgrs iis been fully up to the high stnndprdof excellence claimed for It Peoplp have found that it can always be depended up on for the relief and hire of these ailments and that it is pieasantand safe to taka For sale by nil dealers in patent medepipet1t DIEOIJohn Grovejtliejittlp son of Mr and Mrs B B Self who has been very low for several days died at the home of Mrs Groves mother of Mrs Self Monday and was buried Tuesday at t e Eaton graveyard The parent have our sym pathy in this their ime of sorrow The Same Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience similar to thaf wincb has happened n almost every neighborhood in the United States andjiVs been toldand retold by thousands pf others He saver Last summer I had ah at tack of dysenteryand purchased a bottle of Chambeflgnf Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea which used according iowreotians and with lit ti nresu1ts The trouble Ayaslbontrplledmuch quicker than thr attacks when I used otficrjijroiedies Mr Kelly is a citizen of Henderson N C Feale by all denleriiiit Ptcn adeehe- v j Y1- u i- tI111 4 3 Coatedw- ith J1stale eggs and other things not fit to LionOoffs8II coffeefresh strong well flavored r nuule4 aat la ae aallorru Quiltr- r I ital hns incorporated strike resumedoperations 708 over Still in The Lead- Our Stock Up The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them right and depend upon getting everything at ing prices want your produce and if top prices will it are going to trade you We are now corlucting a general atSpoutspring where people of this section find same courteous treatment and fuir dealing as at main store We Are In The Timber Businesshe- avy and are buying all and Railroad in this section that money buy at market value We pay CASH when wagon is unloaded Dont Trade l+rM until you see IIsTiT paS fitAnerJfcmbfJ1ruIPstiire it placesrAlE BARNETT SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY Cut this out and take it to any dealer in patent medicine and get a of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets The best physic They also correct disorders of stomach Price 25 cents We could not help to admire the couragous and bold stand our John D Atkinson took at different times in contending fairness in the Congressional con vention at West Liberty Thursday Such men as he frequently prevents an injustice being done side- Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season A well developed case in the writers family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea edyone ofthe best patent medi cines manufactured and which is always kept on hand at the home of ye scuba This Is not Intended as a free puff for the company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who not be withen easy access of a physician No family should be without bot lie of tlift medicine in the house t surnmertimeLanjsins all dealers in patent medicine J I 4 A State bank of 1500000 cap been for Guthrje The steel plant at Adiland af ter an enforced shut down onac count of the West Virginia has The number of immigrants who arrived in the UnitedStates dur ing the fiscal year 1002 was 040 an increase of more than JO 000 1001 is to they can they need live We get we with store the will the the 1 the Tanliark Ties can the your both box the own for his Rem may M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six Jays in the week Fresh Ground Boiled Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole The largest portion of the bus iness of the country is done by check the balance is done by cheek At Winchester A11I Colbert of Paris while on his way home developed case of smallpox and wastaken to the pest house The officers and citizens give him a wide berthas ho marched through town For SaleBoiler and Engine 10 horse power boiler and engine in tirstclu6s running order also an 18in buhr grist mill A bargain Call nor address M Bailey quay Cits h3726J I j T i Winelfestei Bank IXCORPOIUTZD N H AViTiiEKsrooy Ircs Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of nidi virt uals firms and corporations 542 t II U tt Coiirierjoilroal 12rrlK7IGS 11 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIER publishedin 1II1111fJSemiWeeklies Henry WattersonEd itoiTJie Wednesday issue ii devoted to News l the Saturday issue to I The Ilcme Sample cojIes rent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements You can get THE TIMES And the 1 TwiceaWeekCourierJournal Both one Year for Only One Dollar onlyAllubleriptlolll tion offer rust be tent through thus office A Great Big Show at Lexington Tho big RonianCiirnivii IM bejiv en at the Lexington Elks Fnr An gust 11 toW inclusive this year ir to he the biggest thing of its kind ever seen in Kentucky Speaking of the show at Kansas City recent 1II paper says The De Kreko lroH Ioman Cnrnivnl rind Expo fitinn Company includes saute of the best fair attractions now on tour The most important features of this aggregation are liarlholo mews trained horses the lilliputian I horses and ponies the Roman ire nn Lulln Cortluh the manVinusi k the German Gnden the Ri tuna Tieater Uhe Erll fitful of Mount Peteei the 114ctarleallieatt r the Palace ofiMy Century Girls tho FI rris wheel and Idlll1IIIlraing there are gypsy ramps vaude ville actcand other m inorat tractions without niiiiiler There pure over two hundred people connected with J the company and taken all in allj the DeKreko Bro aggregition is by far lie best of its kind ever sect IIIfl j Snow Creek Jul1JCsWjelsol to JoIufTodd tvo fi ifcrsfor foO k A S Vivion vaf in our midst Wednesday with liislinxter ug fJandJF22CO Nelson Lowry went to OlnyCity Wednesday to get lumber to reo Jniifiliis dtVellingwIlobert AUlridge who has been worlciiig Itln fievaryn lrVlieu- tfhr ltrtnnlgltoniealandut 1tWV 11lteitudluiferOf 311iii- V fir f t t Chester are vi si til1 tliefvlatters mother JIartha Barnett this V ek x Apr6tracted meeting will be gin jjt Log Lick church 1tiesday Juljt28 Rev E W Marcum will be assiftted rlReV Martin of Winchegtor Miss Lillie Yivion entertained severalof hern riEcs Sat nrday night andSunday Among those present were Misses May meand Jessie Lowry Sallie Grnv ett Lillie Kerr and 11ilrgieYood- MessrsChnrlioaand Albert Wood Thomas Ogdcyj Willianis Bob Eads Beiifetone gillie li errand Albert Cliism nil report a nice time Vaughns Mi11s Louis Lyle and family are visit ting rclativesin Mt1 Sterling tliis week A P Bush and two little chil dren N nnch tool Hughre at tending the fair at Mu Sterling this week Misses Hattie Bush Mattio Me Kinney Carry Gravett andMes srs Ray Burgher Jell McKinney and Tom White were the guests of Joe Burgher near Irvine from Friday until Sunday Mr and Mrs Albert Holman win were visiting the family ofH O Chambers of Chillicothe Mo returned Monday accbmpa cd byi1rs Chambers who came toI attend the burial of their Mrs D R Daniel who was kill ed Friday while standing on the front porch during a rain storm She leaves a husband mid four children The body was laid to rest in the Daniel grave yard Mondav cvcllingt i r I V r 1 vesttsteifreeiitu giissesnlCI- iltt Ty ntted W Tx Wt1Ii Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A Y ARI New Idea WomansMagazine Formerly OneDollar o THIS Is the cheapest and best Magazine now be fore the American public It shows MillineryIn Readingbeautifully In black and white Above all It shows the very fashionable New IDEAJSTYLES made from NEW IDEA TERNS which cost only lOc each Send Five Cents Today WouANsMAGAZINEfor the money It can rive you a a THE NEW IDEA PUBLISHING 00 616 Broadway Now York V Y i06i 0Uii0f001o1000111100ai1I- a Modern Printing Which we do nt Modern Prices has anjndividuality o About it thatcomnmtnds0- Attention ai 0e r 0 o LetsTalkitOverlJ On fhttaext order of I w1rintii yotimeed I AVe van niako it Beneficial IoTry us once J Q I I ttTfiJn i40r iI1 1 I it4 J i7f e Lexington iisternRy Ef Stirim X91902- 1nlly 1tl4 extJrrnJlt cx Sun Stations lt I itDr Jtitnl1 it45 A 82II If olIli 887 Cloy IW Ii ntiton e 906 0 a Ii Nuttlrnl Brid E4 ai 954 Ii Torrent tIQ 1008 fOfWArwssTacnxolt J Nor Daily eS i1i ilyos Sun- Stations k tlr L r t 3L- I Jackson H ea Zat5 65 uttyvillcJhnc 1 0 4 2 owIi17 7H 8- 0p1I11 Cltly CI4ytirt 8 7 L A F Tntictiot pwa 010 wihclttrytrref 7abO 3 1 OO r It BAnn OI1A5Scarr then 1 AgtItS R STllAJTMEfiLS fiT ALL OURS t Fresh Oystersand Fish A full inQ1rrign andlII es tic FruibOrnnIYlfI Leuipns H- nmuinsaliift t 1 etc S J ANDERSON LAY CUIY KY BilwfST vllt SilO 10IlSt IT IOwale Co Stus Mo ttill wake ri gulfijj trips tll1ouh this section Fini 1t equllhzld with Lnubvilleimd inlinnlltl hlllrBS II Clay cll hotel J II L 1 2iCI x Prop 1 TII 111tPlilJ withthe best till 111l1rklrl Lerythingneat and clean nn dayIvy BluegrassNrseriesSP d f1Fruit unIt Q nan ntal Trees Grape Vines A nfigllf small fruits and everytlijng for Orchard Lntrit and Garden s Wri hove no gents lUlL HulSdirfcrvto Ihuplnitter S tnt vItcIt and Geiifhil alal jiit8 on iippHcufinn to H F HILLErfMEYER LE1NTQN hl 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE EMARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS C0 Anyone undine a knM and quickly ucerUln our lnlon tree wlietheran mrtntlon IS probably pafaitable Communlca tlontitrlctlrconfl leDtlknanilbookonFatenti tent free Oldest lIenor for eecanng patent reeeinIJScltpftfkmerican A handlolDol illn trat 4 weellr I treat clr caution ofao ciontia Journal terms 3s dbyatlnewedeelereSUNK r SIu frorniAly obtain US and Foreign 1 1IMreporc J Mrs Fred Unre li PresidentBentonJlnrbor After first baby was born I did not stem to regain my strength although the doctor ave me a tonic which he consid gettingbetterband Insisted that I take Wine of Cardul for a week and seewhat It would do for me I did take the medicine and was very grateful to find my strength and health- slowly returning In two l was out of btdand In a month I u able to take up my usual duties I ait very enthusi astic m Its praise Wine of Cardul reinforces theorgans pregnancy carriage No woman of need fear tho coming of her child If Mrs Unrath had taken Wine of Cardui Before her baby came she would not weakened as she was Her rapid v should commend this remedy toovery expectant mother Wine of Cardui regulates the menstrual flow NEoFCARDIL Name a Better Place We suggest to the Committee of this Congrecsional district tliatwheh it names the place for holding the nextcrnventiontliat it select a pnec where ut lout the delegates can lie comfortably seated How about Clay City or Stnnton in Powell County Klteer town can far stir pns the place it was held this year However the people ot 8- 1Libcrhme n eenermitf and kind congregation of Immunity hut they certainly nerd a larger and better rthtiu e if innny + + Cimgreseiiiliul convention lire to he held there Dr See of LCewllS hero Thursday in consultation with Dr Littlepage in the case ofMini Young who is very sick with ty plied fever Mr and Mrs tP Cox have one to Europe on a vacation of theywillFrance and qthor nations and other nations of this continent Tin West end must be prgpar ingfor war three buy babies were horn in that portion of town Wednesday MORE LIVES ARE SAVED USIttoIitlKingsDiscoverY Consumption Coughs and ColdsIThan 3y All Other Throat Lung Remedies CombxecL This wonderful lmedlcino positively tUres Consumption Cough HayFoverPiurlsy WhoopingCough PriooSOo l 1 Trial Eottle Prao 1 TotnProrertrfFor ale jj 1wo houses and fota jn hoIt of Boonoville Ky Qae house on ItnfnstrEet and the other on 1lnl- I berry street Desirable property fit a the head of the coal and timber u iness ThiBproperty I lIIsellut a I low price Foi further imformntion seeWJJ BidlockBoonevHle Kv or NVaicIntosli Spoiit Spring Ivy Be on Time Fast time or slow time is unknown in a reliable watch We can make 1 your watch reliable or furnish you puiwtunlh cqss in business or sucial life No lyrmn can afTord to endanger rut important appointment by not own ing n reliable time piece Untchi 4thnttimekeepers they rite nlI1JIIst as represented My warrant in given with every wnUh I StUlIr repair VEBH TheJewelerClay City f AGENTS WANTED rlFKOK T DKWITT TAJiMAGK by his Sonltev FmnknewIttTiilningo and a ncfiite cdifrorHOf hlftlan Herltti Only bock endorsed by Talmase foinlly EnoriuoUri profit for agent who act quickly Outfit ton cents Write im mediately OLUK CO 223 S 4tliSt IhHn Pui Mention thli Paper THE VOLCANOS DEADLY WORK from the Full of Pompeii to the Destriic lion pf St lilrnby Prof Charles Morris 111 Most intensely interest lug book ever published Complete thrilling mid accurate account of greatest disaster that ever betel the human race rpreuteieven threat Icnipoil Tells how 111111 11IlllIl one of themcst beauti ful inlands in the world Was suddenly transformed into n vertnble tell A boit 500 pages profusely Illustrated with photographs taken before mid af ter disaster Practically onlyMartin fcjue Ko k In the Held for everyone now iniJitstiiv liavlng 1nif jMorrfs bo k and no other Itert author larjc 0t book bfilt iliustratedsoleatinjjlly accurlite rlr 110 1 CENTS WASTED Finn ntnti ofltfortiios who net quickly Bio t Uiberal ternis Outfit 10 cents lint IOOMV n minute Send for outfit Immediately rant bi at work The chance of a lifetime fllltmaking money Clark ti CoU2S 4th St Philadelphia Pa 4 J 1he LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT IP tne only Daily Bi1I1OtilFttjtPDhciiIntljiahel SLUE GRtSS REGION ry It if cppecially devoted to tjje in terests oHIie Democratic partyaiid u gives nil the news without fear or favor Sithscriptlon price i OOn3lIrtor 15 cents n weekly carrier W PWaltonfedltnr Iondnanalter- LEXINGTON ICY Joe WcurjtzAgt Clay City JP WEBB Aw Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clenn yiiveKa8lii naMo Hair Ulri liiinij0oip tljiti till KiinlK of llnlr Tonicnr Yniwill hi trays ifnd keen razors IIIH1 clean rw tVteIa Laundry Agency In Connection rJ J f1 r r Dontt fail to give lima oal it h 1 S 1 II J 1 It