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A HOMH-MAIK PAIMSH.
tiiuksday; oct. mi
I)r. mid ".Mr. J. W. Williums
sin: in Lmiisvillu mid Cincinnati
this week. i
KiiiL'isoii Coulee apoht Sunday
with his father, .1. W Coulee
near Alt. Sterling.
-Reports from Lexington tire
that OS per cent, of the Hurley
tobacco is safe from frost in
Seo our splendid line of shoes
for comfort and service nt correct
prices. Mrs. J. W. Williams.
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Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin
were over to see J. V. Coulee
near Mt. Sterling Saturday. Mr.
Cdhlee is very sick at this tune.
Judge L. F. Mann, of Elkatawo,
was in the city the first of the
Week. Judge Mann will soon
move to our town. We extend
to him a most hearty welcome.
The meeting of the.Kentucky
Association of Bankers is in ses
sion at Louisville this week.
A. T. Whitt, of the Clay Citv
N itional Bank is in attendance.
Mr. L. W. Bratton, of Lucas
ville, Ohio, gladdened the heart
of. the editor last week to the
tune of four years cash subscrip
tion. Let others follow in his
. Corn cutting is progressing at
a rapid rate and much has been
flut in the shock. There is a
gt'eat deal of late corn that will
Have to hurry up or be frost bit
:.S. G." Baker is loading five
thousand ties on barges along the
Kentucky river from Irvine to
tfrtho mouth of Ued river. These
ties have all been sold to B. M.
J;.W ANTED To engage wagons to
haul apples from Kurnuce, Ky., to
Clay City early in October.
Address Mrs. .Jo.seph M.Cirrett,
Fort Garrett, Woodford Co., Ivy.
Ambrose Cobb, aged 81 years,
oho of the oldest and best knoWn
farmers in Jessamine county,
died Friday from geiieral debili
ty. Mr. Cobb was a cousin of
Abraham Lincoln and closely re
It is not generally known that
there' are two army worms in
Kentucky, looking somewhat t
Ifke in the caterpillar or worm
fugc and .loingsiniilarmischiof,
tlii) one during the spring, t he
other "dun ML' the fall months.
It seems tlint hunters from oth
er states have been invading
Kentucky and after lagging a
lot of game have marketed it in
other States. This is in voilu
tion of law and these hunters
will be tried in federal court for
Commissioner of Agriculture
J. W. Newman will speak at
Stanton Monday, Oct. 7th, court
day. A good crowd should go
out lo hear him.
A one-quarter acre lot sold in
Urn luri last week for IU.WW.
SiiK'o the penetration of the
mountains by railroads the
tiininil ,iin towns arc experienc
ing plienomiiial urowth.
Saves Leg of Boy.
"It seemed that my 14-year old
boy would have to loe his leg on
account of nn ugly ulcer, unused by
a bad braise," wrote. D. F. Howard,
Aquone, N. C. "AH remedies and
doctors treatment failed till we
tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and
cured him with one box." Cures
burns, boils, skin eruptions, piles.
25c at all denlers. Adv.
To provide skin that would save
the life of a young womon burn
ed in u motorcycle accident, a
crippled newsboy of Gary, Ind.,
suffered a useless leg to be skin
ned and then amputated.
Saved By (lis Wife.
She's a wise woman who knows
just what to do when her hush'inriV
life is in danger, but Mrs. H. .1
Flint, Bin in trot), Vt., is of that
kind. "She insisted on my uing
Dr. King's New Discovery," writes
Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough,
when I was so weak my friends all
thought I had 011I3- a short time to
live, and it completely cured nie."
A quick cure for coughs and colds,
its the most safe and reliable medi
cine for many tin oat and lung
troubles grip, bronchitis, croup
whooping cough, quinsy, tonsjlitis.
hemorrhages. A trial will con
vince you oO cts. and 81 00. Guar
anteed by all dealeifl Adv.
Apple vinegar 100 per cent pute
IJ5 cent's per gallon. Apply nt this
Fortunes in Paces.
There'soften much truth in the
Miylng, "her fuce is her fortune,"
1 ut its never said where pimples,
skin eruption, blotches, or other
lihiiiisliCH disfigure it. Impure
blood is hack of them all, and shows
the need of Dr. King's New Life
l'ill's., Tliey promoto health and
beauty . Tiy them. '5 cents at all
Dr. Miles' Anil-Iain 1'llN for Im-kivV.t
niiljkan Business School;
This school has turned out hnu
dredot men and women who
are successes. It will make
a success of von.
Write for Catalogue.
A Prominent New York
Politician Near Death
Hon. R. N. Lansing, of Flenseelaer,
N. Y., Six Timet a Member of tho
Assembly, Tells of Narrow Escape.
yenrs nifo 1 was
taken with rheu
nffc-toil ray heart
was called vul
v u I a r trouble.
told me I would
never do another
While I had many
mended to me I
got a bottle of
Pr. Miles' Heart
Remedy and It
helped me Inside
of 48 hours. At
the end of the week 1 called on my
doctor and asked him to examine me.
lie HiUd I was better than he ever
expected to see me and asked If I was
taking his medicine. When I told him
I was not, but was taking Ur. Miles'
Heart Remedy, he said, Thank the
lxrd for Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy.' I
continued to take It, and while I
realized my heart was damaged bo 1
could not expect a permanent) cure, for
fifteen years I worked every day, not
withstanding I had been told 1 would
never work again. In 'July, 111, I was
taken with rheumatism again, and It
went to my heart as before. I got .so
bad that one 'of the Albany papers
wrote up my life and said I could1 not
live but a few hours. , I acaln took
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy with very
satisfactory results, and have not
missed a day at business or In the
legislature since January. I feel that
Dr.' Miles' Heart Remedy has saved
my life and cannot recommend It too
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold and
guaranteed by all druga'sts.
MILE MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
Discoveries of new sources of i
tietroleum and natural uas in
i - - t
Enstern Kentucky are causing an
inllux of capital, and operations
are pronounced the most active
A Log on tlu Track.
of the fastest, expies means serious
trouble ahead If not removed, so
does loss of appetite. It me.ins lack
of vitality loss of strength and nerve
weakness. If appetite fails, take
Electric BiUera quickly to overcome
the cause by toning up the stomach
and curing the indigestion. Mich
hi 1 Hessheiincr of Lincoln, Neb.,
had been sick over three years, but
six buttles of Electric Hitters put
him right on his fed again. They
hi.vo helped thousands. They give
pure blood, strong nerves, good di-
gestion. Only 50 cents at all deal
FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS MIO ffiEf-S,
Some women complain thnt tlicy periodically suffer from doll and heay Icct
injt, or dizziness In the head, nervousness, pain and hearini!-down feelings tthich
should not occur to the normal laltliy woman. Hut most every woman is subject
to these pains at some time in hsr life, due to abnormal conditions in life. ucli
as corsets, over-tnxed strength, hod r.ir, poor or improper food, wet feet, elutfgisli
liver, etc. A regulator and female tonle made from native medicinal roots with
pure glycerin, and without the use of clcohbl, called
DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION,
has proven its value in thousands of cases, like the following:
Mns. Dona M. iUnwt, of Auburn. Hcbr.. Route 1. He- f .17:
"I thought I vrouM wrlto jr.u In rcmirtl to what your mclinn hnva
dono for mc. I linvo us-d them for thirty years for fi mn!o 'roubu
and uwicrnl wenkm-ss with tho very lx3t rctult. and they hn' u wcil
me luimln d of d.illara In iloctors' bills. I buy tho Fnvnrllc J'rKCrlp.
tion ' and ' GeMcn Mulical Discovery ' end lake them tocctlu r. 1 nr vtr
irasditnppolntol In Jtiur rcmedieJ nnu laKe pleasure in nwmii5
them tuuny sulTorlntr lady. I nm now almost fifty ycare old : st fony
flvo 1 took your medicines, bolh kirn's, nrd I pasl thn txriml vory
easily mid left mo ftt and lii-nlthy. 1 foci 111 a a jnjnifr rid.
It nny lady cares to wrlle rr.c, I wM slat!! Ull licr mii; twut
the pood work of your Medicinal."
Da. Pifpcp.'s Ortn.vr Famii.v Doctor Book, The Fcep'e's
Common S'-nse Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date
edition cl 10CfJ pai-M, ar.swers hie ts of dclicute i; jt'.tious
which every v.omun, r.fllc or married, ought to lin ,w.
Sent free in tloil: bi.ijin,' to any uddrcsj on receipt of jl
Has. Maiiiim. oncccat stareps, 10 ;over osi in wruppaB auu maiiiKt, vr .
Or. Miles' Anll-I'"' fur rheumntMm.
dowa fie thr -.r.t nt a "capey'
chlcUcn deMroyi the worms
ail hi 'o t'io e! Ic':'s life. A
f r.v Of i In tlia drinking watci
vVto d ili-'-a, ro'".p, cholcr
nudct.' r ' ik diseases.
One 50 3 Rctlle of
Makes 12 Gtil'.i c: if Mudlcluo.
Every poultry raUcr , . V k p a bottle ol
thU medicine oi l-ani' i. tor free sample
nd Booklet on DU.-a illjuh. Address,
BOUREOH REHFOT ::r,:tt, litvjm, K.
Hoiirboii Poultry Cure i: tho hcM
ronicdy T hiive'ever tried mid I huvc
been in the poultry li'isinoss for forty
years. Mm. Geo. K. Uupier, lhinlti
I have now iwd Bourbon Poultry
Cure two years and 1 jtit could not
raie any chickens without it. I have
not hnu a c:e of sajies since 1 began
using it. Mr:. W. 1'. llrueey, Baskur
C. SHIMFESSEL, CI.AY CITY, KY.
ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, '
When in Need of
Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles,
Cooking or Heating Stoves,
Go to or Write
Grubbs & Benton,
Cor. Main and Broadway,
Winchester, - Ky.
& STRAWBERRY PLANTS
Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb,
Roses, Peonies, Phlox.
ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN.
H. F. HiIIenrneyer5c Sons,
OAIMTATj STOOK. 81M),000 j
KUKPr.UH AND UN-
.i DIVIDKD PROflTS, liOO.OOO ,i
OP WINUIIHTKU, KY.
N. IIor.i,Y WiTiiKitsiMoN, l'nr.H,
W. K. Simiah, 0.hhii:ii.
SEE THIS SPACE LATER.. $
YOUK ACCOUNTH KOMOITKI) U
II Hardwick St Co., Stanton.
Succeed when everythhiir else fails.
In nervous prostration and femalo
wenknessea they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER ANO
it U the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
Fall and Winter Goods I
WILL ALL SOON BE IN.
We Want to Here Invite You to
Call and See Them.