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TTIE CIAY L TY ft TIMESr 1 or a t1 a hfy l it I r J 1 ii It l li r n- l I 5D Cents J lcar I iliane 1 1 oaf ejci help Clay llytSnrr9unJing Countrraa4 0urseh rs E J ClSlIrjblrJr Publisher II 14OI Jta CLAT CITY KY TJ3HJKSDAY i JANIJA11Y 1ij102 j JST0 21School Report Tho following istlte roll oth 1 or of tho Clay City Graded School us shown by the December exam ination SEVKXTH GRADEBird Wilson U8J Pearl Baker 110 SJxTiIG RAhgCltlutlcgnrrotY- GenQrn Ahliis Ol l DornsMize J tus FIFTH GKADB A Kiltie Tipton OBi Eva Brown OtfJ1 lee Lit tie mge 9G i FiKTitGnADEB MnryShimfes sel00jh Viola Brown Omit Oui da Litelepage JoJi FOURTH GRADE Viola Courtney Otis Penrlio Webb 05 Rodi Hey 11irofb2 i THIRD GRADE II erbert Wnl droii JJJ Dannie Anderson flU Grace Shitnfcssel OU SECOND GRADE AJessc1Jrush- OJ j Dora Brown 02 SECOND GRVDK itsitid Walter 14J Harry Bissell 91 Pinkie Hiley 02J i FIRST GRADErJames Bojley Alonzo Perkins 8H Allen Rose I f 1 J 1tIt 1 J n verageof- no or over are Lilv Jackson Charley Maple alit Trace Rus sel in itch tdei Butler Herron Torn Mounts and Lizzie JMize 111i 5th grade Mary Graham in rth IlmleBJumesMoorein4th gringo HOVT ADAMS LuiaDERRiOKBox Teachers t SvAVA IJSSEILj Jj t f J r w1Cref flii Luther Martin coldSnin Shimfesjcl a mare for SG50 ItW vKico and family of Win chester uro visiting relatives hew this week IEducate BookKeepfogiBustaessPHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting Addma WILBUR R SMITH LEXINCTON KY For elrculir of his araoni end rwponilbl COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Atrnrdrd Medal nt World Exposition Ittfen to tmionnda of Ira natH In position CMtofFult IHilnpu Canna Inclndlnf f about 90 ShorthandTpptrWlitioghadTdtgtaphp8paciallitsaa NoTaratlon Enter now III order ro hate runt IBera reach a addreaa only WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky Aofc KVuNcJv IWrmUv rvmiraw tVWajO art Uiii nearly ion ituJratt in ttlndanct AI pear eoooioooeeeooeeooeeeoe e I 4 Modern Briftting 1 J Wliieh we 11i tiSMhdern PrHe fins an indlvilptlltye Abontiit eat mund Attetltmn e Iii1 y i jfI On that next order of 1iiltln n S WJIt illatlittIg tin I Ara Y1 B nOllcilrir you o Try Uri once jS Sim s ri1S- poutspr i ig Ky J1 h aihDPJ J i1 h J 1 I i p 1 F Mrs IG Yivlpii visited her par entsMrund Mrs Scot near Stanton last week UruLeTlioiniis sold n horuo ti Sira Puckett for 85150 Ho nisi bought ono mule fronr Dick King for 8110 The sale of James White Incens ed Saturday was Well attended and every thing sold well Jack Parker rented the place for 840- Chilff Howard has rented a por Hun of the Will tleflin farm and will move to same the first of March Dttiiglns Crow has rented the farm now occupied by Howard The clothing of Goebel the two yeuroldisWoriMD Salyer of Jetrer caught lire from the gratelast Monday and thr foUo wpu burned t tloath- Uefore hit pArentc who v ere in aiiadjoining rfloiu could rescue liiuiutr e y i Iflountnhn Schools The large number of acade inIIll years gives evidence of the fact that this part of tho State is rap ftllycoMtife to the front fir the matter of education Within a radiusuf thirty miles there are no less than a dozen good preparatory schools ono ot two good colleges the cirriculum of which will Compare favorably with any similar institution in I n lnr1 It o gijod acancinies ono fit Buriuiig Springs near Manchester in the very heart of the feud country Here are gathered together the decendants of the Howards anti Bakers the Philpots and Irifiins striving earnestly for the light of educationIn county also fatuous for its feuds is Hyden Academy where young people am being fitted to eater the large colleges of 0111 Stat It is ubder the control of Presbyterians In Belle county at Pincville j the Baptists have recpntly built a new college which is having remarkably gool success A Ihov also hftVo an instifufibn in Ihitley county the Will inniBburg institute In Laurel cotinfyat London the Methodists have tho Sue Ben fiott Memorial School + At Corhiu Whitley county the home of the Shotwells there are two academies one under the controlof the Christian hurch Qlhtrihtfll ttnty n lnt Jncksoitaf t- 1t DnrHoluvillc1 h yintnty a now 4ellegew s M opeji l this week kly the Baptists Here is also Union College winchranks t hi Aho bast ogle cs iIhe- btitioltluluahss than a dozen years old In fficttlforcfare lw v coun- tle5 l1 o h4 State which besides the lmhijcs hoola hnyelut It gaol ncu1cnly or col liege Louisviltb Prts Tiuftiiihyille JH1U Nashville eafningR for the fourth week pf Dec itihcr increased SSOOS ami- dfroalJuly I1uuerensed12T2000 J Pf t f 1t Y 1 Senators By Direct Vote Many of th politicians Con gress are worl dM over the head way that a moyeiiient for a con vention tojproffie amendments to tho Ol lull of the U S has made mill are tnking steps to trylhhcn ttrK off al though the icvemeutI ad secured so much Ifeulway before they found if finfffait they are not- cert jUCCf1S Prolmhlv not tiums1IIII hettilotl providing that est of twothirds rislatures Congress jjr the holding of a oflil rII whichshnll lake frl jTvhon rli f1cl by throe fourths of thiSfuto8 It is under this clause tnjr the Constitution that tluincwfent is pushed and it iflM Kjtkthat shrewd orgnnizntii d it Alread Y the leglsl f six States MchignJ1 tile Montana Oregon IdacInlid Nevada hove notified Cmtg ress of their wish for a constitutional convention anti more uremtrting The leg islatures of yrty States have declllrer inf ivof a constitu tional ainendiffitntfor the election of Senators bvk direct vote and that is tlieiti is in front in the 1Lsellt movement although evdr knows that if such a coo ntion were hold itworlc wotfil not be Ihiiitcd to one amendment That is why the politicians lira alarmed at the movement The Winchester Huilwiiy Light and Ico Company hue organized with Judge E S Jouett PIVM dent M T Alcs ldowney Vice President John K Gi r ler Secy and J M Piekrell Treasurer The capital sloik is tlOOOOO The new company has bought the present electric tho Martin 11COlIstructlOl any nnd also the street r Hi The latter is now operhiS BBRrsf power but a trolley linebe built nt once A big ice plnniiwjU also be built Stops the Coughand Works off the Cold Lakative Hronio Quinenu Tablets cure a cold in one tiny No cure no pay Pice 25 cents cr Lexington Eastern EyAli Jis IRtTatltxlQj 4 J Dully ongjun Mly exSun stilt lOna 4U M a Ai L Lv Lexington ji10 WiIlChc8tQt 2 2t- o g 11 3 r R37 ClayCi340 r 913 Stanton tIf3al 98i- i Daturtil f1Ht- o Torrent i31 1008t- o Ileattyvilleiutl M 100- ArJaokson4OAI 1130 tIlT notSII Kd 3 No 1 Daily ex Sun Dully ex Sun Stations PJIt vAiiaij Lv Jncluon 120 025 trltttt t 1I1tl1J1Q lV l20 lWeit 239 1 1 1ntutil Jhdc252 801 Stnnton 328 828 83oiVilnclicrtiT c 410 Oj83 Artestlngton i50r lp10- J R RUtH c ditASSctiW len llannger len fags Agt T U tOROAjJ Sol Ill88 Agt a i r 1- ti SuicidesIto increase in Tho total number reported says an ex change for time year 1001 is 7215 as compared with 0755 in 1000 and5 loin 1800 Of this total for lust Cif 5j850 were males and 15505 females which curiously shows the same proportion of nearly live males to one female for several years past Physicians as usual head the list a mong professional men tho rec ord standing Physicians au attorneys 10 clergymen 10 hankers 0 journalists 0 college pro fessors 1 Poison continues to he the most common agency in committing suicide 11106 killed themselves with poison 2470 by shooting 014 by hanging 5113 by drowning U50 by cutting their throats 58 by jumping from roofs and windows 55 by throwing themselves in front locomotive engines 27 by stabbing 23 by lire 11 J y dynamite and 0 by starving Gov James IL McCreary was elected to the United States Senate by th Legislature Tuesday receiving in the Senate 25 to 1a for Do hoe unil in the hou e 74 to 20 for Deboe Totals For McCreary JG for Deboe 20 A joint session to confirm the vote will nbt be ncpsnry and it is now Senntor elect M i Creary The Old Folk Stephen FosierWfilMJi 4 as once passing through Kentucky and while the stagecoach was stop ping at a way side inn to change horses Foster stood near watching the operation with some degree of interest The darkies were slow and lazy chattering in the manner and dialect peculiar to themselves Finally one deploring his hard lot slid I wish I was hack to the old folks at home Where was that asked another The first rejoined Vny down upon theSwannee The novelty of the words caught the quick ear of the poet lIe recognized in them ant in the theme they suggested an appro prints subject for a song and one eveningwhen he reached his des tination he wrote both the music The song toucheda chord fuitime humane heart and that over one hundred thousand copies were sold in the next five years Even now no song reminiscence is dearer to the public that the familiar strains of Way Down upon the Swanneo Itivcr Exchange The Oldest Woman Robertson county can probably lay claim to having theoldest woman of any county in this sec tion in tho person of Mrs Mahula Bales widow of the lath Major Bales She lives on five Lick with a crippled daughter stud recently passed her lOUth birthday Her maiden name was Dotson She is iii the enjoyment of splendid health does all her own household work and cares for her laughter and can walk two or three miles at a stretch without resting Mt Olivet TribuneDemocrat prophetAsaihpre Mitm 84 and several days of toro weather inthis months 7 1 r Mr A A Powell a traveling salesmen and Miss Mattie Kerlin daughter of a prominent farmer of Oldjmm county married at Lag range Friday The groom stands seven feet seven inches in height and is known till over the State as the Kentucky giant while his bride a handsome Jittle lady measures only four feet five inches in height A paper in an Illinois town re dates that a woman went to the telegraph office mull informed the operator that her husband had gone to Chicago to get a motto for u Sunday school but she had forgotten to tell him the inscriptions or how large the motto was to be She then wrote a tclagram to him containing the needed information and handed it to the operator It read My demur Frank Sarratogn Hotel Chicago Unto us a child ta horn S feet long nnd two feet wide European industrial sharps are now saying that American work ingmen are overfed almost to gluttony In time they will probably discover thht it is this overfeeding that makes tin American workingmen the most intelligent in the world and that is giving America the industrial supremacy of the world A Fonter For Inventors If you wish your patent business properly anti promptly done send it to SvlftCo Patent Lawyers opposite U S Patent office Washington D C They have no dissatisfied client Write I them for their confidential 1uttr A I postal curd whTmlngTt niiiVnVntny bo worth money to you See their nil else whore in this paper Oflice seeking in Venezuela is not as active an industry as in this country The employes of that government hilvo received no salaries for six months Oil in paying quantities was struck in Floyd county last week a wellWII struck at only l00 feet which it is claimed will produce 700 borrels or more per laytWAXTKD Sovornl persons of ohul rat ter nnd Hood1fllUlntioll in each stilt one in this county required to repre sent old established wealthy business house of solid llnnncinl itniuliiiK Sulti ry f18 00 weekly with expenses nddi tlonnl nil payable in cash each Wednes tiny direct from brad offices I gorse and carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Manager 310 Cax ton Building Chicago Farm hol Sale Farm of 50 acres all bottom land at Walters Ferry 2 miles from Clay City with good dwelling of 0 rooms and all necessary outbuildings Cis tern convenient to house Will hi sold at a bargain J W TIITOX Clay City Ky Try our cough mixture Best in time world 25cent8 for 4oz IL Lit tlepage Son IltOKKSSIONAI CAHDS ILNNIINN111N11ININMNN1M4 INM1NM 1NLIN R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Dr C B DICKSO- NDENTIST CLAY CIra KY i i h 0 l h THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TtlUItSDAr J E Burgher Jr Pirtillsher Sntscription Rates SO Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Application mnde for entry inthe 0 y City Ky post ince at atsecondiclnss rates Clay City Ky Thursday Jan 0 t CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES and CourierJournal fclOO Cincinnati Enquirer 100 U Louisville Commercial 75 41 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK We ore authorized to announce Mr W T STRINGER of Clay City as a can didate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party SPOUTSPRINQ- Russol Crow who has been sick for sometime is improving- Mr nnd Mrs Albert Crow gave the ypnng folks a hop Tuesday nightLogan King is visiting relatives in Madison county this week IrvjneIth on ness 4 PfOiPryor is building a dwell ing house on his farm near this placeD McKinney and W E Bryan made a business trip to Irvine Friday Rev B S Burgher visited in r Clark county the latter part of weekMrs Win urn of Sams is visiting her mother Mrs Mat tie Blanton Joe Cosby and wife were visiting P C Pryor and wife the first of the week There will be services at the Methodist Church Saturday night und Sunday Mrs J H Dawson of Stanton is visiting her father D McKinney this week George Gravett and family of Locknane are visiting relatives here this week Tom Christopher who was very sick for a few days last week has about recovered Eld N Mclntosh filled his reg ular appointment at Bowen Sat urday and Sunday r MondnyNlprobably make his future 7homeMorgan McKinney and wife of Vaughns Mill were guests of the folmers brotho J F McKin t ney Sunday Mr Floyd Wills and sister of Bowen visited Miss Bessie Bar nett and brother Asa the first of the week Albert1 Crow has rented the widotyJohn Frenchs farm on Little and will move to same the first of March Herbert Ileflin of near Win chesfer vas here tholnstof the 1 r 4sf week Mr Heflin was talking something about moving hackle- this community We trust he will do so J H Dawson hind a horse to get lose last Tuesday from the mail carrier coming from Irvuie and strayecllawny and was not found until Friday His brother J W Dawson hind drove the horse to Millers Creek and was sending it back home by the mail carrier Kerrs Perfection it beats all Dont Believe It It is being circulated through the country that I have or will quit selling goods This is a false state went and IJwantthe peopleto know that I have not quit dont expect to quit boot and am prepared to sell you good goods at low prices and ask you for a liberal share of your trade and will do oil in my power to give you more goods for the Barrie money than any merchant or company in the country Vf G Patrick Irvine Notes From the Leader Luther Park and Frank Con gleton left last week for Louis ville to attend a medical college Alfred Land left Monday for Louisville where he will enter medical attendance This is his second year there The incoming officers took on themselves the habiliments pf office and donned their robes at the temple of justice Monday The matrimonial fever so prevalent during Xmns times has very much subsided not one license being issued the past week n of the prospe- ro ie mis village is the scarcity of houses Recently two new dwellings were erected and there were four applicants to renteach house A look at the quarterly report of the Williams Bank will con vince any doubting Thomas that this county is enjoying a season of prosperity The bank has proven a great convenience to the people as well as a paying in stitution to its promoters and of ficialsSaturday night last burglars broke into the general stores of M BI Miller and FR Davidson and the saloon of Powell Bros Theytook a quantity of shoes clouting and jewelry among whiiih were two valuable watch es and several dosen knives and scissors from the store of Mr Mil ler and rings etc from David sons The saloon suffered to the to the tune of fifteen gallons of best whiskey They effected an entrance to the stores by using a glass cutter with which they cut an opening in the window pane laage enough to admit the hand the rest being easy They have not yet been caught IOa The directors of the Stardard Publishing Company of Lexing ton Ky whichowrisrthoSouth ern Sdiool Journal has declared an 8 dividend upon its capital stock this dividend to be paid out of the net earnings of the company for the year 4801 It is the only stock in Lexington paying eight per cent this year JO per cent could have been paid but the directors think it best to told a good reserve The list of bouifide paying subscribers has been increased to nearly Jive thousandGirls deal A abouttbnt 1 5 j feelinout it is not until they n e Anil the ba by keeps then awake nights that tliey really know what it is Notice I wish toseU my Dwelling and Store House containing a well selected stock of goods with a nice trade done built Situated on Main Street One of the most desirable stands in ClaytGJjrj Ky Terms easy For fur her cartJculars ap ply to J Wins tfThe ofjtheUnfted States spend at leasr 1600600000 a year for drink and about 5080 000 a year flit Foreign Missions There are i as man lystinn people in UiisJand n are drinking le given in thisconhnMissions ih eighty d not pay the drink 1 merican people fo 100 Rewa The readerofthtl- eased to liarn thBt t- east one dre didfUsenso science hws been blJ0 curetin all its stages and S HanICotllr 1f C e is theo ly positive cure k to the frn- ternitv Ca g a constitutional digens te conctiui tiotial treatni las Catarrh Cure Is token lally acting directly upon tlr nod and Inn coils surfaces qMno system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and the patient strength by building up the coned tution and assii tng nature in doing its worki The properties have so mu faith in its curative powers that theyoffer One Hun dred Dollars fOr any case it tails to cure Send fnilfrt of testimonials ChepeyCnToledo Halls Family P11U are the h- estW1 persons of charac ter and good reputation in each state one in this county required to represent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Ssla ry 18 00 weekly with expenses addi tional nil payable in cash each Wednes day direct from head offices Horse and carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose velfaddresged stamped envelope Manager 310 Cax ton Building Chicago The TIMES for thenews MACHI SHOP T ALL Machines paired We Keplj tockISteamFittinlJBfilting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD =Gasoline Engines In a 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known powerfpr farmers nnd others trheprellon le printed Ii drhn br a HaganZsgtn- eL T LEAS HAGMWIH- CHESTBB KY RESTAURANT MEALS flT Ala HOURS 4 Fresh Oysters tad Fish Arfdll line For6igiand flames tic Fruitp OmngesV Lemons Bananas Apples and Etc S J A E SON TYt1YI a I llNewu Mid Winter ClosingOut Sale 1 From the ibt of JANUARY to the let of MAUOir we wilt sell everything in orirplemlid ckot merchandise AT COST in order to make room for Spring Goods and to reduce our stock before stocktaking whiclrnill begin onthe first of March next Everything H jo in this sale Clothing Dress Goods Dry I Goods Hens hats and Shirts everything in Underwear Cloaks Cape Over Coats Mackintoshes for men and women and Men and Women uIIIIChildrens Shoes Rubbers in nil Styles Notions Millinery Table Lin ens Towels Bleach and Brown Cottons Check Shirtings DeniniBi Jeans Percales Outings Itihhons Lacen Embroideries Dress Skirts Shirt waists Canton Cotton Lopfidales China tlnus find Tinware Nothing will Iw reserved from this sale So como early nl1gIsome of the good values beforethoy are picked s Thanking our ninny friends for their liberal patronage and so i liciting continuance of the slime and wishing you till a happy and prosperous New Year we are Yours very truly Mrs JW WILLIAMS Clay City Ky y The Whitest White CakefThe Lights Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuitr J r- Are tuudc Vben You Une Pearl and Bakers Pride Flours Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed + MANUFACTURED BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 5v54 J t M il COURTNEYPuEsiDENT J F COX CAsiftvuiI i CLAY CITY NATIONAL BW M l OJOnAY CITY 3vY CAPITAL 50000 00 We solicit your business and accord to depositors every accumniodation which their business and responsibility VnrruntI itl r l Wanted 75OOO Pieces of Furf l To Trappers and Deiets in tt FURS 111 1 Remember that I am still il1thEnllr et and this seasolbotteroj than ever prepared to pay you full value for r k Al Kinds of Fur Sk rl si1 Those Who havn gold to mo In the past will testify to my fair assortment and prompt paynienL Loiitbe deceived by iniM1 i quoted circulars W R CASSIDY Clay City Ky ivI ARE YOU DEAF ANY t HEAD J r NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE tby our i new invention Only those born deaf are Incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY R A WKRMAN OF BALTIMORE 9AY9 tr+ D Mush 30 loot t7eafkmea Being csUrel cured or detneu thtAuioyourtratment will noW BiTe XotI r M tmycasetobeuedatyourdlscretlonAbout and thU kept on letting wore until I IeIt 1 myheeriuginthisearentirel I II a treatment catArrh for three month wllbout anyaucceN consulted a numtJtiberof among others the most eminenhaupedallit of who told e ifIioJonly an operation could help me and eren Ui t tem rllythatlhebeadselaeawonIt then hearing in the affected ear would be lost t z thena dyertlkD1 lIt aNew Yorkrpspetload ordered beat 4t r meat ftcrl halwedltonlyrewoLly o flllug wOUr noiac iand t iyouY6eartidyandbegtoremain ij Our treatment doe otiHteifereMitthyour Usual occuptttten- f J and T HAIIEt fre 1 YOU CAICUHE YOURSELF ft eeWTEHWATIWIAL AURAL CLWH359eUSALUAV C lCAlt ILL t S k 4a 4 J f JIi j I t 5 14- AJ Wyr 4it J 1 ESjAN AM HOMEMADE PAPER CLAY CITY THURSDAY JAN 16 1902 =LOCAL BREVITIES Thog Ogden JrbfSnbw Greek SaturdayII Friday gladdening theboys as it passedi i Fas F McKinney was overt from Spoutspring Saturday on business Eld J T Turpin filled his stand at Powcll s Valley Satur dry and Sunday Mr Wesley Garrett returned this week from an extended vis it to Bourbon county John McKinney returned Saturday from an extended business tripto the mountains W A Hoskin visited his dau ghter Mrs Elkin at Viena lust Thursday and Friday Mrand Mrs James Corey of Clark county was visiting here the last of the week Louis Puckett a valued sub scriber bf Iron Mound was here yesterday on business IN Orsborne a stock dealer of lolot View was observed on tho streets Saturday + Eggs have been exceptionally high and scarce on this market for the past Sew weeks A E Barnett Son havemov ed their store from Stanton and I combinen the two stores t y Martin Bailey has put upn residence in the rear of his mill und shop and moved into sane A vtiluable corrspondence from Evornnntuwn was misplaced in this nflico and cnn not be publish 1edTJie Sundayschool teachers nieoting will be held this week un Friday night at MrstJ B Ea tonsT Warmouth Hose have pur chased the Proctor saloon prop irty for 750 where theynre now conducting a saloon Mr and Mrs H 0 Oluun ers were visiting Mrs Bloom Friday Thpy will in a few weeks move to northern Missouri and make their future home there wn Hawkins witlithe H E Butiklin Co of Chicago ltBiJI town yesterday s llingJtlt QJn pUhys famous remedies He iiiude a contract with us to ad 4 vertise the companys pre para tines p Win F Schoolor and T B Thrash have leased the Morgan cnuntyMessengeratWestLibertyMr licariwlule Mr Thrash is just the opposite Its safe to predict the papers politics John S Daughetee n Valueable subscriber of Winonijic lndthi8 week sends fincin rcnc- wulofthia subscription tptlio iI q vfcj iDaugheteo has been a regular subscriber to this paper for a 4iuinber of years t Ela f lttUf1t ltnf Snflttt to pimattvasJn towltaShort whilp t f Monday morning Ho Ayns on xft Jos vnyhome froth qwoJworf r il tiNIii 1lcon tb Jill m y- n14 iJf fM Ir i rCni tik F IAlkL t fI I Jhi7 t I 1 appointment as pastor of the church there AVP Walton has purchased the controlling stock of the Lex ington Morning Democrat and has became its editor Mr Wal ton is splendid newspaper man and the Democrat will thrive un der his management I A Cure for lumbago W G+ Williamson of Amherst Va Pays For more than a year I suffered from lumbago J finally tried Chamberlains Pain Hilm and it gave mo entire relief whichall other remedies had failed t do Sold by all dealers in patent med icine John W Elkin has moved his family to Iron Mound Estill coun ty where he will take charge of a store Mr Elkin is a splendid hand in a store and will make the business at Iron Mound hum We regret Mr Elkins removal from our town 1 lU1S1preacells Valley is now stationed at Claremore I T In speaking of his location he says We have a fine work here I have succeed ed in building a parsonage here at a cost of 1000 and a church house at Ohelsia at a cost of 2 000JtEKARXAlLECURE 07 CROUP A Little Boyg Life Saved I have a few words to say regard ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy It saved my little boys life and I feel that 1 can not praise it enough I bought n bottle of it from A E Steero of Goodwin S D and when I got home with it the noor baby could hardly breathe I gave the medicine as directed every ten minutes until he threw upand then I thought sure ho was going to choke to death We had tb 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 todayJoel De sutebyloll lE B Harris who cone to this a little over two years ago ands started a paper at Pine Grove later at Paint LickGraQ fonburg Junction City Irvine Winchester and then took an in torest in the Carlisle Courier has made his exit from thTsStato go to Indiana Strajige to saynt each place he succeeded in par tinIly building up a good business but each timeto abandon except nt the two latter places whore he was succeeded in busi ness Some people seem to be hunting strangers to accord their favors and business i To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund the mon ey if it fails to cureE W Groves signature is on each box the 0110 Hollo Whats the matter Wit Ute Western womeni The Northwestern Uuiversityat Ohicagoi is gping to abolish its woinans College of Medicine j lThin illll1turol on every box of the genulai Ltxatiye Jlr mo QubilBeIbleU fie remedy that e ftII a cold IB one day Do Xou Want aPodtloninPlorida In commiicml Industrial fir educi tioiwl lines Bouddresa with stamp for fnllimrtlciiIiiM tt DEPI1illIIENtr Florida Industrial Record i iThcicsonville JJa C Jineiof samplesforscuts ilX iittlepqge SonI 1 I f 1 4 ii 1t 7- in J Thcsmn aJnts were nil dismissed Monday having fully recovered from the disease The liouBec1 thing and etc wore thoroughly fumigated There is no danger of it spreading from this house and it is hoped that the disease will not again visit usSince the above has been set in type Andrew Powell has broken out with the disease He was imnediatelyttken charge of and now There are a number ofexposures it is fear ed but all rest assured that every effortwill be made by the Board of Health to prevent the spread of thedisease It is in a very m orm wo are glad to say JYirigling pastor of the 8t M E Church MdI1IlVs It- t pleasure to recnm tons Colic Cholerar Remedy I have now others who have h if to fail For sale by tent Medicine Dealers John W Vaughn of Phoenix Arizona and G W Vaughn of Sentinel Arija sends 50c each andsubscri he TIMES We learn that glen and fam ily are dtliwell in their Western lioilu ut still like to hear from old Kentucky once in a whileI What helps one helps all The thing to do is to stand together and help one another Help the town and you will help yourself the prosperity of one is the pros perityof all Pull down your neighbor and you hurt yourself Puta wire across the path of pro gress and you will break your own neck Jump on the rich man and youll be poor ideed Oppress tlieppor and youllsuf- r from poverty Be hopeful big hearted broad guaged There is nothing that hurts the town the people and the business more than the presence of a narrow contracted cross between the glue pot and a vinegar barrel who never spends a dollar for his or any other ones comfort Ex Some time ago my daughter caught a s cold She com plained of nndJhad a baiH 1 I gave her Chamberlairi Remedy ac cording to dictions and in two days she was w llnndnblo to go to school I fiavejused this remedy In my family j fur tho past seven years and luiv nover known it to failsays James Prendergust merchant Annato Buy Jamaica Weal India Islands The pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Chamberlains Cough Remedy Iticountcracts any ten dency of cold toward pneumonia For sale by all Dealers In Patent Medicines ts1 Politics yilifdjnvery well for a little ex i in a while but them I wuo it for a regular occupationmust expect to do moat of traveling over a rough road in a Springlcss ve hicle The mosKvalu jible 4tlurtetspJtieu- of land in the probablyithat of Rs upon whIch are lockeed thq great oil wellaIvo years ski go tlilB7trnct would have beenAdear nt 8tO per acreAwhile todiy it is valued at OQ ObO000 J 7 nt forge oflcetvlianyou tinting i Follow the ProcessionI TO TH1 New York t Racket Store KEPT B- YAE BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY Who claim to he headquarters for all kinds of merhandise at the Lowest Cash Prices that FirstClans goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 220 PearlU 240 Superfine II 200 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth ing we defy all competition We buy our goods driest from New Yorkmake the prices right allow you top prices for all kinds of producepay Cash for Railroad Ties So call andsee how much money is saved in dealing with u- sYourp A E BARNETT 1 SON 1 sir Its Up to You Whether you pay a high price for a mediumclass work or a Medium Price for HighClass Work If you want a lUghClass York at medium price go to WEBB t I Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and adjusted at reasona ble prices Ho is headquarters for the Mail Order Business For anything you want especially Watches and Jewelry When you want to buy anything consult WEBB he will tell you what you ought to pay for it whether you deal with him or n- otw T rroma I I I Main St opp Depot Many a poor man has made the discovery that marriage is a gov ernment contract I A Good Recommendation I have noticed that time sale on Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have used those who have once used them says Mr J II Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What better recommendation could any medicine have than for people to call Tor it when again in need of such a rem edJfry them when you feel dull after eating when you have a bad taste in your month feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to he delighted with the prompt relieftheyattbrd For sale by Dealers in patent medicines f G- f1 J Y e a 0 Old newspapers for sale at this office Sold by all Newsdealers FurnUhom MonthlytontfJoveraof Muslea volt vnlnmo of New Compositions by muiitvopalarauthuri 04 Pages Of PianO PlUSIC 10 II Instrumental 21 Cannilele Pieces for llano and 22 Pages of Musical Literature Once a Month for 25 Cents Yearly Subscription 200 Six Months 100 In one year you get nearly 800 Pages of Muilc comprbluu 232 Complete PleceaforthoPIano- It bought In any tnuilo taro at onehallott- would cost G300 If you wiiisend u the name anrt addreM of Five performers on the Piano orgrgaewowlllseaa youaiamplecopy F- rJW PEPPER Publisher Eighth A LocuatSta Philadelphia Ps- t i V r How About 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his pil jjriinnge here belowHawesville Phiilulealer z No sensible iilan will get tend because a newspaper man asks h onlY due A dun is not an impeachment of a subsori her8 necessity For instance a thousand owe a puhlislior front one to four dollars each He has to ask them all to help pay eXpenes Instead of getting an gry and stopping his paper the subscriber might thank the pub lisher for waitingon him so pn tiently and exert himself borrow money on Inter tiif necessary to pay up when lack of the funds owed by delhjqticmta kCQp the printer on the anxious seat fifty two weeks oH lie yeahBlue Grass slipper Rcpmontallva Wanted Wanted n good repnsiiitntivp fn this county nude or female for tin Florida Industrinl Record and its vurlatis de imrtments Good piiy to witisfnetory party Enclose stump for piirticiilnr Address DElAKTMENT A Florda tndiistrinl Iltcord- Jacksonville Fin The steel trust might make some friends by oporoting its newly acquired Pennsylvania coal lands in the Interest of the consumer but its dollars to red nuts that it wont Operuttl cer thing to 1y tllgibiggtistt dhidend is the trust especially NRntefl more nip idly than the microbe of worry A mon is in a hind way when he cnn be happy onlywhen he is miserable When tlioAviee irian Btart8 pnnw journey he takes a full purse and no bundles The happy laughter of n little child is tile best reward a man cun hate for doing good The trouble with a greut tinny church members is that they are preparing for death Sympathy is eoiuething tbnt you cnn cive when bllt tuse your money for something else Some men try to envndo respon sibility by denying the cxistanceof a power to which they are rispon siblec fWT ler about the mlltlwhQpqtRqtf making Rood losolutions until New Years Day Adams troubles may have been due to this 4aet that bo had no mother in law to hand him advice When you hear a young girl lecturing n young mnji on the evils of 6iioking its dollars to hoi waf tIes that the youth is tier brother If a man has the right kind of material1u his backbone it does not matter whether he jll born with a silver spoon or an iron ladle in IIH mouth Perfection is u word that cannot be applied to many products but when it Is used to identify Kerrs best flour it expresses a The number of patients admit ted to Eastern Kentucky Asylum 1 for the insano at Lexington dur ins the past year whs o58 TheClay City LumberStav Co contemplatesiopening t1g n Livery and 102 They have just cu milltgdnew barn a to write for our conOdentUl letter before ap plying for patenIUmaYbeworfb money Wo pcompU1 obtalU S and I PATENTSjjaJWADE EN IRI3cadormodels e h- arp7iowandweend nn IMMEDIATEonpaten libJIitJ Ve the best and advice and our charges are moderate Try ns SWIFT Ie CO Patent Wjresrs Opp US Patent OfflceWaahlngton DC iOTHE rue greatest nmbitl lean men and worn homes blessedVJtll t women afflicted with trio 11 constantly inc becoming a childless mcdiclno tarn reK ro den gnus but Vlno etCiirdul rcjrulitto derangohtiMits 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