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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 6, 1902. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1902 cla1902020601 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, February 6, 1902. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1902 $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. Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I p f+ t x n t to 1 I4 I tIj 1 illu I Swf j J f fr v A 11 J I 4 i H IJJV t i I J jfffets n Year fnXdianFi We art iuWto i http Clay CitywinrronnJing Country anJ Ourselvesi JyE Burflficr jr Publisher YOL 7te JCLAYCITY t KY THURSDAY iI FEBRUARY 6 1902 NO5 rI MaIBig Reduction on Ladies Misses and Childrens Capes Jackets and Furs foi We have on hand a stock of above goods which M Wo are closing o- utit Cost 4 A t f If you want any goods in this line cheap call and purchase before the stock is picked over We also have p few Overcoats which t t we will sell At Cost to dose the lot also a few pair of Heavy Boots for Men and Boys on oJ the same terms Dont forget the placer SWmfessel Waldron The homegrown hand spank ed lttrefuutelcltllartlfistedcoun try a t mn fight in life than the pjlmpered highcollared creased trousered youth of our cities whose clothes hiLvealways been dusted with a whisUvbrooni instead of n nice aiun4ie I iitit1iet m malt out of a job t JrTJCT fflf 1 behindCa nivill take the link out of the topknot the frog out of his throat the gas off his stom ach the weakness out of his legs the ornsoffl1is toes and will him an an honest vrlenIt co SG0006u year to main thin the free pikes in iFayiate coun ty RESTAURANT MEALS fIT ALL HOURS Fresh Oysters and Fish- A full line of Foreign and JJomes tic Fruits Oranges Lemons Ba naIUIEApples and E- tcSJ ANDERSONCLAY KY r P If iMoal r PrintingsJ JiWhichWediltt Mpdefrn Pjkes1 ILisFlin individuiiUty i About it that cpinmajids A J t fIi 44 I i Lets TalkitOveil Ontlliitltl tnrdcrofSp ptititUiiJ1 J econ niake it Beneticlnlt0 you rIrYlIiCf 1II r5pchltspring leyl- f1 1 firIIt rH A J aa a aaMala A abwww I e ftI a fJ ve llfP ri a J W5f 2 raJ4n 1 t tsY i 0 ttT s z P j1MJ J r it ICommonCIy For Fuel Clay rol1dug Machine Gqmpany ofBucyrus0 has been applied to for machin ery to manufacture of an artificial fuel that will loll cheaper than coal It is made from or dinary clay treated with chemi cals and is the invention of flU old railroad engineer of Omaha NEb named Hofman The fuel hctcadiu fftoijltfaW tJr furnace and burns to white ash es 25 pounds of the fuel produc ing only a quantity of fishes maybe held In the palm of hand In thecoinbustion the fire literally comsumes its own ashes and a- tOll of the fuel goes further it is said than two tons of the very best coal producing five times as much heat than cool produces Two Western railroads life said to be testing the now fuel for use 4ii their engines MILLIONS PUT TO WORK The wonderful activity of the now century is shown by an enor mous demand for the worlds hest workers Dr Kings New Lifts Pills For Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness or any trouble of Stom ach Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivaled Only Sflc at Clay City Lumber i Stave C- oVaughns Mill Mrs Sams is on the sink list this week MnrgaiivMeKiiiney is ojjuthtKsick listjhis week lKt Mrs Louana Mize ia visiting in Lexington this weekx1l- a I I Mr aid Mrs Clny Chanibers arc visiting in Madison this week CJ Vare leftsSattirday- fortcplltgeFiillwliere he will enter 6chool at that laco Mr MOMOS MCKittneytoffSpout spring spent SundRY with his uncle Morgan McKinney Messrs George Bush John Gr vI- et George and Fred Ware visited the family of Mr George Ginter of Gollegalull last week Log Lick rEdTEpersonSTifu e a 7 t qtJJi1 i et j James Gentr went to Winchester oil business Monday Shelton Elkjn of Missouri visited rolaUvell hero the past week i Earnest Elkiif of Ruckerville is visiting friends and relative here this week j Jtl f Sam IJuclcitt ld to Chuff Hdw- ardonehorso 10175 also one heifer for 17 f Miss Bettie Combs of Hedges is the pleasant uest of Miss Lydia T AdariiiUis week i Born to ti Jwife of James Snowden Jariujpy 28th a daugb ter weight eight pounds I Quite a nuts er attended Old Baptist preacfjing at Old Log LIckchurch Eld Gilmon by bert of near Wjfpchester A LEGACY GRIP Is ottebijaundown system nervousness lack of ap petite el1 with disordered liver anfidneys often fol low an attact Q net wretched di cease The gre test need then is RfctrioHitters the splendid tonic blood purifIer md of Stomach Liver me KldneysThou sands have pre fd that theywon derfully BtrengjhVn the nerves bull up the syefniandrestore to- health nndcpo i spirits after an itttia txtlf Gltlp 1rtilrNI ti lr thwn OnlyfiOcL Perfect satisfac tion guarurit by Clay City LUlU her Stave Co- Kindnessln tigfjs the honey that blunts the sting of unkindness in mother Educate 1IIIIIIII FOR A Situation BMkKeeptogBusnesj PHONOGRAPHY TpeWrmg Telsgrapj jx WILBUR R SMITH LEXINCTON KY For circular of hli fmouod niponilbw COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY wanted Medal at World KxpoUUJ- foferi to thnimnda of ffraduat In Oat or Full BiulntM Coane facludlogTaf- tton nook and hard In fumlly about fiM Shorthand TrpWrituig aadTelsgraphyJBpeeisltitt 1 TheKeatucsy UulnnllT under awarded 10 Kr UonEnternorrr Unduiteocdee faaL- I ceder k tar pour letterreek w ddrei oNly 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week Simeon Kerr bought a cow from Henry Lilly for 80 and 8 hogs at 6c per pound Mrs Frankie Lowry has rent ed a farm from J T llupard of Pilot View and will move to it March1st Miss Maggie Nihlack was visiting her brother Strother Niblack at Pilot View the latter partof last week v Mr Charley Dawson gave the young people a hop lats Friday night and it was quite an enjoy able one- Virgil the little daughter of Jack Ends has been quite sick withcroup we are glad she is a little bettertJohn Adams had again rented the farm where he resided lust year and is hustling around to make things OK iMr Clinton Elkin of Missouri is visiting relatives and friends here This was formerly his old home and his many friends are glad to see him bitch Everett Dawson of this place and Miss Julie Stone of Estill county were married Wednesday Jam22 Attendants Ernest Elkin and Miss Dollie Christopher I IAuther E Harrel writing in an Eastern magazine estimates the total losses from fire in thicoun try In the last 2G years at J8lO 174021 and the insurance at a little over l 700 000000 leav ipg an uninsured loss of 81100- j 000000 SAVED HER CHILDS LIFE In three weeks our chubby lit lie boywus changed by Pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes Mrs W Walking of Pleasant City 0 A terrible cough set in thnt in spite of a good doctojs treatment for several weeks grew worse every day We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was soon sound and welle are sure this grand medicine saved his life Millions know ittt the only nueo cure for Coughs Colds andall lung diseases Clay City Lumber d Stave Co gur antce satisfaction 50c 100 Treat bottles free Stops the Cough and Work off the Cold Lakative HroiuoQuinene Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Pice 25 cents Kerrs Perfectionit beats all Wheat is Safe The rain which fell last week broke ope of the longest drouths in the history of this and sur HHinding C It had mjil rained since Uhristmnsday Mr Ha F Hillenmeyer who is auth f I OJ 1 ority on all such questions said that it was the longest period in his memory and he has been keeping a record for the past quarter of1l century Mr Hil llenmeyer when asked the condi tion of wheat said This promises to be the ban ner year in wheat Press report say that wheat is killed but such is not the case in this re gioniThe leaves that are just coming out of the ground are seared by frost but are uninjured The plant has not grown arty in the past month on account of a lack of rain the frost and the wind A general survey of the wheat field however would indicate that the pleat is dead The same condition prevailed last year and the wheat was not injured I dont think it will likely be injured from now for ward If it should turn very cold snows will likely protect it and on the whole I think the wheat prospects in this section for this year are brighter than usual Some Lambs Sales Thos henry Clay has sold to Green L Lynan of Montgomery 1000 lambs at 5 cents straight middle of June delivery We hear of other future deliveries at 5 to fit cents Paris Kentuckian Messrs None d Freeman cif Burt gin sold this week a car of lambs June delivery atSJe to 0 S Will lame and Wrtti w Tiil Ta 1Jl1rChUSelH- are to take nil lambs of GO lbs weight und over Uarrodsburg Democrat BUCKLENS ARNACA SALVE The best and most famous com pound in the world to conquer aches and kill pain Cures Cuts heals Burns und Bruises subdues Inlli luutinn musters Piles Millions of Boxes sold j early Works wond ers in Hulls Ulcers Felons Skin Eruptions It cures or no pay25c at Chiy City Lumber Stave Co WASTED Several persons of charac ter und good reputation in eicli state one in this county required to represent old estiiblisln wealthy business house of solid financial standing Sala ry 418 00 weekly with expenses addi tional nil payable in cash each Wednes day direct from head offices horse und carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Manager 310 Cax ton Building Chicago A Pointer For Inventors If you wish your patent business properly and promptly done send Ittu Swift Co Patent awyern opposite U S Patent office Washington D C They have no dissatisfied client Wflta them for their confidential letter A poittil curd will bring itt and it inuy ltI worth money to you See tllch ud tla I where in thlbllIIperi t Try our cough mixture Best in the world 25cents for 4oz 1J Lit tltpage tC Son IltOKESSIONAL CARDS p- y1NLN1y11N W11 MM1NN WNM LNA4N11NhM1N R A IRVIN M DlPHYBIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY tV B LITTLEPAOE MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 CLAY CITY r KY G Dr C B DICksoN DENTIST CLAY GIIY ni 1 t i l A Ji 1- re tli no 1 i t Ji I I I 1 f rL 11 tj I0 P1i1i i1 4J I 1 iti tI fl Jti C HL i jjIf t I 4 IJ c r M a ij 1 tw J of TEE TIMES r N rUULISHKl EVERY r11URSDA- YI J E Burgher Jr Iubllsher Subscription Rates 0 Cents per year inaj r Vance othcnvise 75 Cents r Application made f r entry In the CJny City Ky postoiHce ntsccondclnsn 1at1 Clay CityyKy Thursday Feb 0 1 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIKES and CouricrJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 100 C Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK We are 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 SPOUTSPRING Rev B S Burgher made o business trip to Irvind last Mon dayBorn Sunday Jan 20 to Ber ry Bar nett Jr find wife a dau ghter Mrs Sarilda J Ahney who has been sickfof thevlastifeviday8liB better i Allen Orsborno bought several nice heifers atMt t3terlingcourt 413754 Farmers in this section are be ginning to prepare for their spring crops Zeke Qorrier has moved from the Lizzy Burgher place to the old Walters place Mrs J P Wright returned Monday from a visit to her relatives in Madison county Berry Barnett Jr has mov ed to the farm he purchased last Spring from Dudley Hall W E Bryan Asa Todd and Thos Christopher were in Clay City Thursday on business Herbert Heflin and family of near Winchester cattle up to at the funeral ofMrsHoflin8 grand father JEBurgherSrj 4r fJoe McKinnoy has gone to Clark county to make his home this year He will tend a crop for his father on his place Miss Emma Christopher who has been visiting her cousin Miss Dollie for the four waokeieturnedSrturdny to lidfthome at Ford u c EBurgherSrDead JEii Burgher died at ihii home THursday morning Jan 80 af ter a weeks illness aged 75 years Burial Sunday at Salem Church yard beside his wife who died last April Deceased lurid lived eonsisSeutmemberof the Bap tipt phtirpH for a numper of years He leaves two children fourteen grandchildrenlandeigh teen = greatgraudciiildron aUlrtjjuii1t300thoraliadnever boet aJleatl iiihs famil Since t1iti members lavedied u daughterVMrs Gallip AJcKin lioy jTfd4aughterrinlawMrs B S gr s li BltifordT Foxa greatgrandchildj little Blanche HeJliii hB wife and thentheIiendlljflefumil I 0 1 JiJ x There are three bills pending befor the Legislature each of which is of vast interest to farmers One of the bills is called the Dog Law another the Stock Law mi act to prevent stock from run ning at large upon the public highways and third the Paris i Green Law designed to prevent the use of this deadly poison on tobacco and garden truck The Dog Law will impose a tax on all dogs whether of any real value or not The tax to go to pay for all she l killed by dogs This is a law we hope to see in force as we believe it will be of benefit to all parties It not only insures pay for sheep killed by dogs but it makes all dogs of value and no other person will then have any more right to kill a taxpaid dog when seen on their premises than they would a horse or a cow that had strayed in We oppose the stock law While it would be good for the bluegrass counties it would entail hardships upon many of the farmers of the moun tain counties and poor people everywhere who own a plug horse or scrub cow and depend upon the grass on the highway forpas ture We strongly favor the par is green bill from the fact that the use of parts green on the growing crops of tobacco is no doubt of great injury tq users of tobacco in general be sides it will greatly reduce the production thereby enhancing the value of what is raised Raising a crop of boys is like raising a crop of corn Unless they have the proper amount of sunshine and good advice their yield will1e nubbins They should be taught from childhood to 10 obedient to dutya to be re spectful and know that succgesfs ithe reward of honest industry If we read the lives of our great men we find that they climbed the towers of fame only by intrepid efforts In youth they did not stand idle while their neighbors labored in the vin yard Above and beyond the vulgar and idle thing of life they saw the laurels and reached forth and plucked thenii Exchange LogThief Captured Mr W Z Eubank detective for the aggregation of lumber mills on the Kentucky river and its tributaries was in Jackson this week on business He hal been to Hazard looking after casV es againstlog thieves He infor med Us that Beverly Clark the notorious timber thief who es2 caped custody several weeks ago had beed captured by JailerEv ersole Clark was arraigned at the last term of the Perry Circuit Court for stealing logs from one of the companies represented by detective Eubank and in default of bond was remanded in jail Ho escaped jail a short time af terward and lied to Clay county where he was captured on Bulls Skin Creek dressed in omens clothes Clark has four living wives and has never been divor ced from either of them Detec tive Euburik is making it very interesting just now for the log thief contingent Jackson Hus atII hr There istanewspapor ilrFen latid that was established twenty years ago to appear occasionally Nowitliasbcen made ubiwc k tyanditacircUlntion1s wicreas ing It isrpublishod in jtlieuEsk imo iaifgUfig e and has lone a Hgreattin of the people Oriininul prosecutioiiB and ju j f J 1 lo r costentur- ackyii0Gi002 al 4tho IHI R Viiid CoininomvealUnAttorney8 was 12382108 t W t lafc ceVtaiH inark oft olrr Inrdlce I SAT OF C 10 It fiittLUCASFiiANK J OnINKV lliakell- IOafh that he iII senior partner oft1w firm of FJ CU NliEYCO1dnlng business in theCitroC Toledo County and State i aforesaidand that said firm willjiay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured fcy the use of HALLS C ATA nmi CUKE BRINK Jr ClIKNKRT Sworn to beforerhfc and sub eri bed in my presence this Cth day of December A D1880 J AiV GMiASON 2 HEAL I Notary Public J i i SSz Hairs COht lire in ttiken in ternrJly hndkCtrtdirctly oti the blood and tnucoVs surfaccB of thuK system Send fnr tei timonialn free F J GNEI NBYCOTo- tf lclo0 Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills nreihe btst ADMINISTRATORS As administffitors of Or E Burgher Sr deceased we wil- lditerforpdbllus tottthi8late C- sideicetonf 1u1 otiiliof B tit= spring Thursday Feb 002 The following described property 20 000lb Stecrsdl Yearlings 4 Milk Cows 1 Saddle Mure 2 farm Horses 20 Cattle Shotes Jf3Hggyl Springy Wagon 2 two IliirttossrrImvuijg ain a Full hte ofFarJttJtgImplcm a te House lftOl etl FurniturO JA bout i5bnrrels olQorn inci1b lotof flay anatf CornWdl r lot of VegetaulepjCJanned Fruit Meat arid Imid dtulQenerul Pro ivisipus Also about 50 Riilroul Tiesiaud other articles jiqf here mentioned that M r Terins made known on day of sale rIt S BURGnER l01 Jis AFOM wiw i MACHINE SHOP ftLLJ SOF Machinery Repaired We Keep lo StocR Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline sE1nginesI- ii 35 8 and 12heraepirivor fhe- briit known piswfarrfrmei81U1d I Ollr iprlateafedrtvenbysRagaayiltgiae LT OHA HAGAN YlNCK1ITlij rY o j aWl 1S iii 1 1 cu rl I r 4 J h j av c + r Nem Years Greefing f k II tNf ttIj t 1 1 Mid Winter C1osinOntSale L t fruhtIIIt tNtI 1 tn MMirlJi ill will t Everything in oir Bplendid stockciFmciretiuhdige AI COST iii irrlclftit y wake room for Goods aiil to reduce our stock before Fto1 taking whichwllitbegin tit t1I1filt lfrrbi next V 1 Ei crythiigvih b4 Ili It ltillg bre s inndR Dry 0 Hoods 11tfis hints tnlLellh elery1blgJn UntIerRenr 9JJ219r ujle f Over Coats Mackintoshes fur men alit women find Men and 11bntenaiftl fChildrens Shoes 1 Klibbersiu anBtyj NQC1n it hlillinryfable Tiu enePowels Bleach Mind Brown Cottony Check flirtings 1eniniiit t j Jeans Pertales OiuiiiKlM bTmK IinII hOIII rl lljDrt SkirtVShirt waists Canton Cotton LonedaJi8 China GluM and Tinware ft ri lNothing will be reserved froln thlsKule Sp come earlyand g tIJ some of the good values before they are pickedBThanking Our Innay friends for they liberal rpatronageahd so i liciting a continuance of the finmeandVl8hing you rill 3 happy1 bail prosperous New Year are Ymir very truly J Mrs JW WlbLIAIVIS Clay City Ky fIfThe Lightest Light Rolls t fIfh i t B sctiii3iJ iili ia 4 Ate iUleWbe3n1ou UNr Pearl and lieffIfflfFlour J Take no Other EyerySack Guaranteed MANUFACTURRl BY eArN ROUT VERSAIllliS KY Soldby our Lending Merchaiito 614- M i qIi t Ii GOURTNEYPllK8IIKNT J F COX CAanikiLV q f j CLAY iCITY NATIONAL BANKa ti ii 1 CiAAY CITY KY t i AlITAL 5000000 i We 8olicityolthUllinpfsundnrc4rd to depositors Vvcry accoranipdatinn i j which their business and responsibility warrant l 5vU r is Wanted 75000 Pieces of Furkf 1 ld1 i t 1V t f I Jo 71 To Trappers and Dealers in i SarlTt1 r 1 Jteiij nibor that I am still in the inarkift andthid NFlttnpyllt rrfI Ithlll1 ever prepared to pay you full value for j T fA I Kinds of Fur Stlhs 18faiot ti i j I t Thoo who have sold to nit In the past ilitttifyjl uiy fair j assortment and prompt paviaent Dott bedeqrlved by HUH j kaquoted circular t jt 11 T Ii WR CASSIDY Clay CityKyf- ARE YOU DEAF 3VIANY I3 i HE4DL r 1P NOISES fALL CASES OF sc tl DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING 4 r ARE NOWICURABtC ti i y t rby our Only are b1i HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATE YteKt SAYtl rlL a f4ItArTruoRE Md Nash r4ena f About r cocaagomyrightarbegaatosingandthiakeptoagenagatbrae 1t If tar bearing In I treatment 1oicetanbforhrre onthswlthoetaap auoceuat whoIo as bet of pb1lclaaamoaroh ear of that only an could me and even that lemporarilyrithalths4ns4 s Bald ithen eeae but the hearing In the affected earwouadbe t- er 1 I then aw pouradvetiemgntaectdeninllylaaNew rlc paper aad jaMI+ + n WKM o JB49 Ourtreeltmestdoeanetlxtefferewttkyreewuawaieeewpiwe is Xzamlnatlon and adrice free You CAI CUIEYOURSELF ATIItaaiitatawl f s + 1 + INTEMIATIONU AURAL CLINIC 1 ill LA IALLEAwMwf t r lnN1c 1OfP jJ iY- fl w- rAnhJr iH 0 4IA 1 t 31 i M i A THE TIMES l AN Alii 6MI 1ADE f aPFItI- u tt A CLAY CITY THURSDAY FEB 61902- I LOCAL BREVITIES t Our closlrigldut g leSrill tone and till tlieltiret of March and every ythlngvi1goatcos to as to make room for our Spring Goods the alreadytx in Uyuhave not yet i i ur lino of goodsand prices twill 4pay Vpdo so L Mrr1 W WillJamBi t Clay City Ky MfsJH Terry is visiting in I i Lexington Floyd Day of Jackson was esdayII t ExSheriff Ware was observed on the street today v Born toJ M Kennon and wife Friday Jan 01 a son Mayor J H Terry is iir Frank forton business for the city Squire Fortner and JW Lilly of Stanton were down Tuesday Dr J W Williams has been quite sick a few days this week o Asa Todd and W E Bryan of hhoateptinglvore in town Wednen ddyGonPass Agt ChUB Scott came np from Lexington last I Tuesday I Jolin W Henry was laid upa few daysthe first of the week i with rlienrnatism d Hisle Cantler a wellknown havef an i Ll j lj + t Ill3urn tatllc WJfebfoll1lf3 t leyMondayJau 3rdrt pair of to twins boy and girl 50 ct Shirts 38 cts 2 for 75 cts Cut nrice sale at Mrs J W Will lamp Clay City Ky S B Logan ntj1 A W Krat seer of Lexington were in town Tisday on business h tJ 0 i linebegunhouse on Sixth avenue v Most of the ice houses have beenfllled tJiifirVtiQktIce was Secured fex enelt icKncsst John H Eaton who has been BO low we are glad Jpstate is hoqseIMountz on next Wednesday ype t mosttlisarreete I w sand Monday morning was the coldest m Sunday jntfioft1 5lihdn t 4VntinutesinthisbW which lJb eAA f ilec to s- b f d o AJr Ji laiif i Thepity Council held its reg 5t J vularlnoetingjast night and the1 t nhc A regular routine olJjusuvesflpass ed with the un oU lowances fQlq Ifors Uud etc 4 J jL 4i 1 T Whouyou lacV eiiergy fld pot 7 tyrtdish your Jood feel dull and stu 4 i fpjd after eating all you need Is a f j VdoBe of Chamberlains Stomach sr wM ul J w t i f1iyer rauieetis They w1I1make r ou feel like trnewman and give iVu an uhrifttitft like a bear For w lalebyall deaTeislupatentsinet I I 1fkt 1 A fir 1 I t l itri i I l 1W 1ilfcft tt i ri p i JV 1 i- p d A bill has beer presented to the Legislature taking CJlay City from the cities of the firth class add making it a sixth class city A petition has been fot afdc to that body asking for it to re main in the fifth class Xr Wheeler Got Bid of His Rheumatism During the winter of 1898 laslame Inmy joints in fact all oveimybodv that I could hardly hobble around when I bought a bottle rif Chamberlains pain Balm From the first application I bcjan to get welland was cured rind have porked steadily all the year P Wheeler NrirthwoodN Y For sale by all dealers in patent med icines Lebanden Junction with a population of nearly 1000 has n1t a single negro or mulatto livingwith in corporate Ismitp Good time to save somo money on your many wants in Mer han dine at tboIIprice making pale now going on at Mrsr W wilt lams Clay City Ky G P Hoskins and wife of De1 son Texas are visiting his father W A Hoskins hear town It will be remembered that Mr Hoskins had the misfortune to lose his left hand while conducting a train a few weeks ago III have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy taia number of years and have no heaituiny in saying that it is th6 best remedy for coughs colds and group I have ever Used in my family i have not words to express my confidence in this Remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by all Dealers in Patent Medicine The Franklin county grand jury returned two or more indictments charging persons with cvVniplicity Inthe Gatbel murderyconspiracy Byorder of Judge CantrUV the indictments will bo kept secret until bench warrants are iwnied I For a short while we will sell IWileys Kidney Cure=Guaranteed Vto cure all Kidney diseasesASO qw size 35 cts Foleys Honey and Tar 25 eta size for 20 cents Robert Jolfnsoha freight con ductor on the Lifc N was fatally shot by a tramp at Pembroke He managed before dying to kill his assailant i w I For Stomach Troubleri vl have taken tigreat majy Hllercnt medicines for stomach trouble and constipation says MrllSGelger Drunkenton Iowa but never had is good results from any as front Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets l or sale by ali deulers in patent med cines 4 Dont forget this olllee when you need any kind of Job Printing I To Cure a Cold in One Day Take axative Bromo Quinine Tab fete All druggists refund the n ey if it rnil cure E W Groses ignatnre moneaqh box rhir BlRtiature In on box of the cendlu Laxative BromoQulniBe Tabju- sr nuaedy tbit cares A cold to se iDo Ton naPosition in Floride- Ili commercial indixtrial edvwaj tlonul linenf HO address with for full 4mFlorida Industrial ItecoiV- Jacksonville Fla tfr TJJgJi JUA M iUI 4IIJ- FSee our icof samples for suits 7i IattldjShgeV SQnJEi 1 fj qa ftfflfPanr iio I l1i AF7 r riCg i r Y j IVV t a VVV The old pontoon bridge is It thing of thiB past anvi6g washed away this 1as fideS 110W WO tossiiiuou w twmiV flu- rajlrbaaiJridge tovissiG ri = bord 01 1 H r Over Cp and Pants Cloaks arid Capes roensamf wo wens Mackltitoshee only a few ot the above but we dont w anttO- carry of them over Rnd wean snaking pricesto move them If you need anytiling In this line your moneywillcoUnt fur inire than ever before Mrs J W Vill lams Clay City Ky Our City Council stands will ing and ready to appropriate n- t1east1oQotobuilc an iron bridge across the river near where the old pontoon bridge was The county will surely not let this opportunity pass Its best to strike while the iron is hot Bllliotti Colic H Seever a carpenter and bail der of Kenton Tenn when suffer ing intensely from an atiact of bi linus colic sent to a near by drug store for something to relieve him The drug est sent him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diurrhoe Remedy three doses of which effected a permanent cure This is the only remedy that can be depended upon in the most severe cases of colic aril cholera nimbus fMost drultgest j now this and recommend it when suchIL medicine is called for For pale by all deal ers in patent medicines Villiamstoai Oddfellowa will erect a halls that will cost20 000 Something That Will Do You Good IiWe4o way we can be of fliers service to ur readers than to tell them of epnietbing that will be of real good ttithem For this rcaa oiy we want to ncquaint them with- Y tatwttimnkiddtoneofVthe vwy lIst remedies on the market lot conchs colds and that alarming complaint croup We refer ti ClwmberhilnR Qpugh Remedy Wv hiivw used it with such good result ih household Jiecessity By its prompt also we liiivent any doubi but that it has time acid again pre Vented croup Testimony is given upon our own experience and ire suggest that ourlreu rs especially tbose who have shiall children al ways keep it In their homes as a safeguard againt vroitp Ciitndcn SC Messenger For ealo by nil dealers in pafbrit medicines 4 Oii account i of weather and water conditions navigation on the Ohio is generally suspended f Kentucky and Indiana Maps A new tophograpbic sheet has recently been issued by the Uni ted States Geological Survey cov ering portion jof Indiana and Kentucky adjaddnt to the Ohio River It is known as the 0ve nsboro Quadrantal and shows tlfe city of that name in Kentucky and Rocknort in Indiana besides the territory surrounding these places The slope and height of the hills is indicated by contour Jnel11ich pass through pointS or eqiiaHelevation and in this way the Bon JIarbor Hills in Keiitucky cpaljcnobs in Indiana uj t th lilulCs aldi Ohio HI shiQ A riothbc tcontralparEtr urn Nb stpln ha ell fully d9VEae podr All ITthoi8Uil railroads toWiiBhip andt county lines villiages rtjid tf arp fully shown aiidthxiSiillef of the oun 1 tryand Jhu lttyq9 a ei arc intticrit JjWficontour n i r 0IfPv 4 l at hi l I inVt r- I y 4 A i 1- l J FyVVVV VV follow the I Procnione CPte IJ1 1 J THE New Yorkirv Racket StOre KEPT BY A E BARNETT VON Ji CLAY CITY KY Who claim to he headqnarters for all kinds of merhahdiBO at the Lowest Cash Prices that FirstClass goods can be sold for I I 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 V4 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 220 Pearli r fW240 SuperfineIe 200Y Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents 3 As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boats Shoes and Cloth ingwe defy nil competition We buy our goods driest from New York make the prices right allow you top prices for all kinds of produce pay Cash for Railroad Ties So call and see how much money is saved in dealing with us Your r AI E BARNETT V SON 1 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 IHghClass Work at medium price go toiJ aM WEBBWatches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and adjust d at reasona ble prices He is hoadqiiarterH for the O Mail Order Business sk For anything you want especially Watches and Jewelry When you want to buy anything consult WEBB he will telfySu what you ought to pay for it whether you deal with him or not ty mrJ ty 1f f JJgDt tMain St opp Depot lines The maps may be had for five cents each on application to the Director of the Geological Survey Washington Beer and tobacco have paid 108000000 of our expenses growing out of the Spanish war Beer consumers and tobacco chewers and smokers says an ex change feel as if they had saved the country Notice I wish to sell my Dwelling and Store l1ou containing a well se lehli of with n nice tiailnefiullttrSitiiatrdonMain i3iteet Onaofthe most desirable tanfls Srj Clay City Ky Terms easy jiF r farther particulars ap plytp Jv NVi Tiptphr VrhiW four fiest 11 1 1 d rIt40 f r 11 7 tl r I 1 y 4 fia Old newspapers for sale at this ifllee Sold by all Newsdealers Furnish Monthly ati lorweof KIW- OTU s volume ot Choice Compositions bJUIemonJlOPolanoh si rages 01 Flam lisle 10 Songs II lottrameaUl 21 CmilelB Pieces tar Mm sad 32 Plies at Muilal Lttcrsturo Once a Month for 23 Cents IYearly Subscription 200 Six Moa 1ltOO-I oanearJou aoe heof Mule eomDrlaLolr2U completePleasfarthePlsoe It bought a atore st oae and oWd add ICair taPhlerpon oruisand thePlaao DUM 1 or OrgftQ wo tllaeadyoussampiecopy Frs J W r Klchth A Locust Its rhllsdvlphla Fa k t y P F6y aVV at 3 a f Ir I- lr I 1 It tJ t 1 o i I t ft c Lrbbr riemfrt Loo j No Time to Lose You cannot afford to disregard the warnings of a weak and diseased heart and put off tak 1 ing the prescription of the r worlds greatest authority on heart and nervous disorders MUM Heart Cure t If your heart palpitates flutters t or you are short of breath have smothering spells pain in left side shoulder or arm you have heart trouble and are liable to dropdcadanymomentMajor of the best known oil operators In the conn dropped dead from heart disease recently at his home In Portland I no while mowing his IawnThc Prtti I Mrs M A Birdwll Watkins N Y whose portrait heads this advertise 1 went write this through crat itude for benefits I received Dr Miles Heart Cure I had palpitation of the heart severe pains left shoulder and my general health was miserable A few of Dr MUesHeart Cure cured me entirely Sold by lf OruedaU Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind anvthlngyan Invent or Improves also get SendmodeellTaaketccTborpDtfor R BOOK UN PATENTS ebFfbrNe- yatentCaASNW aDoPatent Lawyers WASHINGTON DC jo TIII3 Wincliestei Bank oj INCORPORATED N H WmiEHsrooy Pr- esWinchester K Capital Stock 200000 v Surplus 20030H- fisolicit the HCCOUIHH of indi vid itilsirniH and corporations 542 VThe Best PAPERIrhUfhcd in the Uliitcdtntes forDein ocrnts and nil renders is the tpceaWeek CourierJournal The eoualof ninny dallies and thesu perior of nil other eniirweeklie or weeklies JbEtiedWednesdny and Sutur lny10J copies u year andybu get it forronly 1UO ayea- rfile VdnOsdny iasueMs devoted to newR inattttrg till Saturday issue to hornet matters A liberal commiitiion tomagenttlt SomrlocoJlle8 cheerfully lent free to Write to COURIERrJOURNALCO LOUISVILLE KY By Speciai Arrangements You can get THETIMES And th- oTwiceaWeek ConrwrJournal UHtJ one Yeapfor On- lyOrs Jc4IarTJiU flurcotihIIlIhscriptlon only cmnblnaIIa n HV nOletL ltrSp l J JiiIJ bail who iuitiunltyaitnour ces the death of tho pea111 crop hi Kentucky JIIIB taken his pen in hand a little too early this year but in this day of wireless teleg raphy and hbrselesA carriages it behooved oVen the pessimist to get n stove on himself Of course the penchrcrop is killed and is killed dent as n herring Did anybody ever hear of a time when the peachcrop wns not dead in the month of January Glasgow Times 5 1 We nre promised a time when nations shall learn of war no more and when men will realize what folly it is to cut each others throats in order that u few thrifty and farsighted schemers may grow rich at their expense When they will refuse to follow the lead of reckless and ambitious politicians who in order to gain votes or hold on to power would plunge the world into conflict Men of common sense dlnotconsent to be butchered simply to advance the political fortunes of socalled statesmen or to en rich contractors speculators and promoters For war except in defense of vital principles or for protection from invasion is the most wicked folly of which gOY ernments can be guilty In the debates in the House of Repre sentative last week it was stated that the war in the Philippines had already cost the government WK0 0000 and that it was now costing at the rate of 12 000000 a mouth It is estima ted that Great Britian has spent more than a billion dollars on the war with the Boers This is not taking into consideration at all the loss of valuable lives and the destruction wrought May the good Lord hasten a time when swords shall bo beaten into plow shnresExchangeA Imp Just been made by a jury in Onawa Iowa Frank Cruni ft wealthy bachelor mid Mies Ma ty ChristitnRiiti Were tingngefto bo married Inst cummer Hffore tliedny set for the wedding arrived Cruni died Miss Chris tliuison then sued the estate fur breach uf promise of marriage tak ing no ucciuntnf the intervention of Divine providence She asked for 700 and Wednesday the jury awarded her 0000 The estate was sued in the same manner as though damages had been sustained in n breach of any other con tract The possibility of fulfilling thu obligation had m weight Conceit in tli most incurable dis ease that IB known to tho human soul Representative Wanted Wanted a good representative in this county male or female forth Florida Industrial Record and Itt various de partments Good pay to satisfactory party Enclose stamp for particulars AddressDEPARTMENT A- FlorjdaIndu6triol JtEcord- Jnckllonvlllo Flu Perfection is n word that cannot be applied to many products but when it is used to identify Kerrs best Jour it expresses a truth Li MORE LIVES ARE SAVED JJY USING Dr Kings Discovery Consumption Coughs and Cords I 4MLuagZe I poeitWelyCureaConsumption PneumemlaHavFeverPleurly JCeughiWHCOo le Trial Bottle ftw alb Lild r ooqWePATENTSand TRADE f K r ratsENrn Isend modewtcb MMEDIATEFRIEIEour charges are moderate Try vs SWIFT CO Patent lawyers Opp US Patent MfeeWashlngtoii DC HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrocks wo mens nerves Arid the constant care of children dny nnd night Is often too trying for eron a strong woman A haggard face tolls the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses I Icucorrlura anttfallingof the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs In iwrfnct condition 1 JEOFARDUI is doing this 1foq thousands of Antericanivomon today It cured Mrs Tones n d that Is why she writes this frankjlpttorO- fendeane Ky Feb 10 1901 I nm ro glad that Wine of Cardnl la helping ne I amleeling better ttuui- I have felt for years I am doing nty own work without any help and I wubed last week nail was no ono bit tired That shows that the Wino 1s doing too good lam getting Coihler than I over was balote and and eat hearty Before I began tang Wine of I used to havo to lay done live or ilx times every day bat now I do not thlnlcof flag down through the day MMBiCHABDjoinei 8100 AT DRCOGISTS Tor drlee and Ulmlara uddmi fIIDf7Ptorn TtladkAdvlnry t Dtatunooi ilwUeta Co Cbttaoopy rms- t1 BBWBSTWith SillonsHa wareCoo St LouisAo will make regular trips throith this section Frfightit iiulizMl with Louisville md Cinciiinnti houses Jt I Clay City Hotel J H EAli9i IC Prop Tnhlo 9iipplie i hthehcst the mnrkcrt affoidp rJtverjthing pent anil cenn Kates 100 per day xr aue rassk1rsed FALL 1OO1 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines j rn riiit A imra gus and cyiQr thJng for Oichard ijivn and Gtir direct tttlplantertit right pripeH and have no agents General Catalogue on application r v H F HiLINY1ErER LEXINGTON KY IIC YEARS EXPERIENCE COPYRIGHTS TriAoc MIAnyone aendlaj tloacrlpUqn may aotekly ueerutn onriHAokm an Uoat itrlctjr cOnSdentJalboekoneatenta lent a Pt nu ISeenreolvesjerlafnotkvwtthouL Ahlndomelrillnat 4 w 1y tareat trof any artent Perna OB a nevadeatn1MUMlIlsraodl Ml V BtvWartJogtoo O CY 1 1 d nre T 1LO aa lr 1 721iIi Ce- ttytT f ti t i4 r ty X yln Drn Xo ltt li epage vSon r F 1 1 2 Dealers In Ji- J 1 Pure Drugs Patentti Medicine aints CM h lS1 j Ki and hpV ilJ Il t j Prescriptions carefully compounded arid If wb have notgotfwliat i i you want 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tonic MIlts nature aids digestion relieves rcrtleisnew clears the coated tonsuo ledueen fever ClanaesiotreahlngnjttuhIOe1 nnrtinake8thenjw ll happy and hearty lEfOiWdrrn Me it and oak for it I I For Salt by J Lukola l hot only tho non efficient of tail rtmr fa b t tli laost Konrrnfral beeausIt corn biD two medicines Uiuire and tone and nt aw paw aVc 1 ttw At i ragsat Send for tree tampIlo TUB LAXAKOLA CO UCiau Sire i f Vamt riulon tia nine oLrour druggist Ill We will aipreu to any addren on receipt of Sr It 11141 i r pat umr all chaigei prepaid a tang FUll lUa bottle ot zakolawrR l rtIV rrr nIp2tNS mw Doctors find A Good- PrescriptiOB V t J J r 5 Fdr mankind i f4a I Ten for tn ctniiit DrurfrUti Orortrt XtMaonnt Salooai NmSiandt Stars and rben Shop They ballbh pain Induce 1IlIId prolong We J One raitter tui the matter tindo you good Tea uraplet asdODothouaadtdmoalaU eat by null to any addtellatneelt of by dt Rlpaaa CMeIra1 Co lefSprucsZLNswYockCUy f i4 1 J j rf lit SubsGPibe for ThE 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