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Ji fl f 1ij P THE 04A1 t r Jt Y n1 TIMESI1tiiI Vtif 1l J f ftj Jl ft I iJ f I Iublisher1tc I ViOL 8 ICLAY OITt KY OTOT II PAY JANUARY 29 1903 NO5 I Reminiscence of a County Citizens Vfitat saw the light of day March 1 1853 onehalf miljjuth east of llosslyn on Cot creek When 6 yetis old I well remember carrying watorto the horny handed sons of toil ntlog rollin told sick I was 8 when I entered my first school Well do I remember my father hunting for me a boarding plate that I might be near a schopl house This boarding place Was at the home of R S Forman one half mile west of Bowen When it came time for me to take up abode in my new quarters my big brother JJwas detailed to hopus me on the sorrel niore and we had a long talk as we strode along honssuring me that the teacher would not be rough with me from the fact she was a staunclrfriend our mother teacher was MrsMargretWhite mother of Hon J B White now representative of the 10th Ky Congressional district She was a model lady and a classical teach er The school house was built of round logs and many of them as crooked as Red river ire member some of the big boys ly ing between the logs atplay time I or recess 1 In a few days after my enter ing to my astonishment Andrew Howell came to school At re cess I had a private talk with him He informed mq he was aviuc atvMt1vJHenryReyH61d81 in sight of tho school grounds This was very pleasing to me as Mr Howell was one of my old playmates t Soon as I got quainted with all the boys viz Wm BowenjVeed Bowen Frank Reynolds Win Reynolds Laban Forman John Forman Norville Wireinnii and the rest of the boys what a time I did see We would nicer Sat urddytTiii the Tarie loading Vo Gays Ford and have all kinds of amusement On one occasion wd became tired out of games so some one suggested we cross the river to the farm of Judge Gay and get some apples As the e mancipation proclamation had not been issued thieve was a lot of slaves on this farm We got a cross all right but when those burley Africans saw us they rais ed the warhoop and after us they came TO BK COXTINUEUr j The Thirteenth Son At Danville the 18th son was RileyWilliams lams have been married 10 years and are the same age8i They- have lJ boys and none of them are twins Heads Should Never Ache Never endure this trouble Use at onae the remedy that stopped it for Mrs N A Webster of Win rile Vn she writes Dr Kings New Life Pills wholly cured me of sick headache I had sufTevld from ureHeJq89hof SwannDay Lbr Cos store Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand timid will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I vc all elegant line ofr I f Fall Millinery t rT r J You can bo suited here ladies in a Stylish nnd neatly trimmed Hat if you Gala be anywhere The price for tliesCgood is very reasonable andyou should spe our line T before buying We are closing out a nice In ofIaufltes Cloaks Jacfcefs Lap s- AT and if you are looking for something in tins line at a baVgaih dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same am ml S Mrlyours H 1JI C ShimiesseL r t1 l fir jRfblN f lr2 1 tWinchestep t e bush We FlooringWer htadquartersfor l id aper grYaraStairways Shingles Etc and Etc1 Store Fronts I Send us Your Estimates A 1 i flr mtShipmentsJI L I I f r J N Mh gttH ay t fK Their Old Kentucky Home Time follow g comes fromil Mereer r titTwo chin dreu a girl 141 iid a boy 8 years old heartsckW p1ry returned to their or IfeAtuckyHome Saturday andi 1 ltcd a o- intense sufferi igV jfTfroy are the survivors Of n 1y of twelve i Several year John Ohoate was one of the1 Mt prosperous in time Buena y ipta neighbor hood but weut fto Galveston Texas Ho ht dorily been there a few months vhen the Galves ton flood swepilaiyay his earthly possessions an d1owned his wife and eight childtetf Troubled and heartsick mined to re turn With his twQjsurviving chil dren to his Ol3pntucky home He secured it and spring wagon andstar oiloverland They1 had not been u on the way befprq tin rlittle band was attacked by b ishwhackers and the fatfiep xvasj nlled The orphans tie re left alone inI the most sparselysettled portion of the state the boy was plucky and detdrmined to make the trip so t ted on thin way with his sisterHe managed to raise sulficientn1eans alpng the way to keeptlipij from starving and arrived back at their old 4iomestead where they have b unassisted by the people of thatjTlqce f TheSei Coiis1Et61n 1It1t1I11 lie met organs of the body in healthy reg ular action and jn quickly destroy ing deadly disease germs Electric Bitters Stomach Liver and Kidneys purifythe blood and give a splendid appetite They work wonders hi Ki ney Troubles Iemnlepomplaints Nerv Dyspepsia health and strct always follow their use OtiljIOC guaranteed by 1J Go A Bad Man Killed At Middlesbprbj Henry Cummings was killed in the heart of the city and hi Ft shyer goes unnp prehended C riiming was an es Gaped convict froth Alabama and is said fo have killed 17 different t men Get what youlneed at Waldrons auction sale JanjSl A man may think hes sharp till he meets aslfarper rFindsLive i The tartling1 nUouncem nt of u Discovery thattWilleurely lengthen DowTneytu state he lestICthl Dr Kings New I ic for Coil sunlption is Sjeiinuwt infallible remdy that I haxecrkllown for Coughs Colt I Itsi- nvalxable fcJ pegpluwith weak lungs Ilavit g this wonderful medicine no on fneed dread Pneu monia or Comm motion Its relief jg instant and cirecertain Swann Day Lumber Cd guarantee every 50o and SlOQBbottle and give trial bottles frjjJF k 1JL1 D B Silo JO lj tile sewing machine ad n1err Call on him repairedLcitveClay CltyKy Sa uar ua teedtc d5T- Y Yi y 4 ad TH- ERacket H Store Owing to the recent illness of my pntire family I have been unu blejto serve the good people of Pow ell Estill ond adjoining counties as I would have liked to have done As wo 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 Granileware Tinware Fancy Ar tides Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q venlls Toilet Soaps anda Thou sand and one other things will be carried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit us as we will sell everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE plQxer Inn can h eRe i aSfissSS lOc per pair up to 50c They are worth very much more We carryall 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 tell but not to eat CANDY and itisgood and Fresh Ieiinut Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream 0 but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them tll your Girl and she wont thinkany the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOES= Mens 84 00 SHOES only 82 28 Ladies 8 00 1 173 41 2 001 f0 2 75 I 19 Childrens 2 00 lO i 25u t 49- 71iu 1 22 50c RUBBERS 24 WoolLined Rubbers 88 Underwear Heavy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents onl45cHeavy Fleeced Drawers worth 76u only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth 50only 25 44 II Drawers 50 25 Ladies Underwear only25c per garment The r Racket Storei Seriously Burned threeyeargold Robert Winn of Estill county was seriously burned on last Sat urday by falling in the lire One of her hands was burned al most off while the other is also badly injured Her face is pain fully burned and it is feared that she inhailed some of time flames Her mothers clothing became ignited in her imleavors to save her little one but were extinguished without serious re sults Since the accident the little sufferer has been in almost a constant spasm Richmond Climax New Century Comfort Millions are daily findinga world of comfort in Bueklens Ar nice Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruises coil quers Ulcers and Fever Sores j cures Eruptions Salt Rheum Bulls and Felons removes Corns and Warts Best Pile cure on earth Only 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos store I The TRIES for the news 00The Balanceo Wheel Look Inside your watch n moment The bnlance wheel is milking 18000 e vibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement Is slug egish theres something wrong It wjlmQo and e sstthannllll1 oradrolio rriWio S that little badly The least degree of friction on bearings the motion Dont chances Leto me clean and oil and put your watch e- e in order for n year It will pay and o satisfy you J WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY eeeeeeeeeeeaoeOf t youve lost the receipt Pay all your bills by check in tho future A cancelled check is are ceipt in itself If you havent an account with us already open up one ands see how convenient it is Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky iUOFaEA10YAL CAlms Mq1O11111PNYlA4111MI PMf llllP Dr C B DICKSON I DENTIST CLAY ClTSf KY IRAIRVINB LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SIJROEON- CL Y OITY i ti 1 KY h rii Ja THE TIMES IDIILISHKU EVEnT THUItSDA J E Hurglier Jr Publisher Sntscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Ccms Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday January 29 1903 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 tt Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING We are now haying mud in plenty every where B S Burgher made a business trip below the first of the week A E Sams of Ruckerville was hero Wednesday on busi nessJas I F McKinney has bought several shptes from various par ties at 5t cents A large crowd attended John W Barnetts sale yesterday but a report of same could not be ob tained for this issue It will ap pear next week Russell Christopher and A R Lowry have rented a farm near Pilot View and Mr Christopher will make his home with Mr- Lowry this zziapiffaiifj ctone bur ices citizens who emigrated to Mc Lean county Illinois has return ed on a visit to his Old Kentucky Home Mr Stone is do ing well in his adopted home we are glad to say The star mail route from this place to Clay City has been ex tended to Kimbrell The mail leaves the latter place at1 oclock andarrives back at 0 oclock The time for the departure and arrival of mail at Spout Spring remains unchanged The public sale of Mr T J Wright last Thursday was large ly attended A sow and 8 pigs brought21 one aged mule sold for 95 one Jersey cow 25 and another cow 21 50 two weanling calves 18 two heifers 30 one steer calf 11 one Jersey steer 17 two steers 42 50 one aged mare 3875 House hold goods and various farming implements realized their full value MANSFIELDS FLOUR Ills a taste and a flavor alt its own and possessed by no rtther flour sold in this section We select our wheat from farms of the best growers in Central ntuckyand nothing but choice grain goes into the man ufacture of our flour Its milled right tooaOurs is one of the best equipped mill plants in theState You may buy BEST PARENT or MOUN PAIN LILY with the full assur ance that baking results will not disappoint you Ask your Grocer for Mansfields flour RrC Mansfield Son ROSSDYN KY lt JKimbreli 1 Mrs Eflle Burton has been on the sick list for u few days J D Puckett bought of Tom Clem six 90lb shotes for SHOo W L Adams and wife are visit ing relatives at Lexington this weekMrs Henry Burton of Bloom ingdnle was here visiting her moth er Mrs Martha Harris last week Obe Hotvardtof near Winches ter has rented and niVved toy the Mrs Ann Patrick place on Twin creek Snow Creek Charley Sncwden has rented a house of Tighlman Pigg andmoved into same Monday was Winchester Court WlI1Irepresentcd James and Vincent Hutson art visiting their sister Mrs Neoma Vivion at Kiddville this week Ellen the youngest daughter of Wm Chixni is dangerously illat this writing with pneumonia fever Mr Tames Vaughn and family visited his daughter Mrs Lena Tuttle of Ruckerville several days last week Several boys of this neighborhood spent n few days at Kiddville last weekand attended several social and all report a nice time Died at her home near here Aunt Diantha Cheeks with complication of diseases Thursday Jan 22 Bu rial Saturday at the homo I burial groundJ Vivion and wife attended the burial of Miss Bettie Scott last week She was the youngest sister ofmdeparture Winston Mrs S K Friend is reported dangerously sick at the home of her son James Wily White of Illinois is out to see his aged father Stephen White now in his 80th year Dr H T Holman of Waco was over this week He is talk ing of moving over to Irvine Rev D G Combs is holding meeting at the Christian church this week He will preach over SundayEld T Turpin is able to be out aftera months confinement Ho will soon fill his regular ap pointmentsI Prof James winn of Blue Bank was over this week on business James numerous friends always welcome him J Len Isaacs is spending the winter at Noels He is book keeper for Shannahan Ireland at Fort Spring W Yu All the talk with the Republi cans is Henry Witt for Circuit Court Clerk There may ben dozenor more candidates yet for nominationWily rdson of this place was married Saturday to Miss Martha Metcalf of Station Camp They have taken rooms at the Richardson house on Hill street nearBuUer ave Due to Infected Milk Youngpresident of Health attributes the 300 cases of typhoid fever in that city last year to infectedmilk Qf these 300 cases only three were fatal There were seventyone cases of small pox and no deaths FarmFors3e Fifty acres rrl ottom land with good improvements dwell ing with six robms and1igood stables and Q out ings termsJCity b8X lA dark secreftisVthe thing thnt usually comes tonight 100 Rewa doaThe readers of r tit1qjj will be pleased to learn triithere is at least one dreaded disease that sciUry Once has been able tocure in all its- stnges and thatiij irrh IJaIlK Catarrh Cure is t positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrhijeing consti tutional disease eq frsn constitutional treatment JIalls Catarrh Cure is nal1y acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and civing the patient strength by buildingup the consti tution and nssisUngnature in doing its work The proprietors have BO much faith in its cctIrative powers that they offer oneHundred Dollars for any case that fails to cure Send for list testimonials Address FT CHENEY fc Co i Toledo 0 Sold by Drupgistj loc Halls Family pills ire the best M BAILEY t Merchant ani Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six dayslin the week Fresh GrouhiBolleAleal alwayson hand Grinds for onessiixth tole MACHINESHOP fiLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep II Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 nnd 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others printedisL T CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER XT a Consumption Cured Easily By the Filipino Method lJOA soldier who spent two years in the Philippines scoveredand brought home aj certain cure for Consumption and Jail flung comp plaints Particulars and proof tfren from ff CQ PJWi Calve t Tex 1 r jig 1ii l i Jf Built to Wear Finished to Please reputationtor Inlpectedpricecharged newfatureeWemalttatullline andprtcesALBION Wholual dffrt ALBION niCH = I IlHe Who Waits r ton long is likely to be disappointed but those who hnve I waited for our January iind February sate of everything In Winter Goods UNDERWEAR for mete and women Mens Clothing in OVER COATS M MACKINTOSHES SUITS and PANTS CLOAKS CAPES and JACKETS for W men Misses and Children and everything in 111NTERf MILLINERY Miens Women and Childrens SHOES ruigoing to get the best of everything at greatly REDUCED 4 FIGURES v in p t To use the old but expressive phrase 4 Its a Regular Feast You Should Not Fail to be d Among the Early Callerstf i I 11 I am agent for time Delineator and Ladles Home Journal and will be glad to take your sub scription for either or both Mrs J W- WILLIAMS CLAY CITY ICY uno t i JI W MAITPPlw L w CLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkmanj Horseshoeing a Specialty c ar II Located in the Eaton shop at the old rice crossing I It The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit tilA- VO I Muclo Vlien You UHO Pearl and Bakers Pride FloureTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KM Sold by our Leading Merchants 724 1 f i i J F WEBBITonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KYa A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable HalrUutslShamplohlg and nil kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and cleanw towels IIIL J Laundry Agency in Conneotionvk 2r 9nft failto ita hitilean j I I I i r IuIE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY JANUARY 29 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES m u Mrs Lucy Carr visited friends in Winchester Monday Maj W J Seitz of West L- iboerty J was in town Fridtijv Miss Anna Waldrni gifite threatened with fevers Jsick W G Pairick of i Kit biell was in town Friday Mrs ffI q W Barnett was the guest Oftlrrs D 0 Bloom Fri lay Prof Durrett White wasat College Hill the first of the week rOilwisiness i y f KevVll A Irvin filled his stand here both Sunday morn ing and at night The weather has moderated considerably the past week and wehave had a few nice lays 3 Miss Adaline Peeples of Louisville was the guest of friends here several days the past week i VMrs Millie Mounts and son Taulbee attended the HisleGin J ter wedding at College Hill last Wednesday Mrs Diantha Cheeks lied at her home Fn the western portion of the county Friday Jan 28 of pneumonia aged 05 years W It Stringer llUOOlflli his residence in Waltersville to W S Rogers W Son for 400 and has- purchasela dwelling in the hot j 4 t v 1 rr 1 y1 Give us better streets and sidewalks Mr City Council and ac- cePt the thanks of every resident of the town county and state for J same Dont forget the Auction sale Waldrons store Satur 41luy Asplendid opportunity to f get what you need at your own J prICe t Mrs Win L Jackson of Vaughns Mill who has peen vis iting her son 1 G Jackson at i Harrodsburg returned lloi me Sat urtlayiMiss Grace Adams who was thought to he on a fair way to recovery suffered a relapse a lout u week ago but is now C mending again Mrs Polly Niblack of the low er part of the county sold lust weeJvtq2 T Conner pf Clark r county nine head of twoyearold steers at UJ cents Mr Jetf Douglas o Levee and Miss Ellen H fhilisoli were married at the brides Home in tins town last lh r evening by Rey H A Irving I t I b lCja3 Giy pedestrians are justly complaining of the muddy t8idovallvs and street crossings Odr tils hnply able to JUlVO better and should have by all menus EL Webb of JeiFersonville wus the guest of Rev J A AVebb the first of the week He and his father took u short huntI jn Monday and returned with eleven line rabbits v t i Pastor J T Tufpin of Rico Station was hero Monday He lmddilled his stand atFjlson Sat yuudSmtday Br9rfurp1l1 1 I 0 t has been laid up for several wedks with rheumatism and has not been able to preach to his congregation both at Filson and Powells Valley for the two last meetings Primary In Clark A primary election will be held in Clark county May 9same date as the State primary by the democrats select candidates for Circuit Clerk and the Logis lature Free Cure for Sick headache Chamberlains Stomach arid Liver Tablets area certain euro for sick headnche If token as soon as the first indication of the disease appears they will prevent the attack Get n free sample of any dealer in patent medicine and give them a trial I A Nice Store I One of time nicest and most complete stores in Clay City is Wehhs jewelry store He carries an elegant stock in his line for a town the size of this If he happens to not have just what you want he will get it for you oil very short notice and will save you money always in 4he transaction Winchester Court A large crowd was in town yes terday but they were not at the stock yards Traders say it was the slowest Court Day known in years and most of the trading was professional Scohees stock yards report about i25 cattle some of which were left unsold Among the sales were the following Henry Gatewood bought of Con ner Morton 10 steers TOOlbs n- t4e Clay Haggard bought 5 steers S50 lbs at dt ctsT L Holladay bought of Mutt Shearer 20 steers 7O2lbshat 4 cents fJ M Owen sold to Calnes Bros n lot of cattle shotes ut G cents Owen LG Robb sold to Henry Thompson 43 grade ewes at 84 10 each Winchester Democrat Dont forget the auction at Wai drops Saturday Jan 31 Croup The peculiar cough which indi cates croup is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children No time should be lost in the treat men t fif it and for this purpose no medicine has received more uni versal approval than Chnmbeihiins Cough Remedy Do not waste val uable time in experimentingwith untried remedies no matter lion highly they may be recommended but give this medicine as directed and ail symptoms of croup will quickly disappear Percale by all dealers in patent medicine t Prof Durrett White The Climax publishes this morning a letter and poem from the pen of our good friend Prof Durrett White formerly of Es till btit now of Clay City Those jvho have in the past enjoyed the communications tlfa t ljdvo up peared from time to time in our Columns Ayillbe glad to learn that that gifted writer has prom isetto ctmtribuito more of his m Jettersiii vtbe ear fu dowedPwitltrar italent8 and is well fit ted iri very way to shine in the literary Avorhj sotjmfc lit has always ben ii su rpriso to those who know him that ho is satisfi ed to live qut his days in obscurity Jet is hoped that he may yet be persuaded to take his proper place in the world Rich mond Climax Clothing donotmake time mum but padding often makes a good share of him 4 I Get n frno sampleof Chambe- rlainsStomach and Liver Tablets from any dealerlppatentmedicino They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect lhan pills Tfien there use is nof followed by constipation us Id often the onse with pills Regular size 25c per box i Smoking Prohibited The trustees of the Flemings burg graded school have adopted the following resolution It is or llr d that hereafter there shall be nor smoking by the students or teachers in the building of the- FlemingsburgGraded High School nor shall there he any smoking on or about the grounds belonging to said school Any one violating these provisions shall be summarily dismissed from said school All dealers in patent medicine guarantee every bottle of Chamber lains Cough Remedy andwill refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using twothirds of the contepts This is the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Well Known in Madison Judge Robert Riddel of Irvine tins announced his candidacy in the Twentythird judicial district for Circuit Judge to succeed Judge D BRedwine Judge Riddell is an accomplished t1 an experienced lawyer widely and affectionately knmvmthrougliout the district and a host of friends in Madison join in wishes for his success Richmond Registera Dont AVorry This is easier Hiid than done yet it may he of snipe help to consider the matter If the cause is some thing over which you have no con trol jtJs obviousfjnt worrying will not help the matter in the least On the other hand if within your control you have only to net When you have a cold and fear an attack of pneumonia buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use it Judiciously and all cause for worry as to the outcome will quickly disappear There is no danger of pneumonia when it is used For sale by all dealers in patent medi cine Dislocated her Shoulder Mrs Johunnu Soderholm of Fer gus FullsMinnafehand dislocated her had a sur geon get it in pace us soon as pos sible but it w is quite sore and pained her very much Her son mentioned that he had seen Chum berlains Pain Maim advertised for sprains and soreness and slit asked him to buy hera bottle of it which he did It jutekly relieved her and and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several days The son was so nillch pleased with the relief it gave his mother that he has since relol trended it to many others For sale by all dealers in patent medicine I h Strength ofthe coffee ou buy adds to its value in the cup LionCo188 comes to yau fresh and of full Strength always in sealed alrtlght theirIlDLandWuinO Lion Coffee t- Rf 5ye t Just Received From Factory I THI GREATEST HAT ALMAN IN AMERICA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATSEVE- RY ONE GUARANTEED DY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLE NX Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Y Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them right nnd they can depend upon getting everything they need at living prices We want your produce and if top prieeswill get it we are going to trade with you We are now coilucting 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 Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanhark and Railroad Ties in this section that njoneycan buy ttsniarket value 11e nIlYtJf CASH when our ungonme unI9 1 t llft Dont Trade until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores at both places ArE BARNETT It SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY e Aint Got No Home Or nre you not satisfied with the line you have Do you want to make u change Then take advantage of the LOW ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS OR ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES Offered by the Louisvile Henderson and St Louis Railway THE WORLDS FAIR LINE to the West and Southwest Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including April 21 l03 ASK us r FOR RATES IJT IRWIN GEO L GARRET General AgiWt10UISYULE Subscribefor the Times tl 40 The man who gets up the lad der must climb He is never carried up on anothers shoulder Occasionally the crowd throws a fool on the landing to see him fall off STANDARD Rotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine SIAJDAHD ORAWD 8WBIA FROST LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from 7760 up The Standard Rotary runs aa silent at the tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 Apply to our local dealer or If there is M in your town address via Standard Sewing Machine CO 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T VElJllAcnt- CIa City Ky THEI Winchester IBank INCORPORATED N H WiTiiEnspooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030x- Ve solicit the nccoifliis of individ sale firms find corporations 542 j All sickness la caused by dfseare germs These Terms are In the all wo breathe In the water we drink In the food we tat and our bodies are full of them Any disorder of tha blood stomach or bowels or any bruise or cut on the body will put these germs to work and olckncw and pain follow To restore health these germs must ba killed Kings Royal Qermetcur Is A GERM KILLER Taken Internally It gore Into the blood and through all the pores in thu bOOT absolutely kill ing the germs of disease There Is no other medicine like It oneflierjcu thousands of Its cures seem almost like miracle s It has thousands of indorsements like the following KILLS GERMS OP MALARIA CYPTESB Am J Illy 28 1001 Malaria cannot exist wliero Kings Royal Ger neteur Is used WA CURES KIDNEY TROUBLE ANDINDlOESTION- LaLl1C GA Apr 4 Joo- tXaltll Oermewur has done mo more Inmkllfeforkldaepman since taking four bottles C J WADE Qermeteur la sold everywhere One Bottle St t 6 Bottles Ss or sent direct from the laboratory Addrcu GEORGIA MEDICINE CO BARNES YILLB a A rho LEXINGTON DEMOCRATIA Daily Ucmocratic Paper I l1ublished in The BLUE GRjUSS REGION It is especially devoted to the in terests of the Democratic party and gives all the nerve without fear or favorSubscription price 500 a year r 15 cents a week by carrier W P Walton 1 Editor and rbmager LEXINGTON KY j Joe Mourjtz Agt Clay City 0 i Q Report Of Prison Commission The fifth annual report of the State Prison Commission has beep made to Qov Beckham It shows the result of the oporation of the two state prisons for the year bjjininnig Dec 1 1901 and ending Nov 3Q 1002 to have been successful in every way The report shows now under contract 500 men to the Frannfort Ohair Company at 40 cents a day 400 to the Frankfort Shoe Man ufacturing Company at 40 cents a day 150 to the Eddy villo Col lar Company at 40 cents a day 150 to the Kentucky Shoe Ooinpi any nt 42 cents a day 70 to the Louisville Broom Works a 85 cents n day 50 to the Ken Lucky Foundry Oo nt 50 cents a day A total of 1470 under con tract at both penitentiaries On Jan 1 the contract price for the men employed by the Frankfort Shoe Company was increased to 50 cents the largest price ever paid for convict labor in thisstate In the Frankfort prison there are 1275 persons During the year 012 prisoners were received 572 were released 25 died y were transferred to insl111e asylum 55were paroled and 05 were pardoned At Eddyvillethere are 549 prisoners During the year there were 205 prisoners re ceived 40 were discharged 22 were paroled 8 died and 17 were pardoned A New License Act London has a nety license net which should fill the cup of joyof the temperance advocate full to the brain A husband and wife may secure H separation for habitual drunkenness while the police may arrest an inebriate whether disor derly or notiH Avfter conviction drunknidsnroblncJclisted three years and if caught drinking in that time may be heavily fined while the person who sells them lipuor may also be fined The act will carry more weight when the statis ties regarding it begin to come in Fortynine State and private banks were organized in Ken tucky during the year 1002 with a combined capital of 1470000 This increases the number of banking institutions in the State to 812 A woman would be willing to die for the man she loves but she couldnt keep from saying t1 told you so for the very life of her While walking on a trestle at Highland Carter county Mrs Alvin Stone was run down and killed by a Chesapeake Ohio passenger train Just What You Want USEFUL NOVELTIES Undo of the t iteel rods and braced The IDEAL Knife 1 IWatputskeenedgeonthedullMtknife 11 fbegthardxood I hreeelRbth sharpened Sharpener and- Scissors I I Matchless Side- Sashtoclc A safe Trntllutnr and ElegantInpie strong and dura roatperfectanttrattler about to Ret out of oi fullyguaranteed EAgle II j Cultivator Claw II KovtlHetWeSendfor Catalogue arid Prices COMSTOCK NOVELTY CO HUNTINGTON IND iInMORtgomeryIsmall pox in Mt Sterling ad Montgom fry county all b in A mild form however 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