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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i i THE 1 X ITTY TIMESUb I 2 t I 1 fl M Y1 rE 50 Cents a Year la Advance r We are Itre to help Ciil CStjJkirroiiiiing Connlry and Ourselves J B Burgher Jr Publisher I VOL 7 CLAY CITY Jr THItu DAY SEPTEMBER 18 1902 NO 38 1 V GRAND GfesingOut SaleI k Bargains Bargains WeIntend to Close Out our business in Clay City and in order to do so will sell 4ourEntire Stock of General Merchandise i AT COSTfor the next 60 days We have a large and varied stoc1tS to select from and now is the time to get BARGAINS This costsale will be for f jX Cash on country l r0duce Only f J All those knowing themselves to be indebted to us will please come forward and pay their accounts as we wish to have everything settled up immediately SMmfessel Waldron 1P J NBbIANca MFGt0 r 1 Winchester Ky We r TSash FlooringWe are Headquarters for r doors CeilidgBulldingPaper FeltRonfngRVarandas6ng L J 1 8tairwayg Shingle And Etc and Etc 0 a4StoreJonttl JLr A r T Prs- rN t C r Fr Send uaYour hstimaes- Promt I I Shipments k Fortune F vori A Texan Having distressing pains in head berngwithl Rings New Life Pills writes W I P WhiteheadofKennedale Tex and soon Celt like p new man Infallible in stomach and liver trou ble Only 26cat Clay City Lbr dr Stave Cox Mt Sterling has by far the best wnterworks plant of any town near it size in the State The State Board which fixes the fran chise valuation of corporations found this property to be worth f189000or more than double the valuation of the Winchester or Paris companies A Boyi Wild Bide for Lit epegtinhim1smltIe IfSC D Kings Nets Discovery orjwnBumptqjiouBs l1dCiQ dtW H Brown Jf1cs vinedeaths agonies fromytstjiraafbut this wonderful medJll1eg e instant reliefancJ sooq writesS II- i now a u1 l tfP Condumpflopi CoughsCeldsamd Gripprov matchless meritor H Throat an- Lung d irpjubles Gauranteed hot itlejVfiO ll 1 90 Trial o u free ajt Clay City Lum Stave Co store f Crp of etlen re Keatucky 1ij1 A Sarmor near Leitcifield line ri a successfully grown a small crop of cottonthis year3V a see W V is V more reequeitl y J tai- r x w 11 f Frk hv a- r 2i oIjia 0 I y Clay City Ky ifi1 1902 grown in this State Oldtime people used to grow enough for home consumption weaving it into fabric by a crude process Not doomed For life yt YBS treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer McConnellsvtlle 0alCor Piles nndI Fistula hut when all failed BuckI lens Arnica Salve cured me in tio weeks Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Eruptions Salt Rheum Piles or no pay 25c atj Clay City Lbf Stave Con At Danville George Grtgorycoli red attacked his wife and she attempted to run away from him butI caught her foot jn the doorsill andI down the steps She was carrying an infant which bounced into a wellI theg ed to flee but George stopped and fished the infant out I i A Farioai Noble Ao- tIwantal Jtlie world w know tI Writes Rev ff f Budlqng j6fAeh 8YrYiJHwhat a thoroughly good andLreliablemedieine I found hElectlic piUerlij f 1hrycUffm 3 nf jeun4ueiee troubles tha had caused roe great Buff fa m + yeays Iora gydefunRaIII a round cure hey excel anything I ever saw ElectnaBittert are the won4ertuswork inXlver Kidney arid Stomach troubles Dont fath to try them Only 5Octs Satisfaction is gauarnteed by Clay City Lbr I OJ Stave Cof Vioi8ttiecoldest lunatic onj recorif TjnYeout of mind ii 1r i k 1 J Am c r j Ijb r r ft Mr f t pyevAsMfelTlierepottairib been cur rent for tone that a pipe line would he bullt eonnect the oil oflieatuekywiththe ground system of pipes of the Standard Oil Co have confirmed by the+ highestaUtbortj fCrN Payne of on City jPa 1Isat the head of the pipe line ol fi tem of the Stan dard Oil Co TO fields of Pulaski Knox Bath iw J Floydcounties with the aeneriuistem of the Stan dard 01Tllejcompany purpos es layJBg JU6 of line Engi neere and rigbt4way men are in the field pe now being Tlteli when completed will costupwarof 81000000 DrtltPierwetls1 We have always contended that it was eS8e ti drill oil wells to a depth of atleast 1200 feet and the followi from the Calc boon Star will JlQve what we have been contending for to be true The oil wellf which the Star made mentlpnctome weeks ago and which is locatednearCalhoon- has proved to bea gusher Oilc was found atllbout 400 feet in small quanitiesjjand more as the progressed until they reached about 1200 feet when sheroke loose with a rush throwiuK oil and gas fifty feet or more inlhe air A k Fan A skunk iafmiuas beepestablish yGeorgetwo enterprising youncr men They have enclosed about two acres with a wire fence and have stocked it with aboutune hundred of thescent ed animals Iand expect this winter to be ready to market their furs They have some valuable animals on the farm The reading Market Louisville is becoming one of the best market Qr country mer chants in the South The Cour ierJournal Saturday gave the names and addresses of more thaw 150 merchants in thatcity last week buying theiEfaltstock It said pnefirmnlone paid putl 500 for transpotaton About to Sacrifice tier Child Mrs Charles Clark a prominent woman of Vanceburg Wild discovered sharpening razor with which she said she intended to sacrifice her threeyearold daughter in obedience to an order from the Lord She will be sent to an asylum Re ligious excitement caused loss of reason Got RM ofRlva- lInJgeksoncountythe general store of A J Smith was burned A man named Bruininetfcwas ar rested and confessed that a rival merchant Im veii him fifteen dollars and threepints of wiskey lattertarrestedrPlenty of Representative Timber Wolfe County is full of Representative bcrTbere are five thielcounty and not a single one from Mbrgari These two counties com posotlio91etIpgielatiyodiatrotRobert i dtW1l11s18y xPoT f i3 1 As Sees by a Negro A Colored minister whose wis dom is far above the average hus- madetbefoUowlngsenBibleremarks I have decided that tbeonly way to get rid of the Jim Crow caris toI get rid of tbe Jim Crow negro IfI could use 200000 bars oLeoap on the unwashed negroes that travel on the trains and hang around depots I would solve the negro problem about 20 per cent Lazzy ragged barefooted fellows longing for silver slippers and long white robes and counting themselves worthy neg lecting to provide for their families- on earth and yet claiming a house not made with their hands in Gods heaven i The white man is trying to make this earth blossom as a rose and the negro is getting ready to die The white man is organizing business enterprises and the negro is organizing societies to turn out at their funerals Now I obejct to a 100 funeral for a 50ct negro The negro eats up and dresses away all he makes One square meal on Sunday sweeps away aUI the wages of the week He reminds me of the mule which ate the shipping tag from his leg An old negro etclaimed Gee dat mule dun eat up his wharhs gwine Thats what the negro does he eats up his living Be Cheerful Any one can be cheerful if he is having his own Nvay in everything There are times when it is easier to smile than to sigh when courage and happiness tak possession of the heartleavingno roorrixforforeboding But courage is notworth much if it is un able to hold its own in adversity The Christian is no better off than other people unless he can keep up heart in the midst of discouragement and seeming dis aster Rousing Speech at Campton The report comes from Camp ton that Frank Hopkins Demo cratic nominee for Congress made a rousing speech atCampton Monday the first day of Circuit Court in the presence of titleast 1 000 people Miss Marguret McVain of Alex andre has been admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals This is the second woman admitted to practice before the Kentucky Ap pellate Court A large crowd witnessed time I unveiling of the Confederate Monument at Harrodsburg Tues J day Col Bennett H Young of Louisville was the principal speaker The new Baptist church at Wa cowhich is being built to replace the one burned there last Spring is about completed anti will be dedicated some time in next month Policeman James K Emmonss of Owingsvillej killed a negro who resisted arrest and tried to hit Emmons with n rock Einmons was exonerated on examining trial Rev R A Irvin is attending the West Lexingtdh Presbytery which is being held with the church at Versailles The belief that there are as good j sea as over were caught Ifishlntheconsolation isgonear to the mat I il0 J i fW r Y 0 I v riii 1 of J i ift ij- t 111f The National Assciation of Mexican War Veterans will hold their annual meeting at Pais Ky Sept 25 All survivors of the Mexican War their widows and children are invited to be present A fire brick company will short ly begin operation in Rowan coun ty A company for this purpose has been incorporated with 8100 000 capital Eyes tested free and glasses accurately fitted W T Webb An ordinance has the City Council of Lexington appropriating 150000 for a new and improv ed sewerage system The question will be submitted to a vote of the people at the coming November e lection The Balance Wheel Look inside watch moment The balance wheel is making 18000 vibrations an hour if Its In good condition If the movement is slug gash theres something wrong It will move 8558 miles in a year and requires less than onetenth ora drop of oil to make it run But it needs S that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch in order for a year It will pay and satisfy you WEBB the Jeweler ee JGoaaignJ That you keep an account at a well conducted Bank such as ours is in itself an evidence of careful business methods that cannot fail to be regarded highly commendable Clay City National Bank IClayCity Ky 10 FORA SltiatlM Won USIi1CSS PHtJNOGRAPHo TypeWriting Telegraph I MAW WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINCTON KY ltrchea4rotLUfmoaaadrapoadSMCIYiialCUi Awarded X1 aW fWI pIM IRtfen JUlinttlODlIpob and Dou4 In kanlboat Na- Bhrtlbad9TpeWritias Tllepaphf Tbe Kaaekr11alftnltY eioder eiOotine tt dlldred Irrrsow Gn41-I enIor AaM WILBUR R reITHnLxklatenKy IKOFESSIONAI CARDS hO IRA IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST S CLAY CITY KY I i tYJ 1J r TfI IES rCBLISIlED EVERY TIIUKSDAY JE Burgher Jr Publisher c L Sobscription Rites 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered all sec nllcstlmall matter I Thursday September 18 1902 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club tote g 4icebelodThe TIRES and CourierJournal 100 u Cincinnati Enqui 110- c Vv eommbrCldl ce Biome yand fa Fit tL21 j ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK Dtrwdidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of tJEactionofthf We are authorized to announce Mr Morgan It LYLE candidate for Circuit- Clerknf Powell County subject to the action of thq Democratic primary to beheld Dee 1002 On Wt the Curfew The ink was not spread on tour last issue in which the article ap peared indorsing and commend ing the Curfew law to the people of Clay City and all other towns Pleintosingtopics branched but tt say that he lids annoyed him so on the streets at night that henor any of his family could get any sleep until a very late hour He said they had a habit of congre gatingnearhis house and fiddling+ dan jngjwhooping and play ing jack generally Every size and age from about twenty and under he said was represented Such n noya 1afrttlis is sjery pirov k ing aiijj aflould be stopped It seems that all childrens parents are very neglectful of their duty JuntIl ral it should be marsha1saysome one else The he has no jurisdiction under th present ordinances to prevent- su hrudo eonduehA we1iavep o Curfew law to makethem gohome t4eemst1iathetheir childrens whereabouts at night and ntJast see that they nrenokdisturbing some ne elee 4r LavYtt k One c4jhegoodJiwepassed by thQ became effective ayrthe George Times It does away with all the technicalities that herPtrrqf ten saved defaulters from puryph juent Under the law there car be lawyeiimoney can be pent to the pgpltkgti- ary just as a bank thief Anyiguar dinn of the property ofa minor can 4 be sent Uietpenitentiiiry for mis appropriating the money qf the es tate AnY8berlffIoomJDtsBioner- mogleJratl jn8uranCB agent t executor or t hat not any one ofthe nit merous individuals who have escap ed iftihment in the past by plead ing breach of trust o nhe pl lgth l ed by penal servitude of one to five years if Hie property taken ik 1820 value T a i Thfifarmers of the West are goorId t they cannotnfFord to pay t1epres eat high prices for coal 4 va1 c N 7 SROUTSPRING ifit B S Burgher is in Clark bounty on business x DlfcKinncywaBin Clark con ty last week oh business I 1 Hood Curtis Attended Irvine ariatraiiQaptedbusmess I Sirs A otiWfjiit 7ofIOakGrover Mo was tht guest of 11rs1 J F McKinneySunday Mrs John Stuart and sop John ny of Irvine visited tier daughters Mrs 7ol1Thcttastw elg Sunday IB regular preaching day tthelJethqdfslChuch Pastor Is expected to present Mr J U jlichardsop pod Miss Ella Winkler of Fox this county were married in Richmond Thurs day September 4 OjIrsJJjTanoy Crow isquitC sIck She is with her childrenfip Madippn tountjlii Stab to return home at present Miss Annie Burgher is visiting her brothers i r county and receiving7treatment irom a promt neijt physician of Winchester Berry Barnett has begun his new dwelling and intends rushing same to completion as soon impossible Among the best mule wit sales made by anvof ours farmers was madqby John W Barnett at bit Sterling Monday when she sold one for70 Berry Hull who lost his wife of typhoid fever last week and who at that tItn was to be in a hopeless condition alsoj has taken 9 tiirri for the better ors Lizzie Snowden yrho has been down some weeks tyith fever has been moved to her fathers on Hardwicks creek and has since be gun to mulfea how furthefbetter Spout Spring like all other prdmfrient sass firstdries cities has abase ball club find like other towns has inaugurated Sunday games therby helping to demorul mqfh7ih died at his home on Galloways Greek Fri day Septegi er 12 otdYfen ery Burial Saturday atthe1 family bu was8ayearss mane The Color Line Drawn TIm c6lonnie has Ueen drawn at Norjthweatorn TJniTersUyiOlu cage and nocolqred sixlilJ be admitted to the yopiig vvpniajis donnijories his togerjier with tieputrages perpptrated on the negroes at Eldpradq Wshow8 more strongly that this negro e quality business wont stand the test even in tine radical State of Illinois The grand jury has re fused to taflkeianyandictinentsi in- tilelaHer case perhaps because this jury composed the mob or npn1tof it a a After aThlrdTerm Hon B A Orutcher will short ly announce Iris candiducy for re election1 to the ot1l eoi common wea1thsAtton n of the25th Jii dioialdfstiictalidthurougli and- conestentDemocrataluwver of ability and distinction m gentleman mtl1e fullest sense of the term lIis fitness his personal merit are recognized hyall lid know him Ho hns ntnde antiof the most efficient Comninnwealth Attorneys in the State niul isoiot likely to have anygppp9ifiourfort- heinOminntiofl Jessamine Jonr nal + 11 t t Forevery self mldeDl anm tiw world there are ten tliqtar self un I made i i y f 1 3 i + n- R3 r yw r w r I r J t g Y1r f 8 Ire ier sectdo fthe fa an ail other diseasekput t r end until thee fast few f supposed obe1incurable 410 rjtan1 eal8i anprpebribedl itaYnc8ldiseast FUJ and ycolislinelpfai Rtto vibe wit- htocalttnteMt tioutie itii cUJa s proven catarrh andthereforetriatnvfiifj Halls Catarrh CAre miu t Jj iCoy Toledo Qnigi is tliQjppIy con- btltupniileure on the market it is taktrt 5nternaijyin doe fffe 10 drops to a teaspoonf ul iCacts dig rectly on the broojliajid miicui8U face of They ofer one hundred dollaraof any case it fails to cure Scnil7iQr circulars and01 testimonials j Address ErTCheney d CoTl- hdbOhio S t1W 7 q Halssarethq beet I t4 bawl has ben o iiiz d tt 1Ia11univath cepital or81fiOcO- paid up to f- WAoTEo Vefi persons of cligrac ter nnd good Cp each stafe one in this county requfredj to repre sent old estaulished wealthy business oJnlstandingSllafl cfl dnydirect fronlheed offices I1Orso and necessaryReferences stamped envelope Manager 810 Cax d Send 32ofUBtaDpsand net full trial treatment of Wilsons Mor phine Cure CorpWlhun Cal vert Tex V Failure ofa joe js often duet the indigestipriifthe victim r v For 30ciriitaSiiis will maiUtt full trial of Wi19ciir 1Tollacco Cure Never falls t rtetb Corpr1WI Bon Gal ert T 4 r7MACHINE SHOPJ I I i ALL KINDS o- pMacMrieryRepaired 1 W e p hstbck 1 Steatt Fittiniyi Belting frtose ahdEtectrleaf lJP dlies- i t WE ALSO1 feOlLtr G Onl1 nghle In It 5 3V and h hpr e power i hn- boatkpulvn llowwrfor farmers and nothere fT printediudrivenby L rQHMAGAE WIN CZX8TJJl K7 J l 11JLN1i Cpnsumron i Cur ecl f p Ens y- ilipino1 ther I11 IIOJ IHrd I t 1 S1Ir 1 v I + tflii hr A Buldier who sijwi ttwo jeflrsjn the Philippines di8 vtrjytjfltil brought home wifljnic U mafw Consumption +anUVtfniliing t OB- iplaintsS Parifioiiliirdahil lifwif frea from rt S r4 + I t + l CORP WII1St0 f fZf iI Calt iI C j e I fS tlaaNtiar Freeclliurg- i Some Teamsters were speeding a close an old gas Nell pear- FrenchburgrecentlyyDlIrlngthe night they were awaken by a pecu liar Bubbling sound coming from the old abandoned well They went to the well and lighted n match fof the Ugilionjw1lag liecime ignited and several feet scorching the beards slightlybuthinglescape t ifT t1 Y ff fJitMe acefTroublea Race troubles broke nut again at Eldqrado Illi when the house of John Bean a bolored fdtniirt twaq- attackedbyarmbb Af volley of shots was fired into thehollPci though a number of niilitinhieii were on the premises at the time The Negros barn was burned and two horses and 1000 pounds of to bacco were losl A t1WrlrpApesJta the South r 1it 4rTAIMy gallery will be closed about thejt of Oct foratime MyheSllh i Icompels thll action and all p rl n8 r wanti1gJwQrkln the photograph i line must cone at once poht wait Uptil I am forced jo close upJ Come now and Rive me time to do you justice as well as myself I believe tlean dp ou as oodirork anxt Jt body and my prices ute in reaclr of all Come now us I must chi o at aboVe date because mynheAit h w Origircr tz i 8pec Jft J0 JroCN f Ii t A promissory note lOuSllt exJ p seined on un d R JSVt e iidthereforeUte notesued on was signed onV Smldayj witlfdutntiy averment as to the day otdeliver4oestWto tthedeCourt of Apiieaesiiitheclso ijfj Hofer Vs Cownn efcal Ix r1 The thee L stit d J Btc v th5u PINCIAY CITY KY Blacksmitli WoodvorknIan ilHorseshoemg a Sp80a1ty fIft3 ID14 J j Located iiiithe Eaton shop at the old racernisingwr + S +Z 351 M trfI Y 550 The Whitest White Cake ii The Lightes Light Rolls And FlakIest n BISCUIt TIAre 111iai1oWIrcnYouUFio 14 Pearl and Bakerslfllde Flour k Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed r l MANUFACTllREn BY J A CAIN VERSAILLCS hY i Sold bYour Leading Merchants 7 1 S Dir Bshittier a gt S r s y Dealers Inx x L Z Pure Dregs Patent Medicines lOiit Paints and Etc 1 fV iPresrripttoiis tarc fully compountled nhfl ifiwe havpndt gotr vlhl i1you want will get It fur 3ononrshortiiotice- I i l ij a4PIL I ARE n rygu DEAFt t I X IANY 1- iiIHEAD i =i NOISES4It I ALL CASES OFof DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINGiARC NOW 76yffayetlo Only J deid are 1e nuraIOISES CEASE IMuEDaTrV 7E ifl A WURMAN OF VAtTIMOM SAYCt 1Qartndfrb ixiaruUhl OIOfmy be wed an agrmyrlgaYNrbegaatotaldendfltbn ccttlUi worse7 natill4sl 4rnyhoatngtnthi tlfttmcator 1 1for menth llu couulted aBu berofphyaldauncamongothersthemosteminentearapeciallstof opacity aa me even that the headuoleawou c tht buttbdheeriaginthcrdectedearwouldbelostroreverI nnd ordered treat y lheuelaeaeenedntoday I I Jeanl7B4he torcmaia Vcrytrul your lA WHaetAN 730S 8roedway lMiOurtrwfattoteloea not interfere Wm1I0tw1IftlCIiiI 11uilatIeIiYiHtd J r n I a YoUCALc uFYDUIsEtFATMMEtAeil d ti trMa P l eat t I lII1tMArl IJA CLWIIC 1NtIHUS lLl l T F i i I J tfjt or tiio iIi 2 1 kLiai I 1TRIESY AlALL IIOMMADE PAT RR I fhRSDAYo SEPTEMBER 18 1902 1 1 JLOOAL BREVITIES I Licksini Merchant W G Patrick of 1iJnbreH Was in town Wednes v 7Heavy wraps were pleasant ctrks several mornings this tti rok xir Mrs Win Mounts Sr has been very sick several days of this kfrl B Eaton has a firstch sssaw- yrnillforsale See notice else I iiwhere 1 a k ih Mrsr Rose of Stanton visited M andtf 1Mon w Oscar Mackey of Hardwicks Creektwas transacting business in town yesterday 5Thebojf factory is in operation and IB giving employment to Itt nuflibcr of hands t xW R Shiiofessel is visiting w his brothers JBhimfesselat j Merrrfj Clark county Frank Webb is spendinga week iii Cincinnati the guest of his Brother J A Webb- Missescallieand Annie Norton o Stanton were guests of the Misses White Saturday and dun day School did not begin Monday on ky accountof the building not being t oih v lt will begin next Monday For a had taste in the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Jablets For sale by all dealers in Patent Medicine Miss Adaline Peoples has so cureda class in music for the fall and winter ff11dviUJcgfngiv inglessdns soon This fall eeenis to be unusually healthful for Clay City people I much more so than is common at this season of the year r The Boones Creek BaptstAs q sociation will close its annual rmeeting at Mt Olive eight miles from Winchester today Mr and Mrs Albert Hoiman andfamily left Monday for Chili cothe Mo They will make their future home in this State R E Metcalfe who has been so obligingly assisting general agent ditch at the depot has reo iiignedhisposi tionandgwieSouth I ff JJ Daniel hasmoveaaotown- lie is occupying theresidence va i cateol y Mayor Terry aiiS Mr Terry lias moved on the next street a l1ig1itfro8tYisited usbothSun e doing kittle or no damage However i 1w r insome sections it did quite alitw 1 e inJuTi 1711 4 r 1 tt Jl B Ire and Morris Rant r 8 a partnership h Iand will engage jiti the making and marketing ties along i l X rE road a Jj fhs WelchwasatHedges1tat r iJ i taoh two days tlus eek where he neighedup K bunch pf steers f t J averaging 1350 po nds tq Henry I tf a- i Willianff atfcentsr E F tJ y it pMt L d- t7Fr Jy F- ffr 0 rJ Uq Toni 0 YeriionpYHowasin this county ven y lrS who edited thQ Old tmEagletlr viiiefor a brief perioS js visiting o dfrinctsh Cliiy City Mr pnfMrsFletchprBnrtiettw- lioso illness wjis noted ini our last issue have about recovered Tlieyjiave gone on n visit to Mrs Bariietts parents on LittleCreek According to the Weather ryise fariiier we tire to have va very se fere winter He says the thick i Ickon the ertr of corn never fails to bring about a very cold winter Elam Woosley son of Henry Woosley who vac accidentally shot on Hardwicks creek about two weeks ago IS fast recovering under thnble treatment of Dr Littlepage John W Barnett and sister Mrs Mahalia Curtis of Spring field j Colo who is visiting rela tines in this county were visiting friends i n M ontgomery county thib mst of the week Opticians are said to be oiio class of business men that nrenot glad to see cool weather because it hurts their business Fewer eye glasseS slip front perspiring noses and are broken- J H ORear ofJackson seems to be tightly bound to Clay City from the frequent trips he makes to our town He says the Eaton at the Clay City Hotel is very DVI preciable and attractive to him MrsMay Wlieelernee Miss iay Simmons writes to have her pa per changed from EIReno to Weatherford Okla She kindly remembered us iii a substantial way sending money order for U which pays her subscription up to May 111101- Jim Kidd colored eniployed with the work train at Indian Fields got one of his ankles bad ly mashed Tuesdayw He was brought to Clay City where he received the proper treatmentat the hands of the skilled surgeon Dr Williams Josh Westhafer of Loogootee Ind if a poor man but he says he Would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle fur it saved him from being a cripple No external application is equal of this liniment for stiff and swolen joints contractedmus cles stiff neck sprains and rheu matic and muscular pains It has also cured numerous cases of par tial paralysis It is for sale byall dealers in patent medicine Every farm should have its tin ber tract and should be carefully preserved The reckless use of an ax for a few years will inflict damages that it will take nature years to repair Much hooded land had better be left for timber andiuel purposes In many instances steep hilsides have been cleared of timber and broken up only to wash and gully and be come unprofitable In the clear ing of land all rough uneaven tracts should be left in timber a Coatmnnioatlo Mr EditorAllow me jfo speak a few words urn favor of Chamber Bans Cough Remedy I suffered for three xtrawilii the Bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I al1divariousIpatent c nothing to give me any relief until my Wife gota bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely re lieyea ejrW S Brockmaii iBg lJtQ Tlj reaaedyV 1810 s sale bj alI deer8tu patent medicine- l ifd ti J- f F oL aIiL i f- 1rV5 f1 C i iI I A MUi IWfqS i GiJtisin GCe Ki Jo of Topeka Kan the f- lted constita iiooaJJlawyer who bariiO striking a resemblance to Mark Twain SimuelBClem the it freaUeht lytakeffortheerigtna1Mark Go C Clement 1 aman of intellect and wide experience He is con sidered one Of the foremost lawyers irk this Country In a recent letter to Miles Medical Co Mr Clemens says Penowil indobter vatioa baiethoronghlyutlafied me that Dr Mile Nenrla contains true merit and It excellent for what it is recom mended MrNorinan Waitrlp Pres Beaker Society Chicago says PillMilS are invaluable for headache and al- 1palal had bun a until I learned of the efficacyI ofIMlluPaln Pills Now I always- carry rlam and prevent recurring at taeks ttklnz a the symp toms first appear Sold kr sili Drue fU PrloUc trox- Dr Miles trfddleaiCo Elkhart Ind h The Red Rivfer Association of Old Baptists held their associa tion Friday Saturday and Sunday with the eliurch at PineHil Wolfe county one mile from Torrent c BurgherAdam- sJ N Burgher and Miss Carrie Adams were married at Powells Valley Saturday evening by Pastor Turpin Miss Adams is a dltightcrjfFrnk Adams Esq- limlivcsnearv tjie church Kentucky Valley fledical Ars Delation Dr B Littlepnge of Clay City and Dn John A iSnowden were in the city Thursday to arrange the program for theiiext meeting which will be held at Beattyville October 80th and lBti The ses sion was held in the office and they were most royaJj entertained at the beautiful and elegant home of Dr John N Rankin Mrs Lit tlepage accompanied the Doctor Winchester Democrat Water Cure for Chronic Constipation Take two cups lint water half an hour before each elJ and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or coltatout two hours after each heal Take lots of out door exercise walkj ride drive Make a regular habit of this and in many cases chronic constipation maybe cured without the use of any medicine When purgntlvcua required takn something mild and gentle like Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets 1Eor sale by all dealers In PatentVMedlciiie 4 Contented Farmer The following concerning the life of the farmer is true in every particular statement The far mer doesnt have to solicit pat ronage from anone He doesnt have to enter into competition and strife with icily of his neigh bars like u merchant he doesnt have to wrangle for a living like- a lawyer 1m doesnt Iiayo to de pend on his collections reluctantly doled out as Creditors do in fact he can be the host inde pendent manoh Gocij green earth if het manages his business in a businesslike 11rirH9 leas more tune and opportunity for Cultivating his nliiid he has few er allurements fo corrupting his m1ia 11 more h1gheetdevelopmentof any tl1 r s- Y f ff r 3 AV Capt 00 Calhoun linereturn- ed to the Controller of the Treasury the check of 07000 recently sent to Frankfort in payment of soldiers claims Capt Oalhoun holds that the amount is not suf ficient He claims that about 140000 is due Kentucky soldiers and will appeal from the decissioh of the Auditor of the Treasury De partment TIMES subscription list Is growing GnAedT glue fit drink LiOnCofMma Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because treat them right and they can depend upon getting everything they need at living prices We your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We arenow coducting a general store at Spoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store We Are In The Timber Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded Dont Trade 11 a j4 itI until you see usiIl pay you Remember full sto eI at both placef AI Ei BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY Because his revolver was defec tive and discharged a ball into his back a Texas man sues the manfacturer for 00000 The defect might have been overlooked had anothers back been perfora ted Misses Besse Barnett and Nan nie Christopher two charming young ladies of Spout Springwere shopping in Clay City yesterday A Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diar rhoea Some years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bioyc1etripsaJ8 F L Taylor of New Albany Bradford County Pa I was taken suddenly with diar rhoea and was about to give up the trIpwhen editor Ward of the La ceyville Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberllans Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before starting and one on the route 1 made the trip suc cessfully and never felt any ill ef feet Again last summer I was al most completely run down withan attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one does cured mo For sale by all dealers in IlfilItlnedi sine i f1r 1 rl 1+ if t1 vf p Yy n ri i vk s with itale ern and other things are not to coffeefresh strong well flavored Tb M4l d pMklMl- KTM I a we want value 1 M BAILEY Merchant ani Cn- slomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole See our line of samplesforsuits B Littlepnge Son In dealing with man remember that a spoonful of oil willgo farther than a gallon of vinegar The same muy be said of children There is nothing so rood for children as the olld fasbionedcastoroil How ever much they may abhor itit is their best medicine for disorders of the bowled In the more severe ca sts of diarrhoea and dysentery how ever Chamberllana Collo Cholera iimlDwrrlmea Remedy should4bo given after the oil operates and a quick cure is sure to follow For sale by all dealers in Patent Mcd ioine 1tr P y iW 1 it k 4 5 w tIfi1lcif tt0 BankWmehesteijrf t 1 I N H WJTlIERs0l4Pre5 i t CapitafFSlocK1200000 Surplus 200 DO We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 544f iI1 HII 104 TIMES A1 VgAr Thei WE K COURIER it llUblhoJledin hinnyDailkstSemiWeellies IlellO WnttersnnEd itor The issue is devotedv to News Matters tile Saturday issue to The Home Sample sent free on Application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements You can get THE TIMES It 1 And the s TwlcaWek CourierJournal Both bio Yea rfor O- piyOfe I I o DOJJ4 r onlyAlltion offer must be sent through this office Ppwerof VI nk There was a clothing dealer who did not believe inr newspaper ads but he does now The advertising solicitor toldihim that two lines in the most obscure placo itv his paper would bo read by nezrlterybody in that town Prove it said the merchant USay lineTheme you want in two solicitor put in two lines saying tho merchant wanted to buy 100 cats and 200 dogs The ad was sandwiched between some medicine liners on the inside page That night seventeen boys and three girls brought in drags and the next morn ing and until late at night his store was crowded with persons with dogs and cats to sell One time there vas such a jam in his store that he hadfto cloeeJiiHironti dpor and let those ihthe Store go out at the rear odrgrly the nextmbfn ing the rushed to the newspaper office and closed a con tract for a years advertlmn A1 ready he has had such an increase in businessthata7lewroomtvfll be added to his store 0 JjJTomaroesvt- i by the moon I J + snow Creep t Several froih here attended Bit Sterling court Ionday Albert Wood sold toW E Htf= tin a sow and pigs for 18 s Miss Minnie Lowry who hits i been visiting hero for several weeks returned home Sunday Uncle Jack Frost visited us Saturday l and Sunday night doing much damage to tobacco a1doth er crops J W Rice and wife and Miss Elena Scott of near Stanton were the guests of J G Vivion and Wife Saturday and Sunday 00 X 4- O Kimbrell i-I i p- JoCottmanlof larkvcounty was here last week on Business t John W Tuttle and Douglas Grow attended Irvine court last Monday David Wodsley has bought of William Hall his farm of about 100 acres for JOO W L Adams has opened n Blacksmith and general repair shop ntfflus plaice Rufus Blutonreturnedhome last week front Olark county where he had been lit work visitinginsdateglit mouth of Red river the flrt of the week John W Henderson sold to Ben liie McKinney three head pf heif ers that vuldn6brnahouf 7o6 pounds each at f L6fiyel head tieo W McIntosh has been tip pointed Administrator of Frank Mclntosh deceased with Thos Will i1nus W H Vis man amid Frank Crouch as appraisers Henry Brown has been arrested at Richmond charged with mur der He is alleged to have beat en his wife causing premature childbirth from which she died Iron Hound Aunt Sallie Stone visited Mrs J H Thomas last Sunday J W Sparks and wife visited Frank Pucketts family last Sun day The drouth was broken last Fri day eveningwith a refreshing shoWer and followed by a biting frbsf Saturday night ilLitjlo Patton who has been atdeaths door forr several days gladHb know consdernblybetter at this writings1 Everything isin ahustle bus tle hurry scurry rake scrape jWiyitjieugood people in this vi cinityfltQget up something good for the Teachers Association next Saturday the 20th Mrs Frankie Thin near Log Lick Clark Co who has been- visitint her mother near Millers Creek and her sister Margaret Botner at Travelers Rest Ows ley Co has returned home Died September 12th the three months old daughter of Win and Mary Stono at this place The little one leaves a father mother two brothers two sisters and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her departure and all wo can say is weep not soVrowful ones for little Annie now sleeps ill the bosom ofone who said Suf fer little childreil tb come unto me for of such is the kingdom of henv nsand she has only gone before as a beacon light to lead mama brothers andsisters through jut pearly gatcs Jowalk the goldpaved sheets of the New Jerusalem I M DI Shocking Suicide Raymond frqof Opyington committed suicide in that city last mannerhacking and cutting up his body Jn all parts and when asked what he was doing deliber ately said he wascomtiiittingsui- cide Ho cuthis throat a number of times cut open J his abdomen and run his lingers on his inside and cut and slashed his entrcls most savagely i What is a muff Something that holds a ladys hand and doesnt squeese it w i f Jf iIfIf S Le ingtone EatsterriVRy E g E 2 qfJJr2oEAST= No4 SunStationsiIvL4alntont 21 746 t 1 WhiblieV 825 I J fit2 8 37 01 r 1P jtlt = ht400 0 2- 3t NRttttaI kigo4Fti Pp Tu Itt l 41JlOll R WrkTnnii rll + 1020 11 M 1130 IIWIIM NoanhnSun PM A M Kv jackson422 X 61215 If BeattyvllloJtinqI6 7 6Ifn Torrent A 7J44 NnturnlBrld 401 801t Stanton 4i0g28C- lai r l X3j8iS7JlEJlinotk 608 010 U fII1IWnc1 o B80 963 Ar Lexin ton 1 005 101o- J R B RK Soorr tAgtII7tr xRESTAJTANTMEt1LS Fresh Oysters al dish A full line ofKorcign and Domestic Fruits=Ories1 Lemons Ba nanan Arple h id Etc S J ANDERSON J KYAaa- y i4 i- BBf WBST With Simmons arCoStC- ouIsMo will makereiuar trips throuh this section Frcjght equalized with Louisville und tnclnn t1i houses +Y Clay icy Motel J II EATON Iroi 4 ttTable suppliQil with the bent the markerf affoids everything neat and clean Rates SlQQ per day 2 BlueffrassNiirseries SPRiNh Fruit and Olnjimentat Trees Vines r small 1trOrchard1Jnwnand agents but fell direct to the planter Strawberry and General Cata logues on application to H F tEN1EXERLE- XINQTQN KY BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADEMARKS DEtlONS I ltYIUCHTS Ac ma7prickly etatu4aPatents takes Uiroab Jun1 Aeo recshe retie wltbout aarrre iii t- hejtltifkJfrkatlA lllnetrated clr emotion of eclentuta Journal Term H a teart foarmonttuilL ol4bTi aewadealera IUMl LCoyphewYork c cV 1Vo tuoapMr obuta U13 and Foreign 1 Send modei rkstuh orp o1o of tot atton for tree report on enlBil How to MARKSS andf cNEDFOR- pBtEDwJMi 1C4MSTIP1111oMr Contipatloo ianothing more th a clogging of the bowels and IR lees than vital stag relievedIfallowingpoisonous soongetreldefConstipation es ness colds and many other ailments when constipated bowels are relieved Thed ford s BlackDraught thoroughly cleans out an and natural manner without the- purging of calomel or other vio catharticsBe the origi nal Thedfords BlackDraught made by The Chattanooga redl dab Co Sold druggists in 25 cent and 100 packages 1901IBrusfattoohlKhljrIketpltlnniTbou all the time and have used Itfor Ole lad tea jean 1 layer gn m children any other laxatlre I thlrK1 midnever be able to work without It 4 ea areooBt of betas teoiblrd with eonntlpaUon loaf medicine II all that keep pCoil ELL D Large Saw Mill A saw mill with cutting capac ity of 100000 feet per dfiy will soon be built at Hickman in the extreme Western portion of the State A box factory is to bepiit in too and these two concerns will bo one of the largest of the kind in the State Employment to 150 hands will be given 1 Saw nlllForSale 1 One 25th pAtlnsengine and boi ler and medium size Russell saw mill1wo single knight dogs or two duplex will go with carriage All machinery in good repair Anyone wishing to buy an outfit like this Bhoujd calLon or address J R Eaton Clay City Ky I w i Modern Printing Which we do at Modern Prices Has an individuality About it that commands Attention 2 ajLetsTalkitOver i On that next order of Printing you need We can make it iTrylflmtSFJ8f i aw aeaaaaaaawaaaaaaaa t Town RrtpWty For Sale l Two gild lots in tHe town of Cooncviile I yOno bouse Ji Main slreot and the other ontilb- Nry street Desirable property at y f the head of the eonlonqtimberbus iness ThisJirpperty I will sell at Ro low priet Fyi fiirther inifprniatipn see W H BullockjlJooneville Kyr or N McIntosh Spout Spring Ky Be on Time Fast time orslow time isamknowh in a reliable watch We can make your watch reliable or furnish you one that is AcbUfacy ftnpurJ tuality are stepping tones to sue cess in business or social life Jfci person can vffQrd to endanger ran important appointment by not own lug a reliable time pielieWtcht s that go through my hands are timekeepersthey are always just as represented My warrant is given nth every watch I sell or repair rWEBH The Jeweler Clay City AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T DEWITT TALMAGE by his Son Her Frank DewlttTnlmngu and nssocinte editors of fustian Ilerld Only book endorsed by Tnhnnge foinily r Enormous profit for agents who net quickly Outfit ten cents Write im mediately OLIJIC k CO 223 S 4th St Phila Pa Jleiition this PaperaTHE VOLCANOS DEADLY WORK from the Fall of Pompeii to the Destruc Lion bf StlllrrebY Prof Charles MorrisLLI3lttst JntenselyMnterest ing book ever published Complete thHllIng and accurate account of grout est disaster that ever befel the human race gintereven titan Pompeii Tell how Martinique one of the most beauti fad islands III the world was suddenly trnnsfgnned Into a rentable hell A hOlt 500 pages profusely Illustrated with photographs taken before Jind hf ter disaster Practically onlyJlartln A Iqlie Doc k In the field for oVeryoiiH now Insists on having Prof MbrriV book and no other Best author larg lilt book best illustrated scientifically accurate Price 160 AGENTS WANTED EnormotiH profit for hose who act quickly Most liberal terms YASendforwork The chance of a ilfetinie for making monay Clark 4 Co 333 S 4th St Philadelphia Pa The LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT Is the Only wily Democratic Paper Published in The SLUE GR SS REGION 1 4 It is eapeciallydevotedto in i terests of the Democraticparty and gives all the news without fear or favor s Subscription price i00a year or 15 cents a week by carrier w PWaltQJ1 Editor and hanger LEXINGTON KYi Joe Mourjtz Agt Cloy City rS JE WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY RY A Fashionable A Rice Cleun Shitvo Hutr tails Shtunpooihg and all kiiitls of Hair Tonics You will al guys find keeii razors and Glenn towel 7- c7 i 43 ti 5 At C I ft 75 lJ Laundry Agency in Connection l X 1 Donft fail to give him acall+ SLi7P ti ty t a 17 T