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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iff V S t ilM ThE LAV ITY TIMES i r r4 A 50 Cents a Yenrln AdvaieT We are here to help clay Curae SnrronnJing Country and Ourselves J R Hurgher Publisher 1 1 WII VOL8 l CLAY CITY KF THURSDAY OCTOBER 22 1903 NO 111r1 Deadly Duel in Lee r A dispatch from Irvine says Thomas Jones and George New ton fought a hand to hand battler with pistols on Ross creek Lee county each emptying his re olver into his adversary Jones 4 is dead as tt result and Newton can hardly recover from his wounds It is thought that this is the result of an old grudge ex isting between the parties Genet Vm Watson bought a farm of H E Willis on Cow Creek Farmers have begun to husk out their corn crop which is a lout an average one R Knox McDonald will finish salving hero next week and then move their mill to Lombard J 0 Townsend bought of Mar tinBros through their attorney V 0 Martin in fact the Hodge place on Cocreek- Pn 6 n Dunton S Maxwell of West Virginia Will erect a reg istered distillery on the headwaters of Beech Branch at Rocky GlenA Wild cat is giving the citi E Zeus some alarm in this vicinity It has attacked men at different points from Chop Chestnut to Beech Branch Spuiosayits a jatjUiikBonie 9trYIts two cats I uIc9prS e it t it3 ItJti1ll illloc i1fJ8ingroa BI VWe Flooring Stitirwuys Fronts has been experimented with recently in Fayette county In speaking of the oiling 01 a certainii road in that the Le ing ton Observer says One half of the road was oiled at a time so as not to interfere with travel After the oil is spread a coating of sand is applied to prevent its running off and also to help to form a coating of waterproof sur face This process renders the road both and impervi ous to water Bad Cutting affray In estill The report comes form Red Lick Estill county that J H Smith and Bob Short in an altercation using knives and in which Smith was cut on the neck and in the eye Short was stab bed in the bowels and is not ex pected to live Smith came to town and surrendered to the county jailer 0 Another one From Owen A from a town was in Winchester Satur lay and was speaking of the success of a now bank recently established there When asked who was cashier he said Mr Blank from Owen county of course that county is furnishing more bankers than all the remain dor of the State put together tcessEJU Ready For Bus ness The firm of Shinrfessel Wnldron hnving boon dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand und will continue to soil the remainder of the old stock AT COST My r New Goods are Here A nice clean well= selectEd stock of everything you need will be kept by mo mid sold at close prices I have aii elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited hpre Indies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can bo anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable nnd you should sPe our line P before buying We are closing out ji nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Gapes AT COST nnd if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock r lihankinK the public for past patronage nnd earnestly r soliciting continuance of same I am Respectfully yours G Shimfessel- T T I Y roc MFG Go Winchester Ky Manufacture Sashk j doors Coiling Blinds Wealherboarding Vnrn tdnsPickctll Shingles and Etc Store county dustless engaged gentleman mountain We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Jloofiing and EtoY Send us Your Estimates iPromt Shipments t o 1 0 tI ftfI c 7 = v ri1 = i = iUfsifi1irvta ltems- TrvineUeraJdl Grover Stnnjjrer and a young maii by the name of Snowden of Clay Oily wera here this week Miss Ida IVmte who has been visiting Mrsffoel Olienattlfc at Bowen Po lwcounty returned Monday W G PftrkWnd family of El wood Indjare at the home o Mr Parks faWcr W W Park where the winter thOYIPOJlI The lot where Tlibs t llliainstvi11 soon begin the ere on brick stores has Q fti torn down and are made by Mr J Willinnifticomlilence work on tiiu uujiujugn wf Rev Bars o McDowell closed his mission mnstor of the Presbyterian cl r i Sunday night and will gbtcggome point in Mis sissippi Hielationship with the people here leas been of great benefit and Kfs departure will be universally regretted There was a good attendance on Monday last County Court day and thstreots of Irvine wore prettj jwell illled during the day by iijfzens trading and talking abonifhe election The merchants i ulfairiusiness and horse swappingvas a feature f tl a 7 Z Ioc t1h iir e oHrii nati Tuesday l sshors his father Capt J M Thomas is to under go an operations dipt Thomas has beens ffor 1g from kidney trouble for some time and fears are entertained that the operation which is his last hope for relief will provgtfatal Broke itisHouse S Le Quinn oMCnvendiah Vt wasrobbEQofhi ustomrr health by invasion of Chronic Constipa tion When Dr tinge New Life Pills broke into hisihouse his troub le was arrested and now hes en tirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure25c atSwann Day Lbr Cos store Wants a Dog Tax An observing citizen of our town says There should be d tax her ied on the dogs of the town which lfexeoutcdmig1tiinsome measure eliminate some pfthe dog nuisance There are entirely too many dogs in this place that areno use whatever except to bark find empty swill nightTheY unyIing school often onluctdby the Thomas tTabbcatsSo latch spo ken and written at utl110 goner al course pursuediin cases of cats is to use a liberal supply of boot jacks und brick bats but we think a better plan would beto license ovary law abiding pcr lthusdisturbed to use a 22 Hat or 45sb1rpJ Returning tothy ubject of tax WGfeel 0urethQ4cbuncil could do nothing that wouldbe ofinuuh more ibeniflt to tliecityand from which they could derivjgteater amount of revenue tbandogtax Any pre aUl 1 afford the luxu ryof a pretty little Fidoor Watch wnuld no lln tleleast ob i I y = 7 x a J w ject to paying such a small sum a 8100 per annum for the same I addition to the tux they should al so be obliged to keep said sumo lit tIe Fido orU Watch securely chained in his kennel at night lime This might reduce the dogeonsorts There are more things that this observing citizen could suggest that would beof benefit to the city bu onefSaves Two From Death ClOur Little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and Bronchitis writes Mrs W IC Havilund of Armonk K 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 perfect ly well Desperate throat und lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds SOc and 100 bottles guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co Trial bottles free Mr and Mrs John Hisle of Richmond and Mesdames Fannie Wilson of Waco Lizzy Jane Wallace and Jennie Whiteman of Irvine are visiting Mrt and Mrs Win Mountz of this city and other relatives in the coun tvar r f tt 1 Would not interest you ifybure looking for guaranteed Salvo for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c SwannDvy Lbr Cos store CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 60 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution ot KentuckyThe General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal pur poses on personal property tangible and intangible based on income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroadI street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric llsiit or electric power com party NOVEMBER NUMBER New Idea Woman Magazine The Thanksgiving number of thoI NKW IDEA WOMANS MAGAZINK offers a Table of Contents which is a typical feast of plenty Prominent among the good things provid ed maybe mentioned un article up onliThe Presidents New Church by Waldon Fawcett Chestnut Dain ties for the Thanksgiving Table by Eleanor Merchant Henrietta Crosman in As You Like It by Wilson Woodrow Catering the third paper in a series of II Prof byia other readable and interesting things from the pens and brushes of well known contributors In fact every number that appears is an improve meat on its predecessor maintain ing a high order of excellence srsxI sConfession of a Priest Arknafroma number of physicians and tried nil sorts of medicines but got no re lief Then I begun the use of E lectric Hitters and feel that I tun now cured of a disease that hud mo Iftyou want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get E bySwamiDay Farm For Sale Ninety acres of hood land wellyimproved at Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring11eil watered fine orchard good dwellaing of six rooms and all necessary tt outbuildings Good neigluorhoml a andother conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN OsnoiiN +i Spout Spring icybS f The Balance Js Wheel I 1 Look lnide your watch ivinotWnt The biilnncf is making 18000 vibrations mi hour if in Rood condition If the movement is slug gisli thoivs something wrong Itawill move 3558 miles in n yenr nnd J requires less than onetenth orII dropof Jthatof friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean nnjl oilnnd put your watch J in order orayGar It will pay and satisfy yoo rr cthGTGy er CLAY CITY The ninny little ways ni which you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT a 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 com pounded every six months on your savings We have issued a booklet explaining the workings of this j department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request J Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky moFEBBIOKAI CUDS A NN ANNNILMNINdNNM Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY in R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY MD IPHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CITY KY f Ahead in Flour Well we should sayso So far ahead that our Best Patent and Mountain Lily have become standard brands There arc hundreds of flours to choose from hut the housewives know that MANSFIELDS is the best It is milled from the very best wheat on an up to date roller tmill 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 it from your grocer No greatercostbutmuchgxatervnbieRC U08S1AN KY t I SPOUT SPRING John W Burgher was at Win chester last Tuesday on business James F McKinney was below d several days last week on business Benjamin McKinney and W J Christopher jr were in Mt Sterling Monday on business Mesdames Nannie Pryor and Nettie Cosby visited their uncle Jolm B Hoskin at Mt Sterling theflrst of the week Mr and Mrs DO Haggard of lluckervjllej visited the family of tlio formers uncle P 0 Pryor Saturday and Sunday Hood Curtis Marion McKin eny Russell Christopher and sis ter Miss Dollie are allvisiting tho Falls city this week Messrs Curtis and Christopher will buy their fall stock of goods while in the city Jasper Todd has moved into the house vacated byRogersa- nd Mr Rogers has moved into the house vacated by James White and Mr White has mov ed into the house with his stop son Peter Todd The Democratic Legislative convention which met here Saturday was largely attended but the convention adjourned with out making any nomination leav ing the place vacant It is now too late to put out a candidate Mr Berry Hall and Miss Bird Branham were married at the residence of Daniel Curtis Wednesday Oct 14 by Squire- D D Potts This is the grooms r second venture The is the daughter of George Branham de r ceased The TI3IES extends congratulations l W G Patrick the Prohibition candidate for Representative in this district has lived here several years where he is known to gentlemnniuthe place And as the Demo crats have up no candidate they are aU for Patrick at this pace While the fourth Sunday is the regular preaching day at the Methodist church there will be no services there this week on account of Pastor Crawford at tending the quarterly meeting r at Olay City There will be preaching at this church the first Sunday in November Instead of the regular day 1t + J 1 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TI1UU8DAY n J E Burgher I Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Oct 22 1903 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and Courier Journal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer UO li Louisville Commercial 75 a Home and Farm 75 My how the Democratic voter is favored by the Republican brethren I In various parts of the State they are given prefer once in labor as well as nominations for office on the Republican ticket but of course they must leave the State to work They are given 2 25 per day and free mileage to Indiana where they are expected to continue in em plo mfnt until after Nov 3rd when their job will be lost No one need apply for a position of this kind but Democratic voters as the place is held in reserve for them only Hard on the Republican laborers but they may stay ut home and vote- PatrickW G of Estillcoun ty the Prohibition candidate for Representative has a card to the voters in this issue Mr Patrick is a gentleman in every sense of the word and is fully qualified to fill the office with credit As candidateiiiwill vote for Mr Patrick in pref erence to the nominee of the Republican party We can assure them one thing they can not vote for a more deserving gentjeman and one better qualified torepre sent his people The law says that Congress men and State officers shall not be elected at the same time but some silly Republican papers are censuring Governor Beckham for calling the special election to elect a Congressman in the 11th to succeed the late Vint Boeing deceased on Nov 10 instead of the regular election day contra to law If such editors knew as much about the law as they do about tho innocence of Gov Goo bels assassins they wouldnt make such shameful blunders With some we will acknowl edge times are prosperous under the present national administra tion if stock can hardly be sold at any price Caleb Powers for instance has made 40000 be hind the horrid prison bars in less than three yearsForty thou sand per cent more than he was worth when he was put there It seems too that the horrible State government referred to by his Republican colleagues has not in1 the least checked his financial prosperity When President McKinley was assinatcd by one individual the Democratic party joined the na tion in mourning and sympathy When Senator Gffilbel was foully assassinated by the Taylor ad ministration a large majority of the Republican party joined in a loud chorus of rejoicing in his death and applause J One untruthful Republican pa per refers ro hnt sharp eightincli knife foun Jn Powers sock let as a barlow pee apples with theInegro prisoners and Powers ad mits the ncss of the lat ter statementttEen the former statement pie asa surprise to us as ve djdn t suppose one of them jclev little saiivtly tit and innocer ehtureever even saw such Jveappn The Sehrinl convention which mot aFirvine Friday fail ed to name acandidatefor State Senator FA Lyon of Lee county was the only candidate before the qohvention and he withdrew whqn he was placcdjn nomination fIt is now too late I to hold anotlfcr convention and select another candidate conse quently Main Burnam the Re publican nominee will have no 11 opposition 210 The time Has expired for mak ing nominati9WisomiJo get the names on under the party device Morgan Lyle has no opposition in the Circuit Clerks race This shows good judgment otito part of the Re publicans as they have no more show to elected man to office in Powell countythan a rabbit twoDr W G Hunter has received the Republican nomination for Congress in tine Eleventh district There was a split in the conven tion which nominated Hunter and D 0 Edwards of Laurel county is also claiming the nomination but Hunters name will go under tho Log Cabin whether right orwronsi The Louisville Herald is now boasting of its largo nl din reusing oirculatioirarAfter Clio election is over and the thousands of free copies now being promis cously sent to voters over the State are discontinued wo wonder if they will note tho decrease in circulation v The Democrats ofthe 78rd Legislative district met at Spout Spring last Saturday to make a nomination for RepreseTitative Elder Albert Easter the ohly candidate withdrewand no nomination was made The Republican nominee will have no opposition t To the Voters offEstiU and Powell Counties I am the candidate of the Prohi bition party to represent the 73rd district in the next Legislature I will not be ablg to make a canvass of the district and I take this method of notifying the people of mycandidacy and respctruUyso licit their votes believing that this is a most favorable time forthe virtuous and stable manhood of our district to express their honest convictions on this great question above and beyond nil economic questions in importance lBeyondall ques tion st drink is at the bottom of all lnwlessneisend crime which is now driving away the capital and skilled labor which is necessary to the rapid development of our richly endowed Staten If elected I will not be the tool of any party clique or ring butwilj be at perfect liberty to support all measures that hav dor their object the general weli reof all the peo plo and I will opposo any meas peoplestuoney if you elect nl eI shall do my best to show myself Worthy of your OllfiqcnC Sincerely7 l I WiG TATacg ax 31 MM t J l fj f v What would the Republican candidates do if Powers should confess the truth as Youtsoy has done They then would have no issue STATE OK CITY TOIKDO ss LUCAS COUNTY J FRANK J CIIKNKV makes oath that he is senor partner of the firm of F J CHENEY ft Co doing business in the 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 CATAUHH that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATAniui ConE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1880 eEALA tiA W GLEASON Notary Public Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonial free F J CHUNKY It Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Malls 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 but in people of advanced age it does not readily to ordinary treatment however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases tad from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure vhere all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a regulator of the hearts action and the most effectire treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the ClrlLwari I cpntracted heart and in 1896 while living in grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse I rar wife to what my sisterinlaw Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke Va While Y said nolhing to anyone Inever expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted 1 should Dr Miles Heart Cure I procured a few bottles of itato the and Tonic After using one or two bottlesl could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but faithful sisted on keeping t up which I did 1w rovement soon began in earnest and I took in all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am years old am comparatively a boy You- sir are a and cheerfully recom sufferingbumanltyJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addre Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad for 1JTHE i a Winchester Bank n IXCORPOBATKn t t N H WITIIEKSPOON Prcs 51 Capital Stock 200000 Sarplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 542t I Y Clay City Hotel IJ II EATON Prop iII X Table supplied with the best the t 1 r markert affoids Everything neat t and clean Rates 8100 per day il y MACHINE SHOP I fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired fit We Keep IQ Stock Steam Fittings Belting f Hose and Electrical SuppliestWE ALSO y Gasoline engines In 3 5 8 and 12 horsepower The 7 best known power for farmers and othersfThe press on which this paper fa printed i li driven by a HaganEnginer LT CHAS HAGAN WIKOHESTKB KY c r WW N7 i iJi M l and Cu- stomMILLER r CLAY CITY KY f tJCustom work six days in the we Fresh Ground Boiled Meal always on hand Grinds for one sixth tole Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundrits Stationery and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake JfAAndAVO MnUoWhoH You UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour t Sack Guaranteed 1Soldj Subscribe BALEYMer- chant t THE TIMES JiIl I 1 l tti0 l U jftfc 7 I t JJit2j lL rr ie lt THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER F TIIURSDAY OCT 221903 BREYITIESI Ei Ii iof Sums was here Tuesday night WestBeml1twas town a short day J A Sampson the timbe- man was here Tuesday on busi tress W II Hall of Independence lfo is hero visiting relatives and friends Merchant W G Patrickof I Kimbrtll was in the city a short while Thursday Mrs W K Cassidy visited rel ji fives in Mt Sterling Tuesday and Wednesday Quarterly meeting will be held at the Methodist church in this city Saturday and Sunday The first killing frost that has visited Clay City this fall was on hand Monday morning W 0 Evermun und T S Cur tis two of Yirdens leading cit izens were in Clay Oity Monday Jtick Ourtis brother of T S Curtis of Virden huts a severe case of fever He is attended by Dr Littlepage lIG Taylor has resigned his I position as salesman in the Com puny store and accepted a posi tion in the depot The infant hildof Will White died ill the Bottom Monday night + f yithwhoOpiiigCoughyThere are v several other cases into vii l 0 Miss Edna Viand Master Sidney Earnest of Lexington were guests of their grandfather S M Mnple the last of the week Sam Billings und Wallace Barnes two leading citizens of t SaturdayFand call Robert Blackburn of Stanton was nominated by the Republi cans of Powell and Estill at Ir vine lust week for Representa the Mr Jesse Turley and wife of Grassy Lick are visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Welch near this city Mrs Turley is a sister to Mrsy VolchI Mrs Ray McKinnqy has gone to St Josephs Hospital where she will have a very delicate opera I tion performed Her husband i und mother are at her side The Clay City Brass Baud is being reorganized Carl Rolph I tpngagxa t terprise has our best wishes 3 P Irvine seems to be a very pop ular point for the holding of con 1 ventions Three Legislative con iJentions have been held there this fall and two Senatorial con 11 ventions ryit AR Burn tt mhayoIH1r i chased of Jen McKinney and A jJ 1 If Hiley another largo boundarv Iliiiuui Oil 04111 u D 11 it n uivuiv IfTand Will ts01i same up into hUH if1 her and railroad tics t I Fofo pleasant physic take t Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ltible sBnsy to take Pleasant Xin olFect Nor sale by nil dealers in i i ent Inedloino I t j 1 1 r 5rvlrt c L t1 J J M ry z ri Joe W Tipton Master Powell Lodge and D R Daniel are visiting Louisville this week and at tending the Grand Lodge Miss Lucy Daniel daughter of the lat ter is with her father Belvin Ewen the star witness against Curt Jett charged with assassinating J B Marcum will go on a lecture tour He lids now 150 engagements in Northern towns beginning in Ohio Thos J Fletcher salesman in Barnetts store will shortly move willlrs acres at Ca innrgo and dispose of his person alty at public sale at his pres ent residence Thursday Oct 20 See handjbill Full line of ttylish Hats Cloaks and Skirts nt Mrs J W Williams Back from New York C W Barnett returned last week from New York where he purchased an unusually large stock of goods for his store here On his return home Mr Barnett stopped off at Philadelphia and paid a brief visit to his nephew Ed B FletcherI Carpets and Mens Clothing upstairs Underwear Dress Goods No tions Millinery Clnuke nnd Skirts down stairs See them before buy ing1rs J W Williams Clay City Ky Henry Watson the telephone man is here taking subscribers for the exchange He has secur ed several subscribers already and will start oil with a very creditabjp list The TIMES num ber will be I being the first subscriber to the exchange You need never forget the number when you want usNo tnnd so is our printing and our paper always bear this in mirth He Learned a Great Truth It is said of John Wesley thathe once said toMistress Wesley Why do you toll t lint child the sniue thing over and over again John Wes ley because once telling is not enough It is for this same rea Non 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 result in pneu monia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all dealers in patent medicine While in Winchester Monday the editor was approached for advertising s ncoin the TIMES Of course we turned the applica tions down We have all along refusedall advertising matter that intorferred with home trade Our home merchants should re ceiteallof the home trade They carry the stock and will treat you hotter than any merchants in Winchester or Lexington Consult our advertising columns when you go out to trade DoOoodIt Pays A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than real estate deeds some of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and lend n helping hand You cannot possibly lose by it Most men ap predate kind word and encourage mont more than substantial help There are persons in this community who might truthfully saylIygood friend cheer up A few dos es Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold and there is no danger whatever from pneu dieine1ItILlwny byall dealers In patent medicine a 0 A f iv Only tried lumlhonest value shoes are here Always Dost for the price Shoes for menltoes for women shoes fr gymnd girls school shoes and d The pirces are right as well apthe shoes Call and see for yourself Mrs J W Will hamsddjiPowell flan Honored Hon J Wijlillly forhier Po lice Judge of rfliis city has been appointed County Attorney of Gallatiii coil Hyto lilt the vacan cy caused by the death of Robert Wood JudgLilly is known here as a lawyer of ability and will fill the afire to which he has been appointed with credit to himself and tohis county tvs a Few Published It is impossiHllfor the proprie tors to publish mere than a very few of the numerous letters received in praise o7 chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhuja Remedy and telling of its sremarkdble cures They come frbmfevery walk in life and from ever state in the Union The following rom Mr T W Grenthouse bf Praltsburg Ga speaks for itself I would have been dead now ljul for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoja Remedy It cured me of chronic diarrhaea after seven years of suflering p can never say too much in paise Jf that remedy For nleby a1 dealers in patent medicine t Leavy for Arizona Louie Bradley one ofour Christian hearted young men will leave today foriWilliams Arizona where he has a position as foreman in a pinning mill Mr Bradley is ah expert machinist and will receive for his service 117 per month He has the well wishes of his entire acquaintance in his Old Keiitucky Home Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through His Hand Whilo opening a box J C Mount of Three Mile Bayj N Yran alen peny nail through the fleshy part of his hand I thought at onco of all the pain and soreness this would cause me he sayeland immedi ately applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my surprise it removed all pain and soreness and the injured puts were soon healed For sale by all denleas in patent medicine Saw Mill For Sale One SOhorsepower engine and boiler and good 1Imill withen parity of from C to 8 thousand feet per day All machinery in first class running order Will sellat a bargain Call on or address G D COOK Virdenl1oj Business House Two story business on sixth aye nue in Clay City Best part of the city for business Building now oc cupiedby me for jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dweljing WT Webb Clay City Ky 1 2 At One Half the Co- stLion Coffee andflavorthlnmany fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be compared with Lion in quality tJghtsealN y f r INSURE WITH F A LYON SON The Unending IiiNiuuiico in ISuNtoni l ciitu lcy Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line S I Set you Wed got 4 i tartlingFactsIIIttIIa that I I ILaundry Agency in Connection 2JDont Gained Forty Pounds In Thirty Days For several months our younger brother had been troubled with in digestion He tried several reme dies hut got no benefit from them We purchased some of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets nnd he commenced taking them Inside of thirty days ho hud gained forty pounds of flesh Ho is now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets HOLIEY Bnos Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale bv all dealers in patent medicine J y y nndall will al clean fail to give him a callIEducate IfonA BoskKsepInBiisIness PHONOGRAPHY 1 TIPewrltnil OOT1AteMF0 as WILBUR R SMITH LE2UNCYGN KY For circular of u tomort sad niponilht COMMERCIAL COllEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded MedAl at World Exposition Refer to tbluand of imdnato In potltloni Cottnf Full Bodnnloure Inclodlog Tol lion nooks and Hoard la family about Cia1tiQTheew 1terreoarefreotfdetredJ osllllLSUfI a HEALTHYI dont think we could keep house without Theilforda mACk Draught Wo have used It la the family for over two years with the belt of results I hove not bad doctorin the house for that length I of time It Is a doctor In Itself and always ready to mako a person well and happy JAMES HALL Jack sonville III- Because this medicine relieves stomach1tainsfrees tho bowels antllmlgor ates the torpidlivex and weak ened kidneys No DOCTOR f is necessary in the home where iekeptcountry miles from any physi j ThedfordsBlackDraught healthforbears I andfeyerdiarrhoea constipation colic ailmentbecmseliver and kidneys so nearly con trol the health THEDFORDS 4 DlAC t DRAUGT i The Sunny 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Offloe 635 P BU WoshiDBtou D U I y H f rr West Bend James Roberts visited friends at Eosslyn Sunday J A Roberts was in Louisville this week on business Edward Hinds visited his moth er at Kiddvillo Sunday L E Martin of Virden was hero Monday on business Mr Sam Scott of Missouri visited friends and relatives here this week Mr Johnson Everman of Nich olas county visited friends here this week Milton Morehead has gone to workat Winchester in Hagan Bros machine shop Will Abney of Torrent has moved into AV G Evermans house vacated by Geo Haddix Mrs Colby Barbee of Nicholas county visited her brother G W Everman and parents Mr and Mrs Presley Everman this week Snow Creek Thos Wood is spending the week in Louisville James Wood sold to Gardner Nelson one mule for 85 Frances Vivion purchased of Casts Swope one horse for 80 Several from here attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Thos Ogden Sr and son were in Winchester the latter part of last wed PUotViewrents Mr and Mrs T A Ogden this week Miss Lillie Vivion visited Miss Lou Swope Satur IJltaI attended preaching at Wirderi Sunday Several young folks from this place spent Sunday on the Sugar Loaf mountain and all report a nice time Messrs W E Vivion Henry Rico and Misses Nannie Thomas and Mary Love of Winchester visited MisstLillio Vivion last week Kimbrell Prof R L Brandenburg of Wa co was here last Sunday Jas D Puckett bought of C M Woods one weanling mule for 830 C M Woods is erecting a new dwelling near hero and expects to move in this month A crowdof voung folks from Clark county went on the Sugar- Loaf Mountain last Sunday Miss Stella and Master Clay Bur ton of Bllooiuingdale wewe visiting relatives hero last Satruday and Sunday lionJ B White and IL W Smith topped here a short while Saturday on their way from the convention at Spout Spring Mrs John R Stewart and son William pasted here last Sunday on their way home from ClayCity where they hud lefiii to see Mrs Stewarts mother who is sink Prof Frank Edwards of Sand Hill was over last Sunday after noon to make up a singing class but as pzik a few were out the mat ter was postponed for awhile No services will bo held at Jack sons Chapel next Sunday as this is i he date for the Quarterly Meeting ut Clay City and Bro Crawford will preach for ustlie first Sunday in November instead v Y r r Jc Tar r zi7s Vaughns Mill Bill Swopjalofj Clark county cumeup FqlIlY Miss n1itcher f9margo iSyigiMng relatives aj this place Mr Georgic Qrayett aiidfamr ily of Olarkcountyi tanfoiTp Thursday Mrs OhrlieiR bard of Wades reltsitlrnndMr and Airs piorgan McKiri = ney went td OTisville Monday to attend thQand Lodge Misses MdU iMcKinney An tile Gravett and Hattio Bush spent Sunday with Misses NeWe and Hattie Bush v 99Jis a Democrat ic candilatofor Assessor and we think he shiuJdbagh ti the place for he needs it Albert Eas 3 will speak in the interest of pemocracyjit the Christian church Frc1ny night Come out everybody Misses Nora iVlr and Ida Crow spent Sat rdaynight with Mrs Bob H rnnd Sunday with Mrs Cliarlio Clark Miss Carrl Vitt who has been visiting her cbwin Neomia Sams for several weeks returned homo Monday accompanledbytOlaudo Sams j Wden Ray MoIflnnand wife went to Lexington Mpnday Ron busi ness George HiipBf of Copperas Gap C r i Saturday night xw IrsT BWiare andjdauihter Miss Lillie visiTed FVP Adams tand family londiy r V 1i f p r M v v JW Baker dneTdf our k crest citizens welfcto Clay City Saturday on i Mrs Ixuvisa 1thee of Nicholas cotilityis visiting Oriole Press Everman thisweek Newt Abnoy treOfKiddyule were IsleuHilt guests of Charlie Hinds amijjvife Sunday Mrs Hannah P edof Hunt auil Mrs Hinds of Kiddvllle visited Mrs G DT Cook Satur dayMr Charlie Martin and wife ofJWillinmsbltrg11rtthe pleas ant guests of GP Cook this week tRoc D PvgWare passed through our townffesday with a load of saw Jogs headed for Cooks millb DilliardHugles anii wife of ctholl1ttors parents Mr n ill Mrs T B Ware Saturday andSunday- x iElder Dullard owry preached toa 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