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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t ici 1 LCLAY tITY tIMES50Ccn- tsaYear In Advance We are here to help Clay CiFjrfilleSiirronndiiig Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher r- VOL 8 CLAY CITY E5TM THURSDAY DECEMBER JO 1Dob NO 50 Beckhams Inauguration Before one of the largest crowds ever gathered at Frankfort JohnOrepps Wicklifle Beck hfun fur the third time took the oth of office as Governor of Ken tucky Tuesday The inaugural ceremonies were preceded by an immense parade participated in byover a thousand State troops picked bodies of Louisville police and firemen State officers and civilians from all parts of th- eStateTteCityelflrratrkkfort suchProfusOIdesprntions so inducted into the office of Lieutenant Governor The Fatal Game The humane educators should visit some of our leading chris- tine colleges and try their hand on them They indorse fill en tourage the fatal game of foot hull the season for which Iras just closed resulting in the death of sixteen young men and the crippling of an hundred or more While others are insane from ill injuries received Wohavoknown ministers to condemn the game of base ball and encourage that I of foot bill while the latter is ton times more brutal Philip Hagan a welltodo farm er of Dayifr88pounty while return scringtholuo from 0wenatxlrowas way- t luid d9 ttffiJl nn diibeittin intoun consciousness by two unknown tie groetl Ceiling rIJto IFxchange in Clay City Clay City now has a strictly uptodate telephone exchange with a very creditable list of subscribers to start with The now system works very satisfac tory and is another mark of en terprise for our thriving little city When you wish to speak to the TIMES plan ring up no 1 thats our number Packing House at Louisville ho ntuolPaekhtgnndPr vision Company has been incor porated at Louisville with a cap ital stock of 1i250000 A large packing plant will be placed in Louisville and branches will be in other Kentucky towns Louisville sburg and Liverpool capital is hack of the project A Missouri orator is said to have gotton off the following We live in a land of high moun tains and high taxes low valleys and low wages big crooked rivers and big crooked statesmen big lakes big strikes big drinks big pumpkins big men with pumpkin heads silver streams gambol in the mountains and pi ous politicians that gamble in the night fast young men and faster girl sharp fanciers andsharp toed shoes fertile plains that lie like a sheet of water and thou Bande o fie spapers thatJie liken = JI alil ly r iunder x Dr B R Siiith ani Bill Hart J Ready For Business The firm of Shiinfessol Waldron having been dissolved nod the partnership closed I will continue the businessat the old ld and will continue to sell the rdniainder of the old stock AT COST My s New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everythingyou need will ho kept by me and sold at close prices 1 have an elegant line of r Fall Millinery f You can be suited here ladies in a and neatly trimmed Hat if yW can beanywhere VTlie price for these goods is very rensnnn hlo aiid you should soe ourilino before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Gjloaks Jackets SeEapesL t fAT COST and if you ore looking for something in this J4linenta bargain dont fail to investigate my stock i Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly a continuance of same Ialr j Respectfully yoursr C Shimfessel il ELbh NGE MFG Go Winchester Ky FWe Manufacture Flooring Bhinglesand Weatherboarding Pickets established ChicagoPitt tisolicftinp We QretIeadquartersfofi Building Paper Felt Roofing fr FlinjoidRoofiing T and Etc i j 4 Send iJs Your lEsiimatcs Xs I VfT JI 4rromtIShiplment h r t well of Clay Gity visited Dr Fred Bakes at1enhouseRauch from Thnrflddyjjintil Monday y e Clay City a diciplo of Escilipius in embryo was the guest 1Iis aunt Mrs John M Rose af m Thursday un tit llfoudayIizel Green Her ald tf Irvine terns rTryilgerOdEverett very low HrpmlJTIonIi Mr and MrsW P Smithof Somerset are fasiting relatives in Irvine thlisl wek- Robt Blackbjurn our Repre sentative o1ec bj came in on the Beattyvillp traifi yesterday Thos 0 aughn formerly one of our citizEn now residing nt Alt Sterling wfls in Irvine Mon day and Tuesay Joe Ololmmj passed through town Alohdavlwith a fine bunch of about fFtiheadofc tt1e which ho jhad collected on Mill ers creek t A M Purinu returned vester day from Iennegseo where he was recenth piimnioned on ac count of iilniBfi of his son Ulys ses who isvwprking on a railrad near Knoxville i8Thenf Thos A King of LoulsvllioWud Miss Annie J ggers ofrtlhdlAtiaBa nouncedOii Tlninksaiiving They were married in Nashville Tenn Nov C 1002 and the secret was not disclosed until last Thursday Mrs Kink is the daughter oUfrs R P Wagers The groom is a railroadcontractor Littlepage undiSon the drug gists have received a full supply of all kinds of almanacs for the year of 1004 Call and get a supply for your home A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll cover be wrong if you take Dr Kinds New Life Pills foi Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25cat SwannDay Lumber Cos st- oreSTANDARD Rotary Shuttle iIIII Sewing Machine BTAirOAOO OBAKD BWBtfc room LOCK AND CIiAIN STITCH TWOMACillNBSlNONR BALL BEARING STAND WHBBLI We also manufacture e ring retail from JI200 The Standard Rotarytuna as silent as the tick ora watch Makes tltchea hlteIother machines make 2001 to our locaLdealeror If there la Be dealer in your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machlae Co lfL = 1 Revolution Imminent reIvolttem is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troub lesome causes It never falls to tone the stomach regulate the Kid neys nnd Dowels stimulate the Liver and the blood Run down systemsbenefit particularly and all tho usual attending aches vanish underJtR ppimliing and thor ougheffectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by SwannDay Lbr Co Will Not Rebuild The SwannDay Lumber Com pany will not rebuild the sawmill burned at Natural Bridge some few weeks ago The logs will be shipped to the millat this place and manufactured into lumber This will make longer runs for the mill here and be some help for Clay City Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will presist in closng their ears against the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ended earlier hJ fatal termination Readwhat T R Beall of Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wife had every tookDreverything else had failed Im provement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed by SwannDay Lbr Gos Price 60e and 8100 Trial bot tics free Double Killing What is probably a double kill ing is reported from Athol One day first of the week a man nam ed Palmer ut a blind tiger near Atholshot Shelby Kilbourn in the head inflicting what is prob able a fatal wound A brother inlaw of Kilbourn named Bran denburg being present shot Pal mer killing him instantly The cause of the trouble could not be learned farther than that Pal mer was drunk the report fails to state whether the other par ties were intoxicated or not Latest reports state that Kilbourn is dying Though the fight took place in Breathitt all the parties engaged in it were citizens of Lee countyJnckson Hustler We Lire selling Ladies best Instep Overs in overshoes at 45 cents tile regular GO cent grades Mrs J W WilliamsI Clay City Ky House and Lot For Sale Two story frame house of siven rooms well finished with necessarv out buildings located in the Eastern portion of the city Lot 50 X 120 feet Will sell at a bargain B M MOP EARSON CCAY CITY KY Say Mill For Sale One30 horsepower engine and boiler and good saw mill with ca pacity of from C to 8 thousand feet day All machinery in first class running order Will sell at n bargain Call on or address- G D Coos Virden Ky 1 tforseI street a hundred other accidents are every day occurrences It behooves everybody to haven reliable Solve handy and theres none us good as Buck lens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at SwannDny Lbr Cos store Farm For Sale Ninety acres of treed land well improvedat Lillys Ferry ono mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fine orchard good dwell bug of six rooms and allnecessary t outbuildings Good neighborhood and other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALLEN Osnonx Spout Spring Ky r ro S S The Balance j Wheel amomentThevibrations an hour if its in condition If the movement is slag gish theres something wrong It J will move miles in n year mid 5 requires less than onetenth of n drop J of oil to make it run Hut it needs o that little badly The least degree or friction on the hearings alters the motion Dont tnke chances Let soJsatisfy you o WFRR the J eveleri fcLAY CITY o The many little ways in which you could economizeit you only tried Open a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry ahout money matters We receive deposits in our Savings Department from One Dollar up and will pay you three per cent Interest compounded every six months on your savingsTe have issued a book let explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mull you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky pnOFESSJONAL + GAUDS h4 +1111IN41111144A1N44LNV 1NIP1hh41 DrC B DICKSON DENTIST 1 CLAY CITY r KY r RJIRVIN MhD PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON OLAYOITY KY B tlTTLEPAQEIVl Dl PHYeloiAN AND BURGEON CLAY PITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY h L 1 Ahead Enloyi Well we should s yo1 So far- aheadhaa our Best Patent and albnom- Motttairi Lit have become standard brands There are hundreds of flours to choose trm1n the housewives know tHat MANSFIELDS is the best It is milled from the best wheat tmun uivtodaterditef millrun by water It is white and lias tho natural taste and flavor ofthe wheat That is why woardaheadintlour- Buy it from your grocer No greater cost but much Beater value RC Mansfield Son H088LYN KY I 50J I Free TrialA r rfMi ClpMr MJIF IIrlllrtkl ftIt Opens Her EASY TO CLEAN Mrs Rorer I lIn 111 ur d11pr 1r1I Al wrdnlrsell7itll itiiu Ui TIIOny UCKtrMiulifMUrrB- OUJUIC mro co iiori Miir Killed by Turkey Scratch While killing a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner George Whilaore of Bowling Green was scratched by the claws of the bird Blood poise oningset in and he died from his injinies About Advertising Advertising is like a race horse the man who drops out is soon loai sight of Jts a good deal like winking at a prettp girl in fclie dark=you iriay know what you are doing but no one else does Advertising is the life blood of business Every good 44 irrl I v ad is a stepping stone to success Judicious advertising will start hio mill rolling and kept it roll ing Continuous advertising cre ates confidence The prevailing opinioh Btbat one cannot be constantly before time public without being found out arid know for what lie is The people believe in a man who can stand trial by the public The businessman who is contented with his business has stopped growing The man who says he has enough and therefore has no need tb ad vertise uad ren8hed the flood of the tide But after the flood is the ebb always It is a law of nature that nothing shall stand in a state of rest Everything grows or decays No business can reo gainatt standstill for any con siderable length of time FJPeo pie wild have not time business backbone to fcoep steadily afe i it- uiitilthcyve succeededhad best advertisingOVUlttiVriX y speci4vmens tit o occupy in it enrear wJierethey mutter jmprecutionsto Itheeflsck that i adyertisingdoesntpay ZEg t PITE rfKffi3 + w PUDtIBnED EVE r TIiUijsfAY- J liurflher ulilisherT +Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad r iVance otherwise 75 Cents 1 tEntered as Secondclass mail matter Thursday Dec 10 1903 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates f with tbe foliiwing pdpereatpricee berowmentifJinedV J The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer f10 I Louisville 75 II Home find Form t 71 R jev JtCornmended The Texas Chapter of the Daifgtiters of the Confederacy Have adopted the following reso lutions Whereas the President of the UnitedStates by his recent course toward the Republic of Panama hagBh6Vn to the world his in dorsement of the principle of the right of secession and Whereas the people of the Northern States by accep coursethrveby him out of the fog of ignorance to the bright realms of truth attained by thoSouthern statesmen BO many years ago be it Resolved That we extend to time President the hearty thanks of the Daughters of the Confed eracy the State of Texas in convention assembled for his in dorsement of the principles and his vindication of the cause for which the Southern people fought so gloriously but disastrously in the war between the States j ana be it- Resolved further That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the President by1 the corresponding secretary of the Texas State division Daughters of the Confederacy N o At Home Again The builfliiig occupied by the TIMES lots been purchased by the publisher and the paper will in the future be issued from its own home as in days before the disastrous fire two years ago when otirofce anrT anotlierbulld ing belonging to the publisher was burned at Spout Spring where the paper was then pup lisped Our loss was total as we had no insurance but ve are glad to state throat that loss has atleast been partially recovered inso much that we are mainable to be at libme riotwithstanding the many drawbacks and hinderances we have had fo ov rcDine sihco moving to time town of our adop lion yfe are proud to now state that the Ttnimis is jagaSn on top with a substantial patronage The burg Democrat I fa vors time election of all State and cfurity ofricer at the Wm8 time and last week had the following to say on the subject Nominate and elect candidates at the same time and by the same ballot It Is easy and practicable as the Democrat pointed out last weeK It will do away with so many e lections anil so much strife and prove a blessing to the politics ridden people of Kentucky The Democratic party can do no greater thing than give time people relief along this line If Ohristiarii worked as faith nlly and earnestly aa politicians what a chmngefor the better rouldbe wroght in Kentucky in- thehext twelve months t tI POUT SPRING airs KH Curtis visited rela- tiVes atTofiiace last Week i po cKinriey wont to Win Chester Friday on a business mid BlOIKi b Joe McKuinoy of Mark coun ty is visiting rela tiveshero this week T rt 5 Thomas Curtis sold some fat ho sat CinyOityfor C cents per pound Annie Buffer sold to John Kennon for tvehtyfl v dollars Dud kallfhas sold his farm near this place to Simon Wit i 01 250 Mrs W E iEeflih visited relatives in Olarlt county several days lust Week R It Cu s has bought of- tltet 2 75 per barrel Mr and Mrs Hood Curtis were guests ofJ WTipton and fami ly at Clay City Sunday Shelt McKinney has been con fined to his fopm several days time past weokwith the grip Will Clem is moving this week from W J Christophers place to a house oiaMTG Patricks farmtJ F KcKinney visited his daughter Mrs Geo W Lewis in Montgomery county the first of the week Tom McKinney is moving the new house lie built at his old home place two years ago to his new farm andWill be ready to move to his new home in a short time Charlie Crow our hustling blacksmith isihaving a good run of work in Ills RKe Charlie ISO good smith and is pleasing his customers both in work and in chargesRev Geo W McIntosh sold last week to Joe Oldham of Madison county 10 steers aver age weight 1100 lbs at 8t cents and 8 steers average weight 000 Ibs at 8 cents Richard Barnett is out again after a long and severe siege with typhoid fever tone time it will be remembered that five of Mr Barnetts family were down with the dread disease but through the careful treatment of Dr Littlepagej tlioy all are out once moreEl- der R L Brandenburg of Rice Station filled his stand at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Ho delivered two good sermons on this occasion and a jreed to supply for the church again in January thofirst Saturday and Sunday of time month and of the new year Relatives of Jeff Wright have recently received letters from him stating that he has been lowif with h eeferQspellof pneu frimiia or riTrpineVand Kat he isiuit itbtim to situ I a t1rtoIIIIiB last Smjng and is finding time tiltswinterProf Frank Edwards the not edvooaFan iri lntdf tofu sic teac1iertassod jiistfamm at Ricoation an w fmove to In lan4erritom7wlf i lia J mJ t t Ise ly r year ProfEdwards hadta Region of friends in this Ilofwll1nl rJcoliitze in hi imodel lose flfll1 tofrom j Theres no placenkolho country oone who growiilggrniuToAnd its fustne flue In winter warmOhJJlt theres nothing like time farm Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cape bf CaXarrK that cannot be cured by Balls Ca tarrh CurepF J PHENEV Co Toledo Q Ve the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the hst 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac carryoutfirm WEST SrTiiUAx Wholesale Druggists Toledo 6- WALDINO KINNAN c MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hallss Catarrh Cure is taken in tertialiyacting directly upon the 1oo4andrttueous aurfacca of ttrc system Testimonials sent free Price 75e per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the b- estMother Lost Reason After LaOrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine Is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure 1 feel Itls my duty to let you know that our medicines cured little girt t f nineof spasms Shecommencedhavingthem- at theae three Our family doctor said rotjWenervous she could hardly walk AtLhad already used Dr Nervine and found Ita good remedy for myself I commenced it to my child I gave her in all ten Bottles of the Nervine end one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we commenced the treatment She is no troubled with nervousness and we consider picture was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her sister has also taken it for sick headache with goodresults We all thank you ve much for your good medl cines and kind advice l ont there is any other medicine hall so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet gut lives out in ArkansuMu HANNAH BARKETT Springdale Ark AH druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases AddreiS DI Miles Medical QElkhart bid aesr TLixviNNi v Winchester BaijkINC- ORPORATED N H WITIIEKSPOON Pres Capital stock 200000 i Surplus 20030 Ye solicit the accounts of individ t uals firms and corporations 542 Clay City Hotel SfiJO EATON Prop Table supplied with the best the mnrkcrt affords Everything neat and clean Rates 100 per day MACHINED SHOP fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep Iq Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The Lest known power for fanners and others The press on which this paper it printed is driven by a Hagan Engine L T GRAS HAGAN WIJICHE8TEEHKYf v M BAILEYIMerchant and Custom MILLERO CLAY CITY KYII Custom work sixdass in the week Fresh Ground Bolted Meal always onhaod Grinds for onesixth tole ++ ++4 +tI +3 + ++d1 I Littlepage Son 3DRUGGISTS e Clay City Ky i ot Patent Medicines Paints Oi Sundries Stationery and Etc i Prescriptions carefully compounded 4 M H4 H4tfHH + ++ n The Wh itest White Cake The Mghtes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Aro 111ndoWleon You Use Pearl pi Bakers Me Flour Tak Other Every Sack Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 ubscribe for I THE T IMjElter- 1I Li THE t TIMES I AN ALL HOME MADE PAF Kit THURSDAY DECx101903 u LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs D 0 Bloom was visiting Lexington Tuesday W R Cassidy Was in Mt Ster ling Tuesday on business Merchant W G Patrick of Kimbrelliwas here yesterday on business The beautiful winter weather mentioned in our last issue is still with us JE Burgher hUB bought the residence now occupied by him bn Seventh B B FoxTand Jack Hughes of Jtuckerville were in the city yesterday on business A lodge of the Independent Order ofOdd Fellows will shortly he organized lit Stanton Several from this county attended the inauguration of Gov Beckham at Frankfort Tuesday j Our rncr whoadvertise sire loaded upwitlunll kinds of r Ohrisitmas tricks Go eee thorn The Red River Valley Tele phone Line will move their office from J B Eatons stored to the store of H 0 AVarniouth W E Hellin nndJG Vivion two leading citizens from the western portion of the county were here Friday transacting business Sam Carrsnow residence has been coniilotedthis week r and Sam moved into same yesterday Sam now steps like he lived at homo tSeenotice of house and lot for sale in this issue This is desir able property located in the eas tern portion of town and should moot with ready sale I I The Clay Oity Cornet Band boys are getting along reasonably well in thoirpractice though but few spectators have yet ventured near the scene of practice We are still adding to our already large and varied line fo Ladies and Misses Cloaks andcan make you some interesting prices Mrs J W Williams A P Johnson of Stanton was down Monday 3Ir Johnson s thinking of buying property here and moving to our town and en gage in some kind of business in the near future F Lutes the Singer sewing machine agent Who lias been occupying the Methodist parsonage for some fdw months has moved to Stanton and Ohas Eweii rent ed and moved into the house Tn looking about for Christmas presents do not overlook the fact that WH are headquarters for de sirable articles suitable for pres ents for both grownup and little folks Mrs J W Williams Marvin Wyntt a printer in the Jlt Sterling Sentinp pemocrat oflice whose sudden disappear ance was noted its ourlust issue has written his parents from Chattanooga Terms stating that he is still living and working there in a printing officeI Prof Durrott Yhioelosedllis schoolat 1gt1n Aiilll Friday Prof Wjhitftifl ono olntho ibest 1 M r gplifiedteaclners irii Eastern Kentucky and has Justlywon the disjunction of being a leading educator Ho will not remain idle but a short while as there is a great demand for his services in the school room Youshould not fail to see our linn of ready made Skirts before making your purchase thematr rinl workmanship style pTices and assortments are right t Mrs JW Williams J 4 Clay City Ivy To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J tH Seitz of Detroit iMch says They restored my appetite when impared relieved me orI bloat ed feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels community who need just such a medicine For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Every box war ranted Good RoadsV t- Owing to the continued dry weather our Toads are still solid qui tedifFerent to what is usually the case at this season of the year The fall just past has afforded an excellent opportunity to put our highways in good condition for the winter and spring and if the opportunity has not been made use of we will soon reo grot it for the wet and mud is now past due stud deadsure to soon be here Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is bet ter than a plaster for a lame tack and for pains in the side or chest PujnBalm has no superiors a lin iment for the refief of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by till dealers in patent med icine ExPowell Boy In Trouble In Winchester last Tuesday Everett Burton son of Frank Burton who used to live in Olav City shot and seriously wounded Thornton I Wills He was first locked up in jail but was later released on 1000 bond While Wills is badly wounded in the fucehiB physicians think his wounds will not prove fatal A few suits in Mens cud Boys clothing left that are very desira file when the mutter of prices are taken into consideration Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Letter From an Old Friend The editor of this paper is in receipt of a letter from our old schoolmate friend and cousin Nathan B Curtis of Springfield Colo in which ho says they are having model weather He says they had average crops there this year but complained of a low market for stock He said all Kontuckiansin Ins parts were well He paid a high compliment to the TIMES and said he could not do without thepa per as it gave him more news that ho wanted to hear than he couldcollect from un other sources Bilious Colic Prevented Tnkaji double dose of Chamber lains Colic Qholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indica tion of the disease appears and a threatened iittack may be warded off Hundreds of people who are subject toattupksof bilious colic use the re iptliis way with perfeotrsuocess For sale byaU dealers patent medicine 9 r h v IfJt A glass or two of water taken half an hour tfelore breakfast will usually keep tKef bowelsregular Harsh catharticsshould be avoid ed When a purgative is needed take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are mild and gentle in their action For sale bv all dealers in patent medicine i Santa Claus Is Coming Now It is only two weeks until Christmas Santa Claus is now doubtless on Ills way and the little boys and girls are anxiously awaiting his coming A Timely Suggestion This is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenishes her supply of Chamberlain Cough Remedy It is certain to be needed before the winter is over and results are much more prompt and satisfactory it io thMdnndgjen- as soon as the cold is contracted and before it has become settlde in the system In almost every instance a severe cold may be ward ed off by taking this remedy freely as soon as the first indication of the cold appears There is no danger in giving it to children for it con tains no harmful substances It is pleasant to take both adults and children like it Buy it and you will get the best It nlways cures For sale byall dealers in patent medicine I MARRIED Mr Pearl B Kirk and Miss Mary Lowe weVe married at the home of the brides mother Mrs Belle Lowe in this city Tuesday December 8th Rev R A Irvin officiating How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to the moth ers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croup is hoarsness A day or two before the attack the child becomeshoaree This is soon fol lowed by a peculiar rough cough Give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhaja Remedy freely as soon us the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough cough ap pears and it will dispel all symptoms of croup In this way all dan ger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is used by many thou sands of mothers and has never been known to fail It is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended uponand that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by I all dealers in patent medicine DIED Mrs Annie Flinchum wife of Abe FlincHum died in the west end of town last Wednesday af ter an illness of tea days of pneumonia Burial Friday at Pow Oils Valley Deceased was about forty years old and leaves besides her hus band four children the young est of which is only about 18 months old IfreeHol ItP 1 nI vl lames6o dlfterentgamesall new lne in each of Lion Coffeeat your Brocers t c i r A ft+ t+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ++++ +INSURE WITH i F A LYON SON Tile Loading Insurance in Eastern Kentucky r Over 200000000 t Represented I Every one who knows anything about insurance know Ithey are leaders in this line i +++ + + + + t + + + + + tYa ++++H + + + ot + Startling FactsI A1 E1 BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you need at prices so low as to make you wonder how we got them r Everything from a Paper of Pins to a Wed ding Trousseau from a Xa1 of SoapI to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ketaffords Nice obliging clerks are at your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY in fail give him a call The secret of popularity is al ways to remember what to forget The less brain power a man has the more lung power ho is likely to use- Business House for Sate Two story business on sixth aye nue in Clay City Best part of the i city for business Building now oc cupiedby me for jewelry store Nice rooms fitted up for dwelling WT Webb Clay City Ky i1 rn cte J P WEBB Tonsorial Artist v V CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing andall kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency Connection 23Dont to Educate IFORA l BookKeepfflBoslness PHONOGRAPHY Type WfIGi ielegfapAj adaWILBOR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tor circular of bJ famoni and naponttt COMMERCIAL COLLEGES OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Sedal at Worlds ExjxxtlUoa Refers to thnntandi of gradnaMin poiltlon Goat of Fall Coanwnon nook and Hoard In family about M Shorthand TypoWriting ududTalegrap6fBfet- ialtiaa Kentnckr Unlrertltr Diploma aDder nal awardednradoaten Litorarr If clnd- Ko Taxation Knteroow OradaaUi iunraitf 1 1 crdtf la Kau vmr Mtn roach w addra omtii WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not boweland liver irregularities Black Draught Stock Medi is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the of digestion in a condition American breeders and farmers their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occasional dose of DlackDraught Stock and Poultry in their food Any raiser may buya 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers StockJndloultry not send 25 cents a can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn ROOHBLLB OA Jan SO 190X Rlack Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine Ie the best I erer tried Our stock was looking bad when you int me the medicine and now they are l0gettingper cent betterS P BUOOKINOTON I i s The Sunny South I i JFREEI IHowto get Itl I A POSTAL CARD Sent today costs one n- ti w111bring to you and your six neighbors whore names and addresses you send us I rho SUnny 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have had some very rough weather for the time of year Rev Culton filled his appoint ments at Log Lick Saturday and SundayMiss Lillie Kerr entertained several of her young frieds Sat i rday night John Chism made a busincs trip to Winchester the latter part of last week Aunt Martha Barnett was call ed to the bedside of her daugh ter Mrs Belle Rice of Winches ter who is very ill Turkeys are bearing good pri ces in this section most everybody have sold Mrs pry s brought her some over 50 Billie Hutsonand sister Eliza of Missouri are visiting their pa rents Mr and Mrs John Hutson but soon will return back to the West Furnace Every body is busy gathering corn now JlrG W Lyle Jr visited his family Sunday MIES Loula Holman visited Miss Mable Newkirk Thursday Mrs Hood Curtis visited her cousin Mrs Lillie Lyle Tuesday Mr GW Lvle Sr visited Mr G W Lvle Jr and fumilv Mondav Mr J W Newkirk was at Irvine from Monday until Wednesday on businessMiss Katie Tipton of Cloy City visited Miss Mable Newkirk Mon daynight Mr Calvin MoKnight a former citizen of this place made his friends here a pleasant call Wednes day A dunce was given by Mrfund Mrs James Brandenburg Saturday night All that were there enjoyed themselvesMr Howell has purchased a new horse thin time one with a light complexion and a gower and a knee actor and when he goes bv vou can onlv see a light streak Miss Loula Snowden closed her school hero last week The en tire term has been pleasant to both teacher and students with just a few exceptions and from over point of view has Neon a de cided success We hope to have Miss Loula with us next term us she has been tried and not found waiting A Western editor asks the question Who is the happier the man who possesses 100 000 or the man who has seven daughters To which another editor replies The man with the surplus girls of course The man with the money is not satis fied and wants more The man with the seven daughters is sat isfied he his enough Desirable House for Sale We have 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