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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 ttJ1oif + k cx- I AY y xY ItfrtJ 6tryy + 4 C yS- t t t V I t THEy TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance IYe are here to help Clay Cfty lbe rtpg Country ani 0ursehes J E Burgher Jr Publishers VPL s CLAY CITY KY Til RSA AUGUST C 1903 NO 32 Sams Job Henry and family visited Ben Tuttle Sunday if If Itoumltree was visiting on Sand Hill Sunday Sam Yarberand family visited Arthur Minter Sunday 3 N J Tuttle was visiting at Paudla Saturday night and Sun day ff AlbertBrandenburg of Qwslbyj county was visiting Arthur Mi li c ter Saturday night Lack Minter and Thomas Hack wbrtlrtias bought of M M Round tree his saw mill complete for fGOOW H Wiseman has bought off Cleve Sums a half interest in a boundary of timber on Iron moun tain for 150 The recent rain made a tilein 4Kentucky river and Minter 4 Hackworth have run about 500 oak and pine logs Puts an End to It AIL A grievous wail oftimes conies as fromrICache T her complaint and Const pMiqtifiut thanks to On Kings Nc vLife I1ll llwy plat an end to Tl it all Z111oyvnro entle bat thof y u h Qy2oca Gn arx tt 5 w itl ritL 74imb Y vvijjf r i o iibefalewnfd i1returned tft this cilice Sash doors Ceiling Pickets Stairways Etc Store Fronts Vaughns MilL L 0 Lyle and family spent Sunday with A P Riley Several from this place attended the show at Clay City Saturday night Mr Bill Koges is from G W Clarks place to Big Sink ing Leo county Mr and Mrs Morgan Gravett of Winchester are visiting friends and relatives at this place Mrs Ella Swope of this place and Mary Dnughcrty of Ford are visiting W kL Swope of Glencairn this week Messrs Clarence Gravettand Cliff Ilighley of Carlock Ill are visiting Mr Gravetts parents Mr and Mrs Melvin Gravett at this place Mrs Bettie Highley and Miss Mnttio McKenney went Saturday Evening to see Mrs Martha Bush of Stanton who is onhft death lied Mrs Highley is going to stay iS several days with her IMrs Mary A Burgher gave a birthday dinner and quilting tb her son Everett Saturday Everett with 20 years old There were 79 people them for dinner Every body plentyfetfCharley Clark and Miss1 al e and 1r George ware and bn1 1iel Al tveYo jbfned1n rtrlyn n r taft 3Nr e Q Y Clay City at Vaughns Mill Christian urch Ready For Business Tile firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved frond the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand und will continue to sell tho remainder of time old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me und- sold at close priers I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed lint if you can bo anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should spa our lino 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 i line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock a hanking tlib public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C ShimfesseL i lfiblIANCE MFGTWinchester Ky t We Manufacture Flooring Blinds Woatherboarding- Varnhdas Shingles and moving mtttl7mony the We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing C- Flintoid RoofiirigLand Etc t r Send us Your Estimates Promt Shipments tJ 2 q r0 r z- t 0 Y jr 1 P T1ie 1 Ihttel1w Thn Powell jut t Ihersi stituto held at t i l Jast week under the inetr u ij76llrof W- It Eubank Pg t e ftho most successfulevercbt 1nitthe county Thirtyeight test r we e enrolled during the gnr aIL9vf whom took pnttins s tenof subjects Our limitel pr ptlti8 week- prevents us from pivin i more ex tended nccpunrtbe meeting which wo wpjiwli to1iuvo done Following on he csoun ions as adopted by thrboil Jiesolvedi 1 That we aerhiemnbers of tIllS Institute llql P Tra cy for tlie tfrnanifested in the edncntlhaprkof the Institute and o coo t it 2 ThatrVhtcnjlerourtllanlcs- to the m muers oMhe 1resbyte rian ChurcwJ or thieir house during ses titute 8 That tfiohAnfelt thanks of tIns Instijioxtnded to Prof VR ulnaxfrtl1e able and eflicien lDoar n ch he inslruSfor1vliacoTiiductedas our the avorkofttie T setitfn titute By his kind ling indyhearing- he has uncoitse sly though it be drnrip i a agratit flower frtfmomory8sac7Gdgardenwhose perfulHte wiiSand gladden nJtt o r1i afst 4 IJ1 tWJtQxt nd oar appre cia ion forCllaar rvices oI Mrs Burjc asorg ms j h i e pntl heartily apprccfYtlieoxllents- ervice of our secretary Prof Hayden 4 0 That wo petition the Legis lature to carefullyconsider the following by the Powell County nstitute 7 That the oiHc of trustee be abolished anti tho duties hereto fore performed by tho said trus- teesbe byn County Board for the coujnjies 8 That the certifi cate be abolishexL and the dis tricts be reclassedsSx 9 That the Compulsory Edu cational Law bo softritiended as to make it effective via The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results I in death Thus a merecratch in significant cuts or puny boils have paid tho death penalty It is wise to have Bucklens Arnica Salvo ev er handy Its tho best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten 0nc25c atSwann Day Lbr Gos r Owing to qurei weaspace this week w6 can liofAigivo all the items we intendedfaiHl had to cut short some that wleroinHftY Suicide lrcvetett The startling announcement that a preventive of su jdehnd been discovered will iliftrest many A run down system ijr despondency invariably precedbBjaicide and something has been ind that will preVent that condjplnin which makes suicide likely At1lf 3 first thought of self destruction ka Electric Bitters It beIng a tonic and nervine wfllst cnlllicnthe nerves and build up therjjfyBttm Its also a great Stomach l yVrlind Kidney regulator Satisfaction guuraiiteccl bysSwAan pLbr Cat ifr J t M t jl ir t Lil 1 y IlarkctlnJ Walnut Stumps loads of walnut stumps have been delivered at the depot for shipment to a Now York firm most of which have been col lected from tho Station Camp neighborhood Some of these stumps particularly of the curly or birds eye variety are very val uableIrvine Herald- Subscription Laws An exchange rcspectly invites the attention of its delinquent subscribers to the followiulfthat have been e cision of the United States courts The seven most important arc 1 Subscribers whodo not give express notice to the contrary are considered as to renew their subscription 2 If subscibers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid 8 If subscribers neglect or re fuse to take their periodicals from the postoflice to which they are directed they are responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered them discontinued 1 If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers and the papers are sent to the former address they are held responsible 5 The courts have decided that refusing to tnke periodicals from the office or removing and leav primafaciefraud 6 If subscribersypny in ad vance thojnro bound to rive no tice expiration of the time IfcUJgy do not wish continue t btli ivfsotlid1 n sff ef authorized to send it and the subscribers are responsible until an express notice is sent to the publisher 7 Tho latest postal lows are such that newspaper publishers can arrest anyone for fraud who payforUnder the law the man who allows his subscription to run a long for some time unpaid and then orders the postmaster to mark it Refused and have a publisherleaves fine the same as for theft If you order your paper discon tinued and it continues to Come you may know that you are in arrearages and should pay up responsible being sent to you End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had como As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co Price 50c 100 Trial bottles free Sheriffs Tax Sale I or one of my deputies will at the court house door hi Stanton Ky on Monday the 7th lay of Sept 1003 sell to tho highest mind best bidder for cash that tract or parcel of land on Cow Greek bounded on tho West by Coun ty road i on South by V 0 Martin on East by Green Adams i on North bland of Martin Bros and containing about 60 acres or so much thereof as will satisfy tho sun of 818 being the taxdife State and County from A T Crow for year 1003 Tacos Boon Sheriff Powell Cot Farm For Sale welllimprovedmile west of Spout Spring Well 5lugoutbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN Osnonx Spout Spring Ky Get What You Want at Jo Martins w FRUIT STAND Choice Fruits of all kinds in great variety Confectionery So da Pop Lemonade and Etc 7th Avenue Clay City r The Balance i Wheel o Look libido your wntdi a moment The balance wheel is making 18000dvibrations an hour if its in condition If tho movement is slug J gish theres something wrong It J will move 3558 miles inn year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run Rut it needs e that little badly The least degree of friction on the hearings alters tho motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and rut your watch J o in order for a year pay and r satisfy you t VEB tlt5velei104 e AY 11Y iw e The many little ways in which you could economizeif you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money enough i to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters Wo 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 htve issued a booklet t explaining tho workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky ritOFKSSIONAL CAUDS S11111N11 114111N 11 41111 Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN MID PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 9- I It Tastes Like Wheat t tBread baked from our flour retains the natural taste and E flavorof the wheat berry Makes l better whiter healthier breadt4 than you have been cause it is milled from the tT very best wheat on a firstclass j 1up to date millrun by wntert power Let a 25 sackofq Best Patentor- Mountain I i Lily i tIwords Ask your grocer I IRofUISSLYN KY t+ 1 H 1o1otH + + K SPOUT SPRING Bill Edge was below last week on business TW McKinney of Winchester was here Saturday Elder B S Burgher of Win chester was up a few days this weekMissLena Connor who has been down with fever for some days is slightly improved Messrs Dillard and James F JllE1 H weeks rt A protracted meeting will be gin arthe Methodist church the third Sunday in this month Rev W B Ragan of Irvine will assist Pastor Willis in the meetingMr Mrs Rupard Curtis are the proud parents of a new son which arrived at their home Tuesday July 28 This birth brings no encouragement to the DemocratsJohn the noted hux ter who moved here last spring t from Mt Sterling has moved back to the capital of Montgomery where ho says he can get more business George White seems to be very much interested in one of Pow ells fair damsels from the frequent Lf visits he makes over that r way We wish him success in his matrimonial aspirations The Baptist church at this place at their church meeting Satur day called Elder 00 Brown for their pastor and he has accepted the charge He preached both Saturday and Sunday to fair size crowds The attendance and Interest manifested was quite en couraging and shows that all church interest has not yet died in this community Eld Turpin was present on Sunday and took part in the exercises Elder B S Burgher preached Saturday night11 protracted meeting regulardSeptember Increased Reward The membership of Jacksons Chapel has increased the reward for the apprehension and conviction of tho party wbo shot into the church house some months since from 25 840 j l i TIE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSDAT J fl Uurgher Jr Publisher 0 Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday August 6 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 SlOf II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 76 Poor Pay Poor Services Poor pay poor servicesseems to hold good in every official duo ty and no pay no service is a bout as true Whether it be in private or public life service is rendered according to compensation An office with no salary is considered a very unimportant one and the same receives but little attention from the incum bent Onr Oity Council like unto the country district trustee and coun ty road surveyor should really not be chided they do more than they are paid for and receive no thanks for what they do Their work is wholly gratuitous and they cannot therefore well afford to neglect their own business and give much time and attention for which they re ceiveno compensation Under such circumstances it is hard to get good and vqualified men 10 oniylllIidaso unless they1 have some special act which they wantpass ed or are interested in some bus iness establishment which seeks special favors from the Council Such officers naturally look to their own interest first and oth er important matters in this way are neglected The TIMES believes in selecting a council of mOn who have no special acts to offer nien wfio are permanently located in Olay Oity and only those who are sol idly identified with the towns best interests and will thorough ly investigate all ordinancesoffer ed for passage and see that there are no catches or misrepresenta tions in their wording aswnstho case with one passed last fall For diligent service in this ca pacity every member should re ceive a liberal salary This pol icy should be indorsed by the Democrats when they nominate their fall ticket and with such policy they can win like atop We will now see if the universal demand for justice and con viction of the accused in the Jett and White trial now going on is maintained by the Republican press in the trial of Caleb Pow ers on the same charge atQoorge town The evidence against the latter is equally as convicting as that against Jett and White Mr A H Norton has a card in this issue of the TRIES in answer to A Gall from Many Voters It is interesting read lug from a popular and deserving gentleman who is well qualified to fill the important office of County County Judge Only twelve witnesses for the defense were at Georgetown Moh day in the Powers case 185 wore called + L a Froiaher PolhfofYIew It iB iiajyJie public spjibplteaeh ers ofRoiiI1 uro nbw using our cquntyj6ada8 object lessons in tenchingfsnT children the funda mentpAfatD6s of physicalgeograthy ili6 oncepapvlar molding board Iq now add fprpyfcr discarded as the average pecTa can most plainly discern intllecounty roads till the islands lakjBjifivei and volcanic craters necessary to geographically impress Kernrtind of the inscrutable urchin in tKe initial stage of his school life1Vho now will flare have gailvenpugh to rise up rind swear byall the gods in the Pantheon thafone publichighwaye are absolutely useifiss arid unmitigated nuisances i jt Stanton Lji ICyAug EDITOR QiTQm TIMES My aHenlion has been directed to a brief bufc significant para graph in several recenfcissues of your paper ndedcA Oalland signed Many Voters TQ show io recognition of this manifestation of goodwill and appreciation wou4 indeed to most flagrantdiscourtesy on my part Hence this intrusion up on your valuable space and time Being fully cognizant of this ar duous dutlesbf a County Judge and the graVe responsibilities resting p 1I1im I would in view of mymeager qualifications for that highland importantposi tiori hesitafiai as I now most as suredly dotbrespond affirmatively totl call of Many Voters J Having served the people of Powell county ifor some years in my present official capacity and nlwuyswithn earnesfcahd hn- nestendeavartt faithfully dig rchargtfthe StQrmY obits Jhdfords in that iris nil unsololtod aid purely voluntaf dndorsoiherit by many of our ntoaEaulistantialuit izena of my past areer In conclusion I wouia say that while I at preson rentertain no thughtCf being a candidate forf County Judge should the future neceiSftYormybecomjng of Many YotorjJhand the Democracy of Powell I would be compelled at leRSto give the matter mature jmdj thoughtful consideration 4Thanking Many Voters Hfort- he11igh eamplimentthey have bestowed upon hisc call and you Mr Editorftirthisgen- erou use of alumnsYaln VeryiTegpectfully a 1 a NORTON A SOAP THAT CROWS rWqI bMOLCSCA Afloe To1et M lIruCrucEp AmoioShavij rJ Shalpoo ThIs Ilneof hi 1 1if1 lU1d Jt orIiebouatrybladeAnd Iho tII1IJto cco bmtedlorltsase wcutulyccus ilia pertlcs Iatuyel wJsp- artlculnrlsadaptl j cuJ DAtnoIeeeapjIiJlOrt boxothlcharads a J a hhxicsnA sta irj rxo I- Dont forget tlltx111 30t need any kind b j tine a U r y rlt1 X44 S r A Persistent Advocate The CLAY CITY TISIKS is persist oiitjy advocating the good roads movement It might bo ivehto mention this question in our col 11ns but we have reasonable roads now after a while it will be too bad Irvine Herald Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anycaso of Catarrh that cannot ho cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P JCHBNKY It Co Toledo 0 lye the undersigned have known FJ Cheney for the lastly years and believe him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financially able to carryout any ob hgUidns made by their firm WEST TKUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WALDINO KINNAN ifeMAnvix Whole sale Druggists Toledo 0 Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials free Price 75cper bottle Sold by all Drug gistsnnllsFamily Pills arc the b- estMother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a for nenroai disorders It removethecaus and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel Ills duty to letjroa kaowjthat your medicines cured m little girl fif ninedf spawns Shoeommencedhartagthem fltthe ascot three Our family doctor said aheweuldaoat lemblit6 cdld not wkqsaidhertroubleaseptlec lIe did her no rood so nervosa the could hardly walk Ail hail already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedyjor Myself I commenced eivine it tomy gave her Iriull ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two year ago and she has riot had an attack since We com raenced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness and we her permanently cured I enclose her pic tureMy inlaw lost her Teason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Net vine cured her sister has also taken it for sickbeadache with good results We all thank you YC much tor your goodmedl cines and kind advice I dont there is any other medicine half so good I send mayiceArkansaSMRS HANNAH BARKETT SprllljtdaleArkAU and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies or free boot on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreiv Dr Miles Medical Cu Elkhart Ind J Tx3E = J Winchester BankINC- ORPUDATED Y V NH WITJIERSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 W Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of Individ uals firms and corporations C42 N Clay City HotelrlJH EATON Prop r Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 100 per day t MACHINE SHOP ILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep IQ StocK Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILDI Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12 horsQ power Ther best known power for farmere and I 4tdriveJ1l1ya L m Mms HAGANt4 f WDfCDrJJB1CY M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stolirMILLER = CLAY CITY KY tt Custom work six days in the week tiFresh Grooni Bolted Meal always on hand f I Grinds for onesixth tole t A J Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are 3Inclo Vlion You TJso Pearl M Bakers Pride Flourau f t Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed 0 i t MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Ucrbants724 i f Subscribe For q r I l THE TIMESIt t1i I 4V L Y tNJ N Ii Il 1 34 L re FyuP r L t 1 l- t LTHE TIMES 1 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPERr rTIiIJRSDAY AUGUST 6 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES pnovo B6 Burgher of Win Chester was hero a few days this week Dr Littlepage has bought a nice buggy mare to drive in his r rubber tiref Eld LW Marcum is holding a protracted meeting with his church at Ruokerville this week Joe Taylor returned last week from a visit to J J Conner and t CG Kimbrell in Bourboncoun ty Mr OliflShimfessell anddaugh ters Misses Mary and Grace are visiting relntesnt Cynthiana this week The teachers of the county re opened their schools again Monday morning after last weeks 7 cessation while attending the I county institute For all kinds of choice fruit and confectionery lemonade and popon ice go to Jo Martin in the Tucker building HSs stock always fresh and clean Give him a call Miss Annie Ringo returned this week from a visit to Wades Mill and was accompanied home by Miss Washburn who is now visiting friends iirtho city J MAMM JThe stray mule advertised in i this two last Issues of the Tries- hlas1ieen4found byMr Mbiintz 4rtwac ji this papor seldom fails td bring results J B Shoemaker of George town was hero a short while the first of the week Mr Shoemak= Lcris a native of Lee county and used to teach school in Powell Miss Annie Ringo of Clay City and Mrs A G Ringo and tI Miss Wnshburn of Clark county visited Mrs F P Tracy at Stan- tonT Wednesday and spenta pleasant I day j rrI This office has received several i unsolicited mail orders for job l a printing recently all of which j ti f was satisfactorily executed and + zt forwarded to pleased Epatrons t Prof W R+ Eubank is moving y this week to Midway where he will take charge of their school goodIsee leave When you want a physic that is fmild and gentle easy to take and certuin to not always use Chamber- lains1 r Stomach and Liver Tablets For side by nil dealers in patent medicine The Sunday school excursion to Natural Bridge Saturday was not a very large success owing to the threatening weather in tlio morning and a report that the excursion had been called ofl Mrs Annie Potts and laughter Miss Julia and Mrs Alma t Goosey nnd daughter Miss Carry I have gone to Green sburg Ind RileyrThey return erlst f The Red River Hotel has built a new kitchen at the roar of the building thereby affording more space on the first flqbr The pat ronage of thin popular hostelry r has grownfo doman4 llore room 1 v i 70 cfi i tk Ji- j J i n1 r1i r The Methodist church is under going some needed repairs this week Last week and this week the Modern Remedy company has been holding a series of enter tainments at this place at nights The show is fairly good and is drawing good crowds Mrs Sylvia Russell has been employed to teach a select school at Bowen for a term of ten months at a salary of 05 per month This is the same school that Mrs Russell taught so satis factorily last year- N 11 Swope who went to Cin cinnati Week before last to con sult a specialist on appendicitis was not operated upon but is being treated for the trouble and it is hoped he will evade an op eration through a timely treat ment Supt Tracy was down Monday and in speaking to us concerning the Teachers Institute held at Stanton last week said it was one of the best ever held in the county and spoke favorable of getting Prof Eubank to conduct the institute again next year Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera inorbus by taking Cham berlains Stomnch and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming oh Such attacks are usually caused by indigestion and these Tablets ore just what Is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward off the approaching attack Attacks of bilious col ic muy be prevented in the same wayFor sale by all dealers in pat entmedicine fleeting at Powells Valley 1 P tQrlrPiriasslsJQ a bxj 0 Brown lg conducting a series Uf rneefiitgfe jfrvpllB Valley this1 week The meetmgls very ink teresting and mtich good from their preaching is looked for I N OverWise There is an old allegorical picture of a girl scared at grasshop per but in the act of heedlessly treading on a snake This is paralleled by the man who spends a largo sum of money building a cy clone cellar but neglects to provide his family wthn bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaints whose vivtims outnumber those of the cy clone a hundred to one This rem edv is everywhere recognized as the most prompt nnd reliable medicine In use for these diseases For sale byall dealers in patent medicine Will Make Tintypes John W Henry the champion photographer will in a few days be prepared to make a line Hof tintypes The old fashioned tintype is really the most lasting and natural picture made He will also make you a nice photograph at 1 per dozen Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a Doctor ell am just up from a hard spell of the flux Dysentery says Mr T A Pinner a well known mer chant of Drunimond lcnnIu8e- dono small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choleru and Diarrhoea Rem edy and was dared without having a doctor I consider it the best cholera medicine intbe world There is no need of employing doctor when this remedy is used for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any formreither10r children or a dullS It never fails and = is pleasant to t KeFof sale by all dealers in patent medicine Y C- x 11 rrj1goiifimnn Bf tog stomach trouble 13 t his Baas Saturday rlf Mr Joliti i iiarris a well known citizenof Kimbrell Es watjnarriedtoaMrsRichardson EldO 0 Broiv officiated A Sure Cure for DIrrhoea v Coming as itlos in the busiest season when aman can least afford to lose timcj sure and quick cure for diarrhoea Jsjrvery desirable TiWAnyone given itatrinl I will tell you th t the quickest surest and most pleasant remedy in use for this diseases Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy There is moss of time when it is used so doses of it will cure any ordinary attack It never fails jioteven in the most PC were and dangerous cases For sale by all dealers intentmedicine Goodloo Combs Dead QoodloeOonib who figured conspicuously inilie assassination of John Rose in this county in the Spring 1800 at was sent to the penitentiary for same and pardoned a short time aodiedntOyiithinmi Saturday with appendicitis Combs was a witness tort Sdefense in the JettWhito trialjwhich occasion ed his being afc G ntlinnn when he died Doy Cured of CollcAfter Physicians TrcatmeneHad Failed My boy when four years old was taken with colicjand cramps in his stomach I senvfor thu doctor and he injected morel ucbut the child kept getting worse I then gave him half n teaspoonful of Chamberlains Coloc Choleraand Diarrhoea Remedy and in altanhour he was eleepihganci shin recovered Fe L Wilkins Shell Lake Wis Mr 7ilkins is boo keeper for tho- ShsSliLakeLumber CrForsale by all dealens in putentjmodicino i srThe DrouthD ken The long dry spfitwas broken by a good rain Thursday evening and general downpour all of Fri day morning with some showers since that time The situation had become ratJiersevero in Rentuck to save crops an grass Pros pects for the farnioiv are now much brighter thanVthis time last week 1i andhielt A combination pJh extract of Prime Beef and Pure old Malt Endorsed bvl adlnilysicimsa1J d Chemists everywhors a snfe and efficient Nerve ands Blood tonic Makes Muscle is Invigoration and appetizing Has Tipequal as a Strength Builder If your tmn6t supply it send il25 toobtr Prick cor 7th and MaiujStsf otr Loon S Abraham cor 1st Broadway Louisville Kya l itquart bottle Will be sent to youfcxpress prepaid I r H Cost LI fl nee had bet ilgiti and flavorilii tnyaocll- ed tfapc bands Dull ee atthesame price it babecorn paredw ktquzlity I 1 tic rs 4r Just Received From F to I THI 6AUTtST MAT 8A1C8MAN W AMUUCA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATS i EVERY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOT JGEXT Startling Facts I A1 E1 BARNETT i 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 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 Shah 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 2sDont 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 r I sI JIllLaundry Agency in Connection fail to give him a call D= H i WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Lochtedn the Eaton shop at the old race d crossing r f f t w 2V v a MidSummer Clearance aM We Following up our usual custom of the past few years of holding a OUT PR OJhSALEwe will during the month of August put on sale at greatly reduced prices our splendid sV of merchandise for the purpose of reducing the stock before invoicing and also to make room forrall and Winter goods which will begin to come in a little while t This sale will eclipse anything attempted on former occasions in the of tttfronl which to select and prices and every judicious buyer should take advantage of the spimrdiA for UIIit V to supply his many wants while this slaughter rages VrWe do not want to carry over anything in Summer Goods and have made tliipV deep that the success of this sale is already assured and for the bargains of your lifetime dpliottail to scale early for the best things and most desirable always go first So remember for all of August only nnd if you cant come just mail us your Ori ir have the same careful attention as if you were here to look after it yourself Clothing- Mens 400 Suits 8275 500 375 625 450 i I 750 500 I 950 750 1150 850 1400 050 450 Pants 208 400 209 350 239 800 108 250 109 200 149 I 160 110 I 100I 79 Millinery 2 25 Readyto Wear Hats 150 175 100 150 I 100 100 t 75 Trimmed hats at cost to close out Untrimmed hats at cost Ribbons at big cut in prices All colored silks at big cut in pricesTinware at cost Stoneware at cost Glassware at big cut fn prices Attractive prices on Chinaware Lace Curtains Window PolesRoll er Blinds Draperies and a great variety of small articfes v that wo cant mention in this circular Embroideries 40 cts Hamburgs at 88 cts 30u tt 24 25 10 20 t 1G 15II 11 12 u U 9 10 ti t 8 8 u G Hosiery Ladies 75ct Lace Stripe Lisle OOc 50u u u 40 CC 35 u t 27 u 25 i t 19 20 t a 10- CL 15u t tt 11 Misses 25 19 20t tt tt lG 15 11 i 10 u u 8 patronage Furnace had a good Sunday Alma Howell visited sister Mrs Lillie Lyle Sunday Miss Ethel McKnight visited Miss Mabel NowkirkFriday night Odus Billings visited our neighborhood Saturday andjSun day Mrs Alfred Holman who has been quite sick c slowly Born toMr John I lf2 s n 4 aa S t Shirts Mens 125 Shirts 88- C 100 60 t 75 49 50 40 You should fail ee9ur splendid line of Ladies Skirts Beauties in many new Patterns latest styles popular pric- esNeckties 1 00 Ties at OOc 75u u 49 60LCI 89 25a 11 10 Laces 50c Lace at 40 40 83 85 25 10 20u15 t 11 12I 9 a 1 t8 Underwear 1 00 Fancy StriperSuits f 88 50ct Shirts Drawers1y40 26z y I J X10 Ladies160ot 1tst rfB9II Union Suits t 25c Vests 15 tc 11 10 two for 16 Collars 1 10 et Collarsat 81 Sox Mens 35ct Lace Stripe Sox at 20 25 10 20 u19 11 15 l 11 11 10 8 JLawnsLawns at 4cts 118k 11 f 11 6 n 10n 8 15n 12i 20 11 lG 25 Shirt Waists 50ct Waists 40 values mhda liberal Arthur a pair of twins Edna and Edgar Sam Billings our merchant laying in a stock of goods Misses Nortie Biddio ings visited Miss Addio Frazier Puckett visited her sister M Barnes Saturday and Sunday school progressing nice under management Miss Lulu f S 76 l I 50 1 00 3 0- i 25 88 160Is M i17 250 ilk 169 850 iJ 2131 400 vt 285 Gjlgliams Plain Silk Ginghams 25c grd 19 Fancy Stripe 19 Ginohan118c Ginshnn1150 Pink and Blue Cheek Dress Ging ham 8c wa lO- cGolsets Summer Corsets 1 00 grade 60 11 60h 39- Sh0 es Mens Heavyfsoes 8125 S 80 11 tt 100 u t 225 1C9- jFihej 200 140 N tt i t 250 190 ce u u t 800 225 n n a 350 275 Ladies4FineShoes 40O325 l 40 115 1cjOJI 19- I rI f4 h Ti8fnoo lGO a I t 260 218 I II 300 239 Misses st 176 135 1 ce I less 113 tt 1 SI L25 98 II 1 11 100 69 Boys 12+ 50 175 u a + 175 139 t 1 125 88 c u I 100 79 Slippers S300 LadiesiSlippers 823D 250 II 216 2Q0 tt 1GD T1i 150 llli 125 88 Hats Mens 250 ate 190- u 200 150 113 89BoysII 125 1 89- C GO 39 II 40 25 C 35 20 e When in the city come in and see what we have that you want and remember this BaTejwfilPonty last through August and prices it was equaled Thanking our ninny their and soliciting a continuance of same we are very respectfully flPv I Mrs J W WILLIAMS X Clay GifyjKy We rain Mrs her Mr is improving arid Mrs = Ntv= not to 27 16 10 71 G und 80 19 All All 5ct 71 10 cts for for never for Mr hustling is new and Bill SaturdayMiss Ida The is ly the Snowdeno 05 m 200 1G0- t tho Misses Biddio rfanmo lesser visited Misses or tie Billings Sune Albert Johns Mand Edwin Rose bought 0 I Lane a pair of fine fll200 El Howell tBnrnes anti Birch Billings atUnd8a meeting at Mountain Spril Sunday Mrs Mollie Hd1 fad a vn1 urtblemareto1i om tl rattlesnake bite The tIlewaBkill ed by the mare measured 8feotand0inclj 1 Jj r- j x r- r v Genet Rico Bowen was here Monday on businessAda Martin of this place is visiting her sister at Lombard this weekGeo Knox and wife of near Slade are visiting friends hero this week Mrs Mollie Reed of Estill county visited friends near hero last weekArlander Townsend and wife of Bowen was visiting friends here I Saturday night James Martin Sr of Rosslyn I was visiting his brother V 0 Martin here Sunday The base ball team met at their ball grounds here Sunday evening They seemed to have a nice game Gen Tom Hatton and wife of Bowen were here Saturday and Sunday visiting his brother Char leyThe saw mill on Gladys Branch I which has been shut dowd for the last three weeks started up Monday eveningDavid Howell the champion tie hauler of this place is doing a hust ling business now hauling from Gritters Ridge The church at Chop Chestnut school house Sunday was Well attended Rev Thomas Howell ad dressed the largo audience Melvin Morton and wife Wm Crabtree and wife Geo A Crab tree and Wife all of this place at ttnded church at Mountain Springs Estill county Sunday They report a nice time Stock of Roods ForSale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good stand and good8torehouse A poHUnity for anyonedeeiringto enter a business of this kind W J CHRISTOPHER Spout Spring Ky I MRS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre None Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four I suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation aa the only way to get well I however strongly objected to an operation My felt disheartened as well as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a Wine of Cardui for mo to try and he didso I to in a fow days and rapldWithinheiricr Mrs Stowes letter shows woman how a home is saddened by completelyWino ness and briiiRS health and hn mess again Do not on suffering to your druggist today secure a of Wine of Car ui WINErJCARIJUJ f B WEST vit Simmons Hardware Co St Louis Mo w11 make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalized with Louisville und Cincinnati houses i tr SPRING 10O3 Bluegrass Nurseries I FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES GRAPE VINES j SMALL FRUITS ASPARAGUS RHUBARBS And every thing for Orchard Lawn and i Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Both Phones H F Hilleivmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY Lexington Eastern Ry IEffectirc Sept J 1902 No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Stations P m 11AMLv Lexington 325 745 1 Winchester 810 825 L E Junction 823 837 Clay City 350 913 II Stanton 400 023 Natural Bridge 4IJi w 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