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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ItIf 50 Cents a Year In Aa 5onc We are here to help Clay CifytJ e SarroonJing Country anJ Onrselves h E Burgher Jr Publisher It VOL 7 CLAY CITY KY OSHSJKSDAT AUGUST 3d 1902 JST0 33 r 0 A I GRAND i ClosingOut Sale t a Bargains Bargains We Intend to Close Out our business In Clay City and In order to do so will sell I our Entire Stock of General Merchandise POSTJTfor the next CQ days WI ave a large and variedstocK to select from and now is the time to get BARGAINS This cost sale will bo for Cash or country Produce Only All those knowing themselves to be indebted to us y will please come forward and pay their accounts as we wish to have everything settled up immediately I SMmtal Waldron I IBbl NeE MPG Go Winchester Ky I We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling t Blinds WValherboardin- gyarahdasr Pickets tAi sy SliinglhsnntlrEto L4Mtrt tie fiFlO T ClJ ef I All Were Bared For years I suffered such un told misery from Bronchitis writes J II Johnston of Ca utllllt often I was unable to work Then when else failed X was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for My wife suffered intensely from Asthma till it cured her andall our experience goes to show it is the best Croup medicine in the world A trial will convince you its unrivaled for Throat and Lung disea see Trial bottle free at Clay City Lbr Stave Co Bought a Business Elder W F Oloinons a former merchant of Millers Greek and an old friend to tho editor of this paper has a grocery store at Ho has sold his Jessamine county farm which he purchased last full 1 c 1 o t v look PJenant Pleaie- w It C C Ilnrlan nf so now though for years he colildnt because he s It 5 the worst form All physicians and medicines failed to help him till he tried Electric Bitters which worked such wonders for him that lit declares they are n godsend to MitFerers from and ton nil troubles for diseases of the Stomach Liver and Kidneys they build Up and give new life to the whole system Try them Only 60o by Clay City Lbr Stave Co The Tlrtus for theoows it 1 1J H 6 h- Cc i V + WOr Clay City Ky flui 1 1902 We are for Building Paper Felt Roofing Fliiitgid Rqofnng v J atitlErctf 43 Sendus Your Estimates r Promt Shipments Broughton everything Consumption GaurunteedbottlesdOoand purchased Nicholasvillo Lhotographer EatonjOcanido otngonytrom of indigestion dyspepsia Unrivaled jGuaramlteed i9b Headquarters Work Progressing on L A Mr Wheeler who is in charge of tho tracklayers on the Louisville t Atlantic was hero a few days ago He says he now has the way cleared for his gang and nothing but bad weather can de lay his work There is but one trestle to build and Mr Bryant Avlio is iu charge of that part of the work says it will be ready for the iron when tho trackmen reach it A largo force of men are be hind Mr Wheelers gang and are surfacing the tract so that when the iron is all down the road will be in condition for traffic Those of the railroad men who ought to know say that regular trains will be runningfrom hero to Richmond and Versailles by the 15thof September Tho yards and Y are both graded at tits foot of Gour loy Hcigl tlahdaro ready for track Beattyville News JWJjbiir Smiths College Lexington Write M Prof W 11 Smith fur 25 earsIresidentoftk Oouiincr ciul College of Kentucky Universi I ty for particulars at nneqilnlvd m duconuiits for joung man to pursue its Business Shorthand Typewrit legsin sectoring situations for its stu dents + See advertisement Adslrtt +s- only W It Smith Lexington Ky It is enough to make old Sputa laugh in her sleeves every thus she thinks about how nicely she shoved her Philippine troubles off on Un cle Saws ahouUlers but hH ehoul dervare little trongrr tIIISplilhs i thk I Y Ofod Roads The Lexindn Democrat in speaking ofJe Good Roads con Lexingtonltbuilding offHMKI roads is a mat ter of impofto every citizen and an interest itlie pioneer work now being done the zealous advocates tchroads is wor thy of our inSet substantial encouragement and enthusiastic support K uticky tS it stands today is n yeti able gem ofall creation Nafure was more boun tiful in its gifts to this garden spot wo call Kentucky than to any other spe nl territory in all this western Jf1l1isphere Other sections ina onst thing and that buffoTd Kentucky clue boast of mpic Jod things than any two sta es combined That our off urnpikes was not perfect wesnjt know We be hove thutjiinjera of good roads is coming and these men who faIvoredblazing the an improve utent in oui fds which will addt j greater reno1tJ to our coniinon- wealth that vvnv Tw triumph of a great racerk surpassing elo quonce of niittor the beauty of out weur3 1r the mellowness of the spiiW that the poet says sotneti teals away nI mans bra l Te good roa ip- lectpla arcsiinei I thiiiigelse t t iiliest and it should have tftltbst roads Right You Are Oncj A strong RepUpncan newspaper which seldom g t anything right I hits the nail squint ly on the head once and voices 6ut sentiment exactly when it IIIft This paper wouldrather tri stnmun who wears pants with pate js on the knees as big as your han than a dude who shines out ill finalIthes parts his hair in the middleandwears a col lar so high that Kpflias to get on a stump to spit lS i Will Not Be Candidate Mr Henry yoter8on the able editor of the Courier Journal whose name hlla frequently been mentioned as possible candidate for Governor 8ay8in the light of rtcent developniHiU he will not make the race says he will continue to be a free man a Kentuckian and a Democrat i Tv Beginning Friday sixteen new rural delivery Tlltftswilllwgin up 11trutlOnJPse together with th four routes now in operation willmitiko a totllluf twenty rural free delivery routes anti will thoroughlj over the coati ty The olllcial ciinVa s of the vote in the Eleventh district Republican primary gives Bti eiiiing14852 votes j Colson 0834 and Iarker 45131 Boreinps tnajorit gyer both opponents j is 3005w I An explosion ormemic 18 in a cellar under a drug ire in Princ1i ton caused the delitJiof one and the defitructipjyiby fire of prop erty valued at 875 9IJelhco Ky su fed a Joss of from 815000 to060 by fire- Puesdaynighty o insurance- I L iL r y A Fire In Town Last night shortly after the lights went out a blaze was discovered in the roof of the boiler house at tlie planing mill The fire was ex tinguished with but little damage Down With Flux Miss Nannie Burton and two of her brother John Burtons children are all down with a severe attack of flux at the Burton home on Hard wicks creek Shatters All Records Twice in hospital F A G til ledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors When all fail ed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured hon Subdues Inflammation conquors Aches kills Pains Best salve in the world 25c at Clay City Lbr Stave Co Berea Bills Ambition The chief aunt and occupation of that grand old Democrat Judge Berea Bill Beckner during the past five or six years have been the acquisition of a Republican nomination for Congress in the Tenth district and heres hoping that the empty honor will be knocked down to him IS thehigh est bidder at the Winchester anc tion next Thursday Louisville Times Wrong you are Mr Times six years ago Mr Beckner was runt ngforthe Democratic jiomina = mT1f j w k1 kiln rH1le longer lean iisunl to turn ovef because nothing was heard from him after he was de feated for two years when he sought the nomination for Con gross at the hands of the Republicans W R Smiths College Lexing ton is where hundreds of clerks farmer boys und others have invest ed 800 to 190 for tuition and hoard for education and are now get RendIadence Remember that in order your letters may roach this college address only Wilbur H Smith Lex ington Ky 1rof1L S Eubank has been employed to teach the public school of Stanford They are building n new house to cost six teen thousand dollars nnd school will begin as soon as it is finished His salary will be one thousand dollars for a nine months term or at that rate for the time taught Winchester Democrat For Lieutenant Governor The lIon Abram Renick of Clark county and the present Representavo from his county is being spoken of as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor Mr Renick has been twice elected to the Legislature mid was a leader in thin body I Born Tuesday August 12 to Mr and Mrs Geo Tomlinson of Winchester a daughter Mrs Tomlinson was formerly Miss Maud Derickson of this town Hand Badly Mashed Joe Molnt1 accidentally got n hnnd badly mashed in thu pre sa in the TIMES office Tuesday night It was so badly lacerated Dr Will iaras found it necessary to lake seven stitches in dressing it Clay City has a number of rep resentatives the Elks Fair at Lexinton this wee- kMARRIED Mr Frank Lncefleld nightwatch man at Whittletons mill at Natu ral Bridge anti Mrs Bryant of this town were married at Stanton too day Elder E W Marcum ofliciat ed Just look At Her Whence came that sprightly step faultless skin rich rosy complex ion smiling face She looks good feels good Heres her secret She uses UrKings New Life Pills Resultall organs nctirlige tion good no headnchfs no chance for blues Try them yourself On ly 25c at Clay City Lbr Stave Co The Balance s I Wheel i Look incide vntch n moment The biilunce wheel Is soaking 18000 vibrations nn hour if Its in good condition If the movement is slug gish theres something wrong It will move y558 miles In a year nnd S requires less tbiin onetenth of n drop of oil to innke it rmu But It need that little badly the least degree J of friction on the hearings itlters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean nnd ollllndflit yi tir wi tch in order for n pay said satisfy yo- uijWEBB the Jeweler CLAY C- ITYeo1YY YJIy y5l pqf fie fy L STItOIIOYNDATIO Ja NK CCOWtl Ample Resources a Large Sur plus Olllcers of trained capacity a Board of directors composed of leading citizens lire some of the claims we mnko on your attention Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky Ktusata FOR A- Sltutloa BoofeKeepIngBusIness PHONOGRAPHY IITjpeWfltlng Telegraph WH WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tor circular of bti famoni end nipontlbt COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded M BU at World Erpo IUo L la 11ulTu1I Telegraphy8pecia1tine warded BT dn tc Lltermrr Oouifreclf dftlrod IMO raaatio Enter now Oradnatefineceofal I crdtr alea your Uttn nock w aUna only WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky 1MIOFK881ONAL CARDS NhhNhMM IPNhdYNM1MMhMN1hM1N R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY P THE TIMES rUllLISIIED EVERY THUItSDAY J B burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year inaj vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass moil matter Thursday August 14 1902 CLUB RATES For the convenience four sub scribers ire have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer IIO II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 M110UC1MIsNTStt CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to nnnounce Sir V T STRIXOER of Cliiy City as n candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party AVe are authorized to announce Mr Morgan It LYLE candidate for Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held Dec 6 1002 One of the workings of the pres ent tariff that is not perhaps un derstood by the American consu mer is the rebate that is allowed our manufacturers for goods ex ported contemporary explains it An American wool manufac turer must pay an exorbitant du ty on wool Of course he adds to his price of carpets and cloth and the American consumer pays it But if the manufacturer ex ports hiscarpets ahd clothtlfe government refunds to him the duty that he has paid oft the wool that goes into those goods Thus the tariff actually discriminates in the case of foreign purchasers against our own people Oounty conventions were held in the Tenth Congressional dis trict Saturday by the Jlepubli cans to eleofcrdelegates to the dis trict convention at Winchester Aug 14 to nominate a candidate for Congress The instructions are scattering Of the counties reported Morgan and Powell in struct for Judge W M Beckner Estill for JamesA Wallace Lee for JG White and the remain der are uninstructed The counties in the district and the vote to which they are enti tled in the nominating convention are as follows BreathittS Clark 39 Elliott 0 Estill 18 Floyd 12 Johnson 10 Knott4i Lees 8t Ma goffln 18 Martin 8 JUenifee 5f Montgomery 15 Morgan llf Pike 23 Powell 7 Wolfe 7 Selecting tile SIts The work of locating the two new locks and dams above Louisa due in each fork of the Big Sandy river has begun The next step will be they purchase of e II0ugh lnndon each side of the river for the uses of the Govern ment in time building and operat ing the locks and darts This work is under the recent appro priation secured by Congressman White The wages of laborers have been increased from sixteen cents an hour on Big Sandy work and from seventeen to eighteen cents on the Ohio river sq The total value of last years crop of iqbaceo in the state of umwardsofof dollars j s a y SPOUTSPRINQ W J Christopher Jr has gone to Ford on business w G Patrick was in Irvine Wedesday on business Frank Barnett and Shelt Mc Kinney were among time visitors- to the Lexington fair this week o Mrand Mrs Jackson Stephens are visitiiig their daughter Mr- sGeorgeGrnrett near Winchester r QeoAV Lewis of Thomson has time TIMES sent his Aunt Mi nerva Griggs of Garden City Kansas Green Blanton and familyof Fox visited the family of Albert H McIntosh the latter part of last week The school at this plnce hug been adjourned for this week The teacher is attending the Teachers Instinte at Irvine Andy Hampton of Indian Fields passed through town yesterday enroute to the upper por tion of Estill buying sheep and cattle Dr B Littlepage was over the latter part of last week looking over his telephone line which has been put in first class repair The boxes on the line have been supplied with new batteries Several attended preaching at Powells Valley Sunday in anticipation of witnessing a marriage that failed materialize Strange such false reports can gain credence with any one ChasEns on leas moved his saw mill from Hardwicks creek to the McKinneyOlark boundary of timber near this place and wilj mijrocrThere will be no preaching nt the Methodist church Sunday the regular meeting dry Pastor Pence will be engaged in work elsewhere He advises us that there will be no ojnissioiupf ser vices after this month but that preaching will be had regularly on the third Sunday J A custom that is frequently in Tlulged in by most gardeners is to sprinkle paris green on cabbage to kill the worms These people should lenrn that paris green will kjll people also One family at Harrodsburg came near losing their lives by eating cabbage tnat had had this deadly poison sprinkled on them to kill tim- eworms Coughed up a Pebble Saturday while Mr T S Mari mon was talking to some friends jn the band stand he coughed up i1 pebble about as large as a me diumsized marble For some months his throat had troubled him and he has had an almost constant hacking cough but the removal of the pebble has reliev pd him of both He hasnt the remotest idea of how the stone Iot into his larynx Harrods burg Herald J W Henry respectfully an pounces to the public that he 18a blo to be at his gallery in Clay City and will be glad to see any one wnnting photographs I have not been at the gallery regular for three months but the warm weather hue drawn the rheumatism away for a time Comeand have your pictures made I will do you good honest work and my pries are as low as can be quality of work considered Special attention will be given to ullpictures left in my cure to be copied and enlarged Come nt once Jr WlhNurr sr lr 11I ttW c i r i ti it td t wimf z r Deaf Cannot Be Cured r by local applications s they can not teach the diseased portion of the earThere isionlv one way to cure deafness and tlmnt is by con Stitutional remedies Deafness is- hcaused by nh inflnrnjedCnndilion of the mucous liningoVte l UFlnchinn Tube hli inflnmcd you have n rttilttblfifigcitliitl or imperfect hcnringrtXndwlien it is on tirtly dosed Iaffee8iB the result smith unless the Inflammation can be taken out and tnls tulie restored to is normal conditio ljfcanngwill be dertroyed forevcrinfne put of ten are enticed by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give Ono Hundred Dol tars for any case pffDeafnePS caus hecuredIE circulars free i F 1 Chenney tfk Toledo Q Sold hy Druggis 75c Halls Family are tile best T rANTKn Severahriereons of clmrac ter and good reputation in each state one in this county required to repre sent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Sala ry 18 00 weekly with Expenses addi tional all pnynble in each AVednes dny direct from head offlcee J torso and necssnryUerelenceilEn 1 stumped i1Iiin ger 310 Cux ton Building Chicago Send 32c in stampsand pet full trial treatment of lIJ1solls Mor phineCuff Corp Wilson Cal vert tex atblessed it is to nay a luindredfdQllars for an Aiiierican wrifrprotected typewriter thane sold in London Eng for 55 For JOc in mail a full trial of Yilr8tnmll8Will CQ Cure- Newerfi + Corrpll4son Culvert 1 ext 5C MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDSOF Machinery Repaired WP Keep lo Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose andElectrlcolSuppllesWE c Gasoline fil1gines In 3 5 8 aml1xJjorlopower The List knownover 11tIJlers and Qth I84f i prntediiLT CHASHAGAN WIN CERSTE143 Y- S t 92 Consumptioii jCuredE- asly ny tie Filipino MeodAso- ltlierwho I Ii suet bite yen rs in the Philippines di cuv roilunil brought home II ceitnltitctfrefor Consumption andall 1 igchat plllillls ultlculultmlr r free from COfR4P WILSON- Calvert I Iext- l ftJI 11 Ie 51 atX- ijl I It t E T- LClostrigOut h r Sa11i44f i fii i Until The rgth of Sept f I 4e will Fellevery thing at greatly Reduced Pricef in order foiloo i ournsiuucli of the SunitinrGfels possibleurijl UQ i it fut FilII ntilr VirilerGoole i j C V jt J- Everything I Wffl Go i r I at Reduced nct I Calicoes at 4 and 412 cents 121lv2oent Percale 10- 5oentLawns I 4 6 14cent Lawns 5 f Kvtry iliiiig in Dress Gooilg at Sweeping IttductiuiiA RlijnK Clouting ni Cost to clean it out Menffiiml Hos hatRiJiCostatir lug this Sole liDO 1nir of Shots at prices thiiitrlll open vouree i This Will be the Sale ofThe Season And you should not fail to CM PARK GOODS und Pi ices MrstI W WILLIAMS Clay City Ky 1 T Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls j And Flakiest Biscuit 1t i tiiPearl and Bakers Pride= FJo fTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN NfEBSAlLLESKVV Scald by our Leading Men hltuls ra7 24 I 0 Ys f Dr B Little agc c tOll Dealers In Pure Drugs Patent JVJediqinesvGiJv- in r stj and Etc t Ofl vvPrescriptionpcnnfiilly conip undHl nml if we havo not otuiluit you 1lit will get it for you on spurt notice k- r ARE YOU DEAF ANY f j HEAD NOISESwALL CASES QF JI DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING r abyHEAD IMMEDIATELYFiA L CreflrmeysDelagentirelycuredofdeafneaethanketoyourtreatweu Iwaiuowgiveyott ol a your a fiomyI a treatlueot for utarrh for three month llb01lt fonlyIkIthenoiaesceasedtanmltodaylieartlly and beg to remain Very 1V0vrrkKPAWERMAIf73o8DroadwarBaltImoreatd or r rjv r JifOur heatlnct era wUh your usual occupation iH Sr1INTERtVATIONAL K q a r gj j m1 l itIi h1r oi t t 1 tr- n I a THE TIMES b i AN ALL HOMEMADE I AFKR i THURSDAY e AUGUST Jt 1902 I i LOCAL BREVITIES hnThe IE pay ear rolled u the roan Ion ay Born to the wife of John Wes euttntine son on the 8th inst H1 Judge W T Webb made a bus j mess trip to Lexington Tuesday Born to the wife of Mat Old hunt on the 7th inst a fine girl Weed Ewin and family of La Monte Mo arc visiting their rel atives in this countyih Miss Mary Fitch of Ashland Iwho has been the guest of her brother for the pastfew weeks re turned home Monday Stun Ely the of Higbee Missou ri is visiting friends in his of home Mr Blythe left this State twentytwo years ago Owing to the church house un dergoing the finishing work the Sunday School at the Christian churce has suspended until the 1 hough is completed H M Witt of Levee was in town Tuesday andwhilehere1 gave us a short call and had the I TIMES sent to his brother J W Witt at 8117 Bell St KansasCity j NJfI y U 1 r i V 1VnttjTownsend of this place had dwelling house burned at BowenTuesday night The housel f ft was occupied by Polly Jones and the burning is supposed to be the workof fire bugs The protracted meeting atMac edonia is progressing nicely un der the preaching of EldersShear erytiiepaBtorandBu8hofGeorge town There has been several accessionsto the church t q r The Annual Conference of the Di1E Church South willrbe held at begimiing Sep tember 8 Pastor J H Pence and W G Patrick ofSpoutspring will represent this circuit Geo W Lyle Jr of Furnace J brought to town on Monday a freak f nature It wasa full grown froosterwith three well developed 1I feet It has been view ed by numbersIDr E A Wolfe of Denison Ohio and Elntt r Bt une oflusJ varawas Ohio former directors Ifutthe Licking Valley Oil Compa i fly were here Monday looking ufJ l ter oil interests I Clarence Tolen of St Joseph Mo who lias been visitingreln tivesiTrflus county started for p home Monday morning His neice t Miss attoiv returned with fjrmJOUU1 tothat i it f bylviaRusserll has been r employed to la select school 1litBowen for a termof nine nttlsdaryot UOper riiIIIOl1th Mrs Russell JUlspreI i r viously taught three schools at Bowen giving universal satisfac a I Yof 4iettif1 i l vlithe visit tug some ther little tl JfcilC1rod folks at Bowen the Jittle t j2 year old son of Charley Coop r er was shot and instantly killed t by one of about Ihis age with an t unloaded 4 shot gun The re Sunrvrtt idayTfpr1 burial i The eit physicChamberlains Stomachs Easy 2toFor sale by ai dealeT Mln patent medi v I fcdinePastor1 H penSe preached his last sernioii on tlTscircuit at Itgiro 8unduy Sight 4He and his wife Ieft Tuesdaymornigfor ranklin where th rrill encelitcetstli8 first ofiSepteniberl Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rtmnly lirts H world mid e Deputation for Its curets It never tnileand is pleasant and guts to take fFor sale byall dealer in patron mededne j The Republicans of thiscounty metinmassconventionatbtanot t on Saturday and instructed forAV M Beckrier of Winchester fo Congress Roscoe Hall was elect Chairman of the convention and Thomas Ogden Jr secretory j William E Heflin one of the Ijnost successful and enterprising odcounty was town Tuesday He tells Us he is preparing Mto lisarmftable and convenienf Charlie Holmes who was indicted by the last grand jury at Stanton for robbing Bob Rabbit colored of a watch and some money and who escaped from jail at that place but was week before last arrested at Lexington and brought back to the Stanton juilI made his escape again Monday night Pastor Turpin was jn town yes terday He tells us that Eld J W Parsons who was to assist him in his protracted meeting at Powells Valley failed to come but tlmtheiscontinuingthemeet ing himself with good results so far There has been six accessions to the church already and a great deal of manifested interest irr the meeting J c Lewis of New York City was in town several days last week While here he went over to the Old Furnace and Cottage Furnace investigating this property He represented some large firm of New York which is oflthisand operatingsnots r t 4 The three days conference of Mormons or LatteivDay Saints held near Owingsvilleclosed Sun Oily night with an open uirnieet hug at which there was an im mense crowd Mormons made some converts during their meeting and there werethree tisniB There are antictabout j twelve 1lrrflOllconverts in thi- sdeuutyJharpgburf1 yprjdv Robbed of 8eee Thursday Right John Hunter who lives on thedouMile Road aboutrtwowand was Robbed pf tQW tai- guldf I ltIi+ telCSptan a Jar bp ider The i1ob1e y iti lom1n tJ d tQ iu the aftt nhoi while gutterwu 4 working tti his garden ThisCtot We ftifillt- nknt of tl4e prediettoustttany who ha yeforveara hiiit- gainst keepuisoattu mmbney n his house v JfdFIIIe Oil I lath The Raglanc oil fields arejn an uproar over discovery of green oil pil JJie Ewing farm at Clear I Creek Furnace The well was brought in lost Friday ata depth of 1100 feet b the Mt Sterling air Gas Company and is the Hw About Your Heart minutestbreath after slight exertion as going up stairs sweeping walking etc Do you have pain in left breast side or between shoulder blades chok orrlie orilcftside If you have any of these symptoms you certainly have a weak heart andshould immediately take J11Heart Cure YfatrlosslrIsffectedabout the heart and In the left shoulder antS side while the palpitation would awaken me from tnIlleep CureandSold fcr aU Druggists Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I first green oil found in the territo ry Mr Snedaker oil expert pronounces the well as a paying one without being shot Other wells will be put down at a deep onceSharpsburWorld In a Dangerous Condition R H Skidmore of Bowen kicked by a unile About thfe weeks ago breaking his leg above the knee Local physicians attend ed him and he was thought to be doing well when gangrene set in last week He was taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington where upon examination it was decided to amputate the injured member Time amputation was successful and Mr Skid more is doing nicely Later Mr Skidmoredied Tues duty and was taken to his home at Bowen on Wednesday for burial Henry L Shattuck Shellsbury Iowa was cured of stomach trouble with which he bad been aillicted for years by four boxes of Chain bwrluins Stomach and Liver Tab lets He had previously triedman other remedies and a number of phyeieiuna withRUtreliet For sale by all dealers in t ttenit medicine Oil has been struck bylVi El merNorthcutt on 1Jla faint in tayiescandtvelntau idepfh jof Ibeariitgfisatid well will be put doK llwn Bred or more feet Whew the driller began operation Monday morning they bailed out eight gallons of oil from fins well which had rut in since they quit Saturday evening t A Cart for Chcjert Infaatn list Ifa Mrs Curtis Baker of Boo6waltect0hio an waseulferinfhe dftctoir had Ki u alt hopes of il J k abottleof ChameXlatnsColio4koleraandDiarrhoea telling them 1 felt stit Would do goodJf accortitt9pletloiiij- In two tl ystime th o4ildh d rN ay tees a and is l teear a year s lrl have rtJM1d1lt8 ity irsgtteDt y amid havesarernoKn ft to fail in any single uFora1e by all dealers tnkpatsatmedt sine ttc 1 Good Horse Senae will tell you that old eggs and glut are not things you want to eat yet some coffee roasters glaze their coffee with such things Not so with Lion CoffeeIts Just pure unadulterated undisguised coffee never covered up with any glazing of any kind 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 living prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you Weave now coducting a general store Spoutspring 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 Tanbark end Railroad Ties inthis uhieei Dont Trade until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores at both places AIEI BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY SAVEDyColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr Chan H Utter a prminent physician of Panama Colombia in a recent letter states Last March I had HS patient a youug lady six teen years of age who had a very bad attack of dysentery Every thing I prescribed for her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hourlfer parents were Sure she would die She had become so weak that she could not turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a stud for me but I thought of Cham Jberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy nnd as a last resort prescribed it The mostwonderful result was effected Whithln eight hours she was feeling much better inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end of one week wasentirely wellFor sale by all dealers in patent medicine The Browns of Lexington came over to meet our hone team Sunday The garrie was not very in teresting but as usual the team xas sopCauut1e in grief The Clay City 1oy well ky a score of 10 to 7 lf ito boyaef IAxington have any Ltsrplayersrtheywillplase send them along the next time M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week fresh Ground Boltei Meal always on hani Grinds for onesixth tole that our home team may become interested Send a tel1m that can at least keep some of the boys a wake A Jf Cottinghaiji went to Wash ington County Ark to see his sis ter and while there was taken with fluxdyseutery and was very bad off He decided to try Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was sq much pleased with the prompt cure which Itet Ce ted that he wrote the manufac turers a letter in praise of their medicine Mr Cottingham resides at Lockland Ark This rewedyie pestmedicine 1 41 THE 0 f Wichestei Bank I1rk ir INCORPORATED F N H WmiEnsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 il We solicit the accounts of inthvids uals firnirand corporations 642 A l CounerJourna1 TIMES LA WEEKii A L t YEARvThe TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL is the in the United States for1Jemocratsnnd nil renders It is the equal of ninny Dailies and the superior of nil other SemiWeeklies Henry Wntterson Ed itorThe Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to The Home Snmple copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES And th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalBoth for Only One DollarTh- isis for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through this office t The Successful Garden Party A garden party is a most attractive kind entertainment it may be an elaborate and a costly function with a large collation and a band of music or it may be n very simple and informal entertainment within the limits of the purse of the coun try hostess Cards areissued a week or two in advance but a few days notice may be sufficient The card may be u formal at home card or merely the visiting card of the hostess with date hour and the words Garden Party in the lower lefthand corner The hours may be from three to six or from four to seven The hostess receives out of doors wearing a pretty Summer dress and hat The house is of course thrown open and the rep freshmentsmay be served outof doors froth a table under the trees orunderamarqueejorthetablemoy be in the house but it adds consid erably to the informality pleasure and variety of the occasion if everything is arranged to take place out side Outdoor sports such as ten nis archery etc are enjoyed by theyoung peopjeat gardenparties Guests are expected to amuse them selves to play games wander about the grounds and partake of refreshment fE n theywishFrom The Delineator for September i L The Corn Crop A Bumper Estimates of the corn crop for 1002 based on the Government figures place the amount at 2589 000000 bushels If this crop be finally secured following the crop of only 1522000000 bshelslast year railroad euriijngs in the West the coming year are likely to showevenlarger increase than were shown in the lust year ThecoriiCrop isustially nearly throotimes rislhrgejis the wheat crop and is therefore the most important crop in the country A poor corn year is a severe blow- to the grain carriers iFeHero is amatory of o travehng i mail who was 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Everything neat and clean Bates 100 per day r Bluegrass Nurseries r v SPRING ii oe t Fruit and Ornatnenjnl Trees Grape Vines Asiiaragug small fruits and every thinglfrir Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents hut selldirecutotheplanterS- trawberry and General Cata logues on application to H F HILLEtfrErER LEXINGTON KY 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE fiIIet MMtSIIS CorkTseAayaaeeenSlnaaeketcltyd qalcklr n our ophnto wirlDrIntlon II probbl lea ComJa1tden f d lei withouteharr fkaNAhandeomelynlaatratedw cnlatlon ot say eetenttaej fourmontlla sold sa Mr UY3e16rotte1 BraD OMc tab J St + aeeea D- WeprompayobtalaUtasadltortpt j r liar ukosfstnri wvfte Patents and I yoerOreitshtelM i4 era to that I never t wedaiythlsgforetockIhatgavehalf at good wtWacttM I hctftMy recom mend It to aM ewMn of stock J B BEISHER Si Uuli Me Sick stock or ultry should not et cfceap stock foodanymore than sick expect toto ed Y300d When your stock and poultry are IIclqpT8 them med themwithworthlees and stir up the torpid liver and the poHlbleand Poultry Medicine nnload thee bowels an thin np the toitIld liver iftakenultryMediiineandtimes over work better Cows fleshAndbenslaymomeggss problem as much blood as possible out of the smallest amount of food consumed Buy a can from your dealer SnOW Creek Jack Parker attended Richmond court Monday J S Rice and wife of Winches ter are visiting friends here this weekMrs Francos Vivian and son polo7 to HL Qiiisenberry the huh locks for 4ctB per pound Theprotrncted meeting nt Log + Lick closed Thursday EflghUwith jyx additions i 7 h fV Thos Ogden Sen and eon attended the Republican convention at Stunton Saturday Pastor TC W Murcuni failed to fill the stand at Log Lick Saturday and Sunday hid regular preaching daysThere will be preaching ntLog lick Tuesday and Wednesday after the fourth Saturduyby Rev Cul ton It iskaid that the engine that ran down fives women on a trestle 1Vednesduykilling hndnbroltcJl whistle andthat no alarm was sounded as the train approacliedDawson 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