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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4T- l rHELCLAY t TTY TIMESI PublisherrVOL 8 CLAY CITY KYil1 fSDAY JULY 23 1903 NO 30 r The Dedication The dedicatoryoxercisesof the Christian church at this place shore carried out Sunday as an pounced in the last issue of the Talus A debt of 240 which o 3 verhung the church was liquidat edsoon after the assembling of the congregation in the afternoon a number of our citizens giving a 20 each Dinner was served bountifully on the ground by the generous and kind hearted people of Clay Oiiy it Elder LJ Reynold preached the dedication sermon in the afternoon which was wellreceived by his hearers and which was very appropriate for the occa sion ElderReynold also preach A ed that night and delivered an other most interesting sermon The Christian Brethren of Clay City are to bo congratulated up on the completion and dedica tion of such a nice house of wor ship in this town and in this connection wo might say much credit should be given to the un r tiring and persistent efforts of the sisters of this church also for truly they have been an indis pensiblo factor in this good work A load Run A heavy rain visited us Tues lay night accompanied by a heavy electrical storm The ground had become very dry so it- wasdry enough to stir in ajkort while after sun up theh xL l y badlyneededkgrestgood tgrowl ng crops Sash Flooring Ceiling Picketer Shingles Clay City Again to the Front At the Olympian Park city on the 10th inst the Clay City porRedst 1 Surely our are regaining their equilibrium which the so signally lost on the Fourth last in the clash with Greens Nebraska Indians Thee score on the 10th is significant in that it fgl lows so close upon the heels of the recent Republican State Convention at Louisville with a possible declaration of an abiding faith in the cardinal doctrine of the Chica go platform of 1896 Doubtless it will be gratifying to that illustrious orator and states man Hon Wm J Bryan of Ne to learn of tangible demonstration of the of the dai ling theory of his politic al life 16 to 1 will henceforth be the battle cry of the 0 Cs in all future contests upon the matchless diamond of the Olympian and under the inspiration of this political scripture our gallant wineclad Nine will never know disas ter but upon their sunkissed banner will ever perch the glorious bird of victory The Olympian is one of the best equipped in the State upto date in of its appointments including the superb and colossal of that peerless connoisseur Prof Joe late of Paris who is fully adequate to the gastronomic Idcmandsof the mast fastidious Ep- Iho iD r writer euggest as i Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved nnd the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder Of the old stock AT My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything yon will be kept by nio and sold at close prices I have nn olegantlin- ooLFall Millineryt You be suited bore ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for i those goods is very reasonable and you should spe our line before buying Wo are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST and if yon are looking for something in this i line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of snme I am 1 Respectfully yours C Shimfessel R5b1AMcE MFG Go5- Y Winchester Ky We Manufacture floors Blinds Weatherboarding Verandas ioo Stairways and Etc Store Fronts this batters July braska this invincibleness again parks all cafe Martin this COST need can We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing V 1untold Roofiing Xj and Eto Send us Yurfistimates i S Promt Shipments i Ji- f I I t JI r 0Iooif r v trt Zt= 5 a most fitting tor the assem tiling of our if ate Democratic convention 4 Iaapte it be D W Does kgoYou deliclouf8r garden andrims let us now turn our un 1Fttention to th mending of highways The prot wkt weather af last winter j e I any roads being repaircFaa ft them unusual I ly rough lobrdpinfortable for travel eitibi horsebackr vehicle STo the time toput county roads Bra before the autumn rains iv absolute y impracticable pQ Good roods imperative necessity anQa them N community ga bly be good happy or roadsrmake gOO4i a good markets a thrifty aEi l d people Get In touch with titofptogress Speak to yirabout it B ort red A case came ht that flr presistent sad nWlcttul torture has perhaps iaatl been equaled Joe GoloWoV pCJblsun Calif wrltelluFolo its I endured insufferable Rheumatism andnothing rellQvedme though tried everyrthint15cnywn I came across Electric Ii etsAnti its the grratest me dicin4 Jn earjh for that trouble AfgtvLttleaof it cow relied cured ink t yet1tlstfa6gOQ4troubles sndgneIdebility On ly 606 StldacM n guaranteed by SwannDay LbrQoi A Popularitructor The following iVSne of the resolution adopted by time Harlan County Teachers jIhstitute which shows the popularity of Prof Eu bank of this city atjjan institute in structoruReso1ved that we ex tend our congratulations and thanks to our worthy r Superintendent Wade Skidmore for having secured time services of PrdfgVV R Eubunk who has practicallynnd faithfully conducted our Institute to the en tire satisfaction oftlltime teachers As evidence of ourppreciation forI his services with usYwe heartily re quest the Superintendent to em ploy him to conduct our Institute again next yearf Ji Night Was HerTerror I would couglirncarlyallnight ongwrltes Mrs Chas Apple gate of Alexandria IndIand00 could hardly get any sleep 1 hud consumption so bndjtliiit if I walked a block fwould icbugh frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 8100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discov ery wholly cured mefand t gained 68jpoUnds Itsfhbsolirtely guar anteed to cure Coughsi La Grippe Broncliifll and all Throat and Lung Troubles Z Only 500 and 8100 Trial bottt frce tSwllnuJ Day Lumber Gos Store =a Stock of GooPForSale I offer for sale lJIvatelymy entire stock of l inerchundlpu at SpoatSpringwood stand and TlfsPlendidqpP9itl1 enter a business ofUiis kind WoL PKRISTOPHKU I plllg Ky 1 i4i 1 V il Irvine Items Irvine Herald The mill will saw out here in th course of two or three weeks This will throw nbout fifty men out of employment Capt W 0 Canter has par chased the farms of T Noland and Walter Scott at Wiseman town paying 2000 and 1500 respectivelyFifteen of oil have been shipped from the fields of the Es till County Oil and Gas Co making the first of Estill Coun tys product to be sold A convention has been called by the Republican committee to meet at Beattyville on August 18 for the purpose of nominat ling candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth Attorney in this the 23rd judicial district Mass meetings will be held in each of the counties on the loth i of August to select delegates to attend the conventionI The Powell County Teachers In stitute will begin at Stanton next Monday July 27 Prof W R Eubankof this city will be the in structor StNo Pity Shown meIedge Verbenia Ala I had a ter rible case of Piles ciusipg 24 tu mors When all failed Bucklens nrni ai stti it Olled me 1 qYI4 or Iln a lri Cb lCaine rOn yIf60 at Sviann Day TIt Lumber Gos Store Council Meeting The City Council met Saturday night to close contracts with the teachers selected at its regular meet ing July 1 Prof Eubank refused to accept the prmcipalshtp and Mrs Sylvia Russell would not take the place of first assistant teat ier Miss Maggie Groves accepted the position as primary teacher The two first places were declared vacant and will be supplied nt the next meeting of the council The four extra police on duty July 4 were allowed 82 each Marshal Goosey was allowed 840 for services during the month of June The marshal was directed to lookI after the walks of the town more closely and keep them in betterI condition with instructions re pair same and collect the charges from the property owners lie WItS also instructed to see that the train did not in the future block the street crossings for an unreasonable time as thev have heretofore been doing Working Night And Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength lietlessness into energy bruinfag h into mental power Theyre won derful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Swann Day Lumber Co Wo are agents for the Butterick Patterns and will get any pattern oh short notice for you that we dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W Williams Clay CityKy Ring Lost Gold ring with Garnet Setting Liberal reward if returned tothia office0 41 r Farm For Sale acres of rood land well elimproved at 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 OSBOHN 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 N IThe Balance i Wheel I Look iiifide yrnu wutcli n moment The balance wheel to making 18000 vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug- S 5 gish theres something wrong It will move 8558 miles in a year and dropHof5 rc of friction on the hearings alters the motion Dont takechances Let mo clean and oil and put yourwntch J In order for a year will pay and atlsfy you 5 VEBB theJeweler tL J u The many little ways in which you could economizeif you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money e hough 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 booklet explaining the workings of this department which we shall bo pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS MH HM 1 MNIL l HVH hN LhN411t1a Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I It Tastes Like Wheat t + Bread baked from our flour o retains the natural taste and t tiavor ofthe wheat burry Makes ti better whiter healthier bread + than you have been using lie tcause it is milled from the 3 to very best wheat on a firstclass i+ uptodate mill run by water 4 power Let a 25 sack ofre J Best Patent or i Mountain Lily 5 ttalk to you It will be more 1 convincing than R barrel orlwords Ask your grocerMl 3 RC Mansfield Son 1 t UISI1IYN KY t+ + H H SPOUT SPRING J H Dawsonof Millers Creek was here Tuesday on business Messrs ORear and Knox of Montgomery county were here Sunday R S Christopher of Pilot View visited friends here a few days last week- J D Puckett had a horse to fall with him Saturday 1 badly spraining his ankle- Pastor Willis T will preach f nt 4 M wtl11tliodistcliurcl iii being the regular meet gds Miss Nora Todd visited her sis ter Mrs J W McKinney at Red BridgeOlttrk county last weekA number from this place attended the dedication of the Christian Church at Clay City SundayMesdames Mollie Locknano and Lulio Burgher of Olark county visited Mrs Elizabeth Burgher a low days last week Miss Lena Conner daughter of Zeke Conner near this place is quite low at her fathers home with an attack of fever Miss Lillie Tiptpn the popular school teacher at this place vis ited her parents Mr and Mrs Jake Tipton at Irvine from Fri day till Monday Jas F McKinney attended Mt Sterling court Monday and visited his daughter Mrs Geo W Lewis near the city a few days the first of the week Teat Christopher who has been employed at Cloy City has been forced to resign his position on account of failing health since ho located there He has returned homeMiss Annie Burgher was badly affected with a swolen face caus ed by poison oak for several days last week Her throat was also swolen and in a very painful condition Under the successful treatment of Dr Lit tlepage she was soon relieved of the trouble Increased Reward The membership of Jacksons Chapel has increased the reward for the apprehension and conviction of the party who shot Into the church house some months since from 25 810 4 THE TIMES rUMUSlIED EVEHY THURSDAY 1 E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns second chtss mail matter Thursday July 28 1903 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 I Home and Farm 75 A Blunderous Municipal Act The Eastern Kentucky Telephone Telegraph Co owners of the franchise privileges in Olny Oity are not required to put in nn exchange at this place at any time during the period of franchisetwenty yearsto hold the contract binding on the part of Olay City as is understood by our people The only condition to be met by the company is that it must put in ono telephone in Olay Oity with a metallic circuit to Mt Sterling and long distance con nection from there by Sept 8 1003 and not a thing is there in the contract requiring the com pany to put in un exchange here Still they hold the franchise binding on this town for twenty years by putting in one only telephone and they can take that out the next day and the contract is binding on the town just Usame 4 Y f v iVoihavebeen brinected with Mt Sterling by telephone for four years and just why thocity was willing to give so much for only a competitive line can hard ly be imagined No reflection is aimed at the council which granted the above mentioned franchise This article is published to merely show the people of Clay Oity the real object of the contract on the part of the company and how easily they accomplished it- RepublicanConvention The Republican convention completed its labors at Louisville last Thursday by nominating the following ticket for defeat at the coming November election For Governor M B Belknnp for Lieutenant Governor j B Wil hoit of Boyd county for Treas urer John A Black of Barbour ville For Auditor George W Welsh of Danvillo For Attorney General W M Beckner of Winchester for Secretary of State J 0 Speight of Graves county for Superintendent of Schools Livingston McCartney of Henderson for Commissioner of Agriculture Geo Baker of Muhlenborg county for Olerk of Court of Appeals J H Newman of Monroe county Several negro delegates were present and made speeches during the session and were frequently applauded Though not a can didate Governor Bradley had the convention captured for a time and could himself have been nominated if he would have accepted In the North there is talk about crime in the South Asa sample of the Northern criminal we give the confession of Alfred A Knapp sentenced to loath for murderofhiswife On June21 1804 Hulled Em 4 r ma Littleimuijin a lumberyard al OincinnH On August 11894I killed MnyEckert on Walnut street Cilhinati On August 7 1804 1 killed iny wife Jennie Knapp underhe canal bridge at Uberty stand throw hr in the canal in Cincinnati In July 1805 I kille Ida Gephart in ln- dianapohsIiia On Dec221902 I killed my wife Hannah Knapp in Haihlitofl and threw her body into the river5ut by Lindonwald This is theltruthRichmondP- antagraph i The above article discounts Breathitt soar it puts the coun ty to shame and discourages the modest andecqnomical criminal in the mountains of Kentucky i The cry Iiajeen coming from the other political side all the while that fIa couldnt get a fair count frot the Democrats and they havebeen bothered a bout the depiofable Music Hall convention fiflrsince Goebel was uominattd Governor Bradley before the Republican c01ventionilit Louisville last sayifhe Wilson had a nlajor why didnt ho vote his mentiTlie answer comes back he snys that he knew that if ho did votehis trim their votes would counted Dont that jar youX A promiiitand an honest ReJBO publican o this county in com mentnlg onHlfe State ticket his party put upat the Louisville conventionflftsl week was heard to remark like the ticke- tsplendidwtlt the exception of the b6ltinKDejnocrats attached and more Judge Bock tier wltosalitical record I so yell know t have said II would never vpte an Wlio came to our partywoffice only In speakfhip pf the bad roads in this part of tl Stnreto a friend the other day ire remarked that it looked to us like we would either have to work the roads or move out Our friend snidit looked to hint like we would have to work the toads first Bowe could move otitas it now is it is most impossible to get out Judge Beckners Democratic friends were ifoltablo to protect him and provertthe nomination for Attorney General on the Re publican tickotibeing thrust up on him but tliywill see loit that the budenVbf the office is forced upon hiB oppjnent Hays WinchestorDmoorat The Democrats of Clay City will hold a mass meeting inn few days and tpaganize for the fall campaign in a short time will nOl11mrea full ticket for City The school fuhasbeen in creased tO2 r capita an increase of 28 cones over last year This is gooiInisfor the teach ers of schools ACCAALLTfwinmake the race for Oou t Jjudgo he will receive thosupportf lIlANY VOTRS 100werdSroo The readefeof this paper will be pleased to learR that there is at least one dreaddisease that sol eneo has been file to cure in all its stages and thatiie Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curetheonlypositive curenhwknOl1ntf the medical frnternityCaijirrh being a constitutional dis Vrequirefl a constitutional treaient Balis Ca toirli Cure is iti k interhafly act i ak ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces 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 doing its w IkThe proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hun hred Dollars for any case that it foils to cure Send for list of testimonials Address J1 J Cheney R Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 75c Halls Family Pills are the b- estCured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil WarVeteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but In people ol advanced age it does not to ordinary treatment There i however hope for sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases kod from the loiters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It Is net only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it Is a blood tonic a regulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington VCL grew so much worse I left there with wife to visit my sisterinlaw Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke Va While L said nothing to anyone I neyer- expectedto live to return to the dear old KiryssheinsistedIcured a few bottles of it also the Nervine and Tonic After using one or two bottles 1 could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but faithful listed on keeping It up which I did lm tookinstored to perfeet health and while I am 70 yearsoldtI am comparatively ft boy You are a and I cheerfully recom sufferingbumanitre bottleDrAddrerpr A utructlou every M In opocttxl for thn fratiiivs that our Whoteinlt Clay City Hotel IPJ II EATON 7 Prop vn Table supplied with the best the markert nffoids Everything neat and clean Rates SlOOperday ii 1tV SHOP ft fILL KINDS oftMac-hinery Repaired- We Keep lo Stock ifSteam Fittings Belting 2 Hose and Electrical Supplies it WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The I best known power for farmers and jothers 1 R It printedeis 11 i L T CHAS 1 WINCHESTER KY IJ I i I Mf BAILEYJ tj i I Merchant and Custom MILLERCLAY CITY KY 7 J- i Custom days ifthe week FresiCrottDJ Bolted always onesixth tdle Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Points Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light HOIlslAnd Flakiest Aro Mnde Vhen Yon Use y Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour i4J Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MfL MANUFACTURED BY J CAIN VERSAILLES t Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 4ttcc Built toWear Finished to Pleasedz I utatlonforport tested Hluhrat poralbln value lltIdmake Vfbl WIID1arsrllllIInor prlOOJALBION Mfn filchSubscribe for MACHINE HAGAN work six Meal orban- jGrfhdsfbr KY THE TIMES fw9a G l 11 THE TIMES 3 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JULY 23 1903 LOOAIJBREVITIES See notice of stray mule in this issue Everybody looks better since the rain- Prof1V R Eubank attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Farmers throughout the coun try arc fast laying by their corn Sam Carr is at his old post in the company store waiting on trade Mrs D 0 Bloom aclson Dorris visited Winchester yes terday Miss Bertha Maple returned from a visit to friends at Cyn I thiana Monday Floyd Day of Winchester came up Monday to look after his large business interests at this place J Born to Carley Poots and wife Wednesday July 15 a sonIsh- I niael Supposed to be Demo J craticI Mrs Sarah Eaton of Cincin nati is visiting her mother Mrs Curry and sister Mrs J G Easter this week We have experienced some more hot weather the past week and Niblacks soda fountain has suffered no loss by it ftp6f Elliott Northry middletown preached at Stan 7 ton Saturday night and was a- k wtsrtorllter0Suuday and ihdny f John W Henry has had a well f lug in his yard and Secured one of the best flaws of water in tho ti town both asto taste and quan tity AM Burgher of the firm H G Burgher Son is in Cin- cinrnati this week buying some new t for the firms machine iishop at this place Mr Bob Swope who has returned from the Philippines where he has spent the last three 0 years was the guest of Prof W t R Eubank Sunday N R Swopo who has been ail ing with appendicitis for some time has gone to Cincinnati for treatment and may submit to an operation while in the city V Mr find Mrs A R Lowry Mr and Mrs W S Niblack and Mr and Mrs Geo Graven were among the Clark county people who attended the dedication of the Ohristain church at this place Sunday I For all kinds of choice fruit and confectionery lemonade and pop on ice go to Jo Martin in tho Tucker building His stock is always fresh anil clean Give him a call Others are becoming interest ed in the good roads movement i instituted by the TIMES and one j of Powells leading citizens has I f an article in this issue under tho- r caption of Does it Concern you Read it and all other good grads articles Eor a lazy liver try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets j They invigorate the liver aidthe digestion regulate the bowels and i prevent bilious attack For sole r by all dealers in patent medicine 1 j- i If 7 if 0 f3- C 7- nut I Dog days begin Saturday July 25 Above all times the farme- likes to see it rain on the first days of dog days for according- to the old proverbial saying it will be wet dog days throughout if it so sets in and if it sets in dry it will so remain for the forty days No man or woman in the state will hesitatetospeakwellof Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them They alwnyfi produce pleasant movement of the bowels improve the appetite nnd strengthen tho digestion For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Moving n Store House Work has been begun to move the mammoth store building of Mr Henry Waldron from the Western portion of town to his lot on Sixth street The goods will not be moved from the build ing but will be moved all to getherWe will be glad to see Mr Waldron moved into the midst of the business center and enjoying a healthy trade Will Buy it Back You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Any denier in patent medicine will re fund your money if you are not satisfied after 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 Singing School Prof Frank Edwards the famous Estill county music teacher has been engaged to teacha singing school of twelve nights Theeclioola crowded house and flattering prospects for a successful term Vocal music is an indispensible requisite to church work and every imlivimml therefore should learn how to sing and how to sing correctly Prof Ed wards can always be depended upon to give you correct instructions Cholera Infantum This has long been regarded as one of the most dangerous and fa tal diseases to which infants are subject It can bo cured however when properly treated All that is necessary is to give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy and castor oilas directedwith each bottle and cure is certain For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Well mode Ready mades in ladles Skirts New patterns new styles lowest prices Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Elected Principal of Two Schools At the meeting of the City Coun cil Monday night Prof W R Eu bAnk of Winchester was elected Principal of the Public School for the ensuing year Prof Eubank comes highly endorsed as a teacher and as a hightoned Christian gen tleman He has bad several years experience as a teacher and the prospects are that the Midway school under his guidance will have a most successful session We wel come Prof Eubank to our commu nityMidwayOlipperProf accepted the above school at a salary of 876 per month for the ten months form We I regret that Mr Eubank and his esti muble wife are to leave ue and our best wishes go with them into their now home We commend them to c e the good peopljSof Midway They ofrAugust Valuableitlme Saved Slight injuries often disable a man and causjseyeral days loss of time and whc od poison devel ape BometimisjesuH in the loss of a hand or limb Chamberlains Pain Balm is an antiseptic lini ment Whenf applied to cuts bruises and bnrns it causes them to heal quickly atfdi without matura lion and prets any danger of blood poison Epr sale by all deal ers in patent medicine Strayed or Stolen Blackbrowrmnare mule aged a bout 16 years with slightly drooped ears in con dition Left ecommons of Clay City about peeks ago Any in formation conveyed to the undersigned concerning her whereabouts will bring thewvner and pay for the charges 1 MOUNTZ Sn- flay CIty Ky Second Child Dead The infant child of Mr and Mrs Jas Harrison died in Me chanicsville Tuesday of bowel trouble Burial yesterday on Gal loways Creole in Estill county This isftiie second child these parents have lost in tho past three weeks have our sympathy ihtheir sad bereave mentiVery Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea About six years ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea says Mrs Alicesiiller of Morgan TexasIIIg ti temporary relief but it came back again and again and for six long years I have suffer ed more misery and agony than 1 can tell It was worse than death MYhn81hridSP t hundreds of dollars for phj prescriptions and treatment TOiout avail Fi nally we moved tobspue county our present hpm ItI happened to see an of Ohnmberluins Cploc Choleea and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimo nial of a man who had been cured by it The causeasbo similar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy The result was wonder ful I could hnrcily realize that I was well again oii believe it could be so after havinjjBuffered so long but that one bOideof medicine costing but a few cent cured me For sale bVall deale1s in putent medicine IMeat and Malt- A combination of the extract of Prime Beef and I tireold11nlt Emlorsed by leading Physicians and Chemists everywhere as a safe and efficient Nerve and Blood tonic Makes Musole is invigoration and appetizing Hns in6equal us a Strength Builder If your druggist cannot supply it send 126 to Robt J Frick cor 7th arid MamfSts or Leon S Abraham cor lstand Broadway Louisville Ivy tlila quart bottle will be sent to you express prepaid 1At One Cost bas betterittrengtb and flavor than socall ed fancy ibfandf- Bulkcoffce at the Arne price isflot to be com pared With u in quality mightuaJ 19I 1 t if I lSq Just Receivedlti11omFIa rt ryl tHE CDCATCIT HAT SALESMAN IN AMERICA A COMPLETE LINE Or THE SHIElDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED DY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLS JIGBXT Startling Facts I A1E1 BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in tho best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from a Paper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLdadof Bacon L I Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the marIket 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 vour best interest to give us your trade I I Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY 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 fiiB Laundry Agency in Connection 2Dontfail to give him a call D1 H WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing I SaleISweet Potato Plants for Sweet Potato slue for every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come and get what you ntedAllof the best varieties J W Miz- eVaughns Mill K- ySTANDARD I Shuttle Rotary 4 STANDARD OR AMD 8WBII PBOKT tOCK AND CHAIN STITCH T1VO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail tfoa 5UCO as silent as the a watch Makes stitches while ocarr machines make 200 local dealer or If there is town address THB Standard Sowing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T VEnn Agent Clny City Ky A- SOAP THAT GROWS Sewing Machine sp- ThestandardItotaryrun ha- dcsarinyour tWJK I tj I 77GI AMOltsO IV male Tact and Barter Soop 1 AmoleSliivingCreamandStepoo t preporationslaraedemand inal sections otthecountr Undo from a combinnllon of oils L and tho Mexican Amolo Plant Fong cote brntcd forIts aseptic and pecuilarly cleans lug properties Theso soaps embody fentnrea Trulh particularly adapt hem to delicate mid Ecnsitivo SOIlPInY3 cents d dwe win ran 1 yot r QMortud L xotIhgraua uaptc c tJItfoslcai Amolo Soap Co PEORIA ILL If TJIE Winchestei Bank lrINCOnloRATED N II WiTiiEnspooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ pals firms and corporations 512 MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January i rem MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky GentlemenlIavi0zexamloedyoarMcstandMaltrsparation composition can L state that it ii notnerve and blood tonic It y eicitei the appetite and invigoratesprostration and It clln nervous and tldllcucutendqlwithdebUiIY Yours L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy XTBtV MALT 00 Loulfvlllo J x Y 3 Vaughns MillIFarmers are about through plowing corn in this section Miss Pollie Bush visited Misses Eva and Mary Lee Saturday and SundayMr Mrs Morgan McKin hey attended the dedication of the Clay Oity Church Sunday Rev Martin Larison preached here last Sunday and in the af ternoon baptized three candi dates for baptism Mrs Bettio Hiley who has been visiting her laugher Mrs Willie Swopo at Qlencairn returned home Saturday Elder Caleb Gambell of Irvine is going to hold a weeks meeting nt Vaughns Mill beginning the third Sunday in August Misses Mary and Nannie Grav ett and Messrs Charlie Bush and Bert Burnett spout Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will Wells at Dar lingsville Mr anti Mrs Geo Clark Mr and Mrs John Burton Mr Lewis Lyle and wife and Mr G W Lyle Sam Carr and wife spent Sunday at Torrent Messrs George Bush and Joe Clark and Misses Malissie Hiley and Fannie Jackson returned Saturday from a pleasant visit to friends at Wades Mill 1 Xena Mr H E Willis of Bowen was here Sunday Mr ThomasPatton and wife were visiting at F G Powells SundayGeo Orabtree and Melvin 01VsBriseces tMr Denlnagllcor oo of fY Drakals lustl g c1erktwas in this neighborhoodMdudaypni business Farmers are about nil through with their farm work in this sec Bon and wilLbegin public wdrks at once School begniriiero on Monday morning by Miss Maggie Boone We wish tho young lady much success in her undertaking The base ball club which play near Genet had a nice game Sunday afternoon They will practice at their ball ground again next Saturday afternoon Snow Creek Jack Parker attended court at Mt Sterling Monday J G andH H Vivion wore at Stanton on business last week This neighborhood was well represented at the dedication at City Sunday Thos Ogden Jr spent several days last week with his sister near Pilot View School began here the 18th with 1 G Profit as teacher mid the same progressing nicely W E Vivion of Winchester is spending the week with his mother Mrs Fances Vivian Miss Jessie Lowry who bas been visiting friends hero for some time returned to her home at Ford last week Mrs Nora Boone of Pilot View was the guest oilier Lath er Mr TA Ogden Saturday and Sunday Union Hall Miss Martha Abtiey visited Miss Ida Walters Sunday j fi 5 t iIrp MY + 1 p Altnyho hasbeen eiu toyed at Wincliester retiirned 110mb Thu wili jt MJss L daaBinte1 and Mrs Stella SmitKwfti ted JlrsSainuol llyaltersSuridayOlaulo rs is able to knock arQundaaiiu IIo visited Paul Adams Stu Clay Messrs Vilwbn Adams and William Qgilttemled church at the Old Furnace Sunday mBro Larisbi vill fill his regular n 1rt at Marble yard Saturday mgliland Sunday A number ptyoung boys and girls of this plate attended church lit CfieBtnut Stand Sun day Iz Fanny and tulia the little daughters of Mrp Ellen Abnoy have returned rcim tlie Masonic IiOino to vi8ittlirpugh vacation Elder GallyOainbell wha was to begin BclioMlastMonday can not teach on aajoiint of sickness and the trustee have employed iJohn placeWest 00 OnrtiIr Virden was here Monday milbusiness E K Hind vtsit d his ijipther at Kiddvillil LiZ1iaterOfWinChOStel Mrs Elicit wfPliearsou is visiting her daughter at Ford this week Miss Aliceilutcy of Kiddville visited Miss enl Johnson hero SundayrSHI Sheriff of our ThornnslBJ it ft aturdaYOi f hercl8tliwi- tlt4Isll h fUos slYitea hr I i 1 Jlm sJohlti and ER Hinds were attf Sterling Fri tray All business Mrs Polly Knifbrell of Bour Jon county is visuiinghor sister Mrs Frank Berry Mrs S B Erernian visited her sister Mrs Gip jSverman at In ian Fields last veek Mrs Presley j jjg ernnin visited her son G WCverman from Saturday until Siimlay Several from liare attended the dedication of Kie Christian church at Clay CitySunday The membersQIItheCol 51 EChurch will liIltha igcamp meeting here beginning Aug 2 James RoberAhas returned llonme front Ford where he litts huntbar tSanistJ It continues vhy hero and crops are Buftonjifitpia great ex tent Jas A valuable C001eftIahorse to iglltfrol11 butts The usual nun lJofrof visitors froin thlepnc9 wore at Witt Springs Saturda t Jas F McEittney of Spout Spring was liera4ursdny look jug after m8e some sunup + Among those iffiKblatendcd the show atlrvirie Monday riightfrom hero were Zack ArthtirMin tel KJk WilcolpiaiMcIntpsh und Qd +y- Z M Minter iitculplating- amoveto Callon 1tOreoK 1Vo trust MrMinter ifililly decide to do BO Wo wilflffl iidtoliinva he rtVJlcoujorpjithjt w yy v S 1 M r HEALTH keepliouseDraught Wo have Used it In the family for over two years with the best ot results I have not had a doetorlu the house for that length It is a doctor in itself and always ready to make a person well and fcappTJAMEa HALL JackIll Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and weakened No DOCTORi- s necessary in the home where lakeptcountry miles from any physi healthforThedfordsBlackDraught ness pepsia colds chills and Icadachesdiarrnrea and almost every other ailment bowelshvetrol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS DLAUt o DRAUGHT CourlerJournalIIENRY Ten or Twelve Pages Issued livery Wednesday 100 a Year REVENUE REFORM QQIAL REFORM- MORALfEFORM i r r msi lb1rPIl 5 tiA BEETPO1TIUAL 11T10LE9 3EST SxomES BEST MISCELLANY BEST rJeTURES BEST BooKRBV BEST POETRY BEST a1IILDEENl9 PAGE I BESTHOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS DEBT OF EVERYTHING COURIER JOURKAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements- You can get THE TIMESA- nd the CourierJournalBoth One Dollar AllIsuhsorlptl oillce 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