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F T 1i pr J y atlf y w1S3 THE LAY 4 ITY TIMESt1I 50 Cents a Year in Advanci We are here to help CIrl tt OT1nnjjDg Country anI Ourselves J B Burgher Iublisher VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY JWWfc JQAY OCTOBER 29 1903 NO 41 Reason Why Citizens Should Vote Against Republican State Ticket Numerous reasons can be jnven wily voters should nit cast their bal lots for Col Belknap in the coming election The comparison of th administration of Governor Beck hum with the administration of his two predecessors W S Taylor and W O Bradley shows plainly why the people of the state should prefer democratic rule rather than gov ernment by the republicans Among the reasons why citizens tthould vote against Col Belknap and the republican state ticket arc the following Kentucky stolen from Bryan in 1806Bradleys administration extrav agant and corrupt with scandals in public institutions The use ofthe military in Louis ville and of thin ballots in the mountains the purpose of both being ii the defeat of the popular will and the debauching of the ballot box The calling out of the military under Bradley to overawe the legis lature and prevent the election of a United States Senator and by Pay for to destroy the legislature and jreventthe election of a governor The dispersal of the legislature at the point of the bayonet and its chasing through the streets of the state capital bjMih armed soldiery tk fthe cOllrtshy litSo erthrow this gr etat Tt o halteaacorpu tIIbeNthouscntds of desperadoes Sash doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways carled to Frankfort in the disguise e of soldiersThe and plots of assassi nating the supreme court and the flight of tribunal from Frank deatheconspiracy to kill off enoug members of the legislature to give the republicans a majority bloody assassination of Gov ernor Goebel The pardon of the accused assay sins of Governor Goebel by Taylor The flight of Taylor Finle to Indiana after their indictment for the assassination Governor Grebel Long and desperate flight made by Powers and Howard to escape the just consequences of the crime for which they have been indicted + and twice convicteda fight made possible only by the voluntary fi nancial contributions of republi theltnteIexingtonDemocrat WrightCox October 27th 9 oclock a in at the Hotel Butler Mo Capt T J Wright Vice Presi dent of the Walton Trust Co t Butler Mo was married to Mrs Nannie Cox of Ford Ky Rev Wm Jones officiating The couple took the noon train South Will return about 1st week in Nov to occupy the Captains nice on High Street in But leI CaptV Wri liitjaj7lirother to ufSftoiiSpring tfA Ready For Business The firm of Shinifessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand mid 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 will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should see our lino before buying Wo are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Gapes AT COST and if you are for something in this line at a dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C Shnfessel 1 RBbl2 MFG Go Winchester Ky We Manufacture Flooring Shingles and Etc store Fronts that The The and Cottage residence looking bargain NCE We are Headquarters for Building Paper 7 Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing andltc 0 Send us Your Estimates PrnltShipments S U f w111 r ref v- I 7 l Presc I at Salem I ldor ILL Brgnclenburg o Rice Staholi WIll dCh at Sa lem BaptlBt IUfc1at Spoui Spring Saturtl j 1V i7 and 8th Vhspeaker I2 lfllUrattcndllnc come out aml ih WJ1 Tw1fet Thrpen James Oldnain lias been sen tenced to theipehijtentiary by th Olark OircuitCdurt for hors stealing andfJaines Miller hal also receiM2 raj3elitence for as sault on hisjp ratnour Jcunii SmithHeired tit aFo Eighty- Mrs Nancy Short a widow eighty yearsofmjlUing in Davies county has t3 fallen hei to l000W01m honey and yea estate now m a trpl of the Ban of England 3yStei s have been ta ken to collecffitjr Fine V eather Nicer fall we hcr was never seen than we4ive Had the past week The mwn stehone bright every to nights have been coldvriti big white frosts each morning and ice froze a bout one quarwbf an inch thick Plenty of Apes In Henderson H R Wlu a tdeof Louisville has bougliVlfijfipO barrels of ap plea in Render on county whereby the Wily f uLt of this kind CIn9 ti Q Fi JU9J than anywhere Qse in Ifentuck this yearO t State Meeting of K P The thirtyfifth annual meet ing of the Grand of Knights of Pythias of Icmuckv is in ses session at Lexington The at tendance is larger The Coving I ton company won first prize in the competitive drilh The Knights are being royally enter turned ft Admits a Truth The Winchester SunSentinel virtually admitsm iat Powers is to bo pardoned ifiBelknap should be elected in thotfpllowing lines Say brother frioit Caleb do you think than Powers had a fair and impartial trial If you have any doubt about it re member that u vote for Mr Beck ham is a to him JfcPiiWithBeckhamjgGovernorPow ers as showing to live as Goebel had nearly four years ago while ijinocently walk ing in front of Ijowers office Broke Into His House- S Le Quinn ofTCavendish Vti was robbed of hisjipustomary health by invasion of Chronic Constipa tion When Dr New Lif Pills broke into hisjjiouse his troub le was arrested arid now lies en tirely cured Theyre guaranteed LbrjCosBeets Two Feet Long lathe vegetable display to be made by Kentucky it the Worlds Fair there will be rayera beets by feet in length Knadler of Tltcs have been pugrqlbYMr an will be held to St Louis with Ken tuckys next Spring sYY Saves Two From Death Our Little daughter had an al most fatal attack of whooping cough and Bronchitis writes Mrs W IC Haviland of Armonk N Y CObut when all other remedies DrgI Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced stage also this wondorful medicine and today she is perfect lungoDiscovery as to no other medicines earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c and 100 bottles guaranteed by Swann Day Lbr Co Trial bottles free- Catfornia Yard Beans Mr J T Gilky who lives near Winchester has sent to the Ken snmkhim from the native clime of the vegetable These beans have the right name being fully three feel in length and have token very kindly to the Kentucky soil A Love Letter Would not interest you if your e looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd + of Ponder Mo writes UI sufferedI with an ugly sore for a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cur ed me Its the best Salvo on earth 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos store The Republicans took charge of tiltyC ed it to 624 cents the highest tax rate ever known They doubled the State debt by borrowing 500 000 When they turned the management back to the Demo crats in 1900 there was 804000 in the Treasury with debts and obligations against the State a bout 2000000 Irvine Items Irvine Herald 1Frank Congleton who was injured two weeks oho while hauling logs is able to bo out Born to Charles Orr and wife twin hors weight it and 0 pounds Charles and Hobert 1t111 McFarlnnd and family of Henderson werre the guests of Mrs Lou L Jackson lust week Onr county man J U Bran denburg has purchased a fine farm near Kirksvillo in Madison county at the price of 14100 Revs Clark and Bartlett will lepreachthe 24th and on Sunday they will preach the funeral of Mrs Lizzio Powell eTho Sunday school of thin Chris tian church gave a picnic lust Saturday at Witts Spring A large number of children attend ed and a delightful day was spentH B Todd has purchased the- Y P Smith residence on Main street and took possession yes occuo pied the removed to the occupieddJudge W M Beck nor Repub lican candidate for Attorney General will speak at Stanton next Monday at one oclock V Sri Confession of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice Iconsulted a number of physicians and triedall sorts of medicines but got no re lief Then I began the use of E lectric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get K hySwannDay Farm For Sale Ninety acres of cood land well improved at Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLBV Osnoitx Spout Spring Ky eooeeoeoeoeeeoeeeoeeeoeeeoee The Balance i Wheel i watchnntamentThe vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slugJgisli theres something wrong will move a558 miles in n year and J tenthofndmpaofothnt little bndly The least degree Hof friction on the hearings utters motion Dont chances Let me clean and oil and put your watch J f fo in order for a year It will pay and satisfy yo- usWIBB J the Jeweler i CLAY CITY eeeooeeeeoooee The many little ways ni which you could economizeit you only tried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money enough to rest awhile when you need test without hoeing to worry about money matters Wo receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest com pounded ry six months on your savings We have issued a book t explaining the workings of this which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky niOHESSIONAL CAlms Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY r Ahead in Flour Well we should say so So fur 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 wry hest wheat on an up to date roller millrun by water power It is white and has the natural taste and tltivor of the wheat berry That is why we are ahead in Hour Buy It from jour grocer No greater cost but much greater value RG Mansfield Son IIQBSLYN KY SPOUT SPRING J H Dawson has been down from Millers Creek the past week + BL Burgher and family vis ited Mr and Mrs J E Burgher at Clay Oity Friday Corn is a very scarce article in this community and the same is meeting with ready sale at 3 00 per barrel Merchants W J Christopher and Rll Curtis are receiving their fall and winter goods and can now suit you in style aid priceJ Dillard Snowden who moved to Hardwicks Creek last fall leaving his farm near the burg has moved back to the oldhome place As previously stated in are cent issue of the TIMES there will be preaching at the Metho list church the coming Sunday by Pastor Crawford Elder B F Wright and Asa Todd two of our most substan tial citizens who have been visit ing Western relatives returned home the lust of the week Elder T P Edwards of Wa gersville was here Monday a short while He was on his way home from Bowen where he had been to fill an appointment Thos Williams the Democratic nominee for Circuit Court Clerk besides getting the vote of every Democrat in this pro cinct will also get a host of Re publican votes Jack Curtis has been very dan gerously sick at the home of his brother near this place Drs Littlepago and Irvin have each been called in and the young man is now on the mend John Ballard who always im agined town life ideal happiness grow suddenly worse and moved to Clay Oity last week leaving the old plantation behind John will probably winter there Mrs P G Pryor was called to Lexington the last of the week to be present during the performance of a very dangerous operation on her daughter Mrs ItayMcKinney who has been at St Josephs HotipitalTor several days THE TIMES IUllIISHKD EVERY TUUIISDAY j J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclnst mall matter Thursday Oct 29 1903 LCLUB RATES For the convenience of opr sub scribers we havearranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMKS nUll CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 I Home and Farm 75 Now for a Change Wo fail to see why anyone wants a citizens or Republican ticket elected We have been experimenting with such a council the past two years and every citizen in Olay City knows the character and shortcomings of such an administration too well With due respect to each mem ber of the City Council we have seen during the present adminis tration The 1000 bridge fund disburs edSometimes no meeting of the Council for four months Revenue expended nothing of permanent value in return Side walks run down to an extremely dangerous condition Damage suits pending against the town for a total of 7000 Mud streets iiv the winter soa son and dusty streets in summer The two thousand dollars in the City treasury recklessly expend ed Unpaid judgment against the city for 000 and not a cent to pay it Unlimited profanity in the council chamber and an effective ordinance against swearing Telephone rate increased three dollars per box in business houses without any further cash consideration Some of the most important streets in the town fenced up by individuals and that without any consideration 1500 expended on an addition to an already adequate school building when the same should have been built for500 The sale of an exclusive tele phone franchise for 20 years for the pitiful sum of 5 and without even requiring the company to put in an exchange The law requiring the publica tion of the towns financial con dition on Jan 1st of each year showing the receipts and dus bursemenfc evaded and ignored to escape just criticism from the hands of the taxpayers Numerous other omissions and commissions of law and order Now dont forget that this council was elected on a citizens ticket and they are now ask ing your indorsement and suf frage again but dont you think a change is needed bad enough for you to vote for the Democrat ic nominees who will give us a bettor municipal government We do and the majority of the voters in the city are with us Gov Bradleys U S Senator A T Wood of Mt Sterling said in a speech the other day- Time Democratic party intends robbing the Republicans of Lou w isville nndofflxixinetQii In that event w e will again resort to shotgun methods This candid ntetlmotisIprove to everydpubtiugT1lowas- that Gov Goebel was assassi ucol1slirIacy Republican leaders all of whon deserve the mbst ignominious death Lexington Democrat The editor f a Republican ox change hi learned by consulting the postolflcedirectory that there is no such p as Wallum Ky and thatffiundee is only a railroad atatipiiin this county There is also uo such postoflice in Clark count ls Puckett and onr neighbor should have consulted his directory wo weeks earlier W G Patrick the Prohibition candidate fojSlepresentative js assured of a Uiost of Democratic votes since they have no candi date of theiriown Most Democrats u j prefer a rohibition to a Republican iTo vote for Mr Pat rick one doe have to scratch the regular Democratic ticket They speakfcto us about Goo3 belism Bhec hamism Redwine ism the Music Hall convention and so on butlid anybody overhear of such afmuddle as the Re Eleventhget the ft vacant by a de deceased brother Would you have thoughtfsuch There will lieseparato officers and ballots fahe municipal e lection and tins is not approved of by theRepublican party Of course note They have realized for somtgj tiiiie that their ticket would defeated nearly ingIman are catching at straws Is that men who uses every effort to defeat regular Democratic nominees whether in state or municipal elections a true Dem ocrat Well they are not often classed as such tt Next Tuesdayilwill settle it Col and his gang of tratoriousjfDemocrats and sich will charter a boat and sail up Salt rider tothe town of Oblivion Voter straigliFiiiindor the roos tel is To the Voters offEstiland Counties I am the candidate of the Prohibition party to represent the 73rd district in the next Legislature I will not be able tojnmku a canvass of the district ilnnd I take this method of notifying the people of my candidacy and respectfully so licit their votes helieving that this is a most favorable time for the virtuous and stable manhood of our district to expresaftheir honest con victions on this gr question above and boyond all economic questions in importance TBeyond all ques tion strong drinktleat the bottom of all lawlessness ndcrmewhich is now driving the capital and skilled labor which Ai8 necessary to the rapid duvlloPmontcifour rich ly endowedState If elected I wilt not be the tool of any party clique or ring but will be at perfect liberty to support nil measures that havnnfor their object tthe general weJf nil the peo pie and I will oppose any meas ure to squander the peoples money jj If you elect me il shall do my b to show WUJ- jest worthy of your confidencemnjjlstippoft yours PATROKt f 1C r Democrats do your duty and vote the ticket from noml to eerid I STATE OK OHIO CITY ov TOIKUO LUCAS COUNTY S81 FHANK J CHUNKY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY Co doing bus iness 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 everyease of CATAUIUI that cannot bo cured by the use of HALLS CATAHKH CUUE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this 6th dry of December A D 1880 PEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENKY 4 Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Hulls Family Pills are the b- estCured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During CivilWuVeteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart dlsette Is curable but la people of advanced age it does not readily to ordinary treatment is however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cues knd from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all cite has failed It Is not only a wonderful cure for weak and arerulator J effective treatment ever formulated for ln proving the circulation of the blood During the Chll war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew to much worse I left there withmy wife to visit siater ln law Mrs A Kirby at Roanoke- Va While J said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old biraKirbyasheinsistedI cured a few bottles of it alb the Nervine and Tonic After using one or two bottles 1 could see no improvement and I despaired- of ever being better but my faithful sisted on keeping It up which I did im provement sood began In earnest and I took In all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You sir are a and I cheerfully recom sufferinghumanityJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrei Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind for ib IJE i 1gVinchesteJ sINUORPURATEII N H WiTiiEitsrooy Pres ti Capital Stock 200000 f Surplus 20030 Ve solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 542 l yn w Clay City Hotel fJ J II EATON Prols f e Table supplied with the best the mark it affoids Everything neat and clean Rates SI 00 per day 0 MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS Of 5 Machinery Repaired F We Keep lij Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 anti 12 horsepower The best known power for farmers and others The press on which this paper is printed is driven by a Magna Engine L TOHASHAG4NtWINOHESTBRKY t o M BAILEY Merchant and Custom i MILLERCLAY OITY KY r- i Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Ratted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tale i Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS I Clay City Ky i i iPn Medicines Iniots Oil Sundries Stationery mid Etc t Prescriptions carefully compounded 1 ++ +++++IZ ++++++++++ +++++++ r- j+ ++ 4111 The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit J Arc l1ndc Vb1l You Uc Pearl and Bakers Pride Flouri1 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 fl Subscribe THE TIM ESQfil o THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY OCT 291903 hm h LOCAL BREVITIES 0 Sliimfessel was in Winches ter Monday on business Little James WnrmouMi was very sick lust week but is much better now Sirs E N Wilson is visiting her son James Wilson at Lox ington this week Thy Mutual Handle Company want 50000 feet of Hickory logs For particulars see circulars Mr and Mrs W G Patrick of Kimbrell visited the editor and family Sunday and Sunday night A large Sample Room 20x80 feet is to be built at once by Mrs Russell in the rear of Central Hotel Dr Littlepage reports the birth of u fine son to Billy Mastin and wife Tuesday OctTADe- mloerat Miss Madeline Floyd of Chat tanooga Tenn has been employed us a stenographer in the Clay City National Bunk New goods are arriving every day at C Shimfessels store und thus gentleman is having all the business he can conveniently handle At time coming election Jack son will vote on the question of issuing 8000 in bonds for the i purpose of piking their present lint streets e J Mrs Maudr Vaughn who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilson returned Nto her home at Newport last week after a few weeks visit DrJ A Shirley of Mt Sterling one the leading stockhold ers oft he Eastern Kentucky Tel egraph and Telephone Company was in the city yesterday- It is reported that Even will devote the funds collected on his lecture tour to the erection of a brick hotel on the lots where his frame structure was burned The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give an oyster sup per at the Gymnasium Hall Fri day night for the benefit of the church Let every one Grant uttendI Mr and Mrs Vienna attended the quarterly meeting at the Methodist church j Sunday and were the guests of time Tatters father W A Hos kins Allen Osborn of Spout Spring was over last week Mr Osborn has a bad case of epilepsy hut is improving under the treatment of one Clay Citys leading phy nicians Charlie Groves was in Louis nun Mississippi tutu other South ern states lust week on a business outlook It is reported that Charlie will shortly move to the Sunny South For a pleasant physio take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Eusy to take LMeueunt in effect For sale by all dealers in emit medicine Green Puckett was tried by a jury in Squire Potts court last Friday fpr hunting on Thos Cur tispuse and 1hmed ifSpO for f 1 hunting on said Curtis place without his permission Presiding Elder E G B Mann was here Saturday and conducted Quarterly Meeting exercises He left for Jackson on the after noon train where he conducted like services on Sunday The sportsmen are among the partridges notwithstanding the season doesnt open until Nov 15 The fine imposed upon each violator of the law is quite rigid and should be enforced Mr B L Burgher of Spout Spring who has been un invalid the past four yoears was able to le driven over Friday to consult his physician who seems to think his patient is slowly improving A E Bartlett and Son are re ceiving their fall stock The same is the largest ever crowded into their mammoth store This shows they expect to continue exceedingly busy for a time at least A medical student was killed last week in a game of foot ball This is a game taught by our re ligious colleges It seems very much to us like many things are now indorsed by religious socie ties that are both crueland wikecd Yin Nibluck and family of Savoy Illare visiting the formers mother Mrs P A Nib lack and other relatives in this and Clark counties Mr Niblack left this state some seven years ago and this is his first visit to his home state Frank Brown Shot Dead Frank Brown was killed at Newport Saturday evening while on duty at the bridge He was shot inanaltercationwhich came up over an old grudge Mr Brown formerly lived here and is a cousin to Clay Brown now a resident of this city but who was at Newport whom the tragedy oc curred He Learned a Great Truth It isjjnil of John Wesley that he once said toMistrefs Wesley Why do you tell that child the Fame thing over and over again John Wes ley because once telling is not enough It is for this game rea son that you lire told again anda gain that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of of these diseases to result in pneu monia and thnt it is plenum and dealersICreek Association are being distributed among the various ehurhes among them being Salem Filson and Powells Valley The statistics show a member ship of 2088 The total roller tions of these churches for all purposos is 591404 Do OoodIt Pays A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than realestate deeds some of the latter are worthless Act kindly nnd gentlyshow sympathy and lend a helping hand You cannot possibly lose by it Most men appreciate n kind word and encourage ment more than substantial help There ure persons in this community who might truthfully say My good friend cheer up A few dos es 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 aU dealers in patent medicine V MesdanifFiiW D Lyle and Net tie Hall ofjMissouri who have been visiting relatives in this county oral weeks left here Monday for their home They stop off at Oynthiana and visit their sister Mrs Joel Reed for afJv flays The long Iked of LtC E branch road running from Indian Fields to Ml Sterling is being surveyed tinsweek We would very much like to see this branch built from Clay Cit and believe it would be quallyas profitable to the railroad people as if built from Indianfields Only a Very Few Published It is impossible for the proprie tors to publislirnore than a very few of the numerous letters received jjfinchamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrltmn Remedy and telling ofite remarkable cures They come from everywalk in life and from every state in the Union The followirig from Mr T W Greathouse of1rntt+ burg Ga speaks for itself I would have been dead now but for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrh a Remedy It cujed me of chronic diarrhoea after seven years of Biillering jcan never say too much in paise i of that remedy t For sale by Jail dealers in patent medicine Dont Hunt Without Permission The law is now such that no one can luhiton the inclosed lands of another without his per mission It is not required that the place must be posted The statutes uportfcthis subject read Wliosoevershall 11 enter upon the inclosed land of another for the purposo fishing or shooting without permission from the owner shall be fined from 500 to 20QO for each offense This is a good Jaw and should be executed by every farmer Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through His Han- d11hileopeningabox J C Mount of Three Mile Bay N Yt ran a ten peny nail through the fleshy part of his hand I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would tI he and immedicause me says ately applied Chamberlains Pain Halm and occasionally afterwards To my surprise removed all puin and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all deulcua in potent medicine Saw Mill For Sale One aphorsepower engine and boiler and good sawmill with ca pacity of from 6to8 thousand feet per day All machinery in first class running order Willsell at a bargain Call ohor address G D Coots Virden Ky Business House for Sale Two story business on sixth avenue in Clay City Best part of the city for business Building now oc copied lIyme fOT jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling W T Webb Clay City Ky A FREE game inside each package of I Lion Coffee 60 dificrerttgamesii n +c ++ ++ + + +++++ + t t 01 + + +++ + + ++ INSURE WITH + F A LYON SON I iEUHtcrnOver 200000000 t Represented i oJEveryonethey ure leaders in this line IJ +++ +r+ ++++ +++++++++++ Startling Facts A1E1 BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to top with Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got the- mEverything from a Paper of Pins to a Wedding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce end receive the best prices the mar ket 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 market values in exchange Try us and be convincedtopIit is to your best interest to give us your trade I I Remember our Headquarters I CLAY CITY KENTUCKY WEBB Tonsorial Artist Shampooing t Laundry Agency in Connection Dont fail give him a call Gained Forty Pounds In Thirty Days For several months our younger brother had been troubled with indigestion Ho tried several reme dies but got no benefit from theme purchased some of Chamber hams Stomach and Liver Tablets and ho commenced taking 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 BKOS Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale bv all dealers in pat ent medicine J F CLAY CITV KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find keen razors and clean towels J3 to Ibcafe IFORA BookKeepingBesfnessPH I IIII4ddrtIaWILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tor circular of bio famoot and nsponslbl COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Bedsl aWorld Exposition Refer to thoaoiodi of graduate In Coot of Full Bailor Counts InelndlnlTul- tlon nook and Hoard In family about f9O Short andTypeWritingabdTelegrapay9pecnltir The Kentucky UnlTenltr Diploma under Mai awarded sradnitea Literary If detlred NoyaeaUoa lcuteC Dow Onduateuoceaf91 1 twrJr to Mn goer keen reael o4cInM OIlp WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky pH I HEALTH keephouseDraught We here used It In the family for oar two years with the but of results I tine not bad a doctor in the house for that length of time It li a doctor In itself and always ready to mate a person we U and bapp7JAM881fALLJack sonville Ill- Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates the torpid liver weak ened kidneys No DOCTORi- s necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyearswith Thedfords BlackDraught ctnrt bilious andfeveri ailmentbeeauseliver and so nearly con trol the he- althTHEDFRQ3 6LAI DRAUGUT W tsrststslstst tstsis t The Sunny Sout- hFREEJ j How to got Itl A POSTAL CARD 5 Sent today costs one cent sixiih for the current Issue jfc Send only heeds of Families i This Is the South Great Literary Weekly Jj published at Atlanta Ga only 50 cent a Sg year Circulation now over 75000 St The sample copy you receive will make j you a regular Sunny South Reader The f J5 paper Is not devoted to news but literature x romance fact and fiction and elves the best I 4of all within this wide field The most noted contributors3jfrom pens of national fame withtt shine warms everything Into activity and I Jj the season Is never cold enough to check the I 4 tind of Industry The paper comes fragrant It with the breath of the magnolia and pine and palmII k corn stores up the golden sunshine and I the cotton whitens In the 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sclentldo journal Terms Tearifonrmontbail Bold bjall newsdealer MUNN CO38IBrolllway New York Braocti OCttoc OH F lit Waahinston D a t C Winchester Court tolIerably brisk at prevailing prices and most of the stock on hand wert soldThe best prices of the day were brougt by some good 1200pound feeders which brought 370 Heifers brought 2t to 2Jc according to quality Qute a number of weanling mules were sold Common to fair mule colts brought 35 to 845 fair to good ones U5 to G- OAt Scobees Yards there were a bout 400 cattle on the market Ma nj of these were sold privately by the head Among the sales were the following R P Taylor bought 2 steers wt 1200 lbs at 8370- J M Pickrell sold to W W Gay 5 steers weight 1030 Ibs at 8335- J Will Strode bought a dozen or more good mule colts at an average prIce of about 860 Mr Rankin of Cynthiann bought a number of muln colts paying from 835 to 150- J R Rees sold 2 steers weight 865 Ibs at 3t cents Gilbert Bros bought 2 steers 825 lbs at 3 cents B B Hutchinson sold 6 steers 1050 lbs at 3i cents N D Davis sold 21 good steers 1000 Ibs at f3 65 JooT Quisenberry bought 3 cows 1200 Ibs at 265 Chas D Owen sold 2 milch cows at 45 each 3 calves for 824 and a 710 pound steer at 3 cents W S haggard sold nn 810lb steer at 312 and one weighing 1020 Ibs at 3J cents Winches ter Democrat School Life A writer in Word and Works is accreditedwith the following splendid article Schoollife is the most enjoyable and the most profitable periodof a persons existence It should be improved Notime should be lost You should be as regular in attendance ns the ticking of the clock sickness of course considered Every lesson you miss is a link out of the chain You know that every link taken from a chain makes it worth less If we should fail to eat for a day or two days a week at a time well you know the result So if we are so careful to feed the body relularly why not be as careful to feed the mind as regularly The mind will be fed is a self evident truth j but it should be at regular intervals It should also be fed on the right kind of food Punctuality is the next in importance Do you make any ef fort to get to school on time Never allow yourself to be tardy If you do you are losing timeval uable time You may lose some important lesson When will you ever get back the lost time An opportunity once gone is gone forever Be on time Be ready to recite when the class is called Be first to go into the school room when the bell rings Be first on the play groundbut dont be first or last or anyto get angry because you dont al ways get your way Obedience is a very pretty word too Boys and girls who are obedient at school come from a home where they are obedient The experienced teacher knows this about the first day You should not get mad at the teach er if he or she asks you to do something you dont like to do Or if you are asked to stop doing anything that your teacher or parent thinks is an injury in some way In other words dont fjtrtftfi jif 00 cut off your nose to spite your face Dont UQ dry ild pout and thus show contempt for au thority Youtg teacher and pa rents certainly know more about these things than you do While youTore thinking over these thingsffaont forget this word diligence Prepare every lesson well Study ask questions The teacher who wont allow you lquestionsshouldfind Dont try tolget through your books too somiS What good does it do the corutto go through it with the hoe on your shoulder Ive had theyothad gone ys two or threedimes and when I examined them Sound thai they could not soTvo half the problems in itand noneof the common every day questions Why Think over tI Pine Ridge J D Ohist1 was l roon busi ness this weeKJr Harry Nibinck visited W1r Niblack Saturday Vr and Mr8 R M Guy visited the lattersparents this week Mr Jones Winchester was here this wee looking for time ber JP B Turner old Monday ton 0 GateWood thirty 000lb feeding cattlel He also sold eight to Gorey Bro and ten to Jonas Weil Time to averaged him 4- centsMt Sterling Gazette e Sale Store Housejwith 3C50 square feet flooring an uptodato stock of Generul with a spot cash trade estlfulished Also ad joining sumo lot a nice cottage Well improved with about 21oores of land No betteribusiilesd point a fine school VV JIB WALKEU JKjrksvilIe Ky Paris will havjaffiree city delivery in the course of a few monthsCONSTITUflOrtA AMENOMENT To Be Voted Onfaltthe November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provldeforan amendment to Section 181 ottiat ConatltuUou cf Kentucky The General Assembly may by general laws only RUthorize 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 franchtees In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit tile Imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or 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that I and my friends were against Jas A Wallace the Republican nominee for clerk of the Estill Circuit Court I want to say to the Republican voters of Es till county that I am for Jas A Wal lace the nominee and will vote for him and do all in my power to elect him and I now ask all my friends to do tho same as it would be injustice to me for nay friends to da otherwise and I ask that this statement be published to tho world to show how I stand in the mat ter H 0 WITT 0 S 1 ILexingtonDaily ex Sun Stations 1 in Dall 1ALvlexington 225 745 1 Winchester 810 B j- II i LEJunctlon 823 837 I Olny City 356 OtJ Stanton 400 23 Natural Bridge 43l 054 II Torrent 440 1008 UeattyvilleJunc5ll 1028 0 KJunct 011 1120 i Ar Jackson6 55 1180 WEST now u- Stations No3 Dally P u ox Sun Am JvJnekt1on221i 25 II 0 K Tunct 2 80X028neattyvllleJunc35C 720 Torrent 847 744 II Natural Bridge 401 801 Stanton 400 88 Olur Oitv 430 8W1 L A E Junction 50 010 Winchester 550 11 2- 3ArJexlngtonGOO 1010 NosSnnd make close 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