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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c w TilE CLAY 1ITY TIMES r 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay CitySSurrfliinJiDg Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 1903 NO 45no DEMOCRATIC LANDSLIDE The Majority In Kentucky Will Like ly Reach 35000 f Mains Everywhere Retunrs from various parts of the State indicate that Beckham and the full Democratic ticket arc elect ed in Kentucky bv the overwhel l ming majority of at least 20900 nnd may reach 25000 or more when all returns are in Republicans concedn their defeat by at leas 20000In Bcckhnm boat Bel knap by 0230 votes the latter fail ing to even carry his own ward Fayette county goes 3300 Demo cratic Clark goes 6O Montgomery 370 Madison 177 Wolfe 385 This Congressional district will have when all returns are in a Democratic majority of 2500 Powell All Right Powell county rolls up her us ual Democratic majority The Democrats carry it by 155 this time Clay City made larger gains than any other precinct in the county the same giving a majority of 58 which is 7 votes more than two years ago when 1 Mc inneys majority over 0 W- Russell for llaepresentative was rA t Ai I4 hn 1ual0rtL rnu tdpronil J b l er 1 f r 1occurr Ceiling Pickets Shingles Eta Store tion Clay City is now the ban ner in the county Estlil Democratic For the first in several yearsEstiUCOUJ1ty elected a county official Tom Will iams J A Wallace for Circuit Court Clerk by a majori tyof 222 votes The county gee Republican in the state and dis trict races Judge Riddell how ever is elected Circuit Judge it Robs Commonwealtht s elects a Governor and Legislature by a safe New York nls elects a Governor an the Legislature Disastrous Wrecks is for manya railway wreck and the sam causes are making wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lungtroubles But since the advent of Kings New forI Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can bo cured and hopeless is nd longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Mass fs one of manyI whose life was saved by Dr Kings New This great remer dy is guaranteed for all Thread ahd dlse seBby van 1IllliJoftf lft f Jrial bottles tree Ready For Business The firm of Waldron having been dissolved and 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 HereIA nice clean stock of everything you need will be 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 find neatly trimmed Hat if you can be The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should spe our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets CapesA- T COST nnd if you are looking for in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock the public for past and a of same I am e Respectfully yours 4 C Shimfessel LLIANc E MFG Go Winchester Ky We Sash Flooring doors Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Stairways and Fronts Democratic precinct time Tuesday defeating Maryland Democratic majority Democratic perhaps Carelessness responsible human Dr Discovery resignation Dorchester Discovery Shimfessel are wellselected anywhere something Thanking patronage earnestly soliciting continuance MaQiifacture We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing v Flintoid Roofiiiig and Etc io r f SendusQ Your Estimateso + q r t 5 rf jFroriitf Shipments I f j it b + 1 CITY iUNCIL Elected In ClaysCJfy by Democrats AVerage ThJJorlty 36 r1Every Democratin Clay City was never happier Tuesday night when the showed that the town hadel one Demos cratio by a Bafefeajority D R Daniel the candidate who led the Democratic rowpn by a majority lover Groves on Citizens by 38 Others Mfr m this down t 17 FollbwingjjjSlho vote of cad DKMOCBAraC TICKET D R Dani 111 0 W Bariietisfc 101 102o100dDurrett Whit J 102- CITIZTICRET T B McCorrtltik 88 M B McPhjSFson 81 78eJ W Tipton 84 Bill Neal ri 76 There wls never such t hotly contested racen Clay City and all was conducted on the most peaceful term Every body seemed good humoral at all times duri ing the day ThejRepublicans were down in the mouth when the polls opened in theMorning and grace fully concedeqftheif defeat before the vote was c nted csmpaigOnn by both parties Of course a few false reports were circulated but same seemed to have light effect Due credit is given to some inde pendent voters of the town who helped elect the champion ticket Scott Willoughby who is sick of fever is sontr better and his recovery is thought assured Mrs Everett Morefield of West Clay City a victim of that dread ful destroyer Consumption is quite low and is not expected toI live but a few days at most Irvine Items Irvine Herald Bert the littlo son of Dr and Mrs R FHoodis very low with fever ip Miss Willie 1Ragere of Rich mond is the guest of Miss Willie Hamilton this week Smith and Snort the parties who engaged its 1 a cutting affair on Crooked creek last week were tried before Judge Noland Monday and held over until Cir cuit Court George Riddell j who was seri ously injured several weeks ago at a saw mill on Big Sinking by having his ank e crushed is slowly recovering c + Mrs B H Sale of Stanton has boon visitink friends and relatives at Irvine and Millers creek the past two weeks She v will return to Stanton tomorrow Dor Raider who shot and killed Alex Stevens at Old Landings two weeks ago lynx captured on Ross creek last Saturday His examining trialis sot for next Thursday p The Irvine Cornet Band has elected the following officers t Mohtie Pow Oscar Jifidnt t Y Garrett Secretary Garnett Pow ell Treasurer Prof Cutter has been engaged for the winter and under his directions the band bids fair to take its place among the leading amateur bands of the State Ernest Barker has opened u his new grocery store in East Ir vine near the depot We pre diet a flourishing business fo Mr Barker in his new stand citizenhs the interest of a graded school for Irvine This movement should meet with the approval of every cetizen and should b pushed forward as vigorously as possible Killed at Bowen Alfred Killens is locked behind the iron bars of the Winchester jail for the killing of Oas Bowen at Filson Tuesday morning Ho was shot with a pistol Killens was first taken to Stanton jail but had to be removed to escape vengeance from the hands of the murdered boys father who followed up the prisoner undercharge of the Sheriff with a shot gun watching for an to fire on him Some difficulty was experienced in getting the prisoner safely on the train but Sheriff Boone was equal to th occasion and stood the infuriated flHoff uutirtlie train pulled outThe victim is son of Billy Bow en a leadingPowell county citi zen who has numerous friends in all parts of the county A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and rem edles for four years Then Buck fens Arnica Snle cured Its just good for Burns Scalds Skin E ruptions and Piles 25c at Swann Day Lbr Cos store Political matter in our col umns will now relax that the electien is over and everything has gone our way nlybut more rain is still badly needn cddThey didnt blow their horn quite loud enough pTheton that Belvin Ewen was fired upon from ambush in that city By some Ewens story in the matter is regarded as a fake Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how se ere and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this perfect Pill 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos Samuel Ginter of Union Hall was in the city Monday talking oliticsJNot A Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts Ar 1 of medicines none of which rellev adlofmined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since curedpand Kidney troubles and General FrOnly SOc at SwannDay Lumber Gos 1Farm For Sale Ninety acres of rood land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one Wellewatered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and ell necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN Osnonu Spout Spring Ky oe The Balance s WheeltLook inside your wntch a moment The balance wheel Is making 18000 goodocondition ItoJ dropYJ that little badly The least degree It or rrlctlon on the bearings alters LetJJ andeWEBB the Jewelers CLAY CITY a The many little ways ni which you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT- at once and accumulate money e to rest awhile when pee rest without having to worry money m ttersTO receive in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest com ounded every six months on your We have issued a booklet explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS nnMdMMnNN4nwMMM W4MNPM4MdMNNN Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Sn I I Ahead in Flour I e8noultl ally sol So far aheadnliatour a Li Best Patent and Mountain iiJy have iWpffie Binndord brands There ara hundreds of flours to choose 7rom7bitf Me hotfseWIVes know that MANSFIELDS is the t1tipirrgbestmill ron by water powe It is whjte and has thejiatuwltasteapd Hhe1vhat fnat8 wily we are ahead in flour Buy iU1PDlyQYtgrl fJ No greater cost but much greater value l RC Mansfield Son I 1tb6IBL1 iei SPOUT SPRING Mr and Irs Benjamin McKin visited relatives fin Clark county fifir days last VJet j- QllrthdiAjr Coor ieOr4vetti- of Montgomery county visited the tatters par ritknear here last week Pastor XD Crawford filled his standatij the M0thodist church Sundayfmqrning J preathjng ItFQ oxgllent eerRWlerl M RtSj JliristbpherandlJooMc + Kimley came up froimOlark coup ty Tuesday to register their votes in the Democratic column BofnJ t6Mr and Mrs J Har lan Daw on fqrmerly of this plricej Sunfday r 2iitli 1 fine daughter Their first is a sotr i IdI Jack Curtis whose illness was npJ ed inourlastiB8Uot ied last SVednesdaylaudxwas buried on the old Curtis place across the + r 4 M river Mr Browne Fox and siste- rifssEiiittdFbl of Ruckeryille 1 wero guests wMisses Olevie and C McKinney Saturday night and Sunday i f Our precinct did credit to her self this year and gave the largest Deriiocratic majority in it9 history Williams carried the i recirict by02 votes L i j J F Dikinney sold last week to a Clark county dealer the fol lowing cattle 5 steers al ing 1095 Ibs at 3i cents 30 steers averaging 055 lbs at 840 00 steers averaging 1142 tbs at Si cents jJJ IT j Elder R L Brandenburg of KiceStation wjiaoyjr Saturday and Sunday to preacli at the Bap tist church The regular day ftt this place was thought to bb the limit Sunday by Elder Brattdelii burg andhe came under this itili pression It usually is the first T Sunday and in fact always is es- e cept when the month comesiil r undayrthen iris the second Sun r tjayor Sunday following the jQrJ- ri SiltUrday His church atYacp rules their appointments by Sun n daysconsequentlyBro Branden burg will not preach here next tu ay and Sunday as previously I announced but will be here Saturday and Sunday Nov 14 and 15 L4 7 TuBSh f u k CA Ilf I ll 1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J B burgher Publisher L1VAISubscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad i II rnieotbert75Cents i nteredas second class mall mattes 45t ve1 f o Thursday Nov5 1903 r C UB RATES A 4 jJ For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price mentionedTtie f P Courier Journal N lli Cincinnati Enquirer IjlO- w Louisville C mnieroinl Jfr cc Home and Farm 76 N r rV I J Itfow a Democratic City- The Democrats of Clay City be ljQQyelJ thotiybelvt s ra iii quitted themselves handsomely Tuesday by brayejy electing their full municipal ticket in defiance of rmmerbus obstacles Dlirihg the heated campaign not6ne of our candidates lost their doolness qratited in a way to show that they not wor thy of the possition they sought or in oilier words sought for them by the good citizenshim of thq qVli But fgsy sonswere left unturnedin rolling pp the salisfactiiry ahajorftyi aiid we mightsay that our Republican frieitdsalBo did equally as much for their side On the ditlzenVficHfc our Re publican opponents ran ahead 6f Democratic showing cpnciusjvely that ill least sone HUl na 11tJBtnacllainilC = iafeu1fieftsft 67i s ticket is fo 6Versn16weJ Undbr in Clay City andJif W6 everagaiu have oppb eition it Will be a straight Re publican ticket dustwhat it should hayq bejm time j Those gddd Denobrats who 11q OrU1o tl istimotihouglit politics should not sted into city affairs are now of an altogether different opinion and will fuIlhnewhen we ali thoughtmixed tick ets in city affairs would do but by wehavo found out differently and by this time we guess all Democrats are of the eameopinionl Dempcratiq majority riiKentuChyshotys plainly that this is jv fixed state for ages to come The cat11pitigri has Melt bit erarrd much feeling dn both sidsJias been excitediybut this will uetly alit quicltiy die a andlm hsible ril TImesultDemocrat fol Presidenf- Yesterdays r rain came in duo Uni Salt river had become very low and it was pronouns d almost impossible tbget Hie large eargd 6f human freight + up tie lam ibUl stream without rf ihcreasB in thti flow of watert The rain has tfrdvided this aid there is room for all of our Rb- PRlllic4t9 friandsn t The p 1i nave all along jdurjIngUie dilmiiafgh just- closed fiejfrf that PoW rs Vas igain fried If ttiitfisthd case- tlniresb9uldbbno more doubt every trial it- gets wore on the scamp and Aye judge ho has now seen his best days V j filmbottllEiinitpttltors that fcensilrfedGbveriibrBbfckliam n When lite caledTthesp6cTal el6ttiin in Hid El6vdiftliC6iigresai6inttl dis trict Vo1 elects CdhgreVsnWrf Jfti 8uc 5eBfli tftelate ViAtfflflwjihgJin dead Ot canhigitoii the tegular election day nVustribSvftfel hear the t small TlteiaonunIrotiluest1en is yet 1H ettlpdjId j w J the hands of l t TIjo case jfftno1JJ Ilt etr U s em 1Beltlla d that n er8 o iielr Iire0hblc rnrts etterthou t1iijQitftrpls r Gin ngminatecandidate tor the r nt Lamr tAfferwadr Ki led ci6eb i lt Muhsey6 niagaziiiois one of Elie jngre11i l Io and rfespbhsi ble putWcations inthe North and for that reason ia bneofthem- ostrwidelytrirealatecl i i In ap article on lAThe Land of Feuds p it prints aipicture of Jfini Howard shooting old ijjnan Bajcer with these wordsfiUrtderneatj The Cloy County leudr County At torney Bakerii an unarinedi qld man waylaid and murdered by Jim Howard Clio crack8hqfr who afterwards killed GgebeJV This shqwathat after inYesti gation the publiqation has no doubt ot thQrfact that the con viotqd assassin of Qoy 3o3bel WitS the murderer and the article generally will go far to wards enlightening the public upon the darks and deviqus ways of theKepubliQans There is no more doub minds o those who heard or readijia fiyideiiie tliat Iipwmtl rtiin ftital silotf- Jh nt tllero is t ili f9W con ceiyied the plots tq assasginatd ypy Gcubel NwtXnylpvn1d- forit1 bot r ii and with money Exchange blanrnfdpxfBQr says the earth is gqpd fo nly IQQ QQOOOO mqre years ri0i Republicans may asweU piyeitiupj thpy cant iiinke JCpntuckyafgapp Stgto ill that time Gfuu tuck iemocralir by 25i 000 niajoritysounds somewhat old natural and sweet yirfr IiiicrbscopeSafehtfxVinilemahd by parties lookint7up the remnants of ticket The race for Congress will be open again in a few months and tim is i iful 1Jar cjpe TAHDAKO QBAITO awl i1N irCJI j TWr tN1ts NoNE BALL DEARltiW STAND WHEEL We also iinnufntturij tewing tndchlnea that rttaUrooiJWOOcp Motaty IU11I ni itlentaitbe lick of n wetcb Iak 500 Utchel white othertnathlnesnlaktaaO I Apply to our lea de1er or ti there fa ae- deaier In yodrtown- THB I8dc1t S ndsrdSeivlsg MMChiae Co I n F nn r 1 J 1I Jrr tNo bettermeli live than dj1i OTtiiiiI Y were the wrong flag r 91 CatarrHCahnot be Cured with LOCAL APPLIOATlONS thijy ttannbt rcaoli the seat of th6 dicfeose Catarrh is tt blood or corm etittt lon ldiscalieand in order to 6ure it you must take Internal- remedies HaWs Catarrh Cure is thken internally and acts directly 6U the blood anIl1ucou8 surfaces Hallefi Catarrh Cure is not a quack Medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in tnip country for years and is a regular prescription It is of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting di rectly pg the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ih redients is vyrhat produces such wonderful results Jn qirng Ca turrh Send for testimonials free l11eoCIJE1i sYGollropeToledo0S- old by nIt pruggists 75c Hall8f Family Pills are the best tta Cgre At 70 of Heart Disc ef3e Contracted Dx ibg Civil War Veteran Gratefulrr f Dr Miles Heart Cure i Effected Cqre rieart dUeuis IttibSble bnInpeople of idrwceanrtitdptk nqt esutotll to ordinary trctlracnt There U however h6pefofilnUd iDrMileahead Cure wbtwe kaom from watching hun duds feet I f1 eiuhpfailedI UoDlcnlrefIla9rtmel ro the clrculatipa of blood Iieaitdilealeold toanof Lexington VaICTew ao much there itHwywleroTWtir wokeVb41 town Puore 6iugMn KJrbVi to shehneistoidd I should Dr Miles Bart cure J Ipro- cured a few bottles oUt aLo the ggeortwobottles1could of ever t we Insisted qnn keepingh up which jdid laptbvementoodbegan in earnest and I took in all 1wreitorea toperfefctheiitlTmnd am year 11 a boy You- alr are a benefactor and I cheerfully fecbm sufferiuttwmanltyJ first bottle DriMftauRemedlesieendfor tee book on eryous Addrea Di Mlles Medical Ci Elkhart lad rAi f 1rjJ I rjiol THE t Winchester Banke i INCORPORATED N II WITIIERBIoeN Fred Capital Eo00d00Surplus ti Ve solicit ihe accountBof individ dttis firms and corporations 542 j i1 1L 1 j II Day City Hotel J M EATorq Prop Table supplied with the best the markerj afloids Everything heat and clean hates 8100 per day J MACHINE SHOP ALL KINDS Of Machinery Repaired- We Keeplo Stock I Steam Fittings 1 Belting t1se and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n Bt 5 8 arid 15 horsepower The best known power for fariiiei and others printedit Pl L pIio v wmcnESTEE KYI ri IQ M BAILEYMer- cbaot aal Cosfoin t MILLERI CLAN UIirYr KY Cpsjom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted lileai always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole A Littl I pkge 5rs DRUGGISTS 1 Clay city ky Patent MedicinesPauits 011 Sundries Stationery and Etc I res9rjpti9n8 parehily compounded I r I The Whitest WhiteCake f Tlib linl1tb Light RoTlsI I M I And FlakiesJ Biscuit d ji rrlHourfnTakeno C iherjEverySadk Gti ratit erJ- MteApMEp j Y JOAIN VERSAILlES KY i olA br oaf H r hantB I 7i24ne oj 4d a 1 ny1t It t J tta tor li Subscri eor 1IiiI1 t TH IE Li iiM I iaML1 1Ii- I i 1 t THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY NOV 5 J903 nuuLOCAL BREWIES Hrs Minnie Hale of Winches ter is visiting Mrs D 0 Bloom Mrs D 0 Bloom and Mrs Burl Akers visited MrsJohn W Elkin at Same Sunday Frank Earnest an exmember oC the city council came up from Lexington Tuesday to vote Mr and Mrs J F McKinney of Spout Spring wore transact ing business in the city Friday L 0 Lyle of Vaughns Mill has a little boy down with a acse of fever Dr Littlepage is attending him R B Moore who is employed in business in Tennessee came home Sunday and remained over Tuesday to vote Dan Barnes accidentally shot himself Satunday night in the Calf of the leg inflicting a pain ful but not serious wound Harry Ourry than whom there is no bettor Democrat and who never fails to come to his old home to vote was on hand as us ual Tuesday Prof White reports that there are several cases of whooping cough and fever in his school and says that the average has declined recently on this account J A Webb has accepted the position again hs traveling sales man for a novelty cutlery firm 1 andwillbe on the road regularly hfew days He has mt nice vterritory assigned him Mr Wm Stone of Spout Spring was in town Saturday on business We were sorry to learn that Mr Stone is about to lose the sight in both of his eyes One of them failed him several years ago We have just printed some re port cards for the City School The cardsshow quitea still course lovoral studies having been ad led the two past terms There are eighteen branches of study in the school Several good items were omit ted from a recent correspondence because they were written on both sides of the paper and over looked Correspondents should never write on but one side of the paper as wo never think to look for copy on but ono side Mrs Ray McKinney is still att St Josephs Hospital in Lexington As stated in a former issue purposeII deferred for the present to await a new and further treatment It I is hoped the last treatment will effect a cure without the knife I Fletchers Sale Squire T J Fletcher was a way from town a few days last week during his sale at Camurgo Ho sold his farm of 44 acres for I 100 One field of corn brought 155 per shock while another piece sold for 60 cents per shock One cow brought 2525 Other articles brought fair prices t Thrown From a Buggy While driving on 1th ave smear Williams store Miss Kate Hipton- wasjthrown from her buggy trod f e o seriously injured Dr Williams was summoned and administered the proper medical treatment The horse became frightened at an old piece of smoke stack that the Halloween boys had dragged near the side walk Sad Accident Monday evening late the work train run over James Potts a young man of 28 years nsarWal tersville and instantly killed him His body was brought to this city and dressed by Drs Ir vin and McGuire Deceased was a son of D D Potts and liv ed near his father He was on his return home from Olay City when killed Plant Walnuts This is the season of time year when time walnut crop falls It would be well enough for our far mers to plant them promiscuously all over their farms to replace those that are cutofl It also should be remembered that wal nut trees enrich the soil instead of detracting from its fertility Bluegrass can always be found around a walnut tree no matter how poor the surrounding field What to Do Until the Doctor Arrives One of my children was taken with cramp colic and suffered se verely says S B Elzee of Mon ett Mo I telephoned for a doctor then gave a dose Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and a few minutes later a second dose Before the doctor calks the child was relieved For sale by all dealers in patent med fcincElder R L Brandenburg of Rice Station was here Saturday night Elder Brandenburg has charge of a good district and se lect school at Rice Station mind is one of the leading teachers of Eas tern Kentucky He taught in Burning Springs Academy for one or two terms taught the school at Irvine last year and had charge of the school at Bowen year before last Altogether he has had several years experience in the profession For a Bad Cold If you hnve a bad cold you need u good reliable medicine like Cham berlains Cough Remedy to loosen und relieve it and to allay the irri tation and inflammation of the throat and lungs The soothing and healing properties of this rem edy and the quick cures which it effects make it a favorite everywhere For sale byall dealers in patent medicine Five Funerals At the Vaughns Mill Chris tian church the 3rd Sunday in thin oath Elders B F Wright and 0 W Campbell of Irvine will preach the funerals of Mrs Mariuh Charles mother of James Charles who died ten years ago and four of Mr Charles children to wit Mariah Charles who died 23 years ago David Charles who died 22 years ago Eldora Hall who died 8 years ago and James Robert Charles who lied 17 months ago JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets When you feel dull after euting When you have no appetite When you have a bud taste in mouthWhen liver is torpid Whenyourbowelsnreconstipnted When you have a headache When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulateyour livernnd bow els Price 25 cents per oxFor I sale bv all dealers in patent medi cme I L Another Democrat Mr and Mrs Fletcher Barnett are the proud parents of a newly born 0 lb boy whirl arrived Mon day morning Nov 2day before the election Twentyone years later this little Democrat will accompany Papa to the polls and scratch under the rooster He came Justin time Stepped Against a Hot Stove A child of Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his Casual Saturday night bath steppeback against n hot stovo which burned him severe ly The child wnsfin great agony and him mother could do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she had is bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the house she thought she would tryitIn less that half tin hour after applying it the child was quiet and 8i and in less than twoweeksvas well Mrs Benson is a well known resident of Kellar Va Pain Balm is an anti septic liniment and is especiable valuable for buru8 cuts bruises and sprains For salby all dealeas in ptuent medicine The Best Remedy for Croup Fnoll ATC INScN KAN GLOBE This is the season when the woo men who knows the best remedies for croup is in demand in every neighborhood One of the most terrible things in the is to be awakened in themiddle of the night by a whop from one of the children The cirourp rmedics are almost as sure to be lost in case of croup as a revolver is sure to be lost in ease of burglars There used to be an old fashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mothers say that ChamberlninsCough Rem edy is better and does not cost so much It causes the pntien to throw up the phlegm quicker timid gives reliefjin a shorter time Give thisremeyafl soon as the croupy cough appears and it wil prevent the attack It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sajo byan dealers in patent medicine Boiler Turned Over June Walters and Boss Wal ters took a contract to haula portable engine and boiler to a point on White Oak Creek in Es till county and before they got out of town the boiler was up turned killing one of the four horses in the team The accident occurred going down the hill in to the ford of the river near Cliff Eatons residence at the old mill siteThis has always been a danger ous piece of road and has been neglected too long A FREE game inside each package of LioDCoffee 60 different games Saw Mill For Sale One 80horsopoyver engine and boiler and goodsaw mlHwithca pacity of from olio 8 thousand feet per day All mnchincry in first class running 6rder Will sell at n bargain Cull onor address G D iooKVirden Ky Jil r iSCf1 f INSURE WITH F A LYON SON The Lending Incmianco inEu torn oiitualcy Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line Startling Facts I Ae E1 BARNETT It SONS t 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 needat prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from a Paper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce dnd 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 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 i CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 23Dont fail to him a c For sick headache try Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will off the attack if ta ken in time For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Business House for Sale Two story business on sixthave 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 rT Webb Cloy City Ky J F WEBB Tonsorial ArtistCL- AY CITV KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Cuts Shampooing undnil kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels ILaundry Agency in Connection give nIward Hair lincate FOR A Sltaa 3= Bo8kKeepIiigBuInessPHONOGRAPHY 1TypeVrrltingTeltgraphr covrnamm IWILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of bh famous and reaponslbto JOMMERCiAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal at World Exposition Helen to thoniands of graduate In Coat of Fall PnalstOM Coarse Includlnituit- ion book and Hoard la family about fW Shorthand TypeWritiDg aDd Telegraphy 8pecil1iN KBmie Kentucky TJnlTersltr Diploma nnder seal warded eradnatw Lltorarr Oonreofroo If dee1red- No TartOUnn JlItt now Uraduatmacceuiol la order ra Ian YOGI fctttrt reach M atUreu etUji WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky 10 HEALTH keepbonedDrAught We have used It In tho family for over two years with the belt of results 1 hire not had s doctor in the hone for that length of time It la a doctor in Itself and always ready to make a person well and beppyJAMES HALL Jack III Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels invigorates the torpid liver and weak ened kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyears ThedfordsBlackness colds chills and ll1dachcsdiarrh ailmentbecauseliver and kidnc s so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS DLAU1DAUGDT The Sunny Sout- hFREEJ How to get it I A POSTAL CARD Sent todaycosts one cent f wfllbring to you and your six neighbors whose names and addresses you sendus Ge Sunny Souththe current issue only Heads of Families ifolthe Souths Great Literary Weekly at Atlanta Ga only 50 cents a now over ifno ti copy you receive will make tTS you a regular Sunny South Ruder The paper Is not devoted to news but literature bestI7K Oio Sunny South teems with 55 the life of the great south The genial sun f shine warms everything Into activity and J the season Is never cold enough to check the hand or Industry The paper comes fragrant iy with the breath of the magnolia and pine and gives out the very air of the orange palm i and bay The beauty and pathos the iy romance and mystery of the land where the 75 corn stores up the golden sunshine and 5 the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be given lii the wellfilled columns of this fascl- j5 natlng weekly Send on a Postal Card the names and addresses of six of your neigh V bors who would appreciate the opportunity to read a copy of The Sunny South and one 6 sample will be mailed free to each Address tAll Communications GJ6e SUnny toIr Atlanta Ga rr rvi FALL 10O3 TREES TREES BY THE MILLIONI Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines l Small Fruit Evergreens Bhnbarb Aspar ijni and everything for Orchard Lawn and GTden No agent but Best Prices to tIle Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hillervnveyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY EXPERIENCE BO YEARS I TRADE MARKSI Anyone sending asketch and may ouriipp atentable eCommunlca- tlonsatrtotllconndenttaL Handbook on Patents patentsPatents nspecial notice without chnrgo In the Scientific flmericait A bandsomelr Illnstrated weekly Largest dreolation of anYlclenUDo journal Terms td a 8o4byallnewsdealera1UNN Branch once So F at vraabmiton D Co Vaughns Mill Born to the wife of Mr Fletcher Barnett Monday morning a 9 Ib ooyMisses Mary and Nannie Gravet- spent Monday night with Mrs Charlie Clark Henry Sons of this place mov ed back to Clay City Tuesday in the house of J B Eaton Mr Wearl Lumpkions is very low at this writing They think he will not last many days longer Mr and Mrs John Burgher of Lexington are visiting the latter parents Mr and Mrs Joe Bush Misses Mattie McKinney and Annie Gravett spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Ida Crow on Little Crepk Mr Wm Swope of Clark coun ty who has been visiting friends andrelatives at this place returned home Monday Mrs Sarah Mngaret Lnrieon daughter of James Strange and sis ter of Dan and Hanson Strange died Sunday morning of consump lion and was burled at the Strange grave yard on Frames Branch Mon day Snow Creek D A Bilges was in these parts Monday on busines The election passed off very quietly in this part of the vine yard Thos Ogden Jr was in Stan ton Monday and attended the speakingMr Wm Niblack of Ill are visiting relatives and friends here this week Several from here attended the meeting ok West Bond Sunday and Sunday night Rev Combs the evangelist began a series of meeting at Log Lick Monday night Mrs J G Vivion is visiting her brother Mr Taylor Scott near Stanton this week Miss Maggie Wood gave the young folks of the neighborhood la nice party Saturday night A mong those present were Misses Mayino and Jesse Lowry Lula and Tena Ogden Millie Lillie und Ellen Ohism Lillie Kerr Lillio Vivion Callie Wills Em ma Wood Flora Vaughn and Le na Aldridge Messrs Willie Kerr Robert and Luther Eads Charlie Wood Thos Ogden John Ohisin Russell Crow Henderson Thom as and Willie Vivian Joe Vaughn Robert Aldridge Bill Kerr Grant Lilly Eddie Daw son and Walter Lowry Genet Born to the wife J A Crabtree u son Skidmore Bros finished hauling their lumber from Glady last week i ii E Willis will move to Lee City on the 0 K It R some time in the near future Miss Sarah Adams is improving some She has had an attack of inflammatory rheumatism Mr Randall Hanks of South Fork was the guest of V C Mar tin and family last Sunday Wm Adams of Xena has pull ed his frate II Ho has been here a fortnight refining sorghum juice The Frotkissed forest is putting out a beautiful hue and tho amateur possum hunter can soon get in his workG 11 Inoxand wife of Knox r 7 lea were the guests of the hatters rents V Ci Martin and wife last Sunday a J C Townsend is building a adjacenttland recently d of ycMartin c 1 ejfIClox onald are having their lumbe veredat Filson Jj from Xena7 hey have several teams employed Circuit Counat Stanton next Monday jfetfatiythirig a lot of fellers layspull all the week to seapc the GiitToory But OriefAlore Meeting The City Council mot in regu lar session InslangUt There is but one morn meeting of the present council then tho newly elect ed council tales charge Janu ary 1 ry 0- c Tim Sales W 0 Brock bought of Ben Thornton IVihsahdother partIes in the RucKerville neighborhood sixty good feeding cattle weight a bout 1100 pounds at 3J to 3jcte Sun Sentinel Baptized At toa- Eld JosephBullou tells us that several years ago he baptized in Madison county Mr Anthony Brumell who vas 102 years old Ho was assisted in the baptism by a grayheacled son of the old gentelman Mr Brumell died a year later lie was with Gen Jacksons mslo train in the war of 1812 and was a wonderful ly well preserved man considering his advanced age and the hardships lie had encountered Interior Journal y John D White filed a petition with twelvohunilrcdnames asKing that his name belnced on the bat lot as an Illdepei lenf Republican candidate fof Congress in the Etev enth distric and Secretary of State C B Hill so certified to the Coun ty Cleric j No matter a woman got fooled onhOi hero that she married always ready to help her daugliler to get ta ken in the same y- CouriejournaI HENRY WATTKRSON Editor Ten or Twelve Pages IssuedEvery Wednesday 100f YearRE- VENUNREFOR3I jfer SOCIAL REEOBM MORAL REFORM BEST ARTICLESBEST BEST MISCELLANY LEST PICTURES BE xjBooK REVIEWS BEST CIIIWRENI1iP OE NEJVSBEST NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BE8TOF EVERYTHING COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY A By Special Arrangements Ypu eon got THE TIMES And th- eCourierJournal Doth onoyear for only One ilDoIIap This is for cash siibscrfptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the TIMES ofllce J y itrY H SOME GREAT OFFERS PICK AND CHOICE OF THE BEST 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College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO Loulavlllo Ky For Sale Store House with 3060 square feet flooring an uptodate stock of Goncrel Merchandise wIth a spot c3h trade established Also adjoining sumo lot a nice cottage well improved with about 3aores of land No better business ointi- n fine school J B WALKER Kirksville Ky What a man can liveondepends on vhat his wife can drees on Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 1 1902 i EASTBOUND No2 No4 I Dully ex Sun BtntloilB P in ex Sun Lv Lexington 22j 75 Winchester 810 82 II L E Junction 323 887 I Olny City 850 013 II Stanton 4 lOG 23 II Natural Bridge t3i 054- I Torrent 440 1008 II BeattyvilleJune 511101JO KJunct 011 112- 6ArJnckson0 65 1180 WEST BOUND Stations No8 Dolly P M Dully AM Nol ox 25 O KJunct 2 80 029 II 720 4 744 II Natural Bridge 401 801 II Stanton 480 828 Ie Clay City 439 8374 LE Junction 50 010 II Winchester 520 028 connections for R Cnnnol Olty and points on the 0 K Division dally except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L A E Junction with i O0 for MtSterllng nnd local points 1 Nos 1 and 2 connect at Beatty yule Junction with L do A for Beatty SundayI SuniAmILvJaekson215 BeattyvllleJuno820 Torront847 ArLexington605 1010- Noseand4mtikechose SCOTT Pass Agt E E WEST With Simmons II l St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh nhis section Freight equalized with Louisville undCinoinnati houses w t y