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THE0LAY ITY TIMES1 1 Lifl t50 Cents a Year In Ad rancrw Wp are here to help ClayCifyMttSnrronDiing Cry ani Ourselves I E Burgher Jr Publisher Ik TOL7 CLAY CITY ZY OTJRSDAY OCTOBER 16 1902 NO 42c IJ Si ThisrSpace it is fFfp Property of thet r- I pM And will loop you posted from week to Vi8knCorrect Current Prices on Everyting you buy Iron Hound-s h1nreilieientphysician Dr T JBerrymah reports a great deal ufsiekness and several eases of typhoid fever f Robt Henderson is preparing u to infewofjthe people will go with him aridfamily to their new home A Mr Webb of Oklahoma is visiting friends and relatives at Iron Mound Mr Webb is a bro Iidf of James Stones wife and a former resident of this placed Well we were so busy last weekwe had no time to get a roundand get the news and con sequently failed to get inuny but will try and send in our little contribution every week hire after J 1V Elkin Ironlllounds gen- tr F inl ilIarc t antbJrist i71s e last Satufdayatid we as well as all others who have families and have hud the experience off being without a milk cow can sym pathize with him AMr Suthers of Middlesboro has contractedifor the Win Webb furinandwillo1OC in two or three weeks We understand he is a wideawake genial enter prising gentleman and wo wel come him to our midst I ID Cob Hill Ancil D Rodgers is married Rail toad ties and hauling is all the go on Cob Hill Dr J W L sold a nice cow and calf to 00 Rogers for 80 HoodHowell of Millers creek visited relatives at Cobili 11 jver Saturday night Luther Snowden iscontenjplat ing moving to Big Sinking where he will keep a boarding Jious- eegsarel teIrrtlu Viotni Gild meat and lard is getting If You Want TO SEE Your Dollar MAGNIFY and increase as you spend it why spend it here Will give you the most and Best for it we are sure of this You need only to try it once and you will be sure too New Things in Dress Goods New things in Waistings Splendid Line of Skirts Full Line of Underwear Millinery Goods and Hats I h We want You to Seethe STOCK wee are carrying We want to study the advantage of the prices we ask We want you to oh i serve the way we QO business Its because we buy right and because we know values we are enabled RIGHT Mrs J W WILLIATISI Clay City Ky 1 I or f l RLIANGE MpG ec Winchester KtiV IfeadquartersforSashaloora Ceiling I lbOW BlindsWeatherboarding Felt Roofing r I Varandas Pickets J Flintoid Rob- Stairways h Shingles and Etc acid Etc i rf Store Fronts d fI oTrH1I TA Send US Your Estimates d3fIFrpWf Shipmentsf r o i iLUif l f to it r I c high Gee Jyjpzz what will we do Miss Frici8McIntoshtif Knowl ton Kpaye lerCobHill fronds a flying visit onday mid Tues dayBorn to tjt wife of Elihu Le on the 10th iipn a tAn pound boy Mother anof lc1 getting along wellG Wthere preaching at Cob Hill Saturda ind Sunday Rev Pete JLegg of orient Wolf Co will conduceservices We wer Jd this town was visited lastS day eve by Mr Clifton Ew en of Slade Ky but no oiie seemedTtobe more delighted than Missjjannie Hall We are glad to note that Ma Abney andf who spent a week visitiit relatives in Powell county returned home safe and they say thet liada pleasant trip J jIThis b Ht utl conf P+utd once from Cbb Hill to tho CLAY CITY TIMES I trust that no one will be surprised but that the readers of the paper may be pleased to hear from this point There are several in this vicin ity who contemplate going to Louisville next week to attend goodsi which buy the little town located ion the mountain that has long f since been called Cob mountain We have located in and grist mill which Is managed by that hustler Robert Reedhd a black smith shop which is Carried on by that striving John Reed and a post office which iB supplied with mail each day fromlrvine viaMillers Creekand WO also have located in this town two stores that al ways carry a general line of mer chandiso froththe smallest article to the largest I One oftltese stores is located onWall street and is by thnteverwdeawake stirring and energeti an called A D Howell with his benevolence and kindness he invites Jus many customers to call and see his stock pf goods which is always placed and kept in the most perfect or der Just givehhn a call and see inn telling jtho truth The other ire is located on l roonstreettf is run by that man G R Snowden who with all his court esy invites his nll customers in to look atms stock of goods which is always kept in 11o11IThe younKlspinen members of J the Clerks Union in St Paul Minn have completed arrange ments for an organization of a league the fundamental princi pies of which is that members shall refuse to receive attentions from any save properly accredits ed union men The promoters of the league are firm believers in unionism and hold that a union built for two should be loyally affiliated with a union standing for decent hours and proper com pensation Out Of Deaths Jaws When death seemed very near from a severs stomach and liver trouble that I had suffered with for years writes P Muso Durham N C Dr King New Life Pills healthton c atI Clay City bav CoIu Sample Negro Voters The intelligence of the aver illU8iwhen three colored applicants for registration gave the follow ing queer answers to questions propounded When asked what the General Assembly was one negro said it was you three gen tlemen Another thought it was a place in the woods where they went to worship the Lord A third negro was asked to ex plain the freedom of the press when he replied When you get in a crowd shove as much as you please Americas famous Beauties Look with horror on skin Erup tions Blotches Sores Pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uses Bucklens Arnica Salve It glorifies the face Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before it It cures sore lips strapped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25c at Clay City Lbr Stave Co A good utauy oiloperators are now devoting their attention to Leslie county which they regard as a promising field The county will be thoroughly tested at an early date and much of the territory is already under lease Goes Like Hot Cakes Time fastest selling article Ihave in my store writes druggist C T Smith of Davis Ky is Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I have- knownit to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy 11 Mother rely on it best physicians prescribe it and Clay City Lbr t Stave Co guarantee satisfaction or refund price Trial bottles free Regular sizes boo and li I i 41- i K l The Republicans are making their usual bluff about carrying the Tenth district but when the votes are counted Frank Hop hums will be the winnerLex ington Democrat His Life In Peril IfI just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame buck had made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt al most too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Bitters but they worked wonders Now I sleep like a top ciyi eat anything have gained in strength and enjoy hard work They give vigorous health and new life to weak sickly run down people Try them Only 50c at Clay City Lbr Stave Co The art of life is to know how to enjoy little and endure much i eSeiAjheelLook inside your watch a moment The balance wheel Is making 18000 2 vibrations nn hour if itjt in Rood condition It the mOvement Is slug I gish theres something wrong It J will move miles in a year mid 2 S requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs S that little badly The least degree I J of friction on the bearings the motion Dont chances Let yourwatcliinJsatisfy you J WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY = a Not until consult us at least Loaning moneyon Farms or approved Real Estate is one of the methods by which a financial insti proliitYes a a preference r Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky P110KE861ONAL CARDS NNNNdNMNNINNNNN WMNNNJNNNNN R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KYif B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON OLAY CITY KY r Dr C B DICKSON 4 DENTIST CLAY CITY IY r a t ii 44l r Y tell i lIItlE TIMES oT7 tr 1 TUIILISIIKIJ EVERY TIIUn81Y 4 J U liurghcr Jr 1ubHshcr So sripiionRatcst50 Cats For year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents 1 nteredls secondclass mail hmtterM I 41- rT11u iIY October tO 1QQ2 i rJcL 1tATESk tl r Foi the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Lduisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS t CIRCUIT JunO We are authorized to announce J 51 UBNTON of Clark county us n candidate for Circuit Judge in the 25th Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic partyC- Oi1HOSWEALTR8 ATTOIWCET We are authorized to announce B A OnuTcijBR of Jessamine county as a candidate for Commonwealths Attor ney for the 25th Judicial district sub ject to the action of the Democratic party CIRCUIT CLERIC We are authorized to announce Mr AV T STBixoEn of Clay City us a olin 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 It LTIE candidate for Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic primary to beheld Dec 61902 TheDemdcratg oow York mss State strike our sentiments exnc ly when they insert such clauses as the following in their platform as they did last week We ad vocate the national ownership and operation of the anthracite coal mines by the exorcise of the right of eminent domain witli just conj pensation to owners Ninety per ceht of the anthracite coal deposits of the worjd being in the State of Pennsylvania national ownership can but bantho in terests of the whole people Fuel like water being a public neces sity3 weSaVbeate national own ership and operation of the mines as a solution of the problemwhich will relieve the country from the suffcrinJswhichalwnysf- oHow differences between labor and capital itt the anthracite mines This course will insure e pence in the miriing regions and remove the caws for iffercnces leading notonlytqsuferipg but ofttimes to bloodshed and insurrection It will relieve the consumers of coal not only in this State but throughout the whole country insure steady employ ment and ample compensation to labor transfer children from the iIlliles to school insure strengthen and Jreserv the stability of the business interests and pop l lar institutions of our country Whatever differences Of opinion may exist dyer other propositions of public ownership the propriety of that policy as applied to an thracitecoaTinhies must be ap parent to every citizen a The tibove is 8plendibut it does Ii not gaquite farenough it should extend tpalljpublic utilities now C01itro monopoliesf In theMorainWolfeLegislative district H JF Bieratt was the only ono of the five candidates for theLegislature that announced in DemocraticpaporsandhecarrJ one Mr Pieratt had worthy op 4- ponentsbut they didnt announce i in their party papers In the last primary in Clark county one very I worthy gentleman attempted to run for jailor withdt announcing I iti the Democratic papers and he only received fiftythree votes beet said upqn goon nu tl1critythat a caiidiaatewnst never nominated an 111 this State if ho refused to an nounce in his partys papcrsand his opponents did Dont refer taKepublidan as tim niggerequality party for Vuch 111 pot the case They care as little or less for the negro than do Democrats We I ure not soradical as to poke such stun at them as that The color ed brethern are receiving theI black eye from all parties only about election time when ho is honeyed almost equal to the white floater by either party thatI can vote him Yet there are someI few Republicans who think theyI have to equal themselves with the negro to be a Republican but such is not the case The party is not that low yet we are proud to say if Teddy did invite and dine with a negro Few men of his party are following his pre cepts in this line We knew maonce that never foiled to exercise hffar ght of suf frage lIe went to thc UsUrct school trustee election where lib had no particular business lie said he intended to vote everytlme he had an opportunity even though he knew his side was a winner or if his side had no opposition If all Democrats in the Tenth district were as this manand heSvas a Democrat Hopkinst miff o ildl4beovver 2000 in November JJverybody should be sure nnd vote The vie tory can not be won if we stay at home Go vote for Hopkins At West Liberty during the Congressional Democratic Con vention last July there were but twodelegates registered at the hotel kept by Republican and one of them was theeditor of this paper The other two hotels of the town which were kept by Democrats were running over with delegates There are some Democratic candidates fqr Cir cuit Clerk in Powell that dont extend patronage that way John G White Republican cam didate for Congress in his person alMetter to his brother Republicans says the campaign must bacon ducted very silently nnd the Demo crats must not be even ony idea of titter work The Democrats came into poeession of their plans by se curing Qno of thief circular t letters and now Bro Perry says their ex posure which must be kept secret is making in Whites favor n SaysRev EdwardEverettHale D Dt The strike is bringing nearer the inevitable solution This is the control or practical ownership of the mines by the State Pensylvania or ultimately by the nation In Republican government it is not possible as it is not right that twenty men orGO000 men shall control a supply which the good God has given for makind John U White Republican candidate forjCqngress who issix feet four inches will liaye to content himsof with the Hope for he Will find in Novemberthat ho cant walk over him Jt is the general opinion that however speedily the coal strike IvI t ij is settled the cpnP shortage will last PfllcticaJIY1lli1Ugh the win ter he mhieIit rs told the railroads will3epop the profits anti the poor Avii lo the shiver in iI I W Thereareitt dust too cal i tet for irotiiYClerl in Pqwell- hat will be onnetrack thcdity prinlttry Therewi tfiujllliwv1 a namds ina tiy fb nrl in our ant nouncementxcoiuihli Vote for one of these ecEgmQIFi UK SBTinsto bo lookQtt tipQibas a prearrang ed conspiracy against consumers 80000000 Americans ore Inter ested to hey are to be- ethepa5sivevictnisof this annu game of extortion There have been secret confer ences enough iftpast week tt settle a dozenstrikes About all the majority oflittiem accomplished was to increase tic price of coal M There ismorGftarrh in this section of the Country than till other diseases put together and until thE last few years wiis supposed to bt incurable Fdr great many years doctors pronounced it u local disease and prescribed l caL remedies and by constantly fiiijlng to cure with local treatment pronounced it inI curable Sciencettias proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hallsv Catarrh Cure manufactured byF J Cheney d Co Toledo OhioJs the only con RtitUonal cure on the market It ii taken internally1ig doses from 10 drops to a tenspopnf uh It acts di rectly on the blood hndmitcustur ra4a th rstei0 I 1 y gff0rton- phundred dollars fpany case it foils to cure Send for clrculur und testimonials Address FJ Cheney CoTpl- edo Ohio Sold by DrtigfrietToc Halls Family Pills are the best MACHINE SHOP f1LL KINDS OF Machinery Sepaired WP keep IgStoclt Steam FittingsjBeltino Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline minesIn Dj 8 and 12 horse power The best known oerfor farmers and thersJjTho it printed is driven by a L T GHASteGAN WINCEHSTEI XY CousumptioSIuired Early 13yshe Filipino Me hodvyO I A soldier who 1 eli years In the Philippines and brought home a certain cure for Consumption and allun com plaints ParticulaHj8nd proof fren from f CORP WIllSQN I Calvet Tex f t Ej es tested free and glosses accur atelyfitted W T Webb For 30o in staillmail a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never failaWrite to Corp Wil son Culvert Tex i r i Strayed b j From my on IlardSvicks Greek twomonths a deep red steer Veighihgnhoutt1i 0 pounds Will reward anyone who will return sine to 1 Morris CurtisGray City Septemfyer 20 1802 t The nut mobllb is still doing deadly work in all sections Hard ly a day passes that someone is not killed or fatally injured CAUSE 1 I TAKE 1OT1C1 v si My gallery will be closeilialioutI tiI Fa the 15of Oct forutinie Myheulth o F y compels this action andjnll phspuH i wantl11g wor k I n the photographr linemutt come ut ontl5 t h wait until I nut forced to close upj- j 11 tICome now and give me ijmelo do 1 yowl justice ns wellas myself Ibe lieve lean do you as good work any r 1 body and my prices ure in reach iielf Como now us I nuist close ntr above date because ioy henltt i will not ullowma tostay any loiig r a cr v Ues J WllE1HrYl1y send O tstnm11 and hV fu 1Itrim treatment of Wiisois Jlor phine Cure Corp Wilson Cal 1 vert Tex r + I m J I For that i I Millionaire J Feeling I wear garments madtoordcr by t Strauss BIDS Americas Leading Tailors Chicagor to happiness You gain the pplnt in Strauss Bros made armenta They are mado scientificallY Vto your exact measure by highly skilled tailors in clean sanitary shops livery detail Jrom first to lost given the minutest attention the result being garments distinctly above the ordluary and absolutely satisfactory Yon will wonder Jl0W it can be doneatthe pricesqnoted run and see j our line of 500 samples of choicest now woolens I LITTLEPAGE SON Clay City F E 1 ki i Jis MAUPPFN fW 1 J CLAY C1TA Mil t 0 c rfts Ic 4 I Blacksnjljth WoodwiifemM fal j 5 i vvrif r HotseslioBirig a Specialty k 1 Located in the EutoniBhop nt the old race crossingf v l o i j TIt e Whitesti White Cake f 4 C jJ it f 1 Tr t rwt J I X The Lightes Light RollsA i fItE- I t f And Flakiest Biscuit ficOf it Yl Arc Mn VileR You TJso f v l i I I Pearl and Bates Pride loui J l Take no Other Every Sack GuaranteedrJ rP I l il 1 i v f MANUPACTUtlEfi BY j A CAINVERSAULESjkV 4 j 1 t y Sold by our Leading JUeJrihnntSjj i J j r 724 hyy 10 I p if tk 1 1 J FjWlBB li 4- Jt r I Tonsorial Artist d I 1 R CLAy CITY KV Kw JANlceOlelnSlllleFa8bfqlla 6 rlC2T a all i j kinds of Huir Tonics You willnl yti1 f ways lind keen razors andfifcioan i J t wMiNtowels J j i1 YIts I r P i YT W tl rte FtuP 1r ff4 t ffr l i Ii rti- k r T f Laundry Agency in Conneoton Y tyi iit 23 DQntMtdgiveMmai l1i i K i J I J 1t j 4 j Jh J mlt MMli Y g 7M EtIT IJRg r I r OCTOeIIC 1619 s JooJBfe BREtflTIE j I 1 IThs JFletcfier of Qamargl Tesda t r YnndWelnet Te qpJpnyg minders that reakwinter will OB k il9fla + u u r resogl s t e r a Alongtivill a ho frostcomes riI persimmons fresh rttbbitf ari t I tnt possum ftJfr i sherethis week fh tire sinrcetan thestnuts t OJfrost1 uu- t1 mpretlogsoan be gotten f1 tt r fr tog IVtI Hnrvisitedhis parente Rev rend Mrs R A Irvin this week S Stephens leading citizen of Iron llound Estill county was observed on the streets yester day Millard Conlee of Levee has accepted the position as foreman of the new Racket Store at this place The hunters will soon he royI ingthe fi lds in quest of game I a clkUlingtimQ and friendship j4 with the farmers jof Pastor J T Taipirii asintoryp Saturday and gave us order for printing the minutesOf of Land AssociaHon The sixteenmonthold daught erof W 0 Rice foreman of the box factory died Tuesday morning Burial at Denton Ky L T Hagan of the firm L T 0Hagan jtlia noted gll Qlinc engine manufacurersWinches tejWtf1i rtrT sdntonb si llQBSU KP iJre f a it I Mercffalirwr G Patri6kJ ofj Kimbrelljjwas in town Tuepdny buying dressed lumber to finish u tore house he is building at- b place b I Mrs 00 Vf Duncan of Mount Carbon W Va has been Sum niSnedtbithe bedsidei otlidrlf ath e JJl Jj WJ9Jnokjx pected to recover A box supporAVfls liven at Powell galley night which fteffem a neatam W This a SAvill be eXdeI in teMn ohttse of a ti bell 1 MIIRLYleti1e popular r Clerk Mfc assisting 0 Shimfesgel in his I foekT rhds nf- t an tl lit lay City y fi f- S 1cortesponikncecto w be nteresling readihgtp our sub PorJler in that ectiQii where we hope to l e able to Mills up a gOO UliSt i I Mfr A Mountz of HardwIck8 Creek caned our office on Mon- daiijt6 atutrvangtALlocate lthL r bttlhM petet1li1intt vltPtikag c lpst tr 1iP w en hc J 1aJlt r fl 2 f a 1 4 1 o w ww rwr Covington Ky M fourteen years ago J H Eaton who has been in very bad health for several months has been much worse this week dial his dcnth at any tithe Would note lfeasurprisbi to his familjv The Racket Store leis opened tIp in the Cnssidy biiilding and is shoeing a nitieHnb bf goodti This store will keep tin close touch with the readers of this paper haying contracted fora column space Advertisement G Pst foskfns has purchases the Park Hotel at Denison Tex as and is operating dame The Park is one of the best hotels in the city and with exKehtuckiant Post Hoskiris as manager the hotelwi1louri811 as never before We are indeed glad to learn thai Hugh Riddel of Irvine who has been down for some time with a very severe attack of fever is up again Mr Riddell is one of the best lawyers in Ens tern Kentucky and has justly won the distinction off being an honest andconscientious lawyer Eld D G Combs the noted evangelist is conducting a protracted meeting at the new Chris tian curch Eld Conchs is h stirring preaclier and good results are anticipated lid those who know of his ability Pastor Rash is engaged in a meeting at Olym ph and will not be able to assist Bro Combs until next week When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to anydealer inpatent medicine and get a free sample of Chamberlains St9mach and LiVer Tablets One dr tfvo dosesilJma e you well They alsocurebiliouenesssick headache and constipation rv i Rev H B Cockrill has resign ed his positjop as pastpr of the OlayCity crcitit R =Rngn Ii- nbrpther9f ex Presiding Elder Ragan Viii likely bo sent here as a supply Rev Ragan in question has been in Colorado for some time recuperating in health but has returned to Kentucky AndvjlUake upwprk6onie where in the State rx Get ajree sample O Chamber al isle bm tbrrp J ir Tablets dlfromcine more lhen- theirusQ notfqcwec by nsti pation as is often the case with ills Regunr sile ic pr box v Combine of Kentucky Coal Fields tiprThc 6pc tt cO froni WNew York that Leander 0 MayiciGln C11AgaOCAp ir noI wlth a number of Western millionaires lsextensive coal fields in tin ta ris in Wall STarrangin g t other ppgr- atorsinth blue gras tale for a onsoItd tion of in ss A llnineralI plnnO sg6 Tli aIbravesIndsMa n roittra elt an ice cream plantin Louisville Ky The proprietors of the plants say they will prove the bodies were secured in ape fect11 legal way but we venture say tha their ice cream business will falloff f Xlm postal revenues last year 10000000diWHS Jg9 p Y I I J S ipI s k r- VV 1 v CUredi At 70of Heart Dls ease Contracted D WaNYf c r Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease Mcurable but In people Of advanced it does not readily to ordinary treatment hope for suKerers in Dr Miles Heart Jundredasufferers will sure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it Ia blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood heatdiseaseold town of Lexington Va I crew so much m1iterlnlawMraTVL While J ldnothlDg to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old InsiltedIcured a few bottles of It al o the Nervine and Tonic After tiling one or two bottles I despairedofsilted on keeping it up which I did1msoon began In earnest and I took In all fifteen ors xteen bottles I ws re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 YouIrufferlnglumanllJ bottleDrAddresDrr snail order business is playing a prominent hartalong the cons anercial lin6 0 r A Word to Travelers i I Tnexcitehient incident fd travel ing and change of fo dand water often brings on diarrhoea and for thjs rcaepnjfno one should leSve home without bottle of Chamber lains Collo6holeraand Diairhoca Remedy For sale by all dealers in mediciner If It J is veryhclisap 9 nting and startling lW ttUI0 peoples of Powell countytolearn that Coun ty Clerk SV G Frazier Has beSh found short i Vhis accounts by State Inspector and Examiner Henery B limes The report shows a shortage on licenses from January 18J8to September 1 1002 of 87550 and on deeds marriage licenses and mortgages for which triyearly report was not made of 108 total 98350 After giving credit of commis sion of 4920leavesalotar short age of 984804 f VTThern and Southern Sylodstof the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky met in joint session at Lexington to celebrate the centennial of the formation bf the Kentucky Synods It will be the most important dayfor P bytcriani8m ever known in this State Rev u A Jrvln is attending Delegate from Clay City B ittyills Stanton and St Helens Rev Logan Irvin soil of Rev R1A Irvin is dele gate from VanceburgS- tricken 4 nth Faralyiii Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis anti completely lost thee use of one arm and aide1 After being treated by an eminentphysiciah for quite awhile without relief wife re commended Chilfe1fahis Palo kiBalm ttles oTIt he- rt4 is aJmoslBptirely cuedSi i nald Qgan- euatyLV 0lhe very l n rb1JC ViStiab raly- sishsvw tile use of this limmentotIt mostwidely known however as sgare for rheu Biatum spraisJaand bruises For medi5alelhe TIMES for the n ws lOJ w tt J t1rfro II tr p I ycerrhi f l j Vfa n v 11 d XE I Asa B Cliinn a noted merqhant of Lexington was shot and instantly killed lit his ovh home early Saturday mdrningj and his soh who opeild fire on the burg lars from an adjoining room maybe fatally wounded The police have arrested Earl Whitney and Claude OBrien tramps who are I subjects and strong evidence against them has been obtained i 4 Trifles make perfection but perfection is not a trifle illjf The Lead I Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom vI Our Customers are always pleasedI f i because we treat them right and they can depend upon getting everything they need at live ing prices We want your produce and if top prices jvillget it we are going to trade with you f We are now coducting a general store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find the gnnie courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store III We Are In The Timber Business 0 heavy and are buying all the Tanbnrkand Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wngomis unloaded I fIoJq V LII Dont Trade A V Li c I until you see us Twill pay you Remember full atoreaat both places A L BARNETT SON t CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING n+ I KENTUCKY I With wood ntsixteeii dollars a cord and coal too high to reach the New England people have quite a serious problem to solve Clay City people should feel wonderfully gratified to know that such is not the case here for wood is abundant in these regions but most people are too grand to use it I A Typical South African Store 0 R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which can be purchased anything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twenty five miles from the nearest town Mr Larson sayshIam favored viih the custom of farmers within a rudious of thirty miles to many of whom I have supplied Cham berlains remedies All testify to their value in a hoyshold where a doctors advice le almost out of the question Within One milo of my store the population is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelve months no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamber Iains Cotigh Remedy This must sorely be a record For sale by all dealers in patent medicine t t v i wn N v ow M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLE8 CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in toe iytekK Fresh Groanj BolteJ Meal always on hanS Grinds for onesixth tole See our line of samples for suits B Littlepage Son The way to heaven may ho through thorns and thistles but we doubt very much that it is through Congress arid theer1 sa loons Ch mbirlatnVCongh Berney Saved Hit f I oyftlfe PKelieve fsavedniy itiuo year old boys life this winter with Chamberlain Govgh Remedy says A M Dieppe RioiCJre k l Wis He was so choked up with croup that btiieo4dNot speak gave it to u hQ yqr itetLjanVl in a short time hwwas all right For sale by all dealers in patent i medicine o l- t e ii SPOUTSPRIN6 4rheavy and kiHing vis fmvh Cornf huskingis progressing come It is Bringing 2 per bar x rel onthi market jflcj i t Miss Emma Christopher of Ford was visiting relatives at nile place the first of the week W GPatrick She Kimbrel merchanthas his new storehouse well underway of construciton Misses Olevie and Gallic McKinney visited their sister Mrs Ifi B Eubank Thursday ight1 Miss Bettio Barnett has gone to Illinois where she will reside She has a brother in that State Miss Dollie Christopher accom panied Miss Tuscumbia White to her home at Doylesvillo Friday Eld N Mcintosh is Soiling his personal property and preparing to leave for Florida to spend the winter Solomon Ewell of GrassyLick brought an infant for burial at the Jacksons Chapel grave yard FridayMr and Mrs James Bloom and Miss Margaret Vaughn were the guests of Mr and Mrs J W Bar nett Sunday The Barnett stock of goods is being invoiced this weekand John W Barnett will take charge as general manager Born Friday Oct 10 to Mr and Mrs Sanford Niblack of near Winchester a son Mrs Niblack is a daughter of D McKinney of this place Eastons saw mill finished awing out their contract in the Bull Run woods last Thursday and the r r F j THE WmGhstei Bank IINCORPORATED N H WmiERSpoojf Pres t y V Capifar Stock 200000 Surplus 20 I 0 DO J We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 542 ICourietJournal I 0l- lLJ t WiT I 1 104TIMES A YEAR 1 a 000RIERJOURNAL intho United States for Democrats and manyDailiesSemiWeeklies Henry Watterson Ed itorThe Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Sftcial Arrangements You can get THETIMESAnd TwiMtWtekGiiriirJiiraal Both one Year for Only One DollarTh- isIs for cash subscriptions only subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through this office f l i 1 mill has been moved to Hattbn OlceltPoellcoun Died Thursday Oct 9 Mr Samuel Barnes at his home near Richmond Mr Barnes married a sister to Mrs Joseph P Wright who is now with her sister Rev V B Daughetee has sold his farm of 150 acres near the nouthof Red riverto Mat Thack er und W T+ Bush for 2500 He bought of Win Williams car the farm hesold 20 acres or trC0- 0Sunday is preaching day at the Methodist church We trusty a sinister t yill be presehtfand pieach for us The congregation has been disappointed the last three regular meeting days ow ing tothe pastors failure to be preset Little Creek f Mrs Mandy Kennon is very low tith fever Mr land Mrs Sam Wells Attend cd the all game atClay City Sun flay Mr and Mrs Mack Kimbrel spent Sunday with Mrs Nancy Puckett H ttieOrow who fell and broke her arm last Monday is getting along very well The Hardwicks creeksecond nine played Virden Sunday but were defeated Misses Mary Nannie and Mad ge Gravett spent Sunday with their cousin Miss Katherine Wells of Furnace- MissElizaJacksonwho has been visiting her sister Mrs Charlie Rupard of Wades Mill for the last four weeks returned home Sunday d M i ti The Hardwicks Creek first nine played the Clay City second nine at Clay City Sunday after noon and resulted as usual in favor of Hardwicks Creek Our playershaventieenbeaten LAST WEEK J R Skidmoie who has been sick for some time is ho better spentSdnday Miss Ida Hockinhammer spent Siiiurday night with Mrs Lula Mize Mrs Lizzy Jane Wallace of Irvine is visiting relatives at this placeD R Mountz and family C spentSundayMisses Callie Ware Corn and Ida Crow Mary and Nannie Gravett spent Saturday night with Mrs George Gravett Hettie playing ball at school Monday her arm f Dr Irvin was imme thobrokenOur champion base ball team played the Spout Spring reds Saturday afternoon and as usual came off victorious with a score of 52 to 17 in favbr of Hardwicks Creek They also played the Clay City third team Sunday af ternoon and defeat edtheni by a score of 40 to 0 This is the sec ond time City has tried- HardicksCreek Come back boys whenyou have eaten a lit tie more bacon and beans and fry aid see if you can interest your neighbor country boys Town Property For Salt Two houses and lots in the town of Booneville Ky One house on Main streetand the other on Mulberry street Desirable property at of the coal and timber bus mess This property I will sell at a low price F6i further information see W B BulIookiBoonevilleKy or N Mcintosh Spout Spring Ky r- tl d Thmledicatipnfof the tiew ra sonlcTemplulsvilvewtiicllwill Christirias tvillbeAtnade a great spectacular event among the Ken Masoiis LexingtonEasterliIrmiY Effective Sel I 1902 JSASTBOUJTDi NpT2i o4 lIllyStaUonspI II L EruncHon 22R37-I Olny Itjt8 50 9 lft 11 Stanton raoe 038 II Natural Brldgegfo 064 Torrent 49 1010- 8BeattyvllleJunoII fn 1029 + O k K Junct811 1128 Ar Jackson P833 1180- WKST BOUND Nofs No 1 iDalIy Dally ex Sun Stations PJJM A3- 1LvJnckson223 625 II 0 h K JunctWso 0 29 II BeattyvilleJuno 8 6 726 II Torrent 47 714 Bridgif01801II II Clav tv4n08R7L E Junctions 08 010 Winchester 32O OV- 23ArLexingtonyS 005 1010 NosSand 4 make close connections for Cannel City and poInts on the OVj K Division dally except Sunday Nos 1 withCAOforMtSterlngandloealpo11tH Beattyjeville daily except Sunday J R BARB CHAB SCOTT Gen Mnnager QenTassAgt R MORGAN Sol 8S Agt r RESTAURANT MEALS tar ALL HOURS Fresh Oystersand Fish A full line oflforeign and Domes tic Fruits Oranges Lemops Bu nanas Apples arid t- cs1 11 ANDERSONJ- w prmoyyl CLy1krl i11 LY- 1f tE E WjEST with Simmons IIllhlih1rc Co- St Louts Mo will make regular this section Freightrequalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses i V Clay Citjl Hofel J II EATo N Prop fn ry Tublfcsupplied jvjth the beat the market affoids Ev neat und cleuu RatellQO per day Bluegrass ifprseries SFRIIS OJOO Fruit and Ornjirnenhif Trees Grape Vines Asparngus small fruiw and ever Orchard Lawn and GardenKW have no ttotheplnnterStrawberry logues on application to It F NILLIIMEYE fLEXINGTON KY I t J lUll RtCCE r tsRlffMrT MIglckIIMos attlI er rCoInIlURtllaoUoulKtltPataaM MkeDlItrou OJFtaaotawabatc IIA- 1Ia TaiaaetAlt- oalattoa nueo 1eta a L v nirfan lie Po g11trs1MrJ r r Sjnqw Creek AlbertWqpd wtis at Klddville uj Jack Parker lost ti valuable mare Saturday wiiK piieiinionfu JElderKW Atarcum filled the stand at Log Lick Sunday it being hieregular preaching lay Tighlman Pigg has erected a new atoro house on bin place herd and filled Same with groceries Mr George Turley and wife Mr Sid Cr4tvaitdMiss May How ard all of Piolet View were he guests of Lillie Yivion Sunday Aunt Lyda Grfdlman died Saturday Oct H with complica tion of diseasesr Deputy United States Marshal Press Jackson arrested James Morton and Robert Messers of Mentfee county charged with operating a moonshine still in Powell and Monifeo counties The deputy destroyed the plant singhingeBe on Time v Fast time or plow time is unknown it reliable watch WeoCun make yojrVutch reliable or furnish you oe that is Accuracy anti punc fcjality are steppingstones to sue cess fn business or social life No person can afford to jiport nt appointment by not ownI ig a reliable time piece WIItdlPS that go throughmy hands are timekeepers they are always just s represented 1h warrant is Given with every watch ISEJI or repair v WEBB The Jeweler Clay City 1 fhlil1daM 5n dtaT lITMUJTM KM s ArtChth K wamM woiiU MyHMr UitlMi lei kaywlvw fldthatperform MM many eau i i 3 a- M I M M 4I aAdTheired aJwwIlksad Itenly took KITM moans to curt me Wise of Cardni is a regrulatorcrf the menstrual ncUonl Cil a moat as tonishing tonic for women It ewes seantysappreesedtoofceqnentirreQularaadpalnful whites and flooding It it helpful approaching womsar childbirthtoboffiathatItUbaro 100 bottles of Wi- neWINECARDW I- of Crdul I Saw Mill for Sale One 25hp Atlas engine and boi her tend medium sizes Russell mw ImillWO pingle knight dog or two duplex will go with earring Alt maohinery in good repair Any one wiphing to buy nn outfit like I tills nhotild rill on or nddrefs J B Eaton Clay City Ivy j i EDhJ9i Little agaJj- ji l w tfl1 T J DeaItrs I n toot r Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Oil Paints and EtcP- reeriptioliR fnrffnlly compounded and if we hart unt got chat you want will get It for you on short notice f u rtL Ak LadyA wich oars troab pecuaar obe flau A wondertul remedy mirtagthounnda Wo wW amid to aey sufferer IeDds 1l1IUDOu4ad4rAIWbltq1ounuer 1lctcuexustnrp Dr D MKW Stattrck Tabita for all atomach trouble oiPJIeCa will cure the worst case of fortheLdvercurebillousraeMt J tdr bitestdrWrtUT T11muIEtAliu11Eli si IIICIIH L AREYOU DEAF ALL CASES OF fr WHIfMAN Or tALTIWOtlK SAYSl Md Mtrch JOi MOI IlcartI1lIdbeitorcmlaVel1trul todayafter 11ft hi aaaedyearh been entirelyre ead I ak70I A a w KcL Ottr treatment dee not interfere with SeiwwntsKeotpHetl advice YOUCAICUIEWIlIlELF ATMlCIE NANY I NEARINCARE aWtREAD xoaauatlllle6tmyDumberarilylhatihelteadaeiacaweuldthen trystmeat= I 1NfEAlIATIMALAWfLCH IC 6L 1AUE A UfIIA M1ltf r 0 s I J i I r t I