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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s rr 5 x 1r TIp L J Cf YTIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance Weareher to help Clay Ct Qfdaaliug Country and Onrselns I E Burgher Publisher VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY T tZSDAY SEPTEMBER JO 1903 NO 37 Democrats ofray City Organize Pursuant to a call made by the chairman of district committee C W Barnett the Democrats of Clay City met in a body nt1hc Council Chamber in this city on the evening ofSeptember 3rd 1003 for the purpose of party organization and for the further object of discussing the advisability of making a straight democratic municipal ticket to be voted for at the coming November electionThe meeting was called to order by iron 0 Y Burnett District Chairman The party organization was effected with editor J E Burgher its permanent chairman niiTl Durrett White of stClny City permanent secretary Resolutions Which appear in this connection were presented the body and unanimously adopted They are ns follows Resolved 1st That we approve of the time and call for this i ass meet ing2nd That we the Democrats of Clay City in mass meeting assem bled do hereby renew our alle gience to the timehonored prin ciplesjof Democracy j that we heartily indorse the present state administration in its wise and precautions steps taken during the trying circumstances of the past few years and believe it is doing nlj possible to maintain a good BtatoVgovernmont q u =8 l 1 la ttArlUt t l 1M zjitit dofthoiactynrCty We Sash lorA Pickets Shingles and Store fronts be formed in the selection of a committco of five to perform such duties fn city orgniiix tion as are imposed upon like Democratic committees for counties and the State and that this be installed in its Selection and that shall servo for a periodof two years when a new committee shall bo selected in like manner as this and should any vacancy occur during this time that vacancy may be filled by appoint ment of the chairman the consent of remaining committee 4th Believing as we do that ideal comes only through the principles of Democ raoyl we think that this party should be put into power whore ever and that we can win in the coming fall election with safety we do hereby urge the committee above provided forto call a to a full ticket to which we pledge a full and united support 5th That a record shall be kept of the of this meeting and all meetings of the and all and meetings called by saidcom mittee Brief but logical and timely talks were mnde by number of our most Substantial citizens The spirited and timely discussion which follow t atf Tiitr rirexpressioii J R0ady For Busines The firm of having been dissolved and the closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here r A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by mo and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies inn Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if oucnn bo anywhere The price for these dsis very reasonable and yon should sPo our line before buying We are closing out a nice line ofLadiesi Cloaks Jackets Gapes AT COST and if you ate looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to mystock the public for past patronage and earnestly A soliciting a continuance of same lam J yours f Shimfessel- M I fBbt MFG Winchester KyI Manufacture Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Stairways Etc the committee saidcommittee through the government practicable believing convention nominate municipal proceedings committee conventions 196ffrieeWng Shimfessol Waldron partnership investigate Thanking Respectfully ANCB Go We are JeadquarterV For Building Paper J Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing LAIiiiid Etc w tl f tSrid us Your isilmatci L- p r 1 Prom Shipmelnfisn t 5 5 y- h 4 i I Mr s + e a yam U 1i + uay L 11 Jy aT 1- i f v e M 5 l JI I f lt Jo 8 10 i i iVr A iVt4 y i tX f t m H- rJ J r c BaiW tri t1i err 4 Perfect concord IhulfD1 l1Y pr- eevailedl vo eit1rnt conceded theyjiw o1rtpermanent party orgarii tld organized the paraniou a of thus takingSteppfl ftcIirocuring for the dent tat their gitimme J1hU1eomunicipal government l t i f The followij ntl men to constitute d perm 2 jrlrpidcratic cIty commtttee ic ited by the chair of whkssk j QV Bar nett was maden 111 viz c a t iJ31V T x TIlE CLAY iiI1rt the OnlyI newspaper pub thin Ili the Red River Valley ayoirsled n most fittingrccog iti1 b this assembly liS the i1Inr11 t the demo cratic n countyof Pow eU xtmended for conlervnlJlWthe tYiellt manner in met orlo and is now champ = tallse of theI party what ii to J8 pl Jjel to free nnd imntl ledigovernineht for the peopl the eoplethe great lnc leethe gEtMetmntor tal1e1TersonrfZna rledggd roI lineal areedaf rllI1 und con siitent demor fromn Clip time of the honest nicltrogeaus Jackson- to the rise oI 1 4azzl political s taro th i time JMjBrln1 J i wa i Life- In the lastJaBalysis nobody knows butwe know that it is under strict lavviswbuse that law evenslightlypaipesuits irregular living roeaQ9ileerangements of- the organs g in Constipation Headache orLiver trouble Dr mngs New a Pills quickly rendjugts this Its gentle yet thoroug Only tat SwannDay Lbr Cos store r P Labor Day tmeC- lay City vs tomSterling At Olympian Parkwitlns city a hot y contested bwffiamQ between the above fnenwtieS teams took plate on Xabor the 7th ifist resl1U1iin a victory for Mt Sterling by score of 9 to 8 The day was fineuaiid a large and enthusiastic witnessed tile battle tjctweenthese already famon ntuCkY haH teams As tliS8tand one and oie doubtless tlte r ib will bo the next thing in r1hescrin the first batijoi lit Sterling in last month wa t12 to S in favor of Clay Jity f arfuJ4giln5t Him destitute such in brief AvS8the condition of in old soldier bWarae of J 3Iao vens Versailles For years he wfia troubled witK vidney disease and neither i= nor medicines gave him relte1mlchg 1 he tn- cd Electric l him on iis feet in shorE ardor and now he testifies IIIm pjyjne road to eon iileterecovery i Bestronearth for Liver and publes and all forms of iiI Bowel Coni plaints O by Swann Day L 5b9 LV are very Atinand grass 1 s arching up- r r a- al cr r r i 4rr l y 2i Irvine Items elfies Lelia Irvine lIcruldItives in Powell county this week Our esteemed townsman E C Park has accepted a position with W G White tC Coj manufacturing chemists and will de part for the scene of action next weekDr Hood reports that four out of five of W II Elliotts family who were stricken down with typhoid fever two weeks ago are convalescent and Mrs Elliott the worst case is also doing well I In this issue of The Herald I will he found the announcement counItcratic nomination for Represen tative of the Ttfrd district com i posed of the counties of Estill and Powell Mr Easter was for merly a citizen of Estill and has acquaintance and popularity throughout both counties will doubtless make him the strongest candidate the Democrats can put out Should Mr Easter be elected to this office the people will be safe in being represented by a man who will do his whole duty Rcdwlne Out of the Race It has been officially annoUnc- ed that Judgo Redwine will not be a candidate for reelection to thie tli frcunt udry um the- rd juc ICimIS riuis Robert Riddell is the favorite candidate and will be given the nomination at the Beattyville convention Bucklens Arn Salve Tins worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons leer Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 2 1e at SwannDny Lbr Cos Kentucky Conference Meets r The Kentucky Southern Metho list Conference held its annual meeting at Cynthiana the past week The London district was abolished and this circuit was pltc ed in the Lexington district Following are some of the appointments Rev E G B Mann Pre siding Elder in this district Cloy City jo be supplied by J 0 Crawford Irvine W B Rugan Hor brace B Cockrell was transfefred to St Louis Conference Lexington was selected as the place for holding the next yearly meeting n A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughsnnd Colds W II Brown l of Lecsville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this won derful medicine gave instant relief md soon cured him He writes I new sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for nil Throat rind Jung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free SwannDay Lbr Cos store r i t 4- rf1r v 4 Farm For Sale Ninety acres of mined land well improved at Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwell bug of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN OSIJORX Spout Spring Ky locate IIIIIIIIIII FORA Sltuatloi BookKeepIngBusfoess PHONOGRAPHY IType WtBlrg Telegraphy COIYIIIQHTtII AH a WILBUR 1t SMITH LEXINGTON KY niponilbUCOMMERCIAL Awarded Medal at World Exposition DodtlonCoatf1OShorthandW8Tbe Kentucky University Diploma ondtneal warded graduates Literary fre U deilrcd NoTaratlon Enter now Graduates euecttstnl oalyWILBUR The Balance jWheel Look inside your watch moment 0The balance wheel is making 18000 o jurntjon UII hour If Its jn good condition If the movement isshiBJoglsh theres something wrong will moventiies in n year and J dropHofo decree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont cluuices Let 0 me clean and oil and utyour wiitch In order for a year It will pay nnd satisfy you 11 J I oiCLAY CITY O The many little ways ni which you could economizeit you only tried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT nt once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters Ve receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest com pounded every six tnontns on your savings We have issued a book let explaining the workings of this department which we shall bo pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky 1HOKKSSIONAL GAUDS Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAYOITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY a i l rro Jy ny a LLw v1x ++rtiFwL Ahead in Flour Well we should say so 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 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 Realer value RC Mansfield Son ROSSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Miss Drusie McKinney of Levee is visiting relatives here this week The protracted meeting is in the height of progress at the Bap tist church Mr and Mrs Marvin Enbank of Right Angld were guests of relatives here this week Mr and Mrs George P Doug las of Levee visited relatives here a few days the past week w v Boss Barnett has takena large tie contract atIrvine and is now over there superintending the businessAsa sold a bunch of 120 pound hogs to a Mr Bedford of Montgomery county at 5 cents per pound The Misses Tipton of play City are visiting their aunt Mrs 11 Hood Curtis at this place this week Mrs Florinda Spry is quite sick at the home of her daughter Mrs John W Ballard She has symp toms of pneumonia Browne Fox and sister of Clark county were guests of Misses Clevieand Callio McKinney Sat urday and Sunday Miss Nannie Christopher who has been ill for some time is now able to go about And Mr H F Christophers little daughter Lella is also going about once moreMr D McKinney visited his daughter Mrs J H Dawson at Millers Creek Friday Mrs Dawson accompanied her father home Saturday She has a ver sick child at this time Will bun is the proudest in dividual in two counties Its a big boy He came in Friday morning and in duo time will help to swell the Democratic ma jority in the grand old county of PowellA from Como point in Colorado brings the sad news of the death of Walter 0 Burton Young Burton is about 20 years old and is an orphan boy Ho has numerous friends in this com munity where he was principally raised and lived The cause ofi his death was not learned C THE TIMES 1UHUSIIKU EVEUY THUKSDAT i J B Burgher Publisher h Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as sccondclnsa moll matter Thursday Sept 10 190S 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 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo ore authorized to announce AL BERT EASTER of Powell county candi date for Itepresenative of the 78rd Leg islative district composed of Estill and Powell counties subject to the action of the Democratic party Beckhams Speech in a Nutshell The Democratic campaign shall be aggressive not defensive Republicans will not be permitted to pursue a gumshoe cam paign Democratic ticket was named by the people in the first state primary held by the party in Ken tucky It is against the assassination of a Republican in Breathitt county as much as it is against the assassination of a Democrat in Franklin county- It believes It is the duty of the governmentto protect the poor as well as the rich to guard the in terests ofclabor as well as capital Under the present Democratic administration the state debt has been decreased from 1000000 to 80000 During the last three years of Republican rulein Kentuokytho tax rate was the highest over as sessed and in addition the state debt was doubled The ruinous and riotous con duct of the Regime under Taylor left a legacy of many extraordi nary expenses With all our debts and claims paid there will be in the State Treasury on the first of nextJan uary nearly 1600000 The two state prisons instead of being a great drain upon the rev enues of the state as under the old management will this year pay a small revenue The pardon record grossly mis represented by mendacious Re publican organs for political cap ital shows that the present Gov ernor has granted 225 agaTnstd78 issued by Gov Brown and 428 by Gov Bradley I have never is sued a pardon for political purpose or where I did not conscien tiously believe it right and just Jo do so atythe command of the State execu tive law and order has been restored in Breathitt county I believe that Jett and White are guilty of the murder of Mar cum in Breathitt county and if elected will not pardon them Will Mr Belknap be as frank a bout what he would do in the case of those who murdered Gee belt The present Democratic admin = istration has collected 1500000 on a neglected war claims Kent tricky paid 5 88 per cent commission for the collection of these claims Other states paid from 10 to 25 per cent on similar i i- a v claims f X Repuulicat hive been talklne ndminifltratiotilThe by its dilllgSnco and businesslike metliod has placed the State in the best financial condition It ever enjoyoclnd has paid off be fore it was oue almost the entire debt It is truelint unlike Mr Bel knap I liaveWii ither inherited nor accumulated a vast fortune but Lcan lino tly lay claim to theCommonwoitltlihave business stsndpoint equally as successful a fflfcs services have been forhlh W I may HotiftYo been such a success as he1tad far ass my per sonal interes are concerned but I knob Sdifferenco between a four e wagon a shotgun iiid vo never been indicted 6y1 deral court and wade to play io upon the plea of guilty fni ot draing the proper distin n betweon those two vuluableitJcl s of interstate eomtnerc- The 4 Deiii6 ic party in Ken tucky iJ d nited and harmonious thaniti ptas been in ten years I am gladjive you hope of a brillifitlt ry in November LexingtontnocratWhen tried for complicittfjin the assassination of Gccb l the Republican press ceii url1the prosecution for its tr afilffnt of lire criminal saying it was ah outrage On inno cenee Sincsrtho has confessed to the crime thwttf papers now say he should b tiung What would they hang IJR 0r1 for his part of themurd r 4r for confessing thereby implicating other crinii nalS of Jiis Jil lf lie had1 hav been hung a lli ynowsayhe should havobeen these same papers would now Ibe Wailing bY declaring he yas an innocent man sacrificed i r political ef feet only ItThe Estiircouintf I Republicans have joined witlose from Mad ison county requiting R 0 Hill to enter the race Mr Bills former re ordas a legisla tor wnsacce abToUo the people of those countieiyiindHhoy want him again iBeattyVille News Mr Hill is a good man but the Democrats will elect truer man to this office an it you forget itfA citizen of Irvine informed the Climax Monday that Mr Thos WilliamSjMr would be ten dered the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk fcf Estill county If there is a DemditiJiEsUll who can be elected f a county ofllce it is Mr Williams iiuld prospects for a Denlocratir victory in that county were leer brighter Richmond ClimaxA The Democrat ftle Third Railroad district will put up a candidate for Railroad GonimiF sioner I called mass countyinventions for Sept 14 to seleC elogdtes to a district cOllven io1fdtrItStcr ling on Sept 21 ban a candidate will be noifnnared Every regulnDeUlborrttin- alay City fleenHki tQ fttvor a straight Denrocratictticketifor municipal ofilcerfiiJKfiili Come tothe conveiition Pridity iiight and help ket one that will doopposition If trio Republi liiiinistra- n caused clif- ftocsohigh I and etc last x pleiietoll- U r us what makes them so low this year Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafnes und that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of- the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normil condition hear ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous serviceWe give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHUNKY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 5c Halls Family Pills are the b- eetSlave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system Las been shattered by the use of deadly drugs there Is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervlne inrestor incit to health and normal activity I feel so crateful for what Dr Miles Restorative Nervine has done forme that I must tell t for that part of humanity that suffers aslhave Durjng Tears 1 suffered from nervous I found morphineTotetself as it was the only ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in iuch agony knowing it about only thine that would rive resist it I knew it wasa terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp bin I never fuUyrealized its significance until I had it A of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit 1 and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to any such demon AbOut this time I haPpened to notice Dr Miles Restorative tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully say I am cured of using morphine Now however much per sons may It God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it my duty to give it for the benefit of the suffering MATTIE PHUXIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diieases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad THE Winchestei Bank rsoonPORATEDf N H WITIIEHSPOOK Pres i Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individfoIuals firms and corporations 642 Clay City Hotel i J II EATON Prop a rX Table supplied withthe best the mnrkert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8100 per day MACHINE SHOP t FILL KINDS Of Machinery Repaired 10WeSteam Fittings BeltingJHose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines I In 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The I best known power for fanners rihd I others The press on which this piper is punted h driven by a H fan Engine L T CHAS fAGAN n 1 f1IINOHEeTER KYiae ti+ i s 8i E BAILEY y Merchant Custom MILLERCLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week I Fresh Gronni BolteJ Meal always on ham Grinds for onesixth tole I Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Eto Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls k And Flakiest Biscuit A1C lrindeWbuza YoctUse iw Pearl and Bakers Me Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed 4 MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY = I Sold by our Lending Merchants 724 2 Yy a t Subscribe for 1f i THE TIMES t c I 277 1 rrI II t VI 1 L a P I 4- w c tis r ttrE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAF ER t THURSDAY SEPt 10 1903 n T OCAIJBREVITIES n Dog days came to an end last I Saturday Miss Nettie Moore is quite sick at her home near town n Squire John W Tuttle of Kimbrell was here Tuesday on business Mrs John McCormick of Bry ant Wis sends 50 cents for the runs one year The French block was destroy ed by ire in Winchester Sunday morning Loss about 15000 John Shearer who moved to Indiana some time since is herein a visit to relatives in this county 1ht and Mrs Hays Devery of Lorincovisited the Tatters sis ter Mrs J E Niblack Saturday night and Sunday Prof Frank Edwards is holding another singing school at swells Valley this week The attendance is large Monday was labor day and was observed by the railroads the various mills in town and a few other establishments i There will be an interesting I I bull game at this place Sunday I Vietween the Cincinnati Turners and the famous local team I Mr Davy Christopher who Ijjift jthhv county several years J S ago going west has moved from Texhonia OklatoMiami Tex W II Slutherly Undertaker of Log Lick was in town Tues lay on business and while here gaVethe TIMES office a pleasant yiyit It pays to advertise in the TIMES One of our patrons says that his ad in our paper is bring ing all the business his firm can handle Louis Bradley was struck IMrstray ball during the game and sustained a consid I erable hurt It name nearly breaking his are tJm1ge Webb was at Campton night and help I ed organize a lodge of that Ps Mr Webb is quite a prominent I member of thisorder Messrs R W Garrett and I Ohms Welch two of Powells most prosperous farmers wore in Montgomery county a few days this week On business 4 The Democratic Campaign book has been issued and it is a corker backed up by facts and figures Every Republican in the State should read it The council met at n cull meet fag Monday night adopted the same line of textbooks as is now in use over the county They will meet again Saturday night to pass on important matters For a bilious attack take Chum berlainfl Stomach and Live Tablet and a quick cure is certain Foj sale bv all dealers in patent med- Icine i Eld DG Combs holding a r fev days meeting at the Chris 4t tian church this week The SOl vices will likely conclude Sun 1 c day Bro Combs iffquite an of j W aA L iy 0 14E- f t i ii i r iJ oI c 1 iT Er t r ti 4 1r e fective revivalist and has success whereeverhe goes The Proper Treatment for a Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel satsified if he can hobble around on crutch es two or three weeks after sprain ing his ankle and it is usually two or three months before he has fully recovered This is an unnecessary loss of time for in many cases in which Chamberlains Pain Bam tins been promptly and freely ap plied u complete cure has been effected in less than one weeks time and in some cases within three days For sale by all dealers in pat ent medicine Operation Performed John Eaton the little son of Air and Mrs J B Eaton Who has had a defective speechand hearing for some time was taken to Lexington last week where lie was operated upon to remove the cause The operation is pronounced a success and the little boy is getting along niceley His mother is in the city with the little boy Stomach Trouble I have been troubled with my stomach for the past Jour years Pays DL Beach of Clove Nook Farm j Greenfield MossuA few days ago I was induced to buyn box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of thein and feel a great deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cents For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Presbytery Meets The Presbytery of West Lex ington met at Bethel church in Fayette connty and was in ses Hon for three days and transact ed a great deal of business A mong other things they donated one hundred dollars to the Clay Ojty Presbyterian church upon the condition that that apiount of money will cancel the debt on the church W R Smiths College Lexington Ky Is where hundreds of clerks far mer boys and others have invested 800 to SUO for tuition and board for an education and are now getting 1000 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 WILHUU R SMITH Lexington KV i A Card of Thanks Absence from home has delay ed this expression of my sincere thanks to the many kind neigh bors and friends who so nobly un promptly camo to myassaist anco when my house was burned on the afternoon of August 20th Our material loss has been ly lessoned by such a nianifestal tion of sympathy and esteem from you my friends May the blessing of the Lord abide with you R AlRViN His Life Saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ILL Byer a well known cooper of this town says he believes Chamberlains Colic Cholroa and Diarrhoea Ifemedy 8uv Uhislife last summer jtie bad been sick for a month with whattli dobtors call bilious dysentery and could get nothing to donim any ood Until he tried this remedy It gaVe him immediate relief says B T Little merohunt Hancock BId For sale by all dealeas in patent medicine tr Eittlepage and rnnkhussella- avosold their telephone lme be ahyJt V Y i P J r zFs tween this pjwjand Irvine to the Eastern Telephone and Telegraph jCoIJtho company now putting iii at this place Ows Ills Life tftaNeighbors Kindness Mr D J iDi gherty well know- nthroughoutercer and Summer c untlesmost likely owes his life to thfndness of a neighbor lie was almost hopelessly af flicted with diarrhoea j was attended by two slaians who gave him little If anyr to1Iefwhen a neighbor learnin ji his serious condition bro m a bottle of Cham berlains Cilia Cholera and Diar rhoea RemelIvhich cured him in less thanJKjventyfour hours For sale byalhdealers patent medicine A Vlsitoivf rim Kansas City Mr and Mrf HI Witt of Levee werehe Friday visiting the city nn Witt called at the TIMES officand renewed Ins subscription tmhe best local paper Mr W was visiting a brother Ilt nsas City this spring duririgjtlie floqd disaster and said thesscfeno was horrible He also saidjfhe property loss was beyondi wlule- unknown 1111mtf rs were drowned The distieter he said was not colored or misrepresented by the papers particle A Remartyidle Reco- rdChamberlaCough Remedy has a remarkable record It has been in usefolover thirty years during whih time many million bottles have bgeusold and used It has long standard and main reliahce in the treatment of croup in tti iiitnds of homes yet during all this time no case has ever been reported to the manufactur ers in whichi it failed to effect a cure Whemgjven as soon ostthe child becomes hoarse or even as soon as theWoupy cough appears twill pcfiventYhe attack It is pleasant to talce mhnychildren like it It conto ns no opium or other harmful substance and maybe given as confidently to a baby as to an adult Ie by all dealers in paten tfiedich r ForRe nt I offer my houre dent it is suitable work or In business foranYi9ent ihere will- be a good foot across the riv r Also household arid kitchen fu- rnitllref9rsoleira Lou Groves Business tiisetorSale Two story business on sixth ave rifle in Clay City liest part of the city for business Building now oc cllpiedbyJDe k6r jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling Ay T Webb Clay City Ky- StockofO oSs For Sale I offer forsalRrivntelymy en tire stock of Kneral merchandise at SpoutSprin1toodstandond good store houssplendid op portunity for tinyone desiring to intern busfnessof thiefkind- W J CjliilBTOPHER Spout Spring Ky ill r =Wt yl r AtOne H if the str lion ebBne andfedfancybrandsBu1kseffee same price eat to be com pared vtfaU0flIhqualityv- In ilitI iC A A Just Received From FaCtory I THt GRCXTtIT NAY SALESMAN IN AMERICA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATSEVE- RY ONE GUARANTEED QY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLEAGENT Startling Facts I A1E 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 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 yourUnele Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY J 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 Agency in Connection 25 Dont fail to give him a call DHWHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing a aL Sams Stun Yarber and wife visited Thos Hackworth arid family Sunday Several from this place attend ed the association at Flat Sunday Thos Hackworth and Zack Minter our timber men attend ed Richmond court Monday John Smiths wife who had an operation performed at Rich mond we are pleased to state is improving nicely H B McIntosh received a tel egram from Denver Colo an nouncing the death of his cousin Th- eLEXINGTON DEMOCRAT Is the Only Daily Democratic Paper Published in The SLUE GRASS REGION It is especially devoted to the interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favorSubscription price 500 a year Jr 15 cents a week by carrier W P Walton Editor and Hanager LEXINGTON KY Joe Mourjtz Agt Clay C- itySTANDARD I Rotary Shuttle A STANDARD GRAND WELL PKOMT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail tram S12CO cp The Standard Rotary runs ai silent as the tlk of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 to our local dealer or If there Is n dealer Ip your town address rim Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City Ic- yTAROLEUM A scientific chemical preparation For Curing Diseases of Horses Feet I Stimulates a natural healthy growth removing lufloma Lion anQ soreness Sewing Machine I TAROLEUM will mix with water In all proportions consequently does nt ezuliida tht natural moisture from tlw foot Tbs witlbaapprrcUKdbjthuu btfulhnrsriitcu AB A DRESStSO Palct the toot all over twice a davTxud polUli with a brush If you I want the shiu- e1I00rlACKINOWet upa Btifflcient quautltjrot illMealIihcn part tItto six parts of WAt r ami bind on the feet This paoklns will soften hard contracted fret quichy removing the la Uainmatlon and ROrrnriuOtorcutia UulH Jut SI 183T W FNp51a oifi jtuf TtroUon and rift re ornmtel it Ifl all brrttmrz af a arr ew al-I bart a 4ilUilliB wJ p 11 rrIntwh51 ail au error 7111 tin raalienAl-trcn tint Jixia II Ttaj- kHll At Tf n ntn SJA n rallon and In bulk iVRallon cu JuijiafI i cnn 3ll ni r0 II Hri ZfelJ Mau Direr Uouioutbecao Buena tree W F YOUNG PDP Springfield Msss c e 7l h Walter 0 Bnrton It is to be remembered that Mr Burton left here about a year ago going to Sacramento Oa1ul1l he has since been in many parts of the Nests Xena 4 Sheriff Thos Boone and his dep uty Alvin Fortner were here last Thursday looking for some tax mon ey due them Mr Melvin Morton and wife and Miss Znnnie B Morton were the guests of Wm Crow and family Saturday and Sunday F G Powell of this place went to Winchester Saturday to hear Governor Deck ham speak Mr Powell reports a jolly old time Dillard Smyth returned home Sunday on a visit from Leo count where he has been employed and was the guest of Moses Morton and family Sunday evening The church house which is being erected at this place will probably be ready for services the second Sunday the regular preaching day Ben Smyth was accidentally shot Saturday morning while squirrel hunting but was not dangerously hurt and Will be able to be nut in a few days Mr J B Rogers our hustling merchant is having his store house enlarged and his new goods are now coming in Ho will do a large ubsiness in the future Most all the people from here attended church at Slado Sunday They all report a nice time There was plenty of dinner on the ground free for every body The people say theyare going back toSlade again 0 tKimbrell Hay McKinney of Virdenwas visiting relatives here last Sun day1lrA Burton Smithof Ir vine was here this ceek on bus iness Harg Allen had a horse to die Sunday while returning from Olay City Henry Winburli and wife Ok lahoma were visiting John W Tuttle recently Jno W Tuttle attended the Democratic speaking at Winchester last Saturday Johnson Harris wife and daughter visited relatives at Fox from Saturday until Monday Thomas Winburn and wife of NolamVs Greek visited Mrs Winburns mother Mrs Mattie Blanton last week John Harris and wife were at Virden last week to see Mrs Harris sister Mrs Marion Will iams who is very sick James Smethers and wife Sam Woods and wife and Mrs 0 M Woods of Durlingsville visited Andrew Grow and family last Sunday W F McIntosh received tel egram Monday from Denver Colo bearing the sad news of the death of his nephew WalterBur ton who left this place forth far West about a year ago North Bend Taylor Scott is not expected to live but a short time J R Ewen is visiting JSEw en and family at Slade this week TO Martin attended theDem ocratic rally at Wichester Satur day J- t J- Y f Ii yon l1uue day lost week a pairof r yenr91 mules- for 250 hosJXi lt WIS n btisineee visitor on Can Creek It few days last Week J B Welchof Montglimery county visited ArthurWelch mud family 1 sti feek Aunt JMy Stephens of near Stantonitcd JIhos Welch and familyTilqt day A J Friepfeteripay nnd James Were viE itors at StafftpiEaturday fe Master CIigrliV Friend who was kicked b ri nlulo several weeks ago llhoutrecovorede44 A J Fri d CJ1 a queen tity of corn n J Bedford Welch for 8Mr6afrer at the cribtThe infnn cbofG A Maxwell of Rpfsjynl died Wednes day after n illness of pneu monia Vl F M Day retlfrnetitolis home in Morgan count one day last week nftertiwsvisit to his brother Pdfemfay The NortliBeHd Sunday school is rely under tliQ management ot Elder Nick French and t 4rps of able assistant t J A J Friemffiiform8 your correspondent tliitfj1C wHY remove with his Lawrence 06 their formorhioiEc We regret to lose Mr Fmnd and his family from ourvillageMrFriendhaa the name ofib g ono ofthe best stave men UloI1t1clty r s IdronthinHenry well kuoVnmer las solilitis en tire stock ofrgoi ipvSwaniiJay Lumber Co and hasbeen engaged by the Company manage their store at i place Mr Waldron will bejjanriliar face in sstoreas o general manager of hoVbusineB8s for a number of years Mr Val don is a very polar gentle man and will and ralo to the Company store v j Democratic Mews Convention By virtue of aBtHority vested inmei a mass convention of the Democrats of ClajllJify is hereby called to niee Court- Room Friday nijjsfSept 11 at 7 80 oclock for Uie purpose of nominating fill and straight Democratic ticklitifor Council men to lie votedifqraS the com ing November enaction Democrat in tli mXEhQuh1como- o t and help jiqminate the winning ticket iW BAHNKTT Chem pe1UfCoiu Jit October NtArtber M JdeaWomans Maga Ie The subject oCfttiees and their- treatment is BUS a picturesque thenie that the arUfentitled f The Apiary in the es ofIGrgfitn ble Indutries for JJjfrmvtijp by Sa rah E Slater in tiwjbctdber issue ldestInity that hhabi blvd Th is onlyone article SiwaYer from a table of contents slm3ing forty four Items cbyeriMtyByjity phase of a womans varied Nter esia The fashions rules for eooktlry newest fads and currents wareall up tordate find most i tiIeandibo Now Idea patterns exiiloitedi i tholnrge fashion aaretill = attractiv w Wgnialt needslneverymff 1 yr- y c A f fay s- I 1 i T raJ as sJ HMGESTION i was troubled with atom ach trouble Thedfordi Black goodIntqra tnedlclno I took in a y arIJlS SARAH B 8U1RF1ELD EllettsTllIeTIn- dThedforda Black Draught qUickly invigorates the action of and cures even chronic cases of indlgesUnJf you will a dose of Thed fords Black Draught coca yourstomach fect condition THEDfORDS lA DRAUGHT I More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re lieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggists sell 26cent packages Thedfords Black Draught is the best medi to regulate the bowels I Ihave ever usedMRSA- 111 GRANT Sneads Ferry N C cosTIPATIOEML With Simmons Hardware Co St Louis Mo whlmakeregulartrips throuh this section Freight equalizedwith Louisville and Cincinnati houses CourierJourna1 HEN RY WATTERSON Editor Ten or Twelve Pages Issued Every WedneSday 1 DO a Year REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM BEST JEDITORtLS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST STOKIKS BEST MISCELLANY UEST PICTURES BERT B6oK REVIEWS DXSTPOETItY- BESTOJlILDRENs PAGE BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF EVERYTHING COURIERJOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMESA- nd the CourierJournalBoth One DollarTills Is frtrcnsh All subscriptions under this combination offer limit bo seiit through the TIMES olliet IBOYEARS TRADCMAMKB I COPYRIGHTS Ac Amore sending 8ketch and 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