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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it I J I l i I I I r 1 Y1r t WI I j Ir I n Jw i y rr54t1a I c 5 1r i TIE4A- iiooo txy t I t 1 r tIrCo lI fR jIf cT J If IW I 1I trITY TIMES l o I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to kip Clay city tic Sp onnJing Conntry andOurselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher VOL 6 j CLAY 3ITY KTy HYSjAY NOVEMBER 28 1901 NO 36 By Fire O thenight of Sept 1 fire was Discovered in JW DawsonBros store at Snoutspring which spread rapidly burning their whole stock of goods and store room together with our ocffle pome material and the drug store of II M Winburn Dawsons loss was in the neigh boyhood of 81200 our 10 s8800 while Dr Winburns and W J Christophers lose was slight For n while it was thought that Daw non8 dwelling would burn also but by the prompt work of the bucket hrnjade it was saved All persons present worked hero idy to save our plant rfnd nil other property exposed anil to them our sincere thanks r dletI Owing to this fire the TIMES was forced to suspend till the prevent time but all our subscribers can hear with us uwlrr these circum stancesILetter From BroClay Lebanon I Ty Nov 151901 DRAB BRO BUBQHEK I aniiiowlocatedat this place 14 miles front the Frisco Line at Madill and 10 miles from Mariet ta on the Santa Fe A fine coun try good church nice parsonage Mrs Clay is at Jonesboro Ark I am in the Chickasaw Nation Stayed at the Orphans Honle Wednesday liight4The Chickasaws are Methodist while the IevtAhtl8trthough preacher for us here a very good preacherLove all the friends and the blessings of God upon your and yours Iam Fraternally yours Chas WeOIu We have received a lettcrfropt- the American Typo Founders Co as follows t Cincinnati 0 Nov 28 1001 Mr IE Burgher Jr Clay City Ky DEAlt SIK In looking over last evenings Post our eyes caught the notice dated at Clay City Ky November 22 reading The Clay CitT1nlES isto be established The first issu will appear next weekJ E Burgher Jr is owner and editor We recall the very pleasant business relations we held with you while ut Spout Spring and sincerely hope these will contin ue during your career at Clay City We know that thelmtts- is bound to succeed with you at r the helm und we wish you all kinds of success Sincerely American Type FpuOdera Co H J Kibble Mgr Jhu TIMES for tlie news1 rjlOKEBfllONAI QAUBSt MANYhYMiMNMIN4YNYN4hNYMNry01YN11R PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY1Y t BLltTLepAQeMD t PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON- OLAYOITV KY JrC B DICKSON DENTISTi CI1AY CIlX1o rjQ 11 f- jI 1i i a Y Q y ADDiTiOtfAI LOCALS The young pebple will give rt hop here Friday night 0 F Edwards went to Wiri chester today Mr Frank Earnest has a brother visiting him this week Mrs Jack Johnson pf Natural Bridge is visiting in the city Try our c01J i niIxtureBest1n the world 25cerits for 4hzBLS J G Eapter has rented and moved into the Mothodigt par sonage QrB Littlepage was nt Spout Spring yesterday on a hunting expedition Geo Goosey ia having turkey shooting today and Jack finder son a turkey walking Rev H A Irvin preached a Thanksgiving sermon Thursday night at the M E Church Gus Redickle brother Mrs C6urtneycame down frOlil Allen Wood to spend Tlianlsgivjng We will have a supply of calen dare and almanacs for 1902 Call and get one about the first of De cetnberB Littiepage S Son J A Wdbb who has been em ployed on the Q t K road re turned honfe yesterday to enjoy u glvin voJIo Ed Fletcher of Kansas City Mo is visiting his mother Mrs W A Hos in and otlier relatives in this county lT C Sherman of Campton nas been in the City two weeks superintending some carpenter ing for W It Cassidy To day his Thanksgiving and it seems that some will riot be thankful unless they have solve success among the birds rabbits and etc W R Cassidy has built a house on Sixth ave for the pose of conducting his furhust ness When you have fur to sell see him The Sundn school teachers will have their next meeting to morrow night at Jas B Derick sons These meetings have been held at various places for the past six wepks They seem to be get ting up much interest If while perusing the TIMES you are looking for errors you will find them In the first place we are unable to keep from mak big them ourselves and we have an apprentice at the case which insures a plenty for this week Take your butter end eggs to Mrs J 1V Williams Clay City Ky Mr RM Garrett of Wpodford county a few days ago received four thousand fruit trees from Hillenmeyers Nursery at Lex ington which he had set out in his already large orchard von the mountain near the old Furnace This makes ten thousand trees in all he has set out at this place That this of Kentucky is uncx eIledforfruit growing is no longer a it seems our home people are sloW toput opt orchards a r I I r 1 1 q Several of bu vale citizens liaiksgivingISeveral Everything VaughMII Miss Gorda visited relatives at ffilitcliester last WeekMrs Bud GrayStt who has been sick for some time is very low at this Vritinglj MfisesiraryanaysiaWilliams of near Virden yiuted Miss Lil lie Ballard Sunday Icercfrnginia came out to attend tlieinnerai of his sister Mrs A15sIluslr Miss Fannie Jackson after a pleasant visit ihji returned home tae t tlarkCounty W M Swope U Mill Clark CoMis friends and relatives at this week tifiplace Mrs W L Jn l1g her daughter and other Co this week relntlViClnrk Prof his school nt house with n nice f the children last Friday and left for his home in Washington coTfifty J 0 Snow i reek Miss Flosa Vaughn is the guest of her sister Mrs Vint Tuttle llissJula Ogden is visiting her sister Mrs Nora Boone this week The turkey crop hit been very light in tjiis vicinity and has Been sold at 01 cents Lee Patricks little daughter whb has been very sick for sometime is fast improving Charles Wood Joule OJiism Jr and Thomas Vivipn event to Winchester Wednesday oil business Miss Lillie Vivipii who has been quite sick withtyphoid fever we are glad to say is improving Rulim Martin sold a cow and calf to some Clark county parties for fi5 and a cow toE Mansfield for 3- 0Lexington L Eastern Ry Effective October 20 1901 EASTBOUND No 2 No4 Daily ex Sun + Dally ex Sun Stations PM Lv Lexington 210 Winchester 253s L Junction 307 0 Clny city 34Q 4 Stanton 851 20jnI BeattyvilleJuiic 4501 ArJackson800 WESTBOUND 1 1103I J Dully ex DdlyezSun Stations A M Jackson BeottyvllleJunc 2194 Torrent 2 391I U Natural Bridge 2 11 Stanton 323 II OlnvOlty 3Il LE Junction 403 Winchester JgoK ArLexington C60 t i AM 740 825 887 078 r 028fl54 1008 V J020 1130 Np Sun Ly 120 P11 825 126 i 801 828 837 010 9 23- lOtOf J lt BARB nAB ScprT Gen Manager 4ena sAg- tTI MOROANhu31aasE t- Y fr J f 1 J S Wood has rented nndI moved to the Dock Pigg We welcome J S back to our midst SPOUT PRING J H Dawson was in Stanton MondayMrs P Wright is visiting relatives in Madison county Allen Orsborno sold 17 head of short yearling steers toWm Todd for 800 J H Dawson bought up about 500 geese and delivered them at WinchesterD has moved from this neighborhood toRuckerville Clark county Albert 0 Crow has purchased of Dr H M Winburn the Jas F Walters place J F McKinney is attending Circuit court at Irvine this week as pettit juryman J E Burgher SrW H Wise man and Jno W Tuttle went to Winchester Court Monday- R King bought of Silas Puck ett two fat hogs Weight 007 pounds at 5 cents per pound RevV B Daughetee of Puck ett was here last week and visit ed his sister Mrs Thos Curtis Mrs Polly Ann Stuart of Ir Vine was visiting her daughter t Mrs Mary Bennett near here last SundayW Bryan bought of H F Christopher two fat hogs weigh ing about 250 pounds each at 5i cents per pound Eld N McIntosh returned Monday from Slade Powell county where he has been holding a protracted meeting- D McKinney J H Dawson W J Christopher Gardner Nel son and John Burris attended court at Irvine from this place this week Closing Out at Cost To close out everything in Mens Clothing and Hats we will put on sale at once our entire stock of Suits Odd Panty OverCoats Boys Suits and Pants Mens and Boys Hats and Mens and Boys Shoes Mrs J W WilliamsClay Ky H 0 Chambers hassold his farm of 150 acres on Hardwicks creek to Albert Hoi man for 2000 He and his wife will go to Missouri next week on a pros pecting trip in view of moving to that state We regret the loss of such citizens as Mr Chambers but wish him well in his new home You sholud see those nobby Hats at Mrs Williams Clay City Ky Clay City Ky Nov 28 ITo Whom it May Concern ILOOK O- UTLhrishnas is Homing We will be looking for you Our buyer Mr Sopor bus dilligently stud died the wants of the people and especially knows what will please the Boys and Girls ns well as grownup people He will spend the last week of November in the City selecting Xmas goods only and we cordially invite everyone to come in and inspect our Xmas goods which will be a opened up l y December 15 We will show you the nobbiest goods you I ever saw in Clay City I When You Come to Our Store t dont fail to examine our 5c and 10c Counter We havent the space to mention the many artidp we will show you so come and see for yourselves J We will double our force during holidays and will take pleasure in showing you through the Stufck Remember our General Stock of Merchandise is larger and better se lected this season thanever before Ve can supply your wonts because we keep what the people want We have just unloaded 3 Car Loads of No 1 Hay which we will sell at 90 cents per cwt Clay City Lumberi ISv Stave G0 i i CLAY CITY KY r- y i I i t J l t i a 1 7r 6 II r 1 rT J j1 Pn M i iJ A rl 1WI d L THE TIMES PUHMSnKD EVERY THUKSDAY 9 J E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Application made for entry in the Cloy City Ky postofllce at secondclass rates Clay City Ky Thursday Nov 28 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below tiicntioned The TIKES and CourierJournal 100 I Cincinnati Enquirer 100 11 Louisville Commercial 75 e Home and Farm 78 After a suspense of three months the TIMKB this week resumes publication The cause of this unavoidable suspension is generally known to nil our subscribers To those who may have nut heard ofthe fire which destroyed our building together with a lot of our material will read an account of it elsewhere In this issue It will be observed that the place of pub lication bus been changed from Spoutpprint to Clay City This is done because the latter place is more suitable than Spoutsprincr in every particular and the two places being not more than four miles apart virtually cover the same territory We hope the change will make no material difference with any of our subscribers as we will endeavor to cover the same I field with still more territory add edThe size of the paper will remain the erme us formerly and the sub scriptionprice the same if paid in IIdnncWe are very sorry we have had the experience in col lecting that we have had since our fire that we can no longer send it on time at 50 cents per year We trust that we will have fully as pleasant surroundings in business as at our former place and we are sure we will from the begining we have made We in vite our friends to come and see us in our new home and tell us the news they may know and in this way we hope to be enabled to get out a paper the equal of any in Eastern Kentucky from a local standpoint The editor of this paper is one of the people having been raised within three miles of Clay City and in sight of the pow- ell County line consequently we ought to know what is lot interest to the common people of whom we are one The success of the TiUEtnvill not be questioned in its new home I undoubtedly for it was receiving a very comfortable support in its toold home a village of not more than 100 inhabitants why not it succeed in a city of nearly 1000 t with the large amount of business that Clay City now has x The TIMES will be six years old January 1 and during this time and especially since the Clay City Chronicle suspended it has been greatly favored by Clay Citys business men Now that we have moved among you we will receive a still larger share of your business JFljatiking the public in advance f t for its An lloiputed favors we Will t yourls fa S l 7 u4w Free Rural Delivery The people of Kentucky are to have another visit from Inspector Rising who comes to look over the field for free rural delivery and they should take advantage of the opportunity They can get their mail delivered at their door if they will take the trouble to ask it and to see that the roads are good which they ought to be anyhow With good roads and free rural deUverythe value of real estate rise and farmers would be put in closer touch with all the markets for their commodities besides which their families and them selves would be happier and more contented Fewer fnnneri boys would go to the towns and cities abandoning comfortable homes and an independent life to eke out a an laborious existence and one that puts them at the mercy of their employes When such advantages us these are to be had for a little exertion there Is no reason why Kentucky may not be covered by the mall carrier on his daily delivery trips The objections of the fourth class postmaster who hopes to hold privileges weight with the people Get up pe titions and have them approved by your Representative in Congress or your SenMorjget good maps made and the government will do th- erestEx Hunters Take Notice The attention of the hunters who are tramping promiscuously over the country is called to the following extract from the laws ef the State Any person who shallenter upon the enclosed lands of another for the purpose of liuiitingfishing shooting without the consent of the owner or occupant of the said land shall be fined not less than five nor more than twentyfive dollars After much consideration we have decided to let the size of the Titus remain the same we could make it just ouble its present size with the same work but we would have just the same home matterno more and would have to have 100 per year forit Of course we would use patent sheets Instead of this we can furnish the TIMES and- TwiceaCouriorJournalforL00 or the Enquirer for the same money the Louisville Comercial and TIMES for 75cts This way you can get two papers with the same home news and five times as much foreign for the same money Who when they under stand it had not rather have the paper this way HoWever as soon as we get 800 new and paid up subscribers we will enlarge the paper to a six column all home set and print and let the subscription price remain the same Thus the enlargement and betterment of the paper lies within the power of the people and the prosperity of the paper will be governed accordingly The world is full of men and women who worship Sunday before an altar high as a Confederate mon ument but the remainder of the week they kneel around the devils ant heap The applp crop of the United States is said to be worth more than the wheat crop In J 900 the total yield of applRat 82 a barrel was valued at 1430000000 while the average annual value of the wheat crop is but a little more than 8300000000 New friends and old enemies iro not above suspicion y ij A TheEest Place SpoutspringjXUir old homer is the best village to its size in the State but it cannot compete with Clay City as a news paper point We made a success of the TIMES during its existance at that place but Clay City contrib uted admirably to its support and made itsexistance possible We have been drawn hither by the large patronage received from Clay business men and their continuous and strong us to locate oir plant among them We expect to conduct our business on the principle and in the same mann r as at our former place and feel sure that our trade will increase under such management being at a more convenient and accessi ble point Our Experience The Same What to publish is one of the hardest problem we have to solve Many of our readers take the daily papers and get thoi general news beforp we can get it to them others hike one or both of the other county papers If one of these papers get to them con taining the local news and we publish the same thing it looks like repetition while there ate others who take no paper but ours and they need all the news To strike tHe prpper medium for a weekly paper has worried us no little But we intend to worry on it until woworry out of it in a way that will be satisfactory to all of our readers Winches ter Sentinel Eld I JSpencer a short time ago closed a meeting with Central bhristinn Church at Lexington in which there were ninety addition Friends arid debts should be cheerfully and promptly met Dr TIalfius Hardy sent recently to President Rooseyolt a briar root pipe of his own man ufacture and received a courteous letteV of thanks in response Dr Hardy has sent a pipe to each of the Presidents since the incumbency of President Arthur MACHINE SHOP fHL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep lq Stocic Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 6 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others printedleL TOIiAS HAGAN WIHOHMTZB KY RESTAURANTME- flLS fiT ALL HOURJ5 Fresh Oysters and Fish A full lino of Froign and Domes tic Fruits Granger Lemons Ba nanas Apples and Etc SJ ANDERSON CLAY CITY KY 1 I I t y lou Mto Seel f Our Line Of 0 Coats Sl 25 to11 00 Mackintoshes 82 00 toSG 00 Ladies Mackintoshes 2 00 to 87 00 Mens Suits 6 00 7 60 and SID 00 Pants 1 00 and up to 5 00 Boys Suits 1 25 to 5 00 Ladies Clonks 5 00 C 75 7 50 to 00 12 50 and ti v Ladies Capes to8 60 Shoes 5c to 4 O6aii iri Womens 75c to H 4 BOY8u SOctoilBO 75e 1175 c Childrens Slices in great variety Rubber Shoos in all Styles and at lowest prices Our Line of press Goods is the delight of all who see it All the newest weaves including Broad Pebble Cheviots Basket Cloth Premella Cloth nnd haiidpomeSerges and Hen l riettas Flanels for waists that for values their equal will he hard to find A waists and Starts 1 Silk flannel Flannelette Calico und Percale Waists Skirt t from 81 50 to 80 00 in Blocks Navys and Grays Underwear Our line of Underwear includes everything for men wbnien anil children at the right price Our Millinery Depeartment is Brim Full with ul the pretty creations of the Millinery World We are putting outtsome Nobby Hats Mens Shirts from 38 cents up Hats from 75 cents upIWhen in the city call and see our goods and get our prices + Mrs JW WILLIAMS Clay City Ky The Whitest White Cake f The Lightes Light Rolls i And Flakiest Biscuit A 10 Mutlo Wlion You UMO Pearl and Bakers Pride FloUPcF t I f Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN iROUT VERSAlllESKYISold by our Leading Merchants 0Jli M II COURTNEYPuEsmENT J F COX CAHIIIEK I CLAY CITY NATIONAL BAND f je F ff f CLAY CITY KY 00ry CAPITAL 50000 We solicit your business and accord to depositors every accommodation which their business and rtsplJnsfbilitywarruntnHI ARE YOU DEAF INOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE by our new invention Only those born deaf are Incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY F A YV2RMAN OF SALTIki r4gsusntaRE 1 t Belnf entirely cured of deafness thanks to your treatment I will now give jfU a full history of my case to be uletl al jour discretion e years my right ear begun to sing and till keptyon getting worse until ltl h my heartng la lItlrcI 4 O I underwent n rwtmentfer catarrh for three months without imyMicceiis coiwtttcdn num i qy berof ainoti others the mo t eminent car l cl1I115l who told IMC lliat J x only an operation could tllf and even that then cease but the heirlnif In the allcclcd ear would be tort fartverf i I then saw our advertisement nrcUrn ally York r and ordered treit meat AftcvIhadusedltmtlyufewdaysac rdngtoymtrdlrecttonsttenolscttcensedand- today after five week nl ea ear eu rc bearfity and beg to remualn Very truly F 70 8 Broadway Baltimore Md Our treatment roes not interfere iclth your usual occupation TSSSSffti11 YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOMEta8 laa1 v- J INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 598 LA SALLE AVE CIIICAQO J ILLHMy fJiorI Bluegrass Nurseries PALL 1001 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Fruits Aspara gus and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We sell direct at right prices to the planter and have no agents GeneralCutalogue on application t- oHF HILLE EYER LEXINGTON KY Perfection is a word that cannot be applied to many products but when it is used to identify Kerrs beet flour it expresses ntruth t VI I fr r AL 14O0 125 Mens Shoes 50nI MisscsII to Gtntlnnen youCHUMAN rcl Lh i with 111 Simmons Hardware Co Ji3 St Louis Mo t i will make regular trips throuli this iisection Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses 1 r ySJSf jJr t J EC IfwTable s ppliI with the beat thoi f markcrt afloids Everything neat 1 andiclean Rates VOO per day trI Ryt h i- r vi1A- r 2 ti f r y f I ii e tIfE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER CLAY CITY THURSDAY NOV 28 1901 LOCAL BREYITiES J B1 Eaton has been ill for tome few days Mr Fiolils of Lexington wai in town Tuesday As usual the town is flooded with drummers J W McKinio7 of Winchest or was hero Monday Alfred Holman and Press Nolan were here Tuesday Il Edwards of Dayton Ohio was here Saturday on business Gen Pass Agt Chas Scottof Lexington was in town Tuesday John Roberts and W Berry of West Bond were here Tuesday i JusticeelecW Tuttle was over from Spoutspring Mon day W H Wiseman merchant of Sums was in town a short while Monday GW Evcrman of WestBend atlas a baby eleven months old with scarlet fever 1 Rev R A Irvin filled his pul pit at this phce both Sunday morning and at night Circuit Court convened at Ir vine Monday There are sev Cral murder cases on docket Misses Jennie Norton Will ialnettlid Mrs Retell of Stanton 4 Averefvisitihg in town Fridays Ide Scholl agent for the Singer Sewing Machine has moved from stanton tQ Clay City I A gang of hunters came uj S from Lexington Tuesday to try their luck with the mountain thirds I Mr QMlliTblattQP1nllhQ of evoevisited thelatters parents Mr Jmd Mrs J B Dericl son last week Cannel coal is selling at 17c per bushel on this market A car load liasbeen sold at this ftgiVre this weekaOur thanks lure duo Dr B Littlcpage and others for their assistance in getting out this is sue of the TnIE- SThemailrouteflot I 1t11is place to Irvine has been discontinue It now jut goes to Union Hall und returns daily John Chaflin who ha been confined to liis room for several days with malaria is able to be- tb Put on the streets lt B Eubank of Indian Fields was in town Tuesday with a loadof ehatcs hob had sold to one of our butchers B F Barnett a businesslike young man dfSpoutspring is at the casein this office to learn the art preservative Farmers have had afine season for hog killing and many iu porker bas felt tho fatal blow owing to the scarcity of corn for I feed 1j Mrs Chas Evorinan and f Daughter Miss Lucy ofAltaVista Mb are visiting Jhoifamjjly of rI JSVrh Eyerman and other iJttves QnSn reek i r f trA t ct f r Pt iu Tlib telephone lino betweei tins place and Irvine has beer put in good repair for the winter D D Potts superintended the work I Everett Williams and Mis Letha Blanton both of color eloped from this place Monday night bent on matrimony The girl is but 15 years old A Sunday school was organizer in the Waldron building Sunday afternoon for the benefit of those in that end of town who can not conveniently attend the school nt the church Our new advertisers in this is sue are too numerous to make special mention of each one but willsay that each business rep resented in our colunis is reliable and worthy the support of the public With this issue we send out a few sample copies If you like the paper well enough to pay us SOc cash for it you can get it for one whole year Or we will send it to you for 75 cents on time t Two weeks ago Ben Hiley and Eddy Stevenso1118 late of Men ifee became engaged in a difi culty over a dog in which Hiley was stpbbed three times Hiley is not seriously hurt and will soon be out again In the case of Grant Baker and Bolt Henry vs Clay City for damages sustained in the loss of two mules being drowned from the Pontoon bridge judgment was given against the town for something over 200 Morgan It Lyle formerly of the Climax Stnve1ie Coat this place has moved to Jackson where he has received a position with the Jackson Coal Co Mr Lyle is a gentleman and one whom we regret to move from our midst To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund the money ifotafailH to cure E W GIns fe signature is on each box 25c 0 30 In another column our read ers will find a letter from Rev 0 W Clay for tho jest two years pp tor of the Methodist churchnt this place Everybody here wishes Brother Clay the- bes success w her evcr he maybe stationed her your cloaks nnd capes go to lrsJ W Williams Clay City Ky I Tho Pompey Branch schoolhouse where Rev R A Irvin teaches took fire Wednesday from a defective flue and might have burned had not someone passing the road seeing it8ound ed the alarm H R Perryof Winchester tells us ho built and occupied the first business house in new Clay City It was near where the old depot was and was used for a feed store The Mutual Handle Cohas put in a dynamo of 50 light capacity for the purpose of lighting theft plant This plant has became one of the leading establish ments of the City and a cordial invitation is extended to nIl such concerns to locate iu our midst ntiaignetum Ie on every box or the geaoln Laxative SNmbQuininC ateta- a ircime that eIuiw n eblJ ill sae da- lr w The Clay City ationiil aht has been represented in our ad vertising collini for nearly fir years and we lave found tills institution to bo one of the solidest financially j and to poses the most accommodating yet precautions officers of any insti tution of its kind we know of No one huts evpr lost a cent by doing business with this bank Rev S DL Carrier of the Methodist 5itnrchat this place from 00 fb00 but last year locnted ab Morelead re ceived 100 morlS from his cir cuit than anv former pastor had ever received ami his churches strongly petitioned his return He is on the iaine work this year Mr John P Vaughn of Law renccburgj visited relatives at this place several days recently Mr Vaughn says he has missed the TIMES very muck since its temporary suspension He is a native of this county and is a staunch Democrat and a member of the Confederate Orphan Bri gade In his town the Confed erate veterans have erected a handsome monument in memory of their dead When the TIMES was first star ted it was on a sheet not larger thou an almanac but we promised to enlarge it as the patronage would justify We did it This is the case now with the Clay City Tums Be liberal in your patronage and we will be more titan liberal in its enlargement and improvement in general MATRIDIONIaL Rev Pence pastor of the Methodist church at this place surprised his friends by getting married Thursday Nbv 14 to a Miss Duncan of Franklin County It is Rev Pences second venture He is 24 years old has two children five and two years old The bride is fifteen They both will attend the Kentucky Wes evan College at Winchester through this session after which they will occupy the parsonage at this place TheTuntsextends congratulations James Meridy of Barbour vine Ky has a matrimonial re cord that will be hard to beat He was divorced frcmhis thir teenth wife last week and mar ried his fourteenth one hour later Meridy is forty years old and in appearance resembles Buffalo Bill ourof his wives are dead nine have been divorced and the fourteenth was a wid DwWiitclmester Democrat f Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cunnot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure s F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0fWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and bellevehini perfect ly honorable in all business transaction and finuiicfally able to carryout any obligations undo by their firm WEST TKUAX Wholesale Druggist Toledo 0 WAUHNO KINNAN k MARViN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0iHalls Catarrh euro is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of thesystem Price 75a per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are time meet V J KerrVPerfectiori fitbeat3 allp ry IfI Jit j H r I- y Follow the ProeessioiI T THE New York Racket St6re KEPT BY A E BARNETT SON rIT CLAY CITY k STANTON KYJWho claim to he headqnarters for all kinds of merhandise at the Lowest Cash Prices that First Clpss goods can be sold for ranulated Sugar 100 jCordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 Ibs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 200 Pearl II 2201 SuperfineIe 180 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents I As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps hoots Shoes and Cloth ing ve defy all competition We buy our goods di iect fiom Xew York make the prices riiZht allow you top prices for all kinds of- ProducePay Cash for Railroad Ties So call and see how much iuoiiey is saved in dealing with us Your AI Eo BARNETT i SON its Up to You Whether you pay a high price for a mediumclass work or a Medium Pricefor HighClass Work- If you want a High Class Work at medium price go to WEBBFWatches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and adjusted at reasond j We prices He is headquarters for the lail Order Business For anything you vant especially Watches and Jewelry When you want to buy anything consult WEBB he will tell you what you ought to pay for it whether you deal with him or not WHP i FKjrairaJ = Main St opp Depot The Same of Clay City Unless the local authorities do better work in controlling the smallpox epidemic at Jackson Winchester as one of the most exposed points will have to quarantine against her Wo are informed that two or three of time business met there who employ a number of men are opposed to the local quarantining of suspects because it will interfere with their work stud in tleir selfishness are willing to risk an epidemic rather than to see their business interfered with amVthoir influence is sufficient to prevent the civil authorities from taking the strict measures that shouldibo taken Dr McCormack Chairman of tho State Board of Health has threatened a general quarantine ifstricter measures are not taken I I i 11 The L E road has offered to donate a thousand dollars to as sist the State Board in its work thereWVinchcsterDemocratStop Laxative BromoQuineno Tablets cure a cold iu one day No cure ho pay Price 25 cents TlieClay City LumberStave Co contemplates opening Livery and Feed stable Jan 1 1902 They have just completed new barn R 11 Perryof the Winchester Sontinell was in town a short while last Thursday in time inter est of his paper and gave our office a pleasant call Bro Perry is publishing a splendid paper and it is very highly appreciated in our sanctum Barring its pol- Itics the Sentinell is a common dahl paper r 1 I f i I jIj L I 1 t 1 1 lliI1i Nobility RecommendsN The above portrait is that of Countess Mogelstud of Chica go Ill whose gratitude for the benefit received from the use of Dr Miles Nervine prompted her to make this statement It affords me treat pleasure to add testimony to the very II merits of Dr Miles Nervine Although I am So of ace I find it- soothes the tired brain quiets the irritated nerves and insures sleep I never feel contented without a of it in the yoursCmusT1 Countess Mogelstud I IDr Nervine I is a nerve tonic and strength builder that starts right in restoring health immediately Sold by all Drucilst Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 0 an Invent or improves also Ret I I orphotltoforh I BOOK ON PATENTS Write AU11fee OASNOW COPatent Lawyers WASHINGTON DC i THE Wirichestei Bank INCORPORATED No H V iTiiEK8PooK Pre- sWinchester Ky Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of Individ mils firms and corporations 542 Df1 WOM N j Wine of Cardui Is the guardian i of a womans health and happI H ncM froiu youth to old ago It helps her safoly into womanhood I It sustains her during tho trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy j and prcvoftting Hooding and mls carriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as tim change of life l EOFARDU1 cures leucorrhooa falling of tho irregularitytevery valuable every trying penml of a womans life It reinforces the nervous t system acts directly on the geni tal organs and is tho finest tonic for women known Aak your druggist for a 100 bottle of Wino of Cardui lUteaTille Ala Jnly 11 WOO I am Using Wino of Cardui and Thed fordi BUckDrftucht and I feel like a different woman la dies hero the medicine In their 1 homes all the tlmolI have three girls and they are me lira KATE BUOWDBO For adrlM ndjlterstnre addreu giving 1mptoms The Udlet Advisory iMpart I tie tanooas Hedtdne eoiepmy Ch ltauoog Tenn r t ic i a a a Our readers will observe elsewhere that we charge 75 ctsper yen 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unti we were compelled to How cm you ignore us in such a shuniefu manner New Paper Clay City is again to have a newspaper after the absence of a representative of the fourthes tate for many months Edito Burgher who has been responsi hie for the destiny of the TRIES which was published at the excessively rural precinct of Spout spring Estill county has moved that paper to Clay City am there the Clay City TIMES will have its Name in the future and grow in usefulness and attract iveness to the delectation of the the Clay Cityites whosi affections for newspapers are as strong as Niagaras current Heroshoping that Brothe Burgher mild accomplish in his new field what no man was ever known to accomplish and that is make a fortune running a conn newspaper Jackson Hustler I An article going the rounds or the papers in regard to the prevel tion of pneumonia seemed too siii pie to be noticed One who has tr ed it claims to have been re lieved by it To wit When a cull is feltor pain In side or between the shouldersor other signs of tul Ingcfllddraw in a long breath hold the breath as lung as possible and repeat this until the symp toms leave The theory is ttu tills exercise throws the settling blood from the attracted organ heartlungs ana bruin to the smut blood vesseland thus gives relief Our informant liable previously to pleurisy bus been invaribly relieved The statistics of the growth of the rural free delivery service show that on December 2d next there will bi 6900 carriers throughout the coup try traveling a total mile ge appro abating 147220 miles dailyor twentyfour and one half mileaeacl on an averageThere have been 12 000 applications for routes or twice the number of routes A company has been organized ai Lexington with a capital stock 6f 87000000 to build electric rail roads from Lexington to surround ing county seats Itcost 7000 to incorporate Some people seem to imagine that because they are the sons ox lIam they arejprivilegedito ranSacl the smoke houses of nil sham pro duds 0 t lam I Rev Inl Nicks IsNot Dead J Y Notwithstanding a widely current rumor plat the Rev Irl R licks was dead he never was in better health and never did a border and more snccessftill years work than that just closing He has just completed his large and epi ended Almanac for 1902 and with his taff of able helpers has brought his journal World And Works justly forward into international reputation For u quarter of a century Mr Ilicks has grown in reputation and usefulness nsthel- cuples astronomer and forecaster ofstorms and the character of the coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts so sought after us now his timely warning of use rious drouth this year having saved the people from loss and suffering Millions of bushels of wheat were harvested through his advice to plant crops that would mature tarly The American people will certainly stand by Prof hicks when it costs them so little and the benefits are BO great His fine Alumnae of 200 pages is only 25c anti his splendid family journal is only one dollar a year Including the Almanac Send to Word And Works Pub Co2201 Locust St St Louis Mo fOne on Ky Republicans Representative Boering accompanied by K J Hampton our Kenzie and Senator Mason of Ill inois approached the President about the same time Thursday morningDo know what I am thinking about doing inked the President of Senator Mason looking toward Mr Boering I think I will divide the uiloirs of the Govemnien in two parts one relating to the affairs of Kentucky and the other to the remainder of the Govern mentThe joke ions appreciated For the lust two weeks most of the Presidents time lies been taken up by the Kentucky olllceseekers the President probably thought that he should be permitted u little time to look after the business of other States Winchester Sentinel H M Benton agent sold Monday joGeorgo Gravett t Brother the farm of T 1 Davis pn the Mt Ster ling pike near the city containing fortyfive acres with improvements for8 6500 equivalent to cash Pos session January L Winchester Sun According to tradition a snow the 15th of November fsn sure sign that there t vill be fourteei other snows during the winter Yesterdays snowwlll afford u test df the tradition When a businessrunedown its only natural that it should be wound up seeeeeetreeeeeI a e cModernPrinting i Which woflo at Modern Erices Has an individuality About ittlmtcommands Attention e I LsTalkitOver On that next order of Printingyouneec1 Wo can make it Beneficial to youiTry us once ayrimts M7 iSpoutspringifKy v o PS 55555 55 Se 55 55 5555555 SZS 55 55 I +i I i e2 w r wf Qr I VJF f3B WLittlepap Son 1 Dealers Ins Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Paints Oils and Etc Prescriptions carefully comp6undednnd if we have rfot g what you want will get it for you on short notice t s i Id r r THE GREAT TONICLAXATV If you have sour stomach indigestion biliousness constipation bad breath dizziness inactive liver heartburn kidney troubles bac Jche Ioi3 of appetite 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