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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w I y y1 IL J I l M f i THE CLAY fITY TIMES c t 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here toetpCiy Cliy iurrouniiog Conntry and Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher YOLo 8 CLAY CITY KY mpSDAY JULY 30 1903 NO 31 The Editor and The Preacher A preacher came at a newspaperman in this way t You editors do not tell the truth If you did you could not live your newspa per would be a failure The edit or replied You are right and the minister who will nt all times and under nil circumstances tell the whole truth about his members a live or dead will not occupy his pul pit more than one Sunday and then he will find it necessary to leave town in a hurry The press and the pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash brushes and pleasant words magnifying little virtues into big ones The pulpit the pen and the gravestone are the great saintmaking triumvirate And the great minister went away loot ing very thoughtful while the ed itorturned to his work and toldof tho surpassing beauty of the bride while in fact she wasas homely as a mud fenceLexington Demo crat 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 listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre won derful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Swann Day LumborCo h c Rl gL rl 1i Ltharns Set 1gi r u Flooring Blinds Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles Vaughns Mill Mr and Mrs Bob Henry spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Burgher Roger Bryan and John GolF travelers on McKinney Bush Friday Mrs Mary Darty of Ford is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Richard The people of this place havo torn the old log church and will replace it with a new ing Miss Hattie who has been visiting her uncle Mr at Logan W Va returned SaturdayMr Mrs Fletcher Barnett of Clay spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father Mr 0 W Barnett Misses Mattie McKinney and Annie Gravett spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Malissa and Stolla Highley Misses Nannie Gravett Nora Ida Crow spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Ware and Fannie Jackson will be two weddings Thursday Mr Charlie and Miss and Mr George Ware and Miss Annie Holman Snow Greek IIto protrudedmeeting noilbegtD l tt The usualnuln rdr8l rttisi I b 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 continuo to sell the remainder ofv the old stock AT My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need r will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of- F Fall Millinery You can bo suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly 0 trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should soe our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail tp investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C Shimfessel JBbhN E MFGE Winchester Ky We Manufacture Sashj doorn Ceiling Wtatherboarding and Etc Store Fronts called Swope down build Bush Lowe homo City Ware Gallic There Clark Oallie Ware COST COST We are Headquarters for Building Paper V Felt Roofing 7 V- Fllntoid Roofiing and Etc Send us Your EstimatesaPromt Shipments I I I- tSLy or I 1 c I o o = p ors atthi8 placowere at Winchester Monday f W R Yiv went back to hi work at WJncKWor the latter par t of last week JJ The nica r last week did a great dealofgood but the ground is almost as drying ever Miss MattleTOgden and her cousin Miss BassoIleegio1 Ford were the guests of hiiclo 1 A Ogden- last week Misses Mimi and Nannie Low ryof WincbeSteri were the guest- of their unrlf Nelson Lowry and family sevetnldays aetweok den- J P 0urtijold some lambs t Mr Cook atxlcerits There is it school this week i being institnt 1teek We arogladfto note that Lillie Cook isimprovjng at this writing Mr the whooping 6itlllndsevernl oth ers Mrs Hines if Kiddville visit ed her idmighgfr iirs G D Cook Tuesday i Jasper Main til Clark county Sun via tnghisbroth erJ F Man ryJ t y I1rrs Pear baton l + trs tii m her unclewJe 4 DPiql tewN rOY thia1 iV 3it t v i l1J co sister Mis N intoHughes at In dTanFieicistlife week Mrs Nancy Ldair and Mrs 0 0 Curtis were pleasant guests at Uncle Ras Fishers Tuesday We are needing a good rain here now very badly Corn and grass is parching and stock water isgetting scarce G D Cook hfs bought D H Eastins saw mill Eastin gives possession Augj1 Mr Cook is a hustler and leas kbought several tracts of timber which he will saw up- Messrs 1 T B Ware and 0 0 demons report the finding of a fine rich bee tree Monday on Mr demons farm getting 25 or 80 pounds of nice honey and saving the bees No Pity Shown For years fate was after me continuously writes F A Gulliedge Verbenia Ala I had rible case of Piles causing 24 tu mors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns h d all aches and pains Only 28c at SwannDay Lumber Gos Store 4=Night Was Her terror I would cough nearly nil night long writes Mrs Clans Apple gate of Alexandria IndIland could hardly got any sleep 1 had consumption so bad that if I walk ed a block I would cough frightful ly and split blood but when all othei inedieincs failed three 8100 bottlesof Dr KiniaNew Discov C gainedoBnritced to icurofCougTis Colds La Grippe nrOIC and all Throat and Lungr u leslOnly boa and 8100 Trial bottle free at Swann Day Lumber CoStoruL y Irvine Items Irvine Herald The Irvine Cornet Band has received its new instruments are making things lively about town The horns are of the best grade silver plated Material is being placed on the ground for the erection of a Methodist Church The building is to be of brick and will cost something like 0000 Rev Chas Bromley began a re vival meeting under the auspices of the Methodist Church here Sunday and in anticipation of a large attendance a lage tent is being used Prof James Wilson will begin firsot Monday in August Mr Wilson andtcontrolling the boys besides his ability as an instructor At Linnie Robert Lee and El lis Woods and son Berry Woods got into a difficulty over some staves Lee fired upon Berry Woods with a shotgun fatally injuring him and then shot El Ifs Woods to death The offcers shot and captured Lee while he was trying to escape Must Pay for Paper Beople who allow newspapers t tthiU1ai 1 1res tciu tifw tar takr lIU lro tJI61 rIi in y lieamia- rc respectfully referred to the following dispatch which ap peared in Wednesdays Courier Journal Henry 0 Mooney a Knox county farmer took the Vincennes Capitol out of the postoffice regularly but lie refused to pay for it claiming he had never subscribed for the paper Editor George Cook filed suit and in court Judge Houghton awarded the editor judgment and Mooney will have to pay 802 and newspaperhewant it he should pay what he ows and stop it Time law is that it is a fraud to leave a newspaper in the postoffico without pay ing up what is already due Brutally rtured A capo came to light that for presistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick of Colsua Calif writes For 15 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 medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and curedme Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only Soc Satisfaction guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co Sheriffs Tax Sale I or one of my deputies will at the court house door in Stanton Ky on Monday the 7th day of Sept 1003 sell to the highest and best bidder for cash that tract or parcel of land on Cow reek bounded on the West by County road i on South by V C Martin i on Last by Green Adams i on North byI land of Martin Bros and containing about 50 serve or so much thereof as will satisfy tho sum of 318 being tax duo State and County from Athel Grow for year 1003 Times BOOSE Sheriff Powell I Farm For Sale Ninety acres of good land well sadwatered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Willsell at a bargain ALLEN Osnouw Spout Spring Ky I4 Get What You Want ateJo Martins i FRUIT STAND r f Choice Fruits of all kinds in great y variety Confectionery So da Pop Lemonade and Etc 7th Avenue Clay City t t The Balance i s1heel i Look inside wntch n moment fj The balance wheel Is making 18000 y vibrations on hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug J gish theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles in a year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run Hut 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 J inprder f-oray a your pay and ys J- I rE Bt rT N J 1ITY J J rt The many little ways in which you could economizeif you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT- at once mid accumulate money e nough 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 compounded every six months on your a savings We have issued a booklet r explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS IIIDrDENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON + CLAY CITY ICY N Mxrwi J tIt Tastes Like Wheat iBread baked from our flour retains the natural taste and t flavorof the wheat berry Makes 1 better whiter healthier bread than you have been using be r cause it is milled 1 very best wheat on a firstclassi uptodate mill run by wntcripower Let a 25 sack t Best Patent or I T Mountain Lily I talk to It will be more 1 v 3words fiz R089IAN KYt+ rrr +++ + + + SPOUT SPRING k Pastor Willis filled his stand I church and deat the Methodist livered a very interesting ad dressJ r Owen of Clark county leas been here this week and bought a numberof hogs at 4J centsMrs A J Curtis is very sick at this RvAIrvih f pf plaY 1Cityris treatinntwlieco d Jiroublev oi fc Ta r yTlolcRberry crop isprACtc- allytI nS exhausted In this section owing to the continued dry weatherAllen Orsborne who has epi lepsy we are glad to state has slightly improved He was able to go to Olay City Saturday to see his doctor Wo hope to see this gentleman who is one of our best neighbors to soon be able to be going about again Preaching the Baptist church Saturday morning at 11 oclock and Sunday at the same hour by Elder 00 Brown of Ford who r is supplying the church pending the selection of a pastor Impor tant matters are to be looked af s ter at the business meeting on Saturday A large attendance of the church membership is re questedB Burgher who has been in such feeble health for the past few years has recently improved so as to now be able to ride about the neighborhood in his buggy For the past few mouths ho has been under the treatment of a leading physician of Clay Oity to whom is duo the credit for his improvement His eye sight is still bad however Increased Reward The membership of Jacksons I Chapel has increased the reward for the apprehension and conviction of 4theparty who shot into the church H thousesome months since from 25 40 Stock of Goods For Sale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Goqd stand and N opY anyone enter a business of this kind sr W J CnmsTopHEB f Spout Spring Ky rFy d THE TIMES PUJ1LISIIKD EVERY THCltSUAV I J E litirQner Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year ilai vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 30 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 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Berea Bill is Pained Judge Beckner came out in n card in the Sun Sentinel last week relative to an article which re flected on the Judges Democracy while he was in that party which appeared in the TRIES and later copied in the Winchester Demo crat one of the leading local pa pers in the State He said he didnt care what the TIMES thought about the mat ternnd ho might have said the whole mountain people toobut- it gave him pain to think the Democrat would give space to the article Though he said it was known not to be true he ex hausts twentyfour inches of un leaded matter and valuable space in such a remarkably renowned and fearless Journal as tho Sun Sentinel to prove his pointtfo the v in seat ell- It birxthVJudge s1 tonefthat if ho can standtfrur witiithe DelIolratP er vlubff hpwas hired to edit in his young and apparently manly daysaud with his homo bluegrass county he is better and donut care what impression is brought to bear with the people of the redbruBli but he must deal honestly in his bluegrass county The average mountain voter though not so well located in time opinion of our friend and not quito so well informed in his eye deserves to know the truth as well as the bluegrass brother and the Judges carelessness in their behalf so plainly shown when refering to one of their or guns in his card will inspire them with suspicion and mistrust though many of them are pinned to the same party that the Judge is glued onto for this season The Winchester Democrat speaks of the Judge and his views as followsJudge claims consid ration at our hands because he says ho founded the Democrat This may or may not be true Col Ben Turner says the Demo crat was founded by him and Mr Parris and Judge Beckner was employed by them as an editor ial writer That is not the question however If he founded so good a paper as the Democrat which for more than a third of a century has supported Democrat ic nominees and Democratic pol icies much of the time under the Judges own control it is the more reprehensible in the Judge to desert the creature of his own hands He is not a child but reached the years of maturity ninny years ago The great fun damental principles which divid ed the parties twentyfive years ago divide them now The ar guments in favor of a low tariff and against a high tariff are the same now as then and Judge y s= Beckner i irailblemaii then as lipw Jof 1 ieni and dechlb upon tl ifir81 jive merits hon- JudgeBeckiI wrote the celq brated ifreosUver resolutions tit the WesfcJifbVty convention a few years ag6as he honestly in favor ofwt hQ wrote Ifso what new nrprtiielits on the sub ject have 1eil silcee advanced tIlIl taro sufficiSfif to Change his mind Hp iulot Honestly be On both sidt ofithis question at the canto tilliit Was he to dos elto his fellow DemourStg then or is 11- 15clianeof siqfrs merely one of self intoreshratlter tliairof hon est conviction For many traits of Jl Beickners character we haVe adnuratloik for t ther traits our feoliugs arejust the opposite Tile deserterrarely receives a cordial wclonlnointo the ranks of the enemy attdiis justly scorned by those lh 1ti has betrayed Many peplIatthis time of the year about good roads wlule a few arc interested the ye r around The roads are verjrood now but the rains will coni n and so will the mud altdMlryrotids Every body then williegret that the proper attention was not given the roads at amtipportuno time So many of ourapeoplo are like a certain old mat who had a very leaky house IRe could not cover it when it wasirr lining and when it wasnt raining it didnt need a cover XhuK his house was like our roadjjfrajways in need of repaiY Ii J The JTni viucli is a purely localpaperTnjbys to boost any desertiit Toosl Individual orlo ilIeBgrten Limegter on any oth ai topic Tliis aerisprottd of its home and tut diomipeopl6 Theeditol was l within four miles of this to3vi and of course desires to see it i WfIs there many local paper under such en vironments The article published in the TIMES a few weeks ago which gives Judge Becknerj pain when he roads it in his home paper was upon authority roni his own town which we Believed to 10 true when wo published it ore would not have allowed it in ourpaper and wp are not yet convinced to the contrary The DeinocratsfiSf Winchester held a primnry4Safurdayandn- ominated a strong municipal ticket Olay will prbably awake tojtheirrduty the day after the elution- Negro hung bymoU at Dan ville Ind and nggroes moving southward throughjfearof safety iiv their native Northern State Dont that soun4 frange It seems that noipnpfrQmeith er party cares tot iJfor Repre sentatiyo in thi8 ggislative district this time fiA ALL If A H Norto +rill make thq race for Oountyudge lie will receive the ufT4 llANT VOTERS 100 RawarA too rhe1eader8ofji8pape will be pleased to learn at there is at least one dreaded disease ihatScU enbo has been able cure iri aUJt stages and that isrJOatarrii HdHe Catarrh Cure is only positive cure now known fw the wedicnl fraternity Cit being a con etitutional sliseasqredtiires a con = stilutional treatmlI1t 11Ia11s Ca7 tarrhcCiireJs takhj Internshyact + J r Y- L IJ i i ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation Plltlcnt constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors haVe so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hun lured Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testi monials Address JF J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 75c Hulls Family Pills arc the b- estCured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but In people of advanced a e it does not to ordinary treatment There is however hope sufferers In Dr Mi es Heart Cure which we know from watchin hundreds of cases Lad from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator 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 erandoldworse I left there with wife to visit my siSlerlnlawtMrs T A Kirby at Roanoke nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old KirbyasheInsistedIcured a few bottles of italo the Nerving and Tonic After using one or two bottles 1 could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being butmy faithful illtedonkceplngltupwhlch Idld1mvroyemtntsoon began in earnest and I took In all fifteen or sixteen bottles Iwas restored to perfect health and while I am years old am comparatively a bOYou rcurnmringhumanity firsttieiUeDr AddresDr s ctrucUon Errry part U lt nl UonUnnally nowjs make our elvsattractlve ALBION BUGGY CO Ukoleaak niCH Subscribe Clay City Hotel J iI EATON Prop 3Nr X Table stipiilied with the best thegimarkert ailoids Everything neat + t and clean Bates SI 00 per day 4r MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep II StockptSteam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD G r1fasoIn 3 5 8 and 12 horse power rnier r best known power for farmers and others The press on which this paper ii printedV It driven by a Hafran Engine L T CHAS HAGrAN WINCHESTER KY I of MtBAILEY Merchant anl Custom f MILLER v TL0 0 C1AY CITY KY ti CIdS14lD work 5ix days in the week FredGronnBlTSlteJiWealalffayson fcanii 1 x fGrl 8ern sixtii toley7 1 3Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake t The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest BiscuitAgo MutloWlioii YonTJBo L t Pearl and Bakers Pride Floury Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed J MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 trBuilt toWear Finished to Please reputationtor lilghrstos1bidnv adding that hlthrradocarruf1IBlind JljlJ ALBION for TH E TIMESXws J f 1 it t f IIJji i r 1ji iJy L L 1IiiIIIII r t THE TIMESIIII Ir AN AJL HOMEMADE PAPER 1903uf L 7 LOCAL BREVITIES t Dr Littlopago was in Mt Ster lI ling Tuesday on business f John Golf of Indian Fields f ii was bere Friday on business ct Wi R Cassidy was up theO i d IC Monday and is now visit fiig in Clark county Dr T E Lemming the well known Stanton physician was hero Saturday on business Mr W D3eouta representa tire of the Louisville Times was Mere Wednesday in the interest fofhis paper W E Heflin has received no + tice of the death of his brother inlaw Mr Joe Littleton of ti Rowan county inspecturt this part of Kentucky was here Monday on business H F Christopher one of our successful rural friends was ovor fiom Spout Spring Friday and gave our office a brief call This section is ifi the midst of n severe drouth and unless it rains so nbutJittJe corn will be raised Grass is almost burn- ingw up C Mr Win Smothers writes us i from Valparaiso Ind to have rw liis jmpor changed from McQopl Ind hasaJL rw l or iI1kinds ofchoked fruit sad- ccmrectionety lemonade andpopon ice go to Jo Martin in the Tucker building Bis stock is always fresh nnd clean Give him acal 3Wecall attention to the imam moth advertisement of 11- rsfWiJIiamson t the fourth page L Go see this store and profitby If taking in seine of the bargains Fshe is offering r The new cabinet has arrived at the postofiico and it is quite a liandsome addition to the appar atus It is fitted with combina tion locks which is quite an im provement over the old Itey locks I N J Mr Hack Kirk and Miss Mi- nI I1 Zuie Abney were married at the residence of the brides fatherwfi io Mr Sonny Abnoy in this city Thursday July 23 Rev R A 1 Irvin officiated The TIMKS ex tends congratulations trr Eld N McIntosh closed a very4 successful meeting atNorthBend last week Four were baptized into the church at the conclusion oM tjie meeting Bro Mcliitosh is now engaged in three weeks protracted work at two churces n Qarrard county TThere will be no preaching at the Methodist church at this place 0 Sunday the regular day but ser sect evening Np services tit Hard I wicks Creole MethodisttlJhurch the regular day on tho sedond TO but some time latef in the month f i For u lazy liver try Chamber 1JansStomach and Liver Tablets jl q invigorate the liver aid thE 1 ru4 i digestion regulate the bowels and i prevent bilious attacks For sale by all dealore in patent medicine 41aM T43 7 nt w u To Improve Telephone Line The telephone line between this place and Mt Sterling will be made a metallic circuit in a few weeks The line will be supplied with sixpin cross arjiia all the way between the two points When the line is thus improved we can talk easily withaUsubscribers of the Mt Sterling Winchester ana Lexing ton exchanges and long distance connection with Louisville And Cincinnati will be added in a few more weeks No man or woman in the state will hesitate to speak well of Cham berlains Stomach and LiverJTnblets aftiT once trying them They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels improve the appetite nnd strengthen the digestion For sale by till dealers in patent medicine An Household Necessity Mr W H Cobb of Nicholas vile was in Clay City Friday taking orders for the Economy Scrubbing Brush an article which posesses all that its name implies It economizes soap water and nearly the whole of labor on scrubdays In fact it is the most complete labor saver we ever saw and it does its work so nicely As a carpet sweeper this little utility goes for all the lint trash and dirt to be found on the floor or carpet When once installed it is an indispensable article in every home Will Buy it Back You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy Any dealer in patent medicine will refund your money if you are not satisfied after using it It ia evr cry whore admitted to be the most pucjcesfulem6dyjn USQ for bowel complaints and the only one vthat noverfails It is peasant safe and reliable Institute in Session The Teachers Institute is be lug conduted at Stanton this week by Prof AV U Eubank of this city This is the first year in quite a while that the insti tute instructor has been obtained in the county and the incident speaks well for thE county There are others in the county that could fill the instrucors chair with proficiency and much credit to themselves among them being Prof Durrett White and Rev It A Irvin of this place In the future as this year wo hope to see the institute in structor selected from home t lent insomuch that we never get hotter material by going out of the bounds of Powell 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 treated All that is necessary is to give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy und castor oil nsdirested with enchbttlcnndOUle is certain For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Will Teach Again in Powell Prof Frank Edwards will fin ish bis singing school at Powell Valley Saturday night and will go from there to Bowen where ho has beets engaged to teach a class Profi Edwards has no trouble to get a class in music whore heis known amt the people are desirous and appreciative of a competent instructor The blackberry crop which has been bountiful is iiowigone A i fL = 0 t v uabW TIme Saved Slight jnTuribs often disable a vSMtemart dnd se veralduys loss of time and Nhea l poison develops sometimes result in the loss of a hand or limb Chamberlains Pain Bai1tSn antiseptlc lini ment eni applied to cute bruises nni1ibnrns it causes them to heal itlckl5iwithout matura tion danger of blood poisonlJJSorsale by nil deal ers in patentliredicine Thoqrg alit of ice which the ompn TYtWltup last winter has been sold out and they areV now supplying their trade with the manufactifred product Strayedor Stolen Blackbrownjmare mule aged a bout 16 yeacaith slightly drooped ears Aboubl hands in good con dition Left the commons of Clay City about twmweeks ago Any in formation convoyed to the undersigned 7 concerning her whereabouts will bring thowner and pay for the charges Wjr MOUNTZ Su jif Clay City Ky- NewtiChurch House The Methodist congregation at HardwickteOreek has torn down their old houfee of worship and will replacejjht with a modern frame pors-n of th cessar fund has been raisedahd work will begin soon 1 Very 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 Alice Miller of Morgan TexusI Igpt temporary relief but it came back ain and again and for six long year8 Ichaya8uffer ed more misery and agbnyjthan J can tell It wife worse thariydeath My husband Jjpent hunlredffti6f dollars for phi lni prescriptions and treatmentTvIthOut avail FI- nally we moveUltb JBbspuo county oUr present hpme and one day I I happened to sedan advertisement of Chamberlains Coloc Cholcea and Diarrhoea Remedy with a tesuino tiial of a man who had been cured by it The cause was so similar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy The result was wonderful I could hardly realize that I was eUngainor believe it could be BO after having suffered so long but that one bottle of medicine costing but a feY cent cured me For sale bVall deillcas in patent medicine H Meat and Malt A combination of the extract of Prime Beef and Iure old Malt Endorsed by leading Physicians aud Chemists everywhere as a safe and efficient Nerve and Blood tonic Makes Musolc is invigoration and appetizpgfinis L 110 equal as a Strength Builder If your druggist cannot supply it send J125 toiirJ1obtJ Frick cor 7th and or Leon S Abraham cor fitand Broadway LQuisvilleKy and a quart bottle will be eentto yuexpress prepaid 1 y tj l AtOne Han the Cost JonCOlA has better strength and socalled Bulk iaffee atthe same priceliJ18ttobe com pared Vfhk Uon in quality i tightadla IIIRc w 4 jwt Received From Factoi7 1 THI ODMTMT I HAT SAICSMXNI- N AKMICA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SUIELDSEIATSx EVERY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER c Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOL13 AGENT Startling Facts F I A1 E1 BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best + kets of the East We can supply you with any thing marIneed at prices so low as to make you wonder how them E reIythul from a Paper of Pins to a Wed tf Urg Tiousseau from a Cake oiSoapv to a CarLoad of Bacon T Bringon your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the fieldin 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 Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 25 Dont fail 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 7 2 is- u If MidSummer Clearance i 4I al l Following up our usual custom of the past few years of holding a OUT PRIOE S 1Ewo will during the month of August put on sale at greatly reduced prices our splendid stock f merchandise for the purpose of reducing the stock before invoicing and also to make room for oucffnll and winter goods which will begin to come in a little while yS This sale will eclipse anything attempted on former occasions in the way of siroin which to select and prices and every judicious buyer should take advantage of the splendidopportunity to supply his many wants while this slaughter rageskl We do not want to carry over anything in Summer Goods and have made the rolitiso deep that the for the of our lifetime del fail to come LtlSoit will have the Clothing Mens 8400 Suits 8275 500 875 625 450 750U 500- U 950U 760- u 1150U 850 U 1400 u 960 450 Pants 298 u 400U 269 850U 289 800 U 198 U 250 169- U 200U l4D- U 150 119 U 100U 79 Millinery 2 25 ReadytoWear Hats 1 50 1 75 U 100 150U U 100 100t U U 75 Trimmed hats at cost to close out Untrimmed hats at cost Ilibbons at big cut in prices All colored silks at big cut in pricesTinware at cost Stoneware at cost Glassware atbig cut in prices Attractive prices on Chinaware LacoCurtainsrWindowPolee Roll er Blinds Draperies and a great variety of small articles that we cant mention in this circula- rEmbroideries a 40 cts Hamburgs at 88 eta 80 2J 25 uI 19 20U u 16 11t12I V I M D 10I c i a 8 I 8U ii u 6 HosieryfLadies 75ct Lace Stripe Lisle GOc 50a u U 40 u 85u 27 x 25U U 19 U 20U I 16 15U U U 11 Misses 25U U U 19 U 20U U U 10 I 15I u u 11 u 10 U 8 THE Bank INCORPORATED Stock 200000 20030 solicit accounts individ firms corporations rSams Mrs Arthur Minter this writing Shirts Mens 25 Shirts 100I75I 49 50 40 should our splendid line of Ladies Skirts Beauties many Patterns latest styles popular pric- esNeckties Tics at 75U 49 50U 89 26 Laces Lace at 40 40 88 85 26 19 20u 16 15U 11 12u10 Underwear 100 Fancy Stripes Suits S8- 6Oct irts Drairers fri iijtD Ladie850cfc Vests Union Suits39 1nI10 two Collars- All 10 Collars at SOL Mens 85 et Lace Stripe Sox at29 25 19 20 10 15 11 10ILawns Lawns at ets- I 81I74rt10 15I20I 15 25 19 Shirt Waists Waists 40 come and you want prices it liberal the we N Pres Yt We the R gals and 542 is on the sick list at k j d 1 B8- u 6D- u U You not fail to new 100 69o U I 19 500 I 27 u U 9 u 7i 8 6i 1 Sl i d ro1fJt I v I II I for i5 8 I 1 I r1 11 I I 8 All Set 4 11 0 n 11 5 11 11 11 8 i2 r1 50ct cts the and last and and same W Wisera and family vis ited his mother Sunday W N Sand HUt was in this Monday- W F Thos four for 12 R J Wilcox and D N visited H C and Sun day School this place is progress ing nicely with Mr Ohio Car as teacherThe show at was well rep resented here Ifrom five to a 24 76 50 OQI O6 125 71 88 1 50I 7I250 JSilk 109 850 218 4 00 111 285 Ginghams Silk Ginglmms 25c grd 19 Fancy Stripe 19 Gingham Gingham Gingham Corsets Summer 1 OO grade 69- I t 60 89 Sntes Mens Heavy Shofi 8125 80 CI 6 200 160 I iI ii 4 tw 25 1C9 I Fine j5 200 140 11 250 100 L Lt tt 800 225 n I 360 275 400 325 Fine es 140115 5rLrUvy i50 120 u 4i fc 1 7g ji3aJ tC tt 1G- 9I 4t a25y 218 11 300 239- t1St rz W 135 h H t 160 113- i25I I II 98or II i 10069B- oys 1 260 175 u 1 175 139 U IL 125 88 I II I 10079 Slippers 1390 Ladies Slippers 8230 250 215 200 16D 150 3 115 125 88 iltIens 2150 Hats 1001- y 200- I 150n 15U 89BoysI 60 39- II 40t 25 I 35 20 When in city in see what we have that remember this sali1 only through August for values for was never equaled Thanking our many for their patronage soliciting a continuance of are very respectfully Mrs J W WILLIAMS I5 Clay city Ky Winchestei H WmiEBsrooN Capital Surplus of see in ct H n Gould of community McIntosh bought of Hackworth shotes Witt Witt family at Irvine from Plain 11 a Misses Hats dozeneVerYnight Harg Allen is building a new house on WoodWftnls creek and will move to sanioeooa Quite anumbJQf youngsters fromb re h at Sand lull Saturday nigiJtsind Sunday Messrs M M Rotindtrce Arthur Minter W F McIntosh iind Sam Yarber visited THOS Hackworth Sunday who Is verickt We nIbrigbt prospects of from the frequent here to the rsjv Ji i t T forks We hope the gentleman will have good luck for his trouble and we will be abloto report him a married man soon Look out W M Union Hall Health is very good in this com munityG Clark was hero last week buying shee- pI think we will be able to report a weddingso1n Mr Jeff Covey and wife visited in this community Sunday Mr Wilson Adams was raying his respects to his best girl Sunday Mr and Mrs Preston Smith vis itcdut Mr Owen Pucketts Sunday Misses Virgin and Martha Ab ney were visiting on Hardwicks creek Monday Bro Martin Larison is holding protracted meeting at Marbleyard at this writing Misses Nannie and Ida Powell of White Oak were visiting in this vicinity last week Misses Gallic Tyree nnd Acy Ann Henderson were the guests of Wm Ware and family Sunday Miss Biddie Meeser of Furnace was the guest of her cousin Miss Ida Walters Saturday and Sunday Pine Ridge FM Store was here on busi ness this week J W Niblack Bros sold to F M Owen 10 heifers weight 805 lbs average 750 John Roberts bought 78 trees ofW V Niblack for 181 Mr- Robertswillwork into ties Fox and Aldridgo bought of ifrs Bowen three steers at 8f two cows at 2J one heifer 8c MRS MCELIA STOWE Orator Entre None Club 176 Warren Avenue CmoAQO ILl Oct 22 1002 For nearly four I suffered from ovarian troubles The dot tor insisted on an operation as the only to well I however operationMywell aa I for home a woman ia a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to a of of Cardul forme to trv and he did so I began to improve in af Within recovery W 3 rapid eighteen weeks I was another Mrs Stowea letter shows every byfemaleWine of Cardui cares that sick ness and brings health and happi ness Do not on suffer ing Go to your druggist today and secure a Wine of Cardui WINftt0 ClJmUJ Ei B WEST With Simmons Hardware Ca- St Louis Mo willmakeregular trips throuh this section Fright edualized with LOuisville and Ginul natl houses a n x SPRING 1003 x Bluegrass Nurseries FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES GRAPE VINES SHALL FRUITS ASPARAGUS BHtJBABBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Both Phones H F Hilleivmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY Lexington Eastern Ey IEffective Sept 1 1902 No2 No4 I Dally ex Sun Stations P m Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 810 825 L E Junction 323 837 Clay Cit 8050 913 II Stanton 406923II Natural Bridge I 954 Torrent 449 1000- II BenttyvilleJuno5ll 1029- II 0 A K Junot 611 1120 Jncksona M 1110 WEST BOUND I Stations No 8Daily P M No1ex Sun Aln Lv Jackson225 625 0 K Junct 2 80 6 20 BeattyvilleJuno820 7 SO II Torrent 847 744 Natural Bridge 401 801 Stanton 430 828 Olivr City 439 837 LE Junction 50 010 II Winchester 520 023 Ar Lexlngton600 1010 NosSand 4 make close connections fur Cannel Oity and points on the 06r K- Dlvlslondally except Sunday Nos 1 2 connect at L A E Junction with 0 O for MtSterling and local points Nos 1 and 2 connect at heatty villa Junction with L A for Beatty ville daily except Sunday J H BARR CirAs SCOTT Gen Manager Gen Pass A scientific oterfilcsT raion For Cubing Diseases IOfHorses Feet IntlareaIllou 1AII A- gtTARQLEUI TAROLZU1I till mix with mtfr In rl- proporUuP4 runagnn J lIol n c tCIIIba nioMira ttio foot fhj wlllbeapprrclald bTCltoupbirulhorsemvii AS DRlt SiNO P tiubthofoitaIorr twlcnadaranalp Ul tritU a brush If j woottho luo uoor AFiI1Wf 111 1Itacl e quantity of OIlII1II1 ono rrt i I Alt- otEUMtoxtapnTa o sratr and hind n the t p JIrtr1l t rtm hart contracted fet qi cl rao tteliHammatlOQ and fwivnets i isNNJw11N7RDux Pot brr ad yoarTvd av rt era 4 ctnntol U TA dt bN i i a aNLe ra6Jraal1 bo atttth rtbltl + a realm Itr how- me f i CaD uwoa1 tb Nratn r lenrcl Jun it Taa j At TV n qt I N A smUoi erA 1 bull Veallou San J hoIIII CliO fol1 Shipped F O U SiinisrUt Mlisi Dlrvo llouj on tbo can AcuUrfrre 1 W F YOUNG PDP Springfield Mass 1 MEAT MALT yns IDEAL TONIO AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Itto u iSrea th la Eyeiy Drop Ascicotiffic cotntfautkn of the meatUl i constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT lonlirllle Ky Juauyti Ion HEAT MALTCO trotirUle Kr Gentlemen Harlnzexamined Mea t and Matt withIu 1 1 state that It l an efficient nenre and blood tonic It diacatttendledwithdebUIty nitnar- L D KASTENDINE M D Loutirllle College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT 99 tMtlmvllto Ky For 800 in stamps will mail a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never fails Wrjteito Corp WI1 son Olavert Tex I 1 t r s- lr c