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YOL 7te JCLAY CITY t KY THURSDAY iI FEBRUARY 6 1902 NO5
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on Ladies Misses and Childrens
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Capes Jackets and Furs
foi We have on hand a stock of above goods which
M Wo are closing out I
it Cost
4 A t f If you want any goods in this line cheap
call and purchase before the stock is picked
over We also have p few Overcoats which
< t t we will sell At Cost to dose the lot also a few
pair of Heavy Boots for Men and Boys on
> oJ the same terms Dont forget the place
r SWmfessel Waldron
The homegrown hand spank
ed ttircfootedjluirdfisted coun
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tryboy makes a t mn < fli better i
fight in life than the pjlmpered I
highcollared creased trousered
youth of our cities whose clothes
hiLvealways been dusted with a
whisk rlroonl instead of n nice
aiun4ie
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ii estitlie town malt out of a job
t t iMrtJ9f fflf JP
behind a mule wall take the link
out of the topknot the frog out
of his throat the gas off his stom
ach the weakness out of his legs
the corns off his toes and will
give him an appetite an honest
living and a little sight of heav
en
It costs 8i0000j a year to main
thin the free pikes in iFayiate coun
ty
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RESTAURANT
MEALS fIT ALL HOURS
Fresh Oysters and Fish
A full line of Foreign and JJomes
tic Fruits Oranges Lemons Ba
naIUIEApples and Etc
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ICommonCIy For Fuel
TIll American Clay rol1dug
Machine Gqmpany ofBucyrus0
has been applied to for machin
ery to manufacture of an artifi
cial fuel that will loll cheaper
than coal It is made from or
dinary clay treated with chemi
cals and is the invention of flU
old railroad engineer of Omaha
NEb named Hofman The fuel
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furnace and burns to white ash
es 25 pounds of the fuel produc
ing only a quantity of fishes
maybe held In the palm of hand
In thecoinbustion the fire literally
comsumes its own ashes and a
tOll of the fuel goes further it is
said than two tons of thC very
best coal producing five times as
much heat than coal produces
Two Western railroads life said
to be testing the now fuel for use
4ii their engines
MILLIONS PUT TO WORK
The wonderful activity of the
now century is shown by an enor
mous demand for the worlds hest
worker Dr Kings New Lifts Pills
For Constipation Sick Headache
Biliousness or any trouble of Stom
ach Liver or Kidneys theyre un
rivaled Only Sflc at Clay City
Lumber i Stave Co
Vaughns Mill
Mrs Sams is on the sink list
this week
MnrgaiivMeKiiiney is ojjuthtKsick
IjsOhia week lKt
Mrs Louana Mize ia visiting in
Lexington this week x1 I
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Mr aid Mrs Clny Chanibers arc
visiting in Madison this week
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5 tAt CJ orge Ware left nfurdayj 1
fpc CQllege < ill where he will enter
6chool at that laco
Mr MOMOS McKinney bf Spout
spring spent ° Saturday and Sunday
with his uncle Morgan McKinney
Messrs George Bush John Gr vI
et George and Fred Ware visited I
the family of Mr George Ginter
of vGullege Hill last week i
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Jphu Wood sJJld to lIE persoll
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James Gentr went to Win
chester oil business Monday
Shelton Elkjn of Missouri
visited rolaUvell hero the past
week i
eekEarnest
Earnest Elkiif of Ruckerville
is visiting friends and relative
here this week I j
Sam Puckettld r Jtl to Chuff f Hdw
ardonehorso 10175 also one
heifer for 17
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Miss Bettie Combs of Hedges
is the pleasant uest of Miss Ly
dia T AdariiiUis week i
Born to ti d I wife of James
Snowden Jariujpy 28th a daugb
ter MyrtiojNiel weight eight
ter1tIYrtiel
Quite a nuts er attended Old
i Baptist preach ng at Old Log
Lick church sirmon by Eld Gil
bert of near Wjfpchester
A LEGACY QFTHE GRIP
Is ofteti jj Rundown system
Weakness nervousness lack of ap
petite energy ambition with disor
dered liver acid idneys often fol
low an attact of net wretched di
cease The gre test need then is
Electric Biter the splendid tonic
blood purifIer md regulator of
Stomach Liver me Kidneys Thou
i sands have pre fd that they won
I derfully BtrengjhVn the nerves
bull up the Byjitfn and restore to
health i and ii spirits after an
itttia txtlf Gltlp 1rtilrNI ti lr >
thwn Only Mc Perfect satisfac
tion guarurit by Clay City LUlU
her Stave Co
KIndnessin tigfjs the honey that
blunts the sting of unkindness in
mother
Educate 1IIIIIIII
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BMkKeeptogBusnesj PHONOGRAPHY
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jx WILBUR R SMITH
LEXINCTON KY
For circular of hli fmouod niponilbw
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY
wanted Medal at World KxpoUU
Jfoferi to thnimnda of radaatee In potttloni
co or Full BiulntM Coane Including Tul
tlon nook and hard In fumlly about fiM
Shorthand Trp Writuig aadTelsgraphyJBpeeisltitt
1 TheKeatucsy UulnnllT Diploma under 1
awarded graduu Llttnury Joana free If doolred
ocdee
Unduiteocdee
XoYMMtlon Enternow OndaatMiaeceMtaL
1 ceder 10 tar pour letterreek w ddrei oNly
WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky
K H Kntaclv TI1tu ntaurta 1300000 tai
W ntarln 1UU ttatttnU i 4 aUndae but war
LexingtoiLEasteRrny
Effective Octoler20 1901
RABTUOITND Np F 2 No4
DailyoYiun Daily ex Sun
Stations PM AM
Lv Lexington > 2aP 740
1 Winchester J2Cr 825
LJmiuction > 807 837
I Clay Clt BUO 913
II Stnriton d31H 923
41 Nnturul BridgeiL IU54 p
41 Torrent 4 i4i84 1008
BeattyvilleJunrSe 1020
ArTneksnp 1000 1130
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Dully ex Sun Dally ex Sun
Station p VMVV AM
1NJnckson12o V < 025
BeaUyvvHleJuoojJ19 > 7 20
Torrent H f 280 744
Natural BrdiB2ri52r 01
14 Stanton vk823 828
u Clnv < Clta883 887
L JnnCtiilrl448 91Q
1Vinehester923
ArLexington 5 bQ 1010
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Snow Creek has of
Creekhl1splenty snow
and sleet
J T Jades teas in MtSterling
Court day
Mrs FrankieLowry bought one
horse for 85
Thomas Wood bought ono cow
from J D SnoWden price paid
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Milton Hudson is visiting his
daughter Mrs Neoma Vivionof
Kidvillo this week
I Simeon Kerr bought a cow
from Henry Lilly for 80 and 8
hogs at 6c per pound
Mrs Frankie Lowry has rent
ed a farm from J T llupard of
Pilot View and will move to it
March 1st
Miss Maggie Nihlack was visit
ing her brother Strother Niblack
at Pilot View the latter part of
last week v
Mr Charley Dawson gave the i
young people a hop lats Friday
night and it was quite an enjoy
able one
Virgil the little daughter of
Jack Ends has been quite sick
with croup we are glad she is a
little bettert
John Adams had again rented
the farm where he resided lust
year and is hustling around to
make things O i K
Mr Clinton Elkin of Missouri
is visiting relatives and friends
here This was formerly his old
home and his many friends are
glad to see him back
Everett Dawson of this place
and Miss Julie Stone of Estill
county were married Wednesday
Jan 22 Attendants Ernest Elkin
and Miss Dollie Christopher
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IAuther E Harrel writing in an
Eastern magazine estimates the
total losses from fire in thin coun
try In the last 2G years at J8lO
174021 and the insurance at a
little over l 700 000000 leav
ipg an uninsured loss of 81100
j 000000SAVED
SAVED HER CHILDS LIFE
In three weeks our chubby lit
lie boywus changed by Pneumonia
almost to a skeleton writes Mrs
W Walking of Pleasant City 0
A terrible cough set in thnt in
spite of a good doctojs treatment
for several weeks grew worse every
day We then used Dr Kings
New Discovery for Consumption
and our darling was soon sound and
welle are sure this grand
medicine saved his life Millions
know ittt the only nueo cure for
Coughs Colds and all lung diseases
Clay City Lumber d Stave Co gur
antce satisfaction ISO 100 Treat
bottles free
and Workff
Stop the Cough and Work off the Cold
Lakative HroiuoQuinene Tablets
cure a cold in one day No cure
no pay Pice 25 cents
Kerrs Perfectionit beats all
Wheat is Safe
The rain which fell last week
broke ope of the longest drouths
in the history of this and sur
HHinding coujiities It had mjil
rained since Christmas day Mr
Ha F Hillenmeyer who is auth
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ority on all such questions said
that it was the longest period
in his memory and he has been
keeping a record for the past
quarter of sa century Mr Hil
llenmeyer when asked the condi
tion of wheat said
This promises to be the ban
ner year in wheat Press report
say that wheat is killed but
s ch is not the case in this re
gion The leaves that are just
coming out of the ground are
seared by frost but arc uninjur
ed The plant has not grown
arty in the past month on account
of a lack of rain the frost and
the wind A general survey of
the wheat field however would
indicate that the pleat is dead
The same condition prevailed
last year and the wheat was not
injured I dont think it will
likely be injured from now for
ward If it should turn very
cold snows will likely protect it
and on the whole I think the
wheat prospects in this section
for this year are brighter than
usual
Some Lambs Sales
Thos henry Clay has gold to
Green L Lynan of Montgomery
1000 lambs at 5 cents straight
middle of June delivery We hear
of other future deliveries at 5 to fit
cents Paris Kentuckian
Messrs None d Freeman < > f Bur
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gin sold this week a car of lambs
June delivery w atSJe to 0 v SWill
lame and Wrtti Tiil Ta Purchasers
are to take nil lambs of GO lbs
weight und over Uarrodsburg
DemocratBUCKLENS
BUCKLENS ARNACA SALVE
The beet and most famous com
pound in the world to conquer aches
and kill pain Cures Cuts heals
Burns und Bruises subdues Inlli
luutinn musters Piles Millions of
Boxes sold j early Works wond
ers in Hulls Ulcers Felons Skin
Eruptions It cures or no pay25c
at Chiy City Lumber Stave Co
WASTED Several persons of charac
ter und good reputation in eicli state
one in this county required to repre
sent old estiiblisln wealthy business
house of solid financial standing Sala
ry 418 00 weekly with expense addi
tional nil payable in cash each Wednes
day direct from head offices horse und
carriages furnished when necessary
References Enclose selfaddressed
stamped envelope Manager 310 Cax
ton Building Chicago
A Pointer For Inventors
If you wish your patent business
properly and promptly done send Ittu
Swift Co Patent awyern opposite
U S Patent office Washington D C
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They have no dissatisfied client Wflta
them for their confidential letter A
poittil curd will bring itt and it inuy l e
worth money to you See tllch ud tla >
I where in thlbllIIperi t
Try our cough mixture Best in
the world 25cents for 4oz 1J Lit
thpuge tC Son
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