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THE CLAY ITTY TIMES
50 Cents a Year nAdvanc We are here to help Clay City herJIIPL
VOlJ 7 CLAY CITY KY TBHURSDAY APRIL 3 1902 NO 14
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A Big Reduction
on Ladies Misses and Childrens
Capes Jackets and Furs
We have on hand a stock of above goods which
Wo are closing out
At Cost
If you want any goods in this line cheap
call and purchase before the stock is picked
over We also have a few Overcoats which
we will sell At Cost to close the lot also a few
pair of Heavy Boots for Men and Boys on
the same terms Dont forget the place
SMmfessel Waldron
WIELDS A SHARP AX
Millions marvel at the multitude
of maladies cut oil by Dr Kings
New Life Pills the most distress
tog too Stomach Liver and Bow
el troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Ap
petite Jaundice Billiousness Fe
vet Malaria all fall before these
wonder workers 25cat Clay City
Lumber d Stave Cos store
WVaughn sIlH
Mr Bill Ware nod daughter
are down with measles
Morgan McKinney and wife
spent Sunday with A P Bush
Morgan McKinney bought of
Dick King a line horse for 70
Miss May Hanks of Bowen
visited relatives nt this place last
week
weekMr
I Mr George Ware of College
Hill is visiting his parents this
week
G W Clark traded two year
ling mules to John Burris for
ono work mule
G W Bush Everett and Ray
Burgher enjoyed themselves eat
ing eggs nt Allen Gravetts Sun
day
dayMisses
Misses Allie Pollie and Nancy
Bush visited Misses Annie and
Dollie Gravett Saturday night
and Sunday
Miss May Hanks who has been
visiting friends at this place was
nailed homo Wednesday on ac
count of the illness of her moth
Fe
Miss Fannie Jackson who has
been visiting her sister Mrs
Betsy Kupard of Wades Mill
returned homo Saturday accom
panied by her sister
Snow Creek
Allen Eads is home from Ford
quite sick
Jack Parker sold a mule at Win
theater court for 75
We understand that a Sunday
school will be organized at Snow
Creek soon
Uncle Buck Berry will soon
move to Brush Creek We regret
to lose huh
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Benj Stone sold to It H Grav
ett five barrels of corn at 8300 per
barrel delivered
Misses Mayme and Jesse Lowry
were the guests of Miss Ella Elkin
Saturday and Sunday
Mrs Breck Brown of Win
chester was the guest of her moth
er Mrs Martin last week
J G Vivion and wife visited the
near r parents ljlt AldllreScott
near Stanton Saturday and sun
day
Mrs Flora Vaughn and Willie
were the guests of their sister Mrs
Lena Turtle at Winchester Satur
day and Sunday
Millard Lorry of Winchester
visited relatives and friends here
several days lust week lie also
sold quite a number of patent
lamp burner
Uncle Press Everman celebrated
his 80th birthday Sunday Quite
a number of his friends were pres
ant Uncle Press is fast ripen
ing for the grave but it is grand
to know that he is ripening for a
home in the sweet by and by
There has been something said
about organizing a news paper as
sociation in Powell county We
think this would be a good thing
Mr Burgher has expressed him
self as being willing to do all in his
paver to make it a success We
dont see why it should not be
Suppose wo meet soon and organ
ize What do you all say
Mr and lirs Herbert Hullin en
tertained quite a number of their
friends Saturday night Among
those present were J F Eads and
wife Davis Ilutson and wHoE
Mansfield and wife Luther Martin
Misses Mattie and Evert Mortiu
Lola and Tena Ogden Messrs Al
bert and Marion Curtis Thos Og
den Jr Reuben Murtin and Tom
yule Eads
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A NEARLY FATAL RUNAWAY
Started a horrible ulcer on the leg
of J B Orner Franklin Grove
111 which defied doctors and all
remedies for four years Then
Bucklcns Arnica Salve cured him
Just as good for Boils Burns Bruis
es Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Erup
tions and Piles 25o at C C Lum
ft Stave Cos store
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Chelt KingMU two cows to Hen
ry Lilly for 805100
Troy Pucket6old a horse to F
R Elkin for 891 50
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John Math r Y sold to Jack Par
ker a horse foj7250
Charley Piiojjlett sold a horse to
unknown partiecfor 805
Man Stoned some corn to Bob
Gravett at 30Kper barrel
Easter ehowccuup as usual with a
cold snap andsiipw and ruin
Mrs Nora BfSije of Pilot View
visited A T Qgjlen last week
Thos Lowry ° j very sick and isI
thought to be inking the fever
Uncle William Lowry is very
feeble in healtji a this writing
Farmers gene ally got through
sowing tobaccf tits the past week
sb wt
Miss Flora Vjughn yisited relatives I
tives in Estill county the past
week Tk
Rev Gilbe reached to 1 large
crowd at the Tote church here
Saturday anduijday
Chelt Kinrrfkd a good coon
dog Old Wj l to Milt Berry
man for a hog nfL00
James Howard t and Ed Combs
of Hedges v sited relatives here
the latter part 0 lest week
A M Mices the boy has been
very slat k JlLeUI fitceNk will pdl
nionin but l t C1 tr at this Fine
Mrs Fur n n Spry who has
been visiting at James Vaughnss
the past week returned home Tues
dny
Willie Vaughn and sister Miss
Flora visited their sister Mrs Bill
Tuttle at Winchester Saturday
and Sunday
Several from here have been SUln
moned as witnesses in the Sim Dn
zarn trial for the killing of Louis
Stores now going on Irvine
Robert Eads and Charley Puck
ett the famous rat killer one ev
cuing last week killed 80 rats and
dx I
itwasnt a very good evening for j
rats either We would like for you
to come this way boys
THE GREAT DISMAL SWAMP
Of Virginia is a breeding ground
of Malaria germs So is low wet or
marshy ground everywhere These
germs causes weakness chills and
fever aches in the bones and mus
des nnd may induce dangerous
maladies But Electric Bitters nev
er fail to destroy them and cure
malarial troubles They will sure
ly prevent typhoid We tried
many remedies for Malaria and
Stomach nnd Liver troubles
writes John Charleston of Byes
villeO but never found any
thnlg as good as Electric Bitters
Try them Onyl 50e Clay City
Lun Stave Co guarantee satis
faction
To know what to do and how
to do it are the keys to success
A man required by his wife to
do housework and mind the baby
SlaVtllvorctnt OGttaguuectnmo
she would not allow him even
five cents a day If the millions
of women who have done house
work and minded the babies nil
their lives without a personal nl
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CUy CitySy Feb 8 1902
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Big Landslide
II In < Prices
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We Intve a limited stock of each kind of heavy Winter
Joods mentioned below which we cannot littorcl to car
ry over and will not do so
Mens Clothing in suits and Odd Pants Ladies
Capes and Jackets Men and HO Underwear Ladies t
and Misses Underwear Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts I
Mens Womens Boys and Misses Shoes 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
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still carry a full line of Homemade Collins Also a I i
iiicc line of Caskets in both white and black also any f
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thing you may need in Mens and Womens Robes
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a ltT u1I1 er
I c Stave o
i CLAY CITY KY
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lownncc of one cent a day were
to get divorce on that ground
there would be a startling dislo
cation of societye
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DOCTORS BAD PLIGHT
Two years ago 111 a result of n
severe cold 1 lost my voice write
Dr M L Scarbrough of Hebron
Ohio then began an obstinate
cough Every remedy known to
me as a practicing physician for
135 years failed and I daily grew
worse Bting urged to try Dr
Kings New Discovery for Con It
sumption Coughs and Colds I ifl1
found quick relief and for last ten
days have felt better than for two
years Positively guaranteed for
Throat and Lung troubles by C
C Lum J Stave Co 50c and 1
Trial bottles free
GREAT FORTUNES
are of gradual growth and
tlU lirtlU t11iXT JJVwllfrm UOC5 > Sii e
or of one must start early in life to
saveHow
How many men at the age of 50
today are toiling for their daily
bread when a little thought for the
future might have given them ease
and comfort at this age
Every nun and woman owes it to
himself or herself to provide for the
future I you have neglected to do
so up to the present now is the
time to begin
We pay a per cent compound
interest on your Saving and olFir
every security for your deposit
Call or write for particulars
Clay City National Bank
Clay City Ky
Educate
EducateFORA
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Situation
Book KeeplegBuslness PHONOGRAPHY
Telegraphy TypeWriting
ddrm WILBUR R SMITH
ILEXINCTON Kmonthle
For circular of bli f amona and rtiponilbla
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY
Awarded Hotel mt World Exposition
neferl to thousands of graduate In petition
Coat of Full nuoln fnmllrDouteTol
tlon Uooki and Board In famtljr about fso
Shorthsnd Typo W ritiDg aDd Telegraph peciilfaMi
BflSThe Kentucky Unlterilty Diploma under teal
awarded graduate LlteregCooreefree If deelred
PtOYncmUon In order la or votr Eater tttttn now each in addreia oniy
WILBUR R SMITH LexIngton Ky
Kelt Kentxtlu Vniwerttty rtuntrcti IMUOOO awl
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
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