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Ii i I I 1 II Ar rI1 EfITIMESlip I i t JA A I 50 Cents a Year in Advance 1 1Uelare here to heir C1ayCit 5 ouaiiug Country aoi Ourselvesri E Burgher lr Publisher Vqi 8 VCLAI OITY KY T SDAX MAY 21 1103 NO 21 Letter From Washington Gold endale Wash May lQtlf1003I BRO BURGHER As there has been great nunVber of people that wanted me to write them I will ask you yourplilierf there is some fine valleys of land here also sonic of the upland is good but there is a great deal of the i land that is known as scab land S which cannot be cultivated As to the products you catinot anise a general variety like you can in Kentucky You cannot raise more than the following vegeta bles successfully Beans cucum hers tomatoes mellons This ie a very windy country and it is very dry You have to irrigate the land to make garden or fruit in the valley It is the real es tate agents and railroads that have published the books about this country As to the homestead lands the good is still ahead like the count fry So if a man Contemplates I conning to Washington he had better spend his money for some Keltucky land for this isuot as represented There hhsIwfdly been a diy since iluive been1her e that I did not need my overcoat You need jieavy cpver at night Fruit treks are blooming here now YojJLcan bay green apples t i Jerei rl per bushel Apples r will keep for two Thbest flour is worth fOo liun Bred bacon 12 to 17 fbeef steak round 12c canned fruit high VWdiJvifacturc Sash Blinds Stairways and Etc hardware double price or nerly so horse toed 21nll round Work df all kinds gener higher here than here I am not going to stay here but I want the TIMES while Jam here I will eommence work carpenter ing for the White 1iiie Co to morrow and will get 2 50 to 81 per 1 will probably remain hereuntil fall but I do not like the the and dust The dust some days looks like snow storms We do not any more rain for three or four months Yours J A WEBB Work of Prof John A Rogers one mile South of here lost his barn nil his grain hay and two mute by the torch of incendiary utIawful dNo punishment known to the Jurisprudence se were enough to be nietcd out to any person that would burn live stuck that was arid not escape the consuming flamest Rome lVhadlen aged d Mrs hmisaipouglllsuget 40 were in Lexington I lint week This is the bridesfourfch trip to Hymens altar AVm McQartytthe 1111ife- nidrtlererwlio wits fo have lianrodat Lexington cheat ttho by Raking T m jl t p4IS QnqIJt Y tl9 of 4xecnt56n rrier It iflii I mystery where he obtained the poison 1 Ready IorBuSiness f The firm ofSh lnfcssel cC been 0 and the partnersliirclosed I will the business at the old and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My A New Goods aie lierei 1 A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by ino and sold at prices I have an elegant line off 1 i Fall Millincpy-i X0U can be suited here ladies ill a Stylishund neatly trimmed lint if you can anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should SPO our line buying Wo are out a nice line of Ladies I 0 llilohks packets Capes AT COST and if yon are looking for somethiiig in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage anti earnestly I soliciting a continuance same I am v v o Respectfully yoursiv I J I CI Shinfesse- iIr r It V JIUt Ii t of I t nr ANGB MFG- Winchester CO y i 1 Ky t We Flooring doors Ceiling W therboarding Varandas Pickets I Shingles Store Fronts shooing ally play climate wind expect Incendiaries residing ponfined could Jia married been lasfFriday gsllowa U Waldron having dissolved continue close be befpr6 closing 1 We are te dqu r Building Felt Paper Jrs 1 FlintoidTlpofiihg 3 and Etc fii rrI H I I f 111 Send Zi l i 1 II Prorn Shipments InPmI t e I M 11 r I 1 e I r f r I Fr j iJ or I f Mrs Wriif4astlyis visiting her father S Burgher at Winchester MiS Win11touii Jrlias taken a posItIon as iah un in the SvaiutYDnytu J1 + rI Ompanys- store J Vi Anothergoirtp1ticorrespn dence tillthere aghedso we f Iqwere ceiit to the wasteMask fJr The ladies will Kive an ice cream andstra horny supper at the Methodist chnrch tomorrowwW Friday nigh drais funds for church workij r Eyerv6ne should attend and helpvtiecause The TiMESYWas tiierror last week in i clate for the dedicationoftrC1Fistinnchurch at thisplace will be the third Sunday jtrJltlv and not the third Sun a an June as stated sCia The NeiJlQRoKentucky Oil Co tJqjShiinifes sel farm on HaraiicksVfeek and hl1ve moved t mac1ue opera ting there tqm JjlAtzs form across the rlver11ron here und will drill aAveUwn this place It has ncttvaitirthree weeks sm ewq Ui il ufy rain too a- maunt j t U I1a Jpnllkilds1 f Ve frrQt1 ih growth X rd is v fYl1rt and land breaking is stopped on the account of the hard ground throwing fannerslcjtill further be hind with their w0rk Natural pas A dispatch from Cincin nati of Wednesday says there was a meeting at the Grand Ho tel Tuesday after inon between number of Pennsylvania capital ists who are prepiiring to pipe natural gas from Estill county to Winchester aiid Lexington The company willie organized in a few days antl work will be gin as BOOH Itspossible It will be necessary to lay about ninety miles of pipe to connect Lexington with the field 7 lint Winches ter will have tho first connectipn and Lexington will come next The work will cost 50Q000 and itishoped to niakeall connections by earl fall I The entire deal will be consHlymllteddurlng- Ue conning weekglien the cone pany will be orltimizedI1nd incorporated AVinclieBter Deuio crat WI f SE Police CaI 4 for i f The police oftitachywas tele grapued for Saturday afternoon to arrest two men 1Vni and Charles 5V right of Lee Chu4tyA who were coining this way nVthe L feE r terrorWhenSheriff Kennon fin ii chief Poljce jGeo Goosey arrestedClinrles but as hehadcommittd I offense in the 1neorporationtey thought best to take Jnim t t ton H ro 111 rpther 1Pjllia interferredaqd the officers tht tmd Jilin and bnhigbt hnib j Webb paidjand went hpnieJMs Clmrlds d ttAVM fallen onto SMnton Hndplacud In jdil and StaeIiW before ho- tuuntyj aut1writiea ji 4 L yAr x- a r u u rTHE RacketStore e Owing to the recent illness of mypntIre family I have been Una lilt to serve the good peoplo of Pow ell Estill andadjoining counties as I would have liked to have done As we are now till able too eat all we can get and then some we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LQW PRICES so you will feel when you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Articles Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts 0 veralls Toilet Soups nndu Thou sand and one other bingo will be carried by our RAOKET STORE Dont full to visit us as wo will sell everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE Ic e d ta tw r You cant but em They run from lOc per pair up to 50c They are worth very much more We carryall kinds for the Ladies the Joys and the Girls and we didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE it is too sweet to tell but not to eat OANDY and it is good and Fresh Permit Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream O but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them tit your Gird and she wont think any the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens 84 00 SHOES only 82 25 Ladies 300 i 1 73 2 oO 00 tt 275 141 Childrens 2 00 i lO l2Q 40 75r gg 50c RUBBERS 21 WoolLined Rubbers aJ Underwear Heavy Fleeced Shirts vvortlv 57 cents only 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth1 750 only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth 50only 25 II Drawers 50 25 Ladies Underwear only 25c per garment The Racket Store 1 tf r l WHenryIlms Hardwicks Creek field for the ever progressive New OhioKen tucky Oil Co Dr J D Kiser Merrick Lodge Room 22 Lexington Ky Eye Ear Nose and Throat a Specialty will be at Clay City Friday May House for Rent louse in East end of town well located and with nil conveniences For information apply at this office We are agents for the Butterick Patterns and will get any pattern on short notice for you that we dont happen to have in stock x Mrs J W Williams Clam City Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of shod land well improvedat Lillys Ferry one mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood und other conveniences Will sell at u bargain ALLKX O IIOUN Spout Spring Ky o The Balance i 1 Wheel I rhcrbllnncewlJe Look inside 1t atcitaipomenLk o vibrations an hour ff its in good condition If the movement is slug Jgish theres something wrong It O will move UG58 miles in a year nnd J o requires less titan onetenth of a drop 0 J of oil to make it run But it need J that little badly The lenst degree of friction on the hearing utters othe motion Dont take chances Let 0 me clean nnd oil II lid put your watch J oln order for n year pay and Jsatisfy yo- ushEBI3 the Jeweler CLAY CITY w With a bank account for support you can laugh at all the ills with which you are liable to be come burdened t Money is a panacea for most troubles and with economy yftu can afford to deposit with us regularly anything over your actual expenses f Clay City National Bank clay City Ky IMIOPKS IONAL Gauss NWNrIMNr IMrp1q1NIM Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY IRVIN M D 1PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY ie B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY t- A I 1 1S 4 ww Yi I A t I I rHBi LAY1TTY TIMES 1yA 50 Cents a Year in Athnnci 1 1VcTare here to help Clay City iiog Conntry ani 0ursehes r I E Blirghcr Jr Publisher QVi8 r OLtj j tITY KY J1LJ SPAY MAY 21 1103 NO 21 0 Letter From Washington Gold endale Wash IMay IQtll 1008r Into BURGHER As there has been a reat number of people f tlmtviuded me to write them 1 will ask you for a fh youtfpttper- l Now as to the country there is some fine valleys of land here also sonic of the upland is good but there is a great deal of alto i land that is known ns qcab land which cannot be cultivated As to the products you caiinofVaise a general variety like you can in Kentucky You cannot raise more than the following vegeta bles successfully Beans cucum hers tomatoes incubus This is a very windy country and it is very dry You have to irrigate the land to make garden or fruit in the valley It is the real es tate agents and railroads that have published the books about this country As to the homestead lands the good is still aheadjike the coun fry So if a man Contemplates I coming to Washiligton he had better spend his money for some Kentucky ilandpfor this isnot vas represented There hhsjiatdly been aday since I have beeifhee that I did not need my overcoat YOJlnee4lavy cpver at night Fruit trees are blooming Mete t now Yojjcan buy green apples t hereJorrper bushellApplcs Wllkeep for two years th best is worth 4O per hundred bacon 12 to 173beefsteak round 12c Sash Ceiling Varandas Pickets and Etc hardware double price or nerly so horse shooing 2sall round Work fall kinds gener ally higher here than here I anl not going to stay here but I want the TIMES while Jam here I will commence work carpenter ing for the White 1ine Co to morrow and will gct 2 50 to 8 per dtiy I will remain here until fall but I do liOt like the climate the wind and dust The dust some days looks like snow storms We do not expect any more rain for three or four months Yours J A WEBU i Work of Prof John A Rogers residing one mile South of here lost his barn all his grain hay and two mules b the torch of last Thursday night No insur anco No cause can be given by Mr Rogers or his friends for the awful deed No punishment known to the Jurifepruderice snpuldbe se vere enough to be meted out to any person that would burn livestuCk that was confined arid not es cape thej consuming flames Rome W1 allen1 aged naiid Mrs Louisa Douglas aged 40 were married in Lexington lint Week This is the bridps iourth to altar Wm McCarty ihq yjunfpyile murder eriwlio fo at L xingfcmlllst Friday ahtd Hhe I j iI1r11r g QIiI9n h ICUhdal 9 of lecntjJy rrier It is ii mystery where he obtained the poison i r Ready f For issinessr r The of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved Sand the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continuo to sell the remainder oi 0the old stock AT COST My r- I New Goods ane Hfeere 4i A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close IJricesl have an elegant line of Fall Millinepy I Xou can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hut if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should o our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies t i oaksy Jackets Eaipes AT COST and if you are looking for in this line at a bargain dpnt fail to investigate my stockIThanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am i V Respectfully yoursJIr I CI vIne3eL1J 111 W t c r i 7 r RtMh1ANCE MFG Goi t Winchester Ky v i We MaijufactureFlooJiiig doors Blinds Weatherboarding 1 Stairways Shingles Store FrqntB toed probably Incendiaries incetldinrv could trip Hymens Vas have been v I i I aWe are Headquarters for k Building Paper t 1 Felt Rooflng 1 FlliitoidTlpofiingf11 and Etc XSKS r 3arIJ I 1P 1 UroI jVSend I I e HtHntPromtI 4 Ll 1t ia 1 to iI f l1 0 I j ti- i if V Mrs W Iasp tly id visiting her fatherildtrtBtS Burgher at Winchestr IK lA2 1Vm loan Jas taken n position asda1esmun wSwauir l11palllsl store I 6 1 itAnothe n ghee to wInch there was lio mllgued so we were ccmpeU te Cbpsjgit it to the wastelaAk fJ rThOe an ice cream ahdstrawheny supper at the 1fetilOdU t 1It Ii tQmorrow Friday niglpfbMi80 funds for church work should attend and helptliecauso The TniKS wSi li error last week irigiving59jeidate for thei dedicatidnQfJh3if istian church at this will be the third SundayfnratTitly and not the third Bimaay lli June as stated J m The Nevjj0W6Kentucky Oil Co str ii es sel farm on Hqr lts reek and have moved at machine opera ting there to Dml JllfUtzs form across thd riveroni here and will drill nv placeii4i It has nflw been three weeks smcevy Ihttnfyir ain to amount t at y lyit1Jnl kinds f vratlcheckct in growth ra ilS v ryslnrt- and land breaking is stopped on the account of the hard ground throwing farmer tii1 further be hind with their Yprk Natural JQas A dispatch from Cincin nati of Wednesday says there was a meeting atj the Grand Ho tel Tuesday afternoon between number of Pennsylvania capital ists who are preparing to pipe natural gas from Estill county to Winchester grid Lexington The company will lie organized in a few days antt york will be gin as soon as possible be necessary to lay about ninety miles of pipe to connect Lexing ton with the fieldsibut Winchester will have tliehrat cdnnectipn and Lexington will come next The work will cost 50Q000 and it is hoped to make all connections by early fall The entire deal will be consmatedduring the coming veek ylltm the com pany will be organized and in corporated Winchester Denio crat K k t jji t FortThe police of t tele- graphjed for Saturdayafternoon to arrest two men Wm nod Charles Wright of Lee Chiwityi who wore conilng this way on the L feE train for creating rein of terroh When the train pt1l d in D ity Sheriff Kenhon and hlef Police Geo arrest fCliarles but as he had committed no offense in the incorporation jjiey thought best to tao 1iim tanton H ro his her tV4d11am yrferredtand thoificerH thtn brdught him bel6iJidgo iir Uu w ofoun41inia pHlqh he paid and went home Charles as a takenonlta lty- t1 andIplaced R li diCYae before aunty authuritiis 1 c o X n h fI P- fF4 f X k iFyPr trtf1 rtLS all 1r TH- ERacket Store Owing to the recent illness of my entire family I have been una blejto serve the good people of Pow oil Estill und adjoining counties as I would have liked to have done As we are now all able too eat all we can get and then some we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LQW PRICES so you will feel when you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Ar- ticlesI Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q verillg Toilet Soaps nndn Thou sand and one other hings will be carried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit ns as we will sell everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE 1 t i1 r You cant beat em They run from lOc per pair up to 50c They are worth very much more We carry all kinds for the Ladies the Boys und the Girls and we didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDY and it is good and Fresh Peinot Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream p but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them tu your Gird and she wont thinkany the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens 84 00 SHOES only 82 211 Ladies U 00c i 173 2 00II IJ- II 275 1431 Childrens 2 00 no- II 1 QII 40 75 II 22 50c RUBBERS 24 WoolLined Rubbers Ja Underwear Hpavy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only45cHeavy Fleeced Drawers worth I 7Qu only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth 50only 25 H Drawers II 50II 25 Ladies Underwear only 2oc per garment I The Racket Stotef t I 1 3 t t WI1cnryIHardwicks Creek Hold for the ever progressive Now OhioKen tucky Oil Co Dr J D Kiser derrick Lodge Room 22 Lexington Ky EyeeEar Nose and Throat a Specialty will be at Clay City Friday Jlay g House for Rent House in Eust end of town well located and with all conveniences For information apply at this office We are agents for the Butterick Patterns and will get any pattern on short notice for you that we dont happen to have in stock x litsJ W Williams Clav City Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of loud land well improved ut Lillys Ferry 1 oneimile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwelling of six rooms and nil necessary outbuildings Good neighborhoodaund other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN 0no N Spout Spring Ky eeoeeeesQonThe Wheel j r Look inside our vntchainorm nt Thtrbrilancewbeelisinnkinq Ist9G vibrations nn hour if its in good condition If the movement is shifjJ gtsh thereVsoniething wrong will move 3558 miles in a year and J requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs thnt little badly The least degree oC friction Oil the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let me clean and oil and put your wuteh in order for a year It will pay and satisfy you WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITV oo With a bank account for support you can laugh at all the ills with which you are liable to be come burdenedeMoney is a panacea for most troubles and with economy you can afford to deposit with us regularly anything over your actual expenses 0 Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky 1ROKKSSIONAL CVUDS NNN INyNhNNNNPhNhNNNINU 1NMNM WNM- t Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY if B LnTtEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON CLAY CITY KY t t I cJ THE TIMES PUIILISnED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad race otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday May 21 1003 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices e below mentioned The TIMES andICourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 9 Ii Louisville Commercial 75 H Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING Tommy Christopher was below the lust of the week Miss Olevie McKinney was vis iting in Mt Sterling the first of the week Rev B S Burgher of near Winchester was here a short time Monday- Miss Besse Bffrnett is visiting her sister Mrs J W Dawson at Millers Creek this week Elder B F Wright and son Johnny were among the Mt Sterling court visitors Monday Mrs Elizabeth Burgher is im proving under the efficient treat ment of Dr Irvin of Clay City Miss Katie Tiptoh and Mr Zeke Sanford of Olay City were visiting friends in the village anday Mrs AR Lowry of Pilot View is visiting her father W J Christopher and family this week f Rev V B Daughelee will sup plythe stand at the Methodist church Sunday morning in the absence of Pastor Willis Mr and Mrs JW Dawson of Millerss Creek returned home Tuesday Mrs Dawson had been with her parents Mr and Mrs Barnett several days Stock of Goods For Sale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good standand good store house A splendid opportunity for anyone desiring to enter a business of this kind W J CHKISTOPHER Spout Spring Ky The Bread Maker lies no fears of the result when us ing Mansfields Best Patent Flour Milled from the best wheat in our way the way that retains the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry Buy it from your Grocer and have better and healthierbread inyour home R C Mansfield Son H08SLYN KYJ 7 1 I k qn The CityCouncil So far we lave heard ho tall of candidates for the various city officers of Clay City which are to be elected this fall Competent men should be put up and onlj those who are really identifiec with the best interest of the town We need men in office who cur bothsay yes and no When a proposition comes to better our streets improve our side walks bridge the river or for any other needed improvement we want Councilmen who will say yes And we want a Council that will say no when asked to grant a low saloon license or when ask ed for special privileges by anyone unless it is of general bi commercial benefit td the town and only then for a limited time and when it is an inducement tc business to locate in our midst Clay City is sorely in need of abridge across Red river to let trade out and into to the town and this improvement alone would be worth many dollars to our merchants during at least six months in the year The only way to get the bridge is for us to build it and the quicker the better Good men do not always make admirable Councilmen as they are sometimes apt to look at the situation from the other side and in so doing they thwart the best interests of the town Nothing of real value comes without cost and some exertion and so this is the way with Clay Citys needs The heavy taxpayers of the x incorporation may think such improvements are too costly and cannot be undertaken Here is where the man who can make a dollar do a great deal is going to come in The TIMES be li ves that all the above mention- ed1lecessatriescan be 6btaified without an increased tax levyby simply using a little precaution and economy on every branch of the citys expenditure Rports The way the arrest of the Wright boys at this place Satur day was colored and tipped in the daily papers is perhaps a fair sample of the misstatements that appear every day in their columns These men are referred to as Jackson feudists pf the Hargift faction who had gone to Will chester to liberate Curt Jett from jail there when they were not feudists nor were they from Jackson or Breathitt county but were drunken citizens from Lee The papers stated they raised a battle with our officers in which the latter were wounded all of which is basely and malaciously false Not a shot was fired nor a blow passed The story of these mountain feuds is so badly and intently Misrepresented that one hardly knows to believe any of the re ports except when one is killed Howfwerthe situation is bad iiiough and far too bad without the additional falsities attached to work up a detestation for that part of the Commonwealth In this issue will be found a letter from Rev J A Webb now in far off Washington state He loesnt stand back on telling the true state of affairs in the West 3e holds the real estate agents md railroads responsible for the lecoptidn He might have also included the local newspapers which laving a thorough knowledge of the unscrupulous projectscoil inually advertise these frandu lent schemes thereby helping to 1 r I r dI fleece theirrA r8 of their linn earned nimiegesides the de struction o i any prosperous happy arid cphtented houses for the paltry suni they realize for the mUeage book given in exchange for the advertis ing and toi tifrh this tranporta tion into cas ifrequires a conde sc i1SlOnofnfgrrt nnd honesty to a very IbwfHegree Yat many of our socalled best local paper are running over with these hum bug ads- No such advertising over rip geared in theJTiMKS as all of our readers can attesti Jr t The troubles n Breathitt arc provoking touch cqmment am many Bchemesfare being devisee to put a stop to them One of them is to dissolve the county and let it go to the makeup of neighboring qxnmties while ofh ers are to callia special session of the Legislature to enact some thing to meet emergency ancl etc The result will about be that nothing will be done and assassination will occasionally continue as heretofore until all the principals fire killed or driven from thee county which seems to be progressing very well The Democratic state ticket is unchanged from the report of last week jyjiiich appeared in these columns It is a bonanzn DeafneSs Cannot be Cured b local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portiors of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is cans ed by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining bf the Eustachian Tube When this tube is Inflame l you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearingand when it is en T r1 rlrTfli iethe resuilj ana unless the inflaraution cart be taken out and this tube restored tr its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous services We will give One Hundred Deli larsfor any case of Deafness nuts by catarrh that cannot be cured by HallsCatarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggist J6c Halls Family Pills are the best FEMALEWEAKNESS 61714 961reonelderto anf doctors medicine 1 ever used and i know whereof Ilpeak Xintv tered for aloe mouthl with IUpprolled prostracedmYback and side and I would have blinding headaches limbs would swell and I w aldfeelaoweAttI- ooald not Mend I naturally felt beyondtheeCardui came Ia Ood lend to me I felt a change for tile better within a week After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without luttenng the agonies I uiually did and soon became 01Oardulllthat all sOlferlDIwomeaJ of 1U rood f Itr e iTreasurer PortlaadHcoaoialo Leila Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wine of Cardui cures permanently lineteea outol every CMM irregular- menses bearing down pains or female weafeais It are discouragedani doctors hare reason iabeet the world ihoild Wine of CarduinowtRmember that Secure aloo beMIeoiWi of Cardui today f S J 1 Yrwi ci- f i I Y- if lrn 1 Slllve ToMorphine From Q c1orsOrders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shattered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to Miles in restor fag to health and nomtalctivity- rI feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re iterative Nervlne dope for me that 1 must tell It for that pait of humanity that suffers as I huve the three rears I suffered from nervous prostration I found no relief oreLrid of suffering I took morphine myself as was the only tbn would rive ease and now you whopoint With scorn at when in thirigtbatwai a terrible habit and Iknew of its deadly grasp but I newer realized Its siiDlli canoe until I had used Iadumberof montha Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I and there to quit it and resolved I would bo a slave to any sash demon About this timeI hapdehed to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adyer tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I Can truthfully Iam cured of using morphine however much per sons ma it Gore Is my witness I am cured This testimonial Is unsdllclted but I feel it du to give it for theibenefitof the s MArrlEP1ilWrsPrescottArkAll tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Consumption Cured EasHy By thea Filipino MethodAs- oldierwho srient two years in 1 the Philippines discoveredand brought home a certain cure for Consumption and all lung cpm plaints Particulars and i proof fre v fro- mCQRR WILSbN Calvert Tex structton ALBION JfJi t Clay City Hotelm 1tJ oIJII l t Table supplied with tJiebeHt ther l markert affords Everything IIcntiand clean Rates 8100perday hit 1 MACHINE SF OP fILL KINDS OF ly Machinery Repaired A We leepIq Stoclr i SteaM Fittings Hose and Electrical SuppliesrWE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines 4 In 15 S and 12 horse power The Lest known Iothelflon this 1LJiWINCHESTER kY n M BAILEYJ V Merchant arid Custom t MILLERCLAY CITY KY r Custom work six days in the week l Fresh GroQni Bolted Meal always on hanl Grinds for onesixth tole j Littlepage Son i RUGGlSTJt CClay City Ky i I Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery and Etc i f- J F IVescription carefully compounded 1 f ++ + + + +++ FfY43 H+ t+a++++ + + +4 ls+++ f lf The Whitest White Cake r The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit v Vt Are Mudo When Yon Use Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take BO Other Every Sick Guaranteed ii MANUFACTURED BY J A TAIN VERSAILLES KY t t Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 IJA tftA Built tofearFinished to Please 12 1 reputatloQfor fr11IJt Silo tHljthPONlblll warrantrdollrVehlc11S carrlAlrtBeod BUGGY CO 3I ALBION niCH Subscribe Apr The I t 0 49 Road s Wigon r r1 I TK TIMESI JtF 1 f3jr 1 ti I 1 I f I 1 II 0 t t J 5 3 s Lt1 YHr- Lry w THE TIMESr t nv I It AN ALL IIOME MADE PAPERt L I i JUURSDAY MAY 21 1903 f IJOOAIJnUEVITIESq v Mrs Sallie Tipton of Donncl i ly is visiting her sonJ B Tip ton and vifeat Rosslyn L f There seems to be quite a lot of tanbark being delivered at this market and it is commanding good prices James Woolery hay been awhrd ed the contract to carry the mail t from this place to Union Hull at an advanced salary i Rev 11 A Irvin pastor of the Presbyterian church filled the I stand at this place bath morning i and evening Sunday 1 Joint Bennett State Senator IllSJa Miss lloyt Adams the accom I plisheddanghterofJuclgeAdatns was the guest of Mrs Hubert i Hunter at Rosslyn last week I t Mrs M L Christopher in re I subscription to time TIMES writes to have her paper changed front Era Texas to Tex homa Okln Diednt his home near Vaughns Mill the 7tli inst James OlmrleSj of brain trouble Bu rial the 8th at the Christian Ii church Jiear his home A V tti1Janies Holnmn of Bowen one t Iofthe best wagon makers in this of the State was down Thursday ni lmtand gave the tyiMEs office aa agreeable call f Mrs E Maxwellof this city r who hasbeen dangerously ill for the past fortnight is now much improved and it is tthought she it will soon regain her usual health Mrs 0 0 Todd and son Mas ter Everett and little daughter Miss MyrJtee were guests of Mrs odds daughter Mrs W H Eubank front Friday till Sunday Thoso smart jack leg fellows who keep wanting to writes our editorials for us had just as well save their samples ana postage j whemi aweit ult heap work we do itourselvesS 4 A dispatch from Winchester t says an attempt was made to poison Curt Jett who is now confined in jail there on the charge of assassinating J B Marcuin at Jackson t j Mejss rs Reeves and Berfynian yljo f have yeeniittehdin ours shoal passed examinations for teachers certificates at Will hes t N tor and will teach sclpol in r ttOIlrkcounty this fall The matter which goes to the J f make up of the TIMES may not Jte as spicy as that of the Couri YellowtIfIt 5 every It f1gl mini Where no credit isgiven I t A special session pf the Breath I tT itt Circuit Court has pen culled J by Judge Rettiiucto meet May- i i 125 Acompany of State troops t yill be Detached to protect the the court in its investigations pbysKi LLiver Tablets are easy to in effect For rFu subebyalhdealersmpateitt medl I cmgt tJ t 1 ja c 1 r f l t rt t l 1- I J l Q J r f The Democrats of the Legisln tive district embracing the counties of Breathitt Lee and Magof fin have nominated Carl Day oT Breathitt for Representative- Mr Day is a brother of Walter R Day former State Treasurer whp SB well known in this city Well made Ready males in ladies Skirts Now patterns new styles lowest prices Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky We frequently get extensive obituary notices to be published gratis AH should remember that fdr such services we charge at the rate of 5 cents per line Deathnotices are free however Blackberries lire in full bloom and front the indications there will be a large yield Now if we but had a canning factory to I save what we raise It would menu inany amore dollars for this county Four Clay City people took the teachers examination at Stanton last Friday mid Satur lay namely Messrs Collins Snowden Bennett White and Durrett White In all there were twelve applicants Died at her home on Hard wicks creek Saturday night Mrs Walter Mitchel of fever Funeral services at the Vaughns Mill Christian church Sunday by Bid B F Wright and burial on Frames Branch after the funeral James Woolery who by time tray is one of the best Democrats in Powrell county will make the race for Assessor in the primary to be called No gentleman is more deserving than Mr Wool cry and he will be a strong can didate The Best Liniment 1 have derived greatbenefit from the use of Chamberlains Pun Balm for rheumntism and lumba goi say Mrs Anna Hagelgans of Tuckaboe N J My husband used it for a sprained back and was also quicklrelieved In fact it is the best family liniment I have ever used 1 would not think of being without it I have recom mended it to many and they always speak very highly of it und declare its merits are wonderful For sale by alUdealers in patent medicine Leaves Clay City Mr John 0 Fitch our clever depot ngeiit lids been prolnot d to the position of Car AgWtwith headquarters Lexington Mr Fitch made the L E one of the best agents on the road aid atClayOhy ho was very popular He will moveto the bluegrass capital at q ICe and assume1 the unties of his oflice All the tgrittothe tovu but th arp d tf theyhavei I GREATLY ALARMED By a- vpreslstent Cough but erma j neatly Cured Chamberlains f J v Cough Remedy atflawtroubled for four or five years with continuous cough which Hesays greatly alarmed me causing me to fear that I was in the first stage of consumption Mr BUrbage having seen Ohambcrlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try itNow d Vh tite sas bflt HIjoon felt a remarkable change and after using two bottles of twen tyfive cent size was permanently cured Sold by all dealers In patent medicineS k i 1u Toe Ore ta Risk In almbsMpvery neighborhood SOW on e from an attack of colic orichplear morbus often before medicine could bEt procured Or a physician summoned A reli able remedy for these diseases should be kepit at hand The risk is too great for anyone to take C 1Ilm Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubted ly saved thelLves of more people rind more pain and suffer ing than anyiothef mediuine in use It can uponIFor sale by all dealeas in putent medicine DangerousCompanions Hardly a day pusses but what sonie one is accidentally killed or wounded1whi1ocurellssl handling a the fatality 11uIOUt us great to those who Garry them from ones own hand as it is from the in diction of injury from the ene mys hand Wthis should he a warning to others to let such worthless companions alone A Farmer Straightened Out A than Jivingon a farm near here came in a short time ago como pletely doubled up with rheumatism I handed him a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to use it freely and if not sails fied after using tit lie need not pay a cent for hy says C P Rayder of pattens Mill N Y A few days later hew lkefl into tho store us straight as ii tring and handed me a dollar saying give me anoth er bottle of Chamberlains Pain Bulm I want Jt in the house all the time for cured me Forsale by all denIers ipjpatent medicine An Intelligent Speaker Eld1V J Delaney a Baptist ministeJ of Indianapolis and an expriest of the Ronian Catholic clmreltspokohj a Tuesday and last night exposing Catholicism in a very open manner The people of this part of the State know practically nothing of this churches beliefand prac tices undo all who Bear Join are simply startled at his statements He seems to nwv bean earnest worker for hisMasters cause and should receive great encour agemeit in his YorkI Mr Joseph Pomihville of Still water Minn after having spent over 82000 with ti the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advised by his druggist Mr Alex Richard To try a box of Chamberlains Stomachumpd Liver Tatbets Ho did eoand is a well man today If troubled with in digestion bad taste in tho mouth lack of appetite for constipation give these Tablet a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the results For sale at 25 cents r box by all dealers in pat ent medtcmne + Time 50 h n1l1u I lave of time Gnind Conanaimderof Kentucky Kiifghts Te nplnrsJ are in session at Ovvensboro T 1r t 1 rJ n v- At One Half t Cost LIoNCoffee lflaed tancrbrarids atthe game prlcelta o be corm paredwitklkm Ingpality sghtaea Jj I V si A Just R y ived ifltcmFutorrI IHIBAICSMAN AMERICA CUTEST A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED DY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLI trrvr Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them nigh and they can depend upon getting everything they need at living prices Wo want your produce and if top prices will get it j we are going to trade with you I We are now coducting a general store atSpoutspring where I the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main storeiWe Are In The Timber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbark andRailroad Ties in this section thatmoneynnbuy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded t 55 i f A- Dont Trade 1 until you see us Twill pay ypu Remember full stores at both placesS Ao E BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY t J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hall Cuts Shampooing undnil kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find keen razors and clean towels I I Laundry Agency in Connection- S Dont fail to give him a call D H WHITE HEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty located in the s Eaton shop atthcoldrace crossing jr 7 J ci 1y I Sweet Potato Plants for Sale Sweet Potato slirs for every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come nnd get what you need All of the best varieties T W Miz- eVaughns Mill K- YSDANDARD I Shuttle Rotary A STANDARD GRAND SWELL IKOKT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ON BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that a runs is silent as the tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 to our local dealer or If there Is DeApply your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City fly A SOAPTHAT CROWS H Sewing Machine vpThe AAIU N to fsrtc tlal371 AWOtESOAT Amore Toilet gDzrbcr Seep Ample Sh yjngCrc8JDr JUlautoo andpreparationslarge demand In all ectios of Ibo country Made from a combination oi puro Otis nnd the Mexican Atnole hat lonr celebrated for Its lISeptla and pCIWy clean tag properties Theso soaps embed features whli particularly adapt hem to dcllcato Il1o1I sensitive skins- If your dealer does not keep Amolo soap in stock send us within tio next 30 flays I 25 cents and wo will moll yon an assorted box of bleb grade ooop 3 cu j 1 I 1PEORIA l THE Winchestei Bank 1INCORPORATEDj N H WrriiEitspooN Pres Capital Stock 200000I 2000Mj nnlH firms and corporations 542 MEAT MALT J THE IDEAL TONIO ANRECONSTRUCTIVE j Theres Lila and Strength la Every Drop illa1iI OLD MALT 0 r l I Loulirllle bY January 1901 MITMALTCOLoulnlllcKy iectlemealravtngexamined Mat and Malt and being thomughlyacgmtntedwith- f lit composition and of manufacture can Ettte that it Is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It the appetite and Inrlforaiei digestion and sexcites bcne In nervous prostration a4a- lldueasesattendedw lthdebillty Yours L D KASTBNBINEyM D Pharmacy HEAT iMALT DO Loulitvllle Ky II 0 i l I rI r Stanton All The Local News From the Coun ty Seat I Mr P Y Drake of Slnde was in Stanton Tuesday on business Mr W P Minter of Owsley county a first class carpenter has located in our town and isputting the finishing touch on Blackburns implementJioUBe Mr M It Lyle the polite and accommodating salesmnn of C Shimfessel of Clay City spent from Saturday till Tuesday with the family of Sheriff Boone Walter Skidmore of North Fork was here transacting business Tuesday and closed a sale with Cincinnati parties for u large amount of standing timber on his farm and a saw mill will be put on sane at once The liveliest place in Stanton these days is the clerks office occu pied as officials by County Clerk W G Frazier and his wife who is his efficient deputy and both are kept busy recording deeds of vari r ous kinds Miss Hesse Griggsby of Win chester is visiting the familyof Attorney C F Spencer this week Mr Spencer has beautifully decor ated the rooms in his fine residence with paper and moldings bought of J B Blackburn Occasionally Sams We are needing rain in these parts 1Born Mrs J A Cooper Mondaya son The Kentpcky fiver is fordable for the first time since December Mines Besse Witt and Fannie Hallvisite1Mr ijJ Vi cox Saturday night andSurtclayj Died ot her home on Polecat creek Mrs Snrjldtt Vinbum De ce scd was 02 years old She leaves 10 children and numerous friends to mourn her loss We extendour heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family a Kimbrell W G Patrick attended church at Dunaways last Sunday W L Adaran wife and daugh ter attended preaching at Vaughns Mill last Sunday J N C Tuttle of Wincheste is makinga divison of th Sams heirs land this week Mrs Martha Harris of this place is visiting her daughter Mrs E H Bowles at Fox this week Rev V B Donghetee of Clark county will preach at Jacksons Chapel next Sunday in the absence of the regular pastor Rev P H Willis Died at her residence near Sams last Friday May 15th Mrs Sarilda Winburn aged C2 years Burial the following day at the family burial ground Deceased was H kind woman and will bo greatly missed by her bereaved friends We ask Gods consoling blessings upon the bereaved children o Levee Mrs J F Asbury is on the sick list this week Mrs Dora Witt visited Mrs Neva Witt Sunday The women of our vicinity arc busy house cleaning an garden ing Mr and Mrs E RHall visited their son James BHallat ploy City Sunday + fiit 1 I Mr and MrW Sam Riipard spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Non ne VjjNPI 1Mr Jesse nk who has been sick for some time we areMK glad to say is in Mr Tom Paslleyand wife of near Mt Sterliffg visited thee family of Ben yming Sunday Several frmjnlHiere Attended court at Mt tefIjng Monday Horses and mtiles sold for good prices J We are needingrain here Most of the furthers have quit planting corn the ground is too dry and hard f Messrs H H Witt A 0 and Robert Kidd offthis place left Wednesday 8th for Kansas City Mo wherMthoy will visit relatives and friends during the summer 1Xena1 Wm Hattonwent to Genet Saturday I ij Mr H E Willis of Bowen passed here Sunday on His way to Patsy V Melvin 1lortolnnd wife were guests of Win nod family Sunday Mr Steven Rogers and wife of Waltersville is visiting friends here this week k 4Robert Martin and Fielden Powell Jr visited friends Es till county Sundaya Son Profit iefthero Thursday for Michigan where he will piob ably reside for spine time James A Reedand family of Estill county visited friends and rrelatives nearfiere theiatter part of last week f Mr Ji B Rogers new stock of goods is now reiflS forinsftection and cordinllyfHnvites all to conic and loot wheiherthey buy or notA accident occurred here last Thursday night when John A Rogers barn was burned witji two good mules and all his grain The lossis nearly 500 It was set ol1firoby some unknown person Nothing was known of the fire until the next morning when Mr Rogers went to feed Wo regret the loss to Mr Rogers very Crouch as he is a man well respected in this part Takes The Opposite Side Whenever the musts want anything they begirtworking in the other direction They wanted the Elkins bill Jnssedrt the last sea sion of Congress and that is why they sent those telegramH to the Senate asking ttmOt be killed They knew that would do the trick That is why at this time they are givingout the impression that hey do not want Roosevelt nominatedj or elected Theyknow the people Will give them tvhatlthey do not want Wutchjh gome1i1 wards News Bureau Iv I Marcum DenleSlStdtementi Tlios Muskogee I T a brother of the late JBMarcum of Jackson has written a letter to i1 the statement ofJudgeIurgis that the Marcum o has beep prominent infeugitoubles Hr Marcum makes afplea for the en forcement ot an Breath ittcounty sayng ie wants the guilty punished tliatjthe Inupcent slay live in pencm 1Vhile UUsoTl os said about the IUfi port oae- of tlio Stute otor J e- I i iI vM looked that Estill County not only has excellent prospects for oil but that gas has been found near Irvine which promises a source of much usefulness and profit in the future Pf over twenty wells already drilled nearly every one have furnished flow sufficient to warrant applacces for pumping and from thirteen of these wells 1000 barrels have been put into tanks and still more tanks are being placed and more wells being bored and the prospects is that the fields at Irvine will soon rival the best in the State Not less certain is the outlook for gas A large flow has been found oil White Oak Creek three and a half miles from Irvine and the quantity is certainly sufficient in the one well to furnish our town and vicinity with lights and fuel should the work of bringing it here be undertaken which appears probable in the near future Altogether the oil and gas Outlook is of- muehpromise in ourcouhtyIr vine Herald A Just Reward There is at leastone decent woo man in Indianapolis This is Miss Louise Hadley a chambermaid who was dischtirgedfror n the Hotel English in that city for refusing to mako up the Negro Booker T Washingtons bed The young lady is daiyl receiving contributions from Southern people as a reward for her decency and selfrespect She has so far received 8104375 9 TIDEguciDRAU1TF THEGREAT FAMILY MEDICINE Thedfords 3lack Dra ght has saved Doctors bills for more than years For the common Earn fly ailments such as indigestion hard Col1stiPhtiOItI plaints dulls anti ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine ls necessary It invigorates and regulates the Iivcr n stimulates action of the kidnevsp purifies the blood and of fo accumulations It cures liver complaint indigestion sour rheumatic pains sideache back ache kidneytroubles constipation diarrhoea colds and headache Every druggist has Thedfords BlackDraught in cent packages mam acceptla on ChattanoogaMIUcine I 1 believe Thtdfordi BlackDraught Is the but medicine on earth It is good for any and everything I have a family oh twelve children and for four I have kepfthem oh foot and healthy with no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN Illewara U t r t 50 YEARS I iEXPERIENCE COPYRIGHTS TftADEM RKSI maygatcatyuaettaintlotUlltrtotly conlldentfal UaDdboOk on ftents lent tree Ol4eat tor aeenrtlllrJIAtenta recelvsItwMUnc Lhandsomely Illustrated weekly cir cu tlon of anyctentUld ournat Terms a earl four mouth si b all n ldeaTell U tiPleralhsrllNfwYork B E WEST WithS- ilhlilolls Hardware Co f St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalized with Louisyill6 undX infinnati houses 1 1 1 tl- d rr- y Yt a c- al+ a rt SPRING 1D03 Bluegrass Nurseries iFRUIT AND OUA1IEJTALTREES GRAPE VINES SMALL BUtTSA- SPARAGUS RHUBABBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden StrawBerry and General Catalogue on application Both Phone f H Billeivmeyer Son LEXINGTON I Lexington EasterJEy Effective Sept 11002 EASTBOUND No 2 No 4 Daily ex Sun Stations P tn ex Lv Lexington 225 745 t Winchester 310 85L EJunction 822 887 Clay Oity 85Q 913 Stanton 406 023- I Natural Bridge 4J5 P 4 I Torrent449 IOO BeMtyvnieJuncC 11 lQg II 0 K Junct 011 11 O- ArJackson0 55 1130 WEST BOUND Stations No 8 Daily P It IyLv Jackson 225 25 0 K Junct 2 80 21 BenttyvHleTnnc820 721- CI Torrent3t47 744 I Natural Bridge 401 801 Stnnton 480 828 CIciv Cltv 480 837 LEJunctlon508 010 t SVincheBter 620 92- 3ArLeftngton003 t 1610 NosSand 4 rnake close connections for KI1 and 2 at L A E jhnction with G pointsNosville Junctioh vith L A for vine daily oxcelitSnndayrJ R BARB OIIAS SOOTT lJenr Manager Gen Pass A- gtiAROLEUi A Bcltntlflo chemical preparation 4 For Curing Diseases of Horses Feet 5tlnintateaauatdrathealthygrowth 5km and sorenesa Daily connect TABOLEOH will mix with water In rU proportions tOn lqucnlly does nt xcltii tbn moisture from the foot Vim vrlllbaapprrulalMbytnuUftlitfulhirsrimit As A DRE831XO Faint the font all orpolish wytha brush If l KU sstthabtnelI r Ii00FPALKINLwet a Bimcfr quantity of OBlealwlthonnparttr I Alt to six parts of watT uil oi the This wIll Vdtw hert- contracted ttq11IcldvaCou0Il1r tho Ij flammatlon sor iifss Otorcnroa Yts Joee a 1M- 1w vvcraawDu ea jjur T rc4r43i rift en rc ennead 111 h rMiut w a tir M a onMiVxln I 1 ae411 wltattwua M pMtlnt for arar liend aa a1Cr5 you 0e mesh wn At Vwn irolr JnltTun SIts nt 71c adtSd0 a radon u4tb- ulk ftgtlloii i cnii r lif t F II ttinnefleld Mass Dlrcc tlousoutheuau Itooklft fryer vWF YOUNG PDF Springfield Massr It oJ- ust l What You Want YUSEFUL NOVELTIES bastliantwocJ hundl Madooftho anat- hreeefghthsjrt sharpened SUII Tbe IDEAL Knife and i1IIISlafpeIlC knloInpmluutr 1 her scissors s matchlosr SIS 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