You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 28, 1902. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1902 cla1902082801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 28, 1902. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VHEt f11tY TV TIMESI 1 I X oO Cnts a Year in Advancv We arc were whelp Clay hy ihepfrtnaliifgGlnntfy and Ourselves I E Burgher Jr Publisher v v I VOL 7 CLAY CITY Ky THlSDA7 AUGUST 26 1002 NO 35 It GRAND Closing 0lit 11 J 11 J e- BargaihsBit f r iQS rrIlll i- W I ntend t eIjj Omitrdlir business In Clay City anti Iorder to dos d will sell I ii our ATIOSTHrt for the next CO clays WeshaveaJurge anti varied stock to select from and now is the tune to get BARGAINS This cost sale will be fox fVifc SCash or country Produce Onlyj A11 those knowing themselves OJ be indebted to nsnwill please come forward aria pay their accounts asjiwQ I wish to have everything settled up immediately I ShMessel Waldron I C Ky S y doors dllinilii 1 il erlmoarditi + relRO flllg 11 AAfUn t tairnaya = Slungles wx Store Fronts t Send us Your Promt All Were Sated J IL Johnston of Brpughtorr Ca that often I was unable to work Then when everything else failed I was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My wife suffered intensely from Asthma till it cured her and all our experience goes to show it is the best Croup medicine in the world Y A trial will convince you Its un rivaled for and l1ng disea ses Gaurunteed bottles 81 Trial bottle free at Clay City Lbr k Stave Co f A fely weeks ngo a in reliant and a prea ier of Paris eagliwhip pod their wives in that town did to keep the Matter quiet Last wfeek i It r it negro did the same thing and the ppprdeyil was fined 25 and days m jaifat hard labor We fail toW see why the distinction Bliiildiaye been niaderEx Look PleuatPlsue C Photographer C C Jlarlan of Elton QLi qan dp so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from the worst form off indigestion All physicians and ufedicijies failed to help hurt till he tried ElectrJo Bitters t which worked such wonders for him that he declares theyare ji godsend to r = tmtterers from dyspepsia and stool ach troubles of mho Stomach Liver tad jffidneyji 1 the build upland give new life to the whole system Try them Qjily tr 60o Guarandteed by Clay Co Clay City Ky- i4ug11902 R6bIA MG Winchester forasCeilingBuilding Paper ndEtoandEtc estimates Shipments unr Throat SOcaud andV4ytofQ Unrlydledfordiseases Cit- yLbrwStave Sunday School Convention A Sunday School convention of the Baptist churches of the Boones Creek Association will be held with the church at Powells Valley Sat urday and Sunday lhe address of welcome will be by Rev J T Tur pin response by R R Perry The introductory address will be by W L Shearer The Ideal Sunday School will be discussed by Revs J S Wilson and P J Conkwright The Layman as a Soul Winner for Christ by CJayton Sirode L G Garrett and TN Conkwright Sermon on Sunday morning byRev Richard French Sunday afternoon The Church at Work in the Sun day School will be discussed by Revs W L Shearer and S F Thompson and Comparison of Apostolic and Missionary Baptist Churches by Dr B Do Bailey Rev P J Conkwright will preach Sunday night Djnher on the ground Sunday IJ it Etraine Saturday and Sunday reach the church and leave same qonvenieiit hours Two Games at Cllntonvilie TIjb home hall team went to Clintonville Saturdayjiml there played two gaI ssIhefirst was an easy walkover for Clay Oity They won a score of 1S to H In the latter game three of qur liest were taken out and their places supplied by bystanders This game though not so wen played was more interesting und resulted iti iv score of 8 to 10 jn favor Clay Oity arejIiroatnedwe mean an bxtra session oJ congress tV rfc 1i i c Typhoid Femi1 Epidemic offypllOlc11fever nearly a litindf cast This isI a nom r Ilion ever be fore knowriffsriid is attributed mostly to the ufe nf impure 11 tqr Shooting at ampmeetlng At the cain neefing at Spruce on Sunday Charles Robinson recently pard iifroiil the penitentiary by 1tlrnor Beckham finvbecameinvolved cllaned an WOt tliinen were hiti- rti the ni I Pandemonium reigned nndtn artins mixing in the congrcgranpn saved his life Chas of Venue Judge Ira Jiilliianof Frankfort who Was appointed special Judge dry tltcTli JJocl rill case nt- JucksQI1 Cqllt d the court on Wednesday 1rc original peti tiou being lost itansed a days de lay Adinmaenfvenue was grant ed and the trial moved to Wolfe county whereifiwillbe heard some time in October The Hargises have announced their intention to drop the prosecution but the Commonwealth will continue it- Pededan ft Rights The rigijt pedestrian qn an established wreet crossing over any vehicleweAtee rc cepttthose o9tetiresitf7 dr b itiiJ- R yetevery day eve see this established principle of A mericnn law violated by fast drivels and by those who are not driving fast Perhaps you do not Know it but you have no right if t you are any pe destrain to stopand wait until you go over the treet crossing You are the oneyho is supposed to stop If occurs to a pedestrain on account of your failure to stop you are personal ly liable foildnuuigesEx change onrmareTho kickers not as hard to get along with as the kick ers in town fays an exchange On the farm there are the kicking cow and our longeared friend the mule with in town thereis the old moss backwho is opposed to letting his business be kliowii through the local press and who wants all tho privi lecres of municipal living without paying for theuvand blocks so fur as he can every municipal improve meat The co Vny be sold for beef and the mule traded for a shotgun Injt nmo I inJbut a funeral will gin a town J1oclt erGre n River Repuu lican Support tl couiitry weeklies anti in order tEythe editors under instead of under Qbligtitflno the bank ers pay for youtiubsCription in advance Cdinmoier There is a probition law in Ab yssinia which is qnforced by chop ping off the headgny individual who makes 8eli8 rdrlnks liquor Thats about tho only effective rem edy fur the evijji1 Afl Old niRn 1riQnnck lmab been sued for O for slinking C girls handOihA as to injure it Wo novarnytJiingoxcept with thtul ntlnisiasmn iu thiSnt inr L t 5TI Tor jj fa Early Corn Delivered Mr A J Ross informed us that he has already delivered a loadof new corn this year The delivery was made last week and the corn brol ht 250 per barrel Richmond Register A Lengthy Pipe Line The Standard Oil Company has made a deal by which they will in u few weeks begin the con struction of a transit oil pipe line from Somerset to Parkersburg W Va Labor Day Governor Beckham has issued a proclamation in which he calls upon all citizens of the State to observe next Monday September beingIthe last Legislature Shatters All Records Twice in hospital F A Gulledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe rage of piles cruising 24 tumors When all fail ed Bucklena Arnica Solve soon cured him Subdues Inflammation conquers Aches kills Pains Best salve in time would 25c nt Clay City Lbr stave Co- Drowned In The Ohio Miss liable ORear the seven teen year old daughter of Judge Ed 0Rear of time Court of Ap priliaVwisilr IVueiTneayrgjncjJ nati Friday With several com panions she was in a skin which was overturned by the waves of a passing steamboat Asylums Overflowing The insane asylums ofthisState are full and no more female inmates will be received for n time The county authorities will have to care for those so afflicted in their bounds until additional room for their entertainment can be secured A Fish Story This fish story comes from Nato ral Bridge While boat riding with a party of friends from Win chester on the lake Miss Alice Guilky plnyfu Iv dropped her hand by the side of the boat dabbling her fingers on one of which was n diamond ring in the water Sud denly she felt a sharp puin in tin ring finger und with a jerk maid scream drew her hand out or the water and threw a fitlhweigh ing three pounds in the midst of her astonished companions Marks on the finger above the ring show that the fish took In the entire mem ber In its efforts to secure the sparkler which was evidently its ittraction and which proved its un doing Found a Kit of Tools On M H Hawkins farm near Iron Mound Entill county Lum Allen and Albert Hawkins tie makon ran across a set of carpenter tools under an old tree that was lying on the ground and had rotted In the bunch of tools was found one iron square two hand saws 1tinch auger brace and three bits four mortising chisels one hatchet and one foot adze The hatchqt was branded on tho right side with the letter F anodicoka to have been there several years These tools were well preserved considering their exposure r 0 h ITIll kid nine of Clay City seems doing a great deal of practicing of late They will soon be a rival of the first nine In the one precinct of Winches ter where liquor was sold the drys won in election there Tues day by a large majority The Lexington Iluiiness College which made an alignment lift Springwill bo sold at auction Sat urday August ao Just Look At Her W hence canine t hat sprightly step faultless skin rich rosy complex ion smiling face She looks good fees good Heres her secret She uses Lr Kings New Life 1M1 Resultallorgans active diges tion good no headaches no chance for blues Try them yourself Only 2oc at Clay City Lbr dr Stave Co orilhe Balance i Wheel Look Inrido out watch n moment The balance wheel is mttkiah18OUt J vibrations mi hour if in condition If the movement is slug jjish therell something wrong It will wore a5zs miles iu a sear and Iniiiris less than OIIltllIthor a dro of oil to mnko it run Hut It needs tthat little badly The least degree of friction on the benrings niters the motion Dont take chances Let lie clean stud oil iuid nut your vutch til order for a year twill pay and i mtfsfyyou WEBBthejiweler S ny orrr eooo IOPEN COJlIL A c YOU oj CAN 5END MO Y ANY WHAT t I ANY TIM I With perfect safety to your elf and the other partymind an entire absence of annoying dutailei Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky tttttwte FOR A SltMtlM CookKeepIflgBosIness PHONOGRAPHY 1TypeWrkltig Telolttpl um WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tar circular of his famoni and COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UJilVERSlDT Awarded Medal at Worlds CzpMttl neren tl tbllQaad of rtdaatea taclnCost of Full Biulncu Caaraeclog nook end huh 4 In amity aboa tM Fhorl6aodType Wriling audieltgra ph8pecialtita ttJTTh Eentncbr UnlTeriltr untoratal awarded uradnite L traf7 anerreelydeelred- No vaeatlou Snte now Oradaatueucceufui- J order to Aare your IoUen reaci U aUna only WILBUR B SMITH Lexington Ky rnorESSIONAL CARDS h4 4n4UNLr4pM44hM1W4APJbgnn40 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY IBDr CrB DICKSON I1eNTI 1J CLAY CITY Ilr 7 j TIE TIMES t f PUBLISHED EVERY THUHSDAT J B Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 7S Cents Entered as secondclass mall mutter f 7 Thursday August 28 1002 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub Wehave arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned Tile TIKES and CourierJournal 100 1 Cincininti Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to announce Mr W T STRINGER of Clay City as a 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 or Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held Dec 0 1002 SPOUTSPRING J A Fox was here Frida and Saturday on business- D i McKinney was in Clark county the first of the week Several from this place attend ed Winchester court Monday Elder B S Burgher visited friends in Clark county Saturday and Sunday k Frank Barnett has a light at tacbjof fever but is some better timet 0 las F McKinney has bought several 8001b steers front various y parties at 4 cents per pound Dr and Mrs H M Winburn r and Mr and Mrs Elijah King at tended the Saints camp meeting on Spruce Sunday Mr and Mrs A R Lowryof Kuckerville were visiting Mrs Lowrys father W J Christo pher Friday and Saturday John W Dawson and family of Millers creek visited Mrs Daw sons parents Mr andl rsYJ Barnett Saturday and Sunday Elder T QSIartin of Winches ter who has just closed a most r successful meeting at Antioch church this county has gone to Estill where he will conduct are vivaRichmond Register Another farmers combined or at least a combine to get the best of the farmers has been capital ized inNewJcrsr at 120000000 It is called the InternafionaHTarVL vester Company and takes in nearly all thefnrmimplemelitsI- IIIllufuctu1 ng companies Overconfidence is a menace to success The race is never won until it is rung Democrats must not get it into their heads that Hopkins election is assured and go frolicking around like the fn bled hare Weve got the lead r Its a hood strong one too Lets keep it up and reiich the goal so far ahead of the olhedelluw that he will hover know he was in the race Wincheater Sun ItisbutnaturIlUhnt the boarding Bchool girl would rather board thin ti keep house after she is mar Tier Tt r nr ow- r A Short Trip to Bowenand fl Rosslyn dTIJe editor took a dayolF Mbn day to visit Bowen and incident ally call on her people and ac quaintourselveswith some of upper Powells good people We were somewhat impressed with this place riot only as being a good business point but with her people who seemed to be so kind and intelligent Wo met all the merchants of the town and secured a promise of business from them in the future Saw and shook hands with a number of other leading people of the town and the country round about A mong them being our old friend James H Holman who now runs a blacksmith and general repair shop in town We have known Mr Holman well since boyhood and have always him as a- very skilled workman in his line After dinner we took a tieticket and walked to Rosslyn where we first called at Mansfields splend mill where we engaged in con versation with our old friend Bil lie Mansfield for something like an hour and a half R 0 Mansfield the senior member of the mill firm also delightfully enter tained us in perhaps an hours conversation UR O Mansfield cC son the style of their firm make the equal of any flour in the State and should bg used by all of our people Their mill is equipped with all necessary mod ern machinery for the production of the very best flour that can be made from wheat We next called on Maxwell cC Martin merchantswho seemed to have a good trade and a full store to supply their customers from Here we remained until the train came along and carried us back to Clay City We enjoyed the day spentitprgfittible peopletoo numerous tohere speak of who expressed themselves very kindly toward the best of all pa pers the CLAY CITY TIMES We expect to see the people of Bow en and Rosslyn again New School The Baptists of Morgan county with the aid of the citizens of their county will establish a school at West Liberty They have pledged to raise 85000 for this purpose in the county Coffee Heart Medicalexaminers for life in surance societies have added the term coffee heart to their regu lar classification of the derangements of that functionalI cording to the Dietetic gienic Gazette Its effect is illI shortening the long beat of the heart Coffee topers they say are plentiful and areas much tied to their cups as the whiskey toper The effect of the coffee upon the J iJis snore lastiiigand conse quently worse tl an of liquor H r W Henry repfctfully an nounces to the public that he Is a ble to beat hisgullery in Cluy Qity and will be glnd togee any one winting photogrnphs I hun not been at the gallery regular for three months but the wurm veatlierhn8 drawn the rheumatism away for a time Come mid huvoyonf pictures made I will do you good honest work and my prices are as low up can be quality of work considered Special attention will be given to nil pictures left In my cnreW be copied and enlarged Come at once J W IJENiiV Tlteinoor girl thiiias Its iposR toutarr3ufor i y r f L t Ji Deafaey t Cared by local applfwpyiaa they can not reach the portion of- thoear Thutonly one war to cure deafnseat is by con j I stitutionsir r caused by Isfjtthe mueotlaj the tube WhesgW s iubels Inflamed you have a rnrnliound or itu perfect idwKen it is entirely licdflfi t l 1 resuft I and unless theviiWflTTimation can be taktn put andftifikubo restored to is normal condemn Hearing will b- edOJdfOr1he out of ten which is condition We will give ieHundred Dol lure f catarrhthatctinnotbeeurd- by ed by Halls Catar eure Send Co- rclrcUlnrsfree l F J Chenney Co Toledo 0 Sold by D ggit75c Halls FamilyJlniB are the beet WANTED Severkfrpersons of charac ter and good reputation in encli state one in this oouptytreequiredtorepre- sent old ss house of solid ftnartclal standing Sala ry il8 00 weekly with expenses nddi tional all payable ii casheach Wednes day direct from headoMees Horse and nnecessnryUererences 3160attonSeveral cases of have broken out beteenBecknervillo and Athens general vaccination has been ordered Q Send 32c lit slatnps and et full trial trentmentoftViJaonB Mor pliino Cure Corti Vilsoiii Cal vertJTex 4For 30c in stumps will mail a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Nev r fails Wrifejo Corp Wil son Culvert Tex lluTulH8w airnesssr ro wrerwr0 fY MICHI SHOP fiLL KINDS OF MachineryRepairedWe Steam Fittings Belting hose and ElectrlcatSupplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoilnet E nginesI- n S 5 S and I2horsepntver The- brsLknuwnpowe j1 farmers and othergi perbpfintedfa LTiOHfS iHAGAN I WUiCERTEKjXY 1 Consunlpt n Cured Eusly lithe FiliPino Method r A in the BIIInerwhoWht5tOyenrs brought htllueccrtatucure for Consumption 1rJInH coin lilniilts PlIrt proof free trainsC- ORP T IeJe f Text t 4 4- F y 7h- AQ4Z f rfltQsiliJ1lgii J 2 4 ft If 11 SIICjI j ri Gar Until The i5th of Sept j M F 1Cowill sell every thing at greatly Reduced Prices in orcrtomovo 7 v out ns much of the SuintrGoods as possiblet and Jto makeroom wr for Full and Winter Goods zt v Ever j thlIlff WiGp1 t at Reduced rises r Calicoes at 4 and 4 12 cents 1 12 12cent Percale 10 5cent Lawns 4 6 14cent Lawns 5w KTEvcryiI Clothingat Costto clean it outMen8nndfBoys liatftot Cost dur f ing this Sale 600 Pair M Shoes at prices that will open your eyes f This Will be the Sale of The Seasonitr And you should not fail to COMPARE GObbSarid Prices Mrs J W WlLLlAMSv Clay City Ky 8ILai The Whitest White Cake t The Lightes Light Rblls And FlakiesbBiscuit Are I1udoW11ienYoiiUse Pea nF r8Jn111BJk rs1 Pride IO t a rj Take no Other Every Sack nartntccd 1 + MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY iSold by our Leading Merchants J 2I- if i J r m iM jIDri L t1epager SongaJf Dealers In fr j f q Pure Drugs Patent Medicines jqtf iPaints and Etc L J tf IlrrrHJilIl nrefiillcftiui7oundedfanfl if we have riot got wbntL v 3011 yatit will get it for you on sliort notice r fifi Uo ARE YOU DEAF I ae ALL CASES OF 1fJI DEAFNESS OR HARD tARE NOWbytournewiaventlonf XJnlythosc born d NiMEANY HEAD NOISES CEASE f A vWKRMAN OF RALTIMORL loot a If rCrnflrmea = entirely cured or dearness thanks toour I1YCiC1 ftfullhUlonrofmycajc tobetuedatyotirdUcrtUon ve years ego my right ear began to ilog sad th1 until I Ust aimy Iunderweutatratmentforeetarrhforthree months without a num phjrticlatu others the most eaaaeutarspecialist me that T only an operation could help rue and erenflhat only tna would forererI your treat r went AfterIhad used it only rew day and r after five In the diseased earb been HHUHC you heartily and beg to alnYeJttrutyyoura Y A d 3rd g r Oitr treatment dH80tIi1fedtirBtMlh1l 1W r ItumlliatlfreeYou SCAN CUTEYOUIEIF AT TIII y INTEAWATIDNALAWIAL CLMIIC fill UsALLEAMEINMfANaue i 4 w ffiI p r 5 iFI M 4 I T ESQ AI U 4 rtS r titRe s cv A k fc TllURSDAYv AUGUST 21 Ip0 fIiOGM BREVITIES rflfi Geo lion of AVnVehester was IiliOlnyOity Sunday nJ 1Slctcnlfliindeiiilyttrgirtp to LexTvt gtcn i Clarence Hatlderi at JrtSksoji was in town Sunday nighK Wv VAbne3 of Ficrnaceiwas 1 in town Ttmsdoy on bui iritS3 vMis Amia b1Varon waa visit i r y 6 teewas r iiere 1sTlursday kitty hg hogs M4t J A Fox of Winchester Was in town last Friday on business C lsWelch and Henderson y Couleej enttQ Pilot View Sun i o flay f y + lCDanlcllSwm htbeeh down with the flux is improving jiicely Sorgtniii act and I Isoon the country wilUbe full of I t hisses Is 4- r IJI fNewforiPuckettlias mov d his family from Hardwicks creek to Waltcrsville 0 a V L Ray and B H Smith of NashvilleTeim are employed at the box factory Misses Myrtle and Mattie John son visited the Misses Ewin atk SaturdayFI 1i B fJc1f was to Jcxihpton t 1 lastJr c the guests 1ttheir son J B hero Monday rHere K Eubank principalelect City schools was in town Tuesday and yesterday T J Fletcher and family of vCamargo visited relatives here ektRobert Slnmfessel and family of Hardwicks creek were guests 4j patMrs Blooms Saturday r 7fM H Courtney and family ares gone to the mountains for a few Bays on general recreation Judge G M Derickson and family of Rosslyn visited Aunt Betsy Maxwell Friday night Thos Mountz Sr who lids been suffering with poison breaking + out on his face is some better t nJG Easter has resumed his old rjolras night watchman at the ban rlle factory Stay awake Jlmmie K W 0 Hoffman tile insurance matt of lit Sterling was in twuI afew dayathe latter part ofi week v iY 4 r1 J W JDrigraan of ioiiisville is f acting cashier In the bank since Mr t E W Jheubesky has gone toWis T q cousin Morris Ramsey has been taking a vacation Be spent4 last teeek 5t JithapaittarMs old friends lit e r N tr Tlio pawpaw cropin the moun tarns wjis never better and this fruihwill ripen about the middle of next month HVTJ Southern t of Lexington was hur yesterday and today looking 4orsc carstoattendschoolat1Vin t SjburJi Smiths Business College If oIIIL 4 i j ycyh un 4 j Mr and Mrs Wm Mhtiii zyEr visited MissAiiniii Slunifessfely of- Hardwickgcreek who is sufieri ing jpithinucji gaitrfroinrheiulja i1i i I tX klilttfhe nrr9cl lrgbe1iocrafu rri edhereMon day lth hl lfe Hiul little sontd VI JJ fhlSPItCf tSOIl IIardwickJ8 Cr k Jt tlSt hijhtttiiberlains- Stijnacli andlJvfrPalilets Easy tai JI1PIPII tHi effect For sleis all tirulersinntmcdi eitloSevernLpersoiisitavwjttltilolru t1ilkpJhesoplunk and K girtrtt deal inor 9ub- stantiul Mesdultihaf ilH is fm W Williams atuiJM Keiuion and Mr S M Maple were the guests ofrRobert Ketinoii on Hardwieks- cfeuk Sunday John W hrihllr photog rapher was quite pttlyOii Mon d aid fo t1ifsufitHmc his coilJ iition was tmisider d critical Helms improved since rtnd is now going about t A CliiinilerluineGolie Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for its cures It never failsand ia pleasant and safe to take For sale by nil daiersdn potent medecine W H Nippers of Nashville Temu hasjtaken charge of the box factory which sJartedlastFri dayas foreman Mr Nippers has moved his family to Clay City in the west end of town There will be a meeting of the citizens of Clay City at the Meth odist church Saturday afternoon lit 280 Oclock for the purpose of 1 r ti re its a res y crtati church at this place We have received the first ship mont of our FALL and WINTER HATS for ladies and missses They ate BEAUTIES See them before buying Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Mr and Mrs E W Rhubesky left last week to visit Mr Rhubes kys parents in Milwaukee Wis A Milwaukee paper contains notice of a reception at which Mrs Rhu besky was the guest of honor in which she is spoken of al1eA splen did type of a Southern Girl John Bowles who runs a rip saw lit the planing mill happened ton very painful accident He ran a large splinter in his arm making a considerable wound The spUn ter was extracted and no serious results are anticipated Rev Dr Breese late pastor of this place who has been supplying on this charge under the residing Elder has suspended his visit to Detroit to see his late wifes sister fSr family reasons which detains him a meekor so longer Dog days dies caniculareswero called by the ancient Romans the six or eight hottest weeks of sum mer According to their theory Sirius the dog star rising with the sun added to its heat and the dog daysJuly 8 to Aug 31 bore their combined heat Mi B Jess Virginia Thomas spent several days last week at Tangle wood the summer homo of Mr snd Mrs 11L H Courtney several miles out from Beatty villo Junction A Qng ride on horsoback over the mountainsteas one of the features oft r r f pT I7 fJ Lu l t B itcheikills not nec ry suddenly but SUREtY Jrcysupon the intellectual powra more than werealize Imionsumcs the vitality faSter a nature can replenish itI We cannot tell just what an t a temporary or complete oration of the mind will rcsultjjHcadache and pain sho re mQvedIi Many pain cures arcmore harmful than the Beware If you wouidJicUafc take I Milepa n Pills II Asa result oftlfuralgia I lost the Ihaveing obliged to take piates almost con DrMllespurchasedaboxandk also cured dlughter of nervous headache and I heartily recommend them to other = Y J CORLEV lire mond Texas Sold by DroccMs 25 Doses 25C Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind fAIf td Only a few mnre days of out Cros ING OUT SALE ad there are many things that YOi fcStj save lots of Mo ney by takingadvantnge of the pri ces that prevail at our store Mrs J W Williams 1 Clay City Ky An addition titheschool build ing is beiiier ted in the rear of the tnlt The addition is 8ox8ofee a will bo of great coaveniehce d comfort to the- teacl 81 pils Svhieli schoolInao i e always been too small Henry L Shnttuck of Shellsbury Town was tlUn dot stomach trouble with which lie Jnul been afflicted for years by fourboxes of Cham borlaine Storantjlr and Liver Tab lets lIe had previously tried many other remediesuand a number of physicians without relief For snle by all dealers injpatenit medicine MisS Berthatlif the accom modating and graceful postmis tress left Frid for an extended Visit to Missouri Sho will go by Chicago and give ihat city a brief visit From thtiroshe will go to Kansas City 1fd other parts of Missouri and visit relatives A pleasanttrip for you Miss Ber thn41Vc are Agen1Sfbr the famous Rndcllire s2b0 Shoesfor women See their Au in the Delineator and Ladies Home Journal Mrs jM WiHiomB Clay City ICy fA Care for Cholera Infantum Last Mayaya Mrs Curtis Baker or Bookjjal lfeOiotaninfant child of our was suffering from cholera infantunu The doctor hadgiyen up all hopes of recovery IjRpok a bottle of Chamberlains 0oc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them I t sure it would do good if used according directions In two days tilmthe child had ful ly recovered aids noiv nearly a year since a healthy girl I have reconimeidedthis Remedy frequentlyand hav e never known it to fail in any pmgleifnstauce For sale by all deaiwfiin patent med cine w The Elks fnt Lexington cleared thelbjS Lodge nearly 8 000 anJd was tliejgreatest success of any y6 1w5iii ftLtjwas first held f k io f 07S tFR1 3 Y Lion Coffee I CROWNED KING Edward King of England Alphonso King of Spain Lion King of Coffees Fit for any King fit for you Not glazed with any cheap noxious coating never sold in bulk Uniform quality and rechneu are Iniured by the aIed package Y 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 tleend upon getting everything they need at living prices We want your produce and if top prices will git it we are going to trade with you We are notii coducting a general store at winre the people of this section will find the samecourteoustreatutent- and fair dealing as at the main store We Are InTheTimber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbark Iud Railroad Ties IntlliS section that money can buy at market value We prey the CASH when your wagon is unloaded Dont Trade t nn i- l 1 gnu places tIItOl41r f Al Ell BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia bj Chamberlians Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Bjmedy Dr Chug H Utter a prminent physician of Panama Colombia in a recent letter states Last March I had as patient n youug lady six teen years of agej who had a very bad attack of dysentery Every thing I prescribed for her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Her parents were sure she would die She had become so weak that she conld not turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study for me but I thought of Chum berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and as a last resort prescribed it The most wonderful result was effected Whithin eight hours she was feeling much better inside of three days she was upon her feet andat the end of one week was entirely wellFor sale by all dealers in patent medicine The Browns Win The Browns Lexington came to our town on Sunday and play ed havoc with our ball team A gogd game was played but our team was doomed They hind been to Olintohvillo the day before whore they had twicp defeated a team at that place and the cause r n- s t e aLrz 1LR i M BAILEY Merchant anJ Co- slomMILLER CLAY CITY KY dll Custom work six Jays in the week Fresh GronnJ Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole for defeat was attributedtthehard games played at this time most of the boys being consider ably wearried The score result ed 7 to 5 A J Cottingham went to Washington County Ark to see his sis ter and while there was taken with lux dysentery and was very bad off He decided to try Chamber lains Colic Choera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was so much pleases rwith the pjrompt cure which it ef fected that he wrote the manufacturers a letter in praise of their medicine Mr Cottjngham resides at Loukland Ark This remedy is j fur sale by all dealers in patent medicine i r 1 +f- ir r a 1rov 4 4 TILEWinchesterBank IXCOKPORATEn- N H WmiEKsroo Pres apill Slock 200000 i Surplus 200 30- Vl v kolicit accounts of individ u jilj firms aiid corporations 5h- COunerjournal I 2 TIMES A vlsEK 1 104 TIMES A YEAR t The TWICEAWEEK COURIER publishedIn ninnylSemiWeeklies Henry AVnttenon d leer The Vednefday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to freellnnpplicntlon COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY s 1 BySpecial Arrangements I You can get THE TIMES TiAndthe CourierJournalBoth for Only One Dollar onyAUSllb8cliptlons tion offer must be sent through this office if r c y Snow Creek t r Ghufr IIowHrd puruhnsi d of Allen Osborne r lie horse for 850 1Tigiman PjgR purclmfed nf Dnvfs two nica hogs for 815 J Gilbert 0nwson is suffering very much with a rising in tht head Severn from here attendedcourt nt lit Sterling last Monday T G Ylvion and wife fire visiting the Tatters father near Stunton this week f 1ommitrOgdollnnd Albert Woods went to may City Tueediiy on bus messJnck Eads ana wife vlsitfd tho atters iisicrI Neonita Viyion at KiddvilleJnst week Ifoirriound i 1Vellasthehave been silent for some time we will try and write a few lilies to let the readers of the TiMK9 know weare iiot dead but Still trying t6 live ititdl- ive WehiLelurday Several from College trill at tended preaching at Corinth cttiirdi Just StIUllly We are needing rain in this vicinity but crops jire compara tively good consfderiujr r IV41hsK Brinegairof Lexington Ky was vjsitiiig IIQ grand iJfot her Auuttlinr tttteu Just wee Ve scribefV hiJe visiting his tints seat camerto Vonchi sfon that thevinercluuits of the town ought to go yay batikand sit down Theysulfererctl u man and his wife with plenty of mon ey tovi6iteach anti cyerstoreil J jw 1 9 nrtdall ere pnly ablejosell them a ifair of rffi gtss a 50 cts shirt a ol ets hand stttcltel flat n ladies ioO hint ltevJas Howard formerly of this county but nw a resident of Valley Yiewpreached at Cor lath last Saturday nt 4 oclock and Sunday at 11 oclock His scripturejesson was Dth chlapte- of r Mark Text 10th verso of thi same chapter from which he preached a very impressive ser mon and admanished his mem hers to awake to a sense of their duty and build up the cause of Christ at old Corinth its it was in days past and gone The first Teachers Association of Estill Countywill ellhlltCorinth on SaturdaySeptemier 201502 To which all lovers of education are cordially invited 1 M D c If yon fail to receive your Her old on time dont lose your temper but help us find uteri We have lost it and some oh her tliings essential toourstandingin churh endeavoring to get this paper out on time Everything has gone wrong One of our printers was rippled another got drunk and the balance of the force has set up at nights with a colicy gas engine until there is not enough energy left in tins office to propel us to tho pay wagon Harrison County Herald Geo O Barnes the noted evangelist who has represented most nil denominations and who has recently acknowledgedJohn Dow ie as the second Elijah is touring Kentucky He is now conducting a neetingn the court house at Richmond estestGdfree adi61ns iI lJ- nty tftd t Ghh Reduced to FIFTY I CENTS A YEAR New Idea- Woman9s Magazine FormerlyOne Dollar A THIS Is the cheapest and best Magazine now be fore the American public It shows MillineryIn Readingbeautifully In black and white Above all It shows the very fashionable NEW IDEA STYLES made from NEW ICEA PAT TERMS which cost only lOc each Send Five Cents Today foraslngls corof th Hew IDEA WOMANS MAcmtvB end sea vine great value t lor lh neint yw I T I lTRf NEW IDEA rUBIISJIIHO CO 636 Broadwty Hw Yofjf JT Y aeoooeeoaaooaeoo o 0 ooeoe o e Modern Printings 0 e Which wo dot Modern Prices IJas an individuality S Ahont it mat connnandsjl Attention I I a e sLetsTalkitOver o e O On thrttuext order of Printing you need e 0We0UellefidnJtoTty us onceIeD ifiU11IJilJt e- F ii a aaawaaaaaaaaaaaf JtItS y i Jti 1J Lexington Eastrn Ry Effecir tViiIQ02 FtATnot3yti bntlytia Daily exSun Stntions Bbf 31L- IvLexington t t 5 Winch lttr 1tll 8 2l Lk1iJtinatixdu ty 837 Cloy USiM 11a Stanton 9ti02II Inl33rt i r UI aOOsex t i00 Ar Jnekson 1181 W8TUotTm tfrWNo1Daily Sttitlons fll 1 1 Lv Jackson I lfettttyvlllednna8 i 26 4 Torrent r 47 V 744 Nnturnl1irki 4 1 B01 r Stunton 4tgi 828 Clnv City 4R0r 857I JE Junctfuii C6J 010 4 lfinchcstprb 0 0S3 ArJexingtOlH 0 03 1010 r K BAHR ailtAe SCOTT Gen I Agtn1oRit REST RANT MEflLS fiT ALt fibORS Fresh Oysteand Fish A full line of HOreign and Domes tic Fruits OranKp Lemons Ila initial Apples Iiill Etc SJANBLBRSONi jCI11 KY B fl 1 1 sT Simmons I1lCOs St loowill make regnlcithipslhrouh this section Frcig riqllildwith Louisville und lII ft S tI Sy- ia xi EAr9NPiopv Table the best the mnrkurt affords Everything neat and clean Rat SLOO per dayl Bluegrass Nurseries SPRIN Fruit ntirl0I t entnl Tree Gnipe VineAritViiH small fruits nnd vervthrntifor Orchard Lntvnuld Glwllh hove nn 1 thllnntlrStl1lIlngues oi upplieiuipn to H F HIUBrfilEYER- LEXrNGlO KY YEARS EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKSI Anyone tending aikMcb and detlCrl loriml1 quickly uoertaln II tint II reeCopmmnnicaan- tionaeuICtlfConedeut dbookoniatenta- lent Oldest eoe eeurtngpetents Patents taken tbrou Mann Co reeelnthenotice without In IwericanAhsndbonielrillnstr clr eulstlon otn1 aelntl innmal tayenr I four months 1 newidMlen YorkDraue4 We promptly iiiB nndForelgn Ollayanoalortrcefeporina I now W Eecure IMintsand t BO free iAA1f11AAKS rlteI I n r 1 k- f fit C y Mrs Laura S Webb YicePrealdent Woman Demo crmllo CInbi of Northern Ohio I dreaded thechange of life which was fast approaching noticed Wine of and decided to try a bot tle I experienced some relief the first month so I kept on taking It for three months now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take It oft and on now until I have passed the climax Female weakness disordered Inenses falling of the womb and ovarian do not Wear off ThcyfollowBwoman tothechangc buttakQ tronble to benefit a 1Iufferingwo1 of any Mrs Webb when she was in dan get When come tothe change of life Mrs Webb s mean more to you than it does now But you now avoid the Buffering she endured Druggists 81 of Wine of Car- duLJkoCARDi How Advertising Pays From a barrel of seed potatoes and a one inch advertisement in newspaper a Micliiganseed com fly has grown a business of 200 000 a year in the course of six years The barrel of seed pota toes was essential as the stock of the concern but not more neces nary than was the oneinch adver tisement according to the state hJishiriig a t t seine ratiolte Ilestocl Advertising pays An exchange says An eastern editor says that a man got into trouble by marrving two wivep A western man replies that many havodonethesuinemarryingoneA a number of his acquaintances found trouble enough in promising to marry told not going any farther A southern editor says that a friend of his was bothered enough when he was found in comwfliiy with another mans wife MORE LIVES ARE SAVED JSY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and ColdstThan By Throat Lung Eemedlea Combined positivelycures PneumonlaHavFeverPleurisy j Itcroup Whooping PYTpriseI 4 Town Properly For SalTwo houses und lots in the town I of BooneviDe Ky One house on Mnln strut und the other on llul y berry street IJefiirahle property ut tho head pf the soul mid timber his inc sThil property I will sell at H low price FOJ further iinformatioii see ltrU lhillo kBooneviUe Ky or N Rlclntosh Spout Spring Ivy Co on Timer Fast time onlow time is unknown In a reliable watch Vecuh itiiikv your watch reliable or furnish you inc thnt is Aecuincy jind plihe tualhy IrcshppillgstollCSW sue teels in business dr lwlutlifli No pet ol1 can afford tf endanger an important appointment by not own j ing a reliable timepiece Viileln 1 that go through my hands fire trimkeepers they are always jut as represented Rly wirrmijseis given with every watch I sell Hr v orepair 11EBfifheJvelerClayity AGENTS WANTED LIFT OF T DEWITT TAI IA UK by his SOiiiltev Frank 1111 Tuhungt and rtssoclnte editors of Clilsniin llerld 1 Only book endowed by Tuhnnge fuinily Enormous profit for ngentsj who net quickly Outfit ten cents AVrlte im mediately OLKK CO 222 S 4th St Ihlln 1u Mention this THJKT THE VOLCANOS DEADLY WORK front the Fall of loiui eli tu the Destrue tion of St Pierre by Prof Charles interesting thrilling and neeunitenccOiint of great est disaster tlmtever Iwfeltju hnmnK fnee grenter even tlmicli iii pelf TeHt how lIII Il one of tlVinCst beauti i1RpItsudlleittytransfernted boot 500 pages profusely Hlii trntHl with photograph taken before + niifl af wigtronow insfsts on having 1rtif Morn book and no other Itot jiutluir + lttrg estbook beet i1Il1I1111 1 J I till ca11Y B etITAtP JJO A1SI14- A1wPI a1 1 11 r fi l+ t I actpit1Jylcpst blPhtal tl111 K teSendwork The chance of u lifetime for ntnkht honey Clark c Co an S Jth St Plilladtlptili PII 1 The LEXINGTON 4 DEMOCRATIs t- IILIIY DemoJ utiePUIJClI rIublislieil in The i V BLUE GRSS REGION It is especially devoted to the in leri5ts Of theIlentuerattiepnrtyoil jiveslll the news Without fearv Vir r- iii vnr N j Sultfcription price 5JH a year ir Jo cents a wtuk by carrier WP Walton Editor and nanagtr LEXINGTON KY Joe Mourjtz Agt Clay City J p WEBB i f Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITYhV- A f i0Jr NieeOlenn5huuIEnsl iunubiu- a11 ill r ants Ilrinlpfliiu 7nntl 0- 11kiullsatJottaiilt tll was fiittl Ueon irnzoraIaijtl eeau Y 1utSLIY j J oJ riI rc tL Laundry yhIr Don tifailttoagl e him a call r I 1 1 T t