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JOI TIMESyI c 4 j fI 11 It W- r 50 Centsatlnrtn W one I y We arc ticre to help Clay Cilikt arronoJing Country anJ Ourselves iIEBurflherlr Publisher t IV ill oJ r i I YOh 73L CLAY CITY tft r U SDAf OCTOBER HO 1902 I NO41 1 t rH Tx ISPA 7T nr1 dt nicrVCClJr y I iWt1 Space it is 4hfroperty of the t I r I NEW 4- f I Iioil J t f It And will keep you posted from week to week irCorrect Current Prices on Everyting you buy Killed in lamb of Croquet fAtFnrnJdiii two weeks ago Finis Kowlnn had just finished a ramie of croqirut anti carelessly pitched the niallet over his left shoulder and Hit Miss Bqsse Row land on the Iliackof the head Bipod poison setyin nnd lifter grit sutteringthe died To Mtfie01faoudds x sp ciufntfhiB wyf ff savs A colicpai r tJIhdcr the IawSofSatifh Dakota us the Kentucky Diamond Miningand Development Cornpany with a capitalization of 5000000 Juts tiled articles of incorporation with County Clerk of Elliott rousts and begun operations a mong the celebrated Dykes in f11eiast1rn1portion of the county A nuiriber of stones have already been discovered Which have been pjronVmriced diamonds h expert 1 Vpjaariespf Bilthnore It is r w aibtiAr polhAtliti1It1Othre1 unl green garnets have been discov l ercd 0 I Irno Mound News is scarce lint lusiSUI1 shine and dry weather is plenti ful The rabbits are ripe arid it is nothing unusual to hear the guns cracking every day Sunday not excepted 4rMuster J K Thomas who is at work for a Mr Nolnnd of Cot tonburg Madison Lint payed his parents Hying visit last Sunday Mrs TL Befryiiian Misses Ollie Stephens Lottie Webber and MessrsTnck Wills Wm Ber rymnn ArthurStephens J H and W S Thomas visited Gaudy Wills family last eihulllX F JI and 1 h ns of IrirAVith thir JawUfustat niecezyvlast Friday and was brouht to this place for hurinl Saturday Ready For Business Ij The firm of Shimfessel S NValdron having been dissolved and tie partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here r I Anice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have nit elegant line of Fall Millinery Yon can he suited here ladies in a Stylishanti neatly trimmed lint if you can bel1l1ywhere1he price for these goods is very reasonable and you should sr e our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Lloaks Jackets S Gapes 4h AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting continuance of same J am st Respectfully yours r H C Shimfessel 1 IiH t A k rte 1 JfEMANCE MFG Go Winchester Ky z forbashSdoor I Ceiling I i 7 Blinds iViiitherboardiiig Felt RoofingI 1 J J l IllatalrwaysStore Frontst ii1c i Send us Your EstimatesT Promt Shipments itt T Si t 91 19 i f f ij y tff 1 Ji r i t Ii fB h- tN 71 Nf lv eY r sr r 1 i7Jposses- sion of the t r recently i 1i- ichusetl ofT 7 1ijiuItuit and will iiui fe have a full store 11111 glnil to see his many frienJlsl Dletl1hor ct 2 l 100 Hiss LlzzieSep tins daurhterof- lltti II A ail l 4 Stephens of typhoid fine deceased leaves It father i oilier brothers and sisters pCWjrt rnluncles and aunts to monrnpiV loss We are proud to oty itierc is one who knows lies nilhhs oily call ed her from the Erialslutd tribulations of this if lher heavenly lun ie there t rewitill he no snore partiii ly t X111 is peace and lhtpltinessr M D i- I1es Cob + is sc t lti4 vicinity ait wnte l j- sly U Il 11011 dt It nteo milch cow frtjin tyiiilird Anes for 2750 Dlr and firs D Howellof this town VIlit t1 he of Mr Joe HJ tH1 fitcreekSunday hiss Pdcie McIntosh of Knowlton Potll uuty has ac cepted the positioners clerk in A D Howells store at Cob Hill Clarence Duller School Supt of Esfill CountyXwas visiting the schools of this eiidlof the county last week WtSare glad to say Mr i tillers us a good Sl x erintendentp F fancily sad- Iee Robinson niwxfamily allof this vicinity moved toHap lcyrhep Estill county near the Jackson county Jino to engage inr the stave business Messrs IT H Howell W E Hpwell W M Sample A D Howell Ed McKtiight mud C H Watson till froiirthis part of Es ItilI were in Louisville last week most of them attended the Grand Lodge v There hits beeiia gentleman in this vicinity leasing land to sink wells for oil and gas and has leased several rnllIsin this part of the county gWle all know there is plentylof gas on top of flier in this but dovnot kUQwhhtquuntityili un der the grpunUXSb W D Ednrilir sold a nice milk cow tqWffi Darrell for 85 iI Nit Known1 OE- 7At LoxingtojiKOircuit Judge Parker pWu vigorous charge tOth6 jury limiinnhllnrl ifii iuivestigateA B Ohiiuf =Helconiniented at length V tP tt Ii J t r rJ j I 1y 1 41 ji A s 4 Year i t public respect for the laws In the course of his remarks he said If every spot where a titan has fallen by the hands of violence were marked by a cross Lexington would resemble a city of the dead as much as a city of the living Out Of Deaths Jaws When death seemed very near from a severe stomach nnd liver trouble that I had suffered with for yeurs writes P Muse Durham N C Dr King New Life Pills I saved my life and gave perfect health Best Pills on earth and only 25c at I Clay City Lbr it Stave Co I Opportunity Master of human destinies am J Fame love and fortune on my footsteps wait Cities and fields 1 walk I pen I etrnte Deserts affil seas remote and- paaitig Byn 1 Hovel nail martj and palace soon or knock unhidden once at every II gate I If sleeping wilkeif feasting rise before 1 turn away It is the hour of fate And they who follow me reach I every state everyfoeSave death but those who doubt or hesitate Condemned to failure penury Iand woe Seek mo in vain and uselessly im I plore- II answer not and I return no more Exchange Americas famous Deputies Look with horror on skin Eruption Blotches Sores Pimples They dont liavo them nor will any one who uses lUieklcnn Arnica Salve It glorifies the face Kexeina or Salt Rheum vanish before it It cures sore lips chapped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25c at Clay City Lbr C Stave Co Ooes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist C T Smithof Davis Ky is Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I have known it tOFIL VI suffcrel from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy Mother rely on it best pliysicinrif prescribe it and Clay City Lbr Stave Co guarantee satisfaction or refund price Trial bottles free Regular sizes50c and tn f Hopkins in ElliotttThe lion Nn Hays of Pine viUe and tljo lion F A liop F Sn r t 1 kins Democratic candidate for Congress spoke at Sandy Hook Elliott County to a large crowd Mr Hopkis spoke in the open air as the court house would not hold the crowd He was surrounded by about an acre of people who lis tened patiently for more than one hour and cheered him to the echo Elliott county will give Mr Ilopkis the biggest majority ever rolled up for any Democratic nominee His Life In Peril- I just seemed to have gone all to pieces 11 wrtes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame buck hod 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 can eat anything have gained in strength and enjoy hard work They give vigorous health r ruhxmiwj+ peop J ry t In II uw at Clay City Lbr f Stave Co eeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeIt The Balance Wheel I Look inside your watch n moment 2 The Iwlanto wheel is tanking 18000 2 vibrntlons nn hour if Its in good condition If the movement is slug 2 girth theres somothing wrong It w 2 will movo 11558 miles III a your nnd 2 requires less than onetenth of n drop 2 of oil to mnko it run Hut it needs 2 that little badly rue least degree W 2 of friction on the bearings nltsS till notion Dont tnkichnncos Lot 0 2 me clean nnd oil llnelflit your wntch 2 e in order for a pay und satisfy yo- uFVEBB 2 the Jeweler 2 CLAY CITY eeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeNot Loaning money on Farms or up proved teal Estate is one of till methods by which a financial insti tution like ours makes n profiit Yes our own depositors do get a preference Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky IllOFKSBIOXAI CARDS hlhPN1414M NM14Iy4I11MhdN144h R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY rl B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY fi I 4 1 fWJI Ir f THE TIMES runLtsnsn EVEIIY TIiUllsAY- J i t E Hurflher Jr Publisher l Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in aJ vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday October 30 Ifl02 CLUB RATES For tile convenience of bur sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices helow tnentfnned The TIKES am- iCouriefJournal 6100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 u Home and Fnrm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT jttnGi We are authorized to nnnounceT M BENTOX of Clark county ns n cnndidnto for Circuit Judge In the 25th Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party OOMMOXWKlIrnH ATTORXEV Ware authorized to announce B A CnUTcnEit of ns a candidate for Commonwealths Attor ney for the 21th Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party CIRCUITCLERIC We are authorized to announce 3Ir W T STRIXGER of ns a can didate fox the offlco of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce 3Ir Morgan It LVIE candidate for Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held Dec 0 1002 r There can be no doubt says the Jtfhiladelphia North American I thatsthecostof liviirgvill react the top notch this winter Goal is already at prohibitive prices for many The prices of many table commodities are soar ing The cost of coal has little or nothing to do with prices of meats and groceries Meat is high because fodder was scarce during the summer and because the meat trust has decreed nn increase Cereals 0 are high because the food crop outside of wheat was not large The price fcf canned vegetables will be from 10 to 20 per cent higher than last year Potatoes green vegetables lull fruit are cheaper than lust yearThe cost of flour sugar coffee nod tea remains about what it was Flour mid sugar tyro the products of industries controlled by trusts and the relatives costs of otherarticles consumption seems to affect them not at u11I Coffee and ten are imported from countries where the cost of coal cuts no figure 0 The solid south is often re ferred to on account of its never failing to go Democratic Down there they attend to their biz Theygo and votejust as enthusias tically and as regular where they have no opposition as if they lind- a i strong rival party This is how they manage to keep tile 4solid south Democrats of this Congressional district take pattern go to the polls the 4th of Novem ber and vote In Saline County Ill they are mobbing and using every effort to rid their county of the negro Notethe contrast In Scott toun ty Ky last Aveek a negro was elected chairman of the Republican convention over J H St Olalr assistant postmaster DonHfetforget the election Tree = day 0 1r i j 5fW o d SPOUTSPRiNG John E Burgher hits moved to Clay City- Several from this place attend court at Winchester Monday The election though but one week flit is not creating mud excitement Mr mid Mrs Grant Elkin of Vienna visited J H Dinvsoi and wife Sunday J W Dawson and familyo Millerss Creek were guests of relatives in town one lily lust weekMiss Callie MoKihney isspend inn a week or so with her sister Mrs Mima Niblack near Win Chester 1 Joe King and wife of Wades Mill visited Mr Kings father J Lyman King the latter purl of last week- JoeBurgherand fumilof Irvine visited his brother John Burgher and family Saturday and Sunday Sunday is the regular meeting day at the Baptist Church und we learn there will be two 01 more ministers present The wife of Rev Thomas Stin nett formerly pastor of Kim brells Chapel Methodist church died Oct 10 at Caney Morgan county T Dillard Snowden hits trailed his farm near this place to his fatlierinlaw Win Silo vden for a place on Hurdwicks Creek He has moved to his new home W E Bryan of Virden who has been so low with fever was here Sunday still looking weak Mr Br m has numerous well ti lsbmgffrlends iiittlrsltbld + oljl- Iret3ldtnrn f v A reward of 25cash is offered b persons interested forthe conviction of the parties who si disgracefully shot up the windows and doors to Jaksons Chapel meeting house Chas W Miller u former res ident of this county and who ran for Representative the Demo cratic ticket three years ago ir this district has purchased a handsome residence in Losing ton The property cost 0fl 0 and was sold under the hammer and is said to be a bargain Deputy Collector J T Short made a raid on Buck creek this county last Wednesday night nut captured complete moonshine still and 1100 gallons of beer The operator of the still Jack McKinneywas captured and took to Richmond anti lodged in jail to await trial in the FederalI Court Genet J H Mullens andwifeof Bow envisited Martin and family last Saturday and Sunday G A Orabtree the champion sugar mill mat leas about completed making all the cane here abouts Uncle George never does things by halves The wild cat squalleth and the owl hooteth but if jack frost makes another visit we will soon have utates and possum A company drilling for oilon the Josoph Cogswell faro iieai the Raglund oil fields of Bath county struck at a detph of about 75 feet a vein of fine can nol coaL The vein is 12 feet thick The oil company is in n quandary as it oily lo sedtho oil and gas privileges and 1tis claimed has jio control of the coal vein tMJj II There soCatarrhrt in this section of tKo eoiuilry than all other diseases jirgether and until the last fey years vas uppoped to be incur bl Por n g maiiy years doctqrs pronounced it w Ihaldisease and prescribed local remedies and by fonstaritliiiling to curl with focal trentmen Ullctd it in curable proven catarrh to be a constitnXJonal disease rand therefore requites constitutional treatment Catarrh Cure inanufactur Jt by tJ Cheney Co Toledorfhn is the onlycon stituonal cure bn the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful Itaetsdl rectly on thefblbod and mucus surface of the 8tlm They offer Oll- ehundnd 1 any case it fails to cureStn for circular and teetimouinlsgtAddress T Cheney di CoTu ledo Mliin ffeiilil livnrin ffiRt7nK hull s Family Pills are the best r AH RlckneM letoiietped bydtaeiM germs These germs are In thealtjwe breathe In the Water we drink In the food we eat and our bodies are toll ot them AnydlAorder of the blood stomach WillijlutTo germs killed KingSRo1Oermeteur13A Taken InternallTH goes into the blood and through alt the pores In the body absolutely kill lug the germs ofdtaease There is no other medicine like Itand hence thousands of its cures seem almost likemiracles It has thousands of Indorsements like the following KILLS 08RMS OF MALARIA Cnnsss Ant July 28 tOOtI Malaria cAnnet exitt where Kings bursameteur la used VA CURES KIDNEY UBLB AND IND10ESTION 11gal LUUK Oi Apr 4 1901 Kings r leteur has done me mow good ne than trouble ny dalgr3lonII In likenfew sum since taklag t boltles CJWAM eeywheiroOnoBott1eilt t direct- from neLabpratory address GEORGIA MED INE CO IIAIUffl5V1YJ fA rw MACHINE SHOPPCV ALL Ifr1DS OF Machine Repaired WP Kee Stock Steam FittPSfJJelting Hose WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Ejngines In 3 5 8and1p hhrpepowej The best known power or fnrmere and others The pieii onwhiNiTthls plferl printed li driven by a HaginEngino L TO ra SHAGAN WIKOIXITI Z- YConsump Cured tewEasl FilipinoliVlethpd tj aA eiildterEtthti two years in the Philippine disclwNredand brought home w Certain ctiro for Con mption onu all lung co- wplaintPart Mare anil proof free frpin j 11 C0 RP iL80Nli t Ca art Texr rii I At r 1 ry t Eyes tested free and glasses ar cite of ely fitted W T Webb Some tulle ngo Ute Deinocrntic Committee of this judicial dis met ordered a primary for November 18 to select candidates for Circuit Judge and Common- Wealths Attorney The Com mittee fixed Saturday October 25 ns the time by which allen tries should be made There be iii no candidates except Judge J M Benton of Winchester and Ben A Crutcher of Nicholas vine nominees of the party 1 For JOe in stamps will mull nfull trialof Wilsons Tobacco Cure Neyer falls Write to Corp Wil son Culvert Tex CAUSE r t TAKE JCOTICE I Wy gallery wi111ecI6E about- the 16 of Oct for a time 3Iy health compels this action and nJlpe onHjwanting work In the photograph line mustcome at Ota Dont watt until I am forced to close up Come now and ye me tirnetodo you justice ns wUIS myself 1be lleve lean do i+ u an rood workany body slid iuy prices ore in wench i of all Come now us I must close at above date because my health will not allow me to stay any long er Respectfully J W Ill x1Y ilSend J2c In stamps amt get full t f trial treatment of WilBonB Mor 0 phine Cure Corp Wllfon Cil vert Tex 1 f A tI p For that- et MIloFeeling r i J s wear garments 1imadetoorderci Strauss BrosAmericas Leading Tal- loreChicagoGood clothes contribute mnrh to happi ness You gain the point In Strauss Bros made garments Theyare nude scientifically rto your exact measure by highly skilled tailors In clean sanitary shops Kvery detail from first to last given the minutest attention the result being garments distinctly above the ordinary and absolutely oatiafactory You will wonder how It ran be dime rtthelow prices imotcd tall and sae our line of 500 samnlns ofchoicest now wool ins IMffAGE iSON Clay City EFFECT t a 1 Sr i w r i y v J a MAUPPINCLAY r l v Blacksmith Woodworknmn f Horseshoeing a SpeoialtyJLocated inthe Eaton shop at the old race crossing ta c i a The Whitest White Cake hvj The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit T 4 Ago IudC vhconi9cutiN i PearlITake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY i Sold by our LiadhiK 111 rehantst 1S 2 r J w zw a- I 1 JFiBBTonsorial 1 CLAY QTY KY 4aee Ulenn Shivvu fushlpiiublu Hair Cuts 3huinpnoin anrtnil s kinls of Hiilr Tonics Yoif jvjjlnl vuysfnd kten razors tliidclenn j toWeld T 1 x c rI 1 f vor I Laundry Agency in Connection i l 2f Dontfalato geahmaoall t f f iII ka x I t p tR r fJf t i j THIL4wT11MES6 r i AN ALL 11i11CG11 t L1 LiPA Nit THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1902 LOCAL MEVJT1ES t Itr 7 nhlrdu is 13nfloweeu or All 8mints dayc1Y 1 J Jr Sirs JB EaftM isA spend fiij thciweekiii I dfsiiflr Mrs D Tqmwasflhoppinj ia Mt Sterling yesterday B Hall was in St Lou k i inmost wweCl nn lusiness tnle F siqnv J WnuH1 Wisemah andJohn W Tuttle of Sjuns iEstill county wire hero Mohdayv a 4iSliss Ellzatiytttuigesf djWghterof WL Jackson of lights Mill is vory low with foyer Elder J T TurpinSvas ill town Monday eliroute home from his meeting At Fjlson Saturday and Sunday Judge Webb and John Challin Jare attending theJprand Kmilitl tliiffs oalley this Thus 11 iauulIsJVthe well r knowirtimber dealer of Irvine was in town the lirstof the week on business Miss Yauglin who hams been visitfug her cousin Miss Lizzie Mizc the pastfow wVeeRs return e ell homo yesterday Teuchersti lustltilte 1s insesslun tit Stantont- lFigi l 1titllrot Lewwis o htLlu g ti1utstBl 4ltrts i The water in the reservoir of a of the V lychester W liter Works l 4 luis become so low all street sprinkI1IhusbeendisiuntinuedTlll Christian ciiurch continues with great interest The services will- IikelyLontlude withthe meeting Ito1t Barnett Co have purchased of A Mountz boundary of tim her on idardwioks Creek for 1 uOOl The timber vill be worked up at once I I yohnspainted one is on thoeleetrie light plant and the other is over the office tend store 1 4 Noali Ruse who is in the em plugof the Kentucky Lumber inHeirsthrel ulotved tlJ thin poiiit f The Methodist Church has re i ceived a new supplyof hymn i fIf books The label f ed and it is bopedtnnt thotf will a l rtrit Hie churcli I l iilttjrfoio l Uockrill for isatJacf I ii resulted3opkrellJ III The U Hallte Mfg Ccwillro build their pltuiil1pmil1 at Will Chester i of that j 1 place luis e eulpfAitheir plant from taxation for five years or r t Tlje members qf the Powells f Valley Baptist Church will give i it box supper at that place on n W i Friday night before the Second t Saturday in November for the 1 i benefitdf the church J rI f hhe erect1I1 pjH1 efPleshytea rituit Jnld will fi tin t lIJQ 1 t 1 i II i c I 1f r I 1 a t building is to lio tine of the iiic eSt chtirch houses in town whe- cOI1Iplcted and its hoped to get it liiiisliedin a few months Dr B Littlepage is attending tho Jiieetitig ot the Kentucky Vrtlley Medical Association which ntBeattyvilleollicers will come up at this meet illg Slept Frank IV Tracy happen edt the misfortune of losing his residence together with the most of his household effects by betweeni12O insurance 700 y From allevidence we can gather we are Inclined to believe that some are not holding a strict observance of thq game lute which does not allow the kill ingof quail until November 15 and all gtiilfy persons should be prosecuted When you wake up with a bad taste in yotif month go at once to any dealer in patent medicine nod get a free sample of Clnunberlains Stomiich and Liver Tnblet One or two doses will make ou well ThlYultlll cure biliousness sick headache and constipation John M Kennen is having an eightit l tiling lad along 8th live front 10th st to the river Tbis will be of great value to that portion of town and his ex ample in improving his lots on this street should be followed by other property owners of the town Win Mouiitz Jn who has been a compositor in the ijJiES office for the past s yen months fins res eed antLgono to I exing- tntitaktit ClI1 ese course jn Smiths Commercial School Mr Mountz is a deserv iiijc fund splendid young man who has our best wishes Died at his home near West Bend Friday of typhoid fever James Daniel aged fiftyone years The funeral was preach ed at the family residence by Eld Rupard and the remains were bu vied at the old Zadock Kidd place Winchester Democrat Get a tied eauiplu of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets from any dealer in patentrtiiedicine They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than hills Then their use is not followed by consti patient as is often thu case with pills Regular size 25eper box r Clay Gaitskill Dr SihlSE ins jrastin Talbott Q F Clay Jr Howard Moore aiufHenry Brat ton all of Bourbon couilty iiom pnse u merry ctfmpingparty that is stationed near Virden for a weekor so While here time company will spend the time in hunting fishing and etc Mrs Mahalia Curtis of Springfield Colo who is vTsitiiig did lcnttlcl yfrJends had t very delicate rtnd saved operation perforjned on her in Winches te i week4 y jDrSr Browne The operation whs successful dhapatiantis getting along nicely and will soItre overi i i Baseball In pataf Result W DaWvilTor Lucien Oaldwell BulfeVeB probably fatal wound wtiilbvplayihgbasoball He was hit qn the head by a ball thrown by one of the loading twirlors of the Perryvijle tearfi and the physicians believe his skull is fraqt ured r IThe busiest man is not always the nloet ipdustrious ono a rr Tjryes p Did lose For a W4elt Heart Fub1e Baf fledlDoctorst W DrMi art Cure and Nerilir ured Me There is nothingOre necessary to health youIfwhen you wentto Wdi there is an affection of the nerves plalnlipresent If heart is weak or is an tendency In that direction weakeoed nerves will soonjo affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonne which quiets the nerves id that cone and it quickly re stores the weakenednerves to health ad greatbloodtion of the heart enrlthes the blood and im proves the clrcu Some mas suffering severely with heart troublCA times heart would- seeminglyatop beating and at others it would Yet fait Three to four hours sleep each in ten months was all I could get One week In last September I never cloj d my eyetAI got Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure at drug store in Lawrence burg after in medi cines and doctors inLouuvillc Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg ajid in three dayi haTe derived more benefit gotfromrlithedevu to mar velous power contained in ur remedies CreekKyI List bottle Dr Miles Remediesssend for free hook on Nervtmr and Hedrt Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical CoJ Elkhart Ind A Woo Travelers 1 Tlip xci temenfincident to travel ing and charigeM food nnd water often brings onwinrrboen nnd for this reason iio one should leave home withouta bottle of Chamberlains Colin Glio era and Diarrhoea Remedy lo by all dealers in patent niece e I HPA in a mild form hasbrohenutnfFordNo nsosprending isnppreheiidQdtl8trlofen hPraIris 12 Henderson tri t tt of this place was tttrlcktm wit pnrtisl paralysis und completely lostilhe use of one arm and side Aftebeing treated by an eminent pby for quite a while without rj fmy wife recommended ChaSberluins Pain Balm and niter slog two bottles of it lie is aluioftrentirelv cured co R Tognnlicounty W Va very ipiriiirkable cured ofpnrlial paralysis have been effected by rhe use of this liniment IqMs meet widely known however as a cure for rheu mlt tom sprains and bruises For sale by all dealers In patent medi cine GrittersKJcipeinKy J f Octobeffl8 1002 I Mister editer times t1 I am gitteuluinwhat tamer- sIce I rote yerji have seed one oil them are pfecinc counters what mister White has got out I wont down tO the Spring too wauter ntiuiewliaud thar set a man ses i top o the mornin to yet Sezllejlibwdyses i eJIsea hetTim Finnigan ses i vats yor hiznes2sea he i am lookin arouu to se how men ny gout square republicans i lIen find ses i whatfed ses he to voat fur nlisterVhiteses i thatletsmeoufci seB he vats ypr Polly ticks sesiradical wen i voatV sesjio we raddi Viv nntl repuhlnstar sinoni mans ses dojjjt yer giy me the sinonimans snatjSpat lTwo licks i hit Him a i ho hit the group he got upftii sod sump thin bout flll t batter and muterd sumptI j bout goin to bowmen to See sqTretpwnsin an gita peasb l paperwith r1tel on it lotem kutnTilholatclvstring lpon thelotsidfiuiPolly nil iA I t- a 1 time chillen is Qethern waliuts ah i hay biznes upa Rulgwood COTTON r Jon In the Circuit Court at Paints ville Levi lenllin ton was given one year in the penitentiary for stealing a ham of meat Ho is seventyeight years of ago and is the oldest person ever sent to th pen from eastern KentuckyI Some women are goodlooking until after they find it out Olatedlthe als- oLion Coffee perfectlyI r nsa I Still nThe Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them right nnd they can depend upon everything they needat living prices We want you produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We are now coducting a store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous and fair dealing us at the main store i f WeAre In The Timber Business heavy and are buying all the and tiffs section that money can buy market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded l C If f t Ibon tTFe until you see us Twill pay you Remember full storesat both places Ae E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY SROUTSPRINC- KENTUCKY A Typical South African Store 0 Jl Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Capo 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 fron the nearest town Mr Larson stays I am favored with the custom of farmers within u rudious thirty miles to many of whom I have supplied Cham berlains remedies All testify to their value in a where a doctors advice is almost out of the question Within one mile of my store the population is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelve months no less than have been absolutely cured by Chamber lains Cough Remedy This must surely be u record For sale byall dealers in patent medicine Sylvester Haulcey a prominent Metod 1st preacher of Wolfe coun ty died at his home on Stillwater Blood poison hud set up from an old sore and it was necessary to amputate the leg Mr Haulcey lived about four hours after the amputation Some men never give up until Lifter they break down V t 41a Some Coffees r why arent high priced Mochas and Javas glazed delicious flavor t- raluUru getting general treatment Tanlmrk Railroad Tiesjn at houshold fourteen M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six Jays inthuveek Fresh Ground BolteJ Mcal always on hanJ Grinds for onesixth tole J Negro Burned J At Muirs Station qmintoxica ted negro entered a sectoin house 3 and soon thereafter the house was discovered to bo on fire Time negro could not get oilt and was burned to deatlm- Chamberlains Cough Eemoy Saved Hit Boyi Lif- ehI believe I saved my nine year old boys life this winter with Chamberlains Cough Remedy 8avs A M Hoppe Rio Creek Wis He was so choked up with croup that ho could notsJcakglve it to him freely until he vomitedand in a short time ho wns all right Fprsale by all dealers in patent medicine w Mavfield is to have a shoe and boot factory A company lilts been incorporated for that par pose TIKE Winchestel BanknC- oaeoRtTRn K H WixiiEKsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 tlc solicit them counts of individ uals firms and corporations 542 I Courierjournal I 2 IMES A VGGJ 1 104 TIMES A YEAR COURIEROURNAL in the United States for Democrats and munyJSemiWeeklies Henry WattersonEd itor The Wednesday issue is devoted to News the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements You can get THE TIMES And th- eTwiceaWeek ConrierrJournal i Both one Year for Only One Dollar onlyAll tion offer must be sent through this office e 1TheI I COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS cltaloglndattend one of our schools now WE CAN TEACH YOU Bookkeeping and Shorthand successfully BY MAIL WheelingCharleston W Ya WB ELLIOTT Prest The LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT Is the Only Daily Democratic Paper Published in The SLUE GRASS REGION It is especially devoted to the interests of the 1emncratioparty nod jives all the news without fear or fuvor Subscription price 500 a year or IS cents n feet by carrier W PWaltoneditor and fUnager LEXINOT9NK- YJoe4 oylt fAgt Cloy City I t Virden GD Cook was at Indian Fields Tuesday on business There was a good ruin fell here Monday which was very much needed T S Curtis was over Tuesday androports the opossum crop to be good He said they were ripe and ready to pull every time he could get a chance The camp here is well repre sented this week with the Bourbon sportsmen They are enjoying themselves chasing Mr fox and picking ripe rabbis Mr Gid Spencer while at work at Eastins saw mill got his right hand caught in the saw cutting his thumb and two fingers off Dr Williams was called and dressed the wound Mr Spencer is getting along very well Snow Creek Albert Wood has a very severe attack of typhoid fever Charley Dawson bought of Jno Adams a horse for 0000 H H Vivion made a business trip to Winchester Friday Several from here attended court at Winchester Monday- J G Vivion has purchased of Mart Kupard cow for 2750 Thos Wood sold to Mt Sterling parties one mule for ldo- Blufprd Fox of Ruckerville was here Wednesday on busi ness Severnl from here witnessed the ball game at Spout Spring Sunday evening 1tIissiT osi P the guestofmJissTihie Viill air urday night and Sunday Charley Puckett who has been very low with fever we are glad to state is some better H T Derickson one of the candidates for Circuit Clerk was in our midst Wednesday A prayer meeting has been or ganized at Log Lick and will meet each Sunday night The meeting is well attended Thos Wood who has been confined to his room for aeveral months with fever we are glad to state is able to be out again Miss Flora Vaughn entertain ed several of her young friends Saturday night Among those present were f Misscs Josie Daw son Emma Wood Sallie Gravett Sarah Greene j Messrs Thos Ogden Jr Green Stone Ollie Dawson Harley Green Charlie Wood Henderson Vivion A man may not have the ability to earn what he eats at all times but a willingness to do so excuses the omission Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY linaie FOR A SItath Ir011d IUe GIShlt PHONOBBAPK TypiAYrlll Telsgrap wWILBUB R SMITH LEXINGTON KY tesponrittCOMMERCIAL ExpodUoaRefers taelaStnjTuiflonrthand TypeWriliDg 4Talegrapby8podithia uDcI4r1awardedQrmdoatMiaecwto onlyWILBURR oo TownPro For si1eITwo houses end lots iri the town Of Booneville KsI Orid house on Main street andthe other on Mul berry 8treetD at the head rth irounhJlber bas iness This nt u low price Foi ffmi r imfornmtion see W U BulJocl Bponeville Iyr orN McIntosh KyRLexington 1Eastern Ry Effective Sefi 11902 RABTnouxn i 2 No 4 DallyStntJonsLv Lexington vriJ 745- I Winchester I o 82 L l E unction 2J 837 I h 3ta t0 I n 03 Stanton4tiJ6 I OM lOOa I n 1t20 TorrcntoI 1120- Ar Vi 1180W- E8TBOUN1 No No 11 Unily Dally fix Sun 1 AM StlltiOI11IP 2 023 o U lJl1C tine 20 II T 4o14 Natural Bridgc 4ni 8 QL Stnntoii 0 8R41 Chew Cltv Maii 6 T a 4 LE uncti6ia08 1 IOX Ow34tArLexington NosOnnd4 nrnklilseculilect tt sir Cnnnel Cityandrpointsontlai Q SiK Division daily Sunday I I and 2 connect nt Joie K Junction tyfyty 0 A O forMtSterlingandlopul HrlttylIIeville dully excel tS Jldny SenTTIAct u RESTAURANT MEflLS fIT ALtWoURS FreShOy ttpnd Fish A full lineof Iome tic FruitlOran s lnI IUPtn tn tI plIII 1 IJIIf lC iIsJ AND ARSON h C4i yCl1Y IY- f tIi i I If E YiSTr Sliuioos E Ildv8re COOl St s Mo avlllmakereuulnt thrnuh tlii section itIizdwhim Louisville FrtjhtIJt1 hhnnFes Clay City Hotel J II EAIrup Tablf tltlPlit WI ihi ilirbest th miirkert affoidH JEervthiiiK neii and clean Rat s SlOOperday Trees rj Irrco1 1y the IfI IFRUIT and OBKilpirTAT GRAPEVINES SMALL A8PABAOBS SHRUBS and EVE aJpCINp FOR OB dUwe btitaelt N direct Catalogue on appUoaJi1othPhonea H F Hillerim r Son LEX1 1tilKY o YEARS FERIENCE TKADC MARKS GH BIQHTS AC mayputcklfmeanaa tlou Mrt My oonfldentl koaf tenti rasetTspMOatneHae Uk rtehiIadIomelTIIIDltntOQl y T ratt qr IVrm a IMT 1 tour montluItta MeaIB 301 k Ollloe GlU 1 It is tint s vnnicli hi tlio quun tits or quality as in the manner of its Ufie flint inoney i8goodor hud Modern Printings Which we do at s Modern Prices Has an individuality About it that commands Attention Ii Lets Talk itOver On that next order of Printing you need We can make it Betioiicial to you Try Us once I rjmfs frj ft e A AA I Beon lime Fast lime or flow time in unknown in a rflinlilt wntt h11e can make vdlir watch reliable or fnrnfch you one Ibul if Amirncy and punc tuality are stepping stones to sat cess in business or Huciul lift No permn run alForil tll endinifrcr an impirtHMt npiointinr 11lict own Ing a reliable time piece Wutehfp that go ihiui ithtuy hands ore tiintkeeinrii tlu v are hlwHjv iupt an M vnrnuit ic given with every watVli 1 sell or repair JoUBlTlwTlwthr Clnv Citv 1 Mrs LaufS Webb I Vce Dento crntlc ClubB of Sorttieru OklotI dreaded the change of WM fait approaching I noticed WineJof1 to try a tic I experienced tome relief the first 10 kept on taking It for three months now I menstruate with no and I shall take It off andjqn now until I have passed the Female disordered menses of Qte womb and ovarian tro lesdo not wear off fhexfollow awoman to the notVait buttakeWino of Canlui now and avoid the trouble j Wine of Cardul never fails to benefit a suffering woman of + Wine of C relieved Mrs Webb when she was ger When you come to the changeIof life Mrs Webbs mean more to you than it docs now But you 111ft now avoid lhetsuffering she endured Druggists er 81 bottles of Wine of Cardui t INEOFCARDUJJ Ii Saw Allll for lOne 25hpAtbiK engine and boi her and medium size mill Two single knight dugs or two duplex will go with earring All ttiiivhtnery in good repair Any one winlriiig to buy ail outfit like this cull on or nddresn IJ H sauna Clay City Jy i IDiJmi1 1 it k1jalti ff AiIoJ Wrd iV s rr 1i ft Dealers I n i Pure Drugs PatentMediClnesr Xjk Paints and Etc e Prt RrlptinnlllflTlfllll v toinpoiuiilfi nil if WH have not gnt wlht you want will get it fur you on fhort notice y IJo Free to UZELINCfwhichthoUBaDdsWe will send a package FRED to curlug ayaulfer woo sends her nameand addre a A letter 11111 reliefyou Enclose xu Stamp 9 troublesDrbiliousnessbiteschapjiedWrrt Today THE HAZELHE CO 85 Darts Block South Bend lid r ARE YOU DEAF flUj is ANY HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF t DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING CURABLEby + IMMEDIATELYHP A WERMAN OF ALTIMORKIAYS BAlTlMOkn Md March jo loot ro0aAbout fire righnearbegaatoslagandthlskeptoggetttngworseunnlItast-my heiriDglnthljearcnttrely treatmeDt for catarrh for Ihree months without an success consulted enum 4 i methatonlythen cease but th In the ear be fort forever I then saw yolir14vcrtilemcntlcddentilly In a New York paper and ordered your treaty andtoday 1y andbel to remlln Very truly F f AwMRMANT3QB BroadwayBaltlmoreMdrOur treatment dose not ereMtk your occ E I isminttionau advice free pain weakness falling Sale Russell should inteif YOU CAM CURE Ylll H4WAIII1 s ailaalqy INTERNATIONAt AURAL CLIWC 516 LA JMLLE K i c41ICAIIILL- J 1 kr IJ CS S r t t i