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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t tf ifl J i HtnE- r s t THE ilfULTA T ICtI yr T1M IrS-r J i If50 Cents a tear in Advanci We are here to help Clay City tbe3nrroanjing Country anJ Ourselves h E Burgher Jr Publisher I YOLB CLAY CITY rKY THUllSDAY JANUARY J5 1903 NOn Natural Qua Explosion in EstlUI A special oflfohday The people living along WhiteOak creek Estill county thought the end of the world had come Wednesday night when an explosion of natural gas occurred blowing up the earth for a distance of several yards The gas has been escaping from the rocks along tim creek bed for many years but no harm was ever done before After the explosion occurred the gas became ignited and burned over an area of half an acre until finally the flames were smothered The company owning the lease on this property began drilling about ten days ago on Sonny Powells place halt a mile up the creek No one was near whoa the bank let go but the jar woke up all the people in the neighbor hood An expert Mining engi neer from Pennsylvania who vis yeeksaidthatnear the escaping gas the boiler would have to be removed a dis tance and the steam piped to the engine He said it was the strongest flow of natural gas he had ever seen 3HeedsShould Never Ache1 Never endure this trouble Usa at onae the remedy that stopped it for Mrs N A Webster of WinI ale Vn she writes Dr Kings ffi nflfnh Jdrme- of sick headache I had sufferld from fur two years Cure Headache Constipation Biliousness 25c at Swann Day Lbr Cos store Unusual Ear of Corn proprietor tion a mammoth ear of corn con taining thirty four rows of grains which is exciting much Interest among farmers It was grown in Clark county and sent here by Mr John Golf of that county The average sized corn cob has on it only eighteen or twenty rows of grain Must Not Be Molested The people of the United States from one qnd to the other stand shivering in the of winter for the lack ofconIboth hard and soft Householders can not get a supply mills are shut down railways are compelled to abandon ordinary train service1 and the poor the very poor are freezing to tenth In the meantime congress does nothing to help The tariff tax on coal stands unrcpealed The House hesitates and the Senate skulks behind the flimsy plea of improp er initiative Men women and children may die industry may be stifled and the idle working men thrust npon the street but not even the hem of the sacred garment of protection must be touchedLexington Democrat SmallPox in Morgan Lindsey Mnggard of Relief Morgan county hus broken out with small + pox There areanumberof exposures and It ia feared the dis ease wiIJ spreltd The ientierrca usually hold his owniil a spirited discussion Ii Ready For Business The firm of Shimfcsscl S Wnldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business nt the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here i A nice clone well selectedstock of everything you need will he kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of t Fall Millinery n Youjcanbe suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly i trimmed if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should sne our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT ctJST and if you are Ictoking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Tha liking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same ram 7 Respectfully yo- ursShinifes1 rjj C blv iibTA frs1 fctf u I IEbANCE Mir C6 Winchester Ky YI t v rfSush E Sfor loors CeillngUuUdlng Paper Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Ilopfuig- Varandas Pickets FJintoid Roofiing fe Stairways ST ingles and Etc and Etc Store Fronts 4 tt J t Send us Your Jstimates 1 Promt Shipments = c N t s 1 MAcOccurrence John Darnellgt this city is very ill from blood poisoning which was b JJllA about in a very peculiarrwBy And his mis fortune shquldVbb a lesson to every one who isifi deist bit neglectful of takJWcare of them selves ew ago hepur- chased a pair o flbots that were little top large Iqrjiihifand al though he real iXJIJ1it they were rubbing a little lister oh one of his helsh no attention to it When thojuile blister burst ed the sock faded on the sore which produceclt larger sore and finally blood poisoning His leg is non infected Jear up to his body and may wye to be ampu tated in order tg relieve him Lexington Democrat The secretttJong Life Conslsts hedpirtg Ii llth main organs of the bodyt 4h healthy regular action p quickly destroying deadly dfseast germ Electric Hitters regulate Stomach Liver find Kidneys purifySJjthe blood and give a splendid appetite They workwonders f i Curing Kidney Troubles Female JomplairiWrNerv ous Diseases C fie Upation Dys pepsia and Ala H iu Vigorous health and strenj tnaiway8 follow their use Only 50c guaranteed by SwannDuy Ll ber Co iRatlroad iiolvo IIIUI lUCUIlllll Ul IJ1U spoke and Imndlo factory here Mr Williams tire manager has spent some time seeing what ar rangements can lielmado with the railroads for the transportation- of raw material ajU it seems as if they have it in for Winchester The L fe EJ discriminates in favor of tent that i rtlmktprbhibitor while the L LCwill give far better rates to Richmond than to this city The pads have all been treated iatr y by Winches ter and they should reciprocate Winchester Democrnt t A Peculiar Egg W B Hardinl Perryville has sent us an that is u worliftieal er Unlike othercggs it stands on its point and if yi u place it on its side it will not remain so but pro ceeds to immediately to get on the end lignin Another singular thing about this egg is that it is never still a moment but is in a constant ly vibrating motioii Ilarrodsburg IIenaldFinds way Ive The startling Announcement of a Discovery that yljsurcly lengthen- life is made bv eaiior 0 II Dow ney of ChurubuseaYInd uIwlsh to state i that Dr Kings New DilIiyeryfor Con sumption is rehidy that havbjiervor known for Coughs Colds and Its invulxnblo to pc itwail weak lungs Haviogjhfs wonderful I medicine no one n eo dread Pneu moniu or Consumption Its relief is instant Hndcure erlairi Swann Day Lumber Co guarantee every 50c and 810Q ittle and giveI trial bottles free 4 i 1 DB Simpson tio 8eving machiiM adjustl Gal ton hint and have vour nitfchlnerepaired ordersatRcQsosstore91ay antee 40 y t h J IfaY 1hi TH- ERacket Store Owing to the recent illness of mypntire family I have been una blejto serve the good people of Pow ell Estill adjoiningcountiesasl as I would have liked to have done As we are now all able to to eat all we can get and then some we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LOW PRICES so you will feel when you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Articles Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloved Shirts 0 verills Toilet Soaps anda Thou sand and one other things will be carried by our RACKET STORE Joht fail to visit us dS wo will 1 lJre CHEAP at our RACKET STORE T Gloves 4 You cant beat em They run from lOc per pair up to 50c They are worth very much more We carry nil kinds for the Ladies the Boys and the Girls and we didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE it is too sweet to lell but not to eat CANDY and it is good and Fresh Pen nut Couounut Chocolate Lemon and Cream 0 but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses und give them to your Girl and she wont think any the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens 84 00 SHOES only 82 2J5 Ladles 3 00 1 78 I 2 00iI 19 II 275 I 1 49 Childrens 2 00 i I c 90 1 25I I 49 u 75 1 22 50c RUBBERS 24 WoolLined Rubbers JW UnderwearI Heavy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents nply 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75c only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth 50only 25 I U Drawers 50 25 Ladies Underwear only25c per garment The RacketStore Bowen I i Died Jan 4 John Richard of typhoid fever interment Gar rett cemetery The firm of Knox and Drake has been mutually dissolved Mr Knox retiring D B 0 B Skidmoro have purchased fine lot of timber on Glady branch aijdure now logging it up V 0 Martini Deputy County Clerk was on the South Fork last Wednesday drawing and tak ing acknowledgements ofuleedn mortgages and etc Its always stylish to wear largo pockets lined with greenbacks New Century Comfort Millions are laily finding 11 world of comfort In Bucklens Ar nica Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cute Bruises eon quers Ulcers and Fever Sores cures Eruptions SnIt Rheum Boils and Felons removes Corns and Warts Best Pile cure on earth Oily 25e at SwannDay Lbr Cos store The Balancei Look inside our watch a moment The bidance wheel is making 18000 Jvibrations an hour if 40ndltlonI1thtmotementislllag wrong Itowill move 3568 miles in a year and dropoafdegreeofthe motion Dont takeclmnces Let YllurwalchInsatisfy yo- uWEBB the Jeweler j CLAY CITY a Of course you paid the bill but youve lost the receipt Pay all your bills by check in the future A cancelled checkis a re ceipt in itself If you havent an account with us already open up one and see how convenient it is Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr C B DICKSON I DENTIST CLAY CITY ICY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ICLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY Kit X 4 4t tw lioo rUIILISIIKD EVKUV THUItSDAY 4 Elmjher Jr Publisher L T Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad anei otherwise 75 Cents Entered as second claselfnail matter i Thursday January 15 1003 01 CLUB RATES Forthe convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged clutirates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The Tmiand CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 76 SPOUT SPRING B S Burgher madea business trip to Stanton Monday Miss Nannie Christopher visited her sister Mrs A R Lowry at Ruckenille lastweek Mr and Mrs Morgan McKinney visited the family of W J Christopher Saturday night and Sunday J H Dawson and J M Ow ens each bought a hunch of shotes in this community last week at t rom 5c Jo 5Jc w fWalter G Burtouvho left here a few weeks ago going to Michigan lids gone tb Nevada where ho has secured employ ment I- Mri Wild Hi1c of Oarlock f SllinoisrsvvisvasithlthisiwsisterMrs and other relatives and friends in this part of the county United States Marshal W G Sharp made a raid on a moonshine still on Buck creek tins county and captured some sing lings and a seventy gallon copper still The operators escap to6te v M r 4aVl I of Sunday is regular preaching day at the Methodist church We are glad to hove the assurance that there will be services Pastor Willis is proving himself to be a consecrated and faithful seivgnEoters Muster7 John W Barnett and T J Wright will each have a sale in this nfon th and move to Missouri Mr WrigjitjJs sale will be on the 22 and MrBarnetts will be the 28 Each of them will sell quite u lot of valuable property See stand bill for particulars Mr Barnett will also sell or rent his farm MANSFIELDS FLOUR Has a- Ytasteand n flavor alj its own and possessed by no other flour sold in this section We select our wheat intCentral Ken Wand nothiug but choice grain goes into the muri ufncture of ourflour Its milled right too Qurs is pie pf tjje best equipped mill plants fn the State Yhu may mwii OApttVp Ainitvbuy orwlT f f f lAIN LILY with the full assur ance that baking results will not disappoint you Ask your Grower for Mansfields Jlour RTfCr MansfieldY Sdnr- i0SSL1iA 0 II 71f Jfr j t R SmallPox at Jackson f There 1sn case of sdlallpo n J ksonSTho patient is being guarded in an isolated place to prevent the possibility of the smallpox becoming epidemic Paris to Have h Public Library The Paris City Conncil hsuc cepted the terms of Carnegio of f2000 for a free public library and lins jipppointed ajcominitte to select a site and report the cost of same if t 4 Just in Time It has detleloped mil the = ing of DaiyerJOtisbyfa trainat Farmers a few lays ago had been to Mt Sterling the day hnisJkiirQdlau had taken out ii su tii e The policy was found in his pocket Blown Into the Air Near Casey villo two boys Jas Newkirk and John Knight shot atsome birds on a magazino in which pOd r and dynamite were i stored An explosion followed and the boys were hurled into the air sustaining injuries that may prove fatal Before the Grand Jury Henry E Youtsey was summoned btfore the Franklin county grand jury at Frankfort Friday in the Giubel murder cise As to knowl1untilYoutsey seemed anxious to get he ore the grand jury Pardon Power Abused Governor Becklmm has pardon ed Oash Gravest the noted and desperate horse thief sent up front Madison county at the last session of Circuit Court Graves terroized the people in many parts of Kentucky for years and is now again turned loose to re sume opefntibriarf I The Second Child to turn to Death Near iladieonville the little four year old daughter of Leo OBrien was hurned to death Saturday Her clothing caught fire from an open fire place before which she was playing Thecaefavery sad one as just about a week ago a younger child of Obrien was burned to doHth in the sine manner Should Be Repudiated The Lexington Herald whose political complection changes generallyfound the house about election time has againjanded the cfy printing of L Xli1tonN tru eDemocrflt will indorse Clio City Attorneys ac tion in this matter and he should at once be nipulliated by the partyfA Valuable Judge Judge Thoina8Nevittof St Chir ville Mo kris been in jail ever since he wits electer buy was let out to spend Christmas with his fault ly Years ago the Federal Court ordered the county to pay tyriain railroad boncTs ijbjjt jtfief JUdge refused to sign tile warrant as he with the citizens df his cpuhty believe them to ho unjust Hie Federal authorities have therefore kept the Judgti in jail for cohtimt of Court f New Kentucky Routes Beginning Feb 2 the following rural delivery routes will bo es fablished SlayBVille7 four routes urea covered 80 squl1r9iJiJe population s rvedl land Lincoln count11 2 flC ri ate area covered 40 square miles populatioiiserved748 Augusta Brackeiticountyi one route area- coveredh0sgtfhro miles 4 opu1 LcwisportJHanloclc quaro mUgtr 9AOho tI 1 oI ErovjdencefiWebstercounty one route nre squ r jniles pop u1a ion O ltl hn a ol1Q route area 88Iiifl s opiilatiou 618 Waddy Shelley eatintyone additional routet area 46 miles pop ulation 680 f + LM 100 Reward zoo ihe reat will be pleased LiJearnltattather is ut least one drcaded llseuse that science has bden Atjhkcur0 in nil its stages and that It Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure lethe only positive cure now knoJntothe medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires n consti tutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure ie taken Jinterhally acting directly upon the blood sad mucous surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the foufndation of the dis ellllertndIiivinjt the patient strength by building up the consti tution and alibiing nnture in doing its work The jroprietors have so mach faith in it curative powers that they ofler orie hundred Dollars for any case ttialit fails to cure Send for list oft etimonials Address FJ CHENEY 4 Co 1T0 J cd0 0 Sold by Druggist We Halls FafnilylPillB are the best 1 M BMDEY S Merchant and Custom MILLERCLAY jCustom work six daysjn the week Fresh Ground BolfedMeal always on hand Grinds ror14ri sixth tole MACHINE SHOP ftLLllNDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep iq Stock Steam Fittings Belting hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In Jl 8 anti 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others printedisLT OAS HAGAN WIKCHESTER KY Consumption Cured Easily By the Filipino Metho- dtIgtrrl n Asuliller who snentiwo yenra in the Philippinesrdiscttvered and brou a cure for Consumption and all lung tomH JHt plaints proofITfree fronte CORP W KSONI I CalvertIaTexn f Buy Glasses From an Optician Perhaps share peopliUullltjot kpow that Clay City Ji snn opt ottebuyingany crossroads store when they can have their eyes tested and glasses accurately fitted by a com petent optician for but a trifle more When your ee8 need at tention see WEllu the Optician- FarunFOrSale w Fifty acres rler bottom land with good improvements jdwell ing with six rooms store house and good stables and other out build ings Will sell on easy terms J W TipTONi ClayCitj It alway hurts Worse to be cut with ail ax of ones own grinding 0Rev Irl R Hicks 1903 Almanac To say that this splendid work of science and art is finer and better than eyer is stating it mildly The demand far it is far beyond all previous el1lsloe- ay that such results reaching through30years are not based upon sound sense and usefulness is an insult to the intelligence of the millions Professor Hicks through this great Almanac and his famous family and scientific journal Word and Works is do ing a work for the whole people not approached by any other man or publication A fair test will prove this to any reasonable per son Added to the most lumi nous course in astronomy for lOOn forecasts of storms and weather are given as never before for every day in the year all charm illustrated with nearly two hundred engravings The price pustltge Word and Works with the Alma toword2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo Three children burned to death in Keiituckyjin two dlL sof thi8i Itcorr t fromr prill grates Parents batoo care I ful with their children aboutci pen tires f j i vggl Courierjournal J fi FENIIY AXATTERSftNtEditurf Ten or Twelve Pages Issued Every Wednesday 1 OO a YearYh REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM fMORAL REFOKM t 9 I i f tBEST EmTOaiALs BFBT POLITICAL A BTICI i BEST STORIES 1 Bust MISCEMANV t llk T PICTIIUE8 i BEST BOOK lUviRW r 4 I BUST VBESTUKPT HOME News BEST Covni sin N ws BEST MAR JKT REVIEWS IhoIT UP RnHflllW COURIERJOURNAL CorLOUISVILLb ki By Special Arrangements YtU can get THE TIMES 4 i And th- eWeekly I CouriprJourna Both Ono year orolllIOne DollarTh- isIs for caslistibscriptlons only All Imbcr under this combination offer must bo sent through the TIMKS olllce 11 III B MAUfPPIN p Ci AY pCllY j J H Blacj swith Woo 1wio xni a11 J Horseshoeing1 a Specialty A ociited fn the Eutor shop nt tbctldrice crossing i i t tajx I iS y I i The Winityst Wh ite eakej Njl I The Lightes Light Rolls J And Flakiest Biscuit VJ J Are l1uclo Vlieif TOIL UHC i R i Ii I Pearl and Bakers PrideHouri Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed ri JJJIANUFAClURED BY J A CAIN VER LIns fly J fISold by our Leading AlercTiunfa i 4 t J F WEBB t ArtistncLAY CITV KYt J lIce leunSI1Ie kFnshiiiia Iii iitt g nd I r kindsnfIlulrTonii loin11iiinl Vwaysi +n towels t1 jr P itlllltllltt I af 1- n T i Laundry Agenoy in Connetion j S 4 tDon tr ltogH e h1m a call f10 Yq 3uej a kV7r r 17 1 IiP j f jI 1 A 7 ti I fTHE TIMES i i t s AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPERo I ii r THURSDAY JANUARY 15 1903 I LOCAL BREVITIES 1 Geo P Douglas of Levee was iii town Saturday on business Mrs Malmlia Curtis visited Mrs Geo W Lewis at Thomson last Week Mrs Henry Waldroncontinues- at a very 16w stage with doUbts of her recovery The Methodists closed a pro tracted meeting at Campton last week with 00 additions Bracken Academy the new school at Morphead opened last Monday with 05 students Elder Jr A Webb has been laid up the past week with the grip but is now able to be out again A correspondent ofan exchange makes the statement that it rained every Sunday night and Monday in December Miss Grace Adams who has been so low with typhoid fever is much improved and is now in u fair way to recovery I It has been very cold this week I and we are having a splendin ice I harvest Those who have ice- houses have made use of the opportunity Several from this place were summoned before the County Hoard of Supervisors at Stanton Wednesday to show cause why their property should not be rais ed Mr Geo Soules of West Vir o ginia who lived in Clay Oity for I a time is in town on business f Mr Soules tells us that he lost two children lust full with appendicitis In an article of last week the information was conveyed that JA Webb Jr lived in Oincin nati jri this the TIMKS was in error tis Mr Webb has moved to I Iittsburg W Va tfhmearrived at the hone of e Mrs W T Webb Thursday January 8 a lively and noisy little man Ho came with his grip und will remain for an indefinite time Our ever enterprising and up todate barber Frank Webb has just received an extensive side hoard fitted with plate glass mir ror Mr Webb intends to serve his patrons with the best of everything Mr Wildy Hiley of Oarlock 111 is g elatiVes and old friends in tins county Mr Riley lives lith section of Illinois whema humber of other Keu tuckians also reside uiul he re ports that they all are well and- gettiii1t1onvcllG- eoe Ware who huu been in Jlis sotirlttbespnttrewmonths return ed home lIundayHewulI in a wreck on thv Big hour in Indiana in which there Herd fourteen killed 1andseveral otherslHllt Mr Ware didnt escape injury as he 1orl1111eadandI tslderalily Youll want some kind of Christmas presents or JUG niceI lurtjiday or wedding 1W Webb the jeweler can suit A towitht blef W Our sidewalks and street cross ings havent botheredus much the past few days but whist will we do when they thaw out Albert Gravett of Bloomington Ill who is visiting his parents Mr and MM R II Gravett at Log Lick was fn town yesterday Albert is looking well and pays he will return the first of February Now In Nevada Walter 0 Burton writes US from Byndon Nevada and in closes a subscription to the TIMES Walter is railroading and is getting a good salary Free Cure forSIck headache Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets area certain cure for sick headache If taken as soon as the first indication of the disease appear they will prevent the at anydealerthem a trial Comes Back to Kentucky Mr Peter Mountz is with his brotherA Mountz on Hardwicks Creek where he will make his home his wife being dead and his children all being married Mr Mountz lived at Covington until a few years ago when he moved to Missouri He had not been in this part of the State be fore in fourteen years A Profitable Business Wo know of no business that would pay better in our judg ment than a coal and feedstore in Clay City one that would con tent themselves with a reasona ble profit and give full weight with prompt delivery Let some energetic person embark in this business there is money it for thorn Croup The peculiar rough which indi cates croup is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children No time should be lost in the treatment of it and for this purpose no medicine has received more uni versal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste val uable time in experimenting with untried remedies no matter how highly they may be recommended but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Ads Pay In The Times Mr Wm Snowden for one at least is convinced of the real value of an ad in the TIMED Week be fore last he put U small notice of a horse for sale and contracted for it to run four weeks but he sold him lust week do he withdrawn the notice to keep from being bothered furtberVith prospective horse buyers Another gentleman who had a notice inn recent issue said he was really surprised to learn how widely Jie paper was circulat edYoung man Educate torSgc3s Wilbur Smiths College Teachers Clerks and Farmer should pursue the BtteinessiSfiorthand- and Typewriting or Telegraphic course at Wilbur Sniith jUi8iue8SGollegc Lexington Kyi 1I9j IUt 0OpO lyjccsjful graduates Kentucky Unl vvrsjty a 1o UI ilder8 al Awarded his graduates Over 008tudentsroni 20 tet I year The lfeniaif d for his gradvmtcgAt this Jtline fo lilt positions iccedsthosupply This College has not been closed a week day in 27 years Students can begin qt any tIme Cost reasonable If you have any idea of attending a Busincs College this winter ui write immediately for n large illustrated catalogue tQ W U Smith Lexington y Too often it is the thing left unsaid that should have been spoken and tholhing spoken that should have been left unsaid l I I t y y ChamberIIains Stomach and Liver Tablets from any dealer in atent medicine They are easier fotake and more pleasant in effect than pills Then there use 1 is not followed by consti pation as is often the case with pills Regular size 25c per box Successful Hunters William Ohism and two sons killed over 250 birds from the 15th November January 1st Winchester Democrat Fatal Hunting Accident In Rowan county while out hunting rabbits William McDan iel was shot and killed by a com panion McDaniels cousin was killed in the same manner a few months ago All dealers in patent medicine guarantee every bottle of Chamber lains Cough Remedy and will re fund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using twothirds of the contents This is the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughs colds group and whooping cough and is pleasant iirtd safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia A Farmers Trust A farmers trust has just been organized under the name of the National Society of Equity with headquarters at Indianapo lis tp promote cooperation a mong producers and control pric garden Dont Worry This is easier said than done yet it may bo of some help to consider the matter If the cause is some thing over which you have no con trol it is obvious that worrying will not help the matter in the least On the other hand if within your control you have only to act When you have n cold and fear an attack of pneumonia buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and forIworry as ly disappear There is no danger of pneumonia when it is used For sale by all dealers in patent medicine MARRIED Mr R L Daniel and Miss Mary Smith were united in matrimony at the brides home near town Wetlnes day Jan 7 1003 They are at home at Darlingsyille near this placeMr E c Wills and Miss Susie r bell Mattingly were united in mar riage at the brides uncles in Har rC1d burg Thursday Tan 8 by Rev J I Wills father of the groom Mr Wills was raised in this coun ty where he has numerous friends Mr Cyrus Elkin of Clark coun ty and Mills Eliza McRobcrds were married at the residence of the brides uncle Mr John Me Roberds this town Wednesday Jan 7 They will go to house keeping at once in the grooms home Rev R A Irvin officiated Dislocated her Shoulder Mrs Johanna Soderholm of Fer gus Fulls Minn fell and dislocat ed her shoulder She had a sur geon get it in place as soon us pos slide but it was quite sore nnd pained her very milo Her son mentioned that he 0 bud seen Cham berlains Pain Balm advertised for sprains and sorenofs anoshe asked him to buy her a bottioofitwhich- he did It quicklyjreTTevfherand and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several days The son was so much pleased with the relief it gave his mother that he rdhasninny others For 8alelbyjall dealers in patent me liicirie vK1 J lr IJUIIALCSMAN AllUiCA ORCATIIT v f A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRONC- LAY CITY KY BOLa AGBNr Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them right 1 and they can depend upon getting everything they need at IivIing prices We want your produce and if top prices will we are going to trade with you We are now coducting a general store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store WeAre InTheTimber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in this j section that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded Dont Trade funtil you see us Twill pay you Remember full storeat t both places AE BARNETT It SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY Aint Got No Home Or are you not satisfied with the one you have Do you want to make a change Then take advantage of the LOW ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS OR ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES Offered by the Louisvile Henderson and St Louis RailwayT- HE WORLDS FAIR LINE to the West and Southwest Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including April 21 1001IASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT General Passenger Agont Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY 111eSt t a4 Man is so E5T triictcd that thei bigger fool he le olio le8sliKely ho is to find it out A bad temper is1 an tiwWara thing to have and a dangerous thing tnJose U I STANDARD I cpl1tt Rotary C Jreiyln BTumum JWQ eWBLLF8otr LOCK AND CHAM Sflfca TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from JJCO op The Standard Rotary runs silent ni the tick of a watch Makes 800 tltches while other machines make 200 Apply to our local dealeror If titer ti as dean your town address WD Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio V Tr WEU1i Agent Clay City Ky 1 THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATICD Presflcapital stork 200000 i Surplus 20030v- Ve solicit the accounts of individuals firms rind corporations 542 All sickness U caused by d Isease perms These germs ore in the air we breathe in the water wo drink in the food w eai awl ourbodlesare full of them Anyjilborder of tha Wood etomach or bowelsora6yavlte rcutoatttebodywla- put these Rerms tovrorklind tfcknrr s and pain follow To restore health thrso germs must be killed Kings Royal Qermetcur A GERM KILLER Taken Internally it got Into thrfblood and through all the pores in tint booty absolutely kill log the guars of disease There ialio other medicine like IJ and head thouiuinds t f tsFures- seem almortlike mlrteU + It has thousands of Indorsement like tho following I KILLS HJRM3 OP MALARIA 28100tlItatarmeteur is used IA WUrrs CURBS KIDNEY TROVfiLd NDlIplOESTIOI1 Crew Kings Rofat Orm dOll tno more fatlildofYman since taking four bottles CJ WADS Oermeteur Is sold emrfhore OnBottle SilO Bottles S3 or tent direct from the Laboratory Addreu GEORGIA fttEDIClfjB CO BAMBCTIUH A THe LEXINGTON J l1 DEMOCRAT Is the Qphr Daily 1t D rnu ratic Pipe Published in The BLhEGRASS REGION t IiJi It is egpeciallydevnted to the in the nio ratia party und gives all the news without fear or favorSubscription price loQflLxyear or 15 cents 11 week bycurrier 1 nvH Walton l i Jj flpnageitLXINUTON Joe MouotzAgt Clay City r t k 11 A Remarkable Railroad i jL B Lose of this place be lieves that he rode on the steam taraljefpre any person now liv ing in Montgomery county his first ride in 1840 was qn a road built IromEranMbrt td Lexihir tgnrIy the first road built in a andoforoany line ippiTherails Going of wood and shfad vijh agon tiro The engine vas of the tracfioliiruler slid one man was kept siting on the front theICsnukmore or less than thetire iron nothing loose and curling upward on therail conches were seated with suJmillslahs and the train made about ten miles per hour What a grand kick ing opportunity suchti road wBuld he uowl1da f yMiddle= ton Mo Chipsvi flWorld Full of lie e The country is overflowing with fake steel range peddlers fake fruit tree men fiikojctrelrymenl fake everything whose ways are dark and whose tri6kstaVe Shin f look out for them Be on your guard Do not permit it11only tohgtl rstnotttlllyw ordedscape goat wilt if his just deserts were meledfouYffiiini w ud no doubt be in jail to inveigle you into signing papers about which you know nothing You have in your own country town honest rood responsible men to deal with men whom you know will not de fraud you They art men toUri rouslhibout hejcomcs They W11LComo Back rrof Rb Adams and family have returned from Oklahoma and the Prof is now instructing n class tVtt31Proflast summer and a notice of his reo miViil to Oklahoma uppearedjn the TIMKS a few weeks ngo 4I S rn Hi Stone Former Au djtorjlof InitrckY 1litlrtwPrelli lent of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse Company of Louisville Ills accepted the ohairmiinghip of tie SubFinance Cortiiiihtco onTobacco ofthpKentuuky Exhibition ABSO ciatiori aifd will at once begin nn active canvas among the tobacco flrmsandcorporatlonsi for enbecrjptfons ttrrttle10U000i- funtl yL mgai5eHc will 6lyree tliter l Jg tobacco gcoVing countyifniitHe State has representiitliin Ill the cOl1lrilmtions will be large I Just What Yon Want f USEPJl rz YELtl SharpenerI but Uadeofthe hard wood 11 handle and- threeeighthsI steel rod sharpened and braced r The IDEAL Sclssbrd Knife and I II SidoSashLock A Mfe TrnUIattr and rectJod khgaut darInpieable Thrioostpt rTcct liothingAbut der Every one In fully guaranteed oo Qeytc II i Cattlntot Claw II Twearetmjyafeviofourlfatitltui fclure 9 ItllweIStndfvr Catalogue COMSTOCK NOVELTYrCQ I Town PropertpForSak Two 8n in town or IloolievhleKp10ne house on Main street and tHe other on Mul berry street Dcsirfdeproperty at of the 9alpnd timber bus iness This I will sell at a low price For fnikthtf11mfornlution- see W D vl1le Ky or N Mclntoshy SpIt Spring Ky Lexington iEastern By Effective Sett 1 1902 EASTBOUND lf0 2 No 4 Dally exSufi Dally ex Sun Stations PiinSp A31 Lv Lexington 2S 745 Winchester 411082i V L E 897 1 oiiiy Cites58 oia Stanton 400 03 Natural Bridgef48S 054 Torrent4y49 1008 HBeattyiltIJltnc l1 1020 CI O A K tunc 6t1H26-AI Jucknon i iOT05 11 50 WEST HOUND No al No1- f DailycxSunStations Lv Jackson j 21i O1 a 0iP K Junct 380 020 ItenttyvilleJIiliC 0 7 20 1 Torrentl7 744 801iII Clnv CIt43 887 LETunctton5U8 010 Winchester I 620 023 ArLexlngton 6 0010 1 forCannhl1I jsionduily except Sunday Noa 1 aim 2 connect nt LA E junction with 0t 0 for MtStetling and loco points Nos 1 Ii 1d3 connect at Beatty BeattyilleJ K BARB 1 CHAR SCOTT Gen Manager Gen Poss Agt REST RANT MEflLS AT ALL rloURS r as i Fresh Oysters and Fish A full line of Foreign and Domestic Fruits Oranges Lemons Ba nanas Apples aiiotEte IJ AN bRSGN CLAY CITY KY E E WEST lV itlt- Siffimolls llthve Cot St LqulsjMo will make reuulanUips throuh this section FreihVyeiializid with LouihHHb and Cincinnati houses t Clay City Hotel J H EAXC jy Prop I Table suppliellWitl the best the tnntliertalloids rILverythingnddat- itndelertn hates 8100 per day Tree Tree Treed y the MiJJiort I FBtJIT and OEHAMENTAt OBAPE VINES SMALL TBUITS ASPABAQUV SHRUBS and EVEn NOFOB OB OHABD LAWN andflABpEir We employ no Agtlt batiell direct Catalogue on appHcatlpaJ3fltb fhonei H F Hilleivmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I TRAorMAMIII mgdcklan COIDDlunleaLloas roaeulvaSpecial IerrC nraa Idoe t P yLWarhineto D C J iVi ir t For 30c in stampswilt maail a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Neverfalig Write oJorp Wily son Calvert 41ex Modern Printing Which wo do If Modern Prices Has an individuality About it that commands Attentipu i LetsTalk itOver On Hint liexturdeI of 1Voponeficial to youITry us once Ifimts nr1uf i o j I Be on Tlmei Fiiit timeor slow tinni is unknown in ii reliable watch Wo cim make your WntclrrtHnWe or furnish you one that is Accuracy and punctuality art stepping tonIll to fw i cess in business or social lif No person can afford to enduiigfr nn important appqintmemby not own ing ft reliable time piece Watches that go through my hands are timekeepers they ore always just as represented Mywarrant is given with every watch I sIllor repair VEB15 The Jeweler Clay City advice free Send 32o j nI stgmhs nld jet JlItrial t r phine CurefCctrplWillJn1CI 11 vert Tex 4 a It is much easier to coo fill way we should go tJitiiiMt is to go the WilY we sec MRS L S ADAMS Of jCJalvcitton Texok Wine of Cardui li Indeed ablwlng to tired women I for seven rs with weakness and bt3r- Ingdownp lnslnd having trfcd acv oral l and different remedies wth no success Wire of Cardul was the only thing which helped me and cvcntC cured me to strengthenthe By tired women Mrs Adams means nervouswolucn who Lave of the rnyofthesecureyoursclfnthomewiththisgtcit of CarduitWine of Cardui has of cases which doctors have failed hcnefit Why not to welt today All- druggIsts have 8100 For stomach liver or bowel disorder Thedfords BlackDraught should bo used roradvlceandttaddrea armMjTbe Liullra AurHorr jepac noop Jledlctao Co Tenth WINEOCARDUIw L Ik J Littlepage Sinttt ff r 61 I a f + 1 5r r V Dealers In 3 f Pure Drugs Patent Medicines Uil Paints and Etc J- PrescrlptinnPearefnllycnmpntindedioni1 if we hnyp nntgnt wlmt you IantwIll get It tot you on short notice + oJ it 1 i Free to any LadyApaekdgeotasIi riomed1 Dr Doua LAS FoAJOU IFICfJAZf3LINU J t wnlohcureetroubre to the ten ales nix Huderful rrurdreututhousands lase wll1sn1 and ddtllllo Qkttcrwtllbriaglurelief a to EnclusaeSLrup n Joultltr Yudt Lerrmwe Dr Douglas StomachTeblets for all trrnuUicb Dr pinesDr JnesscutsbnmsBpralui bit i I J chappedhands et- cWrlteT r THE WZELWE COSO Dean Block SonIi Bend lad h ARE YOU DEAF II r air HEAD NOISES ittALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLEby onrnew Invention Only those born deaf are incurable HEAD IMMEDIATELYFir naLTlueag Md March 30 J9J rotsaWitmyI a treatment for catIJrrb for three mouth without nylItteconulteli PJlIIIo thatonlyoreverIthen and ordered yourirat andtodaY1F A WERMAN 730 8 Broadway Baltimore J4cJ q Our treatment does notinterfere with your usual occupationExamination and YOU CAM CUOE YOURSELF AT HOME colt INTERNATIONAL AURALCLINIC 596 U SALLE AYE CHICAIO ILA tj i 31 1 I a