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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- t THE CLAY I ITY TIMES 1It Joi Cents a Year In Advanci We are here to help Clay CitythirreiiDJing Country and Ourselves J B Burgher Publisher VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY THIII1 DAY DECEMBER H 1903 NO 4V i Burned to DeathIMrs Sophia Garrett wife of Tames Garrett was burned to death in her homo near Bowen i Friday Her aged husband wits in the yard at the time 0 the accident ran to her assistance and was himself badly burned in his efforts to save his wife The remains of the deceased were bu ried in the Stanton Cemetery The couple are both old and feeble but are well respected citi zens of this county H G O- arrect or toClimax Stave Tie Company is a son of the unfor tunate pair Valuable Fowls The Winchester Democrat reports the following turkey sales Near Mt Sterling Mrs Wm Bridgeforth sold 00 turkeys to Sullivan Toohey which brought her 11070 Mrs Susan Sullivan aged 75 sold 88 20 worth of tur keys and haif20 left for the Christmas trade In Harrison Mrs Ln lie Swineford of Rutland sold one turkey that brought her a few cents over 4 Hunter Wins at Last Dr W Godfrey Hunter has been awarded the certificate of election to Congress in the Elev enth district over Edwards and White He was elected by only 105 votes and the two defeated candidates will each contest his seat y V F ifeltt of thasoidibrs station rte 4 a i tati a We Flooring doors Blinds Vararidas Pickets Stairways and Eto ed a Jackson has been remove by Gov Beckham upon from Judge Redwine statin that they are no longer bfo New Stave and Tie Company The Southern Stave and Tie Company is the title of a new corporation at Lexington which will do business largely in this part of the State The new com pany will have a capital of b00000Railroad Assessment The State Board of Valuation and Assessment has fixed the val nation of the L E railroad at 402700 The L N wasas sessed at which mean- an annual tax of 4002022 The total value placed upon the holdings of the railroads of the State is 52286805 which i- an increase of 808882 over tha of last year The increase in mileage of the roads operating in Kentucky is only fraction less than 81 which makes the total mileage o track inthe State 8180 milesI The L A built 28 of the 81of miles of new track A plan is now on foot by th people of Lexington to make th State fair a permanent fixture that city They offer to giv sixty acres of ground if the Stat will upportahe project I s t Ready For Business J o Tlib firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at r the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder ofCx the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by mo and sold at close prices I have an i elegant line ofJFall Millinery w You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly R trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should sPo our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting continuance of same I am Respectfully yours T v C Shimfessel L t t1J LIANCh MFG Go f Winchester Ky y Manufacture Sash Ceiling Weatherboarding Shingles Store Fronts 8185505 a mile a We are Headquarters for Building Paper r JllIntoldarid Etc Sends Your Estimates PrpmtjShiprrients t in I 0- i PossumdeCook dot poss an hard do fat f dtn larddT5 t Gyarve dat possahwKelp it roun An do con its bride i Sweeter meat annjt be foun Wid sweet Ii ta Srsby Its side Oyarve dafpossuB fcyarve him deep Gimme now a d ible share i Let me suck his be an sleep An die an go I InmiO where yOyarveo hpflrt Eat tel youcafny eat no more i- R IJartAn flu Lexington DeiriocVt Better Thanfetpected The statemefnt ecently given Agris drop only 116W8B O bushels less than the exc q flyheavy crop of last season 0 corn raises acvte t changing t c er figures of acreage TlfeJrejjSltis the prom ise of a crop lespUhan 10 per cent whichfdared Aecordi o the figures the deparfwenfr the census gives higher fijnmjjji for some pre vious years li crop of oatsI hundretd t year n any 1000er wq 1 w o optiiis year would be worth 57 000000 more than that of JastI year the corn crop 488000000 less and the oat crop 18000000 less In spite of these two decreases the agricultural year will be one of our best Last years concurrence of of large crop of corn and a high fprice was ver 3he unusualL L A Costly Miiiteke Blunders are sometimes very ox pensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills fOl Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 250rat SwannDay Lumber Cos stOle STANDARD Rotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine BTAltDAKD OtUOtO SWXU sort LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH e- TWOMACHlNBSN ONB BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture tewing nuhlneathat retail from UOO The Standard itotaryriha aa silent ai the tick of a watch Makes i etltches while other machines if there L ndeaplerlinyour ttwnadacteiOt im StandArd Sewlag Itcj t f 4 I Scarcity of Eggs The egg market was perhaps never so limited as at the present time The supply has been shor- of the demand for the pas twelve months and the market has been firm and high during the entire season They are now worth 28 cents on the local mar ket and 20 cents in the city good prospects of them going still higher Printer Missing iarvinVyu a printer in tIu Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat office aged 19 vears and a very sober and quiet young man ha very mysteriously disappeared from the city He had about 7b on his person when ho left and foul play is suspected Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching re volt and serious trouble in your sys tem is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troub lesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the Kid nays nnd Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Rundown systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches I vanish under its searching and thug ougheffectiveness Electric Bitters is only bOca and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co Another SchemeInjJaesThompson a nelI odo 3 v1fjlffl1l iv diftby near the Delewaro Water Gap I was working on a fence along the road when a welldressed stranger came along searching for some lost articles in the road Inquiry revealed that the stranger had dropped a 500 diamond a few hours before Ho said would give 100 for it After an hours fruitless labor the stranger gave it up and went a way giving the farmer his ad dress in Scranton A little later a tramp appeared on the scene and as he passed along the road he stopped and picked something from the dust The farmer has tened out and found it to bo the lost diamond Ho negotiated for the possession of the stone and finally secured it for 50 Then he rushed off to Scranton but failed to locate the welldressed stranger Later he learned from a jeweler that rings such as he had were worth 25 cents each if well cleanedHarrodsburg Her ald Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will presist in closing their ears against the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read wha- tr R Bcall of Beall Miss has today Last fall my wife had every symptom consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after else had failed Im provement came at once and four bottles entirely cured herGuar anteed by SwannDay Lbr Cos Price boo and 100 Trial bot ties free agedaI years was burned r iI to death at her home in Simpson I county Floraet street dumping the occupants or a hun dred other accidents are every day occurrances It behooves every body to haven reliable Solve bandy 1and theres none as good as Buck lens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect 25C at Swa Dny Thr fny atnyp Farm For Sale Ninety acres of seed land wells 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 OSIJOUN Spout Spring Ky IThe Balance s = Vheel Look Inside your watch momentThe balance wheel is goodSAM14fuimiimii ji me movement is siug jish theres something wrong ItJ will move miles in a and J requires less than onetenth of a drop needsthatJ of friction on the bearings alters s the motion Dont chances Let J me clean and oil and put fourwatch in order for a year It pay and satisfy you WEBB theJeweler CEAT CITT The many little ways in which you could economizeit you only triedOpen n SAVING ACCOUNT- at once and accumulate money enough 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 compounded every six months on your savings We have issued a booklet explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky rUOFESSIONAl CARDS- 4pu1411M44MN4NN4M4NINM14Mq4NN Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KTi R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY LlTTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY N F i I Ahead in Flour Yelll we should say so So fur ahead that our Best Patent and Mountain LilyIhave become standard brands There are hundreds of flours to choose from but the housewives Jrnmvjhul iTANPFTKrTVSMff4hf best It is milled from the very best wheat on an uptodatq roller mill run by water power It is white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry That is why we are ahead in Hour Buy it from your grocer No greatercost butmuchgeptervahi- eR C Mansfield Son KOSSIAN KY SPOUT SPRING Saturday was the regular Ala sonic Lodge day I Farmers are beginning to conl plete their job of husking corn Thanksgiving was spent in tle usual quiet mamierby our pe6 pie Elder BS Burgher aft Winch ster was here a Short wJiile this week J rjV R Hood qfinisoar populnr merchantand polite postmaster will continuo his business atthe same old stand next year Sue cess to you Hood T S McKinney the hustling timber man has recently bodght another boundary of timber and will work up the same into ties this coming Spring Saturday and Sunday are reg ular preaching days at the Bap tist church As previously stated Elder R L Brandenburg of Rico Station will supply for the church at this time Elders J T Turpin of Rice Station and T P Edwards of Wigersyille washere Monday a short while enroutQ home from Filson where they had been to hold meeting W S Niiilacic has bought of Luther Hamilton a farm inOlark county hear Flanagai for 1500 The place contains 04 acres Both of these gentlemen former ly lived at Spout Spring where they each have many well wish est i Atelepli4nbinessae to ruin tives at this place brings the sad intelligence that Mrs Ed Ru pardneqMiss Bessie Lewis is vecylowatthe homeof her fn doer W r Thom BOi ilrsfltupard1 wellkrifwn here whqrivshehasihanyfnetnlB andAvliere she f rlUerlYliv d when with her fatherIt Mr Albert Ourtis and Miss IdaMcIntpsh were quietly near ried atthe Jipnioof the bridds father near here Mr Ourtisjis a well respected young inairliv ing on Snow Greek while the bride is the deserving daughter of Mr A H Mclntosh The Ti3iE8 correspondent extends con Kratulations J 1 THE TIMES rUnUSHED EVER TUUHSDAY J D Burgher Publisher t nO Slitscri tion Rates 50 Cents per jtlr in advance otherwise 75 Cents f Entered nssccorulcluss mull mutter Thursday Dec 3 1903 CLUB RATES TofHlie convenience of oursiib scribers we have arrangedclub rues with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and t t CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 lfontErttridI dTrti An eminent scientist claims that religion is a disease and is contagious It ma be but if it is true it is selfevident thrttOlay City is extremely healthful and would make an excellent place for a sanitarium to treat those afflicted with the holy trouble A Pennsylvanian who has been sentenced to hang in that state for murder perpetrated on his native soilconfesses to the mur der sixteen persons in Kentucky This partially explains the assassination question Country Life the Best Prof L II Bailey the new direc tor of the agricultural college of Cornell University with that keen love of rural life which distinguish es the finest and the best developed intellects firmly says according to the New York Farther The com nilot fofatrnifiii gjHijft Hti hush the pleasure of farming and the joy of being in the country and the satisfaction of being independent as the mere money that is triad The wholesome man nev er loses his Jove of the country Tbe city folk forever dream of the time when they can go to the coun try The farmers can only dimly realize the city peoples longings for the clean water the blue sky the green grass the fresh foods and the same conditions that are summed up in the word country Coun try folk long to go to the city to mske fame and fortune City folk long to go to the country to find healthrest strength and quiet The country foIkmakVaJ injslake the city folk repent oftiiier3 kris I t f ft take airsbo pfoudqfpyour rural possessions be shoji to vo them reahze w hat they mean to you an1- n4 untrstaorlthat tliocrowd ed liustiing1 lusting cjty can new er give you any real equivalent for them J New Game on the Farmer A new swindling game was re cently worked ou Mac Stephens a farmer north of Washington Who entertained a stranger who claimed to be a minister says the Democrat He played fhe part In the morning u young couple appear ed and asked the witty to the min isters saying they wanted to get married The farmer thought of the minister who was staying with him and suggested that tim couple bo married there The supposed minister performed the ceremony Thefarmer and his hire signed tliec rtiricattas witnesses Recently Stevens was notified that a note for 1000 was due They had signed a note instead l of a marriage license The swindlers had discounted the I note A D CitizenT An excharigobida farewell to n departed clti n as follovs lIe was a maii ot J I piish ho played marbles Wit iboy fQr keeps and cheated all l lIit out of their alliesssyapped n blade less knife u1 eon rr1 fouf bladed sold it fti 50 cents bought n pound of stig made ttbarrel of lemonande i Jich he fold on cir cus day for ght dollar He started in Misfness flifd sold tough meat f choice cifts and made n for e When ho got a thousand dollars he started a company witMive million dollars mostly sold the stock at par company bus ted it waterfnnd ho had long since died a millionaire money here It is very waian he is now A Pastors Sunday School The railroajls recognizing the importance jjf the Pastors Spa day School IhpUtute to be held in Louisville December 1518 have granteda rate of one fare plus 25 corns for the round trip All entertained provided the1Fnames are snet in by Deceinbel0 It is suggested that Sunday Schools solid their pastor and i his way Consid ering the magnificent program and splendidTarray talent this ought to bring 1000 ministers to Louisville Eight or ton of the finest s educators of A merica including International workers college presidents The ological Seminary presidents and others wilKtako part in the programr While thins specifically a Pas tors Institutall UUtlnYSCh O01 workers of gory class are ex pected Boa aJ bc secured at resIlblr t11 t pngramni Qfli 4ilifur mation addressE4 Fox 19 Louisville Trust Bldg LouiE yille Ky v IrvineiltemsIrviif Miss Diaggie Ttiddisseriously ill this weekf Q W Lylejlf Vaughns Mill is attending cciurGlierethisweek- MissCoraEqas of Louisville formerly one of Irvines most at trnctivo ladiesj1iis visiting the family of Mr SL Tudor and other relatives AJI NortonDr Lemming and Representative elect Robt Blackburn of ahtonj were in attendance aliQ opening of court Monday4 Thos SVilliairfs Tins begun work on the buildingon the lots known as the Cockrill property He will erect a lilockof three two 1t1iIWilliainehopes ing bythoNopening ofvSpring 0 W Brooks and DJVSharpJ- IO have beeirin tiecouhty for Several inQiiths eng i ed in the curley waliuit businesg 18ft last week after h shipijedabout all tho valuable walnut that Could be procured iiftiie iountyt cr 50J Free TrialnynrtWforCwttwlEr It Open lIoro EASYTO CLEAN Mrs RorerAIII xLtd rdttpp fIl At rourdoderro4 udrwtoqUOtr3Ar13r0se to J 111 No nian has property to burn unless it is fully insured Probably thoway to Atilt a falsehood ia to let it lie Howd This r We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by lIalls Catarrh Cure F j CHENEY Cor Toledo o We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the hst 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WSl TntrAx Wholesale Drug gigts Toledo 0 WALDINO KINKAN MAHVIN Wholels Druggists Toledo 0 tnrrlrCOIO is tuken mJ ternally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Icstl0 ids sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the b- estMother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Eiad Fre quent Spasms DrMiles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that your medicines cured little girl If iiineof tpams Shecommencedhavingthcm- atthe ae of three Our family doctor she would outgrow them did not We took her to another physician who said 1rou4141w s cUe t1cfita in a form Ite rl dciiliciShewuso nervous she could hardly walk AsI had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to my child I gave her in all ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an tttack since we com menced the treatment She is no longer troubledlith nervousness and we cured I enclose her picture mptherinlaw lost her reason was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine her sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you very much for your good medi tines and kind advice i dont there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little 111 lives out in ArkansasMRs HANNAH BARKETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Kcmedls bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases AddrelV Dt Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind q t THE t 4lWinchester UcORIORAfEfll IN H WiTiiEnsFoo PresV Capital Stock 200ltdpQr Surplus 20O0 We solicit the accounts of iridi vid ualft firms and corporations 542 r Clay City Hotel- J II EATON Prop 1 Table supplied with the bet the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8100 per day MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS O- FNIachineryRepaired We Keep ID Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n H 5 8 and 12 horsepower The best known power for farmers and others The press on which this paper ii printed U driven by a Hagftn En ne rf t T CHAS HAG Nt r WINCHESTER KY cjt M BAILEY Merchant anJ Cu- stomMILLER i CLAY CITY ICY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tolf Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay CityKy Putent Medicines Piiints Oil Sundries Statipiiery and Etc PreBcrlptiohs carefully compounded The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls AndFlakiest Biscuit y- Are Muda Vb n Yon Usc yet Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Ta ke Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Y Sold by our Leading Merchants 7124t Subscribe for oCi THE TIMES ri s 4 ite THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER TIIURSDAY DEC 3 1903 n LOCAL BREVITIES James B Hall was in Winches ter Tuesday on business City Assessor Rev H A Ir vin is taking lists this week Boric to Mr and Mrs Henry Nunn Sunday the 2flth a son Corn fodder like all other feed products is very scarce and high W G Blanton of Fox was in town Friday selling some fat IIOJJF ElderBrSrBurghur of Win hester was here the first of the week on business Mrs R A Irvin returned Monday from a visit to her sis ters at Shelbyville Dr Williams is again improv ing his desirable property by sinking another well Mrs Bettie Heasley of Green up county is visiting her daugh ter Mrs B Littlepage Mrs Bettie Hardwick of Stan ton was the guest of Mrs Olill Shimfcssel the last of the week Mr Lennie Crow has moved to town He occupies a residence in the eastern portion of the city A H Hampton of Indian Fields was here Saturday and bought some cattle of J B Ea ton Mrs N R Swope who ho- sclJen confined to tier room for statefDr Irvin reports the birthof a 0lb girl Tuesday Dec 2nd to Mr and Mrs Bunyan Phillips of Old Olay City The tunnel at Torrent whice has always given the L E much trouble is being fixed The work progresses in the night in order to not stop trains H M Witt of Levee was in town yesterday laid went from here to Irvine Mr WJtt is thinking of buying property in Clay City and moving to our town W S Niblack a former mer chant of this city but now a y prosperous farmer of Clark coun ty came up this week to see his mother who has been poorly for I80me days Louie Bradley who left here tomeweeks ago tins located at Rhodes Ariz Mr Bradley is well pleased with his new loca tion and is delighted with the I fine climate Mr Fred Ware inns closed his schoolon Hardwicks creek and moved to Clay City Mr Ware will likely embark in some kind of business but has not yet decided I what he will do 1 Thanksgiving in Clay City passed afT in the usual quiet way The GImillsand shops were shut up and the bank and postoflice were closed The postoflice however was open at regular mail hours Connie McClure who worked in the office of SwannDay Lumber t Co at this place last sum inner and who went from here to school at Eflingham Ill has recently located at Alamorgorda New Mexico I a ir 1 I J Ii oo1 Sheriff Boone was in Frankfort last Tuesday and got his quietus Mr Boone was the eighteenth sheriff of the one hundred and nineteen in the state to settle in full Mr Boone is making a splendid official one of the best Powell county ever had Taken up Estray Taken up a stray pale red heifer calf about 5 months old in good living condition at my place near Tiptons Ferry Owner proving property can have same by paying charges J N Burgher Mr Win Bellis Sr of Estill county and Win Bellis Jr have each moved to Clay Oity the past week Mr Bellis Sr is exjailer of Estill and is a Mexican war veteran while he is past the 80th milestone a few years Jiqjg grip quite MttTO mlnovfir fails to vote the Democratic ticket To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J H Seitz of Detroit Mich says They restored my appetite when impared relieved me of a bloat ed feeling and caused a pleasant und satisfactory movement of the bowels There are people in this community who need just such a medicine Fur sale by all dealers in patent medicine Every box war ranted Dies From Injuries Charles Petitt of Stanton and an employe of the L E rail road was seriously injured on a runaway car near Jackson Thursday night He was removed to the St Josephs Hospital at Lexington where he died Friday night He was brought to Stan ton Saturday for burial Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound oil the affected parts is bet ter than a plaster for a lame Back and for pains in the side or chest Pain Balm has no superior as a lin iment for the relief of deepseated muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by all dealers in patent med icine Farmers Institute A farmers institute will be held at Ghent in Carroll county December 18 and 19 at which cash premiums for the best corn and tobacco will be offered by Col Ion B Nail State Commissioner of Agriculture The corn and tobacco shown will be turned over to the Exhibit Association for Kentuckys agricultural dis play at the Worlds Fair An Enjoyable Reunion Mr and Mrs Geo Tomlinson had a very pleasant family reun ion at their home on Winn Ave nue on Thanksgiving day Thote who were present to enjoy their hospitality were Mrs Araminta welch of Stanton Mrs Laura E Hall and son Henry of Lexing tOIl Mr and Mrs Robt Derick son and children of Cincinnati I Mr Charles T Derickson of Charleston W Va and Mr and Mrs Jesse T Wade of this city Winchester Democrat Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indica tion of the disease appearsand a threatened tit tack may be warded off Hundreds of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect Success For sale byall dealers in patent medicine A glass or owater taken half an hour befog breakfast will usually keep tho owols regular Harsh cathartics should be avoid ed When a purgative is needed take ChamberlainiStomac and Liver yare and gentle in their dctifn For sale by all dealers in pate medicine Real Winter Weather For the past se aral days we have had some yp y cold weath er affording a fep ndid hogkill ing season fort1ni farmers The ground has been covered with snow since Satur tiy night and the oldest cant recall inhabitants a year of Novem ber had so many cold days A Timely Suggestion This is the se on of the year when the prude t and careful Jiousewifereplehisttcs sttppijT of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is certain to bel needed before the winter is overand results are much more prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at Hand and given as soon ns tho cold is contracted and before it has become eettlde in the system In almost every instance a severe cold may be ward ed off by taking this remedy freely an soon as the first indication of the coldappears There is no danger in giving it to children for it con tains no harmful substances It is pleasant to take=both adults end children like irDuy it and you will get the bestr It always cures For sale byall fdealers in patent medicine MARRIED Robert E West and Miss Lulie Freeman both young people of Irvine were married in Rich mond Thanksgiving day Judge Turpin officiating How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to the moth ers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croup is hoarsness A day or two before the attack the child becomeshoarse This is soon fol lowed by a peculiar roughcough Give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhrea Remedy freely as soon us the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough cough appears and it will dispel all symp toms of croup In this way all dan ger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is used by many thou sands of mothers and has never been known to fail It is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleas ant and safe to take For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Silence may be golden but a good deal of speech is brazen rreelloI4I 1 60 different all new one in each package of Lion Coffeea- tyew QroMra Saw Mill For Sale One 30horsepower engine and boiler atftl good eawjnillwith ca pacity of from 0 to 8 thousand feet per day All machinery in first class running order x Willsell at ft bargain Cullon or Iddress G D CooK Yirden Ky a ft 1t il ti J JJLor Il it INSURE WITH F A LYON SON The Leading IiiHuranoo In Eastern Kentucky Over 200000000 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line StazxlthgFa t4 I A E1 BARNETT It SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we the- mEverything gotI from a Paper of Pins to a Wedding I Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon I I Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the market i affords Nice obliging clerks are at your service Swappingtyour 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 29Dont to a The secret of is al ways to remember what to The less brain power a man has the more lung power ho is to generate House for Sale story on sixth ave nue in Clay City Best part of the city for Building now oc for store Nice rooms fitted up for 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 al ways find keen razors and clean towels ILaundry Agency Connection fail give him oanIpopularity forget likely Business Two business business cupied byme jewelry dwelling- W IdlFOR A- 8ltsatloa 81i t Keeplg6aslassPHONOGRAPHY ITJpeWrUJ l1li gIWILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Par circular of hid famou and niponilblJ- OUMERGIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Hedal at World Expedites Befen to thonunda of graduate In petition Goat of rail BailncM Counts InelodipT- 1tlonLookandloudInGmlirshout Y- 08horthaadType Writin1D4Telecnphi WThe Diploma IIl1 trlar- dedradoai Literary Oonn freefUdeatre DlefDO OraduaUmemnf1- In order to Ian your Ittttn r uc M mUrm eaAt WILBUR R SMITH LexIn ton Ky 1 Try forHealth 222 South Peoria St alAacILL Oct 7 1902 Eightmonths I was so ill e was tllo 0 or sit down nearly rah tho time My stomach was so weak and upset that I couldkcep on I and I frequently I could noturinate great i painanllcoughedsomuchthatmy Pronounced i it disOaSe consumptionItm they called it and I hadnb de sire to live A visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had over tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and sho bought a bottle 1 believe that it my life I elield many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have womans health and doa womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wino of Cardui from your druggist today WINEoICIRDUI The Sunny Sout- hFREE How to get it I 1 A POSTAL CARD j Sent today costs one ritwill bring to you And your six j neighbors whose names and addresses you send tis I the Sunny Southfor the current Issue J Send only Heads of Families This li heSouths Greif f henry Weekly I published atAIIanA Gas only 50 tents a J year Circulation now over 75000 tt The sample copy you receive will make frt you a regular Sunny South Reader Tlie j i paper Is not devoted news bUs iterator i glyesthebestSsouthern writers are anonpjts contributors iTwo root serials are always In progress j from pens of national fame 7 withi5 shine warms everything Into activity and 7- rJ I the season Is never cold enough to check the 4 hand of Industry The paper comes fragrant i- jy with the breath of the magnolia and pine and 1gives out the very air of the orange Palm c bay The beauty and pathos the S- Sjji romance and mystery of the land where the f corn stores up the golden sunshine and the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be given In the well elled columns of this fascl weekly K Send on a Postal Card the 2 names and addresses of sit of our neh jfJKsample will be nailed free to each S Address dirt Communications to U Ec SUnny South Atlanta Ga S h SfSI StSiSSt to St aStSlSfSiS + FALL 10O3 TREES TREES BY THE MII1IONI Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines nitll Fruits vergr enl Bhnbarb Aspar ago and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents but Best Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to HIillet meyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE aTADS MARKS C irwmcHTa ie f4eMMlonmaTQuicklya dons aI vjkeu PatenU- iftent fi putonta 1aUii areceive iptclut i SCR C1iioan Abe M lllnntri Mkly Tersest drcntat a i ioleniiii lirurnal Term 13 a ear fetonlhsL Bu iliy all newsdealer COaelDroadaay NOWYOik Bnocb Offloe OK F Bt Washington D C Sage Corn gathering is about over qtr John Willoughby has moved back to Cane creek Mr Abraham Risner antici pates a trip to Virginia shortly Our prominent school teacher Miss Eddie Hardwick will close her school in two weeks Miss Eddie Hardwick and the Misses Wills spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Abb Breningfield L G Wills bought of R 0 Baker 225 acresof land of which 70 acres is bottom land for 3 500 L Q Wills and wife spent sev eral days this week with his mother and other relatives in Montgomery county The Misses Willoughby gave a singing last Thursday night A number of people were there and all report a nice time The Mjsses Wills anticipates entertaining a number of friens at their home tonight Mr A braham Risner will furnish mu sicJudge L G Wills seems to think he had better luck than Mr Grover Cleveland as lie went hunting Friday and killed six wild ducks at one shot and one more as they flew away Near his residence as he was coming home loaded down with guns and ducks he began to call for help Virden J P Curtis was in our town Tuesday on business We are having good hog kill ing weather now Aunt ilarida Abney is very poorly this week vX Mrs 0 C burtis and daugh ter visited at uncle Ras Fishers TuesdaySilas Curtis mashed his foot Saturday while making tiesvery badly and is housed up these bad days Mr J W Baker one of bur clever citizens is laboring unaer considerable pain caused by a se vere boil on his neck this week Mr Billie Mastin bought a lot of corn and hay last week of Mr Lish Goff Paying 275 per bbl for corn and 18 per ton for hay Mr G W Everman and wife gave a nice dinner and a work ing Thanksgiving Those pres ont were Jane Taylor JohnPigg Will Dawson Wash Curtis uncle Fress Everman Bettie Ever man and Ann Curtis All report a nice time- Tuesday evening whilelln Len Martin was waiting on one of his customers went to light a match and being a lot of cotton bats nearthc bats caught fire at once As it happened there was several in the store and fell to work and soon stopped the fire 40or 50 bats were burned nothing else was injured Mr Cook and his clerk Mr Martin did some step ping around for a few minutes Beckhnms Inauguration The inauguration of J 0 W Beckham as Governor of Ken tucky for the ensuing term will take place at Frankfort Ky on Tuesday Dec 8 1903 Commit tees of citizeps of Frankfort have been appointed and it is the In tention of the people of Frank fort to make this day worthy of the occasion and it is therefore desired that 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