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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 26, 1901. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1901 cla1901122601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 26, 1901. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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agency1 that itf not paid in ton days We ry tncnh dislike tohl1veto do thifrbut wch1ve to raise some money and this seems to beour last roflnrt If yon want ttr hold your rcputtition and credit you hnd Ftbetter send in the small amount you Send Tiy chec1tmoney order rgisterectlette or two cent if the sum is less than one dollar + rnrin For iailc Farm of 50 acres all bottom land lit Walters Forry2milesfrphClay- Citywith good dwelling tG rooms atntlyttll necessary outbuildings Cis terriconenientto house Will bo sold at a bargain J W TIPTON Clay City Ky nor cough mixture Deerin tlhfworld 25cent8 for 4oz Ji Lit tkepage tSon t 1 I nOFIS810 CARDS I yMNNMINNMNNM4MNnNNNhNNhN11WNh R A InVINf Jl D PHYSICIAN AND 6UROEON aut OIrV KY r Si LITTLEPAJEMHD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY r KY Dr C B DICKSONi DENTIST CLAY CITY KY I Educate SIdtoa KlIs1HetPHONOfiRAPHY jam WILBUR Tor LEXINGTON circular of hIfamou COWHEIR1AL COUE8E OF Awards Medal at Wo Refers to thoa nd of cost of pull Ruataea tion book 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the children Supt Trncy was present and made nn encouraging speech to the school jMrs TTnttie Elkin hue been sick for several days Miss Tfllo King returned to her home near Winchester Thursday Wo welcome the TJMEJ again after un absence of some months Mra Ann Elkin and son Walter have returned from a visit to relu tives ipl3ath county w + t Green Hpry and wife who went- toellIJnois J lastspring have come Mick to 01dXentueky- Solomon Martin of Powell coun tyand Miss Sallie Elkin of this place were ntarried the 12th inst v Charley Crow and wife of WVndes Millare visiting the lat ters parents Mr and Mrs JJerry StoneMoving is the order of the day just now John Potts will move to I the house recently vaunted by Mil ton Berryman Al DJvnrywill move into the house now occupied by John Potts Henry Devary will move into the house with his motherDied at the home of his parents 11I1Vflie fered intensely but God mercifully released him and his spirit took I flight to that bright dime where sorrow and death canitotonter After services by Rev B S Burgher the body was interred in the Poor graveyard notlivedGod who gave him immortal life will raise him up again WYASTEnSeveraleisonsof chnrno tor and good reputation In each state Jone In this county requlred to repre Benfplii established wealthy business house of adlld financialstanding Sula iylIrOO weekly wjth expenses addi annul all pnynblo In cnsh etiph Wednesday direct from head offices horse and carriages turnlshcd when necessary RbfojCiices Encio8esselfaddressed stamped envelope Manager 810 Cax ton Building Chicegor A smile does not cost anything find is much more becpnunjj nn vyoman s face than Jowder You shplud see those Hobby Hats s 0 rpClnyCity K3 tYifr1Melt e iJiii YAS l i i 1t yA U Ifi I f tor2 5r r v tI c t1 No Trouble The In Miiiagliie the UqJkflTrToronto i rbf the 11i1Qcl Cities of tlio 1 jjvestqrh jiemis pherelisaid J enix of Hous ton Texas whjf l st returned from a visit lo tcity Toronto ltas iiotthe best COllunentlbutthe business nflfitri 6f the city is what commends soif to tlio casual visitornhlC their system of contro the Saloon business is abpur Jferfect are about J5Q Ulijpns in TorontoI and that is tfiSJlnfil prescribed liy tyordininc hThese saloons Jreregular JiIfpsed and the only way to i license is to purchase a husiBcJss already es tablished The cipnse itself is about 1300 per ear When I left Canada th6eunipf 4000 was offered a saloon nan for his li cense I dqnt kjijow whether lIe concluded to accept it rnot The saloonaare regulatedin such a manner tiuittliisy are the most orderly of places They close at 11 oclock pii all+ nights except Saturday when hey close at 6 oclock Thiiredone in order that the wi6rkin Oman willnot spend his wee wages for drink WhenLliey are closed there is np back door entrance They are shut tighter than a drums and nJllan who opens his saloon1staIfas ijfbliancp to have his license tvolt At a valuation of Qo 1Jm tmrdly afford to run the risk The Most Healthful Place The most healthful place in the United teslo live is Mari on Iowa according to reports received by tlio Merino Hospital service from 1190 cities and tftowns I atlOn9 f 1 000 or over Marion has a population of 4107atid there were only six deaths inlQOO making a death rate ofthophenomenally low figures of140 per1000 The average of the death rate in all the cities and towns was 1747 It appears from the compli cation of tlfe Marino Hospital service that the state having the best record for Health last year was North Dakota with a death rate of only 005per 1000 population By far thq most health Lexington asternRy Effective October 4 201901 KAHTBonxn No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Daily ex Sun Stations p11 AM LyXoxihgton 2lft 740 AVinchester 255 825 I L Junction t807 887 4 Clay City 840 018 41 Stanton 861 02S II NaturI11BrldI42 054 I 4 Torrent 434 10 09- BcattyvilleJunc 4156 102- 9ArJnekBonMOO 1180 WESTBODNn NpiSjV No1 Daily ex Sun Dally ex Sun Stations hM AIM IN Jackson 120 025 I BfenttyviileJuno 110I 7 26 1t Torrent t280 744 ei Natural Bride 252 80- 1Stanton823825I 887 JEJuhctlorl403 010 i Winchester i 1415 023 ArLexingtonti500 1011t J RBAARa SooTTfl Gent Gen Pass Agt T K MoBOyajF SolTass Agtti- Ctrl fi 1 1f r 1 t jli Ih i 20 t J r H fl Q l Ltn r saJ 1Jot 1 c liowI being 1117 Take your butter and eggs to Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky fit Sterling Pastors Meet The pastors of the various churches of Mt Sterling heldn conference and passed resolutions declaring in favor of a movement to better regulate the liquor traffic and urged that the number of saloons be lessened by increasing the license fee and by rigidly enforcing the law in re gard to keeping orderly houses proper hours and Sunday closing Take a walk through a coil e try and you will pass the last resting place of a man who blew the muzzle of a gun to see if it Was loaded A little further down the slope is a crank who tried td see how close to a mov ing train he could pass In stroll ing about you will see the monu meat of the girl who tried to start a fire with kerosene and a grinss covered knoll that covers the boy that put a cob under a mules tail That tall shaft over the man who blew out the gas casts a shadow across the grave of a boy who tried to jump on a moving train Side by side the etheral creature who always laid her corset laced to llIlIst notch and the intelligent i lot who rode a bicycle nine miles in ton minutes sleep on undisturbed At a repose is a doctor who took some of his on medicine There with the top of shoo box driven over his head is an old man mar ried a young wife Away over there reposes the boy who went fishing on Sunday and the woman who kept strychnine in the cup board with her powders Tho man who stood in frontof a mow ing machine to oilI sickle is quiet now and rests beside the brakeriihn who fed himself to a 70ton engine and over in the potters field may be seen the bleaching bones of the man who tried to whip the editor while r noly a short distance away rots another carcass which even the buzzards refuse to touch the man who got his homo paper on credit and refused to pay for it Ex Closing Outat Cost To close out everything in Mens Clothing and Hats we will put on sale at once our erltiro stockof 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 South Carolina now raises teaI which sells for 12 per pound 1 tI Clay GityrKy Nov 28r K ITo Whom it May Concern ILOOK O- UTChristmas is doming We will be lookingfor you Our buyer Mr Soper has dilligently stud died the wants of the people and especially knows what will please the Boys and Girls ns well as grownup people He will spend the last week of November in the City selecting Xmas goods only and cordial ly invite everyone to come in and inspect our Xmas goods which will Ije 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 i4 to mention the many article we will show you so come and see for your selves We will double our force during holidays and will take pleasure in showing you through the Stock Remember our General Stock Merchandise is larger and better se 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 r Hay which we will sell at 90 cents per cwt j Clay City Lumber Stav t iiCLAMr r riW I J r O StTJ i Rr1 rai f t a i t- IL ia iI t irEtiC kjh I r si C oJ 1 5r J e U = H v cifwi J X i Iy r 1d YYr t Jj tirri wittar JIiL = AeN 4I Sr M Vfytw- i rfrE t TINfES rUIiUSIIED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Jri Publisher Sntscripiion Rates SO Cents per year in ad vanccfotherwise 75 Cents Application made for entry In the Clay City Ky postoffice at secondclass rates Clay City Ky Thursday Dec 26 CLUB BATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates withthe following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and CourierJournal llOC i Cincinnati Inquirer 100 II Louisville Commercial 75 41 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK MrWdidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of oftheThe statement has heen made frequently that the negro race was on the decline while us a matter of fieit the figures of the decape prove that it has increas edTIlc percentage of increase for all persons of color is 178 and out of that percentage the negroes may claim but n very small part There are now more than twice as many of them in f1country as there were in the days of slnvernndcheyconsti tute almost oneeighth of the to t I tal population REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE Clay City National Bank AT CLAY CITY IN THE STATE OF KKNTOCKY- AT AT THE CLOSE OFJlUSINESS nEO 10 lOOt RESOURCES Loans and discounts 167604 23 Overdrafts secured and un secured t 453401 UBBorids to secure circuln 12500 00 Stocks securities etc 6000 COB nklnghouse furniture and t 350009OtherrealDue from Nntl Banks not reserve agents 00 04 Due from approved rese- rveagents21303 20 InternalKevenue stamps 3 50 Notes of other National Banks 20000 LAWFCI MONET REBEKVE IN BAN SVIZ IBLegal 38 3 15 Redemption fund with U S Treasr5 of cirln 025 00 Total 12843To3 LIABILITIES Capitalstock paid Iri fSOOOOOO Surplus fund 3000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 143742 National Bank notes outstanding 1250000 Due to other National Banks 6280 50 Individual deposits subject to checky 53l70i Total 12848403 1ENTVeYCCuNTY j Be iJ FCoXt Cashier of the h bove named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the befit of my knoWledgo and belieCiJ F Cox Subscribed and sworn to before ins this 17th dny of Dec 1901 J MoGuiHK Notary Public Powell County Ky My coninilHslon expires Mch 211904 CORRECT Attest TXOI ATKINSON Cnil SCOTT Directorsr rc 1IJHJouI TNET r M- Oldi newspapers for sale at thisr IIO mj i r 1t i1t1deJir i 11 IJ1 0 a Ay r t 0 x 1 f i a v F Program of the Sunday School enteihtaiinirilnt at the Mehodist Church Chistmas day at opm ei i ia i Prayer and Introductory Remarks REVI iL A JRVIKV Words of Welcome HBMRT WAIDRON Jesus Birthday i MuiARD WKBB- Sdng Duet ii dhild in the Mangers fIJ v GRRTRUDR NDJ I LITTLEPAotc JtiMerryCOURTNEY + t lf OHRISTMAS ADORATION v r 1t Anthem Great and Marvelous Y TiiE Hlffttll Responsive Reading seert Voices jx MISSES MARGARET AND IAYbiGROVES f Song Solo and UhorusThe Glorious Stirlie fv 1 Miss LAuRA EATON h i Dialogue Sin Justice Mercy and Love V c MISSES HOYT ADAMS BIRDIE WJMON Moujii JOHNSON AND MYRTLE JOHNSON k SoIO Hail Love Redeemer of Men i fCMiss JuiiA McGuiRE jRecitation Christ Exalted Miss KATIE TIPTON SongClGlory to God in the Highest eSoitoor Recitation Christ Humiliated Miss GRACE MOORE Song Wondrous Story i j t OJIILDREN Dialogue Between Wisdom Power Fame and Wealth MISSES GENEVA ADAMS EVA BROWN MAiirjx EATON AND GRAOK RUSSELL 4 A Song of Glory by a Choir of Ladies Voids Dialogue of the Nations Egypt Assyria JudeaBnme MISSES OALLIE DIOKSON CARRIE MoPuKARON Quibi LITTLK v PAOE AND VIOLA COURTNEY Song The Eternal King by the Choir v Dialogue of the Continents Asia Africa EuropeyArneripa WILSON VAuatiN TOM MOUNTZ BUTLER HKRROK lip Us CLINT HENRY Kt ftiyr Processional Song Hosanna toOur King aby the Ulioir lad SCHOOL m KThe Angels Ascription I fiHY lIlIiCoron ti nrbythe Congregation X jo yts DISTRIBUTION PRESENTS BENEDICTION jrc HoWs This i We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anycase of Caturrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh CureF CHENEY Ot Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perrect ly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by firmWEST fe TRUAx Wholesale Druggist Toledo O WALDINO KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally noting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 76c per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are tlie best There is a newspaper in Kansas whose motto 111IiLl Steal Drink find Swear and it is thus explained by the editor When you lie let it be away from im drihklletswear let it be that you will patronize your homo paper PRy your subscription and not send your job work away from home JVAXTEi Several persons bf chnrnc ter nndgoodrepntoUonfneuchst8te one jn this county required to represent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Sala ryfl8OQ weekly wJth expenses midi tionul oil pnynble In cash each W du3 direct from head offices Horeeand carriages furnished when necessary References Enclote selfaddressed stomped envelope Manager 316 Cax ton BuildingChicago i i 7 I fI I l I A man seldom gets so fullof oumlforTheClay CityIl1inbefStlveq coneflp1Ih8opr inlt a Livery and htyhllvejl1lt MACHINE SHOP flLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Stoc- kSteam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 6 8 and 12horeepowgr The best known power for farmerfj and others printedlsdrlvea L T CMS HAGAN WIHOXBITftK x- YRESTAURANTl MEALS 1TALLIIQU S 94 Fre hOlst oi Fish A full lineof Foreign and Jborne tic bruitsOranps Lemons Ba n na App1c ahdgLto S JaAN1 r f DliRSQN KY a1arRthr iY i 2 dr fffJ f i y- t 1I furt C I ii I i A fl 1iF Wtirri t YOu Auto Seeor ff ok p I iI 1 r i 11 r t i r11nOut Iin Of jt 1 t ar 0 C6nte 155101100 MackihtofhrR EOn hi8IJ 00 QMensSui11 Pails 100 and up to 601 Boys 1 25 toy500- Ladlesrlott1 s 5 00 C 75 7 SO 1000 o 12 50 and j 0f1T j41wrI b he Ladies Cnpce I 1 t5 to800 r + i Mens Shoes V t 85cfytp l jOO npniK 8H6rt toSf vI 1 Womens 7Bc 6Va Boyst 80o ti2BO i At Misses tt 75010175 L Childrens Shoes in great variety mblffShPIIII in nil Styles f and at lowest pricesF iOur Line of Dress Goods is the delight of all who gee iVt All I t the newest weaves including Broad Cloths PebbleCheviot b Basket Cloth Premella Cloth and handsome Serges and Hen Si 4 riettas Flanels for waists that for Values their equal will bof l tal hard to finddjA 34ex Waists and SKIrts 4 Silk Flannel Flannelette Calico andPer a1u8tllSklfttl iffrom 8150 to 80 00 in Blacks Navys and Grays i Ctr = l- i M Underwear yVv V r1r4itjur of Underwear includes everything for men wbnicn + k andchildren at the rlghtpricen f 4 r 4 4 Our Millinery Depeartm nt is Brim Full with nil I ki I 1 creations of the 1rulin r World We are h w KwItlensrWhen in the city cull and see our goods and tourliI ffilMrsdW WlbblAMS Glay city KyV 9 fJF ff1 The Whitest White Cake i J The Lightes Light Rolls W4t r And Flakiest Biscuit r 1MAiL t lPearl and Bakers Pride Fwif1 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTIRED BY CAIN At VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Lending MerclnmU 031 f M IL COURTNEYPitKsinENT I J F COY CASHIKU f ti c v A iV CLAY CITy NATIONAL BAND t E CLAY CITY t KY + io J CAPITAL 50000 00x i We solicit buoihees and accord to accommodation vwhichfy th j 1 j Wanted 75OOO Pieces of Fur t To Trappers and Dealers in i FURS i 1 Remember That I nin still in the market and this season brtteri 5ithan ever prepared to pay you full value fors + fJliAllThose who hnvp sold to nu in the pnst wt ptlfy f to inyfttirj assortment and prompt mcn tiont bj deceived by lii quoted druilursaiy WR CASSIDY Clay City jy ii f ARE YOU DEAF H ANAsHElD NOIS ALL CASES OF Z 5 DEAFNESS OR HARD HURINCi i CURABLEEby HEAD NOISES CEASE MMEOIATELY Jt f FA WIMMAN Of BALTIMVIIC PAYt l Is BAtTt K HBMd UeuitBdtig entirely cured of deafneM lhaiiki to your treatment I wilt nowgvexotl ii UflttllUstliMriBg r nusberof i 1UaCDL I then saw your aMe tIsemeat accidentally in a New York paperha ordefedyoar treat l 1lIearfU1aadfOttrireatmefttdoeg tjI Qmhiatl land advice free it YOUCAM CARE YOU1SELF ATOM ttil n NI EMtT IiI jifCUNW 5N U SALLE AVL 7 WHCAW HL i ili J 1Ji f i 01 j1 Jf t 0 t r II JYIu F t G t- a i 7 J 1 ifI Ji r ryC r J kc J Mt1 i f 7 TIMESFsf t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPERi tvl t CLAY CITY THURSDAY DEC 261901 LOCAL BREVITIES ieonsri vNobodyc rc8 how high you were youve tumbled down f So get out hustle for yourself rH Or on pay day youll b6 1l1188ed isr foryuuWhilei J What did Santa Claus bring yuu A J Barnett waa over from wt Spoutspring Monday play Brown nndj fe spent Friday lit Lexington Mrs no 0 Bloom yas shop = Whtcltesterbridayras Dont forget this dice when you T need any kind of Job Printing 11Dr B Littlepage made a busi i ness trip to Lexington Monday 1 rt Dr 0 H Dickson left Tues ti rlaEilayfor Paris to spend the holi tIny8 E0 Chaiman representing i the Louisville Post was in town 1 Friday I John Derickson who has em 1 ployment on thb road came tI Retie Friday 4 A Moilnz of Little Hard icks Creektjnvo ud a call while irt town Mrs MA Heasley of Green i Up county is visiting her daugh ter Mrs Dr Littlepage j The school at this place was rt tloselFridny for two weeks on- a tAtco nt of the holidays Flt Thin severe cold weather broke l j Up Sunday followed on Monday r oh a light hilt steady rain J Elder P N Taylor pastor of the Baptist Church nt Salem lost t en has moved with his family i to Texas iIn i Business men begins business the first of the year in a business like way by planting a bicead- in TilE TIMES In this issue appears the report of the Clay City Rational Bank Which furnishes interesting read ing for all concerned r Win Mounts Jr while filing 1 planing bit at the planing mill r te hishnndslip and overoly c- utItlyV his twojast fingers on his right 1 hand cJ f Contrary to our habit we ore nut a lay early this week We lo this that we may pet to take- a little chrlstmas and wish to dot out apapernext week 1t Tfo1 ice wan harvested during i r the recent cold spell Owincto f the condition of the river at the beginning of the coM spell vtlie ice did not freeze of fiuflicien- tr I thickness fib MrsJenhfetisselltivht11o on liar way to nttehd the funeral of 1i r Georire tple wns thrown from jt Rl hnnl was badly out about file fuceritl addition ta having a n arm severely sprained iO John MKennon nnd James B K JJnllrqtteRt US fo express t tljroHtrli the columns of THR TIMKS Grj lJ 3lttIII1n dlrvaludd asaistniico r e e l ytlose present jn ex Io tinguishihs the fireiii their resi = MVfdenco Friday nightyI i p M ti U1 lt1fL i 1 J t1jTaf 7 r y 1 fF JIJ t Dutch Crow and his family five in all=have the sl I1 poxat this place Thlllrst case will soon be well It is still confine tothe ono house and there is but little probability of the disease spreading further I H T Mclrityre St Paul Minn who has been troubled with idis ordered Jttomach says Chamberlains Stqmaoh and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything have overtaken For sale by all patent medicine dealers Mr A TSmether8fformerly of this place but who now lives at Winchester lost a child at the latter place with fever Wednesday Burial Thursday at Pow ells Valley J To Get Bidof a Tronbleiom corn First soak it in warn water to soften It1 then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing the blood and apnly Chamberlains Pain Balm twice dully rubbing vig orously for five minutes at each ap plication A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lame ness and rheumatism Pain Balm is unequaled For sale by all dealers in patent medicintt The Kentucky Educational As sociatibn will be in session in Louisville the202T and 28 Prof R Spelt Eubank President of Princeton College is one of the leading speakers on the program Prof Eubank taught a successful school at Spoutspring ten years ago where he is well and favora bly known To Cure a ColUn One Day Take Laxative promo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund the mon ey if it fails to cure E W Groves signature in on each box 25c 0 30 Thomas oodtn Welltodo farmer of time lower part of the county was here a short while Thursday and while in town gave our sanctum a very agreeable call nnd subscribed for TilE Titles The remains of Geo WMa ple nnhouncmient of whose death appeared in our last issue was brought up from Lhxington last Friday for interment They Were laid to their last resting place beside his mother For your cloaks and capes go to Mrs J W Williams Cloy City Ky Martin Bud Bailey has sold his house and four lots in the west end of town to H 0 Wal Iron for 175 cash It seems that every one should have n home in Clay City wlten it can be purchased for such a nominal sutra NOTICE- I have recently purchased the soda fountain and business in general of C E Curryand when the season opens will be ready to sup ply the people with the usual refreshments 140 Easter Always look on the bright side of things and if its something you are a buying it will pay you to looko11 tpf rhU ilgnaturo taoa every box of tiaeseDuln lJlxltiv Brodo Tabt- h remedy g ewe a ew1Ia7 Dotou KTant Po lUo htIlorldal Inconuneroial Industrial or educa tal11rroifuDE nTM NTE Florida InduBtr l Record- JaeksotivllleFlaf l 4 i iiJiid r 55r Stf ffAi1 if Y1r1 J 1 rj j 1 Perfection is a word that cannot be applied t6 maim products but when it fs iden ify Kerrs best flour it expreeses a truth 17 ftLevi cow attacked with hydrophbbiaA one day last week and had tp lie killed We think it would be a wise plan for our farmers to pay less attention to the breed of canines and moro vnltblestop dt any house through the country but that yon find from one to a dozen worthless cursJlV 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 He says I was selling my troubles to a 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 stating that two dosescured me and enabled me to havea good time at the party Mr Spell is a resident of Summer Hill N L This rem edy Is for sal by Morgan McKinney w- MATRIDIUNIAL Robt 0 White a Madison county farmer and Miss Fannie Mahone daughter of William Mahone formerly of this place but now of Clark I county were married in Cincinnati last Tues day COUGh AND COLDS IN CHILDREN Recommendation of a Well Known ChIca- go Physician I use and prescribe Chamber lains Cough Bemeby for almost pll obstinate constricted coughs with direct results 1 I prescribe it to children ofall ages Am glad td recommend it tonll in need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial atllictionp It is non narcotic and safe in the hands of the unprofessional A Universal panacea for all mankindMrs- Mary R Mclendy Mi D Ph D Chicago III This remedy is for sale by Morgan McKinney Early FricTav night fire broke out in an upsjairs bed rooih in- JM Kennons residence caus ing a slight damage Early in the afternoon Mrs Kennon went to the room and made a fire to have the room warm for the ni lit nnd when she returned nboui 8 oclock to repair the lire slue found the room filled with smoke Fire from an open grate had popped out onto a bed nearby In a short time the bed was ejected from the room and the fire extinguished by the bucket brigade which responded quickly to the alarm OHAMBEBLAJHB STOMAeH AND UjTIKTABLETS Try them J When yoil feel dull after eating When you havefno appetite When you navea bad taste in the month When your lIvers torpid Wlien your bowels are consti pated s When you hayeVa headache When you 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 This is the time of year when the hiiw member of Congress Sees to Washington with a mis- siodand thinkable will not be- like ot1 erO gre8snlenV ho have gone beforeandcotne homo Without a record and speedily- AIWiudledInto day citazem tHj 1 7 I I 1J Ivrt n I i F4- i I KL L Follif the Procession T THE 7 New York a Racket Store KEPT BY ALa BARNETT SON CLAY CITY STANTON KY Who claim to he headqnnrters for all kinds of merhandiso at the Lowest Cash Prices that FirstClass goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 200 Pearl 220 Superfine 180 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents fAs to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth ing we defy all competition We buy our goods driect morn New York make the prices right allow you top prices for all kinds of producepay Cash for Railroad Ties So call and see liowmuch money is saved in dealing with us Your AIE BARNETT ISDN d Its Up to YouWhether you pay a high price for a medium class work or a Medium Price for HighClass Work If you want a IHglvClass Work at medium price go to WEBBWatches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and adjusted at reasonable 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 yondealwith him or n- otw fWrJ 7r lTJTJ1 rJ rq Main St opp Depot ship He will go to the capital with a high hat and high reso lutifliis but after he sees the Speaker and the Committee on Rulesrun through the whole concern a few times and beholds Uncle Joe Cannon get one foot into a chair and bully older members than he about appro priations his courage will gradu ally ooze out and ho will be sat isfied to be the dispenser of seeds and documents there used to be times when there would be a good many distinguished mon in the same Congress but now there is only room for hnlfa dozen The Reed rules are still to pre vail and the principal business of tho average Congressman will be to draw salary and mileage f Cincinnati Enquirer itp Y I l r 1ry1 N A Stops the Cough and Work oft the Cold Laxative BromoQuinene Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure nopay Price 25 cents A Good Cong Care From GazetteToowoombaA8trl CoughRemedy 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 WeO Wocker This is the opinion qf 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 remedy is sold by Morgan McKinney i i Kerrs Perfectionitbealsalli K t a z 10 i M II r r r 1 f tI w f 1 tI r t f u i 1 Jt Lt 1 i C htj a jo yt I i r rf t- t y L il t mVAV q Ico h tz luaI f rwdr ti iklllr ientldt+ pa + saeu =t A Medicine fort Old PeopleR- ev Geo Gay Greenwich Rosy isepast years lie saysi I I am enjoying excellent health a man of my age entirely to the rejuven Miles Nervlne It brini sleep and rest when else will and Iyes strength and vitality even to one of my old age Iam anoldkoldIerwrItesMrGeo WatIJonof Newton La and I have been a great sufferer from nervousness spinal trouble Have spent considerable money for medicine doctors but with benefit I was so bad my mind showed slims of weak ness I began taking Dr Miles Nervine and I know it ml life MiteseervineSaved me from the insane JellcoSpnnous scarcely my self could notsleep nor rest wouldeven forget the names owttchildren at times I commenced using Dr Miles Nervine and it helped me from the first and now perfectly well Sold by ill Druggists on Guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind anything yon invent or Improve also Ret MARR COPYRIGHT or DESIGN orphotaforBOOK ON PATENTS fe tio teCASNWCPantLaWWs WASHINGTON DC 111 ti r J TIII Wiiichestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEnsrooy Pr- esWinchester Ky r Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 DO We solicit the accounts of individuals firms ant corporations 642 The Best f + PAPER Pvbllshed in the UnitedStatesforDem ocrats and all renders is the TvieeaWeekCourieiJournaL rflieegtmlofmany dailies and thosu perior of alt other seiiiFweeklies or weeklies iBsuedWednesday and Satur day 104 a year you get it for only 100 a year The Wednesday issue is devoted to jiewtf matters the Saturday issue to home matters A liberal commission to agents copies cheerfully Bentfrentoall who ask for them Write to COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY e By Special Arrangements I Youcan get 1 THE TIMES And the TwiceaWeekJ CourierJournal iHoth one Yearfor Qnly One Dollar eupecriptionaonlyAU tarn offer must be seilt through this 7 O01ce j i i Vt tat I 6 t- t 4 l 1 i I 0- lt r a r 1 c Iw f l A few years ngpthe cost of fir inktito1argCstgun made Avas riot more tlmn n few Now it costs 827 to firoasi1igle shot front a IO inch rifle or more than enough to pity the wages of n private soldier in the regular ar my for five long years Rev Ira Hicks Not Dead Notwithstanding widely cur rent rumor that the Rev Irl R Ilicks was dead lie hover Was in better health and never did a hard Brand more successful years work than that just closing He has just completed hitlJnr onnd splended Almanac for 1902 and with his staff of able helpers hps brought his journal World And Works justly forward into international reputation For a quarter of a century Mr licks has groWn in reputation and usefulness as the pelples astronolner and forecaster of storms and tho character of the coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts so sought after as now his timely warning of a se rious drouth this year having saved the people frdm loss and sulFering Millions of bushels of wheat were harvested through his advice to plant crops that would mature tarly The American people will certainly stand by Prof Hicks when it costs them so little and sojgreat are the benefits His fine Almanac of 200 pages is only 25o and his splendid family journal is only one dollar a year Including tho Almanac Send to Word And Works Pub Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo A wedding without a church ceremony is about as satisfacto ry to thb average girl as n now gown with no one else to look at it t Get the Almanac that Predlctedthe QalvestonStorm The Ladies Birthdvy Almanac for 1002 is being distributed in our city this week This publication achieved great prominence in September by its accurate prediction of the Galveston storm The New York Times Sept 13thsaid Gulveatona disastrous storm was predicted with startling accuracy by the weather prophet Andrew Jackson DeVcte t in the Ladies Birthday Almanac issued in Chat tanooga Tenh last January It is so different from the ordinary cheap patent medicine almanac that it has become very popular and now has n circulation of 15 000000 copies annually Our readers who have not received a copy of the 1002 edition can get it from their merchant or by sending their address to the Ladies Bjrth day Almunuc Chattanooga Terin Conscience says the Mann yunk JBliilosoplier is thnt wit in us that tells us when other people are doing wrong terTHE NEW SKIRTS Foruit fitting skirts are evidently not a fartnyof the momeBt but have come to stay The upper portion fits without a wrinkle and js drawn back by elastic straps while the flounce at thn bottom Hares very noticeably The making of these formflttlng fjr serpentine skirts ls described in deUiil in the January DEMNEATOH rby Mrs A L Gr manIanumber of illustrations bo ing given of thp different steps inr the work 1t1v Thopeonle who have the most conscientious scruples against clinnco aro uBUnlly the oiies yli6liave had bad luck Knife wounds healmvicliqiiick or Ulan those clluseduy n ciiustici tongueyA Yat 1 S oar j j U tFit1 JU i L t Y 10 j or r vAtune but pitneometinles r H 8- loleTytipOnlhj6 cheelcljn Bepreient tiy Dinted Wanted a goodtegresentntiv in this county male or tor the Florida Industrial Record and its various der partmems Good payyto saUefaekry party Enclose etamjjfbr particulars AddressDLPA1tTi11ENT A Florida RecordJncksbnville i MOTHERHOOD 1 Thb greatest anibjrlbn of Amer scan mon end wdniQn is to have homes blossod vltlVchildren Tho woman aialotod with fcnialo disease ii constantjr menaced with 1 Vecomlng n childless wiCoNo medicine can restore dead organ but Ylno ol Cardul docs regulato derangements that present conception hoes prevent r liilscarrlogo docsfrojtbro weak functions and shuttered nerves and dues bring babied to homes yearsWinohealth and strengikto bear heal thy ch dren Tqu can get a dollar bottle ofWino of Cardul from your dealer WWS EOfCARDUI 113 Mnr tttreet Memphis Tenr April 14 1901 ofWneofbeennuniedgiven birth to a chUd Until I took wise nllnebabyThe weighs fourteen and I teelNowbe without Wino of Cardul la house again MriJ w0burro RIvingnmCcenporCIattanooaaTcna e to J B WBsT WitIk 2 Simmons Rati are CO- o 5 LoUl o will make redulartrjpetllrnah this section Freight of paiized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses I Clay Oitl otli J M EATO Prop r f Table supplied iitot1iebelltlthe markers affoids tlEyerything neat IInlhleanRat 81VOO per day Bluegrass Nurseries xALL tfhot Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines SmalnFrnitSf rASjiara gii and evcrythlllft f r plchlrd lavn and GavdenSy Jell direct atright prices to ttlpldntcrnnd have no agents cm r ue on application to H f HILL rHr1EYER- IJEXINGf tIrY fflib 3VEAR- EtXPERIENCE Tjw DC MARKS i De iQN8 0 Anyonoeendtngaaket saa YRdesorIptlonreal fluidly atoerglnnoro4e w tnratlon tlprobably Commuataa- aonastrlctlyconOdent book ooPatenta lent free datapency ta Patents throu ii 10 reolve deMftfk IkrkM-A twe11111uetrat IT largest err m tlonofanyadenll Tersi5ae- artfour Ml Moo liwnetaEV ttfysiMIlaatonm L T r t- I fin eL4 M T + Jt J J r1 f 1 fcuf I h rblaili l pa e tl onr t t t- t 8I J ur1 fealrsW vv c w Pure Drugs Patent rt MediciReS Palots Dl fI 4 0 and Eic5 i i t 1 1 J tPrescriptions carefully compounded and ifrwediaehiitgofrwhat1- you want will got it for Voiron snortnotice r x- d i 1t I S i t iM o folk y M n TH P T- TOIIICLAXA I i If you have sour stomach in Iccsuon biliousness constipation bad breath dizziness inactive Uvcr hea burpHdney troubles backache loss of appetite insomnia lack of arsrcy bud boodblotched or ftiuddy okln or any symptoms and dlsordeBttich tell two tort cf bad bowels and dos impaired diijeativb oyjtajr Irxalcola Wit Curo YonIIt will clean out the iov s io ctimulato the livercnd fcldneys Btrenjjth the mucous membranes cf the titornach ipurify your blcod and put you on your feet again Your appetite Avill return your bowcla move regu lady your liver and kidneys cccce to trouble you your cUth will clear and freshen and you will feet the old time cner 7 and buoyancy Mothers seeking thq proper nedtclno Iv evo tr11ttl ones for constipation diarrhea collo and similar trouhlosvlllCndXaxaltolana Ideal mcdlclne Tor children ltltecp8th rbqwoltjrc UarvyUhout pala 01 CTlplnffnita iln a general tonic oselsts nature aldj digeeUonrrollovcs KstleMnc clcaj tbo rental tcagtto solaces ever causes refreshing reetall slocp cats wakes theui well happy1 onaLoartyii3 OA dren Ukfdaufo1I For Sail by I i Ji7 SinbinuDamolYourdruKJttprWIwlUItrceFunlly lUo bottle of tufEclcntto list fcr n ft r ti- meR t rI C fPNSTA1J Doctors fed f i A Good r T If V i 1 PrescriptIon li 1 0- I For mankind r 1 J T 1 ti 4xSaloons V painInduce ileep and lfe tfO- nelyeareljcfl No matterwhatathematterionewnl i 1 4dnrou good Ten one thouund teilU r trot br mill to address on of r 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