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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I THE CLAYt3JTY TIMES a- V J I l 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J Ei Burgher Jr Publisher YUL 8 dAY CITY KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12 1903 NO7 Reminiscence of a County Citizen Continued From last Week Presently we could see the Gra Coats coming fnn high run jmssedvthrough the school cmunds One horse had been shot in the an klf Capt W D Guy wits in the gang After they passed us on came the Yankees but like the son they neyer cotched up from th fact that those eight Con federates were mounted on the bes horses that Kentucky could pro duce We learned afterwards tha the run lasted to the foot of Mc Knobb mountain where the Yan kees lost all trail11any gangs of o soldiers of both sides would pass through the school grounds One side always inquiring for the other arid from the appearance ofsome they were glad that one did not find tothcr Our school closedas three months was the length of a term in those days My big brother J came after me riding the sorrel critter This was the middle of October 63 After I had been back home a week or so my cousin Jt came to see me Of course I must tell him what all I had seen and learned and the many hair breadths es capes I had undergone We lay a wake that night until the clock on the mantle tolled out 2 The watch dog began tQ bark as never before We could hear the clatter oFSi horses hoofs then r t f vpwlofiutHol14ifatherdressed to I tlie yard g le It was nIne white men and one negro partof Mor gans Cavalry that had got cut off ut Cynthiana They informed m soultg for themselves to eat My father called my two brothers niysllt and cousin to get up and take their tei horses to the new ground flllland saplingemy inttbeintg one 1 feet high Well they were a good lot of horses Eight of the men lay down o theirblankets on the grass about 200 yards from the house on a knoll the other two Lee and Mur phy staid in the house At breakfast theso men seemed greatly refreshed After they had eaten they asked permission to re main until 12 that day and get din ner My father urged them to go on as he said the Yankees would be on their trail Finally they said they would stay anyway TO BE covmuuu Heads Should Never Ache Never endure this trouble Use at onae the remedy that stopped it for MrsN A Webster of Witt nie Va she writes Dr Kings New Life Pills wholly curedme of sick headache I had sufferld from fbrtwuV years Cure Headache Constipation Biliousness 25c ut SwnriDay Lbr Oos store Jg o lie who loves his work never wor rIea over his reward 1 Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Wnldron huvilig been dissolved and the partnership closed J will continue the business nt the old stand and will continue to sell therenminder of theold stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean well selectwl stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at plose prices 1 have an elegant line of J Fall Millinery You can besuited hero ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hilt if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should SPB our line before buying We are losing out a nice line of LadieV GJoaks Ja tSeapesAT COST and i you are Iboking for something in this line at n bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am V r + Kekpectfully you- rsL C Bhimf ssel r T RB HNe MFG C t WincIesfe1LKy We r Sash FlooringWe are Ifeadlluarters for doors Ceiling Building Paper 3tVj 3fairSj Shingles and Etc and EtcT r r StoreFrontsSend co V k us Your Estimates t Ioi l iPlromt shipments Y 7a of A 5 A Valentine DayO abovee I jAllin love The little birds Ireo By hilltop end lea- r wineForThey have chosen their mates And I have liosen mine DayOBright are the skies and blue O smile on the sweet I I fall nt yout feet yotlIL firE RoadImprovement The directs of the Lexington decidned to relay their entire system with 85 steel rails Re Gently they contracted with th Carnegie for 1 000 tons of these rails which will be delivered o them about the first of June hen work of relaying the track vill begin at Indi an Felds aiid i Torrent and will proceed in opposite directions until the DOt riles of road has been relayed rl The sizq pMthe rails now used by the roalAjire the 00 pound rails but t heavy traffic that the roauaeen having for a number r necessitates the lmprovemehjthnt have been lgton Demo cratEst this place attend ed tli Fitzsiremons boxing con test HXing pnlitmgti t f TheSecretor LOngLlfe Consists in keeping all the main organs of tlio body in healthy regi ular notion and in quickly destroy ing deadly disease germs Electric Bitters regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood and give a splendid appetite They work wonders Kidney Troubles FemujtComplalnts Nerv ous phstipntioll Dyspepsia and Malaria Vigorous healthand streogthalways follow their use Only 50c guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co Th Nicholasville Journal denies the report that a horse and bug gy were lost in the tnud on the main street of that city The horse only weht in up to his knee and the buggy up to the bed Finds way to Live Lcng 1he startling airnouncement of a Discovery that will surely lengthen life is made Ijv itor Q II Dow ney of Churubusco Ind I wish to state ho writes that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption is thempst infallible remdy that I have ever known for jugh8ColdsI ml Grip Its to with weak rfjlungrthis wonderful medicine no ono Jjneed dread Pneu monia or Consumption Its relief is instant nnd Clir ertutl Swann dDay Lumber Co tguUrantec every oOc and 8100 bottle anti give trial bottles freewIt The life of fajtli does not de9 pent on the death of reasonir D B the sowing I machine adjusfoCall on him and have your nachine repaired Leave your Roses store Clay City guar anteedaorler 4- 5r 0 r 4 THE RacketStore Owing to the recent illness n my entire family I hove been unit bleto nerve the good people of Pow ell Estill and adjoining counties as I would have liked to have done As we are now all able to to eat nil we can get and then some we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LOW PRICES toeyou are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Ar tides Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q verallp Toilet Srwps anda Thou sand and one other things will be carried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit us as we will Stlleverything OHEAP at our STOREGloves w a d rYoaWrJei fuirfrrrrir lOc per pair up to SOc They are worth very much more We carry all 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 lat CANDY and it ill good and Fresh Peanut Coe anus I I I Chocolate Lemon and Cream 0 but it is nice you might get Some of those Kisses and give them to your Girl and she wont think any the less of you And they cost only 20c per pound SHOESMens 84 00 SHOES only 82 2J Ladies fa 00 1 7Q 2 00I M II 2 75J 140 Childrens 2 00 110 I 1 2u 49 ii if 1 i oo 50c RUBBERS 1 24 WoolLined Rubbers aa Underwear Heavy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75c only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth BOonly 25 u sII Drawers IC 50 4 25 Ladies Underwear only25c per garment TheRacket Stores Henry Waldron the west end havitulauctions continue over the coming Saturday the 14th Dont fail to at tend this auction A Bill to Tax Bachelors and Spinsters Kansas comes to the front with a freak bill introduced in the 4 Htpresellwr t50a year and all ablebodied spinsters between the ages of thir tyfive and fifty who have no fam ilies to support 825 a year the taxes to go to the school fund A clause in the bill forfeits to the school fund thesalaries of unmarried state officers This provision is jocosely aimed at Governor Bailey and Lieutenant Governor llama bachelors to whom several thou sand strange women have lately proposedNew Century Comfort Millions are daily finding n world of comfort in Bucklens Ar nice Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruises eon quers Ulcers and Fever Sores cures Eruptions Salt Rheum Boils and Felons removes Corns and Wart Best Pile cure on earth Only 2oi at SwannDuy Lbr Cos store The Balance i Wheel Look inide wntch a Jsaris6int18Qt0otcondition If the movement isslugJgish theres something wrong will move miles in n year and 5 requires less than onetenth of n dron of oil to make it run But it needs 5 that little badly The lenst degree of friction on the bearings tillers J Stime motion Dont tnkecliiuiccs Let me clean and oil and lilt your watch J S in order for a year It will pay timid satisfy you WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY a IACCOUflf While St Valentines Day is notn legal holiday and consequently we will be open February 14thduring our usual hours it nevertheless seems an appropriate occasion to call attention to till abovementioned fact Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky rilOPRSSIONAL GAUDS NM WN N1JWN1NP N NNdMN 1yPMNMNN NM Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 7i B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY O TY Kt is h t TETfM S VU1HI3IIKD EVEKV THUUSDAV cr J 15 Uurghcr Jr Iublisher- SatsiriFtioaRatesSO t L Cents pefjcarJri aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents I Enteredfis secondclass mall mutter Thursday February 1O1 1903 CLUB ftnf in if J For the convenience of our sub tscribers we have arrangedcIubimeB with the following papers at prices IQwmentioned The TIMES and t CourierrJptirnai I 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Cqmnlercial 75 H Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING Jas F McKinney was in Clark county several days last week on businessMiss Walters of Lox ington is the guest of Merchant n rI Curtis j John lisle mal n Mr Gentry of Richmond were here the first of the week Moses IMeKinney returned Mon lay from a protracted stnywith his sister Mrs Geo W Lewis at Thomson AJ Qurtis has rented tim- e1welhIij J1J1Jl a iniiJlltgrtiuilof the John Burnett place and will move there the firbttQf Mtirch John W Barnett iand family T J Wright and family will len q1n v fjdnB for rew home in Bates county Missouri Our Lest wishes go with them DriSs Sallie Barnett returned Route with her Uncle AVildy Iii ley Monday and will remain in that State and make her fiitiire home with her brother Chas B Barnett at Oarlock McLean countyThere will beno preaching at the Methodist church Sunday Pasror WJllis will att ndthe Y MG AI convention at this ttrnt This first time for the new pastor to bo absent mid in tins case ho gave his con gregation clue notice that no one might be disappointed LaterAs welare ready to go to press we received a telephone message statingthat thee will bo preachingat the lIetp disfc church Sunday morning by Pot y B Daugl10t e tlt the us nal hour Elder J T Ttirpin filled the t stand atthe Baptist church Sun day morning Bio Turpin will be here again the next first Sat imlay and Sunday following March 7 and 8 A business meet ing will be held on Saturday morning before preaching so a I goodattendance of the member ship is requested Kimbrelli Samuel Adonis of Puckett was hero visiting hisbrother AV L weekiJ Clem County MiCaLitima Christopher who has been in Richmond for some r time hasTcturnedto her uncles W Glfutrick at this place t Mrs Mattie Blantpn was call ed to the home of her daughter j I rya r- n Mrsl homas Will mril f nt No lands Creek who Was quite sick last week Claude Muncie of Irvine was in the Forks precinct last week leasing land for the Standard Oil Co Ho leased the lands of Al len Orsborhe y i If t SnoCreekk Mrs ThaU Wood is very sick at this writing fc11 lfo o mpigg 4i barrelsof corn f6rS200 per bar rel f + Gl hrles Wood and son made a jUfincssftrip to J WInchester Mon day r rJ D Kerr hind to kill a very val uable cow Sliwasthoughtto be mud Miss Nannie Thomas of Win chester was visiting friends here last week- J i DKerr sold his crop of to- buccoto Winchester parties at 4f cents around Several from hero attended John W Burnetts sule at Spout Spring last Wednesdav Cud Aldridge who has been sick for several dayp we are glad to state is some better Chuff Howard has rented the Milton Ilutsou farm for this year and hqs niqvcd Josqine Albert Gravett will leave for his Westerirlitnp this week We wish friendlbort sucCess Pastor E1V Marcum failed to fill his regular appointment at Log Lick Saturday and Sunday Miss Lillie Vivion entertained several of her young friends Satur day night + AmQng those present were SJisses rVU1 I1foEya Jsjvyv rv Sallie 5ravett Ollie and Lillie Kerr Flora Vaughn Lulio and Tena Ogden and Emma Wood Messrs James and Vincent Hut on Robert Eads Willie K6rrX Charlie JoaephluuglyiWalter Mr and Mrs Jack Eads and Mr nnd Mrs Albert Vivion The holding company that will probably be organized to takeover the Louisville Electric Light Co and the Citizens Eleltric Co will have a capitalization of about 5000000 It is the inten tionto provide snflicient money tpApla h wiresulfder ground At Williamstown during a dipute which arose in a saloon over a trivial matter B F Lanter cut Frank Musseluians throat Musslman died shortly after the wound was inflicted The lesser things of life are the ones we can afford to lose 4 U Looks Right I g Tastes RIghtI Is Right And the Rightness is duo toi = the wheat and the milling It a takes both to make Mtinsfteldsm 5 Flonralhthut weintend and you o expect I Youll have whiter bread bet liter tust d bread i fY91f use u- H it J n 5 Mansfields Flour U Take purword for the first sacke youll not it forjho second n Ask your grocer for MANS jj FIELDS BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LILY iReO Mansfield Sonl = noSSLYN ICYe rurua tt A Farm For Sale p Fifty acres river bottom hind with good improvements dwell ingwith six rooms sfore house and good stables and other out build ings Will sellpn tents T 1V irTovClay City i Woodford fdjrityi8 tax rate wliichvasfiftyicentson the iflOO last ellrti tllrtip reduced to for ty cents or less tllisyear STATK lS8L1JCAS F J CiiKNKvmakes oath that he is senior pnrtne of th firm of F J CIIKNEY it co flning business in the city of 0blecaicountyand state aforehi1 and that said firma wilt pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each nnd every case of CATARIUI that cannot be cured by the use of ILftts OATARKII CLUK FRANK J CHENEY Swqrn to before the and subscribed in my presencd this GUi duy of Deqfmber A 1886Ar1V J A SON ainl 1 v Notary Public f i if Hulls CatorrhtCure is taken in I ternally nnd nets directly bh the blood and ratuoussurfaces of the system Send for testimonials free FJ Cn4Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 7oc Hulls FamilgPills ute timeliest I M1BAfEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY JCustom work sixdays in the week Fresh Ground o1tj eat always ou hand J Sr lV5fcNi r U r Grinds for onesixtl tote a i i MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep lij Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 S and 12 horsepower The best known power for farmers and others printedleL T CMS EAGAN fWINCHESTER KY r Consumption Cured EiislylBythe r Filipino Method yr- A IICII soldier who snentitwo in the Phi1ippinesj8ioered nnd brought home a certain cure for Consumption and yflll y ung corn plaints Funiculars rand proof freft from 11 Y iCORP WItSOrN Cafltic Vt jJ i b cf v t S ft i IJo 0 ifI or BuiItfoaFinihedfoP1eas1Oue honest and reliable construction Every port Is Inspected and tested highest pricechargeded Continually adding now VehIclesIlaeot hRl SendforcataloKueandprlcesALBION LALBION iVhotuak71rs RICH rJ He Who Waits 4too long is likely to be disappointed but those who linvu waited f6r our January nlldFebrunrysate of everything In Winter Goods UNDERWEAR for men and women Mens Olothfng in OVER COATS MACKINTOSHES SUITS and PANTS CLOAKS CAPES and JACKETS for Wov t men Misses and Children and everything in WINTER MILLINERY Mens Womens and Childrens SHOES are going to get the best of everything at greatly REDUCED FIGUREStTo use the old but expressive phrase I 1 Its 1 a Regular Feastt t 41 You Should Not Fail to be- Ampxig K the Early Callers I am agent for the DeilnentorandLndlcs Home Journal and willbe glad to take your sub scription for either or both Mrs J Wr- WILLIAM CLAY CITY KY j jJJJ I B1MAUPPIN Y CLAY CITY KY BlacksmMi TodoLrkthanT I Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in theEaton shop at theold race crossing a k v t ylf f 1 y tr The Whitest White Cake t The Lightes Light RoIls 01 And Flakiest Biscuit 1y Are Mn le Vli en You TJfc c Pearl and Mars Pride Flour Take no Other EveryS t ckGuarauteeaMAN- UFACTURED I lt BYJ ACJIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants j T 4flag cd r 1 J R WEBB Tons rialtfi rtist it CLAY fjiTY KY wI Il A Nice 01 can Shave FashionnWo Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find keen razors nnd clean vtowelsb lallndrAgel1pY in ConnjBolii n tt T I ll Dona failItogive h mIla oalli tr 11 r f TIMES1JLI AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY FEBRUARY 121903 LOCAL BREVITIES Saturday is St Valentine duy Wm Mounts t rwas in Lr bus1I1essii jsL Osborne of ilot View inns cf Monday looking tor a P tr of horses or mules rti Several oil men have been lire the patweek inrestigating the merjts of the Jlardwicks fiblcl Bill Collins of Cooks Brandli is the st Collinslowattending Tho smallpox situation at Camp tonhae improved sligltly the last few dnvs Only fdur ne v cases h have broken out the pastweek Wo received a newsy letter from Virden yesterday evening while the first half of the paper Was being printed Too late fojr this issue V Jqhn Runnels died at the home f his uncle John P Curtis on Snow Creek Tuesday night of brain trouble He was sick but a few lays JqhnChallin has ought all the lots lying between tliQ ChriS Ilnn Ohurcha11 tHe litoiftfrbni lB Eaton and is building a handsome residence on same iEarnest Barnes has located at j Pine Got Fayetttf + c9yhfy P sentV I r r I p iacewithtIo t tills tithes in old roweliyiul Esf i till counties Jolin WBarnett will leave today witli a mixed car of house hold goods and stock for Butler Missouri where he will emigrate His family and Mr T J Wright and family will follow on Satyr day Dr Littlepnge has uceived a letter from the president of the tel ephonecompahy to which the fran chise for a system in Clay City re ally belongs amid he says theeX change will be sure enough built in the spring Gov Beckham seems to be a favorite with the Democratic newspapers in this part of theI State We cant see whythisI should be so There are other candidates tliatatp just as ac 1reptn t us ati lgtprefe- rable Mr Wildy Hiley who has been visiting jUltjI Home VCCscturnetl to his hOlll u LoudpY PAr onpaaliel1hyrIlis rnephe 1I1 Gravett and Miss es ny mfavett uild Sallie Bllllt oo1 ftiiPus9r J1 l n will at IH llJJltiilenti Ruw- ellsJ Valley Satu tldyagtdS iti fI day at the appointed liqurs BrQj Turpin hftBaiofe befell dblfc to at tend the hvifasjilefetjngsyr iringto his cpnllnemenf with rheu YAMJoe Brunefj formerly tpwn t of but now n1tI of coal from Lexington ond h untipolISl Though f14rtt to were u tptonflscatotheietialMrrria i carryinghistrmrrmn ilncritinfimt J 4 Ll l Cut tiiis out and take It to any nndgeafreesample t besphysict ate stomach irqprovn lie appetite nlgulurIper Mrs Mahaliii Curtis left yes Wrlichestjewlmerc r til Saturday when she will join her brother John W Burnetts family and accompany them to Missouri and stay there with them a short while before going SpringfieldColti A Liberal OfferI I The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one want lug a reliable remedy for disorders of the stomnch biliounnegs or eon Stipatirin This ida n6w remedy and a good one Any dealer in patent medicine Mr and Mrs N K gwopp left Friday morning for Fostoria Ohio where they will visit reIn tives of the former for a few days and go on to Lamonte Pet tuff county Missouri and visit other relatives in that state Mr Weeden Ewen father of Mrs Swope who went from this county to Missouri several years ago will have a sale in about sixty days and move to Indiana Mr Swope owns some real estate there which he intends lis pose of before returninp to Ken= tucky HPlanting r t Trees- Johmi 1 W Henry our expert photographer Las had several nice shade trees set out along theJ street on his lots This is an qxample that should be followed by otherprolierty owners of our town Nothing is more beauti fyjngto property UfuSUIII mer time at least than nice thrifty shade trees and now is an excellent time to transplant them Trees should never he set- out however when time ground is very wet r t It Tendency of the Times i jThq tendency otfuietlical science is toyard preventive measures i The best thought of the being given to the subject Itis Vusierand better to prevent than to cure It has been fully demonstrat ed that pneumonia one tIC the most dangerous diseases ilmt medifcal men have to fonlend with canby prev hcd by time tiso of Chanibbr loins Cough Keinedy Pnednionia always results nfter a cold or from an attack of influenza and Itl1u8 been observed that thikjrebfi edy counteract any tendency oft these diseases toward pneumonia jlinytlhoredlekdy liar bee tlCanrf time = prevuleT1ce rip n IfCf1tt Jenrs andean be relied hi h JAi hh it len 6 IFrIeufdIit whoatliitiodang irom n tr ill liP arehVnded until H J8 eid ehjyttdiB U1difftclIlyhl the mimes h then it IK announcedllhnt the patient ihas pneumonia Boon the afp Side sad take Uhamber Iains Cough Reiiiedyqg soon as time cold Is contracted It always cured ptlentiaetlicina + An JBarth uakej6ock y as felt westernpart iwj tr A Mothers Recommendation I bave used Chamberlains Cough Renifedy for a number of years and have no jiesitaney in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup 1 have ever used in my family I have not words to ex press my confidence in this remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star lIlchFor side by all dealers in patent medicine- I i lar sDled ss Cora Crow oldest dun fh ifdrf9 Mr isUIIMrs Albert Crow ied Ilt her parents home on Little Creek Tuesday Feb 3rd of fever 19 years Burial Thuisdayat the Christian church at Vaughns Mill i t9orllowns a very modest and kindly disposed young lady and will be greatly missed by her young friends of whom they are legion Buy It Now Do not twall until you or somo of your family ure sick nigh unto death and then send for Chamberlains Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy it now and be prepared for aim emergency It is the one remedy that can always be depended upon in tile most severe and dangerous cases For sale hall dealers in patent medicine Milton Hamilton aged eighty four and ono of the wealthiest men in Scott count was found lead on the pavement at George towp It supposed that he fell from a second story window acidwas v The scratch ofIi pin nay cause the loss of a limb 01 even death when blood poisoning results front theinjury iAl danger of this maybe avoidell however by promptly lapplying ChamTjerlains Pain Balm is an antiseptic and unequalled as a quick healing liniment for cuts bruises and burns For sale by all dealers in patent medicine 1 r f Uncle Asa Holman Dead Uncle Asa Holman lied at the lions of his daughter Mrs It G Burgher in this town early yesterday morning of infirmities due to old age aged DO years Burial today at Mt Canaan near FurmTce by tho side of his wife who line been dead a number of years Deceased lea esl live children James IIohnantof Bowen Al frcclq Holman HardwickstCreek John now North Caroliiiajuul Mrs H G Burgher of this place Fund Mrs Press Noland of Kiiowlton this county Mr Ilolinan requested that his two sons James and Alfred inake hiss cbinnuiJ imke jb as Wear like his wifes as possible and he also requested that it le interred lain graveas closely lug to his Wifes us possible aiicl that his coflin lip i 1mt4letot3cli his wifes ills request will be curried out in full It FIkstoLion Coffee I The scarecrow coffeet arc thoe glazingoffactoryegg pureirholeeomeuaQlaud iealedpackagenw and uniformity Yj 1 i Jtist Received From Factory I THE GREA TEaT r II HAT LCI MAN IN AMUUCA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS MATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles = AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRONC- LAY L CITY KYsaXon AGENT TlipU Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them righ and they can depend upon getting everything they need at living prices We want youi produce and if top prices will got it we are going to trade with you We are now coluetlng a general store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find time same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store We Arev In Thp Timber Busfr4ss heavy and are buying all the Tanbark end Railromd Ties ill thisv i i pection that money can buy at market value We pad the CASH when your wagon is unloadedIi i J 9 + t l Dont Trade I until you see us Twill pay you Remerriber full stores at both placesf A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY Aint Got No Home Ql are 3JPU not satisfied with the ane you have Do youyr ri iiiMivaiittomake a change Then take advantage of the v- iLOW ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS +D t OR1 RATESjIt v OlFured by the- Y RaihvayIt6 the West and Southwest Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month 1903I RATESiI L J IRWIN f General Passenger Agont LOUJSVUiLEIi GEO L Traveling GARRElIG t KY jfo 1 i Subscrile mwe 1imes A The town of FJeiningsburg has been required to pay State and county taxes on 3000 cash which the report showed to be in the treasury Life is a mans opportunity for the realization of his ide- alsSTANDARD I Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine STAltbAKD ORAHD avmL PBOKT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEELS We also manufacture sewing machines that retell front 1200 up- 1e Standard Rotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 Apply to ous local dealer or U there to M your town address ma Standard Sowing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBS Agent Clay City KyI THE Winchester Bank INOOBPOKATED N H WmiEBSPooN Pres Capital Stock200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ call fir and corporations 542 The LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT IB the Only Daily Democratic Paper 1ubllshcd in The BLlJE GRftSS REGION It is especially devoted to the interests of the Democratic partyand Jives all the news without fear or favorSubscription price 500 a year jr 16 cents a week by canier f W P Walton Editor raid flairLEXINGTON KY Joe Mouijtz Agt Clay City I All ilckness ticauard by disease germs These germs are In this air wa breathe la the water we drink In the food we atnad our bodies are full of them Any disorder of the blood stomach or bowels or any or cut on the body will put these germs to work end sickness and pain follow To restore health three germs must bs killed Kings Royal aermctour is A OERM KILLER Taken Internally It goes Into the blood and through all tho pores In tint bully absolutely kill Log the germs of disease Where U no other medicine like ltand hence thousands of Ita cares seem almost like miracle It has thousands of Indorsements like the following KILLS GERMS OP MALARIA CTPJIESB Ana July 88 1901 Malaria cannot ozUt where Kings Royal Ocr meteur is used W A WAma CURES KIDNEY TROUCLJ3 AND INDIGesTION Lnux OL Apr Jtoot Kings Royal Gernieuur has done me more than any medicine I ever took In my life for kidney trouble and lndigesClon I feel like a new man since taking four bottles C J WADS Qermetcur Is sold ererywhepe One Bottle 11 0 Bottles IS or sent dlrect from the laboratory AddrtM GEORGIA MEDICINE CO SiESSSOltSLa A If Congress would become mad enough at the Standard Oil Com pany to repeal the favors it gets from the tariff instead of false ly asserting that it gets none it would accomplish a very good work Mr Rockefeller would then be stopped from collecting 3 per cent of the wages of the workmen iu tinplate mills There is reason to think that the work men need the money worse than does Mr Rockefeller Courier Journl11ITallest 1i an In Kentucky Mr ThomasE Walton ofWin chester a widower aged 48 years is accredited as being the tallest man Kentucky He is six feet and eight inches above the floor in his bare feet is slender built and weighs 168 pdinds It may be interesting to some of the fair ones to know that Mr Walton would marry again and the assurance is qdded that he would make a trulv devoted and honorale husband Mr Walton is a cousin of the Hon W P Walton the well known and talented editor of the Lexington Democrat Emigrants Qo to Indian Territory Sixtyfive emigrants from Mont gomery and Wolfe counties left last week for Indian Territory They were decendants of John Harper the famous Choctaw In dian Chief and they have gone to settle on the lands they claim through their ancestor They lay claim to onefif of 10000000 a cres of land and which is said to have been favorably considered by the Dawes Commission John Harper whose connection with the Ohoctaw Nation is now a matter of history left the reser vation for Mississippi later set tling in Wolfe county These decendants represent three generations and if their claim is allowed they will colo nize the country between them selves and other heirs in Mississippi who are to join the contin gent at their destination Trees Trees Trees Just what every farmer and lot owners want peaches of the best quality Seedling one and two yeurs old for sale at a penny und 3 cents per tree K W Marcum 6 Clav City Ky a Baled nay for Sale Between 10 and 11 tons of baled Timothy Hay near station AUo two nice Bull calves J N Rush Indian Fields Ky i Fiscal Court Appropriates The Fiscal Court pf Jefferson lb1il1ty has ppropriated by uiinn juious voie the bum of 3000 to be used bytile Kentucky EJthib= it Association in making it Key Just What Y ttfant USEFUL NOVELTIES of thewood and The IDEAL Knife J and- Scissors tlalPcser1I II 1lIade Matchless Lido Sash Lock andpertectlock 1 pe ougamend dura Sim able The most antlrattlrr Nothing about to get out of or EyrlOllUistUllTguaranteed Eazloll j Caltlvitor Claw II KovdlUtWSend fur Catalogue and Price COMSTOCK NOVELTY CO HUNTWaTON IND Lucky displry a theSt Louis Ex positon On tlieeame day the liibi Court of Oorroll county ap propt li ied 200 for a similar put poze Trll upropllntaoi is also nit der cOlridero tion in several oth er counties but bu beea formal ly presented in only these two MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING OrB Kings NewDiscovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Throat And Lung Kemediee Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption HayFeverWhoopingCough Erio9 60o A 1 Trial Bottje JTw Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 1 1902 EASTBOUND N99 No4 Daily ox Sun Daily ex Sun Stations P m Lv Lexington 325 745 Winchester 310 835 I L EJunction 823 887 Olny 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BMAli TEUKS ASPARAGUS 8HBTOS Gad XTET THING lOB OB CHARD LAWN and OABDEH We employ no Agents bat sell direst Catalogue on application Both Phones H F Hillervmexer Sol LEXINOTON KY EXPERIENCE O YEARS I TitAoc MAMaI Anyone sending a sketch and deciltploo may our opinion tree wbetber an unlcatioaatrtoten free Oldestagency for somrln vatants Coreoslsirdaa1 HWrkatiAk tlfcaution of any sdenUfla rnal Terms 13 a ewadealeraUNN R I TAROLEUM I A iclentlflo chemical preparation a For Curing Diseases of Horses Feet8- tImulatesanturftlueaUhy growth removing tlon soreness TAROLEUM will mix with water In all proportions does not Thismoisturefromthe natural the toot wlllbeappreclatdbythoughtfulhorsemen AS A DRESSING Paint the foot all over twice a day and polish with a brush It you want the ablo- eUOOItlACKINOWetup a Iefficient quantity of ono ot TAR to alx parts of water and bind on the feet This will soften hard contracted feet quickly remorlnc the In flammation and soreness Otoccmn Mass JIM It tW W V YOVM VM Des era ss knt vied your TtroUtm tat sass tannd II w an bowium u a ant Hs kwMnulif t av use UUl Uf3MlU t MkUf tor ban Ml- a 4 raaaMWTnU rcraluv nAI- Toon trap turn U 1m Sells at TSc n and In bulksgallon T8t010gaUon can SIIUJ- OShipplll D Springfield Mass Dlreo lion on the can Booklet free W F YOUNG P D P Springfield Mass For 30c in etampswill maail a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never foils Write to Corp WIN son Calvert Tex Bo on Time Fust time or slow time is unknown in a reliable watch We can make your watch reliable or furnish you one that is Accuracy and punc tuality are stepping stones to sue cess in business or social life No person can afford to endanger an important appointment not own ing a reliable time piece Watches that go through my bands are timekeepers they are alwnya just as represented Jtfy warrant is j given with everywatch I sell or repair WEBB The Jeweler Clay City Examination and tree Send 3C in stamps and got J111 trial treatment of Wilsons Mor 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Prescriptions carefully compounded and if we have not got what you want will get it for you on short notice ioFree to aniadAEAckageotasbnpl- eremedyDtDOUGLASFAMOUSSPEGIPICHAZELINE II namesodtroubkaDrDr Douglas Little Brown Pills for the Liver cure NHTns ness constipation sick headache etc biteschappedWrite T M5V THE HIZBLfflE CO 86 Dean Block South Bend Ind a ARE YOU DEAF DEAFNESS OR ALL by our AREnew Invention YOURSELFATHOMEAHEAD HEAD NOISES F A WERMAN CtalfrsvBeing entirelycured of a f fry my case to at your About a years ear ist-mar hearing id car entirely I underwent a Ctarrb for her of physicians among others the most only an operation could help me and then cease but the the affected I then MW yOur advertisement meat After I had used it dew days todayJaftcr five weeks hearing In beg to remaln Very truly F Our treatment doss not advice YOU CAN CURE i INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 696 LA SALLE AYE CHrCAM ILL S 1