You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 19, 1903. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1903 cla1903021901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 19, 1903. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t k jl r 1 yv THE CLAY Jg ITT TIMES i i I11 i1 1 0 50 Cents a Year in Advnnci We are here to help Clay City L eS mfag Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher IIVOID 8 CLAY CITY Krrilr DAY FEBRUARY JO 1903 NO8 Reminiscence of a County Citizen Continued From last Week About 11 oclock dinner was pre pared for them us we were anxious to have them be gone My father hud gone to bring them to dinner when we saw two Yankees riding very rapidly down the hill toward the bouse They were Bunk Etts and Bill Walden of Millers Creek They ran up to the front door ask ed my sister who was standing inside the door where those justI 3 Rebels were Just then Lee Murphy were coming to the r with drawn revolvers My sister stepped aside and remarked hero is some of them They wheeled their horses und started back the way they came Lee and Murphy were in the act of shooting at them when my sister asked them to not shoot Then we could see about 150 blue coats coming down hill Leo and Murphy run out o the house barefooted and began to run toward their companions when the shooting began In five min ute8rihe place was alive with Yim kees1jterewns any kind ofa fellow you wanted und some you didnt want I do not say this out out of any harm to humanity but some of them did not have clothes enough on their bodies to load a shot gunb S sOIDClltirtiiQp tetitteari t lrlarJ r n t1fC t oke Bet ti ce ti cftpturea ice and Murphy before they reached their comrades They captured John Huston one more ofw nihhs Store Frontsr Nt Ceiling and Etc the Rebels but he stood in his tree trod shot until they took bald of him It wile getting to hot for the nrgro i he came running towards the Yankees with his dusky hinds rated s heavenward as he remarked t Law MURSU don phoot 1111 Ise bin tryen to scope ah git to 3 dose menny dose The remaining seven Con feder- ntes made their escape The Ytl andIfor these hoss thieves + There were some men in the gang who wanted to pay for what they cat When they started to leave they told my father they must take him along Irvine was their headquarters and it was Simon CockrclPfl company They took my father pitchfay City that night Lee the captured Rebel made his escape during the night with the best horsy and equipments the company lied We were all seated around thei blazing pile of logs at home that night talking over the events of the day when we heard a keen whis tie My big brother J went out was gone a few minutes and came and reported that theiseyen Rtragglinssoldiers h deturnedanq tofAfhelii to n rock house about one mile distant They did so and ti soldiers remained there about o and then went on to I Ready For Business The firm of Shinifessel Waldron having been dissolved nudthe partnership closed J will continue the business at the old stand and will continue tosell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of every thing you need i will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have Inelegant line of Fall Millinery neatlytrimmedthese goods is very reasonable and you should SPO our lino before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C Shimfessel It fT NBbbN B MPG Co i Winchester Rye We ManUfactureWeSash loora Verandas stairways WeatherboardingPickets Shingles are FleadquawtersFor I Building PaperT Felt Roofing I Flintoid Roofiing j and Etc 7 siimatesri I 1 PromShipments t f ds jtif rfv t11 l t ksThere tvR a rieof men call home guars l3eywere nelt citizens or whtwjwere I my My motherfantibtfnced to some them irmwath9rwa8 not turn loose 1nBlctloflyelups there wo ezbe more than ne widow in t neighborlio7ddlAbout a half doz went and brought rlhim home Magistrate K was the In abnufjonoyveek after he came home omf lI about 10 oclock about 200 Yftryees camp to our house askedywfatlier if he had seen s lately I1 father reraark Cthat they did not inhabit thinsl of the globe according to paTuivl history 0 Ieso big burle v remarked are clcsanahtr lund we tv get them Jo night Next morning edat sunrise a gingof Rebels came clashing along hedded by Cupt SV D Paywlththeqijory huve you seen tinv Ya v here i Wo told him thewxferejust ahead tiTOIENeadsS = Never Ache Never ont t tiffs trouble Use at onaetho ren edy that stopped it for Mrs N 4Vt Webster of Win nie VRJ rites Dr mngI New LIPePilltholly cured me ofsIcl ssd lLhtid sufferld fro foit Cure Headache I f1nstipati lliousnese 2Gu ut Cstoref RoleesentcnAcoe an up A toxin marshal had a warrant fortill a farmer charged with intoxica tion The farmer called up the marshal by telephone and asked him to read tli warrant to him This was donef and the officer told the farmei to consider himself under errsl The justi was called to the phone tl farmer plead g to intoxicatDot tion was finldone cent and the of ymoneyroute carrier The whole tri was conducted over the tel elly phoneExThe v of Long Life Consists in keeping nil the main organs of the body in healthy re M ular action undlu quickly deiltro ing deadly disease germs Electra Bitters regulateStomachLiver und Kidneys purify the blood and give a splendid appetite The work wonders in curing Kidn Troubles Femalepomphiints Nerv 1 ous Diseases Constipation Dyspepsia and VigorousititIwulth always follow their use Onof50c guarante- by edeavy SwonnDuy 9mber Co Finds wn t LiveThe ItartlingGhqounccrnent of a en life is made bvjqditor 0 II Dov- ney of Churubijsco Ind I wish to state he j rites that Dr Kings New UjJpvery for Con sumption is Um roost infallible that I have known for CO1glitljoJd1nd Grip Its to with weak lungs Ha wonderful onerieodmedicine no dread Pneu mqniu Cr Const vtron Its relief isjnstunt and carflfcertuin1 Swann Day LumberCQ guarantee every and SlOf bottle and gIve trial bottles free h fo Ta n eaTHE Racket enStoreinOwing to the recent illness my entire family I have been una hleto serve the good people of Pow ell Estill and adjoining counties as I would have liked to have don As we are now all able to to cat Iyire can get and then some we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LOW PRICES you will feel when you come gutillyou are Towels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Sauce Graniteware Tinware Fancy Ar des Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q- veralls Toilet Soaps andn Thou sandand one other things will be carried by our RACKET STORE willmeverything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE fI gliJloM S J d You cant beat em They run from IDo per pair up to 50c Thuy are worth very much more We carry kinds for the Ladies the Boys S und the Girls and we didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our e STORE it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDY and it is good Cocoanutoit is nice you might get some those Kisses nnd give them tn our Girl and she wont think any o less of you And they cost on 20c per pound SHOES= 170g03su 2 75I U 1 41 Childrens 2 00 00 I 1 25I 49 qqoyWoolLined Rubbers 33 Underwearse Fleeced Shirts worth 57 necentsHeavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75u only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth50only 25 25YLadies Underwear only 25c per garment The RacketSiore iJ t r i i Signs of Grip allIThe pains begin Ef yer weepy r In the oye3 Dont kccr of jer i Lives er dies Ef yer lied ez- Rillitt9tot Foul et bustin 1I0tfClammy cold Ef yer feels A century old Ef ycr cant dig thinkIIOn der blink 1 Ef ycr staggers When ycr walks stuttersto talksdtipGitGot the grip I Ex New Century Comfort findingsn nice Salvo It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruises coo quers Ulcers and Fever Sores i cures Eruptions Salt Rheum Boils and Felons removes Corns and Warts Best Pile cure on earth Only 25c at SwannDay Lbr Cos store eeeeeeeee eeeeeeeceee0 The Balano7v VVil i JIIV k1mtd y a waKl tnitl men The balance wheel is making 18000 vlbrntions an hour Jf its in godd condition If till mocmenttissluggish theres something wrong It will move 3 in n year ands J requires less than onetenth ota drop needstlmtniterstheMme clean and oil andllUt your watch order for a pup nnd satisfy you JWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY OOOOOOOOOOIOe010000e00e0e00e11hile St Valentines Day not a legal holiday and con quently we will be open February 14th during our usual hours it- vertheless seems nn appropriate occasion to cull attention to the abovementioned fact Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky n rilOKKSSIONAL CAItDS hh1111111h1lhhaaloll IA1 hhhhLHIP Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY lIT I R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY N =J THE TIMES nSDAYvi1UDLISHED EVERY JJ J G Burgher Jr Publisher 0 Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 7S Cents Entered as secondclass mall piatter I Thursday February 19 1003 CLUB RATESI For the convenience of our subscribers f wo have arranged club rates with the at 11helowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 tt Cincinnati Enquirer 110 tt Louisville Commercial 75 u Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING Our merchants report a fairly good business for the season Saturday afternoon was Lodge day of the Masonic fraternity at tl SllSThe early sod turner has re ceived a setback by the prevailing cold weatherIOwing to the heavy rain on Sunday no services were held at the Methodist church John W Barnett and family and T J Wright and family left last week for their new home in Bates county Mo Both families are of our best citizens and we regret their loss from our com munity Elder Nelson McIntosh who went to Florida last Fall has re I turned to Kentucky We have not yet learned whether lie intends locating in our town again or not We trust he will deaide to do so E 0 Wilson tC Co have succeeded c the the firm of 0 S Mob erly S Co the Fox Merchants The new firm will take charge of the business March 1st Mr John Moberly the popular sales Iiun for the oldfirm will be retained to the satisfaction of his numerous friends and customers Our little town which is noted us a leading point for the expor tation of hen fruit is partially re joicing at the present frigid weather as it is bound to stimu late and revive the market of this leading and important prod uct which was becoming greatly demoralized by the preceding warm weather Log Lick Miss Nannie Fisher is very ill of fever at this writing Win has rented a farmI of HenryLilly to which ho will II move the first of March g Elder Oulton of Richmond fill ed his appointment at the 01 1 IBaptist church Sunday morning II J D Berryman huts moved to 13 the far u he recently purchased o in Estill county of Bud Winburn W E Matherly has charge of hi Vienna store Sams = There is quits a tide in the Kentucky river Millard McIntosh is visiting relatives at Bowen this week The usual number attended County Court at Irvine Monday Columbus Embs was the guest of LBumlll B McIntosh one r night lastweek = 1y b S rltOthe wife of folin W Vaughn twinsboy and a girl John is now all smiles Mr and Mrs 0 Y iMcJntoshY the latters parents1Ir and Mrs H B Wiseman the latter part of last-A Mr Elkin of Ford bought- of Oscar Winburn eight derrick poles and has run thctiidowit the river to Ford and will ship them from there to Lexington T J Hackworth rindfZack Win ter have bought of James a Wal lace all the timber on his land on the head of Caloways creel and will build a tram road to the ford and haul it from there and run down the river REPOKT OP THE CONDITION oF THE Clay City National lankAt Clay City in the state of Kentucky- at the close of business Feb 0 1003 RESOURCES Loans and discounts fSSOa 40 Overdrafts secured and Unsecured 028010- USBonds to secure circuln 12500 00 securities etc 18673 60 Bankinghouse furniture and I fixtures 360000 Other real estate owned 514009 from approved reserve agents 1260207 Due from Treasurer State of Kentucky 82745 Notes of other National Banks 800 00 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 1573 CO Legal tendernotes 8271 00 4844 50 Redemption fund with TT S Treasr59ofcirTn 02500 Total 1534 020 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in5000000Su- rplus fund 400000 Undivided profits less expenses andtaxespald 141247- Nntl banknotes outstanipg 12600 JOO Dne to other National Banks 2 837 05 Dividends unpaid OOO Individual deposits subject to check 83311 14 Total 15340020 liSCOUNTY I J F Cox Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J F Cox Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of Feb 1003 J Y Thomas Notary Public My commission expires at the end of the next session of the Senate CORRECT Attest M II COURTNEY JNO D ATKINSON Directors CHAR SCOTT BOYS GIRLSjoincty Hero is your to become a member of an organization haying secret signs a password secret code of writing and many otaer fascinating features Everybody is joining particulars enclose a twocent stump Ivan Johnson 420 Vf Main street Louis ville Ky and he will also send you a nice present FREE mrarrarrrrrrLooks Right Tastes Right Is Right r II And the Rightness IR duo to i the wheat and the milling Its bidusfieldsrswe your expect r- U II Youll have whiter bread bet II ter tasted bread if you use Mansfield Flour i Take our word for the first sack i S youll not need it for the second Ask your grocer for MANJ3 FIELDS BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LILY RC Mansfield Sona rrrrrnrttrsW t Fairmlfor sale Fifty acres3nver bottom land with good improvement dwelling with six rooms store house and good stables nndfolher out build lags Will selnon easy terms J W V TON Clay City At a dance mJMadisqh county today riigljtiKrian Reynolds shot and hillbd Uose Vnnderwood and then killed himself STATE OC TOL D ssLUCASF J CuENEYmakes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY i Cotdoihg business in the city of Toledo county and state aforesaid and tljat said firm will pay the sum of lONB HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAKnn that cannot be cured by the use of IsOATARan CURIC PANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and Bubscrib ed in my cethis Cth day of December Al5Si886 AV GLEASOtf PubliclHalls OatarrlfcCure is taken in ternally andacjSdirectly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send fortestimonials free FJ CnENBT do Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 76c Halls Family Pilis are the best M BJILEYJ Merchant an3 C- ainMILLERI CLAY CITY KY 1 Custom work six Sftb ireek Fresh Ground Bottd Mtal always on hail yTvJibii V 4vfr1 or s at6 tole r l MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We IcepIoStock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 6 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others The preii onwhich this paper ii printed It driven by a Hagan Engine L T OHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER BY c Consumptfon Cured ERslyrDyythe Filipino Method M A soldier who snent two years in the Philippines ciscovercdand brought home s cejtaincure10C- oneumptlon and allilung com plaints Particulars and proof free from rfIR- tco Rr WU soN Calves tTex I 7I f 1 efBiiiit toWear Finished to Please Our work has reputation for honest and reliae con itructlon Every part b Inspected and tested Highest posslblo value for the price EYpry3obwarrantPd faturrs that make our V hl WomakeafullUnA pricesfII7olesale3frti ALBION HIGH H r = J He Who Waits too long is likely to be disappointed but those who have waited for our January and February sale of everythinglh I Winter Goods UNDERWEAR for men and women Mens Clothing in OVER COATS MACKINTOSHES SUITS and PANTS CLOAKS CAPES and JACKETS for Wo men Misses and Children and everything in WINTER MILLINERY Mens Womens and Childrens SHOES are going to get tho best of everything at greatly REDUCED FIGURES To use the old but expressive phrase Its a Regular FeastV You Should Not Fail to be i Among the Early Callers I am agent for tho Delineator and Ladles Home Journal and will be glad to tako yoursub scription for either or both Hrs J Wv WILLIAMS CLAY CITY KY 1j1iII 1 i oi t1o L N t It 1 tJft7it iJt itIB= MAUPPIN l I w CLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodwork an Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing I nT r y t f The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit d Are jVlndo When You TJmo Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed iMANUFACTURED BY lACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants J 724 ii J F WEBS t I Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KYhA Nice Cieurf Shave Fnslilonahle ry Hair Cuts Shampooing andall kincjs of Hair Tonics Yoy will al r ways find keen razors und glean i towels 1 rII I I rF1ji Laundry Agency inConneotion F 211 Dont fajtP1giv him a91 j +d t f i 1 M mte t I1S M V a r tHE TIME i AN ALL I HOMEMADE PAPUB- i i THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19 1903 1rr jt hLOOAIJ BREVITIES u Plenty of snow Zero weather everywhere g1r t Too cold to sleigh ride muchA i r ct The City Council was in session y rSnt rduy night Aswell dance aver the light t house Friday night t TO Sherman of Campton- wasi I down Thursday t T Please dont fence any mo rM of our streets andalleys t The City Board of Supervisors has been in session this week r Louie Bradley got one of his lingers caught in a machine in f the plariing mill last Thursday I amVnearly cuts it off t i John Runnels whose lent t notice appeared in our last issu was buried at Powells Valle i Thursday afterjioon 1hcheavrainsSaturdaynight und Sunday have put the river rina rampage It is higher than t I it has been for twelve months 0 Miss Annie Waldron who has been down with fever for a few weeks has suffered a relapse and her present condition is not at all favorable i W H Neal has bought a lot on Oth ave between Cassidy fur house and J W Tipton Btorand ImGubegun the erection nf a to=story business house I ri1i2 M Tlia1fiEs it the lparkbt ft ot i all th surplus stteets und alloys t j j I the Council may wish to dispose of Ifit has a right to give them away it certainly has a right t sell them Sunday Feb 221s Washing toms birthday It is a legal hol iday but as it occurs this year on Sundayoncd more one oft the useless legal holidays will t cost us no time III The Saints held meeting at the old Adams Hotel in the West end of town Saturday night Sunday morning and at night They j will have regular weekly services at this place in the future The little threemonthsold i daughter of Mr and Mrs Lennie r Crow died last Thursday evening i Burial at the Daniel grave yard Saturday The bereaved parents have our sincere sympathy The Olay City National Bait n has another fine statement in t lis issue It shows over 88 000 on deposits which seems as i though the people of Powell J must yet be in a state wof pros ii parity rl J B Eaton has fenced the lots l adjoining his livery stable which he recently purchased Th swill perhaps be somewhat inconven SuudaXtJ they will npy JIave to go all thq 3wuydown the muddy alley fi thin cessatioh of the rain 4Monday morning a colder wav- Y tJrev ilel and it soon began S110Wlllg and continued during the entire day On Tuesday i morning it was very cold jthji d nine inch on the ground and it has since so remained witliab vt 2 cler r sky j 1 f t titY rt t ttJ 1 R 4 +y f X I i J of ry gotSa free ach and Liver Tablets thebest physic They cleanse and invigor ate stomach improve the appetite and regulate thabowelj Regular size 25e per lox tearingTdown and moving some of the NHfalling tinlbers and hadone of his legs broken The injured member was scthyDra Little page and Williams He is badly hurt Otherways while his leg is severely shattered and rainy have yet to be amputated- I A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a free resample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one want Ing a reliable remedy for disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation Thus is a new remedy and a good one Any dealer in patent medicine On Tuesday we received ah order for a job work for E 0 Wil Eseexey on ward the following day on the earliest morning train We used to do work for one member of this firm years back when we were at Spout Spring always giving satisfaction Henry Waldrons sale didnot come oft Saturday owing to the sickness of his family Mr Wal dron is indeed having a very trying time having lost his wife a few weeks back and now hiss daughter Miss Annie is in a dangerous condition with fever while his son Herbert flown for several weeks in the Fall I The base ball park has been inclosctl A number of our best citizens in that portion of town- o are justly indignant over the se lection tof the site It is direct ly opjwsito the residences of some of our most sober and quiet citizens The club should have given these people at least ordi nary respect and have picked some other place where it would have disturbed no one Tendency of the Times The tendency of medical science is toward preventive measures The best thought of the world is being given to the subject It is easier and better to prevent than to cure It has been fully demonstrat ed that pneumonia one of the most dangerous diseases that medical men have to contend with can by prevented by the use of Chamber lains Cough Itemedy Pneumonia- k always results after a cold or from an attack of influenza grip and it pus been observed that this rem fedy counteracts any tendency of diseases i toward pneumonia this has been fully proven in many thousands of eases in whiqh this remedy has been used during the great prevalence of colds and grip in recent yetis jsfnoean be relied uuiii Awhieh Implicit confidence 1UIi umomanfteneiplt from a p co d chbti ifti danjer1 is ap rirWnUeduntil it is suddenly dis covered that there is feverand dif fictiHy iri breathing and pains in the chest then itis announced that the patient has pneumonia Boon ethO safe eideaQttake Chamber laJiisCoughnemedyaB soon as the cold is contracted It always sIFor sale all dealers in mediCIneiWhen coal drops r well begin to worry about ice t r ri f+ i I Store Is vacant SfgnliVToLctl ill 1Mcin sorrow and sighs Cause ho didnt Jlrtisc A Moilie illecommendatlon I have usedjlphamberlain8 Cough Remedy forjvfmtniber of years and have no hesitahcy in saying that itt is the bestre for coughs j colds and croup IH have ever used1 In my family I have not words to ex press my confidence in this remedy Mrs J North Star Mich For sale by ull dealers in putqnt medioimi Now IrfTIiS elands of Uncle 5am Nannie Trumboe colored was arrested by postal authorities hero last week on the charge of forging the name of Malinda Garrett to a money order a to 400 She was ta ken to Lexington where she was held under bond by Commissioner Hill and in default fo same WAS remanded to jail The offense is punishable by a fine of 5000 or from two to three years in the penitentiary Buy It Now Do not wait Until you or some of your family Fare sick nigh unto death and then send for Chamber hams Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy it now and be prepared for ah emergency It is the one remedy that can always be depended upon in the most severe und dangerous cases For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Birthday and 1lasquerado Party Mrs Neomn ivnou of Kidd ville gave a birthday und masquerade party on the 10th inst in honor of her brother James Hutson wluJieaves for his homo in Missodri iiext Monday A large number pf friends and well wishers weft present and ex pressed regrets for his departure Everyone preset enjoyed them selves hugely and all report a line time Frank aged nine teen was shot fron ambush and killed while engaged in cutting crossties near live Hill Curter county Geor Henderson ag ed seventeen ia Jail at Gray son charged with the shooting The has since confessed to the murderand says he was provoked to do the deed over a debt of 150 City Sportsman Have you seen anythiug jvorth shooting at x FarmerWell no not tillr you CIUllOr The scratch ofW a pin may cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poisoning results from the injury All danger of this may be avoided however by promptly applying Chamberlains Pain Balm It is an antiseptic and unequalled as a quick healing liniment for cuts bruises and burner For sale by all dealers in patent medicine y Lion o- Statesof America K The greatest natioainthe world is the greatest coatumer of coffee Lion Coffee ii the standard beverage of every and territory of the Union IIIttepure thatt why In t 1b atrWubl MM1ia piokMM I luwtna trMuM4 Hd wUono QIIlv J f h ate q or t 4 just Received From Fa toryI THI OKCATUT I NAT lALCIMAtl IHAHU1CA A COMPLEtE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLB AGBNX 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 righ and they can depend upon getting everything they needat liv ing prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it 1 we are going to trade with you Ve are now coducting general store at Spoutspring where the people of this section willfind the sane courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store We Are In The Timber Business heavy and are buying all tho Tanliark and Railroad Ties lotus section that money can buy at market value 1Veiptyrthe V CASH whenyour wTigraismndIf tJ 1 j r Irf r rrtf f Dont Trade until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores at both places A E BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY Aint Got No Home Or are you not satisfied with the ane you have Do you want to make a change Then take advantage of the LOW ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS- OR ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES Olfered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway THE WORLDS FAIR LINE to the West arid Southwest Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of eachmonth up to and including April 21 1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent i GEO L GARRETT Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY I Subscribe for the Times A sWWU tau Y 1 Coal Output coal mined in last year was an increase over 1901 The IKentuckys are the year in the IRotaryIShuttle 4 Sewing Machine STANDARD OWED SWELL LOCK AND CHAIN PIlOIGI TWO MACHINES IN BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from 1200 rp The Standard Rotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 Apply to our local dealer or If there U ns dealer in your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clny City Ky I Dealer Every lbOliId carry a use of Amole Toilet Soups Amole Barber Soaps Amole Sbavtef Cream- AmoleShanipoo Thfallne of hlRhBrnda soapa nd i rrr orations command ready sales ami art tu largo demand In all sections of the coun tryMade from n combination of puro oils and the Mexican Amole Plant long cele brated for Its accptia and peculiarly cleansing properties Thesn soaps em body features which particularly adapt them to delicate mid sensitive skins IC vou wishoetaplo liae whlih v 111 el wny gtvo satisfaction niid la which thero ia a largo margin of profit order ut once through your Jobber or write direct for prices and special luducumviiU to Mexican Amole Soap Co PcotUIII TIIT Wirichestei Bank IJJCORPOHATEn N H WmiEKsrooy Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 vVe solicitthe nccounlH of Individ niilH firms and corporatums 542 U Asickness Is caused ty Viytto Tertna Iteso germs are In tid lrwci rfjii I t roIMI Ia uldr1nk1nthotoodee1crof stomtci or bowelS or any brulra or cut ou tlio boy will put these germs to work oIlCllJecnco mrt ijfollow To restore httsW tv 9 ireruis tj t ba killed Kings Royal Qtnrcitur e A GERM KILLER Taken Internally it gwz Irto th blw nnj through all thepcrerlatlit boy rk1Jl1log the terms or dUiue TUfro K to ct medicine like Jt and hat cii thOIiaUiS pf Iwcin 33 seem almovtllke mlraclm It hcs Uioimaua of Indorsement Ilka the feUcvlBi KILLS arM OP MALARIA OTpiirAa Ann Jiity 28 lOOt Malaria cannot exUt niui ICinvV Hoal Grmeteor is used V1 A WJH si CURES KIDNEY TROUBLG AND INOraS TJO- NLcstu Apr J Oi Kings Royal Gormetiur 64 dnize uig- ood more than any med Iclnn I wer tz I a UJT 1 ft iVr Idnry troubleand InHyaftcs 1 ttlttnor- man since takln tout botllfj C J WUK OrrICftlur jUldtw7whorP One BotUe St I o RottiV S or scat fu xt from tha Laboratory Addrett J OEORQSA MEDICINE CO 2iSESlJLLL2A 3I I w 4 M Virden James McPhearson of Piasn Ill is visiting 0 0 Curtis this week John Sewell has moved to the farm ho recently bought of John Bradley hear Darliiigsville We wish Uncle Johnnie success Died at her home near Indian Fields Feb StJi Mrs Fanniq Ba ker of consumption Her remains were interred at Powells Valley Tuesday Mrs Baker was the wife of James Baker who was killed at the steam shovel near Argyle last Spring She leaves several little children to mourn her loss Uncle Will Everman quietly passed away Monday Feb Dafter a short spell of pneumonia Uncle Will lived to bo quite an old man His age was 87 years He had been a member of the Methodist church for a number of years and we trust he is enjoying the bright crowns laid up for all those who trust in the Lord and do his will He leaves seven children besides a host of friends to mourn his loss Judge Griggs of Georgia Chairman of the Democratic Con gressional Committee got after Mr Hill the other day and simply pulverized him Not only did he select another list of 21 important articles from the cam paign book list the prices of each and all of which are controlled by tariffprotected trusts and which advanced an average of 71 per cent from 1890 to 1002 but he showed that all but 4of the 2Gper cent advance in price show ed by the 11 reelifet articles was due tq the enormous advance hL thipricesoftsisLtandbinder twilie aiiatlfut thic ry 111gW prices of these two articles was due to the cruel war in the Phil ipines I Trees Trees Treesl Just what every farmer and lot owners want punches of the best quality Seedling one nt dtwo years old for sale at a penny uud 3 cents per tree E W Alarcum j Olav City Ky Doled nay for Sale Between 10 and 11 tons of baled Timothy Hay near btution Also two nice Bull calves JN Bush Indian Fields Ky Widow of an 1812 Veteran Dead Mrs Francis Ohisin widow of the late Commodore Chism a vet eran of the war of 1812 diedat her homo near Ford aged 00 year She was tho mother of 20 children and the last but two of the surviving pensioners of the Just What You Want USEFUL NOVELTIES fall Iaheoftho- II hard The IDE zauuJ h ALI I lte11In bout wood rlleelgbtluJI Mafclaass Sido SasliLc1k A safe ventilator and 1egantInpie strong and dura perftctnntlratthrlothlng bout to Irt out of order Kvery ouv la fully guaranteed = II i Claw Cultivator II cmrNqffilktvRudfr Calaloutul cad Prfrcs COMSTOCK NOVELTY CO 11UNTIOTQNND t IY j War of 1812 initliolState one of the two now liviiigbeing Mrs Nancy Baxter oMOlark county in her flOth ye I4I The L A hail three wrecks last week but thH damage was light with the exception of the delay in transoUon- MOflE 1LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FplU Consumption Coughs and Colds Than All Thro tAncl- Lung Bexnedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption HayFeverPlczurisyCroup Whooping Cough NOCUItE Erica 50o SI Trial Bottlo Proc Lexington asternRy Effective Sept 1 1902 EASTBOBND NcteS No4 Daily ex StinK Daily ex Sun Stations Pm AM Lv Lexington 3i5 745 4 Winchester 810 8M I L AEJunction 823 837 Clay City 8150 013 4 Stanton 406 923 AI Natural Bridge 054 4 Torrent fUo 1008 I BcuttyvilleJuncJrH 1050 I 0 KlJunct C11 11 0- rJueksonO5 1130 WESTBOUND No 3r No 1 Daily Daily ex Sun Stations Sp1 n- LvJacksonK225 025 a 0 K Junct580 0 20 a BenttyvilleJunc 26 7 20 4 Torrent Ij47 744 I Natural Bridge 1 801a Stanton 4ino 8S8 a Clnv Citv iao 8S74 LE Junctionpis 010 a Winchester li20 0 23 ArTexIngton 603 011- NosSnn j rnizkoso connections for Cannel City rind the O K- Pislondaily exjtSunday No 1 2 connect ntL7l junction with 0 i0 for SieSterJing and local points Nos tfpn 2iiict at B tyule Junction vithIiF4 A16r Beatty yule daily except Suiday J K BARK OnAB SOOTT Gen Manager v Gen Pass Agt E B WEST Vltll Sililulolls Uarllyare Qo St LOMO will make retrular trips throuh ihiH section Freight iegimliztd J with Louisville and Cincinnati houses fl Clay CitjHotel J II EAT N Prop1 Table supplied with tho hast the mnrkert afloids iEverything neat unil clean dayfTIt Tree Tre TreeJ 1 y the MiJJioh FRUIT azdORNAirtENTAI GRAPEVINES SMALL FRUITS ASPARAGUS SHRUBS and tVEilTHING TOE OR CHARD LAwn anti OABDEN We employ no Age tebut coll direct Catalogue on application Both Phonos H F Hilleimeyer Son LEXIN4 q X ItOYEAftS TRADE DESIGNS MARKS I r COPYRIGHTS C Anyone endlng a Sketb 811d de5n11 qulcklr aacertaln our whether an lnvOnUOn II probabliCtJtableCoDlDlunlcationa fflctI7 5hz free Jle Agency Patents taken Mean 5 0 receIve iyecWI notice without cbiwwe In tzao Scientific JmeEkaoAhan- aThomoIytllutrf pikty Lnrrot clrc- ulAtloll of lerma fa s newsdoalorsMUNIt j jtL ti a TAkOLEllM A scIeti1lo chemIcal rrparalJon For Curing Diseases of Horses Feet Stimulates nnrturallicelby growth rerovog u1bult- tlon and feuN TAn L1ro I wilt cits w +JI wntor In all roportlnus ccnuquntl dots n tereluue thai natural tnolsinrn from thy foot This will be apprrclat il bjr tnni ghtful horsemen A3 A D KEVINS Palnitjju foot nil ow twice Mill nal poltell wltlll brush It J6u want the hlull HOOrVPACKkWr Wet up a Bnfflcteut uantlty oi OUttwl with mm part It TAR tools its of wat r anal bind on the feet This VIII lIftO hard contracted fret quickly roaiovlug the In Cumulation lUll cure tu3- Gtomiritt UM Jait 21 1S97 w iqDiaa r nifd joor Ttrelrui nil eao tee ommtlil It to all liornmO a fli lloM tjwMreMlnii I km IN4 II wllU oilrural ia It I wktaj tr liwwi t ilass Ma Ulan yoa Ui4 Pals trj At Vourt traij JAIIII II TAU Sells at Tie n qt SiiX n gallon and In bulk 6Kalloii can SS ro can Iii 00 Shipped F O U tiiMTiucfleld Mass Dlreo hone on the can Booklet free WF YOUNG P D F Springfield Mass For 30c in stampswill innuil a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never foils Write t6 Corp Wilson Calvert Tex Be on Time Fast time or slow time is unknown in a reliable watch We can make your watch reliable or furnish you one that is Accurncj and punc tuality tire stepping stones to BIC cess in business or social life No person canaffonl to endanger an important appointment by not own ing a reliable time pie e Witches that go through my hands Ire timekeepers they arc always just orlrepair ARE I and Send a2 iistarnpt rinipetyfjS II trial treatraenrof Vlfsons Mor phine Cure Corp Wilson quI vert Tex The confidence man does not mind doing anything or anybody so long us ho does not hiavoto do time I have hd occasion id use your fBlockDraught Stock and Poultry Medl dna and am pleased to say that I never used anything for stock that half as good satisfaction I heartily recom mend it to all owners of stock J B BELSHER St Louis Mo Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock any more than sick persons should expect to ha cared by When your stock and poultry are sick give them med- Icine Dont stuff thcm with worth less stock foods the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the possible and Poultry Medicine unloads the torJlidliverIttaken in time Secure a 25cent can PoultryMedicine times over Horses work better Cows give more milk Hogs flesh hens lay more It solves the problem ofnaking as much blood flesh as possible out of the smallest amount of fod con sained Buy a can from your dealer t iBsLlitiepagiSji vr Vv Pure Drugs Patent MedicineSj Oil Paints and Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded and if wo have not got what you want will get it for you on short notice i Free to any LadyApackagoofasfmpls remly Dr D000LASFAMOU5 SP1ICIPIC HhZDLlSB thousands Cllrl3 troub t43 peculiar to thuytaaIi sex Aullllerful remedy curhac uaWtjslidtroubkflDrDr DouglaS Little Brown Pills for the Liver cure 11HfJ1s etcIrwinsburns tlprains bites S chapped hands etc J VrltoToa THE HAZEL lE co 86 DsJJ1 BloCK SOlJth Bend Jndz YOU DEAF ANY HEAD NOISES ALL GASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLEby our new invention Only those born deaf are incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS BALTIMORE Md March 30 1lf1It Centlimtn f Being entirely cured of deafness thanks to your treatment I will now you a full history of my case to be used at discretion ago m ear began to sing and this kept on getting worse until I 1at my entirelyI catarrh for three months without any success consulted a num bet of physicians among others the most eminent ear specialist of this city who told me that only an operation could help me and even that temporarily that the head noises would then cease the hearing In the affected ear would be lost I then sawyour advertisement accidentally In a New York r and ordered treat ment used it only a few days to your directions the noises ceased and youheartilyV A WERMAN 730 S Our treatment does not interfere with iiour usual occupation Rumination advice free gave YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ftt a 11COIltI INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SAUEAVLVCHICABO L 4 I iI f4il