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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f a r au THE CLAY ITIf TIMESJ J Cents a Year In Advanci leSnrroonjingCoheirs adOnrselvcs J E Burgher Publisher I50 8 CLAY CITY ltrtnSDAY SEPTBMBEIt i1 HJ03 NO 3G Th6 Couhcl Meeting The City Council met or tried to t meet last night but from all ap pearances it failed The dignified body did not adjourn from the spec tators and repair to a more conven ient room nor did it get to transact any business Matters of importance were to come up but they didnt get to come McCormick was s nn hand with his papers to intro duce but ho was disappointed Mayor Terry who is always at his post of duty was willing to do all possible to proceed to business and seemed a little anxious but the thorns could not be removed Councilmen Kennon and Ringo were on hand and ohatted quite interestingly with earth other waiting for the procedure of business which navel name up A swell hop was given in the gymnazium hall above the council hull and as the fair sex of Clay City filedby the door with their favorite chaperon it afforded the waiting and crowd much gratification The prompt and full attendance at the hop which never fails to a quorum the neg lectful members of our council to shame l Fatal Operations Dr NTV Prewitt of Winches ter was operated on for appen dicitis this week and died Mrs Johnson of Berea was operated on at Richmond for the same dis ease and died too It seems that 1 Appendicitis is most dangerous when tire knife lsusedforacure 1t J9rit forge tli D mQ i rat c ineotirig tonight doors e Winds Stairways Shingles and Etc Lets Joto Winchester Do you admire bluff hearty speaking Then come and hear Joe Blackburn Saturday Do you ad mire plain statements and argu ments backed up by fctsunc fig urea Senator McCreary fills the bill Is it burning eloquence and rhythmical periods you desire 01 lie James will bo here Do you wish nn honest account of his stew ardship from your most trusted servant Then hear Gov Beck ham you care nothing for speech making come and en joy the burgoo We will give volt plenty of excellent music for good measure and if there is anv thing else von desire ask for it Winchester Democrat A Noted Pastor The following truthful vreport comes from Winchester Cane spring church Madisoncounty is this week celebrating thonehun dredth anniversary of its founding It belongs to the old North District association of Old Baptists com monly known as the Hardshells The other churches of this association are Goshen this county Lul begrud Montgomery Liberty Estill county The Rev William of this county has served these four churches as pastor for more than Sundayin salaryfknown l 1 Ready For Business acK The firm of Shimfessel Wnldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business atr the old stand and will continue to sell the remainderof the old stock AT COST My MaNew Goods are Here A nice clean Avellselectod stock of everything you needIwill be kept by mo and sold at close prices I have tin elegant line Of Fall Millinery Youcan be suited here ladies in a Stylish nnd neatly trimmed Bat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should se our lineIf before buying We are closing out a nice lino of w Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earneUyI soliciting A continuance of same I am Respectfully yourstC Shimfessel RELIANCE MFG Co i- Winchester Ky f We Mqrjufacture Sash Flooring Ceiling Weatherboarding- Varandas Pickets Store Fronts Do Then countyand Bupard oirso We arc Headquarters fqr Oi Building Paper clFelt Roofing V- Flintoid Roofing and Eto tie t r Sendus Your IsfimatesltFromtSh p entsI TYtf r w NV rt t e 7 i i ft 10 t f T d T IG Jf i f pywy Locals Good raithelatter par t of last wee icking the drouth for ti feW J GeoWoneof the directors of U enttyville Bunk is t1ttentlin Feting of the of fleets of tliatl titution Dona for he meeting of Democrats a City Hall to night Irii nt matters will come up atneetitig Mr and y I 1L G have utoverL o the beautiful home fheYfly purchased o the Maple Ii it Mr Taylor ha been enip rs salesman in the company e J WCJas of the Independent Tol l ite Co was here yestetdayiSg iJii interest of his line at this s His company will soon lidvjm full metallic circuit conna Hpp Clay City with the Elite Gr ties t 1 j Llte- In the last t1llYllis nobody knows butt ace know that it is under strict laflbuse that law even slightly p results Irregular living mean derangements of the organs resutting in Constipa tion Heada kcLiver trouble Dr Kings NejgLlfo Pills quickly readjusts this 1ts gentle yet tnoroug On1 at Swaun Day Lbr Cos store t 5tqil Frank Earnest has moved with his family toiAxrntou where he Will business We regret to seauch good citizens as Mr aiidJMrs Earnest leave our towns out wish them success in their new home Fearful Odds Agelnst Him Bedridden alonofjand destitute Such in brief condition ofI an old soldier byname of J J Havens VerS years he Was troubled witihCidney disease and neither doctorsnor medicines gave him length he tried Electric Bitters it put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to com plete recovery Best on earth for Liver nnd KidneyHrroubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Com plaints Only Sbo Gnnrantced byI SwannDay LumberCo Whats the Matterhi theMountains One of our Western subscribers sends a renewal oq subscription andnsks this question says the Richmond Pan What is matter with thejnountain cotta ies or are they mattering Toone in anotheriate it might that wr ays matter ng Politics aliK unprecedeut ed in fierceness hia beeu responsible for much of thKbad reputation that the mountaiitcounties haven that heya een maligned and slandered for political purposes If a fight occurs JtaVtne mountains it is heralded to tlBwqrld as afued andtbe world tiinks9 hundred men note orIesB have bitten the dustThere1s pre ab1yno more primal the teins than inotht r sections of the iiSite This may eemimecxaggerattA statement to me yet if so twiyrcreferred to he reports pfcm chronicled jh the dailiesw- ar J t ifji i J j l f Ijvi 1 Irvine Items Irvine Herald laughttor Lena of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs IT 0 Lilly Joe Benton of Ashland i spending a few days with his pa rents Mr and Mrs W B Ben ton I We are glad to announce that B F Wilcox who has been danj geronsly ill for sometime is able to ho out i I Lexingf Esrailroad There are two freight daily over the L fc A tminsI taking out an abundance and ties etc Allen and George Wilcox who have been on an extensive visit to roturnedhome The Democratic County Com mittee met on the 22nd and called a mass convention to meet at the court house on the 14th day of Sept 1008 County Court Day for the purpose of nominating a candidate on the Democratic for the office of Oircuit Court Clerk Let every Democrat be present Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvel oa 8 tree 4nnIlUl Y othpr I iacmJ 2JQDi2l Ilent Qr b ltri Rc nqIO trn Tot er1 Felons Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25o at SwannDay Lbr Cos I Sale of Timber Land A dispatch from Mt Sterling says Martin S Brown as agent for John T Magowan sold today to Michigan capitalists about 5 000 acres of fine timber land lying in Menifee and Poweilconl ties The boundary of the land is said to be the fittest virgin forest in Kentucky The price obtained was very high A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 tulles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughsand Colds W II Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at SwannDay Lbr Cos store Feed has become very scarce and high and it is thought wheat will soon be a dollar a bushel Sheriffs Tax Sale I or one of my deputies will at the court house door in Stanton Kyon Monday the 7th day of Sept 1003 sell to the highest and best bidder for cash that tract or of land on Cow bounded on the West by Count road i on South by V C Martin i on Last by Green Adams i on North by containingaboutwill satisfy sum being the tax due State and County from T Crow for year 100 Tnos Boom Sheriff Powell Co i SJ Farm For Sale welllimproved watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and allnecessary neighborhoods at n bargain Aux OSBOKN Spout Spring Ky KtMtt FORA Sitnatlofl 8ook KeeglagUasfnessPN ITJpeW11Ung TeJegraptly COmllGKTrD dddrtas WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY r reiponiltilCOMMERCIAL ExpositionR y TutHonTelegraphYBpecaltilfrTbe ilredNormcatlpo miuWILBUR The Balance i Wheel i momentThe + goodconditiongidh theres soinethine wrong lt will move 3558 miles in n year and dropor rthat little bndly The least degree vof friction on the bearings alters imotion Dont toke chances Let me clean and oil and put yourwlltcllIt fitsntisfyyou v DTm 1 li d J SLAY Cm t The ninny little ways inwhich you could economizeit you only tried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money c nough to rest awhile when 01 need rest without having to worryl about money matters We receive deposits in our SnIngsDepartlllentf- rom One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest com pounded every six months on your savings We have issued a 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 attiu s- YANhnNeMNHh4PM4NNWM f tln f + nNN4P a Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST j CLAY CITY KY M R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIANAND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Y rho Ahead in Flour Well we should say soh So far ahead 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 up todate roller mill run 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 I EG Mansfield Son I K088LYN KY SPOUT SPRING Misses Bessie Barnett and Lil lie Tipton were shopping in Clay City Saturday Mrs Texa McKinney of Red Bridge Clark county was the guest of relatives at this place lost week Mr Hud Mrs A R Lowry of Pilot View were here a few days the past week the guests of the latters father WJ Qhrjstor Ii iiI II r4 iI WmilBarnetthas feturned to his fathers from Illinois where he has been employed for the past several months They will return to Kentucky Miss Nannio Christopho whose illness was reported last week improves very slowly She is quito sick and will likely be down for some days yet Mr and Mrs R Hood Curtis and W r Christopher Jr at tended the Saints camp meeting on Spruce Montgomery county Sunday They report an unusu ally large gathering of people at thus meeting We are glad to state that Lei la the little daughter of Mr nail Mrs H F Christopher who has been sick for some days is improving nicely at this time and we hope to soon see the little girl at school again George White one of our very best young men left this place Monday morning for the state of Illinois where he contemplates h making his future home He will likely not return before the ripening of the present persim crope meeting which is to bo held at the Baptist church hy Elders Jas T Turpin and Oscar C Brown will begin Sat urday morning and continue a week or more We trust that this meeting will have a good at tendance nnd will result in much good for the cause Visiting Brethren are invited to be with us during the revival Increased Reward The membership of Jacksons Chapel has increased the reward for- M the apprehension and conviction of the party who shot into the church house some months since from 25 t 10 l 4r1r THE TIMES rUDLISHKI EVERY TI1UU8DAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents her year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass Inail matter Thursday Sept 3 1903 L CLUB RATES For the cpnvenienco 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 44 Louisville Commercial 75 44 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOIl KKrKEf KNTATIVK We are authorized to announce At BERT EASTER of Powell count1candi date for Represenative islative district composed of Eatill and Powell counties subject to the action of the Democratic party A Revclatlng Epistle to the Demo crats of Cl y City CHAPTER 1 And it cause to pass in the year 1004 as in the previous years the Democratic party waxed strong and grew in great num bers until the coasts of the At lantic Pacific the Gulf and the Great Lakes were lined with al most innumerable companies of this honored baud Their numbers in the interior hud also grown until they became as numerous as the sand of the seashore It followed that the party of the people was thrown into power avCityntcrlr gathered about tho ad ministration and cried with loud voices there are some good gifts in our native land at thy disposal we each of us earnestly beseech thee to look uponiis with compassion and give unto us our share of these good things The administration being a wise ruler said 44I perceive that among you are some who must be cast frpm the body for in those days they went to the bidding of other masters and helped mine enemies in an effort to scatter my flock therefore no good things will I bestow upon thee Feeling their mistake they went away sorrowfully But unto such as were loyal at all times nominating and electing a full council in the fair name of the Democratic party in the fall of 1003 unto themwere given the office of postmaster revenue ap pointments Collectorships nail various outer good gifts from mine hand until all were filled with joy and satisfaction for having been faithful in the perform tutee of their duty Thus it is written and so shall it be forever At no time or place and under no circumstan stances shall a compromise bo effected with mine enemies though defeat may stare us in the face Democracy must stand iii tho laud of the free and the bravo untarnished and wholly free from the contaminating influence of modern Republicanism in its mildest form This decree is binding and holds good in every city county and state as well as the nation So mote it be A Sentiment Justice The trial of Caleb Powers which resulted in a death sentence is ono which shows to tho public that there is still a sentiment for I w justice oftlie rightltinri in the old Com ihomywilf Some Ihntk that the s co Uheuld linye been no hardrn ibis cnso than lowmdTho ure of the yui iyhicli tried these criminals tofinllict tliesamepun ishinent Itii truly hard to Inn g a man but inetliod of PUll= ishmentisallMiiit will effect a cure for suclScrinieaas this gang is being convicted of Now if Taylor Finley and all otliorgtulty culprits nqwfsllieldedby nGov error of lik CdiBposition and in hiding could be gotten triM nnd given tliojsftine sentence the libertyloviifgjand justicebelieving people of6ur State would be ready to risup dreturn thanks to thcfJowers that be Their Issue Downed The Republican press has made the pardon record of Gov Beck ham an issuein time present cam paign Tlieyiabuse him for pardoning a man thought clemency was indorsed btheir own num ber To refute this argument the records have been published Beckhams pardon record withthaof the two form erGovernors Bradley and Brown both now Republicans Itshows that Brown toned3G2 during his four 0lr8 administration Bradley 849nhd Beckham 188 A most favorable showing for the Democrtltionpniinee In re ply to the above showing they claim that Beckham has pardon 01 a larger rof life con victs but the rcords show that while BecKhitintihas turned loose 11 such criminals Bradley re leased 50 and Brdwn 51 n v All theilR publicans and a few DeinocratsJof IhyOity wdnfc n Gi tiy Ol i tCL6trl41R1N4e hsfntem hers of both parties for council men this fall The town gives a safe Democrati mnjority which accounts for the Republicans wanting such a ticket as they can be elected on no other but why any Democrat wants such a ticket we cant see When the Democrats elect a President nest fajldp you suppose the Administration will se lect a postmastecffor Clay City from theJ andfuidf Democrats who favor the citizens ticket in jireferance to a straight Demo cratic ticket Will j we judge not silcohalf Democrats arc no goat all with theinationiil organization I The Dembcrata df Richmond will hold aprimaf electionSopt 17 to nominatecandidatesforitlma- various city offices A fow Clay City Democrats prefer ai mixture of Republicans ontho ticket they vote and in this aYdiffer from their loyal Uicll1rtond Brethren Strange things kill sometimes occurin wofl fegulated families TheDemocrdts ofcPowell should be well representeHrtt the open ing of thecanipaijfh rtt Winches ter Saturday TlloTntrs has re ceived several let ors ft jnrvour Brethren in Clarkjjiirging Powell to muster at fdll delegutioh Let overyDoilocrttilltlre coun ty go down on thioccnsidh Ex cursion rates ovejifeLr IDI The Democrts Qf tho 28rd ju dicial district willfhpld a onveu tier tit 0pji 35 ton candidatesHUillnto foe Circuit Judge and Commortweajtha Attorney county nslisd ponven tions at each Qouni ootoJ1the ilbAt1it City tistipubhcni r- I 0181 r f t Y suchn thing as a citizens ticket would never bQ mentioned Deafness Cannot be Cured hy local applications as they can hptreach the diseased portion of the ear There is qrily one way to euro deufnes and that is bj consti tutional remedies Deafness is caused byan inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When tliis tube is in flamed yu have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when It is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation canbe taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition hearing vIhl be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous service We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh thatonnnotbo cured by halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENKY rr Co Toledo 0 Sold by alt Druggists 5c Halts Family Pills are the best Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous rrstem has been shattered by the use of deadly drags there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor Ingltto health and normal activity Ifeelsoeratefttlfor what Dr Miles Re iterative Nervine has done for me that I lIIust tell ltfor that partof humalty that hreeyearaImorphineTothatwouldgiveiuemorphine using how could you when in such agony knowing about the thing that would relief resist in I knewi- tWasaterriblhabit and I knew of Its deadly grasp butt realized its pignifi cance until Ihad used it a number ofmonths Oh the of being addicted to suA a habit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to such this time I happened to notlccDr Miles ReStorative Nervine adver Used and ordered a bottle After using five tattles I can truthfully say I am cured of per60nlcured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it my duty to give It for the benefit of the- sufferingMATTiE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Eledical Co Elkhart Ind rli i art HEvVinchestel Bank i INC n16nATJln N II WJTIIERSfPOlPres Capital Stock 200000 r Surplus 200 30 We solicit time accounts of Individ vials firms and corporations 542 Clay City Hotel t- J EATON Prop i X Table supplied with the best the markert affoids Everything neat + and clean Rates 8100 per day TAi MACHINE SHOP fill KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep IQ Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others The proison which this paper ii printed is driven bya Hagan L T CHAS MGMp r WINCllrEK XY t 17 1 lirtJ n a- r r t lr M BAILEY t Merchant anJ Custom w- MILLER1rCLAY CITY KY 11 fiCustom work six days in the week rFresh Grounj BolteJ Meal always on hani Grinds for onesixth tole i TtH ++ ++ +++ + H + + I Littlepage Son I DRUGGISTS 3 y 1 t Clay City Ky ty t Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc y Prescriptions carefully compounded 1 x t wwMW J++++ + +++t++tt+ + ftiThe WIi test White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest BiscuitYAgo lUudc Vben You Usn Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 I cSubscribc FOP THE TIMESJy K a y fti y 9t a r 7 r THE TIMES t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER r r THURSDAY SEPT 3 1903 n LOcAr1BREVITIES n on Cooler weathersince the rain Mjss Lou Wright of Kiddville if Visited week friends in Clay City this t Miss Grace Shinifessel visited t friends at Stanton Saturday and Sunday J W MeKinney of Winches 1 ter was here a few days this weekon business Mr and Mrs J F Cox who have been on an extended visitI east returnedhonie Monday I Mr and Mrs 1 G Jackson of Harrodsburg arrived hero Mon day to visit friends in this coun ty for two weeks I Olifl Shinifessel and daugiuer Miss Grace visited rel atives at Rosslyn Friday 1Mrs Wm uMotuitz Sr and son I Joe visited relatives in Madison I county a few days this week I Cliff Shinifessel is on Millers Creek this week invoicing the i stock of goods on hand in his store there The local market is very well supplied with home raised peach es and the shame are worth 100 per bushel Judge W T Adams who ha- RE been iii Madison cotlrity for some weeks on business was home a f few days this week iif 4YjnyiIbutz I Jr was at Col- ryf t TgoHill Saturday and Sunday Jl looking after his interest in a J fair one of tliattown 1Mr and JlrsJ E Burgher visited the formers father Eld B1 S Burgher at Winchester Mondnyjs f has bought a farm of 50 acres on the Camargo pike near Mt Ster ling paying for same 400000 cash Fora bilious attack take Chum berlains Stomach and Live Tablets and u quick cure is certain For L sale bv all dealers in patent med icinow A T Mansfield of the firm thefat the State Millers Association at I Lexington last week II Jj Elds J T Turpin and 0 0 jf Brown closeil a successful moot t ing at Macedonia Monday night 2 with 21 additions 14 by baptism t The church is also greatly limit 1rt 1uptf Elds B S Burgher and JT Turpin preached the funeral of Ji7JOhl Branham deceased utMace last in thei Sunday pies t t ence of a large congregation of Jf people onAt fhth telephone exchange ju Clay City Mid ere long this will be ii one more enterprise adding cred i it to our beautiful city which is fast forging to the front j 4N School began Monday with an f ft average attendance in the two tower rooms The attendance in the Principals room was not eo large as it was last year but soy t oral more students will enter later I i fc 1 2 r rVVSV The Proper Treatment for a Spralncc Ankle As a rules man will feel satsifiec if he can hobble around on crutches two or three weeks after sprain lug his ankle and it is usually tw or three months before he has fully recovered This iA an unnecessary loss of time for in many cases 1 which Chamberlains Pain Bain has been promptly and freely applied a complete cure has been of fected in less than one weeks time and in some cases within three lave For sale by all dealers in pat set medicine Mother of Bank Cashiers Owen county claims the distinction of having 121 sons who are now filling the position of bank cashiers in various parts of the country Among the num ber is our own J F Cox orCIny City National N H Wither spoon president of the Winches tar Bank is also an Owen coup ty man Stomach Trouble hI haVe been troubled with my sumach for the past four years1 OIaYIiD L Beach of Clove Nook Farm Greenfield Mass A few days ago I was induced to buyu box of Chatnberlnins Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them nod feel a great deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach trya box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cents For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Gave up His Job The contractor who started to move the mammoth store souse belonging to Mr Waldrou together with the stuck of goods has given up thejob nfter moving the building tt short distance It fprpveVttobe a much greater uif dertaking than at first thought for Mr Wnldron will have the house torn down and rebuilt on his lots on sixth avenue W R Smiths College Lexington Ky Is where hundreds of clerks farmer boys and others have invested SCO to 890 for tuition and board foran education and are now get ting 81000 and over n year Read ad and keep this notice for refer ence Remember that in order your letters may reach this college address only WiLiitm R SMITH Lexington Ky f A Remarkable Man Thos Henry of Irvine was in town Monday night the guest of his brother John W Henry It will be remembered that Mr Henry was struck by a falling tree when ho lived on Hard wicks creek four years ago and so bad ly mangled that the doctors re fused to render service only to give temporary relief saying utmost ho could live only a few days He suffered for months but partly overcome his injuries by being loft a bad cripple for life He is now able however to go about and earns a living for his family His Life Saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy B L Bycr a well known coop er of this town says ho believes Chamberlains Colic Choleea and Diarrhoea Iteniedy saved his life last summer tie had been sick fora month with what the doctors call bilious dysentery and could get nothing to do him any good until ho tried this remedy It gave him immediate relief B MdlForsalemediums I i 0 y- M 1 IIICB LRit Johnsoii died at Uichmodd turdny and liar re mauls titre brought tp Stanton Monday fpriburial Mrs John son wasforI erlya3lissEwend this county and has numerous relatives h Ows His Lute si a Kindness Mr D P l naghertywell known throughout illcrcor and Summer counties V11a most likely owes his life to tlt kindness ofa neighbor Iia was a most hopelessly afflicted withjdiarrhoeaj was attended by two physicians who gave him little 5E anyfelief when a neigh bor learniiihis serious condition broughtjmm a bottle of Chamberlains Ili Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedywhich cured him in less than twentYfour hours For sale by all dealers in patent medicine jgj For Rent I offer myjihpuHe for lent it is suitable for any one at work or In business in Clay citythere will be a good footbridge across the riv er Also household and kitchen fur niture for sale Mrs Lou Groves House for Sale I Two story bnsmes on sixth avenue in Clay ty Best part of the city for business Buildillgnow oc cupied bY riieltfor jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling jt W T Webb JtClay City Ky To Fenceup More Streets Eleventh street running from the first rpwVof residences in the east enilof town to the Hard wicks creek road has been grad ed this weelt and Mr John 11 Kennon owner of nil the vacant lots along 7tto avenue between his residence and the aforesaid street will fence samenl streets ari lnlt The Council we understand lu4 given Jhim 7this privilege A Remarkadle Record Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a remarkable record It has been in use for over thirty years during which time manymillion bottles have beensold and used ll has long been the standard and main reliance inlthe treatment of croup In thousands of homes yet during nil this time no case has eVe er been reported to the manufactur ers in which Hfuiled to effect n cure When tivQnas BOOR as the child becomes hoarse or cv n ally soon as the croupy cough appeurp it will prevent the attack It is pleasant to take manychildren like it It contains no opium or other harmful substance and maybe given as confidently to a baby as to an adult Formal e by all dealers in patent medicine Stock of Gobds For Sale I offer for saleiiinvately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring rood stand and good store houses A splendid op for one desiring to en terabl1snesstitb kind W J1CHRISTOPHER Spout Spring Ky V r nr At CM Haif tlM Cost IJion Coffee has beiter and flavorthanmany socall irandl Bulk toffee at the same price ii otto Ibe com pared v 4bU ln quality IIyL r- K Just Received From Factor I THI GREATEST MAT SAICSMAN IN u Eau ACOAPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS hATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED DY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles = AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITYI KYsoLr3GvT Startling Facts I A1 E1 BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best 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 m ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap 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 trop market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade j Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 23Dontfail to give him a call D1H1WHITEHEAD4CLAY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Locatedin the Eaton shop at the old race crossing I Mass Meeting of Democrats The Democrats of Olay City are requested to meet en masse at the City Court Room Thurs day night Sept 8rd 1008 at 780 oclock to further perfect the organization of the party and to pars upon important matters Every Democrat in the munici pality is urgently requested to be present This meeting is in dorsed by all regular and good Democrats 0 W DARNETT Ohm Com Three new rural mail routes from Winchester have been es tablished and service will begin at once The LEXINGTON DEMOCRATIs Daily Democratic Paper Published in The SLUE GR SS REGION It is especially devoted to the interests f of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favorSubscription price 500 a year JF 15 cents a week by carrier W P WaltonEditor er LEXINGTON KY Joe Mourjtz Agt Clay C- itySTANDARD I I Shuttle Rotary A M1r l ETASDAttD GRAND 5WSLLPROeZ LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL DSARINQ STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail frost ZCOrp The Standard Kotary runs as silent as the tick of n with Makes 3UO stitches while other rncthinci make 200 Apply to our liical dealer or If there la De- G er your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City Ky For Curing Diseases of Horses Feet I Lion F and loreness SewingMachine TAROLEUMA StlmulatesanaturalheAlthyx TABOLEUM will mix with water In all proportions consequently doea nut exclude the uatural moisture from the toot Tills bythoughtrulhorsemenlrtwice aday cud polish with a brush it you want the ahlu- oIlOOrIACINOWet a eufflclent quantity oIOilbiealwllhonepart of TAR OLEUM to six parts of wat r and bind on the feet This packlnK will apnea hard i contracted tout removing the in a flammation and corninu r tCYdo Ilui Ju Jl Um W F TOVIM v1Q one Naa taa ader Tnhem4 u- emmd It t oU tnMw w atrt an h fdnuIn- I bon awlItr 0 e9 eeaa7 Wea4 IU bor e Isis a4IaTa lb rHY11 vst uVoori trpl JutI1Z Tim- m8lls at Tic a qt 2t M anon nod Ina hall fffMon can W J3ceiln run 1011 hfpJfa r0 IS N rrxtfid M3KSDlreo lions on me ran Bc klet frro W F YOUNG PDF5- pringfleid 5ttasi1 I xTYs y Genet V 0 Martin made a ilyin trip to Xena Saturday John Mullens was the guest of Jake Meadows Sunday G M Knox was the guest of V 0 Martin last Sunday John P Crabtree the hustling tie maker is doing a good busi ness in this section The base ball club which plays near Cenet had a nice game last Sunday The boys will practice at their ball ground next Satur day afternoon Log Lick Bluford Kerr sold a mule for 835 Mr N Abner was in this neigh borhood on business last week Elder Gulton filled his regular appointment ut this place Saturday aud Sunday Miss May mo Lowryentertained quite a number of her young friends Saturday night and Sunday Mr Nelson bought quite a num berof fat heifers in this neighbor hood last week for 2i and 3 cents Misses May Tuggle and Sallie Gravett visited friends amdrela tives in Winchester and attended the Teachers Association at Harris Branch Saturday Kimbrell Mrs Will Withers is very sick with fever Morris Stockton is visiting his sister Miss Dorsie this week Will Gasper who yrent to Iadi ana from this placelast spring is here Oli a viSit tL 07 kMr John Harris and wifeand Miss Eliza Harris visited Henry Burton and family at Blooming dale from Saturday until Tuesday J H Matherly and family of Log Lick and James Snowden and wife and Miss Lydia Adams of Vi enna visited W L Adams last Sunday Nio Puckett has sold more than 115 bushels of peaches from his orchardnear this place They were allsold in the orchard at 60c per bushelEverett Dawson stopped here a short while Sunday on his way this home at Millers Creek He says he expects to move back to this vi cinity soon Sams We regret to state Mrs Arthur Minter is still no better Will Rice of Rices Station was here Friday on business We are Laving some very pleasant weather at this writing Sam Yarber hasn child two years old that is quite sick at this time Thomas Hackworth has sold to John Groves a half interets in a saw mill for 800 Asa Abney and daughter of Lee county are visiting friends and relatives here this week Newton Abney and Eppie Hinds of Kiddville attended the burial of their mother Mrs Eliz abeth Abney Died at her home on Gallo ways creek Saturday night August 29 Mrs Elizabeth Abney Deceased was 79 years old and leaves four children and numerous friends to mourn her loss One by one earth ties are bro ken NdrtM red sloklistgJames MaiunJhTd 18 sheep kill ed by dogs last eak A J and A1 Friondtransaot ed business pity 4- YAJFrienl Company are Ilardwitik Cal ofRos lyn was one t week buying hogs Jl A J Frtena and ion Tames were at Stanton aturday on bust nets FM DayHof Morgan County is visiting his brother Peter Day and familyrjjr Virgil Hailine and wife of Montgomery county visited JP H Ewen and familyriday James Smlthand wife of Clay City visited R1ISmith and fam flya fwdaysJlweek is a Dlov on foot to raise the moneylbuild a church thisat c There will be ftfljgious services at the North Bend cbpol house oh the third Sundayf this month by Elder N JMeInioh of Clay City jfe BlueD Vaughns Mill Mn and 3frs G W Clark spent Sunday lth1rrsSude Wallson1M Mr R L ShiHifeBsel is sick at this writing and Dr Browne of Winchester lid i1ecncalled in Miss Lela of Irvine is visiting friends relative here and will bewitaus several weeks 6 Quite A number of friends were entertained the hospitable lQmeofMr itjui Grave ft jSuh = day f Mrs Lizzie Bl Hopkins and little Kathline PJerkinsV of Lox ington are visiting relative s here this Aveek Several young folks of Spout Spring and Mis F Jackson spentSunday with Miss Ida Crow on Little Creek Sunday while wa visit to the DfissesGravettMlssMaymoBarnettwas since been very sick Clarence Gravett and Cliff Hi ley of Oarlock Tllr who have been visiting relri eBberethe past Sew weeks have returned home JiJ Mr and Mrs J G Jackson ofAw Harrodsburg came upMonday to spend a few dayrJhtbeform ers parents Jackson P A large crowdsattended the Methodist meet iniSunday Ser vices were conducted in the grove near where thenewchurch building is going pv MissAddieOlarKir and Mrs John W Burghe Bill Wells and wife George Gravett and wife and Misses May te andOarrieI Barnett werebets of Melvia Gravett J Sunday Tyft To the young njust out of college with a he dso wide and high that ho can artily enter the door of the fatherlsjliumble cot tags we would eag Dont value dads brain atloe tan fifty percent the par valKpf your own He may hayo Borojia a inside his shaggy old pajE that would at least come wai i h ttlyours even if he iUd Ii tnltve nearly halfltls days j ltaat slow and poke age befog PuhtltIworth while to 6fn change r t- a C Bragging Piiiis St- CRICA00IyLLOct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con Btip of the womb severe trains through the I suffered at the time of men blinding headaches atrllationlhad blood to the brain Wh ttotry 1 knew not for it seemed that 01 had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for tick women I found it pleasant- to take and noon knew that the right medicine New blood seemed to course through veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may urehealth by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the patient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga Tenn WINECARDUI E B WEST With Simmons Hardware Co St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section 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