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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rqJBE t cLAY CITY TIMEv I lWI tc f it 0 II I J lilt 50 Cents a Year In Ad sacVieare hero to help Clay City the SuringcouDlry ani Ourselves JB Burgher Jr IV I aYOTj J3 r hCLAY CITY KY TIIURSY DECEMBER 19 1901 NO 3D Io I All things may coniesW a r To those who wait But when Theyre tofdntc y ToOur Jellnquent5 You alt Barb aivare that we hays Bustftined heavy loss by fire with no Insurance and no recourse buts our old accounts We gent each r and every orio who owed us for oeyearVMmoreBuWcriptioaari isey Appeal to llIyuptbhtwe might resume bueines as so nnsposBib- itf1 Zt At that time we ihnd out 835u e tnn subscription alone and of this amount we have collectednearly roneroigluh W know you tan spay r dtllis snuill amount and iasyou have placed its to such inconvenience we hayodecidedto place euohand every account Jri the hands ofa publishers collection agency that is not paid up In ten days We very numb dislike to have to 1o thabut we Jui1e to raise some money and this seems to be our lufit resort Ifjou want to hold your reputation and credit you hail t betterse4dln the small amount you owe Setjd by check nioney order registered letter or twocent stomps jf the sum is Jess than one dollar A man must fail atleast once n to learn ltorwsto succeed r tr n 1 Rer IONAL OAngs iB LiTTUEPAOE MP AND8URDEONvOLAY CITY KY r UrC B DICKSO- NDENTIST CLAY crrx KY I Bdaota FOR A- Situation BoekKecptaBastaess PHONOGRAPHY TpWritlflg Telegraj a jMm WILBUR B SMITH LEXINCTONKY Vor clrcnlar of bla fsmoua and rtiponilbla COMMERCIAL GOI1E6E OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded JKedal nt World ExiMMltlon- Ktttn thnuendeot pradaatei tvxtof Fall RU DOM Coane InclndtngTal tlan Uooki tad Board ta fimllr about fJO ShotttiandType +WritiDg and TdgraPhpBpacialti es- awirdhedaraduatesULitrrsrtyConiestreeitdeld Nor atlmt Enter now I In order Sofa vow hUtnreaek w address oaly WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky w KoU KntHlv Vnltmau recto rce tmooo oad M lrlil 1000 tlxdnU in tUadn lau pew eoocQid u sModern Printing 4 Which we do at Modern Prices o Has in indiviluulity About it that cQinniaiids Attontipii Ir LtsTalkit Over JOn that nextordqr of J feinting you need a I Wo cfn iiiulco jt Beilcfta8al to ynHIairy us once I 1- J r Jinatftif II SpoutspringKy I I 1 wiA R t111aiAwQw1wwwwww s i t J 4 1t y k t y 11 i rdm a 1J i a Married By Wire Miss Maude Wilcutt stood in the telegraph office at Bowling Green Jiy Saturday ight and became thb bride of Dr J W Simmohp of Peaster Texas Jliey were married by wire Tile questions were asked from the Texas end by a justice of the peace and were answered by Miss Wilcu tc Miss Wilcutt Rt present Is teaching school in Butler county She and Dr Sim mons recently met while travel ingTIle operator and newspa peracquaintances were the Bowl ing Green witnesses to the mar riage Mrs Simmons will leave next week for Texas to join her husband The annual report shows the daily average of prisoners in the Frankfort penitentiary to have been 1285 JJefFerson led all oth er counties in number pf prison er sent up during the year hay ing sent up during the year 260 Ja ette county carne next with 1J9 Madison is third with 85 A uniqo feature is that Kenton and Campbell counties with a population ranking up next to these sends only a few convicts each year whichraay bo accont ed for by thcfacttlxat Criminals idthospopmjiities goto Cincinnati to flOitJ rkrand J f BriejntIi fJ ttl 1 c laP the State Parole Board seem Jto have worked oV rtil1eonly thirysovet pnrdona and thirty eight paroles being recorded dur ing the twelves months past VhNTEDSeveral persons of clinrnc tcr and good reputation in each state one in this county required to repre sent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Sala ry 18 00 weekly with expenses addi tional all payable in cash each Wednes day direct from head ofliccs Horse nod currlageti furnished whon necessary References Enclose selfaddressed stumped envelope Manager 810 Cax ton Building Chicago The carpet house of Lowry sulferedalossLby Goobol a brother of the late Gov Goubol told is reported that ma ny of his private papers bearing on his brothers murder Were con sum thereby making the loss puo of public onncorn l pur cough mixture Bqstin the world jJBcents for 4oz B LU tlepage Son The Gynthiana Doniocratsays Everything passedoirquetly at Lexington Sunday A woman was saverply cut a nmii bejt his Avife a step ttaughtor knocks- her step iithpr In the head with a loaded cnne nogrb woniqn ha a fuel with knives a negro 1 Wjia ltrrestctlfor carrying con cealQd weappus nud threatpning the if6 pf a woman Bi1tthous teal nitirdor pt siiimtle was miss lug Kite town seemctd v6ry lull You ahqlud see thpse npbby 1ffltttH i Villiam tf t I Olnyqtt I Iyr- 1 i gA t t a t 1 Ii C 1 y1 i IIi t e ji F a i h 3R o- t- fi j Stanford citizens have organ izedn company to tflffor oil in the townlimit s At ago in boring foryratcrlulfveih was struck g ignightet burned at a liigh al tide for several days jii it A minister one Sjijhday even lug was preacliing fo a sleepy congregation to y149 them up ho said BrethrMi wake upt You really ml know that your minister is Bleaching tc you this evening wiEa only half a shirt fouls bacf fe and they woke up Tti the f9 awing tiveelc he had several pi1s sent to hiin containing ucW miirts the the seitders hopirig i would ex cuse the libcr j fiiWiwera taking- in sending them t rm Sever al ladies more aim IS thaaoth ers called on ainnister and expressed i V at his being poor theixslrrJtends dont you know half was in front es blushedi sUllIed and turneday A Remark tliBjMecord Harrison Svt hgqrtho venera blepr otorof2 ugoSprings wlwn JIivotctlfre ellt olec tion this makes 00 times thru have voted at this one precin Ho isnow 7yearsof this shows he lii very melee atDtqu L a dose of medcine land jiev QiHoBta day f k ssOnfJ- ythe other day h wa seenfeed ing his cattle Ilnol1mostany day may be seen f oing toorfrom- Hnzel Green on lmrsoback In deed ho is as active in mounting and dismounting many men not half his age i V BuhrBu- ttermilk as nlromedial agent cannot be praisedtoo highly The lactic acid the sour of the buttermilk attacks and dissolves every sort of earthy deposit in the blood vessels Thus it keeps the veins and arteries so supple and free running th re can be no clogging lip hence no depos it of irrigating qalcerpus matter around the joints nor of poison ous waste tit mufccle8 A quart a day should be the minimum Lexington Eastern Rp Effective OcloUr 204Qir- tsTDoDNnTo2x yNo4D- ally ex Sun DpUye Sun Stations PMAMLvL- cxIngton 210i 740 Winchester 205 833 I LJunctlon 3Q7 837 Clny eity 40 k 018 I l Stnnton 301 023 S Natural Bridge 420 054 1 Tprrent y 4810Q8 102Od3 I O dDailyeiiSun Daily eliSun Stations PM VMto ty lOO2bjleaityvillQtune 210 7 20 U rr ntv 330 744 8i01tII Clay Clty 383 Qth7 titiE Junqtion403 010 yingltestet 4t5 oga ArLexinton oJiIJIj 10 W RR Koss Scor- raGegi8nfger Oen1Pass Ag i 1rtt tV uIR Il +i i 1it 0 Ii Jikd irItyy- sr r10 11 m Av 1 tc 1- rnjjj tl u If any one alas a creaky joint or a swolen and aching one he should drink all the buttermilk he can relish but it should be fresh churned and wholesome The Smallest Family There is probably no family of people in Trigg county who ale as small as the family of J H Bridges of Maple Grove says the Cadiz Record There are seven members of the family father mother and five children and the total weight of all is only 462 pounds The oldest childa boyof 16 weighs only C2 pounds To Drill for Oil A local company leased nearly all the land around the Oil Springs but a Lexington compa ny leased Dock Eubaiiks land a part of the old Eastin farm and some other land Wednesday a derrick and other tools for drill ing were sent up the road and work will begin at once on the farm of Mrs Gay near the West Bend Orossing It is to be hoped that oil will be found in pay ing quantities Winchester Democrat Take your butter and eggs to Mrs JW Williams Clay City Ky Most people give advice freely because it doesnt cost them any thing The Schley Court of Inquiry has found Rear Admiral Winfleld S Schley culpaple in eleven out of the twelve charges contain ed in the precept Admiral Dewey however liissents and finds strongly in Scleys favor Many a man who tries to bo n rascal finds he is only capable of being a fool Closing Out at Cost To close out everything in Hens Clothing and Hats we will putXVn sale at once our entire stocu 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 committee from the djstill ers of the State are requesting the State Board which put a tax of 10 on the barrel of whisky Ito reduce it to 8 ruiru Jorbide Farm of 50 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 a bargain J W Twos Clay City Ky An Irishman says there is no blessing like health especially when you are sick The TIMES for the news Ji tl3 hr V I I raymtYY1fov To Whom it May Concern I LOOK O- UTGhrisfmas is doming We 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 people Ho will spend the last week of November in time City selecting Xmas goods only andwecordlal 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 6c and lOc Counter We havent the space to mention the many article we will show you so como and see for your selvesWe will double our force during holidays and will take pleasure in showing you through the Stock Remember our General Stock of Merchandiseisiargr andr betterse Iccted this season than ever before We can supply your wants because we keep what time 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 I pIaveICo tJetAYCITAY KWI 9 7 ViVt r V- tf 3 i 1 1 r 4t- 4e I U L1 f rii r t u t 1 5 y v d THETIMBS PUrUSB ED EVERY THCU8DAT t J B Burgher Jr Publisher Sphcrijtion Rates SO Cents per year in ad X V rancefdlherjYise 75 Cents Application rondo for entry In the Clay pity Ky postofilce at secondclass rates Clay City Ky Thursday Dec jO CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our sub Fcribers we have arranged cluh rates with the following papers at prices below Mentioned The TIKES and CouricrJol1 naliOOCincinnati Enquirer 100 J Louisville Commercial 751 U Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCE51ENTS CIIIOUIT LERK Ve are Authorized to announce Mr w T STRIXQKK of Clay City as n con didate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of tho Democratic party A law that should be kept in mind by all who have building done says an exchange is the mechanics lion law By this law a workman or person who fur nishes the material for a house may file n lien for the value of his labor or material any time within six months A great ma ny people are ignorant of this law and when the house js finish ed they tho contractor with auticnoving whether helms paid thentFrankfort Tuesday after the first Monday in January will be u remarkable body in one respect at least More than 50 per cent of its members will be men who served in the lust Legislature while 75 per cent will be men vho have served in one branch or the other at some previous time Oapt 0 0 Oalhoun of Lexing ton has gone to Washington by order of Governor Beckham for the purposo of ascertaining the status of war account between Kentucky and the Federal Qov ernment has discovered that 01770102 is duo this State as interest on money expended in supplying troOps forutho Union during the Civil war Prohibition does not prohibit hrMaine Some liquor officials Imade a search of the Hotel Tin pIe at Portland lust week and after u two hours search fount an ingenious hidingplaco in the ladies toiletroom on the third floor Touching a secret spring a section of sheaihing opened and r revealed a lecoptacalewithintlio- wall containing a case of chum pagne some whisky and beer The high priest of the Temple was promptly run in In Congress Kentucky for first time in many years mus- takoa back seat and play an unimportant and insignificant part 7 in constructing legislation With Repf of grilling committees This G rnnrUO Id Opmrnon wealthBQQms t Jlavo lust her grip in Wash r ington jdjutant Qonoral Murray has submittcdnis report on itheState I V r 1- k 1 w t rJJ Jy 1 I militia to Gov Beckham Be recominends among other things that the State appropriation bo increased from 7000 to 27000 annually and that some provis ion be made for preserving the records of the Kentucky Confed ers to soldiers If the life of the President can bo further protected and saved by the introduction of bills in Congress to that effect itcertain- ly will not be endangered Al ready twentythree bills of that nature have been offered in the louse and Senate SPOUTSPRING Born toSimpspnOlem and wife December 11 a daughter J F McKinney has bijenathis farm in Clark county for the past weekJ Or6w lias been in Madison county for several days on business Green Larison of Hardwicks Creek was hero last Monday the guest of Gus Clem Thomas Olem was in Montgom cry county the first of the week trio guest of Ellis Crow Mrs Ray McKinney of Wal tersville is visiting her mother Mrs P 0 Pryor at Fox Allen Orsborne was in Clark county last week looking for the purchase of a farm in that county Dr Cecil Young came over from Olympia Bath county last Saturday on a professional trip Dave White of Walterayiilo was herolastMonday Hew- ihIn 410 o t It OTO1311R Il OdorrrAtr fYo Poor Bill By chance we obtained posses sion of the fallowing letter written by youngman in Texas toms father in Tennessee The young mans name isoh well well call it Bill Singleton for convenience Hero is the letter Dear Pa I am away out here in Texas a doiu no good at all 1 wanted to look after some rich fellers business for40 a month but ho was not needing of my services I got a job of plowing at 15 a month I worked all year for a hoss The hoss is dead now He had on new shoes when he died I took them oft and have them yit Say Pa yon ought to come out hero and run foroffice Some awful mean men git office herd This is no slow country like ours They are all up on the hills here The women is purty and can shoot a gun like a man I dont know what Ill do I hate to walk home and wont if you will send me 20 My hoss I worked all summer fqr is dead So no more at present BillSin gfetoiiTans JJesquiter Sams Sayings It is with pleasure we welcome the iTiMKS into our hoine again after an absence of three months 0 P Mcjntosh has moved to DrytNewton Tuttle of this = place is visiting jolatives at Paiiola this week Oscar Bowman has moved on 33 Alcorns farm near the mouth o fUalowayscrookA Jr of Witt Springs has moved to Irvine to make his future home Hoary the little son of Dig r rrt riyr A- i t X nndrsjJyilcx has Veen velysckwithifevcr for several days Deputy SheHftO F Master I I returned home Thursday from district EarnestjVtho little son of Wr and Mrs 0 Witt of Shut- ill is very sick with fever at this writing J W Smith of Mertofeo county has bou glit of DN Witt the D 0 AdihTSfarm On Caloways Creek Preo4000O Pleas Witbiiaa rented his farm On Colowayfa Creek to H B WiscmanJrnndwHl move to Ford the firs of February Nathan Lackcey son of Dillard LllcleyofYJlite Oak who has been out Wet for several years is vibiting hi fathers familv At the recent session of Circuit Court at Irvine grand jury returned tyentynine indict ments In tlle Forks district for selling h eyaud carrying con coaled weapons so now Mr Sheriff hump yVtmelf MIKE Kerrs Perlection itbeatrf nil In most arguments noise counts for more tliw brains JWe This We offer C ne Hundred Dollars ttReword for i ay case of Catarrh drat cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F J HENEYtCO Props Toledo a 1 We lgnedt have known F Jr Cheney for tbellist- 1li yearB and litilieve him perfectly honorable tijVjl business trans acttfns nmi 13natwlilly l- cllrryouta j rK U stWEST 1Rtt xdWhhh ct Druggist T 11OWALDl KiNKAN do fil kiiyiN Druggist tplc loO Hulls Cata rn cure dig taken Internally aoin directly upon the blood and 1 nicou surfaces of the system Pri e75o per bottle Sold all dripTilts Testimonials free HallsFu lUyIHhfuru the best j t SHOPt ALL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep II StocK St amFittings Belting Nose and Electrical Supplies WEAtO BUILD I I Gas liJBngines In 3 5 8 aod3 2 horse power Tho bent known andethers Tbe prenon which thil U printed ll driven b1Ja Engine L T v CHAS HAGAR WIKCXB5TEB K- YRESTAURANT MEALS flT ALJiOCRS c FreshOYS1fSUd Fish A Pomes tic Frult8 Ornge8 Lemons Bananas Apples t lc- rS Jj ANDERSON t GLAY CITY fft r- a I J 1tti 14 5 pf 1 You Jfeito See r 1 I OfOMaekintofhes 2 00 to 85 00 J Vs1 BJatkfntoplica4 Opto87 00 1iens 6 fJO 7 50 and Slrt OQ 1 H Pants J 00 and up to 5 CO 500l 12 SOW aiOp Ladies Capes l 2oftb8 00 Mens Shoes 85e ito 4 00 a pair Womens Shoes7Gcto I lion Boys i S0c fo26 l liS8lS75ot10176 Childrens Shoes in great variety RubberShoasin all Styles u and at lowest pris Our Lino of Dress Goods is the delight of ttii who see it All r the newest weaves inclndhlg Broad Cloths Pebble CheviotJIBasket Cloth Premella Cloth nndh ndtomeSrgeHnndn n riijMas Flnnels for waists that for values their eqitRl1vHlbe t hard to find Waists and SkirtssSilk Flannel Flannelette Calico and Penale WuisticSskirtti from 81 50 to 80 00 in Blacks Niwye arid Grays vi f vT Underweara Out line of tndenvearinoludes everything for Jch jworaen and children at the light prices r hllpr + some Hobby Hats Shirts from 38 cents up Hats from 75 cents Up sV 2 I I prisesNipsicy The Whitest White Cake The Ligtites Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit i i t- Aro Mn lo When You UNO + Pearl and Bakers Pride Flnur take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KYfSol Fby our Leading Merchants 34i J M I COURTNEY EsxDEN1 F COXCnsntril i rxwJhl a C rti CLAY CITY KY CAHTAL 50000 00 Wo solicit your business and accord to depositors every accommodation- wJicb their business and respllnsibilitywnrruntO31 Wanted 75000 Pieces of Fur 1I TTrppers Dealers in FURS IRemember that I am still in the market and this season better than ever prepared to pay you full value for All Kinds of Fur Skirts Those wio hays sold to mo in the past will testify thkmy ifnir I assortment and prompt payment Dont be deceived by liijiBf quotedciroulars W R OASSIDY Clay City Ky 1 ARE YOU DEAF AHEAD NOISES ALL CASES OP DEAFNESS OR HEARING ARE IOW CURABLE by our new invention 9nlythosebomYdeaflareiuCW8ble HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY FA WERMA BALTIMORE SAYS t 3oredrGenfamenBring jrpn te Iull ray cnseto be used atyour y- sAtOtItiv year right ear began t6 lag end this ktpton gettlnffworaeunUl I W ar feearentire i berofphylclansdamongmelint 0 p could me And C IIIthltton tMeCifltolit MUf thohearlng Inthcafle r rouldbe laM 1oreverCIbll your advertisement ate oily In aNewYork pa and iOrd r trt Irtent Alte r had 01 tlolltlthtllOlceaHCIand today after fivcwccki myhrlnrO cived rarhai been entirely rettored I Uiaak you- i 1IeII1t and beg to remain Ye your k RMAN y SBrodway Battlabrf bid twWMt tZeise hot o wiitk w1rw1 l ecoupftAen aaklaJMrieeJrcc VOUC111ftliftryOUISE IIDMEc AURAL CUNIC 696 LA f iIJIIIIIIII A = 7 r LIP Il iYjf l f y v L r Ay i 4 THE u V TIMES t u1N AIT llf11I ItiA1jE PAPER I tili CLAY CITY niURSDAY DEC 19 1901 F LOOAL BREVITIES M JutnesBloamentto Lexiiig tonyestorday rr C Billy Boxven of kwon vas in town yesterday Terri proctor carne up from t t liexingtbn yesterday Som fire enjoying nn occasion al sleigh ride since tha snow Sh riff Thos B Ware was ob served on the street Monday Dont foriget otlieevheoou need any kind of Job Printing Mrs Dr Littlepago was shop pingiu Winchester yesterday q The boys are now happy the K ice is thick enough to skate on r8 tCliristmas day not Wednes dftv Look nut for Snta Claiis e- Supt ofScllOolsFrnnk P Tra cy was down fromStanton Tues day F J ByiAton has f purchased ii newpiftno and got sane in to day i Mrs John W Elkin is visiting relatives in Estill county this+ week Buy your goons from the mer chants who advertise in the ilJIKS r J B Adams was n business visitor hero Tuesday from Lox t- ti MVgton w s ut bhar- i woe are ayR sp Mr Baker arid daughter fit 0 Iiiopare hero visiting the family of E N Wilson Qurcoal dealers liave enjoyed a a lively business since the begin rung of the cold snap The East Tennessee Telephone Company is trying to establish an exchange in Mt Sterling t With the drop to zero SatUr day night a light snow fell which r lies since covered the ground Leases on twelve thousand a xires of land in Estillcouiity have been secured inlhe last few days The planing mill stave bucker and handle factory did not start ty up Monday on account the ex= cessive cold weather The Sundayschbol at this place j3 preparing give a granfl en r tertainment at the Methodist DhiircH Christmns night Jas B Hall returned Friday from Now York Boston dndoth er extern cities inhere liohatibeetc- tri 41ft interest of his stavo bnsi ness iTie smallppx scare gins about sllbs i cdBlit one case so far c ttndifc lSOlfn fiiirWny tp recov crY It is still confined toono house D 11 Wasting monument con actor WHB loret Fndav looking t ttpihuatneseohisttveolllittltP a ISpoutspring 1V RJJifS1 thygicirelilibl- efurdealorhastinadtiittliinissao Yeu Ando iip better thah to Imhgor sliiif yipufurskiustohim lt- l ienydu have any to sell s yIIS-i Vf1iifi+ rt 1 vi afr J 1 iL tJ 7 8 y i 1 I S MMaphshas just rpceivqc LexingtonAsyhiti his son Qeorge W Maple An railroad lino from Huntsville 4Ja to Leitchfield Kyis said to bo proposed by rt Syndicate witlua capital of 7 000000 The warm weather on Fri nyI was followed by rain that night and on Saturday thrcwnsnsud den drop in temperatub to the zero mark and it has continued very cold since The failure of n Keiitiician to secure a place on the Rivers and Harbora Committee will work to the disadvantage of the State in theway of appropriations for river improvements in Kentucky In the proper place will be fund the announcement of Mr W T Stringer for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of course subject to tie action of the Democratic party Mr Stringer is de serving and qualified to fill the office and stands a good showing to win To Get Rid of a Tronblesotoe corn Iirrt soak it in warm water to soften ittIhenpare tdwDls closely as possible without drawing the blood and apnly Ch m erlains Pain Balm twice daily Drubbing vig orously for five minutes at each ap plication Acorn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprain bruises lame ness and rheumatism Pflin Balm is unequaled For sale by oil deal ere in patent medicine the1SPOUTS er1theisJ1n old ban e the siicc tfieTiMBS lA 119 edIrvine ender IL T Mclnt re Si Paul Minn who bus been troubled with u ells ordered stomach says Chamber laine Stomnuh and Livec Tablets dome more good than anything 1 have overtaken ItFor sale by all patent medicine dealers IT Jackson and Ed Wi1ltOf1 Harrodsburg arrived day to spend this week nndChrist nias with old friends and rela tives in this section Mr Jack son is till a typographer in the Harrqdsburg Democrat Oflice To Care a Cold la Ono Day Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund tho mon ey if it faila to cure E W groves signature in on each box 25c la9 Died at her residence in title town last Saturday morning Mrs Pop Holman wife of John Holman of consumption She has lingered at a low stage for severalmontlis past Sho leaves a husband and two SOliSI rKoryour cloaks andCapes go to Mrs J W Williams r Clay City Ky J J Curry and family leave i this morning for Oharlestown W Va wlieitf they will reside in the future We sincerely re gretthGloys of such estimable citizens aa Mr atul Mrs Curry ink soft Edgar j 1fib111 fllffnaturo Ron every boi of the gehuluv IIUMI n e 1bI JhtfM7 Some people are prepared for- itnyetnorgotapyoxcopt twins Ih ljt co r b viII r f or Y1- r 4 e L i7 Ly4 r a- wfJ r 2 itj g v 4 TIlE TIMES winch burned out agoisI City We trust its excellent ed itor will meet wifh the success he so richly deserterSharps- burg World V WuTEpSeVer pfirgons of character and good reputation fit eridi state tone In this county red to ropre sentnldestabllglied wealthy business house of solid ilhnhcjal standing Sala rY18 00 weekly Zwltli expenses addi tional nIt payable In cash each Wednes day direct from head oftlfics Iidrs and lllTlnges furnished I hen necessni9 References EncloeJ selfaddressed stamped envelope Manager 810Caxr ton Building Chlc g Perfection is ft HOri1 that cannot be applied to tAnqc rodncts but when it Is used to identify Kerrs best flour it exprec s n truth ft ifBurglars bl w n the safe of the bank at Sturgif nnd secured 8000 all the moi y in the safe except one ten dollar gold piece i t AfSnellivhntttl to attend u party but was afraid to do so on account of JBlhir his stomach which 1m was af i would grow worse He say8ljva8 telling my troubles to a adyJiend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemedyjwill put you in condition j I bought H bottle and takasure in stat lug that two dosesrtured me stud enabledme to hoye a good time at the party MrlYSMli is a resident of Summer TIillY This rem edy is for by Morgan McKinney 1rrt r IWe add to our xchango list the iWisIll Globjg and note that John TGriffith T rmerly of tHis place JBpubHshRt Mr Griffith was connected TO tilttll Clay City ironelo durhh re oJn days- lfie s 1 jI I liudid of thji Chronicle ft very readable pap But one objection can bo Kund to his pa per and that is it pplitics Itis a Republicanisheoty i COLDSCOTIOht CHILDREN Rtcomlllendat ou of a Well Known Chica go PhyncUn I use and prescribe Chamber gains Cough Renfeby for almost Nil obstinate constricted coughs with direct results I prescribe it to children of all nges Am glad to recommend it to all in need and seeking relief from colds and coughs anti bronchial afilictiunp It is non narcotic and siifo = in the hands of the tinprofeseinnal A universal panacea for vail mankindMrs Mary lOlelendy D Ph Chicago 1111 This ttrentedy is for sale by Morgan MpKjnney In this issue appears the ad vertisement of Smiths Commer cial College ofKentucky Univer city of Lexingtbh There is no better bUsiness school titan this and every young man whether he be farmer meclianic merchant or otherwiselnecds a busi ness education CHAMBEHlAINS BTOMAcH AND LIVED TABLETS Try them When you feel dull after eating When youhave no appetite When you tiara a bad taste in the mouth iVi ftorpldTV consti pated When yon have n 1ieadacho When you feel bilious They toili iniprovpyouffrfapretite cleanse and inyigorfiitetyour stom achland regulate Jjpifrjjivqr and P1tcntmet J j S a rJJJ Nk i 1 M- Gt IOJ fJI 1h 4pt F ll Wthe Procession- T f I T1 I I- yew I Yorky g Racket Store KEPT BY A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY STANTON KY Who claim to be headquarters for all kinds of merhandiso at the Lowest Cash Prices that First Clts goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 200 j Pearli 220ihSuperfjne Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents As to Dry Goods Notiojis Hats Caps Hoots Shoes and Cloth ingwedefy nil competition Wo buy our goods driect from New York make the prices right allow you top prices for rill kinds of produce pay Cash for Railroad Tics So call andsee how much money is saved in dealing with us Your AI Ev BARNETT SON i r n r7 f rrfl n 01 ijT Its Wp to YouWhether you paya high price for a mediumclass work or a Medium Price for HighClass Work If you want a HighClass Work at medium price go to WEBB Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and rid justed at rcaruna ble prices Ho is headquarters for tho Mail Order BusinessF- or anything you want especially Watches and Jewelry Wlieh you want to buy anything consult WEBB ho will tell you what you ought to pay for it whether you deal with him or not 1J T Jl =Dm Main St opp Depot A Good Congi Cure From GazetteToowoombnAstrl 1 find Chamberlains Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine I havebeen suffering from a se vere cough for the last two months and it has effected a cure I hove great pleasure in recommending it W 0 AVocker 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 tho remedy and bo benefited as Mr Wooden This remedy is sold by Morgan McKinney NOTICE J have recently purchased the so da fountain and business in goner al of C F Curry and when tho season opens will be ready to sup ply the people with the usual refreshments JGEaster L a t A a i o J a u c Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative HroinoQuineno Tablets r cure a cold in one day No cure ijopay Price 25 cents E 0 Amos released three carrier 1 pigeon at Mt Sterling which had been expressed to him from Cincinnati and they returned to their cote in the queen city a distance of over 100 miles in 1 hour nhd 37 minutes Tio agovery much worked up over a disease among the cattle about Falmouth The cattle are attacked suddenly with all symptoms of poisoning and only live a few hours One large raiser near town had his herd nearly wiped out by tho disease ThcCluy City LumberStave Co contemplates opening Livery and Feed stable Jnnl 1903 They have just completed now barnd j s t J 4- d Y I r PostmasterPalmer of So Glen Falls N Y desIcribes a condition which t ous ands of men and women find identical with theirs Read what he says andnote the similarity of your own case Write to him enclosing stamped ad dressed envel fob reply L D Palmerope get a per sonal corroboration of what is here given He says regarding Dr Miles Heart CureI suffered agonizing In the left breast and between my shoulders from heart trouble heart would tate Hotter then skip beats untilpI could no longer lie In bed NI htafter night I walked the floor for to lie downk would have meant sudden death My condition seemed almost hopeless when I taking Dr Miles Heart Cure but it helped me from the first Later I took Dr Miles Nervine with the i Heart Cure and the effect was aston fishing earnestly implore similar suf ferers to give these remedies a trial Sold by all Druggists on guarantee Dr Mites Medical Co Elkhart Ind SendmodellysketccthorDphotofor BOOK ON EBWStt CASNWCt G7f 1 rule Winchestei Bank COHHORATEn NH1VrruERsPooll Pr- esWinchester C K Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030v- Ve solicit the account of indi vid aals firms nod corporations ft42 The Rest- PAPERPvbllshed in the TJnitedStntesforDem ocrntsandn11 renders is the TwiceaWeek CourierJournaLiThe equal of many dailies nnd the su perior of nil other semiweeklies or weeklies IssuedWcdnesdny and Siitur dny JII4copies a year and you get it i for only 100 a year The Wednesday issue is devoted to news mutters the Saturday issue to Roma matters A liberal commission to agents Sample copies cheerfully f sent frew to nskfor tlnyn Write to COURIERJOURNALCO LOUISVILLE KY 1 By Special ArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES And th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournal Uoth one Year for Only I Ore DollarThis is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this com liu tion pfier must be sent throuilitlliso- iIIce t c AN EARLY THOUGHT FOR TIlE SUMMER COTTAGE It Is not too early tit turn ones thoughts to the furnishings of the SuninitT home tspecliilly ifitis proposed to decorate it with artistic needlework The January DE LINKATOU offers suggestions thnt niuy ho developed by indivicluul in geiiuiiy until every available Sieve of furniture about the place is reJu- venated The desiens ureshown in colors und black antiwhite and the stitches and materials described in detail Se Frozen to Death Saturday night two or three no groes from the country came to town got drunk und at n late hour stnrtid for home out the Colby pike One of them Ed Wesley or Black Annie as he was yen orally known agednboit twenty years WOK overcome by tho com bined effect of cold and whisky and the next morning was found frozen to death near the residence olSI Hodgkin Coroner Wills held an Inquest without a jury find returned a verdict in accordance with the facts Vinchentcr Pent 01 rut Get the Almanac that Predicted the Galveston Storm LIw Lading Uirthdiy Almana- for 1003 is being distributed in our city this week This publication achieved great prominence in Sep tember hy its accurate prediction of the Galveston storm The New York Titnes Sept 3 3th said Galvestons disastrous storm Wits predicted with startling accuracy by the weather prophet Andrew Jackson DuVofr in the Ladies Birthday Almanac issued in Chat ttJanilur H It isiso anreiet1tlfroJnJ1h or nary cheappotent initlicino almanac that it has become very popular itnd now has a circulation of IB 100000 unities annulilly Our readers who have not received a copy of the 1902 edition can get It front their merchant or by sending their address to the Ladies Birth day Almanac Chattanooga Tenu Sensible old Hill Aryl of Georgia condemns the higher education of the negro He thinks the race needs moral training more titan book learning lie says All this maudlin philanthropy has come from the Idea that our negroes were savages until freedom came when the truth is they were better fed and clothed and housed and fur happier than the poor of the north ern stilted THE NEW S13IRTS Formfitting skirts tire evidently not u fancy of the moment but have come to stay The upper portion fits without II wrinkle and Iii drawn back by elastic straps while the flounce at the bottom flares very noticeably The making of these formfitting or serpentine skirts is described in detail in the January DELINEATOR by Mrs A L Gor- man u number of illustrations being given of the different steps in the work JlepreRentntiveGibponofTennes see has introduced bill for the relief of the tobacco growers providing that it shall he lawful for any farmer to Bell tobacco in the hand or in the leaf or hand twint ed or hand pressed of his own raising without olituinin any Ii- tense therefor or complying with any other of the luwa and regula tions in reference to h8aleor manufacture of tobacco r Aden husband and a blind wife make a happy couple x y- we l IC i I J f t f Chicago today isra city of nearly 2000000 Inhabitants Do you know what these figures mean They mean thief ilthih the barders of the ntanlelpolltyttrt more peo ple than Tivo hi either thq state of Georgia or Minnesota or Now JerV Soror Virgi uiuror Wisconsin Tli y mean tliiUHhero are gathered together more Ipeoplo than occupy Alask Arizimu Colorado Dela ware Idaho 1irioaritOrcgoll combined N viYork is double thb t size of Chicago r Rev Irl HIcM Not Dead Noth withstanding n widely current rumor thug the RevIrI R Hicks wawdea lie never was in better health and never lid a hard or and more succtfsgfnil years work than that just closing He has just completed his large and spldnded Almanac for 1002 and with his staff of able helpers hug brought his journals Nfrld And Works justly forwordiinto international reputation For a quart6r of a century Mr tlTckg hn grown in reputation and usefulness as the peoples Ilstlon2incr11l1d forecaster of storms and the character of the coming BeiisoilW Never were his heather forecasts so sought after as now his timely warning ufnee savedcthe romiloss and suffering MiIllontiofbuNels of wheat were hiirvestod thrrishhi8 advice to plnnt crops that would mature urly The Anfcunpcople will certainly stands by Prof Hicks when it cost tb Ito little und so gieat ntelhyBcuefits His fine Almanac di C ugliBonIY 264 and his plenrSiijftamity journal is only llllpdol1ar year liultdiJ M z rpdtuttrd 1V6rk Pub Qrit101 Locust S St Louie I I1toiTS E E WEST wtlilkS- 1M11IIJIIS 1Tj1vare Goa SL LotiIBiMo will make resrujafffrips thronh this section Frcigbw equnlizeil with Louisville and Cincinnati houses fl Clay City Hotel J H JEA Propf Table 3llpp1ie with the best the markert affoids 1 Everythin gji eat and clean Rittes100perday f BluegrassJfiirseries FALL 1001to Fruit and Orparnenlal Trees Grape Vines SrilullErniip Aspara till and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garderu We sell direct at right prices tOvlKe planter and have no agents General Catalogue on application to h H F HI 1EYER LEXINGOiN KY BO YEARS- r1EXIIERIENCE t t TftADC ftiARKS DC8IQN8 COPYRIGHT8 c Anyone ending a sketched onleklr Mcartaln oor optoleafree whether to tnnnUol1 Ilona IItrlellr probabllr fudeootonede t free OkIeet c Iateuta taken t ro Man co recelve- sperlal noU wnboutekarsst iii t- ldotifkJlu e seasAbMd mel 1tI VMklr Teaisea- rlfour caltUon of ny aotonUMlow montlu f YlWat 1 TiewKlejUenu ld C o016i Lw IIYkIi IJ f 1 ri r t t y 1 I J a 1 r if 1tt 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