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IFHE CLAY u jCTTY r J TIMES P nTf t I 50 Cents aTear In Adviinci1 r1 lt i 1Ve arc here io clF Clay GrYi SnrroanJingOoiipiry sill Ourselves tt 1 nl3uru1icrlrj UIM e I yo 1 YOB 1 CLAY OITX = IL FtSDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1J02 PTO 87 jr GRAND asps u Sale= a I rgati1s Bargains W lntendtoCloseOut our business in Clay City and in order totie so will sell our Entire Stock of General Merchandise y AT COSTpfor the next GO days Ue have a large nnd varied stock to pel eat from nod npw is the time to get BARGAINS t W This cost sale will bo for I Cash or country Produce Only jAll those knowing themselves to bo indebted to us will please come forward and pay their accounts as we wish tvhave everythingsettled up immediately I Shhinfossol ff1droirClay RBbbNel3 MFG Go Winchester Kyi forSaulloom Ceiliny Building Papers i FelfcRooflngynrandas ing Stirway8 Shingles and Etc and Etci Store F nt1v h t oM i 1 1 j i us Estimates ISend Shipments Fortune Favors A Texan Havingdistresslng pains in head buck end Stomach and being with out appetite I began to use Dr Kings New Life Pills writes W P Whitehead of Kennedale f Tex and soon felt like a new man I Infallible in stomach and liver trou bile Only 25o at Clay City Lbr Stave Co JCamptonThe Wolfe Circuit Court con cues at Campion next Monday when the case of Tom Cockrell charged with killing Ben Hargis at Jackson will be called It is reported that the Commonwealth will claim that since the case has been move1 from Jackson that special Judge Julian can not sit i a the cusebutit must be tried by theregular Judgeittis also be lieved that Commonwealth will make a motion to have the case diemisaed n A Boys Wild Ride For Life WtbfumiJaround expecting him to die anda son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Dis covery for consumption Coughs and Cpids W H Brown of Lees agonictlJromniediulnov gavel instant relief and soon cured him He writes rII nighti s tion Pneumonia Coughs Colds and Grip provo its iniatohUssraeritfor all Throat and f Lung troubles Gauranteed bot ties 50o tl1d 1 OP Trial bottloa freoat 9Iay City LutnkStnveCo 1tCe I t IT t a J City Ky 11902 Your Bronchitis- r Not doomed For life J was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer McConnelUvillej for Piles and Fistula but when all failed ButJw leas Arnica Salve cured Intwo weeks CuresBurns13riltses Cuts Corns Spres Eruptions Salt Rheum Piles or no pay 25c at Clay City LUr R Stave Co Agnes the little 22 months old daughter of Mr and Mrs G D Casin of Pitsburg Pa diedat its parents home Saturday night anti was brought to Powells Valley where it was buried on Monday funeral services by Elder E W Marcum The L E bridge carpenters of which Mr Casin was a member for several ymlrsuUended the burial Mrs Casiif was a Miss Alejcandre of Black Creek A Parsons Noble Act Iwant nil the world to know tJ vrjtes Rev C J Bitdlongof Ash uway R 1 lIwhutn thoroughly goad and reliable medicine J found in Electric Bitters TJuy cured me of jaundice and liver troubles that hind causedgreat sutlering for z ny years For a genuine alla routed cure they excel anything I ever saw Electric Bitters are the nUrprise of all for their wonderful wprkjn Liver Kidney and Stom neh troiibles Dont fail to try- ythem QnlyjBOet Satisfaction Is gaiiarntepd by play City Lbr Stave Co f VJ JBryanv villigiyeavnpn par tisni addressntiHgli Bridge Sun tli Dig t ittle Sale RtibcrtTCxof Clark county I sold sixty head of export cattle to Simon Weiratlr50 They aver aged 1432 p offiiils J L Brun sold to same pa ty 100 rat shuep to be delivered October 1 rft f4 pel head 1 mi =fi5 Burial Robe r Smoking Jacket A negro a ttrlisle r bfinUndertakerkBKrtp of several burial robes and ca r t name plates lie smokingjacket plates Atgntucked on his door Kentucky1 Coal Output j Prof 0 J irwood in his ref port or UHf ioH mined in tlio State fo11ie year ifljf KHVB there was mined for thutear 5i 4f12 tans ctQUntyproduced more than2 r entof thewlinle amount mined the Stater The increase s year over thutnf 0e year before t aff OJIJ7 tons Conference Adjourns The eightytcomfd annual Kentucky Confe alIce completcil i- abors at LP a Tuesday irlt- l IioracB Oockr Il8qi o en li of jrdf Iev J II Pee ruler pastor Is sent to Qat11 n and Rev S Mi Carrier go l oflege Hill Bov A E tea Presiding Elide W B Km formefPresiding Elderllni toIrcitiet i J 9nZ7 The L S E toad Saturday placed a special train at the disposal of its employes who spent the day in outing at Natural Bridge There were twelve coaches in the train and before it reached its destination the number Vfffts occupants hud reachell i twelvehundred Over hair oxingoton Double Track L N It is likely lint the Louisville and Nashville will in the not very distant future Jbe doubletrack ed Preside t M H Smith told a clltlcmlnFccently that the the business now thai bo handled on the single track The road is well equippedlwitn sidings and switches and theonly way heav ier traffic can j provided for is by putting down an additional track which will likely be done New Kentucky Industries Among the new enterpises lately launched in Kentuekythe following might be mentioned Covingtqn 10000 oil and gas company Louisville 100000 coal company Ol ive Hill big flouring mill Owe ls boro 8150000 planing mill Pudu cah 80000 heating plant and 820 000 mining company Raglan 50 000 oil company Somerset J 0000 electric light plant and 150000 coal company Vanceburgt tele phone system Confederates Romp Trio uilding formeJIy kUOW i as Villa Ilidi elnn Pewee Yul Jey seventeen mi fes east of Louisville Avascjifsen by the Board of Trustees for Kentucky Con federate J bme Capt11I owi of 0veiv bor6v was elected coin mandjAit to 1tavoclmarQeofthoin- x eht ion p r t Jti II IThoat London the Dover pastor who has been suspended for four I months until conference result edin a complete exoneration He was accused of unbecoming conduct and his name was coupled with that of a pro utnent widow of Dover The thorough investi gation which was courted By Mr Sawyer proved the charges against him to be without a sent lancebf fqundationnnd that he has been much maligned and pcr sccu ed Mr Sawyer was form erly presiding elder of this dis trict and is greatly beloved by the people here It is stated that a libel suit will be instituted by time woman against those who have been prominent in time pros ecution of the charge which has brought to her so much UnpIN ant notoriety AfoneyAlaklng nt Hdmc Trig October Delin ai lfers many valuable tujMj tfonVno woman tit iio trtHttfclilie employment 9 r ngtesseveralInsthncesiiihigh quired by women who have folloiv td gnclr unusual lines of worker oS marking linen sewing unYekir- hralda making plum pudiding 3 ratoga ChiPSI ptper t ktf YOf- rIJf vedditmgs aitid etd i SQlUfor Vagrancy tfShelbywille 5aturdtty1 I h ti ta 0 C i010 obi vfel 11AlIJ tl pRbV nl UslyjSol coor Murphy who is a prosperous far mer says he will treat his sin lkindly and give him plenty to eat and wear but hell make him work oven if ho has to resort to time persuasive influence of the blacksnakc whip The council of Ilarwdshurg huh ordered n vote of the people 10 betaken at the November election for the issuing of bonds to I ho amount of SJGOGO for hoc p rpoNe Of c tab lishing an electric light plant anti puttingIn waterworks It isquite probable that the Municipal owner ship question of these enterprises will carry at the election Attorney General Pratt holds that elections to fill vacancies in the ollices of Police Judge and Magistrate caii be held this year only in fbwns and counties em braced in the districts in which Appellate Judges are to be elected Others must be filled jyhp Ipointment by the Governor Ag a result of a bo1IllJlrrel in Fayette cOllntJV I Jas Nesbitt John Crouch lowjthIl stone which struck over the heart Thomas Grouch tattler of the victim was so overcome by the tragedy tlltite fell dead 1 Rural free delivery service has been ordered established October 1 at Gravel Switch nnd Jtiley post ofllces Marrion county one route eaoii IAJI order hasbeen issued by the lostomce Department for tIle be ginning of two free delivery snail VrpUtes in Clark County ta11es Shields an aged farmer murdered inlnV cabin door in Washington county k f 64V5 i k VrJl JT Over 5 Cents ffExGovernor W S TaYlor who has been in Indiaiiupojirtliepaet year or so refused pay us street car fare Satimlay night whereupon the jSJiiductbr an I mortorninn atteinited to eject him from the car He reached to his hip pocJietjyut failed to pro duce a weapon After souse strUggli lie J his G cents and wo tJn Inch orntfon articles were filed- with th 1 eetetury or Stateby time OwensboniPlaning Company It has lGQpO capital stock Presi9ont Iioonevelt visited1E x fug ona t ray Eyes tested freeajid glasses ticcur atelyTitted W I Webb eooeeeaoo ill1LQok1ntlde you w tehn monwnl The biLl ilce heel is making 18000 goodcondition w wrong will move 3558 miles in n yenr and e requires less than onetenth of n of oil to mnke it run limit iLnetdsJ thnt little badly The lettiegree- or friction on hearings niters Jthe motion Dont take chances Let watchsillsatisfy you S WEBB the= jeyrfCLAY CITY V 1 octeooeea b r 1 t 7 BANK OPEN A AsAND YOU CAN SEND NO JANY Arid IANYWith perfect safety to yourself nnd the other party and an entire absence of annoying detailed Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky Idnato Iq FORA Situation lGtiI C IC rhCtLGiA IzFiuiTYP WfhL i Ielcg pj M WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Per circular of hla famous and teiponilbb- COUUERGIAL COLLEGE OF KY UK1VERSITY Award tJ Ztrial nt World EipoittlonI- lefen to tbnouml cf fradnitc In IiUon oat of lFuli nueluna 1Onlflfe inelndtngTul- lion UooU and Jfourd in famtr ajout x7- 0fihorthtndTyik1rltiug sad Teleraphy t Ke Diploma undcr seal iucrUnltercltlawarded Courefree ifdeeired faOorder lo ASM tourimien Aw a Jress1l WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky I IltOFESSIONAL CAHDS W nw nnn qa nnWvr v R E1 IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY OF C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY w e THE TRIES rCULISHED EVERY TIIUIIS- DAYdurgber Jr Publisher Subscription Riles 50 Cents per year in ad yance otherwise IS Cents Entered as secondjdass mail matter Thursday September 11 1902 CLUB RATES For the convenience of otir sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIRES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 1 Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNOEMENTSI i CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to announce 3Ir W T STRINGER of Clay Oity as n candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr Morgan R LYLE candidate for Circui- Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic primary to b held Dec 0 1002 It ling been demonstrated tha a negro in Illinois receives better protection than a white man does in Kentucky When a negro life is threatened in the forme- State the Governor sends Ito protect hint in Kentucky when one is threatned he pack his grip and moves along out of the way Editor W P Walton ot1le Lexington Democrat has wiui drawn from the race for Railroa- Commissioner It seems that th machine was up agninstlIr Wal ton and other candidates in favor of the present incumbent 0 0 McCord Mr Walton would have made a good official and we would liked to have seen him e lected 5 1 t The Curfew law which istnbw in force in a number of Kentucky townsis the bestknown means keep the boys out of meanness This law should be passed an enforced by every fwnin the State Clay City not excepted The future of our country de pends upon the the youths now growing up More dangerous baa habits arc learned by boys out in olhertimeCity boys certainly could bo imI proved or in other words there is room for them to biH proved and the Curfew Jaw might prove to be of great aid in this line Nothing can be lost by this law Church EHtertainraents exchange er r remarks It iaaasdiflicult toda to find the linejhnt seperatesthe church from the world as tb define time Alaskan Boundary It doe seem if Christianity is the solac of this life and hope of the life to cc me that all else would Le sac rificed by believers to support it yet it ievidpnt that the world time lleshllndtheJevilure hour ly called on to contribute to its support The female religionist racks her mdkinfmaintain interest in the church or raise inoifey for the Lord is by continuous vaudeville People give money to getinto fio 1 to cater to their ap petites or for mmiseiuonts One thousand dollars can be raised quicker for church purposesby festivals suppers amatUer time atricals and such like entertain ments than to find a selfsacri ficing Christian who will voluntarily lay one dollar on the altar of the Lord SPOUTSPRING v Mr and Mrs Bill Edge visited friends on Black creek Saturday and Sunday Richard Barnett of Paris was the guest of his cousin John W Barnett Sunday Mr and Mrs Geo Gravett of Clark County are visiting rela tives in tins county W9nwashereguest of Elder N McIntosh Elder N McIntosh is conduct ing a protracted meeting with his church at Bethel this county a Geo White has returned to this IieighborhoodtakiimglodgingwithBenny place y Goff of indian Fields bought of Thos Williams twenty poundsteCorn cuttingahaajrbesun and usingtcountry once again blisss Jrof Millers Creek Sundaysthe lumber on the ground and Is making u dy to begin theerection pf anew dwelling near the Yilliage soon tIMpgCallie JfcKinney visited friends at Doylesville Madison Sundayet nccQmpan White Mrs J D Snowden continues s nt a low stage and likely will not recover Mrs BerryHall is also in ii very dangerous condition while her husband is improving f Frank Barnett who his been down with fever for some weeks was out to church Sunday Mr andssniartde irs J P Wright has returned from a visit to relatives in Madi son county She reports her son inlaw Samuel Barnes who has been sick for sometime us being no better Mrs Beckie Hall wife of Ber ry Hull died near here last night of typhoid fever Burial at Sa lem grave yard to day Mr Hall ienlsp down with same disease auilris not expected to get well 4 Aycuiib to n- printerthetifference in printing coaclueiorryonmy cheek but you must not publish it With that he lock nrnisSundepress v TARE NOTICE My gallery will be closed about the J6of Oct for n till1e Myjiealih chm pels J hid action a nd all persons tographline upComoyou justice as enl myself I be anybody of nil Come nouv as I niiiet close at above date because niyhalth wilLnot allow me to nay longer Keppectftiily JV IJ nr i 1 There ismoroiattarh in this sec tion of tho country tbtut all other diseases put tpgethand until the last few years was Supposed to be yearsl1and prescribccllpc 1edie8 and by constantly iUnglt cure with local treatmentairouounced it in has proven catarrh to bo a constitutionalj disease and therefore requires cbnstitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by JFJ heney Co rol doOl i the only con sUtuonal cure piths market It is taken internally iri doses from 10 drops to a teaspppnful It acts directly on the blood iindmucus sur face pf the system They offer one hundred dollars rmrcnse it fails to cureSendj and testimonials Address F Jcfieney CoTo ledo Ohio Sold by truggist75c Halls Family Pills are the best The StandardOilCompany has bought lenses 0 80000 acres of oil land lying inXVayne Clinton Russell Adair Cumberland Met calf and Monroe Counties d WAxrsDSeveralpersons of charac ter and good reputation in each state one in this county required to reprc buslnesshousery 18 00 weekly with expenses addI- tional nil payable cash each Wednes day direct oOlces Horse and necessarynworen tltami ed l nnglr 310 Cax tonIigOhiclJto and rTtrial treatmentofjlRrilsbn8i Morphine Cure c Wilson Gal vert Tex jg For 30o inst will mail d full trialof Wils ns1XobllccoCure- Never fails igWi l il son Calvert Tex The TIMES for tfie hews Uh MACHINESHOP ALI JCIN4or 1aRepairedi i iWe Keep lostocK Sfeam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO bUILD Gasoline Enginesi- n 3 6 8 and 12 horsepower The brat known power for farmers and other prtatedIILTi CHAS MGrAN WINCEHSTEB YY s1 it COns n11lti f GPred EIIIy Bttj- aFilipino Ihod F cha A soldiw who snejj two yenrs in the Philippine djscovered and brought home kcertain cure for Consumption and ir lung eons plaints ParticulHfiSand proof free from I CORPWILS Ii Calvert T i cl Ie Caught Again Ohnr1eJlomesvht broke out of Stanton jail for time second time j bout a month ago was arrested in LexingtbnSunday on a charge of drunkeness Upon lookinghitn over he was identified JIB Holmei who was caught there some time ago Since his arrest Holmes telta this story Toni Cockrell who is nay confined in Stantou jail 11 Waiting trial for the killing of Ben Hurgis at Jackson had a chance to escape with me but lip refused to do so It is futher said that Holmes Cockrell and a pris over named Miller Were all pine ed in a halhvay to themselves Just before sundown and tietime to be locked in their cells Holmes went to his cell brought out the pliers taken to him byairiend and plied the bars ajar Hebegged Cockrell and Miller togownh him but they refused No time was to be lost The step of the jailer was heard on tho outside Holmes quickley sprang out aid r r Yc Jf1 + tijJ ft- 11lellB quickly as hcouh1 runuJailer Bowen saw him and firef1 i two shots at time fleeing man T3i a7 out effect Holmes said he never lJheJ he did not want tolie in jail three L Ljmouths waiting for trio Hoc17 V nies robbing the old negro li 5 1 ititiCapt cro UolhoulI bees inWushington in j i 1 estof Kentuckys Spanish War tK1iif claims started last night for fuR home in Lexington He expects lthe voh rs theStateIto 2 F r receive a1 ontorloO000 m all 4l 1fJ Claim agents are reported 1 Ofbuying up the claims a iiong Awvolunteers at a reductipn feXv rpetting to realize full vitluertiim t 7 them f ytt 0 A negro is inkier arrest ntleh Y anon for attempting to bitrntile t town down He vns seen sot rid f 1 cottage on fire which exposed ti JC number of other buildinsf t irr JLB1 MAU PPIN- t CLAY CITY KY Blacksmith WoodWorkl l tii r It grsesuoeing aSpeoialty 0 Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing t The Whitest White Cake rk The Lightes Light Rolls Mk1Itc1 And Flakiest Biscuit K j 1f iitAvo Mmle Vlien You TjH t t JJii Pearl and Bakers Pride Ml i i Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed c 3r7j MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 I iIDr B Iyittlepa e Son 1 r r 5 1 DealerslP- jure n J r I T1 7 Drugsf Patent Medicines Oil = j iztfl ii I r t rjIRaints vc i iJ7tft 2 A prescriptions carefully compounded and jfTweSliave notfgot what is you want will get it for you on ehtirrnQtlce iAJ t ARE YOU DEAF WIIJlIlti 1t ANY i HEADTT NOISES t I ALtCASESO OFiDEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING f ARE NOW CURABLE by ournev Invention Only those born deaf areJl1cura e r HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY wk P A WCMMAN 4Lr lAYS s BALTIMOKB Md March 30 momviia tyAbout It my hearing In this ear snarei t iI undtrwent a bar of phyddansamong others the mOlt eminent ear spectallatof this who told ule that T r F only could me arid even that temporarily that thehadnoUieewould 1then cease but thejiearlne in the affected ear would be ever r I Amenttordoypfterfiveweeksmyheadn tnthediseasedearbaabgenentIrcly4atored Ithaukpou YFyau 1Ijf A W RMAN7Jo8 Broadway Baltimore Our treatment does not Interfere wtthronrnstiuloccnnutioHMdMI2xamhllollaud YOU CAM REYOURgElF AT HOMEnfa r ulaj iI IIrTE4NATjO AlAUR4LtcLnIlCJ596 T ASAUEAVE CHI IiILL n ft 7 1t n r V o f 1I If NO ri aTHETIMES 1 AN ALL HOMEMADE 1 AT KR i f IIURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1902 fti ii LOCAL BREVITIES u R Mrs ri C Bloom visited Vih fohcster Monday ft 1iT Y F R Russell is in Milwaukee1- Viss on business MiittKnoxandVirgilImmune i of levee were hero Tuesday 0 ylsitedkd ftJ wtfek L l f L Miss SilllieBirniis visitih relatives hear Winchester this week A Mountz has the TIMES sent to his nephew John Mountz at i V Anderson Ind t Bill Eaton was initiates into the mysteries of the K P Order f Tuesday night X Miss Grace Russell matriculat ed in Hamilton Female College atLexington Monday The A 11 Colored fair asso ciation is holding a colored fair at Lexington this week m i v Mr and Mrs T JiDouglassj Of Levee were the guests of S D Rose and family Tuesday James A IVallaco Estillsgen ial Circuit Clerk was in Clay City Sunday and Monday 4 Lexington must bo on a boom iy She will have two Circuses in one vY v week the last of this month t K Vf Mrs J L Tompkins of Lex J x ington was the guest of her sis tjrMrs Geo Rice Wednesdny 1 r 0 J Stir o eof West Bend Vv canie in Tuesday and had his tfV iifime enrolled on our subscription f v list ri r r T r The ball team has arranged to cross bats with the Cynthiana club on the home diamond Sunday The school l ouse will be com pleted ready for occupancy by next Monday the time for school to begin V Mr and Mrs E W Rhubeskj have returned from Milwaukee whom they have been on a two v weeks visitc puttMngoflln County fix miles from I the 0 K road i J Mrs Mutt Oldham nail baby t have returned to her homo at Levee after quite nil xtendedvlslt x to her Mother Mrs J B Derick r son Sluiijfessel Waldron who hayo beon oiiSucting a store on MillerSjCfcek will close outtheirI fc business there by auction Satur s layr t JolitiP yauglin who Visits s 5 r rieintles here last week v ed homeMondpyliccowpnnied by oY Mmes idtlLitHel lJgQllnil Liz zio Mize 1 Miss Anna L W drcijE returned to Lexington to attend r Hamilton Female College This r itJ is Miss Waldrqns second terns at fi this School 1r 34 it R Lyle the popular t candidate f9r Circuit Clerk vas 1f iJl 011B part of time county tivp 1i daypof this week shaking hands Wwlthliis numerous friends A l yr r 7ii t l 0 H G Garrett of the Climax Stave and Tie Company was in town several days the latter part of InstweekFir tnsto in the mouth take flmmbprlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Forjiilc Ji y all dealers in Patent Medicine W R Shimfesselthfed daugh ters rind Mrs Pi A Wright of Independence Mo arrived hero Friday to visit relatives in this county Mr and Mrs Fletcher Barnett nro down with severe cases of fever They have been moved to Mr Barnetts fathers home on HardwickTCreek Jim m ic the little nineyear old son of Mr and Mrs John W Burton of Hardwicks Creek died Monday night Burial at time Christian Church on Tuesday I W T Stringer a wideawake candidate for Circuit Clerk was in the upper portion of the coun ty the first of the week mixing with friends and fellow Demo crats R R Moore has purchased a largo tract of timber land of R O Mansfield of Rosslyn The land is on Pecks Creek a short distance from time station and Mr Moore will have same work ed up into tavej ties and etc H G Garrett John H Hard wick andF Y Drake have bought out all of time other stockholders in The Climax Stave fc Tie Co The business will continuo the saine as formely under the new management The committee appointed by the Presbyterian church to solicit funds for the building of a church house at this place has secured in Clay City more than 450 The house will be built and work will likely soon begin The dryest period of this sum racer was partially broken Tuesday morning by a nico refreshing shower The shower was not heavy enough to sfart the brandies but it did much good at this juncture Such a rain in the her part of the season might 1 nve raised the river two r three feet 1r fh Westhafer of Loogootee Ind ie a poor njan but he sn she would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost five dollars n bottle for it saved him from being applicat9nisand svrolen joints contracted mus cles stiff neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains It has also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis It is for sale by all dealers in pafent medicine Day Daniel will sell at Public sale on tomorrow at his residence on Hardwicks creek CQ head of POO to 1800 pounds feeding cattle lot of yearlings cows sheep and other stock Also his houshold furniture nUll farming imple ments and his home place See hand hills for particulars A Communication Mr Editor Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamber Hans Cough Remedy I suffered for three years with the bronchitis arid could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give meany relief until my wife gqta bpttjepf this valuable rel4evcd8 y cr all donlersin Patents medicine jlr G f y i I ti- P r i r Ft f 4 S A Miraculous FeatCI It seemed that nothing short ofa miracle could save my little untimelydeath H Malcolm of CherokeeKan When two years old she was taken with stomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procure she grew gradually worse and was pronounced in curable A friend advised Mies Nervine and after giving it a few days she began to improve and final ly fully recovered She is now past five years of age and the very picture of health Sold by all Druggist Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind IJ B Mauppln has rented the blacksmith OJI at the old race crossing anti is now ready for bus iness Mr Maiippin is a splendid i patrot The Madifiblfpoiiiity grand jury adjourned returning forty one indictnient6the8mallcst num ber iii years Indictments were returned against John Williams and Robert Hensley charging thorn with roUlfytg Sam Hunter a miser of 8000 in gold They were sent to jail in default of bond The TIMES wasJn error a few few weeks agojwhcn it reported the sale of sto pof goods at Puck oBud Berry malRrrhetrnl1e thoughigtTongI- V talked of vas never cojisu mated as repo ted Mr Elkirr is now closing 01 tat cost and Mr Berryman is b lifding a now storehouse and preparing to engage in Lusiness L IS E extension A special frminTIi11dmanKllott county saysjMTho Lexington and Eastern Railroad will be ex tended from Cackson Breathitt county in thenearfuture to this place and go ririio Whitcs1 urg in Letcher county A right of way has been secured from Jackson to Whitesburg id it is stated on what is consideredreliable au thority thatwqrk will begin within the next six months Hind- man will then grotv as no other mountain townjljas grown Water Cure for Chronic Constipation Take two cups hot water half an hour before each meal and Just before going to b 1lldO a drink of water hot or cold about two hours after each meal Take lots of out door exercit1ewalk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and in ninnY cases chronic constipation may be cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative is requiredtakfl something mild and gentle like Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TabletsFar sale by all dealers in Patent Medicine See our lino of samples for suite B Littlepage Son itusst3ubscrlptionlietisgrowing i M Ji Jr f o l Z 2- l r fj t a- p If In JavaNatives do not glaze coffee with Theyhavewell as for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry The very American roasters who glaze their package coffees do not dare to touch or glaze their high priced Mochas and Javas Why L orIonThe sealed package Ininre uniform qnalltr end reehneea I Still in The Lkd f Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are onthbottom Our Customers are always pleasedI because we treat them right and they can depend upon getting everything they need at liv ing prices We want yom produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We are now coda tit general store at Spoutfipring where V the people of tit 8ictlOlt11I find the same courteous treatment and fuifrdealing as at the main store ttWe Are In The Timber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in this sectiwi that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded D done ttftj untilyoui6eoif8 Twilitpour Retneinbcr iiUJstoresat bothplacest A1E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY A double railway mailservice on the L E road between Lexington and Jackson is practically assured The business men and residents along the route will petition the Postoflice Department for additional service and this with the dire need of the ex tra service is believed will be suf ficient inducement for the service to be granted A Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diar rhoea Some years ago I was ono of a party that intended making a long bicycle tripsays F L Taylor of Now Albany Bradford County Po- III was taken suddenly with diar rhoea and was about togiveuptho trip when editor Ward of thoLa ceyvillo Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlians Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before starting and ono on the route 1 made the trip suc cessfully and never felt any III ef feet Again last summer I was al most completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one does cured mb For sale by alldealers in Patent medi olne 0 Y PI 7 5- A r i Sr M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- siomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Grounl Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole In many sections stock water is becomintr vtry scarce IIIn dealing with man remember that n spoonful ofoil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar The same may be said of children There is nothing so sood for children as the oldfashioned castor oil Hpw ever much they may abhor it It is their best medicine for disorders of tho bowles In the more severe ca sesof diarrhoea and dysentery how ever Chamberlians Colic Cholera andDiarrhoea Remedy should beAgiven after the oil operates anda quick cure is sure to follow For sale by all dealers in Patent Med icing 0J 4 r THE =r Winchester Bank INCORPORATED KH wiiiERsrooy Pres t Capita Stock 200000 t Surplus 20f030 Solicit the accounts of individuals firms ana corporations 542 1 1 I Courierjofljnal I4 t 2 TIMES A WEEJ 1 4 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIER publishedin nyDnlliesSemiWeeklies Henry W itor nttersoJlEldThe Wednesday issue News Matters the The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES And the I TwiceaWeekCourierJournal Both one Year for Only One DollarThis is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combine tion offer must be rent througli 4lits office Our people who think the ne- gro is worshipped in the North lire somewhat mistaken for such is not the case The Northern people dont know the negro ns well as we do so they think it is cruel to force Ijim to go to school to himshlf rido in a conch to him self eat at a different table from the whites and at all times oc Lilly different apartments How ever as soon as these same peo ple are given a thorough intro duction to their colored brother they begin to think and treat him as wo do and in most instanced treat him much worse Who over heard of a town in the South where negroes were not allowed to reside In Indiana there are several suclttowns and nowcomes the report from Eldorado Ill that trouble is up in thrtt town because of the establishment of negro normal and industrial in stitute modeled after the negro school at TusVegee Ala Acol eyed woman who came to locate in the town had her house stoned A aurd of soilders which for many nighjshad guarded the wo mans house lirell into the mob but they refused to disperse Nay Fever This is the sneezing season but tlivsneezfng is not caused bacold astis generally supposed Thp pollen from the rag ulldoth Mi noxiotiB weeds affect the nos trils Nearly everyone is affected to ifriiore or lessjoxtent With some jrsons it becomes serious and uf ftictajthe throat anti lungs pro clnciiig asthma and u high tom TTtfratnre when it is called hay fever At one time this was COil Hitlor tin veryfnshionable disel1s- enncoI1Iytho wealthy cnuI uilord IHltofrccent years it I i 1 lips gotton to be very common There is but one remedy for it and that is to get away from the mttter wliich produces it Many sufferers go to mountain resorts for relief When frost comes it destroy ithe pollen and the pa tientsare relieved at home un less they are relieved beforehand by dying Winchester Sentinel u Iron Hound It remains dry and news is scarce but we will try to get up something for correspondence column Ye scribe has been nt Ruckerville build ing n house and has hnd but little time to gather the news We will be nt home in a few days and then will try and do better Candy Wills and wife visited their daughter Mary Duvis nt Winchester Saturday and Sunday One of our teachers instructing pupils how to draw u map of North America told them that the continent was shaped like n wiggle tail Oh my I I wiuikriike to see n wig gle tail with the Istsmus of Panama ihnnguig to his tail TJpie schools are progressing nicely in this vicinity although some of tho largest boys indulge in a fist c ffctind a while Now teach erpj nnd pareitf talk to the buys and impress the4 filctnipojn their minds thut they should set tines ample for the smnller fcliollurs nnd see how much better success good kind words with persuntion will pro cure than rod or rough talk There was quite on excitement among whisky sellers in this neck o the woods lust Saturday eve when Deputy U S Manliul Short and two assistants music an unexpected appearance in their midst unctinade tlanlls +rst but the prisoner made his escape We hnvoheard of no further arrests Itf D Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR n New Idea- Womans Magazine FormerlyOne Dollar HIS Is the cheapest and best 1 Fashion Magazine now before the Amerlcan public It shows MillineryIn ReadingbeauJlruUy In black and white Above all It shows the very fashionable New IDEA SmES made from NEW IDEA PATTERNS I which cost only loc each Send Five Cents Today Itrulnile copy of lha Niw IDEA WOMANS t valuforTHE NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO 818 Broadway New York H Y I I Modern PrintingI o Which we do at Modern Prices Has an tndividunlity About it that commands Attention Se LetJsTalkitOverI C o On that neMorder of Printing you needSWe can make it Beneficial to you Try us once 0 0 Jirntz ii 5 i AAAA xington stern Ry Effectiv May 19 1902 KABTBOUjJn Np2 No4 Daily x l Dally ex Sun Stations PMSsDAMLv Lexington 1S 745 Winchester 8O 825 II LEJtniption ift22 83T Cloy cHjSS 913 II Stnnton OC 023 II Natural BridgetfST 054 II TomntH 449 1003 41 KcattyvilleJiinaOll 10iO Ar Jackson Vv f65 1130 WEST nuuslI Nof 10 1 Daily i S1fDully ex Sun Stations OJ L AMI- A JacksonC q 25 025 IleattyvilleJuhcol20 20 7 20 II Torrent r 347 7H4 Natural Bridgef401 801II Stnnton f 480 828 II Clav Citvli3il 837 LE Junction 08 010 Winchester ivW2p 023 Ar Lexington M03y 10 IP J H HARK SCOTT Gen Manager Gen PaS3Vigt H MORO So Pass Agt rRESTAURANT MEALS t1TALL11OURS Fresh Oysters and Fish A full eofForeign and Domes tic Fruits Orangesj Lemons Ba nanas Apples rinW- EtcSJAINMERSON tfGBAY CITY KY 1I1In E V GST Vi s- S1IIIII1OIIS 1VC Co St Louts Mo will make reyulartrips throuli this section Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses f Clay City Hotel T II EATON Prop t Tablftjypiilieil itli tlieliest the mnrkertnffoidp Every thhf neat iiiiilean RateSioOperday Bluegrass Nurseries SPRING OOH J Fruit ami Ornamental Trees Orapo Vines Agiurngnp small Trims and everythiiigrfir Orchard Lawn and Garden SO have no agents hit sell direct to the planter Strawberry and General Cata logues m application to H f HILLEY1EYER LEX1NGTQN KY eso YEARS EXPERIENCE- r TRADEMARKS DESIGNSCotvrattra aAnyone sending a sketch andd eertptlon may qalcklr ucerttln our opinion belberau Invention li probably treeCommnnlcm lion Itrtetl7 oonedeutlal Ilaadbookon IateatJ rtnllutentllltentlltpcclal notice without charm In the JilKrkawAhandsomely clr cmUtlon of anr ctontlUo Journal a- ars tOllr month 1 Sold all ntwwIeiaUri rNewYorkj Wo promptly obtain U 8 djiinn Bend model sketch or photoof Intention I freereport oa tentalltiYV For freeI IerIlow 1 8eC ptenlund BADE ARKS MRS L S ADAMS Of Galveston Tcxo blessingtoseven with weakness and bear- tngdown pains and having tried lev era and different remedies with no success Wine of Cardul was the only thing which helped me and cured me It to strengthenthe By tired women Dirs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian or of havgYou Wineofcured thousands of cases which doctors have failed tobenefit Why not begin to well today druggists have 100 bottles For liver or bowel disorder Thedfords BlackDraught should bo usedF- oradTleendll1era1t11Oad IdTiDl Pyre tome The Ladle A t men The Chatunoof MMlclni Co Chat T- ennWINE0CARDUI 1 rom March 141100 to August 81 1102 there leas been twenty one National Banks organized in Kentucky which is second in the list of Southern States HAn excellent and never fail ing cure for nervous headache says an apostle of physicalcul hire is the simple act of walk ing backward Just try it sometime if you have any doubt about it Physicians say that if is pro = hably I ecatise the rellex action of the body brings about n reflex ac tion of the brain nnd tints drives away thepain that when induced by nervousness is the result of too much going forward The relief is always certain and generally speed Ten minutes is the long est I have ever found necessary Ati cII1Ptorlong narrow room makes the beafypjace for such n promenade You sliquld walk very slowlylotting the bairbf the foot touch thc llIol first and thei- rtltoheeljust the way in fact that ono should in theory walk forward but whioh in practice is so rarely dope MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BT USING Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Than All Throat And Lung Remedies Oombined This wonderful medlclneposltlvelv- cures HayFeverPleurisy Whoopingcough Erloe 60o i 1 Trial BottlfTrte Town Properly For Sale Two houses end lots in thertl of Boonevilh ICy One houseLit Main stet and theQthrori Mul rtJatthomess This property I tt JJlleIIlow price Foi further itnforniation see W H Iliillncklooneville Ky or N McIntosh Spring Ky a Be on Time C Fusl time orsltiw thnciguriknoirn reliable wntch Wecitnmnkti IIinn watch rellnhor furnish you one that is Accuracy nnd punc tuality are steppingstones to eutv cess in tniPinegd or social lift No person cnn ulTonl to endanger nn important appnintniuii by not own ing a reliable time picrc Witches tliat go through my hands lire timekeepers they lire always just- us represented My warrant JH given with every watch Iell or repair WEB1J The Jejveler Clay Cityt AGENTS WASTED LIFE OF T liKWITT TALMAGK by his Sun Kov Fnnik DpwittTalmiifu and associate editors of Cihit tlun Ilorld Only book endorsed by TalnuiKe foinily Enormous profit for agents who act quickly Outfit ton rents Wrlto immediately OLIJK tC CO 222 S 4th St Ihlln ljn aientlun this Paper THE VOLCANOS DEADLY WORK from the Full of roinpell to the IHstrup tion of St Pierre by Irof Charles Morris LL D Most Intensely interesting book ever published Complete thrilling tutu accurate account of great est diSnster that ever betel the liiininn race greuteroven than Ioinpoii Tills how Martinliiue one of the most beauti ful islands in the world wax suddenly tnintifornipd Into a vertnbh holl About 500 pages profusely illustrated with photographs taken before and iif ter dteaMer 1rati ally onlyOInrtiu hence But k In the Held for everyone now insists on haying Prof Morris bu k and no other t author larg est hook best illlIstllIlld8c1Intllfcnllyn- CIII1II Trice 180 AGENTS WANTK1 Kntinnoiis profit for those who act quickly JIos t llbtral termst Outfit 10 cents Dont loose a minute Send fur outfit Iiiiinedintely and be at work The chiince of a iifetinm fur making money v Clark 6t Co Sal S 4th St PhlUdelj his Pa The LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT IB the Only 1ail1 Democratic PapeJ1 Tulilishcil in The BLUE GRt4SS REGION It is especially devoted to the in tertstB pf the pn ocrnticJ art and giyssiill the news without rein or I tSuhscriptipn price o0 a year or 15 cents a week by carrier W P Walton Editor and nanajer LEXINQTON KY Joe Mourjtz AgtYCIayCltyr JJF WLiBB Tonsorial ArtistCL- AYA CITY jw IAWee Clean ShaVciTEaBhioiiiille Hair Guts Sliiiiifpooiiip nnd nU kinds of illalr Toniesc Trni tJll tit wuye ilnd iUeen rtizor8jiniflSiltrii p late eta 2 t s e + c S Laundry Agency in Gmneotiony r 12b Dont f ilt gt rn o JlL X c rt 1 I ltrr j J r s ie if