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J q eJ 1 r 1C J rieJ J y s 1J THE CLAYfI tTY TIMES1 50Cchts a Year in Advance We are hereto help Clay e Sooniing Country and Onrselres J E Burgher Publisher VOLB I CLAY CITY JKKlSptiJRSlAy OCTOBER 8 1903 NO 41 The Stanton Convention Pursuant to a call of district and county chairmen the Democrats of Powell county met in mass convention in the courthouse at Stan ton Saturday Oct 3 forth pur pose of selecting and instructing delegates to attend tho Legislative convention at Irvine Oct 10 Hon John McKinney was made chairman and Romulus Jackson secretay A motion to go to tho Irvine convention uninstructed was lost Albert Easter was placed in nomination by Judge G M Derickson and 0 II Mackey was nominated by A H Norton The vote being taken showed a major of tho house for Easter The dele gates were then instructed to cast the three votes of Powell for Albert Easter for Representative in the general convention at Irvine and to vote as unit on all questions com ing before the convention The following gentlemen wore appointed delegates by the chair to attend the IrvIn convention John D Atkinson T D Ware R P Rose W D Jaokson G W Clark W G Frazier A H Norton WmI Townsend J M Welch R L Daniel G M Derickson D D Potts R Jackson J H Burton Abe Rucker andnll other good Democrats who may attend the convention The convention then adjourned t amid good feeling and party harj m nyandcvery assurance that the 1 uacarelectron 11 tNN W We Sash doors Ceiling Blinds Pickets Shingles and Etc Public Speaking at Stanton At Stanton Friday afternoon Hon Jl B Kihsolving who so ably championed the cause of D cy in the memorable ca npaign of aYtidiscusspeople of Kentucky Let the citi zens of Clay City and vicinity turn out in masse and give him a rou ing reception Remember the date Faiday Oct 9th 1 p m The TIMES in behalf of the loyal Dem ocrats of Clay City hereby extends the hospitality of our town and respectfully requests the distinguished orator to give our people one oT those good old Democrats C sermons for which he has become world renowned Broke Into His House S Le Quinn of Vt was robbed of his health by invasion of Chronic Constipa tion When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his troub le was arrested and now hscn tlrely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 25o at SwannDay Lbr Cos store Never so Near Dry Hardwicks ereek was said to be nearer dry before the ruin this week than ever known b the oldest inhabitants living o the stream It has boon stoppo running for some time omf sever holes were dried pp +1 C i W rtnnrt t LQ1i Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the businessat the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder oftthe old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall MillineryY- ou can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatlyCtrimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The wbeforeCapeYAT COST and if you are looking for something in thislline at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock r Thanking the public for past patronage and earnosUylj soliciting continuance of same lam Respectfully yours C Shimfessel r1 IwANcE MFG Cot Winchesferky MarufactUrfe Flooring Weatherboarding Varnhdas Stairways StoreFronts Cavendish customary We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Hoofing Fllntoid Roofingtand Etc Send us Your Estimatesk IrromtShipments to 1 1wciI 1 c t t 4 i6 t r th y i40Ii Mf e- r y r K f- st u a w iv T t t fa t twLIF OalaaaN JvrttState r el4romtlll par is of thcSt tI wth t the Dena ocrats de large gains in every e ifo that has- on i Jlaf2 11 except at Cdayslrte Ir ro hiaj emocrasl a o by supple- Jllentlly when II largely company rtiib1tJAion compose d In Lexingtoijt alone the Dem crate gain aott j500 Louis ville hastliayE registration but today will show a Democratic gain F4 t+ Utter WOJlJdQ erectyou if you looking for a traranteed Salve for Sores Bumlfw lles Otto Dodd of Ponder Ot wtltesI suffered with an uglysore tfpr a year but box of Buck ip Arjuca Salve cured me It8tWiew33aivo on earth 25c at SwaniwfeftxFiJbr Gos store EItems ja idj Robt Blokburnof Stanton and Robtel1lof Clay City I were in towW iiveekT- own 1a David Cox nighdI 1 6 Harvey leJone of our most prom f attorneys of nl IiterMrRnd1Gso X btRtddoll Oapfr WV v TJslirtnnd R A Burnside rrev ers mode a seizure of 13liens of brandy at the still house of Wm Mcln tosh last Tuesday EB Powell bought ofJL and 0 B SlifpTierd the farm known as farm onu KentuckyJercontammg ICO 800 KV Vorkonth6116W M E church 80uthi8 progressing rapidly The building of brick an- a flno 8tructuraTIt is expected to be rowdy fo cupancy befor 3 Christmas 1jThe Estill 3 Oompanyship re 18 tanks of oil thin thcnllstlweek and have 8 tanks IIllgdrroady for ship pradusc 0 M M Miller has been e presideri1fndJonah Wa vice presidenttandCourt Ohenaultmariager Andrew SVaAa ceaiebathis home in Iryine1lRfc8oclock pm on Tuesday lasafter an illness of about tenSays VThe deceased was nhis slStyseyenth year and had lived 3rvine all his life Ite hacTbnnpoor health fora number ofsera and when stricken witty ltt Tact sickness he grew rapiglyJwGrse until the end came 1 Tko LartJamp Thalasttiof ball to be played hero tlj ason will take pla Sundays een the horn team nndJth ncinuati woods THi woods d elaotoLt the famousska Indians that played hi ray 4 and de foisted our Go u oL 1 More Rain Drouth Broken Avery heavy rain fell late yes terday evening and untilalong np in the night and there is nog water a plenty every where The article on the local page re ferring to the light rains was printed before the falling of the heavy rains last night Ballots for the Election Hioe 1 comingeJection The Democrat ic ticket is given first place as it polled the largest vote in the last election Orders for the bat lots have been received from 102 out of the 110 counties resize of the ballot is 10 x 21 in s Saves Two From Death Our Little daughter had an ala most fatal attack of whooping cough and Bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an ad vanced stage also this wonderful medicine and today she is ly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Cough- and Colds50c and 100 bottlr guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr CoS Trial bottles free t NLhms ss conrention atxStan SaturdayP6vbll Republicans in structed for Ourt Burnham of Richmond for State Senator NOVEMBER NUMBER New Idea Womans Magazine The Thanksgiving number of the NEW IDEA WOMANS MAGAZINE of fers a Table of Contents which is typical feast of plenty Promi nent among the good things provid ed may be mentioned an article up on The Presidents New Church by Weldon Fawcett Chestnut Dainties for the Thanksgiving Table HenriettadMrs Wilson Woodrow Catering the third paper in a series of Profitable Industries for Women by Sarah E Slater and a good list of oth readable and interesting thingsI from the pens and brushes known contributors In fact every number that appears is an improve meat on its predecessor maintaining a high order of excellence autthority hasl 40000 in one of the banks at Georgetown A right smart lit tie sum but hardly enough to save his neck Pine Ridge Hugh Niblack sold two mule colts for 80 Joe Taylor sold to J A Rob erts a boundary of timber for 50 Mrs 00 Curtis of Virden visited Mrs G W Curtis this weekMrs Harry Niblack has return PilotdA new bank has opened doors with a capital stock of 15 000 at Vanceburg r e d p o Confession of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark sufferedva number of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of E lectric litters and feel that Iam now cured of a disease that had mu in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver nnd Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get E bySwannFarm For Sale Ninety acres of coed land well oneewest Well watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms nnd all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEX Osnoiix Spout Spring Ky The Balance Vheel momentThe goodtJ ItilIS requires less than one tenth of n drop J of nil to make it run But it needs arseayourwatehin t J satisfy you tWEBBrithe Jeweler CLAY CITY The many little ways ni which you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you needIest without having to worry about money matters We receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three ptr cent interest compounded every six months on your savings We have issued a book et 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 AMNNh1NNM1 IhM1M1NMNIMIININNINIhl4l Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY r B LlTTLEPAQE M Do PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY j I- If 3r- S i Ahead in Flour Well we should say so I So fur ahead that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily have become standard brands There arc hundreds of flours to choose from but the housewives know that MANSFIELDS is the best It is milled from the very best wheat on an uptodate roller millrun by water power It is white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry That is why we are ahead in Hour Buy it from your grocer No greater cost but much greater value RC MansfieldSon nOSSLYJf KY SPOUT SPRING D McKinney and W J Christopher sold some 800lb heifers last week for 2i cents Mrs Mima Niblack of Clark countyvisited her father D Mc Kinney several days the last of the week Mrs Bill Edge has a sister from Knoble Arkansas visiting her and other relatives in the countyMrs PO Pryor and Tie- rdaughtertMrsJuna Cosby are visiting relatives near Kuckfcr ville this week Several from this placo attended the Teachers Association at Kimbroll Saturday The tweeting was quite interesting and largely attendedMrs Dawson of Heidles burg Lee county is spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs W J Barnett and other relatives in this community The Mutual Handle Company will put in a saw mill here and saw up a lot of hichory timber into blanks for their factory at Olay City There is quite a little hickory scattered over this sec tion Elder T P Edwards of Wa gersville supplied at the Bap tist church Saturday and Sun day Bro Edwards though a young man and young in the cause delivered three very inter esting sermons and the same was attentively received by his con gregation The young minister is a nephew of Elder J J Ed wards who pastored old Salem church twentyfive years ago CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT iTo Bo Voted On tat tho November Election CHAPTER 60 An act to provide for an amendment to Section iSl of the Constitution otI KentuckyThe General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIESa OR TOWNS OFANY cLAss to provide for taxation for municipal pur poses on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income Icenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not bo authorized to omit the Imposition of an ad valorem tax on ouch property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power com pany 6 = l u 7i THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYS J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mall mutter Thursday Oct 8 1903 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rater with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 10- u Cincinnati Enquirer liII Louisville Commercial 7t- t Home and Farm 7t ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR REIMIESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce AL BERT EASTER of Powell county candidate for lleprcscimtive of the 73rd Leg islntivo district composed of Estill and Powell counties subject to the nctioi of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce 0 H MACKEY of Powell county candi date for llepresentativcof the 7tfrd Leg islative dlatrictcomnoacd of Powell and Estill counties subject to the action of the Democratic party Another City Ticket The Republicans met at the City Hall Saturday night under the not ih guerre of citizens and put up a city ticket for defeat at the coming November election Prof Gaines presided with the same interest and dignity that he participated in the Democratic convention which nominated the Democratic candidates for coun cil The meeting was small in numbers 16 participants being present and three visitors The hand full of leaders exercis edgreat effort ingetting out even this small assemblage and without this special effort the leaders might have held their convention alone- Astrenuous endeavor was made to get two Democrats to mix up with the four Republican nom inees But two such Democrats were hard to find in Clay City They nominated two any way but neither were present to accept The day is far distant when they will get two Democrats to go on the ticket with four Republicans to beat the regular Democratic nomineesThe named is composed of the following gentlemen M B McPhearson Joe Tipton Ohas Groves T B McCormick Bill Neal and J B Eaton Time last two named are Democrats and they have not yet accepted tho empty honors tendered them by the Republican Brethren A Statement In the course of his speech at Now Castle Monday Governor Beckham said They complain of the fee paid Capt Calhoun when it cost the State of Ken tucky far more for the Republi can party to kill Goebel than it cost us to collect nearly 1500 000 for time State and our soldiers It was a far greater burden upon the State Treasury to maintain Taylors lawless bands of soldiers and desperadoes in their offorts to disperse the General Assembly of the State to suspend the writ of habeas corpus and to protect assassins than it has to collect e nough money of neglected claims to pay oil the State debt They spent more upon their mudorous gang of peaceful petitioners than has been spent outof there ward fund in the prosecution of Gcobels assassins Against their record of tad Inviessuass 1 of nlurde tf sslissilinttin of- reghlcss w f the State reve mimic we pl varrecord of law and order c MId prosper- it of our itt relieved off debt and of the finaucial condition of M iu time Union Against thefnSjho6ddofthe8eh- ired slandawee place the record of in piitable and unas sailable fa e 1 Judgmimen sben oLtined iu the FranKmr Circuit Court a gainst exASdlto J S Sweeney and his bonSsjnSm for all war rants issuednfftterETeb 2 IflOO the on Legislature contest cases The amounifojJthejudgmpntAvill be close to 170l0jand is money I paid to the maiitia under Taylor A similar against Yaltor Day exStHel Treasurer who paid the votpclr9 issued from Sweeneys ofljceJfiBMisposed of in this decisioi Thef say Oal t Powers in his speech for bis Oifo drew tears stem part of iittyurorseyes Ho also drew an amtf from moun tains to do soilassassinating in Frankfort afeyyears ago and in a very fete more days he will draw dotif li piece of twisted hemp from tjuwgnllojivsjuid that will draw a l crowd of visit ors and sympathizers Yes Pow ers is quite card of re cent years ljfa A gentleman1 from Station Camp Estillc6uuty was ii the city last wee1lsaid that Thos Williams ivouldlcarry his pre cinctfor Circitt lorlc by a safe majority aiullsSl there was no 1011 lit but wlmtfho would winthe race It wifkpe remembered that Station Campprecinct usu ally goes one iutMrWd the wrong way and such n raging words from there aro vyelcome mes sages fr0 The Rupqblicajity ticket in Clay their majority It frou15Q p 200 They might run it up t g000 if they exercise the that some of them didfSaturdny night when they W rotririgto muster up n quorum to liolcT1 their convention JIJjz If Powers uGreltSpeech now being circulated akyjampaign lit erature has the same effect on the voters of Kentucky as it seemed to have orStlio jury trying time case it would be better for the party indorsing the condemned man andtlits note to lot the matter drop Ir The Republicaujf0iay City are like theRepub l1ns of the State they want sometDeniocratB attached to their municipal tick et for a drawing fiarU There are no BecknerslMcCartys or Speights in Clay Qty but they can boast of theirSfnines The Republicaii8 novel anti feeble effort to ge teqntrol df thou t aroiiA IHMtlM i =1 TItI t r9IfVo WILBUR 1 SMITH LEXINCTONKY aICO IiY Awarded 1R Mll III WasMs 1II4J alYai- Aefeno thousandi y t= ltaaslaesN6her61ssdTrpeWtitispgf l ttitiilitr rJ1lil ordor m Ba- sWILBURRM1T r ItM Ky +iJj I tJ 0 lio city government in Clay City has b 9j e hmghing stock of the town yrONTOLEDOSTATE OF BS LUCAS COUNTY J FRANK J CIIKNEV makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CHEKKI Co doing bus iness in the City of Toledo Coun ty and State nforciid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAUIUI that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE FRANK J cIIENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1SSG sEM A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and nets directly on 0 the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CnBKKY I Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c 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 disease Is curable bat in people of advanced age it does not readily itself to ordinary treatment is however hope for sufferers lo Dr Mies Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases Lad from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has It Is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic areifr ulster of the hearts action and the mostI effective treatment ever formulated proving the circulation of UtebloocL 4t During the Civil war contracted heart disease and in 1896 white living ih the grand old town of Lexington Va I Ircwiomuch worse lieu there with mywife to visit sisterinlaw Mrs T A t Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should Heart Cure 1 cured a few bottles of it al o the Nerlne- and Tonic After usirij one or two bottles 1 could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but my faithful sifted on keeping It up which I did Im provement soon began in earnest and I took in or sixteen bottles I was restored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old am comparatively ahoy You are a and cheerfully recom suUerlnJhumanltyJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Remedies free book AddresDr for 1 1 THEWinchester i BanK tjIXCOBPOnATKIJ Ii N II VmiEitsVooN Pres Capital Stock 200000rf Surplus 20030r We solicit tliaccountsof nfdivid f gals firms andcorporations 542 ht Clay City 4 J II EATON Prop ifII 1 Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat fand clean Rates 8100 per day A MACHINE SHOP t- fILL KINDS Of Machinery Repaired 1 We Keep itstock tl1Steam Fittings Belting l Hose and Electrical Supplies a- WE 1 ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 35 8 anti 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others The press on which ttili paper ii printed is driven by a Engine It T CHASHAGAN f lWINOUESTERBY r 4p t h lvi BAILEY Merchant and Custom MILLERCLAYCITY KY J 0 Custom work six Jays in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole Liittlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery und Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded rF the Whitest White Cake y The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit A1o lUndc Vhon Yon UHO q Pearl and Bakers Pride F1ollkY f l Take no Other Every SackGnaranteedXkyMANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 oA Subscribe HotelM I THE fMESitr roIoyI ic of f if i r Ii t t THETIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY OCT 8 1903 I LOCAL BREVITIES The watermelon season is a r bout over Chestnuts ars on the market They are fine and plentiful thisr year Joel McKinney of Winchester spent Saturday with his cousin Dorris Mio Elder T P Edwards of Wa gersville Estill county was here u short while Saturday Several froip Clay City attend ed the mass convention of Demo crats at Stanton Saturday Mr Win Stone a leading far f mer of the Spout Spring vicinity was in town Tuesday transacting business F A Lyon the insurance man i of Beattyville was in town Mon day looking after his large busi placeLr S E Martin one of Stantons leading merchants wss in town yesterday and left an order for stationerylhCounty Court convened at Stan ton Monday and the October term of Court of Claims is now 1 i in session at the county seat j Mesdames Belle Lyle and Net i tie Hall of Missouri visited Mrs 0 Shimfessel Monday and Mon Ao day night and Mrs D 0 Bloom tJ Ttjesday fi tri a pleasant physic take mow tChonjberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant Jrineffect For sale by all dealers in ent medicine A f WmO11artinof Vinton was in town yesterday 1 busi ness Mr Martin has recently ssold his store at Vinton to Mari tin Norton c R H Niblack returned yester i day from a visit to his brother W S Niblack near Winchester His mother who went with him will remain for a week The house moving outfit no- wrtmoving the Waldron store sus i tamed n slight breakdown and i1 but little has been done toward f moving the building this week S Eons John D Atkinson and l Albert Easter candidate for C Representative will speak at the Lone Oak school house on Snow t creek tonight A good crowd is- expected Sam Carr has lot the contract for the building of a neat dwell ing on the lots ho purchased of W R Cassidy recently Work has begun and will be pushed to u rapid completion Seventh avenue is being grad ed beginning at Barnetts store and running to the eastern por tion of town J B Eaton has rthe contract for hauling and f spreading the material The interior of the Clay City I National nankhas recently been i decorated and new plate glass front put in This lovely finish f is in keeping with the banks t prosperity and popularity c Tom1 Photographer John W Henry f r has been slightly affected with j chills and feVer the past few ii xdaye and has been unable toget I f i 0 4 I i i s to his studio He is now better and will be out again in a few days Full line of stylish Hats Cloaks and Skirts at Mrs J W Williams The necessary money has been raised and the work on the new Presbyterian church will be pushed till the building is completed The house will not be bedicated until some time next spring or summer Carpets and Mens Clothing upstairs Underwear Dress Goods No tions Millinery Cloaks and Skirts down stairs See them before buy ing Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky October 1st Mr Henry Wal Iron assumed his duties in the Company store Mr Waldroii is a very popular man and mer chant and will attract trade to this store that would be hard to get any other way F A Lyon Son the leading insurance agents in Eastern Kentucky have an ad in this issue of the TIMES This agency carries most of the insurance now in ef fect in Clay City and all of their patrons are satisfied He Learned a Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that he once said toMistress Wesley Why do you tell that child the samething over mild over againtJohn West ley because once telling is not enough It is for this same rea Ion that you ate told again and a gain that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of of these diseases to result in pneu monia and that it is pleasant and safe totake Fur sale by all dealers in patent medicine i In this issue will be found the fall announcement of that old reliable nursery firm ofnoF Hillonmeyer Son of Lexing ton Their stock is select and never fails to give satisfaction Money can be saved by ordering from this firm W R Smiths College Lexington Ky IH where hundreds of clerks farmer boys and others have invested 800 to 890 for tuition and board for an education and are now get ting 81000 and over a year Read adand keep this notice for reference Remember that in order your letters may reach this college nddress only WILHUR R SMITH Lexington Ky We have had several gentle rains the past few days which have greatly relieved the drouth situation for a brief time at least It will take a great dealmore to affect the drinking water supply but stock water has been replen ished slightly Do flood It Pays A Chicago wan has observed thatIIGood deeds are better than real estate deeds so ne of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and lend a helping hand You cannot possibly lose by it1 Most mon ap preciate a kind word and encouragement more than substantial help There are persons in this community who might truthfully say My good friend cheer up A few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your 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 medicine Mrs Williams the uptodato milliner has some local advertis ing in this issuV v 2j Rd t O f 1 iS u ui p j Mr nmrs E W Rhubesky are the recipitents of a nice little lady whicKaciune to their home Tuesday iughtj and will remain for an indefinite time Mr HInt beskyte ogre now exceptionally brlghh and does not even look a jday older Only trieHSiid honest Value shoes are here Always best for the price Shoes for men I shoes for women shoe01O1r b ysand fiir1Pschool shoes arid dressup The pirces are right as weWms the shoes Call nnd see for yourself Mrs J W Will fame The Mutual Handle Company are puttingjjsaw mills in different portIOns of the country They Will saw up the hickory in the blanks into the factoryThis will be a great as all the waste will be left i the woods it Only aYefy Few Published It is impossible for the proprie tors to publishmore than a very few of the numerous letters received in praise ufTehamberlains Colic Cholera andJDiarrhcca Remedy and telling of its remarkable cures They come from every walk in life and from every state in the Union The following from Mr T W Greathousejivof Prattsburg Ga speaks for itself I would have bbeen dead now but for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrbffla Remedy It cued me of chronic diarrhoea after seven years ohufleringican never saytoo a e t remedy For sale by iaH dealers in patent medicine Meets The Kentucky Valley Medical Association will hold its 17th Semiannnli session at Stanton Oct 15 and lk The program for this meeting hits just been issued from this office The meeting promises to beone of much interest Dr Mansfield of Stan ton will deliver the address of welcome andAvill read a paper on RemitWyfever Dr Lit tlepage of thisplace secretary Ran a Ten Penny Nall Through His iHaffiJ While opening box J C Mount of Three Mile fN Y ran men peny nail through the fleshy part of his hand ItLought at once of all the pain nndeoreness this would cause m1t he s ys and immedi ately applied Ohamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my surprise it removed all pain and soreness anthe injured parts were soon healed For sale by all dealeas in putont medicine Dr LittlepagSiwas in Stanton yesterday on bupness Business House for Sale Two story business on sixth ave nue in Ckty Best of the cityforhusinessZDuildllg now oc me store Nice rooms fittedTnp for dwelling wT Webb C1ayCity Ky 1 i= I AtOnH LAIn iiffealas beD j strength and flavor than many socall ed fancy brandt Bulk coffee at the same to be com pared jviUMI In quality tiPtMy t iI n INSURE WITH F A LYON SON The Lending Inmirnnco in Euitorn Kentucky Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are lenders in this line Startling Facts I A1 E BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you 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 I IDring on your produce and receive the best prices the market 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 CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 23 Dont fail give him a call Bad Work Some mischiefous or bad threwa stone into the Cincinnati excursion as it left hereSunday Sept 27 The stone struck a young lady Lalon Workman on the face and glancing struck her gentleman friend Mr Geo Blair on the shoulder causing bad bruises A piece of glass flew into the young gentlemans face making a serious cut but fortunately none of the glass flew his eye or the sight would have beep injured 4 k 00w 4r J R WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will nl ways find keen razors and towels Laundry Agency in Connection to Boys boy Miss into clean Rained Forty Pounds In Thirty Days For several months our younger brother had been troubled with in digestion He tried several reme dies but got no benefit from them We purchased some of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TablttRInnd ho commenced hiking them Inside of thirty days he had gained forty pounds of flesh He is now fully recovered We have a good trade on the TabletsIToLLEY BROS Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale bv all dealers in puts wit medicine Sd t r W tr HEALTH keephoneeDraught We have used It In the family forover two years with the best of results I have not had II doctor in the house for that length of time It Is a doctor In Itself and ulwaya ready to make a person wel- landhappyJANEBHALL Jack tonyllle Ill Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels invigorates the liver ened kidn- eysNo DOCTOR is necessary in tho home where lekeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyearsThedfordg Black Draught cures bilious andfeverh ailmentbecause controlllie THEDFORDS 6LAf DRAUGHT The Sunny Sout- hFREEi = How to got it A POSTAL CARD Sent today costs one cent will bring to you And your six neighbors whose names And Addresses you sendus ha Sunny Souththe current Issue only Heeds of Families iforthe Souths Great Literary Weekly at Atlanta Ga only 50 cents a 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Sunny South Atlanta Ga vl lI FALL 1003 TREES TREES BY THE MILLIONI Pratt and Ornamented Grape Vines Small Fruits Evergreens Rhubarb Asps ague and everything for Orchard Lawn ani Garden No agents but Best Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hilleixmeyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY BO YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Anyone tending a akcteb and ma opinion free wfiether anInventioniiprobably patentable Communion hone atrtctlyconfdenna4 Handbook on Fatonta sent free Oldest or securing Patents Talents taken through Mann arptctat notice without charge In tho Scientific Hmericam handsomely Illnstrated weekly Lamest dr cnlatlon of an clcntlHo lonrnal Terms 13 a M bydlnewsdealertlUN 011100 V Bt Wasbiniton 0 au Sams Corn cutting is progressing nicely in these parts Mrs Sam Yarber is visiting at Valley View this week Mr and Mrs T J Hackworth were visiting on Sand Hill Sun day Ollie Kerr our school teacher visited his father Sunday at liar ris Ferry George Smith of Bowen Pow ell county visited his brother John Smith the past week The rain Sunday night stopped the drouth considerably and ev erybody seems to be delighted Several from here attended the teachers association at Kimbrell Saturday and report a nice time Snow Creek We had a very nice rain here MondayEd of Pilot View was in our midst Sunday Thos Ogden was in Stanton Saturday on business Miss Sallie Crow entertained several of her young friends Sat urday night Thos Ogden Jr will attend the Republican convention at Ir vine Thursday Several from hero attended preaching at West Bend Sunda and Sunday night Mrs Martha Thomas of Winchester visited friends here sev eral days last week Several from this place attend ed the teachers association n t Kimbrells Chapel Saturday There will be a publicspeak- ing at the scltoolrhouse afctthi8 place Thursday night Every body invited Mrs J G Vivion was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs George Stephen near Stanton whose death is hourly expected Xena James Scobee of Winchester was here Saturday on business Farmers are all busy hero saY ing fodder and making sorghum Mrs J H Mullens of Lom bard was here one day last week W T Huff bought of Melvin Morton a nice milch cow for 2800 John A Rogers and Weed Hat ton wentto Hardwicks Orek Saturday on business Uncle John Smyth of Lee county visited friends hero the latter part of last week Geo A Crabtree and wife at tended preaching at Mountain Springs Saturday and Sunday The Genet base ball team went to Lombard Sunday and played a nice game The score was 21 to 20 in favor of Lombard James McCoy and J B Rogers our champion cio i hunters are making things happen these pretty nights They caught two fine ones last week There will be preaching Sunday at Rogers Chapel Every body invited to come There will be dinner on the groundrfor every one who will come out Kimbrell E H Bowles has moved to our community from Fox Squire Tuttle attended the sea L f Rion of the Iri ourt aCIrvino this I week The sale 6 is Puckett was well attended an tocksold rensoii ably well Elder31 Irlson ofKnowl ton hasbc dJ preacliat Kimbrells for tbe ensuing year Sorghum Thakang le In In ear coins Rt 1T The acreage is very smnllaost of our pco- pie will have buy or usa eub stltute 1 Our school teaatfer Miss Elbrsie Stockton loatfajwamob broochand a fancyamb hair pin at or near Kimbrell school housoo The brooch was highly prizedjbeing a gift from her mother alidnyone finding the lost articles rwill Ipleaso bring ort- M3T then t ller at the school ifchouse The Eatill County Teachers Association met fat f Imbrell last Sat urday Superintendent Miller and about ten of the lill cbUtityteacb ers being prep together with a large crowd of vmtrSi The pro ovdeeem o exercises Plejrtjjof provision for fquantltyleftP nuts and GurdNelson tbo wa termelons for Spiel occasion The next meetlng11 ljeheldat Sand monthyVaugl s Min Emerson Fr Ji1l Uase of fever at this tivrttng- Mr and Mfsjffm Wells wont 1totoLcxipgton Wediiesday tottaKftinclh show L Mr and Mrs Jq Henry of Ir vine came overzlri ay to visit relatives on the creek 1fJtiEldcrDG will begin a tthe Chris tian eh 4t Oct 12th urellMondla 1rst raii fall at this place frsnob time and our people inncedglad- to see it welr r MisKMaymo has been visiting her gent Mrs T J Fletcher afe Cumargo has returned home- MissNeomia JKT has been visiting Miss Carrie WiU atDry Ridge Ims r turned and Miss Witt accompanied her home Mrs Willie Swope and child ren have returned their home at Glohcairn Tlio wero accom panied by lire Svdpo8 Brother A P Hiley Mr and Mrs Joe Henry ofIr- vine and Mr ana Mrs John Burgher ofSpoutpriligspent Saturday ight l q dqy with Mr and Mrs Rob rt Henry BirsJamesFinnf y and chit dren of Kiddvillenc Mraind Mrs John SWQjeg ide View have returned hontiftelBQveral das Visit f6 relatives in this community MissesAddie Clttp llie Btlsli and Ethel McKnigHpwforp guests of lIrsJj hn Burton Saturday jjiRht and ressra Qeorje flush Joe Olarkand Wel p g9kWrt1 visited them 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GenllemenlIavlllJrenmlnedyolltleatand Malt llllr with ita and of manufacture I can atatethatitisenehclentlieryeandbloodtonlcItereltca prostrationand- andtaasesattendcdwidtdebulty Yours LDKASTENDINEMD Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAY MALT CO Loutavlllo Ky Irvlno Ky Sept 14 1903 It has been reported throughout tho county by some unknown persona that land my friends were against Jus A Wallace tho Republican noinlnec for clerk of the Es till Circuit Court I want to say to tho Republican voters of Es till county that I am for Jas A Wal lacQ the nominee and will voto for him and do all In my power to elect him thereamomy friends to do otherwise and I ask that this statement be published to the world to show howl stand In the matter ILO Wivfr i J Yw 4 Lexington EasternRy Effective Sept 11902 EASTBOUND No 2 No 4 ex Sun IDallyP m SunIILv Lexington 225 76Winchester 810 825 L Junction 823 837 I Olny City 350 1l13 11 Stanton 406 23 Natural Bridgo431 I5II Torrent 440 1008 I BeftttyvllleJunc6lt 10 29- I 0 k K Junct 011 i 12G Ar Jackson Vfl C5 1180 WEST BOUND I Stations No3 DullyP Noo x ln dun- rA ILvJaokeon225 25 II OK Junct 2 80 610- I BeattyvilleJunc 820 7 2f rr Torrent847 744 I Natural Bridge 401 8mJStanton 480 Olue City 489 837II LE Junction 60 ftjlp I Winchester 520 0iJ3 ArLexington605 lOtlO NosSnnd 4 make close connections for OannelOity ld points on thoOKDl- vislondully except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L t E junction with 0 A 0 for JltSterllng and localpolnts Nos Ii and 2 connect at Beatty ville Junction with L A forBeatty vllle dally except Sunday R BARB IJ Gen Manager IOns8coT1 BB WEST with Simmons Hardware o St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this Section liz with LauisnilleundCinolnuattlliouss 3kl L rrr r sl at i r 1