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S st offIf f TIELp CLAY IDITYi t TIMES i I 1 1 f rlit1o f a ci6 say ilnjAdragcr Hfl We are hers io help Clay Citypt SorroonJing Country aol Ourselves JB Burgher Jr Publisher YOL 7 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 1902 NO8 A Biff ReductionI on Ladies Misses and Ohildrens Capes Jackets and Furs iW We have on hand a stock of above goods which We are closing out At rosuoa s If you want any goods in this line cheap call and purchase before the stock is picked over We also have a few Overcoats which we will sell At Cost to close the lot also a few pair of Heavy Boots for Men and Boys on the same terms Dont forget the place SMntfessel ft Waldron Snow Creek Tom Vivion attended Court nt Mfc Sterling Monday R A Boone of Pilot View visited here Saturday and Sun day Bruce Thomas bought a house artll two lots in Wit bRterfl1450 E W Rice of Wirichestervis itedrolatveR he sevterel 4n a- r 11 Ht i Bruce Thomas will have a pub lie sale Tuesday the 25 and will sell Iiis stock farming imple ments and etc Albert S Vivion was here Thursday buying produce He will be here every Thursday If people want to be treated faily they should take their produce to him H RESTAURANT MEALS fiT ALL HOURS Fresh Oysters and Fish A full line of Foreign and Domes tic Fruits Oranges Lemons Ba nana Apples and Etc SJ ANDERSONCLAY KY t aeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeee-e e Modern Printing Which we do at i Modern Prices Has an individuality About it that commands Attention I y LetsTalk itOverh iOn that next order of Printing you need We can make it S Beneficial to you fry us once ir JUts rd i Spoutspring Ky c a w- eS Y I Ji y I7 t I h r I WORKThe thu new century is shown by an enor mous demand for the worlds best workers Dr Kings New Life Pills For Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness or any trouble of Stom ach Liter or Kidneys theyre un CityLumber tidj- Sono a cuuMuck ElIdIoldapair of tunics to Lum Elkin for 110 Nelson Lowry bought a horse from Jack Parker for 55 Kerr Hardy bought some shotes of James IK Crow at 5 ets Charley Puckett sold some shotes to Chuff Howard at 51 cts Willie Kerr sold a horse and saddle to Charley Da Ron for 80 T A Ogden luis been in Winchester the past week on busi ness James Vaughn and family vis ited John Mutlierlys family Thursday I Our string band is progressing nicely John M a therly bought a fiddle for 10 cents Field Elkin has gone to EstiH county and opened up a general store near Harris Ferry Several from this place will at tend the sale of Uncle John Burgher deceased atSpoutspring the 20th Nan Rice who has been visit ing relatives nt Right Angle returned home Friday Willie Mathferly and tvifeof Viena visited John Matherlys at this place Saturday night and Sunday Tames Thnckers line house at Rabbittown was burned Tuesday night with nearly nil its contents Insurance 300 Willie Matherly and wife of Vienna and John Matherlys family were the guests of John Woods family Sunday Thtj social given byMiss Salhel Qravett aturday night was 0 ficoO t wereMissesCarrie Lowr Lillie Kerr Nan nie Ihpmnsjltysie Buukctt Bessie Brandenburg 5laymo Lowry RerrWillieLuther Ends Charley and Alit Wood Thomas and Henderson Vivion Phillip and Troy Puck ett and Jess niceAllrepQrt a nice time 7 I A LEGACY OFTHE amp systemWeakness petite energy a rtbiUon with disor dered liver and cidneys often fbl low an atta6t of this wretched di sease The gre test need then is Electric Bitteralthe splendid tunic blood purifier nnd regulator of Stomach Llverne Kidneys Thousands have o cdthnt they won derfully atroTigifaen the nerves bull up the Bvst n and Restore to health and ll otJ spirits after an attact or Gr1 isulrering try them Only 5pc Perfect satiafac lion gnarunteeUOjy clay City Lijm her Stave Co Hit4 Born to Pollfc Powell and wife on the Brda g Alex KerbjJis still quite low with n cotnpliit disease Ice has hem rtnniug itt Kentucky river i tit a- a s cts to be telivti first N E Curtis and family have been very sick with colds and fe i In vcr but are better at this writ ing Born to Gob Powell and wife on the 1st n big boy Geo is the late defeated Republican candi date for Magistrate in this dis trict Robert Bush Co sold their farm at the mouth of Drowning creek in Madison county known as the Kie Oldham farm to Rufus Shearer of Ford for 5000 We are having very cold weath er and the recent tide in the Ken tacky river destroyed so much feed stuff that it makes it very scarce and high in this section Died at his polite Mr Stratton Richardson He had recently moved from Ford to his farm at tho mouth of Drowning creek Was buried at old halos Richardson graveyard Died at his lode Mr Shelton ry at thtf mouth ofJDrowning creek He was 1 lIrriedtt the old Amos grnve ard 3Ir Pete Galagher and wife from near Berqa areAvexvisit ing their children ing his corn from hero tohis place atBerea He says he cannot buy corn at any in Madison county BUCKLENS ARMACASALVE ThP ho anti most famous burn m uerachea ite forks S e in Boi IIhelons Skin Eruptions It cures or no pay25e at Clay City Lumber Stave Co S Clay City Ky Feb 81902 BiffLandslide Prices wlWrecentlyniovedfrom We pine a limited slouk of each kind of heavy Winter foods mentioned bulow which we cnnnotullord to car ryuver and will not do so S Mens Clothing in suits and Odd Pants Ladies gapes und Jackets Men nnd Boys Underwear Ladies and Misses Underwear Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts Mens Womens Boys and Misses Shoes Comforts Blankets and Etc Come early and get first choice You may name the prjcc We wish to inpress on the needs of the public that we still carry a full line of Homemade Collins Also a trice line of Caskets in bqth white and black also any thingyou may need in Mens nnd Womens Robes r Clay City Lumber Stave Co CLACITY KY V t f S Vaughns Mill Miss Mattie McKinney was very sick last week with lagrippe Skating was enjoyed last Sunjbya number of boys and girls Miss Mary Williams of near Virden visited Miss Lillio Bal lard Sunday Mrs Allen Burton who has been in bad health for some time improves slowly Mr George Dunaway visited relatires at Irvine from Friday until Sunday Mr and Mrs Morgan McKin ney entertained quite a number of young folks Sunday spentSaturdaydaughter Mrs John Burton Sunday was a pretty day and there was a crowd pres ont at the Christian church visitedMrs Melvin Gravettj Sunday boughttheClark He will move this week IastFriday was valentine day and the young people of this gendingthem I Mr and Mrs tennic Crow vis I ited the formers parents Mr and Mrs Albert Crow at Spout 11 spring Saturday and Sunday Mr Gebrgo Ware Who enter I ed schoolat Hill a few I DjMrdayjjjnd Sunday A Ef fR tie boywas changed by Pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes Mrs i W Watkins of Pleasant City 0I A terrible cough set in that in I spite of a good douUus treatmenti for several weeks grew worse everyday I We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption 1 and our darling was soon sound and well We tre sure this grandI medicine saved his life tt Millions know its the only puce cure for Coughs Colds and nil lung diseases I Clay City Lumber fe Stave Co gar I antes satisfaction 50c SI 00 Trsal bottles rrlCILexington Eastern By Effective Octoter 20 1901 EASTBOUND No 2 No 4 Daily ex Sun Daily ex Sun 4 Stations P M A1Lv Lexington 210 740 Winchester 251 825 U IJunction 307 83- 7Olavh City 340 913iStanton 351 923INatural Bridge 420 954 Torrent 434 1008 t Hen ttyvllleJune 450 102 Ar Jackson600 1130 WK8T BOUND No3 NoI1StntlonsLv nckson 120 62i Realty villeTunc 219 728 Torrent 230 744 Natural Bride 252 01 Stanton 323 828 Clnv City 333 837 1 Winchester IEJunction403 415 0 10IArLcxington 500 10 J HBAKU Cuss SCOTT lien Manager Gen Pass Agt c It MonoAv Sol Pass Agt IUOFKS8IONAL CARDS- M4ANq1M1NYW4MMNnIM11VPVMPMNIWVIgP1 R A IRVIN M D i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONICLAY CITY rf B LlTTLEPAOE M Dv PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KYiDr C B DICKSON I DENTIST CLAY CITY m e J aw iI i tts r f Ip Y Tdjlt t n fit oir1iba ooL La Yd4it t t i THE TIMES rUHLISIIED EVERY THUKgUAY J E burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents 4- Applicatjon 1t eire n try In the lul Alft IC posiolIlcc lit 8c om1IIIII rntes Clay City KyIlinrsdnv Feb 20 r CIiUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES mitt CourierJournal c1- I 00 Cincinnati Enquirer 100 I Louisville Coinniordal 7o 11 itrANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK Mrtldldnte for tho oflloo of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to tho action of the Democrtitic party SPOUTSPRING 111 Dawson niiVdo si business trip to Winchester the last of the woe MerhantWGv Patrick tniuloh business trip to Oljiy City Tuesday Lid NMcIutosh went to Shale and fllled his pulpit Saturday and S SundaycTames II Crow sold a hunch of sliotes to Clurliitt dealer J qt5cJ cItor came up the first of the week t on business Frank Barnett who has been iMiiployed in the TIMES office has returned tome The appraisers of J E Burgh- or Srs estate began their duties Monday morning John W Dawson has decided to move his family to Millers Creel where ho is eutployed Rev B S Burgher spent Saturday and Sunday with his two children in Clay Oity Pastor J H Pence was on hand and tilled his pulpit nt thoMeth odist church Sunday morning Eld J T Turpin of Kings Station was the guest of Rev B S Burgher one day net week The uround seldom freezes any deeper in this sectJon than it is now frozen It is down fully foot and is still freezing Mr Jos P Wright willmoe to his farm March 1 We ur very glad to learn that Mr Wright will not move from ou neighborhood Benny McKinney and wife whosold outtand left this place last Augnstjgoiug to Illinois have roturjied We extenda hand to Mr McKinney tutu al othcrgoodcitizens to our neigh borhood Roy B S Burgher of this place has received a letter from a relative at Moulton Iowa an nouivciitg the death of Uncle AoI ron JJurgher on Jan 20 Deceits ed was eightytwo years old and was a native of this county IJe was ail older brother of J E Burgher Sr whodied Jan 90 IfHo moved to Iowa whcMiho was comparatively n yoiingmah Eccentric Woman Dead Miss Kra Any Wjiitc aged eightythree years flied at her home lens Levee Montgomery county lust week She firmly hollowed her feral was underlafd with gold und every lest years she u ouhl dig for the preciojas petal but always faHedt find if She visited Now Orleans g quite often and always curried hCl1elioifollowing her with the intention of poisoning her She took th Crag site said n preventative fl poison Winchester Democrat A few years ago the Legisla tore made forfeiture of office the penalty for any officer caught rid ink on a railroad poss Now it is threatening to line the railroads in the sum of anywhere fr m 50010 1000 if they refuse to allui the Railroad Commission ors transportation Truly the times change and mien change twitli themEx General Oliver O Howard in a remi nlseent mood says that of the tiwclityseveacnnunnndors n union armies during the Civil War only tosuriVeGcmernl Scofield nod himself This re minds ho ffast the veferans are passim away and increases th- lwiidhoa the pension his rot The Ministers Association o Louisville fiiie objected to Sundll sorIvicesin most cates the funerals ould be condiif ted on Saturday or Honda i d Or1 11ur 111e at a lured a trainp aIdr fifvc liim a bath The tramp had the small pox told oust there are fourteen cases of the disease in prominent families of the town Census BtntistKa show an increase of 44 per cent in the number o munufuetnring industries in the United States MJICO 1800 and an increase of 51 percent In capital of such industries the render niny mnko up his salad t ob pleasantly overuhclinedvby tho or tilenco and vivacity or Around tie r njiilllhed by tho Nutshell Pn Co 100 Third Aye N Y The wonders begin with tho frontis piece picture of President McKinley drawn in n single line beginning at I point on the check hone and going round maid round in n constantly wIden- Ing circle with waverings and down bearings of the pen in the propels plat es to secure detachment and shading 111e ore told that this potruit is coo sidered the most unkjU3 work of its kind on the earth and if thero are de grees of uniqueness wo are willing to thingCof COUlS there is text in addition to lh eurliriscropinion that lie had not got his moneys worth 8CoToday wins while tomorrow is slumbering 4J1 n i 11terr6 Perfectioi =it bouts all Try our cough mixture IJesfin the vorld SCcents fnrlnz B Lit thpnge it Son WANTBI Several persons of charnc ter and good reputation in each stnto ono in this county required to rpprc sent old ectobliehed wealthy business house pfisolid financial standing Salary 18 00 weekly with expenses odds tional all payable incnrfi each Wednes day direct frorii hchd offices Horse and carriages furnished when necessary Jtefereqces EiiQloKft selfaddrjessed stanfped elollpclIltinugcl IJ10 Pax tun luilding Gliicngo f r tGOJThoBapCOU tins r tr iho ground InstrSuuitlay Thcflio tlltcLossWhen a niaifjffimid for play ing he calls it vwlr STATEoFOIIIot1opTouvro I M gyFuASk J CI NNEr makes oath tlicsfl rni of IT J CnEKNEVCo doing Toledoe andtpONEeach und every caspof Catarrh that cannot be curecliby the use of IinrLs Cnrautur Gout R1tAYli 1111INNg1 Sworn to IefSr ho 11116l1fUiLCY hed in try prdjseiHthis Jtll dayof 1tcenlliNr fiUHi3G W sEtr ts GrJgASONlP J ic HiilliitVrrmGiru ii iitkeiiln tern ally and ijcTs uln ctly on the hluod ilod nlbunlq urfai rs ot 11ie system ScridA3fnP testfinorjliils hnfloloO r J Stilt by f tfffjlI Halls hatpily Iill ire the hlt r w ADMINISTRATORS SAIle+ As adtuinlstr rs of 1- B Eo deer tsed we tivili- tl athislat rtlioft j lsday Feb 2Q o The following described proper ty 20 800lti Steerfe8 Yearlings 4 Milk Cows 1 SuTlUlo Mare 2 farm Horses 20 j tittle Shotes 1 Buggy l fipriii agora 2 two Harnessfof Farming Impluiulnts Household ami Kitchen aIDrnHulc A goal 75 barrels olGonijin snits lot of Hay and t4e1ll Fodder alot of Vi getablCs MnncdFruit Meat 111 riwll lFSnnm ll Pro visions AJso iibmitfipRifilroad lucrebtrVmentioned Terms made kiion oii day of sale 1 13 S BUllGIIEliVtAlin Us y f MACHINE ISHOPr fill KIND fMachinery Repaired hStoclcolting IWEALSO Gp pIne J nUi1cs In 3 5r 8 and 12hrsep wcr The bwt Viinwn power tor forhereamid otJllr printedisliL r QH tH GAN a 4 tWIS011ES7HZ 5rlf ii J 11 rY I iIt 1 I 1 il J l j to 15 R J i- wiew t Years CYreefinte- c firf Mid Winter Closmg Out SaM i T Lr It iSJeverythingI t snake room for Spring Gomln Mjd to reduce our stOrK btforeu sloifk 5 t thing which Avnnegin on time fiVstorAinrcii neat Xfr 1 Every thiftgVill feo in this Vie lOthingIresy nods 1rF7oodn Mcns hats and fiilitts J everytljrng in yiul 5rwearCIOnk 6nptFTver CoaiSj Mitukiiitoshcs for aura Aiitl women mid Men and Vejtne1i Gliihlrcns Shoes Rubbers jut nil StyUcftions Millfiicry arIeSrwtsns Towels Bleach and Drown Collon Check Hhirtings Donlnusr Jans Percales Outing Kibbonu1 Laine Enibniiilories JJirecH 11 Skll iSjiirt waist Canton rattan Loci talcs China dales and Tinware fNothing will ho reserved front this pale So coinu+ varlyandi et y f s Jnie of the good values before they are picked l p 1 iThanking our ninny fiicntls for their liberal pntr6nnj aii su I limiting a oiitiMiiance of the sumo and wishiiiB yon ell + tt hiTji115iii I 1 prosiifroti8 New Year wo are Yours very truly oifli s JW WlbbAMS Glay ityiICj i C Of J fys The Whitest White Cakei l z The Lightes Light Rolls 1 And Flakiest Biscuit i A ro Pintle I nYnTcJ ii Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Yf Take no OtherEvery Sack Guaranteed fMANUFACTURED BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KY s Snhl byour Leading Merchants jvH r M II OlIUNhIltusllusT 1 F COX LrirD t c x + L iNAm I l I At Bo jNI jf O LAZI 1 GLAYCriT KY 1001r CAllTAL 30000 00- 11c solicit your business and nrcorcl to dcpofitors every uccominodation which their business anti responsibility warrant 0fUv r n- j i ifi+ J t Wanted 75000 Pieces of Fur II4 To Trappers and Dealers in r i FURS Hemjlarthnt I tin still ilf the ninrket iiiul this seiifon butlerf than ever preparrd to put yoil full value forv l I Al JKjnds of Fur Skins 0 Those whohiivo soul tome in the past will testify to my fair nssorhu nt find prompt payment Dont4 e deceived lay jiiiA M quoted circiilarx Jti tIe 1 r WR CASSIDY Clay Cjtyl Y ir1 lf ARE YOU DEAF tw- ri A ANYNERD y iB t of NOISES if f to V l ALL CASES OF t DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING B ARE NOW CURABLE i ateHEAD t FrA WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS BALTIMORE bid March 30 toot OllaalugandthlskeptdogtltingworseuntilIhstmy 7 tI nn taRreatmentforcatarrhforthrecmonthLwlthoutanqsuceesaconaul edanumber of phyal nl among most ear ipeclallit of llilscily who told me tintonly an operation could help me and even that temporarily that the head noised wouldethen cease the heariuifln the affected ear wquld be treatbent i youieartdyandbegtoremala alumoreMdOrcltrcatntetlt d I addctrfr4eYOUCAN CURE YOURSELF AT NOME nCi atoedna1 tamceet 1 TEt1NATI AL lAUlIAL GtltfICb86 LASgLLE AYE CHICA0t1 ILLrt fil rin1lJhf il j t 4rf Y kW O JIt Q j t a h hC t L1 L L c t THEM TIMES =AN ALL IIO11E MADE 1 AF ER- CLAY CITY THURSDAY FEB 201902 IL OAIJBREVITIES OuriClosIng out Palo will continue till thejfirst of March and everything will goat cost BO as to make room for our Spring Goods the first shipment of which ift alrtiudy in If you have not yet examined liar line of goods and prices twill pay you to do so Mrs JW WilliamsClay Ky t Editor Chase was down from Stanton Monday I TAlton of Indian Fields I wasin town Thursday f A Mr Risk fur dealer of Lex ington was in town Friday Joel Gravott of Winchester i was seen on our streets Tuesday I Allof the ico houses have been r tilled and the harvest is still with us i Miss Savage of Ashland is vis iting her sister Mrs Hood this week Lloyd Todd of Spoutspring waV transacting business in town Monday J W Henry is down tlfisweek with rheumatism His sufferings l are quite severe 50 ct Shirts 38 its 2 for7frcts Cut nrice 1uleat MrsT W Will t iams Clay City Ky I T The Sunday school teachers t iT juepting vas holed at the Clay + 0jty Hotel last nig- htTlieEState r Convention f V twill be held this year in Cynthi i ana March 2 8 and 4 Mrs Jns Corey of Flanagan ns visiting her mother Mrs Judge Mastin near this place The roads ale now as good as any time in the year but look out when they thaw out There are more preachers from Kentucky in Missouri than from any other two States in the Un i ion Mrs J F Cox who has been visiting her sister Mrs Ed Ed trnrlSut Dayton Ohio has returned I home Dr Webber president of the Kentucky Wesreyan preached here Sunday morning and at night to interested audiences Eld N Mclntosh of Spout rspring wasJiere a short while Saturday Uownsonhis wuj to Blade to fill his monthly appoint + Jiient Tn umpartsthe quail aresuid to be dying in great quantities on account of the eon t tinued cold weather and scarcity t of food trT iUoscbc Hemytvltile fooling J with apistol Sunday shot hjin 1selfii the right hip lIIQ bullet downward and was cutout on tho opposite side in his thighWIteuyoqJack energy do not relish your food feel dull and stu 1after catngnl you need is u dose of Chamberlains Stomach t Liver Tableis Tliey will muke you feel like a now man and give you an like a ibqtar vFoi 1 dulebyall dealers in fpateht med u tetuetla t Tf t co F t v l W Jt Good time to save sonic money on your ninny wonts in Merchan dise at the price making pale now going on at Mrs J W Will this Clay City Ky Wo call attention in this issue to the advertisement of M Bai ley merchant and custom miller Mr Bailey conducting his bus iness on a principle that will gain trade and profit for him For a short while we will sell Foleya Kidney Cure Guaranteed to cure till Kidney discuses OUCvS size 35 cts Foleys Honey and Tar 25 cts size for 20 cents Tattle page fc Son The handle factory is getting in a great deal of timber told will be adlo to run for some mouths when they start up again TheI very best handles made are being turned out from this concernI Our people are not always as courteous to strangers as they should be and we hope last Sun day nights experience will be an object lesson to them But we are going to do better the next trims Mr Wheeler Got Hid of His Ehenmailim During the winter of 1898 I was so lame in my jointsin fact all over my body that I could hardly hobble around when I bgught a bottle of Chamberlains pain Balm from the first application 1 began to get weJland was cured nndI have porked steadily all the year P Wheeler Northwood N Y For sale by nil dealers in patent medicines TheZ T Hurst cannel coal mine in Breathitt county was set waslgreatly of the o their if I hav Cambeu t Cough Hemefly for a number of years and hue no hesitunry in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup 1 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 ground hog which had come to be a prophet without honor in his own country is regaining his former prestige The 20 Insof February convince the public that he didnt Ht ehis shad ow for nothingV For Stomach Tronblen I Late taken ngrent many different medicines fur stpmach trouble and constipation says Mrs S Geiger of Drunkenton Iowa hut never hutU8 good results from anyas from Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all dealers in patent med icines Dont forget this oflice when you need any kind of Job Prhiting To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund the mon ey if it fails tocure E W Groves signature is on each box 25c 15 alii j rhea r rnalure In on every bon of boJeol- Laxutive8romoQuinine billet ht remedy that erne n cold la MM day Do You Want aPotition in Florid 111 commercial industrial or eduen ttonnl iinen If sor address with stamp for lull pnrtlpulnrnDEPAUTMKNT K Florida IndustrialItccord Jacksonville Fil- lbeeL hue of samples for suits Ii tLlttlepagetL Son 1 y r 1 The Kentucky Union Compa ny was adjudged to be the own ers of abbtif 12000 acres of land iii Perry county by a decision of the Court of Appeals in the case taken up from Perry wherein Arch Cornett and others were parties =Breatlitt News Over Coats Suits and Pants Cloaks an Trapes mens and wo Tneris Mnoklnloshee onlj a few of the nbove but we dontx want to tarry anyof them over Didwe are making prices to move thom If you need any thing inthis line your money hill count for more than ever before Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Messrp T B Ware Geo W Clark and D It Daniel have purchased a patent right for a churn which is byfnr the best we ever saw It is easily operated and simple in construction The trio will doubtless succeed in dispos ing of a number of machines Tho articles of incorporation of theSwnnn Dny Lumber Company of Clay City were filed with the Secretary of State Tuesday The incorporatorOre Jas Swami of New York FAloyd Pay of Jackson and ES Jouett of Winchester Th caIitalslocl is two hundred tho and Biiiioni Colic H Soever a carpenter and bail der of Kenton jrenn when suffer ing intenselyfrom an atiact ofbi linus colic sentto a near by drugstore for soniet to relieve himing The drugJst nt him a bottle of Cliamberlainspilic CliMeru and doses of which effected t permanent cure btld11rUggest6 e sale bj ere patent B Frank Burnett a most de serving young man who has been with us since wt have been lucre has returned home We very much regret tojee him leave us butwo were always t night to and haveaItways gone only as we youldpay We only have a living business by doing all the work in getting out our paper and doing the job work ourselves This we had at Spoutspring but thought wo could do better when we located here bufjwe find that our expectations aranot always met ed out We trust however to see our business grow Sh the Spring v Something That Will Do You Good We know of no way eve can be of 01Np flora service to our readers than to tell them of soriCthin that will be of real good to them For this retis on we want to quatit them with what we consider one of the wry best remedies nnthe market for coughs colds odd that alarming complaint croup We refer to Chainberlain8Gongh Remedy W have used it with such good resul- tit household necessity Hyits prompt use wcb vent auy dpubt but that it has time and again pre vented croup Testimonv is giver upon pur tivij exrn rienee and we suggest that OUr uoVrs especially- lhnse who hnviksinuflchildreti ul tvuys keep it ifhthho1Ds IUI II ifeguard against croup n S C Messenger For cult ball y dealers in patent medicines IThe man thilt nestrictly this own business have less business to attendto but it will pay him largerglividendsp I I Charity is hut ouc of the many things that Should begin at home f1 Folow the Procession TD TIT New Yorke Racket Store KEPT BY l Eg BARNETT SON I CLAY CITY KY Who claim to lie headquorters for all kinds of UIrhuuJlse at thc owest Cash Prices that FirstClass goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 220IPearl 240V Superfinet 200 Sc da 12 pounds for 25 cents 1 As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth log we defy nil competition We buy our goods driect front New York make the prices right allow you top prices for all kinds of produce pay Gash for Railroad Ties So call and see how much mousy ill saved in dealing with us Your BARNETT SON j to You Whether you pay a high price for It mediumclass work or si t Medium Price for HighClass Work- If you want a HighClass Work at medium price go to WEBB Watches Clucks ami Jewelry Repaired and adjusted at reasona ble prices He is hcadqimrtersfor the Mail Order Business For anything you want especially Watches and Jewelry When you xvimt to buy anything consult WEBH he will tell you what you ought to pay for it whether yon deal with him or not JlJJto JJ1 7T5JD Main St 6pp Depot M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomrMILLERX CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always on hard Notice I wish to sell my Dwelling and Store Houfe containing n well se niceotrade done built Situated on Maui Street One of the must desirable stands in Clay City Ky Ttrms easy For further particulars up ply to J W Tipton r Old newspapers for stile at this ulllce Sold by all Newsdealers Furnishes MonthlytoaitlovereotMueica- us volume of New Compositions bJtbempluopularautbur 64 Pages or music 10 iongt It Instrumental 21 Complete Pieces for Piano and 22 Page of Musical Literature Once a Month for 25 Cents Yearly Subscription 200 Six Mouths 100 Inoneresrrongetnearly600FagesofMurieeomprielug If bought In any one would colt 10500 If you will tend Ditb name l urOrgwweMllenOyouaumplecopyFreeJ tchth Locust SU rhll lihl Pa r 0- w V I U Mark Twains Cousin- G C Clemens of Topeka Kan the noted constitutional lawyer who bears 4so striking a re semblance to Mark Twain Samuel B Clemens that he is frequent ly taken for the original Mark O C Clement is a man of deep intellect and wide experience He is con sidered one of tlc foremost lawyers in this country In a re cent letter to the Dr Miles Medical Co Mr Clcmcnssays S S Personal experience and obser vation have thoroughly satisfied me that Dr Miles Nervine contains true merit and It excellent for what It is recom mended 4 Mr Norman Yaltrlp Pres Bank ers Fraternal Society Chicago says PelMiles S are Invaluable for headache and all sin I had been a great sufferer from I headache until I learned of the efficacy ot tV Miles Pain tills Now I always carry firm and prevent recurring at tacks wVinair the symptoms first ajjpcv Sold by all Druggist Price 23c per fox Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhari Ind I photororgetCAEAT BOOK ON PATENTS o-payefee i ueASNOW coatentLa1ersWASHINGTON DC i t T1TE Winchestei Bank INcORPORATED N H WrriiEnsrooy Pr- esWinchester Ky a CapitalStock 200000 Surplus 20030 Vo solicit the accounts of indi vid unlx firms nnd corporations b4- 2CourierJournal 1LJiI 104 TIMES A YEAR COURIERJOURNAL in the United States for Democrats nnd manyHui1iesSemiWeeklies Henry WnttersonEd itor The Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to The Home Sample copies sent free on npplication Address to COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements You can get THE TIMES rind the TwiceaWeek ConnerJournal Both one Year for Only One DollarTiiix is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions undo this combinii Him offer must be sent through this ofllw z ak ea Wireless telegraphy will it isI predicted play an important part in Artie exploration In dashes for time Polo heretofore the princi pie dilliculty has been to keep in eonnmicatinn with the base Itf sup plies in order to return to it over trackles wastes or receive aid from those left to guard it A portable apparatus will remove this obstn ticGov Beckhaiadid not hesitate to gay in his speech before the Missourians last week that he favored an appropriation of sufficient size to rive Kentucky nn exhibit at the St Louis Worlds hair that would place her right in the front with sister States The addresses of the three ex Govdrnors of Missouri who were in the partyDlessrs David H Francis Thos T Crit tendon and Win J Stoneswero especially well received by the Legislatnse and favorable action is expected on the pending bill m A 20Corks Screw Col Frank Moore has a little cork screw that ho has carried in his pocket for 2U years and has never drawn a cork with it Its real value is about 10 cents but it stands the Colonel at ao Ibis is the story While stopping at the St Chimes in New Orleans 20 years ago he went out with a jovial party one night in compa ny with a number of other guests of the hotel ono bf whom a young man from the Enst invited the party to a champange spread When tho flow of anecdote and wino had ended the host remarked to him Colonel I find I am a little short Would you kindly accommodate ale vithn 80 loan till re it r di5EWRKToo much housework wrecks woo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night Is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard faco tells tho story of the overworked housewife I anti mother Deranged menses j leucorrhiua and falling of tho womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WHE ABDUl Is doing this for thousands of American women today Itcured Mrs Jones and that is why she i writes this frank letter QUndoane Ky Feb 10 1801 I am to glad that your WIne of Csrdnl is helping me I am feeling better than I have felt for years I am doing m- own work without nay help and I washed last week and was ono hit tired That shows that the Wine is doing mo good I am getting fleshier than I over was before And good and eat hsarty Before I began taking laydonunow I do not think of lying down through the day Mils UICUAKD Jonas 8100 AT DUUOGISTH For advice sad literature ftddreei loml The ldU AclYlwyr l tKboQi ninooj Mend preientattve Wanted Wanted n good representative in this county nude or female for the Florida Industrial Record and its various do pnrtments Good pay to satisfactory party Enclose stamp for particulars Address DEPARTMENT A Florida Industrial Hccord- Jucksonvl1le Fin Perfection is u word that cannot be applied to many products but when itlsuStdJo identify Kerrs best flour JitUxpreegeJi atruth i thesafe Iieulled out tho cash and cheerfully handed it to his friendwho presented him vith the cots screw and to tliis dayhas never seen or heard onus cork screw Iiarrod5btirgDemocrat Quite n novcltywns the shipment of 100 bushels of sorghum seed by Carpenter Bros fpf Wollingfdrd this week to C Brent Bro at Lexington snyatn exchange It was sold ut 81ajjbushel und wu are told tfity could have gotten more for it if they hud been posted nil to its value on lie market We also learn ihatHhey mode 60 barrels of molasses wlichlIdded to their seed sale ought to muke their crop a profitable one EducateFOR A- Situation BwfcKeeplngBuslness PHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting TelegraHI Addms WILBURR SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of his famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Ifedal nt Worlds Exposition Refers tr thnniandi of graduates In IUon Coot of ran nailnr Coarse InciudtagTal- tion Books and Hoard In family about J9- 0ShorihindTypeWritiagandTtlsgrspliySpeciaiQei BBTh Kentucky UnlTeitltr Diploma awerdedgrsdnates Literary CourM fn If derire- dNoTncaUoa Enter now Gradual successful Is order la hare irnur fryers reset w address only WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky KeltKnUuely Vmhenilv Hma g7Wt00 owl V I torlu IlI tttntt attendant laU gnr to write for our confidential letter before applying for It may be worth We promptly obtain U S and For- eignPATENTS and TRADE return EN TIREattorney model sketch or photo and we E FREE report 1XyqJe give the legal rflARlor and our charges are f Lat fyers ceWashlngton DC se IWBSTi Co- St 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