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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t act ttr i t IW l THE0 CLAY 4IITY TIMES t i i 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to hclpClaTO nierSDrronDding Conntry and Ourselves It E Burgher Jr Publisheri4 VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY URSDAY JULY 16 1903 NO 21 Snakes For the Worlds Fair r J H Vivion the noted Powell county snake charmer has collected i up and has now on hand fill snakes of various kinds ev cry native snake being represented except the copperhead He is gathering up these reptiles to ex hibit at the Worlds Fair next year He has associated with him another snake man who is arranger serpents Mr Vivion had a val uable snake 11 feet long to die a c few weeks ago Ice Cream Supper JAnice cream supper was giv at the Christian church Satur ten night the proceeds of which t go to the support of the church A handsome sum was realized by the rood ladies who gave the f supper and who spread the dain ties in such an attractive way 1 l and served them so impartially 41and generously to the appreciat j gathering t A Good sq Keeper Bon C King brought to our office r B which has been kept year and is as sound jIovedromlast from the vine It to a long keeping l family of that vegetable Winches 7f 4 ter Democrat will pr ati at Macedonia jEldfctfs T Xurpinill Ipreact lifcMVcedonia obqrchytiear1 Loveo the corning Saturday ptfndBuif f f doors Varnndas Stairways Shingles Eto DEDICATORY EXERCISES of the Clay City Christian Sunday July ipth 1902 MORNING BSRVtCR 11 OCLOCK Opening hymn Coronation Introductory reading by Eld Reynolds Prayer by Elder J M Rash Song Service Address of WelcomeElder James Lunsford Song service Address on giving by Elder Crutcher Song I Gave My Life for Benediction by Elder D G Combs Noon Basket Dinner AFTERNOON SERVICE220- Opening Hymn Introductory reading by Elder E W Marcum Prayer by Elder Albert Easter Song Service Address on Result of Giving by El der D G Combs Song Service Dedicatory sermon by Elder Reynolds Song Service Benediction by Elder James Lunsford The song service will be conducted by Prof Frank Edwards MARRIED Mr Will Adams of Virden and Miss lea Ballard daughter of Tom Ballardwere married in the ifficefat Stanton Wednesday July 16 by1dr J T Turpin Sr ijfo Ring Loe 1V h Gpdlng Wit d Setting hidf Iat1aedrto this Office r ReadY For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of G Fall MillineryF You can bo suited hero ladies in a Stylish and neatly j trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and should spe our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C Shimfessel 1- 1F6IANE E MFGE Winchester Ky Maqufacture4M Ceiling a Blinds Weatherboarding x Pickets and s Store Fronts Church Theo Clerks you fail We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Send us Your Estimates PromtSitlpmentti r f z- ii C I y ItemsHernldJ The IrviniEirass Band was reorganized day night new instruments e been ordered and as soy of the old mem bers are at i head of the organization i i will be able to make musj Fein three or four weeks j J H yHof the Bible Col legsaOi J1ill preach at the Cliri f3J1 trcIi the first and thtr a in each month t fJuscnce of W Ii Staffordswill spend his va cation in s n At Sim hirley Flinchum 10 lT1 Flinchum nccldcntall Shot Ins fouryear old sister ty July 4th with a Iturt pIstol The ball enref left side and lodged nekrr vertebrae Dr J M L Sea ascalled and took the balloi t Ie little girl is in a critical ao tiQn at this writ ing and lmei very is doubtful The hero tic Chairman of the countiei lCtne 28rd Judicial district Wh met at Jackson Sra loa ertiiine the manner of non itinga candidate for Ctrcuiitrge and Commo- nwealthsAarneyresulted in a- tle vote chairmen Jcsei1t two votmg- for a prima two for a convention a meeting was ad journed August to fiet again at Jacks- Qn StatetCoaimittee Acts Tile StnttCentral Committee met nt Fran ort thia week and- ovcrfltrowed tfte actions of Chan man Allie Youpg by adopting n resolution approving and con firming the regular committee in Jefferson county and the recent primary election in Louisville The committee which he appoint ed in Lexingtonjis turned out Dud a new lot of Democrats put into service A campaign committee was appointed with SW linger the nominee for Auditor as chair man A Popular Candidate Ben F Edwards of College Hill wellknown to our Estill county readers has announced himself a candidate for Superin tendent of Schools of Madi 011 county subject to the action of the Democratic primary Ilk father G Frank Edwards was sheriff of Estill county several years ago and made a good and popular officialBrutailyrortured A case came to light that for preslstent and uomerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobickjj of Colsua Calif writes For 16 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing Relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the grratest medicVneop earth for that trouble A fev bottles of it com pletely relieved sand cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and 1er debility On ly fiOo Satisfaction guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co Theyre NowComtag Back Last spring when so many emi grants wereleaving part of Kentucky as though it butlfromturning to tlta nd old county 1M ItV f of Powell it appears altogether different But very few peopleI over better their leaving Those who go West and succeed would nlso succeed in Kentucky if they would only use the same exertion on their na tive soil Still very few people better their condition by leaving Kentucky but most generally worse themselves No Pity Shown For years fate was after me continuously writes F A Gull edge Verbenia Ala I had a ter rible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos Store Likes Marian Prof W R Eubank has returned from Harlan county where he conducted the teachers insti tute last week He expresses himself as being very much sur prised at the advancement made in educational lines in the moun tain county and says the teach ers up there are very well up to I their profession much better than he expected to find then Working Night And Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Thee1 pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfa into mental r Theyre Icon htlrhOnlyDay Lumber Co Hoosiers Troubled by Negroes Numbers of negroes who were frightened away from Evansville during the race riot and made for Vencenese Ind have also struck hard luck at the latter place The police are ordering all strange negroes from the town and one of them was ar rested for elbowing a white man off the sidewalk Night Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Apple gate of Alexandria Indnnd could hardly get any sleep 1 had consumption so bad tliiit if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 8100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guar anteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Only oOc and 8100 Trial bottle free at Swann Day Lumber Cos Store Died Peter Gentry died at his home near Richmond Tuesday July 7 of consumption Funeral servi ces were conducted at the home by Eld Harding and burial in the Richmond cometry Wednes day He leaves a wife and sev eral children Deceased is a son of Mrs J P Wright who for merly resided at this placer 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 bt I Farm For Sale I Ninety acres of good land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood r and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN OSBOKN Spout Spring Ky Get What You Want at Jo Martins FRUIT STAND Choice Fruits of nil kinds in great variety Confectionery So da Pop Lemonade and Etc 7th Avenue Clay City ee The Balance I jWheel momentTlie is- S vibrations nn hour if its fii good 1 condition If the movement is slug gish theres something wrong t will move In a year and- S dropofthat little bndly The least degree i of friction on the bearings the motion Dont clmnces LetS Jme clean and oil and put yourwntch order for a year It will pay and J satisfy you iWEBB the jeweler i rsi t The many little ways in which you could economizeif you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money enough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters We receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest com pounded every six months on your savings We have issued a book let explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky MtOFKSBIONAL CARDS- 4PMIryNNNMhMP4WNPU4 1PyryMMMNNM Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LITTLE PAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY a d i It Tastes Like Wheat 1 Bread baked from our flour = retains the natural taste and tT flavorof the wheat berry Makes t4 better whiter healthier bread X 1 s 1cause Best Patent or i I Mountain Lily I talk to It will be more tFconvincing than a barrel of T your grocer t i RC Mansfield Son j+ RQSIILYN KY tH+H + 1 SPOUT SPRING Mr Joseph P Wright visited relatives in Madison county a A few days last week Mr and Mrs Benny McKinney visited Mr and Mrs J E Burgher at Clay City Sunday- T S McKinney and wife went to Mt Sterling lust week and drove homo a new buggy Mr and Mrs Lloyd Todd vis ited Mr John W Dawson and wife at Milieus Creek two dajs thisw ekr 8tr JeyjulnJUItasplmre the day afc Natural Bridge Sun day and report tim falling of a- very hevy rain while they were thereW J Christopher Jr has been engaged to play with the Clay City ball team In the game against tarn Indians July 4 he made a good record The click and clatter of thin mowing machine can be heard in tho meadows at all hours during these fine cool haying day The yield is about an average one Allen Osborn who Ijas been afflicted with epilepsy for some time continues to not improve very fast He is now under the treatment of that successful prac tioner Dr B Littlepage of Clay City R H Curtis one bf our oblig ing merchants postmaster and prince of good fellows is driving of late a buggy of many colors which shows the taste and dex terity of Mr Curtis as a painter as well as one of the cleverest men in the burgI- ncreased Reward The membership of Jackeons Chapel has increased the reward for the apprehension and conviction of the party who shot into the church house some months since from 25 840 Stock of Goods For Sale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good stand and good store house A splendid op portunity for any one desiring to enter a business of this kind W J ClIKISTOPHEn Spout Spring Ky I a I THE TIMES IOIIUSIIKD EVERY TIIUIISDAY J 15 Burgher Jr Publisher Sntscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 16 1903 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal tlOl CI Cincinnati Enquirer lKu Louisville Commercial 75 CI Home and Farm 76 An IIIAUvlsed Action The City Council nt its last meeting granted tho Beattyville Telephone Company which holds the franchise privileges for operating a telephone exchange in Clay City the right to charge 24 per year for phones in busi ness houses instead of 21 as stip ulated in the original agreement If tho Beatty villu Company could not comply with that part of the franchise and did not doso within Ute allotted time which soon expires the Council could then ad vertise and sell a new fcaiicliise and if the Beattyville Company could not fill their part of the agreement some other company could have done so perhaps or ave fttrnished the same service for say 22 or 28 which would have been better than 24 At least another company should have been given an equal show ing to furnish the same service for less money especallyso when theraro home peoplp wlio would filcVto liavet1Jro fraiiciseSwith the latter provision If concessions are to be made to thin company at their request they will when ilie system be comes indSspensble demand an other advance and perhaps ask that other lines now entering the city be removed Crops sow be laid by and other rush work with the farmers will soon be over Then it will be an opportune time for the road surveyors to get in sonic work on the poor and needy county roads By all means let us put them in better condition than they were left last fall to take the winter Such dreadful experience with bad roads as we had last winter was never under gone before in our memory While it is impossible to got n better system of roadworking this year we should make the very best of the antiquated sys tem now in force and have the best roads possible under such unfavorable circumstances Powell county has aroud ma chine which seemsto do firstclass work in properly grading the roads and when it can be used it should not be idle a day in the year We need an organized system of continued road work ing throughout the county in order that the machine may be equally used in ovary portion of the county In this issue of the TIMES a call is made upon A H Norton by ninny voters to enter fhe raceibr County Judge of Powell County Mr Norton is splendid Democrat n man well acquainted with thin countys needs and in every respect is a fit man for the posi tion which his legion of supporters seek for liim p 0 T The Retti can state cpnveh tion whjcjimet at LoU 8Y lEf yesterday ttinqmihate candidates for state oflicErs ins found some knotty prpbleiTis to solne since ii nut A ojyieted delegation goes from Louisville anln large percent ftoni the State goes tin instructed Wilson has signified his intention fa withdraw if his Louisvillbdeiegation is not seated Belkhap claim enough instructed pifeafo nominate him tin the first ballot Pratt is confl donfrof Bucceljs Front the pres outlook itseeins that the RePub- lican pres8which has been devoting sojiiuch time advising the Democrats what to do can now work at home for awhile TIlE TiMk lhrequentlyrrall ed attention to the U1 reports which continually creep into the d ssltid the fol lowing unfounded false report comes under our own observation In speaking Fifthe ball game at this place Sunday a leading daily concludes During the vrogrcssof time game two neon names could not be learned became involved in a quarrel with a white man Tho mans friends came to leis assistance as did the colored inansnttd for a time the race war seenle3imminent The authorities however arrived in tiuiotdprpventfanyserious trouble and the gaineiproceeded until the nine were Kentucky has 6ne negro candi date for office O Albert 1V Short colored of Ohio county is running for Circuit Court Clerk Ho speaks as follows to his constit uency 4 Republican countmore esp colored VQ ters Thisf islfhe I11yWqythe colored people f K tu kyviU ever thet feoftlf pie- Wohmnyo1ieeii voting wi h the white n8 the ab olition of slaveryand Ifor one think we are entitled to this advancement and tjf the colored people will stay with me we will get a part of theie West Virginians have devised a new mode df punishing ne gro rapists They sought thin severeestconceivablopiinishment for a brute who had so criminal ly assaulted a fourteenyearold white girl and agreed upon the idea of skinning liim alive which they did iyeTy This all happened in a Republican gov erned state and jioplnn wascar tied out without interruption from the officials When such h inoultcrhnesJrcommitted in either North orpSouth Judge Lvnch finds a way for quick settlement Theodore Blakey of Beatty vine has announced as a Republican candidate fprrQircuit Judge in tho 23rd district If he is nom mated by his partyhe will only gut tho empty l attached Judge ftiddell 6firyine will be- the next judge inthis district A GALL If A H Nortill iihiiks tape race for County uage he will r ceivothesupiottot = MANY yOTRB 100 RewartooLi- me readers oWilp wall be pleased to learnjnjhafe theteisat least one dreade jisease that sci ence has been able tocuie in Pail its stages and thatIs Catarrh Hams Catarrh Cure o JlpQ8itive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh lj t1 gaoon requirefaafConstitutionaltarrh tdr Jrr Y f rT l 1It 5 r fii 9 riDgdirctlrupon the blood and of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In proprietorslhBe hred Dollars for any case that it fells to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Rs Co Toledo Q Sold by Druggist 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nerving Cured Me When the nervous ai tern hu been shattered by the use of deadly drop there b nothing to equal Dr Miles Nerrine in restor ing to health and normal activity 1 f elo grateful for whit Dr Miles Restorative Neb e has done for me that I must tell it humanity that suffers as I haveDuring the thKeyears I suffered from nervous prostration morphineToself ass it was the only that would give ease and nor youwho poInt with scorn at mo hine how touldyou when in thingthatdeadgraspcance until Ihad used number months Oh the misery of addicted to such a habit 1 resolved then and there to quit It and resolved I would never be a slave to U1such I to notice Dr MilcsRcstoratlvcNclneadver used and erdesedabottle After using five bottles I can truthfully aaOam cured of personscured testimorilaljs unsolicited tI feel U nyduty to give it r the benefit of the sufennerMATTiK PHILLIPS Prescott Ark AtdniiNtsi l1 d iiaranke first bo Dr 1ed d for freeb- on Nerous and HeartJMteues A- 9rMIlMe iOs ra1 Tad of J Every la In charvd Ev for catalogue and niCfl ifClay4- 3H E- f 3 RA Table supplied with the best the iAffords Everything neat v and clean Rates 100per day h MACHtNESJlOPf t ALL KINDS OF lMachinery Repaired- We Keep Io Stock Steam Fittings Belting fJlHose and Electrical Supplies ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12 horse power TheIbest power farmers and others r The press on which paper U printedis driven by a Hagan Engine L T CHAS HAGAN ff KY r M BAILEY j t ti if Merchant Cu- stomMILLER J = iN CITY KY J Custom work six day Jn tlieneek F rJrVf i ri j Littlepage Song DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake J 9 Jr1j The Lightes Light Rolls iJi And Flakiest Biscuit ti Are Mode VIen You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED J A CAIN VERSAILLES Sold our Leading Merchants 724 JBuilttoWearfioished to Please utatlonforboMIItmctloD part Illghrstpossible ryjobwllrraDt Iclesattractivee Send prices ALBION BUOOYCo- WAolaale tlrtALBION TON Troll markert WE known for this WINCHESTER anj 1i CLAY Oil t BY KY by No 4PRod Wacon Subscribe or4T-HE y TIMES 0 r J t i or r cJ1 T 1 l 4 v aZY u 1 VJ I ly w THE TIMES pt AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JULY 16 1903 r LOOAIJBREVITIES EM King of Sams was in town Monday on business Mr Samnel Ginter of Union Hall was transacting business in town Friday Born to the wife of Charley Potts a fine 11 lb Democrat on the 15th inst Miss Ouida Littlepage left Fri day on a Visit to her Grandma in Greenup county a The heavey rains up the river put the stream up past fording A at this place Monday Mr Sparks has moved from the Metliodist parsonage at this ttnllnce to Dayton Ohio E Frank Edwards the noted imusic teacher of Estill county 714 was here a short while Tuesday yt Miss Nellie Bradley 2 of Inde pendence Mo is visiting rela tives and friends at this place h i Mr and Mrs J C Fitch oft t- y Lexington visited relatives in 1 the city the latter part of the Wweek Miss Lizzie Mize returned 1 Home with Miss Nellie Brown to spend a few days iiiNewport and f Cincinnati t French of Stanton 4i Jit was in town Thursday and had r his name enrolled on our subr t scriptionlistkj M3Ir and Mrs G 31ItckOf 1 f1 e attondutconolgd- h nibservices of et1l dlst rer G v1valat this place last week I jE Ntblackllashis soda foun fain in operation and starts off cithagoodbusincsEI Our best wishes for his success are with r him Vol Douglas and sisters Misses kc Jinie and Pearl of Plum attended t the burial of their uncle Tom Mountz on Little creek i r jy Tuesday The Republican State Commit tee has decided against Witt in iJiI the Circuit Clerks race in Estill 1j county declaring Wallace the nomineej + JIi 1 Mr J W Steger was here one 1 day this week He will try to j organize a lo geof the Junior r order of United American Mechanics I at this place 1 fForall kinds of choice fruit and lemonade and pop on I ice go to Jo Martin in the Tucker building His stock is always fresh and clean Give him a call t Prof Durrett White the well known school teacher began the sf Vauglms Mill school Monday and Prof Charles Ewen began the school at Virden1the same day t Misses FniuiieJacksonand Ma lissa Hiloy chaperoned by Mes srs Geo Bush and Jeo Clark all of Vaughns Mill are visiting relatives at Wades Mill Clark county iI i Eor a lazy liver try Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets liveraidtbtIr r prevent bilioUs attacks For sale byall dealers in patent medicine 1 r rl t j t 1 I 0 o 7 4 i Good rains passed nearly all around us Saturday and Sunday but Clay City remains dry An agreeable drop in temperature has been induced by the neigh boring showers W S Rogers Son the Wal tersville merchants have bought the Racket store stock of goods at this place and have moved same to their place of busines a cross the river A merry camping party of some thirty young people from Montgomery county have pitched their tents at the mouth of Black creek and are enjoying the mountain breezes Elder J T Turpin filled his standat Powells Valley Satur day and Sunday The ordinance of baptism was administered to one candidate at Waltersville Sunday morning at 10 oclock Mr Brookover and wife who have been here for some time left Friday Mr Brookover who works for the Big Four R R Co has been sent to Indiana and Ill inois to look after the tie busi ness for said Co No manor woman in the state will hesitate to speak well of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels improve the appetite and strengthen the digestsonv For sale by all dealers in patent medi cine Basket Dinner There will Tje a basket dinner at the dedication of the Chris tian church at this place Sunday Every body invited to come and bring a basket of dinner with- fein 1J j Will Buy If Back You aseuhe no nskhen you buy Xhambcrlain8fColic Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy Any dealer in patent medicine will re fund your money if you are not satisfiedafter using it It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails It is pleasant safe and reliable Tom Mountz Dead Mr Thomas Mountz died Sun day at the home of his brother Joe Mountz on Little Creek with consumption Deceased was an upright and honorable gentleman about 50 years old and had newer been married He was a brother to Mr Win Mountz Sr of this city Cholera Infantum This has long been regarded as one of the most dangerous and fa tal diseases to which infants are subject It can be cured however when properly dAll that is necessary is to give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea hem edy and castor oilse directed with each bottle and eur is certain For sale by all dealers in patent medicine iStill They Come Back Horrace Fortncr who has been trying to adopt himself to the ways of the western world has returned to hisold home at Stan ton where he will remain con tei1tedandsatisfied that old Powell is as good place to live as any other in the United States Well made Ready modes in la lies Skirts New patterns new qtyles lowest prices Mrs JW Williams V Clay City Ky r RkeKtag At the residence of the bridog s rk f Itit it r lI w brother Richard in Clark countytMrJohn W Rice of Rabbittov n Miss Martha King ww mlirried Wednesday July 8 rjiajgroom is 58 and the bride is Is O itng Well 1 It is lnrtrridfrmour Union Hall correspondent that Will Walters wliowas thought by some to have eon seriously hurt in a FourtliofiJuly fight at this place by a heavy blow on the head is getting vvelI- VatuabPTlme Saved Slight injuries often disable a man and causeseveral days loss of Mr time blood poison devel ups sometimes result in the loss of a hand or limb Chamberlains Pain Baln in antiseptic lini ment When applied to cuts bruises and bnrns it causes them to heal quicklyjand without matura tion and prevents any danger of blood poison iFor sale by alt deal ers in patent medicine t r Damages Allowed Mrs W G Townsend widow of an JEb E Brakeman by that name who waskilled by a train at this place sbaoe weeks ago has been allowed 8i000 damages by the railroad ccii parry and the wid ow has accepted this sum in full for her claim + against the company i Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea About siilenrs ago for the first time my had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea says Mrs A11ce Miller of Morgan Texas I got temporary relief but it came b ckagl1in and again and for six lo years I have suffer ed more misery and agony than I cad tell It was worse than death My tiuBbfcnds pent hundreds of dollars for physicians prescriptions and treatment without avail Fi nally we novel to Bospue county our present home and one day I happened to see an advertisement of CbamberlainjfColoc Choleea and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimo nial of a man who had been cured by it The causewas so similar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy The result was wonder futI could hardly realize that I was well again believe it could be so after having suffered so long but that one bottle of medicine costing but a few cent cured me For sale by all dealeas in potent medicine Meat and Malt- A r comblnationof the extract of Prime Beef and Pure old Malt Endorsed bv leading and Chemists everywbereas a safe and efficient Nerve anil Blood tonic Makes Muscle ia invigoration and appeiizinglillsnocqualI1B a Strength Builder If your druggist cannot supply it send 125 to Robt J Frick cor 7th and MaimSts or Leon S Abraham cor Ist and Broadway Louisville Kyand a q fart bottle will be sent to you express prepaid yCusupposedipinto before you buy it Lion Coffeecomes tight p s no chance for handling- or dirtAr things to get in Cl an Fresh M4i fr freM t 4v r F iil1Just aREAnIT ITHISALESMAN AMUUCA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATSEVE- RY s ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles t AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLn AGBSr SStartling Facts I A1 E1 BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead to With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices BO low as to make you wonder how we got them A Everything from a Paper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap w to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave FnshioiuiMe Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 4 Dont fail to give him a call Dx WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing 1yi I I 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 Mlze- Vflughns Mill Ky STANDARDRotary I Shuttle A BTAKDAUD OKAITD SWELL non LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from 1200 up The Standard Rotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 Apply to our local dealer or U there Is ue your town address run Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBS Agent Clay City Ey I AEtSOAPf THAT CROWS Sewing Machine t JK Ar6SlLeo I 4 tlo 1 AMOLE SOAR i IAmoles proparattonscommand7 large demand in all sections of the country Made from a combination of traro oils t and the Mexican Amole Plant lonsr cele brated forI ts aseptic and peculiarly cleans Inr properties These soaps embody features whHi i particularly adapt them to deliCAte aa l sensitive If your dealer does not keep Amola soap in stock send us within tho next 30 days 25 cents and we will mall you en assorted box of high grade soap 3cal ca Mexican Anole Soap Co PEORIA I- LLs THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiEnsroou Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200DO We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 642 MEAT MALT THBIDtM TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres LUo and Streagth In Every Drop y A ckntifetfbmblttidtm of the decadal t1lucnuor PItr1c BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January igoa MEAT4 JULTCO LoutoUU Ky GentltmtnJIiTlnr examined Meat and Malt preparation and twins thoroughlyaoguainted with com llon Gad modo of manufacture can state that It It an cffidtntnCTTe and blood tonic It czcitfs the appetite and Invigorates and especially beneficial In nerrous prostration sod all dcaseutteDded with debility Your r L D KASTENBINE U D Lodirillo College of Pharmacy MEATS MALT CO Loulmvllle lcr Xena Dr I T Rogers is on the puny list this week Weed Hatton Jr was visiting at Iia G Profitts Sunday Preaching Rogers Chapel Sun day was wen attended as usual Jim Reed of Estill county was hero one day last week on busi ness George Meadows Jr of near Bowen was visiting at Moses Mor tons Sunday Mrs Jennie Mullens of Bowen is visiting friends in this neighbor hood this wee- kBlackberries are ripe and the people of this section are retting the benefit of them Grant Seay and wife of near Slade was the guest of F G Powell and wife Sunday Mrs J 13 Rogers is still improv ing and we think she will probably be able to get out in a short time Vm Morton and wife of this place visited friends and relatives in Estill county Saturday and Sun day The little son and daughter of Geo Hatton of Hatton Greek were visiting friends here the first of tho week James Scobee of Winchester was here several days last week He seems to be interested in some hickory timber at this place A large crowd of youngsters from this place attended the ball game and picnic at Clay City the Fourth A jolly old time is reported The saw mill at this place run by Knox McDonald is doing a hust ling business They have cufabout 8itwoUnion Hall There is a great deal of sickness in this community Bro Campbell will begin school at Marble Yard Monday A number of people took dinner at Sam Ginters Sunday Blackberries are ripe and every body is busy picking them Born to the wife of Noah Reed on the 10th inst twin girls We were blessed with a fine rain Sunday which was greatly needed in this locality Richard Adams who has been employed oh Millers Creek return ed home Saturday Mrs Virgin Witt of Valley View is visiting her mother Mrs Sam Walters at this place Willie Ginter who has been quite sick for a few days is able to knock around again Mr and Mrs Jesse McKinney visited the latters mother Mrs Tyree on Cow Creek Saturday night and Sunday Charles Walters who was knock ed in the head at Clay City on the 4th is better and there is now hopes of his recovery Kimbrell Mrs Perlina Kendall of Log Lick is visiting her nephew W G Patrick this week Eld1f V Larison of Knowlton ia holding a few nights preaching at Kimbrells Chapel this week N J Tuttle one of Estill countys successful school teach ors was hero Wednesday on his way to Winchester Mr Allen of Indian Fields teas here this weeklooking at some hickory timber for the ScobeeWill lams Spoke Co 6l Winchester The school at this plice will be gin next Monday Miss Dosie Stockton who eosuccessf ully taught hero last year will teach for us again this year Miss Hester Gasper aged 17 eloped last Sunday night with Rufus Burton They went to Mr Burtons uncle Henry Bur ton at Bloomingdale andnext morning boarded the train at Winchester for JelFersonville Ind where they were married Furnace Mrs Myrtie F sister Mrs Aln1 aIlowollSunday- Miss Eva Hoi man is visiting friends at Oat CreQk this week Mr James Ndlarid visited his sister Mrs Powell Ahrioy Satur day Miss Mabel Newkirk was the guest of Miss Nettie Howell Sat urday and Sunday Miss Ethel McKnight was the guest of her cou inilIissAddie Frazier Saturday day r Rev Henry Mains of Hazel Green delivored avVery interesting and profitable serm on here Friday r Misses Mabei Newkirk and Ethel McKnight ilnd Mr Roscoe Newkirk attended church at Mountain Springs Wednesday night bamsl We are havings6me hot and dry weathrat this ivntii SevcralfmmIriatteJ1d d ehurohat SandHtllatlydaynight- and Sunday r yf You correspondent 4aeat Irvine court last Monday and found the stock trade very lively Millie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs James son Clay City is dead and was bur edSun day at theOooperfgravey rd on c Calloways Creekf Died at the homo her sonin law John W Elkin Mrs Nannie Harris Deceased fivas 74 years old and leaves a family and nu merous friends to mourn her loss Letter From Eid JaAWebb f Goldendale Wash l J ulytGl103 Mr J E Burgher fj Clay Cit Ky- SpitYou will flndlinclcsed one dollar for which BenSjthe TIMES to E L Webb Gohl dale Wash and the CourierJournal to Mrs J A Webb Clay Ci ty I am exnecting tojlleave here the Oth und go to California and stop for u while J Well Bro it snowed within 15 or 20 miles of hereRyesterday on the mountain yhesnaw had got off of that mountain but it Is still covered this morniugwith the snow that fell yesterday We have frost here frequently ye had frost the SJ2 of June that bitjtomato plants The first day of J lyVas80cold that I worked withimy heavy coat on all day the win ilew ana the dust was so thick you could hardly see anything at timbfl May the take warning against comingtottiiiiwlace from Kentucky t7 Cq May the Lord bl T save all YOurf1li WEnn Dont thatKowoll and Estill countiesare mgspre need bfbetter roads ftfL Aa j F ry T FEMALE WEAKNESS 54212 Congress 8tPORTLAND AlAIn Oct 17 1901 superiortoand I know whereof I speak I snf tend for nine months with suppressed prostrated my back and sides and I would tune blinding headaches limbs would swell up and I would feel so weak I could not stand up I naturally lilt discouraged for I seemed to be beyond the help of physicians but Wino of Oardnl came as a Qodsend Me I felt a change for the better within a week After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the agonies I usually did and soon became regular and without pain Wino of Oardnl Is simply wonderful and I wish all suffering women knew of Its good qualities Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If are discouragedand doctors have that best reason in the world you should Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINEOF CARDVI CourierJournalHENRY Ten or Twelve Pages Issued Every Wednesday i 1 OO a Year REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL KEFORM MORAL REFORM s BEST EDITORIALS tBESTPOLITIOAL ARTICLES BEST STORIES BEST MISCELLANY BEST PICTURES BEST BOOK REVIEW BEST POETRY BEST CHILDRENS PAGE I BEST 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