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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 r F ex O rllE CLAYI1Y TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advanc 7 We are here to help Clay CityMfc SorronnJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher t VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 37 1903 NO 38 Democratic city Convention In response to a call rondo by the f City Democratic CommiUo the s Iemocratsof Clay City assembled in convention in the Council Cham her of said city at 8 p in Sept 11 1003 t The meeting was called to order by Chairman C W Burnett who having stated the object of the l convention namely to select candidates i for Councilmen for Clay City to be voted for at the coming mu nicipal election in November vacated the chair in favor of Dr R A Irvin who was elected by the body i permanent chairman Durrett White was made secretary I Chairman Irvin in a brief but eloquent speech accepted the honor a thus conferred upon him by the loy al Democrats of this city and at once proceeded to direct the business of the convention t On motion of Stephen Rose which curried the chair proceeded to appoint a committee of three vide the city into imaginary wards for the convenience of selecting candi dates This committee consisted Y the following gentlemen viz ofI u Daniel W T Stringer and W Barnett Whilst this committee wes delib crating the convention was enter tamed by short but timely talks from a number of prominent Dm ooratio speakers The committee on wards or precincts 1 rgported a division fMlo6 f f sh JitiA sd Sash J Store Fronts proceeded at once ns a result ofmo tion made and voted to name a committee on selection of candidates from suid wards as previously mentioned This committee consisted of Messrs F M Hutchinson C C Danieland Wm Mountz Sr The committee reporting presented the following names for nomination to wit D R Daniel B Litllepage J 13 Derickson B Patton J W Williams C W Barnett H C Warmouth J E Burgher S D Rose White W T Stringer A Noah Rose A ballot being taken resulted in the following nominations D White Noah Rose On motion of Judge W T Webb it was voted certificates of election to candidacy bo presented to each of the foregoing signed by tho chairman and secretary of this conventionThe CITY TIMES was fitting ly recognized by this convention as the official organ of the Democratic party in Powellcounty It was ordered that a certificate of the foregoing nominations be presented the County Clerk of Powell and that the names of said can didates be placed upon the ballots under the Democratic devise the rooster to be voted for intbe No vember election for 1Q03 By unanimous Vote theproceedings of thisf convention were ordered pubHehtd f f at t f Rerady For Business I The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved niiti the partnership 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 bo kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish nnd neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for 4 these goods is very reasonable and you should spe our line before buying Wo are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks 6c AT POST and if you are looking for something in this Tine at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance same I am Respectfully yours t C Shimfessel lfllr NGB MFG Go Winchester KyTWe Manufacture Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding PicketsX and Etc Durrett RGoosey LittlepageC Jackets Gapes We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc Y Send us Your JBsfimates Promt Shipments r I L k tt 1 f0 ht 4 ff t= 7 A of V r 4 fi wr7 4 j Iit l E ate 4 ur a r Reaffirmiag aBlanco to the an- crcdd principlesu Democracy and avowing an una Viable determination to support a recognizedex ponentH of ita pflfltical faith in city county state amSnatlon the convention build a of perfect concordciarmony DunnEr rrE Secretary Riddell Roberts The DemocraYof the 23rd judicial district met jtJconvention at BeattyvilloTu ynnd nominated Judge RobtF U of Irvine for Circuit Judge a J Roberts of Leo county fWCoDimonwenlthsf Bi Attorney Th J air constitutes a strong ticket A Boys WirliRide For Life With familyjrawunndexpecting him to die and Won riding for life 18 miles t Dr King New DiscoveryJpbrAConsnmption Coughsand W m Brown of Leesvillei iudj ondured deaths agonies from a8 hut this wonderful medicinfvo instant relief and soon Ho writes It IInoweLike mnrvelriyltYeeOf Consump tion Pnenfflowa i Bronchitis Coughs ColdPdgtip prove its matchless r roat and Lung troubles t uaninteed bottles 50c and g1OdrielljottIes freE at SW nnDayII store Big Damage Suit Against LEilrs AiiorI1 Heck eybf ftX ltagainst1ladtea iJroad for i090p i1 lIge8jYasonoftbl deatlr of W G Beckley whom plaintiff alleges was killed on the 8th day of Octo ber 1002 by gross negligence and carelessness of said ompan Beck ley asempJoyediis a brakeman Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwidejLi Jor marvelous cures surpasses anyother salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons FeverS A Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions infallible orPilesClHe guaranteed Only 25e nt SwannDayjLbr Cos l Mr John Shepherd lias in his prossession a day book kept by the Red River Storey or the company store of th6vforge which was operated on Red River where Clay Oity is now located In the year 1823 Hero is how some of the patrons are ctirrged with the necessaries of life To 2 Ibs coffee l502 Ibs sugar 57ic 1 pair cotton socks 1 1 qt molasses 76c ilb powder 25c 6 yds calico 3751 pair mittens 75c 0 yds factory cotton 375 gallon taken in exchnpgeforgoodsat 1 25 per thou Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute S uch in brief was the condition of nn old soldier by name ofJJ Ha vens Versailles CL For years he was troubled wftti Kidney disease and neither doors nor medicines gave him relief At length be tried Electric Bitters lt put him ona his feet in Short order and now he testifies Im on the road tocom plete recovery Bast on earth for Liiernd Kidney troublesandall forms of Stomach anaiB6wel Com plaint Only 5Oc Guaranteed by- SwannDay LumperCo cC Io i tM9 7ij J i r if 1i Irvine Items Irvine Herald Robt R Friend left for Danville Ky Tuesday to enter the College of law at that place A scoundrel that will poison his neighbors dog would not hes itate to set fire to a house With this fact in view the man who has been so lavish with his drugs in Irvine lately should be found outForeman Jones with a consid erable crew of men have begun repairing the mill and booms of the Kentucky River Poplar Co at this place for the coming run which is expected to be the larg est the mill has ever had Business is prosperous at Mill ers Greek Over one hundred thousand ties and an immense quantity of tanbark is piled up along the railroad track and the company is unable to furnish cars sufficient to ship as fast as it is hauled in from the woods Town Marshal Wm Heather has resigned and Irvine is now without an officer It is hoped that our city dads will not delay in securing another man as some shooting occurred on the streets the first night after Mr Heather resigned- In this connection we suggest that steps of some sort he taken by the county officials to put a stop to the shooting along tlia- ratlrpdtandtlidpvfjtfEast Ir- Ine Congressman Vincent Boreing died at his home in London Ky with pneumonia REIOKT OP THE CONDITION op THE Clay City National Bank At Clay City in the state of Kentucky ut the close of business Sept 0 1003 RESOURCES Loans and discounts C3tGO 55 Overdrafts secured nnd un secured 3C030fl USBonds to secure circuln 12500 00 Stocks securities etc 18872 50 Blinkinghouse furniture and fixtures 350000 Other real estate owned 8001 95 Due from Natl Banks not reserve agents 210 67 Due from approved reserve agents 13320 80 Due from Treasurer State of Kentucky 827 45 Notes of other Natl Banks 800 00 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie f810083 Legal tender notes 8284 00 1147483 Redemption fund with U S Trensr6 of cirTn 025 00 Total 17387544 LIAB LITIESICapital stock paid Inr 54Y000 00 Surplus fund 460000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 187442 Natl bank notes outstnnlng 12500 00 Dne to other National Bunks 1857 41 Individual deposits subject to check 10314301 Total 17387541 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF POWELL ss I J F Cox Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J F Cox Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of Sept 1003 S W llussell Notary Public My commission expires Jan 24 1000 CORRECT Attest v IJKO D COURTNEY ATKINsoN I CURS Seorr- rY A i I 7 Directors T Mr Oulps and family leave today for their oldtome in Michi I What Is Life In tho last analysis nobodyItknows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that Jaw sI even slightly pain results Irregu lr living means of tho organs resulting in Constipat yl tion Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet 1 thoroug Only 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos store r Farm 0 ForSale Ninety acres of cood land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one f mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood 2 and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN Osnoux SpoutSpring Kyt 5 The Balance Wheel c s watclaamomentTlae S vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug gish theres something wrong It a will move miles inn year and F requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run Hut it needs S that little badly The least degree + I J of friction on the bearings alteNfthe motion Dont take chances watchIn5 J satisfy you NlBBI etiveCLAY CITY S ee eee ee ee The runny little ways ni which you could economizeit you only tried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT at 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 compounded 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 1KOFESSIONAL CAR- DSnraandannuovvrnanmsaeand uyr r Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTCL- AYY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY W t f Ahead in Flour Well we should say so So far ahead that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily linvc become standard brands there aco hundreds of flours to choose from but Una housewives knowthat MANSFIELDS is the best It is milled from the very best wheat on un uplo date roller millrun by wnter power It is white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry That h why we are ahead in flour Buy it from your gr leer Kc greater cost but much greater value RC Mansfield Son KOB8ITN KY SPOUT SPRING Bill Edge was below the first of the week on business D McKinney was called to Ir vine Saturday on bnsiness T S McKinney was in Mt Sterling Monday on business J Harlan Dawson of Millers Creek was down on Saturday nightCorn cutting has begun with some farmers The yield is 0X7 pectedly light 4 XhJlitt1ecll1a orft k iDnwf son which rims very sick last week is some better Fred Ashcraft ofIrvine was here Sunday looking aftorthe in terest Of one of our fair girls J Miss Eliza Harris loft Saturday for Winchester where she vill attend Kentucky Wesleyan College Henry Watson the telephone man was here Monday improv ing the lino between this place and Irvine Asa Todd is attending the Boones Creek Association of Baptists at Ephusis church Clark county this week The Teachers Association to bo held at Kimbrell next Saturday has been called oil so there will be no meeting at this time The home ball team crossed bats with the Log Lick Nino at this place Saturday afternoon which resulted in the defeat of the latter by a score of three to 0110Two r of our main roads have had no overseer for some months but we are glad to state that these roads have recently been supplied with officers and work will soon be in progress Mrs Mollie Daugherty of Hud i son Ill is visiting her sister Mrs Geo P Douglas at Levee and will in a few days visit her brothers Messrs D McKinney k and T S McKinney at this placeThe protracted meeting at the Baptist church closed Saturday night when Pastor Brown resisn edthe care of the church He willmove to Missouri in a short time and gave this as his reason for giving up his churches y 7- J rJ d itw THE TIMES rUIILISIIED EVERY THURSDAY J C burgher Publisher Sutscription Rates SO Cents per year in ai vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered nssecohcjclnss mall mnttec Thursday Sept 17 1003 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer lKII Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75iS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR KEIJlEPENTATIVJi We are authorized to announce AL DEnT EAHTKH of Powell county candi date for Kepresenativo of the 78rd Legislative district composed of Estill and Powell counties subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Henry 0 Witt who was persecuted and so unjustly mid unfairly beaten out of the Repub lican nomination for Circuit Olerk in Estill county is out in al card defending his strong parti san principle He says his friends will an injustice by not supporting the nominee By taking this stand Mr Witt dis plays an unusual amount of pa tience and places himself in the minority that wiUmourn and sympathize with the Repub lican nominee after Nov 3 His action now seems to substantiate some accusations made for sometime and is a strong helper for the nominee of the mass to s1vifr fThos QKThos WilliamSwas noininafed for Circuit Ootlrfc Olerk at Irvine Monday by the Estill Democrats Mr Williams is very popular with both parties though there is no better Democrat and will win fit the November election like n top We heard a very prominent Re publican of Forks precinct say that Mr Williams was the poor mans friend and that ho and half of the Republican party of the Forks would vote for him This with the Democratic vote of the county alone will put Mr Williams in but as the sumo condition prevails in the other pre cincts his success is doubly sure Governor Beckham will spent at Mt Sterling next Monday the 21st Clay City will send over a good delegation and those wJio failed to attend the rally at Win chester will take advantage of this opportunity to hearilio Gov ernor address the people lIe is drawing great crowds where ever he goes and is winning votes every day in the week What do you think of thaDem ocratic municipal ticket nomina ted for Clay City Friday night There was no slate no under standing and no nuthin but fairness find harmony The tick et could not have been beatoir in ten years Every Democrat in the town is out and out for the ticket Kentucky under Democratic rule has paid off a bonded debt of 1000000 and at the end of the year will have a million and a half balance in the treasury Compare this with the condition of the State at the end of Republican our years ago Our city ticket isnwinner J r Ji J i1c r iifitSlSSTO VOTERS OF KEiTUCKY issued tiyjState Committee i onr t t CONSTITyTJQNAL AMENDMENT 4- Ccnttemcn At a Commi jclal Con rontlon ottHCatebt Kentucky held In the city ot UiIavlIie otf the 2d 3d and UKaaVavofJune 19W the under sIgned were appoifntoda commttteofor- the purpose r bringing vie amend ment to the constitution of the state which Is to ieyoted upon at the No Ycmber elec loVthlq year to tho at teatlon of v6jfirjv of ell parties In the state and bhuifffor It the necessary number ofVotSS b secure Its adoption The amendment Is purely a nonpar tlsan measure effecting the in terests of lticitliens of the stattv no mutter what tuelr partyamat1onsor occupations may bo or where their pacesoCrresidence are situated The benoflclaircfrects which will fol low the adoption of the amendment are so vast tkat they can hardly be estimated Tjiejlovtl thaw l result If by any the amendment should fall of adoption will be disas trous In the extreme to the best In terests of the state The adoption of1 the amendment will not change in the1 least the present sys ttem of taxatlba ln Kontuckrfor state and ijes as l s only to taxesIeytedbycluesand townsfor- their own Uoaiffurposes The manfaoturers merchants and financial laititutlons In the cities and towns of our aCale are now tremen dously handicapped In competing with those In other afiites by toe provision of our state constitution which requires the same ad valorem taxes to jJfI levied until personal property y cities asdtowns for their local iiirpoaes as is levied by them on real state within their boundaries II This provIJl8 fdoe not exist In oth estates la jrtilch the competitors ot tir rmaiutiLiKuren percfcanta aed- yanciaiti nitrous are i4cutI sat our pMfla ia these iinee of bust t sarati great disadvantage In ompctlng with those of other states nd the result Is that our existing in Itislrles do aot grow as they should ow Industries are not established in jur state In as large number and 1m co tance as la other states which do tot possess anything like our natural Advantages but In which taxation Is not nearly so burdensome and onerous as In Kentucky 1 v The prorliion of ttrar constitution which the amoadj ent after its adop tion will cure slaps to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher IntoresCjatea when we borrow c money than we would have to pay If money uied in banking and financial operations was Yiot taxed so exorbitantly for municipal purposes Farmers and country merchants bf Kentucky dont make the mistake of thinking the ndoptlonof this amend moot of the constltutibn will not bene tidally affect you If you want exlttlrtgfactorlesln our towns and cities tpgrow so as to glVo employment lo mdre men If you want new Industries toiba established em ploying still more men if you want more consumers for your farm pro counters when you borrowfmpneyj if you want to lessen your state and Jsounty taxes In a word if you ntas much prosperity thrbughout1e length and breadth of ourgriidld eomafon weaith as prevails notherstatee bell Vote for the mentB1 Mit mniljEet your neighbors to Every existing f0otryenlargedande- very new factqr brbigbt into iKeh tuckythrough tliistamSndment to our constitution meaner Lower State and County Taxer for all the properythue brought la will go to swell theaeeessmente for state and county ptureoeesvrhlch win enable the ratetti7 elredueed- Lettheamendvatit be adopted by i overwhelmiug tiiaaftefavor ytr 1 a hsp 4J- Y X i Iwi Jv IC c r jiZ w- T M14t dr- rrxw Theemocratic tickttsawhit- nor m Powell from Governor down Deafness nnot Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deufncs and that is byconsti tutional remedies Deafness is mused by an Inflamed rendition of the mucous lining of the Eustuch ian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound orimpQrlecthcaHngun when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation cart be taken out and this tube re- tstorudto its normal condition hear will be destroyed forever nine ling out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous service We will give One Hundred Dol lars for anjr case of Deafness calmed by catarrh that cannot be cured I Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free Jf JCHENKY r Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 5c Halls Family Pills are the best Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure EffectedC3ure Heart dUeue It curable bUt in people of advanced age it does not readily to ordinary treatment There ie however trope for sufferers in Dr Cure which we know from watching hun oftntefulIJdeIt Ik not only n woridtrfal cute forweak and regidaterr ageEttretreatmeatrever ferssulasd for Jm tke ble6df D7ITtIe CIVI I warIII eeatrattedlieart v disease aDd in S96wblldiriJit U thegraad old townPf Lexington crew So much rwrfetovieitinysisterinlaw Va While said nothing to anyone lJ1ever expected to live to return t6 the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I Should try DrMi esHeart Cure I cured a few bottles of ltalo the Nervine and Tonic After using one or two bottlesl could see no ImproyemeutatdIdepaired- of everbeing listed on keeping it lip which 1 did Im proyementsoon began in earnest and I took in fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re- Stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You JU area cheerfully recom sufferlughumanitfJ bottleDron Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres Dr Miles Medical Co Kllthut lad i TtEiE t- Wlnchestel JI Bank tjL tzNconronATEDIt t1 N H WiTiiEnspooN Pres a Gap tarSt 200000 Surplos200O s Ve solicit the accounts of individ aalsfirni8 and corporations 542 fir s Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop 7f J Table supplied with the best the markert nfloule Everything neat and clean Rates 8100 per day t MACHINE SHOP 1 J trNlachinelYWe Keep ID Stock Steam Fittings Belting y Hose and Electrical Supplies t WE ALSO BUILD 1i1 Gasoline Engines In 3 58 and 12 horse power The J beat known rpbwerforfarrrtetaandothers x FJ- be proHonwblobtb paperleprlated 4 Is drtYen by HaganEngi ne i LTOHAS HAGANi v k- WIi40HHBTSIY + iXr 1c r 7 S i T M BAILEY ittf Merchant ant Cu- stomMILLER J I i d= f0 CLAY ClTY KY ii iI Custom work six days in the week Y1j Fresh Groan Rolled Meal always OD baDJ J 1 Grinds for onesixth tole i 2w d rr ++ r +++ 3 frowrdd brPf 3owA + y +e3 t 1 Littlepage Son l I to DRUGGISTS n Jryttt J T 1Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc 0 11 t I Prescriptions carefully ComlJ ulldcdt +I oft Jf t 10 ++ + HotHtHHHt+pbo rPd Ht t ot +Hott + ot + lff slTheAnd Flakiest Biscuit 0 K 4A1OMsudeWheuYostU e i ar lPearl and Balers Pride Fftl v iTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed 7 rMANUFACTURnD BY J AI CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading JSIerthnritB 724 1 Siibscrlbe for THE TIMESf 0- 1r 1 t ii f n i f f g fA trifJ fl j t 1 T 1t r JI j 1 r 1Iiit 1 f L1ti i x t 11 i TIDE TIMES t t AN ALL llQMEMADE PAFEfc1 c THURSDAY SEPT17 1903 I y 1 tdOAJJBREVl1IES 3 r 0 W Chess of Irvine vas in town a few days the past week W O Blanton of Fox Estill county was in town Monday on business s 1- r Assessor PoWell began his full Tuesday0 L McOlure leaves in a f- ewlla s for some point in Illinois where he will enter school kr Thds Baker and wife of Pu laski Va are visiting the form ers sister Mrs E N Wilson of this city Mesdames AV D Lyle and Nettie Hall of Missouri arrived here Saturday to visit relatives in this county Wad Stephens the famous watermelon raiser was here Tues day from Fox Estill county with another load of line melons Captain David Larison a survivor of the Civil war has been r enrolled as a pensioner He has drawn 550 for back pay ft School teachers throughout the country districts will please send in their Monthly report and the ZTIMES will gladly publish same icElderN McIntosh was away from Saturday until Monday He was with his church in Oarj lri yard county at their regular 1 meeting I roe Sim Gieindted at the home i ohisson soninlaw LawisiMastIn vertTow lls Valley f Billy rastinclthisleg last t VVtsdnesday while getting put telephone poles on W E Heflins Ii l farm While the cut is very se L vere it is riot considered fatal r k3 The brief protracted meeting 1 lit the Christian church conduct aledby Elder D G Combs came 1 l to a close Sunday night with two ftI additions to the church fr Morris Ramsey who has been Mellor in the bank for sometime j 7itis resigned that positionund to his l Ul s 11torwhere he will enter business Mtofown oS E Kinniard of Alabama has taken the position of fore iman at the handle factory Mr e Kinniard seems to be a perfect himjinto HG Burgher tC Son have re cently got in new machinery and OWhave a complete uptodate fz machine shop They have one lathe that is as long as any this side of Cincinnati t A trestle between this place and Stanton was burned ydster r day morning so no trains could f pass over Passengers baggage express and mail was transferred II K Yrom onetrain to the other ELWebb has moved from Goldendale Wash where he first Ideated when he went Welt 1 rxK JoGravolford Ore Mr Webb t r writes that ho likes Oregon bet WashingtonniJ t v R 4A letjtiori was presented to t 4 i the council Saturday td open all 11 t Yt Js w4rj Ie t r i tv+ W 4 t r l t4 n jy y i c r 33 y l w f 6 j b tJ of the closed streets and alloys The board refused to take any action in the case The matter will be brought up again later Little John Eaton who was Ope crated upon in Lexington last week for his hearing and speech has returned home with his mother His speech is slightly improved but his hearing re mains the same Eld Werner canto up fron Ford Saturday and preached at Powells Valley Saturday morn ing at night and on Sunday Pastor Turpiii was engaged in protracted work elsewhere and could not fill all of the appoint ments Our old friend Judge Jns W Lilly has been enthusinstically in dorsed by the Democrats of Gal atin his home county for Com monwealths Attorney in his district The Judge is a good- man and we trust he will be giv en the nomination which means an election in that part of the State New Hotel Manager Early Friday morning Mr J H ORear came whistling down the street So unusually merry was this gentleman that the cause for his merriment was pri ed into It was revealed that a little gentleman had just come ft his home and would remain with papa for an indefinite time The Proper Treatment for a Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel satsified if he can hobble around on crutches two or three weeks after sprain ing his ankle and itle 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 Balm hjisbeen promptly arid Jr elyap i plied a to cure has been effected in Jess thtrtone weeks time and in some cases within three dove For sale by nil dealers in pat ent medicine The Editor was in Irvine Mon day and attended the Convention which nominated Thos Williams for Circuit Court Clerk The convention was filled with enthu siasm and the court room was filled with loyal supporters of the nominee Thos Williams will be the next Circuit Clerk of Es tillcounty Stomach TroubleI 11 have been troubled with my stomach for the past jour years n says D L Beach I of Clove Nook Farm Greenfield MassIIA few days ago I was induced to buy a box of Ohatnberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and 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 coatis For solo by all dealers ir patent medicine NOTICEI All persons wanting photos male should come during the month of September for therwurk as I will leave town Oct 1st fr a short va cation T v7 HENRY W R Smiths College LexIngtoH Ky Is Where hundreds of clerks far mer boys and others have invested 800 to 89Q for tuition and board for an education anti are now get ting 1000 and over ayear Read ad and kelp this notice for tefer eneo Remember that in order your Ittersnny reach this college address only WILHUB B SMirn Lexington Ttyj h a- g flt 1J 31- j 1l t l 7j c a+ wF 1 PWS rite Life toaNelghbors Kindness bir thPJ fffherty Well known h MIIreer and Summer cnumlee1V most likely owes hlslSfeto the iindnees of a neigh bor He wfts almost hopelesslyaf- ncteeI with diarrhoea f was attend ed by topl rRJanewhl gave him little if a neigh bor learningofiiis serious condi tion broughtliim a bottle of Cham berlains Cnlic Cholera and Diarrft rhoea Remedyftwhich cured him in less thanentyfour hours Forsale by alPfdealers in patent medicine The Clay ditty National Bank has another fln statement in this issue Therelsfover 103000 on deposit at thisTlmnk which shows that the people have confidence in this 1 stjuti h which is now classed as oheip the solid insti tutions of theiStatew A Remarlaidle Record Chamberlainfli Cough Remedy has a remarkable record It has been in use forever thirty years during which time many million bottles have beadsold and used It has long beerivthe standard and mttin relinnctfln the treatment of croup in thousands of homes yet duringall this tine no case has eVe er been reported to the manufacturers in which it fulled to effect a cure When iyen as soon as the child becomes Hoarse or even as soon as the croupy cough appears it will prevenfethe attack It is pleasant to take many children like it It contains no opium or other and maybe given as confidently to a baby as to an adult Foe Sale by all dealers in patent medibit ie A letter from Prof W R Eu bank now principal of the Mid way City School says he is pleased in his new location He ex pre8flesak5nd rememberance for Olay City people and hopes to be with us again if for only a brief time Be has been teaching for the past two weeks and is get ting along nicelywith his school His Life Saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy B L Byer a Veil known coop er of this town ho believes Chamberlains C01icCholea and Diarrhoea hemedy saved his life last summer ne had been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysentery and could get nothing to do him any good until ho tried thisremedy It gave him immediate relief says B T Little merchant Hancock Md For sale by all dealeRs in patent medicine V Stock of Goods For Sale 3TI my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good stand and good store house A splendid op portunity for any one desiring to enter a busmesifofthisk nd W J CHRISTOPHE- RSpout Ky r+ AtOne Half th Cost Lion Coffeet biuetstrengtltandfla edfancj brands Bulk coifec at the same price Is not to be com pared f ithUeB In quality tishtaMhi t t e- li r t c4 1 t 1 p 4 Council Meeting The council met Saturday night itToeing a call meeting and passed upon or over some impor tant matters A petition to open up the streets and alloys now fenced up was presented but no action was taken The telephone privileges which was to receive consideration was unchanged Ohas Groves was elected by the board a member of the council in place of Frank Earnest resigned Business House for Sale Two story business on sixth ave nue in Clay City Best part of the city for business Building now oc cupied by me for jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling W T Webb Clay City Ky Cham Tablets For med K u I e H Dodoes altiunder teal It deIIl rae oeH Ky Startling IfA E KENTUCKYFor Set r the Pace and With our Mammoth Store Nice New Clean Standard t kets of the East We can need at prices BO low as to got- them Z Everything from a ding Trousseau 1 to a I Bring on your produce and ket affords Nice obliging We hold the field in Tanbark your Uncle Sams Genuine I market values in exchange it is to your best interest t Remember our I E CLAY CITY J R WEBBT- onsorial 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 tt Laundry Agency in Connection 25 Dont fail to give him a c- allDIRWHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith T Woodworkman r Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing r oaf- T f Lt I i Los Lick Mrs Sis person Is quite ill at this writing Mr John Kerr of Missouri is visiting friends and relatives at this placeMr Clay Combs of Hedges was here on business a few drays last t weekEld Marciim filled his regular appointment at tins place Saturday and Sunday Malid Sept Oth at Winches ter Mr Charlie Stono to Miss Sal lie Chborne The LEXINGTONDEMOCRAT Is the Only Daily Democratic Paper e Published in The SLlJE GR SS REGION h It is especially devoted to the in terests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favorSubscription price 500 a year jr 15 cents a cek by carrier W P WaltonEditor LEXINGTON KY Joe MouQz Agt Clay City STANDARD I Rom Sh A Sewing Machine STNDLRDORIID awgxWpzoa LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail front dfCO ep- Th Standard Rotary runs as silent asthe tick of n watch Slakes 800 stitches while e other machines mnke 200 to our local dealer or U there It I1eApply your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio TV T WEED Agent Clay City Ky i f TA GLUM- A scientific chemical prepirctJon For Curing Diseases of Horses Foot 1sumulatcsanturnJl3IthY lion lUIa eoronnos TAROl UM will mIx with water In oil proportions tutsrToniilws tootlb natural tho llrs wlllbesppreciat dbytl Ulitfulhirseiiiru A8 A DRESSING PnInMIi ff1t nil nvt r- twiceadupaud polbh with a brush It u want the sbpie- UOOPPAPKIKO Wet ft eifficlMit itfrthe feet TIJ fadda wlI strq llorl contracted f vt gnlnfir rlIohif tho lu flammatlon and soni nLTU naa Isa111Dt- w F Tows Si IJIAK NYIi br rJW year Tafoc uolll Ia M onm a all ItorM se ft arst au toIJ bae4 to liltS wl aeal w tae ror atnf loll sue eu u ur roil Ut rt nlt rpe AS tourvy wunTs n- 8lio cA Tic n ot SJfX n gallon and In built 61t4I1011 ciiu 3aiOlOwaafanIIShipped F 011 ainncflelrt tlasa I ir x t tou oatheuaa iViukk trea f 6 W F YOUKQ PDF Springfield Mass 1- x r S vj 4tn V C Martin visited relatives on Cane Creek Saturday anti Sunday John Stephens transacted busi ness at Mt Sterling one day last week Thos Welch Peter Day and J HI Tipton were business visitors at Bowen Saturday- R C Welch V C Martin nnd James Friend were busines visitors nt Stanton Saturday Taylor Scott continues tt grow worse and the end is drawing near to tho regret of his many friends A J Friend has accepted n po sition with n Michigan Company in the timber business in Eatill county Misses Pearl Welch and Jennie Norton of Stanton visited Win gate Anderson and family Satur day nndSunday Blue Boy Xena John A Rogers went to Bowen Monday on business 0 W Brisco and Robert Mor ton were here Monday on busi nessGeo A Crabtree and wife of this place are visiting friends in Estill county at this writing Sunday is regular preaching day at Chop Chestnut school house Lets all go out to hear Rev Thomas Howell speak Preaching here Sunday was well attended people from nil party of the county were present Dr I T Rogers and Ira G Proffit addressed the largo audience x MrDorris Spencer one of P Y pralces Ijuijtlinjj clerks was JierotEriday andJnspectodiilbbafc 1006 railroad ties It seems as if Mr Drake is getting the larg est part of the ties from this part Sams It is mighty hot dry and dus ty in these parts at this writing Sam Yarber bought of Will Witt one combined horse for 115 The usual number from this place attended court at Irvine MondayMr Mrs Sam Yarber vis ited the latters mother Mrs Moore at Valley View the latter part of last week From the frequent visits H B McIntosh makes to Samstown- we think we will surely be able to report a wedding soon Joe Clark and Wesley Hack = worth two sprightly young men of Vaughns Mill were calling on lady friends in Samstown Sun day John Smiths wife wo are glad to state has returned home from Richmond where she had an operation performed by Drs Gib son and is doing well J W Elkin our clever merchant is having some work done on his store house this week and he says he thinks he will have i more room forhis customers Vaughns Mill Miss Addio Clark spent Sunday with Miss Allie Bush Miss Lclia Lyle of Irvine is visiting her uncle L 0 Lyle Mrs Mary Burgher and Charlie Bushwere the guests of Grant Baker Sunday x Miss Fannie JVIize spent Satur li 1J aYi te I f day nlght ad Sunday t UI MI- SFalinioGrtivet Mr and Mrs Morgan McKin ney spent Sunday with their Aunt fiottieHiley Mr Tom Mdvinnoy aid Mrs Nannie Eva Bivber wore married at Stanton Thursday Sept 10 Mr and Mrs George Ware Mr and Mrs Charlie Clark spent Sunday witli Mr1 and Mrs Albert Crow o V Mr nndtrs Boll Henry visit ed Mr and Mtisyjoq Burgher at Irvine frpin riflay until Sun day oj r D R Mountzand family of- Darlinssvillotepont Saturday night and SundaywitliMr Allen GravettMiss Barnett and Mrs Sarah Margaret Carlson who have been sick for some time are no better at thus writing Joe Clark nridfyeHley Hackworth spent Saturdaynight tsith Dir Lane Witt on Dry Ridge and Sunday with Mr ThomaaF Iluckwortlu Mr and Mrs t L Tipton and Mr and Mrslfolm Tipton of Darling9ville wero guests of Mr and Mrs LQitylo Sunday Mr and MrsI G Jackson of HarrodsburgjV who visited the formers parents Mr and Mrs W L Jackson r two weeks re turned home Saturday Mr aild MrstFletcherBarnett Mr and Mrs Lennio Crow Mr and Mrs Fred Wnre spent Sun day with the4lattera parents Mr and Mrs John McKinney vt The Demon of Kentucky are proud of lJieftrecord and are willing to go before the people on llbuticism In the ntiro record there is nothing to bb kept back noth ing to be hidden Thero is no at tempt to resort subterfuge to divert the attention of the mass esfrom any issut Everypagoof Democratic history is like an open book and Dttocratsnre de sirious that the public should in vestigate for themselves and not- to accept the secondhand Color ed and doctoredfreports of its en emies who havemo issuesof their own but that ofemurder upon which to bfore the people- WincliesterDemuprh t October Number e idea Womans Magazine The subject of bees and their treatment is suih + a picturesque theme that the art tae entitled The Apiary in the series of Profita ble Indutrles for Voalentby Sarah E Slater in tie October issue cannot fail to coufmandtho widest attention from agriculturists and everyone interested In the commu nity that inhabiten hive This is onlyone article fhowever from a table of contentsfortyYkfour items coveriugevery a womans Tariea Interests The fashions rules forjcook Wt newest fads arid current Veiits are all up todate and mopiifreliable and the Newjdea patternd aivexplditedin the large fashlottipiaiea arc immensely attractiw Every woman needs in every mi =jKpt8efit141003It county by some unjpbwnpereoHS that I and friends A- 1Vallaeo the lleputjlraan nominee for clerk of the C Court I want to say to tho Kepu ltaahvbters of Es till county that I a far jM A Wai lace the nomIneendwill vote for hint and do all in lay 3r to el ct lam and I now all ily friends to 16 the same as it would 1Hustlcetolnefor to do 0 and I ask that tIlls BtatemenfJepuWished tbtho World to ter H0 WITT i itt- Jy r- rq 11 I ft tt1A ri FEM4I WEAKNESS stPOBTLUm Oct17l902 sDpetloltoand I know whereof I I suffered for nine months with suppressed prostratedmemy back and sides and I would have blinding headaches My limbs would swell np and I would fel so weak I could not stand I naturally felt boyondtheOardnl came asa Godsend to me I felt a chango for the hotter within a week After nineteen treatment menstruated without Buttering the agonies t did and Soon became regular and without Wine of Cardnl Is aim ywonderful and I wish that all snCrtng women knew of its good Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wino of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If OU are discourageJand doctors have IS best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINE CIRDUI B B WETWith Simmons Hardware Cot St Louis Mo wilLmake regular trips throuh this section freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses GourierloujnalJ tIIENRY ATTERSONI fditdr Ten or Twelve issued Every Wednesday 1 OO a Year REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM BEST EiiironiALs BERT POLITICAL XIITICLKS BEST STORIES BEST MISCELLANY BEST PICTURES BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST POETRY BEST CniiDnEN8 PAGE BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST op EVERYTHIN- GCOURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES And th- eGourrerJournal Both one year for only One DollarTh- isIs for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must bo sent through the TIMES office 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE r TRADE COP MAnKSI anddeserlptknimayQnlcklt lions urlct confidential Handbook on Iltcntl tentsPatentspedal fIOtlu without cbrJfe In the Scientific Jlm rICa v handsomely Illustrated weekly Tjiraoitctr cnlatton of iclenllda oam11lerma 13 a ymri fonrrnonths1lSo IliUMII Jka oCod F 8tWaahingttonYcrk i- l +a E SPRYNG 1x03 Bluegrass Nurseries j 1 FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREESto I GRAPEVINES SMALL FRUITStASPARAGUS RHUBARBS And1 every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Both Phone I H F HilleivmeyBr Son LEXINGTON KYtLexington EasternRy Effective Sept 1 1902 j EASTBOUND No2 N64 Dally ex Sun Stations P m 11A1ILT Lexington 225 746 Winchester 810 826 U L Junction 323 887 I Clay City 860 013 1- II Stnnton 400 23aII Natural Bridge 431 054 a 4 Torrent 449 lQ08 II BeattyvilleJuno5ll 1020 O KJunct 011 11 2- 0ArJnckson6 65 1130 wasr DOUND I Stations No3 Daily P I 1tLvJnckson225 025 O K Junct 230 0211 BeattyvilleJunoa2fl 720 I Torrent847 744 Natural Bridge 401 801 Stanton 430 828- n Cluv OIt 430 857If LEJunetion 60 010 u Winchester a0 023 Lexington CiOS 10 10- Nos3nnd 4 inako close connections for Cnnnol City and points on the 0 K Division daily except 8und y Nos 1 and 2 connect at A Junction with 0 a 0 for MtSterling and local points j Nos 1and 3 connect at Berttty- villc Junction with L A for Bentty yille daily except J It BARR Ken Manager M AJMitt 1 THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres LUe and Strength In Every Drop 1 A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January 11 egos MEAT MALTCO Loutsvale Ky Gentlemen Having examinedyodrMeatandMalt preparation thoroughly and mod of manufacture Jean cute that It li an efficient and blood tonic It and invkroratea Is especially beneticlalIIn nervous proitralloiTand it allducatea debility LD KAST NDINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy AfCftr A MALT CO Loulorlllo Ky a n SOAPTHAT cRO V IIGeJtlQss Arjc Tot o aDausff Scar MrJ1ctll y jC I 1 i tli ciJ A btv liD cl tIc1Hmt I rr C Avnrklkn OllltrrlIIi relyM J I ult JtMadIUIdt I 1Jd + r jaIaproGIbost aogpi ci cL frt rOA TC psrtJculcrJr oda o t IXJnve sfzcfus4lvMhrroo w 7ian oadvnhaat AIWw1 vl r ASas hv W d Iii 3araN1AitAe + l 1 TJ tifr r- a x T I i