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THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 1018.
Circuit court will convene ,ut
Misses Mary iiiiil Blaiielu' Mc
(ilone, of Onrt'er county, are vis.
itiriK Mrs. E. MeOlone.
,'Mr. ttnd Mrs.. James JBougl?,
of Bourbon county nre Visiting
relniivtJs on HarrJwicVs. erite'k
Qti'drtte'riy1, meattng f)WfliV4jd
with &3 'Mof iimim cHiirch-
cd jby,,protracted yjcnv ;jn
flioV Cuff is' ' hhi " Mrs.' Ti Idy
Liiriion 'toferemarraedjtf 'the 'ret
idence df.t he -groom in this.couu
ty, Tuesday, Nov. 11, Elder B.S.
To pay an election bet a Mays
ville man rolled a peanut over
.the streets of that city with a
toqthpick otve-lfulf mile. He bet
that Tuft would carry Ohio..
The little two year-old sop of
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith died in
tiis city Tuesday night of stum
ueli and bowel ; trouble. ( Burial
today on Hardwick's Creek.
West Virginia capitalists have
bought 23,000 acres of valuable
coul and timber land in Jackson
county and will build a railroad
from Heidelberg on the L. and,
A. into that county. This will
be the first ''Vailrdad' for Jackson
The drouth which ,has prevail
ed for- bp vera I weeks was thor
oughly broken ye sterday, morn
ing It has beeti too dry for
small graiu ukmIo well. .Corn
husking has progressed very rap
idly, and farmers are otherwise
well up with their work.
I 'A Oreat' Building fans
when uk fiiui.tlutiim is undermined
and if ,ihe foundation of Jie'iltli-r-good
dilution is attacked, quick
collapse filling. On(te fimtiiigira
of iudiuestio'ii, Dr. king's New
Life Pi Hh"'shottlU)e 'taken t6-ttfne
the stomach and regulate liver,
kidney atid bt'iVvels: PJuasanr, easy
safe, and only 25c at all dealers
Applicants for postoiliue in the
i. . ... . .-
various, cities are thick as ucuf.
fd ?sp6Uk.4 'Therp 'iir6 ihany
BpfeUk.4 'Therp aro many
more deserving Democrats than
tliere are oiliois. The1 Time's -fie-grets
this but we hope to see the
ollices grow less instead of great
er.afi. has been tho-ctutoiu of- .the
Jpublican party before lis.
Stop " that AcHe!
Any actio or pain in any part (it the
body ,cn be relluved with. Shlpp's
quick IlelJuf Lliiiinuut. ll)0ruivtml Jf
it falls and tin' nuroliinw price is nut
rufnnded. Try it and see. MXj At Alt
Dr. M. B. WHITE,
....UraJuaU ul tb...,
Lingshlre V. S.CoitoKe; England 1869.
FLEMINOSUURO.'kv'. ' " J
' 1 una now be een at Kntoa's Llvory
.StabloJu Clay City for about 2 months
wlit'ro I will 00 iilile totreutall kind
of tfakneM of Horned, Cattle, Sheep,
lluj,'s nnd Doj,
All exapiinutions and conaultu
tions free' Call and sec hie.
The Hew W. N. Tracy haslieeii
niving illilpfintod temperance
lectures at- the Motliodisi church
tliM vveol;.. The lectures arc line
and the attendance has been
The ift.v-olie . insuiane com
panies lm'nir. business in Ken
tncky last year received $8,578,
45") AK) in iiremiums and paid out
but lljyjSAm 78 in losses. It
seems th;it there should. bo some
remedy for such excessive rates.
.A Card of Thanks.
We wish to;extend. our Sincere
thanks to the people in and n
round Clay. City .for their kind
ncss tp us during the sickness
and death of our little boy. We
also thank Dr. Martin for doing
wjiat he could for him.
Mr. and Mrs.. David R. Rose.
- Porto Rico'5 New Wonder.
Fi'-m far away Porto Rico conn
reports of a wntiHcrfiil new di
coverv that is I elieverl will vastly
benefit the people. Ramon T.
Marcli'i , ii liaiceloneta, wiites
'Dr. Kinii'- N w Discovery is do
ing did work liero. It cured
nie iiliimt Ave times of terrinle
;nutrti- ami eolilc. hIso my brother
of a NfV'r. r-nlil in'fiiV. ohes-t and
nior- i nth. 1-who used it on
my ' . We hope "this great
mod I et b -old in every
druj -t in Porto Rico." For
thro it -1 I i'i; troubles it has no
eqiui". ml will convince you
of iiv . ,v.- -"1.00. Tri
ii ' -uiranteed by all
; jijr: ia-i .hu' 4ii
,lie-Courbof,AppeaU I fit the
case of B.rftithitt comity vs. Ham
inqnd &,.Coii)piiny,,dQculed tfiut n
county hns'no right tpcqHect.t(H
omn-bridge no:niore than it has
a right tp .engage in the ineroan
tile business. Brt'athitt- countv
has been cpHect.i."g toll,. on tlje
brjdge at-Jaeksoii for n.-number
of iyears.. j. , , 1
- Only A Fire Hero
but the erdtvil1 'cheered as, with
huVned'hand'sJ 'h'4 hold- u. atnall
ronnd box. "fellows'!" 'he' shout
ed, "this BHckleii's Arnica Salve I
hold, -hfl8', 'eVefylldng 'tieat" for
burns." Right! alsdifor tioils, til-
cets, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts,
grains, bruises. .Surest pile cure.
It subdues inflammation, kills pain.
Only 2oc at all dealers. Adv.
Fruit and Ornamental
Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies
Rose's, Phlox, etc.
OROWERS OF .WHAT WE SELL.
$ 1 00 Reward!
Will lie i.iifto any portion lawing any
kind n imiii or nc lie if Jhipp's (Juick
Itcliet Li' iiient fails In nivo instant re
lief and tt'e piirelinsi riee is not re
funded Tr it uud s" 5Uc. At All
H. F. HiHenmeyer& Sons,
riillikan Business Schojl,
This school has turned out bun
.dreds of men qnd women, who
, , are successes.') It,-will make
a success' of you.
Write for Catalogue.
'fJenend on her General health and freedom from DfllW. -Many n wo .tmi iimks old
' before her time because' 61 those irregularities which are essentially feminine.
Starting irom early, womanhooj, ihc suuers from frequently recurring deryiigemcnti
that upset her. womanly health. II she be beautiful she grows into tlmt mellow
1 age without 'wrinkles arid crowtcct about the eyes' or the blue circle underneath.
..It is invariably the rule thnt sttch women suffer little, or not at all, front womanly
derangements which sap the health and leavcj in the face the tell-tale tcry of pnin
arid sofferfng. Dr.R.'V. Plc'rce,the famous specialist in the diseases of women, found
a prescription jn his early practice that soothed the organism peculiar to woman
hood oiled the machinery, as it were, of the human system and helped the woman
' to pass those painful periods that scar-lim-d nnd aged her face. This remedy became
,,tlio wclI-I:nown Dr. fierce s l avonte i'rescription, that has
benefited thousands of'womcn and saved them from misery
and suffering nt different periods in life.
Mrs. Xrv.r.-t K. rinilrr, ot ZIS Hrl3lit Street. Snrr.Ia, Ont.. wrllfs :
1 am row 1, well vromnn afti-r B-iirrtn for thit-u M.-nrH and clnctnrlnti:
with vt ml ilifri.rentdittut'. tilth enj R.vlntr H v.nfi e-irrctlitmr iliirei-
I cnt, nnd thu Inst one, iifterqiutlinic mo t)xu:;u a lr.orccBh cja.-ln'.llon,
snl.l I was sulTorlnu fm.n a c-owtli, v.-lilt h. In i'mr. wculJ luiult Li
rancer, tr.l pill 1 would not llvurwre tlrai tY' yens If not oit-
I atoil upon rlshtcwav. 1 U-cnn o linpi-!-sly dis-onrni'id but vxijH rot
consent bi tho operation cs I wn-i touwettk nnl bN.iiitich ofr.i.d. l.ut nt
Mat, mrmicn tho nnvn-o or a ri :on.i, i tricj ur. i-irrco s muiiiinvii. Rnn
after usinir t'vo LoI'Jgs of thu Tnvorltu I'j-L'.crlntl'm ' I Imrr.dH.'.U'.v
Vy , felt a.ehnngi'. I rlo U4.il two boxtk ut Hvallnx Suppoaituilm' bm!
V. lu1itlixc9 of Jtlon ToMcl'and can safrl pralf ! tba nane cf IJr.
. I'irce a malicincs t all who u!Icr from any lemul ilivcatf, ii-r these
ntfHllrlnp-i are nil thv ftra claimed to bo. and 1 hciifl ttl helo Dthsri tit.
VttS. Picbce. they hava htlin-J mc."
for Dressy Men in
Suits, Over Coats.
This Is the liniment the people arej
It is the most wonderful remedy for
relieving pain I lmve ever tist'd. Capt.
iiiderbon Jorry, Lexingtun, Ky, r
I used tills linin'ient and thu pnin nnd
soreness disappeared Jike manic
Jailer T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky.
For reJievinc uches nnd imiiis this
I iniment beats.any thine I. e ver fuw. J .
11. Letton, Lexington. Ky.
It is the only remedy I have found
tjiat litis given nc. u'jiyxelicf since I wo
iiaruiizeu lour years ago .Mrs. biisim
Welborn, Kewburg, Ind.
If it fails to relieve "nv imin in nnv
part of the body in fifteen minutes, usk
for your money back
SOLD BY ALL LEADING '
Tl.e odds Ami u'hdf tliich give ele
gance to i he m pi en r ii nee. The
weal needfule which will make the
COLLAKS CUFFS SHIRTS
jfitamlurd gonls, sjir.e to fit.
TIES GLOVES HOSIERY
to suit theery'partIoulnr.
CLAY Gilt,' 'KY.
, .oapitAu stock1.' ioo.ooo
SUBl'LUH AN D' UN
DIVIDED PKOFWS. 200.000 3
OK 'WXNOH8TBR, Ky.
'N.ItOl.I.V WlTUHKSl'OON, l'KKH,
5; YOUR AOCOTXNT ROL.101TI2D
We tell vou how. ani oivbett market
firivvs. we mic uviKuniiiuiutiinj
a lb'; can do.lUt VXUK. for you
than agent or cotamtuloi
cbanH. Reiereiicny tu
iOTlll.lrriicIrifiVW .price llt.
VMHn M rum, HUH, UNI.
When in Need of
Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles,
Cooking or Heating Stoves,
Go to or Write
Grubbs & Benton,
Cor. Main and Broadway,
Winche&er, - Ky.
Fall and Winter
Hardwick & Co.
Onr Fall nnd Winter Goods are in. Wh cordiully invito
you to call nnd wi' them. We will make it to your in
terest to do your dealing with uy, liy giving you more
for your money than you tan gtt elttw lure. And
besides, think we have emy; thing yon want. We cim
not mention here everything tlmt we handle, hut
want to cull your attention to the following lines, tint t
we lire anxiuis for you Jo get ui-quainted with. Hart,
Sehail'ner and Marx Clothing for .Men, also Huert brand
Clothing. "Queen Quality" and "Bobton Fnvoiito"
Slioes fur Women. "Wulk-Qver" Slioes rnr len, "Astoi"
brund lints for Men and jloyn. .See our' gnOtlg and
get our ,rieo when in need 'of Women's, .Mjrses'jiud Chil
dren's reudy.tO'Wear Hutf, ContH, Uiiineouts and etc.,
Men's Ha in coats, Hunting Coats, leather and nibbeil'oot
Wear, Stnjdo and Dress Cans, Trousers;, und-etc.
In fact 6tio us for any thin you nml, und Jet tis
show you that wo cun eave you nioiioy.
Hardwick & Co., Stanton.