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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ini j1 J I I L i I THE c CLAY ITY TIMES1Wr fi IJ 50 Cotsa Year In Advaaci rWeare here to kelp Clay City the JSorfoWuing Country aof Ourselves J E Burjjhcr Jr Publisher I VOT 6 CLAY CITY Kir THURSDM DECEMBER 519014 NO 37 11 Railroad Assessment The Railroad Commission has completed the annual assessment of the railroads in the State and filed its report with the State Auditor to make out the tax lists and collect the taxes on the valuation The total valuatiofi of all railroads is 52482108 or 247411 more than last year The taxes on this amount to be paid to the State amounts to 240000 The report shows that the total mileage is 8000 against 8055 last year The net earn ings of all the roads show a de crease of only 15000 while the gross earnings decreased 200000 The following is the value of some of the big railroad systems as shown by the report L K Railroad Company 22820450 Illinois Central 10271150 Ohessapcake Ohio 5503440 Cincinnati Southern 5800780 Ashland Coal Iron Company 707800 The Lexington Eastern Road is 921 miles long and is valuedat 7000 A Prosperous Ware Lee county ought to experience u real sure enough boom next summer There are a number of new enterprises to be develo pod within our borders The new line of railroad up Millers creekwill pen uu told iajtural resources It is a foregone con elusion that a narrow guago rail = road will be built up Sturgeon to lring the coal and timber of the untouched territory to market and the line will probably he ex tehded to Boonesville The county ought to prospervilre News To Our Delinquents YU alt are aware that we have sustained heavy loss by fire with no insurance and no recourse but our old accounts We sent each and every one who owed us for one Years or more subscription en appeal to pity up that we might resume business as soon HS possi liar Attlmt time we had out SHSO on subscription alone and of this amount we have collected nearly oneeighth We know you can ay this small amount and asyou have placed UH to such inconvenience we have decided to place each and every account in the hands of a publishers collection agency that is not paid up in ten days We very much dislike to have to do this but we have to raise some money and this seems to be our last resort If you want to hold your reputation and credit you hud better send in the small amount you owe Send by check money order registered letter or two cent stamps if the sum is less than one dollar 1IIOHEBSIONAI CARDS NNN W NIMMIMMMIMMN4fNhMNNNNN4M1ARAIRVIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B tITTtEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY DrC B DICKSON DENTIST1 rCLA1 CITY KY f I ry Y Valuable Advice Divided on every proposition in politics our people should unite on a policy for developing the State of Kentucky for making known her resources and her advantages for the improvement her trade her schools for the enforcement of law and for the maintenance of order We need in Kentucky better roads and better schools we need A new State building at Frankfort we need to know more about our mineral wealth and the c condition Under which wealth can be develo ped need to make known to the world the variety of agricultural products and the grli at value of our farm lands The evils which afflct us adver Use themselves Ictus show the world that we have something here besides horses and whiskey Get out of the riitsv Bring your men to the front Do some thing for your own town and unite with others in doing something for Kentucky Bring to the attention of the world our great deposits of asphal tic tuck let the world know about the production and value ofcp ment advertise our coal deposits cannel void semi nntiel and bit uminous let us have once more a fair exhibit of the timber of Ken tuck let UK exploit our oil land let uehZik3n wabt In tins xnd cities excel let us show what we can dom all manufacturing enter priflesIIn such matters there should be no politics We are Republicans or Democrts or Populiste or Socialists or Liberals but we are all Kentuckimio let us workfor Ken tucky Louisville Post Try our cough mixture Best in the world 25eents for4oz B Lit Itpage Son- Prefered Death to Disgrace Straut R Young commited suicide in Louisville by shootjug himself through the head with a 88calibre SmithWesson revolver It is understood that he killed himself rather than face a shortage of possibly 50000 as City Treasurer of Louisville He was thirtyfour years old and last August was married to Hits Bessie Wymond He was a son of Col Bennett H Young of Confederate fume It is believ ed that the shortage was caused by reason of money lost on races and other gamblings You sholud see those nobby Hats at Mrs WilliamsClay Ky Not a Beggar Our cash subscriptions are com ing in very slowly Now if you want this paper you can soon be having it come to you weekly Send us your address and 50 cents and we will do the rest for fifty two weeks less than one Cent a week If you have not got the 50 cents now to spare sendOr hand ugyour address and 75 cents some time within twelve months Remember in our removal we lost several paying subscrib ers and some other business by locating in another county This must be rondo up by you or we- must stiffer loss If you wait for 4 4 us to approach tll street and justrbeg tobecoe a sub scriber or send youtlio paper because 1 t we think subscribe for it you will never be on our list This iqii1 our way of doing business Wo are well known td you allyou know what our paper is you know that you should subscribe forjt and help usto help you Claytftityaud our seLes besiues furti you all th local news at li the usual ra s lotherlpga ors A controller reports that the authorized of tho 4270 national banking associa Lions in existnnco oil October 31 1001 was G03224io5 which is a net increase during the year of 30721800 was an increase in capital stock of 21074 200 by banks ornmized during the year and iinumbso banks over 800 r Why Not Clay CltvQuaraHtlne From the best source of information we canobfwn we think it would that Olav City quarantine against the small pox districts up thg L E road which has obtained an alarming stage BeatfyviU i having had a costly experience with this ep idemic last has quaran tined and Clay City is in just as BeattyvillelSredontthink whatever should berun of obtaining an epidemic like this Be sid tho danger of the disease it completely demralizes trade Let the infected districts be strictly quarantined against at onceWe will have a supply of culen dars and almanacs for 1002 Call anti getone about tire first of De cember13 Littiepnge fc Son Duty is a power wljic rises with us in the morning and goes to rest with us in the evening 4 A Unique Prescat- Mr and Mrs Jol it Williams of Danville celebrated their gol den wedding this week One of the gifts was from J E Wrigit a monument and to ibstone manufacturer and is af handsomely designed tombstone With the names of the couple engraved upon it The cost of the mpnu Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Oillobcr 20 1901- KASTBOUXJ No2 No4 Dully ex SuueDahy ex Sun Stations PM L AM Lv Lexington StlOj 740 Winchester 255 833 LJunctlon 807Jt 887 Olny City8iOr ot3I- I Stanton 3M D23 Natural Bridge 1 OK 064 II Torrent 484 1008 II BeaftyyiHcJunc458lv 1020 Ar Jackson r 000 1130 WKSTBOttUPj NO 1 NO 8 Daily ex Sullt Daily ex Sun Stations AM 5 PM JvJnck8on12 025 BeattyvilleJuno 2i726 II Torrent 280 744 II Natural Bridge 252 801r Ii Stanton 328 iZ8 Olnv altv 3831 887 f LE Junction 4 p8t fl10 II AVincheater 4 023 ArLeiington W 1010- J RBAKB SOiws SCOTT ion Manager sGenyPas IJA T lt MOROAN i h S11aAAgtt onceIbecemetry which Mr Williams have selected as their lust resting place The old cou ple are delighted with the u niquegift J J Curry has Just returned from Paris andLexingtontwherehe- has been for several days on a bus Incas trip and has accepted posi tion with Catesby Wpodford farm er and race horse dealer of Paris Ky to transact busines for him either at Paris Kyf or Qbarles town W Vat He has for sale everything in the way oft household goods at prices to suit people Also Edgar Curry lias his stock of Fancy Groceries Soda Fountain and Fixtures consisting scalces Show Cases Lamps Cake Racks and Etc for sale Would prefer dOlling thewholgbU8ineES to some dealer at prices hecan afford to pUr ichase t Take butterand eggs to Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky If You Would beLovcd Dont find fault Dont believe all the evil you hearDont jeer at everybody relig ious beliefs Ponjj IMS rude to ourinferiors To Whom it I in social position Dont go untidy on the pleafthat everybody knows you evenllfitdoes Dont underrate anything be cause you dont possess it Dont contradict people even if you are sure you are right Dont believe that every one else in the world is happier than you Dont conclude that you have never had any opportunities in life 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 Pants Over Coats Boys Suits and Pants Mens and Boys Hats and Mens and Boys Shoes Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky A good wife remembers a com pliment paid her husband as long as she lives ITftrai ForSale Farm of 30 acres all bottom land at Walters Ferry 2 miles from Clay City with good dwelling of 6 rooms and all necessary outbuildings Cis tern convenient to house Will be sold at abargain J W TIPTON r CIaCityKey M Clay City Ky Nov 28 I May Concern I LOOK OUT Christmas is Goming Wo will be looking for you Our buyer Mr Soper has dilligently stud died the wants of the people and especially knows what will please the Boys and Girls as well as grownup peoplottHc will spend the last week of November in the City selecting Xmas goods only and we cordial ly invite everyone to come in and inspect our Xmas goods which will be opeiud up by December 15 IVe will show you the nobbiest goods you ever saw in Clay City When You Come to Our Store dont fail to examine our 5c and lOc Counter We havent the space to mention the ninny article we will show you so come and see for your selves i We will double our force during holidays and wilt kc pleasure in showing you through the Stock y Remember our General Stock of Merchandise is largeraud better se lected this season than ever before We can supply your wants because we keep what the people want I We have just unloaded 3 Car Loads of No 1 Hay which we will sell at 90 cents per cwt Clay City Lumber StQV CoLFr rP CLAXrCITY KY 1i1 kM t t- c ft = L L n E fE tIMES IUlltlSHKlt EVEUY tllUUSDAY 1fi Burgher Jr Publisher A k Subscription Rates 50 Gents per year ia ai vancc otherwise 75 Cents Application hinde for entry In tlie Qlit3 City Ky postofflco nt secondclass rates day City Ky Thursday Dec 5 J r CLUB RVTES For the convenience of our sub ecribers we have arranged club rritei with the following papers at priest below mentioned The TIKES and CourierJournal tnpo It Cincinnati Enquirer 10 II Louisville Commercial 7J 41 Home and Farm 7i The Fiftyseventh Congress convened Monday with ceremo tiles not greatly different from former years The House adopt ed the rules of the last session with modifications made by theo permit any amendments to he of fered The message of the Pres ident WitS received by both House and Senate Tuesday Over three thousand new bills were in traduced including three Pacific cable bills and several protesting against the continuation of war in South Africa The State Board of Health of Jclltokhas sent out a circular letier to the health authorities ailniiglhqm toprovidb pejafthous es and take all precautionary Steps to prevent the spread of smallpox this winter Representative Henry of Tex si8 has introduced a bill in the House to make mandatory the duty of a governor to honor requi sitions for fugitives This would force the return of Taylor and Frindley from Indiana to Ken tacky An exchange t1I sthnt n roan warecentty fined t25 for listening Jti n telephone message passing over a line in which he owned a phone and afterwards telling what ho over heard The theory was that messages or conversation over the wires are confidential and the fact that he owneda phone gave him no right to repeat any thing he might have heardeither by accident or otherwise If you have a phone you will agrees that this IB a Hood law although some times you happen to hear some very amusing and interesting things whichwere not intended for v you reurs Onesof the inmost astonishing dis closures of the Census of 1900 is tlmf there are 1800000 mere males than females in the population of the United States Put it ina n more readily appreciated way this is to say that of every 1000 of the American people 512 are of the masculine and only 488 of the feminine sex This preponderance Jf the sterner half of mankind has been it appears steadily main tained and increased in this count rYfor more than half a century it is a permanent condition and as 4uch Contrasts sharply with that of Kingrexceed jlio males in number Kerrsf Perfection = beatsall yf t 0 r dYir 9 r q i SPOUTSPRING James Lane of Irvine tiffs here Sunday A R Lowry of Rudkervill was up to spend Thanksgiving- Joe Burgher of Irvine visite his brother John at this llnce over Sunday Miss Nora Patterson was the guest of I Miss NornTodd Saturda night and Sunday We wore glad to see ve edits and family over Saturday and Sunday Come again 1 Voo McKinney who IJns been eniployedat Thompson returne home Saturday to stay Miss Maria Curtis is aiflicte with sonlekind of a1 tumor Her condition is very unfavorable rT Bush and O1iarles Stone of Puckett were hero Tuesda trading vitlv our merchants LennioCrbw and wife visited the formers parents Mr and Mrs Albert Crow Sunday W P Perry traveling sales man for Van Deren Hardwan Co of Lexington Was here Tuesday W T Colvin grocery drum mer for Trimble Bros was her Tuesday interviewing our mer chants Henry Burton of Blooming dale Clark county a former res ident of ottr neighborhood woi here Sunday dlrJ Christopher spent several days visiting his dnughtei Mrs A R Lawry at Rucker ville the first of the week J E Burgher Sr and Georg White visited the formers grant aLexingtont Mr Agnew dry goods sales man with John Shillito Co of Cincinnati Ohio was interviewing our merchants Monday Berry Barnett Jr traded hii mule team to a Mr Harding wlu is on his way to North Carolina for his horse team getting 150 differenceEld McIntosh returnee from Fox Monday where he filled his regular appointment and is now laid up with deep cold Jk H Dawson and wife havf moved to Stanton where he hrti secured n position ns salesmar in the store of A E Barnett S SonAunt Orzelia Mcintosh wife ol Frank McIntosh died lastFriday 1 aged about SO years Burial Sun day at the Winburn burial groundLloyd and Asa Tood have bought of Alloh Orsborno his twe farms one inEstill and 0118 in Powell counties comprising a bout 140 acres in the two for 2000 Possession March 1 Berry Barnett Jr has sold his farm of 400 acres near ting place in different tracts to Isaac Barnett Ycnsoii Burris Berry Hllllnnd Oscar Milton Mr Barnett will probably move to the Heflin place which ho pur chased last spring from Dudley Hall SammySlatteryof Mercer coiipty vho had been addicted to the habit for 15 years lca1l- cd his associateslo his death bed md told them that cigarette Brnqk1 rug was the direct cause of his death and plead with them to aban lon the habit Wine in the bottle does not uehchithe thirst t n o Whylsif that po6plpwiH bo duped by very passiiig fakir or humbug WhyjsittIlItaf ter working all day f rnn honest dollar people will listen to the persuasive eloquence of the peddler or medicine von dor and givoiim their inoneyon the strength of his words This is a ion still unsolved Why itistlSa stranger dud his glib tongue can enter a town and scoop cartwheels selling his shoddy tufi when honest goods can be bought at honest prices front lho home merchants who work Honestly and steadily in a cont unity aiul tire ii t re ed in tIle olfare of the laid- county 0 JTndcourt Owing to the disagreeable weather bnljru fair sized crowd came to towihQourt Day There were only i it 500 cattle at the stock penstrod these brought from two to four cents The horsenndml market was dull few animals bringing good prices and only a small number chang jug hands Business with merchants wa5fair to medium but not what it vvbuld have been lied the day bgen clear and brought more peopje to town Richmond Register r Hove S This5 We olferne hundred DoUara Reward fiiriniiyease if CatVrrh that cannot be cured by Halls VCatarrh F Jt CHENEY lC CO- irnps1ii1edii O- We they undersigned have known F 1fCheney for the lust 15 years a believe him perfect- h hoiioralilin allbuslness trans actions on1l financially able to carry out atjybligations niacin by thelrfirm Irv WEST fe IltUAX Wholesale Druggist Toledo 0 WAUMNO KINNAN is MJAitviN Wholesale Druggists Toledh 0 Halls Catarrh euro is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and Jnucona surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS Of jMachinery Repaired- We KeepIpStock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD I Gasoline Engines In 35 8 and 12 horse power Thi best known power for farmers and others prlntedIsliT CHM HAGANW- INcuisTEB 1 KY RESTAURANT MEflLSflT ALL HOURS Fresh Oysters and Fish A full line of Foreign and Domestic FruitSrOranges Lemons nil nanas Apples and Etc S J ANn RSON XYQIlr KY r iiI f n1q r I j IIiJll it 70tlJl1lt0 i ryeSieert iof t41 A1 I I JIt 1 1 j Our LIne Orw L I fL OClnts4 25 toll 00 Mackintoshes 82 00t fjOO Ladies Mackintoshes 2 OOtoS 00 Mens Suits S OOi 50 and 810 00 H Pantt 100 and up to fi 00 Boys Suits 1 25 toS 00 Ladies loafcs 5 00 6 75 7 60 10 00 12 SO tint OQItt2Y Tti Ladies Olijtd r tO till 85e to4rflOftpni Womens Shoos Toe to Boys 80ctfti2ho Irr tof ifi OhitdrenshotB in great varietyi Rubber in nit Styles rl and at lowest prtas 4 Our Line Dress fe the iilight of Ml vhosee ttN All the newest Weaves including Broad Cloths PebbleChiBijftt8 Basket Cloth PremellaCloth and handsome Sergea i Hehs riettas Flunols for Mtiicfo that for values their equal will lieihard to find Waists and 4 Silk Flannel Flannelette Cnlconnd Pemile Witisiir v pkiftii r from 81 50 to 80 00 in Blacks Navy B and Grays Vi L N Underwear Ourline of Underwear includes everything rforTiTVen v6ineh and children ut the right prices 4 J V Our Millinery Department is Brim Full lvuln1F tht pretty creations of the Millinery WorM We arc out some Nobby hate y Mens Shirts froui J8 cents up Hats 75 etnts iipv When In the city call and se6our goods and get our prices1 Mrs cl W WfbblAMS Clay City Ky The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Mntl vJtUOIi UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Plot Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading JwhnntlOJlM IT COUUTNEYPiiEsiDENT J F COX CASIJIKH c d CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK t y CLAY CITY KY CAPITAL 5000000 We solicit your business and accord dep ito s every accommodhtion which their business and responsibility warrant 031 ARE YOU DEAF ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD ARE NOW C by our new Invention Ojrty those born deaf HOMEAHEAD y HEAD NOISES CEASE F A WEKWJAN OF GAL THlORE ai t 1- Glllmm nelng entirely curnt of deafness thaas to your rou a full history of my case be I C your dlKrctlon UstAbout five year ago myrishteirbegan tosing and this my hearing In t111s c M foot catarrh for three months lelthotn thatter ofphysicimnamongothersthemyteminent car only an o me even tent then cease but the hearing in the affected car would he 1000IforCcr I then saw your advertisement ncclden nl la n New York and z I meat Alter lhod used 11 11 daysnccordingtoyour after ic week hearing In you bcartUy and beg to remam Very tnJr XERMAN 7Jo 8 1 Our treatment does not interfere with your sN I Szamtnatlon Ir and- advi YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE CHICAGO ILL I 1y I Bluegrass Nurseries TALL 1001 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Fruits Asjiara gun and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We sell direct- nt right prices totha planter and have no agents General Catalogue on application to H R HILLEMEYER LEXINGTON KV Perfection is a word that cannot be applied to ninny products but wben it is used to identify JCerrl8 bvst flour it cxptpeees a t t r i 7 1 t to Mens Shoes 3J0a Misses Shoes GoodB putting ftoni to to nt it t1 I i- iL3 E WEST Vit1i SImmons Har war Go 2 1 v St Louis Motr will make regular trips throuli tM1ito section Freight equalized whhfi4 Louisville and Cincinnati houses t4t i ir I NlYY A 1A t Clay City Hotely- T Wot ITEATO1 FjiJ 1 k li Table s ippllcrl with the be tilts markcrtaffo ds t4and c1eltnr Rates 1UOfJterll Y 1 1tf oI t + K I f1 y J r P 3hs jitTHE TIMES J AN ALT HOMEMADE PAPER i Y CLAY CITY THURSDAY YDEC 51901 JiiV t I OCAL I3ItEVITIESJ- ohlt Mrs Hoiman IS still on tt fhp sick list See notice of farm for sale clse where in this issue Rec Woodwardof Rosslyn was dpwn yesterday Miss Rose closed her school on Black creek Friday DrJ E Lemming was down from Stanton yesterday Several schools throughout the county will close this week t JJ Curry made a business k trip to Paristhe last of the week Jas BHall left Monday for thoeity and will be gone for ten days Monday vas avery rainy day f since we have hail very cool nice weatherw Dr Jj W Willliams has been I s awarded the pauper practice df i this county Joe Curry of Lexingtonwas the guest of his cousin C E 4OUirylast week Tom Wood of Log Lick was here Tuesday transacting busi ness Rev R A Irvin filled his up pointment at Beatty ville Sunday old Sunday night 0 R 0Mansfield of thu Red1 d RiverxRqller Mills of Rosslyn was in town Saturday to r The 0 o t aso hn8 sold n car load of Cannel coal this t week at 10 cents per bushel t1 r In a saloon near Middlcsboro shot and instantly killed Lee Smith Lane was not arrested 0 C Eaton who has been with hissami1l at Irvine cpr sometime is at home for a few days mmmm While excavating for the sewer A8stem in Paris last week a tine vein of white zinc was struck on Main street Congressman J B White has appointed Matt Madigan Jr of Y Frankfort to a Cadetship at West Point f Ed Fletcher and wife hays rer tnrned honie at Kansas City Mo after several days visit to rela tives in this county lad E WMarcuniof this place has been called to preach at the Log Lick Christian Church for the coming yeara Nels Walters who has been employed at Natural Bridge for c some time is spending afow days at this place this week I i n There is plenty of corn on this market at BOO per barrel Crops arc much better in this section Y than first thought for The present session of Congress will be asked appropriate 250 i OQ for the further improvement i of the Kentucky river t i i Sirs M H Courtney tied her Bro Gus RedickFe left Tuesday morning for Wisconson to see their mother who is very sick rE Mrs Mandy Carson left Tues kj day for Pittsburg PR where she t Inds goriVtatyGwith lior husband yJlIJ l lIp Jtinl hapeity- r5iJt o It 1 f r i 10 t m eiij f i l Geo Tiptoli stopped in oUr office a short while last Thursday He liad i delivered a loadof shrubbery to some Winchester parties E E West the jolly hardware representative of the Simmons Hardware Co of St Louis was interviewing our merchants Saturday The JackPot Telephone Company has put in a bridging sys e mon their line and can not connect with the various other lines entering the switch board at this place If you would have ailappetite liken bear and a relish for your meals take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They correct disorders of the stomach and regu late the liver and bowels Price 25 cents Samples free at Morgan Mckinneys store H T McIntyre St Paul Minn who has been troubled with a dis ordered stomach pays Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have ever taken For sale by Morgan McKinney Edgar Curry while playing with a little dog Sunday was bit by it The dog hadbeen bit ten by 11 mad dog which gave Mr Curry some uneasiness of mind so he went yesterday to the mad stone at Foxtown The stone failed to adhere and ho was assured that as the dog itself was not mad there was no danger of hydrophobia from this bite To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund the mon ey if it fails to cure E W Groves signature iRon each box 25c 0 3t1 For yonr cloaks and capes go to Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky The farmer should not be blam ed if he forbids the city hunter to shoot quails s an exchange The bird feeds on the grain fields and the farmer rightly thinks he should enjoy the game himself If quail are not shot at they do not fly nwayevery time a man approaches Most farmers look upon quail as sort of domestic bird and it is nutural that they should resent this trosphssing of the hunter who shoots dften and frightens the best and in ninny places the only game to be had in the country G 4LPL hU itgnature li on every box of the sequIn Laxative Brotno Quinine Tabtett b remedy that core n cold In one day x SmallPox In Kentucky DrJ N McCormack Secre fury of the State Board of Health says there are smallpox now in ten counties of the State and thinks it Wise to adopt strin thejDr McCormack believes that every county board of health aid every county official willco operate with the State Bon d and prevent the spread of tie disease while he did not wapt to appear sensntnnaJhe wanted the public to i understand that the situation was extremely critical According to the figures given by Dr McCormick there are 80 cases at Jaskson in Breathitt country eleven II more in and about Marion inCrittonden coun ty about twentyfive in Wash ington county several iii Bell t j e 4 c 1 several cases among countythonegroos lexington Dr AlcOormiclr if the proper steps arc takeIi at once there heed be no fear of the disease spreading 1 f When a mantis too lazy to work he tries tdpersuade his wife to start a boarding house No one can reasonably hope for good health uhless his bowels move once eachday When this SB not attended to disorders of the stomach arise biliousness head ache dyspepsia and piles soon fol low If you wish to avoid these ailments keep ur bowels regular by taking Chamberlains Stnihaeii requirediand gentle in effect For sale by Morgan Mckinney f Dud Pnrkeroue of Blllck Creeks prom1 hcitizens ro ports the flndin Lfa large bear in his locality A has been seen a number of times Our Chief of Police armed himself and was one to go out in search of Mr Bru in Up to this time no success At present bear meat is much talked of and longed for by ma ny in this section A J Snell wanted to attend o party but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach which he was afraid would grow worse lIe says I was telling my troubles to a lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condition fbr thd party I bought a bottle and take pleasure in stat ing that two doses cured me and enabled me to have a good time at the party Mr Sneli is u resident of Summer IIHKX y This rem edy is toreal by Morgan McKinney Kind Words The SPOUTHPIUNO Turfs which was burned out some months ago is revived at Clay City Bro Burgher prints a good paper and if the people of Clay City will sustain him he will give them still better one Winchester DemocratAfter suspense of three mouths cattsed byitlisastrOusfire- J E Burghers linper the TIMES formerly pubJish i1ut Sponsoring resumes publication at Clay City Editor Burgher always brings out 1 newsy sheet and we are glad to sen him in the field again Richmond Panta graph J E Burgher Jr whose newspaper plant was burned tot Spout spring several ntonths ago has installed n net outfit and launched the Clay City Times Long may they live to battle for the town and county of its adopt ed home The good people and only good stand by a newspaper of Powell county should rally to his support Val ley View Argent COUGh COLDSCHILDREN Recommendation of ii Wo11 Known Chicago Phyiioian- I use and prescribe Chamberlains Cough Bemeby for almost ullobstinate constricted coughs wjth direct results 1 prescribe it to children of all ages Am glad to recommend it toull in seed and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial allljctionM It is non narcotic acidsafe in the hands of the unprofissional A universal panacea for all mankindMrs- MaryR MelendyM D Ph D Chicago Ill Thtajlremedy is for sale iyMorgan McKlmtey J kk4 1r 1Yf f tp it f iJ i l y 1 + 7 m 00 Follow the Procissfon T0 THE t o New York Racket Store KEPT BY l E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY STANTON KY Who claim to he headqnarters for all kinds of merhandise at the Lowest Cash Prices that FirstClass goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100r Bakers Pride Flour 200 Pearltl 220 v Superfine 180 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents 0 As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth ing we defy all competition We buyour goods driect fiom New York make the prices right allow you top prices for all kinds of produce pay Cash for Railroad Ties So call and see how much money is saved in dealing with u- sYours Ae E BARNETT It SON Its Up to YouWhether you pay a high price for a mediumclass work or a Medium Price for HighClass Work I If you want a IIigh Class Work at medium price go to 1 WEBBWatches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and adjusted at reasona ble prices Ho is headquarters for the Mail Order Business For anything you want 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 W T JlJl RJAEJ mAEJ Main St opp Depot A Good Cough CUTe From GazetteToowoombaAstrl 1 fluid Chamberlains Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine I have been suffering from a se vere cough for the last two months and it has effected a cure I have great pleasure in recommending it W Ci Wocker This is the opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try the remedy and be benefited as Mr byISuppose Schley is acquitted What then His case was essen tinny a national one involving the reputation of the United States Navy Is it fair that he should have been compelled to spend time savings of a lifetime jfJ Ti thisIrescue Stops the Cough and works oft the Cold Lukuti ve Bromo Quinene Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TheClay Cily I1lmber Stave Co contemplates opening n Livery and Feed stable Jan 1 1902 They have just completed new barn I saysTliewas thought to bo improving is worse All parts of the town and various parts of the sur rounding country are infected with it Frank Isom a colored man died with the epidemic last night There are now eighty cases of smallpoxin the and auperbs Business is paralyze b f i 1 I Uncle Sams f Mail Servicerequires physical and mental ability ofa high degree to withstand its hard labors The high tension to which the nervous system is constantly subjected has a depressing ef fect and soon headache back ache neuralgia rheumatism sciatica etc develcp in severe form Such was the case of Mail Carrier S F Sweinhart of Huntsville Ala he says An attackof pneumonia left me with muscular rheumatism headache and pains that seemed to be all over me was scarcely able to move for about a month when I dclded to give IDr Pain Pills I and Nerve Plasters a triaL In three days I was again on in two weeks I was free routempain and gaining in flesh and Itren Sold fcr all DrucilaU Dr Mile Medical Co Elkhart hid c I tjCAEUJGDfMARK Patent Lawyers WASHINGTON DC ilflE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiEnsrooy Pr- esWinchester K Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 542 The Best- PAPER PvbliBheu In the TJnltedStntcaforDem ourais and all renders is the 1wicea= Week Courierouri1aL The equal of innny dailies and thosu perior of all other niiweekllea or weeLliet IssuedVcdneduy and Saturday 104 copies n year and you get it for only 100 a year- TboWednesdny issue is devoted to news nt filters the Saturday issue to home matters A liberalcommisslon i 10 agent copies cheerfully sent iretoallwaoaskrorthem Write to COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY f By Speciai Arrangements You can get THE TIMES And the TwiceaWeekCourierJournal Both one Year for Only tHtOne Dollar1 Is for cash subscriptions only All nLlijcrjptfona under this combirm tto rrfcrmuatbe sent through this off v J F Arls From a Boys Point of View Dpnt you trust them youtKnew what I do There was once vial n blackeyed one who al wrya smiled at me and said some thing pleasant just to keep her hand in I heard her telling that old frump Miss Antique She came to our house to a party und somehow or other the men didnt bite Sister made me go and stand by her Site grinned at me and talked like a blue streak and I really liked her until a fellow came up with red yarn streaks in his eyes and a wig ort and said Oh pawrdon me I feyur that I intrude Oh no indeed dear Mr Olubmnn she giggled I was merely kill ing time here with this yoihig ster wasnt I ki1D Well she aint going to kill no more time I can tell you Id live bren good enough if no other chap came her way Im PlltI canying girls and eating at the second tllbleTho Tattler Congressman Boreing helped swell the Hood of bills in Con tress at its opening by offering one to appropriate 350000for a public building at London Tay lors capital of Kentucky It is to be hoped that it will not be accepted liS one way to dissipate the surplus London needs a public building to tho exact ex tent that a wagon needs live wheels Harrodsburg Democrat There is a family named Orcutt living out in Career count near the Greenup line that jiggrcgate 2800 pounds in weight ogcIsons tho oldest weighing 250 and the youngest 820 The other six weigh 257 290 810 814 end 100 Snake Burial We ore told that uu interment the subject being alive took place Sunday fternoon in Andy Millers orchard near Dupinsville Andy hllsa7 foot cowsucker snake that Iiiswers to the name of Dun Tho Iold weather has thrown Daniel into a torpor HO that he was unable MS was his habit to follow his muster nbnut the farm so Andy St n box and partly filled it with rags placed the snake in it dug n three root hole and buried his pet tic haM hud Dan Tar three years nod each sriron when cold weather Sftw in culclien him until spring again clothen the Itnifiess tree Miller captured tho snake under most singular circumstances He- Wn going through his woodland when n lahbit shot by him Bornp idl that he could hardly tell what it was Close behind the hare came thosnuko at almost lightning IHpetIl0ne hundred yards away niuptlmve struck the rabbit that its only salvation was in the man For it made a loop and ran to whore Andy was standing and to his amazement equalled he tween hisfeotThe snake not to be robbed of its dinner also turned and came toward Miller at full tilt wio stood speechless at what was going on but when the reptile ran between his legs he closed up on it reached down and caught it by the back cf the neck and carried it to the house In the three years it has become so gentle that it knew he name would jump through a hoop and follow Mr Miller about the place like n dog and slept on I his feet at night Harrodsburar DemocratIr JI r i I 1 RovlrlHkks NotDeat- hNathtuthnttiiiJiig a widely current ruatnr thitt the Rev Irl R hicks was dead he ncverwalfln better heultli and never did a harder nod ni re succesefidl years work than that just closing He bus just completed his J1tle and eplendid Almanac for 1002 and with his stuff of able liiiljifiH has brought his journal World And Works ltlleputlltJolIcentury Mr Hicks hat grown in reputation and ugeftilness ap the peoples astrgnnmer and foieCaster of storms and the diameter of the coming seneoiie Never were his weather foivci8t aso sought after as now his timely warning ofase ions drouth this year having saved the people from loss and suffering Millions of buHheJs of wheat were harvested through his advice to pin nt crops thxt would mature arty The Acl1n people will 4ertuinly stun gby Prof Hicks when it costs th4ni an little tend so great are the benefits Ills fine Almanac of is only MOC iml his splendidfunnily journal is only one dollar a year including tin AlmniiHc Send to Word And Works Pub Co 2201 Locust St St Lout Mo lL Hens Better Than Cows It is usually said that it re quires four acres of ground to ac commodate one cow and the yearly profit ajjput 20 to say nothing of the long hours and hard work in milking and caring for cows This makes a profit of 5 an acre apdor showing wee think when cQiapared with the faithful old lien An acre of ground will furnish the food for fifty hens thejprofitp from which will far 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