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I fHEICLAY ITY TIMES p rx t 1 l r t 34Ceabia SarInAdtaac r Vearrhere tolelpClaal road Country andOarsehes t J E burgher Jr Publisher I VU7f j r t- 1rCLY OITY K Yf DAB JANUARY 9 1902 Jf INO r II Vaughns Mill I rrtM WXEK Miss Katherirtij Tracy closed her school at this place Saturday M land Mrs Jim Daugherty nl Ford1arevisitingrelatlves at this place thisweek Mr and Mrs John Burgher of Spout spring visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Melvin Gravett lnstweek- Clarence Gravett wholms been making hisjiome in Illinoik for some time is spending the holidays with his parentsMiand Mrs Melvin Gravest J G Jackson and cousin Ed Wills who have been visiting the family ofW L Jackson for the past two weeks returned to their hone at Harrodsburg Saturday Mrs Louan Mizo closed her school at lattje Creek Christmas eve with n nice Christmas tree There was a large crowd present sand everyone seemed to enjoyt- hemnselyes well Snow Creek Born to the wife of J S Wood on the 28 ult a girl The Christmas tree at Log Lick was a success in every respect Mrs Frankie Elkin is quite ill with complication of diseases I Mrr BerrysStonee gave ti h p- Jt7ridliy ingiht to thei gfo1ks1 Henry Rice of Winchester is visiting relatives and friends here Uncle Tom Burris has rented r and moved to Bud Berrymans place I SltMtlM tdoaemell FORA w Pot circular of bb CMMBK1AL Awarded Medal at Refen to thooundt PrintingMlk ftfect of Full Biuinetrop Book ud Board aIdT1JIWritiDg tt VTh Kentucky to awarded cradnttM KoTanHoK Jkl I order to Aa tour v WILBUR R Nott Kntxtto VU Mry lttt Udntt i ep Modern Which we do ut jModern Prices asan individuality About itthat commands Attention jLet TalkitOverl On that next order oif Printing you need I We can make it Beneficial to you S Try us once r ifitJts fril i Spputspring Ky o S ik1 i pvii- r J t a y- Cv J 1 r + rt 4 Henry Miller of Pilot View was here the first of the week buying hog- sReubenlliartiti t of Clark coun ty spent the Christmas holidays at this place J F Eads and wife were the guests of Ab Vivions family the first of the week S D Kerr of Log Lick has sold his farm to harley Puckett at private figures Everett Dawson visited his brother Jas H Dawson at Stan ton several days this week youngfolks nll5preseutThos his sister Mrs Nora Boone of Polot View several days this week Wm Tuttle and family were tllelattersparentsMrand Albert Gravett who has been working at Ford for Some time returned home to take the Christ rites holidays Sams Sayings i Mrs H Alcorn visited Mrs D N Witt last Thursday Born to Mr and Mrs D N Witt on the 21 ultIt girl Born to the wife of C P Mc Intosh on the 10 JUa girl RJ Ayrtcox and jSani Hall bu jre hip1t Hiiccllmmbnnl TlW L iC Thos CroUch lost two valuable cows last Sunday night by eating tobaccoHarlin Jordon of Iron Mound was in this section on businifs last Tuesday Aunt Mary Wiseman is very sick at this writing Hope she will soon recover Miss Sarilda Winburn of Iron Mound was visiting her sister Mrs D N Witt last week Aunt Malindh McIntoshaged about 90 years is very sick and not much hopes of her recovery W H Wiseman our clever merchant of Sams is enjoying a good trade Success to you Billy Married last Wedndsday the brides home Joseph Hackworth of Sand Hill to Miss NemaJohn son of Winston Mrs Sarah A McIntosh of Vaughn Mill visited relatives in this neighborhood the latter part of Jftst week i J W Smith has moved to his farm lately purchased ofD N Witt WQ welcome Mr Smith in our unidst as he is a nice jentle man mid wish mini success in his new home Ilastus t Fox We are glad to receive TUB TIMES once more May it live and ever prosper N E Curtis and family have all been low with typlioid fever but are improving The weather was so bad that Sant Claim failed to gel around f b- r i irik Uy i 4qd t- Yh tiny rygy K rJirJ I ir Po V t ri + Ff ff t n to this J istinas Your dent at this place hJl ick for sane time bait to e up and looking for rte e future The K KiSW river has de stroyed a is M rn and fodder by the recutwaters and will niak sfiMiHJ5lff scarce and high in this 11 JBorst at iwife of J S Moberlv WiLIlblaby John is our ine n lS and- is so hislnind is so prCUIt me sell ra pint of cud claining around that it pnt it I 1ftpldthe world itMr Joe 4Borfwodd and two sons Jim auqfTpra who moved from this placa year or so ago going to IndhiTuTfhas returned on a short visi61J 1o are glad to see Daddy h wee more He says he and his family are enjoying good health and lire receiv ing godd wflsgWfor their labors It is rumore dfWiht Tom is going td take back Wfe with him Adjiiant GeB nl Oorbins report gives the casjialtti Inthc Philip pine Islands for t Ie three years at 115 officers and 2378 men killed and 182 offlcerB I and ljC4C men wounded This does not include those who diet fr m diseases or in- consequence of woutada and expo aura Ilnit it efJii senator can fi ifrii TfiU neroThis is foIlme double reason that nearly nof mankind are liars and candidates are always credulous Ex A kind word isinever spoken in vain It has frequently saved a married tuna theebst of a new set of dishes it Citizens of the territory surrounding Olive Hill at a mass meeting took steps to organize a new county from surrounding territory and a bill to the comiiigsessimt of the I islnturetv Stop the Cough aad Work off the Cold Lakativo aromaQuinene Tablets cure a cold in ono day No cure no pay Pice 2cents Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Oct ter 20 1901 EABTBOBJCD ljp2 No 4 Daily cx Sun Dally ex Sun Stations f M J AM LvLexincton 310 740 Winchester r 253 8 35 II L Junctfon 867 887 I Clny eitjsSVO 013 II Stanton JItjffiJlSi 023 II Natural 454 I Torrent WtSHi4 1008 a Beattyv11IeJun bH 1020 Ar Jacksonl i 6 1130 vzsTnonn NoJ No 1 DaiiyaYx ut1ailyexSuuS- tations Mi AM Lv Jllc sonfit 120 025 lJelttyvllle1 a 2it9 7 26 i TorrentfW 744- I Natural Brl E2 801Ctr Stanton 828- II O1nT 0711MiS 837 1 LkEr ctoa 4 be 010 H WIncla ri 083 AtL9dng JA Its 11Aax LCnAliSooM tienl4IA Gen Pans Att T IL f fiag11as4 gt wr5t 4 c 3- A I Flourishing Communicated SundaySchool The Clay City Union Sunday scool is progressing nicely There is an unusual interest taken in it by the young folks especially the little boys and girls It is en couraging indeed to the officers and teachers to see so many come out at 280 p m each Sunday afternoon and it is their hope that the interest thus shown will not be for a short time only but continue to grdw in the hearts of the children as they pass from childhood to youths from youth to manhood and womanhood and from thence to old age It is said that man learns more in the first seven years of his life than in all the subsequent years How important that what lie learns then be sound and good But teaching is not enough It must be accomplished by train ing A child that is trained to prey to remember the Sabbath day and to ke6p it holy to go to church and Sunday school to obey its parents and teachers to speak only true and pure words to be courteous and unselfish in spirit and conduct is likely to throughlifenot fail to sow these seed in the minds of their children while youngNow our Sunday schoolcould be swelled to twice its present size if the parents of the bright nccompanyken particularly of the little folks but there is also a goodly attendance of young ladies and gentleman who take a lively in terest and we hope soon to have classes from the little tots to the more composed of the children and young people of our city How many people have noticed that no portrait of u man has ever appeared on a United Slates coin or the picture of a woman on the postage stamps An observing editor remarks on these facts that they constitute the reason why we lick the stamps and squeeze the coin WANTEDSeveral persons of charac ter 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 118 00 weekly with expenses additional all payable in cash each Wednes day direct from head offices Horse and carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Manager 310 Cax ton Building Chicago The latest census bulletin gives the number of mules of voting ago in the United States in 1900 at 21320816 Of this number 2325 255 are illiterate and 5102534 are foreign bornIThe tax rate of the city of Louisville for the year 1002 will be 8150 This rate will yield a reve nue of 187516704 It is an in crease over last year of 0 cents LUSt Friday the State Auditor received from the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company the largest check oVer paid in for railroads taxes in Kentucky The amount was 110040720 and was to pay the 1001 taxes I 1 l- e The Standard Oil QOJBjUSt declared a dividend of 8 per cent making a total of 40 per cent for this year It has earned 271 per cent in the past ten years There was a time when the United States imported horses regularly and had practically no exporting record in that line In the last fiscal year however we exported C5OQO head and in the past five years have sold horses aboard to the value of 817000000 The most remarkable family discovered by the census enum erators was at a little villiage named Marys Home in Miller county Mo about thirty miles from Jefferson City The enu ineratorin that district reports that he found a Mrs Henry Smith wife of a storekeeper 82 years old who during a brief marriage of seven years had presented her devoted husband with sixteen children Only one of them was a solitire There were two pairs of twins two sets of triplets and one quintet five sturdy boys at a birth aveya9ing six pounds in weight They are all alive and hearty their mother is as active and strong as any woman in the State While Massachusetts is fight ing the graspy moth simyly to 1tprevent it from spreading and Ft other States are spending large sums to protect against insect pests man goes out armed to the teeth to destroy birds for sport that are necessary to his very extetainet f r n9mCn tliEivn a man will not be capable of hold ing his own in combat with in sect pests which multiply faster than he can destroy them While some sportsmen nary gain a dollar or two in value of game birds the insects may be destroying or will destroy in season a hundred times as much in trees fruit or crops It is time that farmers protect the birds when they can do so The Louisiana Purchase Expo sition at St Louis will be a worlds fair It will open May 1 1008 The minimum cost will be15 000000 of which Congress has appropriated 5000000 The site of the fair is in Forest Park the second largest park in America It will contain eleven main exposition buildings of whicn the largest will be the agricultural 700x2000 ITnriw For Sale Farm of 50 acres all bottom land at Walters Ferry 2 miles from Clay Citywith good dwelling of 6 rooms and all necessary outbuildings Cis tern convenient to house Will be sold at a bargain J W TIPTON Clay City Ky Try our cough mixture Best in the world 25cents for 4oz 13 Lit tlepage Son IUOFKJSIONAt CAWS h Ww4MMWM11 MM4 WMMY 1 MUhAMMhMM R A IRVIN M D PHY8IOIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON CLAY OITY KY Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY SSKYe a V t S 1 j- JlTtfe 0 TIMES a PUBLISHED EVKUV THURSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher SDtsCJi lion Rates SO Cents fer year in ad vance otherwise JS C ntsIv i i i Application made for entry in tie Olny City Ky postofilce at seconclclass I rates Clay ityKy Thi taCLUB RATES- Foctholconvanienca i of oir sub scribers we have arranged club rates priceebelowThe TIKES and v Couriei Journal 8100 qkt Home and Farm 70 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERIC Mrw didate for the office of Circuit Clerk p low Jl County subject to the action o the Democratic party SPOUTSPRINQ Ohristmas passed off hi this place very quietly Corn is selling here at 275 per barrel in crib S J ShimfesseV of Puckett was here last week Arch Sons of Irvine was leer last Wcekon business I W L Adams went to Irvine last Tuesdaylon business AR Lowry of Ruckeryille I was hero on business last weekI jjfv l sJ Christopher and son H K was at Irvine last week o business J E Burgher Sr made a bus dllYlastJas F McKinney spent sever al days at his farm in Clark Coun ty last week P 0 Pryorhas moved to the W G Blanton farm near Kim brells Chapel J W Elkin of Olay City was hero Tuesday fpnrouto to Iron mound on business Wm Barnett of Oarlock 111 is visiting his father Berry Ba nett Jr near here Misses Nora andEliza Harris rue visiting their uncle Irvine Burton at College Hill J W Dawson and wife were visiting Mr and Mrs J H Dart son at Stanton last week J H Dawson and wife of Stanton visited relatives here here the first of the week Wm Barnett who went from thisplacQ to IJliiiois last spring has returned home on a visit Tomand Wiley Christopher Jrl visited their aunt jIrsEli za Ginter at Collego4Hill lust week v Miss Emma Christopher Ford is visiting hercousinsMiss es Dollie and Nannie Christo pher Miss Dollio Christopher return ed Sidpytfgrnl vi it to relativesat Winchester an Ford i ifi JN Orsborne bought ofDrI McKinney and Jt W Dawson tl eirfat cAwsatcents perJ pound 1Ft t 9 r d j 00 Astopheraof 3Tbrd was hero last week visiting Ins cousins Tout and Wiley Christo i her Jr Mrs Jos P Wright wlip has been visiting relatives in Madi J etnrl11edhome R FtD L and Miss Lulie Crow of Madison county aresvisitiugtheirlbrother J H Crow at the old home tills week E H Bowes of Foevho formerly lived on Twin creek was up last week to see his friends s nd relatives at his old home Leonard Wells of Menefee county salesman for Green Sons jobbers iii boots and shoes was interviewing our merchants s last week W G Blanton has Sold his farm of 22i acres to W G Patrick for 275 and bought of P conQ taining 30 acres for 875 6J Riley Mclntosh I died At Gil bert Arizona not long since restdent known at this puce fw G Patrick has moved his stock of goods to his farm two miles from here where lie will continue td sell every thing in his line at low prices Henry Blanton who moved from this place to Danville end several years sloe is hero visiting his brother W G Blanton and other relatives and friends wontethey expect to remain for two months Mr Dawson has a po sition there buying ties for J A Sampson OntStation tGfxmpthisf county wm o ia c mtPhsome fin and fir on his father and annd the mother badly wounded He tvae arrested and is in jail There is strong talk of a now store being put up in the Masonic building by a company of eight or teh individuals We hope our town will welcome this and all other enterprises for the build ing up of this place and comniu Wily The Masons at this place elect ed the following officers for the year 1902 Robert Tipton W MMorgan McKinney Sr W NrWitt Secretary i John W Bar nett Treasurer Yin Snowden Sr D D McKinney Jr D Win McIntosh Tyler Dont Believe It It is being circulated through the country that I have or will quit selling goods This is a false state meatandIivnntthepeopletokngtythat to quit soon and am prepared to sell you good goods at IQW prices bind ask youfor a liberal share of your trade and will do all in my power to give you more goods for the same money than any merchant or company in the country W G Patrick snoticeI wish to sell my Dwelling and Store House containing aswell se Jected stock of goods with u nice trade done built Situated onJMnin desirabledeasy Fprfurther particulars up ply to JW Tipton The uolieryou are the more amifible you should bc- t X J f t JJr w A shortago some men- Hidingwere eng il telegraph poles Iron eJ 4 w belonging to a n old fIlr rer oiiI a1 lto disiikedseem his grass trilp iltiwn Ile ordered tie TGo men produce xp iryiebsaid iti t eVBtOMtrthe poles up where thei ll dThe old iarmertvertt b knd turned a- avage boil arifAntlte neldThe savage bea mt ter the men and the old 41 faVmep seeing them running nut Qt tM fleld jshoutcd at the top ofhIS otc6 Shaw him yourpapcrt wjitim your Paper 1001Rt ard 100 Thor ode aer wtl be pleased tti lnthat there Is at least one d jujpdjcjfcease that sci ence hAs bee vcure in nit Its stages and tttejt is Catarrh HaH Catarrh is the only positive cur kntiKn to the fraternity Catarrh b hignconstitu tional d3ca8eequfreR a const tu tional tratn ln nnlls Catarrh nctingdirtCtly thgrobydestroying disease and giving the patient strength by the consti tution and Assisting nature in propertieshavepowers thnt thy offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case it fails to sure Send foi Hot of testimonials JChepeyJcColTDlcda A farm jour editor very prop erly says that ilhilre are u Great many reasons I hyr rmers should visit each other ors than is now the custom Otc in for the ex change of ideas vrn shall of thel1 are not accepted Sprne times one idea is worth isgreat deal Farmers are sociabilityjfand in nog can this bo broughtabon11tertliitl yvjf 67rsif and exchangej eas An rtldpaclc peddler is eeldnilt admitted in the home of where many papers are taken and wherp families have penty of Foci hborB and friends Butatewgoldybrioke are bought and swindlers of all kinds steer clear of such Homes t The TIMES for thentewEI MAGHINSHOPALL Machinery Repaired- We Keep lij Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose end Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In J 5 8V and 12 Ji0rsc rt11E best known pmv Jorfarnieis timid ntl etg printediaddvegLy T iOHNSl 3HAGANW- INOHST3LKT J RESTAURANT MIALS AT J1JLQUJIt5j f Fresh pyiterfJpllut Fish A full line iKorgwnjind PomQs tic EruitriQanwns Ra liallae pJftF fl J 1fJ SJN SON 1tJebvIII w ll iJ Y- lrIt itI i YmI1i 1 A 4 i c tiji r f rj T J I I n F4e4r fi r + r b 4i1PHSrl 1 r o zJiLf u cr if 1aiJ tcoc t 1 I V r Y r rtlI I 1ioNwt Yeavs GreefingI ii l q l t Ot j laid Winter ClosingOut Salet i 1 n tFrom the 1st of JANUARY to the let of MAllCH is e will sell sv 3 everything in our splendid stock of merchandise AT COST in orderteb make room for Spring Goods and to reduce our stock before slock i xFh taking which will begin on the IrstoMarch next 4 jf Everything will jip frt this sale Clothing Drecfc Gpjfcl DryRGoods Mens lists and Shirts1 everything in Underwear Clocks Cupen 0 Over Coats Mackintoshes for men and women and Men and Womenandv 1 Childrens Shoes Rubbers in all Styles Notions Millinery Tablq iu I ens Towels Bleach and Brown Cottons Check Shirting Rdniins Jeans Percales Outings Ribbons Laces Embroideries Dregs Skirts Shirt waists Clinton Cotton Lonsdales China HIISlIlldlJnwllrQ Nothing will be reserved from this Bale So come early and get Jsome of the good value beforethey nreplcktdj Thanking our mnny friends for their liberal patronage anil fr liciting a continuance of the same and wishing you all it iml JiYiinil prosperous New Year we are Yours very truly v J 1 t Mrs LW WILbIAlVIS Clay Gity kyy1i w a iCAThekllJt The Lightes Light R6Ils iL And Flakiest Biscuitors AVO lIndoVh n You UHO it f Pearl and Bakers Pride Flours fv c Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN fcROUT VERSAILLES KY Ii Sold by our Leading Merchants G14 t MU GpURTKEYPitEsioENT J F COXcCtsutiu p Lo i i 1 WLLOITYJATIOML iNK CLAY OITY KY CAPITAL 50000 00 Wo solicit your hUJolins9nndnrcc1rd to d piitors wry nccuniniodrttioit t which their business and responsibility jvarruit Iin t t i Wanted 75000 Pieces of Fr 1 To rappers and Dealers in I It FURSwLI Ji1I Ithlth 1- Those who hiivi sold to nits in tit imsUvil f tlff1r fnir tfassortment and i roinpt iiyiiient Doiif be deeelttdb3 1n1e quoted circulaiv su k 1 j Jh IWaRe CASSIDY I Clay City KyI o I ARE YOU DEAF iANy f HEAD trf j NOISES y ALL CASES OF 7 fiARENOWby our new Invention Only those born deaf are incurable r HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELYK ciF A WERMAN iiIorrMarch loot Gtnlliinen i Being entirely qured of deafncu thauwtoyourtreermeutfwlltnow vsyotiu t3 dlacretlonabout and ths kept on getting euntlPitast r my JiIbest y i rtithenI I then sairyour advertisement Bcc lnlNew York r and ordered ourtreet J sent I few accordlngto your directions tthrnoUcs ceased and t today after five weefeStiny hesrlnir in thedheascdearhasbeen entirely restored 1 thflnk you I y u v a to rJUaio S 1nFWERMANi73ogBroadwayMttlmercldY irIONPtreatrest riorrerrotrluterpetswitfiyowrIKAKrst eccspakerr jZNamtaatton and c tree YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME i- r Wee i i TERNATIO ALAIIRALCLINIC 596LASALLEAYEcttIUAUIlLLae eeJ 0 Y l i J it I yt j 1 t II R 7 M V I I 0 fr TIDE TIMES to ix micert N ALL HOMEMADE PAPER rJJt4 IY THURSDAY JAN 9 1902 Lpc11r nl EV TIIISt Old newspapers for sal6 at this ifllce A i 11t1 Tfio Legislntgro eulivel eel at- Fruiikfott Mtmdnv i J I bW Barnett has inoved Ins ilimily to town i Icliool elci Monday with ilid usual attonbtiieee c A Sampson was down from trHelen Friday Dr H L Ray has beets in town fsGveral days this week Kr Dont forget this cilllce when you need Tiny kind of ToG Printing r T Col JoALTTucker of Win rltestcrjitfsiin town yesterday tstcrl1l1l111 Ifilms All line Peel les returnedi Friday from a veelcs visit to Mt Sterling Ie Notice iir Williams ad in this iuev it will pay jfon to in vCBtig ate Mr YoosleyOf Oarlock Ill is visiting cf in this and Estill o ltye Olios Scott General Passmen 9 ger AXgent1t E Ry was in 0 town yesterday Mr Oarr fhe popular dry goods drummer was seeing tier mer chants Tuesday Miss Josie Johnson of Natural Bridge was visiting in Clay pity e lhttrllt ft1lClrelldAy 8- t tfi1 The 1ittiO a mmtgitth Tear of the Central Hotel has been moved further back Mrs Geo Vaughn of Newport Iyisvisiting her parents Air i and Mrs E N Wilson t Twelve or fiften cases of small poxr trithFseveral exposuresare4 reportedfronvyinchefiter YT iviferot6larkB McPearsoiland family Rev Logan Irvin of Ponce burg spent a few days with hill parents during Christmas4 Quarterly meeting was held zit the Methodist Church at this I place Saturday and8undayV H i Misses Besse ndSnllie Ma1 hone of Winchester were guests J of Miss Laura Enton last week i Frank Hutchinson has raded his property in Piggville to S Es tie for property in the West end Edgar Neal and Siss Maud Sntitliwerelnarrietl by Rev it A IrvinWednesday January IsVr y Mr and MrS II O Lllahbers wlioliave been oii a visit torela L r tiyes in Illinois have returned 1 home if i1a Mrs Sylvia Russell returned Friday front Louisville wjbero Abe had spent rt week visiting I friend8 t rinour last issue we inadvert eutly failed to place Log Licit iSnyorthe correspondence from rW5 J- I mt I ace tf jt LeQLStivttQjivIi E bridge cite Bunter of St Helens paid his t z yr i t Jk tt 1j 11 IvJiI 11 Mv 1 k io i i ri 1 R c ro 14 1 It vq d 11 i rll J Iri t it j best girl at this place a visit dtir ins Chridtnias George W Ly1el1r of s passed tht 1gh town Qn day last Weekwitiladrpv of fewilmndred geese Miss Jodella Sales of Rucker villo Ins entered school at this place Johnny Wright bf Spout spring is tomDi l S ro 1Vi11ches2 tel Was culled hero Tuesday in- Coilsilltationwith Dr Llttlepage intliQ case Jno IL Eaton Misses Dollie Qhrifltophor of Spoutspring and Emma Christo pher of Ford were guests of uightandSUldny Miss Annie L Waldron return edto school atLexington Monday sifter having spent the holidays vlth her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Waldrqn r The PoVell County News has been reduced in size to a five col inset folio It is now an all home print sheet find equals the former size as a local paper A Care forLumbaro 4 W G WilHairisob of iVhiherst Va Pays For more than a year suffered from lumbago A I finally tried Chamberlains Pnln Balm and it gave me entire reliefVhich all other remedies had ftftkd to do Sold ly all dealers in intent med icine jr 2- We have received a vervlwnd sonIc calendar from R 0 Mansfield Son Millers Rosslyn Wo also acknowledge receipt of a beautiful one from Reliance Mfg Co of Winchester REM RKABLE CUBE OF CBOP A little Boys llle Saved I have ft few words to say regarding Chamberlains Cough Remedy aved Diy little life and I fecHhatlcanJot pMiPeitenougb I bought a bottle of It from A E Steere of Goodwin S D and when I got homo with it tho noor baby could hardlybreathe I gave the medicine as directed every ten minutes until hfi threw sipand then 1 thought sure he was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings I am positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine my boy would not be on earth todnyJoel De mont Inwood Iowa For gale by all patent medicine dealers JAVi Mcintosh of Sh Helens who had been visiting Lexington for some days stopped over at Clay City last Mpiulay fora short visit and subscribed for TIlE TIMES To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund the mon ey if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25c 000 The small poi patients five in number will all soon be well No new cases nor exposures Thp disease in less than a week will probably be a thing of the past with ClayCity fThli Blgnaturo Is on ve box ot the genuine Laxative BroolOQuinine Tabieu the remedy that cure a eeld Iae day Do TOB Want a Position in Floridal In commercial industrial or educational jjnes If so address with stiunj for full particulars DEPARTMENT E FlridJi IjiduBtrial Hccprd JIT11 ViJnckBonyllle reeouVlfne of eample8Lfpr edits 1erasLitt do lOnit j t1 y l 4 N f1 o k I f 1 01 f tJ ji rF It i rrr t 10 J sale tibf rci hoiiBo and Tesilei f6B Bin another cOl null trKiiM esirable place randynlire CiilYtt i canjpf Caper tort W r i rived liQre this morning to bola tho bedside of her fatKcroiiM H Eaton who contirlned C lrJw Vm F M arid D N Witt twojoRiiar citizens of Sams E ouity was in the burg ono la t week and fa vend the TislEs with a pleasant callwlhleltr r Ilgv JojMrVngH p r of tlftJlCUrtJaifprSi me1 leasure to recommend ChatnllijrlgirigCo11c Cholera and DfarrbodR Remedy I have usecllt and know others who JiaVd never knowp io faili Ear s by all Patent Medicino Dealers leI Miss Lizzy Lisle and and Rob ert White and wife and Coley Mahone of W jychesterj and Miss Emma White nf Richmond quests Of tlieklisseslatonduring- the holidays Cash Grays s the notorious horse thief Jib paid his respects to this section four years ago when Asa Sriowden as shot a cross the river from this place by one of the officers through mia take has been captured in Misi sburi and returned to this State for trial J Sometime Jgo my daughter caught a sever cold She corn plained of pains in her chest and had a bad cpugliJ gaVe her Chamberlains Cough Rmedy according to directions and in two days she was well and able to go to school I have used this remedy in my family foij the past seven years and h I over known it to- failrsays Jrit4e3 Prendergalt merciantlr tl1mnfcDt West India Isla ds Tin pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Chamberlains Cough Remedy It counteracts any tendency of cold toward pneumonia For sale by all Dealers In Patent Medicines The most valuable quarter section of land in the Irorld is probably that of Beaumont Texas upon which aro locaeed the great oil wells Two years ago this trnct would have 1iee icnr at 830 per acre while todayfiit is valued at 00000000 t CounoW1Weet I1g reg of the City Council otjphe present year was held All the members weroUpresent Mayor Terry presidotTho leportsof the Police Juile and Chief of Police was readiyarid accepted The Trcasu er7l1port showed a balance in of 1822 An otdillq jwas enacted raising saloon 800 per annum oj 1000 Frank Ernest and JpbniRihgo woro ap pointed a conjnuftea to look after the condition omho Streets R B Moore TviBlcCormick and H G BurgKer w r appointed a special committee fl6cato a new road to cross HiWSvYerTjorow the dam thJ18d9n ay with the I ge lieusualnumbor- of claims weMr e4 M H Courtney wapleiyted Treasurer aud JF pox City Geo Goosey wig aqfiiJf of Po Igoeahave to bailed O1t iallly It t f Y iOf Follow the rocession- TO f j TICr- vNerH3ork ri1JiII x Race Store KEPT BY A KBARNETTSONr CLAY CITY STANTON KY Who claim to ho headquarters for all kinds of merhandise at the Lowest Cash Prices that FirstClass goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 200rPearlf1 220 rY Superfineii f 180iSoda 12 pounds for 25 cents 1 As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Clothing we defy all competition We buy our goods driect from New 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- sYours Al E1 BARNETT SON LtIs illptoYouWhether you pay a high price for a mediumclass work or a Medium Price for HighClass Work If you want a IIigh Class Work at medium price go to WEBB0 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 i you ought to pay for it whether you deal 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CO LOUISVILLE KY By SpeciiArrangementsY- ou can get THE TIMES end tli- eTwiceaWeek ConrierJonrnal Both one Year for Only One dollarThis is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combjim tion offer muutbe sent through this office j Q 1 iMt Y 0- 4f C- 4- I 0 J V w It is not dfclcuit tomHersfand why some fail in farming not a fewof those found iii this busi ness are wholly unfitted for it They never seem toltnow how to f their land 4ei Iiortlloit cows their 11lre monor They pay iirirst cost tuxes and labor- on three acres to keep a cow whbii one acre will do just as ellor better They keep six lidrses in stabling feed and har ness when four could do as well they ke pcowsithnt give 600 gallons ofmilk or 150 pounds of butter in a year when by better breeding and better feeding they could easily double the production The extra horses and cows and the lack of suitable arrange ments require an extra number of hands Mow headwork On the purl of the masterwould en able fewer lien to do more and better work every wayHome- and Farm fNOTICE- I have recently purchased the so da fountain and business in gener al of C E Curry and when the season opens will be ready to supply the people with the usual refreshments 1 G Easter Senator Blackburn says he is having nothing to do with the present senatorial contest in Kentucky but that he would like to see Judge Oantrill win In an interview in Washington he iz thus quoted talaiil keeping entirely out of the fight I have no part in it whatever nor will I have any thing to do with each of the candidates and most of their supports are friends of mine and I will have nothing to do with the contest It is well known thatI would personally prefelwnio1i1friend Judge Oantrill to win as we have been lifelong friends and felow towns men But further than that I have not gone nor do I intend to gof 4W- ANTEISeveml persons of character and good reputation in each state one in this county required to represent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Sala ry 18 00 weekly with expenses add tionalnll payable in cash each Wednes day direct from head offices Horse and carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Manager 310 Oax ton Building Chicago It is said that scores of cattle are dying in Woodford county from a disease the cause of which is a mystery Most of the cattle affected have beon fed upon corn fodder and the first theory was that they were pois oned by corn smut which is at present upon the stalks in un usally large quantities this year Another belief is that the animals died from eating too mach dry feed without enough salt and water The farmers are at a loss to know the real cause and the individual losses are begins ning to be serious Perfection ia a word that cannot be applied to many products but wlienit is used to identifyKerrs- best flour It expresses a truth Five Hundred now corporations filed articles in the office of time Secretary of Stator luring time jnistyear Eve complained that she had nothing to wear and her daughters have been working the same old plaint ever since 0TheClay City LumborStave Co contemplates a Livery and Feed stable Jan11902 They have jnstciin 1 lNted anew barn ft 3 i La 4 r t Everj the dSMloesnt dog HI inrtns ooWtBwrJwtil he is given aPotntef Bert a aatiad Wanted rt SB BE iiatiWin this county male SaStfecthB Florida Industrial Be toMgSjota various de partynolaprfo satisfactory partipulArs llE1iAtTlxx + Florida Iafllirial Record- Jaekroiivflle Fla n MOTUEJIThe greatest ambition qfAmer ican men and wften Is to havo homos blessed yl children The woman Uwfth fcmalo dls ease Is conytandlaenaceilwith becoming a cWJHfcss wife No mcdicino oartAfostaro toador grins but 11file fCIllIu1 does regulata derangements that pro vent conccptioli i does prevent miscarriage 16cs store weak functions and shattorcd nerves and does brinahlinbles to homes yearsWinohealth and strength to boar heal gctadol1nrtwill your dealer WIREar ARDW173 Diare treat 1901InofThodfordmarried fifteen 7canand had never given birth ia child until I tootWise antmotherotaftnebabylI1rlwhlah The toarteeaponnda and I le1Nowbe without Wino ot nlulln my house again MtrJW0SMITII 1tImclrmrtOiutMUli M CllJltlNlTI 9 B B BST- wI1 SiIllIDonsHarnwareCo St LoupMo will make re throith this section Freightequalizedwith Louisville uncLGiricihnati houses ir Clay CitpotdJT H EATON Propd Table guppliedlwith the best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rat j1 t 8lO per day I Bluegrass rTseries I FALL 11001 1fi Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines1 Smnlljiriiks Aspara gus and evervthingfor 0iclinrd Lawn and Garden1Ve sell direct at right priceRtot1i6aanterand have no agents on application jjjlf H F HILLBrfflEYER LEKINGTOtKYa9Y F JtiioYEA1 S- IPENIENCE t IvAOSE CoM MAMI eInaossgea uSnUeL L s t- aliY n 71- Meltli Haw witk+t 3dtAt- wpfswsiy o l 7y c iHfID J L JLittlepage i SohtI X y Dealers nfj Pure Drugs Patent MedicineSiIsand 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