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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ff tr tl r- LS y r- rR THE CLAY 11YTIMES 50 Cents a Year jn Advanc We are here io help Clay Cit lSnrroaDJing Coontry an f Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY TOTKSDA1 OCTOBER J5 1JO311TO 42+ Cattle Sales In Powell welLPrewiftof Montgom ery county was here yesterday and bought of R W Garrett 25 head of steers averaging 1068 pounds paying 8 60 for twenty of the best cattle and 3 20 f1i for the other five head He also bought several head of wine size t steers from Chas Welch at 3 und bought of 0 W Barnett- somet 800 Ib heifers at 2 t cents If the Farmer Struck Suppose the farmers of this country should decide to stop the plow and hang up the hoe for a year what would be the result Misers y may hoard their money andcreate w n panic the miners may go out Inn strike and produce a coal famine the manufacturer may close his fac tory and cut short the supply of a some important article of com merce the oil king may plup the andIof and in spite ofall these calamities the people would s find a way to get alollzllut let the farmers of thjs country go on a r strike for a year and see what would tjlIRppenWinchester Democrat Dunlays Speech at Irvine G W Dunlay in his speech hero yesterday justified the acts of Caleb Powers Mid others act ing with him atFrankfort on the ry QCcasion of the assassination of1 SnatoV Gcob eland the forcible r t njfqo uil mUtro d mob of the meeting of the Gn1 Varandas Shingles and Eta Store oral Assembly and declared that the first act of Bclknap if elected ought to be to pardon Powers He then modified to some extentt this extreme position by declar ing that these acts were technically wrong but said he could not blame the parties committing them It is regrettable that some of the audience approved these sentimentsIrvino Herald Two Republican Candidates In the Montgomery judicial district L W Rose of Rowan county will go under the Log Cabin for Circuit Judge in some of the counties and Judge Clark will go under the Republican de vice in other counties It is a mandate of the law that in eaeh county the clerk shall give the first petitioner the Republican device and it seems that Clark beat Rose with his petition in some of the counties while Rose succeeded in the others hence the confusion This will divide the vote and insure the election of Allie Young the Democratic nominee The Republicans held no convention in this district and it was their intention to not put up a candidate Mrs J W Williams is in the city this week making her selection of fall millinery and gener al supply of goods for her store 4t1 ihi laC e tt Election drawing near at hand Ready For Business J J The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved nnd the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here- A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need 6 will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here Indies in a Stylish an1nenUy trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should sec our line before buying Wo are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Gapes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting continuance of same lam w Respectfully yours 0 C Shimfessel K RBbl NCE MFG Go Winchester KytWe MdQUfactUre FlooringzBlinds Weatherboarding Pickets Stairways Fronts weare Headquarters for BuildingPaperFelt Flintoid Roofiing and Etc 4 Send us Your Estimates 4 TPppnit Shipments t Two IndKns Dead Two of the fjnous Nebraska Indian base bajjteain that play ed here July t and 6th are dead One ofd tent was killed dead in the ganfc a ball striking hint in the uppcregion of the chest The otlone died a natural death froytyphIeid fever Fo Winchester A it foot to get a movementlili nt Winchester The at Lexington are now runujbgfover with patients and an lnstititttof this kind at Winchester wouldhe of great con venience to tha plc in this part of the State 3Speaking Stanton Hons John E Cooper and V A Young twoijtoted Democratic campaign oratory will address the of Poi county at the ftCourtllouse Stanton Ky 21st They WednesdayI large hearing as me circumstances interest every voter in the coui ty Dont forget the daynext dnesday Broke IM Ills House S Lo QutntiJifj Cavendish Vt was robbed of hW customary health 5y invasion of hronio Constipa tion When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke intpjirs house his troub le was arrested nd now hes en tirely cured eyro guaranteed Jrlr Swannlpay I br Cosstore A True Qentleman Mr Jeff Stony one of Rich monds oldest and best known carpenters and contractors is an exception HetecenUy told u Climax all the years of his lif2r he had never tasted whiskey r other intoxicants had never used tobacco in any form and in his life usedan oath antnver danced a step It would i a hard to find many who can say as much Mr Stone is ajrrue Kentucky- gentleman haili g from old Es till county and isa dyed in the wool iemocratiit Richmond Cli maxDecline t In the Hog Market With n crash like that of 1808 the Chicago hog If market broke a few days ago anlprices fell from forty to sixty cents in one day Within a week prices fell off from seventy cents to 1 accord ing to grade hogs and the condi tion of the market was said to be worse than any time since 1802 It was the direct result of the closing of the lard and ribs cor ner operated by Swift Co In cleaning up that deal it was pee essary to holdup the high prices which have prevailed in the past year time hogs as high as 8 and ranged between that price and 0 Now it is the intention it is declared tonut the market on a firln4 50 basis This means 0 loss to farmers and Shippers and is another lesson that the trusts fix prices to suit themselves regard- lessof theresulttto the or consumerinchester Dom ocrata t Mr Powell the Jast contractor who Undertook moving of the Waldron store building has done no work on the joltor nearly two weekS andlit is 1Umort d that he- hasthrown uptbe f fl f 1 r1 FM IKillIng In Estill Irvine Monday say At a party on Ross creek this county Alex Stephens was shot and killed it is alleged by Dan Rader Both boys were drink ing it is claimed and sharp words passed between them but it was thought the disturbance was quieted Stephens got his lantern and started for home when it is alleged Rader ex claimed Halt 1 and fired the bullet smashing the lantern and entering Stephens right side coming out near the spinal col umn Rader made his escape but oflicere are in pursuit Both young men were about nineteen years old 0 Shimfessell is in Cincinnati this week buying his fall stock of goods Saves Two From Death uOur Little daughter had an al most fatal attllckof whooping cough nnd Bronchitis writes Mrs W Ie 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 wondorful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs llColdlJr bOc a8ds1sQ0buttlce- guaranteed bySwannDay Lbr Co Trial bottles free First Traction Engine in Clay City The first traction engine that ever made the trip from Clay City toSpoutSpringjlef this placeMon daymorninginchargeofEngineers J H Burgher at the throttle and N R Swopo at the Pilot wheel Mr S E Kinnaird general man ager of the Mutual Handle Co accompanied thorn as far as Plum Creek To those who had never before seen a traction engine on the road it was quite a curiosity The engine is to furnish power for one of the several bolting mills the Mutual Handle Co is to put in at different places as noted in last weeks issue of the TIMES This one will be located on J F McKinneys farm near Spout Spring Elder Albert Easter made a business trip up Station Camp Creek Estill county last week A Love Letter Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes 1 suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cur ed me Its the best Salvo on earth 25c at Swann Day Lbr Cos store A Record Beater Possibly the largest litter of rigs ever born to one sow is that report ed on the farm of a Fulton county farmer The sow gave birth to 17 pigs the largest number on record in Kentucky The pigs are all healthy and well formed Ten is the number of the average litter John W Holtzman Democrat was elected Mayor of Indianapo lis Tuesday defeating Charles Bookwalter the Republican in cumbent by about 1000 votes 1 a Confession of a Priest Rev Tno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 yearn I suffered from Yellow 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 Sitters and feel that I am now cured of n disease that had mo in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get E lectric Bitters Its Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co Only jOe Farm For Sale Ninety acres of hood land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and nil necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain AILEV O nom Spout Spring Ky it The Balance- chheel e wntehnmomentThevibrations nn hour if its Iii good condition If the movement is slug gish theres something wrong It will move a 8 miles in a and- S J requires less thnnonetenthoC a drop of oil to make It run Hut It needs that little badly The least degree or friction on the bearings alters the motion Donttnkechnnces Let yourwntchInsatisfy you WFRR flip Tpwplpr CLAY CITY ft many little ways ni which IThe 1 economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT it 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 com pounded every six months on your javingsr have issued a booklet explaining the workings of department which we shall begpleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CAHD3 MPNffplfN1w I MYMlfMfLjMe Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D + PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON w CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY c 1 i Ahead in Flour Well we should say so So far ahead that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily have become standard brands There are 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 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 RC Mansfield Son ROSBLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Our farmers are all busy cut ting corn which is lighter this full than usual Mr and Mrs T S McKinney returned yesfcrday form u two weeks visit to relatives at Hud son Illinois George Gravett and wife of Montgomery county are visiting tho tatters parents Mr aiuIMrs Jock Stephens near this place Elder BlWright and Asa Todd are visiting the formers son Jell Wright and the ratters sister Mrs J W Barnett at Butler Mo Mrs Mary Ellen Allbright of Knoblo Arkansas who lies boon visit ngliner brother David White and sister Mrs Bill Edge and other relatives near this place started Monday morning for her home Tho Democrats of Estill and Powell failing to nominate a candidate for Representative at Irvine last Saturday will meet at this place the coning Saturday Oct 17th and make the nomination The new bolting machine of the Mutual Handle Company of Clay Oity has arrived and is being set up for operation on Jas F McKinneys farm where they have bought a quantity of hickory timber Spout Spring now has a fresh meat market MrH F Chris topher kills a beef on every Thursday and the supply will be increased to equal the grow ingdemand for his choice fresh meats On with all other neces sariesMrs Nancy Crow widow of iNatlinn Crow deceased died on Silver Creek Madison county Wednesday morning October 7 The remains were brought homo and buried at the family burial ground Thursday afternoon by the side of her husband who pre ceded her in tenth but a few years ago Miss Mary Burgher of Lock vane Clark county who has beep on an extended visit to relatives in this community returned home Monday accompa nied by her grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Burgher who will visit lierthildren in the bluegrass county for a few weeks THE TIMES PU1JLISHKD EVERY TIltfllSDAT J Co Hurghcr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass snail mutter Thursday Oct 15 1903 CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned Tho TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 41 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS Felt RKPUKSENTATIVK iVo arb authorized to announce Ai IJEIIT EASTKU of Powell county candi date for Kenresenative of tho 78rd Leg- Islative district composed of Estill and- Powell counties subject to tho action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce O II MACKEY of Powell county candidate for ltepresentativeof the 71 rd Leg islative district of Powell and Estillcounties subject to tho action of tho Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR Wo are authorized to announce F A- LYoxof Lee county a candidate for State Senator in the 20th Senatorial district composed of tho counties of Madison Estill Lee and Powell sub JeeMo the action of the Democratic party Papers at SecondHand Nov 1is tho label on the Louisville Herald which is now goiiifi free to every Demo crat in the State whose address can be obtained while the Re publicans must pay the Doctor For some time the Democratic traitors have helped themselves at the Republican pie counter always being given tho prefer ence at the first table while the timeworn and gray haired loyal ists must stand and watch the good things as they are devoured by their new brethren and snap at the crumbs as they fall now they see Democrats irrespective of traitors furnished every week with their choice journal and bible free of cost Hard on thorn but arrangements have been made with the favored party to furnish tho Republicans their pa per second hand ut half price Call on any Democrat while at the postofHco for his mail and he can supply you No Soldiers to Interfere The Republican papers indeal ing out consolation to their read ors on account of the registration in Kentucky cities whichj show large Democratic say that the Republicans carried Louisville four years ago when the city registered Democratic Yes this is true but it willnot ito that this your for there is no Republican Governor at Frank fort to send soldiers down there to intimidate 7000 Democratic voters like was done by Bradley four years ago Every body knows thutthe Republican vote didnt gain any in Louisville over the registration at that itjno and that tho Democratic vote fell shortof the registration and all of this on account of the sol diers being sent there by Gov Bradley to guard thus polls Now then booysup and at them the decks are cleared for action At last Democracy is its old old self united and unterihed sound to time core stripped to time waist no sUlrenr1ornop1etendor7- never to falter and never betray but alongTtlio whole lino frpn oiro Gild oIlo Stilt tqtheother this loud ofain Home Rvtle Free Trado and Reign of Law 11o man on horseback Washington or on mdioiJack at Frankfort Kentucky for time Kntuckinns despite a tjJle Federal officeholders andMJio Fungus Negro vote the wod the flesh His M and time Belknai barrelCirierJournalThoDemocriific tick et has two candidates from each of the recognized divisions of the city and e h section of the town will beieqimlly represented in the COuJl vhe1 they are e lected to olficSl If tlielRepubli can ticket should be electedbuts- uch a thin6t in the least probable after Jnnl the eas tern of town which con tains only amt one sixth of the population have four members in the Council rind all tin rest of thaJKOWU will have hut three Had you thought of thatThe Republicans of this Legis lative district anet at Irvine last Wednesday and nominated ItA Smothers ofEstill county for Representative MrSmethers big an honest man declined to ac cept time iiomimitiou thereby in dorsing the fifefflrious acts and deeds of toed publican party of time State The party will meet again Saturda and look up a less conscientious candidate Mr Smothers is the only- Republicmiim he two counties won In this issuefof theTIMES will be found announce meut or FAfhyons of Lee COlIU ty for State Sriatorin this the 29th district sTibject to the afy tion of the Deiuocratiti party Mr Lyons isn true blue Dente crat a popular gentleman would make a good fOci cad is the mall that can beat Major Buh am With ease Dominating con vention at Irv lIeho 10th Estill county hbntinues to pro duce Statesmen along with her other products The latest acces sion to poll tics ftiiiiISstill is Hon Durrett White Vlvo last week was named as CdtiHcilmanic iiom inee on the Democratic city tick at at Olay OitjoWeil county Such men as ho mire orthyof any honor Upright hble fearless educated he vihihenn ornament andnid to the jnimjinity that honors him Hi9f 1nd9JiJllnx The Democrats fbf Estill and Powell counties iiiefc in conven tion ut Irvine lastSaturday and failed in tlinir to putup ano iineefor Representative in the Legislative diitri composed of the two coun cB They will hold another convention Satur d YliBthlle afrVSpout Spring where they will put tip the can didate twill win in Ncveni berit is now only eighteen days until time election Aiter ttliut date Den lUlpliniD is inng will be sndwodunder iid rat hcrvqui- et at least in thcTpoliticnl world Poor Business Belknap will then have to go fctshipping duns South as wagonsto recuperate his 2pOQO compaign fund There is not onSof thc Democratic nominees for Gouncil but whit Will f l ca to any Indev eitlzenoftlrotewn Nor is therOQll09tJ1letri so ill bred as m Qoiinoil Chamber and swe + r Hike 1tsnil 01i m or i I TlieTtepub7ican bfflue Setia- a rfoi f t r At i= I torial district met in convention at Irvine last Wednesday mind nominated F Burnam of Rich mond for State Senator STATE OK OHIO CITY oN TOLEDO SB LUCAS COUNTY j FRANK J CHUNKY makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY b Co doing bus iness in too City of Toledo Coun ty and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAIUIH that cannot be cured by the useof HALLS CATARRH CUKE FRANK CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1880 REA1 A W GLEASON Notary Public I Halls Catnrrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CIIENKY Co loledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c hulls Family Pills are the b- estcured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil W1 Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease Is curable but In people of advanced ace it does not readily to ordinary treatment however hope sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which tore know from watching hundreds of cases wid from the letters of grateful sufferers xrill cure where all else has It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic artg ulatbrof hearts fiction and the most effective treatment er formulated for ira proving the circulation ofthe blood Donor the Civil warleohuacted heart disease and in while living hi the grand old town of LnlultonVaI grew to much worse I left there to Yisltmy sisterlnla Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should Dr Heart Cure 1 cured a few bottles of It al o the Nervlne- and Tonic After using one or two bottles 1 could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but faithful listed on keeping It UP which I did Im rovemrnt soon began In earnest and I took In all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was restored to perfect health and while I am years a boy You- Ilr are benefactor and I cheerfully recom sufferinghumanltyj All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres JJi Miles Medical Co Elkbart Ind Lr srI1r THE + t Winchester Bank i tNCOltIORATED 1 r- p N H WiTiipitspoox Pres Capital Stock 200000 t Surplus 2000 l I We solicit the accounts of ihdivid gals firms and cornoratron8 542i t CIayCityflotel J II JBATON PrOlty 7 Table supplied with time best the markertaffords Everything neat i and clean Rates 100 per day i i MACHINE SHOP fiLl KINDS OF oj Machinery Repaired fl We Keep Iq Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and ElectrlcalSuppliesr WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Bn inesIIn 3 5 8 and 12 horse power best now 1OWrior farmers and others printedfadrlven 1 L Tb CHAS aHAGANz j I1 to 4 WINOHESTER JYl h r w M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER= ii CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the weekry1 Fresh Ground Rolled Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole i XX + + i +oot + iH+ t- t z Littlepage Son t f j V 3 DRUGGISTS i 1rf it Clay City Ky vliZr t 3Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stntioujry and Etc a L Prescriptions carefully compounded 0 i 6 o ot ++ ++ ++++++++ ++++ ++++ ++++++++++++++++ ++ TheWhitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls 1a And Flakiest Biscuit AVO Alnclo Vlion You T7so Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour1it take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 5 724 x Subscribe For 1 THE TIMESf fIiII I JFs L THE TIMES 7ff AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER r i5i THURSDAY OCT 15 1903 r i LOCAL BREVITIES l James Douglas of Plum is d here on business New corn is being delivered in Clay City at 300 per barrel Mrs Jennie Russell visited friends in Lexington Saturday Mrs P 0 Bloom visited rela tives in Winchester Monday and Tuesday Miss Katie Tipton daughter of N Joe W Tipton Esq is down with fever Mrs J W McKinney of Wine hester visited relatives in Clay City Tuesday A largo crowd was in town Saturday afternoon and business was very active John W Kennon was in Lex ington on business two days the first of the week Miss Hoyt Adams has returned from an extended visit to rela fives in South Carolina I Mrs Nannie Crayons of Hazel j Green was the guest of Mrs Cliff Shimfessel1londa I The season has arrived for the I yellow ineatedpumpkin and the trop is bountiful and fine Rev R A Irvin went to Beat tyville Saturday and filled his stand at that place Sunday Mr and Mrs J ENiblack sited I v thf latlters father J W Elkin at Sams the first of the week Rumor has it that two of Clay Citys society bells will soon be married to two of our leading young men Notice the local ad of Saw- Mill for Sale in this issue This machinery is all right and can r be seen in operation Work on the street which is to be graveled is checked for a time at least but we trust the project is not entirely abandoned iThe fresh meat venders are verynumerous in Clay City Good beef as a result is plenti 1 ful at 7 cents and 8 cents per ipound For a pleasant physic take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant t in effect For sale by all dealers in e ent medicine The work on the new residence N of Sam Oarr is progressing quite rapidly The framing is now all up and the roof will soon be ap pliedir Mrs J B Eaton and little Ruth who have b-eentsick for some days are now con valescing and will soon be out r c againDonCtalk about poor crops i awhen a Grant county farmer f claims to have raised this season t nine hundred bushels of corn on ncrest4Coalon the local market starts oil for the winter at a very stiff price and if it advances as it u ysuaUy does it will be a dear ar netide indeed before Spring1 k Soldier Hardy has sold 110 Ifi2l i bushels Of apples in Clay City O ift t H 1 = = = this fall at 50 cents and 65 cents per bushel The apples grew on Joe Mountzs farm on Little Hardwicks Creek The last of the semimonthly excursions from Cincinnati will go over the L d E Sunday week The Norwood club of Cincinnati lost in a game of baseball played with the locals in this city Sunday by a score of 8 to 2 Tile game looked blue for Clay City until near the end Elders Hackett of Winchester and T P Edwards of Wagers villeEstillcounty were visit ing ministers at 1i weNs Valley Saturday and Sunday and did the preaching for Pastor Turpin Full line of stylish Hats Cloaks and Skirts at Mrs J W Williams The list of County Claims al lowed by the two last terms of the County Fiscal Court will be published in the TIMES in a short time Watch the space it should interest every tax payer in the county Carpets and Mens Clothing up stairs Underwear Dress Goods No tions Millinery Cloaks and Skirts down stairs See them before buyx sing Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Judge and Mrs J W Conglo ton of Campton were guests of Mr and Mrs 0 Shimfessel Mon day night Mr Congleton was manager of the company store at this place a number of years ago Some Cattle Sales Fridayboing 1050 to 1100 lbs from John H Field at 385Clad S Williams sold 20 050pound steers to Jonas Well at 825 Versailles Sun He Learned a Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that he once said toMistress Wesley Why do you tell that child the same thing over and over again John Wesley because once telling is not enough It is for this same rea son that you are told again and a gain that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of of these diseases to resultin pneu monia and that it is pleasant und safe to take For sale ball dealers in patent medicine A Better Outlook Ideal fall weather has prevail ed the past week Water for man and beast has been replenished by the rains of last week and every thing is greatly reviv ed Grass is growing some but of course it is too late in the fall to furnish much grazing Corn cutting and sorghum making is progressing rapidly with the far mer during the beautiful weather Do Uoodlt Pays A Chicago man has observed thatGood deeds are better than realestate deeds some of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and lend a helping hand You cannot possibly Jose by it Most men ape 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 pneu monia 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 Uedicine V 7 i L f iOnly tried nd honest value shoes are here Alwas best for the price Shoes for men fences for women shoes for boy school shoes and dress Plhe pirccs arc right as well as the shoes Call and see for yourself Irs J W Will lams S Our physicians will all attend the meeting0f the Kentucky Valley AfediiiilAssociation which will bo Stanton today and tomorrowf1 a V Few Published It is Impossiblu for the proprie tors to publish mare than a very few of the letters received in praise of chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and telling of iU remarkable cures They come fr ineverywalk in life and from state in the Union The followingIfrom Mr T W Greathouse oiLlPrattsburg Ga speaks for itself Ij I would have been dead nowbut for the use of Chamberlain 8 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured me of chronic diarrharaafter seven years of sufferingI can never say too much in paise of that remedy For sale by alLr dealers in patent medicine rt c Second Crop of Apples Geo W Clark was in town Thursday and exhibited an Early Harvest nppielwhich is the sec ond crop this year The tree which is on his place on Hard wicks Creek was full of choice fruit and ripened the first of Ju ly and the second crop is now ripe and in aUf there is probably three bushels on the tree Mr Clark 1ms on his place anoth er apple tree how in fulF bloom Mr Clark also noted and remind ed us that That day Thursday Oct 8th was his birthday and he was 50 years old Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through Ills Han- dVhileopeningabox J C Mount of Three Mile Bay N Y ran a ten peny nail through the fleshy part of his hand I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me he says and immedi ately applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionallyafterwards To my surprise it removed all pain andsoreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all dealeas in pntentruediclno Saw Mill For Sale One SOhorseppwer engine and boiler and good sawmill with ca pacityof from 0 to 8 thousand feet per day All machinery in first class running order Will sellat n bargain Call on or address- G D COOK Virden Ky Business House for Sale Two story business on sixth ave nue in Clay City Best part of the city for business Building now oc cupied by me for jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling WT Webb Clay City Ky 1 2 At One Halt the Cost LionCOBel endflavored fancy brandy Bulk coffee atthe tame price fsfeot to be com pared with UM In quality AID Natr 4ts- htseINla if 4- itr I INSURE WITH i F A LYON SON I The LemlliiK Insurance inEuntpru Kentucky + Over 200000000I Represented t Every one who knows anything about insurance know E theyarc leaders in this Hnej++ F43 d FF 33 r 33 h33 F+++rb3 F3 F +k Startling Facts A1 E1 BARNETT i 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 I from a Paper of Pins to a Wed ding 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 pbliging clerks are at your service yfe hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are SwappingIyour Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give UB your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY tl7 23 Ualned Forty Pounds In Thirty Day 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 Tablets and be commenced tuking them Inside of thirty days he had gained forty pounds of flesh He is now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets HOLLEY Buos Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale bv all dealers in pat ent medicine i 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 towelsI 1 Laundry Agency in Connection Dont fail to give him a call I 1a111 IFORA IB111I8stPHONOGRAPHY 1 TJJtWrllltB TtIITQIJj M WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY ftVbr circular ntvoBtlMt COYVEOCIAI liEni UNIYEKS1- YAwarded HcM at WorW Ezpsd4Ia I Befen to thllUD of Pduetel In position IoeeorPuU Baal ea COOTMS Including tion Board In family about W Necraphr8peeiliMThe awarded ITdan Lnerarreounfree U denr4 j oZyLyWILBUR I I 4 r q I HEALTH keephouseDraught We have used It In the family for over two years with the best of results I have not had a doctor In the house for that length of time It Is a doctor In Itself and always ready to niako a person well and JAMn8IIALLJack lonvllle Ill Because this medicino relieves stomachpains frees tho constipated invigorates the torpid liver weak ened kidneys l No DOCTOR whereli theIhealthforears 1thmronly doctor Thedfords I Draullh cuirt bilious ness dyspepsia colds chills and headachesdiarrluea ailmentbecause control THEDFORDS DLACfl i DAUGDTa i The Sunny Sout- hFREEi How to get IU A POSTAL CARD Sent todaycosts one cent S will bring to you And your six neighbors whose names And Addresses you send us i I the Sunny SoutH I for the current issue 5 Send only heeds of Families This Is the Souths Great Literary Weekly published at Atlanta Ga only s cents a j year Circulation now over 75000 i The sample copy you receive will make you a regular Sunny South Reader The 5 piper Is not devoted to news but literature romance fact and fiction and LIves the best of all within this wide field The most noted YK southern writers are amen Its contributors Sfi Two good serials are always In progress Jx from pens of national lime j- yS Vie Sunny South teems with Sfi the life of the great south The genial sun S X shine warms everything Into activity and f the season Is never cold enough to check the hand of Industry The pirarcomes fragrant q with the breath of the mjRnolla and plneand J t gives out the very air of the orange palm iand bay The beauty and pathos the I romance apd mystery of the land where 55 com stores up the golden sunshine them the win fasdoli1t bors who would appreciate the opportunity to read a copy of The Sunny South and sample will be mailed free to each onem cAll Gommunicaifons r L0haAtlanta Ga C sssc- l PALL 1003 TREES TREES s BY THE MILLIONI Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small cult Evergreens Rhubarb Aipar ato and everything for Orchard Lawn F and Crden No agents but Beat Prloesto the Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY ISO TRADCMARKSI Anyone sending a sketch end description may quickly our I an invention te probably patentable Communications strictly confidential llandbook on Patent tlt sent frees Oldest aoeney for securing lenta Co receive a pertanotkewithoutcharaeInlhn r Scientific Jlm rican A handsomely tllnttrated weekly rareest cir culation of any qeienttOafourns Terms 13 a s TCwtri tour 11 by newsdealers UNN COa81BroadWlY Now York r Braucn Office 86 F BU Waihington D a A l + ty J Sams Wo are having some cool weath er at this writing Quite a number from hero attend ed church at Liberty Sunday The usual number of traders from hero attended court at Irvine Mon day Mr and Mrs T J Ilackworth visited Mr and Mrs Sam Ynrber SundayZ Minter made a business trip to Owsloy county tIm first of the week Martin Bowman of Versailles visited W F McIntosh the first of the week 0 F Kerr made a business trip to the Fork Sunday we judge in the search of one of the fair sex Virden- Al Baker moved Vednesday Clark county T B Ware was in Olay Oity Tuesday on business Mrs Joe Taylor was shopping in Clay City Tuesday Joe Taylor sold It boundary of timber to J A Roberts for 50 G D Cook bought a lot of corn of Al Bakerat 8 00 per bar rel Tom Morehead and Ed Ever man visited G W Everman Sun dayMisses Minnie and Kate Haggard of Hunt Olark county are visiting their sistei Mrs Charlie Hinds this we6k- Weare glad to state that Mrs Marion Williams is improving slowly at this writing Cora Williams is also slowly improving Mrs Matt Parr ii ri dMrs5Vi rgil Mastin are visiting their brother and sister Mrs John Bradley and J F Mastin in Clark comi ty this week G D Cook the hustling mill man started his mill Monday with J W Baker at the lever The buzz of the saw can now be heard early and late Mr Cook is a business man and will do well with his mill A protracted meeting illbo gin here the third Saturday and Sunday in this month by Elders Mildred Lowry and James Har din both of Winchester We trust there will be a good atten dance especially the members 0 0 Vaughns Mill W M Swope of Clark county came up Saturday M Quite a large crowdattended church Sunday at the new church Mr GVLlo Sr is giving his house and barn roof anew coat of paint Mr and Mrs Morgan Gravett spent Sunday with the formers father Mr Allen Gravett Mr and Mrs Bob Henry spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Henrys mother Mrs Mary BurgherMr Mrs Morgan McKin ney Edie and Allie Bush went to Mt Sterjing Monday taattond the show Mr and Mrs Lennie Grow spent Saturday night and Sunday with tho latters parents Mr and Mrs John McKinney- Mr G W Lyle and grandchil drew Norval Henry and Nora Lyle attended the show all LIt Sterling Tuesday J- M lA Lf1 Ji 1I J Miss Carrie oskinsf of liiy- OltyWalltJQ If est of her cousin Saturday night nndSfY Mrs Mqliiiiney and children of Tinchesterr caine up Saturdayjfrnsifc their friends and rolntlve81nore lrralid Mrlfll L Tiptoir and Mr and Mrs Qh lH tl of Clay City speht Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sanmel Tiptpn Miss SteliaiHiley who has been visiting hor uu ntLuJie Breesein Clark county came home Sunda ffier Hunt cbming home with Tier Misses Maryland Nannie Gray ctUoBushBertQeo Dunawayspent Sunday with Miss Mattie McKinney w- frv ltemstIrvine IeraldJ Irvinei lon have a local telephone Mrs P A Eocknane of Win chester is tlicf est of her daugh ter Mrs J B gVhito J 0 Bentoiiiof Ford is visiting his fatherfyudge W B Bon ton at Irvinetlns week Rev D 0 ISilly and family of Alabama ure tHe guests1 of Mr Lillys motbor Mrs H 0 Lilly Green MiJlerjof Lawrence burg is spending his vacation with friends ami relativeswiii Es till county Miss 1fngii 3K Todd who has been visiting feiatives nOlnrk county for tlio past two weeks returned hbmoJSaturday NOVEMBERI14IJMBER New Idem lveniMegaslne- The 1hank ging number of the NEW IDEA WpMAfcMMAqAziNEAof fers a Table oFCpfifents which is a typical feast Of ipletity Promi = gent among the good things provid ed may be mentioned an article up on The PresidcmtffjNew Church byWnldouFalycettjiGhestnutDain ties for the Thanksgiving Table by Eleanor Mercjnt Henrietta Crosmnn int As YouLiko It by Mrs Wilson WoddrdwJ Catering the third paper in aeries of Profitable Industries fo by Sarah E Slater andaood list of other readable and interesting things from the pens and ibriishes of well known contributorsIn fact every number that appeareit an improve ment on its predecessor maintain staIng ellcnce- o of fe Equal to the Oovernment Col Belknaps statement that it is the policy oftheIlepublican party to collection taxes only what it s but a half statement It is tKo policy of the Republican partyjito collect in taxes whatit butiteI itlldoesOourierJournal rJ CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To dil Voted On athe Novembe- rwElection1 CHAPTffiBO anatnpndmenLto Kentuckytl vb The General A is ibly may V ClflEaORvldo for taxation for municipal pur- ponesonpersonal prepertytanglble iacoteillcensesad yidorem tu thei iProvided cities stithJfllt class ehall not bo jto l1tthoImposition Of an tax on such property of adwaoleM rallroed Street railway fer brMg gas water 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Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential toostituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Xy January a son MEAT 8 MALT CO Louisville Ky GentlemenIiavingexaminedyourMatandMaltpreparation ItJ composition and of an state that It Is an efficient nete and blood tonic It Oodles Ih le and vlgoatea and Is especially beneficial nervous rostratloland ldlscalCa attended wi dobalty Youra truly rD KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT CO LoutovHe Ky Irvlno Ky Sept 14 1903 It has been reported throughout the county by some unknown persons that I and my friends wora against Jas A Wallace tho Kcpublicah nominee for clerk of trIO Estill Circuit Court L want to say to the Republican voters of Es till county that I am for das A Wal lace the nominee and willvote for him and do all in my power to elect him and I now ask all my friends to do the same ns it would be injustice tome form friends todo otherwlso And I ask that this statement bo published to the worldto show bow Istand in the matter U 0 WITT y k irLj 3feO 1 ot 1 a I Lexington EasternRy f1Effective Sept 11902 EABTJIOUXl No2 No4 ox Sun IDallyP in IAMLT Lexington 325 745 t Winchester 810 82 1 IAE Junction 823 831 y- I Olny Oity 850 a13 j Stanton 400 23 Natural Bridge 485 9b4 I Torrent 449- BeftttyvilleTuno5ll 1008 i 100 0 KJunct 011 1120 ArJackeonO 05 11180 WEBT BOUND I Stations No3 Daily 1 rt 1exLv Jackson 225 j2o 0 K Junct2 30620I-I BenttyvilleJunc8SO 720 Torrent347 744 14 Natural Bridge 401 80141 Stanton 480 858 44 Olnv Oiv 489 837 1 l LKJunction 60 010 x 14 Winchester 520 023It ArLoxington005 1010- Nos8und 4 make close connections for Cnnnel City and points on the 0 Division daily except Sunday Nos Ifand 3 connect at LAE junction with OA O for MtSterling and local points Nos 1 and 2 connect at Beatty villa Junction with L Aor Beatty l ville daily except Sunday J R BARR Gen Manager 1OnA= 1FwIrZVtlli ri SimDlons Hardwar6 iCn t 4 1 St Louis Mo will make regulartripa throiih this 1 section Freight equulZtJfwlth Louisville und CinoinnatrBougca i C l 1 Y 4 s I i w Jil