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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 25, 1902. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1902 cla1902092501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 25, 1902. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V UI Tr + r rtva + r 1 C r fr- v I t JIfBI 1 yi t JIAT 11Y r TIMEIi l 1 J50 Cents Year in Advance Wear here iihelp ci iCiftL oaniing Country ani Oursehes J E Burgher Jr lubl sherIygg 7 CLAY CITY KY TJgAY SEPTEMBER 25 1902 NO 9 4 GRAND y C1csngOut SaleI BirainsBargaing VV yntebcl t6 Close OutYt t puci to do so wf1re p Jj f ptiroSigckoftegea111erchundiso +oal t COSTV for the next 00clays Wo havea large and varied st ck tielelcat from ni Qwfe time to get BAItGAINS This cost Bale fi4 ol 1 X 0 V Cashorvcoufvtry Produce Only t cwillwish to have everything settled up immediately A- f I Sfiimfesel Waldron ifibhN fi MFG NCO Winchester Ky We Manufacture iWe are Headquarters for r Idoors Building Paper i FeltUoofngVaipdae rz1 t jIe tl gl san tELo aI a Etc fYitv Store Fronts r Send us Your Estimates From Shipments Fortune Favors A Texan Having distressing pains in head back und Stomach and being with out appetite I began to use Dr Kings New Life Pills writes W P Whitehead of Kenncdnle Tex land soon felt like a new man Infallible in stomach and livertrou ble Only 25c at Clay City Lbr fe Stave Co Withdrawn from Conference Rev Ed Allen stopped off at home with his father 11rJ W Allen of Indian Fields a few dayse this week Rev Allen has withdrawn j himself from the Kentuc ky Conference and will do evan gelistic work He enters his first work with Bro Ragah at Irvine Kyjthonco through themountahis of Eastern Kentucky to Jackson in Breathitt county A Boyt Wild Bide For Life With family aroundexpecting him to die and a eon riding forlife 18 miles to getDr Kings New Dis pove110r consumption Coughs nndC lds W Brovn of Lees yule IndendmVd deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave Instant relief and soon cured him He writes I nowsleepBoundlycvery night Like marvelous cures Of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for ajl Throat and Lung troubles Gauranteed bot M tles 60cand 100 Trial bottles free at Clay City Lum k Stave oi store Good OH Strike A special from West Liberty I says UThe Pebble Sand Oil and t b r V lay City KyI Aufi 11902 Gas Company strucka nice flow of oil on the Caskey farm seven miles from here The Licking River Valley Oil and Gas Com pany also struck a good flow of oil on the Burns farm at this place Oil excitement is at fever heat The Pebble Company will have another machine inu few days and will commence drilling compaI down about 2000 Not doomed For Life CI I was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer McConnellsville 0cfor Piles and Fistula but when all failed Buck leas Arnica Salve cured me in two weeks Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Eruptions Salt Rheum Piles or no pny25o at Clay City Lbr jai Stave Co To be contented you must be good friends with yourself A r nonB Noble Act Iwant all the world to knowlI writes Rev 0 J Budlong of Ash RwayRIwhatR thoroughly goodand reliable medicine I found in Electric Bittes They cured me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great suffering for many years For a genuine alla round cure they excel anything I ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver Kidney and Stom ach troubles Dont f Uto try them Only SOcts Satisfaction is gauarnteed by Clay City Lbr Stave Co c fitTA jJ r 1 yY f We arc she I sumo splen did values ihXi Skirts and- ilbpularao Pric S Call and see fhenfc tr P Mrs W fiatns Ol City Ky of r Funeral PreKhrtAVhllc Alive At haducarr Caroline Ba con aged 70 elieved she yaBfaTtinearihgfthq grave had pastor i oJiFCY her funeral that silo ge benefit of it She occuj ied front seat in the congrega ion ring the ser mbli M111BIiTlgd The llnhi office shed and about 500OOOIftbt of lumber kQl ngi1ig to the liancc Mfg Co Wincl1esferlu wd early Sat urdu ind JfitiEOSI 30000- tnsurailce t1tOO0 eo Tonslin- seit and ETo members of this fiiiiIlreiorm residents of thispla ilir8 they receive uyuch sympathy m their loss An iota r ftl7ntileLJtihilt V Konnon of Vaughnte Mill ywin town Sat l1 and while ie dropped in tbQUr6fficeandjeSh ited a copy of tl eHArgj i1 America published aV anlffort Ky Un der date OttfvlS 1828 The paper was then Is sixteenth year Tlfo only fiti we saw ad vertised vin this that we ever ljaatiy busiiiest ith was tie ij1Rlln Typ lrvMiTl1ie- cdntpnily was succeeded about six years ago by the Ameri canType Founders Qo The paper is quite a relic and is prized very highly by Mr Kennon We enjoyed its perusal finely as we did the call from Uncle John Home Cure for Rheumatism A lady friend of tlieiSharpsbur REPORT OP THE CONDITION op THE Clay City National jank At Clay City in the state of Kentucky at the close of business Sep IB 1903 + RESOURCES Loans and discounts 69710 14 Overdrafts secured and un secured i 585479- U8Bonds to secure circuln 12500 CO Stocks securities etc 18872 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 860000 Other rearestate owned 513371 Due reserveagents2157001 LAWFUL MONBY RESERVE IN BANKBVIZ Specie131057Legal 4620 57 Redemption fund with U S Treafir6 of cirlri 025 00 Total f142158302 LIABILITIES Capital iltok paid in 6000000 Surplus fund V + 350000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes pad 1503 40 Nat l bank potes outstnningt 12500 00 One to other NationaLBnnks 2771 50 Individual deposits subject to checkh W 7222866 Totalt ixt 142603 02 STATE OF KENTUCKY r COUNTY OP Vow IE W Rhubesky acting Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the nbovG statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Ei Wi Rhubesky acting Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of Sept 1002 J McGulre Notary Public My commission expires Mar 21 1004 COBHJCCT Attest CHAB SOOTT JNoM ATKINSON Directors M 11 COURTT J r IJ fiJIbti- Y j World furnishes that paper with the following remedy for that painful disease rheumatism CIA simple remedy that works quick ly for muscular rheumatism is oil of checkerberry or wintergreen When twinges or shooting pains are felt in the arms or legs or down the back place ten drops of oil bf wintergreen on a lump of sugar and eat it Use this remedy four times daily until the pain is relieved This is so simple a cure that many refuse to try it but I know from personal experience that it is a great relief Pure Water In Lexington Every precaution is being tak en in Lexington to stamp out the typhoid fever epidemic The water used at the Court House when it is taken from the reservoir goes through the aeration throughIthat water is at the Court House it is first boiled and then sent through a filter Still wen it goes in the coolers it is again filtered It looks like there should be noth ing but pure water drank at time Lexington Court House Another Killing In Breathitt The report comes from Jackson of fiio killing of Sum Jones by Cecil Noble on Troublesome Creek Breathitt county near the Perry line the 10th They fought with- pocket kmves Noble is Jones 11 plievliynlnrnage irrtiio fight Noble was shot and slightly wounded by Sam Jones Jr son of the man killed The tragedy was the result of a sudden quarrel over cards and whisky It has no connection with any feud Cut off The Horns As the time for dehorning cattle will soon be here there should be no excuse for an animal carrying n pair of horns upon the farm Many a cow has gone into winter quar ters in poor condition because she has been pestered by the horn fly which deposits its egg about the base of the horn later followed by the maggots which destroy the horn growth If the horns were not there this would not occur Who will maintain that the grow ing of horns is not cruel Save Your Feed In traveling over the country we observe that the feeding of corn from the field has begun this early in the fall season Many of these same persons will be out of4oth corn and fodder long be fore the winter is over Of course where one has plenty of feed this can be indulged in Stock can live now on grass and feeding should not be commenced until the last pinch where fc isscarce for onehalf feed all the time beats full feed only half of the time i Horse Stung to Death On August Court day John Jackson a farmer hitched his horse in alot in this city which is controlled by R G Engle and during the day the horse got too near a stand of bees and was so badly stung by them that it died Jackson brought suit against En gle in the quarterly Court for 75 and a jury awarded himSO Richmond Pantograph i Y Montgomery Primary The Montgomery County Com mittee has ordered a primary e lection to be held in that county on November 4 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Cir cuit Clerk Each of the candi dates must put up 250 The Clay City National Bank has a report in this issue which furnishes very satisfactory read ing for all interested persons For Circuit Judge Judge J M Benton of Winchester is a candidate for Circuit Judge in this district See his curd to the Democrats in this is sue of time TIMES Judge Benton is filling out the nnexpired term of the late Judge T J Scott under appointment from the Governor and in this short time has proven himself worthy and competent to fill the office No better man can be named The Balance i shheelsLook inxide your watch a moment Time balance wheel Is making 18000 vibrations nil hour if Its In good J condition If the movement is slug glsh theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles inn year and requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it need 3 that little bndly The least degree 2 of friction on the bearings the motion Dont take chances Let J me clean and oil nnd put your watch In order for a year It will pay and J satisfy you WFRR the Jeweler r AiL 0 TY 1 tsr1 NTr- a LL tTw C 1 Not until you consult us at least Loaning money on Farms or approved heal Estate is one of the methods by which a financial insti tution like ours makes a profiit Yes our own depositors do get a preferenceClay National Bank Clay City Ky Macala FORA SltuatloaA lUJ1Il I1VYYt j lY 4YVr rWUfIjIAIl Ty sWri g J15 t1 td4nII WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY responitbloCOMMERCIAL Awarded Hedal at World EzportUoa Refers to tbtlDaDdl ff imdaatta to position IDcIDc11DIlUJloa Shorthnd TypoWriUng lidTlegraphi BpecI1Ii rIll Kentucky Unlnriltr Diploma onderntl aardedllradDatell Literary If dnind roar tmtrleaert racA QradoatedaoeeMful w ttldrttt only WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS MM NNnM4qMNhWh11MM1MhPAih1hy1 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY + KY Dr C Be DICKSON DENTIST1 CLAY CITY IhY X r Yr r e j TIDE TIMES YUBLIan6DEVERY THURSDAY I J E iiurgher JrPublisher Subscription Etes5 Cents per year in al I vance ise 75 Cents hs secondclass mall matter IEnt September 25 1002 CLUB RATES For time convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned Time TiKES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 cc Louisville Commercial 75 cc Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS COMMOJfWEALTn8 ATTORNET- AVo Ire authorized to announce It A CRUTcnrn of Jessamine county as a candidate for Commonwealths Attor ney for the 25th Judicial district sub ject to the action of the Democratic party v CtnOPIT CLERK Wd nreaUthorized to announce Mr W T STRINGER of Clay City ns 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 R LYLE candidate forCircuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held Dec 6 1902 Philippine Trade We have already expended about 700000000 on the Philippine Islands in order to secure the magnifi cent trade of that archipelago Ac cording to tho annual report of the Secretary of War the exports to thseistands from the United States for thfiscalyearofiiQOhwere 82 85uGi3 iosoof Brit jan were 6050145 or nearly three times as much as from our own country If we could make a profit of 10 per ctnt on every dollars worth of goods we sell in our new possessions it would take us more than a thou sand yearsto get back what we have already expended says the Democratic Campaign Book If we could increase our present trade a thous and per cent and make a profit of 10 per cent on sale it would about defray thecost of maintain ing there two regiments of Ameri can soldiers Some of our military oflleers say that it will be necessary to maintain there an army of from thirty to fifty thousand men An army of 30000 men kept there for a single year would consume the present profits on our present exports for 150 years A Wild sion A Washington Dispatch saps John W Langly appointed Clerk of the Census has returned from New York where he saw Chairman Uabcok of the Republican Congressional Committee ift regard to the Kentucky situation Time Re publicans will make strenuous ef forts to carry the Third Fifth Ninth and Tenth districts and will o be aided bythe Congressional Corn mitten Don t deceive yourselves so Brethren we Democrats have arranged things differently in the Tenth district at least and are go ingto do what the Republicans hAVe= itever done in this district elect our man Frank Hopkinsto Congress Will you allow him to fill his complete term or will you contest and take his office away from him as you did Joe Kendalls without a shadow t f excuse for so r doing except that the other fellow wanted the office and took the op pot n4Y and stole it i d- 4a note Your Own EyeBrother A ReibUcnn paper which seems to take nHtnter at most every thing a Democrat may do or say says that the editorials for most country Democratic weeklies 1re made by headquarter men at Washington This reminds us of a time not long since when we wore reading a copy of the Paris 111 Globe and found a number of arti ales in that paper were just the same vcr batum as those in the paper in question but were puzzled when we found the two papers were the same date We wonder who wrote these editorials The Mayor ofn Missouri town wants to fine every citizen of the town who allows weeds to grow six or more inches high on their prem ises 25 Such an ordinance as this rigidly enforced in Clay City would bankrupt most of our people and put numbers of them in the poor house Please dont pass this ordinance Messrs Mayor and Coun cilmen unless you can limit the height of the weeds to at least three feet Abram Renick of Clark county is a candidate for the Democratic nomination of LieutenantGovernor He is now serving his second term as Clarks Representative in the State Legislature and is one of the most popular members of that body Mr Renick is a farmer so now our brother farmer have an opportunity to show their appreciation for one of their class o 0 1SPOUTSPRINQ Born Thursday Sept 18 to Mr and Mrs Jesse Patrick a sonJ W McKinney boughtatMt Sterling court a pair of good mules for 175- Born4Tlliraday w Sept 41lltQ2- fii Mfr and Mrs Oscar Milton a daughter Miss SarildaWisemanofSamsv visited Miss Dollie Christopher Sunday John A Wallace of Irvine afr tended services at tho Methodist church Sunday v- j r 0 C Todd of Ruckerville was the guest of his sister Mrs P O Pryor MondayJiighfc The usual number of represen tatives from this place were at Winchester court Monday Corn cutting and molasses mak ing is progressing very rapidly and everybody is very busy Miss Sallio Gravett of Log Lick visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs WJ Burnett Sun day Ambrose OhrIstopher of Ford was the guest of the young Mes srs Christopher time latter part of time week Frank Barrett has entered school at Clay City butof course he will come back on Sundays to see his girl W GPatrick the Kimbrell merchant lias bought the lumber and AYJ1J shortly begin building a new store house Mr and Mrs A H Lowry ofj Ruckerville visited the latters father W J Christopher Satur day and Sunday 11V and Benny McKinney have bought of various parties twentyfour head of heifers weighing from 700 to 1000 pounds at from 2J to 8 cents Mr White of Doylesville was hero the latter part of the week His daughter Miss Tuscunibla who is teaching our schoolire turned home With herf th r for a brief i itrA 1 tt i C L to t Lt rru ti1tr r t Y 1 Jff ayf1 J 4 Art f Eldor N McIl1toshoosed R protracted lileeting with fats church ox last week There were 21 accl3ions to the church and mubligc d accon tcd in the com T He preuc1iedtol- mis congregation at Dundee Saturday f Prof Bpeiismore aiul wife ofBerieaJ Se here several days of thisweekn the interest of the Berpiifdollege He lectured threeiniigii jyhilo in the burg and eahIliiijstereopticonrviews of natlopRl and prom intuit and distinguished men II There isAtBorg Catarrh in this section of the country than all other disascsp getheriand until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease andp e local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treauftfent pronounced it in curable Sol nFe has proven catarrh to boa constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment lulls Catarrh Cures manufactured by F J Cheney tr CoTol 4 Ohio is the only con 8tituonnicureon the market It is taklnintc f in doses from 10 drops tot1fpoOQf l Itacts di rectly onvthobloodaid mucus sur face of thpljitem They offer one hundred dollars for anycaso it jails to cure Send for circulars And testimonials Addr FJ CheneyCoTo- I edoOhi by Druggist tjfe Halls Family Pills are the best Eyesteisfedfree and glasses occur ately frtted W T Webb For Qclihffetamps will mail n full trial of iVi1 onml Tobacco Cure never famis WritestodtorpWi1 eoIlCalpes7 e r fg MACHINE SHOP tILL kINDS OF Machinery Repaired We KeepiOStocK Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Ellectrlcal Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 358fand 12 horse power rhe best known power for farmers and others printsfL T feGfiS HAGANW- IHCH6TEB Hts H r Consumption Cured EasIlyiBy the FiI ipiq6f Method A 8oIdieriiWjlQjflnentiwo years in the EljiUppinesiidiscoyered and ti brought home xa certain cure for Consumption iilnUlling com plaints Particulars and proof free from CORP WI LSONr i t ttgaiverytTlexw 1 Fo J p 0 r tl r rc i John C Woad of Mt et rU1t- gttll present inouwbint lias inpou rt oed his cJin time Jtepubji can nominnttonforreeleetfonAto the pffice of Railroad COmmisstgn- er from this the Third district Send32c in stamps and got full trial treatmontof Wilsons Mor phinq Clie Corp Wilson Gal vert Tex WANTED Several persona of character and good reputation In each state one jn title county required to repre Ven1thybusmes8house ldltlonolnlrJ day direct from hend offices Horse and fnrnlshedwhenJleCesBnryReferen stamped O nYJIopeManng 310Oai ton ChJ go CAUSE JtVi A Dolt NatioiialBankiiaspeon- establishedrnt J Montcello tlio tj d capital of Wayie count c JTho 1 I now institution is capitalized nt J 2501000tiI ti- J i fTAKE NOTICEt J ily gallery will be closedabout thei5olOctforatimeMyhenithr cpmpelslhli action and all persons = wanting work jh time iphotqgr psiM1 F line tomoat once Dont wait ihiil I am forted to close up d Conic new slidg1v0 metimeoao you as wei as tijyself Ibe I goodworkanybody U of all Come nO wiB Iustbloseh Mat above date bec 1Jsemy will not alfqw md to ierJlesp JJY for that- aMillinaire Feeling wear garments madetoorderby S traussBrosAsericas LeadlHg Taller goito happi ness You gain the point in Strauss Bros made garments They are raallo scientificallY k1llc4jalloraJromSrstto last given tho minutest attention the result being garments distinctly above tho ordinary and absolutely satisfactory You gill wonder seejGulineLITTLEPAGE SON Clay Oity EFFECTS C I JxB MAIIPPIN = i CLAY CITY 1 Elr iteksmitti Qr Woodwoyl man Horseshoeing a Speoialty i Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing l jl Ai i1 w The Wh itejst White Cake l Y The Lightes Light Ro Islf T And Flakiest BiscuitAi-o y Made Wh en You Slao Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour fft Take no Other Every Sock Guaranteed i 1hlmNUFACTUREDBY J ACMN YGf SAIL1ESKY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 071v I l I4 Jp WI3BaS i Tonsorial ArtistJ ct 4m t rCLAY CITY KY ti A Nice Clean Sbave Fashionable ti i Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds jfHaJr Tonics Yomtwlllal ways ilhd keeti razors mnd dlean Itowels t r i4 l t itf I H A 7 t t- t c el I Laundry ggenoyin Connection t1b i I PL b 7ti Don tJn1 to ye h mAOI1l jtioo I itIA 1 tf + ij fo 4i n iiiiAO Si 1 0 1 I j iriJt j T o f 1 1 i it r + Ii t rrdl 5 i Ar THE TIMES r j AN ALL lIOMtiMADB PAPER ot y TURSDAY SOPTEMblEff E1902 k 9Q J BREVITIES R J rE A Card Jt7ie Dentocrataofthe 25th Jttili ciafDistrict- For f a few months 1 lave held tlteroficoofTudgofrho Circuit w Court for this district under an appointment from the Governor to fill the vacancy caused by the deatli of the lamented JudgeScott5 v Mv honest desire has been to so discharge the duties of the oficd onto cause my word to commend 1 Itself to all the people of the dis + trictand if my service as judge ttf liasbeon acceptable to the people J I will appreciate most highly art 2 1endorsement by them I respect fully ask it and I hereby r announce my candidacy sub feet to the action of the Democratic party in order that I may bQtbo candidate of J the party to winch 1 have always acknowledged allesiencefor the w next4fegularrfertn1 most ear J nestly solicit the support of all Democrats and I promise in the event of my nomination and elec tion to make anMionest effort to improve with age Respectfully s y J M Benton This September 23 1902 E MKillgof Sams was in ii Clay City Thursday i itHniyjDerickson of Stanton j j was in towh Saturday 3 r f tfhlltJ3 Moore fadeya business t SaturdayDElderZ WPigg of Owen 1 4 county was in town Saturday Goo W Lyle Bra a visitor f from Hard wicks creek Saturday Mrs Hall of Stanton visited her daughter Mrs Shimfessel r Saturday f 7 Joel pjggof Indian Fields ri Was transacting business in the burg Saturday J Walter Lowe liileoperating t onevof the sawaA tile box fac Y tory Thursday cvei1i lgada J jthumb cut pflV i fK+ A nice gentle and agreeable J 4 rain visited this section yester darF morning fT Stringer luis confracted- s 1 to mu fhe Christlaii church and ri will finish same soon v r Prof andiMrsJeusmorer repre rsentingB reaCllegewnsin Clay Z01ty a while Monday l Mrs RiL Shimfesseliof ETard ti fs wicks creek visited hersister- Mrp F D 0JBloom Saturday IIf m i Mrand Mrsi John Ya Barris i 6fitabrellyt ere in Clay City V Frids ytr business I t Acctirfiing tone alniaiiuf fall began Monday Ife eeems with l l the advent offall warmer weath n tt er appeared t T M wtMisses Ouifc Ltlepage and i 1lizZioMi2el1v returned from l ail extended v it tbrelativesat p JawrenCOQrg l 5J j For a bad can the mouth take L 0hambftrlaihB Stomaon sirid Fiver Tablets For sale by all dealers in- r it patohtMedicine f AJ geiidorson Couleelias reBigried 1Otis positionas salesman iii doses e ireandreturned home atsJa1i 1 tt1t s t toniyhare lie has Jtt r d 1 1 schoolY s II Noah Rose has moved from the Cassidy house back to leis home in Mechailicsvillej and Sam Oarr has moved where Mr 1tsclInB vacated After a three weeks visit to Kentucky relatives W lL Shim fessel and sister Mrs P A Wright have returned to their home at Independence Mo R L Metcalfo who left Clay City last week jpteuding to go Soutli changed his mind after leaving and accepted a position as operator on the work train Mr and Mrs Fletcher Barnett who have each beep laid up with an attack of fever have recover ed and returned homeand Mr Barnett is to be found at his store JQWlaw who is down with a case of fever The Doctor has returned and reports the sick to be bettor J T West of Bowling agent for the Masonic Life Association Of Buffalo N Y was in Clay City Monday and Tuesday calling on members of this fraternity in the interest of his company See advertisment of Strauss Brcs loading tailors This firm is represented in Clay Gityby Littlepage cC Son aid if you need a stylish and wellmade suit you should give them a look Several young people from this place visited the State Rock Sun day and returned late in the af ternoon somewhat tired and wor ried but reportihe finding of plenty of pawpaws and grapes sodafeutaster desires to extend his thanks to his patrons for their patronage and says he will boon hand next year with the same business The bound Friday evening jumped the track near Jackson and jolted up the passengers sharply Aside from this no serious injury was done It did nut arrive at Clay City till nine oclock in the night School opened 1I 1diithProf WV R Eubank usprinclpal and Misses Mayme proves and Hoyt Adams assistants respect ively The attendance is up to the average and a successful term is anticipated by the patrons Tu rte 8fpiThauksgivingand Christmas dinners will be a very scarce and dear article this fullV The crop is said to be shorter than it4WBbeen Jtor j glY Jhnd some people think they will be worth at least 12 or 14 cents on foot when the market opens this frill c B Self haS prepared a re volving hog trough that as super ior to any wehaveryet seen Jt- is soiConstructed troughrc taiIlellocated any wnere rce at any trine sand Turing tiny weather HehaBj m6idS application for a patent J rACommnuIeationc v MrEditotAllovinotQspeak a few words in favor ot Chamber dlanaCQu tiRofiedy 1 suffered ontbree yearswith the bronchitis and could not sleep fat I tried several doctors audvarious patent medicines but could get nothingto give mo any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine whigh Jias completely lieyed jue iWi Sl JJrockman Buggy Ji UNo This xeinedy is ior sale byall dealersih patent inetiiome 1 4- JY 4 t j ryA s 3 A6 tIHearted Mano- rmother V imen withr r t verynumero number of suddcnvdeaths from heart disease daily chroTt icled by the pressisptoof l of the alarm ing preva lence of thi- saangerous complaint and ai no one can foretell just when a fatal coUapseJA Kreamer neglecting very risky matter If you are short of breath have pain in left side smothering spells pal pitation unabletto lie on side especially the left you should begin taking v Mileglleart Cure J A Kreamerof ArkgnsasCity Kans My heart was so It was im possible me belle down and I could neither sleep nor rest 0 My decline was rapid and J realized I must get hel soon I was advUcd to try Dr Miles candidlybcl1cvc Dr Miles K medles are sold bJall druggists on guarantee Dr Miles MedlcaI1Eikhart Ind The Boone6 Creek Association which held its till with the church at Mt Olive will meet with the chUrchfafTEphusis Clark county nexty ear We invite the attention of the Ladies to bur Magnificent Line of Hats and Up to= Date Millinery nGooQ seqtthembe fore buying yourvne +aati i Mrs Williams Clay City Ky A wave of indignMion passed through Bellaire Oivertheac tion of JD Denfetib ugh principal of a school whocaused eight white and three to exchange kisses in settlement of childish di1TerencesTho Board of Education gave flee principal a few hours to resigjrt Josh Westhafer Sf Loogootee Ind is a poor maty jut he says he would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle for it saved him from being a cripple No external application is equal of this liniment for stiff and swolen joints contracted mus tiles stiff neck sprains and rheu matianifmuscular pains Jt Las also cured riumerous icases of par tial paralysis It IB for sale byI1n dealers in patent medicine r The State Fair opened at Lou isville Monday under the most favorable circumstances The attendance was 10000 y WaterCnre for Chronic Constipation fwaterhaJranhourbeforo fore going to bed alto a drink of water hot or coldjjibout two hours after each meal Take lots of out door exercise walk ride drive Make ar6gular habft of this and in many cases chroHwSiJJonBbpation may be cured Rithffi l the wee of any medicine Khsn purgative is requird Asomefhin mild and gentle like ChanibedHtomach and Liver Tablets orsaleby all dealers in Patent Medicine Straye Prom my placoSni Hardwicks Creekid d eired steer rvei lun1450pounds Will rowardauyonewho wJH re turntgime to me- biorrip rifj Clay City SeteDlfu5 WlQ x- t a r 2 II A Generation Ago boughtinway is the rLion Coffee way sealed packages al ways correct in weight j clean fresh uniform and retaining its rich flavor P Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them right and they can depend upon getting everything they need lit 1wding prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you r 1 J Ir We are now coducting a general store nt Spoutspringvl the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store 1 We Are In The Timber fBusiness heavy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the w WASH when your wragonis unloaded c j t 11 I wJ A4 PI IIJr Dont Trade t until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores 4 ata both places A E BARNETT It SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY In Morgan county eight miles from West Liberty Saturday nightrobbers broke into the store of Guy Williams and secured all the cash and some other valuables after which they set fire to the house burning it the stock of goods and Williams dwelling near by Total loss 2000 No insurance No clew Av Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diar rhoea Some years ago I was one ofn party that intended making a long bicycle tripsays F L Taylor of New Albany Bradford County Pa I was taken suddenly with diar rhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the La ceyville 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 andone on the route 1 made the trip successfully and never felt any ill ef fect Again last summer was al most completely run down withan attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time ono does curQdme For sale by airdealera in Patent medi cine r The TIMES for the news M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KYM Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Weal always on hand Grinds for oneeixth tole J See our lino of samples forsui18 B Littlepage dSon In dealing with man remember 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 the oldfashioned castor oil How ever much they may abhor it it is their best medicine for disorders of the bowles In the more severe ca pes of diarrhoea and dysentery how over Chamberlians Colic Cholera jmdDiarrhoea Remedy should be given after the oil operates uncis quickcure is surd to follow For sale by all dealers in Patent Med icine I THE Winehestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WitIIEKOPOON Pres G pitalStock200OOO Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of Individ uals firms and corporations 642 I Courierjournal 12TIMES A WEEP 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIER publishedinninnyDailiesHenryWaUersonditor The Wednesday issue is devoted to News the Saturday issue to The Home Sample sent free on application Address- COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou con get THE TIMES And th- eTwiceaWeet CourierJournal Both one Year for Only One DollarThis is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through this L lofflce 1 An enthusiastic man loses his popularity as soon as people get on to him Town Property For Sale Two houses and lots in the town of Booneville Ky One house on Main street and the other on Mul berry street Desirable property at the head of the coal and timber bus iness This property I will sell at a low price Foi further information see W D BullockBooneville Ky or N Mclntosh Spout Spring Ky A Kansas widower who gotmnr ried again in two weeks after his wife died went out and tried to hush up the chivalry crowd by telling them that they ought to be ashamed to make such a noise around a house where a funeral had occured so lately This is pretty near equal to the story of a fellow who killed both his fath er and mother and then pleaded for mercy on the ground that he was an orphan The fall trots at Lexington be ginning October 7 willias in years past be one of the grandest e vents of the year There will be given in stakes and purses 100 000 which assure those expecting to attend the trots of seeing not k only tile best blooded horses in America but the fastest Saw Mill for Sale One 25hpAtln8 engine and boil lerpindj medium size Russell saw mill Two single knight dogs or two duplex will go with carriage r All machinery in good repair Any one wishing to buy an outfit like L this should call on or address JB Eaton Clay City Ky Bad Colds When you contract a cold before resorting to drugs try the following process fable goout into the r 4 t J Ji open air and breathe copiously and deeply for about twenty times repeating the operation every hour until cured If unable to go out have the windows and doors open wrap yourself in blankets or other warm clothing during which time do Just as directed Some persons having had a cough for six weeks have got rid of it by this process also cured themselves of colds newly contracted Therefore everywhere try to cultivate full and frequent lung inflation by breathing clear out clear in and low down that is make all your breathing as when taking a long breath and this will have a tendency to throw off the waste materials at the pores and revitalize the blood and thereby impart warmthand energy to the system See that the rooms are well ventilated especially your sleeping apartment Wear woolen stockings and strong boots Exchange Please Stop My What Times are hard money is scarce business is dull retrenchment is a duty Please stop my Whiskey Oh no times are not hard enough for that yet But there is something else that costme a large amount of money every year which I wish to save Please stop myTobacco and cigars No nonot these but I must retrench somewhere Please stop my llibbonsjevels ornaments and trinkets Not at all Pride must be fostered if times are ev er so hard but I believe I can see a way to effect quite a saving in another direction Please stop my Tea coffee and needless and unhealthy luxuries No no no Not these I cannot think of such a sacrifice I must think of something elseAh t Ihavo it now tI1lycents a week 1 a year 1 must save that Please stop mypa per That will carry me through easily I believe in retrenchment and economy Exchange Fire Record In Louisville The report of the fire alarm telegraphservice for the fiscal year ending August shows a total of 085 alarm There were 20 second alarms 15 third alarms and three general alarms All three of the general alarms came in April when the fire loss amounted to 210778 The fire loss for the 9arex clusive of August and September was 502881 with insurance of 2182012 Eighteen firemen were injured durin the year byfireburning buildings responsible caused 85 aslibarrels 22 acci dents 57 electricity 18 sparks58 The gasoline stove caused 62 fires during the year Be on Time Fast time or slow time is unknown I in a reliable watch We can make your watch reliable or furnish you one that is Accuracy and punc tuallty are steppingstones to sue cess in business or social life No person can afford to endanger an important appointment not oWlf ing a reliable time piece Watches that go through my hands are timekeepers they tire always just as represented My warrant is given with every watch IseiJ or repair WEBB The Jeweler Clay City The store of M M Redwine of Sandy Hook Elliott county was robbed The safe was blown open and rjjbbed of 000 in cash Mr Redwine was away ficoni from home The robbera loft no trace of their where abouts r Oircuiteiconven d nt Nin Chester TuScfay Judge JMBen ton presiding The court was not appointedtimebeing on tliigdayI Lexingt n Eastern Ry Effective Se11119O2 KASTBOTOD No2 No4 DailyStationsLvLexington 2 2G745-I Wlncbes5 810 825 II 23 837 It filmy Cfity3Go 91- 0Stanton400U 023 II NaturalBridge 483 054 11 TorreriftSTSS t 449 10 08 II June IS 111029O k K ct 611 1126 Ar Jackson 7 0 85 1130 WEST BODND NQ3 No 1 SanBtntioneLv Jackson jffSV 225 025 II OK Junct 2 00629I-I BeattyvilieJunc820 720 Torrent rt 847 744 II 401 801I Stanton ifi480 828 II Olnr City 430 887 LE Junction 508 010 d Winchester 520 02- 3ArLexington603 10 lO- NosT3nnd I make close connections for Onnnel City and points on the 0d K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 mid 2 connect nt L A E Junction with C pointsNoswine JunctlonfWJth L A A for Beatty villa daily except Sunday J SOOTTGenAgt 91 MOROAS Sol Pass Agt t RESTAURANT MEALS fit ALL HOURS 7 Fresh Oysters and Fish A full liriejbf Foreign and Domes tic Fruits Oranges Lemons Ba nanas Apples ind Etc S JANDERj1 4 1 CLAY CITY J KY B EfWEST wJtI1 SUnIllOnS HardwareCn St Louis Mo willmake repular ip8Jhrouhtbil section t quR1izd with Louisville and Cincinnati houses rClayyHotel tt Table supplied iththe best the marker fT01d4verJtling neat and clean s S hO per day Bmegrassjltoseries t3PRI11G Ioo2 J Fruit and pnnmental Trees Grape Vines r gnl small fruits and o rJittHrrr Orchard Lawn aijd n have no planterStrawberry logues on npplitt10nto HF HlfctrfEYER LE4IN TqKY ccc =EXPERIENCE BO YEARSb I TRADE MARKS I OOfYIGHTa Ac a skateS and dewloaoa mar1lODfIHIIIII or r ao Invention mmun pentfreesi1adeINI a oyfrIug a Pattie rain is taken eoere I oHsewltlaec W the r rkaweAbuacomelr Ir col lOn aey rnaL form Nee ttour l Tl4wI 11CO ketaF 1AI 4hj A Wen Posted Politician A gentleman of Mt Sterling attending the springs here paid the towns of Oampton a flying visit on Monday and heard Hon Frank Hopkins address the people whereupon he remarked Ho is the best posted nlau his dis trict has presented in along long time And uttered an indubi lIable idiom when he said it for or forum Frank Hopkins will prove a foeman worth any statesmans steel and in th hans of congress he is certain to prove a credit to his constituency What more can anyone ask Then see that he gets your vote Hazel Green Herald To be found In bad company is often equivalent to be lost SS eee a eoooeoooeee Heeoi 0 Modern Printing e a Which we do at Modern Prices Has an individuality About it that commands Attention 0 LetsTalk tOver On that next order of Printing you need o- We can make it Beneficial to you Try us once iflints fviI1aw- wawaa i aaaaaaa waaaan Mrs Fred UnrthPnNdest Alter my tint baby was born I Msot mm to rtste treafth UhMjh the do rYIIM I tonlcwblch hi rod vtrywiftHor but Mated ef ietdnjtveryM My hlH band buted that I Ww WIRe of Cwdul for a week Md sea what It would doter iRcldld take the medicine wd w grateful to find my strength and slowly retttmbi two weeks I WH out of bed and In a month I wu able to take up my wwl duUullIRvuo tnthatl uUe la Its prahse Wine of Cardui reinforces tho organs of generation for the ordeal of p nancy It prevents mis carriage No woman o of Cardai need fear the coming of her child It Mrs Unrath had taken Wino of Cardui before her came she would not have been weakened as she was Her rapid iecov should commend this remedy to every ex tant mother Wine Cardui regulates the menstrual flow INEoFCARDIL I e insure against being i in Denmark If they marry before they are 40 what they have pnid in goes to the less i fortunate and these lest are pen sioned for the remainder of their lives on a scale proportionate on what they paid in r livI J1 rl T LlePaoc Q lJ b Dealers InJ w Pure Drugs Patent Oil paints and Etc J Prescriptions carefully compounded and if we have not got hat you want will get it fpr you on short notice LadyApaekageofaBlmpleremedrDrDOUaLASPAMOUS5PEClFlCHAZBUNB A wonderfulrein edy curing nameandtroublesDrDouglasPUe 4 biliousfleasIrwlaslfazelWltcb Salve for cuts burns cprauu bites chapped hands etc p write Today THE HIZELIIE CO 85 Dull Block Sontli fond Ind u ARE YOU DEAF Beatasarber healtha IWomen Medicines INOISES ALL CASES OF HEARINGAREby our new Invention Only those bom deaf are incurable HEAD IMMEDIATELYPA i RAtTHiOBniMd March so loot roteaAbout five year fgo tay right ear began toting nd thU kept on getting wone until Utt jheurlut III ear anyeucceaconsultedanumbcruf WOUldthcllI3eI then saw your advertisement accidentally a New Yott paper and ordered your treitI used i IhaukyouteartlyandbegtoremainPA WURMAN iyos JI darkl ere ld- P w treatment does not interfere with yovv N ettHpatteH UAIIEa JSS IHTERNAf IPfUL f AURAL CLINIC D9B LA SALLE AWV AHJIL fY f d i tiA f riIi k 4