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I TIlE tIAX LITY flMESe t dyf r j J ii 1 j r 1 1i f 1 i 4 jf 0 f I E 60 4sii Peer iR We are hire to help Clay Cltqtra ejisg fountry anf nrsclcs i J i Buffllicrilr 1ublteher I l j CLAY OILY Kr TH1AY SEPTEMfER ti 1J02 NO f r t jI r- J V GR NTY GlosingQut Saler 4 1i2911flSWeour business iir Clay Cjly and In order to do so will selll our Entire Stock of General Merchandise + t- AT I COSTfor the next 00 days We have a large and varied Stock to select from and now is the time to get BARGAINS cost sale will be for Casrfor cbuhtryPito ddce QnTy ll Phi- All those knowing themselves to bo do1i1 accounts Jwill please come forward and pay their as we wish to have everything settled up immediately I SMmlsM ffalWn IJMIANcEflMFG Go H Winchester ISyl i 1J J TorSAshfloor Ceiliwg1iu1lditig Paper1 l f Blinds WtaUierboardingy Felt IJoonj i t f 5 r Plckeltltl Hntold Rooflhige Stafrvraye ShingleiBkUdECi uWd Etct f J t j Bstlml4n usYour ShipgtcnfcirJt 5 IrIflhomt io l h X13 6 TrhtlleJerlATeHu- nHaving distressing pains in head back gadStomachrandlwmkwith out appetito I began to Uso Dr Kings Tow Lifra pills writes W P WhiteMsadof Kennedalc Tex lana n a new mho Infallible in stomach and livertrou We Only 25c at Clay City bI4 f Stave Co 4 D Cleari ee i A E Barnett tt Son have inau gurateda great Clearance Sale which lasts through all of September They are selling most every j If thingin their house at cost and it is sure nough cost too This is no fake sale but a real good opportunity fdY their ti tftolnitd savoffioTn ey A BortlilJ1Ic1eJ r- yLtI i With 1 emitt arquexiiitg etJirlllSmtMconrI rt ori t u tts- aii f1Drown oftj = vutejlm n nnles- a fr rfW WJIfil18 If2elJn- 1WtI relfeLi- Rn2nttted h WWM IIUl r nightltIIt er lion Pnfiumohji ftAiGoHjjhs CoU aatt Grip prove its llfekHerit for all Throat and U 5 i Lung troubles Gaumnteed bot tlea tvirt f W Trial bottles t free I0layrlt LumkStaveCo- stare rfo L Some peeplexre likelIptiatirge staini wstlt01t tMlYptlMrXe =1ottt 6t11 A L + 7 3- Z y rS i t jr f tU 4 Clay GityrKyJ IJ t4u41 11902 VwVndas Not doomed For life I was treated for threo years by good doctors writes AY A Grcer McConnellsville 0 for Piles and 1stulabut when all failed Buck lenr8 Arnica Salvcftlred nie iri two seeks Buts Corns Sores Eruptions Salt R1 Palvs orno pay 25c at Clay CftyVjor S Stave Co Rann Montgomery fu A go ctrMn tell at MK Sterliu anti nthatt4ljncentrcoulntry bu not n section for sometime and we nro certhinly potting very dry Stock vater 1n places js very scare and grass is getting short Corn is riponingfasfe and soonwill do to Cut t v Land sale CliegterBeahliOBsold his farnidf I7 scree n lelICOIUre t vI185 deaf to J itl 1YJdeIwile1Jn h terJS tw tA Prtoni Noble Aot f I tvrittt ally h W rld+ knew t t1f tx GI idlngt of Ash aiiirJillJmf4ie R thoroughl loundtof ijaitntiic iMa liveV troubles that had caused me great Buirering for many yeaw Fora g auleUa round curethey excel anything 1 everHittEteclric Bitters are the e purpria of all for their wonderful w tin Liver Kidney itdStash troubles JOt altto try Slttigfibttonipj k e 1iCI t f iiiff l At lift i i i jJ i I Ithejl1 this city X rony afternoon TIre contrciii creMrt- rtJ i1R Ewen at f iss Catherine countyMrcitizens stud iMiTracy is the daughter ot F lacy SuPt of Schools for Pollcouiity They were acc mpA mWby Hon John W Williams ajw tko daughters Mrs Dr 0 D lnns1i ldnnd Sirs Geo liicevrgMajie Norton Mr and Mrs tuS Ewin Judge Phillips Dr L Chits cer and trite Fd Blackburn and Miss Jennie N tOJlTh groom is n brother of1 fs This makes the tliirwedding that has come offat titupi of Mr and Mrs Wyatt rletly Winches ter Sentinel Coafeneem at LARdon The Ke tuSjjGnferencd of the Ai E Soufh to the Tlfethodistflitthieplace belongs conveniW Xondon yes terday moritliiY A dispatch from thero sasrSJAbout 150 members art Some of the yisifcrS are being entertained I1 tons And are enjoying the fCeedOUlof life 1 The case of thl viA Sawyer charged 1irtnorality1 ivhile pastor of cflurchntDor ver Ky will Jj aY4Iand li a- 1fC1tl t6 L lully establislfed and say there va8jieveraiiyiroujid for the lutrgeV t 31r + Raa Men There are tjaioLe 5000 ne- gro business U S The stntisti of At lantn Ullhe jfIIhothere are 4 an general Jil mrtster bU rersnnd2 tiers in Various other minor bita s fherc are 17180i egr itriM s work ingljor Wages s alsir esfimaa ted tlittt there a negra children m qQininwischools 40 learnSsiciiUlS O11 lawyers IS many nowspapel under negro mauagemont P PetltloaJJUedAmended have ben filed by the Oofflionwealth nt Frankfort intEifag hUlt JOhns I Walter RJYt R ertore cover money ppyelie- t publican admimitglpn to main tam soldiers 111 The petition will set up blie record- sinthe Auditors werti fats i lied to show tlmfl tID14 18 wa paid out an Ja a31 when int reality thew rr as drawn on Fehfar J t 1Jiad t oatlrofx 1AsThe BoonesasI social ioh to whaHella VaT lei and Filsoice of thi- county belong twith the citurcti eC JW Erpi t91ar County began ri Frlday Jndtt tug thr 4 taile feel man farm 40 jilt Itallt4t f J c t It tfonIhti was liI largely attended A good and proi tablemeetingiis reported by all who I attended There was plenty of dinner for nil present- plentyand for others who did not attend 0 Dont Criticise the Editor Criticism of editors is getting tb be very dangerous AgaYj young lady ridiculed a Kansas edj itdrs patehed pants the other day and although ho didnt sue her for libel he didsue her daddy for OOO Oil delinquent subBcrip tion Crop of Clover Blown Away A curious freak of the windstorm of lasfcFriday was roport ed says tho Jessamine Journal by School Superintendent W R Harris Ho had just cut a twen tyfiveacre field of clover seed and had it raked into winrows preparatory to threshing The wind blow the clovor entirely oil of the face of the field leaving it as clean as if it had been raked Some of the clover lodged against a wire fence on one side of the held but most of it was blown away The field would have made two bushels or more seed per acre being tine of the best C PB inthe einerghborhood A eldrbeaging to Beecher Rhor eRte nhnostas badly wftlor rGtki alftliclo erUe ing eft in the to d1Richmond Court Large crowd in town and business in general looking good Mule colts and the horse market somewhat slow The following is a fair report from the two stockyards reportd ket nt from I3 to Scents 700 sheep at 3 cents Market slow Madison County Stock yards report I 1000 cattle Common 60c oil good cattle steady best selling at 5o COO sheep at 2J to 3 being u Lout ic off from last court about 100 hogs on the market selling at U to 7e lUchmond Register Vaughns Mill Master Jimmie Burfon who has been very sick for some weeks of flux is some better Mr and Mrs Berry Hall are down witlnfever nndAJlri Hall is in a critical condition find liar recovery doubtful II While grubbing last Thursday Cap Strange inflicted a severe wound in his right hand by strike lag it against a sharp snag aJacksonnue I son their house in Harrodsburg Fri day nfter a pleasant vjsit to rot atives here Eastons sawmill ruuniwfiat full blast most of the timeout i ac rfjlicltBar miles w x jt B4j itOfWluttptrtasparente at Jlikjnacxy thp lattecpart pf Jaat e Fannie son tt hohadbeeii at Wad J8 Mill for some weeks re tUrnedivith them to her home here to U 7 i 0 i 1 t born Sunday AUgUst 23 to M t mid Mrs June Walters a son z A Secluded Spot t Williou walk into my par Icr2 said the spider to the fly Ive found a nice secluded spot whero no one ventures nigh The way into my is on a pithr tic street but tlfoOircsiiold nev er more of late is pressed by liu man feet A stockof is kept wirliih the buildiu wfiere I dwell the merchantsits behind his desk to keep them guarded well I spin my web across the roonand ore thedusty wares 1 rest in perfect safety undisturbed- by anxious card for not a single customer comes into his store and r buys the reason is he never thought it payed to advertise Yeeeeesef 7 The Balance i Wheel j Look innide your watch a moment The balance wlioel 13 innkinjr 18000 S vibrations an hour if good condition If the movement la sluj i S gish theres something wrong It e will move 3558 miles In a yenr and reqllreslt 88 than onetenth of a drop of oil to mnke It run But it need J that little badly rhe least degree or friction on the bearings alters j the motion Don ttake chances Let me clean and oil nnd put your watch J a in order for n year It jwy and satisfy you J- IWEBBtheJewelerl CLAY OITY J o u e aIt- iSa IIOPENYOU CAN NOD Y ANY AT ANY TI7Vf iff With perfect safety to yourIself and the other Partyand an entire absence of annoying detailed Clay City National Bank Clay City i KYw M WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY per circular of hla f mom udr IIM MHHSERCttL COUE6E OF KY VNNERS1T- YAtrnrded 1 ssedtne worl the EzyMlUnu Refen to thonwnili ofjMadllatel Itt wRkoj Volt of rail BmlnfMi Cease lion Book and Board In r mllr about M s tianaWriiaaamtl ph18peeWit1 nadetaeal eefreoItdeImdrUtttn ruck w addraaZ WILBURRBNtITHtoxtngtonKy rnOFESSIONAL CAlms rf M R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 OLAY OltV kY r i q B LlTTtEPAOE M D rriifeiAN ANDS UfMrf 7 Fy IA Tvu uJ1L DvrO 13 DICJSONt 1 DENTIST r CLAY CITY IC- Yt tJ r THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Je Burgher Jr Publisher Sobscriplion Rates SO Cents eryear in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as second class mail matter Thursday September 4 Ji02r CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scriberswe have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TINES and JCqurier pHrnal tltOOj Cincinnati Enquirer 110CI Louisville Commercial 75 1 I Home and Parm 76 ANNOUNCEMENTS lourr CLERK We are authorized to announce Mr W T STRINGER of Clay City as a can didate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr Morgan K LYLK candidate for Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held Dec S 1902 SPpUtSPRING Mrs J A Snowden is quite sick with fever Mrs Cassidy of Clay City IP visiting Mrs Bureher Several from this place attended the Sunday School Convention at Powells Valley Sunday Mrs Henry Dock Burton of Bloomingdale Clark County visit wlti4rrflaaaet ltklNtTuecumbiaWhite who ilteach tagourscltooivisited her father at DOll svrtJe Saturday and Sunday Tho WjUla ls Jr of Irvine was down Fndi MHK after he ijerji of cattleihe iflrgraziBgih ttfis bed tion qHntJowrY neafthisElder N Molntosh will begin a protracted meeting with his church at Bethel near the mouth of Drowning creek this county Sunday Benny McKinney has sold to D K Daniel 21J00 pound steers for 838 per head Ho also sold twp smaller ones at tf23per head Mrs Mary Mclntoeh wife of sick Bill Mclntosh died at her home on Caloways creek August 20 tho of dysentery A daughter it also very low with the came trou ble Mrs Miraiam Lewi vof Danville Indvho bus been visiting her sis ter MreWL Adams near Kim brell has returned home A pieMias Heater Gasper accompanied her Mrs Malialla Curtis who in con nection with her fatally left thif community eleven years local jug in Southern Colorado is visit ing her numerous friends and rela ttvea Kimbrell Deputy hcriff Chas Masters was here Tuesday JbliH Bbgiepf Ipx was bee last J Monday buying goods Green Spry ancl wfe of Clark were herelast Friday buy inggeoda MM kirI 4tfjKiflttBy jpf near tt1 r i I 4rS Clay dity islviflitihg her daughter Mrs John Harris I Nelson Witt visited his sinter lIrs Branhaua of Montgome ry County last week Sam Adams of Clark County was visiting his brothers TiV1 L Admsof this place this week- JnmesI D Puckett sold to Mr tBoggs of Fox some fat eteerp at 4 and 4j cents to be delivered this weekClarence Miller our efficient county Supers iendent was here this week visiting the School and teacher MiSs Emma Molntosh died at herr fathers on Dryridge last Friday of Dysentery Her mother died of the same disease two weeks ago Misses Annie Lowry and Lucy Evans I of AVilmoroV returned lo their home last Saturdayafter a weeks visit to their aunt MrsrrMat tie Blanton Accldeatally Shot Elam Woosley aged about eighteen son of Henry Woosley was accidentally shot and badly wounded on Little Greek Tues day by his uncle John Hall The pair was out squirrel hunting and was walking up a hill Hall jn front Be was carrying his gun on his shoulder the muzzle of which was pointed downward and which was discharged from some unknown cause The load tookeffect in young Woosleys right thigh going through Ins leg He is badly wounded and his leg may yet have to be am putated Dr LitU page wascall ed and dressed the wound S a GttlaEsUII- i A party of Kentucky capital fists visited Estill last week tetxtaked fli estigatdety D tlfie natural gas fields where gag ig I1 lieved to exist in abundance These promoters are said to al- readykaveBO 0 acres of land leaved and theSells are only four mileeifrom Irvine A thorough test will be made to ascertain the quantity in which the gas exists as has long been believed that it exists in quantities the purpose of these capitalists is to orgahiie pipe lines to the surrounding towns in Central Kentucky If such a thing should prove practical it would mean a great deal to Richmond Winchester Mt Sterling and Lexington which are the closest large towns to these fields Developments pre await ed with great interest Rich mond Register SIMS For Back Salary Attorney General Clifton J Pratt has field a mandamus suit in the Franklin Circuit Court seeking to compel Auditor Coul tfijjjp draw a warrant in his favor for84i18 81 the amount repre seining the salary paid Judge R J Breckinridge during the period he held the office pf Attor ney General i J W Henry respectfully an- n unc st the public thaLlie Is table to beat hb galleryin Clay City aad will be glad to see any oiie wanting photographs 1 have nut been at the gallery regular for three months but the warm weather has drawn therheunaatisntaway for a time Comeand hayeyour pictures made I Win do you gpodhone8t work and my prfe g are as law as can be quality of work considered Special attention will wgiven to all pictures Ieftlnmy care to be copiedandenlarged Comeatopce J WrllKNRT r I0 a i rrJ I Thire laprt I mUM e4c 1 tlon of the coun1 tothrdiseases put tutiiNrthela- st few years WiMQ sift be incurable Fftra pyyears- doctorspronound tltleaset- and prescribed liii landby f +l1it c with local trwitBieiitfJ Ist incurable cfeifcfiu eatarrh- to boa cot 8titutio and therefore requirti ttpnal treatment Haft Cure manufactured byhaI 1ney Co Toledo A Iii isidly eon tiiuonal cure ilia nrlcet ItJe taken internally in t frpr1Qd- rape to a teaspbfenitr Ityacte d rectly on the Woes mucuastirj- fate otthe systemoffer hundred dollarsfor agy wee it fine to cure Send Xeftiltirrs and teimboialeAtldreas tJ Iio Ta led ggiat7HaltsR And now a t arg lrIJ has been iorated i ituigoapd not a farmer snit hikust ke for the purpose idfxg the farmers if WAXTKD SeveMtl ji eta ofcharac- ter and good it state one In thI8CO repis td repfe- basineeesent oldeittabl house of oHdfl Salary 18 00 weekly peta add Wednesdaydirectcarriage f i ecee It tefralWreHed fehftY rX180ax ton Building CIs Ma46- estillfie1N t mi J iit tffld get full trial tr itBent ef fISOHS Mor phha Care Carpi Wllaoa Cale vert Tex t For 30c in willmailafull trial of Wl taIobaoco Cure Never fails p Corp W1- lseNCalvett 2 waxy n Tr ftJ 7 r= MACH i NESHOPWr 4 lJlj t If Machinery J paired Welpjrj 3 ck SUtM FittiiiSi jMtiiHose andElectrlctfuppllesWEA130 G aolineingineaIn 35 8 and 12 h P81V rTf htwt known pewet rJftrmer and other rlatdfieL T OA aUGAN11- i11l ffH JfF f ConsumptitCiirea I Taaly fyv ttt I filjpif thod 1 soldier wlio t3 ithe Philippines r redand brought 000 Honje aiiaIstcttre for Coiisutuption and itH cpm- planits Eartic- n eaiiroof ifrerv fro- ntCARP rFC N C l i tr f- IS d I d 1 T t 2 rt 1 JI oW 1It I 4 rhN i j 4 Clli lliiitt 1 a kt f1 rtfl I S l 01a NtIr a 11 17H 1Mr pjikj 7 Until The 15th of Septa- we ijl8ellevery thingat greatly Reduced irlces in ordcrto irioYp Y out v lS1Up h of the t Summer Good aBpossibjc and to make roomiI It forFaland w5hterG6od8 i v t1 f3 Ever hng Will iio- V I JtT 3 ito I oJait Reduced PritJ 7 1 r Q h oesat t rand 442cents h I Lit v 1212cantPercale 10Ii 1 5ceu1 Lawns w4tt i 1fIi 6 14centXawns f 15 Ji o TEvety TrMens Clothing at Cost Toelean it out Mens n 6yehtAi tOcii5iiJr z lag this Sale 600 Pair rtf Shoes at prices that will openyouTe ieB This Willibe the Sale fTle Season f tfj And you sboulddnottajl to COMPARE GOODS and Prices fdi Mrs dJW1SViELLIAtM c i fj J Clay City 1yi i P 2 71 r The Whitest AAMte ca e2 t The Lightes Light Rolls Y And Flakiest BiscuitxrJtkAzorTede YleoayleMfUaiu i p Joaf Pearl aM Bakers Pride 1onn S c t f ijttkt zs Qtifr Enry Sick dur itHi i MAN1JfAcT ifflY J ACAkYCRSA1lltS Xy r f Sold by our Leading Merchants r j74 1t + q h r3Drjt Dealers In k J Pure Drugs Patent Misdicines Oil t 7 rt o Paint4andEtc w l- Pyescriptioneuarefiitlyeompougdedand if weha enotgottvhat f r- your4aat WUlget it for you on short noce oW dti i J I J J ARE YOU DEAF C t AN Yr ili f I 11ii11Q j t I NOISESrALL CASES OFMkDEAFNESS QR HARD HEARINGr tIOWi Q ashHEAD fFA WKMMAN Or AtTlNKMIC M9NI Ctalfe3Atzteaoaa lid I ItN a a lalt h of lay acte he aaKd tAherdton Wit o andth4keougettlagworsewtllrtatcar fiY JjgrtatrMlmottocrtMrfc fortbreeBKMtbt cenroswitait hero nineat ftullellettoribU city who tw IIIC that jtheaUltttt tlCrIt t e irttllylH a New York pat er and ordered year trat imeet Alt te447- y a aadwdeaqdbt ieIa Qe t r IlJIAVJtHAi ssroadny eceJC4 I Qirrttr tt nteatett as IKherereUfiyauricauueeett en ti du IIWIfY8UISELf TMIE et a rtiitdal talf IiiT1AMAT LAU kClfJIM EAVL NolaXc J Jt tJF- U 1r to4 oi i 1 e t Nw oi j 1 qw tHE TINES I t h AlT ALL HOMEMADE JAFBR r THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 41902 F REYITILSisThe City School will begin Mpn day September 15 f l Dr Littlepage went to Win chesteFSaturday on businessrL W G Blantori of Fdx wash re Friday with a load of water1 melons Weed Gaf retti oiStanton MA secured a position as clerk in the company store r JtJ L Hainline a merchant CJayOity before boom days was in town Tuesday Miss Maud Conjee of Stanton 4 Visited relatives here the latter- piutof last week Mr and Mrs J F Clark of Mt Sterling are visiting old k friefi ds in Clay City f j Y John P Vaughn of Lawrence burg is visiting Dr Uttlepage k and Mrs D 0 Bloom JlI Qfearn former oitiah of this place but now a resident of Jackson was down Sunday To Keep down diseases cuitie weeds about your premises 1d t sprinkle lime about where it is needed Merchant W G Patrick of Kimbrell was irt town Monday w adgaveus an order for some Il + 4 workr r y Ala r tdthentpattakerj Wm Fer KnWfVPatentr rPr Mr and Mrs John JtfeKinney of Hardwicks Creek were guests of their daughter Mrs Fletcher rBarncttMOnday OliiF Haggard and family of Rucfceryjlle visited Mrs Hag gards grandmother Mrs Ellen White Saturday and Sunday J MrIt S Eubank principal Stan ford City School and canddidate for Superintendent of Public In struction was here Saturday r AtaaieatinkoirtlrebtatotlQmrp- iestonerss John D Atkinson and J1V Williams were County Election Commissioners Mr CUll hiI1gi1am businessntans ager the Jackson Hustler came r f down witlt the ball team Saturday and hope to defeat our sea ond iilue I LaborDaywae not generally ob served in j01ariCit y Monday Tiiebank lbap08ftjj ce Iiulvever- Were coed And noeti o th i country school teach u + took the dajTbff v Sterj aiglnJs engaged iq a succew r Jit that i Jace and- wngladlyWlearf th t h ir feat getting rioii o t Seli ol days are on ji iiJtJJlt ceuutry distracts and f L tliay aro rapidly approaching a f IJmOay City The boys ar stay tpe wbthera tire hot Ieddixgany tears- rom X ofBltck Creek brow itt tWwltla t e e1b a1i1 ofnice eilO tw gee orcltai d fe b iwlp 41 1 this county whicfk1Jii 1 r I3ol Uu jlm w f Jif i r f Y- k rye t- N d Dr Elmer Nofthcutt retaricd Mondayal days on businesfi The Doctor drilled three good wells in this field a few months back OlJtMrandMr Everetta Au gugt28thta eons Weight eleven pounds rslForlner is a daugh ter of Vff T Stringer a popular candidate for Circuit Olefrk We have received the first snip meat of our FAE and WIKTBB HATS for ladies and ajrtses They ate BEAUTIES See them before buy ingMrs 1 W williams Clay City Ky The businessmen of Lexington are trying to get a double mail service between Lexington and Jackson They shpultf Bej sup ported by all business men along the line aethisaervifis badly needed Mrs Mattie Blanton acid daugh ter of Kimbrell were shopping in Clay City Thursday Mes dames Lucy Evans and Hunt Lpwry fit Wilmorej nieces of Mrs Blahton and who were1 vis iting accompanied her We are Agent for the famous RadclUIe 426d Shoesfgr women See their A in the Delineator and Ladies Home 4ouriial lII Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ity tWe are reliably informed that AE Barnett Son have in the past twelve months bought oil their yard at this place upwards of 10000 worth of ties and tan bark This firm is full of ener gy and with a liberal useof prin ters1 ink it has built up an ehvi- Sble business fg A J ir i Tire local ballTteam playeditbe Avondale club ofCincinnatiagatn- on Sunday and won by a score of Iff to 7 The second nine of Clay City also played Pilot View on this day and defeated same by a scoreof 17 to 7 The latter club played the Jackson team Satur day and was defeated by a score of 18 to 10 Josh We8thafer of Loogootec indip a poor mad but he says he would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it coat five dollars a bottle for it saved hint from being a cripple No external application is equal of this JiHimeat for stiff and swolen joints contracted mus cli slid flecki sQiaiKes fand rheumatic and ranscalar pains It has partial dealers in patent medicine RIUED IWffibr fJ ljdme ttStattOl I9day l ptmbr2 The H 8 is a a tughterogOounty u n8rintend enfrlF Pi Tracy TheTtMBS ex teiida congratdlatiops ColIAJfr EditorsAllow ye tp speak afewwordtlafaeraChaQibw Haai CdU giBiiVfdj JT gudered- JQrtliee i rswt the brpHohitia wad qjiia 3sls0h at nights I 4rrerat dfoefont wripua patent mec icinestbut Tepuld get netb1is T to in ViJef unti- ltpyrrfegotalbottle of tlJfs valuable ltt iII a 4ompItely relieved merockntKBagh- ell bloc tTliw Y1fol sal- ebplljdlers ipTxtira t Medicin- tt 4 V WliAU wfi ask tnon tot aii ad theUifvertraur = ao the paper Via seldom- a i iicS No Time to lose You cannot afford to disregard the wanimfi of a weakand diMMed fcettt and put off tak ing the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on disordersIf your kearcpalpitateIntten or you K fcortol breath have towditfMg eu pain in left tide thouldtr or arm you have heart tnwM and are liable to drop dead any moment ttseebeestrill aie4 from dleeue at b4 ioe In Poltl Ind- C IaiIM1awXM mu MreiMAirdsdl Watkins N Y whott porifdt thus advertise mea wrote thU throw Ibide I 7Wfttfii L received raugrit palptatloneftlteaievere 111 rueateta- orM+ eMedioat Ceo EJfchart Ind t read Butt just let that man be caught kissing his neighbors wife or trying to holdup the side of a building dud his tune changes instantly and if the printing of lice is in a garrett seven stories up hell climt to the top and beg the editor tcii keep quiet and re frain from publishingjiis misdo iilg in thr ftper where everybody will read it And such is the dead easiness of the editor that nine times Mtof ten ho will thettria ilol r- pefmrt 1 Only a fewTmew days of out CLOS anyInebrtakin vantage of the pri cea that prevaihourtore3irrr rfplay City Ky- ingtonIlL l AigiiBt 27 1002J 5 J E Tr l ubt Clarity Xy Dsea ieeived copies 9t h Ax CitrTiMfis and am very mxAgleased with it anawIllI forlt Please ta11r hclosed if cents year in advance IndOJjNEMrs Nancy Clay P s WHl as please tq send me the na lit1 the best oil firms in blay CifyllPleaso to write or print In M TraW and will watch for it 8lsor1wgSterling and Win Chester aa4 i N 0- Water fteaNe eeslpatiea- xTaketwov 1 t at rbalf an hoar b kraalaudust be fore goingfe ialeoa drink of watert hot erdtakput two hours outjdoQtMAke a JI t of jl arid in many CMM lC constipation may bl eurwlwjout the use of any aiadWhela rp r tlVeiB required ihin ailidand gentle lik cWwijeriainB Stomach and Ltt g For sale by aU dealers ifi PattotVedicine r p Ihe t CIay City 0 Tliey arr l1OW Qf a sy- ndieatehwill m fuel of street dattfflp Wfc the syndi cats have li Ching intexitig tpnj3Butif eye with the banana tasljpwupLaxin ouplee for nulls BLttMtco t rt The September terms of the Madison Circuit Court was con yened fit Richmond Monday by Judge JM Benton In this court there are 105 qrimninal cases on the docket and 808 civil cases This is a greater number than there is in all of the combined counties in the remainder of the district The more we lielp others to bear their burdens tho lighter our own will be coatingIf Java I not CoffeeI Still in The Lead o Our Stock Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are pleased because we treat them right can depend upon getting everything need at liv ing prices We want your and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We are now colluding a store at SpoutprJng the people this section find the same treatment and fair dealing as at the main store We Are In The Timber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the J CASH when your wagon is unloaded 1h0b t ads 111 Ji oxYt ir3tIboth places J i r AlEs BAMETT SONf Jr CLAY CITYiKENmurK Y J oc Rev Sam Smallis thelatest to fall from grnceHe went to Vermont to make a temperance specie but failed to show up 01 account of weak knees He frankly admits that lie vas drunk on the occasion Ho now says do as I say but not as I do A Certain Cart and Diar rhofSome years ago I was pine of a party that intended making a long bicycle trip0 says F L Taylbrof New Albany Bradford County Pa- lui was taken suddenly with diar rhoea and was to give up the trip when editor Ward of the La ceyville Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberliahs Cot ic Cholera and Diarrhoea I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before starting and one on the route 1 made the trip sue cessfully and never felt any ill ef recto Again last summer I was almost completely rundown with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one does cured me For salebyalldealeIIIinFai e t Medi cine A little Clay City Qoy eaidt S Poppert p follow be cause a man wearg giassesie has bid eyesight PQVPQluAsa t 41 r u tfT Some Coffees are Glazed II why arent the high 1 priced Mochas and glazed also1 Lion is fectly i delicious ftawtre is always and they they produce general where of will courteous Ir about Remedy M BAILEY 1 Merchant and Custom MILLERCLAY CITY KY Cnstci work six days in ttffeek Fresh Ground Bplithleal ahaya bead Grinds for onesixth tole rule kid Then why did mom Ulfir say you look through ton glasses a day U1n withremember that a spoonful of oil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar The same may be said of children There is nothing so sood for children as tbe old fashioned castor oil How ever much they may abhor it1 ly is their best medicine for disorders of the bowls In the more severe ca ses of diarrhoea and dysentery however ChambwilanV Colic Cholera andliagljoea Remedy should be given after theoiroPerateand a quick cure is sure to follow For sale by all dealers in Patient Med ioino i q 1 AIIl 4 Iti k- te I THE Windhestei BapkINC- ORPORATED j 3- N lWITlfnsr oN Pres Pj f ClpiTaIfSrock200000 Surplus 20 OrJ0 We 8olicitthe accounts of indrvid nalsfirms and corvaniiqis o jJ 42 10 CourierJournalst r l I a I 11LI TMES J A WhjEI tj104 TIMES A YER The TWICEAWEEK COURIER ninnyDailiesSemiWeeklies pUQlIshedIn Henry AVntterson Ed itorThe Wednesday Issue is devoted to NewIIMnt the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO i LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements F You can get THE TIMESA- nd th- eTwiceaWeek Courier Jowial Both one Year for Only One Dtillai This is for cash subscriptions only btJjOAllBubscrlptions under this combina Snow Creek a Cbarlie Dawson attended Rich n1 ii8cQuJU 19nd r 1J r FSeveraifrotn to k Win cliester court lust Monday Thqa Wood has been very sic- fiAeeyerciiaysttpithfover k but is some better nt thin writing Mr McCoraos and f mi1pof Lexington are the guests of her brother Jack Parker this wetk This place was very well repre sented at the Sunday School Con ven oil ut Pow 1JA Volley Sunday Mrs Amanda Hull of near Lexington was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J John of this AW ce last lL jeek a 011 I 1on Darlingsville WiiilUi5EMerSj of Lexington visited friends Jere ti few days this veek Elder Easters School is pro gressing nicelyAnoinonth lips al ready been taught with good ut rcndancur v I Jf you dont think wo are dry l in this neck othe nsU ye editor who travels r the road 1 through our neighborhood twice daily I Son e qickness iu ir part ot the vfiicyardJohnTiptonsdaughterStella ly school for afov days Miss Porn Toddha8been nuraingu case of tcoth ache for a Low das Mrs AlicyaEaeterj mother of EldclJEnstWaltersandwife Of Ford aroj visiting Bro Easter 1 Enstteto of tJaintjs Eastr3jsaino fatuity nx N- y e 11 yrtbt3su Iron Mou ldJT WelliieAVs in this vicinity is like stock water in Clark county rather soiree at this writing but ye scribe fin and search his gourd and eiioiigli to mla little space We are needing rain in this vicinity and so nro the people of atepresentThe horse jockeys of this placp are attending the courtsof belt niond Lexington Jilt Sterling and Winchester regularly once u month f- MissJCate rntJI yHo fordstui I rTllctors- BrotvnG1rnd Aerated on Styr soriV fcffcVl nchester Ky is not doing as well as wits hoped for l tuurMiiMnrgnrotC Js JCYftlar it fiicn s tl re tanves ni hisnoighborltootl tit this writing Clarence Thomas the eight or uldeye i ldbQit 4f1 Sa hQniu near Jluckeryille Clark Count briilfdJlh duy of August caught his righthand in the cog wheejs of a cutting box while cuttiijg green corn and had to have the Ord and part of the 4th finger amputated I M iJ Most everybody would gladly ext changes puce for that of some quo else but ifhe could ilo so lie would soon declare himself cheated and want to stoup buck Ejes tested remand glhssesnccur ntely fitted yr Webb Judge J Do Mitchell editor of the WinchesterSun vvhHoson a visit in Loiffllefvns taken ilH ndhas beet + dowtinoyi forfisix weeks b a s t5i 111CENTSA aNewIdiea WOmans Magazine FormerlyOne Dollar THIS Is the cheaprat and best n Magazine now before the American bllc It shows MillineryIn Readingbeautifully in black and whtaAboveall It showstheveryfasslonableNewlrreASmas TERNS which cost only Oc each Send Five Cents Today famine copy of the NBW IDBAWOMAHI valueforTHE NEW IDEA PIIBlISllIHO 00 e7I Broajr New York JT Y Modernr Printing Which weilo 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urceries- araaiNG 1oo2 JiFruit and Q nafcjentbl Trees Grape small andtSerytlllgnjir Orchard htn n and hlie have JI hutdtitdirkctftncjteplanterStrawberry t on tt H F HIL ENMEYER- LEXW4 0l1 tl KY 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I T K MARKS a DESIGNS I COPYRIGHTS Ac Anrone a ed dMOrIPlkmma inrenYtbn tipro6DtlCommaenlaUonaatrtcU COIIIIdclltllL1IMIdbOOk 011 pacenuaateau1v MlIotJtbOOInh StitMtllkl Mi4riCd t N11r J 1JlM t 01r ealattm of an Iden lehna e I nurmonth n 1 fIIUUC3B NeWIPrk tcetIJIi rest Wo Tiromptly obtain US and Foreign Send of inwnMoa tor I 1freerapxt Forties book I PtenUand oDTienIIl ARS pro e THEDfORDS B11 fIWUJ TilE GREAT fIMILYnrCINE Tbed Diaght has I saved aitoziibills formore than I sixty TKS For Uw common fawn constipationindigestion sBdM headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is legwatesstimulates action of the kiJnevs urjfiea the blood andllurgt the bowels of foulaccumulations It cUres complaint indigestion J sour stomach troubleecostipationdiarnccea colds and lieadecke E1g drug gilt has Thedfords BlackDraught m cent packages and mam moth size for 100 Never accept a substitute Insist the GkattanoogaMgdicieeCompauy ltIsgood for any Md tverythteg I hive a fwnlly el twelve ehiidrea sad far four years t have kept them MI foot IR4 Mhy with M feder kmUHack Draught A J GREEN IHewara LaJ I Told theTruth Once Nqt long since u Missouri edi tor announced that for just One issue he was going to tell the truth unvarnished anti naked sere is one item from the issue Married Miss Sylvia Ilhodcs to James Curnaliam lust Saturday evening at theBapt st pareonage ITI o is an ordinary town gipl yjiQoesiqt know fy more than it rabb ltallout i ioking niid- neveiWatelpedhgr poor old notlier flnce flays in her life Shels iiot a beauty by any means ami hns a gait like a duck The groom is well known here as an ui todate loafer haSil eeaalipingufthool folks all ins life any dont amount to ehucksno how They will have a hard life whild they live togeth er and tho News hastens to extend absolutely no congratula tionsfor lcJont believe any 1111ion funeral Boy the secret of success is al ways doyour work better than is expected you MORE LIVES ARK SAVED BY USING Dr Kings FOR New Discovery Consumption Coughs gad Colds Oai r Throat AA Iiuig Hemediee Combined This wonderful medicine potltlvftl y cures Consumption Cold umonlI1vFelieriPIeurisy MtIIfttCOYiOt O l la J3o t1 Town Pieltrtr Fr Sal j I e 1 lciiise ind10ehfhe rwf11 of iobrlcvilln Ky Qpp liow eon Main street and the other on Atu berry street Desirable property at the wnd otthcconltettdtjntberlins incsa property Iw a tn low prije Foi further iifi formation see w U lluhockllQoneLtf IeNv nrlMrlntllllh Spring Ky VIt I BeeN Time t FottimeorgloWItmeis unknown tpR relialili wutch e ouiunnko your watch reliable or furnish you one thnt is AccSracjRnd punc tuality hrugtepiingetonceto fcuc J Less In bu jnrSl air eticiiil Uha No per 1h CUD IIlTrTltll endanger an tmpnrlilntpppofutuientttynptOWII lug a reliable timepiece Watches that go through n1yhahig tu tiiuekeeiersf tlicy Wrealvviija just as represented Rly wnrniHt ia given with eVery tateli 1 selfor t repair i WEUIJ The Jiuveler Clay City AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T PEtttfT fTAWIAGli t 8 by his Son llev FninkIevlttTaln i KB mid aesoclnto edltorsof Ghkflnn Iterld Only book eudnrsedbyTntnngefpinily Enormous jutifit fort ngents who net quickly Outfit ten cent Write fatrImedlntely OL1tltOO12 S 4th St thlla In Mention tills Paper THE VOLCANOS DEADLY T 1O11 the Jfiill orIol11lcll to tli DeatruehtioinifSt Piere 1bp Prof Olmiles Morris Diloftriteiisely interesting book vcr published Complete thrilling and accurate ncdount ofgreat I est disaster that eveibefeltlm liuinajy race greater even thnnrompeii TtJ1i lunv Martinique oneoHhttjnostbeauti ful Islands in the world was suddenly transformed into n vertnble hell A boit DCO pages profusely Illustrated with photographs taken before and nf tel disaster Practically onlyMnrtin IqucBotf in field fOr 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