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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rMHn E t iirA N T MIN w Jfi t f Ar ITY TIMESin f tlUS j J Ii 1t k I t 50 Cents a Year in A d inchWearOere lo help Clay CilyM SorroonJing Country and Oorselves J R Burgher Jr Publisher I t J7 CLAY CITY KY THipSDAY AUGUST 7 1902 NO3211 GRAN- DCMingOut Mlef Bargains Bargains We Intend to Close Outt our business in Clay City and in orderto do so will sell our Entire Stock of General Merchandise J TAT C QST-x for the next 00 days We have a large and varied stock iii pelect from and now isthe time to get BARGAINS This cost sale will be for Cash or country Produce Only All those knowing themselves to bo indebted to us will please come forward and pay their accounts as We s 4 wish to have everything settled up immediately I SMmfessel Waldron I i RELIANCE MFG- Winchester Ky Co We Mapufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandns Pickets Stairways Shnnglesand Etc 0 StsrejEroritBr rlz iIiv p US All Were Saved For years I suffered such un told misery from Bronchitis writes J II Johnston of Ca lint often I way unable to work Then when else faile- dII wholly cured by Dr Kings New for suffered intensely from Asthma till it cured her and all our goes to show it is the best Croup medicine in the world A trial will convince you its un= rivaled for Throat and Lung disea ses bottles 50c and SI Trial bottle free at Clay City LbrJ k Stave in the State of there are 1002 cloth ing establish iiipiitn with a capital of 1500 JUO invested and giving employ mont to 2800 wage earners of the State f H v i1 JfLook PlcaiantfPleaie C J atn Qican do so nbw though z he couldnt Because he form All and medicines failed to help him till li eitried Electrjc Bittersf which forked such wonders for him that ho declares they rou godsend to cutferers from and stom iijh Unrivaled for diseases of the Kidnuys they udglve new life to the ple8y tcm Try them Only fiOc by Clay City Jbrr jStuve Co Double isfwhere en mans t t nis 113 j 1 i gwiwA Clay City Ky An 1 1902 We are for Paper i Felt Roofing llIl1toiQRoQfiigA and Etc A iv t Your Estimates l Ij Fronit Shipments Broughton everything Discovery Consumption Mywise experience Guaranteed Co- Statistics that Kentucky manufacturing Photographer O11Iarlnnof foriyeara sufleredunfoldogonyfromtheworst ofUadigestiori physicians dyspepsia trojjiblw k SEoinach Xiverand buildup Guaraudteed ignorance ignorancePer headquarters Building Send In Need of a Street Sprinkler Therecent dry spell has creat ed a great deal of dust and proved to Clay City people that we need a street sprinkler One call be purchased for less than 300 and there are numbers of persons who would be glnd to get the job of using it after it was purchased The merchants should be especially interested in sprinkled streets as the dust which accum ulates on their goods damages LetIthothis proposition at one of itsmeet iiigs On one question we are very independent that is the wa ter question Clay City is better watered than any other town in the State Found n Coal Minev Mr Thomas Curtis exhibited several chips of the finest quality wQfcalllwhiclMielittd picked upl67Fhis place Mr Curtis certainly has ciSal uhisfllrm but JlSvto how thick the y iin 113 YQt Ir can not state His fariniispntabouttwo miles wrest of Clay Ci and if trine Voin of coalshould prove to bebS lm ient fbicbisttsfQ1 eratehe has a sling litto fortino nhistl1dS MrCurtisis going to h 11dmhl0d veJopod Jhis fall tttt l1 Eit albburhedin Clay City tins winter will bo supplied by MtolJurtls The ur lwrlY tq find out Vheather a wouians hair isreclor sheils pnlyrpretendlngit is js to fIandVlSI IF SI idJ t T ff f1 tL R PromotloHjon the L E increase of business thoBJ E railroad has found it necei ary to create the office of trainmaster Chief dispatcher d ITompkins has beets promoted to tinett office This is n dfjprved promotion for Mr Toin kiiis who has for the past fifteenycars been a valu able employojiof the road For the years he has occupied the positionchief train dis patcher wifh of ices at Loxington and before that time ho was the companys agent at Clay City Mr G MHnrris will succeed Mr TliomkinsjiB dispatcher Ho is well cquiP MNfor the position as he has for past two years occupied similar position with the Clover Leaf ysteniwith11en1- quarters at Frankfort Ind These appoinr nents were made last Saturdny i d will go into ef ioThe business has increased to a vlr material extent enI tirely inadequate to handle it One liuiulred m v coal cars have been orderedaim will be put into service as falns they arrive Traffic has er heavy all winter and spron account of the 6pcninguwftheCannelCoal mines at Caniiel City Lexing ton Dennocrtitt A Weatherylrt r iet Predicts Irof A5aIfl11VJiJ9Itdt Iirnotefigredou vtnTe weather and makes the followi1 predictions The first frostofthcseason will fall September 17h There will be twentythree snows for this winter the first to fill October 87th or November 5th There will also be five zero lays and two ice spells Tosumiit all up we will have a cold iet winter and my advice to my friends is lo get their coal now asit will be very high as the winter draws near We will get ice from three to live inches thick Jv A SuccessfulMeeting Pastor Pence closed protract ed meeting at the Methodist church on Hardwicks creec last Thursday night il which there were ten addiMonsfo the churchL alid a great revi l oftheChUlch membership DrJ T Breese assisted the pnstorjii thi meeting wInch was hell for nearly two week J r Couldnt Do t Again The Oincinnnt brill elubwhich wonagameon ClayGitys grounds two weeks ago came back to our diamond ugain and found that the latter gent could not he so easily won oiTS went Ijome with bowed heads and heavy hearts The score tOOd8 to 5 in Clay OItys favor Shot at rJln1Sid Tipton wlio low lives in Lexington was shot by Authur Fitzpatrick in t1ii1Vifters black smitfi shop on Tipton was taken to aLoiigtonhospital where his tivoumd Was pronouns edvcryserious Ii old grudger is the cause Fitzpatrick has but recently been discliarsed from the Philippines where le served is the VS ibis about 25 t i years old Tipton is a married man and 50 Railroad Feeders It is suggested that the auto mobile will give us after a while lines of railway without rails if such an expression may be allow ed On Long Island for instance an automobile road of fifty miles in length is to be constructed to cross other roads either above or below grade so that the owners mayspeed their machines as they please When this has been done the next step perhaps to attach trailers and the passengers and freight will he taken and n regu lar traffic established At least it may bo reasonably expected that the building of such roads willresult in the running of auto 11101110 coaches as feeders to steam or electric lines where it would not pay to lay a railroad track Lexington Democrat The good roads convention to be held in Lexington August 1112 promises to be attended by four or five hundred delegates andwill murk an event of progress in the construction and maintenance of good roads in Kentucky Get from your county judge the names of the delegates from your county Not an unimportant feature of the convention will be an address upon the Rural Delivery System by lion A W Machen general supcr inteiuleut of the deliverysystem in 1t uu lk iFvcrylha oprJ the good road subject will be thor oughly discussed Lexington has arranged to have a model road connecting Uroadway with Versailles pike in course of construction during the convention It will he a mile and a half in length and will be one of the finest roads in the state when completed Va rious entertainments willIIlso be provided for the delegates Win Dowdcll a Daviess county farmer was taken from his home Sunday night by white caps and given upwards of one hundred whipIle sibility His condition is serious He bore a good reputation among his neighbors Honey is said to be extensively used in the manufacture of some brands of plug tobacco Such brands are the only brands that have unynutrimonrmthem what ever and wo think it a great pity to adulterate the honey with such a poisonous and costly article Shatters All Records Twice in hospital F A Gulludge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe cafe of causing 24 tumors When allfaih- eft Bucklens Arnica Salve soon ouredjinn Subdues Inflammation conquers Aches kills Pains Best wilvv in the world 2Bc at Clay City Lbr do Stave Co It is announced that Gov Beck ham will appoint Judge Ira Jul ian of Frankfort as special Judge to try the case of Tom Cockroll inthe Breathitt Circuit Court It is said that Judge Jul ian is willing to servo 4 A conference MOrmone11or- srepresenttnbtlho ilistnct H pos J ed of parts of Ohio Virginia West Virginia and Kentucky was held in a tobacco barn near Owingsville last week The Mor mans have been working in that section for some tithe An organization was effected at Jackson Monday known as the Chamber of Commerce of Jackson and having for its ob ject the development and pro tection of commercial and manu facturing interests and the pro motion of law and order in the community Next to a means family and bus iness nothing should stand nearer his heart than the town in which he lives It is the place where he earns his competence and edu cates his children If he wants to make it populous as thrifty and as widely known as possible he cannot afford to be indifferent to any thing which will further these ends Just look At Her Whence came that uprightly step faultless skin richry complex ion smiling face She looks good feels good Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills Resultnil organs active diges don good no headaches no chance fur blues Try them yourself On ly 2oc at Clay City Lbr Stave Co 0 1 x The Balance i O- lfiheelN Look Incide your wntchn moment 18000e9 condition If the movement isuiiiK gish theres something wrong It will move U558 riles in a year and e requires loss than onctpntli of a droll of oil to mike it run But it need that little badly The least degree of friction on the hearings niter the motion Dont take chances Let me clllIn and oil and nut your watclij In order for u year it willlny and satisfy you j WEBB the Jeweler CITYI HEKECPSH15MONIV rti Te- BANK Thats what every successful Busi ness man does If you kept yours here you would enjoy all the many conven iences which a well conducted finan cial institution such us ours is able to put at your disposal Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky IHOKKSBIONAL CAHDS R A IRVIN M D IPHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY KY 1PHYSIOIAN Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY OIlY Kl w THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher Snbscriplion Rates SO Cents per year iaaf vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall mutter Thursday August 7 1002 CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and Courier Journnl 100 1 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 1 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIKCCIT CLERK We are authorized to announce Mr cnndidate f Powell County subject to theaction of the Democratic party MrMorganClerk of Powell County subject to tlh beheldGeneral prosperity abounds but strikes continually increase Who can explain the paradox The various Oil Companies now operating throughout this State are daily bringing in tine wells If all were as reported by them t Kentucky could easily supply the whol UnitedStntesith all kind- of oiland it looks useless fo themto drill1 any further J Democracy stands for believes in and legislates that Is recisters its decrees nnd its belief that the people should be relieved more and more from the burden of taxation We see by the decrees that it regis ters by the laws it enacts that theI Republican party Corks for a gull ty prodigality Vote for V A Hopkins and help to increase the Democratic majority in tho House of Representatives The Republicans held a hot contested primary in the Eleventh to select a candidate for Congress The candidates were Vincent Boreingof Laurel Judge E Par leJofLaureland DG Colson of Bell county Boreing is the present incumbentand won the nomination over the two other candidates by upwards of 0000 pluraHtyIA Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney are to be elected next year Candidates are spring fug up in most every district but this one As Madison and Jessa minocountiesfurnishedthesfl office- rthe two past terms it seems to that it is time for Powell and Clad to supply the nominees Judge Benton of Clark and the present incumbent who became so by ap pointment a few months ago upon the death of Judge T J Scott it is said will be a candidate fur Judge No one so far has been mentioned to us for Common wealths Attorney Judge Benton is making good temporary judge andwe think he should ke nomi nated to make the race Puellt has five good Democratic attorneys either of whom could creditably fill the office of Commonwealths Attor ney Why not the honor be cast upon one of these worthy gentlemen Jt is due their county and duetbem SPOUTSPRING Benny Mckinnoy bought of J P Wright n bunch of shoats a 0 cents EM N McIntosh and W J Barnett are gone to Richmond on n business trip Miss Annie Burgher who has been so low for the past weeks has about recovered Born to the wife of Win Wiso mnn tho Sams merchant Thurs dry July SI n so- nAESamsnulfatuilyof luck erville visited relatives at this place Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs Hood Curtis vis ited the family of Frank Newal on Millers creek this week Throats McKinney has bought of Benny McKinney n tract of timber prying for same 100 Mr and Mrs Geo W Lewis of Thompson are visiting the lot ters relatives in this community We had n nice shower Tuesday night but not enough to do much good A good rain fell on yesterday however L lw man and young Mr eBush horse denIers of Olnrlcoun ty were here n short while on Monday B F Burgher of Locknanc+ visited his mothers fatally at Walters Ferry the latter part of the week Tom Curtis has sold that tract of land he recently purchased of Geo W Clark on Hurdwickscreek G W Orutis for 200 ngetr Blom ingdale Clark County Asa Todd who has been visit ing his sister Mrs J W McKin ney tit Hudson ill has returned after a three weeks visit Corn crops being laid byjiiid the haying season being most over there isn considerable increase in teams on the road hauling ties Bill Edge has moved into the house vacated by W E Bryan Mr Edge says he has stayed a vay from the Spout as long nabs could stand it Deputy Sheriiroims F Masters firstfthe attack of typhoid fever Mr Masters is fur from n robust man yet J W McKinney and family have returned from Hudson Ill make this State their future home They went from this place to Illinois last August and got enough of the West in twelve months Pastor Pence began a protract Methodists weking broke up the earlier port of the week J W Henry respectfully an nuances to the public that he Is a ble to be at his gallery in Clay City and will be glad to see any one wanting photographs I have not been at the gallery regular for three months but the worm weather hnst drown tho rheuinutlemau ny fora Come and havoyour pictures mode I will do you good honest work and my prices are as low as can be quality of worlfconsidered- Speeinlattcmtion will be given to all pictures left in mycare to be copied and enlarged Come nt once J W HENUV D afnotBII Cured hy local applications nil they can portiontcure deaf ness and that is hycon ftitutinna tene lies Deafness caused by nnjriflarned condition the mucous liiiihgof the EUEltnchinn Tube When HHR tube is inflamed you have n ru pound or im pprfeet henrihpfnd when it is en tirely closed Deafness is the result and unless thinflammatinn can be taken out nndthis tube restored to is normal condition herring will be dertroyed forever nine out of ten ore Paused by Oatnrrhwhich is nothing but mfljnflnmed condition of the mucous surfaces 111Ptvih gire One Hundred Dol lurf for any casijtof Deafnecs caus ed by catarrli that cannot be cnre by Hallc Vtarirfi Cure Send to circulars free F T ChenneybCo Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best j W TEnSevernl persono of clmrnc ter nnd good reputation in ench stnte tune In this county required to rep re sent old established wealthy businP house of solid flnnncinl standing i3fl1 pxppnllflIlIddltlonlllull dny direct from head ofliceBf Horce nnd npCfsllnryUererenccs stumped envelope Miinnger 310 Cn ton Building OhlcnRo Send 32c in stamps and get to trial treatment of Wilsons Morphine Cure Corp Wilson Cal vert Tex The Democratic party will be true to its hestltrnditions when lend ing n fight forJtthe lights of the as neaipst tho Gnats ant1- monopo1itHrilWptEdh high taritF or ForiSOc inr8taniis will mail a full trial of Walsol rtr Ahiir cnrCure Never fiiils Wfjte to Corp wit son Calvert Te- xMACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep lij Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 35 8 and 2 horsepower Thf best known power for farmers and others printedIILT CHS HAGFANw- iircEHsriEa EY loi l j Consumption Cured EufilySjjy the FilipinoiWthOd J A soldier tthnFit two years in he Philippines Witacurrretlaua brought home ti cure Consumptioij nndyall lung cow jiliiiiits Purtlculurs and proof free tISO r Calvert Tex t5 v Yoc iOlosingPut Iis I v r Until The isth of Sept nIe will sell every thing nt greatly Reduced Prices in order toinovo out us much of the Summer Goods tis possible nnd to make rotnt fur Fall and Winter Goods I Everything Will Go PrkesdrCalicoes at 4 and 4 12 cents 12 12centPercale 10 5cent Lawns 4 7 14cent Lawns 5 n Every thing in Dress Goods nt Sweeping Reductions MenH Clothing fli Cost to clean it out Menoand Boys liiitaiit Cost dur villopettvoureyenThis Will be the Sale of The ySeasonAnd you should not fail to CM PARE GOODS and Prie IMps J W WILLIAMS Clay City Ky The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls AncPElakiest Biscuit Aro 1J title Wli ii You ie A Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold byour Leading Jh reliant 724 I T Dr B Littlepage Son v i Dealers In Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Oil Paints and Etc 1 Prescriptions cnnfiilly ompniindcd and if we hint not got wlnt you want will get it for you on short artier r ARE YOU- I DEAF r AAF HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF j HEARINGARE tby our new invention Only those bora deaf re incurable HEAD IMMEDIATELYp 4 t Cfttlqu BeIng entirely cured of deafne sth nki to yoS tmentlwuTiiowa my dlscreaanAbouthearing lntlrtasarentirely and tbU kept on getting worse 1901IJ I I a treatment for catarrh for three month without anyuctt1hero others be most eminent who told meonly an operation could meand even that that the headthen cue but the hearing In the affected ear would be lout foreveriI then taw your ment ccidenlally Jn a New andlo0y f lteutlraad beg to remain Vel7uut your N a F A W2RMAN7308JlroadWayBattlmored Our treatment doe Hot interfere with your visual OCClffU1p ISS1INTERNATIONAL It H 4- w THE TIMES cAN ALL HOMEMADE 1 At KR THURSDAY = AUGUST 7 1902 I 7 LOOAL BREVITIES n H G Garrett of Winchester is in town to day 1 Merchant W G Patrick was il over from Kimbrcll Monday Mr Henry Hunter of Bowen was in town Saturday and Sun day Henry Hall of Lexington was visiting here the latter part last weeks Born to the wife of E W Moore a line daughter on Friday August 1 1002 I i Miss Wallace Montague of Par is is the guest of Mrs Lou GrovesY b of this place Misses Mollie sad Mattie John son were visiting relatives at Kosslyn last week t Miss Annie Waldron was visit ing relatives near Kosslyn the last of the week t1c Mrs W H Cassidy is visiting her sister Mrs A E Satins at 11 Kuckerville CJark county f Misses Margaretand Nancy Ew in of cjtanton were visiting relatives here the latter part of lust weeTj 7 Mrs 11 L Shimfessel and two L chiluren of Hardwicks creek are the guest of Mrs D U Bloom to duy h Attorneys John D Atkinson i anUJusvW Lilly and editor- Jhate of Stanton were in town 8tr Tuesiluyfi 0 5 The strike situation at Ashlandr 0 hats been adjusted and all the employes are returned to their positions x A E Sams oJ Kuckervillu was in town Monday He also attended court at Stanton on this day f t4 Mr and Mrs C W Groves of o Torrent here the guest of the for mers mother of this place front Saturday until Monday Mr and Mrs G P Douglas of 4Levee were in town Saturday vas here on business for a Knoxville WooIenl1ill y JMrsH P Rogers and two lit tle daughters of Winchester were the guests of Mrs W T Adams from Saturday until Monday The lri County Oil und Gas Company which has been boring i for oil and gas has struck it rich in gas at Oil Springs in Clark cluntvrD R Daniel has bought seve ralsteers from various parties at 4i cents The cattle market seems to not be as brisk as it was a few weeks back We have been doing a great deal of jqb work recently to the satisfaction of our patrons Good y work at living prices will com mand a good patronage The shooting gallery which located among us last week fora- I few days seems to bo doing a good business A sure shot every I time you loose a nickel Homo grown watermelons are on the market Tie crop is large and the quality fine Its no trouble get more than you can 1 eatif yiniye got ten cents 11 t 4 in A tit J Ji jf1f iF H M Witt of Levee is in town to day after lumber and shingles Mr Witt has purchas cd some more land at Levee and- I is building n nice residence oijlt Chamberlains ColicfJ Choleraand Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide reputation fur its cures It never fuilsand pleasant and safe totalej For sale byull dealers in putent medeclne r There was no of the Enoiighmembers constitute a quorum The meet ing was deferred till the latter part of the week- Aprotracted meeting began at Macedonia church this side of Levee a short distance last night Rev Shearer of Clark County is the pastor but wo failed to learn who would assist him Good horses seem to be in great demand every where It is ugly no trouble to sell a good horse for 100 or more Such animals are very scarce and when they are occasionally found they are not for sale While visiting in Missouri a few weeks ago Albert Holman purchased a farmof 120 acres at f28 per acre The farm is in Liv ingston county eight miles from Ohillicothe the county seat Mr Holman has not yet decided to move to that State but says lie may sonic tune in the future Minnie Pat her a thirteen year old girl from the upper end of the county was tried for lunacy be fore Judge Geo M Dericksou one day last week She was found to bo of unsound mind and taken to the asylum at Lexington on Friday by Jailor Y 0 Bowen L The numberof federal pension ers oh July 1 was 0004 0 as a gainst 007785 last year Commissioner Ware says that legislation enacted by the last congress will result in an increase of at least 10000 new pensioners Time next congress will addstill more v Allie W Young of Mt Sterling was nominated for Circuit Judge by primary in the 21st Judicial district without opposition Alex Conner of Bath county twos nom inated for Commonwealths At torney over J II Williams of Menifeo county and J W Riley of Rowan count Eld J T Turpin closed a prop tracted meeting at Bowen last night G S Gelton of Emi nence assisted liim Time church was greatly revived and twonew members were enrolled Bro Turpin is to begin a Beriesof meet ings at Powells Valley on Saturday night ohn6wope of Pilot View was in town a few days of this tlynyhnvemost tion He says he lags been liv ing there thirteen years and that he has Never in this time seen bettercrops than they have this year 5 Woare sorry to stato that Mr Waldron of time wellknqwii firm Shimfessel S Waldron gins de culed to retire from active busi news His health is not good and lib thinks best to rest up for awhile Mr Slnmfessol his part ner will continue the business at the old stand where lie will not cease tolumJsh tjio public with what tHey need nt lowest prices as formerly Freight and passengertrafiic on the t E is becoming enorinqusj iy Head= acheSick headache nervous head neuralgicheadache headache from excitement in fact headaches of all kinds arc quickly and surely cured with DR MILES Pain PillsAlso all pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains monthly pains etc Dr Miles Pain Pills are worth their weight in told MrWD Krea mer of Arkansas City Kan cured wife of chronic headache- when nothing else would Dr Miles Pain Pills drive away pain as if by magic I am never with out a supply and think everyone should keep them handy or two pills on approach of headache timeMRS Chicago IlL Through their use thousands of people have been enabled to at tend social and religious func tions travel enjoy amusements etc with comfort Asaprevent ative when taken on the ap proach ofa recurring attack they are excellent SoleS by 11 Druggists 25 Donac 25 cents Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind There are ns many as twenty trnins a tiny pass through Clay City For the length few roads anywhere do a better business Henry IJ Shattiick ShelUbury Iowa was mired of stomach trouble with which ho land been alllicted for years by four boxes of Cham berlains Stomach und Liver Tub lets lIe had previously tried many other remedies and n number of physicians without relief For salt byail eulersjn patenlt medicine In timuof iioauo is time time to prepare for was j Now is time time to repair the roads throughout the county In a flaw months after the full rains sot in they will be gin to get niuddjinnd most impass able Then it will require two or three times time work to put them in repair as now Let our overseers see that their roads are put ill the best condition possible fur the winter A Care for Cholera Infantam Lust MarItsays Mrs Curtis Maker of Bookwalter OhioUan infant child of our neighbors was riiilierinjLr from cholera infantuni The doctor hair given up nil hopes of recovery ijTtbnk a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea RemeUy to the house telling them 1 felt Burdit would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered ntidls now nearly a year since a vigorous1 heultby girl I have recom mended this Remedy frequently and have novel known ii to fail In any single instance1 For solo by all deulerin patent medj Hoe Times must lie prosperous in- urn y City esia illYso with those who have property to rent One cast scarcely timidaim empty house tiny ain OlayToity Some one who has someL surplus money might find it profitable Invest men t to build n few nice cottages to rent Kent seems to bo very high and nice nterest could cor tainly bo l11u1Q9ilnH investment of a few thousand dollars in these cottages We trust some ono will take up the master and go to work at oncer The citizeusfJackson are por toVIOiI r tinttiimlr to I- hrfm IElder David Bruner of Harrds the oldest Baptist minis ter in the State Ho is 01 years old and has been preaching for sixty years During this time he has baptized 3800 converts into time church and married 2500 couples The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale ball dealers in patent medi cine Still in The Lead OurStock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them right nUll they can depend upon getting everything they needat liv ing prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We are now coilucting a general store at Spoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing us at the main store WeAre In The Timber Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloadedt Dont Trad efe T e er Tt io until you serous Twill payyou Remember l1r t reSfat both places As E BARsCLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING I KENTUCKY A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia by Chamberliani Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr dims H Utter a prminent physician of Panama Colombia in a recent letter states Lust March I had as patient a young 1111six teen yearn of age who had a very had attackof dysentery Every thing I prescribed for her proved ineffectual Itlld she was growing wurse every hour Her parents were sure she would dip She had bfConie so weak that she tonld not turn over in heal What to do at this critical moment was u study for me but I thought of Chamberlains Guile Cholera and Diar rhoea Kttnidy nod 18 a last resort prescribed it The most wonderful result was effected Whithin eight hours site was feeling much better j inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end of one week was entirely wellIIFor sale by all dealers in patent medicine I For Sale Boiler ani Engine 10horse power boiler and engine in first class running order also an 18in buhr grist mill A bargain Call on or address M Bailey Cloy City Ky 72G When some men talk they dont believe a word they har M BAILEY Merchant anl Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six Jays in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for one sixth tole Mr Wesley Garrett say to sprin kle Hour on your cabbage while tho due is on in the morning and you Will not be bothered with worms A J Cottinghum wentto Wash ington County Ark to see his sister and while there was taken with flux dysentery and was very bud olf He decided to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was so much pleased with the prompt cure which it ef fected that he wrote the manufac turers a letter in praise of their medicine Mr Cottinghum resides at Loekland Ark This remedy is for solo by all dealers in patent medicine if J tvr THE N Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIERSPOOK Pres Capital Mock 200000 Surplus 20000 We solicit the accounts of imli vid gals firms and corporations 542 I CourierJournal 12TIMES hhl 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICE AWEEK COURIER JOURNAL is the best published in the United States for Uemocratsand- nil renders It is the equal of ninny Dailies and the superior of all other SemiWeeklies Henry Wattereon Ed itor The 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 Arrangements You can get THE TIMES And the TwiceaWeekCourierJournal Both one Year for Only One DollarThis is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through this office c An exchange very pertinently romnrks Crone of the funniest sights tor see nre the young sap suckers who have gone to the city und after a short time return to the country home on a visit to the old man and old woman as they slightly speak of father and mother Jt is remarkable how small the old home town grows how the moss has accumu lated on the back of his boyhood acquaintances These little roos ters go to the city and earn a sal ary of probably two dollars a week and their washing but when come tout home in the brush they cut a splugo that is amusing extremely amusing to their country acquaintances The lads have forgotten how they used to cross the old public square as chief pi lot to the brindle cow or how they brought up the weeks lay ing of eggs to trade for brown sugar and a stick of candy thrown in They have forgotten the dirty face running nose one gallus and stone bruise Just wait till warm weather and you will see a lot of these now world famous men just drop in to kill a little timeIts not more than one in half a dozen who turn darnphool this way but some of them do and when they come around be sure to take off your hat offer your chair and make much ado for they are monied men having I probably as much ns5 andare turn ticket Snow Creek fThos Wood went to Winchester Friday s CharlioDawBon sold eight shoats tot GTigg for 825 aivMllEubank ofKiddville was I t p in ounmldst Thursday looking for hogs Mrs Nora Boone of Pilot View was the guest of her father Thus Ogden Sr Sunray Mr Abb Viv ion and wife of Kiddville are visftidg friends and relatives hero this week Several young folksof Winchester are visiting hero this week and at tending the meeting at Log Lick Thos Ogden Jr was one of the happy Sentinel hays thus went to Natural Bridge Wednesday und reported a nicu time Theliitle son of Dir nnd Mrs Herbert lleflin is suffering Very himiT B + Ware sold a sow and shoats to John Colt for 85 Elsberry Olcmnions who has been sick is getting some better Mrs Nannie Baker of Clay City visited at this place Tues dayT B Ware and family and Win Mastin were at Stanton on business Dillard Hughes and wife of Kiddville visited the hitters pa rents Sunday 0 0 Curtis and wife Win Fisher and wife attended the pro tracted meeting at Snow Greek last Sunday The school at this place is pro gressing nicely Mr Ewin has the appearance of being a nice man null a good teacher Newt Osborne and son passed Here Tuesday with a drove of sheep The boy wa tothe Spring wlien Ins hosofeldd- une very near breaking his leg Reduced to FIFTY CEtyTS A YEAR New Idea- Womans Magazine FormerlyOne Dollar THiS Is the cheapest and best Magazine now before the American public It shows MillineryinWomans Work and In Reading andYshows the very fashionable NEW laM STYLES made from NEW IDEA PAT TERNS which cost only lOc each Send Five Cents Today fortilngls copror the New IDEA WOMAN valulforTHE NEW IDEA rUBLISHIIfO CO site Broadway UIW York N Y p e aoolteSee o o Modern Printing Which wo do at Modern Prices Has an individuality About it that commands Attention o Ii i Lets Talk itOvers01 On that next order of Printing you need We can make it Beneficial to you Try us once eo ifimts iri1 i G a a aa a aaanaasa aas aa a F + p LexiiigtonjEasterriRy 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RatesSlOOpcrdayjtfci h Bluegrass Nursories- SPRIi tGi1to Fruit anil Ornamental Trees Grope Vines A nuriigup small fruits anti every tlpritif of Orchard Lawn hat Gnrl I hove no ngints but tI lhhr utto the planter Strawberry and General Cutn logues on application to H F HILtMflEYER LEXINGTON KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE hTRADEMARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone aendtng a sketidt and may certain our opinion tree v etber auquickly II probabl pit Communication etnotlyconadentlaL lIandbook on ratena lent free Oldest agency for ecurllltlJ tenu ratenta talon thronRh Kunn co receive rfotice cease to the Scientific JIrkaA handsomely Ulnitntedtreeklr Tdirmt clr calatlon ot any clcntmo journal Terms tt a our months tL Sold byall newd aera MIIN C03cIorNew York Branch Once ca P Bt Washington A c n1uVBend model ketch or photo ot InycnUon tor free report an pnttntaMUty For free took ttenaand ARKS Miss Ida MSnyderTr- eaaHrer of the Brooklyn EM End Art Club If women would more attention to their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters and would observe results would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many curve are given for In consulting with my druggist head vIsed McElrees Wine of lrdul and Thed fords BlackDraught and so I took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui isareguatorof the menstrual and is a most astonishing tonio for women It cures scanty suppressed too frequent irreg uar falling of the womb whites and flooding It is helpful hood during pregnancyAter child birth in It frequently a dear baby to homes havebeen barren All druggists have 8100 bottles of Wine CarduiW1NE0FCARDUI While Sunday service vas in progress in n church hour Outlets burg Sylvester Copley Jr placed a 48 caliber revolver against the breast of John White and shot him through the heart White was death in four minutes Copley made his escape through the woods An old grudge iii the case The murderer has since irteutlered totfhoerilf + r Thejr he6tFrtlr ii their history is what the Irxinj t n Elks expect to give next week Everything is in readiness for the big chow and nothing will rival it in Kentucky this year President Hiirhison pays the Horse shuts will behiggef and t Jwal tic shows better than ever rnd this with the dully automobile ractp bond concerts running races tot ppeeial rings nnd other vaiied amusements offered should n to make Up one of the best shows oflliekihd ehrtt tempted The speed ring programme will be One of the lest ever teen lit the Lexington Fair MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery I FOB Consumption Coughs and Colds I Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption HayFeverPlourlsYICroup and Whooping YI TowirPropert For Sale Two houses and lots in the town ClfBoanciIIltK One house on Main strict and the other on Mot berry street Desirable properly at of the coal und timer hiss mess This property I will sell tit n low price Foi further imfnrmotiinl BeeAV U HijjlockUnonuyle 1Cy or N M Into8h Spout Spring Ivy Bo on Time Fast time or slow time is unknown in a reliable wl1tlhe cnn main your wntfh reliable qr furnish you one tlmt ic Accuracy nndphiu tnality are Pteppjifg 8tl1 sae- cessln business or sociiil lift No percon can afford In endanger an important appointment by not own lug a reliable time piers l itehrH Hint go through IIIy hands are timekeepers they lire alwnys just jis represented Myvarmint is given with every watch I sellor repair WEBB ThUJewelertltty City AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T DEWITT TALMAGU by his Son Kev Irnnk DewiljjruhnnKu und assiiclnte editors of hist inn Hcrld Only book endorsed by Tnlmnge family Enormous profit for ngents who net quickly Outfit ton cents Write fni nieditttely OLHK tC CO 222 S 4tivSt Phlln 1n Mention this Paper THE VOLCANOS DEADLY WORK from the Full ofPompeii to the Destine time of St Phrroby 1rof 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