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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r x isa f y iMr1 V1 Y a 7 EStIf r f I I r I It iftCe 1s altar la Advance r We arc here to heir 1111Qt lftSnrroiinJiag Country an J Ourselves J E Burgher tlr Publisher V1Jlir CLAY CITY K THURSDAY JULY 31 1902 NO 31 =1 A Itj EedtfefMiio- n J J Ladies Misses and Childrens ilr+ Capes Jackets and Jfursj 7T7iM p goodswhfchsf i f J1I 1 ltlC OSU JJtlI c tIfyou want any goods hJ tli8linochenpt call and purchase before the fIto d over We also havoa few OvercoahiCh 7 3wewill sell At Cost to cloeetheJot also a few patro Heavy Boots for 31en and Boys on y the same terms Dont forget the place y SMmfessel ft Waldroff rtB I NciE MFG ea Winchester Ky WeMaoufacture Sash Flooring b doors Ceiling V Blinds weatherboarding Verandas Pickets 4fr Stairway ShingleaandE- uLt Ftontst t IJ n J iAo 7us estimates r itFrohiffr J r a All Were Saved = For years I suffered such un told misery from Bronchitis writes JllroughtonCnthllt 1 hentwheneyerythlngelse failed J was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My Wife 1 suffered from Asthma tilf it cured tj rand Jill our experience to show it is the J best Croup medtcihe in the world A trial will convince you its un diseai ses Trial bottle free at Clay City Lbr 1y LStave Co- Cured8y Llghtslag Shock James owluanralFoyette who for some years has been n sufferer from rheumatism was cured by ft shUekoflightniiiglast Saturday When he recovered front the sllorykhe found ftiat lie- w could usc eg legan i aMu the rgoitl thefrs- ttftntyeftoo t aj I f JooktJkawatPlaase otEbeeauaetheslitform of indigestion f 5AiyphjfgioigB8 and medicines failed to him 1jworked8uy ho declares yareia godsend tp lomiBalilOfjtheiStonJaohji Liver andKidnuyg tli6y b l1ir up and give new life to thB vfiole systeifai Try them Only cityLlirtd1t UfiH l1 hii A tM E- akr r- r fr7 Ptr We are Headquarters for Building Paper r il ri j Fell Roofing Fliutoid Roofiingi w i J y rJ y and Etc ucl t I 1 j r Send Your Intensely walking r r Aii Old MansThe Ashland Independent says one of the oldest men in the State is DavyWnde who resides in this county Should he lireto the 21st ofAugusthe will be Il years of age He was born in Norfh fhis Heavy Storm In Montgomery A minature cyclone about one half mile wide and two miles long neighborltoodin Sunday afternoon Fencing to Jjftccb corn barns and trees were greatly damaged The wind blew with great velocity and the ruin fell in torrents Nelson Holmes n negro farm handvtvas walking nn flip Jiko wen ilm lightning struck him causing instant death His clothing were cut into shreds Wtsjtith v 1f1f deeiinetoturnedluB comnhsslontoGover l rBecklnuinndgavvo reasons di serve iBllwife is diBtautly related to the Hargis ttll iydl1d jt k Ji6Y dthatV this or ft Jfr is1 believed tl ttbpGo ernor wrll lPt r udge uttlilmmcdiato whe- nPplicatronto rut him will be made fora wrrtrof habeas corpus to r leaselCocitrelifromthe Stanton totioin T I Luck heats AVisdomiavmany ji wtt u QInae1takinS pity r J 1 Qt 4J4r 1rl f1 t- tf heL Democrat Sold Leingtous n 1lQ8 r t9 WP WalrQn for 0t 100 Itwill b I remembered that a few enemies ave recently been doing all in tlilir power to put this paper Allots brave eaitor Mr Walton business Firs Mr Walton Wfs accosted on the atteJuptedAiji f= Tfvy jmjthe flpanea tc sell if ipiiit by the lghtforatnliy OIf Th4 ale was reordered with Tuesdays result ilr1 Walton w tinue the publi o ncit A mocrrtt and make =tItioet per ever known in Eexiiigton We wish Mr Wal ton and his pager the very grea est success tTheOoedOld Days In those days that ve hear so muchtauout they grin t have horselessc rringes nor cow less inilk thenilmtter was not made out of hogffat and cottonseed oilt and leaf lard was not rendered fronrold tallow and cot ton seed then coffee didnt grow on oak bee iuidtcalf skin shoes were not madejjct of sheep hides s then ma sIru was not made out of hickory1bjijrk and corn cobs and the thin sid of poor hogs were not singkpdj and cave d brtakfai O tlieti 110ur Mberryslaughter houses v then styles didnt change Quicker than the Chamedpeuitentiariesneretoolarge now they are too smaU then me prayed to God instead of to the I c lusent pace no one can tell a Ulan j I rom a woman across the street tweutytfive years j r Jackson Heard From Curtis Jettj andpiiew of uelJ ttbosellrQU6Gwaeutlrlle vnslsludin the house attheiime has writ ten a letter to theJCexington Morn ing Democrat vindicating some of the participants iriTthe fncti of itit3 town says he is great j ly disgusted witli such reports as appear in sonie of the popers i which exaggeratkto such a d gree Be says r Ctuovas kill1 by mistake The lad says I maturdtend to belL lawabiding citizen and honestIIIafftursnteno g we beedin this townaudit o us to bJeQp qftJVoaii08tpeacable j and orderly pjaces we were ever at ThepBoplelw eulightoned and intelligpn f why ycQnI flans to condel endtosuch low murderous 4J t Jitibjis ail t youl the average maSs coiuperhen l810n IjHowAhawtaT t B Exd lge1 Since we liar ted at y OUywehavofi ntiywondore- rvhy derpeslplltget og ther 1 1 s ag and ognnize a local home tele suptporting an electric light and wa terworks plant for more thai twelve years and we cannot se- could e why n telephone exchange welltsev eral other Kentucky towns oi less business and population have this convenience and the compa ies operating them are doing with them financially We ClaytCity when once put in operation would i ay good interest on the in vestment besides the great con venience to our people Let sonic entergetic citizen start the ball tc rolling and pass it by the TIMES office door when we will- ive it a kick to the tune of on antbusiness principles Wholl be the first to take the lead A Few Observations Last week when we attended tIll Congressional convention at West Liberty it was our first time to visit any part of Morgan county W e must soy that wo were wonderfully surprised to find sucha well ini proved county The high moun loins we expected to see were not visible the large cliffs and rocks Wt were looking for could not be found the narrow and dangerous bypat- hsf high whys we amed to travel were to any roads in Powell couutyUpp the whole +ve fan organ up with any moun county and far surpassing the most of them we have seen Through the county from Cannel ity to West Liberty we found well improved farms owned by w ell to do and contented Gill thenroad we observed were the equal of ny house used forjike purposes in Po11couQtyCJIlCit ex epttd Wo also saw some creditable church buildings When we reached the Licking river where wo crossed going into Went Liberty we found canarydcant afford such accommodations West Liberty proyed to be a nice little village of some 250 soul We Christitlnl Ianuchurchou Wednesday night und en joyed as good a service us is usually conducted any where Both church Wecalso found in the town u full roller process flour willu bunk seveial thriving stores three good hotels a good newspaper published by Mr Haney a native of the county who j hlsIpartnerI young man On our re turn home we spent a night in Jack orIorderly place in our lives Shallow 411 Beeordi Twice in hospital FAGulledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors tocure a severe casoof pills causing tumors When all Jail ed Bucklene Arnica Salve lIoo- ncuredb1mSubducsInt1ammati n conquers kills Pains Best dsulvc in the world 25c at Clay City Lbr k Steve Co II k4Aa f j Shimfessel Waldron one of the oldest firms in Clay City are running a cost price sole begin ruing August and continuing for largestlgene gal irdrchnndise in Clny City and an excellent opportunity is afford ed the purchasing to get what they need at the lowest pos sible price This has been a pop ular firm from the beginning and it has done n great dual of busi ness since its formation At Louisvill Douglas P Dye shot his 11 yearold boy as he lay in bed asleep and then she t himself with fatal results The boy is in n precarious ccnd hon and may die Jnil Look At Her i 1Vhereecantethatsprightlystep complifln i feels good Heres her secret She fillst r lion good no headaches no chune e for blues Try them yourself On ly 25c at Clay City Lbr Stae Co The latest theory connected with drowning is that no water enters the lungs and that prop erly applied with artificial res piration will resusticato persons who have been under water an t hour This feat has been accom plished by the doctor who advan ces the theory S sThe Balance i lrr rt ti Look III ide y am watclia momen The balance wheel is mnkbnl 180005 vibrntlons iin hour it in good condition If the movement is si UK 5 gish theres something wrong It will move a658 miles in a llIr nod + requires less tltunonetettltofadroi eof oil to run But it neegta little badly rTe lenst degree or friction on the bearings ulterl the motion Dont tnkeclinnces Let me Glenn and oil and put your watch J in order fur u your It will pay und satisfy you S WEBB theJeweler CLAY CITY I I IUse judgment and discre a Bank Account is Ill serious mrtter Let us send our latest Statement It will convince you how well and conservatively this hunk is conducted Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky 1JlOKKSfIONAL o CAItD9rY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KYr L t T- K g r k r f I i 1 t 1 rM f firc c 11 i 1jj J t fIJ I 1 i I 1 j yJ x t r4 t T frYtI I THE TIMES rCDUSHED EVERY TnOnSDAT J eo Burgher JrlPublisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per Jearinajn i rant otherwise 75 Cents Entered na secondclass mail matter t Thursday July 31 1902 CLUB RATES Forth convenience of our subs scribers we have arranged club rates r with the following papers at prices below mentioned Tile TIKES and CourierJournal 100 u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS r CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to nnnounce Mr W T STRIXOKR of Olny City as n can didnte for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr Morgan It LYLE candidate for Circuit Powell County subject to the Motion of the Democratic primary to beheld Dec 0 1902 R Words of encouragement come from all parts of the district when the name of F A Hopkins our candidate for Congress is men tioned Mr Hopkins is a shrewd politician from away back and will be elected this fall lira large majority No stone will be left unturned that will add to the chances of Democracy when observed by Mr Hopkins The question of State primaries is being agitated by several candidates and papers through out the State In our judgment the primary is much better than conventions for then the people will take a hand in making the nominations and will feel obli gated to support the nominees Of course the hard feelings that are sometimes made in the coun typrimaries will not be so bad in in the State from the fact that the State is too large for candi dates to work up any particular i strife they will not be in anyone county longienQugh fopthis s The following is an extract of the discount sheet of a leading American exporter It will be seen that the prices to foroinejr are 40per cent less than to qur own people Is n6tnbouthigh timo to enter a protest against such unjust discriininatin American Prices toI foreigners i7fire Mn6 k gtt r72 i 13o 5 rope coil 1200 500 LeaddOOlbs 400 200 Shovels dozen 750 EO Axjegreasdpound 08 04 i Washboards dozen 3CO 170 Meat choppers J370 150- 4f Barbed Wire 100 Ibs 800 22Q locks falnrm GO 30 Lawn mowers y 425 275 Fruit jars Mdsonsdoz i 60 56 Typewriters rlOO00 5500 Sewingnnclines t 4000 Bradbury piano 87500 Tin plate 100 pounds 410 810 In the recent contest for the nomination for Congress Con r gressnmn White acquitted himself handsomely Ho displayed ugrent respect for fairness and proved himself worthy the honor confored upon him two years ago At WestyLiberty Jie won the ad nirationtof iltli tclclegatesi pad proved conclusively to everyone ti tlmt lie was a man of discretion and brains WJjon he saw he could not ite nominated heman r 4pI Mraiww 4 Jg fully itluirew from tlfe racer thereby shorteTntTg the work of the convention and helping to make it moth liarnipnious No one doubts that he has the good of tha party at heart and will do all he can for the nominee He showed himself be ftcc from soreness because lie failed f6 win it can bo heard qn every bodys lips that MrWhite though defeated conducted one of the fairest and most honorable campaigns ever experienced in this district His former opponents are now his warmest friends SPOUTSPRING- Born to John Bennett and wife Sunday July 27ason Several from this place attended court at WinchesterMon rt Lennie Crow has moved into the McKinney property at the Spring The blackberry crop in thi section isfast fading The crop has been an unusually short one D McKinuoy has purchased the old Burgher store house and will tear it down and rebuild it in an addition to his residenceS Presiding Elder 0 F One conducted the quarterly meeting at the Methodist Church SaturI day and Sunday There werttwo accessions to the church during these meetings A fair sized crowd attended each service Benny McKinney and wife were visited Friday afternoon with a little lass who in a short time will help mamma cook and do housework Jtiyeighed eight pounds and will remain unde- rptpasroof forun indefiniteutime Miss Tuscunibia White took up school here Monday with an average attendance Miss White taught our school last year and gave universal satisfaction There is at leastoneyoungmnn delighted with her return You can see him grin any day now r E Frna Edwards the noted vocal and instrumental musician nnd piano and organ dealer of Rice Station was in this section last week and sold an instrumenV each to J D Puckett and John W Tuttle Mrs Dr Winburn also got in a fine instrument the past week WASTED Several persons of charac ter and good reputation in each state ono in this countyrequired to repre sent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Salary 18 00 weekly with expenses addi tional nil payable in cauh each WednesJ dny direct from head offices Horse and carriages furl1ishcwltel1ncc slry References Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Manager 810 Cax ton Building Chicago Deputy Sheriff that M lion non went to Lexington yesterday and brought back Olwrlie Holmes who was indicted at the last tern of Oirouit Court for robbing an old colored man of a watch and sumo money i OJ W Henry repvclfuly nn noqnces to the public that he Is n file to be at hill gallerj In Clay City and with be glnd ito see any one wanting photographs nvcnot been at the gallery regular forthree months lbut the wnrm weather has drawn the rheuniatieiiiInnyfol a time Come And haveyoUrpicturen mode I will do yqu good i iinnes- work nndmyprrceslre as IDWn can be quality of work considered Special attention will be given to bllcoiedY r r f tt r rJ- t YA v IV Prizes ThoKethmt r11eyledicnl Association tvhI meets atBeat- tyville Octr80 Rd 81 through theco rrefJ O dJlg drug Qrnts wU1at6id tjvPMYllul le tlprlzshallmjdddt1tnttmetr el b a t ostusefuC 1tionbuggy caso iied wUhhgh grade of mediQifve to bo awarded I to the physician gaming fiftyyfoft the most usetaliiriiedicihes to rba used In practice The list is limitedvfp remedies found iii the US P4f l H o TXI81 J We offer One Hundred Dollars forany case ofOaGlrrlttjhatcann- otbe reed l yn B Catarri pure- S I J Cileno Co1oledd 0 s We the undersigned hayejjnown s F J Cheney for the lust 10 years y and believe IJjm perfectiyhonorable in all bupinesiranaaction8 and fi nanciallyablg J4rpoutany flbli I ationtcinade rxn Yeat feTruuxWhole8tle Druggists Toledo 01 Waldmsr1UtnianMarv n Whole sale Dru Toledo 0 Hulls OatarrTjjjCureiB taken in sernnlly acting klirectly upon the blood and andRiucoussurfaeooftIw- system jftninlsfle t free Price 75c perbpitle Sold by all Druggists IIaaFamilyPills are best JIVw Send J2c in stiiiups and get full trial treatraeiitiojE WilsonV Mor pliine Cure MCorp Wilson Cal vert Tex JFor hoc instamps t willmail full trial of Wjjsonjp Tobacco pure Never failsrjrrto toCarpW11 aoniCa lvert ifr tThe TIMES f6rhenetva 1 MACHI NET SHOP ALL KINDSOF Machinery Repaired- We Keep Irj Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and ElectricalSupplies WE ALSO iBUillD I i Gasoline Rn incsI- p p5 8 and 12 h The best knolrn ponretiorfnnpiersnnd othe the prgn obh t P IIJ1T ted il driven by 1i FtaganX se L T CAHAGAN WINcENSTaR1 6 oj Coltsum tlo arClive r iElR11y B the J sau Filipin o Method J i f i f j AsoldieriitQEr 9tlt tw YenpScrn the iP8ilil pines diaa verefl ldI brought info a cert tiPouie for CoDsuuiption and jOJ lung chin J lirsr J Atroru f1 DY JffrtHl D D II tJ r 9VI J + LfliI xa n- r 1I 1 11- I rt t 6 Iff1f i 1- C s JIJo J v 1 0sIng 0UtI 4 m rSate01 f y I I X I t 7 JIIf I I + UntllTbela 5 i oft Septi H A 1 fI 2J f w 1etwtllsell every thing atgreatiy Reduced Ptcelll ortlxra i outasniuoh of the Summer Goods aspnasible and to wtc 1 IoI rforFnllsnd Winter Goods a E1T IythlnJWl11 Go j h j at PriGe 1f Calicoes at J 4and 4 12cents t r 1212centPercale 10 H ft R Ii lIi 5cent Lawns 4tl vt 6 14cent Lawns j 5tt 1 i Every thing in Press Goods at Sweeping Reductions Mens Clothing ni CoEttocleun it out Jilcns and Boys lists at Cost dur lug this Sale 500 Palr of Shoes at prices that will open your eyes this Will be the Sale of The Season J t Il A And you should not fail to CMIABEGOODS and PriieP t Mrs JW WILLIAMS i if Clay City 1 Ky t f I L The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls J y And Flakiest Biscuit + 7 ij iw I it 1 v Are MudeWlreuYouUi + Pearl and Bakers Pride Flgirt loIo Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Y Sold by our Leading tllcrt pants 724 j y taf fj1Drv pageS J trJ xis i joF 1 i+ i uii t Dealers JOJ if v r 1 Pi4reprugsrPatent MedlcinesOil T r rI flttaEtc t i ro 11 + h Prescriptions cnretnliycrinipounded ahdif we fiut ant tInt f k you want will geiUUjfbryjou oh6hsort noosettt 1 Y l i IRE lDElFt t t ANYKt j tJ NOISES r rpcjJ 6Fr Ji pn ii DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING f ARC HOW dealaiefecnrable ri by or iN Only t oaehan q i HEAD RtQEASE ttlMEDIATEW r 7 t r AYti i HACSrrtoasAdadeteh J J rI aeeaihatA ytoyoartrcatmeatIwillyoagiveyoy il1IIIIUhtoOoIoasetobcUcdatY9Urccietl i re pears ago my right aibegan to andtL kept on lct nroJuaHlllast Iuaderwctitatteatmeatforeatarity for three month without an raeeeta cotwukcd i va t0 ictan llIet Ii of lhwclt teI4 ehhat only aaoperatkp SOUldhelpmeaadaealluttoolytem rtrilythattke BeadpoLraepldr + thencge1 utthe t aec ear er 3 l then as adcriaesept a In New York r aa4 ordered treat tent AfterZhadeaedkonly sfewdayeaocordiagtoyour tdkeet1outh IHIciue40a fire is the carth coca entirely retQrcd H 8k79 ty 0ca nil ours cLtJHrJIi i isAmineltan and adkelree VGU CAICUlEYIUlSELF AT IIE NEiD ttt- j tiir i c 1f Y 1 XI7 r 1 v4i k e ik qtaYA J It- V I l l lra j aITHEE TIMES t Jj rZCAN ALL HOMEMADE 1 AFER t 311902tikJJOAfJ BREVITIES A of Indian Fields r is in t ntodaIJiF Webb went to Lexington l + Tuesday on business Abe Merritt was up from Fnr Sunday and Monday on business J Dale White of Lexington visited old friends in Cloy City this week a Miss Alice Eaton visited rein tives Winchester the latter part of last week Geo Anderson visited his pa rents near Levee the latter part 2L of last week v Jas G Easter made a business tll trip to Howards Creek in Clark it yesterdaySfttJj Quite a few attended the street 2 fair at Mt Sterling the latter part of the week r The annual Holiness camp SpruceI5 The Claytybase ball clu f has got new uniform which be comes them very much fi Mrs Laura E Hall of Lexing u ton is visiting relatives and a friends in her old home i i Joe Vaughn has written us re questing us to change his paper from Kansas City to Moberly Mo Miss Maggie Groves has been prpoyed to teach the Snow Creek school and begun game Monday morning Mrs B C Chambers of Chil licothe Mo Judge Robt Riddel of Irvine were guests of Mrs D C Bloom Friday W R Eubailk Winchester principalrelectof the Clay City Graded SGioolwassjlltown two days of this week John W Henry the photog rapher who has been laid with rheumatism for somedays againupbysioamberlainlastomach to take Pleasant in effect For x asaleby all dealers in patent niedi tineMiss Fannie Reed of Cynthi z ana who has been visiting rela lives at this for the t ireetveekSreturnedtoherhome y sted YIA shoofing gallery is stopping tin thewacantlotbeloWKenlions saloon It insures a sure change 7toseyputo riickles if you have anyao spare r I Mrs jStid je Chambers ho was i called here last week to attend theburialof Jier eister iPR Daniel returned to her home at Chilljcothe Mp the first pf the week t PryjlleHiley fifteen son of J Hen Hiley while a lath mill had a rib broken gonday A piece of timber flew out of the Bileywwith above results Mrs P 0 Bloom and Mr and rirMrs JoAriy Barnett cowposed y h r kfyr S i N a party of visitors to Mt Ster ling6aturddy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and rorldwIdereputation Jsplfasilapl safelp take fut srtle by in patent medecine Dos days set ui Friday und as ifclJId ffotTafii about thitftiriie it Id giving some farmerssome con cern gethey believe tltaty Aviien dayaW G Blanton of Fox was in town Tuesday after some lum ber to do some improving Mr Blanton used to be one of our es teemed neighbors and we areal ways glad to see any of them r Qeo1Vareoldest of Wm Ware of Little creek left state to seek his fortune in the State of Missouri Success Mr Ware He will locate for a while at least at Chillicotho that State The local team and Olintonvtlle nine crossed fiats on the foimers ground nt this place Sunday af ternoon The score resulted in 20 to 1 in Clay Citys favor The Clintonville boys cant play ball ra little bit The river is lower than it has been any time this year anda bout as low as it usually gets at any time A foot log haa been placed across the stream at the thebOwing to attempted incendiar isms in the town of Jackson all insurance policies on buildings in that town have been canceled and insurance can not be had here at any rate Violence has been threatened against several resi dents of the town and numbers are said to be preparing to leave J E Tatcman a fireman on the Sunday train had his head badly cut by falling from his en at thfs place Sunday morn ingThe train had stopped to get water and Tateman started off the tender when he fell He was severely cut about the headi He was taken to his hone at Lexington on the afternoon train Marion Hallof Fox was in town Tuesday with two teams af ter lumber The lumber in ques tion is for Mr John Moberly of his place who is going to build a I comfortable and beautiful coun try home Mr Moberly is a very enterprising farmer and u rIchant and ifjiisppunty had more men of his like Estill would be a uselessDemocratic The IlepublicajiExecutiYe coin mittee of this the Tenth Congres sional district has called a con ventioit to meet at Winchester August 14 to nominate a candj date for Congress Mass conventions are to be held the 9th of- Augusttateachcounty seat tose lcctij ru f1 ates tQ said convention There are several- prospective candidates in thetleld who iMMik the eiht hi Hpr pf itiakiiC tkisraoe- s t bank for cIpetrucdoMr uba c 5Fnative QfEstiJI County w 8iD9fiOie ldlfurr race thirtyyears ago and is well and very favorably known in this e section He taught school at spout Spring Beliefen years ago when the editor ef this paper was J one pfJnsscholaJrB and wefoijrfd i t 1 f a + 4 1 J 1 A Medicine for Old People IIputam a eaGdJeDt health for amen rejunDSerect to oat of my old age MrGeoWalloa mat avCerer from nenrouanes spentgwith little benefit I was so bad my mtod showed signs of weak eADdIIDr Nervine II Saved me from the Insane Jericoomevenforgettimes I eommtpced using Dr Miles thedustB M by all tseujist In Quanuito Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind him on Tuesday to be the same thatheflesh and looked some healthier Mr Eubank is at present presi dent of Princeton College and is one of the leading educators in the State He need not come to these parts for we are all for hunt Henry L BhattuckofShellsbury Iowa was nured of stomach trouble with which he hail been nlllicted for years by foqr boxes of Chamberlains Stomach end Liver Tab lets He had rlpualy tried man other remedies tans a number of physicians without relief For sale byall dealers in putenit medicine Col Jos T Tucker of Winches ter was in town Monday night on legal business Mr Tucker was a Colonel In Gen John H Mor gans command He married a Miss Hood a flat cousin to the noted Confederate ten Hood Col Tucket owns some very valuable property in Clay City in eluding a desirable coner lot op posite Barnetts store C1rarsfaatnmLast Curtis Baker of Bookw lte Ohio Uan infant ehId p ourjnegborB was suffering ftomc Mera Infanfum The doctor had n all hopes of recovery I stooka bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy io the house telling them 1 felt Sire it would do good Jr used according directions In taro daystimetbe hild had fIIII ly w nearly a since a healthygirl I have reeommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to fall in any single instauce For- ealeby all dealers ilk patent medi cine A forts county office in thb p of the State is said to be conducting a unique canvass In jiis roiinds he takes w thliiraacom i pt plowman tad ge el1lfi JW Wlum he hajls a firmer n his fieJd the plowman takes lii4plaoeatlrhat ever the fariitetnip y bej working that hiV work J19tb detain tl rile he stands inT the shade a8ln8oithalftfl candi data tell Itwortaike acharm- ioetfarr efakwklr rather be 4k wJ7rAy in the J th f r H i ittjYf rr I fA Generation Ago P boughtinway is the Lion Coffee way sealed packages al ways correct in weight clean fresh uniform and retaining its rich flavor 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 at liv ing pricts We want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We are now coducting a general store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store We Are In The Timber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbarkand Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded Dont Trade u atyA E BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY shade by a candidate even than plod in the field behind the im plement A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia by Chamberliana- Colie Cholera sad Diarrhoea Bimedy Dr Chad H Utter a prminent physician of Panama Colombia in u recent letter states Last March I had as patient a young lady six teen years of age who had a very had attack of dysentery Everything I prescribed for her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Her parents were sure she would die She had become so weuk that she could not turn over in bed What to do at this critical mqment was a study fur me but i thoughtot Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and as a last resort prescribed it The most wonderful result was effected Whithin eight hours she was feeling much better inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end of one week was entirely we1LFor sale by all dealers in patent medicine For Sale Boiler aol Engine 10horse p nver boiler and engine in first clasgrUl1l1ingordcr also an 18in buhr grist mill A bargain Call on or address M Bailey Cloy City Ky v 7r2G i l w M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole Why thomosquitoesfoolaround s womens openwork stockings I is because some of them looks much like mosqoito netting t 4 WashI ter and while there was taken with flux dysentery and was very bad off He decided to try Chamber Iains Colic Choera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was so much pleased with the prompt cure which it ef s fected that he wrote tho manufac tuners a letter in praise of theirLmedicine Mr Cottingham resides at Lockland Ark This remedy ia for sale by all dealers in patent medicine P 3 it1 c L wi t Ih MwMj- r j ttm j 1MoV THEoaA n Wihchestej Bank N HwJTuERsroor I INCORPORATED Pres tf Capital Stock 200000 I Surplus 20OJO tleaoI Ten WIIIlR of individ ii alsfirn ourie corporations Jour 542n Ii 2 t I MIS t A WEEK 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIER publishedin1IInnyDII1It8SemiWeeklies Henry WnttersonEd itorThe Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES And the TwiceaWeekCourierJournal Both orp Year for Only One Dollart This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through this ofllce w A Postal Currency A unique feature hi congres sional legislation this session is presenteiLnuthe prqmotiojitpf a pastalcurrenvyrlie irovistotis of the pocheck currency bilk now pending in Congress pro twrW with blank spaces on the face These bills of course pass from hand to hand before the blanks are filled When it is desired to sendonein thomails tliC blanks are filled in with the name of fl payee hia cit and state a 2cent postage stamp is placed in nIoth- er blank space and canceled with the initials of the sender jn ink the 11111110 of the sender jssigne d e b1Ckm presto c0has suddenlyxceased eXist x aa curresc and has been transformed into h check on the Unit el States govt l ml l haYing all tho safety o nnyibftnk check and J rrtdy fprinclosure iiishjs letter- When payee receives this check lie treats it just as ho would any other check indorses it goes tothernearestr bank or post office and depositsifeorJias it cashed Thepaiachcck liually reaches tliOjTreaBury Deiwrtinent when it is replaced by a new one with e the spaces unfilled This keeps the cupola tion ait par lo change fjiuutcialvciang6 b6ing in the character of the printing1 on the bills of live dolliira and under Tlie bill Also provides for the I Icurlencvi wi place of an equAl amount of anuneyrof larger denomititioiis t J presumably twenty hurl prdolhir 11 v ol1 under the nets sjstendorl1 cWltllIUtilreis stie lenn money both in- S i thefractiohdl currency aiidiiifthov tt urgeJbiHs The govern mentfee- oirtthe3fiveiten fiffeen tweiity live 1 and itityceatrlneces Is to hE ono cent each The system has 4fheapproval of many officials and by along onmntfufitQff V s find s e th i tho country 1uulJBliqWRndrfarn1er8 rtro especially interested in that the new currency promises an ea sy way for a man jn tlje country to promptly sendrenitttittiefor his favorite publication Congress caiibbst judgeUfthe wants of tliepeoplobydirectword- from them It iTdiflicnlt 4tf secure legislation of this 1dryiii nltf tui1 n tVniiv irnantirdeparture methods fie a prr nounced demand by the people Postal currency can be secured if rtteipersonallettersto lienresentativesinQongresSjjisk ing them fo favor and for the McMillen Gurdiner Post Check Currency bill Comfort Virdln tH NewsTlSScarco and the weath er is very dry and hot Born to the wife of Al Bukor on the 20th a fine daugnter Uncle las Fishier and wife vis ited at C C Curtis Sundny Bob Smith and wife of Hog Creek were visiting itWin Fish ers Monday and Tuesday 4UnclePrefs Everman was over on Wednesday and said lie wjasinthe hickoryjibusiness Uncle Harry Johnson reports the killing of the biggest rattlesnake he ever saw onQ lay last week Success j the reward f z1 1 tirecteteFotI 0 l Reduced to FIFTY I sGENETS 1A YEAR P oL t t iNew idea- Wom aS Magazine FormerlyOne Mar THIS Is the cheapest and best Magazine now be foiotW Arrierleaii publlb It shows MillineryeReadingbeautlfIn black ad whits Above all It shows the very fashionable NEW IDEA Srttts madcfrcrri NEW IDEA PAT TERNS which cost only Oc each Send Five Cents Today forailngl eopycf Iht New IDIAWOMAMS MAO ZIKS end tt what crtat value for tha irsn y It ran else you r i THE NEW IDEA PUBLISniNO CO ere Broadway New York N Y wooo i9 1 Modern Printing i Which we jdost Modern Prices Has an About t tiiatcoinniandsj Attention 2 lLetsTalk itOverIu f I On ijMit ct prdcr of Jrilltill YOU need AYo caii make it Beneficial to you Tryftis onceu mayl tJ4m11 i jl t ft1 5 tI 7 r I1 I J rrlrrrrrrwrrrrrrAr ua- r C tsal or Lexingtt asternRy- Ef 9U902 EAernoNo4Dnltje s Daily ex Sun Stntlons AM LvJexhii 746 I lVlt io 82i- I 18- V 923- I1 tnrsl 5- IiyriiI ct tlib o ArJnvkaon4 430 5 11O- wSsrhouhm Not3 r No 1 jailyexSonSfnliiins LvJnchsoii 2 25 025 BcnttyvilteJun 8 0 203 Torrent C 347 714 1 Nnturnf Bridge int BrOl Stanton r 480 8S8 80 S 7 LEJiiiicUqlf018 010 Winchester 52o 023- AtUxington yti1065x lOlO J CsiASSdorrTien Agt rn 1tDfontiAx REStrAURANT IMEfiLS ATAtC OURS 1 Fresh Oysters slid = Fish L A fuiMinonfKbnMgnnnd DOIHCP tic FruitsOranges Lenii8 ifa nnunc Apples ujjil E- goSA NPERSONCLAY KY B E YSf STt- atVttli Sml1110nS Jl1arQarc GO St Luis Mor will make regular trips iltrnuh this section Fr iglit equnlizid with Louisville ancUCiiicinnnti houses rr r iIl Clay 4 t 1tf Rote1 JII IS Propfe Table Piipjilitiljjvith the lUll tho- markert affoidp Everything neat and clean r li ijrw 8100 per da- yIBluegrassNurseries t- SPRI1 Ctllrot2t Fruit nl Otpgnlqntnl Trees Hrllllt Vine jV t shrill fruits and r 1ei1tl llrtQr I rChnr- rfLnttlia1I GntilNlret nn- tlgintliii dnrertoi hepanterS- tretvltt nn7 1Je 1l1 ltlguts ol npilita1Itnt o HF HiLftEI EYE- RJE11rlrI s1 aoYEAft EXPERIENCEpAoCf GN CofoYRIGHTB c Anyone aenfflnB a skeHAaddeerlctlonmsy qnletlr certain our lee etbcr an inTenUoa laprobabltcoUIIItloneatrtcl tI sent free tPatontatakeo thro o reeetvd leefaf notice Wltbou Ie e Sdttifk r- A baudlOmel r Tjinmt circulation or an iclentu nI Tenni W rmri toarroonUutLj eirwlaalcra 8wJrkIt 1Llketch or i iJOk fofRoieoorrto l Frfr NitI g wtoJRADEARKSl J I IWIC I J fED RD I BLACK DRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE iiluIrrr wgifrI dlzxiaeiibiliousness e are common indications of liver and kldndy diseases Stomach and troubles severe in they are aiV8 immediate warning pain trqubleethough f ThedfordsBlackDraught fit diseased liver MIl weakened kid neys It stiriup the torpid liver to throw the germs and preventivefthe kidneys With kidnepre by Draught thousands of have j yellow t I perfect health and have no other hedfordaBlackDraught I I use an and saves many expensive calls of a doctor Mullbu S C March W I9H BlackDraughtforthrteyurs i todoetorsince I beentakingL It Is the best medicine for me that randkldneytroubles complaints Rev A C LEWIS lW wrl Ll t Snow Creek Thos Crow went to Mt Ster Iwn nice lot of heifers at lit cents Born to the wife of Robert Parker on the 25Hij a tenlN boy Several from here attended the big Street fair at Mt Sterling this wetk J Tllo1Vond uuhwife treat to Winchester Tuesday 1 Thelatter to clinsultriifh DrrBr0wim N atonOshorne and W K Oordon of Pilottl ns in our utidst IVednesdntliuyiug CUttlh- 1lifgs Lulu0gden jyho so ee verely cut h4 foot lust vtjok Aye nn glad to jttejfoing very well at thjs writing Thelittle ihofiIrnnd Mrs Uncle Parkerj who liar beoii very ill with1 iiiiotimUiiiii Itor several days is swine lwttoil t who wry compelled to teatthglr words gaunt t be stud torehfih their diet ii f Hil T MORELIVIESAIIEaAVtDII f J I1OnConsumption Coughs land Ciitfs Other Throat JjMl I Lung Sexaedleo Combined This wonderful medicine potKIvefy PpeumoniiHayFev WhoopingCodgNOCURE ldotfiOoSlM 1 bottle IrisI n T rtrl For Salt tf1 1oltl1 ll8hHll1tt1 iji jlitfiwn df Booncville Ky Owe louse im Main Ptrcit and the othVr on MtiU t btfrry Btnet Dcslrilltle property nt the hcnri of the ofin I told timber IHis ineea This property 1 n W sellnt a low price Foi fort IwrIIJ for III II t 11111 see W 1J litillocknooneville Ky or N Mcliltosh SpOilt ypriiig Ky DC on Tlriio I11lIst time orcldw tinip isuiikiuKvn in n reliably wiitch WJ cnn inake vnJtrwntchreUritlt tij firiiijl hil Jitlllpunllttt yF 7 cess in Or lift1 person can afjorvl in cndiitiger nn myIUi a timepleie P that go throughIlly luinds ore tinUkeepcrs they lure nli7jnft nit reiiriSPritHl11 Mywarrhntis given with every watch 1 JIrrepair t WEBB The IeuehrClny crt AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T by his SUIIHe FrnnkletvlttTltlitageE lIfrldOlllEnormous profit for iigent + xvlio net quickly outfit ten cents Write iin medlntely 0L1KCO2 22 S 4tli St Ihllii 1u aientlcti this Pnjier- r s THE VOLCANOS DEADLY WOI K front the Fall pf loiiieli to lieJpcstpie tioii of 8t PIprio by Prof Charley Molrh1111sMtat Infon lyInt rebt big book ever jiillislid ojnpletc thrilling nnd icptiriite nccouiit vfgrvnt s fstdisiister tint exvr befelthe liiininn hce greiitereven tlini 1inipelL Tells how Jliiitiiiifimoiuor 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