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I THE CLAY fDJITY TIMES pIiOCasa Year in Advance We are her to help Clay City tkSnrronnJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Jrlahl sherIIt VOLT CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1902 NO Z14 II GRANDe ClosingOut Sale Bargains Bargainsr We Intend to CloseOut our business in Clay City and In order to do so willsell our Entire Stock of General Merchandise COST4forto select from and now is tIe time to get BARGAINS This cost sale will bo for Cash or country Produce Only All those knowing themselves to be indebted to us 4 will please come forward and pay their accounts as we wish to have everything settled up immediately I Shimfessel Waldron y Robb NeE MFG Go Winchester Ky r We Sash forFlooringdoAi t Ceiling Building Paper J d rarandas Pickets r FUntoid Roofiing Stairways Shingles and Etc and Etc SStore send us Your Estimates Ir Promt Shipments All Were Saved For years I suffered such un told misery from Bronchitis writes J II Johnston 6f Broughton Ca that often I was unable to work Then when everything else failed I wits wholly cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My wife suffered intensely from Asthma till it cured her andall our experience goes to show itis the best Croup medicine in the world A trial will convince you its un rivaled for Throat and Lung disea ses Gauran teed bottles 50c and 81 Trial bottle free at Clay City Lbr k Stave Co In Owsley In a free for all fight at a lance at TravelerRsestOwsleycounty Jesse Neeloy was shot dead Rob ert Allen was sh tsix times in the brushyJames Neeleytabroth- er of essef had an arni shot off and fiixiotliers were wounded tl look Fleaknt Jleaje Photographer C C Ilarlarr of Eaton OM can do soiuwj though 4 for years he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from the worst form qMndigestion All physicians and medicines failed to help hims f till he tried Electric Bitters which worked such wonders for him that t 1iE declares thyare n godsend to i Jlulfererstrom dyspepsia and atom a htrQgpJteitJI dvale1ordisenses ss of e Liver and Kidneys they build kind give new life tot the system Try them Only u SOc Qnla dbyCy City Lbr k StavtfCo a Clay City Ky Aufi 11902 Fronts Trouble whole Cost of a State Primary It has been estimated thattt State primary will cost 20000 This sum should not deter nor check the spirit of the supporters of the primary This amount can be raised by subscription if nec essary Give the people a voice by the primary they cant get it otherwise Republican Convention John G White was nominated for Congress by the Republicans at their Winchester convention last Thursday over the other can didates seeking the honors Mr White didnt care for nor want the nomination but his party put him op any way Mr White is a very wealthy end influential mail and as good a man for the place ns can be found perhaps in tin Republican ranks but ihatfman Hopkiris vill show him something about elections ik thatlie hasnbl been used tptin the nth i II VyilbtirSMlthsCollege Lexington Vrf c to Prof AVv R Smith for 25 years President of the Commercial College of Kentucky University for particulars of unequaled inducements for young men to pursue its Business Shorthand Typewrit ingTelegraphio Courses This Col lege is responsible and ia influential securingsituations for its students See advertisement AddressI 1l1yW R Smith Lexington Ky J A freight train at Mt Stcrlinpf Iran inTo a bunch of eat le and killed igbtcepoltwentyofthem J- II J a lgw h 7 The Vay We Do Dr Landinitn n optician was in town one day last week trying to arrange it dot f to be at Clay City to supply ur people with optical goodse first saw us anti tried to nrr Igo for some ad vertising Wejrcfused to advertise for lint telling him that our town hail a qualified optician and that he contili patronized our- advertisingCQJimns and that we did not i = rht to encourage a traveling iiiafftjfii coming here for a day or so if Clay City had have had no opt uian of course it would have beeV different On former occasiorifj we have refused to advertise dates for millinery concerns who wilied to come here for a few daysecause we have concerns in tow ii located perma nently who arejftiiply able tosup ply our peoplejith what they need and as thl b firms also patronize our a columns we think it liuEJjustice to them and our tots j not encourage their coming n fig us and take back money thaJnustly belongs to local concernhe people of Clay city will lwnys find the TIMES standing theni so long as they stand us as they have so nobly IOIi r the past few years rr iV h A a 1 Ii 11 to lie- CourierJon sal Is Out on Dix river east of ton n and high up among the cliffs there is one of the most pecu1i phenomena ever heard of anIno explana tion can be given as to its cause About 200 feet above the level of the river there is one place in the huge cliffs where thejagged edges give away to a square arena of nearly 20 feet which is as smooth as marble and which is absolute ly inaccessible though in plain view from the road which skirts the river on the opposite side It is on this natural board of stone that the phenomenon ap pears in the form of a man and woman outlined as plain as thoughsome noted artist had thrown his Vholeeoul into the painting The figures are life size and the man is strikingly handsome while the woman who stands close by his side is n per fect beauty The most peculiar thing about it is that it is not discernable at all i tunes some times several daysRelapsing ere it can bo seen at all This place has been called Lovers Leap for years gone by i There is no possible way of reaching it and while it has long been the center of attraction to ttfose who visit this section no ono Jiris ever been able to scale the walls and ascer tain the cause of tKb freak SL wedWar Claim Governor Becklmrn has receiv ed a cominuniciUiqn from the WarDepartment stating tjmt the money duo the State for services during the Spanish merican war has been furivardedmitt will ar rivo in a few davs The commu nication gave the amount allowed on the claim as 09960which is considerable more than the State officials hind lookSf for They leadnot expecto 1 more than Vf t il841it00h t r it ii Sold Out Ills Store Grant Elkin who has been engaged in the goods business at Viena for the post few years hassold his stock of goods to Bud Berryman Mr Elkin will locate on tho LttA road at some point between Irvine and Beattyville Mr Berryman formerly sold goods at Viena and was a very popular merchant Sued On a Note Walter R Day and Floyd Day haVe been sued on a note for 81010 given to the Republican campaign fund and to fight the contest suits when the former was tryinir to hold down the office of State Treasurer The Days claim that the note was given on conditions that the Repub lican finance committee managing the funds was successful Geo W Long chairman of this committee his brought the suit He anti Sen ajor W J Deboe swear just the op posite of the Days testimony Shatters All Records Twice in hospital F A Gullcdge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of piles causing 21 tumors When all fail ed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured hon Subdues Inflammation conquers Aches kills Pains Best salve in the world 25c at Clay City Lbr Stave Co ColvltsMake DashFor Liberty duff rI otnilMul ligan of Covington and Lafayette Brooks of Morgan county convicts in the State penitentiary at Frank fortand all murderers made a des perate dash for liberty yesterday morning They were assisted in their efforts by Albert Ransome a Louisville negro murderer Bishop was shot by one of the guards and died from the wounds j the other loaders were wounded They were subdued and returned to their cells after a stubborn resistance of four hours New Insurance Company The isnuranec companies now do ing business in Lexington have ad vanced the rate fron 10 to 50 per cent on business houses and 50 to 400 per cent on residences This rate will not be accepted by theLex ington people A new insurance company is to be formed at Lexing ton with 8150000 capital to fight the old companies Seriously Hurt Miss Josephine Hopkins daugh ter of the Hon Frank Hopkins our Democratic nominee for Con gress was thrown from a buggy andseriously injured She was driving hear her home at Pres tonsburg when the accident occurred Oil Men to Meet A call has been issued for a meeting at Lexington September 12 of all persons interested in crude oils in Kentucky The obi ject of the meeting is to form an organization for the purpose of assuring cooperation and concert of action A Picnic For the Poor The poor of the of Louis ville will be remembered on the 20 of this month by the Louisville Times This good paper will give a picniefor all of the of that city A line excursion- steamer has been chartered foij the occasion J l i The Blue and the Grey will hold a reunion at Williamstowh September 1 and 2 Arrangements have been made to feed 5 000 old soildiers and their fami lies At a protracted meeting held at Corinth Baptist church Clark county by Dr B B Bailey of Winchester sixteen additions were obtained and at the baptix ingfoiJr more were recieved milk ing a total of twenty 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 Dr Kings New Life Pills Resultall organs active diges tion good no headaches no chance for blues Try them yourself On ly 25c at Clay City Lbr ds Stave Co The Balance i WheelsLook inside our watch a moment The balance wheel Is making 18000 vibrntiunsnn hour If its In condition If the movement issliiKJ Fish theres something wrong It J will move 3553 miles inn year und requires less than onetenth of n drop of nil to make it run Hut it needs 1 tlmt little badly The least degree of friction on the hearings alters the motion Dont tnke chances Let me clean nnd oil nndrut yrurtvatch in order for a vilLimy auditntisf you WTBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY IOPEN A 5 AND YOUR CANSEND ro El WH AT ANY self and Clay entire TIfVEQokKeepIngBusIRESS PHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting Telegraphs 4cf4tc WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KY Mat circular of ifs famonand COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Hedal at World ExpoUUon Referi to tbnunndt of Rradnatet tn ro ltlon Get ot Full liulnfM Gouge InelndlngTul tlon hooks and In about 90 ShorthtadTppoWritiogudTLlegraphy8pedthilal- 1i1 Kentucky CnlT r tty Diploma under e w rdwler da M llt r ryOourj naametui fflfWILBURI PROFESSIONAL R A IRVIN M CltDSIPHYSICIAN AND CLAY OITY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ICLAY CITY KY Dr Ce B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY TH A3TIMES PUBLISHED EVEKV TIIUKSDAY J Es Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per yearin aJ vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns s cOndclass mall matter Thursday August 81 1002 j CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 11 Ionic and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CinCCIT CLKKK jirWdidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party We sire authorized to announce Mr Morgan U LYLE candidate for Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic primary to beheld Dec 6 1002 SPOUTSPRING las F McKinney shipped a carload of stock to Cincinnati last weekElder N McIntosh went up to Dundee Saturday to fill his regular appointment at that place Several from this place attended the Saints camp meeting at Spruce 1Mtmtgomerv county Sunday Mrs E aletltiEldridge oRaJ- ey riser eXDIJ isr visiting L rehi tins in this end of the county Misses Dollie Christopher and NaraTodd visited relatives at Win- Chester the latter part of lust week Mr and Mrs L B Burgher of Clark county visited their parents near here the latter part of lust weekJeff Wright who put npa new tworoom house on his farm near this place last Spring is now having a chimney added to same Mrs J P Wright is visiting her son Bud Gentry at Lquisville and will go from thereto Ohio to visit her daughter Mrs Lillu Sturde want Mr and Mrs r P Wright were called to the bedside of their brother inlaw Mr Samuel Barnes at Rich mond last week Mr Barnes is very sick and is hardly expected to recover James A Fox a former resident of this place has sold his farm in Clark county where he now lives to his son in law S S Witt for 85000 This farm is in a high state improvement and is well locatedarid may be considered a- bagdinjatthe money Mr Fox will likelymovo to Winchester to reside DIRTIIB Anev salesman has arrived to- assist VPapa Duwson in his store at this place lie was given an in troduction to the counter scales early Monday morning and pulled d wnthe beam at the ten pound notch which shows he is a stout arid trifty youngster and will take to Ills business readily Jas Har lan is undoubtedly the happiest man in town by great odds v Mrandilrfl George Gravett of Clark eountybutformerly of this place are the proud parents ofa b little Jlno girl which came in Sun day August 10 to help brighten their already happy home Cry Of The Weary One I cityIThe din of the clingclanglng car bells The endless tramp of feet I worryTheThe scramble for loaves and fishes While starving for true bread of life I countryThe still The cool mountain brook swiftly iilow iugAdmen the oldmossgrown mill I long for the hush of the forest The sough of the wind through the pine The scent of the sweet fern and hemlock The song of Jho woodthrtish divine Oh to lie on the soft green mosses And gazb where the sun filters through The leaves which like laces are tangled In emerald web gainst the blue Oh to rest just to rest on the bosom Of the lifegiving earth mother earth quiltAndnew birth Too Hearty a HandShake tIlt11Ienlyed upon a most remarkable cause of action The plaintiff is Mrs Frank Batts a young woman and the defendant is J J Hurford a man of 05 years The former asks 2000 in damages for injury sustained by shaking hands with Mr Harford Physical injury only ih the ground of complaint and it it alleged to have resulted from Mr Harfords grip which is proverb tally powerful Kills Cattle Of lute years fufmers have been growing sugarcane for feed quite extensively But few of these ftumors perhaps know Unit this feed is very dangerous to give to cattle + if fed to them before it gets ripe nnd is cured out well ssuel3Iicmocattle had been fed this feed nnd died nt once In cnse they be come so affected the best reme dy is to drench them with apple vinegarA Boys VorstFriendM A boys worst friend is his moth er when she indulges him in idle ness and is blind to his secret vi ces which is the result of thou sands of our boys and girls filling consumptive graves today The best friend a boy can have is a dad who buys him plenty of school hooks teaches him at night and occasionally escorts him out to the woodshed and with a strap convinces him of the error of his ways and indelibl impresses upon hisnuatomy tlmttlie way of the transgressor is hnrd co T W Henry respectfully nounces to the public that he is nI 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 warm weather has drawn the rheumatism away for a time Come and have your pictures made I will do you good honest workand my prices are as low as can be quality of work considered Special attention will be given to all pictures left in mycare to be copied and enlarged Como at once JW IlKNitr e X Win Jennings Bryan must bo conceded one of the greatest statesmen of today His solution of thetrust question is the most sensible of any we Imvo read df He says Take all trust made goods oft the protected list Grant no bounties Administer the law impartially aid make the great money maker pay hrs porportion ate share of the governments ex penses Give the poor man a 1 r chance Tli ospelofDenioc racy is good for us auld should begooilleiiough for any one L jIjf DeafnenCanriot Be Cared by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear Therll only one way to cure delrne uid that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by IIn med condition of the mucoJsJi2Wsr the Eustnchinn Tube Wheritliis tube is inflamed you have n rumbling sound or im perfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can betaken out and ting tube restored to is normal condition hearing willbe dertroyed forever nine out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will glvo One Hundred Dol lars for any c r Deafness onus ed by catorrhiliat cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Chenney R Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists The Hulls FnmilyPillB are the best- SANTEISererni persons of charac ter and good reputation In each state one in this county required to repre sent old estnbltsliedwealthy business house of solid fliuincinl BtnndiiiK Sala ry 18 00 weekly Vith expenses addi tional nil pnyriblejh crash each Wednes day direct ofllces Horse and neeessnryHeferencs stumped envelope Slnnnger 810 Cax ton Building Chicago Send 32c in stamps and get full trial treatment of Wilsons Morphine Cure Corp Wilson Cal vert Tex Jt For 30c in8tanijS will mail a full trialof wil Tobacco Cure Never rnilsJYrite to Corp Vii sonCulterIds Th I V MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF 1laclineryIZepaired We Keep to Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In a 5 8 and lij horsepower The best known power for farmers and others printedIsL T CHAS HAGAN WINCEHSTZB KY Ii Consumption Cured G EusMyjByUhe FiliPinoElthOd A soldier whojsrient two years in the Pbillppinestdlscovered anti br9ught home jpxjertain cure for Consumption and all lung com plaints Partictdarsand proof WSSVU freft fro- mCQRP flSON C y y I rp h I t k J D1csiIsigJCut k J i liSit iriBtt118 t + uI I Until The isth of Sept r fWu will sell every thing at greatly Reduced Prices iniorder4trirtbvo out as much of tHe Stinunir Goods as possible and to uiake room for Full and Winter Goods iISwythmg Wilt Gft J at Reduced Prices Calicoes at 4 and 412 cents 12 12cent Percale 10 5cent Lawns 4 14cent Lawns 5 Every thing in Dress Goods at Sweeping Reductions Mens Clothing at Cost to clean it out McnVnnd Boys huts nt Cost dur ing this Sale 500 Pair of Shoes at prices that will open your eyes This Will be the Sale of The Season And yoirohotild not fail to CMPARE GOODS and Piiceo 1 Mrs J W WILLIAMS Clay City Ky a 1 The Whitest White Cake r The Lightes Light Rolls r And Flakiest Biscuit l acDlrtdo VLOL YO luc RSPearl 5 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed J MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY v Suit by our Leading Merchants 74tf t DfB jLMepage i Qn Dealers In J Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Oil Paints and Etc Prescriptions canfully enlnlieulidedand if we hnre not gut whit you want will get it for you on short notice tIA n ARE YOU DEAF ANY IjHEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING HEAD CURABLEby IMMEDIATELYF tr nowgiveyela L About ave years ago rlhl r t my ySIihhcilywhotOldrnethatonly M t r then cease but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever I then 1It your advertlaementaccldenlally In a New andoidcredfOtrea 1meat After I had u a to dlrectlona IthankyoetieanllyaadbegtorcmalnIl AWRJorAtf130SBroa d1VII 11 mOre 11 Our treatment does not interfere with yofcr uaaat oeetiipaHori i Itxaminatlon end CAN CURE YOURSELF T1HOMEtaa1aIIadrtcetreeINTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC596 LA SALLEAVEVCHICAID ILL t ca t 4 + r a 1 y + r THE TIMES 4 F t IN ALL HOMEMADE 1 AFER fjmRSDAY AUGUST 12 1902 JLOOAJJ BREVITIES J H G Vanarsdale of Lexing y tilJwns in Clay City Sunday tR A Bohannan the Jackson druggist was down Saturday H L Hunter of Bowen was in town Monday and Tuesday Dorris Mize visited relatives at Winchester the latter part of Ins week Win H Wiseman the 1 merchant was in town Friday and Saturday D H Hastings the monument contractor of Winchester was in town yesterday t Quite a crowd from Clinton ville came to Clay City Sunday to see the Ball game Hedgestwas W Rice Saturday and Sunday t Work on the Christian church is progressing rapidly and this building will soon be completed wr The local ball tcntn will visit Olintonville Saturday where they will cross bats with that PtearriMiss Hoyt Adams returne Sunday after an extended visit t relatives and friends in Olnr County l Oscar Muckey and family o i i hirSwicks trout were the guests iiJ Wif tontSaturdayuni s IdaY 1 r A grand picnic will be held at Stanton Saturday August 80 un der the auspices of the Masonic ItI I fraternity I Mrs Noah Rose and two daught ers Mr and Mrs A M and son were visiting relatives at rtStantOJl Sunday- S Jr Anderson has just got in a new peanut roaster and is now ready to supply his trade with fresh roasted peanuts Uncle Robert Kennon of Hardwicks creek wets the guest of Dr and Mrs J W Williams Saturday and Sunday Time Boones Creek Association- of Baptists will hold Sunday school convention at Powell Valley the fifth Sunday in this monthi r Mrs Jas J Curry of Oharles town W Vn arrived here Fri day to visit the family of hdr I father Allen Burton on Hard wicks creek Time Walnut Hill church of Fayette County gave an excur sion to Natural Bridge yesterday The proceeds are to go to time con struction of Presbyterian church placerW Lilly with Judge of Mt Sterling It Were appointed committemen r from this Congressional district at the Good Roads meeting at r Lexington last week lr V IJ1hisis the time of the year 1V hon typhoid fever frequently t Persons can mint be too para ticularabouttime water they drink as time disease is contracted from a germ Obtained from drinking impure water r a- r L T Hngan of Wincherter was in Clay City Monday on Business The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by all denIers in patent modi cine Letters have been received from Mr and Mrs J FCox whd are now making a tour of Europe by friends in Clay City They were in London on August 15 and report an enjoyable trip so far f Merchant T P Cole of Jack son was in town Tuesday Mr mer locatimfhis business here We extends a hearty welcome to all such busi ness men as Mr Cole Dr J T Breeso has closed a very interesting meeting of tw weoksdurationatCobbHillSfhool house There is no regular church organization at this place but Dr Breese has consented to preach to the people here on each second Sunday Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has n world wide reputation for its cures It never fnilannd is pleasant and safe to take For sale byall dealers in patent medccine Dr T J Berryman and J H Thomas two leading citizens o the Fork district Estill county I were in town last Friday These getd a I CIaoCity and Irvine line at Sams transfHe left Tuesday for this point Ho vm be nianinMrDaY8 office While we regret to see Mr ORenr leave us we are glad to see him promoted to a more lu crative position The SwannDay Lumber Co has purchased one of the famous brused up the road for hoisting purposes We are informed that thi firm will install several more o these engines if the one just pur chafed works satisfactory Clay City Wins Another Game Time Krippendorfs of Cincin nati canto up Sunday and crossed bats with the local team on the homo grounds Like their broth ers the A A Club from the Queen City which played them a few weeks ago they went home less hopeful than they came They wore beaten by a score of 13 toll Our teat will go to Olintonville Saturday to defeat that club j this time on their home ground Clay City has a crackeoJack of a ball team from away back How Abotit This V Mr Watson manager of the Beattyville Telephone Company was here this week to lookover the property make repairs jjnd order new instruments put in The company intends to establish exchangesat Clay City and Irvine and will give them long connection We can assure tIm people of our neighboring towns that they will have a thorburghly modern establishment each in strument connected by individual lines with a full metallic circuit We have trjod cheap plants hero buthave never gootten satisfac tory results until the present com pony iUstulle its plant The long distance line through Torrent to the home office at Mt Sterling and the outside world will bo built inSeptember BeattyvilleNewe I t1 What thus Boys Mother Says has been said by the mothers of many other boys and girls re garding the wonderful curative strengthening qualities of Miles Nervine HASTING NEB spumsIwo doctoredcondnnallybeRewrrarseaadhad mention was directed to Dr Miles Nerv helIFopumsIperfect Dr Miles Remedies are sold by all druggists on guarantee to benefit or money refunded Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind IDr Shellsburyfwith which he had been afflicted for years by four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets He had previously tried many other remedies i1da number of physicians without relief For sale byall dealers in patenit medicine Noah Rose ahdffl B Selfhave resigned tl r phsltions at time Company st il im anis to supply 1hl time former while Jack dersonisattcnding to the butcher department Both are excellent gentlemen and their places will be hard to fill Through their courteous obligingand honest treatment to Customers dur eing their stay with the Company esf Pastor Turpin concluded the protracted meeting at Powells Valley Monday night It was a- very interesting and valuable meeting throughout Seventeen new members were enrolled and eleven of this number are by baptism Four of the candidates were baptized at Waltersville Sunday and the other seven will be at the next regular meeting the second Saturday and Sunday ACUTe for Cholera Infantnm Last May says Mrs Curtis Baker of Bookwalter Ohio an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from cholera infnntiiii The doctor had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them 1 feltf ute it would do good if used according indirections In two days time the child had ful ly recovered andjjs now nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl Remedyeto fail in any single lnstauce For sale by all dealers in patent medi cine c Miss Russell Entertains Miss Lela Rus lleirtortTiined at dinner Wednesday evening at her country home 1jShadyhurst in honor of MrsTSylvia Kussol wile leaves shortly to spend time winter at Bowen Miss Russells guests were Mr and Mrs 0 1V- Russell Ir w ha qlt t G Like railroad time tables the politicians mind is subject to change without notice It seems to be a way they have of keeping before the public They say a thing one day and deny it tIle next Louisville has been selected as the place for holding time next pythian convention which will be held two years hence There will ke 100000 delegates in attendance 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 antI 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 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 WeAre InTheTimber Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanbark tml Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded t Don5tTrade H untilyou see ins q ill pay you Rerrmemberfu store at both places Ao E1 BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY besky MrsSylvja Russell j Misses Bertha Maple Julia McGuire Jess Virginia Thomas and Mes srs Sam Russell Fred Goshorn of Pittsburg Pa Kenneth Kline of Indianapolis and Jack Bell of Hartford City Ind A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia by Chambeillans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Bimedy Dr Chan H Utter a prminent physician of Panama Colombia in a recent letter states Lust March I had as patient a youug lady six teen years of age who had a very bad attack of dysentery Everything I prescribed for her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Her parents were sure she wolild die She had become so weak that she cOnldnot turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study for me but I thought of Cham berlains Colic Chplera 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 atthe end of one week was entirely wellFor sole by all dealers in patent medicine Unusual is the modern n definition of sensationalismj c6y 1 i M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days inthe week Fresh Ground Bolted Neal always on hand Grinds for one slxti tole It is a very difficult matter for a man to love his neighbor as him self if he has a garden and his neighbor has a drove of chickens A J Cottingham went to Washington County Ark to see his sis ter and while there was taken with flux dysentery and was very bad off He decided to try Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was so much pleased with the prompt cure which it effected that he wrote the manufac turers a letter in praise of their medicine Mr Cottingham resides at Lockland Ark This remedy is for sale by all dealers in patent medicine y S W THEM= VV r liestel Bank i INCORPORATED 1 N HivWiTiiEiwPoox Pres t Gapii Stock 200000- Surplus + 200 DO- yVe solicit tlie accounts of indi vid ualsfirinand corporations 542 7 I Courier ournal I 2j TIMES A WEEP 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL is the best pnper published in the United States for Democrats nnd manyiSemiWeeklies henry Wntterson Ed + t l itorThe Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE vo By Special Arrangements You cnn get THE TIMES And the TwiceaWeek CourierJournalBoth for Only L 1Mti nertflOIIaReI A r ty Thfs is for cashiibscrrPSionsonlqs All subscriptions under this combina tion offer tnust be sent through this office t College Training Some people in these latter days are falling over on their heads about education and being abreast of the times We believe in education but the subject should receive a great I deal consideration before the final step is taken Every individual shoud have a good common school education but when it conies to giv ing every boy and girl a collegiate education that is a big piece of foolishness Business success depends upon the man whether he comes out of a college or stops at the blueback spelling book at the courtry school A college training merely builds a foundation upon which can be constructed the edu cation of life AY hut acquired by a course at college is merely the rti- dimentsshapingtholnipdintoaconl pact and concentrated machine There can be no question but what o llltges turn out thousands of fools fools when they started in and will be fools when the clods roll upon the box in the ground College ed ucation can not create characteris tics nor shape genious this must bo intheiuan und being in the man success in rife will come regardless of his classics or academics Force of character wlllBurrnount allob stacles in the patlr force of will must bend all in the way and the inspi z ration given to the mind by God will create and originate But for a iaan possessing this God given quality a college education and 1 itrl1lnfgYiIl enable his achievements to bo reater and his power a quick ermastervof opportunities i Owen county which can always be depended upon to furnish a good Democratic majority has 3 shown good judgment again nnd went forlocalQptionlastweek by a itm jorittof1i 41 jO ui1f- Y OklahomaN4tes I r Wlicatland Old11 bag110 hE Burlier Jr k SmWns very much pleas edto ego my last notes in print so Twill write again Land sales are highnmI but few are being made at stiff prices A great many people Avho came here nt the opening are now in dependentThe of Wheatland nre building n Methodist church and the town growing rapidly Oklahoma City ions years old last April and is now one of the most thriving towns in the terri tory Mr Green Hughes left lnst week for his claim in the new country where he will establish homeWheat threshing is about over in this part nf the territory It averaged well nnd is selling on the local market at 48 cents and oats are bringing 25 cents Plenty of rain in this section and it is very cool and pleasant but wo have previously had some very hot weather The thermom eter ranged as high as 98 degrees The new church we spoke of in our last was dedicated July 27 It was largely attended The see rotary of the territory was present and made up 200 for the church Ve are glad to say the church is out of debt Those who have tried it in this part of the territory have had good success in growing sugar beet this seasdn Theygrow very fhieand4thereis talko putting up a sugar factory at Oblahoinl City which will be of great bene fit to the farmers Yours- Oklahoma Boomer Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea- Womans Magazine Formerly One Dollar a THIS Is the cheapest and best Magazine now before the American public It shows New Ideas In Fashions In Millinery in Embroidery In Cooking In Womans Work and In Reading beautifully illustrated In colors and In black and white Above all It shows the very fashionable NEW IDEA STYLES made from NEW IDEA PAT TERNS which cost only lOc each Send Five Cents Today foraslngla cciiyof the NEW IDEA WOMANS MAOUINK and in what treat value for the rrorjy u tan tve you THE NEW IDEA TUSLISHIHO CO OJO New York N y Broadway II s A e jModern Printing Winch woldo at Modern Prices Has an individuality AboUtit that commands Atfoittion LetsLalk itOver iOnPrinting you 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Everything neat and clean Rates thOo per lay BluegrassJNurseries SPRING1fO TOiiFruit Trees Grape Vines iSSjmrngiiF small fru land everytliing for Orchard Lawn Dud Garden We have no agents but tell direcUto the planter wtrawbcrryands General Cata logues on npp1i nto H F HILIi EI v1EYER- LEXINGTON KY BO YE RS- EXPERIENCE a TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC Anrane sending a Ihteh and aaeertaln nu freewhether au Inenuonprobablldhookonlateata eats theCorecelf8 ScientificJlrntrkanAhaad- aomelrtlluetr elr ournal TernnWa llnewdealeraIUNN Branch Omce tC5 F BU nbrompthr bta p teed U1 Scud model Iketch or flD I reerepo PatendandR as tea Illy For R uonlori I have had occasion to use your SlickDraught Stock and Poultry Medi tine and am pleased to say that I never used fbritock that gave halfuIgood satisfaction I heartily recommend It to all owners of stock- J D BELSHER St Louis Mo Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock any more than sick persons should expect to beIcured When our and poultry are sick give them med i worthless and stir up the torpid liver and the possibleand Poultry Medicine unloads the bowels and stirs up the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock if taken in time a 25cent can PoultryMedicine times over Horses work Letter Cows give more milk Hogs gain flesh And hens laymore eggs It solves the bloodfleshthe smallest amount of food con Burned Buy a can from your denier Vaughns Mill Several from this place attend ed court at Mtk Sterling Monday Morgan McKinney and wife attended tho fair at Lexington last week 11iss Ste11n BileVspontSatur fitlynghtlattdisunassttlrDiNAddie Born to the wife of Willie Rogers Saturday August 17 a fine daughter Miss Malissa Hiley spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Miss Eliza Jackson Willie Solo find wife also John Swope and wife of Bowen are visiting relatives at this place this week ILennie Grow and wifeof Spout spring visited the litters pa rents Mr sad Mrs JohnMoKin ney three days the last of the weekPoliticians 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