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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i iV fV Hl A viv u iu j 1r1tECLAYtICITY TIMES1 r u J It 50 Ctntn lSdo adinns We are here Whelp Clay v Cilffitjrt a SnrroiinJing Counlry anj Oarselves J Er BufQJicr 0 Jr 1iililishcr 0 III qij4 7 CLAY CITY KirmLlJSDAY OCTOBER 25 1902 NOll uuf IK f L Keep YoTOlEYE on This r 1 Space it is 11tProperty of the I 1rNEW RACKET STORE And will keep you posted from week toweekQn Correct Current Prices on Everyting you buy t Two Mails a Day Bejinnin today there will ho tVo mails a day on the L fc It This is a great eonveniece which hits been needed for quite Uj while Big Boom In Mountain Land On account of the assurance of the cuns ructio of tlla seaboard Air Line frotH Detroit to the youth Atlantic coast there has developed a railroad boom in northeastern Kentucky There urtvalso to be extensions of the- O south and yestern branches of the C fc 0in that section and front present indications Letcher county is to kayo three roads within the next two years The land boom in this section hits be come phenominal Lund consid ered almost valueless some months ago is now 11I1dat fao ahiil 44O per acre i f ii JohnWilmore a merchant has been arrested at Middlesboro on the charge of killing his father several years ago IPrinters Ink Result be no better proof that printers role pays than the rate for Rcpresentative Mr Pie ratt vns announced in The herald and he swept the plater The following shows for itself Out of n totalof 1024 votes Mr Picratti polled 75111r Sebastian J5i and lIreI nod Hose 1 In Sebastians pre cinct Pieratt got 55 Sebastian and Rose 7 In Hoses precinct nlldIa vote in his own precinct hut poll ed more votes in their bwn precincts than they themselves Of course Pieratts popularity was a factor but in accepting the nomi nation he said the announement iliiLjt e vprKf H iwel UrcauJieri- all H S Stephens and 0 lfof Et till county f ure transacting btif I inesswn towii today Ready For Business f The firm of Shimfessel Wnldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell trIO remainder of j tine old stock AT COS1IX Slew Goods are Heret A nice cleans welliselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line o- fFall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in u Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should see our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cioaks9Jackets tapes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this jl e a bargain hut fail to investigate my stock r Tlinnking thq public for past patronage and earnestly Soliciting a continuance of same I am c Kespectfully yours 7Ji j rV ShimfesseL M IJEbIANc1 MFG- Winchester Co 4 Kytft We MaqufactoreWe are headquarters for Sasli oo t doors CeiliIlQllundmgPape f Blipda Weatherboarding Felt Roofing Verandas 1 Pickets Flintold Roofing StafnVayB hingTes and Etc j1UldEtc Store Fronts 1 K Send us Your Estimates Shipmentst J Y r L I 4i4 I The Merry Huntsman Now the lmierrr Iu huntenuut goes tt htuttJtUFflxullniid ways lie is tyiRee to wLjlionting nnd lie euro nut srlutrh layat ktIIto lilt oatJvKnt ho lilts lilt Oh tIiJiiGrr r intutsnuui whet III hlll11llUwu tiingled thiekoti from all or otlllrB lied htiie rustle lie IWilliI eagerness IU 1OIIughteMt III hit Hear the I t how lift nMikeCthfe echoes ring As lib ll ektfAiiigJhi may slaughter on tine i on the wing lie la ad ling iliile urnhniis widows wall todu Mwcanxc lie limtBlioot tlfeinovIng object ntid thou liedtIt wart Bought Tlmbtr In Mississippi jjQu iu t u MjrriaitigDlSasr- gFloyd pay ahdIohn Day return ed from Missipp where they pur chased in the central portion of the State OOQacros of timber land cqnsistingjbf pine and poplar the flour maker of Wiiicliester was also in the deal The purpose of the pur chase is simply Itjiat of an invest mont and not to establish lumber manufacturingviplants as some suppose Time price paid for this large hodsof land was 180000 Mr Floyd Day expressed Itini self as greatly pleased with that countryJackin Hustler Genet Farmers lavebegun to husl corn John Crahtre e is some better He had a violent attack of fever The Meeting Ohnpejlast Sunday was a success us the preaqher dill not arrive Win Mortonour South Forl neighbor has opened a genera line of merchandise VO IurtilDeput County f Clerk was on Birch Brunch Wednesday taking acknowledge meats of some weal estate convey ances tft t Kimbrell I I E N1ing1t8s Uoubhtof Robt Hqndorson abbut70 acres of land micas LibertyWhjtrc h for 1i2JO cash i i Solomon D EVell has moved back hero fro rGrassy Montgomery countyfwhere he has reside yearri Miss Hester jGasper who hal been visiting at Danville IncH ana for severtlweeks has re turned a by he cousin Mrs Anus CookIt Joseph Jonciand H F Glass of Winchester haye purchasei L roll the poplar 11ickory and Wal timber on the farm of Mrs j Martha Harris anti Johnson liar j ris for fC25 Out Of Deaths JawsIWhen death seemed from a severe stomach told liver trouble that l had suffered with for years writes P Muse Durham X C Dr ling New Life Pills saved my IiCcllhduunperfecthclllthI Best Pills on earth mind only 25c at Clay City lbr Stave Co It is usually a case of misplac ed confidence with a woman who marries a man for the purpose of reforming him Americas horroruSlBskinleErup rook with tinn lllotches Sores1 Pimples They dont haVe them nor will any mierho n es i i M iAJJi Snlvfi It glorifies theface Eczema or Salt Ilhetun vanish before it It cures sore lips chapped hands 2111ntA LevelHeaded School Board Among the other provision in the contract which the Downs Kan School Board slakes the teachle1 j of this contract nor attend any formal parties during the school week Goes Like Hot Cakes Time fastest selling article 1 have in my store writes druggist C TI Smith of Davis Ky is Dr ConsnmpI I sales it has never failed I hus e- knownittisavesuffcrerfrom1hrait and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other 1 remedy Mother rely on it best physicians prescribe it and Cluy City Lbr tC Stave Co guarantee trialtbottles free sizes 50c tlr The ruling price for corn on the local inarket is 250 hut some has been sold at 225 j AU i WILBUR Ri SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tor circular of bit famotu ml re n IMo COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Scdat at ITorliV Expootllon Refer to thtluun1 of rrnJuitM In oat of Full Bodnow CoarHs InelnillosTuI lion Uiwki anil board ID hullr bout BborUiu41TWritiBg nDdTeltgrahsdaltiM TTb Kentucky underaelr- iwordedgradueto Itterayeoaretreitdeelre- dtotaeHoa Surrnow Orduottuccuf1 order to date roar fetter reach M addrta omJy 1 WILBUR RSMITHi Lexington Ky N J A deal has been closed for ii 000 micros of choice Kentucky coal land along the North Fork of the Kentucky at jO per acre Ohio and Mifhigun capitalists made the purchaser The laud is reached by the L E His Life In Peril I just seemed lo Imve gone mill to pieces wrtes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a Inniv buck hurl made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt al most too worn out to work when J began to use Electric Bitters hot they worked wonders Now I sleep- like a top can eat anything have gained in strength and enjoy hnr- dvoleThey give vigorous health and new life to weak sickrun down people Try them Only C0 at Clny City Lbr Stave Co N a ho1 The Balance s Wheel I Look inside xvntcli moment The uiilnnce wheel i making ISOOOj lhll1tlollll nil hour if its in t 2 condition If the movement is liiK2 gisli thereo uething wrong It will move J35ti miles in nyenr and S requires less thiin Oite tenth of a drop S of oil to make it run Hut it needs S that little badly The least degree of friction on the hearings niters Letonoin order for a year It will pity and 5 satisfy you JWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY Not until you consult us at least Loaning moneyon Farms or approved heal Estate js one of tho method by which atfinancial instL tution like ours stakes a profit v- Yeour own depositors do get a preferenceClay National Bank Clay CRy Ky IMUIKKSSIONAL CAHUii NNdh Nf4frNNNrMpNNd4f WNf MNNpNNNNN R AIRVINMD PHYSICIAN AND UpQEON fOtAV OItytV 1 B LlTTXERAOE M Di I PHY8IOIAN AND SURGEON u OLAV CITY KY Dr CB UICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY f 1 Y rr ha CU j t 1HTIMFS rUIIMSUKI EVEKV THUllSDAY ITiurghcrJr Publisher j v Sntscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad- rancccoiheririse7 5 Cents Entered us secondcln Innil matter 0 I L Tlinmlnv October 23 Ifl62 CLUB RATES k For the convenience of iiiir efib fcribers we haw arranged cull rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and Coil1eJottrnalIQQCincinnai i vileConnnBrcial 7fi t Ilomeund Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS ti cinortTaontD We lire authorized to announce II UfJxI NofOlnrk countynw a canttidate- 6irfJircuitJudge In the 25th Tudloinl district subject to the action of the IVlnocratfc party cm rioortIJt ATTORRY tie iu a authorized to announce B A CniTTOrtER of Tessitmine county as I- IlIndldnttfor Commonwealths A ttor hey fprthc2iJthJudicilll district sub ject to the action of the Democratic h r1 party Cl1toUIT CLERK We nre authorized to announce Mr W T STRINGER of Clay City as a can dldate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of tine DenocrntlcIJnrty We are authorized to announce Mr Morgan It IYIE candidate for Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to till action of the Democratic primary to beheld Dec 6 1902 Bryan on the Strike In a statement made 1V J Bryan says President Uoosevelt should befiommended for Its qf fortsttosettle ivi eniiilcrs strike He suggests however that since the operators declined to arM trate the presidents hand are tied and urges hint to call an ex tra session of congress Tine measures Mr Bryan says should be recommended for passage Suitjiniirized these fire Mr Bryans languageA establishing a National board of arbitrationconsistiniiof three to five members to consider and report on allcontroversiesbe tween corporation engaged in in terstate commerce and their em ployns j a law abolishing govern ment by injunction a law that will discriminate between tllonat ural made man created b the Alnigh and thocorporategiant lrea ted lb Jegisla Hon a c taking the tariff ollcoal a law which will prevent railroads engaged in interstatecomintJrco from operating coal mines except for the Pill pose of supplying fuel for their own engines At the State election in Geor gia on the 1sttthe Democratic ticket was organized opposition This condition has bon brought about by Demo cratscontinually voting whether their votes were needed or not to elect their man Democrats should bo just as eager and en thuseastic over a race if there be no opposition as if there is rRobert J Breckinridge exAt torney general of Danville and James D Black ofBarbqursville have each announced their can didacy for the Democratic Gubernatorial nomination Mr White is recovering his lions sense He is sticking to his etoreand letting his quiet ako of itself WincherterDeniosrat i 4 1 f l 7SPO4UTSPRING fDr nbll1I1IS visiting pms ville this wool Jl Several from this placeveroat Mt Sterling court Monday Mrs J P WrighflnCs returned from a visit to Madison Goiiitty relatives 5 Geo P Douglas of Leyee vis ited relatives atthis place Satiir v luiaitd Sunday- Russell Christopher hasgone to Louisville this week to purchase his fall stleklf goods P Greenstone who luis been 5n Illinois for a few months hats returned hnieion a ifreif visit Thus S McKinney and wife care visiting Louisville this week mill will go fromtlnfre to Bloom elf nlll to visit relatives at that place Misses Callie McKinney and Nannie Christopher and Marion McKinney visited Mrs Jane Douglass of Levee Saturday and Sunday Bernman Elkin of Iron Mound have brought W 11 Wisemans farm storehouse und stock of goods ui Siins mind will conduct a general store at that placeJ McKinney has purchased a farm near Red Bridge Clark County and will jinove to same lit once The place contains fifty live acres and Mr McKinney pair l600for it A reward of 25 cash is offered by persons interested for the conviction of the parties who so disgracefully phot up the windows and doors to Jacksons Chape mooting house Dam White has purchased or BBtirghutthe broop factnry at this place and has inovcd Sant to his residence near here and will make into brooms all the broom corn he can get TJ Barnett happened to what came very near being a serious accident Monday about dark as he was returning home from Mt Sterling court Ills horse ran away coming down Black Creek throwing him from his buggy The carriage was de molished but Mr Barnett escap ed nay serious injury Gritters Ridge in Ky Oct 15 02 J Mister editor times us We are Somewhat isolated from Hale Rodes an tillegraf poals an sich i at the solicitashun of mi fellow menWrite to tint you a few questions hoo is this man White that is rniinin fur sumpthen it shorely aint that old man hind use to Cum to our hoes in time of the war to grind our sissors an they sa he is goin to mail a stil hunt for the voters Gee Whilekens mister editer can you tell me if i am in his deer trict ill tel you rite now if his connten commite come foolin ronn here i am gwijie to hiss old Lloyd on em i heard snmpthen a growlin the other night up in the ole ash cave ill bet nil mewl agin airy rooster Qn Grit= tors ridge that hit was one of thorn ar counters i hunt voted sens 1870 i was at cow crick precinc at time ole fashim Augus lectshun an thar cum up n1lte atween Sonny MartinfBeu lack et Dave Conwaydn wonpide an hill tester dick furman nit oily Townsen on tother and bi gosh tha was fiten rite toward me an i Ilri dan yotodah split fur homo iwel rfimeinbor seein Geprge Derickspn thorc r i think J ifr 1 A f t L he wus trven1fo lip the rtlZUs i learn tllatI114t it coiiiity June 1 now tp nVcet up with j hint Wel gist AV as a gwine to tel ye i am wluitiit111t111I raddical I or was ut the timeabnv inention- wl an ef thurijs enny djference I in time word I dIcal t1 repup- lican wil nil mila let the no bi October 27 So itn pulno Irate to Wolf lurs in a tangle Tlo 1The race for ii uit Clerk in this countvfsretti tg vviria Democrats fookfujider the mast heed and see iHyour niansr an nouncement is th re If it is mint tusk him why lie ofuses to sup port his liartyTpa terarmd accords patronage to tltshniJnr flub ligations thatginot Democratic organs Teiiso MiOii unR of bricks were llouselteeporssene Oil and tli bunt them UII fuel 3 rfTberci ninrQE ttnrrli in this sec tion of tln coifnVry tlinn all other diseases put logetiirj nnd until tin last few years viig fiipprtsed to bt inIHlrnhllfForySggreat many year ilnctorsprnnwnivejlii ti hcal disease aiid preniribcd Jfiiil remedies and by constantly ftiiingtocur vltl meal treatnifiit jjroiioiiiitfd it in tumble Scietice dMn proven CII ttrrh- Inlll u conftilmioiial difeaf and thenfun reqjiirfH onstitutionii tnatnient Hjils Cntiirrh Cure iniinufaituredill XtFJ Clieney d Co Tolido in the onlyearl silt nnnni etire tiIiie market It it taken ilitei4iwyhi dost1 from it drops tllll teas nfnl ittuets dl rlltlY1II ilk liliijulamid mucus stir 1fuee of the vrfl iii Thoy utter mine bnndrcd dollilrg or any cast it fails to tcure Sfiidwiir circulars null- 14tlFllnt Address hilillLsF Ji Oust QV T i4 germ Ohio Snuilr Driigjrl8t7lrii Hall Fatuity rillmire tlwhIIT MACHINE SHOP 1fJLLKINDS OF Machinen Repaired wv Keep to Stack Steam Fittings Beltingi Hose and Electflcdlupplles WE ALSO BUILD 1 Gasoline Engines In T 5 Snnd12 iinruepnvv r The best known jiow rtsfannersand othprt printedisLT C5xHAGAN WINCEHSTEa KY t Consumption Cured KnKriyjjfmJthe Filipino Method 7lA eoliHer W HlEI ne rs in thlox Philippines UlgCoVeved and broinght inane 4 err Icure for C6nsilraption anuK jilung com pbuiits PnrtfcaJaranrnl proof tree frqni j f v 4 CQBP WJISQN Calvertt mQx Jr 1 y fy I F 1n-N Frank Biiettner 4Cleveland lielhis false teeth were missing Time lS11IJowedthem could not find the tccthUc died Thursday A nurse at the hos pital found the teeth under the- beta Eyes tSteilCee uiidgliisses nccilr Iltlfitted W T yebb- Discretion hulk a greater cOma niefcialvaliio than valo- ror10e in stamps will nmilm full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Clins Never fails Write to Corp Wit tionCnlvurt Tex t ljiv XOTICE t yM y- 1AIE wiU he qldsed nboiit r l5ofbutforijthne tM3 healthn vI compels tills uction and all ptrsottd Jwsiiitijig work Sn time phutogr pIm r7 r line must came ai oncp t f iwtilt nntilI Hm fortid to clogiullr 1 Ci iiie now aril iiVevtntr tlincto do ti you Dancers weJIIas inygelf Ibp lievclcnn do you nfgotidAvoik any bodnnd my prices Uhll reach of all ComehoivV rntitstkiire +X itt above tithe bJciiuse i jicaHli r twill not minute hie to stay nj bug or itespeotfnllyt w rl 11ffri ijiic in stamps amidLct Bill f jt- rrlllrlnt ucl1t of Wilsons llIr x IlihiiWCurt Carp Wil btiCnl i1 ivertTex a For that- Millionaire Feeling wear garm nts- madeoitoorder by i Strauss Bros Americas Leading Tai- lorsChicago IGood clothes contribute much to happi ness You pain the point in Strauss DroS made garmentS They are matte Bclcutilically to your oxBLCt measure by highly skilled tailors in clean sanitary shops Every detail irom first to last given the minutest attention tho result being garments distinctly above the ordinary ebeolutelyeatiefactory You will wonder how itcan be done at tile low pncrs quoted Call and see our lino of 50Q samples of choicest now woolens LITTL1 PAGE SON Clay Cliv EFFECT u uu u t1 jar B MAUPPINial CITY KY lB1acksmith W clwoFkm l1 t 1 Horseshoeing a Specialty I 0 1oatetiin the Eaton sliojint tlif tilt rate tmQ ing rtic1 oiL Ys r The Whitest tVhiteGaki ir The Lighten LlgbtRolJlejrI i t And Flakiest Biscuit r n y M t h fyAru llu1cVh4u ltit l 1 Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour 5 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed t MANUFACTURED BY L A CAIN VllKSAIIilS hlt L S W by our 1 ailinglitrtliuiitpq I I J F WEBB o kn Tonsorial Artist i CIitY CITY KY t A Nil1 Ut ntt SJJiijJtVJFaBlijoMuhle i lliiir iIit tJhaijipiidjnn anil nil X Mini orlliitrflVijiij YIIIIWIII ajgStnjiiiii lixfctMi razyrs iud r A r J ttowels i T V1 tjL trf i i Laundry Agency in Connection liI Dont fail to bive him aoall fKf 1i If t I r jtc IV I t th1Fl 1 l i r J i S J 0j1 ta f I- y Y r ir Tr1Y TMESIj Ia Jitl = d =M d AN ALL MOMEMAnE PSIIi e THURSDAY OCTOBER 231902 n L IOatf BREVITIES t n tMissKht Mize flWinchestert is tiufgiiest of Mrs D O Bloom W this week iWV W Turner was the gueettof- j Ijis uncle E C Hainlihe the first 1f the week Geo E lion and H G Gr frettyof Winchester were in town Wednesday or Clans A Tanner T of Winclits 1 ter Snptof f CinrkOotinty sehn flst iwnfj in town Tuesday i t IX R Mount and family were ic visiJanips Douglas of F ldm Ms lKy the first of the wecik li1V Biirge full wife of How tiir were the guests of W T i vWebfi the first of the week bliss bind+ l Coulee of Stanfon i was the finest of her aunt Mrs S D Rose Saturday and Sunday I 1atI and Mrs Harry Sun ttnck wwere yisitifigirelanveB iirJClnrk and Madison counties last week I Wiix Wodsley has returned v from Bracken county and will remain at home during the win ter Mrs DilluVd Patton who for some time has been very low with dropsy Continues to grow weaker Wnl H Eaton and wife off i Cincinnati attended the fun eral of his brother J H Eaton liiI MoriinvI T i lt Mrs ErN Wilson and Mist Adaline lopl werc visiting friends ntrll8teding the earlier a part of the week A large crowd from here took ti trip to Pilot Knob Sunday chest nut hunting They report a nice trip and a jolly time t MissLula Derickson left last week for Lexington where site r Htie+ Base ball was at a discount last a Sunday The diamond filled by a local colored team and the gate reeiepts were short Mrs G W Va ghn and little a son Wilson of fNewport Ky are visiting the formers parents i Mr and MrsE N Wilson I t C 0 Daniel who has been closely confined to house for the past three weeks from rheuma tisU1is able to be out again Mrs J A Webb of Cincinnati who for some tine has been visit thistta 4 Mr George Cgnlee of near atHere who has been attending r Jl Smiths business college is f home to take a +weeks vacation tC i Messrs OW lad F B HUB fnrJIf p nace seems to bout gpod demand for these i lilttduukii Mr Jessie Smith of Donnelly I Lee County was in townSunday t 10th inst Ho left lug mite in f the editors lint for the TIMES and tf went on his way rejoicing f f ilLi Wo have had two good frosts yu8AyeekwhicliholpjE to ripen w i r vfhQ rabbis forJholhunters ivlu- kt r t i I 7rf qfrn G t I I r b E w r jJ ii i 1g T 1 7 t l j N- y i 1 will f o iii be among tlioin in ruin beesTIe vacant lots between the bank and Swaiui Day Lumber Colnpany pflicei are being plowed sind leveled up and put in con dition for a flower park Robert Tiptoe Master of tile Spout Spring Masonic Lodge left Monday to attend the Grand Lodge at Louisville tins week Mrs Tipton accompanied him John Maxwell of this place has sold his house and lot and has moved to the Tom Derickson form on Red River near Roslyn Mr Maxwell is a clever gentle man and a good citizen Home capital we are informed will take the matter in hand when the next sensor opens fence in the grounds erect the necessary pavilions e to make ours one of the best ball grounds in the MateThe fold reliable nurseryman H F Hillenmeyer of Lexington has his Fall announcement in this issue Persons wanting re liable stock at way below fruit agents prices will order from Mr Hillenmeyer Time protracted meting at the Christian church continues with great interest There has been fifteen additions to the eutrch to date RC Adams vocal music instructor of Pjinola is con ducting the singing When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to any dente in patent medicine and ret a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet One or two dusts will mAke you well Theyalo cure biliousness sick headache and constipation J H ORear formerly of this place but who has been tai Jack son for some time has been trans ferred back to his old position in the SwannDay Lbr Company office at this plaice We are glad to get Mr ORear buck into our midst as he is a good citizen Get a flee fill III pie of Chamber lains Stomach and Iiver Tablets from nny dealer in patent midicine They are easier to take told more pleasant in effect than pill Then their use is not followed by consti patios as is often the ease with pills Regular size 255 per box 0 Shimfessel hiss somethiug to say to our readers this week Mr Shimfessel is merchant of ex perience having been in business in Clay City for nearly twenty vears This experience accounts Torn great deal in his business His prices are certainly always tisllt R B Moore was taken ill very suddenly on Tuesday Dr John son of Lexington was summon ed and it was decided to take him to Lexington for treatment and he left yesterday evening He seances tQ be suffering from some form iif j brain affection Mr Moore is11i splendid gentle tnilnand1iis numerous friends iyijsh fpr mint alpeedy fefcovery t Wiilnutsjiro said to be a good substitute rorMcpai QS it burns rendily in grates andicoal stoves They tare gathered in the fall the hull is left on and are allowed to dry As walnuts are much more abundant in these parts and eau be obtained much cheaper by the farmers it would be well for I them at least t to save up aquan ity mail experiment with them fIitj coming winter J J J Yt- t y t t Y r- i t- c JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms- Physiciants Could Not Prevent FitsI Dr Miles Nervine Cured MY Wife successfullytrieddert but never ias it njide abetter record than spasmsThousandsnearly every Instance the writer has stated the ceased alr the first dose of Net repeatedIncommencedhavlna paralyzed cave calomel and she eventually rot some better but Ina short had another attack She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently sometimes very severe If tr hands would cramp so we could not open them and she finally lockedFinallygood and ordered a bottle of Dr Restorative Nervine She received to much benefit from the lint bottle that I cot seme more She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit since taking the first dose She also thinks v rv highly of Dr Miles N- without and Liver Pills and Is never them If thtre ts any way of mak log this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Restorative Nerv MElkville bottie AddressDrn A Word to Travelers The evclternpnt incident totravpl Intr nnd chnngpiof food and water often brings oui linrrboen and for this reason 116 one should leave home without bottle of Chamberlains Colin Chilera and Diarrhoea Remedy Foftpale by all dealers in patent medicine MARRIED Mr John McRoberds of this town and bliss Dena White of Station Camp Estill countywere married at the brides home WednGsdtiy4toberii by Elder Strlokan With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost the use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent physician for quite n while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and afterusing two bottles of it he is aInioBtientirely cured Gen R McDonald Man Logan ounty W VaJ Several other very remarkable cures of partial paraly sis have been effected by rhe use of this liniment It is mot widely known however ax a cure for rheu matium sprains and bruises For sale by all dealers in patent medi sine DIED Mr John Hi Eaton died at his home in this tow 1 Sunday evening at about tliree oclock after a long and sufTeriiig illness As stated in our lust issue Mr Eaton was taken much worse lust week and it was clearly seen that he could not possibly last much long er and his demise was not unex pouted 7 Deceased wasseventytwo years old and leaves a vife and thirteen childreujfrall of whom are residents of this county except Mrs OW Duncaiijof Mt Carbon 1V1a Funeral services were conducted at his residence the Clay City Iio 1 Monday bv Rev it A Irvin f Bifriniat the En ton grave yard Mr Eaton was member of the Methodistchurch and held tho ilico of Steward in this church for several years In his dentil CluyCity has not only lost one of its oldest citizens but one of its best inlittbitatit9as well Thobereaye funiilyhastlio sym pathyj of tUtBriands in this tOW it audei w Fit xtJ c ri 1 4 1 r of i I I t r Y yt7 Lion Coffee I r = CROWNED KING Edward King of England Alpbonso King of Spain Lion King of Coffees Fit for any king fit for you Not glazed with any cheap noxious coating never sold in bulk Uniform uUtr and frMhnM ar luond br heiild cUe Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to TheStandard 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 at lie ing prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We are now coducting a general store 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 Businessf heavy and are buying all the Tanbark end Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded t Dont Trade ja j d until you seeitsi Tvillpnyyou lieniemberfulhetoreai it both places Am Eli BARNETT SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY A Typical South African Store 0 R Larson of Hay 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 It 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 says I am favored with the custom of farmers within n radious of thirty miles to many nf whom I have supplied Chamberlains remedies All testify to their value in a houshold where a doctors advice in almost out of the question Within one mile of my store the population is perhaps six ty Of these within the past twelve months no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamber lains Cough Remedy This must surely be a record For sale hall dealers in patent medicine For every seven marriages in Indiana the State Statistican shows that there was one divorce for thqyenr ending Juno 80 1002 The statistics evidence that in Clark county which flourished as a Gretnu Green the number of marriage licenses was a littleever onethird thei umber issued the provides year tara CMlt M BAILEY Merchant aoKostoni MILLERCLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Gropd Boiled Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole Negro Burned At Muirs Station an intoxiiru ted mjjro enteredjisectoin house and soon thereafter the house was discovered to be on fire Tin negro could not get out and wits burned to death Chamberlains Cough Remey Saved His Boys Life I believe I saved iny nine year old boys life this winwith Chamberlains Cough Remedy savs A M Hoppe Rio Creek Wis He was so choked up with croup that lie could not speakgave it to him treel until he vomited und inii short time hd wets all rig1Itt patentn i J eCob HIIIieiSotncrt ettetrjlllillorscreek- was ifvjsitor of our tQnJiuiydavr Messrs James HvHowell and 13iilSUIdRy Fred Watson whtJ hap been giJk for the past week is able to bcoutlagajI Joseph Howell antlfU H ml1lfillers OreekxisitetLhisfather A D Howell over Sunday Dr T W L Seiiy and family KyrtRiNear Fitchburg Saturday eve a young Mr Jones was shot but notseriously allHlrinking sup r t 1 i1sC I 1 1 Artlllllla Q r jlf iJ vIsItInghisfor the past week MrSenryt 1tldaftlqrldlwl e heentfor the past week sa LHI U 71t 4 41 rksttU14Y 7 r 01 THE ill Winchester Bank INCORIORTEnto N H WmiEKSPooy Pres Capital Stock200QQQ1 d t Surplus 200 AI ifMr of inili vid uaIB firW a corporations 542 It Courierjournal Z TIMES f cI I COURIERJOURNAL iUt ltitlbnlteafa Qirr sand tail i Sc anyfWandtor toNews1IatterilThe Home Sample copieulent free on a tplicatlon s- lI COURIERJOURNAL CO r MHUSVILLB KVI y ti1 j By Special Arrsuagements It RMt C iWs And the II TW1M CokrierJofcraaliBptn Only One Dollar IWsJAAJngljU8UksrJPii2aS only All subscriptions under this combina tion offerihualtjie sent through this office I The t f COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS cntalogr 110Ii1i1 YOUI Bookkeeping and Shorthand successfully BY MAIL Wheellngtor urg W Vaw B ELLIOTT Prest i ftyF A i r IIII II1iwll intl e of near iowJton PoweU county spent Saiiirda felttippatis iSlnd01with Atn special teat t anI1lt Wrt hnr leyliriendt slir la vye of ithebohas several Is to our frown riot Itlt1 L4gr o Tent fihlea 1 eggitjlnr u ointment Sunday We were gl7ifsee so many out but was sorry to see the near the close visit ed by a YatkiugsoFiUhtseim eI to sine Oftfll fKeiltti air balance Boys ths ly River moonshine will get you boosy every timer 1ixetirjJRf pad Ufa li in hotly the 15at 1ther 0 0 Lee J W Hall Esq offi elating We wish them a long Jtlfulin ltDl lioJ51jmarried couple was most highly appreciated but some of the boys were not satis fied with all that and had to get into the cabbage pnhy- hVirden1I 4 w i b i News is scarce thJ8 fWcek but I will do the best that Icanf Al Baker moves into his new house Wednesday lt IggdiifflW all theJgolaljirideli the Aunt Margaret Fisher Jll1rs- C 0 Curtis Was at Clay City Wednesday W E Brynn and son Charley we are lad tosuv isO 1 theiiiend nt thtsiwJltlngl lI W D H Eastins sauL null is in full blast sawing the timber on Win Mastins laud Margaretti4 vuurt18 on u Rev John Ware and G B Leach of M ntro 0 Ourtfs TI1c 1 v1U1tdJdnes1 dnylo 1 i Hooert Ware gave the young folks a hop Friday night A large crowd present and all report n nicetimer Little Creek 1 Mrs All rt Holmaii of Furl nace js yjsiting Mrs Alberf CioW this week v Mr and MrsJohnIJntlritkSo- fWincestervisited Mr and Mrs Henry Ware several days this week Bill SiiimfesselEvert nlr her Robert Heiiry and Fred Ware attended court at Alt Sterling i Monday Mr pad MrsTohn Mclvimtey visited relatives at Alt Sterling last week JI RichardItickett sold to Joe Holmah four steers for lQi William Lnrison sold to Joe Mound nine head of calves for x150 The little IJiuonthsoldUaby of hIlnd Mrs John Burris died AVTednesday night after an ill nesA of only rom djiya of brain fever Burial at Wells graveyard A Remarkable Calf A strange story comes from SnULickstutiqg that a tenyear old boy Willie has found a v1iitecalfontvNugit la a nidis head uml with tits animal as a medium holds coninuinitm with the dead I J t Iit VTown1Prer y F f Sak- r1vo otie iI1IpJmn ioo town of Booneville Kj house Oli Nllbtrry t o iandtiifberbus ipess This prope ty I will sell at a- bu j i eiFonw titer information see W rBuJloc IloonevljjesKy or Is McIntosh Lexington Eastern Ry Effective e t 11902 RSTDOtTNh 92 Nor a llySMILv Lexington s 225 745 Winchester tf10 = 825 f L kl Junction 22 89d Clny Oit58J58 18- Stanton ou4Qu 02a- II Nntilrnl IJrldgY48i 054 II Torrent 440 1Q08 II Beuttyvllle4titj5t11 1020 t ttt il20 Ar Jackson y iO 53 1180 VK8TBupxn No 3 Nol iMly1 JailyexSun t Stations 11o M Jiy Jncksoli 2 25 025 O K Juliet t80 C 20 I BeattyvillgJatt 30 j20 II Torrent r3i47 744 Natural Brjdci 401 801 Stanton V 4110 Srfft II Clnv CitV 480 8a7 LEJunci6 608 010 Winchester 7 520 u 003 lplrNon K- Dii8iolldlliJy exhcpt8andiisAus land 2 Ollllectntn A Exjunction with 0a 0 forMtiSterliiiRiindjocal Kiintti J Noa I 2J and 4connfct nt Beatty lIttyIlledllilyJ COJTGenoogt It MOROAS Sol PabK Ant u RESTAURANT MEflLS fIT ALtfHOURS I lLFresh Oysters and Fish A full Jine offKorejgrtflrtriIoiiifct tic Fruits Oranges Lemony Ha- nanap AppUS tWEtct i r SJAiNeeRSONCJELAY KY i lB E BST- W tttl- SllMoliS lmrdwarc Colt I St Louts Mo will miike rlI It1ftiiis tlurthtt thj section 1llgmj qIIlHlznlIIrh aolaihvilleacidlltluldhltt ilbllst 11110 r-ytCIU CI y fI1111- u 711 l A tiJiuII l t111 sithrI- I rllhIUPIIWithrnltirlr jlPttt unit pertiny i i t- cc tTreesrylt rree5l1 i UKtUJion 41 I Ona FRUIT and O lflLVitSfJ OPAJE VINES SMALL ASPARAGUS SHRUBS and EVE f THING FOR ORCHARD LAWN alld OABOEirt Wa employ no Agents b tlel1 direct Catalogue oaappliogtion Both Phones H F HilleeyerA Son t lXNEcN KY ISO YEARS- EXPERiIENC E r O TiuectiNlls C01YRIGHTS c 8 lenalD 1III8na aeBonplon may wbetberlallIlIyeRt10nLion strietlreonOdtii PAtentl sent free Oldest t l8QllrinlPatent ecelsefpSckNtIti CrraiA oandsomelr Illnstntod elr cnlstlon of any oCle Mo Journal Terms 13 a ar tour months tUdMletl YorkSrancr Hk jo t I TooMuch For the Sheriff An Irish widow with a quck wit one day received u call from a slierill who had a writ to serve on her According tojlie story f the widow siived the day by sonio rapid fire courting whicLtook the sheriff by silprisp when ho called at her house roil begun informal fashion nttnchllWIt1for 01entedu I1roee the sheriff saidI Well J know tis lenp buff prefer to letyou dotheeolirt ing yourself Men are inudl bet tr at that than wonlen 1I111S Phelan this is no time for fooling The justice is waiting I The justice waiting Well then I suppose I must go but the thing is so sudden and besides Id prefena priest to du it 10 Be on Time Vast time or flow time in unknown in u reliably wntrb Vefiiniiinkel ytnlronttbut in Aecurnuyontl puiu quality iuv capping Htpnts to sue lrss lii buipinegH or piHhil sits No pi 11111IIrlllnting n reliable time pitce s that go Iltroyxhmy linndHYwre tinivkeeiiera they iirealtI jv just IIP represents My w irriint is given withevery watch I l11IIIr repair WIUJIJ alieIeweler lay City I 1 uve had occasion to use your BUtkDr ujht Stock and Poultry Med cine and am pltutd to gay that 1 never u good utltfacUon I heartily recom mend It to ill owner of stock JB BELSHER St Louis Mo Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock anymore than sick persons should expect to be by Whenyourstockyand poultry are icine stuff them frith worth stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the possible and Poultry Medicine unloads the bowels and up the torpid liver It cures every malady of taken in time a 25cent can of Stock and Poultry edicine and it will for ten times over Horses work better Cows give more milk Rags gain flesh hens more Jtsolvesthe problem ofmaking as much blood as possible out bf the smallest amount of food con 4sawed Buy a can from your dealer Allll for Sale ISaw eIIizitlehilts hoi nl1l Ki7e Ru iel sawmill Two Kimjle J misht dogs or two duplex will yo with carringi All niuhiner hnioil repnlr Any likEIIlt Katun ClMVCHv Ky y j 1lffi J ttleJp g r f ok WMi d 1 1iI i Dealers l nI r I lPlIPe Drugs PatentMedidnes10i1 1 paints and Etc aPreseriptinns cnreCully ruiapoiimleil null if tie hnvp ntfgit Int you want vijl get it rIll you on short iijticv t tc h d rhi 0 LadyApackaKabtailmplareinedrDrDOUaLA5 LA wonderful remedy urtuK I nseaddressI esDrbiliousness I Invins Hazel Witch Salve for cuts burns sprains bites chapped hands etc wrlteTodyTHEHAZELIlECOj 85 Dean Block South Bond mad I I I ARE YOU- I DEAF uaideaythkgloretockthatgavehalf INOISES c 7 I ALL CASES OF j I HEARINGARE Ibyour newinvention Oniy those boraideaf are uble- I l NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY I F A WERMAN OF BALTIMOKl SAYSr n Md I toyobrtteatmutIwiltnowgiveyaa M worseuatilllestmyaetltatiwilyforeveriawl and prderedyour treat went I thattityouteartllyandbegtoremalaA 1RfA J 7o6 BrOidiruy Balfliaqre Did QNr treretltrehtrfoerrtint1ltetrgta Wltllyolrtufj4 1 FxJ tle lId YUUDAri CURE YOURSEtFAT HOMEstsise5 to ttI 1T 3yAT131ALaU 1L ciNic696LA AUE AYECHICAM ILL + I rt i A 4 r i