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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r tll jtI7- a T et t- t t u f lji r J w 71 r r THE CLAY 11i y TIMES to t 40 f tf f A i50CcntS a Year in Advanci We ate here to help ydllrtonnjing oi1ntrr anj Onrsdres J E Burgher Iublishcr i VOL 8 CLAW UITY IY RSDAT AUGUST 27 IU03 KO 35 l Burned by Lightning Ligbjning atruckthe house oc cupied by hey It A Irvin during the storm yesterday afternoon about 3 oclock nnd in n short time the building with nearly all the contents were in a mass of flumes Atree standing near the house was struckand the current was conducted to the building by a limb which rested on the roof As it wus rain ing What things were carriedout are greatly damaged A light in surance was carried but it will not cover the loss The housu was the property of the Kentucky Union Company and was not insured The reverend gentleman receives the sympathy of the entire community in his lossAt the same time the residence of D R Danielwas struck the lightning knocking Sir Daniel to his knees and tearing loose some window casing and some ceiling from the building Puts an End to It All A grievous wail oftiraes coIls as it result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Consti pation But thanks tp Dr Kings New Life Pills they put artend to it allrheynregentle but thor ough Try them Only 25o Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Gos t Stpro i w 7 toriQfritiJ trI home trff aid make thatcity 1 Sash Flooring 4 Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Fronts Winchester Ky Aug 20 1903 EDITOR rums Clay City Ky PEAR Sin The Democrat of lark County desires to extend through you to the Democrats of Powell County a cordial invitation tout tend the opening of the Democratic state campaign at this place QII Sat urday September 5th Governor Bfcklnun and his associates ontlie State ticket and other jiromincnt speakers will be here and the Democrats of Clark County will fur nish an abundance of burgoja and music Large delegations will be here from Louisville Covington Lexington and points and we hope to see a good crowd from Powell Sincerely yours SAM W PURSLE- YChairmun Democratic Campaign Com for Clark Co Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest A run system or despondency invariably precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bit terseIt beinga great and nervine will strengthen the nerves and buildup the system Its also t1neyynn WJ I IrtGr Dont forget this oflice when you need any kind of Printing Ready For Business The Grinof Shiinfessel Wnldron having dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business nt the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need irwill be kept by me and sold at close prices 1 have an elegant line of Fall Millinery Y1 You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can bo anywhere The price for these goods is very rcosannbleand you should sc a our line before buying are a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes fiATCOST nnd if you are looking for something in this lineat a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock hanlcing the public for past patronage and earnestly jfiblicrting continuance of same I am Respectfully yours i r C Shiffifessel I 5 Ihr c MFG Co i i Winchester Ky r We Manufacture SSdoors Ceiling Blinds Wcatherboarding Ic Etc Store other many down tonic 7 J been S 55 We are Headquarters for Building Paper I Felt Roofing Flintoid iRoofiing and EtcyAc C t iff q Send ius Your Estimates 2 PromtShipnneuts ft Er 4ti iLM- 1 r 4 i I- sWJt Ca a over on the L A oil bus t Bert Smlt BninCincinna- tl thfs week treated OfEhl attended the ct1l11Pluc tn Spruce n few days this t t- Mr and n IInnkins- of DLaesillon 1Il pre here from Friday tIll tY Prpf l11 White was at Irvine and jMJllgrfi Creek the last of the fa business mission dJudge ras L111j and daugh ter Miss I1en tynrsaw vis ited friends lay City and Stanton th s J A nuHair utrJVizel1s have dug welf 11 most all of then ven to be wells of go e E lI IY Tuttle of Stuns A r short while Monday c lojcU from theI campmoeting inArliele A lisa 9 ester day evenings jnt the Clay City a a tl jame there They lLteI fjylivi1le today J JiiTafipved into i 1 the i V 4b e Martin and has Aia estaurnmt Mrs Barke 1 3 boarders ffif li8 fWm ATa i d Mart Ballard killed two i lee rattlesnakes while haulnigliogfah the Muckey wooda on Hardwicks creole one day not long since They were 4 and 3J feet long One had elev en rattles and the other lead nine jKfc We shipped t ntchos of job work the first atheweek to bus mess firms up theiL c E Our customers arethemost success ful business pesple These or ders came solicitation as does all itllimail orders which has be large The DeottLPenalty A little thi sometimes results in death lbus4ero8crntch in significant cuts QilllJiyboils have paid the death wise to have nU klenifrn 4 cu a alve over handy cst Salve on enrthnndwll1 prevent fatality when Burns SorUlcers nnd Piles threaten Only25c at Swann Day Lbr Cos AFinCRaln Ahoufc 2 oclockfyeisterday even in4one of the bestuains fell here that we liave hadfor several weeks Uub al wIdbecolUe so very dry ajreal deal more is needed yet t6 completely break the drouth r ltterFlght1TophY long and stubborn fight wUhJati abcees on 1Dirightlung1w JA F Hughes- of DuPont GaT anagave roe up Everybody thought iny time hud conioAsaafastreeortI tried Dr Kingp Now iDIs9vQry for Con uihption The lenefitI received- wnsetrikln and Ias Onm feet in a few days Npwlve entirely r gainedmy ihealwiJ I r It conquers nlj Coughs iColdlJind Throat and Lung troubles pufirantecd by SwahnDay 1iblr 50c fcoeRt n TT1S 6 Ke S I Irvine Items Irvine Herald T Barker has accepted n posi tion with the Ky River Poplar Co at Frankfort It 0 Benton of Oregon roI is visiting his brother W B Benton EMs James Harding and T Q Martin closed a successful meet ing at Antioch with seventeen additionsThe clerks race is the only talk with the boys of Rid dell They are only waiting for a candidateMr J B White were summoned to Bowen last week on account of the sickness of their relative Joel Chenault W T Tharp of Winston has sold his boiler and engine to He- M M Koundtree for 432 Bose says he will have a new engine shortly with which to run his grist mill Mr and Mrs John S Park of Jenson Fla were the guests of Mr Parks sister JMrs M P Gardner last week They will visit their son at Chicago before returning home Mrs Ansil Powell died at her home near Fitchburg Aug 16th of consumption She leaves n husbandand four children She wus a sister to Mrs Hood of this townBuriaL at th fop fir 1 iui grounds uuday 1 Chase Palmer of Danville who is making a geological survey of the Kentucky river was here last week He will have the water analyzed at different points along the river for the purpose of locating any minerals which may be found Some one who is evidently sore at this place is reeking vengeance by poisoning the dogs About thirty have already been carted off to the pines and every breeze is laiden with evidence that they are still there It is hoped that the supply of dogs will hold out until tho party is satisfied J 0 Potts whose card announcing his candidacy for Cir cuit Court Clerk appears in this issue of the Herald is one of our most capable and energetic citi zens and if the people should e lect him to the ollice he asks at their hands wo have no doubt but that he would make them a sober honest and eflicicnt officer Clay Potts has been reared in Estill county and is a selfmade man and in all his dealings and relation with our people he has shown himself upright und trust worthy and just the kind of our deserving citizens who can always be safely entrusted with public position Sheriffs Tax Sale- I or one of my deputies will at the court house door in Stanton Ky on Monday tho 7th day of Sept 1003 soil to tho highest and best bidder for cash that tract or parcel of land on Cow Greek bounded on tho West by County road i on South by VC Martin ion East by Green Adams j on North by land of Martin Bros and containing about 60 acres or so much thereof as Will satisfy tho sum of 318 being the tax due State and County from A T Crow for year 190- 3Tnos BOONK Sheriff Fbw6HXo if tFa rt r w Y J r rFarm For Sate i iimprovedmile west of Spout Spring Well 1 watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessarytoutbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Willsell at n bargain Air tN Osnonx Spout Spring Ky KseatA FOR A SltoatlGt Book KeepingBusilessPHONOGRAPHY TJpeWrlllng Telegraphy 4tai WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINCTON KY reiponilblCOMMERCIAL Awarded Medal at World Exposition rndtionrCosttloc laoki and Board In famllr about 90 ShurtEahdTppeWri6ngandTelfgraphySpfcialtieArrhe desired7ooaliiWILBUR The Balance Vheel momentTileS vibrations nn hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug S S gish theres something wrong It will mote 3 58 miles in a year and- S nquires less than onetenth of a drop a of nil to make It run But it needy S that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings niters the motion Dont chances Let me clean and oil and 1tI t your watcit In Odll for tidlrfi ti11C hatsty yoitPlr 1 l Btl ev let CLAY CITY The many little ways in which you could economizeif you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT nt once and 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 com pounded every six months on your Iavingsre have suedl book let explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 i 1ILW4111 1IN4 I1 If11 1M Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OITY KY rOLAY lB R SMITH MD AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY s 1 J Ahead in Flour Well we should say so So far nhead that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily have become standard brands There are hundreds of flours to choose from but the housewives know that MANSFIELDS is the best It is milled from the very best wheat on an uptodate roller millrun by water power It is white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry That is why we are ahead in flour Buy it from your grocer No greater cost but much greater value RC Mansfield Son R088LYN KY SPOUT SPRING John Larison of Indiana is visiting relatives in this county A 0 Berry of Union City was here the last of the week George Gravest of near Winchester was in here the last of the week Miss Nannie Christopher is slightly indisposed and has symp toms of an attack of fever Mrs Robert Daugheteo and d Miss lallio visited rel r tivesfiittliieconriiunityIstweek Mr and Mrs Henry Winburn attended the Saints campmeet ing on Spruce a few days last weekMrs Eliza Ginter and daugh ter Miss Eda of College Hill are visiting relatives in this com munity Lilla the little daughter of Mr and Mrs H F Christopher has a severe attack of fever Dr B Littlepage is the attending physician Mich Risen died near this place Wednesday the 19th of consumption Burial Thursday at Jack sons Chapel Deceased leaves a wife and two children Geo W Lewis of near Mt Sterling came up Saturday and accompanied his wife who has been visiting relatives here for a few days to theirhome Monday Mr and Mrs P L Hume of Irvine visited Mr and Mrs W G Patrick of Kimbrellseveral days last week and attended the revival at the Methodist church The revival at the Methodist church Tuesday night with several conversions and eight addi tions to the church membership The church was also greatly revived Johnny Orow and Sol Ewell left Monday with their families for Indiana where they will make their future home Will OJem will also move to that state in a short time Increased Reward The membership of Jacksons Chapel has increased the reward for the apprehension and conviction of the party who shot into the church t house some months since from 125 840 it I THE TIMES rUULlSHEU EVERY THURSDAY J IL Burgher Publisher Sutscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered na secondclass molt matter Thursday August 27 1003 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 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 76 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR RElREPENTATIVE We arc authorized to announce AL IIKRT EASTER of Powell county candi date for Kcpresenative Leg islative district composed of Estill and Powell counties subject to the action of the Democratic party The Democrats of Clay City met at the court room Monday night discussed the political situation and considered at length the advisability of putting out a full municipal ticket this fall Every one present favored the movement and if there was any objection to the action it wasnt manifested at this meeting A temporary organization was effected in the selection of J E Burgherchairman and Prof Dur rett White Secretary The as sembly adjourned to meet main Thursday night Sept 8 to fur ther derthe siduation 0 W Barnett of the county Democratic committee in whom ustvestcdthepower to calba cph vehtiort to nominate candidates will make the call at this meeting if not made before for this time Let every member r of the party come out to this meeting J Clay Potts of Irvine has announced as a candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk in Estill county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Potts is a deserving gentleman and well qualified to fill the place He wouldlill the office with cred it to both himself and party and the prospects for the election of a Democrat in the grand old county of Estill are indeed flattering Thos Willims John W Tuttle and Frank Edwards are also considered whining material The Republican press has it that Governor Beckham pardons criminals on just any kind of an excuse and have published some letters to the Governor which they claim procured the pardon for a bad criminal It would ale so furnish interesting reading if these same papers would publish the letters Taylor received and the petitions presented when he pardoned Powers for complicity in the Gcebel murder before he Powers was either arrested or in dicted With the state debt paid off during the present administra tion under a reduced tax rate with all current claims against the Commonwealth paid in full with a big treasury and a prospect for a reduced tax rate if the Democratic party is continued in power in the state what better platform could boconstructed and what excuse can a man have for fall ing to vote the Democratic tick I et Lexington Democrat I I srWellhaving plentyof- dust this sum prnit does rrtin it seems to hnve4mtshort eilect on the dUst wiles it rains and in earn est thiadustailliibemoreohnox Dontinemitioh sider our bad roada when they come in their slyilon then it will be too cold togo about any way and if wo haYffaget out wp inn swilil the n1 x are used toit Attorney Ogee W Friend of Irvine had Xengthy article in the Estill Herald lnat- weekedtitleUXA Glance at Con ditionsNeeded Legislation iii Kentucky iWe shows that Mr Friend is thoroughly acquainted with the su and 1111san idea of the States needs Mr Friend isa rising young lawyer of rare ability and besides isn worthy geiitlenian Say Mr knnpthe people of Kentuck y VQUld like to know if elected Gov nor will you pardon Taylor Jim Howard Powers and other assassins for tho murder of Gajbelift You seem to be so down on pardoning criminals rise up and tell the people how you stand on these cases Perhaps tlforreasu Hargis and Callahan nt once make a sea rchforT ilircums assassin when he theytefeared Taj lor amid his militia might be tlieradike they were at the Execufife tJuilding at the capital a fwryeare ago Every R b leditorin the State can feljfybu SJ1 about who commits th JHurdera in bloody Breathitfe thtfjAnow all about case biUihgy dont know who killed G though howas shot from al ng under their owncontreLr Gov Beckttftlryill open the call1Iaigniat Winchester Satur day Sept feth will probably tiibake the only speech duritntJJ tgay Every Democrat in reasonable distance should go hear tiinfi The Democrat te1lhaven full municipal ticket iim l9JaYCity this fall and you can in your tittle ddy jjook It will win too 1 Coming BackUp Kentucky Those KentucUians who have been thinking aboutigoing West should readthet1powing taken from Lexingtoi mOlr1t be fore they fully deoldetorgo Dozens of families who emigiat ed tolvunsoti from thia state arid set tied in the dislrictsalong the Mis souri river before the flood last spring are now moving baok to the old homes that they lefthere Many of them are almost destitute of clothing grenctwere their losses by the ravages ofthe merciless wa ters thtt swept away everything that they had when the country was flooded Yesterday the fami ly ofBragg JieafenwhiitWent to Kansas from this county several years ago retud homeTher lost everything theyjliad even their home was mopeaway and ithey barely escaped wit4 heir lives Mr Heu ton comes baol4 to Kentucky to try to recuperatejhiaiifortune 0Stock of O iFors le- Iofferfofi8aIQHf1vateh vy en tire stock of gonerat merchandise at Spout Spring 00d8bmdRnd good store housoi A for one deeiringto- enterabuslnesaof tbieikindr W J 171IBISToPnER pout pr1ngKy I a I t7- 1r Jyi John W Freeman one of the TIMES oldest subscribers and by the one of the best water melbn raisers of Estill county was here Wednesday and readily disposed of a wagon load of the best melons ever brought to Clay City Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJCncxicYk Co Toledo OI Wo the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe Lira perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by their firm WEST TKUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WALDINO KINNAN MAUVIN Whole sale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Drug gistsnnll8Famlly Pills are the b- estSlave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system his been that tered by the use of deadly drugs there U 1nrestorfagI feel so grateful for whit Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I roust It for thatjpart of humanity that yearsImorphineTotell as It bas theOfll thislthat would give ease aad now you wiho point with scorn at morphine using how coijld yon when in agony knowing It about the only thins that would resist It I knew is was n terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but Ie never fully realized its signit- eance until Thad used itallumberofmonths Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I resolved then and eretoqultlt and resolved I woUld never be a slave to say such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver dsed and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully lay I am cured of using morphine Now however much per- Sons Ituoa it my witness I am cured This testimonial Is unsolicited but I feel it myduty to give it for the benefit of the- lufferinr =MATriK PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical eoElkhart Ind R t TILEM i Winchestei Bank 1 INOORP RAT D rb N H WITIIEBSPOON Pres 1 fiCapital Stock 200000 Surplus 20Q0 We solicit the accounts of individ dais firms and corporations 542 t pf Clay City Hotel A J H EATON ProP TS Table supplied with tho best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8100 per day MACHINE SHOP ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep II Stock Steam Fittings Belting rjose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 fl Sand 12 horse power The Lest known power for farmers and others The preta on which thli paper it prlnted isdriven by aBaganEngin- eT 1 CHAS HAGMTWI- NO1d18TKR KY i tf M BAILEYFMerchant panJ Cu- stomMILLERI C1iVY CITY KY r Custom work six days in the week J Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth idle Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS 3 Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls IAnd Flakiest Biscuitr r ArcllndcWhen You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Tike no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY ifSold by our Leading Merchants 724 iit I All- Subscribe for + tit THE TIMES i r- a X w Gr h y THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER ti THURSDAY AUGUST 27 1903 t un LOCAL BREVITIES E Cashier J F Cox is on a busi ness tour in the east Miss Hoyt Adams is visiting z relatives in South Carolina c Born to the wife of David Larison on the 21st a daughter 0 W Duncan and family of Mt Carlton are Visiting relatives 4 in this city I Jo Martin has moved his fami Y ly to Winchester where he has opened a restaurant W H Cobb and Henry Hunt er a former resident of Clay 1 City were here Friday A Elders J T Turpin and O C Brown are holding a revival meeting at Macedonia this week Mr Friedman a wellknown clothing merchant of Winches terjwas here Tuesday on busi ness Prof Edwards closed his class in music at Bowen last week and t began a new school at Lombard Tuesday night J A Roberts of West Bend was in town Saturday and had his name enrolled on our sub- scriptionI list A E Barnett Son have load I ed and shipped several car loads I of ties this week and their yard is still lined Mrs J WElkin and jdaugh A ter Miss iiinhie at Sans were enae Alya Stephens and J D Ber ryman two of the editors good Estill county friends gave our of ficea pleasant call Friday Jackson lisa sold both water works and electric light franc lises Vork is now in progress on the latter improvement Elder B Frank Wright and Asa Todd two of Spout Springs leading citizens were transacting business in the city Fridaj Mrs M B McPhearson and children returned Saturday from a thr weeks visit to relatives in Clark and Montgomery counties The ice cream supper in the park Saturday night was well patronized The neat sum of 50 was realized for the new Presby terian church Morgan McKinney and wife Mrs Eliza Ginter and daughter Miss Edith of College Hill were 1 guests of Mrs D R Mountz near town Monday HF Christopher of Spout t Spring was hero Friday to con suIt Dr Litflopage concerning the health of his little daughter f tjtLilla which hl1Bbe nbud for F some time Owing to the increased busi l t ness of the L Ethilt road has ordered one hundred now freight rcarsof the latest improved make alreadyItjs been received When you want a physic that is mflandgentloeapyto take and t certain to act always use Chamber sins Stomach and Liver Tablets s For sole by RlldealetsJn patent medicine 1ft j C 7ka rs Z1 it I c Te rr Pastor Willis will preach at Hardwicks creek Saturdaynight and Sunday morning and at Clay City Sunday night sTlris will be the last appointment Qf tie conference year- Watermelons watermelons a plenty and the best you ever ate Every body can have a watermelon this time and one that is delicious enough to make a king smile in a log hut ona hot day Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented uttnekn of cholera morbUl by taking Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attackcoming on Such attacks are usually caused by indigestion and these Tablets are just what Is needed to cleanse the stomach and 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 Successful Meeting Elder 0 W Campbell of Ir vine who is now holding a pro tracted meeting with the Chris tian church on Hardwicks creek has been in town several days during the meeting His meeting is quite successful nine ad ditions so far The ordinance of baptism will be administered to some new members this Thurs day morning Not OverWise There is an old allegorical pict ure of a girl scared at a grasshop per but in the act of heedlessly treading on a snake This is paralleled by the man who spends a large sum 6f money building a cy clone cellar but neglects to pro videhis family with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bbwelcmplaintswhose vivtiins6utriumberthoserof the cy clone a hundred to one This rem edv is everywhere recognized as the m9stpromptandretiablemedicine in use for these diseases For sale by all dealers in patent medicine The Clay City base ball team is now making a tour through the bluegrass They defeated the Mt Sterling club Monday and the Oynthiana team Tuesday by a good score The Blucgass boys clint stand the Red Brush in a ball game told they are fast find ing this out W R Smiths College Lexington Ky Is where hundreds of clerks far mer boys and others have invested 800 to 890 for tuition and board for an education and are now getting 81000 and over a year Read ad and keep this notice for refer ence Remember that in order your letters may reach this college address only WILUUR It SMITH Lexington Ky Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a Doctor HI am just up from a hard spell of the flux Dysentery says r- TAPinnern well known mer chant of Drummond Tenn Ius edone small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edynndwas cured without having a doctor I consider it the best- eholerasnedicine in the world There is no need of employing doctorwhetlthlsremedyisused for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any form either for children or a dults It never fails and is pleas ant totaoFor sale by all dealers in patent medicine The Old Dominion Oil Gas ngforoilonnear Clay City has11111 dupnnd M c 4 C ors t left nfterif drilleda few hundred feewithout striking any thing 1 H FOJtltopher of Spout Spring was iii town yesterday and said his little daughter Lil la was improving very nicely under the LitAtlepage of our i Marion Dawson of Log Lick was here yesterday looking for a mare belonging to his son J H Dawson which had strayed from his place Sunay night The animal isa In brown mare about 15 hands high Mr A 0tBerry of Doyles ville Madison county and a sub TIMEB was in the city Friday Mr Berry says they are dry in his county and that corn crops have been cut very short by the drouthc re for Dlrrhoea Comingasit does in the busiest season wh Pmancnn least afford to lose time a Blire quickcure for diarrhoea1 is very desirable Anyone whofhas given it a trial will tell that theyou quickest sur est and mORtplensanttemedy in use for this disease is Chamberlains Colic Cholera nd Diarrhoea Rem edy There isno loss of time when jfcit or two doses of it will cure anyordinary attack It never fAilsrtoLeven in the most se vere and dangerous cases For sale by all dealersin patent medicine Wants Office ReestablishedC An being made to have the postoffice discontinued at withCJtJas M postmaster The office was discontinued bv the governmen t when no application for 1JOB master was made at the expiryof former postmaster BerryJ s office Boy Cured ofCorafter Physicians Treatme tad Failed My boy whenjfpur years old was taken with colic andcramps in his stomach I sent for the doctor and he injected morj aebut the child kept gaveohim half a teaspoonful of Chamberlains Coloc Ch01 a and Diarrhoea Remedy inmilf an hour he was sleeping ancl soon recovered F L wilk nsSh 11 Lake Wis Mr Wilkins is Bookkeeper for the Shell Lake LumbiCo For sale by all deaieas in put tmedicine For Rent I offer my housifc for lent it is suitable for ahy oat work or in business in There will be a good foofbrillgcscross the riv er Also houBeholfend kitchen fur niture for sole iMrs Lou GrovesUlt Business louse for Sale Two story business on sixth ave nue in Clay CityBest part of the city fortyisiness Bailding now occupied by me f 3Cir jewelry store Nice rooms fitted iip for dwelling rfT Webb City Ky 1 2 Ir AtOro Half the Co- ltLinn Coffee harbetter strength and flavor than socall ed fancybrands Hulk coffee at the same price Is sot to ibe com pared with Lkm In quality Ia1 L alr kt- saleipa logs 1 i f j i J = Just Received From Facto1 THI ORCATtlT I MAT SALESMAN IN AMERICA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLE AGENT Startling Facts I A1 E1 BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in 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 Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a Carload ol Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the Held 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- sI Remember our Headquarters i CLAY CITY KENTUCKYI J F 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 Agenoy in Conneotion 25 Dont fail to give him a call D1H1 WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Speoialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing C I It d r I Prayer Answered The people of Olympin Ky are very much excited over what 1 they believe isa mark of divine objection to Sunday ball games Last Sunday while Elder Albert Dawson was holding services a game was begun near the church The minister raised his voice in prayer for something to stop the game While the preacher was making his supplication John L Jackson tried to make a base and a player ran over him breaking his legs The game stopped and the religious Moment was over joyed Winchester Democrat The LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT Is the Only Daily PeinociatiC IdUUII Published In The 5LlJE GRASS REGION inIterstsgives all the news without fear or favor Subscription price 500 a year jr 15 cents a week by carrier W P WaltonEditor LEXINGTON KY Joe Mourjtz Agt Clay City Wlab UFORA PHONOGRAPHY I Type Wf111- 1ijlae l I rlm cWILBUR Re SMITH KYyTorCOMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY OWYERSITY Awarded Medal atWorld ExpotlUnn poaltlpnsCoattioo and Hoard la about WritiagaodTddgraphy8peeialliuMel a GGraadduaWencceufulL WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky 60 TRADE Anyone rending a sketch and delcrlptlon may opinion tree whether an- mrentloonIprobably tmtentablc Communication UrictlreonlKlcntlal Handbook on Iatenta iftetat notice without chareo In the Jlm rican A handsomely tllnstratcd weekly iJireest clr cuUtlon of any KClentlde lournal Terms 13 a IL Sold bran newBdealera York Branch Office C3 F 8U Wubmirton D Co A SOAP THAT BoKeelilgBesleess YEARS- EXPERIENCE MARKSI aeeunnrpatentiPatent Scientific MaroCO3618roadrralNew CROWS t tMK rS1 I UO77 C AHOLE SOAI II An10lc Toilet and Boner Socp- AmolcS6avli g CreaJ mid Silail oct lThlf llneof hlehsrado soaps nnaprcp nrntlons command ready tAfi and arc in t Wire demand In rill sectlori of lira eouctrv t Indo from n coniblniillon ct pun 0Iand tho Mexican Ammo I loot I J r andpecwUorlXtzaIns Uctext FnrI25 cents nsaoritd tbur 01 blhgradosoapl3caI 4t G Mexican AmolerioapC VEORTA Mr I fJTr 0 Pine Ridge John Neal wns hero on busi ness this week G W Ourtis mndo n business trip to Winchester this week Mr Goff of Bourbon county is here on a fishing expedition Mr and Mrs G W Evermnin are visiting friends in Carlisle this weekc Genet- G M Knox was the guest of Y C Martin Sunday Weeden Adams visited hisbest girl near Genet Sunday The baso ball team met at their hall ground last Sunday and had a lively game Ben P Morton and Weed Adams were the guests of G M Knox and family Monday t- j The school at Chop Chestnut school house is progressing nicely under the management of J H Howell BIG BEN Sams Every thing is lively in this neck of the woods Mrs Arthur Minter is very sick at this writing Several from here attended church at Jacksons Chapel Sunday Lee Pearson of Madison county moved onto Calloways creek last week We welcome Mr Pearson Z M Minter moved in tho house recently vacated by 11L M Round tree We welcome Mr Minter and wish him success Born to TJ Hackworth and wife ason IV J is nil smiles now Edli4 Snow Creek IG Vivion was nearStanton last week on business We are very dry here and stock water is becoming scarce Several from this place attend ed court at Winchester court T A Ogdens family were guests of John Adams family SundayMiss Emma Wood visited Miss Lillie Vivion from Sunday till Monday f f v Thos Woo land his mother were in Winchester the first of the week Miss Mayme Lowry was tho guest of Miss Callie Wills Satur day and Sunday Ohas Wood and wife visited friends at Winchester several days the first of the week Mrs Oliism and family of Ford has rented a house of Uncle Buck Berry and hat tnoved into sameUnion Hall Mrs John Carmacle is very ill at this writing Misses Minnie and Laura Hall visited Miss Ida Walters Sunday Mr Hood Wise our clever utter chant has ordereda new stockof goods Miss Essie Hendricks of Furiince visited her cousin Miss Lizzie Gin ter this week Misses Emma and Luja Hail were the guests of Miss Martha Abney Sunday Miss Virgin Chaney of Powell county is visiting relatives and friends at this place x t rt e r t lUssLbziJ Adanie entertainedini numbrof folks Monday night with Vdahoeit v BIn Ilarit Wi0ni8 goingbto hold in few nigh nieetihg atiilar bleyard tliiswcQkV Died Hans n little sort of Mr and Mrs bsfioino Paslfty It was laid to reSt iS the White Oak graveyard TheVyoung parents hnvo our deeps thy tlt Vaughns Mill Several from this place attended preaching apJackBons Chapel Sunday 1 J Qharlio Clartand ifeSall Wells and wife zero the ruests- of Mr and Mr IlOl floury Sun lay flMrs Eliza and dailgli tel Miss E1iUiSr College Bill are visiting irgmivcB fibre this week A numberaf friends were on tertained Sunday at the hospital ble homo bfll and Mrs W L Jackson TMl Elder Cl upbcll is hold lug a good inciting at this place i nine nddltionto the church baptizing Thui day morning- Mr andMrMtTolm Syvoge of Gleucairu arejgisiting relatives here this wen will hove- toIexingtoriiita few days Misses HsffiS and Blanchie Bush of StaB and Miss Mary Lowe and PaulK11kofOlay- Oity with Jttr and Mrs MorgairSSsKinney Mr and bfr Morgan McKinney and Mii Kiztt Ginter and daughter iwKCftitliot College Hill wereftliei home of W lWar t ay Muse falhtth s whO has becil visiting h fptsreturn- ed Wednesdayttt tie home of her sister Mrs1 HlRie Burgher at Lexington Shy s accompa nied by her fathrihsesMattieM- cKinney and Na Bush 1119 kimlfrtU Our hU r Dan ielF rcbnstd anew Stltl1gmal Mr Lewis of Thomson wore wIting relatives 1hereeor Irvine i t meeting here two days lasljwsek Rev C F Oney wf Lexington wag here Saturday and held quar terlymeetingor pwtor Willis R NBrock tl1 pppulat sates man forJ AndrcvCain was here lust week and Boldffibbill of Hour Mr George Nol i dre resenttng Harbison tt Gnt ight was here last week selling g0ds for hia firm The revival s the Mpth odist church coLla t Tuesday night with about tanegtlversigns additionsly revived + I Rev P H Wim sipaeter of the church hero ha e8eahiscl1lS labor and will Xu a days to enter 1 and rbilt Universi tWc regret tbve up Bro 1Vih Jis ns our pastor jnd wish him suc cess in school al lMurohVQr I Ia Slich Risa die of consumption last and WItS biUied at Jacksons CliapeffietFjldSiy fu neral services eojMiucted by Rev YB12agan sed leaves a wlfcand severalnllcllilrenln destitute oircuRo Wo ex- ten1 Qlir8yntpa J- familyi to the bereaved t t 4- aw t b t if Moro Spout Sprlnglets AJiuoll1 n fell hero Wodribs Asa Barnett sold u good mare to Noah Rose of Clay City for85t Mr and Mrs J W Dawson visited relatives here two days this week J W Dawson bought a nice pair of mules at Winchester court Monday for 330 W J Barnett also bought a nice pair of young mulesCburierjournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor I Tenor Twelve Pages Issued Every Wednesday 1 OO a Year REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM BEST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST STORIES JissT MISCELLANY BERT PICTURES BERT BOOK REVIEWS BEST POETRY BEST CHILDRENS PAGE BEST ROME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST 0 EYEIYTiIINtl COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES v And th- eCourierJournal o BQthjpne jrcar for only Elii IDolIarThis is foreash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer bo sent through the TIMES office E fe WEST With Simmons Hardware Co St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalizedwith Louisville and Cincinnati houses BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRYMEDICINE Stock and poultry have few trouble which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It pate the of in a Condition Prominent American breeders and farmer their herds and flake healthy by giving them an occasional sB ofBlack DrauRht Stock and Poultry m their food Any stock raiser tnat buys 25cent airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks ally keep ttlackDrauRht Stock and Poultry Medicine If does not 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat e RoOHBUlt GAS Jan 391902 BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine Is the beaU erer tried Our atookwae laoklagad when you soul me the medicine and now they are getting 16 fine They aro looking V percent betterSPDROOKINGTON1- d r I ii S r Vb i j a st t- BPRIr1G 1OO3 i Bluegrass Nurseries r PETIT AND OBKAilENTAL TBEESj GRAPE TINES c a SHALL FRUITS ASPARAGUS BHTJBABBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Harden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Both Phones H F Hilleivmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Set 11902 EASTBOUND No2 No4 DallyexSunSt AM LvLeXington 225 745 t Winchester 010 835 II L EJunction 823 887 1 Clay City 950 018 Stanton 4 06DmNa- turalI Bridge 4 054 Torrent 440 1008 BeattyvilleJtinc lill 1Q 0 k KJunct 611 Jl 2- sArJackson0 65 1130 WESTBOUND Stations No 3 DailyP Lv Jackson225 025 II O k K Junct 2 30 629 Benttyvili Junc820 750 Torrent347 744 I Natural Bridge 401 801 Stanton 430 828 II Clav 430 837I 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