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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + ft of pyr + t1 ham a ftts a THE CLAYJfelTY TIMES 50 Centra Year in Advance I We are here to help Clay City tK SlrronnJing Country and OurselvesJ Ei Burgher Jr Publisher YOLo 8 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JUNE II 1903 NO 21 t The Way to Oct the Most Money From a Bushel of Corn It is claimed that a bushel ofcorn will yield a larger product if the juice is squeezed from it than if it is ground into meal The follow ing computation seems to prove it Out of a bushel of corn comes four gallons whiskey From the whis key the distiller gets five dollars the saloon keperseven the gov ernment four the railway one the farmer fifty cents the consumer six months bis wife a divorce and the taxpayers the bills As in many other manufacturers there are also some by products from the bushel of corn which ben efit the friends of the whiskey in dustry The policeman making the arrest receives fees amounting to a bout two dollars the magistrate who tries the case gets from three to six dollars the officer who fakes the drunkard to jail is allowed a bout 18 cents per mile for travel the jailer gets 220 per week for board and the Supreme Judicil Court bench and bar come in for a fifth gleaning Finally the tax payers receive a second set of bills In no way ran you get so much out of u bushel of corn as to make it into whiskey Exchange i I Mania to Defend Criminals Major A T Wood of Mt Ster ling has volunteered his services I trto defend Caleb Powers of the f df 1the Gee Jf t J WlVqt t 1tl f Jl W gm 1H at Georgetown in August t Blinds Stairways Shingles and Store Abraham Lincolns Ax Perhaps the most valuable ax in the world is owned by Dr M B Emery He says the axwas used in splitting rails by Abra ham Lincoln The doctor for merly lived in Springfield Illj and the ax was presented to him by Lincoln The says that lie has been offered 5000 for the ax but he refused to part with it He will deliver the rel ic to the managers of the St Louis Fair for exhibition purpos esCarlisle Mercury Startling Evidence Fresh testimony great quanti ty is constantly coming in declatv ing Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs I1ndcolds to be unequaled A recent expression from TJ McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes I had bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefitted Then I began takingDr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally as effective in curing all tho fTtroubie8 consumption pneu monia and grip Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumjber Co Trial bot tle free sizes 50c and 8100 Stock of Goods For Sale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good good store house A splendiU qp iportunity for anyone desiring to i nter afbtisiness of this kind v 6 i8t tITE Spout Spring Ky Ready For Business I i The firm of Shimfessol Wnldron having been dissolved and the partnership 1 will continue the business 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 by mo and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Pall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should speour line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Grapes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line lit a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours e Shimfese1 RE hN B MFG Ee WinohesterKy WeMapufaclure Sash Flooring floors Ceiling Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Etc Fronts N doctor regular standand closed We are Headquarters for Building Paper 7 VT Felt Roofing 1i Flintoid Roofing to and Etc 41rf r 1 N y Send us Your Estimates i 1 Promt Shipments r f ff- ir J hr IoIt f A t 4 i Statement Jroborated The people of Clay City were- startled and gIe ty surprised a few weeks agp when Rev W J Delaney converted priest made a public 8tatertet during his address that President Lincolns assassin was stjill hiving and that the body of the supposed John Wilkes Booth ivastltat of anoth er and tliattllo dastardly deed was committe4b the Catholic l e4ed Booth the assassin ftlia first part of Jiis statement liabecn corroborated by a perfrom Enid Okla that aiijian there named David E OcOrte1l0 was Booth under q name has diedand that nis body has been identified by tislumber of persons acquaint tt with assassin and a number neti relatives Worst ofExperiences Car anything evose than to feel that every iwinute will be your last Sllohwhe experience of Mrs Newsom caturAI For three years ahitlytites I endur el in frpm indigos tlon stomach a bowel troubel Death seemed injvitnble when doc torsand all fail At I was induced to try tricnitters nnel and the result miraculous I improved atoncnowlm completely rlc v r rolLiver Ki no Stomach tipwel troubles ElectricBttter he only medi 4sguarntteedbxS Game WflMie Indians The Clay Ci abase ball team will play a jgaift July 4 and 5 at this place with he Nebraska In dian The are expert t1idbidplayers and fair to give the home team ahot game They won 187 games out of 1621ast Benson and seerii to be making equally as good record this year The Red Skinsfplayed the Reci us nine in Louiille Sunday de felting them by ascore of 8 to 2 As one of the games comes oil on Saturday it should be largely attended Driven Tqj Desperation Living at an o tof the place remote from civilizationa family is often driven to in case of accident resulting in Burns Outs Wounds Ulcers eto Lay in a supply of Bucklehe Arnica Save ttis the best or earth 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos Storo Bad Wreck n L N- One man wl1stkilledand 18 persons were an N wreck at Mvlidraughs Hill liear Louisville juesday The wreck is supposeutQ have been caused by spreading tailsd That Throbbing headache Would quiokljwikve you if you used Dr Kings ew Life Pills Th9Usands of an tf tshaveproved their matchless ui tltJor Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure bood aridriljMild up your health Only 26ltsmoney back if not cured Snld by SwunnDay Lumber Co tit Tltq TIMES has secured a corre 8podbnt at Unibufiall who will f rmshtheneW8if that t91 of the gran ij dcouutyof Estill V- j IJ S dlir I I9iit r 0 lt tFa a ryp M Irvine Items Irvine Herald I Miss Stella Ashcraft who has been attending school at Wil more came home last Thursday There will be a picnic held at Winston on July 4th under the auspices of the Green Broaddus Post G A R This will be the Oth celebration given by this postMrs J 0 Durham nee Park of Clarksville Texas accompa nied by her sister Miss Katie Park arrivad last Friday for an extensive visit to their parents Mr and Mrs W W Park On last Thursday the fiveyear old son of Ves Scrivner was kick ed on the nose by a mule Dr Hood of Irvine who was sent for reports that except leaving a scar the child was not serious ly injured Another flow of gas was struck last week on Whiteoak creek which proved to be very strong The drillers had t6 abandon the well until another engine could be secured the flow of gas be coming ignited which rendered the one in use powerless The supply which can now be furnished from this field warrants the piping of it to Irvine in the near futureA rudely carved in the shape of a turkey was recently found no Judge 0 K Nolands farmVnear Irvine on Whiteoak4 t1rii coyerea with kn scriptions nnd arrows can be plainly traced on its back It was found at the foot of a small mound upon which are a number of Indian graves and it suppos ed to have served as a monument to the graves Vaughns Mill A P Bush sold to F P Tracy a span of mules for 8280 Misses Sudie and Doll Barnett visited Miss Mudge Gravett Sat urday night and Sunday Misses Mary and Nannie Gray ett are visiting Mrs Geo Bran = denberg at Pilot View this week Sunday was preaching day at the Methodist church and several people were out and most of them got waterbound- Mr A J Lowe of Logan W Va who has been visiting A P Bush and family left Friday for home and was accompanied by his cousin Nattie Bush who will visit them several weeks Mrs Dump Clark and her son Joe spent last Thursday night with her brother G P Douglas near Levee and the next went to visit her sister Mrs Adaline Mackinham at Mt Sterling Mr A J Lowe of Logan W Va and Miss Allie Bush of this place spent Wednesday night with theirAunt Belle Lowe at OlayCity and the next morning went to Cat creek to see their grandfatherThere some bad boys at the ice cream supper Saturday night that did some very tojking We are sorry they dont know any better and dont know what is to become of such rude characters We trust they will learn better by the next timeX LC t II vi I We are agents for the Butterick Patterns and will get any pattern on short notice for you that we dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky hFarm For Sale Ninety acres of rood land well improvedat 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 ALLGX OPBORN 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 The Balance i IWheel Look inside your wntch a moment The balance wheel Is milking 18000 vibrations an hour if Its in Hood condition If the movement Is slug theres something wrong It will move 3558 roles in a year and S requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs IS that little bsdlyi The least degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch in order for a year pay and satisfy you S JeweleroCLAY CITY a With a bank account for support you can laugh at all the ills with which you are liable to be come burdened Money is a panacea for most troubles and with economy you can afford to deposit with us regularly anything over your actual expenses + Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky ritOPESBIONAL CARDSII4111LNhINN ltMl l Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY i CITY KY R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 1 1 kt I w j THE CLAY i ITY TIMESB 50 Centsa Year In Advance J We are here to Help Clay City the SftrronnJing Country and Ourselves J Ei Burgher Jr Publisher I w VOL 8 CLAY CITY EY THURSDAY JUNE IJ 1903 NO2f The Way to Oct the Most Money From a Bushel of Corn It is claimed that a bushel of corn will yield a larger product if the juice is squeezed from it than if it is ground into meal The follow ing computation seems to prove it Out of a bushel of corn comes four gallons whiskey From the whis key the distiller gets five dollars the saloon keeper seven thd gov ernment four the railway one the farmer fifty cents the consumer six months bis wife a divorce and the taxpayers the bills As in many other manufacturers there are also some by products from the bushel of corn which ben efit the friends of the whiskey in dustry The policeman making the arrest receives fees amounting to a bout two dollars the magistrate who tries the case gets from three to six dollars the officer who takes the drunkard to jail is allowed a bout 18 cents per mile for travel the jailer gets 230 per week for board and the Supreme Judicil Court benchand bar come in for a fifth gleaning Finally the tax payers receive a second set of bills In no way can you get so much out of a bushel of corn ae to make I it into whiskey Exchange I r Mania to Defend Criminals Major A T Vood of Mt Ster lingtltas volunteered his services 1 t 7 tq Uefend Caleb Powers of the W F rliargeof complicity tiiatheG Jf tl rv4t tfJ J jpqr 1gm lR Georgetown in August t Sash doors Ceiliny Blinds I Stairways and Etc Store Abraham Lincolns Ax Perhaps the most valuable ax in the world is by Dr M B Emery He says the axwas used in splitting rails by Abraham Lincoln The doctor for merly lived in Springfield Illj and the ax was presented to him by Lincoln The doctor says that he has been offered 5000 for the ax but he refused to part with it Ho will deliver the relic to the managers of the St Louis Fair for exhibition purpos esCarlisle Mercury Startling Evidence Fresh testimony great quantity is constantly coming in declatv ing Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds to be unequaled A recent expression from TJ McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes I had bronchitis for three years and doctored ll the time without being benefitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally aseffeetivein curing all pneu monia and grip Guaranteed by SwannDay Co Trial bottle free regular sizes 60e and 8100 Stock of hoods For Sale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good stand and good store house A splend ill opportunity f r anyone desiring to enter aBusiness of this kiridv ra Vr Cjt1t Spout Spring Ky V For 1 Business- ji i The firm of Shimfessol Wnldron having Leon dissolved and the puTtuuremiJ closed Iwill continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COSTMyt New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by mo and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a StylishI1ndneat1y trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should speour line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Grapes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line rita bargain dont fail to investigate my stock f Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Bespectjully yours 0 C Shimfessel RE NGE MFGEe 4 Winchester Ky We Manufacture Flooring Weathorboardfng- Varandas Pickets Shingles Fronts N owned thodftroubles1coneumption Lumjber 18fo1If We are Headquarters for Building Paper 1Felt1lintoidRoofiing tand EtcrrJir r 2 Send us Your Estimates t Fi oint Shipments kl to 1 l- I r f f f J h I 2 tt i J I r tj0 I r Statement Qtroborated The people pf Clay City were startled andgeallysurprised a few weeks ago when Rev W J Delaney a con erWid priest made a public statenlelyduring his ad dress tlu tPf Si9 t Lincolns assassin was still diving and that the body of the supposed John Wilkes Booth iv iurtltat of another and tlmfthe flastardly deed was bytlie Catholic priesthood wbjt Ejluejded Booth the assassin 1 first part of Jiis statement liajfcbeen corroborated by a rjepbr from Enid Okla that aTtln there named- David E GcorierlO was Boot- hunder gs name has died and is has been identified byal bother of per sons acquaint 4 with assassin and a number neaprelatives- Worst Of r tiCan than to feel that every inute will be your last SuchivaI he experience of Mrs NewsoinecaturfAla For three sh otitesHI endured insufferablil fir frpm indigestion stomach a 5bowei troubel Death seemed i liable when doe toreand all failwfc At I was induced to try tiicnitters and and the result c niraauloue I improved at one idnOwIm turn pletely recover FoILiverKif- ney Stomncb yioowel troubles Electric jBitterMHiie only medi guarnliteedby flame W lie Indians The Clay Ci base hull team will playa gal July 4 and ii ut this place with he Nebraska Indians The Lilians are expert players und tlidytbid fair to give the home game They won 107 games out of 152 lust season and seSrii to be making equally as good record this year The Red Skinsjplayed the Recites nine in Loutsills Sunday de foiting them bya score of III to 2 As one of the games comes oil on Saturday it should be largely attended r Driven TQ Desperation Living at an o tof the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven td in case of accident resulting in Burns Outs Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklglis Arnica Snlve 1 tis the best on earth 25c at SwnnnDay Lumber Cos Store Bad Wreck on L N One man wusfkilledand 18 persons were an d N wreck at Mvjltlraughs Hill bear Louisville juesday The wreck is 8UpposeUto have been caused by spreading rails d That Throbbing Headache Would quiokly leikve you if you used Dr Kfng New Life Pills lhljH ands of suRlprs have proved their ma chlessn for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make uebQodlttild5iiild up your health Only 25 nts money back Sf not cured Snldby SwannDiiy Lumber Go d xTho TnIEs ImsisVured a re- RP01dCltt tUII Hall who will furnish the new Itinfthat par j tioir of the grana of 0 f Estill h y ir i 1 l1 a e of Irvine Items Irvine Herald I Miss Stella Ashcraft who has been attending school at Wil morc came home last Thursday There will be a picnic held at Winston on July 4th under the auspices of the Green Broaddus Post G A R This will be the Oth celebration given by this postMrs J 0 Durham nee Park of Clarksville Texas accompanied by her sister Miss Katie Park arrival last Friday for an extensive visit to their parents Mr and Mrs W W Park On last Thursday the fiveyear old son of Yes Scrivner was IdckI ed on the nose by a mule Dr Hood of Irvine who was sent for reports that except leaving a scar the child was not serious ly injured Another flow of gas was struck last week on Whiteoak creek which proved to be very strong The drillers hind to abandon the well until another engine could be secured the flow of gas be coming ignited whichrendered the one in use powerless The supply which can now be furnish ed from this field warrants the piping of it to Irvine in the near futureA rudely carved in the shape of a turkey was recently found no Judge O K Nolands flitQ1 ear Iryinta qi lylirteoah- creek it is with Inscriptions and arrows can be plainly traced on its back It was found at the foot of a small mound upon which are a number of Indian graves and it suppos ed to have served as a monument to the graves let Vaughns Mill A P Bush sold to F P Tracy a span of mules for 230 Misses Sudie and Doll Barnett visited Miss Madge Gravett Sat urday night and Sunday Misses Mary and Nannie Grav ett are visiting Mrs Geo Bran = denberg at Pilot View this week Sunday was preaching day at the Methodist church and several people wore out and most of them got waterbound Mr A J Lowe of Logan W Va who has been visiting A P Bush and family left Friday for home and was accompanied by his cousin Nattie Bush who will visit them several weeks Mrs Dump Clark and her son Joe spent last Thursday night with her brother G P Douglas near Levee and the next went to visit her sister Mrs Adaline Mackinlmm at Mt Sterling Mr A J Lowe of Logan W Va and Miss Allie Bush of this place spout Wednesday night with their Aunt Belle Lowe at Clay City and the next morning went to Cat creek to see their grandfather There were some bad boys at the ice cream supper Saturday night that did some very tajking We are sorry they dont know any better and dont know what is to become of such rude characters We trust they will learn better by the next time 9 i r t J 1 1 f We are agents for the Butterick Patterns and will get any pattern- on short notice for you that we dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of soot land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all neceElurv outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain AU EX OPBORN 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 1 11 11 01111111 11 The Balance r j IWheel j Look inside your watch n moment The balance wheel ismuking 18000 vibrations an hour if its good condition If the movement Is slu J theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles in a year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop of nil to make it run But it needs that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch in order for a year It will pay and satisfy you I WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY 11111111 Y111111111 With a bank account for support you can laugh at all the ills with which you are liable to be come burdened Money is a panacea for most troubles and with economy you cnn afford to deposit with us reg ularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS INhN1N11INhV LINL1111lNhl IIh1NLLNILLIN Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST i CLAY CITY KY t R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY OITYKY l B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY laiTY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON l CLAY CITY KY 1 I It Tastes Like Wheat tj t Bread baked from our flour retains the natural taste and I Uavorofthewheatberry Makes t- t better whiter healthier bread t than you have been using jcause it is milled from bCI very best wheat on a flrst 9 up to date mill run by water 4 power Let a 25sack ofii Best Patent or 3 Mountain Lily i+ talk to you It will be more t J convincing than a barrel of f j words Ask your grocer At J R C Mansfield Son ito 110S8LYN KY l K+ oa + SPOUT SPRING Several from here attended court fit Irvine Monday lIrJP Wright is able to walk about town again we are glad to note Mr and Mrs Lloyd Todd visited WJ Barnett and family SundayMiss Florence Tipton of Clay City is visiting friends in Spout Spring this week- Quarterly meeting at the Meth odist church Saturday and Sun day June the 20 and 21 Mrs Mollie Dawson of Rab bitown is visiting her father 3 McKinney at this place Mr A II McIntosh has moved from the Collins place to Henry Winburns property near Tiptons Ferry Reed Mocabee whd was con victed of horse stealing some months ago has been pardoned and is home again Miss Lillie Tipton of Irvine was down last week and secured the school at this place which she will begin the first Monday in JulyGeo W Wells and R H Our tis have bought of J D Puckett a boundary of timber and are Laving the bark pealed and the tie timber worked up The Republicans of this county are now talking of a primary e lection to finish up the work of the lamented convention at Ir vine which could agree on noosing and failed in their objectthe nomination of a candidate for Circuit Clerk Elder JM PSimer of John son county who was to preach at the Baptist church Sunday was on hand but he arrived a little too late as the crowd had dispersed rather prematurely onnccount of a heavy and threateningrising storm Afternoon services were also thwarted on account of a heavy rain Preaching again the next first Saturday und Sung lay Increased Reward The membership of Jacksons Chapel has increased the reward for J the apprehension aid conviction of the party who shot into the church house sonic months since from 25 840 Jr n THE TIMES 1UULIStIKI I VERY THURSDAY J B Burgher Jr Publisher 0 Sutscriptioa Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclnss mall matter Thursday June 11 1903 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers atv prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Not Quito so Fast If some of the papers had been as quick to accuse the Republican oflicials assassinating Gov Gu bet and conspiring the pro ject because they were in control at Frankfort at the time as they are to assume and declare that theDemocratic officials of Breath itt did the flirty work in the no torious mountain county their present preponderant accusations would be more seriously consid ered by unprejudiced people No positive and direct statement has ever been made and no witness has ever attested to the guilt of these pobably maligned officials in the assassination cases yet the press of the state irre spective of politics has penned and verified the unwholesome yet unauthorized charge These premature charges to their pres ent extent are unjustifiable as the defense some are putting up for fugitive Taylor Caleb Pow ers Jim Howard and etc in the Goebel conspiracy To convict Democrat of assas sination suspicion is all that is necessary to convict a Republican he must self confess a bar relof evidence from coconspira- tors counts nothing Another Day is Coming The timber in this section is becoming scarce and in a short time it will practically all be gone Numbers of persons now engaged in this business Will then be thrown to agricultural pur suits for a livlihood and we should be prepared to confront the change to the best advantage Without good roads these peo ple will be in a bad plight and what can we do in Powell with no bridges Oant get get our products to market six months out of twelve cant get across the river at least onethird of the time have to wait until na ture provides relief and perhaps then your commodities are not in demand and must sell at a sacri fice Our county must have good roads and bridged streams or we must in a few more years suffer a geat relaxation in business in every portion of the county A Commendable Precedent Saloons should bo closed on Sunday and that conscientious and fearless OlayOity Councilman who took steps with that end in view for this town is justly receiving the approbation of all lawabiding citizens Such duties incumbentupon local officers should not be so wilfully neglected as they have heretofore been No one cares to enforce the laws but they must be respected and obeyed andtha- city authorities are the ones to do the work ThoTiMKS sincere Ip Jy trusts thatfthe good ivockstart ed will notcerise until every saloon in the county will be closed tight as a jug on Sunday and all public days law requires One of tlieTriestrJctions tthe Breathitt courf1is to allow no one in the court Worn until ho is searched fqrjyeapons This pis tol business is wtiolly unneseesa ry and causes a great deal of useless trouble Those despera does and assassins are as harm less as a cow d only when he has a deadlyweapmt on his cow ardly and brutal person Too much lenity is now shown to pistol to ters in our courts when there should really be none and the full petiMtytlof the law im posed upon ever one of them The Republicans of Leo county in a body have called upon Judge Becknerr of Winchester to make the race for Attorney General The Republicans of this county perhaps claim Ve honor for mak ing one of their party out of the distinguished gentleman as it was at the 13 ille Democratic convention aflB years ago the Judge quit t1rty which had made him farfus when JFitzpot rick defeated for Congress The Judge is nJfit man to repre sent such a party as he now cherishes So mote it be The DemocrMs of Clay Oityare as yet not organized for the fall campaign y officers are to be elected this fall and to win with the usual lnjlritYt the party must bq or nized to rrake the fight IfxinoWlime to name thevariouscn dates and to a dopt a policY the voters may become fully quninted with then + This ttersliould not be delayed ar Bar week When candiKites for county offices announe let them be bold enough tq give their constituency their view on the road and bridge question Which today is the most vitllofialUssues before the people of the county Louisville Republicans have two candidates for Gubernatorial honors and they are worrying very much trying to get the bet ter man A E Wilson out of Belknaps way The negro the Winchester deJrtmentof to be We are indeed glad tosee our neighbor improve We are listening for a vigor ous protest against Governor Beckham for permitting the Lau ref county troubles There is more Catarrh in this section ofthe country than nil oth er diseases put together and until the last few yearswas supposed to be incurable For n great many years doctors pronounced ita local disease and prescribed local reme dies and byconstantly failing to cure with local treatment pro nounced it incurable Science has prrfven catarrh to be a constitution al dispose and therefore rewires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney R Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional pure on the market iTt is token internally in doses from 10 drops to teaspoon fulIt acts directly onthe blood and mucous surfaceeoflthe system they offer one hundred dollars for any case ltfails totcure Send for ciroulars and testimonials Address F J Ohenpydso Toledo O Sold by Druggist fffio 1V t Halls Family FjfiSfareihejbeBk 1 r t- Y1M h W e tl lIw Coming Next Tuesday Teets Bros famous roUroad show will exhibit here Turesday June 10 This show has been hero two different times before and our peo plenre well acquainted with its merits and excellent performances though many new features arc added for this season There will will be no backdown with this show Hke4Jie onq Advertised here in the early spring Those who conic to to town next Tuesday to see a good clean show at a popular price need not bo disappointed Motherti Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr 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 cured m little girl of nine6f spasms Shecommenceilhavinethem- at the age three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits a form He did her no good so nervous she hardly walkAs I had already used Dr Nervine and found ita gOod remedy for myself I commenced riving it gave her in all ten bottles of theNervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we com menced the treatment She is no longer o bled with nervodsness and we her permanently cured I enclose her picture My motherinlaw lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six botflesuf Dr Miles Net vine cured her Mysistet has also taken it for sick headache d results We all thank you much for Jour good medi vines and kind advice I dont think there is any Other medicine half so gootLlsend my aughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little girl lives out in Arkansas MRS HANNAH 1UEKETT Springdale Ark Alt druggists and guarantee first bottle Dr Bend for free book on Nervpus and Heart Diseases Addrel Dr Miles Medical Cu Elkhrtlnd value prices Wes to A I Clay City Hotel i EATON Prop M I supplied the best the I markert Everything neat t i and per MACHINE SHOP KINDS ofiMachinery Repaired We Steam Fittings Belting v and Electrical Supplies WE Gasoline engines In 3 5 8 and horsepower Tho best for and press on this paper ii ii A L T CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY M BAILEYJ r Merchant anj CustomI MILLERCITY KY d thewecko t jF- rLsh f Groani BolteiMealalwafs o IMnj 1I for onesixth tole I 1 Littlepage Son i DRUGGISTSClay Ky it iPatent Medicines Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc tPrescrlptions carefully compoundedi+ + H t ++ H+ t++ + +++H+ t ++ +ot 1 jt The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest BiscuitI Mode Wli on Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour I Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY VERSAILLES KY by our Leading Merchant Built toWar Finished to Pksefi reputationtorBtnictlon Ey rypartllnBpectKd and Illgbpst possible tor the EvylobarmntId friturrt that make our Vehl WemekrafulllineSend forcataloguennd ALBION BUQQY CO MTkofwah ALBION HIGH r J H Table with A nffoids clean Rates 8100 Jar fiLL Keep lij Stock Hose ALSO BUILD 12 known power farmers others The which printed driven by Hagnn Engine j CITY iI Custom work six rsin i Grinds t Paints H ot Are You Use JA CAIN Sold 724 S ibscrlberQP uu ijTH E TIM ES ir 1 J iip I I jI t I f esI a Yd I + Y THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPERI THURSDAY JUNE 11 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES Miss Hoyt Adams is visiting relatives in Madison county Uncle James W Baker of Vaughns Mill was in town yesterday Eld N McIntosh is holding a protracted meeting at Mt Tabor Estill county Mrs J H Evans of Beatty ville is visiting friends in Clay I City this week Prof and Mrs W R Eubank are on an extended visit to Clark coimty relatives Saturdays and Sunday are reg ular preaching days at Powells Valley Baptist church Pastor Willis filled his stand n at the Methodist church Sunday morning and at night I Judge W T Adams is in Mad ison county superintending af fairs of his fathers estateI Prof Ruch ti professional IIp notst = gave exhibitions in the burg Wednesday and Thursday nights Col Jos Tucker was up from i Winchester Tuesday looking af ter his real estate interests in this town Our graced school closed last Friday It is accredited by most every one as being the most sue Vcessful terms ever taught at this r place x John M Ifont true arraign ed in the Police court Monday on the charge of keepingopen his saloon on Sunday and fined 1000 for the offense 0 L McClure and Louie Brad ley attended a concatenation of Hoo Hoos at Winchester Friday night and were initiated into the mysteries of the black cat The local ball team defeated the Krippnedorfs of Oincinnati on the home field by a scqre of 2 to 0 A number of outoftown visitors witnessed the game I Circuit court convenes at Stanton next Alondny Only a very few cases have been docketed since the March term and it seems that this ae9 ion will be one of short dura tion and little interest 4 Fred Smothers who went from this place to Secdr Ill has found out like all other emigrating PowelliteB that he cannot do without the 1nlJ Bsoho writes 1us inclosing the necessary 50 cents Joe Vaughn writes us to change ills paper from Moberly Mo to 8117 Park ave Kansas City Mo where he has recently moved I He says lie receives the I TIMKS asa regular and welcome visitor v The sentiment seems to be go ing for the organization of a Baptist church at this place Tore are a muiiber of members of thatdenomination in the town and they should be banded together r I For all kinds of choice fruit and confectionery lemonade and pop OH see go to Jo Martin in the Tucker n building His stock is always fresh and oleum Give him a cajl J r u i ItI I 1q Yy 0 J Joo I Mr B B Self has opened anew meat store in the Adams Hotel building where he is supplying fhe trade with fresh and cured meats poultry vegetables and etc He has already gained an enviable trade and bids fair to grow a large business Irvine citizens are becoming interested in a cemetery and so should Clay City Nothing shows up thoughtful humanity better than a nice spot prepared for our last resting place The old Ea ton grave yard is ii trice and beautiful spot for such purpose and with proper care and atten tention could be turned into a beautifulcemetery The programs for the Kentucky Valley Medical Association which meets semiannually has been issued from this office in the usual satisfactory manner Among the doctors on the pro gram are Drs R A Irvin and- O D Mansfield of Powell Clay City has no fire protection and the conflagration on Friday night is very remindable of this fact We should have an organized fire department by all means The reduction of insur ance rates alone would maintain the system and be of such great satisfaction to our people and such a great saving in fire losses Let us give this + matter some thought The Best Cough Medicine I sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of all similar preparations pUt together and it gives the best satisfaction of any medicine lever sold I guarantee every bottle of itF 0 Jaquith Inland Mich This is for sile by all denIers in patent medicine Isolated Clay City Aside from the railroad outlet threhasbeen butone road lead ing out from Clay City accessa ble for several days The river which nearly surrounds the town has been up and we could only get away from town over the Hardwicks creek road The sit uation of the river is Clay Citys greatest drawback and this must be obliviated by a bridge at some central point His Last slope Realized From the Sentinel Gebo Mont In the first opening of Oklahoma to settlors in 1889 the editor of this paper cons among the many seekers after fortune wbp made the big race one fine dty in April During his traveling about and af terwards his camping unnn his claim he encountered much bad water which together with the se vere heat gave him a very severe diarrhoea which it seemed almost impossible to check andalong in June the case became so bud he expected to die One day one of his neighbors brought him one mall bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope A big dose was given him while he was rolling about on the ground in great agony and in a few minutes the dose was repeat ed The good effect of the medi cine was soon noticed and within an hour the patient was taking his first sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked COUl1 plete cure and he cannot help but feel greatful The season for bowel disorders being at hand sug gests this itemForaale qyn1l dealers in patent medicine Well made Ready mattes in la dies Skirts Now patterns new styles lowest prices MrsJ W Williams- CiaytiCityC Ky t1 IL JI tfIf r ytt- ilto Chamberlains Stomach and Liv erTabletsf just what you need when you have no appetite feel dullafter eating and wake tip with a bad taste in your mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorateyour stomachand give you a relief for your food For sale by all dealers in patent medi cine Law Not Recognized in Powell Although the law has never been carried out yet the statutes require that the receipt and dis bursements of all public monies be published in a newspaper in the county where such taxes are collecting It requires that nil settlements with the Sheriff be published as well as a detailed list of names A whom and for what it is soIfidEx I have been troubled for some time with indigestion and sour stomach8ays Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Massand have been tat lug Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab ts which have help ed me very much so that now I can eat many things that before I could not If you have any trouble with your sto ch why not take these Tatbets ajl get well For sale by all dealers in patent medicine The trial of Curt Jett and Tom White for assassinating J B Marcum has begun in the Breath itt court The jury was selected from Mngofiiri County veniremen What the outcome will be is yet to be determined All is quiet at Jackson at present Chamberlains Cholera and DI arrh Remedy The uniformcress of this remedy bas made 1 the most popular preparation in e for bowel complaints It is erywhere recog nized astheo remedythat can always be dep d upon and that is pleasant to tafo It is especially valuable for sAmer diarrhoea in childenandl undoubtedly the means of eavinglhe lives of a great many children such year For sale by all dealeas in patent medicine Destructive Fire At one oclQck Friday night the alarm of fire was sounded and it proved to be the beautiful residence of W R Cassidy in the eastern portion of town At this time the house was in a mass of flames and caving in None of the content were saved Loss about 8G00 w Ii about one half this amount of insurance No clue to the origin of the fire as Mr Cassidy was not at home on this occasion and his wife had been away ouii visit for three weeks Cuts Bruises and Burns Quickly He led- CbamLer1ainsPain Balm is an antiseptic liniment and when ap plied to cutsbruises and burns causes thorn to heul withour matu ration and much more quickly than by the usual treatment For sale by all dealers in patent medicine The Keystone oCOOtrHea1tla is pure food Lion Coffee is alcolenoglazing of eggs or glue to conceal de tyFreshiin flavor because always in I sealed packages never in bulk X t r i t M t al- A Just Received From Factory I THI GftUTtlT NAT SALCSMAN IN AMMICA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED DY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLS 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 and they can depend upon getting everything they need ut liv ing prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you We are now coducting a general store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store We Are In The Timber Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties In tHis section that money can buy at market value We pay theICASH when your wagon is unloaded Dont Trade + until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores at both placesAE BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKYJ WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITV KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find keen razors and clean towels Y Laundry Agency in Connection 2S Dont fail to give him a call DHWHITEHEADi CLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman- i t Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing 1- f i is 4 Sweet Potato Plants for Sale Sweet Potato slips for 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 Rotary STANDARD GRAND SWELL PBOHT tOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEBLl We alto manufacture sewing machines that retail from 1200 up The Standard Rotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Slakes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 to our local dealer or If there Is c deerin your town address ma Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City Ky n SOAP THAT CROWS Sewing Machine t tAARK 77e Rts I to o AMOLE SOtr II teole Met sd Burlier Soup Arnolc Slmving Cream nd Shampoo This line of hlsrhgrado poops and prep arations command ready sales and arc countryMadeand the Jloxlcnn Amolo Plant long celo bratcd forIta aseptic and peculiarly cleans IlG properties Ihese soaps embody foaturos whtti puilcularlvadapt them to delicate and sensitive Bt ns soapinassortc4boxMftxican Amole Soap Co PEORIA ILL THEr Winchestej Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiEiispooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 542 MEAT MALT THS IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Like and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouIsville Ky January coos MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky GentlemenlIavlnsexamined your Meat and Malt acquainted with IU composition and of manufacture I can ante that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excite the Ctlte and Inv lorales digestion and beneficial nervous prostration and- alitscasesatteadedwlthdebility Yours LDKASTENBINEMD I Louisville College ofPharmacy BEliiIItIJALT CO Loutovllio Kjf c Bowen Billie Townsend was here yesterday I Albert Day was in our town FridnytDnniel Skidmoro went to Gla dy yesterday Mr Scobee of Winchester was hero the last of last week Reese Bowen of North Fork was in town Friday Mr Brookover the hustling tie man was visiting James Holman the last of the weeks t Sams We arel having plenty of rain now There ib quite a tide in the Kentucky river ut this writing W F McIntosh and IDtN Witt attended the lodge at Spout Spring SaturdayMinter Hackworth have gone down the river with a raft of about 260 logs Authur Minter returned from tie mountains Saturday with two mules he bought to work on the tram road s JF M Roundtreo got bit on the hand by a house fly and his hand and arm are swolen to a great extent and the doctor says blood poison may set up Cob Hill Rev Sam Gross and wife of Dripping Spring visited Dr Seay SundayMrs Breese has returned home after a weeks visit with her parents near Dripping Spring ISV We are glad to say MrsSilasXee is able to be out after an illness of some weeks Although stormy a large audi ence attended Sunday school Itev Sam Gross gave us a good talk on Christian duty and Sunayschool work We have learned the entertain went the 18th to be given at the schoolhouse consists of readings recitations and tableaux nnd some other interesting features that will make it one of the best Price of admission adults 10 cents children 5 cents Kimbrell Born June 3rd to the wife of James D Puckett a son Ed Rose of Clay City was here last week looking after pome timber for the Mutual Handle Co Quarterlv meeting will be held at Jacksons Chapel the SOtlumd 21st of June by EydiT C F Oney Mrs Thomas Winburn of No Jandc is visiting her mother Mrs Muttio Blanton of this place t Born June 8th to the wife of Cleveland Sams 4 girl arilon the same day to the wife of William Uuggins a girl Mrs E II Bowles of Fox and Mis Henry Burton of Blooming dale are ut the bedside of their mother Mrs Martha Harris who has been sick for several days Gentry Puckett are moving their saw and grititmil rfroiiiron Mound to the Harris place near here where they have a contract Of cutting some timber for Jo Jones I Virden Billio Mastin was in Clay City Saturday on business UnclePressEverman visited G W Curtis at Right Anglo Sunday u oc r Mrs Al Bitkeirnnd Mrs Pat rick arevisitiiirelatives in Bour bon county tlijs Week Tho Bourbon county sportsmen have all returned homo except Uncle Wil1iGoodman Aunt Dilir arctFi her visited her daughter Mrs D 0 Morehead on Gpperns creek this week n5 j Mr J W Baker cline Ii6me last Saturday xfrom Lee City whore he is engaged in tht goods business ft s a D Cookwas at Indh l Fields TuesdayJand purchased a boundary ofii11r fAHAn derson for 2Ooo Wo are having no rains recently and the farmers are glad to see the pleasaitf showers Corn i4 coming tothofront and the weedstool Ulilonnall We ire itirtI I I sSfctJOnj Mr and Mrs Covey was visiting in this vicinJY Sunday Miss Lizzie Ginter was the guest of Miss Lizzie Adams Sunday Mr Paul Adarhs went to town Saturday in seared of his best girl 4There is w new sore going up at this place Yeish Hood much f i success A c Mr RoborbSmith and wife vis ited Mr nnd MrrSidney Gi tr Sunday e I Mrs Samuel VElters has returned homo from IriewhJrcshe has been visiting hef hildreil at that placeMiesAnnie l Swho nns been visiting friend nd relatives at this place hash eturned to her home at Olay City T W Pierce win this commu nity thi week in inarch ofan Iron boat that was surtk by the Union Soldiers in the Kentucky river dur ing the civil war A Log Lick Meal is 70 cents per bushel nt 101Vicnna Uncle Jack Parrish is report ed pry sicktl SimpsonFltJbeJiOf Schollsville p ere Sunday Dock Pig of T inchester was out among his old friends Friday Clay Cvmbs of Hedges visited hls sister Mrs CaiVy Lowpy Friday I tMr J B LangleMadison cqun ty was the guest bf his cousin Mrs W R l1iithe Friday y Mr and Mrs Mii hell Wills of mouth of Red river visited W IL Matlarly and otli relatives here Sunday iv Grant Elkin MarionDawson and Richard King were calleq Friday to the bedside of Tlielderi 1 lkin ntv Anville Jackson county t who is reported verysick Elder Culton Qj llichinqndr- jreaphed at Log LicKSut rdny anti Sunday at eleven ojtclpck Communion was postponed on the atf count of the absence of several members by sicknetsT jjf At about 12 o clockcSaturdayth8- hardestrain that hThen in 20 years fell near Bpundjtree which brought ruin and de8truutio to growing crops bridges fences and all that was in the of theflood That came sweePingm W D Howards creek All clops offthe low lands are destroyed A ri on awayIndamage will reach tofialarge figure IT Ii Try frhealth 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7r 19OZ Eight months I was so ill that I was compelled to ie or sit down nearly all the time My stomach was so weak and upset that could keep nothing on and I vomited frequently I could not urinate great pain and coughed so much that throat raw andsoo Thedoctors pronounced it disease consumptionIt called it and I had no desire to live A sister visited mo from St Louis and asked mo if I had ever tried Wine of CnrJui I told her I had not and she bought n bottle I believe that itsaved my lifo lUlicvemany women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value Dont you want freedom from pain Tako Wine of Cardui and make one supremo effort to be well You do notneed to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and tloawomans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today WN sCAADUI Courierjournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Ten or Twelve Pages I Issued Every Wednesday 100 a Year REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REI ORM MORAL REFORM BEST EDITORIALS I BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST STORIES BEST MISCELLANY BERT 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