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50 Cents a Year In Advanc We are here to help Clay CityjMc Surrounding Country and Ourselves J1 Burgher In Publisher
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1L 7OLAY CITY KT JjFHUHSDAY MARCH 13 1902 NO II c
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A Biff Reduction
on Ladies Misses and Ohildrens
Capes Jackets and Furs
We have on hand a stock of above goods which
We are closing out 41
At Cost c
If you want any goods in this line cheap
ct hand purchase before the stock is picked
over We also have a few Overcoats Which
wewill sell At Cost to close the lot alpo a few
pair of Heavy Boots for Men and Boys on
the same terms Dont forget the place
SMmfessel Waldron
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CANT KEEP IT SECRET
The splendid work of Dr Kings
New Life Pills is daily coming to
light No such grand remedy for
liver and bowel troubles was ever
known before Thousands bless
them for cnring constipation sick
headache billiousness jaundice and
indigestion Try them 2c at Clay
Jity Lumber ds Stave Co store
trSams Sayings
jTbcr is a goody og tide in the
F Kentucky river
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W F McIntosh went to Irvine
Wednesday on business
C P McIntosh sold to Pleasant
McIntosh one heifer lor 812 00
Rumor says there will be a wed
ding in the near future Look out
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AV H Wiseman bought of E
11 Kinglast week two steers for
i000Weedeu
Weedpn Witt bought bunch of
shotes of R J Wilcox last week at
5 cents
George Cooper who has buen
sick quite a while is some better
at this writing
Joseph Tuttle of Sams bought
of Henry Tuggle last week four
shotes forv0 00
Miss Millie McIntosh visited her
brother Millard McIntosh near Ir
vine last week
Willie Abney has moved into the
house with his grandmother Mrs
Elizabeth Abnoy
JW Smith of Sams bought at
1 1C Chambers sale two steers and
u heifer for 851 75
Henry Salyers of White Oak vis
ited his daughter Mis Willie Me
Intpsh last Sunday
Scatt Mclntosh has moved to
Amanda Winburns farm near W
H Wisemans store
Astlie old adage has it thun
der iu February will bring frost
the same date in May
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Victor Witt and Willie White
of Wiaemantown visited their un
cle JIC Witt ° last Friday
Several from this place attended
the sale of II C Chambers on
HafawioklB cre IVJast Saturday
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IJrank J raley will move to J lit
Wisemans place in u few days
where Jake Tussey formerly lived
Aunt Malinda Mclntngh aged
ninety years who has been sick
for come time IH better tit this
writingJ1raokwortb
J Fackworth of Sand Hill had
several head of cattle to get down
from eating ivory last week of which
two died Friday
atjrrnLsckuyt n1 Dv I bi
Son of White Oak and John Win
burn of thin place started for Ill
inois last Wednesday Rnstus
LOCKJAW FROM COBWEBS
Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave
a woman lockjaw Millions know
that the best thing to put on a cut
is Bucklens Arnica Salvo the in
fallible healer of woiindo ulcers
sores skin eruptions burn scalds
and jJles It cures or no pay On
ly 25c at CC Lum < k Stave Cos
store
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Log Lick
Richard King attended Court at
Richmond Monday
Lcvi Adams bought of Sum Ad
nuns eight shotes Cora2 50
John Thomas sold a good mare
to Bill Evans for thirty dollars
Charley Puckett bought softie
shotes from Jesse Rice at 5 cents
Jesse Rice bought two heifers
from Bud Berry mun t ii 50 eiftsli
Bud Berryman bought a lltllr
corn of John Thomas nt2 60 per
Plrharrel
barrelMrs
Mrs Joe Spry of Spoutcpring
is visiting her daughter Mrs Jim
VaugjmJohn
John Thomas and wife visited
nt Jack Parrishs at Right Angle
ugleSunday
Sunday J
Uncle Isom Howard Jias boon
confined toWs bed for sonic time
with rheumatism
John Kerr started for Winches
ter with his tobacco Monday lId
sold for Jets all round
Babe Adams has been visiting
relatives at Lexington and Law
renceburg Abe last two weeks
The deepest snow for many years
fell here the 4th and 5th It was
8i inches on u level
Weare sorry to say that Undo
Man Stone is thought to be sullcr
ing from mental depression
Elder EW JVIarcilm illled his
regular appointment at the Chris
ti Sundayy
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Our het fmll at this place is do
ing a good > iusiness There is a
good opening hete fora blacksmith
ftr
The grip has been serving some
pretty rougntin this section but
not so badasit aid that fellow at
Hunt1t
On account of snow being drifted
on the pikexwe failed to get any
mail Wediieeday but she came
balling inhursday
All the correspondents of the
Winchester papers are aiming to
form an association with Dr Snow
den President We think this a
good thing1But how about our
neighbor Powell paper Why not
join in with < us
Lust wcel wo mentioned that W
R Matherlywa9 going to move to
this place 1Vc thought we had
been reliablyiinformed but it has
proved to bea mistake Charley
Crow has rented the John Mother
ly place and Ill run a blacksmith
shop Success to you Charley
THE VICE OF NAGGING
Clouds thclTappiness of the home
but a nagging Woman often needs
help Shty he 80 rUIdown in
health that trifles annoy her If
she is molaivlolyexcital > le troub
led with loss of appetite headache
> leepie86ni > ssMon6tipation or faint
ing ttnddzzj j pclls she needs Elec
tric BIttersitthc most wonderful
remedy for ailing omenh
eandsofsuil crre fr fkntale trout
les nervous troubles backache and
weak kidneys have used it and be
come healthy and happy Try it
Only 50c C C Linn d Stave Co I
guarantee satisfaction
I In Prices
Iron Hound
Bud Winburn will run a raft
on this tide to Frankfort
T E Tipton sold to Green Hall
a pair plug horses for 10250
Elder Win Rupard preached
to u large crowd at Forks school
house Sunday
John Merrill and Co are on
the market this week with a nice
lilt of timber
Hnrun Berryman bought of
Rodney Harris a bunch of shotes
at 5c per pound
Misses Amanda Wills and Liz
zie Elkin went to see Grandma
Harris Sunday
C C limbs one of our most
promising young men left Mon
day for Illinois
Edmon Brookshire and Mike
Wills will run about 75 logs on
this tide to Ford
Henry Harris and wife James I
Ganes and wife were the guests
of J11 Elkin Monday
Mr3 Amanda Williams of
Sums spent last week visiting
her old neighbors at Iron Mound
AVm Stone of this place spent
Friday and Saturday with his
uncle Man Stone who is quite
sickHenry
Henry Hawkins had a nice two
tyear Jd stern kicked bv a horse
ra5 a3i and iiii x11 ° taae
Saturanand > d cCciJt t a8
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Jas Gentry S Co have bought
a new grist and saw mill to be lo
cated in the Marshy bottom near
Sam Shimfessels
Clay City Ky Feb 8 1902
I Big Landslide
We Bilge a limited stock of each kind of heavy Winter
Hoodsmentioned below which we cannot ulFord to car
ry over and will not do so
plans Clothing in suits and Odd Pants Ladies
Capes and Jackets Men and Boys Underwear Ladies
and Misses Undirwear Ladies Heavy Dnsn Skirts
fens Womens Boys and Misses Shoos Comforts
Blankets and Etc
Come early and get first choice You may name
the price
We wish to inpress on the needs of the public that we
still carry a full line of Ilomemude Collins Also a
nice llneiof Caskets in both white and black uloo any
0thing you iuay need in Mens olid Womens Robes
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Our timber is getting scarce
still those that run it report sat
isfactory results and continue to
keep lip the traflic
Win Fielder andSkinner
I of Merritt have bought 2000 saw
logs from up the river parties to
I be delivered at the mouth of Hell
rivir They received 12 rafts of
them Saturday
Mrs J W ElIdn has been with
her mother the past week who
got her arm broke some two
I weeks ago It is now believed
by her attending physician that
she will get well again
Dr Berrynwn Alva Stephens
and Thos Clem met one day lust
Week andswapped horses Now
each one is claiming he beat the
other out of not less than 10
We like to hear of general satis
faction from the boys
Sherih Garrett and brother
were in the Fork precinct last
week extending invitations to
our boys to be in readiness to at
tend Quarterly meeting which
will convene Monday the 24th
The Fork will show up with a big
lot of delegates
Some few of our neighbor boys
are looking for cheap hash in
our neighboring counties until
Quarterly court is over What is
left seem to be strict church
members It would be a big job
to borrow a pistol to shoot u mad
dog with for tilenext two weeks
tndhltoonHhlilettwhisk is ltitllinh rN
of f lie P1stor
Uncle John S Williams has
10000 young peach trees of nice
size und extra quality which he
offers to sellat one cent each
Uncle John wants only pay for
diging up the rest to be consid
ered a gift to the buyer We
never saw nicer trees bought
from any nursery than uncle
John has for one cent
John 0 Weathers of Sams
has arranged with Berryman tL I
Elkin of this place to order one
dozen pair large green spectacles
which he intends placing on his
cattle He feels assured that by
so doing he can have his cattle to
do weir on hloomHnge of which hei
has a large boundary Many oth
ers are anxiously awaiting the
test
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WOULD SMASH THE CLUB
If members IIf the Hay Fever
Association would use Dr Kings
New Discovery for Consumption
I the club would go to pieces for it
I always cures this mahidtiy andasth
tun the kind that bullies the doc
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I torsit wholly drives from the sys
item Thousands of oncehopeless
I sullerers from consumption pneu
I nioniu bronchitis owe their liven
land health to it It conquers grip
saves little ones from croup and
I whooping cough und is positively
guaranteed for all throat und lunir
trouble 50e 81 00 Trial bottle
I free ut Clay City Luui k Stave Co
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
CLAY CITY KYI
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
CLAY CITY KY
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