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Y j K 4 1ltY y rh It Jy k Y Gt P j w J a 4 i R I J s- Yr r n A x r- virort 4frc ttyY dr 1 HE JLAlt7T s ITY TIMES 50 Cents a nor In Atltanee We are here to help daft Surrounding Country and Oursdles J fi Burgher Publisher Yoh 8H CLAY OlTYJKY lSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 ijos NO 39 Irvine Items fIrylno Herald TonT TBfackDufn of Stanton was in town Monday Mr and Mrs D A Wallace left for Cincinnati their fall stock of goods Fred Ashcraft has returned from Hamilton Ohio where ho bras employed in the paper mills there The CourtDay dinner given by the lathed of the Christian church was fairly well patroniz ed and ti handsome sum was re alizedAlbert Easter of Clay City who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination of ftcpresen tativo attended the convention here Monday a Miss Nay Grinstead and Dodo Wilson who have been on quite an extensive visit with relatives 4 in Afton Indian Territory and other points in the west return ed Saturday James Tugglo kil1e lnfish hawk Tuesday ate the mouth of Dog creek which measured six feet from tip to tip The bird t wjlrtin discovered was feasting upon a fisli that would weigh a pound and a half TE Biirgher odor of the cJltiyc1ty MJw was ansoti the J 1i3Tna- ter fpt i 1 o ce + itil k ca- nJirurglierisa 1 typical county I Flooring Pickets Shingles newspaper man of the peculiar sort that lias met with success y Western Visitors This is the season of the year when friends and relatives who have emigrated to the Vest seeking fortunes and fame return to theiru01dKentuckyllome Vo see old acquaintances and to take a view of old his over which they used to romp and the brooks plIlYTheytaken place and the country doesnt look the same We nl ways welcome them to our homes and are glad to see them come but it is sad again when they leave for their Western homes Many of these people are doing well since they left Kentucky arid they wdultl have done well here fSome have financially been failures the West and would have been the same in their na tine state Success lies within the individual whereever lie may be The country really has but little do with it Beckham In the Mountains Governor Beckham spoke to large crowds at Frenchburg Tues day and Hazel Green yesterday In the Tenth district as l1the rest of the State he tines an a iundanco of enthusiasm anda strongly united party In this distlti t 1opktn8 Yntajjty lr SjipJmore nll l e rpueuriip for the tate ticket tillEr feadyFor Business The firm of Shimfessol Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed 1 will continue the business at the old stand two will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean well selccted stock of evorythiug you neqd will bo kept by mo and sold at close prices I have an 1 elegant line of Fall Millinery y You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable andyoushonldspe our line before buying We are closing out n nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Gapes AT COST and if you are looking for in thisIline at bargain dont fail to investigate my stockIThanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting continuance of same I am vx Respectfully yours ft I C Sh1illfesse1 f lBbI2N MFG Go if Winchester Ry 1 i FrontsI Ceiling Weatherboarding and Etc the fall Wef are l leadquartersorpA- Building r Paper 7 Felt RoofingC if 1 ttnndv tf JjO Send iis Your Estimates piineintssy j r t r 1i3i L i t k i f fi i t NJ1Yc o iiingIGwrtrir USen found guil ty by theysoli county jury trying hid the murder o- ftJasOocttii Vi cksoll and fix ed lima per lideath i Extension A let i Attorney Jouett of time ill juilroad states tliatthil nglhcer will be in this city j J9 decide on UIC route for Kextonsiolt When tiijKIMiB settled work will at o hettnen the road and it lBpVBhed to coops tionME diIg Gazette f A Bey f jlRide For Life Nitl lrp ground oxpectin him txfe r1t an riding fo lifo 16 0 get Dr Kings NewDii feousutnption- Coughsand t d V II Drown of Leesvtlli endured death s agonies fro ij but this won detful hiliil6J instant and soonT fpm I JC Wrl tes 1lLlkQ1 night 8 of Consumption Ellit Bronchitis Coin sC jhii Grip prove its matchlewjv iill Throat and irnntced bottle- bOeAh 1 IgJhottles free ilt SwannQ r Os storo- Inyffhejc t tit tt rixelection at- h uihit r to- z fJtft lit a major iityof Y it rM1s r Buekte rxlcaSalve Has world ijVidiKme for marvel ous cures Iffurgasses anyother salve lotion ofntSient or balm for Cuts Corns Btirns Boils Sores Felons Fever I Scores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Piles Curerguarnteed Only 25e at SwannDay JUSt Cos ltartNenikiMed Time convontipRtmfin hit Ster ling Monday to ioimhate n Democratic candidate for Railroad Commissioner Rolla K Hart was given the nomination by ac clamation if X J Fearful OddsiAilnst HIm Bedridden alon ancl destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier b aeofJ J Ha vens Versa lle8 gFor years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors tfor medicines gave him relief rAt length he tried Electric Bitters 4t put him on feet In short order and now heI testifies Im on thja road to comI plete recovery f Best on earth for Liver and Kidney trhubles and all fojmsof Stomachind Bowel Com plaints Only 50cc3uaranteed by SwannDay LumberCo Public Sale I trill sell to thghest bidder at Stanton Ky MQNDAYOCT 5 1003 ji2 dry Cows fat jlg 2twoycar old Tljifers fat 1 two ycar ld Steer 2 long yearling Stece1 yearling Heifers i 1 3yearold Mi I Oliwand Calf 5otG SteerCalvgv Sale will be on a of GO days with interest p rcjbaser to give note with approvfed8ecurityi paya WeatiClay City N Ban w JjwfD ATKINSON Sept2I190J 2Jr lfk 1ry yrY Notice to Delinquents We are revising our subscription list and expect to drop many wh owe for two or more years subscrip dOn unless they soon come forward or send forward the amount they owe We will send statements tall such delinquents in a few days Send amount by money order or two cent postage stamps where th amount is less than one dollar Below are the subscription laws by whichwe will collect 1 Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered ns wishing to renew their subscription 2 If subscibers order the dis continuance of their periodicals the publisher may continue to arrearagesrare 8 If subscribers neglect or re fuse to take their periodicals from the postoflice to which they are directed they are responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered them discontinued otherIpublishers and the papers are sent to the former address they are hold responsible 5 The courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from bears ing them uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud 6 If subscribers pay in ad vance they are bound to give notice at the expiration of the time tp1cpittinttetaking cr is authorized to send it and the subscribers are responsible until an express notice is sent to the publisher 7 The latest postal laws are such that newspaper publishers can arrest anyone for fraud who takes a paper and refuses to pay font Under the law the man who allows his subscription to run along for some time unpaid and then orders the postmaster to mark it Refused and have a card sent notifying time publisher leaves himself liable to arrest and iiie the same as for theft If you order your paper discon tinued and it continues to comp you may know that you are in arrearages and should pay up otherwise you ore held rcsponsi- le for it as long ns the paper is being sent to you Mesdames Mollie Daugherty of Hudson Illand Esa McKinney of Spout Spring are guests Mrs J E Burgher to day Dont Like Lexington Curt Jett doesnt like the JexL ington jail and has requested that he be sort elsewhere His request has been granted and he will prob ably go to Maysville A Oharlton Iowa paper tells of a man who mortgaged his farm to buy his wife a pair of diamond ear rings The wife took in washing to pay the interest on the mortgage but the first job she lost ono of the sparks in the suds wherupon slu tried to hang herself in the barn but the rope broke and she fell on a Jersey cow worth t150 and broke its back Her husband undertook- to shoot the cow to end its misery but the gun burst and destroyed his eyes and his wife ran away with a lightning rod peddler The mort gage ia still on line farm 2 J i r d See notice of Public Sale of stock Jin this issue and attend same 0WhatIs Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregu lar living means derangements of L1I11Etipile or trouble DK Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thoroug Only 25c at SwannDay storeIFarm For Sale Ninety acres of irood land well oneswest watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sIll at a bargain ALIEN OSHOUX Spout Spring Ivy e The Balance i shheel I o wnlchamonwntThe S vibrations an hour if its in Rood sSwill move a558 miles in a year and- S Jrequires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run Hut it need S that little badly The least degree of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont tnkoclmnces Let me clean nnd oil and put your watch andaWFBB the Tpwplpr CLAY CITY The many little ways ni which you could economizeit you only tried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT tit once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry wheat money matters We receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up andtrill pay you three percent interest com poundedevery six months on your savings We have issued a book let explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS hPMq MM41M WNMhNJ1NqMVM4MdM1nMM Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY JCS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 4 B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY l j r n 4 Ahead in Flour Well we should say so So far head that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily become standard brands There are hundreds of Hours to choose from hut the housewives know that MANSFIELDS is the liest It is milled from the very lest wheat on an uptodate roller mill run by water power It is white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry That Is why we are ahead in flour Buy it from your grocer No greater cost but much greater value R Q Mansfield Son nosstxx KY SPOUT SPRING- J W McKinnev came up Tuesday Sorgum malting has begun in this section and the crop is very light fasA Fox of Winchester mine up Tuesday oh a business mission Several front this place attend ed1 the Democratic rally at Mt Sterling Monda- yThosSMcKinney is still tlie busiest man in the country runt nlng several teams marketing his timberMrs Mollie Daugherty of Hudson Illinois is here visiting i her brothers Messrs Dllnd Thotf S McKinney and other roll atives t Everett Barnett left Monday for Oarlock III where he will 1visit relatives for a while and i where he will probably locate in the future Davis Barnett who has been living in Montgomery county the backrRoam a good country William Barnett who has been visiting his parents and other relatives in this section the past few weeks returned Monday to his home at Gibson City IllinoisSunday is regular preaching day at the Methodist church The new pastor Rev Mr Craw ford is expected to be present und we hope to see a good congre gation out as this is his first ap fi pointmentsThe timber trade has grwon wonderfully since spring in this section Persons who were in dined to1 think all the tie timber is gone would think different if they could only see the largo number of loaded wagons pass this place going to the station Stock of Goods For Sate I offer for sale privately my en i 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 business of this kind W J CnnIsToPIIEnj Spout Spring Ky I Ch THE TIMES IUIIUSIIKl KVKKY TIIUlUltJAYI Jl hurilherlublisher d sutscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as fiecondclntis mail matter Thursday Sept 24 IflO1 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 41 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS d toll KKVKKHKNTATIVK We are authorized to announce AL IIEM EASTER of Powell county candidate for Kenrescnative of the 78rd Leg Islativo district composed of Estill and Powell counties subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce O II MACKEY of Powell county candidate for of the 7Jrd Leg islative Powell and Estill dl4trlctcomjoslIlur the action of the Democratic party The Democrats of the Seventy third Legislative district of K n tucky arc called to meet at the court houses in the counties of Estill and Powell on Saturday the 3rd day of Onttober 1903 to select del egates to attend district convention for said district to be held in the town of Irvine Ky on Oct 10th 1903 for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for the Legislature to be voted for at tHe November election 1903 and the said district convention is hereby called to meet on the 10th of Oc tober 1903 CIIAS W FniENP Ch Estill Co Dem Com W D JACKSON Oh Powell Co Dem Com An exchange says We notice that Roosevelt refused to attend a banquet if Sir Thomas Lipton was invited Every since Book er Washington condescended to eat dinner with Roosevelt he has been above himself The next thing we know Roosevelt will bo refusing to eat dinner with King Edward or Emporer William You cant notice some people without making a fool of them and it will only take one more dinner with Booker to ruin our President forever as far as socia bility is concerned In this issue of the TIMES will be found the announcement of Mr O II Mackey of this coun ty for Representative of this the 73rd Legislative district compos ed of Powell and Estill counties Mr Mackey is a gentleman of large acquaintance in the two counties and is quite popular where ho is known He was rear ed in Estillcounty and can carry a number of Republican votes in his old home If nominated and elected to the office he will make a good Legislator The blinding dust in Clay City has become extremely bad and almost unbearable some times A little of that 2000 in the city treasury when the present coun cil assumed control of the city affairs might have been invested in a street sprinkler Wo are sure not a citizen of the town would have been dissatisfied with the deal On with the necessa ries of convenience and comfort especially when wo have the mon oy to pay for them Rijpub1licanscnn against theDgthoerttiononifnee Mogan H ile the Republicai party has ifiifulore snowing to e fleet a man toromijo in Powell count tliuiKtiidv have to name the next Prjesilleiitof the United States hilti c will try They think p rliapWit excites usDem ocrats lJutpShqwit is a mere matter ofifainusement Illbcnt thorn In Pow ll The Dempcratsof this Legisla tive districtlvoU name time nex Representalfivefor aid district at Irvine bct lotji County mass conVentibiiS at each courthouse Oct t31 dSdtrthe only candidates ifnfhe field are Mr Al- Bert Easter iin MrOf H Maekey Both of theseenth3Wenarc well known in hoUr counties and we believe eitherlof themean win in November Frank Wyu t tild Thins Ogden Jr are m t1licdns possible candidates fotlio Republican i r Cnctiit ClerkIIW I1I11ICI 1 4UII r Good menbiitM0rgnR Lyle wifl bo the net Circuit Clerk iti Powell coijjityinhd eachof these gentlemen litre1 are aware of this fact it now they lIJ1CYdonitkno time seasonGov Bradlc expencled good money in airiJffoHto collect the old war clamptI failed but no one censured Jiirnffor his expendi lure Or fnilurtjTcollect theTinon ey The under Beckham coll wr ed the hiliof more than tOOOfor6i percent and tlio Republicans are kicking likofaTrfulej r The LouisvIleJHerald is being sent to annmuf our Deino orate in thlsco iH yasonmpaitn literatureItiisdoinggoodworkfor lies are so oxtra1vapttrit and stupendous that ev nfthe men of its owil party WoiUJ believe half what it so falsely tells for the candid truth ffi Unlike someopponents meeting the Deiiirn vatic party has never in anY of its assem blages openly indorsed or cheered the names of Ithoso indicted for murder norihever qBany member of the Partyor any Democratic paper tbq1C slip a subscription to defend assassins Governor n ckl 11spoke Mon day to 4000 people in fat Ster 1 ngThe crowfttoas very enthui siastic and it wasiit continuance of the manifestation of loyalty shown every whwe thc admired statesman speaks Old Powell county is in line as usual and wills jIjfup her usual or an increased iDemocrafic ma jority in Kovemijer Every Dem ocrat is pleased nd will do his duty There is riodiscord in the party this time sure Wealth Has 1DrawHcks It is recorded of+ Cornelius Van derbilt that beforelhe died he feaid to a friend IdQnUsee what good it does moall ttiifimoneythHiyou say is mine I jcanif eat it I cant spend itIn fact L neversaw it and never had it It hands for a moment I dtglho better than my private aeoretary and cannot eat as much aa coachman 1 live in a hip sewHuts Boardinghouse am bothered ito death by beggars have dylspepeia cannot drink ehampagnod most of my otherswhoj 1 beseiltaxe wM T w Circuit Court is in session at Mt Sterling this week Deafness Cannot be Cured hy local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is onlone Way to Oniitijtlltlonal caused by an inflamed rendition of the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tube is in ilumed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing ahdAvhen it if entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the intlammatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its nonu condition hearing will he destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous serviceWe will give One Hundred Dol lars for any c se of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CUFNKY s Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 5c Hulls Family Pills are the b- estCured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart diseue It curable but in people of advanced it does Bot readily to ordinary treatment bowerer hope for sufferers In Dr Mites Heart Cure which we know from watching bun dred of cases led from the of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has It is not only wonderful cure for weak anJ diseased hearts but it is a blood ronigareg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment eyerfermuiatedforharp- roving thcocireullio of the Toed DurlBg the Civil war 1 contracted heart e and to I8g6 while living in the grand old town of LexlnrtonV I grew so much woneIleft there with mpwife to visit ray AKirbyatRoanokeVa expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirby she insisted I should Dr Mires Heart Cure 1 cured a few bottles of It alo the Nenise- end Tonic After using one or two bottles 1 could see no improvemenand despaired of ever being but my Insisted on keeping It up which f did Im rovement soon began in earnest and I took In all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re 7orearss1r area and I cheerfully recom sufferinghumanityJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres DzMiles Medical Co Elkhart lad for kF j- TIIE= 1 a1 r Winchester Bank INCOBPOBATKI N IL SViTiiEusi ooN Pres Capiial Stock 200000 Surplus 20030- He solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 542 I Clay City Hotel If J H EATON Profs X Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat land clean Rates 8100 per day 4 MACHINE SHOP ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep IQ Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 58 and 12horse power The best known power for farmers and others The press on which this paper ii printed ii driven by a Hagan Engine LT CHAS HAGAc51 I wlMoxlBfElttVr 1 M BAIL Y r I Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER i I CLAY CITY KY 1 Custom work six Jays in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS r j r Clay City Ky fc w c Potent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc Prescriptions earvfnllycompoundedf The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Bolls And Flakiest BiscuittAre Mtule When You UntokPearl and Bakers Pride Flour Toe no Other Every Sack Guaranteed 4 MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 7554 y Subscribe THETIlvlES t- a lMi i f fyl Nr j THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY SEPT 241903 LOCAL BREVI PIES James A Fox of Winchester was here yesterday on business A cavein at the mud tunnel delayed trainsseveral hoursTues dayl I The ice nand soTa water business has been chilled the past week Muster French Ringo is visiting his mother Mrs FP Tracy tit Stanton A forest lire has been raging in the western portion of the county I this week Miss Muappin ofCamargo who has been visiting Miss Annie Kingo returned home Sunday Mr W A Hoskins visited his brother John B Hoskins at Mt Sterling front Thursday until Monday u A C Barnes and wife of Pa nola were guests of the formers daughter Mrs James Harrison Saturday I Mr arid Mrs J A Votbof Pittsburg Pu are visiting the formers parents Eldor and Mrs J A Webb Sr u Attorney Ohas F Spencer was down from Stanton Sutur lay and left a nice order for job work with the TIMKS Mr Samuel Ginter curl two Slaughters of Union Hall were hisre Fril and gave the TIMKS J lolflce a brieXbut plensarit call Elder N McIntosh tilled his stand at North Bond Saturday IandSunday A new house will erected at this place ut once l I The days and nights were of equal length Tuesday and the days will now grathnilly grow shorter for the nex three months Several of our citizens attend 4 ed court at Mt Sterling Monday amid heard the speech made by the present and next governor of Kentucky A W Douglas of Paxton 111 is visiting relatives in this coun ttIe is a brother of Cleo P Douglas of Levee and Tomes Douglas of Plum Miss Mauppin of Camurgb and Miss Annie nflg of this place spent Thursday and Friday withthe latfurs sister lira F I P Tracy ut Stanton Lexington is to have a 12000 f new soup factory Attorney Ohus W Miller formerly of Es till county is one of the stockholders in the concern Wm King of Lexington in company with uncle E M King of Sums was in the city Monday i and had his name enrolled on our increasing subscription list Toad working is in progress in r uiJtfus parts of the country We areglad to see the good work go on They are being put in fair ly good condition for the winter in some places y y We have iliud clubbing ar 1 rangements with the Cincinnati Daily Post by which We can send r that paper duilyand the Toms c JACh tholle eufor 2 00 the price t iS of the Jostl1cmo jifl s Yr i t ii I j The Lexington Democrat was three years old yesterday It is the only DemocraticdailyinLox- ington and through adverse dri cumstances has forged to the front Wcongratulate editor Walton on his success The Republicans of the 78rd Legislative district will hold a convention at Irvine Oct 7th to Heprejsentntive case Estill doesnt put up a man MrW H Harrison a Confederate veteran who has been at the Confederate Home at PeVee Valley for some months has re turned and will remain herewith his children for some time His home is on White Oak Creek Estill county DIED The little eighteenmonthsold daughter of Mr anti Mrs MG Taylor died Tuesday evening with croup Burial yesterday evening at the Eaton graveyard The bereaved parents have the sym pathy of the entire community in their sad lossiJ The article in our last weeks issue referring to an old day book kept by the coma pany store at this place in the old Forge days should have been credited to the Irvine Herald This was one of our mistakes We give the proper credit to all clippings and owe the Herald an apology for this intrusion m The Proper Treatment for a Sprained Ankle As a rule a manwill feel satsifled if he van hobble around on crutches two or three weeks after sprain ing hi ankle and it is usually two beforelllfhnsCullfire an unnecessary loss of tinge for in many cases in which Chamberlains Pain Bajm has been promptly and freely ap plied u complete cure has been ef fected in less than one weeks time and in some cases within three davs For sale by all dealers in Vat eat medicine Frank B Russell the well known stave man of this city hadau article in a leading coper ago journal of recent llltewhicJl seemed to be highly appreciated by the publishers of the journal who recognized Mr Russell asa umlaut of authority on his subject Stomach Trouble 1 have been troubled with my stomach for the past four years says D LDellchofOlove Nook Farm Greenfield Mass A few days ago I was induced to buya box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and fool a great deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You ire certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cents For sale by all dealers IB patent medicine I i NOTICEI All persons wRl1tingphotosmntleI should come September for thor work HS I will leave town Oct 1st for a short Vu sation T W HENRY W H Smiths College Lexington Ky 1st where hundreds of clerks far mer boys and others have invented SOOt 890 for tuition and board for an education and are now get tins 81000 and over a year Bead ad and keep this notice for refer nb that in yourlettersmoyreuohthI8COllegejuddress Lexington Ky v Zi i c U Ows His Ute e Neighbors Kindness Mr IPghertywell known throughout and Summer- counties wimost likely owes his life to of a neighbor He wanmost hopelessly af flicted with diarrhoea j was attend ed by two physicians who gave him little if any fWiief when a neighbor learinof his serious condition brpughChim a bottle of Cham berlains colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy wbhlcured him In lesi tbanl twenty four hours For sale byffitll dealers in patent medicine Good Man The DeiTJpcrats of Estill county have Dominated Thomas Williams for Circuit Clerk Although the countRepublican Mr Williams IB so popular that his prospects for election are very bright He married Miss Kate Clark of this city a grand =daugbttrof Gov James Clark Winchester Democrat PI A Remarkadle Record Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a remarkable record It has been in use for over thirty years during whicjttime munymillion bottles h veJ1 11 sold and used It has longbeen the standard and main reliance inthe treatment of croup in thousands of homes yet during all thJBJitinie no ruse has ev er been repoftficl to the manufactur ers in whiehfc it failed to effect a cure Wbenftpvcn as soon as the child becomeslJhoarBe or even as soon as the croupy cough appears it will 11 attack It is pleasant ttako many children like it no opium or other harmful substance and may beglvenascconfidently a baby as town adult War sale by aU dealers in patent medicine country c11 qHrustee will be elected iii encldistrict Saturday week Oct is also very intpotantand should not bencgle the people The best nl fofthe district should be of our schools Ia r The Boones Oreek Association to which Powells Valley and Filson churches of this county belong closed a successful meet ing at Clark last week TheAssociation will meet with the church at Kiddville next year Ills Life Saved icby Chamberlains Colic Cholera anU Diarrhoea RerB d- ytIBt Byer a well known coOp- er ofthistownsl1vsbc believes Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea tcm Y88ved his life lust summerk to had been sick for a month with what tbo doctors call bilious dysentery lnnd could get nothing to do him any good until he tried this remedy It gave him immediate relief says JI B T Little mercharit Hancock Md For sale by all dealeus in patent medicine I IiG ht AtOne HaVtlwCoet lien Coffeev bad better strength and nysocaUrcdif Hulk coffee at the same cornpared IAliillI The blizzard and snow storm of the Northwest reached here last Thursday in a much milder form We had frost Friday Saturday and Sunday mornings and an average low temperature during the days It was indeed a sud den change as Wednesday was a very hot day We are getting extremely dry and drinking wa ter as well as stock water is very scarce in many parts 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- W T Webb Clay City Ky For a bilious attack take Cham berlains Stomach and Live Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale bv all dealers in patent med icine ltaeeteSitutise 11r UMllgtlHSiKttf MtWMRAPHY IrWrIiK r IIGHTIII Aito WILBUR R SMITH LEXINCTON KY drenlu of Us fomou tad nnondM COMMERCIAL COILE6E OF KY UHWBIS1TT Awarded HcKbl at Worid Exporitloa I Eden to tbovitndi of gradate la tJo ctofFun Buataea Voar IncindlnaTt- tloa Doom and Board In family about uUelegraphJ8peei1iI I Startling Facts A E1 BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from a Paper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are at your We hold the field in Tanbark and Tits and are serviceIyour Uncle Sams Genuine cola for same market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that f it is to your best interest to give us your trader Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY t1 J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection A Dont fail to give him a call D H WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith WoodworkmanHo- rseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eatonshopat the old race crossing I t j N t n HEALTH keephouseDraught We have used it In the orally for over two years with the best of results I have not had a doctor in the boaro for that length of time It Is a doctor In lUolf and always ready to make a person well and nappy JAMES HALL Jacksonville Ill Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigorates the torpid liver ened kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary in the home where iskeptphsician aslBlack cuies biliousness dyspepsia COlds chills and headachesdiarrheas ailmentbecauseliver and so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS i t DLAIt DRAUGUTI j 1 The Sunny South tf FREEf L w ffiHowo get It t A POSTAL CARD I- i5 Snt fniv cifr one cent sixy55 a you Gfts Sunny South 11 fqr the 4rue Send only leads of Families Weeklys5rubllshed at Ga only SO cents a y year Circulation now over 7San- r The sample copy you receve will make you a regular Sunny South nester y paper Is not devoted to news but lI Tbem v romance fad and fictloi and Rives the of all within this wide field The most noted southern writers are amour Its contrlbutnrJ 5irCtto Sgrsny Reueh teems with the life of the great south The cenla sun andyof InJuslry The paper comes fragrant j rwih the breath of the maenoila and pine and out the veryair of the ornnife palm y and bay Thelbeauty and pathos the v romance and mystery of the land where the corn stores up the golden sunshine and ft y the cotton whitens In the moonlight iUbe given In the wellfilled columns of this fascinating iweekly slpnd on n Postal CnVd the 4 names and addressetof six of your neigh bus who would arrrKht th opportunity to cIaJ a copy of The Sunny South and one sample will be mlle free to each Audress tAl Communications to UhaSunnY5outh s Atlnntn Ga SPRING 1ooT Bluegrass Nurseries FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES GRAPE VINES SMALL FRUITS ASPARAGUS RHUBARBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue- on application Both Phones x H F Hillenmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADe OPY MARKSI mayQuicklytnyentlen tlonutrtctlrconddentlaL Uandbookon Patents patentrif l eriraitfelr l culatlon of an eclenUtla ournal Terms to aa J 1 too rnonthal Sold byall mewadelers Yorktit1 L u o Genet F G Powell and J B Rogers wont to Patsoy Sunday Win Ornbtreo and wife were guests of W T Huff ajul family Sunday night Mr V 0 Martin and family entertained a number of friends at their hospitable home Sun dayMiss Jennie Hattoir who has been in Knox county for several months returned home one day last week The Qenet base ball team play ed the Lombard Nino Sunday morning but was defeated They will try them again next Sunday The church services here Sun day were well attended as usual nHethe large audience He win preach here again on the 3rd Suit day in Oct Br Kimbrell Miss Eliza Harris has entered the public school at tbl place Hnrlin Wlhburn has bought and moved to the W L Adams farm JHss Dena Euib3 of Klddville Is visiting relatives hero thisweek Daniel F Blanton and Nelson Witt attended court at Mt Sterling last Monday- E II Bowles has bought of Ku fus Burton his farm and will short ly move to same Miss Florence WoodsltofPrlingsville is visiting her sister Mrs Andrew Crow this week Elder 31 V Lorison of ICnowl ton Powell county is preaching at the Chapel this week v 0illJ RhfusUurton has a 1 saleof stock and household this week arid will move to Bourbon county Henry Burton of Bloomingdale and Mrs Frank Stoker of Bourbon county visited relatives here this week The teachers association for Forks Magisterial district will meet at Ivinibrell Saturday Oct 3rd We have teen unable to get a program for publication Ed Edwards is president and Miss Dorsie Stockton vice presedent of the association The public is invited to be present Snow Greek Thesickat this place are nil improving Assessor Powell was in our midst lust week taking lists Henry Rice of Winchesteriv- isiting friends hero this week Miss Jessie Lowry of Ford Ky isvisitiugtfriOnds hero this week Albert Ghism purchased of John Sloiioa nice cow at private figures Ruben Martin purchased of Jack Parker some nice shoats at 4i cents i A crew of fishermen from near Mt Sterling is at Hutsons Mill this week Miss Maynie Lowry visited friends at Fordthe latter part of last week Miss Lillie Yivion and brother Lindsay were in Winchester several days last week Mrs Pearlie Hutson who went to Missouri last SPfing is visiting friends here this week Misses Nannie and Jennie Beri ryofArrylevisitedtheir grandparents the latter part of last I week trt lj rtIth JiC JIrq 1 r iChnrdJf I p lend wlfe of d r9rIthe tinro C1 and wife Saturday ltlttj Sunday j lt9bullJIJmltLogto Onefw N e Vaughn r Mlllr j lifliInstMorgan Gray and wife spent Sunday with 1fio itHer parents Mr and MrsiJOTfijush Several front tbis place attend ed Mt Sterling purt aild the Democratic speaking Monday Mr IJ1Il1Jt ecrgQfYrf spent Ir and Airs Newton PuckeiuS AVallersvjile Mr Pete ShTmfesseland fam ily of near LexU on came up Sunday to yisitlrolatives at this place Mr anal Mrs Frcil Ware visited the formers parents Alr and Mrs Bill 1V ey5aturdiiy and Sunday rv t Mr and Mrs Mbrgan J eioJ Stanton and I Riphn tyle pf Irvine werc gifmsof IJOLyle Sunday J Mesdames lV D + Lyle and f J- AI I Hall of Aliil are visiting their parents Mr ild Mrs A Shimfessol Mrs L iJ1 d a crowd of at her home Saturday YOUItIUS1l0r Of her niece pf Irvine Mr x ln wife of Pulaski Ira d N 19on aiid tfumlly ofQI ltrnt Sun e4layaIliesBa her t f G IV Clark s 1 tyro work mules for l two suck ing mules f6r17qmic W M so1dollel ub mule for r40 j 00I1 Mattie McKinney AnliiurC4ravott Net tie Bush and JoelJufavett spent Sunday with Dlrs Morgan Mc Kinney k AV IJ I1Ilrnds- ister Mrs AdalrneMcNahant of Mt Sterlingat viUingtheir- sist r Mrs Geo W Olark It has beh20 years s J1frlDoug ins left here nt sRys many changes have taken Jfplaco since tlidttiinc f CONSTITUTIONALSFAMENDMENT ToSo Voted On stlthe November Election CIIA1tTl 5O aalamendmsnttoKentucky Sm ofgeneralOR TOWNS OP provide for taxation folinnioipal put poses on personal petty incmnetlcenaeaa3 valorem tax Ucraol t 1 lpr IdQ4Cltles QO first class taeliuposltlonsuch property of njgSim rillroa street railway brldge gee water heating telojrtteae telegraph electric licit or eloei powertcem Paul rl James Whuley Batl county farmer living lie Sharneblirgrs- ohd over seven hj Bred dollars worth of 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coflstitutnta of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January u vim MEAT 8 1LALT CO Loulsrllle Ky Centfcmen llavlne examined your Meat and Malt and being thoroughly acquainted with ni composition and mode of manufacture I can Sate that Ills an eftclent nerve and blood tonic It ezeItes th and Invigorates digestion and Is especially beneficial In nervous and all dlM K attended wlthdeblllty Yours trulyI LDKASTENBINEMD LoulsyUle College of Pharmacy MEAVA MALT CO Loul vlllo Ky Irvin Ky Sept 14 1D3 It has been reported throughout the county by sonic unknown persona that I and my friends were against Jna A Wallace thu Republican nomlnco for olerkof the Estill Circuit Court I want tp Bay to the Itppubllcan voters of Es till county that I am for Jas A Wallace thtv nomlneCi and will vote forhiiu and do all in my power to elect him and I notew ask all my frienda to do the samo as it wouldbe Injustice tonic for niy friends to dg otherwise and I ask oUlelworldtoshoWhow tory 11aWITT tt tJ A t e aer J aa1uucYar f r EAST 1EffccticIDully ex Sun P nL IAMLv Lexington 225Ur I Winchester 310 82 a L E Junction 8 i2- 3Oluy 837 City 851 n t3 Stanton 400 2J 1 Natural Bridge 485 05- 4IforronL440 lobs IieattyviileTunoatil 101 O KJunct 011 11 2- OArJneksonC 55 1180 WBBT BOUND I Stations No3c Dully p M Nol ljmt II LvJaehson225is 25 0l KTunct 2 80 6211 11 BenttyvllleJunoO20 20 t Torrent 347 7114 NcOhi jIII Wlnchester 020 02- 3ArJMxiugton005 l6 iW NpsSnnd 4 mnkd close connectfoiisYor Cannel City and points on theOKDl- vlslon =r dally except Sunday Nos 1 t and 2 connect nt L A E Junction with C A O for JttSterllng and local points Nos 1IInll 2 connect at neltty ville Junction with I A fpr licntty- vllle i daily exceptSundnyj t J R nAnn OHAH SCOTT Gen Manager Gen IasHAgt 1 E J3J WEST 1 Wit a Sirnrnon tiFkiitwaro CoeSt Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section liz lts IdttLo isU1 andCincingatthouses J 3 r f t 1 I