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THErw CLAY t I1 TY ITIMESrq1 t j j r 1 i J I iit ICtsaYear Advancv yN T We are here to help Clay City the SHrronnJing Country and Ourselves J G purgtier Jr Publisher YOL 6 LCLAY CITY KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 12 1901 NO S8 1 M This county has qunrnhtiped against Breathitt Wolfe hid lee counties o- e The City Council meet Mondry night and appointed a Local and Oity Bohrdof Health and otherwise provided for UlCcareof smallpoJc patients- J N Hawkins a prominent Lexington merchant was stint and robbed late Saturday night in thatcity arid died Sunday Perry Whitiedge a Webster county farmer coinmitted sui ciile by taking mpvplune becatjsej mo QID It o I I li1 i Ci Dixon t To Our Delinquents You all are aware that we have sustained a 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 ears or more subscription an jippcaTto pny up that we might resume business as soon ns possible At that time wo had out S350 on subscription alone and of this amount wu have collected nearly oneeighth We know you cnn spay this small amount and as you have placed us to such inconvenience we have decided to place each and every account In the hnnd8ofa publishers collectibnnpehey that is not paid up in ten days We very niouh dislike Ito hayeJtn do this lint we have to raise some money and this seems to be our feet resort If you want to hold your reputation and credit you hud better send in the small amount you owe Send by chepk money order registered letter oi two cent stumps iftil enm ieles than one dollar I J yhfciftyqu meet a man with a scheme proceed to gotln a hurry TRt11EEIatONAL CARDS NWNIM4INNN NNWNWANINW WW WNhWYM1 t R AlRViN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY VS UtTIEPAOE Nl D PHYSICIAN AND 8URC1EON OLAYOITY KY Dr G B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY crrx KY ooen s 1M lM6derrt Printing Which we do at e Modei Prices Has ju individuality About it that commands Attention I f m 1w I iLetsTalk itOver On that next order of Printing you need We can make it w e Beneficial to you Try us ortco I s fifljcs f1ll1p i Spoutspring Kyi ti Jlp y t 2j fp tLros i o Jrjt17 l L- V Ji v The Senatorial Contest The Cincinnati Enquirers Frankfort correspondent figures out the Senatorial contest befoe the Legislature as follows Fur McCreary 25 for Cantrill 10 for Wheeler 17 for Smith 15 uncertain but probably for Mcr Airy 11 uncertain but proba bly tigainst McCreary 12 WhO ly doubtful 1 Giving MeCre ry the ll uncertain members he will i lit ve6nly 86 votes or 14 less lh a a sufficient number to nominate I nnd for this the correspondent figures that the first ballot wilt find each of the four caiididrues rJsJt I ire V iBetti llhlto lojj aotJustice Quickly Meted Out jjThe Todd Circuit Courl hi space 6f a very few home anci ed tried and sentenced tp the I penitentiary for ten years the negro Moso kettle who btuLnl Gludileytxnttttany the quickest piece of C6 rtnit chinery fiction in the history of the county Big Check For Teachers State Auditor Gus G Coulter gave the State Treasury a warrant Monday for 60655182 to pay forty per cent of the school schools4f6rtheiflOl ThiVisthe largest wan orit that lies been dijytyn ffom this office for years This check ma Ies eighty per centrthafc has been paid to the common schools The United States Postal In spector has recommended the es tabliishoutof five rural deliv elyroutesin Harrison county The Value of Influence i A reader of the Corambner asks form word on tie value ifff r iolht= slice Influence inpy bo divided into two classes igoodt o it bad and all know that both ore po tent When we keep our chil dren out of bad company elfc ognzie drat viJnsrocil tons ox ert a corrupting influence upon I all who submit hems Yves to sucli associations We nay not emphasize as much as we hhoold the value of good Mi2oenco but we have scripture as weH ps observation to support the docilie powI right life Let your rtM so slifno beroremen that they may see puretcy7 is proof of the good that can be done Iby exam plotWe should be as caeful to give others the benefit of it good influence as to secure a benefit romtheirs The life of each person is so interwoven with the life of others that no one can bo sure that any act will bo without an influence hence the importance of striving to make that influence lielpfnl Commoner Try our cough mixture Best in the world 25conts for 4oz B Lit tlepago Son Some people have eo much luck they always lose what isnt worth winning You eeethose nobby Hats at Mrs Williams t QJay City KyAN 7 J rX J ornStalkITJie tallest cprhstalk pioduced thin years so farias we know was giown by Enoch R Bush on his Howards creek bottomlands From the ground up it measured cight feet to tiui1lhst enl nnd thirteen feet fiv inches to the tip of the tpssbli = A number of measurled chesler Sun There goes the ugh the mails thousands of Papers tho t ber evidence of their fce Ado to give for no li iwU SOIpIg o CU- r le 1j t 2 i id prep 011 Lqcc Iidie pages If any of our renders should be so unfortunntc as to be caught by any oMhese fakes and will report to uswe will do whnt we can to remedyithe evils Your mule will not bemused unless by concent Winchester Sentinel Postmaster Bakier of Louis ville has been nyippqinted by President Rosevcc A new bank is to be skirted at Paintsville tho county seat of Johnson co- untyhTheo o ed Confedeiiute Home is said to have come from a Uniol soldier who lost at arnvatFivrik lin Tenn He seitt 25 Itis claimed i iJotndon that violet I nres have been used with success to cure a cancer We will have a supply of calendars and almanacs for 1002 Cull and get one about tlje first of De ember B Littiepage Son I Keep The Boys Interested Fathers and mothers ask me this question evoryday says a well known writer + 1Vhat shill girlswalefallri3lity lem and easy to anj wer Girls ere naturally timid and depend cn t1 y grow upbytheh mothers side imitate tire raothec and receive lio gre tesfejhoie pf her attention Boys are more rest less and independent and need the most eful guidance They must bexopt bUsyand iniercsi eel Dont expect ieintositor ny length of tintskeep themN 1 J igton EastTk Ry Effective Ociohr 20 90- KABTDOosn NoS No 4 Dally ex Sun a Daily ei Sun Stations PM AM I Lexington 8104 70 Winchester 1 205 8fJ 5- I L 307 837 Citya40 03 Stanton3111M 023 1 Natural Bridge 40 0b4 Toiient 434 1003 II BenttyvllleJunc4f56 J0 9 Ar Jackson6000 130 1 OUND No 3 No 1- Dlillyex Sun ailyex sun Stations P 1Te 431 Lv Jackson1 20 82b It BenttyAiHeJunc 219 7 24 I Torrent 200 174tr Nntural3Jrdf VJSS 801 Stanton S 2h 828 Clnv Oitv 8 837 14 IIE Junction 4fo6 010 Winchester 41 v 023 ALe b1010-J SOOtTqen Agt TR 1lornl toP ht tl 4 rn Y i1 busy help them od over their schoolwork tell them how you remember the hard work you hUll to do when you were at school and how probably your teacher was not half as nice and good as theirs Read the newspapers to them discussony interesting In p penning of tin doy and note discussion especially the news of the worlds doitr6 iu lhe d51v peers Send them to bed viih the feeling that their father a mounts to something in their young liver and is atrue frind and companion ThePlghtITof thio VMJ l qrco lion as to who Juts the light to fix the place of burirl of the deco std husbandor wife A man at the time of his death wtis buried in a Catholic cemetry Shortly afterward his wife determined to remove the remrins to mot ler cemetry The brothers ands I ters of the dead mau and sohieof his children objected and the case went into the courts The Circuit Court decided that the surviving wife or husband hus the right to fix the place of buial and the Court of Appeals affirm ed this decision Take your butter and eggs to Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky report of the City As3ecor shows the total rs of all prerty subject for city purposes Tor yerr endijg Aujunt Cl was 12T50000 an in of 2000000 over last Joseph C S Ehckbura Mt 7 E Bhck urn were at she rccloy of S Prul a in WaJiinou y LTay few relaiivej of ilia couple esent at the ceremony hundred and ten cus ro Mi1 five roe p giiwdtit ittd r FT dvPMtli ClosIng Oui nt Cosl out everybta in Mena and Hals n n wit put on once our entire stock of Pani Ove Coals I oyj late Mens and Hoy Mens and Boys Shore Mrs J W Williams Clay Cliy Ky ITuriu rotSale of 50 acres all bottom land at Ferry 2 miles from Clay good dwelling of 0 rooms necessary outbuildings Cis to house Will le a bargain J W T a Ky TIMES for the news Clay Ky v2jUjU 1 To Whom itThe May Concern I LOOK OUT Christmas is Coming We will be looking for you Our buyer Mr Soper has diligently studI 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 las 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 opened up by December 15 We 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 te many article we will show you eo come and see for your selves We will double our force during holidays and spill take pleasure in showing you through the Stock Remember our General Stock of Merchandise is larger and betterse lected this season than ever before We can supply your wants 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 Lumber 1 V Stave C o f CLAY CITY KYoiJ 1 1 fy f e l I i y t i V f X fHE TtlES I PUItLISHEl KVKKT TnUUSDAV J E Burgher Ir TubHshcr Sntscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ah vance otherwise 75 Gents 7w i r i APplloutioninnde for entry in the Olny City Ky postofflce nt secondclnss rates Clay City Ky Thursday Dee 12 rM CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged chilirates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TINEs aril CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 100 IoiHsville Cbmnierciul 75 4 1Tolve find Farm 75 Auditor Coulter has refused to pay a number of witness claims presented by the Sheriff of Bell county Among the claims in a felony case were witness fees and mileage for witnesses who were summoned for the defendant Henry Wntterson editor of the CourierJournal RobertJ Breck inridge W S Pryor a member of the Court of Appeals and the present incumbent Gov Beck linm are candidates for the Dem ocratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky Thp government of twenty mountain counties cost the State 50881022 and they only pay in to the Treasury 17102480 if aft iere were as many voters in t vthfe foiinties as the census gave them and they paid their poll thx there would be no deficien kcvto make upErI- n a number of cities insurance men are talking of a crusade a gaiist Christinas trees So many tires are started by them they sayt there will either have tobe a change in the pohcis prohibiting iJhristmas trees or else have it understood that no losses will be paid on fires resulting from the trees Suit has been filed against former State Treasurer Walter R Day and Auditor John Sweeney to recover into the State Treasury 2822452 alleged to have been iI legally paid out by them in Jan uary and February 1000 after the killing of William Goebelfor the support of State troops call ed to Frankfort by W S Taylor The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Baltimore which sup plied their bond is made party defendant to the action L Kentucky Industries Tlie preliminary census report tilemanufacturing industries of Kentucky shows the capital invested in industries in the Statetobe 104080701 an increase of 80 per cent since 1800 There were 9550 establishments laid C5200 wage earners earning 22480958 in total wages aril 109J577800 is paid for miscella neous expenses annually Tile cosfcpf the material in n year is 82709955 and the value of the Ilroc1llctR is 1 W5PO0 9 ui i n crease of 22 per cent in 10 years n1rlcrccr co nt LeslieSlig- wiiiakerlahotandfatally wounded his cousin George Shewmaker because of their rivalry for tle blind ofl1 young ady J SPOUTSPRINOI Miss Tuscumbia White closed her school at this place Satur dayW G Hawkins of Nomads Creek was here Wednesday on business Mrs Qf Fox is visiting herdaughter Mrs Joe Cosby this v ek Samuel Emus returned Sunday from a visit to his Uncle New tonAbney at Kiddville Jack Puckett delivered to J W Dawson at this place a load of corn at 27f per barrel John Bennett of this place was visiting John Stuart and fam ily at Irvine the first of the week Louis Pijckett sold to Eld N McIntosh ft fat hog weighing 240 pounds at 5 cents per pound D R Hosting of Winchester has been here this week putting up a monument for J E Burgher Sr Miss Nora D Patterson closed her school at Kimbrells Chapel Friday and returned to her home at MillersburgDied pee 10 Will tam son of Wm Stone n ec1n bout sixteen years of brain fever Burial at thePoer burying ground Thursday Green B Spry who left this county for Illinois last Mardi has returned to this his native county and has decided to make his future home here Snow Creek- Lutlfer t Martin bought a sow and pigs fromMilton Parrish for 18 Rev Lowryfllled his regular appointment Saturday and Sun dayAb Vivion Bind wife were vis iting relatives I hero Saturday and Sunday The Viena school closed Tues day vith an interesting enter tainment R Thomas has sold his farm to Tighlman Pigg for 1000 Posses sion March 1st Virgil the little daughter of Jack Eads has been quito ill but is improving Mrs Martha Martin 1ms return ed home after an extensive visit to relatives in Clark county I Jack Parker who has been very low with typhoid fever for some timeWe are glad to slyis up againMrs James Vaughn visitetiher daughter Mrs William Tuttle near Winchester several days the past week OP Hoskln Crippled A clipping from the Denison Texas Herald convoys the infor mil tirm concerning the wreck on a MrIC T train on which G Post Hoskin formerly of place was conductor and wa thrown from his train cutting one of his hands off and bruising him up considerably The speaks in the highest terms o Mr Hoskin His numerous friends in this county greatly syuIpntlliie With him in his loss He is a son of Mr Win A Hos kips of this place Oil Notes The oil wells near Conway and Berea are each down to a depth of about 800 feet without oilor gas in quantities The owners willgo to a depth of 1000 feet at least before becoming discourage J uEb ed OF A eJ ins b1rliti been broughtiBthc Slaughter farm near Gl V which produces eight b s per hour of the fin est quofnumber oil The strike tvs outdo at a depth qf 275 to 800 feet said to be in shale overlying the Trenton limestone Numerous wells are under cdn tract in the 31nsgofteh1 rind great developments nIle looked for ot Bath county has brought inau other weirriear Jaglan said to be the best veFfound Time field is handicapped for want of mi oU- tlet for oil The oil produced here is from the Clinton rock m derlying the Devonair Black Shale and Cornifirus limestone and shale It is the finest grade of lubricatingoil Madison and Estill counties will in the near future be search ed by the drill and great expfec tations are based on the result Oil is confidently expected In great abundance Kentucky Register In Madison county last week William looting aflOyear61d boy wits given three years for+ bigamy oatoKerrs Perrectinn beitt3all i Hov s This j We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward foriinyease of Ciitwrrli that cunnotbe cured by HallV Catarrh CureJF J CHENEY co Props ToleHii O- We the undersigned hhva known FI Cheney for the lust 15 years aiiil believe him perfect Iy honoruble in ul business trnnft actions and finiinclally able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Wi T k ImAX Wholesale Druggist roledo O WAruINO- KINNAN d AlAiivin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75e per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Funnily Tills are the best MACHINE SHOP fJLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep JoStocIc Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 8j 5 8 and 12 horsepower The best known power for farmers and othersBpress on paper 1s printed ii driven by a Hagan Engine L T GHAS HAGAN rrfRESTAURANT MEALS flT A l HOURS Fresh Oysters and Fish A full line of Foreign and Domes tic Fruit80 Lemons Ba nanae Apples slidtc S J AITOERSON CLAY CITY KY r I t Yf r i iOU Aiiwjg e Our LtneOf4qs tH 0 CoatsS42 to tl 00 okintoltllIIS2 00 111000- Ladits Maekihtoslifoj 2 00 to 87 00 Mens Suit 5 007 50 and 810 00 14 Pants 100 and Ui to 6 O- BO8 Suits 1 25 to 5 lIo Dailies Clonks 5 00 U 75i 7 50 10 00 12 Cb Cajies B 85fOO ptirr- IVomehsShoes175ct0 M 3l Jf Fi Oeto2 bQr- Mittses c IY5cJo lJii I hits rens Shoes in great variety Rubber Shoes inalfStyles ahd at owestlricesy4Our ino of Go lIIti ttie delight of all w o S the newest weaves ihcliiditift BriiIC Pebble Cheviots JJ Iiasket Cloth H PremellH loth aiidhundsameSergeb and Hen r t ruttas Flhnels for waWc that for values their equal will be hard to ii Waists and SHIrts Fhi Silk Flannel FInn lett Calico minim Percale Whists Skirt from 81 50 to II 00 in Blacks Navys amid Grays v UnderWear I Our line of Underwear includes everything for nlen ivtinien i4and children tit the pricw l- Our Alillimrv JJepeurtmeiii is Brim Ftillwith aU till D pretty creations nf the MII1iu r 1torid Ve are tint isome MNbl liy listsiMeriV from 5J8 cents up Irma from 75yntH tip r iii the catt timid see lair mid our otMrse I c j PV The Whitest White Caket Y I y The Lightes Light Rolls tAi I And Flakiest Biscuit AIc Utt14 Vl1t i J1in Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour tTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed f 4 MANUFACTURED BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KY vft Sold by our Leading Merchants iJ4 t tM II COUirrNEYPuK8i J F 0dsnttia- s 1 CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK j t I 01 CLAY CITY KY A CAPITAL 50000 00 = j k VVe solicit yoiir business and aocitrd tn d popitors every accommodation P which their buHinens and renpmsibility warrant 051 ft ARE YOU DEAF ANYJ NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW I by our new Invention Only those born dtare incurable 1 HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY F A WZRMAN OF BALTIMORi8AY8t JBALTIUORB March jo wt ii i Gmtltmtn Uelng entirely eurfd of dtatnun thank to your treatment X wilt now give area a full htstory or cue to be at OU1 tllICTetlon I About fire year ago my right ear to alng and thl kept bn getting worseuntil t lest if t my hearing in tnU ear entirelY buof underwent a trcatmentfor for tbree months without nnYllatteSlcon8ulteda physicians among others the mot eminent enr of bl ho r only an o could help nu and even that only tciu rarlythattheheadnoisesweuld then cease but the hearing theaaected earwouldb l05tfor I then Miryour advertisement In a New York and ordered treat meat After I had used it only afew dapenannnngtoyour dlrectimu the noilles thank andItoda after five week my heorinjs In the ea ear rejtoreO I keartHr and beg to remain Very truly J MdP WERbAN73o S Broadway Buimore Out treatment does not interfere with your uswtl occupation ti4 Biamlnatlon and CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME IiTERNATID AURAL CLINIC 596 ALLE AYE CHUAH ILL i f Bluegrass Nurseries FALL loot i Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Franc Apjiara gii8 and everything for Oichard LavJiiand Garden Vfc soil direct at right prices to the planter ana have no ajients General Catalogue on application to- HFHILLE EYER LEXINGTON KY Perfection ifi a word thut cannnf be applied to runny but- yhin it is used to iilejitify Kerrs best flour it fxpiesses a truth J J M l n j and 1400 Ladles 125to tgIDtonsShi t tfii ti 1 Boss J Cloth find right Shirts HEAD CURABLE my began catllrrh r ceased nt s nendaal coat 1ILA ti BB WEST J vitu Simons Mum lo llwlllmakestation Freight equalized wih y Louisville and Cincinnati houses itIi I I it I i to Clay City Hotel i if t J H EATON Prop tt t Tabisuhplie1tith tl e etltlh t 1 i markertat1 d E erythiRitIt andelean iI1 tea lO0 pr daya+ 10 Jf 1 I Il 1J t I 111tlJ y j 414I II j I U rN I tt4HTHETiMES ai H AN AW HOMEMADE PAPER j CLAY CITY THURSDAY DEC 12 1901 t i hLOCAL BREVITIES 1 t Have you been vaccinated yet You should be tc r I Roy James Roberts of Camp l ton in town today Dr H M Winburn was over t from Spoutsprihg Tuesday I Attorney Jas W Lilly was u j Stanton visitor here Saturday M B Eubank of Indian Fields was here Friday on business r t Dont forget this office when you t used any kind of Job Printing A H Chamberlain vith theI Cincinnati Enquirer was in town Tuesday Wm Svope of Wades Mill was here several days titslast of I the week Kentucky sheriffs last Thursday f paid over 500000 into the State Treasury old livery stable in t- heJrearof Central Hotel is being torn away Born Vednesday Dec 11 to BascoinB Walters and wife an cY illbdaughter Geo B Chase of the Powell County News gave us a fraternal call Wedhsday morning Mr and Mrs Jos P Wright of Spoutspring are in town to day transacting business L C Wheeler of the drug firm r f Yiieeier Philips of Win Chester Ayas here Tuesday on bus iiiess Wyatt Insko Deputy Collector Internal Revenue Sevent District of Carlisle Ky is in the city today Roger Bryan who was report ed to have smallpox is in town today looking as hale and hearty as ever M Baily will erect a new I bnilding for his grist milltold w l also put up a new dwelling on the lot where his mill is now located t4- I a011 Z T Conne and FloydyIior I ton Clark county stock parsed thrQugh here today end route to the mountains in quart j ufcattle v Miss Minnie Curry of Bourbon I I county ivhohas been teaching s tlioolat Waltersville has clos ed her school and Returned tOj1 hir home J i J A Wallace and his mother Mre Lizzy Jane Wallace of Irvine visited tlie lattersjstater Mrs Win Mouhtz Satur day till Monday Track laying ipn tile Lexyigton Georgetown Electric Rai1Yay- Began i Friday a1tis tobecoiii pletedb Christmas when cars A will begin running t Geo W Wells a former rest this county but who for Ideiltpf two years has been liy q n 111 county j has moved t aback to his farm near this place y Miss Nora D Patterson of 4 Millersburg who flushed a suc r t cessful school term at Kfmbrells Chapel Estill county last week asthe guest of Mrs Burgher aSi Saturdayrt i tit+ i a 1 L Vi Ifr f iI iiII A 51 tlrr a t I I fj J iT Small PoxdnClay City slhal been predicted the smallpox has broken out at this place But one case and tha- is t in the extreme eastern end of town One of Dutch Crows children broke out last Saturday night Mart Ballard and Gus Ballard and family had the dis ease at Jackson and had moved into the house with Crow with above results The house where the case is is guarded night and day and no fears need be enter tained of it spreading from this house Of course the family where it broke out will have it The Local and City Board of Health thinks that it will more than likely be confined to this one family Dr Irvin is attend ing the case and reports his pa tient doingnicely James Fletcher who lives on Twin Preek in Breathitt county is the father of twenty two children the last two of whom are named respectively twentyone and twentytwo To Got Sid of a Troublesome lnrn First soak it in warm water to soften it then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing thehloodand apnly Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daily rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application A corn plaster should be worn for a few day to protect it from the shoe AA a general liniment for sprains bruises lnme ness and rheumatism Pain flalm is Unequaled For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Berry Howard one of the men indicted for crmplicity in the as sassination of Gov Goebel was arrested Sunday at his home in Bell county and brought toFrank fort Berry Howard is no relr tion to Jim Howard II T Mclntyre St Paul Minn who has been troubledwith a disordered Htomach says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything T have ever taken For sale by all patent medicine dealers 0 It W Garrett nn enterprising farmer was in town today and Jiejped tg replenish a depleted purse to the amount of one years subscription If everyone in our territory would do likewise the life of the CLAY CITY TIMES would beinsurcd Mr Garrett seen ih bBiSpeciallv interested in the papers success To Cold One Day Take Laxative BromoCiuinino Tab letBAU druggists refund the mor eyfy it fails to cure E W Groves sig1ntl1rtiR on each box 25c G 3i o Every poor man feels that he can give a rich man points on how to enjoy his money jj For your cloaks and capes go to Mrs J W Williams Cloy t C ty Ky The L N earnings for the fourth week in November increased 101193 f and the in crease from July 1st has been- 1227QO5f I 8tpf ht signature h ou every box of the genuiui Laxative BroipoQuifline Tablets be remedy tb t CMC s eM Ja on day State Treasurer Hager in a few days will send out the 40 per cent of the school per capita now due the teachers of country schools This is goofl news for the pedagogues The part of wisdom is often enacted in the divorce court j 1 a cse tent + e NItIRER TABLETS ITry them When youfeeld filer eating When you have ti petite When you have a JEJH taste in the mouth iWhen your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When vo feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels For sale by all patent medicine dealers A young man who knows how to lay off corn and potato rows hind to regulate the same so as to get the crops is worth a cow pen full of nice kidgloved fancy o vercoated fellows who know how to lead a fashionable waltz Setting a plow just right and ad justine the gears so that backs and shoulders of the horse will never hurt are worth a thousand fold more to the country than knowing how to pose in the parlor Yes a girl that can bake a loaf of bread and make a sweet roll of butters worth a whole seminary of those sofhand angels who sit in thei pahlali and let their mas do the kitchen work Exchange c A J Snell wanted to attend a 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 ton lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condition for the party I bought a bottle and take pleasure in stat ing that two doses cured nlo and enabled me to have a good time at the party Mr Snell is a resident of Summer lull Ji Y This rem edy is for saga by Morgan McKinneyAs Seen By Others The CLAvCiTYTniKS came to our table last week iJt is a contin uation Qf the SPOUT SPRING TIMES and is as bright and newsy qs ever Success to you Bro Burgh er Winchester Sentinel The SPOUTSPRING TIMES which was burned out about three months ago has Ibeen revived and is now published at Clay City under the name of TilE CLAY CITY TIMES Winchester Sun The first number of Clay Citys new paper TilE TIMES was issued by J E Burgher she having recently moved his office from Spoutsprlng Tire TIMES will do much toward keeping Clay Citys name prominent in the business world and we hope that Mr Burgher will fill his purse with dollars such as the average news paper man never dreamed of and achieve n marked success with his venture Powell County News COUGhs AND COLDS IK CHILDEEK Recommendation of aiWell Known Chica go Phyiiclan I use and prescribe Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost All obstinate constricted coughs with direct results I prescribe it to children of all ages Am glad to recommend it toall in need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial attHotionfl It is non narcotic and safe in the hands of the unprofessional A universal panacea for all mankind Mrs Mary R Melendy M D Ph D Chicago 111 This remedy is for sale by Morgan McKinney Occasionally a iiati like mule putslus best foo backward tih T I fIi j 4 a n n I L Follow the Procession T THE New York j w Racket Store KEPT BY A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY STANTON KY Who claim to he headqnarters for all kinds of merhandiso at tlieILowest Cash Prices that FirstClass goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 1 1 Cordova or Arbuokles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 200iPearlII 220 Superfine 180 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents As to Dry Goods Notiohs Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth ingwe defy all competition We buy our goods driect ftomXew York make the prices right allow you top prices for all kinds of producepay Cash for Railroad Ties So call and see how much money is saved in dealing with u- sYourp AIEEBARNETTSON Y Its Up to YouWhether you pay a high price for a mediumclass work or a t Medium Price for HighClass Work x If you want a HighClass Work at medium price go toy WEBB 1 Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and adjusted at reasona ble prices He 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 gmDJIlIlMain St opp Depot A Good Cough Cure From Gazette ToowoombaAetrl 1 find Chamberlains Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine I have been suffering from p se vere cough for the last two months and it has effected a cure I have great pleasure in recommending it W 0 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 Wocker This rerjiedy is sold by Morgan McKinney Danvilles City tax rate for the present year will be 70 cents on the 100 This low rate prevails without saloon to contribute its share towards the burden and while the city js paving in terest on 100000 for sewer and waterworks system G t P Stops the Cough and works off the Cold Lakative Bromo Quinene Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure nopay Price 25 cents Accused of Killing the Son A report from Campton con veys the following information Oflicersare searching for Broad horn Bill Taulbee who is charged with having killed his son Andy Taulbee near Lee City At first it was supposed that the man had fallen from the fence and broken his neck but his little son said Brpadhorn Billmur dered his father with a club and a warrant was sworn out TheClay City LumberStave Co contemplates opening n Livery and Feed stable Jon I 1902 They have Just completed new barn I Men have been known to loose on dead sure things J t 6tZ Uncle Sams MailServicerequires 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 develop in severe form Such was the case of Mail Carrcr S F Swemhart of Huntsville Ala he says An attack of left me with muscular rheumatismbheadache and pains that me 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Always standready to do your bet Dont crumble and spend your time proph esying failure but help every en terprise to success Every man owes something to the community fur his success be it great or small Be energetic be enterprising and your example will be followed Ext With Bare Hands Bob Brown Of Fox Hollow is a woodman who gets much game yet he uses neither gun nor knife nor any other weapon except occasionally u club or stone lie has n record of choking bears to death and even a wild cat is a mong his trophies that he bagged in that way His manner of hunt ing bears is to trail one to its feed ing ground get to the windward of it cre p stealthily upon ftand when near enough throw a horse blanket or sometimes his coat over its headWhile the bear is blinded and its foropivs entangled in it Brown Jumps in finds tho bears windpipe with his right hand clutched it with a grip liken vise and actually chokes the Lear to death At least he has succeeded in killing two in i this OnewOf them weighed over 200pound8JHJjlpne was a 110 pounder W The wild cut that Brown choked to death leaped at him from a hollow stump where she hud kittens concealed Brown who is a pow erful man seized her by the throat while she was still In the air and held her at arms length until she was dead witllTher hind legsdrawn- clear up to her breast He killed wijd cut once with a- ing Jo blowofrhls4st crushing the- Y ir zanimals fkul- Ihillkd edpsefor partridge nf they are cupuby the niitivesj will tree when flash llf they hear thi barking of a dog Jirbwn huntp partridges by iniitudngthe bark bl a whiffet when fife birds rise When they treibe bungs then down with stones VttfcS lIe is saidtn be aide also to iii kill a runhinjr rabbit by stone thjrotieingNewt Yil Sunri zt Rev Irl Hicks Not Dead j PJNothwithhtaudinga vjdely cur rent rumor that the Rev Irl H flicks wasTdead fie never was iii better health aiMneverdida shard or and noire suJcessfiill years work than that just cleisiiig lie has just 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