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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ttr THE CLAY lTY TIMESfitf 8 a t r i k S 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay liy r he SnrronnJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOII8 CLAY CITY KrTHUBSDAY NOVEMBER 39 1903 NO 47 Dod Walters Brought Back It food Walters charged with murder in the Estill Circuit Court was arrested lust week and bought to Irvine for trial The case against him is said to be pretty strong and a conviction is almost certain Will Remain In Clark Mr M L Thomas bought Sat urday of Thos I Davis forty fourI J L9LJlnd with improvements two miles from town on the Mt Sterling pike for 5 200 cash Possession given December 1st We are glad to have Mr Thomas remain in Olark countyWinchester Democrat Mr Thomas is a native of Es till county andy ell nown to many of our re rs Drilling for Oil The Dudley Oil and Gas Co of Lexington of which Oapt S F Hock of this city is president is now drilling a well on Crooked creek seven miles south of Irvine on the Jones Lick anticlinal The company expects to strike oil in the Hudson formation at about 700 feet They have also moved a large size Star drilling machine onto the Dudley lands near Beat tyville in Lee county Oil is expected here at a depth of 1000 to 1500 feet All known oil hori zons lie beneath the surface of the valleys in this section Sev oral wells will be drilled on com plelionf of ithosV meutionedii Richmond Register Maoufdcture trash ors Ceiling Stairways Shingles and Three Claimants JbhhD White who ran as pn independent Republican candi date for Congress in the recent election in the Eleventh district against two other Republican candidates is now also claiming the victory He says he has won in spite of the numerous frauds perpetrated against him He claims the first reports were unmercifully padded and says tlrtr correct xjflicM eountr will prove this a fact Edwards and Hunter are still claiming the victory Lexington is to have a large coffee roasting plant employing several laborers Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lungtroubles Dut since the advent I of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no loner necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass fs one of meny whose life was saved by Kings New Discovery This great reme dy is guaranteed for all Thread and Lung diseases by SwannDny I Cos Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free oJlII months back has fallen through Ready For Business The firm of ShhmVel Wnldron having been dissolved find the partnoi8hii closed I will coitinue the business at the old staid umtwill continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Hei e1l A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need win oo ifepfr by me and sold at close prices I have an clc v ai line of Fall Millinery t You cnn be suited here Indies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hut if you cnn bo anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should see our line before budipg We are closing QUt a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at n bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C ShimfesselIL- lirANcL MFG eel Winchester Ky We Flooring t1 Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Etc Store Fronts each Dr Lbr We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Send us Your Estimates Promt Shipments r t r An 034 ostmastcr ibchnr Ji masterani t uckyfseady He was appoinfe Franklin Pierce and took charge of the Wilson ville postom lit 1855and has held the off continually ever since and at the time of his death was the postmaster in the State fromiflKjIipoint of contin ous serviceA Vahrtbl Tree A syndicatc of ith1 capitalists are trying toy pqrchase a larpe wal nut tree stndifigon Sturgeon Creek Lee c This tree is 85 feet high 14 TiSel finches around and will cut S 1ft foot logs Three thousand feetjtrfynjrhber can be cut therefrom shatlekeknowledged- to be the largfryet found in that county Tenirtpusahd dollars his been refused sfetvjtfeby the owner who is said vtmtoiboor Winches 1ftcrirvfiKltems Irvnnes 13eraldy- Wm riather laesdcy for St Louis with a yi llaUog there rev Hegoin CBLTbfled nt t c Christian church UP1lly and Sunday night x I Some much fie dfd reP ir ETC being made OB ttScoiirt house The court room tejt Be ceiled with steel 7 l Gaylon Cot IJ liohas been at- Denver l r t months ttilnrnedkY P ataWiieo1 mantown lasVweV Capt S F Rock of Richmond was here this week and talks en conrnginglyof his companys oil prospects on Crooked Creek Jno A Wallace B F Jacobs George Williiras and E Convoy were elected as Inistc s for the town of Irvine la ETSimlay r Luther Scott andwife Walter Scott and wife Mrs Wm White and Mrs T Noland of Wiseman town were the guests of Mrs Jli White Sunday Mrs Lou L Jackson has just received a letter from her broth er Rev D Clay Lilly who left in last month forEdinburg Scot land to attend the University He arrived in Edinburg after a safe passage across the Atla- nticSTANDARD Rotary Shuttle 011 Sewing Machine STANDARD OKAND SWELL YEa OCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ORB BALL BBARJNQ STAND WHEEL We also Manufacture tewing machines thatI rttnl1rom IIZOf lip The Standard Rotary rune asilent asthe Uclr of a watch Makes 800 rtltche while other machines make 200 Apply to our local denier or If there la se dealer your town address xrxt Standard SewlmgMmchlme Ce y jfFs M and anticipates a good year in college Messrs David Powell of Mill ers Creek and Henry Neal of Irvine were in the city Tuesday ast Alfred Killen indicted for the murder of Caswell Bowen by the grand jury last week and who was taken to Winchester for safe keeping was brought back to Canton Monday andisnbv bn trial for his crime J W Henry the photographer is taking an outing this week The rabbits and opossum will be given no terms but uncondition al surreder lIe is thoroughly equipped for war and will move on the intrenchments at once Mr Sam Everett late of Wi chita Kansas but now an unpre tentious citizen of Estill county spent Tuesday night with Sam uel Walters at his suburban villa Mr E is a collegemate of Sena tor JoeO S Blackburn and other famous people turned out by the renowned Center College of Dan ville and it is said excelled all his classmates inquickness of per ception and acquisition of learn ing He occupies a comparatively humble position in the world whilst they once his inferiors in point of talent now hold exalt ed places Verily dame fortune is aflckle mistress Ir oIIIt Iik t IA Runaway bfcytlel Terminated with an ugly cut on the legof J B Orner Franklin Grove III It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Buck lens Arnica Snlve cured Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin E ruptions and Piles 25c at Swann Dny Lbr Cos store A SelfEvident i apt An exchange says we are con stantly being asked by our read ers if such and such an advertis ing doctor is reliable We wish to answer once for all that it ought to be self evident that a physician who is possessed of extraordinary skill does not have to advertise to get patients The displayed advertising quack as a rule has but one object in view viz to get allof your money that he can- Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for oldage but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how se vere and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Con stipation all yield to this perfect Pill 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos stOle Corn Husking Time When the sun shines bright and the gay leaves fall And the quail is givLg his cheery call When the Indian summers ac It prime Then is the proper husking time I When the beginstoIs there any sight that is more for lorn Than the shivering fanner husking corn FARM JOURNAL Not A Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts of medicines none of which reliev ed me One day I saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and deter mined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rhumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of FremontyCtitt9 Only SOc at Swann Day Lumber Cos Farm For Sale Ninety acres of good land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN OSBORN Spout Spring Ky The Balance s Wheel e momentThe J vibrations nn hour if Its in good- condition It the movement Is slug glsh theres something wrong It will move miles In n year and dropof that little badly The least degree J of friction on the bearings the motion Dont chances LetS J yourwRtchInJ J satisfy you e- w iV BDrth jovelerr CLAY CITY The many little ways ni whio you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money matters We receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent interest com pounded every six months on your savings We have issued a book let explaining the workings of this depattment which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CAlms Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY 10 R AlRVN M D PHYSICIANXND U RQ EON CLAY CITY kv = B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OLAY OIJY KY n i to B R SMITH D SURQEONf 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 ktuutihat JMANSKIELBIS isibe best It is milled trait tho very best wheat on an uptodate roller millrun by water power It is white and has the natural taste nnd 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 HOSSLYJf KY SPOUT SPRING James F McKinney is below on business this week Joe McKinney of Clark coun ty lens been at homo for a few days this week R Hood Curtis and wife visit ed J W Tipton and family at Clay City Sunday S Joe linofWadelliltcamc up Saturday with teams to move His fStherbadktto Qlarfecouhtyj TV 1 + Our popular school Maam Miss Lillio Tipton attended the Teachers Association at Irving SaturdayJ King has again mov edto the Bluegrass Mr King il a good fellow and may yet plant his spring crop of corn mold Ea tillMr and Mrs Austin RLqwry of Pilot View Clark county came up Sunday to visit the family of the Jatters father I VJ ChristopherThe of aflliction still rests upon the family of Zeko Conner Ho has another child down with fever making three cases in his family this fall T S McKinnoy has successfully moved the house he recently bought of W J Barnett and safely planted it on its now founda tion near the school house on his new farm Misses Dollio and Nannie Christopher entertained a number of their young friends Saturday night at their pleasant jiomq All present report the occasion a most pleasant one Charlie Crow has ronted and moved into the McKinney prop erty at the spring Ho has also opened up a blacksmitishop iil thff village and wo lesjeak for him It flourishing business ih his nets IbcatSrirr ir ir- Servigea a the Baptist dhuFch Saturdy find Sunday wen swell attendedcoasiiltriugtheppiict iiig nppointment9atAtworneigh boring cliufcties Thin congrega Non ivas wollplea8elwith JSlder Brandenburgs preaching and he was enga oLtosupply for the church meeting in Decenher liicJlie thbflydtatu- rday and Sunday Uio Gthand 6th r THE TIMES rUIILISHEl EVERY TI1UU8DAY J E Burgher Publisher 0 Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad I vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass moll mutter Thursday Nov 19 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 CourierJournal 8100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 76 1L IIoUlct1ndFl1rm1i We Take no Stock Occasionally we receive odvei- tieing propositions from sonic mining company wanting to trade stock in their company for ad vertising space in our paper the prime object of which is to lute our readers According to their prospectus any one owning a few of the limited number of shares they offer at 50 cents to the dol lar is sure to become richand they ask that we give our read ers a chance to obtain a fortune in a shorttiweAs we like to see our property once in n while and havent the time to go out to tha Brine and view the huge blocks of gold as they are rolled out vfo consign the proposition to the waste basket witha clear conscience for having rejected a proposition which might have fleeced several of our readers of 11Ithoi Jleroccr aiuly IsteuetteNtvny- of disposing of surplus cash titan investing in mining stock sub scribing for thq local paper for instance Oily Jemes tIat Work Hon Ollie James one of Ken tuckys leading Congressmen has introduced a bill iii the Lower House providing that when one governor refuses to recognize the requisition of another governor the latter may file the requisition and aflidvit charging the alleged crime with the United StatesOir cuit Judge who shall thereupon issue a warrant for the arrest of the fugitive The prime object of this bill is to enact a Jaw by which the au thorities may force the surrender bfTayitir and Findley from the Indiana protectotate S = 1 Lr Candidates Galore Froin hate can learii this district is fullof Congressional aspiranjs Among them being former Congressman J B White of Irvine R A Hopkins of Floyd county and the present incum bent Judge J E Cooper of Montgomery county Judge IX B Redwine of Breathitt county and A Floyd Byrd of Wolfe county Either of these gentle men would make an admirable Congressman and no mistake will be made in selecting any one of the above number A Massachusetts youthaged eleven and another in Pennsyl vania aged thirteen each shot and killed a playmate the other day This is enough to make even old Kentucky blush Municipal candidates in much smaller villages will feel envious when they read Mr affidavit thatit cost lIcOlellnnsI tobq elected York fr s t t I Sch School days arothe springtimeHof life a seasonof ofIttg It is then that the seeds Qficfiiuacter and fu taro usefulness arereown Reeds that spring up eltHerita our honor and advttncemCntiir t our degradation In thesQbrigjjtjdayBof lifes morn we are layingHne lout tion of n character whiciunustsurvive torn- lleternityA rioter which will make us td heir jeected as persons of integrity aifdBltpaafatnees or dreaded us thethFdded erpent of Egypt LayingWcffdundaUon upon which will bo erect da life of use fulness horlorandglorya bless ing to the human race or u life a curse to itself id all with whom it conies in contact These are the days ubove all otliers when we should apply onrselvfes dlHgehtly to the improvements our minds The utb lson he hI1IUYftndllfrecalledand the will soon be crowded uponbjisU Will we be pre pared The boys of today will one day be the men wHcumust this nation 1Vllet erthoybepreparetl- to take the helm when their fathers desert the sbijjl staterests solely with them iSfllliey alone can fit themselves fojjgiiiding the grand old ship bounding billows of time Meerijig clear of rocks and sandbars jihhey are not such us they should c soon iin the dizzy whirl of the shipjmust sink forever Whatever they desire to that they can be ButiSniy by untiring persevering iffiiijcfwli they hope to at tain to heiglifs t honor and fame The hill of Boleneu is rugged and only those wlJwre determined ev er reach tbeVsuflniit At all times remewbcriug faIlteattlhtabyitatmGnreached and + kept su d hf1tght iiuvnnufuyfijjvBut orslopt AVcrc toiling upfnrd in tho night Though at times the way appears gloomy yet we remember that by und by the clouds will roll away and then our pathway will bo il lumined by the silvervJight of SUe cess Let usnut become dazzled or disheartened when gazing at the hero standing fnjhie topmost round of the ladder of fine but remain bur that oncu hHWaa standing at the foot of that ladder and that he chimed round afteiji round to the high position ho now occupies Life is so full of duties There is some iithing for each one to do but our part in this graiuljrnma is quickly acted Let us tfijJn appreciate our school days knowing that AVhat soever we sow that shall we also reap Let us evjejStrivo after the good the noble the true following in the footsteps f those who On Paines eterngground Their silent tents hfivqspreud Pcciillarl Shot Thomas IInrdi u 1C yearold Batli county ja45hot himself in a peculiar way luh died from the wound fore the fire carlesslysltuiidliu- grevolverwhen iitAYas discharg1 edtlio bullet the fire place aiid TeboRmffig striking the young roan rn the stomach 50i Free Trialf1pM4oqt a ltOpens EASY 10- OlEAtt Mrs Rover I noli lIn14rnUppil rhsl Al rordclrlo II1tIftoqQo6LEAStiroco110ha Ft1 a A dish of cold water A whiff of fresh air t A bit of bright sunshine Will oft banial care Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS they cannot reaeh the seat of tho disease Catarrh is a blood or con stitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take intern remedies lulls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces llallss Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combinedwith the best blood purifiers acting di surfucesIulrediantaiQwatatproltuettsuetwonderful tarrh Send for testimonials free FJ CnENKCO Props Toedu 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the b- estSlaveS To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been sbat- tered by the use of deadly drolts there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor ing to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Restorative Nervine has done for me that I roust ellit for that part of humanity that earsIno relief exceptwhen doctors gave morphine To get rid of 1 took morphine myself as it WAS the only thing that would give ease and now you point with scorn at morphine using how you when in- such apnny knowing it about the only thins that UwUld give resist it it was a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but I never fullyrealized its cance until I had us it a ofmonihs Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I lesolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to any such demon About this timn I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative advertised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully say I am cured of using morphine Now however much per- Sons may it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial unsolicited but I feel it my duty to give it for the benefit of the suffering MATTIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All dru sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind TFIE j I Winchegtei Bank 7- L iNconpoiUTED 0 NTTH WiTiiEitsrooN Pres vr Capital Stock 200000 JSurplus 20030v- Vo r solicit the accounts of individ io imlfl firms and corporations 542tttf Clay City Hotel f J II EATON Frop7- P Table supplied with the best the markcrt affords Everything neat and clean Rates 100 per day MACHINE SHOP ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep Iq Stock Steam Fittings Belting z Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline BnginesiIn a 5 8 and 12 horse power Tilofbent known power for fanners and others laprintedfaL T Cg1SgGA1 e WINaHESTER TKY v S 1 M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER k CLAY OIlY KY j dCustom work six days in thnvcek Fresh Ground BolteJ Meal always ofhanJ Grinds for onc sixth tole 4V Littlepage Soy DRUGGISTSClay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery und Etc Prescriptions carefully conipoundedS The Whitest White Cake ir0 t The Lightes Light RollsjfAnd Flakiest Biscuit l f- A10 I lUndoVhoIlYonUt4o v I Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed j MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY a fi Sold by our Leading erthnnt8124 = If 4tts Subscribe Fo- rTHE TIMESIf I i 0 r THE TRIES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER TlfURSDAY NOV 19 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES n The pestiferous ily is still on the wing The skeeter still hummcth his lay The float of the floater and the can dingBoth day The first snowHakes of the sea Aim fell here yesterday morn lug Albert Welch of Stanton was in the city Tuesday on a business mission Born to Mr and Mrs J E Nibluck Saturday Nov 14th a Ktnrjan8 pounder Since the rain wo have had a very sudden and disagreeable drop in temperature Misses Hariett and Grace Perkins are visiting their brother and other relatives at Cincinnati Dont forgot that you can get the Cincinnati Daily Post and the TIMES both one year for only 200 Win Neal having completed the fill on LcC E Y at Jack son Breathitt county has re turned home The rain Monday night was well received by all The ground has not been thoroughly wet for several months The bridge under construction near Climax Stave Mill by LeC E R R Do is making slow progress of late av Mrs Polly A Stewart andj daughter Miss Emma of Irvine visited relatives in play City a few days last week I Mr J W Vaughn a former resident of Hardwicks Creek writes from Arizona to change his paper from Phoenix to Gilla Bend The river is past fording as a result of Mondays rain an ex ample of what we may expect half the tune for the next five months Frank Earnest of Lexington was here this week He informs us that he and his family are pleased in their new home and like Lexington real well Elder T P Edwards supplied for Pastor Turpin at Powells Valley Saturday tutu Sunday El der Turpin being engaged in some protracted services in Rock castle county Mrs E Maxwell on last Fri day the 18th inst counted the seventieth milestone on lifes highway She was the recipient on this occasion of her first birth lay present W 0 Martin a former mer chant of Vinton this county will go to Louisville Jan 1st and enter a medical school We wish Mr Martin unbounded success in I his chosen profession The turkey crop is scarce and I high this year They are bringing 11 and 12 cents on foot in the i country this making the usual Thanksgiving and Christmas din nor come uncommonly high Thos Boone our popular sheriff has growing on his right hand little finger what is pronounced by his physician aj cancerIt gives liim much pain andjho 1ms r i decided to have the finger ampu tated A wagon belonging to Swami Day Lumber Company loaded with lumber Was run into at Oth street crossing Saturday after noon The driver and the mules were unhurt but the wagon was demolished and the lumber bad ly scattered George Brandenburg and Mrs Ida Gamboe visited the formers aunt Mrs Kittie Gravett of Hardwicks Creek Powell coun ty last week She is one of the oldest women in the county being eightyeight years oldWin Winchester Democrat An exchange says The man who sows rye this fall so as to have it for early pasture for his cows next spring will congratulate himself then on his fore sight Rye is one of the best things hecnn sow to start the cows off well in the spring What to Do Until the Doctor Arrives One of my children was taken with cramp colic and suffered se verely says S B Elzee of Mon ett Mo I telephoned for a doctor then gave a dose Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhrea Remedy and a few minutes later a second dose Before the doctor Clime the child was relieved For sale by all dealers in patent med icine The Sunday School Convention Rev E A Fox Secretary of the International Sunday School Convention was on hand at the County Sunday School Conven tiot held at this place last Friday as announced in last weeks issue 6i the TIMES A- veryI profitable meeting was held though not a very large attend ance Pastors levin of the PreE byterian church and Crawford lof the Methodist church took part in the exercises It is being plan ned to hold the convention here again next year and it is hoped under more favorablecirctimstan COB For a Dad Cold If you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chum berlains Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve it und to allay the irri tation and inflammation of the throat and lungs The soothing and healing properties of this rem edy and the quick cures which it eflrcts make it a favorite every where For sale byall dealers in patent medicine Killed by Freight Train At L E Junction Thos Bren nail a wellrespected young man attempted to board a morning freight train and in the attempt his foot slipped and ho fell umber the moving train which ground his body to pieces He was warned of the Hunger in the effort by friends who wore stand ing with him when the train came by them but he made the attempt as he remarked its dead easy JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets When you feel dull after eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste inIi mouthWhen liver is torpid When yourbowels nreconstipatcd When you haven headache When you fool bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stom nub and regulate your liver and bow els Price 25 cents per box For sale by all dealers in patent medi cineI 4y i 0 Stepped Against a Hot Stove A child ofiMrs Geo T Benson when usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severeRv ly The child t was in great agony and him mothef could do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she hud tthofdeof Chamberlains Pain Balm in the house she thought she would tipit In less that half an hour nfterjftpplying it the child was quiet ana asleep and in less than two weeks was well Mrs Benson is a well known resident of Kellar VaPain Balm is an anti septic liniment and is especiable valuable for rt1ScUtS bruises and sprains Forsale by all dealers in ptuent medicine Zeke Wets Damages- E E We wellknown ud ulredru nlmCl luasbronghtr suit against tie 0 N 0 T P railroad at Lexington for 100 damages His baggage was car ried Wilmore to which point it wajFchecked and the company made no effort to locate it hence thesitThe Remedy for Croup Fitosi ATCIHNSON KAM GLOBE This is the season when the woo men who knows the brat remedies for croup is inZ demand in every neighborhood One of the most terrible thingstfn the world is to he awakened inthe middle of the night by a whoop from one of the children ThOjCrourp rmedies are almost nEl sure to be lost in case of croup as a revolver is sure to be lost incallo of burglars There used to be an old fashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mothers say that GharnerlninACough Remedy is better and does not cost so much It causes the patter to throw up thohlegm quick ii and gives relief iri a shorter time Give this remedy as soon as the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the attack It never fails and is pleasnntandsafe to toke For sale by all dealers in patent medicine II Numerous Hunters The bird law opened Sunday Mondayboing the first week day and good use of Jhe time seems to be beihg made by the sports men Several however have ta ken time by the forelock and in truded upon thelaw before the legal time arrived It seems to be a hard matter to got at these law violators it should be rigidly ellforced7Hunters should not forget to gefcjpormission from land owners before killing any game or shooting on their prom ises A FREE game inside each package of Lion Coffee 60 different games Saw Mill For Sale One30horseppwor r engine and boiler and goodj saw mill withoa pacity of from GJtC 8 thousand feet per day All machinery in first class running oHl r Will sell at a bargain CalLon tiraddress G DfCptiK Virden Ky h iq 1L4 INSURE WITH F A LYON SON The Loading Iiisiirmico in Etu torn IiontuokyOver 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know theyare lenders in this line t1t l actsJ AT E1 BARNETT Sc 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 wonder how we themIEverything from a Paper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon maIv Bring on your produce andreceive the best prices the v ket affords Nice obliging clerks nYe at your serVloe We hold the Held in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY in fail him a call For sick headache try Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will ward off the attack if ta ken in time For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Business House for Sale Two story business on sixth ave nue in Clay City Best part of the city for business Building now occupied byme for jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling W T Webb Clay City Ky J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towelsi Laundry Agency Connection 23Dont to give Educate FORA Sit uet a Bo kKee rngBDsrness PHONOGRAPHY TypeWrung Iih Telegraphl Coprmoarra jttai WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of bUfamoM and rwpomlbl COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Dedal at World CzpoUltoa I ItIOfJoe tion hook and Bard In family about BhorthaadTypeWriting udTdegrapny8pedalti lIrThe Kentucky Unlrenlty warded graduate Lteraryeouretree If dertre- dNoriMsaUon Enter pow Graduate ineoaMfuU- I 11 order to kan vwr kttnt react w addita mlf WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky LIVERTROUBLES I flail Thad ford BlackDraught W ft medicine for liter disease epentfloeicine I takeMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va Ifour liver does not act regularly to your dmaaiBt secure a package of Thedfords BlackDraught and take a dose medicine frees the constipate bowels stirs up the torpid liver and causes a healthy secretion ofbileThedfords BlackDraught- will cleanse im purities and strengthen the kidney a A torpid invites biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys disease r which claims as many victims as consumption 25cent package of Thedfords Black keptinu bteedrhedrnrdrDID- raught for liver and kidney corn- plaints and found nothing to excel ItWILI lAM COFFMAN Mar blehead Iii THEDFORDSRLACK DRAUGhT The Sunny Sout- hFREE How to get it I A POSTAL CARD Sent todAyCOt one ccnf tillg to you And your six neighbors whose names And 7addresses you send as ShQ Sunny SpufcH for the current Issue Vend only Heads of FamtHes L WHklyIyear Circulation now over 75000 The sample copy you receive will make you a regular Sunny South Ruder The r paper Is not devoted to news but literature romance lad and fiction end gives the best of all within this wide Geld The most noted southern writer are among Its contributors Two good serials are always In progress from pens of national tams Ey1 iXonny ffotatlk teems with the life of the great south The genial sun shin warms everything Into activity and the season Is never cold enough to check the hand of Industry The paper comes fragrant with the breath of the magnolia and pine end gives out the very air of the orange pate and bay The beauty and pathos the romance and mystery of the land where tits corn stores up the golden sunshine and the cotton whitens In tile moonlight will be given In the wellfilled columns of this fascl natlng wkly Send on at Portal Card the names and addresses of six of your neigh bon who would appreciate the opportunltyto real a copy of The Sunny South and one sample will be mailed free to each Address cAll Communications to the Sunny Souths Atlanta Cat x FALL 1003 TREES TREES BY THE MILLION Pratt and Ornamental Orate Vines Birall rrviu Evergreens Eknbarl epar TCI and everything for Orchard laTni aid CVUBU Ho ace its batted Trieti to tkj Tautoi Caalcguo oa an catloj to H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Boh Tlioaei LEXINGTON KY IEXPERIENCE rTRADE MARKSI Anions sending a ketch anddecrlptlon ma gatoklyascertain oar opinion whether an pantable Communlca- Uone atnctlrcoDlldentlal UandboOlcon Patena- aentfrae FatenU OJdut thentereoelvethoattftcial notice wl cKwllfk JlllltrkalA handaomilr lllnitratexl weekly T armt dr- eolation of any identlflo ionrnal Terms tea fi rkBraa ef5gy Kimbrell James Hutson of Puckett waF here last Monday on business E H Bovles of this place attended court at Mt Sterling MondayPastor J 0 Crawford will fill ho regular appointment at Jack cons chaple next Saturday night and Sunday Elder M V Larison prerched at Kimbrells Ohnpel last Sun dey He will preach those regu larly the third Sunday in each month Los Lick Miss Sallie Gvavett is at present indisposed II H Gravett bought of Grant Lilly one bog at 5 c Charley Lowry is to occupy t- ie house recently vacated by Mr Ling Miss Eva Osborne made a flying trip to this vicinity on Saturday morningAsa arne t was here on Satur day afternoon In search of some mules which bad strayed Every body is invited to attend prayer meeting exercises at the church Thursday night Nov 19 V Snow Creek Corn husking is progressing nicely in these parts Thos Wood is serving as juror at Stanton this week Mr John Guinn and wife of Winchester visited friends here last week Misses Carrie and Mollie Low ry of Winchesterrandtwo youn gentlemen visited friends arid relatives here last week J G Vivioa spade a business trip to Stanton Saturday and was accompanied home by Mrs Vivi ons father Mr J K Scott Our clever and kind merchant at Log Lick has sold his store and farm to Mr Ed Epefson He received 01100 for his farm We regret to loce Mr Chism but ex tend a hearty welcome to Mr Epercon aftllY t J 0 Townsend purchased of J 0 Scobee one yoke of oxen The toot of the possum hun ters horn can be heard in the land Knox McDonald have finish ed sawing here and will move up the L E Prof John A Rogers will teach a clacs in vocal music at Chop Chestnut school house For 15 Mr Townsend has a loge timber contract with Sco beeWilliamn Spoke Oo H E Willis sold his steam grist mill to Hughey Profitt They have moved it to Estill countyJ Ccobee of the Scobee Williams Spoke Co of Winchester wao here last week after the boys with a sharp stick F G Powell special deputyy was aster the boys lust week to go before the Gran Joory and feno Some went one way and tether WhenFieldon dont coach em hoth comiu an a gwiueu himI Vaughns Mill tTherej church Sunday J111 tlf l Miss Hattie BushspentSunday- 7ith Mica Farini Jackson Mrs Albert Crow visited heron Lenhie atDarlingBvillo Sat rday night and Sunday Mr John Format and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs L J Lyle from Saturday until Mon fryA rl P Bush and family Bettie Highley PolliegJueh and Ida row y with Mrs Morgan McKinnoy Mr and Mrs John Burgher of Jpout Spring spent Saturday light and Sunday with the lat hers parents Mr and Mrs Me vin Gravett Misses Mattie McKinrfey Cad lie and Annie Gravett Malisa Highley und Messrs Joel Gravet- tl1dRyEurghcfwcrothoguests of Mr and Mrs Robert Henry SundayMisses Hattie Bush Addie Clark Malissa Highley and Mes srs George Bush land Joe Olark were guests of Lime Witts fam ily at Iron Mound from Friday until Sunday 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