You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 1, 1903. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1903 cla1903100101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 1, 1903. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tU Y f r J ittr j il f 1 f THE CLAY TTY TIMESI01 p 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to helpt 1rqrronldin Country and Ourselves J D Burgher Publisher VOk8 r CLAY CITY kY ESOAY OCTOBER 1903 NO 40 ndrc Locals Mr Tress Johnson of Vinton was here Friday on business Row R A Irvin went to Lex ington yesterday and let out the contract to plastertho new Pres byterian church Mr JNAndrew Gain proprie tor of the wellknown Versailles Hour mills was here Thursday looking after his splendid trade Mr Cain has been advertising his flours in the TIMKS for the past five years nndis well pleased with the results F A Lyon of Beattyville has announced in the Brethitt County News himself a candidate for State Senator subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party The district is composed of Pow ell Estill Madison and Lee coun ties 1 Winchester Court Avery large crowd was in town but very little business was trans acted especially in the stock line The protracted drought and the Consequent scarcity of grass and water acted as a damper on trade and buyers were few and far be tween Tho only semblance of activity Was in the weanling mule trade and n number of them changed lianas Owing perhaps to scare ity pQBturagq the proportion pf lfcrior11 lc was such larg er than Common Common toit s =ules brough 80 i s T 1 l We Sash Flooring doors St Store Fronts fair to good50 to 60 while a few sold for i0to75 Few real high grade mules were on hand as most of them have been sold privatelyAt Yards were about 125 cattle and most of these were sold about was the bestprice this for fairly good steers of 800 to 1000 Ibs most of time steers sold for 3i cts heifers at 2 j to 8 cts according to quality bulls 2 to 2i cts A number of cows were sold mostly by the head Winchester Democrat I I Official Duty Neglected In various places in the State where the County Judges and Mag istrates have violated the law by not furnishing public statement of the financial condition of their respective counties the Circuit Judges are giving special instruc tions to thd grand juries to inquire into the matter and indict tbe of fenders under the statute of neglect of official duty The penalty ranges from 8100 to 1000 andremoval from office The people have a right to know exactly how thler money is spent and it is well that there is a way of compelling the officers to grant this rightWin chester Democrat I sI Suicides JailElijah Bolin charged with kill fag Boyd Griffith in Breathitt county took a heavy dose of morphine in the jail at Jackson and died from its effects Hisvbroth ergava0ifedjrug to hum and hat 8111Cab Wt milllhtt 3 Ready For Business t Thefirm of Shimfessel Waldron haying been dissolved and time partnership closed Twill 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 A nice clenn wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me nod sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can bo suited hero ladies inn Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The Ol these goods is very reasonable and you should se our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets 6c Gapes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting continuance same I am Respectfully yours i C Shimfessel Rfi 1AKCF MFG doWinchester Ky Manufacture Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandasy Pickets irwaysShlngleslind Etc 8c We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt RoofingcFliritoldRoofimgY and Etow Send us Your Estimates PromtShlpmentSe iI 0 v ir 2 J r 7 J I r I RAM EstllICo tiers Association To be held t Is Chaptl Saturday tl 3t 1903 1000 li at Exercises Address I IcomeW G Pat tickRespons 3 ipt Miller History tJ it and how I teach it 0 terri4 Reading best method of teaching it Stevens Music The edu Value of good houses flL1OgB and good grnandeIt I3randenburg and Newton Tuttle r The teach ills training and common aaifBl =Anna Congleton and Lula Orb hp The eduoa al spirit of the com munity Hi prove itJ H WilsonAdjournni K rnooh 100 Mus i Value of ht iexerclsesDor sic Stockton 11hat are tl ruatest needs of the Public S- CfSupt Miller Music How do YOtho composition Ul a Wilson iiow prevIregular attendance Lillie TiptoN Vnlueott drawing Anna Prather a t HoW secure erat1 gf4- Lht i tJ1jtrop 7nII j f i8 eamettp to the full measurertifhI fdty andwe will make this tbtTbeftttaslltiation ever held iutbecptinty Trustees patrons oil teachers and friends to tl1 cause of educa Lion are cordially invited in attend E E EmvAniiVice Pre ident A Lovfretter Would not interest if youre looking for a gnajjanteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes i I suffered with an Ugly sori year but a box of BuqkiensJATnica Salve cur WIt1ealve on earth 256 at SwannDwtbrCoe store irvlne Items Irvine + eraldl 3 F West who has been in California on a visit to relatives arrived home Sun Mr West is very much relieved of the hay fever from whiclrjho has been a sufferer for several years as the result of his tripV BF Wilcorjiwhq has been in poor health for yeral months left for 1tj S6 r where he hopes to rogerhis strength Mr Wilcox Bail elatives at soy oral points in thovesfand lie expects to visit t fem all belo- leretnrningtit Richardson Witt at Wesiyihe was broken into last ftday night and four or five ln cash and a number ofuote ore taken from the safe which ms Mown open No clew has jbeSHiIdiscovored so far its to who tli l iefwa- sI OnM n1ay tfetight enrod daughter of Samuel Giriter of yahorse6rdh i1151 w 4 1A oJ f Ji Y i ing the scalp fearfully but not fracturing the skull Dr Hood the attending physician is of the opinion that she will recover Thos Williams will begin the erection of three fine brick stores shortly on the Cockrill lot on main street Jas Stevens has the contract to furnish the brick and has begun work on the first kiln The buildings will be one story with the front run up to correspond with the Richardson building which they will join I I Broke Into His House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by invasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his troub le was arrested and now hes en tirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 26c at SwannDay Lbr Cos store Trial of Assassins in Owsley In the Owsley Circuit Court Joe Dan Sam and Robert Allen are being tried on the grave charge of assassinating Delaney PetersPeters assassination was prov- en to be one of the deepestlaid conspiracies ever known in the States history andthe evidence against the accused is so strong that nothing but a verdict of death for each is expected The 1 1izbtthe people of Boone ttefyiiJfI 4i s= oolnpih ted it trial of Alonzo Onywood for the killing of Rose He was senton ced to two years penitentiary service A much heavier verdict in the case was generally expect ed and tiiiH it seems has added to the feeling against the Aliens No indictment has been found by the grand jury against the assassins of County Judge Hy den although this murder occur red nearly a year ago Saves Two From Death Our Little daughter had an al most fatal attack of whooping cough and Bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when nil other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in nn ad vanced stage also this wondorful medicine and today she is perfect ly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 60c and 100 bottles guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co Trial bottles free The Sick Mrs Marion Williams of near Virdon is quite low at her home with complication of diseases Dick Barnett of Vaughns Mill has five children very low with fever To Hang December 18 The date of execusion of Curt Jett the convicted assassin of James Cockrill has been fixed for December 18 The prisoner was sent to the Louisville jail for safe keeping The Mysville jail the place first selected for the criminal was full up and he could not lie entertained there L Confession of a Priest I Itev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yelrow Jaundice consulted a number of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no re lief Then I began the use of E lectric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had mo in its grasp for twelve years It If you want a reliable medicine for Liver nnd Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get E lectric Bitters Its Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co Only 60c Farm For Sale Ninety acres of cood land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN Osnonx SpoutSpring Ky ft The Balance i I Wheel amomentThe a vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slug gash theres something wrong will move 8558 miles in n year and 5 dropadegreeHoft take chances Let J me clean and oil and put your watch in order for a year It will pay and J satisfy you B t T v l riiv 1 eI ctm JA Isii s The many little ways ni which you could economize it you only triedOpen 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 PROFESSIONAL mans OddurnwalH4P W WfbdM PPPgnr Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY BR SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Ahead in Flour Well we should sayso So far ahead that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily have become standard brands There ore hundreds of flours to choose from but the housewives know that MANSFIELDS is thi best It 13 milled from the very best wheat on an uptodate roller millrun by water power It is white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry That it why we are ahead in flour Buy it from your grocer No greater cost but much greater value EG Mansfield Son H088LYN KY SPOUT SPRING Miss Mary Burgher of Lock nane visited relatives near here last week Mr and Mrs Lloyd Todd visit ed Mr E H Gravett and family at Log Lick Saturday and Sun dayTommy Qhristopher returned Sunday from a visit to his sister Mrs Austin R Lowry at Pilot ViewMrs J Wilmott McKinney of Clark cotthtdKvisitgd l er iiioflme Mrs Jas F McKitfhey flalt weekCharley v Grow will shortly sell out and move to Indiana to make that state his home in the future Benny McKinney sold twenty head of 800lb heifers to a Montgomery county dealer for 2it centsAllen Orsborne who has epi lepsy has improved sonic recent ly and is now able to go about againDirs H S Daugherty after a few weeks visit to relatives in this part of Kentucky has re turned to her home at Hudson IllinoisThe new telephone company will take out all telephones at this place except one and all oth ers on the line between this place and Irvine Elder Warner of Ford will supply at the Baptist church Sat= urday and Sunday in the absence of a pastor The church will call another pastor in a short while Thos Williams the Democratic nominee seems to have a walk over in the race for Circuit Court Clerk He has the name of being the poor mans friend and the mass of voters are for him Pastor Crawford preached his initial sermon at the Methodist church Suiidaymaking quite a fa vorable impression with his con gregation at this place and we anticipate successful years pas torate under his charge Mr and Mrs Thos S MoKin J noy left Monday for Hudson Ill I where they will visit relatives for a couple of weeks They will stop at Lexington on their way and the formers brother Marion MoKinney for a day or two r L i THE TIMES ruitLisiiKD EVERY TUUUSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Sobscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad 1 ance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday Oct 1 1003 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 8100- II Cincinnati Enquirer 10II Louisville Commercial 75 IC Home and Fnrm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS Vole UKIIIESENTATIVK AVo are authorized to announce ALBERT EAHTKU of Powell county candi date for Kepresenative of the 73r Legislative district composed of Estill and Powell counties subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JO II MACKEV of Powell county candi date for Representative or the 71rd Leg = islatlve district of Powell and Estill counties subject to the actioi of the Democratic party Call for Convention The Democrats of the Seventy third Legislative district of Ken tucky are called to meet at the courthouses in the counties of Estill and Powell on Saturday the 3rd day of Octtober 1003 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 nd the- said et ie cgnYenton isbcreby i cAlled toiiiQetontthli ici dot Oc t be GiiABiT FRIEND Ch Estill Col Dem Glom W D JACKSON Oh Powell Co Dem Com The Great Speech of Caleb Powershas been published in pamphlet form and is being circulated as campaign literature They might also have printed and circulated Mr Franklins speech but such as that is just what they dont want read One Republi can paper was offered 500 to print the testimony as it was give en in the Powers trial but of course it refused the offer It was also offered 110 if it would only print Governor Bradleyi testimony as given in one of the conspiracy cases This it also re fused The truth in these cases must be kept from the honest and justiceloving members of the party that they may retain their suffrage Wm Hall of Bowen is being urged by the Republicans to make the race in Powell for Circuit Oourt Clerk but he is not likely to do so Mr Hall is a business mana man of intellect and forethought and being such ho is1 fully aware of the fact that he can not beat Morgan Lyle and that the race will only call for an expense of time and money which he can not afford to take from his business without some hope for success The Republican platform of Kentucky in their condemnation ormurder in Servia as well as lentucky might also have included Spain had not President esevelt shot a Spaniard in the back and killed him as ho Tan from the great and boisterous bravado I High Lip Ii the Farm Oounfr a are ifow on j yingbel1er niuti ually do TJi i have befllid mutton overy at a very ligh expense Tli stock is worlli virtually notl aifd they Mil enjoy the H of fresh meat morn easily tlitt vlien thor aniI mals cat be splctforUving prices and numbers arttorv being consumed on thelfiiin because a fair price for thengifimot be realized In this one w astt the alleged Kepublijcan prosperity is helping fllen5o Bt II having atet ter living It seems to be up to our rural friends tcf eat lip what they raise away Livestock are ottglroit prices all around writer ever knew them e Whomust bear the blatnejfbr the prevailing depression hi time stock mar ket J Last fall iA isthecr that John G WhilQjwould be elected to Congress rnrthe usual Democratic nlajoriiwasdoubled and Hopkins electjl by 8500 The aro now just as confident of ttieirjfuccgss in the electing of tli stato ticket this fall as they were of Whites suc cess last yearind the result will be equally as disappointing to them in November Strange some peoplqfcant see some things 11 The Great eech of Caleb Powers novvlp used as Republican canipaitn literaturoJms appended tlie editorial in the Lexington Herald bearing on the conviction of ewers for his part of the Gmffol assassination When Republicans look to and use such dirty sheets for cum Ipaigjn matterfwo dont see why an lleiI1b tlk iouldfail to see 14iitis tlie l H ken hiyof tlm party it ProfeS 4 tci serve One reason given by Judge Beckner for refusing to divide time with Uncle NapoM JTayj yesterday was Jtliat he didnt know how long Hewould Want to talk to tell liis home people the reasons for his Jficalchnnge of heart It ouh aot to take long to tell it We all know that it is summed up in oneword Pie Winchester Dcntocrat Since the deathtof Congressman Boreing irt the Eleventh district there has sprung up a dozen or more candidetes to fill the vacancy Minting the num ber are Col D 5 Colson and Ed Parker Boreings two oppo nents for thepl when ho ran in the primary lnstyeitr for the nomination Wi J 0 Sheightibf the right name When hejbecamo so unpopular with thbm iQinocratic par ty like Beckne and JilcOarty he turned over Wnil is now run ning for SecrotarydofStateonthe Republican tick Hgfpr Spite t off The Alabama Legislature has just enacted a limes Which prohib its Sunday basfeall playing This is a goodiliv ami every state iiithe Uiiiou shiuldpaSS a smilar will rjDonut forget iuass convert tion at Stanton S turduy to select delegates to d fie district convention at Srrlne the lOfh Every Domocrafc trnbe county should be present The muss convffiwpn at Stanton Saturday yrjlflmtrojB1 the next Representative from this district into it isPowa1l taint to name the Dcm iocratmctil muse r i I S K 1 Qov Beckham spoke at Bowl big Green Monday and was cheered by ever 0000 people filled wltli enthusiasm to the brim STATE OF OHIO CITY OK TOLEDO I LUCAS COUNTY ssl FBAKK J CnicNKV makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of FJ CiiENisY Co doing bus mess In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of GATAnnn that cinnot be cured by the use of HALLS OATAnnu CURE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 I SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CnBNKY k Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c nails Family Pills are the b- estCured j At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil WrVeteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age it does not readily itself to ordinary treatment is however hope for sufferers In Dr Mi es Heart Cure which we know from watching hundreds of cues tJid from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is riot onlya wonderful cure for weak and regulatorof effective treatment ever formulated for ira proving the circulation of the blood Duri the Civil war I contrasted heart grandoldworse I left there with my wife to visit sisterinlaw Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke- Va said nothing to anronCl Weyer expected to live to return to the old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should Dr MIes Heart Cure I cured a few bottles of it al othe Nenine- and Tonic After usipg one or two bottles 1 could see no improvement and I despaired of ever fin brtter but faithful in sisted on keeping it up which I did1m soon began in earnest and I took in all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old am comparatively a boy You sir are a and I cheerfully recom sufferinghumanityJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addref Di Miles Medical CoEl bart Ind 7f 13f THE = JtWinchester Bank rINCORPORATED fc N H WmiEnsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 JO Wo solicit the accounts ofindividigals firms and corporations 542 fOL f City Hotel t i N J II EATON Prop o Table supplied with the best the Y markert affoids Everything neat and clean Rates SI 00 per day i MACHINE SHOP rtfILL KINDS OF k Machinery We Keep lo Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies 4 WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3J 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers andqothers Ci The press on which this paper ii printed tii driven by a Hagan Engine i i Lfe CHAS MGrM 51 WIHOHESTEB KY j G== 5 rtvY fl5i M BAILEY Merchant ant Cu- stomMILLERI 1 T CLAY CITY KY h oJ a t IIf Custom work six days in the week 7 fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tolc 4 HriHHr+ + t1 O Htt- t Littlepage Son 3 DRUGGISTS ij I I S Clay City Ky i i r J jdMedicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery und Etc 3 c iPntent Prescriptions carefully compounded j r- I H X + + c +t K +Kt+ H ++ +tt++ i I x it The Whitest White Cake f The Lightes Light Rolls tr And Flakiest Biscuit Are lUn a Whon Yon UNO r I I Pearl and Bakers Pride lour JJ Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed iiMANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KYiI Sold by our LeadlnHlIerrhnnts724 Subscribe fop Clay Repairedf THE TIMES lt f J Za f rt r F t = fr9= THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY OCT t 1903 d LOCAL BREVITIES The foot hall season is upon our colleges with its usual fatalities T 11 Barr general manager L E was here from Lexing ton Tuesday- II G Walters is home from tho mountains where he is en raged in business Wheat has gone down and Hour bus gone up More prosperity for the armer Misses Ulevie and Gallic McKinney of Spout Spring were shopping in town Tuesday Pastor J T Turpin will hold a protracted meeting with his church at Tilson next week f Mrs W A Elingron has re turned from a twoAveeks visit to friends at Talega and Athol Some older citizens say they never saw so many frosts in Sep tember as there have been this yearProf Frank Edwards the not ed vocalist is conducting his second singing school at Loin bard Squire John W Tuttle and E M King of Kimbroll were in Clay City Saturday and gave the TIMES office a call Mr and Mrs A P Steele are the proud patents ofa liras new l6y which arrived at their home Monday Sept 21st 7 T Mrs J B Eaton who hasbeen quite sick for some days is now convalescing and we hope to soon see her out again Drinking water has become very scarce in Clay City and ma ny are getting water from the river for general purposes The Richmond Circuit Court adjourned Saturday after the grand jury made 84 indictments Three of them were for murder Misses Dollie Christopher and Nora Todd two pleasant young ladies of Spout Spring were here Tuesday getting some dental work done For a pleasant plysic take I Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in elFeot For sale by all dealers in medicineGrant tho Vienna mer 1chant was here yesterday and had some posters printed advertising his stock of goods dt cost to close 011 t- landquit business Sam Carr has bought of W R I Cassidy tho two lots on which his I dwellingburned a few months a go and will build a nice residence on the site of the late Cassidy I home I Wo have rondo clubbing n- rIrllng mcnts with the Cincinnati I Daily Post by which wo can send I that paper daily and the TIMES l both one year for 2 00 the price I of the Post alone I I Mr Nelson Rogers and Miss IT Ie1llllryBukertluughterof at I the home of the bride in Wal torsville Thursday Sept 24 j Rov RA Irvin ofliciated 7 I t 0E2 d Eld J M Rash of Winches ter spout Tuesday with his son J Crews Rash Elder Rash lies done a great deal of evangelical work this fall having held nine protracted meetings so far Mr T B Stone of Illinoise writes to us to change his paper from Kerrick to Siblcy that State He is now employed us foreman on a section of land ut the latter place at a handsome salary G R Watson a merchant of Simcoei a new station on the Kentucky Northern was here Wednesday lie isa brother to Henry Watson the telephone nun and was on his way to Mt Sterling to visit his brother Louis Pilcher representing anew work of the Scientsfic American was here Friday Mr Pilcher is a newspaper man of considerable experience He us ed to edit the Nicholasville Dom ocrat and later the Lexington Democrat James Bloom has about decid ed to move the Henry business house now occupied by him as a residence to the corner lots be tween the Company store and the saloon When lie moves this house he will build a nice resi dence on the lots where the store house now stands A Tight Game A big hall game was played here Sunday between tho homo team and the Bellevue Browns The Clay City boys won by one score after a hotly contested and hard fought game The Belle vue team ia accredited as being the strongest team that ever matched the local club Our boys say so and they Celtainly ought tQ know Dry Weather Contltnues No rain yet and we are now dryer than we have been for some time It was cloudy Sunday morning and when it began rain ing it appeared nsif though it had put in for at least the tiny but the rain was very light and hnd but little effect upon oven the dust and it was dusty as ever in the afternoon This light shower was followed by a drop in temperature and frost Sunday and Monday nights The frosts thoughninny in number have done but slight damage to vegetation He Learned a Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that he once said toMistress Wesley Why do you tell that child the slime thing over and over again John Wes ley because once telling is not enough It is for this same reason that you are told agajh and again that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip r that it counteracts any tendency of of these diseases to result in pneu monia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all dealers in patent medicine NOTICE I All persons wanting photOS Ua c should come during tho month of September for their work as Iwill leave town Oct 1st for a short a- clltionJ W HKNHY u W R Smiths College Lexington Ky Is where hundreds of clerks far mer boys and others have invested SCO to 890 for tuition and board for an education and are now get ting 81000 and over ayear Read ad and Keep this notice for refer ence Remember that in order your letters may reach this college address only WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky h 11 Louts Dl Puckett of Iron Mound EJM county was in town y t v and left an order withtus tdfprsome sllle bills Ire will elll ublic outcry soy oral head pffcSftle and hogs and farming jlijiplamonts The sale will be on Tu day Oct 0 beginning atj olock at his resi dence on WOdg vards Greek Gained FbrtyyPounds In Thirty Days For several 1f9nUls our younger brother nadTtJeen troubled with in digestion Ilirtripd several reme dies but got no benefit from them We purehns soma of Chamberlains y tStoinncbj and Liver Tabh tH and he commenced tttkmg them Inside of thr lays he hud gained forty pounds of llesh He is now fully recovered We have a good trade on t i ITouEvHfibHnos lI r Mo For salejjjv all dealers in pat ent MovIngtStore House Mr Ilcnry Waldron has let tho contractor the moving of his mammoth store building to N A Po v3llof Winchester Mr Powell J8 the building now across the railroad and will in a few days hh the structrne safe on street This buildingI1vialacid to the appearance oftis street when properly trimmed up Onlya Very Few Published It is impossible for the proprie tors to publish inbre thnnn very few of the numerous letters received in praise of chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrluca Remedy and it8 cmarkble cures ATTheyeverywalk in life and from eviTy1tato in the Union The following rfrorn Mr T W Greathouse ofv Prattsburg Gai liaverbeen dead nowvbiittfor the ue of Chamberlain1 sj ic Cholea and Diafrliteii R jnedy It CUaed nlo of chronic diarrhcGiuafter seven years of suflering 1 canL never say too much in paise of that remedy For sale byuH dealers in patent medicine A BadfMan Alton King was arrested here Sunday by Pojiggnian Walden and was taken to Richmond the following 1aylfecscupe from the chain gang pf that city a couple of years ago and is also wanted at Stantonfwhere he broke jail recently He is regarded as a desperate characterWinches- ter Democrats Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through His While opelllngllwxJ C Mount of Three Mile nayrN Y ran a len pony nail throughthe fleshy part of his hand 1 thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me lie sayaand im medi ately applied ChamVerlains Pain Balm and afterwards To mysurpriseitremovedall pain and soreness parts were soon healed r For sale by nil dealeas in patent medicine 1 12 rJ tt At One Half tbe Co- stLion Coffee andflavoredfancy brands Bulk aflee atthe same price iTot to be com pared wJJjLten iii quality rAT a4 Igkt +ge lr t44t Trustee Election Dont forget the election of school trustees in the country districts Saturday Tick quali fied men for the place and men who are most interested in the schools und you will stake no niistake and have better schools next year Too much attention can not be given to this impor tant matter Do OoodIt Pays A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than real estate deeds soiie of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gentlyshow sympathy and lend a helping hand You cannot possibly lose by it Most men appreciate n kind word and encourage ment more than substantial help There are persons in this community who might truthfully say My dosIeswill rid you of you cold and there is no danger whatever from pneumonia when you use that medicine It always cures I know it for it has helped me out many a time Sold by all dealers in patent molicineI print Powers Demo for ave of the now oc store Ky Business I le I potltloni O BpWlti under Ma I If deilrn onlp Ky StartlingKENTUCKYThe As E1 Set the Pace and r t ALkour Mammoth Store t Nicei New Clean Standard kets of tho East We can I the- mEverything need at prices so low as to gotI I from a Wed ding Trousseau to a Bring on your produce and ket affords Nice We hold the field in your Uncle Sams Genuine market values in exchange it is to your best interest Remember our CLAY CITY J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in Connection 23 Dont fail to give him a call t I FEMALEWEAKNESS M2 12 Congress St PORTLAND MAIn Oct 171M1 superiortoand I know whereof I I Buf fered for nine months with suppressed menstruation which completely pros tratjdtne my bock and sides and I would have blinding headaches My limbs would swell up and I would feel so weak I could not stand up I naturally fen discouraged for seemed to be the help of physicians but Wine of Cardui came as a ClodBend to me I felt a change for the better within s week After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the becameithat aU suffering women knew of Its good qualities Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness Wino of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of twenty cases of irregular 4menses bearing down pains or f any female weakness If are discouraged and doctors have failed that is the 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 The Sunny Sout- hFREE i How to get it A POSTAL CARD Sent fcxay costs one anttalll bring to you AnyoUI six neighbors whose names And o Addresses you send u- sthe SUnny Southfor the current Issue J Send only Heads of Families I This I the SOuth Great Literary Weekly z j published stAUnnu otyr Cents a 15000Iwilt make jp you a regular Sunny South Reader The f paper Is not devote to news but literature I bestBf southern writers are aranrp Its contributors i5 Two good serials are always In progress fe from pens of national fame Oie Vunnv Sanit teems with s2 the life of the great south The genial sun V shine warms everything Into activity and I if the season Is never told enough to check the hand of Industry The paper comes fragrant Q with the breath of the magnolia and pine and palmfjj romance and mystery of the land where the corn stores up the golden sunshine and 35 the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be given In the welt flled columns of this fasci- nating3 weekly 2 Send on a Porntnl Card the jC names and addresses of six of your neigh x bors who would appreciate the opportunity to 7 read a copy of The Sunny South and t sample will be mailed free to each C Address clll Communications iS 6e SUnny oneI p Atlanta Ga e SPRING 1003 Bluegrass Nurseries FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES OEAPE VINES SMALL FRUITS- ASPARAGUSRRUBARBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Both Phones H F Hilleumeyer Soiv LEXINGTON KY EXPERIENCE CO YEARS I TRADE MARKSI t Anyone sending a sketch and description msr onr opinion an invention is patentabte Communiea tionsstrtctlyconedentfalIlandbookonPatentsI Patents taken tbrouah eo receive j notice without charge la tho t Scientific flitiericam A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tararest cir culation of aclentlDc Journal Terms 13 a 1 rear i four months fL eo by newsdealers UNM CO3 IBroadWlrnNewDYork- t Branch Offlco 6 F Bt t I I II p a v Virden Clay demons is very ill with fe ver Charloy Hinds bought acowfor 825 J W Baker is making molasses this week- Al Baker bought a cow of Uncle Ras Fisher for 830 1I Aunt Mandy Abney is visiting Mrs D C Morehead this week Al Baker has rented a farm in Clark county and will move in a few days C C Curtis and wife were the pleasant gues of Mr and Mrs Stevenson at Right Angle Saturday and Sunday Log Lick Sunday school closed at this place Sunday but will open up again next spring Miss Sallie Gravett spent tho past week with her grand parents at Spout Spring There will prayer meeting at this place every Thursday night Every body is invited Miss May Dee Tuggle spent the past Saturday and Sunday with rel atives in Winchester Messrs Clay Combs and Ira Will of Hedges made u business trip to this place the past week Mr C Wills and family visited the family of Mr Nick Puckett at Saws Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Lloyd Todd and little son Earl visited the family of R H Gravett from Saturday until Suriday Kin1brell awoodat this place C H Withrsbns bought ot John Clem his farm and will move to same in a short time Miss Dorsio Stockton visited her mother at Waco from Friday until Sunday of lastweek Johnson Harris bought of Elihu Puckett two hogs weight about 160 Ibs each at eight dollars per head The saw millof Gentry and Pnckett has closed down on account of failure of their supply of water Rev Crawford the new pastor of the Muthodist church at Jackfionp chapel held his first service last Saturday night and Sunday morning Ho made a good impression on those present Vaughns Mill Cliff Douglas and Bill Swope of Clark county came up Satur dayThe sick folks at Dick Barnotta and Green Snowdens are all improving slowly- G W Bush 0 0 Daniel Jr and D R Daniel went to Win chester Monday Cliff Douglas of Plum and Win Swope spent Monday night with George and Charlie Bush Mr Dan Jackson and wife and Nath Jackson of Kibdville were guests of W L Jackson Satur day and Sunday Mr BillLarison and Stanley Baber left Friday for Kansad City Mo where they will make their future home Mrs Dan Jackson and little son of Winchester and Mrs IV- L Jackson and daughter Miss Fannie worn guests of MrU11d Mrs Morgan McKinney Monday Ii w Mr i W1H1w tewen to Mt Sterliliay to see her brother Mri1iD9bghiSo Paxton Ill wl as on his way lionie andto yj ors Adaliiie McNaham MrsSCIIitks sister Mrs Jim ITinneiiintjL hildron of Kiddville Itf fhci Mrs Jolter Swopd andt l iJfire11 of Side View and Mr ti iJ Mrs Willie 01Swopeni cairn arc vimffiMrs Bettie Riley and s WesflBend E R HiridjRJB ill Lqxingtori on ess There is nojjmprOvementln the health of WGEvernitih Bro Conte ll be our new preacher fdr tntfeomiiig year Mrs Mandy Case of Ill noisis- Ylsttmgber 8 8tert Mrs S B Ev ernian I Miss LillieWelch of= Rosslyn visited friendssere Satufdayand Sunday S Jarnei Robert and Edmon Hinds were ill Stanton Sundayi onbtlsinessMissesEditliRoberts and Mudge Welch were ii lay City Satur day on business 1 Mrs J D JacKson of Win Chester visitefflSrs James Hen sley Wednesdays John Hudson and daughter Minnie Winchester Sat urday on business Mrs BettieJEverman visited her son WillQsalHhis place from Friday untilMOnday Miss Mayzi Wphnspn of Stan ton visited h isterMr Maud EasterSaturdaTiand Sunday xlr3frs MarL licEilearsoti vis = J edherdllughf ci Jizzie atRiglr AnglerSaturda fand Sunday T Mr Jaines Ev jrjnan and family of Bath countyare visiting Mr Hinds parents Mr and Mrs Presley Everman There will be ipreaclung here Saturday Suuaayr anti bYJtJ1ewpastorLet him Miss Edith andjJas Roberts en tertained a nuriibfrof friends Saturday night witlii social Among those present wonjPi Misses Lillie Welch5RosslynMaggieIjjQhnson ofStantonNanniafandjJennieBer ry GordieEvernl8ln Ydung Jessie Lee Hllrriml1nnie More head Myrtle fHa dix Madge Welch Messrs Milton Moreliead Sam King Edward Binds and Raylom of Eiddrijle SkyScraper For Lexington Lexington is toeanow eight story building our mill and Short streets It will be built by the Security Tnttt and Safety Vault Co and will bo occupied by them as offices CON8TITUTIOWAWAMENDMENT ter To Be Voted On Jtfth November Elec tleit rnCHAPT nLIIbyIroa TOWNS OP Art 1CI1SS to pro purposes Incomelkensesad valorem tax thanProvided cUle jjthe first class 1110lmpositlpnsuch property of VMm railroad gasWaterelectric ilglitor i Zpawsr ieoai- DAny 3- C 1 SOME A GREAT OFFERS 1 PICK AND CHOICE OF THE BEST JOURNALSI- n our Clubbing List Wi will send the Cincinnati Post doUr and either of the fgljbiving Journals BOTH ONE YEAR as follows V VfA The Cincinnati Post Dully a1 Hi yThe Commoner Edited byW J Bryan 2 75YOhio Farmer V V l r 7240v i f National Stockman and Farmer r j 2 50 Indiana Farmer r x43 American Farmer Monthla i r J 210 Madame New Monthly Magazine for Women Who think 2 10 Atlanta Constitution Weekly 286 Cincinnati Weekly Enpuirer 250 Womans Home Companion 275 Farm and Fireside 2 110 Louisville W Courier Journal 2 50 ew York Tribune Farmer f 1 e v 2 50 Success i j 2 75 American Boy r v2 60 Good House Keepiog 2 75 Pearsons Magazine 2 75 Memphis Appeal Weekly 235 Ladies World 235 The Cincinnati Post Daily for Six Months And either of Inc following Journals for ONE YEAR as follows The Commoner Edited by W J Bryan 52 00 i Ohio Fariner 175 National Stockman and Farmer 7 1 75 Indiana Farmer 1 76 American Farmer Monthly MM 1 45 Madame New Monthly Magazine for Women Wlio Think 140 Atlanta Constitution Weekly 2 10 j Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 185 V mans Home Companion N 1 200 j Farm and Fireside 7 1 50 Weekly CotlrierJournaIh w l 85 New York Tribune Farmer p 1 85 SnccssL 2 00 ir w + American Boy i Id A f r 186 i Good IloaseKeeping tJil 2 Q 1 412O0MemphisLadles World M f iM y+N nfj = Jlsf6tr f tH d Tne Pest+ albneforTUneu attJ S2 n 00 1z ij ly Sil Jrr W JfJw z Four ycrs1j Three H m lvo roO- One 30 Subscriptions maybe either new or renewals We will send ulsy of the Journals jiioted above and THE CIN3t NATI POST to one or different addresses if desired i Send your order to ue direct or hand same to our agent jhyourtown postmaster or rural mailcarrier who will give same prompt attention r MEATS MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky Januarys 1931 MEAT MALT CO Louisville KT kntleroen HaThir enndnedyoarMeitandtfaltr- ation and belo thoroughly is comIMltion andnode of I can- state that it is an emclent nerve and blood tonic It excites the and Invigorates digestion and especially beneficial In us prostration and all w debility L KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy AfCAt MALT CO Lout vlltK J Irvine KySellt14I003- It has boon reported throughout the county by sonic unknown persons that I and my friends wore against Jaa A Wallaca the Republican nominee for clerk of tho Eatlll Olrcul Court I want to say to the Republican voters of Ea tlll county that I amtof Jas AWal lace the nominee and will vote for him and doall in my power to elect him and I now ask all my friends to do the Bnino as It would be Injustice tome for jjiyfrlcnds to do otherwise and I ask that this statement bo published tothe world to show how 1 stand in the mat tcr H0WiTT i 5i L I- c e r I r I IILexingtonDully ex Sun Stations P m Dally ex AM Lv Lexington 325 745r1 Winchester 310 821 1 L E Junction 823 887 Olny City 350 Dtlh- I Stanton 400 i2J II Natural Bridge 4 8S DIH Torrent440 1008 BenttyvilleJuncOlt 1029 O K Jutlet 011 11 20 Jaekson0Wi 1J30 WEST BOUND Stations No 3 Dally P ii Sun 1 I No1ILv Jackson 222IIO K Junct 2 80 621 BeattyvllleJunc 020 7 26 Torrent 847 744INatural Bridge 401 801I Stanton 480 SIOlivv Oitv 409 83711 LE Junction 50 0 10iWinchester 620 02- 3ArLexingtonOUS i 1010- NoaSand 4 mnko close connections for Cannel Oity and pont on the O K j Division dally except Sunday Nos lIand 2 coilnect at J4B junction with i C poiutdS05Benttyvllle i z JR BAlm gen Manager flOTABBfiWBST i with Simmons HaI ware Oo4ISt Louis Mo will make regulartrips tlirouh this section Freight equalized with Louisville und Cincinnati houses 3 1r I i f 1 I t = = = iT