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The Clay City times. [volume] (Clay City, Ky.) 1901-current, December 12, 1901, Image 1

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II Cents a Year Advancv yN T We arc here to help Clay City the SHrronnJing Country and Ourselves J G purgtier Jr Publisher
This county has qunrnhtiped M
against Breathitt Wolfe arid lee
counties o
e The City Council meet Mondry
night and appointed a Local and
Oity Board of Health and other
wise provided for UlCcareof
smallpoJc patients
J N Hawkins a prominent
Lexington merchant was shot
and robbed late Saturday night
in thatcity arid died Sunday
Perry Whitiedge a Webster
county farmer coinmitted sui
ciile by taking mpvplune becatjsej
mo < QID It o 1
I li1 i Ci
Dixon t I
To Our Delinquents
You all are aware that we have
sustained a heavy loss by fire with
no insurance and no recourse but
our old accounts We sent each
and every one who owed us for
one ears or more subscription an
jippcaTto pny up that we might
resume business as soon ns possi
ble At that time wo had out S350
on subscription alone and of this
amount wu have collected nearly
oneeighth We know you cnn spay
this small amount and as you have
placed us to such e
we have decided to place each and
every account In the l dins of a
publishers collectibnnpehey that
is not paid up in ten days We
very niouh dislike Ito hayeJtn do
this but we have to raise some
money and this seems to be our
feet resort If you want thold
your reputation and credit you hud
better fend in the small amount
you owe Send by chepk money
order registered letter o1t two cent
stumps i4thq sum is lees than one
yhfciftyqu meet a man with a
scheme proceed to gotln a hurry
t R AlRViN M D
CLAY crrx KY
n s 1
lM6derrt Printing M
Which we do at e
Modei Prices
Has JJ individuality
About it flint commands
Attention I f m 1
I 1 Lets J Talk it Over
On that next order of
Printing you need
We can make it w e
Beneficial to you <
Try us ortco v
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The Senatorial Contest
The Cincinnati Enquirers
Frankfort correspondent figures
out the Senatorial contest befoe
the Legislature as follows Fur
McCreary 25 for Cantrill 10
for Wheeler 17 for Smith 15
uncertain but probably for Mcr
Airy 11 uncertain but proba
bly tigainst McCreary 12 WhO
ly doubtful 1 Giving MeCre ry
the > ll uncertain members he will i
lit ve6nly 86 votes or 14 less lh a
a sufficient number to nominate I
nnd for this the correspondent
figures that the first ballot wilt
find each of the four caiididrues
s t iiu Wi < t 1 c vUC 41 tiEi
f ire V iBetti J lhl to lojj
aot 7 I
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aotJustice Quickly Meted Out jj
I The Todd Circuit Courl hi the
space 6f a very few home anci
ed tried and sentenced tp the 1
penitentiary for ten years the
negro Moso kettle who bvucnl4 j
ly stabbed Jailer tininiley cjattti
the quickest piece of C6 rtnit
chinery fiction in the history of
the county
Big Check For Teachers
State Auditor Gus G Coulter
gave the State Treasury a war
rant Monday for 60655182 to
pay forty per cent of the school
fund due the common schools for
the school year beginningTmie 11
iflOl ThiVisthe largest wan orit
that lies been dijytyn ffom this
office for years This check ma Ies
eighty per centrthafc has been
paid to the common schools
The United States Postal In
spector has recommended the es
tabli 3h nont of five rural deliv
ely routes in Harrison county j
The Value of Influence i
A reader of the Corambner asks
form word on tie value ifff r iolht =
slice Influence inpy bo divided I
into two classes igoodt o it bad
and all know that both ore po
tent When we keep our chil
dren out of bad company elf c
ognzie drat viJnsrocil rOllS ox
ert a corrupting influence upon I
all who submit hems hoes to i
sucli associations We may not
emphasize as much as we hhoold
the value of good Mi2oenco but
we have scripture as weH ps ob
servation to support the docilie
that theie is nothing more pow
I erful than the inaoeace of an up
right life Let your l lit so
slifno beroremen that they may
see p uretcy7 is proof of the
good that can be done Iby exam
ple We should be as caeful to
give others the benefit of it good
influence as f secure a benefit
romtheirs The life of each per
son is so interwoven with the life
of others that no one can bo sure
that any act will bo without an
influence hence the importance
of striving to make that influence
lielpfnl Commoner
Try our cough mixture Best in
the world 25conts for 4oz B Lit
tlepago Son
Some people have eo much luck
they always lose what isnt worth
You eee those nobby
Hats at Mrs Williams i
t QJay City KyA
J rX <
TJie tallest cprhstalk pioduced
thin years so far Is we know was
giown by Enoch R Bush on
his Howards creek bottom lands
From the ground up it measured
cight feet to tlfe tJl18t enl nnd
thirteen feet five inches to the
tip of the tpssbli = A number of
sulks in the sahib field measur
led thirteen feeti height Win
chesler Sun
There goes the ugh the mails
thousands of Papers thot ber evidence
idence of fiaudipo their fce
Ado to give song fcii for no li
i wU SOIpIg o CUr le
1j t 2 J i id prep
l 011 Lqcc Iidie
pages If any of our renders
should be so unfortunntc as to be
caught by any of these fakes and
will report to uswe will do whnt
we can to remedyithe evils Your
mule will not bemused unless by
concent Winchester Sentinel
Postmaster Bakier of Louis
ville has been nyippqinted by
President Rosevell
A new bank is to be skirted at
Paintsville tho county seat of
Johnson county
The first subscription to the
o o ed Confedeiiute Home is
said to have come from a Uniol
soldier who lost at arnvatFivrik
lin Tenn He seitt 25
Itis claimed i i Jotndon that vi
olet I nres have been used with
success to cure a cancer
We will have a supply of calen
dars and almanacs for 1002 Cull
and get one about the first of De
ember B Littiepage Son
I Keep The Boys Interested
Fathers and mothers ask me
this question evoryday gays a
well known writer + 1Vhat shill
I An with niu Vinv9Mv nivla nvo
nil rislti Thisisttoimpleprob
lem and easy to anj > wer Girls
are naturally timid and depend
cn t1 y grow upbytheh moth
ers side imitate tire raothec and
receive lio gre tesfejhoie pf her
attention Boys are more rest
less and independent and need
the most eful guidance They
must bexopt bUsyand iniercsi
eel Dont expect them to sit or
ny length of tintskeep them N
J igton EastTk Ry
Effective Ociohr 20 i901
KABTDOosn NoS No 4
Dally ex Sun a Daily ei Sun
S t10ns PM AM
I Lexington 8104 70
Winchester 1 205 8fJ 1
I L Junction 307 837
Clay Cit 3iQ 03
Stanton3111M 023
1 Natural Bridge 4 iO 051
To1ent4j4 1003
II BenttyvllleJunc4f56 J0 9
Ar Jackson60 00 > 130
1 OUND No 6IOO No 1
> Dlillyex Sun ailyex sun
Stations P 1Te 431
Lv Jackson1 20 82b
It BenttyAiHeJunc 219 7 24
I Torrent 2i0 174t
r Nntural3Jrdf VJSS 801
Stanton 328 828
Clnv Oitv 8381 837
14 IIE Junction 408 010
Winchester 41 v 023
A Lexington b1010
J SOOtTqen f
Gen Manager Genj Pass Agt
TR 1lornl toP ht
Y i1
busy help them od over their
schoolwork tell them how you
remember the hard work you had
to do when you were at school
and how probably your teacher
was not half as nice and good as
theirs Read the newspapers to
them discussony interesting In p
penning of tin doy and note dis
cussion especially the news of
the worlds doitr6 iu lhe d51v
papers Send them to bed viih I
the feeling that their father a
mounts to something in their
young liver and is atrue frind
and companion
Who Has The right
ThePlghtIT of thio
St > Q VMJ ucxxcJ the qrco
Hon as to who has the light to fix
the place of burirl of the deco s
td husbpud or wife A man at
the time of his death wtis buried
in a Catholic cemetry Shortly
afterward his wife determined to
remove the remrins to mot ler
cemetry The brothers ands I
ters of the dead mau and sohieof
his children objected and the
case went into the courts The
Circuit Court decided that the
surviving wife or husband hus the
right to fix the place of buial
and the Court of Appeals affirm
ed this decision
Take your butler and eggs to
Mrs J W Williams
Clay City Ky
To Whom it
The report of the City As3ecor
of LouLville shows the total rs
bcssment of all prerty subject
to taxation for city purposes Tor
the fiscal yerr endijg Aujunt Cl
1901 was 12T50000 an in
crease of 2000000 over last
veerSenator I
Senator Joseph C S Ehckbura
find Blrf Mt 7 E Bhck urn were
marred at she rccloy of S Prul a
church in WaJii nou y LTay
Only a few relaiivej of ilia couple
were p esent at the ceremony
Two hundred and ten cus ro
nib1 Mi1 five roe < p giiwdtit
elC ModTij FT dvPM
It tli
ClosIng Oui nt Cosl
To close out every bta in Mena
itThe and Hals n n wit put on
sale at once our entire stock of
Suits Odd Panf3 Ove Coals I oyj
Suits and late Mens and Hoy
Huts and Mens and Boys Shoe
Mrs J W Williams
Clay C iy Ky
ITuriu rot Sale
Farm of 50 acres all bottom land
at Walters Ferry 2 mile from Clay
City with good dwelling of 0 rooms
and all necessary outbuildings Cis
tern convenient to house Will le
sold at a bargain J W T a
Clay City Ky
The TIMES for the news
Clay City Ky v2i jU 1
May Concern I
Christmas is Coming
We will be looking for you Our buyer Mr Soper has diligently studI
died the wants of the people and especially knows what will please the
Boys and Girls ns well as grownup people He will spend the las
week of November in the City selecting Xmas goods only and we cordial
ly invite everyone to come in and inspect our Xmas goods which will be
opened up by December 15 We will show you the nobbiest goods you
ever saw in clay City
When You Come to Our Store
dont fail to examine our < 5c and lOc Counter We havent the space
to mention te many article we will show you eo come and see for your
We will double our force during holidays and fill take pleasure in
i showing you through the Stock
Remember our General Stock of Merchandise is larger and betterse
lected this season than ever before We can supply your wants because
we keep what the people want
We have just unloaded 3 Car Loads of No 1 Hay
which we will sell at 90 cents per cwt
Clay City Lumber 1
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