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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t Ill to y f k + I 1 J N- y J I J J I JI 4 fr j r THE f j fr p ft 7 It f i I T TlME M- iiJ 4 tii t- I J 11 l IJ I I 59CentsaYearfnAdvoiic I We are here jo help Clay CitytWSdrronDJiDg Country anj Ourselves JBnurlberJrIPublisher tf t VOL 8 AOLAY tITY Y MAY 28 1903TO 22 egroShotItJesse Eaton shot a negro nam ed Nels Daniel at the hall r t Sunday evening inllictinga flesh 04wound in the hip Eaton was accosted on the street Saturday night by the negro and at the point of a pistol began to bulli rug Eaton wlib was greatly ih tiundated by the negro When Eaton saw the fiend Sunday even iirib he asked him if he was the bully that had so badly treated i him the night before The ne gro said he was and threw his hand to his hip pocket asf he was ready eo resent any remon fitrance or rebuke Eaton might justly make for his conduct the night before Eaton was too quick for him however and drew his weapon first and shot the ne ftgro with above mentioned results R Baton was cleared of tfie charge+ oJrexamining trial Tuesday The negro wiJlnswert the charge of firing a gun on the streets amid uBihgboisterous and abusive language Betow Kentuckys LeVeK h At Lorain Ohio a few days ago ImIs the Georgetown Times the- sitterofa est was brutally s personAtBametime a prominent young lady was shot down in cold bloodI r at the nleo her father t + ytlebod3 kin jlt + gtdad rlfttr iosq- facts in no way excuse assiis siiiiitions at Jackson bnas long us virtuous in the North M dY For Business Goods Milliner Gloajks Jackets Capes ShimfesselLI- ANCE CoW- inchest1er WeMaoufacture SashFlooring Weatherboarding Varandos Stairways Shingles andEto Store Fronts I are throwing rocks at Kentucky on that account it is well ejfqugh to keep before the public the fact that all that is bad is not confin ed to this State Tlielissassiiia tion of women is one of the crimes that is never laid at the door of anKentuckian George town Times Estill Republicans Cant Agree The Republicans oj Estill counimet in convention at Ir vine Monday May 18 to nomi nate a candidate for Circuit Clerk Time convention was or now is composed of delegates from each precinct in the coun ty twenty in allA deadlock resulted in the selection of a chairman the contending parties being Judge W H Lilly and present county Judge O K No land From last reports no agreement could be reached by the body as to who should be time chairman and we understand that should the convention get down rd work there will also he a dead lock in the vote which will be as hard to break It is stated that Witt ono of the two leading candidates offers to withdraw if Wallace his equal opponent will do likewise This Wallace will not consent to do the convention metLsev eral days ago the end npmtjarer athind tlail ntth Collnr9 1CCenlliCoommnrfittec- fhas been called on for relief as a last resort S yea RThe firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved r 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 are Here A nice dean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an- a elegant line of Tall Ydii can be suited here ladies in a Stylish rind neatly trimmed Hat if you call be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should SPO our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Alv COST and if you are looking for something in this r line at bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same lam Respectfully yours et f l r 1 I I MFG Ky 4 doors Ceiling r Blinds Pickets equally Though We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt R FIintliidEoof ing Vi t1n j X ti Jjo A Send u Your sfImatesIIi r riY PromShipmenf ss- s i 11t I or 7 t J o- l l kt ls au r nifl + wtl t t PHgnt Kentu9 1 HL J have emi beingwasite1 are icing i limed and floated the stremmH in Missouri and Kansas t yace being blown t whit r houses- andlhou9e1mldcgods We guess these people mJl learn after awhile that is not glod tInt glitters andtiaat these states- have drawbacki as well as the hilly ffJKentucky which waveis by the best all around state in the l1 JJll In ourjudg ment pen ill and Estill counties arefai above time aver age Western cYjihty- SoldienTaVJackson A company t fbldiers wont up to Jackson Suniy to protect the Oircuit Conrtchcopvenedin special tern day It is iiot thought that the will be needed but they wereja red for to lJen hand in case 9f iiiy emergency Curt Jett tlievj llegad assassin of J B Mareum has been indicted pf the filiarge together with Tom IVJiifil Jett was sent to Jackson Tu flay evening to- stan1trja1 ofcharge White was arrested inl the county fifteen miles fromyfaijkspn and will also be tried tYtluflterm of court if possible I yTrl1n 1 71El V Al EaifW it9ill ft f L rrrgc 1i 1 t m t- railsa short bridge beyond the Waltersville Sunday af ternoon andn short distance further he foutidnl rock on the same side of time track This was but a short time before the arrival of the special tia in carrying the soldiers TO Jackson and through his efforts in removing them the train was saved from a wreck VflvTTVery ns Time May examination fortteach ors certificates was exceptionally rigid It is reported that by some means the driginal questions were obtainedand printed by some un known parties and were freely dis posed of over parts of the State and when the Staje board of exam iners learned of thefact they issued a new lot of questions and ques tions that were far more difficult to answer than the original ones Backward Powell Powell county has not contributed a penny to the Worlds Fair lund now being raised by popular subscription If the 100000 had been appropriated1 by the Legisla ture Powell shar of this amount would have been 8120 We should raise at least this amount and if we do not we will be rightly brand ed sluggish arid nearsighted peo ple Lets redeem ourselves Dry Weather The dry weathercontinueswith- outinterruption The condition is becoming serious with the farmers us they can not break their ground for planting and lit very few are through planting Corn that is planted cant come up till it rains Grass isvery shorrftand burned up liiaces 0 are very widuafy Teddyat LasttSufcdwes Them Washingtonftrtr t L tY1 1I Q i 1iJ iI J- J yt 0I j t of the decree of party bosses that Kentucky Republicans must inIdor e Rosevelt for Presidgntv resentment of the fntimidSrion ViHfjbe made in the private ranks Virgil Smith Appointed Gov Beckham has appointed V P Smith of Somerset as special Judge to try the case of Sarah Borejng vs her divorced jinsbaridCengressman Boreinc for alimony Smith was formerly a prominent attorney of Irvine Bright Teachers Iii the examinqtion of colored teach sthe past week in answer to a question to name the Sena tors from Kentucky one applicant replied Mark Hll1lih and Breck Hill Winchester Democrat Another Fake thefdgiipapers MhkirovFn roan hud tried to hire a calk at Winchester who served Jetts meals to put poison in his coffee is branded as a lie At Louisville the second trial of Wm T Pryse a medical stu dent of Beattyville who shot and killed Antonio Gegg a brake man began yesterday A dozen or more lives were orlpi1 JeJJtti kiusr canh lrAt7lItnC Y ids a 1 ttI r Irvine Items Irvine herald P L Hume sold three fine horses in Mt Sterling Monday ut an aver nge price of 8175 Wm Snowden left yesterday morning for Judy Montgomery county where he was called to the bedside of his niece Mrs Lee Gou who has been at the point of death for several weeks Eld T Q jfartin of Winchester will preach nt the Christian Church on Station camp the fourth Sunday in each month Owing to the condition of the roads he hits not been here since March A movement Is now on foot to re organize the Irvine Brass Band There ore several of the old members who together with the musical tal ent of 1 number of our town boys could in a short time revive sweet memoriesorlongugo It is reported that Prof Throop of MtSterling wellknown through out this county as one of the most efficient teachers in the State is shortly to undergo an operation fhioh is likely to prove fatal He has written to the Methodist church here for his letter that he may be in immediate connection with the church should the worst come His many friends and admirers here will await the result of the opera tion with the greatest of anxiety Clabe Adams and Albert Thom as cousins engaged in a shooting affray yesterday us the result of an old grudge The men met in the road near Panola and Thomas or dered Adams toget out of the road Upon Adams refusal Thomas drew his pistol Adams however was too quick for him and got in the first shot Several shots were exchanged but neitbcr were struck Adams came to Irvine on henopn train and himself over the officers after having a warrant isslij ed for Thomas 1 J y I r We are agents for the Butterick patternIondont happen to have in stock MrsJ W Williams Clay City Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of cood land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and all neeescnry outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN 0nonN Spout Spring Ky Get What You Want at Jo Martins FRUIT STAND Choice Fruits of all kinds in great variety Confectionery So da Pop Lemonade and Etc 7th Avenue Clay City = aWheelLook inside your watch a moment a The balance wheel is making 18000 vibrations an hour jr its in good e condition U tliemovetnnteshig mthtlic4s tropg t tit nicve 1iu68 miles tri n year nntteta requires IFtKthanone nth of A drop of oil to mnke It run But ft needs a that little badly The least degree alterthtme clean and oil and put your watch J In order fur a year It will pays and e satisfy yo- tfIWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY 1 u onn With a bank account for support you can laugh ut all the ills with which you are liable to become burdened Money is a panacea for most troubles and with economy you can with us reg anything ularly over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARD- NPMM4rNM4NINUMMN 4MMNNI A104N4rN- NDr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Bf LITTLEPAOE M DIPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON I CLAY CITY KY I f I- 11- 14 I I J J i I THE CbAYJ I Lij1 TIMES-y ow i j 1J I J U 11I1 ijpy F 50 Cents a Year fnAdvo dIWe are here Jo help Clay City orrouoiing Country and Ourselves J B Hurgher Jr Publisher f YOL 8CLAYCITY P oteTRSDAY MAY 28 1903 N0 22 i s Negro Shot Jesse Eaton shot a negro nam ed Nels Danielat the ball ground r Sunday evening inflicting flesh wound in the lup Eaton was accosted on the street Saturday night by the negro and at the F point of a pistol began to bum rah Eaton echo was greatly ih titnidated by the negro When Eaton saw the fiend Sunday even ing he asked him if he was the bully that had so badly treated t him the night before Tlinc grosaidho was and threw his hand to Ins hip pocket as jf he was reixdy to resent any remonstrance or rebuke Eaton might justly make for his conduct the night before Eaton was too quick for him however and drew his weapon first and shot the ne- groI with above mentioned re stilts Eaton wascleared of tfie charge nMxamillingtrinl Tuesday The negro willjinswer to the charge of firing agun on the streets nld- usihgboisferous and abusive language It Below Kentuckys Level J At Lorain Ohio a few days ago F iys the Georgetown Tinier the fiisteroka priest was brutally i Mfrf dereil1yan unknown person 4t Medford Mass about t the Bailietime a prominentr young lady was shot doVvn in cold blood f nt thefhome of her father and tohodynknukfjgttkd1tFrliosq way s sinatione at Jackson brit as long as virtuous in the North r Sash Flooring loose Ceiling r Varandas Stairways Shingles and store I are throwing rocks at Kentucky on that account it is well ought to keep before the public the fact that all that is bad is not confined to this State ThcThssnssiim tion of women is one of the crimes that is never laid at the door of anylelltucldnnGeqr e town Times estill Republicans Cant Agree The Republicans ot Estill counl met in convention ttt Ir vine Monday May 18 to nomi nate a candidate for Circuit Clerk TIle convention was or now is composed of delegates from each precinct in the coun ty twenty in allA dead lock resulted in the selection of a chairman the contending parties being Judge W H Lilly and presentcounty Judge O K No land From last reports no greement could be reached by the body as to who should be the Fhairman and we understand the convention get down to work there will also be a dead lock jn the vote which will be equally as hard to break It is stated that Witt ono of the two lending candidates offers to withdraw if Wallace his equal opponent will do likewise This Wallace will not consent to do Though the convention eral days ago the end seeniSitp be nomQuerah hand thairutf the IIb jm 1 rd u i oa M1oITlllfOoin y Comnitt t has been called on for relief as a last resort S Ready For Business The firmof Shimfessel RlValdron having been dissolved r and the partnership closed I will continue the busiuessat the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of y the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean weUselected stockofeerythin need 4 1 will be kept byme and sold at close prices 1 have an elegant line of fall Millinery Ydii can bo suited here ladies in a Stylish rind neatly trimmed Bat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should SPO our lino before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies F Clocks Jackets Capes Alv COST and if you are looking for something in this J line at bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same Tam Respectfully yoursLv Y C ShimfesseL t L 1 fr tRWANCI MFG- WinchcstyCP eeKy 4 WeMaoufacture Y Blinds Weatherboarding Pickets Etc Fronts a mettsev tj We are Hcadquartcri for Building Paper Felt R FlintbldRopSing i and Etc I for Send uji Your Estimate e c C t I c v AII It l yJ Prom Shipmentsy tf1 i 11 f I 11 h A J F of + r a 4 Y A 4Pght Kentu have emi gated toOlotna are hemg washed 1tY hfl their houses are being floaterd down therst tttmt nndKa y arebeingblow away toget her htfleir Muses- andJumaeliolt8Qorls We guess these people wjl learn after ar wliile that s not glod tlJd glitters andttat these state- have draWbilckwelllls the hilly porttorla entuchy which lsby all around state howIlYIIleBt oUlJudg ment and Estill are the aver age Westerns sty Soldleri YJ c so- nAcompanofllodwrs went up to JacksotrSnndiy to protect the Circuit Co r V ch convened in special term1dny It is tiot thought be needed but they were u ted for to lie on hand in case orj Curt Jett tJ lllgodIlSSIlSsill of J B ata m indicted the Marge together with Tom 1VRJett was sent to Jackson If day evening to cJulrg White stun1trjaioI the county fif aflkspn and will also betried lat this term of court if possible i m 5ti TrainJ Jjl Al EjJf1ro 1Y II 1irge 11h 11 1 ntt ufet 1e rails a short dismnce beyond the Waltersville brie Sunday afternoon nnda short distance further he foulud on the same side ofUie track This was but a short trine before the arrival of the special tinin carry lug the soldiers ro Jackson and through his efforremovingto them the train was wa wreck 1t V j VeryRigid dnatl ns The May examination fonteuch ers certificates was exceptionally rigid It is reported that by some means the driginal questions were obtained and printed by some unknown parties and were freely dis posed of over parts of the State and when the State board of exam iners learned of thefact they issu ed a new lot of questions and ques tions that Were fat more difficult to answer than the originalones Backward Powell Powell county has not contribut ed a penny to tlio Worlds Fair fund now being popularIsubscription If the 100000 had been appropriated1 by the Legisla ture Powells sharie of this amount would have been 8120 We should raise at least thief amount and if we do not we will tie rightly brand ed a sluggish and nearsighted peo pie Lets redeem ourselves Dry Weatber The dry weather continues with out interruption The condition is becoming seriousvitli the farmers us they can not break their ground for planting and but very few are through planting Corn that is planted cant com up till it rains Grass IB very shortaad burned up in places Thevfoads are very dustyP i f Teddy at LastjSubdwes The- mfepr6comesfroiu WaBhingtonJ i t V A f 1 t fr to 7pofJ fr 1A i of the decree of party bosses that injdoreresentment of the intimidiition wiCbe made in the private ranks riVirgil Smith Appointed has appointed V P Smith of Somerset as special Judge to try the case of Sarah Borejng vs her divorced forswas a prDniinent attorney of Irvine Bright Teachers I Itt the examination of colored teachers the past week in answer ton question to name the Senn tors from Kentucky one applicant replied Mark Hanimand Breck Hill Wincbester Dem ocrat Another Fake theNailMpupers tnikrit3cn man had tried to hire a cook at Winchester who served Jetts meals to put poison in his coffee is branded as a lie At Louisville the second trial of Win T Pryse a medical stu dent of Beattyville who shot and killed Antonio Gegg a brake man began yesterday A dozen or more lives were lost with great destruction of property in a small Iowa district ues 1 Kei t kiiiNjnnh f A tc Y Irvine Items Irvine Herald P L Hume sold three fine horses in Mt Sterling Monday ut an aver nge price of 8176- Wra Snowden left yesterday morning for Judy Montgomery county where he was called to the bedside of his niece Mrs Lee Gott who has been at the point of death for several weeks Eld T Q Martin of Winches ter will preach at the Christian Church on Station camp the fourth Sunday in each month Owing to the condition of the roads he has not been here since March A movement Is now on foot to reorganize the Irvine Brass Band There are several of the old members who together with the musical tal ontoCn number of our town boys could in a short time revive sweet memoriesolongugo It is reported that Prof Throop of MtSterling well known through out this county as one of the most efficient teachers in the State is shortly to undergo an operation shioh is likely to prove fatal He has written to the Methodist church here for his letter that he may be in immediate connection with the church should the worst come His many friends and admirers here will await the result of the opera Lion with the greatest of anxiety Clabe Adams and Albert Thorn as cousins engaged in a shooting affray yesterday as the result of an old grudge The men met in the road near Panola and Thomas or dered Adams togut out of the road Upon Adams1 refusal Thomas drew his pistol Adams however was too quick for him and got in the first shot Several shots were ex changed but neither were struck Adams came to Irvine onthe noon train and gave himself over to the officers after havinga warrant issu ed for yJL I t w1 We are agents for the Butteritik patternIondont happen to have in stock Mrs1 W Williams Clay City Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of rind land well improved nt Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN OfnoRN Spout Spring Ivy Get What You Want at Jo Martins FRUIT STANDr 1 Choice Fruits of all kinds in great variety Confectionery So da Pop Lemonade and EteI r 7th Avenue Clay City A- Ifhe Balance M jWheel Look inside your watch moment a The balance wheel is making 18000 vibrations an hour jfita in good VfpHhtlCewilln oc 858 h1 a IInd requires1batlranone tenth of A drop of oil to make It run But ft needs J that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters J the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and put your wntch J S in order fur a year It will pay and 8 J satisfy yo- riIWFJBB J the Jeweler CLAY CITY 1 au u With a bank account for support you can laugh at all the ills with which you are liable to bo come burdened j Money is a panacea for most troubles anti with economy you can afford to deposit with us reg ularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CAUDS M UrM MNLNYNH MMMMMV 1 MU MMnNb W Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY nC LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND aUROEONtf CLAY t ryt 1 I i It Tastes Like Wheat t fttlnvorof the wheat berry Makes t better whiter healthier bread ot than you have been using be + t cause it is milled from thet very best wheat on a first cluss 3 f uptodate millrun by wuter power Let a 25 suck of 1 Best Patent or I Lily tto a0 be more convincing than a barrel of words Ask your + rllcerf I RC Mansfield Son f h UISlItYX Ks + + r rr ++1- a +++++V I THE TIMES t rUIlLISIIKD KVKUV THURSDAY J 15 burgher Jr Publisher Sutscripiion Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclnss nmil mutter Thursday Way 28 190i t J CLUir RAq ESr For the convenience of our sub Fcribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned Time TIMES and Courier= Joltrnnl 100 H Cincinnati Enquirer 110 rt Louisville Commercial 75 1 Home and Farm 7fl SPOUT SPRING Many teamsters are putting in full time now since the roads have become passable Reuben Tipton has been visit ing relatives in Olark county a few days this week Rev V B Daughetee of Al- ff nsville preached at the Metho list church Sunday j Feed in this section like in adjoining neighborhoods is bet coining scarce and high Miss Dollie Christopher is vis iting her sister Mrs Edith Low- ry at Pilot View Clark county this week Mrs Gus Wehera sister to fMessrs Win find Ben Stone is lying at the point of death und her departure is hourly expect ell Lane Harris son of Robert liar ris deceased died in this county near Iron Mound last Thursday of consumption aged 20 years Funeralservices by Eld Win Rupard burial in the family graveyard The deceased was a w respected young man in his community Mrs Mojlie Tipton was taken suddenly ill with heart failure lust Saturday at Winchester whore she and her mother Mrs Elizabeth Burgher were visiting relatives For n time it Gras thought she could tint live She recovered sufficiently to hey brought hone Tiiesdny wherG she is slbwly Improving ri I ft 4 I l The Troublesome Negro Through the boisterous and noisy conduct of one of the haul colored bloods Saturday night it is remindful of our former predictions The equipollent aspi rations of time negro must be curbed or the white population must be imposed upon The ne gro is an inferiorami an ncapaI- hIe bel and this fact Its been conIsiarid to keephim so is a question of vital importance To infink that there are inen of our own race so biased to party relations that thedaily encourage and agitate this subordinate creature to supremacy over the opposing party is astouning Hilt such is time cifse in our country today beiginning at the heal of the government and coining on down to modern Olny City We be lieve in the negroes advance men along wellguadcd lines butthe greatest precaution Must be taken not to give him a pre mature exaltation or wo might get him above the plane our Cre ator intended fofhim to occupy Theres a Difference In the assassination of Attor ney J B Marcum Republican at Jackson in the courthouse of a county under Democratic rule politicIalare using every effort to bring the guilty to justiceand in a few hays after the awful deed was committed the alleged parties are in dicted for time crime and will be triedsoon as possible More than three years ago Goo tyel a Democrat was assassinated on thpjcapital rounds under Re tfc i execStvf UI1U UUIJUB VVVUyi H WtlJ Ujr Republican officials What effort did these oilfcials make to apprehend or prosecute the guilty What encouragement has many members of this party given to the prosecution of the accused Not Quite So Hasty The races for the various coun tfoffices in the Democratic pri mary is beginning to command some attention and many names in this connection are being men tioned at this early lay Wo fa VOl ample title being allowed for candidate to make a thorough canvass of the county but we think it is yet too soon to iliac gurate a campaign as this elec tion is more than two years off This is too long a time for the candidates to have to supply the floaters with whiskey and boo dIe I In the removal of several mem bers of the Democratic commit tees in Louisville Lexington und other cities in the StateChairnmn Allie Young of the State Central Committee is receiving some bit ter notoriety Whether he is jufc= tiiiablo in his action or not we cannot positively state but from the tremendous howl going up from many portions of the State we lire inclined to think he is u = surging a little too much power in this connection tot harmony prevail in the ranks We believe in free speech and in the freedom of the press but we dont believe in freolying and wilful exaggeration such as isI being practiced on Eastern Kentucky in the moulding of sensa tional narratives A paper should be compelled to have sumo regard for truth especially so wlien it is defatuiugthe name of the State In this particular JlOthin hut the truth should be published that is far too bad y I I t wtik Y The Lexington MorningIierald- which professes to eall the Breathitt news might do well to- go to JUCkSOQKlUld netritl of tho indictment sy11 lodged in the e1jI before it ui hass tiucb grqafr pro tensions ofAgiviiig correct rc ports U y The local bill 1 team wits very considerateduring the game t Stllltt afternoon move fromtthe neW mind conuiulions t- to unclosed grounds to tlTe old ground oil account of Hie disturbance it was creating to a sicli ladyy who was just across time street J We suggest as Teddys running mate next year his friend who dined with him as a special guest last fall and which has since created so much ommcnt with the public and gratilicatjon to the chief execiirtv6 President Rhsevelt never loses an opportunity to urge and encourage time hiversll raising of large families His loyal and tbqSOIithis The Court of Appeas miss de tided that Judge Cantrell must vacate theI t rh in time coming trial of Caleb lowers and Judge hasIDeafness Cannot Cured by local applications as they cannot reach tha diseased portiors of the ear There isonlyoneway to cure deafness uniPlhal is by constitu tional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous Hningrpf the Eustachian Tube itl1js tube is inflamed you have a fng sound pr imr perfect hearfn Viand when it is entirety closedTjtafness is the result and unless the infltunution can be taken out anrt tiils tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed r er ninecasesnut of ten arc caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inilamed condition of the mucous services We will give One Hundred DII lars for any case of Deafness flues by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall1 sCutarrh Cure Send for circulars free F1 Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist Top Halls Family tills ore the best MRS CECEUASTOWE orator Entre Nona Club 170 Warren Avenue CHICAGO Iu Oct 22 1002 For nearly four ears I suffered from ovarian Iroubl sTbodoc tor insisted on an operation as tho only way to wen lhoweer operationsMywell as I for home with a seek woman is a disconsolate at dniggistadvlsedhim Cardui for wo to tryr and he did to began toimprove Innafewtlaysand ovcryVns v rv rapid With anotherbeing n i Mrs Stowfes letter sKows every- wuninn how a home is weaknesandbowcomupletelyWine i tress and brings health andJiappl ness Do not go on su erg todaymid iWINfICIfIIBJ t Oj 11lL tLost Reason After LaGripper Daughter Had Frequent j Spasms rMiles Nervine Cured Them Both tDr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that your medicines ninetof sparms Shecommelicedhavingthem- at the aEe of three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble waJ epileptic fits In a form lie did her no good either She Will so nervous she hardly Walk As 1 had already used Dr Nervfne and found it a good remedy for myself t11menceq Giving it to my child gave in ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the mood Purifier Thatwas over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we commenced the treatment She is troubled with nervousneSs and we consider her permanently cured I enclose her piC- ture mother in law lost her reason was insane for three months from the effects of LaUrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her sister has also taken if for slckheadache with good results We all thank you VerY much tor your good medi cines and advice I dont think there is any other medicine half so good I send ray daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet lives out in ArkansaSMRs HANNAH UARKETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases AddrerV Dr Miles Medical CD Elkhar Ind Consumption Cured Easily By the Filipino Method A soldier who spent two years in the Philippines discovered ntid brought home n certain cure for Consumption and all lung com plaints Particulars and proof free from etRPiWILSbNCalvert x t l Oil t our htruct un CUT part In In EHT lh ar tor and prices BUaOV CO n711c c tiffj I hJ c1 a i YCit T Hotel t1f g fI riJ j r Table SI1 pJiClwith thebesVtlie mafkert nffolds Everything neat and RatQ8viOOperday fi tit MACHINESHOPI flLL KINDS OF Machineiy Repaired We Keep Ip Stock Steam Fittings Belting and ElectricalSupplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In a 5 Sand 12 power Jhe best known r for farmers kTheis driven by a Engine s L T CHAS HAGAN yINCHESTEH KY u T AiI I 1VFr BAILEYtt tt- Merchant aa J Custom MILLERIvCLAY CITY KY Custom work six in the veekI GroDod BolteJ Meal always on banj for onesixth tole I I Littlepage Son I DRUGGISTS If t r- r T Clay City Ky i i Pltc Medicines Paints Sundries Stationery arid Etc 34rPrescriptions carefully Compounded k J t s r- ai The Whitest W iteXJake The LighteaLight Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit I Aio Mu loVlicH Pearl and Bakers Pride fouriTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED 1W1 ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by Leading Merchants 754 4 BiiiIttolearFinishelfo Please reputationfor lIbhStfshareil nowfWlonktilJIMd ciitalofim ALBION ALb1ON nfi clean Hose horse and Hagan days Fresh Grinds You UHO r Subscribe forte i 1 hI Eo j1rt1 ES1i 7x 1 Mi1y tITHE TIMES IU 0 AIL HOMEMADE PAPER 4liJ 7nluRSDAY MAY 28 1903 LOCAL BKEVJTIES l i I Dr Litt1epa a veii to LIX ingtnn Monday t G P Douglas of Levee WitS here Tuesday on busiite s A E Barnett fe Son arc doing a land ollice timber liiisinesis this season 4 Mr andMrs Lloyd Toddof HpOit Spring weVe trading in town Friday Floyd pay a former citizen of tlay City has moved frwn Jtidk son to Winchester These dusty days are Vtmindful of thiifflct that Cluy City badly needs a street sprinkler v to T1 e Carlisle public school building burned Saturday en wailing loss of 25000 Dr Littlepago reports the birth of a sou to Mr and Sirs Win Hogan Monday night t FMr mid Mrs J A Fox of J Winchester were guests of thep j I editor and better huff Sunday j veryeI p Toe Mount on Ilardwicks +r creek L Mr aiid Mrs James Douglas of Jftunicarne up Friday to visit I relatives here and on Hardwicks i Creel t Miss Maggie Groves Svns the guest of Mrs J AV M Kinhiyfat Winchester from Saturday till Monday v A t Unclev WS McIait shof Xena was in town Monday and favored the TIMKS office with an agreeable call W H Harrison an innmtqvoP the Confederate Route at iewee Valley was here last week visit iug his children hurt Jett ami TomWliito have t I beyn indicted for the assassjna TuekonsTho ladies of the Christian church will give ah ice cream sup i4perSaturday night in order to raise money to buy seats for the church j S Stephens 0110tsf the sliest and cleverest Hepublicans in Es till county was in the burg Tues J l1u On business and e us a 111easantelI1ti tMr Hyrned the famous Pow ell countyAstrawlierry grower supplies Clay Oitl people with us good variety as was ever mar ketedutywlwreti The Louisville Tin Stove Co a concern well known to e cry merchant in Kentucky has increased its capital stock front 100000 lof200000 Eld 4 M Rash of Winches ter was the guest of his iron J Crews last weokj and O1lueted- r prayer meeting at the Methodist church Thursday nigh- tSS u hen yoirwant a pleasant phys 1 id try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take arid pleasant in effect For I Lule by all dealers iniiateiutu medl = Ii f ci1c I For all kinds be Uwicu fruit andt t 9U fecUjpnery lemonade and pop oh lets fU t tTn Vttii lwTI l+ err f 4 it tit = ti r J Iqf c 1 t j r building His stock is always fresh and clean Give him a call H Severalvaluublennd appreciated comnmniatlonsmllst lie over on account OfrSpuce this week If matter continues to increase we may some time in the future have to enliirgen little Complait comes fnim the pout ollice nt Genet tliat the Tiansofl- ast week did not reach that place This vats no fault of the publisher its they were dispatched houi this olllee on due time Thursday Well made Ready mndcp in ladles Skirts New patterns new styles lowest prides MwJi W Williams Gay City Ky B B Self the expert Clay City butcher has quit the compa uy11111 S1 Anderson is filling his place Every inch of Mr Self is a gentleman and his services lire in great demand Dr Keiser ofLexfngton was here last Friday as advertised in the Tiltis He will snake occa sjonal trips to our town If any of our people have cross eyes and want them straightened should sSehint when he comes back Cliff Shmimfessola popular merchant of our town lost a val uable horse Thursday evening husIldlledcently Dr Williaihs ulsolost a good saddle horse from sanio trouble last feek I In the professionalcolumn this week appears the card of Dr B U Smith physician and surgeon who has permanently located in Clay City Dr Smith hits every appear ance ofa gentleman and we wel come him fo our town as a practic ing physician His office is in the tank building up stnics 71he Best ClnlmehtV1 I have derived great benefit from the use of Chamberlains Pin Bum for rheumatism and lumba go says Mrs Anna Hagelgans of Tuckahoe N J My husband used it for a sprained buck and was also quickly relieved In fact it is the best family liniment I have ever used 1 would not think of being without it I have recom mended it to ninny anti they always speak very highly of it and declare j its merits are wonderful For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Mr Samuel Ginter a well known citizen of Union Hull was down Monday on business Mr Ginter who is one of the very best Democratsiii the state is pleased with the political out thinksItion of a Democrat to succeed J A 1al nee the present Circuit Clerk lleres hoping he is correct in his views and we our j selves believe such a thing possible All the parry of superior principles needs in Estill is macro confidence GREATLY ALARMED ByalPreslstent Cough but Perma by Chamberlains I Cough Iemedyi IItjlawilltroubled for four or five years with a continuous cough which he says greatly alarmed nle causing me to fear that I was in the first stage I cjonsumptioii Mr IJurbJgo having eeen Chtuiibcrluins Cough j Remedy advertised eonchnled to try I it Now read what he bays of it I soon felt a remarkable change ante after using two bottles of ten i rynve size was permanently I cured So1diiyall dealers in i patentsmdiylne i i f p j l If y- kit 1tL Too Great a Risk In almost evry neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholear roorbus often before medicine could be procured or a physician fI mmonedArlli able remedy fOE these diseases should be kept at hand The rack is too great for anyone to take Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubted ly saved tho lives of more people arid relieved more pain cued suffer ing than any other medicine in use Jt can always be depended upon rFor sale by all dealers in putent medicine Frost which us scheduled to appear on thefSTth did not show Up yesterdayvinorning und those who say it always frosts the same day in flay that it thun ders in February must now take a back seat as they say it sure thundered the 27th of February und have siiicc expected the frost v A Farmer Straightened Out A roan living on a farm near hereanie in a short time ago completely doubledV up with rheumatism I handed hUll a bottle of- Chamberbtins Pain Balm and told him to use it freely and if not sails lied after using it he need nut pay a cent for it says C P Rnjder of pattens MilJN YIA few days Intor he walked into the store us straight us a siring and handed men lobar saying give me anoth er bottle of Qhamberlains Pain Biding I want it in the house nil the time for cured me1 For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Next week Mill close one of the most succcssful rhool terms ever known to Clay pity All threo- of the teachers are models in their different departments The Council would make no inemployingllle saine teachers for hext enlInnd thisit will likely do j vA Good Alan Gone HobrtAdams was found lead at his home near the mouthof Red r eriu Madison county Tuesday aged about 8iJ years He was a native of this county but hud well in Madisoit for nutty years He was a good citizen a mUll of tireless energy and un failing good nature The fillIl1 al told burial took place Wednes lay at the family residence Winchester Democrat The de ceased is the father of Judge Ad- urns of this place Mr Joseph Pominville of Slill water Minn after having spent octorslfo lrlAlex LivertTlttbllS I lack of appetite or constipation give these Tablets a trial and you arc certain to be morn than pleased with the results For sale at 25 cents per box by all dealers in pat ent medicille1 do you suppose dip into that bull coffee before you buy it Lion Coffee comes inscaled air tight packages no chance for handling or dirt or things to get in Clean Fresh and Fragrant iItilt1 J i a Ii Ja L i i Just Rectvtd klt om Fc dr I It8ir8MAN AMERICA GftCATttT A COMPLETE LiNE Of THE w SHIELDSIiATSJ EVERY ONE GUARANTEED OY THE MAttER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRONCL- AY CITY KYGOTE Grsxz Still in The Leadi Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them righ t and theycan depend upon getting everything they need at liv lug prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you i We are now cOllucting a general store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store We Are I n The Timber Business J heavy and lire buying all the Tunbark and Railroad Ties initluV p section that money Catibuy atjnarketeValue Wlmuyt I CASirvhen ydiir wagon is urilorided rIJt Dont Trade until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores at both places Aa Eo BARNETT It SONfX CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels w Laundry Agency in Connection i Dont fail to give him a call PH WHITEEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing aSpjadalty r 1 Located in the Eaton sholat the old race crossing i f i Sweet Potato Plants for Sale Sweet Potato sure for every body will beTTeacfy To transplant by May 10th Come and get what you need All of the best varieties J W Mize h v Vaughns Mill K- ySTANDARD I Shuttle Rotary A ewfpg Map ilae STAttJAHD GRAKD SWELL PKOBT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL tjtretailThe Standard Kotary runs as silent as the tIcl of a watch Makes BOO stitches while other machines make 200 to our local dealer or If there It na 1dealerin your town address rim Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City Ky p- SOAP I THAT CROWS III R tt I St tie U7 76l9 AMOtESOA 4 J Amok T tart aibeSuzpT AmoieSliaviiigCresniondSlieinpoo This line of high 2rado sonpo and prep itllanre11 ado from a combliu lnnof pure oils and the Mexican Amolo Iiatit ong Cie- bratedforItsasepticantpceuitariyclcuns t Theso soaps embody feature vhlia d a p t them to dellcatu aryl skinsIdoes not keepAmole 11011 j us within the next 33 days r dlblt THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED t N H WmiERSPooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 JO We solicit the accounts of huH vll nals firms and corporations 542 MEATS MALT THB IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTnUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength la Every Drop t A scientific combination of the esapdht constituents of PRIME BEEF and 1a PURE OLD MALT V LouUvllIe Ky January JJ igea MEAT MALT CO LoulsvlUc Ky GentlemenIlaringexaminedyourMeatandMaItreparation conftxwlubn and of manufacture I can sute that It is an efficient nerve and blood tonic Lt excites the appetite and Invigorate digestion and Is proltratlolaDdattendedithdebilityalldisusa truly LDKASTEKBINEMD LouUvllla College of Pharmacy SCAT It MALT BO lMilwHIKy t I iW I t kta r It t- r- j I t 1 r Furnace Everyone hero is busy these daysMr John Asher was hero on business Monday Our merchant Sam Billings reports a good trade Saturday Miss Eva Howells vho has been visiting her cousin at Bowen for several days has returned home t We are glad to note thef fact that Mr Hamilton Tipton has purchased blacksmith tools and will soon put same into operation This gentleinunis a hust ler and is bound to make a suc cessMr James Faught who has been visiting his daughter Mrs Fannie Cole at Columbus Ohio returned home Monday Mr Faught looks well and his appearance indicates that he is still get ting plenty to cut i r v Sams lItparts Mr and Mrs It J Wilcox were visiting Mr and Will Gould Sat urday night and Sunday Clarence Tyree Kennons store keeperand guager passed here Saturday on his way home The Republicans of this county cant decide which shall be their nominee for Circuit Clerk Witt or Wallace Messrs L B and H B McIntosh Thomas and Charlie Round tree and Arthur Witt attended church at Sand Hill Saturday night One of our young men makes frequent visits to Sand Hilland we think we willbe able to re7 carfulirLog Lick- A i good rain would be of consid erabln help Ilarley Dawson sold a mare to Motherly Bros for 800 Clay Combs and JVn Wills of Hedges visited Tom Lowry Satur tinyfMiss Bettie Combs of Hedges returned home Saturday after a vise it of two weeks with hersiottr Mrs Carrie Lowry Elder E W Marcum will Breach at Leg Lick Saturday May 30th it being decoration day Services commences at 10 oclock every b idy is invited toComo and take u part The brethren of Jog Lick have organized prayer meeting service at their church Meet every Thurs duy evening at early candle light We trust that it may be u success Hurley Dawson of Rnhbit own pulsed here Sunday pn his way to Millers Creek where he will engage in the tie business with his brother John Dawson Success to you my boy I V B Daughetee of Allensville passed here Saturday on his way to Jacksons Chapel Bro Daugh etee is a faithful servant and advo ctites a shining light to a lost and ruined generation VaughnsrlYL1llr We are needing rain in thig see lion badly Mr and Mrs Morgan McKinney went to Winchester Sunday There is plenty of hauling of tanbark and ties from this place Mr Duty the salesman of Louis Stlxt Co called on McKinney Bush Tuesday A I v S + ni Mr Mdigah McKinney bought a span of mules in Winchester Monday for 8235 I Mrs Lizzie Burgher of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Bush Mr and MrPGiorge Gravett entertained a numbllr of youngpeOPle- Saturday night I Mr Jack Loiverof Dingees W Va is visiting the family of A P Bush this week ft Miss Carrie Hokin visited her cousin Miss Carrie Barnett Satur day and Sunday Misses Carrie and Annie Graven spent Saturday night and Sunday with plisses Stella and Mahala Highley Messrs Evertt and Ray Burgher and Toni WhIte called on their best girls Sunday We suppose you know wlioT 4 lIrG W Clark gave a birthday dinner Sunday to George Dunaway and tq his son Charlie Dunaway was 24 years old and Charlie was three times seven There were about 60 people there for dinner and you bet they glad something good to eat i Virden SatI urday I1 Mrs T B Ware and Grttcie vis YO ited Mrs G DCook Sunday C C Clemons is arranging to erect a fine dwelling house soon There was a goodly number of citizens gathlre a the depot here Sunday to see the soldiers pMs got 1 ing 0 Jackson t A gang of Bolirbjph men came up Puesdaytofishand chase mr fox We have not yet earned thelrnamrsrbt41 yjllis Goodman isin crowa Eastins saw jbill caught fire Monday night and was burned It was on Brush creek near the Pilot Knob This mukell twice Mr Eas tin has had his mill burned The drouth hasNjauped the farm ers to quit plowing in these parts and several have left off some fields which they aimedto plant We hope the good Lord will smile on us and send us a good rain soon Mr and Mrs hum Curtis enter andtrhwere Uncle RiSF iF11e rand fam ily j G W Everranrl and wife Muster Willie and MisrSftrah All report a good time e Uncle Rae Fisher returned last Friday fromuttwovreeks Isitat Conher8Vlle IndT where he hps been to see his children Mr Fish ty icports a fine countryandevery thing in the way pf business on a boom Corn there is only worth 30 cents per bushel A Fatal Mistake At SPtingfleldfy Postmaster Nickoll went to h meofWaJ ter Stpcklmm atJavJjate hour to deliver nlctterJie was migtak en by r burglar and dangerouslywounded l As a bequests tlie Kentucky Baptist Orphan iHbnie gets 5QO 000 from the e fmof the late millionairo W F NortonT Stock oT Goods Sate I offer for sale pratelymy entire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Pood stand and good store house tvA splendid op+ pprtunity for ftny ione desiring to enter a business ofithis k pdi fcMW W L CHRISTOPHER ukSpring Ky r l f1 t n c I t- fI4Y Gourierloufnal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Tenor Twelve Pages Issued Every Wednesday 1 00a Yearnf REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM BEST EDITORIALS- BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST STORIES BEST MISCELLANY liKST PICTURES BEeT BOOK REVIEWS 0BEsr POETRY BEST CHILDRENS PAGE BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF EVERVfIilN- oCOURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES And ti- leCourierJournal Both one year for only One DollarTh- isis for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination otter must bo sent through the TIMES Office THEDfOIJD S Bi U THE GREAT FAMIaMEDICINE Thedfords DlackDraught has saved doctors more than years For the common fam constipationindigestion J plaints fever ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is nnecessary It invigorates and ulates the assisbdigestion- stimulates action of the kidneys purifies the blood and the bowels of foutaccumulations It cures liver complaint indigestion sour rheumatic pains eideacho back ache kidney troubles constipation diarrhea biliousness piles colds and headache Every gist has ThcdfordsBlackDraught in cent packages and main moth size for 8100 Never accept- a substitute Insist oh having the ChattanoogaMuticine 1 believe Yhedords elackDrau t Is the best medicine on earth If Is good for any and everything I have forrourand healthy with no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN Illewara La IEXP TRADE MARKS I COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyoneeendln1 Ssketch and descrlption quickly ascertain our opinion tree whether an invention Is Communlra lions strletly conadentiiLUandbookonIawlu- sent tree Oldest agency securlnspatents tatenta taken Munn Co reeele noUuwlthout lathe Sctortiflc flBertemAha- ndiomelr weekly largest elr eolation of any cltntlOo lonrnol Term 13 a jenai Nir Crau =67 allYorkBrao dloe J G EiWESTWith Simmons HudiyaCe CoJ St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalizedwith Louisville and Cincinnati houses JiI i yt t- A Ird r r I ry sPR NG 1003 Bluegrass jjTurseriBs FRUIT AND PMTAMCTTAL TREES yolAX VINES WALL ASPARAGUS RHURAaus- And I everything for Orchard lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on appllpatlbn Both Phones H F Hillepneyer4 Son LEXINGTON KYtj Lexington East tRY Effectivt S Pt 11902 KABTBOUND No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Stations C P in Daily ex Sun AM Lv Lexington 225 745 1 Winchester 310 825 L E Junction 322 837I Clay City 850 013 StnntofL4 923 I Natural Bridge 431 054 440 1003 leattyvllleJuuc 511 1QU- t OI K Junct 011 1120 fir Jackson 055 1180 WEST BOUND r Stations No3Dnily Po M ol Lv Jackson 225 25 0 K Junct 2 80 2111 BeattyvilleJune 3261 2O Torrent347 744 Natural Bridge 401 801 tStanton 430 828vu Clay City 480 837 L Extinction 508 I 010 Winchester 020 0 2- 3ArLexJngtonO05 10 IO- KosSrfnd 4 make close connections for Cannel City and points on the 0 d K Division except Sunday Nog 1 and 2eoiuleet nt L a E junction with Ct 0 for Mt Sterling nnd locnl points Nos lnnd 2 connect at Beatty vile Junction with L A for Beatty ville daily except Sunday J ScoTTIJenIlnnnger Agt TiROLEUI A fclenttfle chemical preparation For Curing Di of ffgrsesFett turaI1hlIlttyI1Owth thou and soreness Y1SIlIl will mix with water In all proportions consequently does Dt fzvlnda S motetiirn from thte foot Tins YUlbeapprrcisUd bytnoughtfalbnrwiiiru AS A DRESStSO ItUr foot hll ow twice a dayar1dpoUb With a brush If you 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