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II a t T + 7 1C r Tt e a r J JLt1 1 1 a If f 1 4trv I 4 clit++ fY i tr I i 1 i c THETIMES I r X k r 50 Cents a Year In Advance We arc here to help Clay CityilK SwroiiiiJing Country and Ourselves I E Burgher ilr Publisher r0 a tw YOh8 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MAY J4 1903 NO 20 Result of The Primary The State primary passed off quietly everywhere Saturday and from present indications the following will be the Democratic ticket to vote for this full For Governor J 0 W Deekham jfur Lieutenant Governor W P Tliorne or Aud- Itor S W Hnger for Treasurer Jl M BoHworth for Attorney General N B Hays for Secretary r of State H V McCheaney for Superintendent of Public Instruction J II Fuqua for Com missioner of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland for Clerk Court of Ap peals i J M Chinn The vote in Powell was very light Following is the official counts Beckham 187 Thome 80 Renick 09 Hagar laO Ohcn cult 26 Bosworth 125 Griffith 25 Richardson 26 McOhcsney 121 Julian 80 Hays 05 Mitch ell 72 Carroll 0 Sugg 2 Watt 08 Fuqua 30 Watkins 18 Ar nold 71 Hedger 03 Frazee 27 Vreeland 104 Chinn 104 Greene 48- Esstill Shiners in Trouble Again- J C Mullins and W T Short revenue officers raided a moonshine ftillin Estill county oh Ross creek and captured the operator John MqKiinnoy and destroyed a quanti ty of Whiskey Some of the crowd fifed on theoiflcerd butinfeither of therwsshurti rlt t i i on t r 0 lit emu hlo c1erQfOal DavahVl seiitefcced to the penitentiary for thirteen years Slier Nominated IAT Siler of Whitley county by the Republicans in convention at Paris last week on the 20th ballot for Railroad Commissioner in this dis wasIwellknown to all Ulay City peo pleAt one time the vote of the county was contested This was before it was observed who was casting the vote but when Garrett stood up and his Ethiop ian appearance viewed Chairman GW Gourley at once recognized him and without another pro test from the delegates Siler the nominee is n school mate of Prof Eobarik they having attended college at the same time and was county Superin tendent of schools of Whitley the term before the last Something a little unusual a bout this convention is the fact that the chairmdnof this convention G W Gourley owns a news pztper and R B erryT T Wilson and A It Dyclie are also newspaper men Thus the Re publican itors seemed to fa vorites with this convention Irvines New Paper- S i The initial number of the Es till County Herald camqout last Thursday fc R J Wjiite is the publisher The sheet is a seven I mn f fQlionyre LIy print h 8 o gn U1p o vimfY nth E8tiihcapital The paper is consistently Democratic and should receive the united support Re 4oar Business The firm of sliimfessel Waldron hawing been dissolved and the 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 liege A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept me and sold at close prices I have ant elegant lino of 5 Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish find neatlyS trimmed Hat if yoq can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should speourline before buying We are closing out a nice o f Cloaks Jackets 6c Crapes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock H nk n the public for past patronage and earnestly r soliciting continuance of sanie T am Respectfully yours I n I C Shiinfesselir t i lrwAKCG MFG Go 1 Winchester Ky f I WeiMaqufacturesI Sash FtoarI IIg If floort CeilnLlBuilding Paperr tf lilirids tt iWeatherboarding Felt Roofing ynran ll8jPlckets Flintoid Roofing f I Stairways Sbingiesand Eta and Etc Store Fronts v M f f ilb r liT n taSend us Your Estimate r t I rrrotnt Shipments I I Iij ri r of every cttizeiiitt tie county The young e hgjf is both capa ble and worthyifevery respect and best of allv it home boy If he receives jfalf the support he deserves Rl jiVt Ii jilS due hint in his undertaking me will make a crowning succesgioftllo venture False Report The reporttufJ Ewen a deputy r hitt who was standing by Actor ey JU Murcum when he wits asstated had been bushwhacked tpo e as false as half the reports sent pi tirom the notorious county i wj l TA LairgeFlih augh- tLoui8Brad1e t the most- successful fisl of Powell comity landed len last Thure day whlchwo nearly 10 pounds Tlnsi largest fish caught fromR rJer for some time 1t SurpasseVpreathitir A wellknownLotlisyllleminister has made tlieVQtwtlul statement that during this p t ten years more than 300 murder nadbeert commit ted In Lpuisyllliijdin thatime- not a single nn ml hUs been ex ecuted If i Curt Jettwa reltlin Madison on theelu fatssassinat- ing J B MIfIC ll lS no in- Anil at iuche 5 If wf- at n Lexington Erj ayfor the inni tier of his wife laskfeuinmerIV Furnace Garden making tthe order of the day Id Farmers are week in their fields aIblythIS Born to C M Faught an eighWwSboyi Roscoe NoVklr4l suffering this week with a boil oreflfis lip Claude Newkirknttended church at Rodgtrs ChapelHSunday Mrs AllenShouse was the guest of Mrs Sherman Abney Saturday Miss Mary Howell is visiting her grandmother MrsrJ W NeAvkirk Mrs J P Case and childrenJ spbnt Thursday with Mrs N P Wierman A number of young people of Cottage Mountain spent Sunday at the State Rock nearhere J Mix John McKnight of Cobb Sundaywithhis Mr C Tipton our hustling over seer is doing somer splendid work FltchjburgMeeftrg George RJythe and Oscar Newell of Mille s Creek are visit tit their cousin Master John New kirk this week S Mr Vm Wittiof Irvine on of the most promihentand popular Republicans in tlcounty and a geqtleinani in v was seen on our streetsFrfday moriijiig Quite a vnumber ofiyoung1 friends spent Sunday at the home of Miss MabelNewkirk 4yThe following yverepresent a Biddie and ldrtie Billings + drrlaHolman Ad dieFrarfer MinnievLyle and Eth- elMcl 1glit yt- S I rj f il SaI l n THE Racket 1 Store Owing to the recent Illness of my entire family I have been una Ito serve the good people of Powell Estill and adjoiningcounties as I would have liked to have done As we are now all able to to eat all we can get and then some we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LOW PRICES so you will feel when you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Ar tidies Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q verills Toilet Soaps end u Thou sand and one other things will bo carried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit us as we will sell everything CHEAP at our RACKF1ARIJti jJ 41 C- tIiW i1oA You cant beat em Theyrun from lOc per pair up to 50c They are worth very much more We carry tall kinds for the Ladies the Boys and the Girls andwe didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDY and it is good and Fresh Peanut Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream 0 but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them to your Girl and she wont think any the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens 84 00 SHOES only S3 23 Ladles 3 00 u 1 73 14 200v I OJ a 75 119 Childrens 2 00 00 1 4f 75 a 22 50c RUBBERS 24 WoolLined Rubbers JJ UnderwearHe- avy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only 45e Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75c only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth SOonly 25 11 Drawers 50 25 Ladies Underwear only 25c per garment The Racket Store Y to An Example for Clay City RiehmoodIhasing Sunday base hal playing in that city Clay Citys Council seem to have no inclination in that direction Dr J D Kiser Merrick Lodge Room 22 Lexington Ky Eve Eur Nose and Throat u Speciulty- i will be at Clay City Friday Nay 22 v House for Rent House in East end of town well located and with all conveniences For information apply at this office We are agents for time Butteriek Patterns and will get any pattern on short notice for lou that we dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of irood land well improved at Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring11ell watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood tnd other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN Osnonx Spout Spring Ky The Balance VOOOLook hiiida watch monieritt The balance wheel is making 18000 J S vibrations un hour if its III good condition If the movement is sluggish J theres something wrong It will move y 53 miles Inn year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings altercj the motion Dont tnke chances me clean and oil and put your watch J in order for a year It pay and satisfy you o iVEBB the Jeweler CLAY C- ITYsw Witha bank account for support you can laugh at all the ills with which you are liable to become burdened 1 oney is a panacea for most troubles and with economy you can afford to deposit with us reg ularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CAICD3 h4NyNHNNNNN4MNN1NNIMININNNNN4NDr DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY s li B LITTLEPAOE MD PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY 1- a y y aNt F t T T7c r T + r r e 1w a yR x atSrj j 4 iPk- F F Ni- r t j h 1 R a II os1 III t c1 t 14 1 I- M j 0 I irHcEL 1- G I JLttft t Ir TIMESl iOJ 50 Cents a Year in Advanc We are here to help Clay CityillfSmoiiniJing Country aol Ourselves 1 E Burgher ilr Iubtisher w- VOL I 8 CLAY CITY Ky THURSDAY MAY J4 1903 NO 20 Result of The Primary The State primary passed off quietly eVerywheie Saturday end from present indications the follow ing will be the Democratic ticket to vote for this full For Governor J C V Becklwmj fur Lieutenant Governor W P Thome jor Aud itor S W Hnger for Treasurer H M BoBworth jfot Attorney General N B Hays for Secretary I of State H V McChesney for Superintendent of Public Instruction J H Fuqua for Com missioner of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland j for Clerk Court of Ap peals j J M Chinn t The vote in Powell was very light Following is the official count Beckham 187 Thome 80 Kenick 99 Hagar laO Chen uult 26 Bosworth 125 Griffith 25 Richardson 25 McChesney 121 Julian 80j Hays 05 Mitch ell 72 Carroll 0 Sugg 2 Watt MJ Fuqua 80 Watkin 18 Ar nol 71 Hedger 98 Frazee 27 Yreeland 104 Chinn 104 Greene 48- Esstill Shiners In Trouble Again- J C Mullins and W T Short revenue officers raided a moonshine still in Estill county on Ross creek and captured the operator John McKiinney and destroyed a quanti ty of whiskey Some of the crowd fifed on the officers butinfeither of o them ayes hurto j Ii uiii 0- c r 0 aY murrj J derQfQ I Dayitiatdsetite ictfd- to the penitentiary for thirteen years Slier Nominated ofWjntleycountyyeas cans in convention at Paris last week on the 29th ballot for Rail road Commissioner in this district This countys vote was cast by Sanford Garrett a negro wellknown to all Clay City peo ple At one time the vote of the county was contested This was befor J it was observed who was casting the vote but when Garrett stood up anal his Ethiop ian appearance viewed Chairman GW Gourley at once recognized him and without another protest from the delegates Slier the nominee isa school mate of Prof Etjbank they hav ing attended college at trIO same time and was county Superin tendent of schools of Whitley the term before the last Something a little unusual a bout this convention is the fact that the chairmdnof this convention G W Gourley owns a news pjiper and R R l erryT T Wilson and A n Dyclic are also newspaper men Thus the Re publican editors seemed to fa vorites with this convention Irvines New Paper t The initial number of the Es till County Herald came out lust Thursday Mrt JAJhite is the publisher The n seven column f lloiie ring oI1Velfyiis consistently Democratic and should receive the united support 1 Ready For teiness The firm of sliimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the 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- A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept blme und sold at close prices I have tin elegant line 01 Fall MillineryY- ou can be suited hero ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat If yotycan be anywhere The price for is very reasonable and you should speourline before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets AIL Z apes 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 a continuance ofsanie I am Respectfully yours r l J x G ShimfesseL t bIANGfc MFG Co Winchester Ky r f a quarlersfforSash r doors Ceiling Building Paper r Li Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Roofing r is Varandaa Pickets Flintoid RoofUng 7 tI I Stairways Sbinglesnnd Etc and Etc y v v Store Fronts v f 1 Uj c V t Send vs Your Estimates jII tn ff f I jW1 Shipmentst t r- f ii S w of every citizeliiu the county The young ey f is both capa ble and worth reSljectJt1Lnnd best 0fn If he receive8jiajf the support he deserves U d1 Q lS due hint in his undertaken ie will make n crowning BUCcgEjpf the venture Palau sport The report thntnJ Ewen a deputy sheriff pfp ir athitt who was standing bAl eyJ131tlurcum- when he was asail ated had been bushwhacked toof i8tt8 false as half the reports sent PI tfrom the notorious county r l1toA Large Ftlh Caught Louis Bradle of the most successful fiSl of Powell comity lan Ieil len last Thursday which nearly 39 pounds This largest fish caught frbni lleiKrijVer for some time XAViV Surpasses reatliitt A well knownLoulsyllleminister- has made UieV fitattlufg statement that during thd ptten years more than 300 murder Jjadbeert committed in Louisvil1fin tlmt time not a single crjnifel htisvbeeii ex ecuted im t i Curt Jett way riested in Madison on thechaaHiJ fXassassinat ing J B Mt q miais noW NtJ- 4111 atVl11cb It trf t ptl at Lexington Erjaytor the intit der of his wife lastfeuihmerl Furnace G dnrer of the day i Farmers are y this week in their fields aiYji Born to th of Mr C M Faught an eightllixSboyi Roscoe Newkiirkfis suffering this week with a boiro flislip Claude Newkirkattended church at Rodgers ChapeUSunday Mrs AllenShouse was the guest of Mrs Sherman Abney Saturday Miss Mary HotTell is visiting her grandmother MrsT J W Nowkirk Mrs J P Case and children nt with lJrBN P FWIerman A number of young people of Cottage Mountain spent Sunday at the State Rock neai here Mi JolJn McICnight of Cobb Hill spent Saturdayand Sunday with his daughter IIiss Ethel Mr C Tipton our hustling over seer is doing somer splendid work on the road betw e here and Fitch burg Meesrg George the and Qsoar Ne oflliIletsr9reekare visit lug their cousin Mater John New kirk this week Mr Wni WittjcTf Irvine one of the most promihentand popular He publicans inJlheV county and n gentleman in very respect was seen on our streets Friday mornjng Quite a number bftypung friends spent Sunday atjthe home of Miss MabelNewkirk The following were e nt Biddie and 1ortle Biliingslitvla Jolma t 4d dieFra er Minnie Lyle and Ethel 1 IcKnightI J Q- rl 1 1 I ttSM THEJ Racket Store Owing to the recent hinges of my Entire family I have been una blejto serve the good people of Pow ell Estill and adjoining counties as I would have liked to have done As we are now all able to to eat all we can get and then some we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LOW PRICES so you will feel when you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plott Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Ar tides Blankets Quips Window Shades Glove Shirts 0 venlls Toilet Soaps nnda Thou sand and one other things will be curried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit us as we will sell everything CHEAP at our KACKETSTORE v If p fIU t 1 4f You cant bent em Theyrun from lOc per pair up to 50c They are worth very much more We carry all kinds for the Ladies the Boys and the Girls andwe didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDY and it is good und Fresh Pen nut Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream 0 but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them to your Girl and she wont think any the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens 84 00 SHOES only S3 23 Ladies 3 00 173 14 300 11 HI 2 75 140 Childrens 2 00 09 1 25 49 II 75 1 II OO 50c RUBBERSII 24 WoolLined Rubbers I aJ UnderwearHe- avy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only45cHeavy Fleeced Drawers worth 750 only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth SOonly 25 II Drawers1c 50 25 Ladies Underwear only 25c per garmentThe H Racket Storei Y 9 An Example for Clay City The City Council of Richmond han passed an ordinance prohibit lug Sunday base bal playing in thut why Clay Citys Council seem to have no inclination in that dire lion Dr J D Kiser Mefrick Lodge Room 22 Lexington Ky Eve Eur Nose and Throat u Specialty 1lljIv House for Rent House in Bust end of town well located and with all conveniences For information apply at this office We are agents for the Butterick Patterns and will get any pattern on short notice for 1 ou that we dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W WilliamsClay Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of irood land well improved at Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered tine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood vnd other conveniences Will sell at u bargain ALLEN OSBOKN Spout Spring Ky The Balance Yje1j 4tM 1 09 VLook Inside watch a moments The balance wluells milking 18000 J S vibrations an hour if Itd III good condition If the movement is slug J giah theres something wrong It will move SJiBS miles in n year und J requires less than onetenth of a drop J of nil to make it run nut it needs that little badly The least rtI of friction on the bearings alters J the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch in order for a year t pay and satisfy you a VEBB the Jeweler I CLAY CITY J sv Witha bank account for support you can laugh at all the ills with which you are liable to become burdened Money is a panacea for most troubles and with economy you can afford to deposit with us regularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky IltOKESSIOKAL GAUDS n nNwh wW MAr1nWrMUnnnnwMw DrC B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY t B LlTTUEPAOE M DfPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY f- I li PO TTffic1ThIES u lU LlSIIEl lEitY THUUSDAY I ElJurnherTr Publisher nO Sabscriptioa Rales 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as condclnss moll matter I Thursday = May 14 1103 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TniEsand CourierJournal SI 00 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 1 Iloiland Farm 7 SPOUT SPRING W J Barnett attended Irvin- court Monday Farmers in this section are Very busy plautigcorn Several ofour Indies were shopping in your city last week H F Christopher sold a nlul at Irvine court on Monday 0500 J W McKinney of Clark county was up the first of the week on business Ii S Christopher of Pilot View was visiting relatives here the first of the week MrJ WrIght has improved under the treatment of Dr Littlepnge arid isnow able to go about again 41 1irs R H Curtis visited her sister Mrs JV Tiptonat Clay City the last of the week Mrs Dona Dawson of Millers Creek is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W J Barnett Capt T J Wright of Butler Mo is visiting his brother Mr Jos P Wright and other rela tives in this portion of the coun ty Oapt Wright is one of the few who have left this county and gone West and made a sue t J cess Stock of Ooods For Sale J offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good standand good store house A splendid opportunity for any one desiring to enter u business of this kind W J ClimSTOPHEIl Spout Spring Ky The Bread Maker fUpsno fears of the result when us ing Mansfields Best Patent Flour jMilltdfrom the best heat in our way the way that retains the nat ural taste nnd flavor oj the theft herry Buy it from your Grocer nnd have better and healthier bread w in your home h RO Mansfield Son jr If J M08SIYN KV 1k r 4 Bearing Fruit In Powell I Wheit Rosevelt seeking ad ynnccment nail a surer hold qn his party invited and dined with the Negro Booker T Washington wo hardly thought his precept would reach Powell so soon but it has in a slight variation and Sanford Garrett of Clay City is the distinguished and honored gentleman While we do not wish to censure the converition which dele gated this Negro to the Paris convention and empowered him to cast time vote of the county we think the inception ian seri ous mistake on their part The Negroes ot OlnyCity have alway be n humble and have kept themselves in their places and to begin extending such priv ileges to them is only adding im pudence and an equiponderant disposition to an incapable and a subordinate creature who in af ter years may bring sorrow to our best families through their keepepresent attitude we must render unto them only such privileges as will hold them at bey We believe in the greatest pos sible advancement of the Negro but we do not believe in trying to do so unless show a onlyewhen it steers clear of any asso ciation with the Whites The Negro must be advanced but in Negro associations only Matters In Breathltt The press of the State together with unprejudiced opinion hold the officials of BreathittH ton great degree responsible for the present state of affairs in that county Thisjis denied by the inpynocen thorough investigation of the charges so openly trade and if innocent the accusations stop ped So far the assassinators go unpunished and it is alleged the convicting witnesses will not give in their testimony Under such circumstances it will be hard to convict the guilty in the home court without outside protection which cannot be sent until de manded by tie local authorities and they have not yet pone this Those unreasonable and eager editors who are so severely criti cising Governor Beckham for not going UI there and getting je venge for them might go them= selvo and complete the job as they are empowered with the same authority that the Governor now is In Need of a Change Let our county authorities try to introduce another and a more successfulsystem of road working People can cow just begin fo stir over the country for the first time with any degree of sat= isfaction and safety in this county T ce last pvemb6r Such a condition is shameful and noth ing shows up a lagged population worse than lead roads If we ad vance in prosperity and contentment we must have happy and accessible homes which cammt be obtained in isolated and ob scure sections made so at least sic i11piitlls out of twelve by bad roads and swolen streams Such is our situation Shall wo cpli tinue in such apredicafhentf 01 1 do THe State primary last Saturday was u successt and proved to be by far the best plan to select iiotnl nees A little soreueSs I8monlfest ed but nothing like what arises from the ordinary conyeptlori and I all this will vanish before the offl cialreturns are nnbu 1 edt I The adniinistVation maintain ing the precedenco Rosevelt es tablished in closing the llOst1 oflice nt Indianola Miss because the Negro postmistress resigned her office at the requ stoCthe patrons of tJu ioice and the lat est is the discontinuance of a ru rat delivcr r utent Gnllutin Tenn because Negro carrier was held up Had these oflicers been white nQ such action would have been taken White carriers have frequently been held up robbed and killed but we never heard of the service being stop pad for this njustren mnuntill little teddy was placed into the misfit chair and he and Booker had communed and the latter put f on the presidents roll of hon orary guests at the White House J When Judge Beckner told in the Paris convention his reason for de serting the party which made him famous he might have reduced it to brevity and told a true story by saying lithe other side quit giving me ofIice1t Those Dernocrnt8 f who want to nominate Clevnu for the third term should qmolIng n goose of themselves No decent Democrat was ever for the third term much less thisscab The prjmary Saturday has chang ed pevernl Dempurats all of us now being for thesame men Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portiors of the cur There is Mnly one way to cure deafness anti that is by constitu tional remedies Deafness is caused byan inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube Wherittiis tube is inflamed you have a rMrribiing snundor inv perfect hearing und when it is entirely chased essis the result and unless the it fianlution can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal conditjon hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous services We will give One Hundred Duly lays for uny case of Deafness aces by catarrh that Cannot be cured by HtIl8Cat r Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney c Co Toledo O Sold by Druggist 75o Halls Family Pills arc the b- estHEALTH I keepphoneDraught We have used It in the wlthtbobelttortbatenthof we11oandaonTllle ill- Because this medIcine relieves stomach pains frees the invlgorMesened kidneys I No DOCTOR is necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from healthforars ThedfordeBlackBraiigbt ness ayspepjiacolds chills arid headachesdiarriioea ailmentbecause controlr THEDFoRD3t i DRAi t tft i i- 1tt lurelAt 70 of Heart Disease Contracted During Civil WtVeteran Grteful Dr Miles HeartCure- Eff cted Cure Heart disease Is curable but in people of advanced it does not readily howenThopeCure we dreds of cues knd from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has It is not only a wonderful cure for Weak and diseased hearts but it Iablood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for 1m proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart in 1896 while living in the mudold town of Lexington Va 1 grew so much worse I left there with wife to visit my mterlnuw Mrs TA Kirby at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dearold town On reaching Mrs Kirby she insisted Ishould Dr Miles Heart Cure I cured a few bottles of It aLo the Nervlne- and Tonic After using one or two bottle 1 could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but my faithful listed on keeping it up which I did Im soon begin in earnest and I took in all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am years old am comparatively a boy You- sir are a and I cheerfully recom ufferinJhumanltyI botUeDron Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrci Dr Miles Medical Co Ellthart lad Consumption Cured Easily By the Filipino Method A soldier who spent two years in the Philippines discoveredand brought home a certain cure for Consumption and all lung com plaints Particulars and proof free tro- mCQRP WILSON Cilvert Tex Every part i 1 Clay City HotelyrC Ji HEATON Prop 7S Table supplied with the best thc1iimarkert Everything neat and clean Rates 8100 per day JItr 1 MACHINE SHOP f ALL KINDS Of Machinery Repaired IiWe Keep Ip Stock r Steam Fittings Belting t Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In a5t and 12 horsepower The best known power for farmers and i others printedIsL T CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY P u M BAILEY k Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER t CLAY KY Custom work six days in the week fresh GroonJ Bolted Meal aliras on 4LtF Grinds for Ar nesixth tfe d I 1 f Littlepage Son ITDRUGGISTS i Ky I 1 1 1Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery nod Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded r 4 + +f+ + H ++ 4ma+++Hd3dfh- Si I 20 I The Whitest White Cake The Lightes LightRollsrAnd Flakiest Biscuit Ai0 lUnde When You TJNO 1 Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed irSQ1ctbIIKI EoilttQ Wear Finished to Pleasel 4jr r reputationforElnictlon h in Ilgrhetcharydn newfrnturtvemakeafultIlne pricesALSiON Vholetalt llfrt ALBION niCH affoids 8 y 1 CITY hand J q Subscribe fo- rTHE c TIMI t I f rJ f b THE TIMESc AN ALL HOMEMADE PAF ER 0 THURSDAY MAY It 1903 d o LOCAL BREVITIES Allen E Sams of Ituekerville t was up Tuesday on business A M Burgher was in Jackson a few dayslast week on business Casliio J F Cox pus bought a line combined house of It Kink for fins Joe Martin has opened up a grocery store in r the Tucker building The Christian Church at this Iplace will be dedicated the third Sunday in June Squire Thomas J Fletcher of Canmrgo was in town several days of tins week I John W Burton has moved to the property at Granny Howard Hill andopened a saloon Dr Littlepage reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mr Schooler Estes on Tuesday the 12 tChits Wallace of Irvine accidentally shot himself while clean ing a revolver and Is fatally injur Ml I Sam Billings thinrnucl1 merchant and Oscar Mackeyof 1tipper HardwickJs Creek were here Friday on business Mr and Mrs Charlie Rupard of Wndes Mill xisite1the Jut togs parents Mr and Mrs W i 11L l Jackson a1 Vauirhns Mill heveraldays last week I L U Christopher of Miami Texas sends 50 cents in renewal for the TIDIES Mr Christopher and his brother Charles are in the deep well drilling business and are making a success of it Rev Logan Irvin of vance burg was the guest of his pa rents Rev and Mrs RA Ir vin last week and conducted the prayer meeting service at the Methodist church Thursday night The serious illness of Mr A quilla Henryof Little Creek noted iii our lust issue proved to be a stroke of paralysis Mr Henry is getting better and it is thought he will probably getout again r E Nil lack has bought a lot from John W Henry on the opposite side of the street trout the Methodist church and is building a twostory business house on I same He paid Mr Henry j100 for the lot W M Byrnes Stuntons famous 1 producer of strawberries was In town Tuesday with a load of rival berries Mr Byrnes for the past I few years has supplying our people with the very best quality of the juicy fruit When you want a pleasant phys ic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by nli dealers in patent medi Cline Frank Webb is visiting Los Angeles California t und Guno Webb his brother of Lexington w is to his barber shop whtloFrank is ayuy Mr Webb will remain on Paciiic slope J for n couple ohinore months I I V i Births Ji prapu Mrs Littlepage are 1- w r r rzthe proud parents of another little Democrat which arrived at their home Sunday morning The doctor is greatly elated and seems to have grown two inches taller Hon 0 B Hill Secretary of State was in town Friday Mr Hill is a very clover gentleman und his legion of friends would like to make of him a Congress man from this district No bet ter timber can be found in the district than Mr Hill Capt T J Wright of Butler Mo was iir town Saturday in company with his nephew Eld B F Wright of Spout Spring Capt Wright raised a company of soldiers at this place during the Civil War and had not been in the town since that tmeI Well made Ready wades in ladies Skirts New patterns new styles lowest prices Mrs JW Williams Chty City Ky Church Supper The ladies of the Christian dimre h gave a supper Tuesday night for the benefit of the church Onaof the nicest suppers ever pre pared for such purpose in Clay City was served on this occasion The supper netted 828 05 andeveryone present had a delightful time The Best Liniment I have derived great benefit from the use of Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism and lumba go says Mrs Anna Hngelgans of Tuckahoe N J My husband used it for a sprained back Indus also quickly relieved In fact it is the best family liniment I have ever used 1 Would not think of being sithout it I have recommended it to many and they always speak very highly of it and declare its merits are wonderful For sale by all dealers in patent medicine The Difference The difference between a homemade paper and one half of which is printed from home is you pay one dollar for your pat ent sheet paper nparly one half of which goes to the patent sheet concern express companies and etc and the other half to the publisher while thohomemade paper gets all except the original cost of the white paper and if he doesnt get as much from each subscriber nine times out often he will have more after the expense of the patent sireet is footed up and the subscriber pays only half as much GREATLY ALARMED By a Preslstent Cough but Permanently Cured by Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr HP Bnrbage a student at law in Greenville S 0hlld been troubled for four or five years with a continuous cough which he says greatly alarmed me causing niti to fear that I was in the first stake of consumption Mr Burbige having seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try it Nowread what he says of lit I soon felt a remarkable change am after using two bottles of twenty ve cent size was permanently cured Sold by all dealers in- patent medicine BI YLot of Fish The Lexington Eastern Ry has received 750000 White porch front the Qhiq fish hatcheries npd will place them in the lake at Natural Bridge The little fish were only three or four days old and were almost invisible to the nuked eye looking like float ing patches of jelly In threeof four years those that survive will 1 weigh from thre to five pounds lYincilesterDenlocratToo e In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholear niorbns often before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned A reli able remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand The risk is too great for anyone to take Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubted ly saved the lives of more people and relived more pain and suffer big than any other medicine in use It can always be dependedupon For sale by all dealeas in putent medicine I L E Wins Damage Suits Judge Hobson delivered an opinion affirming the Powell Cir cuit Court in the case of John Hockenlmmmer against the Lex ington and Eastern Railway Company The suit was for 810 000 damages for a train running into a funeral party and throw ing a corpse from a vehicle The court below ruled that the collision was on between two vehicles and dismissed the snit A Farmer Straightened Out A man living on a farm near here came in a short time ago com pletely doubled up with rheuma dam I handed him a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to use it freely and if not satis fied after using it he need not pay a cent for it1 says C P Ray der of pattens Mill N Y A few days later he walked into the store as straight as a string and handed me a dpllnr saying give me anoth er bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in the house nil the time for cured me Forsnle by all dealers iI telttmedicine Successful Singing School Prof Frank Elwardsschool closed Tuesday night The at tendance was fair throughout the session and good attention The books Crown of Benutv- h introduced 8exceptiona 1 popular and went like hot cakes He could perhaps have sold double the supply he order ed The Christian church has introduced the new book into their church service Mr Ed wards proved to be a very popular teacher and the people here would be glad for him to makeup another class Mr Joseph Pcmijnville of Still water Minn after having spent over 82000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advised by his druggist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tatbets He did so and is a well man today If troubled with indigestion bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite or constipation give these Tabletsa trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the results For sale at 25 cents per box by all dealers in pat ent medicine Lion Co- i Statesof The greatest nation In the world n tht greateft consumer If coffee Lion Coffee ill the standard beverage of every hate and territory of the Union ItVpure tbaJX u la i l dell s11 gI 1Iera qIIi U H k sV r Just Received From Factory I THt GltUTUT MAT SALESMAN IN AMUIt A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATSEVE- RY ONE GUARANTEED DYTHE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRONC- LAY CITY KYSOLE AGENT Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them righ I and they can depend upon getting everything they need at liv ing prices Wo want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you j We are now coducting a generalstore atSpoutspring whereI the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment I and fair dealing as at the main store I I I WeAre 1 n The Timber Businesss heavy and are buying all the Tanbarkand Railroad Ties in thist l section that money cnn buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wngon is unloaded Dont Trade until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores at both places AlE BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY 23p J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITV KV A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooingand all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels J ILaundry Agency in Connection Dont fail to give him a oallIn D1a WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman I I Horseshoeing a Speoialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing I it 1t I1 1 Sweet Potato Plants for Sale A Sweet Potato fJlJrsfr every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come and get what you need All of the best varieties J W Miz- eVaughns Mill K- YSTANDARD I Shuttle I 87 1u4ab GRAND BWKL PfcOHT rOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from 1200 up The Standard Kotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Makes 300 stitches white other machine make 200 our local dealer or If there Is JIlt Applyto towu address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent ClnyC1t KyI A- SOAP THAT T CROWS Sewing Machine l H Rrs t to 1775C9 I AMOt SOAP II Amofo Toilet and Barber Soap Amok Shivlng Cream and Sbampoo This line of hisrbgrade soaps and prep IIIIar1Made from a combination of oils and the Mexican Amolo Plant long cele cleuJsnilThese soaps embody foat uroa which particularly adapt them to delicate and sensitive soapin25 cents and we vrlll mall you an assorted box of high grade soap 3 cakes Mozlein 4 noIe ap Co PEORIA ILL 7 I I I JJI WinchesteiMikj INCORPORATED N HWifiiEnsFobftP- fesGapitel5tock200000 r I Surplus 200 DO We solicit the accounts of individ ualntinns and dorpbratmnff 61 MIEATMALTTHC lTcryaA ml oitne c seatUl 10nsutaitlrcf PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January sob MEAT MALT CO LoulsvjfleIcy- CemletnenlIOrl and behosthoroughlyAwml4ted Malt with Ji composition of lnanu ctUle can slate that It Is an efficient nerve and blood tonne excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and o prostratlonasdallL D RASTENUINE D Louisville College of Pharmacy 1C3IfTI i Sams DN Witt was visiting on Possum Run Sunday L B Mclntosh was at Irvine Saturday on business Farmers tJre till behind with their work in this section Boll Musters wasin Clark coun ty one clay last week on business The first excursion came up over the new trani road Sunday CUCIyII laaliUlit0 passengers Monday was County Court at Irvine anti the usual number of Jiorsp traders from hero attended nlerCilitntbright prospects for a fine trnde this summer T l Log Lick We are needing rain intflia 0Ig k I r I Church will do some improvements on their house of worship I Cornif in iftill j Mast in this community anti other farm v irk isbcing piisied with energyElder W Marctim wrenched at LpgiLick Saturday and Sufi lily It was a pretty day gild u largo tr6VdAttended Died May 9th of complication of diseases Miss Ida Dickerson near Roundtree aged 17 years Her remains were laid to rest in the Brock grveyard She was a member of the Baptist church and a goodchristiun Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart Tie hard so hard to speak tho words Ilye must forever part Dearest lov one ye must then graVafsIernbraceVfBut t Till wo see thyheavenlyface Virden John Hudson was in Clay City MondayT f Wamand fotQgrtfe were at Stanton Monday on bus ineps Mr Lewis Patrick and sister of Pilot View visited at Al Bu tIMisses Cordia ahdiCbra Lee Ev erman and Jennie Johnson of West Bend were the pleasant guests of Mrs JQ quitisiStlll ty DurTirjnary Saturday was not very largely attened Only 15 Votes were polled I guess the Democrats will shoWup all right nextfNowombenc Mrs Sallie Hudson NHisrctnril edhome from St7JoeMpJ wiiere she has been on all extended visit to lien two daughterseMrs Hudsbn is well bleased with the Western country 4jI Saturday aMrs BelleePotts sturdd to ioi el1sVtle Iiurcl u rold bo- ytriedoloheraiitigot lost He NvanderM around until about two o clecck when they forund him near home T Cob Hillii IiiSquire J V Hall is attending court at Irvine this week r 3r and Mrs B F Bull visited their g ndfatherJtwduyr r1i COill er are busy ii j wiigand planting r j Mr S R D K Watson is still on the sick list without clwnge Mrs Lee Robmsoii is vifeiting her parents Squire and Mrs Hallf i Mr I T Rogers isvery i sick with malarial fever it is thought e Y I Brother IieggTvill preach a- Cross t Roads School House next Sunduy vjJI T c Election daytSatiirclay and not a single drunk Arent we good out hereon GgbfMbuntain Mr anti MrIi 1giII Boyd lRed River Powell county visit ed their daughtjeV Mrs J W Smith Squire Hallisstillthefitvorito- flfcinl Heiiiiited in marriage Mr Robert flatten and Miss Li da Abney v v- Mr A Lamfroinis in our town painting and varllishillg at almost every house and he understands his bl1shiessi Last reports from Mr Jesse Samples whpjjAvas shot at Sink fng creek arethat he is in a very precarious conditon Mr Cain Tojynsend a very old man of Mountain Spring is now sleeping his last sleep and will be buried at tilt place Monday Snow Creek Farmers areVery busy here Seve fron 2hero attended W il1chestcrconrt Thos Wdodent toKiddville Saturday oil btisutess Miss Jessie Lowry of Ford is visititingTeiaiives here this week Chas Daw3it svery illat this writing Ho is thought to be insanetMr Profit offiCena was here las week and made application for our school Y G W Otir iSlas bought the Greejey Snow I place all 1 move ed to same J6 Richard Ey iniiin of West arQl11jusUlCSS f Jhos Ogden Jr was in Win chester several days the latter part of the week Tlios Dawson of Ford visited the family fou lawson sey eraldays last we ltIi s011ier1 was the guest of her sister Mrs Eliza Ohism of Winchester this week Mrs TA Ogden isiledher daughter Mrs Nora Boone at Pilot View severafdtys last week Algin Evermaiiv died at his home Thursday pf complication of diseases Bilrial Friday at his home jUncle Buoti Bt rry of Ar gyle has moved back toi his farm onLulbegrud We are glad to have such nlcii its Mr Berry among us r Xeha James Srof Slade was here Sunday ombusiness Wm Crabtreej of Bowen was in this neighbo hopdlfonday Bqn Hollon of Estill county Was here Sundayon business Most all time hogs attended the election at Bo yen lastSaturday 1orge Ornh1ree and wife vis- titedJohn JI nqgrBn iU family SUl l- bfrtRobert i IdltiGn a ble guest ofJDavidHoVelLand fami lyeaturday aidASunayd- ME C8so B er aifd j r po rnJr near Patsyvisit r SuUrdnyandSunday nq op- Ghestrl116ScllojH useq body coine boyslbringyofar girls with vou r- Mr t7 i Lander Townsend pe of llWasherfriends and rel ttIvesr JT Ik iV tlIr Farmers are hustling now as we lire having some nice weather for farming everybody Is so behind an- accountbf the wet weaher in last month Married on the 7inst Miss Emma Rogers daughter of James B Rogers to Mr James Rogers Jr The wedding took place at the brides home nil present report a jolly time Mr J B Kogers and J P Crab tree returned Friday from LoUis ville where Mr Rogers went to buy hissummer goods He is a hust ling merchant and purchased nice line of summer goods on his trip Rev Larrlpon preached at this place Sunday to a very large crowd of listeners and all seemed to give their best attention to his sermon People from nearly all parts of the county attendedMr Larrison will preach here again on the sec and Sunday in JunO We hope there will be as large an audience as before tenetV Theclick of thecorn planter can be heard in the jandy Rev Larrisou preached at Xena last Sunday to a large congregation G W Mulline of Patseywise here lust Sunday visiting friends and relatives Rev Meadows will preach at Chap Chestnut school house the 3rd Sunday in this month McCoy Brisco Co are loging on the land of Widow Ann Smith for Knox tL McDonald Sawing will begin some time in this month by Wilpn Sercian et Co J H Muljinp formerly of this place but now of Bowen who has been taking lessons in telegraphy was colled to Versailles last Tuesday preparatory to tacking charge of ad office on the L A r A0Jjre pjImary last Saturday a light Vote was tolled on account of farmers being so behind with farm work The officers wereWm Bowen ldWmlownscnd Judges Abe Birch Sheriff V C Martin Clerk Mrs Laura S Webb VlcoPresldent Brooms Demo craUeCIutMi of Xortb raOhio I dreaded the change of life which Was fast approaching noticed Wine of to a bo- tUel experienced some relief the tint so kept on taking It for thus months now I menstruate with no pain and 1 shall take It off and on now until I have pasted the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb arid ofdTheyof Cartful now and avoid the trou ble Wine of never fails to benefit u suffering woman of any aae Wine of Cardui relieved Webb when hewashJdan cer When you come change ifllfe Mrs Webbs mean more jtp you than it does now lint you may now avoid the suiFering she endured Druggists sell 8J bottles of Wino IHE0FCARouiF With SimlllonsHardware Co- St Louis Mo- wlllvinake regular trips throuh this section Freight equalized wjth Louisville unds Cincinnati houses r v if ftBluftjr FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES OBAPE VINES- 8IIALLFRUIT8 ASPARAGUS JtEUBAKBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application loth Phones l H F HillervnByen Son LEXINGTON KY Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Selta J 1902- EA8TDOUNn i J d2 No4 Daily ex Sun Dally ex Sun b Stations 1 in AM LvLexIngton 225 745 r Winchester 810 825 U L AEJunctlon 2837 t c Cloy City 850 ptlb U Stanton 406 D23iU Natural Bridge 4 8i 054 c 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