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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ye f iIv r vr t J II J V THE CLAY ITTY TIMES 50 Cents a Year nAdvanc We are here to help Clay City herJIIPLVOlJ 7 CLAY CITY KY TBHURSDAY APRIL 3 1902 NO 14 1 A Big Reduction on Ladies Misses and Childrens Capes Jackets and Furs We have on hand a stock of above goods which Wo are closing out At Cost 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 SMmfessel Waldron WIELDS A SHARP AX Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut oil by Dr Kings New Life Pills the most distress tog too Stomach Liver and Bow el troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Ap petite Jaundice Billiousness Fe vet Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25cat Clay City Lumber d Stave Cos store WVaughnsIlH Mr Bill Ware nod daughter are down with measles Morgan McKinney and wife spent Sunday with A P Bush Morgan McKinney bought of Dick King a line horse for 70 Miss May Hanks of Bowen visited relatives nt this place last weekMr I George Ware of College Hill is visiting his parents this week G W Clark traded two year ling mules to John Burris for ono work mule G W Bush Everett and Ray Burgher enjoyed themselves eat ing eggs nt Allen Gravetts Sun day Misses Allie Pollie and Nancy Bush visited Misses Annie and Dollie Gravett Saturday night and Sunday Miss May Hanks who has been visiting friends at this place was nailed homo Wednesday on ac count of the illness of her moth Fe Miss Fannie Jackson who has been visiting her sister Mrs Betsy Kupard of Wades Mill returned homo Saturday accom panied by her sister Snow Creek Allen Eads is home from Ford quite sick Jack Parker sold a mule at Win theater court for 75 We understand that a Sunday school will be organized at Snow Creek soon Uncle Buck Berry will soon move to Brush Creek We regret to lose huh r y y t 4 Benj Stone sold to It H Grav ett five barrels of corn at 8300 per barrel delivered Misses Mayme and Jesse Lowry were the guests of Miss Ella Elkin Saturday and Sunday Mrs Breck Brown of Win chester was the guest of her moth er Mrs Martin last week J G Vivion and wife visited the AldllreScottnear day Mrs Flora Vaughn and Willie were the guests of their sister Mrs Lena Turtle at Winchester Satur day and Sunday Millard Lorry of Winchester visited relatives and friends here several days lust week lie also sold quite a number of patent lamp burner Uncle Press Everman celebrated his 80th birthday Sunday Quite a number of his friends were pres ant Uncle Press is fast ripen ing for the grave but it is grand to know that he is ripening for a home in the sweet by and by There has been something said about organizing a news paper association in Powell county We think this would be a good thing Mr Burgher has expressed him self as being willing to do all in his paver to make it a success We dont see why it should not be Suppose wo meet soon and organ ize What do you all say Mr and lirs Herbert Hullin en tertained quite a number of their friends Saturday night Among those present were J F Eads and wife Davis Ilutson and wHoE Mansfield and wife Luther Martin Misses Mattie and Evert Mortiu Lola and Tena Ogden Messrs Albert and Marion Curtis Thos Og den Jr Reuben Murtin and Tom yule Eads m rA NEARLY FATAL RUNAWAY Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bucklcns Arnica Salvo cured him Just as good for Boils Burns Bruis es Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Erup tions and Piles 25o at C C Lum ft Stave Cos store J r J Long Lick r Chelt KingMU two cows to Hen ry Lilly for 805100 Troy Pucket6old a horse to F R Elkin for 891 50 John Math rY sold to Jack Par ker a horse foj7250 Charley PncKett sold a horse to unknown partiecfor 805 Man Stoned corn to Hub Gravett at S30qper barrel Easter ehowccuup as usual with a cold snap andsiipw and ruin Mrs Nora BfSije of Pilot View visited A T O len last week Thos Lowrjvery sick and isI thought to be ing the fever Uncle William Lowry is very feeble in healtji a this writing Farmers gewfaliy got through sowing tobaccf Kids the past week sb wt rllaltivesweek Tk Rev Gilber reached to n large crowd at the Tote church here Saturday anduijday Chelt Kingjtrajled a goodcoon dog to Milt Berry man for a hog nfL00t James Howard and Ed Combs of Hedges vJ5Kd relatives here the latter part u lest week A M Mices the boy has been pdlInOlMrs Florinda Spry who has been visiting at James Vaughnss the past week returned home Tues dny Willie Vaughn and sister Miss Flora visited their sister Mrs Bill Tuttle at Winchester Saturday and Sunday Several from here have been SUln moned as witnesses in the Sim Dn zarn trial for the killing of Louis Stores now going on Irvine Robert Eads and Charley Puck ett the famous rat killers one ev cuing last week killed 80 rats and itwasnt a very good evening for rats either We would like for you to come this way boys THE GREAT DISMAL SWAMP Of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs causes weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and mus des nnd may induce dangerous maladies But Electric Bitters nev er fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will sure Ily prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria and Stomach nnd Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byes villeO but never found any thnlg as good as Electric Bitters Try them Onyl 50e Clay City Lun Stave Co guarantee satis faction To know what to do and how to do it are the keys to success A man required by his wife to she would not allow him even five cents a day If the millions of women who have done house work and minded the babies nil their lives without a personal nl i CUy CitySy Feb 8 1902 Big Landslide II In Prices baby1i I We Intve a limited stock of each kind of heavy Winter Joods mentioned below which we cannot littorcl to car ry over and will not do so Mens Clothing in suits and Odd Pants Ladies Capes and Jackets Men and HO Underwear Ladies t and Misses Underwear Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts I Mens Womens Boys and Misses Shoes Comforts Blankets and Etc Come early and get first choice You nay name the price We wish to inpress on the needs of the public that we i still carry a full line of Homemade Collins Also a iiicc line of Caskets in both white and black also any f thing you may need in Mens and Womens Robes r a ltT u1I1 er I c Stave o i CLAY CITY KY r r lownncc of one cent a day were to get divorce on that ground there would be a startling dislo cation of society e 7 DOCTORS BAD PLIGHT Two years ago as a result of n severe cold 1 lost my voice write Dr M L Scarbrough of Hebron Ohio then begun an obstinate cough Every remedy known to me as a practicing physician for grewltry Kings New Discovery for Con It sumption Coughs and Colds I ifl1 found quick relief and for last ten days have felt better than for two years Positively guaranteed for Throat and Lung troubles by C C Lum J Stave Co 50c and 1 Trial bottles free GREAT FORTUNES are of gradual growth andtlU lirtlU t11iXT JJVwllfrm UOC5 eor of one must start early in life to saveHow many men at the age of 50 today are toiling for their daily bread when a little thought for the future might have given them ease and comfort at this age Every nun and woman owes it to himself or herself to provide for the future I you have neglected to do so up to the present now is the time to begin We pay a per cent compound interest on your Saving and olFir every security for your deposit Call or write for particulars Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky Educate FORA Situation Book KeeplegBuslness PHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting Telegraphy taarts WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular and rtiponilbla COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Hotel mt World Exposition neferl to thousands of In Coat of Full Board fnmllrDouteToltlon Uooki and In Shorthsnd TypoWritiDg aDd Telegraph peciilfaMi- BflSThe Kentucky Unlterilty Diploma under teal awarded graduate LlteregCooreefree If deelred- PtOYncmUon Eater now eachin addreia oniy In order la or votr tttttn WILBUR R SMITH LexIngton Ky Kelt Kentxtlu Vniwerttty rtuntrcti IMUOOO awl Vid Hfnrv IWM n d lailgnr PROFESSIONAL CARDS NMININN W NINNNMN NNdIdNrINN N NNAMNhNM R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY yJ It N 1 3 4 b- r VI v i it j r TIDE TIMES rimrisiihi KVKUV IllUUS1AY I E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per yearjn ai vancc otherwise 75 Cents Kntoml as secondflat mail mutter Thursday April J CLUB RAZES For the convenience of our sub cribers we have nrrunged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES nd- CouriclJournul 100 u Cincinmiti Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK 11e ore authorized to nnnuunco Mr W T STRINCIEK of Clay City us n cnn dldnte for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to thenction of the Democratic part- ySPOUTSPRING i IJames F McKinney went to Irvine Monday on business Dr T T Breeze of Cobb Hill was in this section the firit of the I weekMrs Joe Cosby has been very low with measles but is some better now Easter was observed here by our people in their usual man ner feasting on eggs Fred Tipton Vlio has been liv ing on Cow Creek for some time gsSlSSiit SiSe aiKaiU f ther Reuben Tipton Eld B S Burgher was called to Virfleii on Monday morning to conduct funeral services over the remains of Mrs Ware Dr H M Winbiirn who built a new house last fall is now be ginning to improve his yard by sowing to grass and etc W J Christopher is getting in his spring goods and is ready to accommodate his customers with what they need at reasonable trices B L Burgher and family are down with measles Air Burgher who has also been aillicted with paralysis is in a very bad condition Tom McKinney has completed his house and is moving back to his place here Tom is a good tvliole soul fellow and has a hearty welcome by his old neigh hors The grand jury closed its work Saturday after making number of indictments We learn an effort was mode to get an indict ment against George Congleton fortho Icillingof Will Hockin hammer hut failed Maria Curtis whoso serious condition was noted incur lust issue died at the home of her soninlaw Berry Hall Satur day Burial Sunday at the old Salem grave yard Funeral ser vices by Eld B S Burgher The L A is having two new locomotives built by the Baldwin Company and hits contracted for 100 coal cars to accommodate the increase of business that will re suIt front the completion of the road to Beattyville It is ox- peetedttlttt the road will be coin pleted to Beattyville by Tune 1 of this year Valley View Ar gent Owing to tho adulteration of Kentucky bluegrass seed with the inferior Canadian products Senator Blackburn has brought the matter to the tatcntidn of tho Agricultural Bureau It is proposed to put a tariff on tho Canadian article that will stop its importation A couple stepped into a Magis trates ollice in Louisville to get married When the Magistrate announced that his fee would be two dollars the prospective groom kicked Aint I worth itasked tho blushing maid Not to me said the prospect ive groom Well there is them that thinks Im worth that munchsaid the maid as sloe walkedout Thus ended a Lou isville romance A Chicago woman has asked for a divorce becaus her husband has no standing in swell society This must he the limit L Jfl4Yd Of enttciy 1rlntfd In five colors and coo taming the latest census reports The reverse1 side contains a su perb map of the United Stated and the world Well made 36X 41 Inches and sells for 100 GIVEN AWAY To every subscriber to The morning1 Herald who pays six months In advance 1fCCO per year or 300 for six months In advance TilE LEXINGTON PUBLISHIM CO Printery Building Lexington ICy WDMAHS RELIEf A really healthy woman has lit tle puiu or discomfort at too menstrual petted No woman needs to have WIno of Cardui will quleUy relieve thoso smarting menstrual pains and the driig iiig head buck and silo ncliw caused by fallingof the womL slid Irregular menses WB EOFCARDUJ has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes tho menstrual organs utrong and healthy Jit la tho provision made by Na tuio to give women relief from the terrible nohea and pains which blight BO manj homos Gasgvwoon LA Oct14 1900 timeIunUItoro I had taken all of It I was relieved toeaytlutyouuroawondertulymedfdne Mos H A Youtrr lcTpgCbAU Kerrs Perfection it beats all Try our cough mixture Heat In thexvorld SOcents for 4ozr K Lit tkpnge +C Son J w pEAFNESSiCANNpf BE CURED by local applfcat as they cnn not rcttOi the disejked portion of the car thorn isly one way to cure deafness andljat is by constitutional remedies Deafness IS caused bynn inllanied condition of tho mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube W Ilh thvs tube gets in limned you haven rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed dearness ill the result and unless the mllatnutioii can be taken out arid toil tube restored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever nine ca ses out of ten are caused by ca tarrh which is nothing but an in Hamed condition of the mucous sur faces Vc will give One Hundred Dol 1M tars for any case fDnfncs8 cans ed by catarrh that can not be cured by lulls Catajrrli Oure Send for circulars free j F 7 CHENKV UIt CoPuledu 0 Sold liyDrug i8t8jr5c Halls Family pilLae the best r In malting lovof hs in making books a great dolldepetids up on the press woflcK a i Send 82c in stiiw s and het full trial treatment 6tlrilsons Mor phine CurlC frj J Wilson Cal vent Tex t- It is money t Mie pocket of the prenolgisf tel a head For JOe in sin s will mml tt full- trial of Wi1S1t1 I lrobncc Curt Never fiiilg Wilson Calvert Tex A PointerlPoiylnventorj If you wish HJntent 1 usiness properly and done send it to Swift It Co PatentTlJinvyers opposite U S Patent of11c Vashington DO They have nodiest1 fled client Write them for their confidential letter A postal card will brie itnrd it may be nnayrwlnlsrrwhere Inthls p c- U t i i Consumption Cured Easily t3ythe FILIPINO METHOD Ml A soldier who snentiwo in the Philippines idoverednnd brought home acertain cure for Consumption and dill lung com plninlP Particulars nid proof fret fro- mCORP WILSON 7 Calvert Tex J 4h MACHINE SHOP flLL KlffDS- OFMachineryRepaired We Keep In StocK Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 15 58 and 12 horse power Tin beat known power for farmers and others printsIS11 I j T CHAS HAG N wIN Hi6iahtT lt r rt- y i 2 WANTEn1Serul persons of charac ter and good reputation in each state one in this county required to repre sent old established wealthy business house of solid ilnancial stnnding Salary 1800 weekly with expenses additional all payable in cash each Wednes day direct front head oflices horse and carriages furnished when necessary References Enclose selfirddressed stamped envelope Manager 310 Cnx ton Building Cliicago rrlrokroaD- I wllhlralliiTnuxniT au Invent or improvetto get VEATTRADEMARK COPYRIGHT PROTECIION Send aketchorphoto I for freo examination and BOOK UIPATEN1Sfeebefbrepatcnt WotaCAaSNOWtCOPatentZawyeraWASHING70NDC Ii s i pcurlogeedirect to every corner eounl Wo quote tno sumo rate to you that we would give the largctwuolcul Jobber offer youanaavortmeuttochooeefromeocheanoother dealer canchow With every purehaeeIwe glvo tho very wa etooar you can rotors tola andwo will pay freight caargai both wayi We can two Profitsfor jou on harnru and other home equlpmrntm V Write for our free lUuitrated catalogue In wblcb we + describe the buggies surreys nhictonn etc that have NAA made our factory famous for tuttr high grade Donti welt untilyour neeolll more presoln wrlto today and J have the catalogue by you for future use THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE a HARNESS CO So tnu Jlnitzy lop SWimirnt mil founil ns model advice elllns eutomelll andwe Columbus 0 PO floe 772 St Louis Mo PO BosM- wtlteInxntoiaca L lm6gyitanwxlarcf770r v j F The Whitest White Cake J y j + The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit I Arc Mndc Ylicii You U C i Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURE BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Lending Merchants 0y4 T Wanted 75000 Pieces Of Fur To Trappers and Heelers in j u FURS L4ai yY fe M= Remqniber that I nm still in the mnrket and this sell lIbetterr r tthan ever prepared to pay you full value for If Al Kinds of Fur Skins r lp Those who IIHVP sold tome in the past ttflh testify to my fnirY tassortment and prompt payment Dont be deceived by iiiis tquoted circular a i WR CASSIDY CllyCity Ky 7 0 Ci li YES frWe Manufacture y Sash Doors Blinds and all Kinds of ii Building Material and Shop work 1 and ioll at Lowest Market Pries Send for EstimatesGJf t RIliI NEE Mrc Ge i 11 l 1 Winchester ley j gyp ARE YOU DEAF Save 4- h 4 iANY t HEAD 1 J NOISES f ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING iiI ARE NOW CURABLEr + by our new invention Only those born deaf arc incurable MEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY 1I FA WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS a tool rft yorCrnTmrtnelngentirely give yru il a my CAse tobeused at your 1 1 About five 3 ara ago my right ear began to slug and thla kept on getting wore until 1 IL I nil a V Iutidcsweutntreatnientforeatnrrhforthree monthawithoutouyaucceeecoasillcdnRum hrrefpyddaaa nmong othert the most eminent ear ftpeelallst of thla city who nietlint all could help me and even that temporarily that the head noise would liieii cra e but the heartn in the affected ear would be lost forever I then aw your advertisement In a New York r and orderedyour treat moat After I had used It afew according to dlrecllonMtlle cud A today Otter five aeekamylieadnginthedieaaedcarliesbeen entirely restored I thank you Ican I bcgto remain Very truly your I A WERMAN 730 B Droadway llaltlmore l d- Our s treatment does not interfere with your nmidl occupation r Kx5rin4ll ml YOU CAN CURE YOURSELf AT HOMElunlINTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO Ill 5 s- s t I i tk h 0 I t- I rl THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE 1 AF ER 1 THURSDAY APRIL 31902 t LOCAL BREVITIES I r The river was very high Sat- urdayand Sunday Dr C D Mansfield was down from Stanton Saturday The Doctors report severalW ases of measles in town Lusby McIntosh a young man I of Sams Was here Tuesday Dr J1 Breee of Cobb Hill was here the first of the week Born to the wife of T Hood on Friday the 28th ult a laugh CV Mr and Mrs H 0 Warm uth- w are visiting relativesnt fronton Ohio The railroad company is put ting up a new water tailk at tins pi uce W A T Mansfield of the Hossl n Roller Mills was in town Saturday Billy Snowden is still core low but his physicians have hopes of his recovery Mr and Mrs Russell Mountz are the proud parents of a bran new baby girl tibia Bonnie Curry of Bour hon county is visiting her cous in Mrs J GEaster No Easter services were held here Sunday but the egg market x r 1t as goodon Saturday 4 S Thp worm spring weathoi was Ii succeeded Sunday morning with I 1 wintry blasts and colder weath cr Toin Stringer who has been sickfor some time eras sent to the hospital at Lexington Monday Try Chamberlains Stomach d Liver Tablets the best physic For Biile byall dealers In patetn niedi cines The Allied Party whose purpose is to unite all reform forces against plutocracy met in Louisville I yesterday e Eld B S Burgers cottage is going up and will be completed i in a few days It will he forrent when finished The Mutual Handle Company has contracted for another large ware loom in which to store the products of their plant The Pebble Sand Oil and Gas Co of Mr Sterling capital stock 100000 filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary of Statei Friday Webbs building will soon be ready for occupancy The paint tins been applied on the outside acid the building is otherwise nearing completion I A movement is on foot to start a subscription blank for the pur i w posofraising a worlds fair fund and thus raise the 100000 which the Senate passed but which fail ed in the House You can get colored Coquille ti Spectacles from W r Webb i fa l For Sale Baled Hay Corn and ono Yearling Bull near Indian Fields by J j JN Bush J 3vt o J 4irL t i 7 1tllY Killes Ware of Marshfield Ind was summoned hero Sunday by the death of his mother Mrs Emily Jane Ware He will remain for a few days visiting his brothers and sisters This paper might be filledwith items like the following and every ono be the absolute truth I had rheumatism for years and tried al most everything but got no perma nent relief until I used Chamberlains Puin Balm three bottles of whichcured me It is the best medicine I ever used Philip E Rhnads Pennsville Mo Pain Balm is for sale by nil dealers in patent medicines The Lexington and Eastern railroad is receiving bids for 100 000 yards of ballnst tracking covering a distance of about fifty miles and entailing a cost of at least 00000 It is likely that the contract will be awarded to the American Stone and Ballast Company of Cincinnati When the job is completed the Lexing ton and Eastern will have ballast ed tracks from Lexington to its termination at JacksonWin chester Democrat A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my regular physician who stands high in his profession After administering three doses of it my SOIl regained consciousness and recoveredentirely within twenty four hours says Mrs Miiry Hal ler of Mt Crawford Va This Remedy is for sale by all dealers in patent medicine William Hocklnhammer Shot Dead thiliIplacethe tatters store It would be a very difficult task to give a cor rect account of the deed as we only have flying reports to judge from Hockinhammer was buri ed at Stanton Sunday Funeral services by Rev R A Irvin Congleton has been cleared on his examining trial at Irvine rA soldier doesnt necessarily undergo a surgicaloperation when deprived of his arms Notice to Claimants All persons holding claims a gainst the estate of J E Burgh er Sr deceased are hereby no tified to file same properly verified with either of the undersign ed on or before April lothor same will be barred from pay ment AdmrsJNotice All persons indebted to the es tate of J E Burgher Sr de ceased are hereby notified to come forth at once and settle same with either of the under signedB AdmrsJ Its a pity the average man does not lose his tongue when he loses his head Dont forget this ufllce when you need any kindof Job Printing Chit signature n on ever Iron of the geanln Laxative BromoQuitllneablets- he remedy that cures a cold la one day DoYon Want aPoiltlon in edl1cn1tl01lal11nes1 for full particularsDEPARTMENT E Florida Industrial Record- Jacksonville Flo S jtMiSs Ware Dead Mrs EmiyTano Ware died at the home fhjrson T B Ware at Virden Saturday night aged 77 years of riielsles Burial Monday at Brush Creek Funeral services by Eld B S Burgher She had llveffa consistant mem ber of the Baptist church for a number of ycras She leaves six living childrenlfCJur sons and two daughtefVT B and Rev DPand Jolin Ware of this county and lCillcs Ware of Marslifield Initand Mesdames J W Baker rof this place and W eden Adams of Virden Good for BhenmatUm Last foWl wits takoi with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism r which caused me great pain and annoyance After trying several prescriptions and rrheumatic cures I decided to use Chamber lains Pain Balm which I had seen advertised in llie South Jerseynmn After two applications of this Remedy I wap much better and after using one bottle was completely cured SallieT Harris Salem N J For sale by all dealers in paa ent medicine ili i Clay City in The lilt The 25 cent flat advance in fire insurance rates on framej- storebuildings merchandise recentlydecided into effect iD Louisville and Kentucky generally March 17 An order to thisiefTect was decided on Tuesday of last week at a se cret meeting of the Governing Committee of the Western Un ion in whos territory Kentucky lies At a preyious meeting of this committee it was decided to leave the question of the advance to a bulletiiiRballot of the members of the union At Tuesdays meeting tlii8aUifflt was formally canvassed and it was found that the requisite 00 per cent had voted in favor of the advance Louisville Times12 Truth preyailsjin the end but a lie always cadsi in the stretch BETTER THAN PILLS The question ihas been naked In what way arc Chamberlains Stomach it Liver Tablets superi or to pills OurVnswer is s They are easier and more plensant to take more mild nd gentle in effect and more reliable as they can al ways be depended upon Then they cleanse ind invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels in a natural condition while pills are more harsh in seffeet and their use is often follow by constipation For sale by nil dealers in patent medicines A good many lppse habits are nothing but nigjifrobes A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs andColds in Children 1 have not the slightest hesitan cy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy all who are ant fering from coughs or coldsays Chns M Cramer Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ce iQnHIt h sQeen some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valua ble medicine and I have repeatedly used it and it had always been beneficial It has cured me quickly of all chest colds It is especially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure then of hoarseness I have per suaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are all as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by ell dealers in patent medicine I See PJ for suits B Jiln Follow the Procession T eprTruv o New York i Racket Store KEPT BY I 11Eg BARiCLAY CITY KY Who claim to he headquarters for all kinds of nierliandise at the 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 220 PearlU 240 Superfine1i 200 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Clothing wedify nil competition We buy our goods driect f om 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 u- sYours AEBARNETTSON- 1Its I 1 I Up to YouWhether you pay a high price for a mediumclass work or a Medium Price for HighClass Work If you want a lligh Class Work at medium price go to WEBB Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and adjusted at reasona i sA ble prices He is headquarters for tile Mail Order Business For anything you want especially Watches and Jewelry When you want to buy anything consult WEBB he will tell you what i you ought to pay for it whether you deal with him or not f i i wJ33JMain St opp Depot M BAILEY Merchant ani Co- stoniMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six jays in the week Fresh Ground Doited Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole b Notice- I wish to sell my Dwelling and Store HOUEO containing a well selected stock of goods with a nice trade done built Situated on Main Street One of the most desirable stands in Clay City Ky Terms easy For further particulars up ply to J W Tipton t Old newspapers for sale at this olllce Sold by all Newsdealers Furnishes Monthly to all lovera of Music vast volume of New Choice Composllionabythemostlapularauthurs 64 Pages or Music 10 Songs It Instrumental 21 Complete Pieces for PianoIand 22 Pages of Musical Literature Once a Month for 25 Cents Yearly Subscription 200 Six Months 100 In ODe year you Ret nearly 800 rages of Mtulc comprl lnz 252 Complete Pieces for the Piano If 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