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I 1i i if- H fJ 4 kF1 2r Ik C j r y- yy It THE CLAY IITY TIMESIi i 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are hereto help GliiljCH MSarroanJiDg Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher d VOL 8 CLAY CITY gY EEgRSDAY AUGUST 13 1903 NO 33 Killed at Stanton The report reached Clay City yesterday evening of the killing of a man by the name of Landrum by Weed Tipton at Stanton Lan drum is the man who shot a Miss Taulbeo at Natural Bridge the fourth of July and Tipton was dep uty sheriff at that pliico on this oc casion and was said to be a chief kr witness against Landrum Whether h this trouble had any bearing on the killing or not wefailed to learn Puts an End ItAtl A grievous wail oftimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backs ache Liver complaint and Consti pltion But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills thoy put an end tb it all They are gentle but thor JroUJh Try them Only 25c Guar 14tanteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos j Storo i1 ti Not a Playhouse Young people should not forget i that a church is not a playhouse If they do not care to hear the ser mon themselves they should at least have selfrespect enough to be po 4 lite and remember that there are people in the audience who would like to hoar it Whispering writ ing notes and giggling during church service is veryTude It cast reflections on their home training which in many instances is unjusti fied Reserve your conversation TTOnCIiSitieS until tiftortlie service orsureiy the remarks you nuaka- arc no wiser than the ones you will Sash Flooring Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Shingles and Etc Fronts hear by listening and you may learn somethingExchange Furnace DBLAYKD Mr James Vaught visited Mr Geo W Lyle Sunday Born to wife of Mr Weed en lipton a girl Biddie F B Russell and Wm Eaton were Jiere on business Monday Mrs Myrtle Faught visited rel atives on Millers CreeK Sunday Mr 11Vand R C Newkirk Went to Sinning Monday on bust nessMr G W Lyle of Sinning vis ited his family Saturday night and SundayRosco NewKirK and Morgan Wireman attend church at Knowl SundayMiss McKnight and Miss Minnie Lyle spent Sunday with Miss Luln Holtnan Our school is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Lula Snowden of Irvine Mr and Mrs Alyin Case of Dripping Springs ars visiting her parents Mr and Mrs N D man 4 4 i Several from tins place attend eltlie show Monday night = x- fr Jatnesbough Plum wholhas been for a few days Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel R Wnldron having been dissolved andthe partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the rolnninder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will bo kept by mo nnd sold atclose prices I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery I You can bo suited here ladies in a Stylish nnd neatly trimmed Hut if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable nnd yon should spe our line before buying Wo are closing out n nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets tie Capes AT OOSlond if you are looking for something in this line nt bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C Shimfessel iEuLIAMEF MFG Winchester Ky We Manufacture moors Vn anU8Plckets Stairways Store the Wire Vaughns MIIIf up Go We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiihg and Etc Sends Your Estimates J Promt Shipments iLy- K t t s+ =Yt7 Mix7 f r r has returnodi1 rttrt Mrat1 dbe Burgher of Irvine cfiper Sunday to vis it their f n a few days Mr Gra5ffBker and wife and Joe Burglijfidwifeof Irvine spent th Robert Hoary 4 Mrs G dark is visiting her sister McMahal at Mt Sterling J 4 A8 been sick for some timei Mrs Mar ughrty who has been visitiwniKr father at this place retu tQ her home at Ford Tuesd r Mr andljam CarMr and Mrs Georg rtlett Mr and Mrs JamesJftKnight visited G W Clark IBun try f Miss HattiBush+ came up from Lexin Saturday to spend- a father and Joe Bush feWdaY8JIher An and Burgher Malissa spent Sundayjt II T Kennons IT M Mr John Meipaniel of Cynthi ana Mr Bob Tetchier of Rush brook andtpJjiSB Bush of Clark vigil blr O W Bar ne6t Monday ToWji1operty Sold Mr S Miv his dice relildetice htheeasternpor tiqn of town woccupied by Tra arnest to u Tor late of Los Angeles Gal Her sbnM G Taylor of Beattyville will move into the property and make Olay City his permanent home Mr Earnest has not yet decided where he2WilUocate but it is hoped that the city as he is one of our best citizens The Deati Penalty A little thing Bometimes results in death Thus ajmere scratch in significant cuts onpuny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Bucklensjrnica Salve ever handy Its tlibest Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns S Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at Swann Day Lbr Cos IThe Assassins Trials The trial ofJ1tand White at Cynthiana is nowjin the bands of the jury The case engaged in btlttorpersonalities and one not intedwith the case could hardlilhavetold which of three were on irial Ewen lIar gas or Callahan k fhe Powers tri al at GeorgetownHas brought some new and convincing evidence of the prisoners guilt ISuicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of ttlIaido had been discovered will TiITrestm11ny A rundown Bystomjfor despondency invariably precede suicide and something has beenfoiind that will prevent that condition which makes suicide Ai ho first thought of self dcstruottorSike Electric Bit ters It being zfgrenttonioan nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up thesystem Its also ngreatStowaepver and Kidney regulator Satisfaction t guaranteed by SwjmhDay Lbr Co j tr- Y ItemsIt The Estill County Teachers I Institute convenes at Irvine Monday August 17 1003 Prof Cutter of Richmond has been engaged to teach the band here and the boys are progress ing nicely under his instructions The Methodist revival meeting closed Sunday night after a two weeks successful meeting con ducted by Rev Bromley About 30 persons were converted The public school began Mon day with Prof James Wilson as principal and Miss Madge Wil son assistant About 00 pupils were enrolled the first day John Hall Field Manager for the Estill County Oil and Gas Co has resigned his position and left Monday for Indian Territory where he has accepted a similar position OBITUARY Mrs Gus Webber departed this life May 20 1908 at the age of 72 Mrs Webber was formerly Miss Katie Stone whose family was numberedamong the best known in Kentucky She was born lived and died in Estill county Ky where she was loved and respected by all who knew her No one over appealed to her for aid and went away empty tiaiitlrltlTllerd6ed8 fclraritywere many and of a substantial kind For 80 years she was a mem ber of the Christian church She was the mother of four children Her two sons remain at the old homestead and Mrs A S Hughes the living daugh ter moved to Oklahoma a few years ago Mrs Webber leaves a husband 74 years old and 28 grandchildren who should all be comforted by knowing that she has entered into that rest which awaits those who are obedient and faithful to Gods commands Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord they shall rest from their labors and their works doI follow them RELATIVE End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an jbcess on my right lung writes 1 F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me upI Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried DrI Kings New Discovery for Consumption 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 housu door in Stanton Kyou Monday the 7th day of Sept 1003 sell to the highest and best bidder for cash that tract or parcel of land on Cow Greek bounded on tho West by Coun ty road ion South by V C Martin on East by Greene Adams on North by land of Martin Bros and containing about 50 acres or so much thereof as will satisfy the sum of 318 being the tax due State and County from A T Crow for year 1903 Tuos Boors Sheriff Powell Co r Farm For Sale Ninety acres of rood land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN OSRORN Spout Spring Ky Get What You Want at Jo Martins FRUIT STAND Choice Fruits of all kinds in great variety Confectionery So da Pop Lemonade and Etc 7th Avenue Clay City The Balance- Wheel Look In wnteh n moment The balance wheel is making 18000 vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug gish theres something wrong e will move miles in a year and requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it need degreeHofLet me clean and oil and put your watch in order for a year It will pay and satisfy yo- uWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CJTT The many little ways in which you couldeconomizeif you onlyttriedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT it once and accumulate money enough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry bout 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 aving8 We have issued a booklet 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 1dwnn11111111ly11M MINnws watwsIn11 r Dr C B DICKSON 1 DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY rY B R SMITH M DMrPHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY f It Tastes Like Wheat I v Bread baked from our flour S retains the natural taste and q flavorof the wheat berry better whiter healthierMakest i than you have been A cause it is milled from the tA very best wheat on a firstclass T i 1uptod te millrun by water power Let a 2G sack of I Best Patentor- Mountain LilyM+ t talk to you It will be moro tX convincing than a barrel of f words Ask your grocer t lRGMansfieldSonl i UCSSLYN KY i+ ++++++ SPOUT SPRING Field roasting ears are a little late this season with our earliest farmersTommy Christopher visited friends at Ford several days the past week- J W McKinney of Clark county was here Saturday on businessSeveral lambs have been weigh ed up the past week at 5 cents per pound Prof Frank Edwards Estills famous vocalist wasin town a short while Saturday iMrsiT SThXinnoyand M IBS Dollie Christopher were shopping in the city Tuesday Miss Nannie Christopher vis iting her sister Mrs A R Low ryatPilot View this week Several of our people have been interested in Clay City ell tertainments the past week Our assiduous ruralists are now enjoying the fruits of their labor carving the delicious watermel onBorn to the wife of Simp Hall Saturday August 8 a fine girl baby Mother and child are doing well Sam Scott is delivering a lot of walnut timber at the station for which he is receiving a fancy price This with all other kinds of timber is becoming a little scarce in this community Tho protracted meeting at the Methodist church will begin on next Sunday night The Rev Ragan who will assist Pas Willis in the meeting was aPre siding Elder in this district a few years agoIncreased 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 25 840 Stock of Goods For ale I offer for sale privately my en tire stout of general merchandise atSpoat Spring Good stand and good store house A splendid op portunity for any one desiring tp enter a business of this kind W J CnmsTopnEn Spout Spring Ky N f 4lv rrlv THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUIISDAT J B burgher Jr I Publisher Snbscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ua secondclass mall matter Thursday August 13 1903 I 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 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 rt Louisville Commercial 75 cc Home and Farm 7G Modern Ideas Not Always Best Modern ways andmodern meth ods are not always best The vi va voce method of voting is de clared by all who ever cast a bal lot that way as being superior to the present bnllot system It prevents less fraud and corrup lion and openly exposes every individuals vote and no honest man cares for that The present system of examin ing applicants for teachers certificates is equally as inferior to the old method as is the voting system Wo have less qualified teachers in this part of the State than we had under the old way of granting certificates by oral examination There is not an examination day but what the questions are sold in various parts of the State Many watch for this opportunity to pass the examination and in this way we have teachers in our public schools to day that twenty years ago could not get a certificate undertlioold mtitliodnospo- clal preparation accounted for anything as it was impossible to learn what questions the appli cant would have to answer when put on examination many vari ations were made in examinations and it was utterly impossible for an unqualified applicant to pro cure n certificate from an honest examining board Now it is different The writer has known applicants to fail when the old system was in force and get first class certificates soon as the new way was initiated glows Encouragement It seems that no one from eith er party cares to run for Repre sentative in this Legislative dis trict this tmeOlay City Times According to custom the Demo cratic candidate will be from Powell and the Republican from Estill If a whole lot of big talk can be depended upon we predict a landslide in Estill sum cientto elect the Powell county manIrvine Herald And with the support of two such loyal and splendid Demo cratic papers as the Herald and TIMES there should bo no doubt of success Candidates an nouncements are now in order and both papers are anxJons to make them for you Just Fit the Place Some people dont yet under stand why a bolting Democrat is put into office by the opposing party so soon after the change It is a case of position already and specially prepared for him when ho flops over Ability and talent is scarce in that party and the deficiency must be filled It seems that the old bolters just fit the place t CB fS v- d 1 Y 1 BMtaAMed Change A epan paper marvels at theJ iIIi Itt not many years ago teD oerntic patiors of the State tivoi ped tthp feet of Simon Bo I rBuckner W 0 Owens ftJjkB Q nQr of al and nov it to send their toI hades d lj UnterEstingaHd- nota1Jlq t at the same time theRf1 ibiican papers that are now sip 11 ring Bucker- Co with prtuMf were denouncing them as alto ther unworthy of leadership pcfoi counte nance It Jpofts like the honors were ab6uteven fh this matter GeorgetowilLTimeg Col BreckforldgaReturn Col Billy BreQkiuridgohasan nounced his rqturh to the Democratic fold 1p10 arty doesnt needor waniguch charactera as Billy arid hislfreceptipn is as cold with all jjiihiutig Democrats s1 liquid air Repetitious bolters may stand may in fact partJeslbutarenogo3eolUc thotightless- Democrat has suggested his name for Oongresfiin his district We would far rather have an honest Republican flian such a turncoat and WQ believe twothirds of our party are ofttho same pinion Stitch InTime Saves Nine Our roads AXO better than they were last llfaroliand from the attention th9Jare receiving various road overseers must think they will not gigot in as bad con dition any more Now is an opportune time tq put them in repair for winter Some are so busy haulinjiti6slhoy think they cant lode any time now to fix the roads buif they dont give some time now1 to this needy pur pose they twill have togive a great deal mprA next spring wait il gf9rcfiat ri d mprov0 theni Alarcumysi lenof Note The pressandpeoplo of Kentucky have goneywild over one of many assassinations in tho State They are making a far greater todo over the assassination of T BMarcum a typical Breath ittoniau than they did over that leYOlGOvlG fixing pFoUs- Seine of the 3pmbcratic edit ors are exercised over Judge Becknersletterthat was published in this pager two weeks ago Palm w thats noth ing Wait uritil Ttfdge gets ready for business and gipes after you in earnets Winchester SunSenti net The Republic t press is giving it to toy Beckliainon account of his pardon recorD They should turn at once andiremeinber that the last liepublicqii Governor of this Common wealth had a practice df pardoning nssassing before they were chargefrof the crime Some claim partiisran juries are trying the assassins of Gov Goo bel The defons dpnt seem to want Kepublican bJitbe jury j they rejected two put of three In the aelecttitofthi which is trying Powers atJeargetpTivn The Hazel Greqn Herrtld is justly scoring the lubgratfsTress for the continualjfree advertis big it gives the mountainkilliiigs when it commonfcsso lightly and speaks so littlejpf the homi cides committediiWdts1erHtoy The Oity CouncUiiit dts regular meeting last WaSnosday uiglit passed a bundfulofttiie Jieat or- dinancesover con aieaby that t i lf Y i w V t s R 1I1T f 7 lJ 4YiNQW if they will only be as they should we rill havoa butter town A H of Qampton has announced for Common wealths Attorney in the 58rd judicial district subject to the ac tion of Democracy Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot l e cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P JCHENKY Go Toledo 0 Vfe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honora ble in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by their firm WEST d TUUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WALDiNa KINNAN lARVIN Whole sale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Drug gistsHalls Family Pills arc the b- estCured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil Wi rVeleranGrateful dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart dictate Ii curable but In people of advanced age it does not readily to ordinary treatment however hope for ll sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases tad from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a regulator of the eartaaction and the mist effective treatment over formulated for ta proving the cirealatlom oftheblood taeCUUVwar tcoatricted hear- tlkeaseandin6wblle1lvlssgktthegrid town lOm worse I left there with mrwife to Tisit ray RoanokeVaexpected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should Dr Heart Care I cured a few bottles of italo the Nemnc- and Tonic Afternsing one or Mo battles I could see no improvement and despaired of ever being better but faithful in listed on keeping it upwblch I did Im soon began In earnest and I took In all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was restored to perfect health and while I am 7- 0reusold I am comparatively tiborYouare a benefactor and I cheerfully recom sufferingbumanityJ All drug stlelland guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres Dr Miles Medical Ca Elkhart lad for J2 vj- TH11 j i Winchestei Bank tip x J INCORPbnATEIl fNvx Capital Stock 200000 I Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ eats firms and corporations 542 i t Y Clay City Hotel p JN H EATON Prop 1 ar Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 81 00 per day v cfr f MACHINE SHOP tfILL KINDS Of 0 V Machinery Repairedf We Keep lr StockySteam Fittings Belting k Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD I Gasoline Engines g- In 3 5 8 and 12 horsepower The hAst known power for farmers and 1 others + 1 The press on which thli paper ii printed is driven by a Hagan Engine tLT CHASRAGAN WINCHESTER iEt f k- rf 4sKS S- x j3 Mr BAILEY 3 Merchantn Custom j MILLERkCLAY CITY KY o hCustom work six days in the week uX Fresh GroonJ BoltcJ Meal always on hanJ 1 Grinds for onesixth tole il j LIttlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded I The Whitest White Cake k F The Lightes Light Rolls 7fAnd Flakiest Biscuit w- Are o h i MsidOWlruuYolLUMo y Pearl and Bates Pride FlourY r t Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed it MANUFACTURED BY J A CAINVERSAILlESKYrt Sold by our Leading Mcrehants 724 bi Subscribe E TIMES rt rIi r- I I c2i t o W fz qr dr r 1r w1ft flViii YT1y ItMJ t ifj J + f t f u- T 4It sr a ejrP k 1 It1 IYl jwI j iJ ch l o C 7t S T xdan t wMTHE TIMES 1rI AN ALL HOllElIADEPAPER THURSDAY AUGUST 13 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES We are beginning to get dry again The supply of roasting ears is stiiriimited on this market W G Patrick the Kimbrell merchant was here yesterday on business Mr and Mrs G P Douglas of Levee visited relatives in the city Friday Mrs T P Wright of Madison county was visiting in town the first of the week Miss Lenora Ramsey of St To Mo is visiting her uncle Abe Merritt of this city I Mrs W R Burgher is begin ning to recover from a severe attack of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Lloyd Tcd1 of Spout Spring were transacting business in town yesterday x Mesdames O A Lyle and M R R Lyle of Stanton visited Mrs L 0 Lyle on Hardwicks Creek Sunday James Miller of Winchester visited his cousin James Easter and other relatives here the first of the weok Tho pay ear rolled over the L C E Monday Its brief stop at this place was highly appreciate ell by the boys 1 Mr Lutes resident manager forthe Singer Sewing Machine t r Cohas moved into the parson nIYc = R Yqq y t fixT Homegrown watermoloiiB ape pearedon the local market Sat urday for the first timelhey areftnothisseasoliand Shimfcssol of Hardwicks Greek visited the latterfi sister MrsD 0 Bloom Saturday and Sunday Frank Edwards the singing man of Rice Station was hero a short while Saturday enroute to Bowon where he is teaching a class in music Pastor Willis who preached hero Sunday morning and Sun t day night delivered a true ini 1pressive and uncompromising ad dress at the night services 1Forall kinds of choice fruit and tconfeotlonery lemonade and pop on go o Martin in the Tucker building His stock is always fresh I and clean Give him a callc I But few people are perhaps a I warn of the fact that it is a fifty 1dollnrfine to allow thistles to go l to on your farm You hind bettor attend to this matter at IF once When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and certain to nut always use Chamber Rains Stomach and Liver Tablets L For solo by all dealers in patent 0 medicine It is interesting to seotho a mount of goods the advertising t patrons of the TIMES sell All of them have a largo growing busi I ness They hold by far the greater percent of the cash and b produce tratlo4- I fader J A Wbbb who has been in Washington State the j Y- kd nnw r Q s 11 y 4A EAw4 1x S i 1 4- Y y7 past few months returned tome Monday looking well as usual His son E L Webb will remain in his now home for awhile but expects to return to Kentucky top spmetime in the futur- eMARRIED Mr Jasper Todd and Miss An nie Patton daughter of Win Patton were married Saturday evening at the residence oftlle brides father at Waltersville by Elder J T Turpin in the pres ence of a number of guests We have for the past two weeks been running a notice of Sheriffs tax sale in our paper This is the first official work we have ever done for Powell coun ty and we are indeed proud of it and glad to see that we have a sheriff at least willing to comply with tho mandate of the adver tising laws of tho State Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coining on Such attacks are usually caused by Indigestion and these Tablets are just what is needed to cleanse the stomachand ward off the approach ing attack Attacks of bilious col ic may be prevented in the same way For sale by all dealers in pat ent medicine Teachers Selected Prof Gaines of Versailles was elected principal of the grad ed school for this year and Miss Mayme Groves was employed as first assistant the same position she held last year Frof Gaines is a graduate of Georgetown Col lege and this within itself isa recommendation of ability Not OverWise There iBn old allegorical pict ure of a scared at agras hop perbut inthonctofhed1easly treading iphttuBntike Thlsla par alleled by the man who spends n large mm of money building a cy clone cellar but neglects to pro vide his family with n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Jiarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaints whose vivtims outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred to one This rem edv is everywhere recognized as the most prompt and reliable medicine in use for these diseases For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Close of a Successful Meeting Pastor Turpin assisted by El der 0 0 Brown closed a most successful revival at Powells Valley church Monday flight There wore in all nine additions to the church These ministers will hold n weeks protracted ser vices at Macedonia beginning the fourth Sunday of this month Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a Doctor- I am just up from a hard spell of the flux Dysentery says Mr T A Pinner a well known merchant of Drummond 1ennI I use edone small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choleru and Diarrhoea Remedy und was cured withouthaving n doctor I consider it the best cholera medicine in the world There is no need of employing dqctor when this remedy is used for Ho doctor can prescribe a bettor medicine for bowel complaint In any form either for children pr a dults It never fails and is pleas ant to take For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Ir and 1s1O Taylor have arrangements to move to Clay City and will depart for their new home on Mpnday They are among our popular j 7rrH b Cif Y S4 i i younpeoileand their departure will b egretted by a bostof friendsB attyville News Street to be Extended Sixth aVwlie will bo extended a littley further on this lido of the railroadiear the stave buck er audillM3rosa the railroad by a Bridge wjhich will be built by the railrdadconipany This will do away with one of the most dangerous Crossings in the city As it how is trains come dashing around the curve through the cut with npMwarning and while no one has been there it I is very qabmious Lively Time Saturday Night The peacevand morality of our lovely littlgity was marred Sat urday Drunkenness pre vailed tmtjtte hour Profanity was fl through the air in volum sjlSfearly three oclock in the morning found no abate ment of the disturbances It is the opinion tthe TIMES that all such noisy eaturesshou1 be jailed and aquietus wrought for the benefit tif+ those who enjoy a little sleep riiese short nights There Were L dozen or more participants twOfarrests A SureCure for Dlrrhoea Coming asitfloes in the busiest season whenfiwinan can least afford to lose timeJfsure and quickcure for dlarrhqeffjHs very desirable Anyone whojmxs given it a trial will tell yoUsthat the quickest sur est and most pleasant remedy in use for this disease is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy There JOio loss of time when it is used as ono or two doses of it will cure any Jtdinary attack It never fails oven in the most severe and dangorouscases For sale by nil dealcrsin patent medicine ordinances a Few The council passed twelve or dinances lat tWe nesdny night bearing on morality They ipro hibitth sellingor giving liquor to minors carrying or firing deadly weapons in the town as sault with fleodly weapons or reckless driving selling liquor without license keeping open saloon on Sunday poluting wa ter course or spring profane swearing or drunkenness the selling or ghing Cigarette mate rial to boys tinder 18 years old provoking assatjlt disturbing re ligious worship fpr lawful assembly breach of ithe peace or unlawful assembling Boy Cured of Colic After Physicians Treatnienejtiad Failed Myboywhen four years old was taken with colic and cramps In his stomach sentforthu doctor and he injected morphine but the child kept getting worse I then gave him half a teaspoonful of Ohamber luinsColoc Choleea and Diarrhoea Remedy and ih half an hour he wussleepingantfSoonreeoveredFL Mr Wilkins is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by it all dealeas in patent medicine r L 7 r o AtOpe- Nallthe Cut Liun Coffee has better strength and flavor than manroca1l edfancr Bulk coffee atthe same price If set to be com pared with UWi In quality eI Ie a agt- r T 1c R 3 tr4h Just Received From Factory I THI OntATtUT MAT unMANW AMUICA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE H SHIELDS HATSEVE- RY ONE GUARANTEED QY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLB AGBKT Startling Facts I bA L BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with 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 Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon r Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar V i 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 I J F Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITV KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels ConnectionILaundry Agency in 23Dont WEBB fail to give him a callI D H WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing I h i 1 u 4 f qo- l MidSummer Clearance Bilerf Following up our usual custom of the past few years of holding a OUT PRICI SALE wo will during the month of August put on sale at greatly reduced prices our splendid stoclclqt merchandise for the purpose of reducing the stock before invoicing and also to make room for our fall and winter goods which will begin to come in a little while jfai toIevery advantage sple to supply his many wants while this slaughter rages 13JnH We do not want to carry over anything in Summer Goods and have made thecut sty deep that the success of this sale is already assured and for the bargains of your lirotlnjo dot fail to come early for the best things and most desirable always go firstM gf So remember for all of August only and If you cant come just mail us your orderfand it will have the same careful attention as if you were here to look after it yourself V i a Clothing IMens 8400 Suits 8276 500 375 625 450 750 500 950 750 11 1150 850 1400u 950 450 Pants 208 400 209 850 289 800 198 250 109 I 200 149 150 119 100 70 Millinery 2 25 Readyto Wear Hats 1 50 175 c I 100 150 I 100 100 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 in prices q Attractive prices onChinaware Lace Curtains Window Polesj Roller Blinds Draperies and a great variety of small articles that wo cant mention in this circul- arEmbroideries 40 cts Hamburgs at 88 cts 80u u 24 19r20II 16 15I U 11 12II I 9 10I 8 8 6- I Hosiery fLadies 75ct Lace Stripe Lisle GOc i I 50 40 t U 35U U 27 19i11 16I U 11 Misses 25 19 20 10 15 11 10 8 what we have of we Snow x no A Eoono purchased of T A I O for f W E sold a nice to Owen Bios at 4 o- We hnve had rains here crops are well Miss Nannie Thomas of Win chester is visiting friends here this weekSilas Johnson was taken sick very suddenly Sunday morning is not doing much 1 1 i Shirts Mens 125 Shirts 88 100 69 75 49 50 40 You should not fail to see our splendid line of Ladies Beauties in many new Patterns styles popular price- sNeckties 1 00 Ties at 09c 75 49 50 89 25 u 19 Laces 50c Lace at 40 40 83 35 27 25u 19 20 16 15Ic U 12 9 10 n 8i Ot Underwear 100 Fancy Stripes Suits 88 50ct Shirts and Drawers 25t c vyvJlo Ladies 50ck Vests 89 Union Suits 80 25c Vests io 15 11 10 two for 15 Collars 10 ct Collars at8Sox Mens 35 ct LaceStripe Sox at 29 25 19 20 MO 15 11 10 8 Lawns- All Set Lawns at 4 cts n 8i o 7i 5 A 10 8 15 12i 20 1 15 25 19 ShirtWaists 50ct Waists 40 eta remember yU August prices liberal heifers looking Misses Lillie Ellen of Ford are visiting their sister Lulio Dawson week meeting at Log Lick is nicely with several additions to church R A Boone and family +of Pi View I guests of s parents seveial weekMiss Lillie Ware was guest of Miss Lillie Vivion form Saturday until Monday attended ingat Log Lick i ip nF 100 f 125 I 88 150z 117 2 50 Sills 1169 850 1 T 218 400 t 285 Ginghams Silk Ginghams grd 19 Fancy Stripe 19 Gingham Gingham Gingham Corsets Summer Corsets100 grade 09 I r1 89 Shoes itkMens 8125 80 44 I 200 100 CC 225 100- I Fined k 200 140 II ii 250 190 800 225 II rr 360 275 II it t 400 325 Ladies Fine Shoes i40 115 120iiCt srla 200 109 1 11 V 250 213 t c 300 239 Missesa r 1175 135 t u u150 113 4 IIi 125 98 Ie tt i tri 100 60 d Boys rt 260 175 II Vl75 130= II e t V 125 88 I 44 R2 10079 Slippers 300 Ladies Slippers 239 250 r 215 200 I 100 160 115 125 88 Hat iis250 Hats 190 200 100- I 150 113 1258JrP00rt 69 L25 T 89 39 40 25 I 35 20 When in the city come in and see that you want and this sale only last through and for values it was never equaled Thanking our friends for their patronage and soliciting a continuance the same are very respectfultylr Mrs J W WILLIAMS Ii Clay City sKy CreekI den two 845 Heflin lot of eholcs several nice and and good Skirts latest All and Chism Mrs this The protracted progressing the lot were the Mrs Boone days last the and preach Plain 25c 60 itAl 1Ie Boys X00c for Log Lick Mr Babe Johnson isrgmtoill- Mr Henry LillyHa building a new tobacco barn r Miss May Tuggle will begin her XBKr school here Monday thorn August 8 wftooffjMr Frank Spry a r Protracted meeting bEanatLog Lick Church Tuesday night Mr N Abner of jddviile vis ited relatives here thSJwiak Miss Lillie Ware visited Vise t t ftYk US- 1jS Lillie Vivion from Saturday till Sunday Dir Clay Combs of Hedges Is visiting his sister Mrs Carrie Low ry this week Mr Lonnie Burke and family of Versailles are visiting friends and relatives here this week Mrs Pearl Thomas and Miss Nannie Thomas of Winchester are visiting friends and relatives here this week Messrs Allen Eades and Willie Kerr who have been at work at Ford returned home Sunday for a short visit x r Sams Mrs J W Elkin Is very sick at writingWe some nice weather at this writing Mr Jack Wests little son is very low with fever at this writing M M Roundtree made a business trip to Lexington the last of the week Samstown was vacated Sunday by all the youngsters going to Liberty to church M M Roundtreo has bought of Spaiks at Winston one boiler and engine for 8400 Mrs J R Wilcox and sister Mist Fannie May Hall visited Mrs Sam Yarber Sunday Mrs Maggie Embs Mr and Mrs Will Hall and Mrs Cora Harrison were visiting Mrs W F McIntosh SundayThos Hackworth of Sand HUIj is now a resident of Sams We wel come Mr Hackworth and wish him success in his now homeI Mr henrvNiseman hadavalut able horse to die with bols last week fhiss the third horse that has died in this neighborhood in the last month LIVERTROUBLES I I I and Thedtordi DlackDraught- acood medicine for liter disease Itcared my too niter he had eprnt 1100 with doctors It liklltlie med icine I takeMRS CAtlOLINH UABTIN Parkersburg W Va If liver does not act regularly to your dn secure a package of Tnedforda BlackDraucht take a dose constipatebowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords BlackDraught- will cleanse im purities and strengthen the kid neys A invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and Weak kid result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as A 25cent package of Thedfords Black keptinI tired Thodford3 Black Draught for liver And kidney com excelbleheadWAM THKDFQRDS BLACI DRUCHT B B WEST With Simmons Hardware Ca- St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses J- t a k 4A SPRING 1003 Bluegrass Nurseries FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES GRAPE VINES SMALL FRUITS ASPARAOUS BHUBABBS c And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Both Phone i H F Hillervmeyer Song t LEXINGTON KY r Lexington Eastern Ry IEffective Sept t 1902 No 2 No4 SunStations Daily AM ex SunIILv Lexington 225 745 1 Winchester 810 839 41 LEJunction 322 8t81 Olay Oity8SO 913 41 Stanton 400 023 II Natural Bridge 4a5 954 1 Torrent 440 1008 II BeattyvilleJunoSrll 10229 II 0 K Junct 011 1120 Ar Jaekson0 55 1130 WEST BOUND Stations No 3Daily P M IeXLv Jackson 225 C25 II 0 K Janet 2 80 0 29 II BeattyvilleJunc320 7 26- II Torrent 847 714 d II Natural Bridge 401 801II Stanton 400 828 44 Clay City 439 88714 LE Junction 60 110 44 Winchester 520 02- 3ArLexington005 1010 NosSnnd 4 make close connections for Cannel City and points on the O K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 3 connect at L a E Junction with 0 A O for MtSterling and local points Nos 1 and 2 connect at Beatty vine Junction with L A for Beatty yule dally except Sunday J R BARB Gen Manager A sclentUo chemical prcrciraUon For CnrIngDisetiaes of Horses Foat- BUmulatsanitralh Uhy rowthtrtlmcylll ll Ynw soro a 1GenTAROLEUftt TAROIE0M vai Tub situ irattr 1ln1 proportions rora quimiv lVa 1e exclnuo th natural moblrru from ti tort Thi wlllboopprtl dbttviilt torsenifU AS A DU3S3ISO PiJutfw fiotol ort- wlC3ld1v Id poibli uiihv hruih It jou wanttheuldyIlnor Wei up a nfftcf ii4 quantity of Olllw trllh oar jwri t TnOLEUI ttltlx St t l surf tiol oi tho twi Tiiifl parylncVii r raa herd contracted feL quIuUl r II 1I1r the in Uammatlon eu4 sor 1I1IQ oAtYai7raa ten 11 EST 1v pYov L- Dieert4 irTwd7JMtUDr 1 ommo1l tLPtxM a Y +Yg4n 6IlIt-1111l1li nil nut u ptaUu ler 10 w t r- Dena UrJau wax tiers 1trl a W Ts3 Splls nt 75c n JiIC a and loa bulk 5gnlloii IMU Sell IOIT 11COlli Bt41a Shipped FO11 BinwflcM Vusa VIreo UOUI on the enD Cooklcv frt W P YOUNG PDF Springfield Mess MEAT MALT THE 1081 TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A fttmflHi combination of the essatlal constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURR OLD MALT Loubrill Ky January a 1001 MEAT MALT CO LouUrlllt Ky Gentlemenifavingenminedyonr Meatand Milt being thoronehly acquainted with its composition and iiIode of mawtacture l can state that Ilis an etLdeat nerve and blood tonic Ie excites the and Invigorates dlgestion and tse be efidallnnervous IlIlIbcueultendtdwllhdebUlIJ Yours truly L DKASTENBINElJ D LouUrllle Colletre of Pharmacy MEAT MALT DO LeulvHI Kx 1 For 30o in stamps will mail a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never fails Write to Corp Wil son Clavert Texy i p- 8tkw- M fJl1Sf s f 0 ry