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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE CLAY felTY TIMESJ uw1j tIi 50 Cents a Year in Advance We arc hereto help Clay City IkSurronnJing Country and Onrsclves 1 E Burgher ilr pUblisher VOL 8OLAY CITY KY TEpESDAY MARCh 116 1903 NO J3 Temperate Barkeepers Paradoxical it may appear 1 800 barkeepers and saloon men of Jersey City have formed a Bar keepers Temperance Union and the members pledge themselves not to drink any of the liquors which they sell If any class of men know the evils of whisky drinking it is the barkeepers They see the seamyside of it the folly of it the sin of it the shame of it and the crime of it The barkeeper w stands face to face dully with men I of ulna intellect and splendid ac complishment and who are fitted to shine with a steady effulgence on the higher planes rendered maud lin garrously silly or gravely idiot ic by drink They see how the termigood fellowship is prosti tuted and interpretted to mean get ting eaoh other drunk and how men of parts indulge in loquacious and unheeded insipidity or who are demonized and rendered insane by intoxicants and if a great dis gust can be produced by anything t this will produce it The Barkeep ers Temperance Union is therefore notunreusonubleLexingtonDeulocrat That Our Team Was Only as Consid erafe Owing to the united protests of the Lexington 61ergy there i will be no Sunday base ball in Lexington this year Lexington was to have joined the Sunday t BasoBall Leaguo but the men r tif tltelc1othhnve effectuall iro venEed tnmraneeRtchtn nid Register doors Coiling Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles Fronts Quick Justice At a blind tiger in Breathitt county March 8th John Hense ly killed Bud Spit er He WitS arrested and n special grand jury ordered to investigate the case They returned an indictment and last week was tried and given a sentence of 10 years in the penitentiary and in less than a week from the commission of the crime was serving the penalty Forgot Her Name H B Poe aged seventy and a welltodo farmer of the Clark river section of McCracken county applied to County Clerk Charles Graham at Paducah a marriage license but it not issued be cause Mr Poe had forgotten th name of the woman he to mar ry CourierJournalOne Least An exchange says at least one case of smallpox hus proved fatal AtParis the guard shot and killed a patient who was trying to escape quarantine A Commendable The Executive Committee of the Kentucky State Fair adopted res olution prohibiting horse racing with betting ut the coming State Fair at Owensboro A Good Fisherman Uncle Billy Goosey is champion fisherman having caught 2 Q in Lullegrud creek spnngWith hook1inidline vViiK chester Democrat Ready For Business 1 The firm of Shimfessel Waldron hawing been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand tutu will continue to sell the remainder of I 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 have an elegant line of Fall Millinery 4Yourcan be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly forrgo very reasonn you spe before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies f Gloafcs Jackets Capes1 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 a soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C Shimfessel11 IMqiRBbhNCB MrCoWinchester Ky I We Manufacture FlooringsBlinds l and Etc fA Store for was was from Act the this i our We are Headquarters for Building Paper n i Felt Roofing I- Flintold Roofiing ii and Etc fl1 Send us Your Estimatesy Promt Shipmentst i C fk- e fNot11C lto The Pubiic- I have riot cha ed the busi ness of any newspaper or any part of it The TIMES is the only paper I have any interest in or have ever takefnotice to thisf J E BOMHEB PUb Times 01 Winchester Court But fevcalle were on the market tnit a good feel ing prevailedund prices were better thaflus Murt The best price was bbtauied for good year tluso ugiit over 5 cents some good feederssold for 8f cts good heifersjsold for 8 cts und lighter oneafocBi cts fat cows axeserough t 4 ctsSja few of hogs CJ cents Scobees Tarfls report most of the cattle ntt flt point sold early Iin the day j Ahionir the sales were the folloo Simon Weilsold50good feeders at 4t cents Mr Marslmll of Bourbon sold 81 good yearlingsteers at 88each S M Boon iold to Winfield Thomas 11 dewy calves for 11t Connie s sold to W O Hoskins 15 v arling steers at 2760I MrjGaines also sold a yearling Jeff Jone ldida cow to D T Railsback fort8 clie also sold a heifer Matt ShppWsolA 3 cod year- Lng steers t tc h Jonas Weirb0ught four big ox en wt about 1500 Ibs at 5 cts Winchester Democrat Two Killed in Laurel While Deputy Sheriff Burt Oas teel and his brother Charles were trying to arrest Charles In man at the residence of George Little in Laurel county Little shot and fatally wounded the dep uty Ousted returned the fire as he fell killing Little instantly Inman made his escape and Cas teel died in a few hours after the shooting H C Warmouth in Business Mr J W Tipton invoiced his stock of goods to Mr H 0 War mouth the first of the week and he now has possession Mr Warmouth is a merchant of ex perience and is quite popular with Clay City people Now with a little printers ink he can soon build up an enviable business Fruits of Teddys Example The marriage of a negro to a white woman was solemnized at the First Presbyterian church in Washington last Thursday The lute T DoWitt Talmage formerly occupied the pulpit of this church Measles a Plenty Measles are stilLyery numerous in Clay City One of the local physicians ho was called to see nineteen cases in the town yesterday Mrs J A Webb who has been in very delicatofhealth for some months was taken much worse T i yesterday evening and is now very sick The town wasin darkness the greater part of Faynight l J J THE RacketStore Owing to the recent illness of my entire family I have been una hleto serve the good people of Pow ell Estill and adjoining counties ns I would have liktd to have done As we are now all able to to eat all Wo can get and then some we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LOW PRICES so you will fee whoa you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucer Graniteware Tinware Fancy Articles Blankets Quilts I Window Shades Gloves Shirts 0 verllls Toilet Soaps undIL Thou sand and one other things will be carried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit UR as wo will selleverything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE Gloves J fYou canT eat eTheyru from lOc per pair up to fiOc They nr worthvery much more We curry all kinds j 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 OANDY and it ie good and Fresh Pelt nut Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream O but it is nice you might get some I of those Kisses and give them to your Girland she wont think any the less of you And they cost only 20c per pound SHOESMe- ns84 00 SHOES only 82 23 Ladies 3 00I I 1 73 a 2 00 90 1 2 75I41 Childrens 2 00 00 u 125a 49 n 75 1 U 22 50c RUBBERS i 24 WoolLined Rubbers 33 UnderwearHe- avy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 750 only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth 50only 25 Drawers 50 25 Ladies Underwear only 25o per garment The RacketStore We are agents for the Butterick I Patterns and will get any pattern on short notice for you that we dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky 4EAT MALT I I THE IPBAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength la Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January = rcoi mAT 8 MALT co Louisville Ky Gentlemen Having examined your Meat and Afrit 111Itsstate that it Is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It disail diseases attended with debility Yours truly L D KASTENniNE II D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT B MALT CO Loulavlllo Kr eoThe Balance s Wheel Look inside your watch n moment Tha balance a i8ninking18000 nn hour its in good 1 oee will move 3558 miles in n year und J dropeJ degree of friction on the bearings niters J the motion Dont tnkochnnces Let e me clean and oil mid put your watch J in order for n yenr It will pay nnd satisfy you 9 0 WFRR the J Jpwplpr CLAY CITY e e e eee eeeeeeeeeu Witha bank account for support you can laugh at all the ills with which you are liable to be come burdened Money is a panacea for most troubles and with economy you can afford to deposit with us reg ularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL GAUDS innnrnnmnNinir W nnndorwvrvPPnnd nuyr Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAN CITY in IIPHYSIOIAN B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY i THE TIMES IUnUSHKD EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher p Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered us secondclass mull matter Thursday Murch 26 1903 Y CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Fann 75 SPOUTSPRING Earnest Barnes of Pine Grove was up lust Friday on a visit Riley Hall bought of Thomas Curtis one 2yearold mule for 75 Merchant R Hood Curtis was below on business the first of the weekSpout Spring had the usual number of rcpresntativesat Win chester Monday We are clad to state that Mrs Elizabeth Burgher is improving at this writing Dave White the broom maker has moved to his new residence on Plum Creek Milton Crow has rented and moved into a house belonging to IIAunt Nqncy Barnett Thos S McKinney is serving Circult vine Dr H M Winburn has laid a new walk from his residence to the street and is now building a new barn Miss Laura Burton who has been visiting her brother Rufus cud other relatives near here has returned to homo near Paris Merchant W J Christopher is nursing a sore hand caused by a portion of the hide being torn away on the back of the hand in an accident The river at Tiptons crossing has been past fording for about seven weeks which is an exceptionally long time for a small stream like Red river Pastor P H Willis will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning in lieu of the February meeting which he missed to at tend the meeting of the Y M 0 A at Lexington Elder B S Burgher while returning from Clay City in his buggy got stuck fast in the mud near 0 W Barnetts residence and had to carry out Guess the roads are now bad enough for you Stock of Goods For Sale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good standand good store house A splendid opportunity for any one desiring to enter a business of thus kind W J CunisTopiiEii Spout Spring Ky Subscribe for the TIJrE- sKimbrellr f Mv Millard Einbs sold his mare to Jackwr trJes7750 i i John W Tuttle attended Circuit Court at Irvine Monday- J A Winburn of College Hill was here again last week Morris Larison is at Irvine this week serving as petit juror E1 N King sold to Jus Elkin of College Hilln sixyearold horse for 90 Joe Jones made n tripto Win chester first of the week to attend court and visit his family Virden Lee Patrick has moved into his new housed Robert Ware cut his foot very badly the other day Mrs J P Curtis was in Virden Tuesday shoppiugi Lee Patrick bought alcow of Shirley Bradliam for 25 Mrs INannio Baker was visit ing at Clay City Tuesday Bob Stanhope of Pilot View is here this week on business Our town is destitute of a black smithsince Mr W E Bryan mov ed awayThere is about 25 cases of meas les in this neighborhood and all are gettingalong nicely Miss Mary Ware returned home Tuesday after several days visit to her tisfJleur InFields- D l stin is moving his saw mill this week across the road on Lewis Mastins place Wm Mastin and wife were at Stanton to consult Dr Lemming in regard to Mrs Mastins health e 4 Sams- R J Wilcox sold to Lewis Wil son 12 shotesfor 805 Itc4and mud fg plentiful io this section John W Cooper sold to Jas A Cooper two hogs at Co per pound W F McIntosh bought of Henry Solvers one twoyearold filly for 825 00 M M Roundtree has got his saw mill in operation on Callownys creek and is sawing Circuit Court commenced nt Ir vine Monday and the boys in this section are hustlinground Willie McIntosh who has been ut Lumbord for some time has returned to Calloways Creek Died at his home on Sand Hill March 18 uncle Delaney Witt Deceased was 84 years old He leaves a wife and 8 children and nu merQus friends to mourn his loss One by one earth ties are broken Marrlcdat the home of the grooms parents Wednesday Mar 18th Miss Callie D Lackey to Mr John Winburn The bride is a daughter of Dillard Lackey of White Oak We wish the young couple success in life Cob Hill The people here are till aglee on account of the early Spring A large number left for Irvine to attend Circuit on Monday Raymond Snpwden visited hissis ter Mrs Dr Breese Saturday Ben Frank hull has i moved to his new house on his fatherinlaws farm 1 Miss Florence Flinchum pus re turned from this place to the home of her parents Nose Johnsons boy is dangerous ly illllt this writing Dr Breese attends the case i t 15 r r i Wm Johnson and wife of Lee T county yisltedi Squire Hall and returned home thiweek Mr John SmijDi and wife of this l lace visited Sir Ingrahani of Dripping Sfjririg this week The Sunday school at this place passed appropriate resolutions of respect to Mrs Collins who contem plates moving hack to Louisville Mrs Coll n8 who has been visiting Dr Seays for sometime and who established our Sabbath school has gone to visit sonic families nt Drip ring Spring and Dr Spay and fam ilyare vigitincr near Irvine Snow Creek Grant Seay will have a public sale Saturday MrjEmbsH H Vivion bought of J D Chrism two calves for 23 Robert E dslttended Circuit Court at Stariton Friday Thos Vivioii purchased of Blu ford Fox ono mule for 75 Miss Lillie Vjivion is visiting at Sharps burg path county Several of our citizens attend ed court at Winchester Monday Miss Flora Vaughn visited her M BAILEY Merchant an J C- ustomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Ide Custom work six days in the week Fresh Groan Boltei Meal always on han- ialpclndsfortan taixt h tole5 J i u MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep ID Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 5 8 and 12 horse power The best known power for farmers and others printedIIL T CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY J Consumption Cured EaftllyjBy the 01 Filipino Method A soldier wholsnent two years in the Philippinesgdiscovoredand brought home a certain cure for call lung com plaints Particulars and proof t9i free from E d CORP WILSO- NCalvetTex t t 4 r rC brother Willie Vaughn of Win chester last week 1 W R Vivion of Winchester visited his mother Mrs Francis Vivion last week Douglas Crow has moved to James Whites farm which he has rented for the year A S Vivion and wife will leave Thursday for HnrtVeU Mo to make that place their future home Miss Tempid Hutson of Vien na was the guest of Mrs Chuff Howard of this place several days last week Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contains Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter ing it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reput able physicians us the damage they will do is ten fold 10 the good you can popsbly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine Errry part 10 apridiil and voice for the chars of higu grade Bend CO It i8 taken internally andmadoin F J t Co free Sold by Druggist 75c Irons Pills are best The for the news i What it Stands i+ Our Brand on the end of flour barrel is a guarantee j+ + of its Its the prod g t net of a mill run on t t wholesome i + that flavor 3 of the wheat berry 4 MANSFIELDS BEST of your grocer and g better and bread I Mansfield I- j or KOS8LYN KY d 4 +++++++++ x + ++++ D1 H= WHITEHEADCITY KY BlacksmithL Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old raceorossigf I IThe Whitest White Cake iite 1 The LightesLight Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Vlicn You Use Pearl and Bakers Pride FlourT- ake no Other Every Guaranteed t MANUFACTURED BY J A VERSAILLES KY 1 Sold our Leading Merchants 724 ti f fail 1 n m struction It twtnj HJjthat possllilo d KTjnrjobvarrant clreattractlvea Wamakcafnll line carriages torcatalogll audprlxj ALBION BliaQY Wholetalc 2yn ALDION niCH I 4 Toledo Ohio by Cheney Testimonials Family the TRIES For ithe quality modern modern methods making a nutritious flour retains the natural I Buy PATENT have whiter RC Son Are Mndo Sack CAIN by i1I Jr FWEBB i0 Tonsorial Artist t CLAY CITY KY 1 A Nice Clean Shave rushlounhtedHair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You wifyaU ways iind keen razors and lc nij towels J A- i Laundry Agency in Connection Lj 1 23Dont to give him a call i jj B 1ttorFi11ishiP1ei1o ubt1onfor newfrature tio 49 Road W1llon J l N3f f = r 1 4 0L J Af t T Y 1 1iI I 1 TILE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMAD PAf EF THURSDAY MARCH 26 1903 m LOCAL BREVITIES We have had some chilly weath er this week John Swope of Side View was hero last week Several hardeners planted po tatoes lust week Help guard oil disease by cleaning up your premises We are proud of our correspon dence department this week Trees are budding and grass is fine for the time of the ear I Mrs Lennie Crow has been laid up with grip several days this week Miss Laura Burton of Paris visited friends here several days the past week Eld B I Wright of Spout Spring was observed on our streets Tuesday v Friday Qlay City was almost depopulated by Circuit Courtvis itors at Stanton Several from this place have been attending Circuit Court at Stanton this week Elder N Mclntosh has rented a dwelling in Meclrtinicsville rood gone to keeping house again J W Tipton has rented the i Thomas farm occupied by Wm Snowden Jr last year for 175 t Dewey Hotel and Roses store- liiiTiS1ii1 attJoeCityWDlfe couiutv- c Loss 12000 insurance f6000 Mr Wm Eaton and Miss Pearl Baker were married at Stanton Tuesday March 17 by Judge G 11 Dorickson A box supper will be given at Powells Valley Friday night be fore the next regular meeting duty for the benefit of the church No more smallpox in Powell The ono case across the river has been pronounced well by Dr Ir vin the attending physician and releasedI Oil has been struck at Denton Qrayson county at a depth of 1 000 feet The well will be stink to a depth of 1500 feet in hopes of striking a gusher Romulus Jackson has been ap pojuted Master Commissioner the Powell Circuit Court to fill the vacancy caused by Judge Lil lys removal from the county j John W Mlle of Vaughns Will was in town Tuesday with t a load of seed Irish potatoes When it comes to producing veg tables no one beats Mr Mize Our old friend W E Hellin was in town Tuesday and favor 4jLqursanctum with a cull Mr Heflin is one of tho few success ful farmers of our helmed count I If its IL bilious attack tike Ghambeilains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For enlo by nil dealers In patent medicine You should not mail to see that tnobbylineof spring and sum t liter Dress Goods now on display ntMnsi Williams liheyaro luau the popular shadea aiiclV weaves und at living prices r tJ 1 I 1N r Hy Wm Snowden Jr who had the Thomas farm rented last year has moved to Waltersvillo The local freight was derailed at Elkatawa Tuesday tearing up the trackfor some distance No injuries to life Clay City has damage suits now pending in Circuit Court to the amount of 9000 and wo are willing to wager one years subscription that hot a penny will be awarded Dorris Mize went to Winches ter Monday where Drs Browne tied Littlepage clipped two contracted leaders that had drawn his head considerably to one side Mr Wftldron will have another auction of merchandise at his store Saturday March 8 and will continue every succeeding Saturday until further notice is givenJ B and C 0 Eaton are doing a considerable log and tim ber business at this place They will move their saw mill into Barnetts timber on Hardwicks creek a little later Mr Noel the merchant who has been doing business across the race from the bank has mov ed his stock of goods info the house recently occupied by W H Neal as a restaurant Our ever progressive custom and merchant miller M Bailey has added a new power corn sheller and is now prepared to manufacture his famous nnd pop ular product in large quantities A rank Republican exchange canto about as near telling the truth the other day as we ever knew it to It said t We arer holding bur IJreath whiM the Court of Appeals are determin ing the Beckham eligibility con test Well made Ready mude in ladies Skirts New patterns new styles lowest prices MnlT W Williams Clay City Ky TIle Same In Powell Our roads continue in terrible condition Our county authorities could work no greater good than to have them put in better condition as soon as possible Sharpsburg World We have added a line of Ladies Muslin Underwear in the desirable garments nnd at popular prices Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky wits Surprised- A distinguished gentleman who has made it a poiht to sub scribe for all the local papers of this part of the state and who a few months ago included the TIMES in his list came into our oflice the other lay and said You get your paper out every week dont you and always on time I Wakeful Children For a long time the two year old child of Mr P L1IcPliejirson ji9 N Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sleep but two or three hours in the early port of the night which made it very hard for her parents tier mother concluded that the child hud stomach trouble and gave bel half of one of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tab lbtShave effected a permanent cure and silo is now well and strong For sale by all dealers in patent medi cine t IOrlp Remedies in Great Demand When coldR gripare prevalent the gsiickrid surest reme dies are in greatdemand Mr Jo eeph D WilIi of McDuff Va says that of a very deep and lastingattack of la grippe by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy after tyingseveral other preparations with no effect For halo by all dealers in patent medi- l cineFree Trip tiTTe Worlds Fair The Kentucky Exhibit Associ ation will anncoince about April 1u popular subscription plan which will givato the most pop ular school teacher in every county in Kentucky 110 in rilla free trip to thejWorlds Fair at St Louis next year with all ex penses paidX Watch for the an nouncement irifthese columnsij Danger of olds and Grip The danger from colds und grip is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for this dis ease we have ycttoleurn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is a ccrt ill preventive of that danger ous disease It will cure a cold or an attack of tine grip in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Bad Showing For The Blacks Of 22 prisoners sent to the penitentiary from Louisville recently all but two were negroes This is rather a bad showing for the educated blacks as no where in the United have they a better opportunity to acquire ail education than in the Falls City SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by OneBottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy When I had an attack of the grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bot tle of CliiiinberlainH Cough Remedy says Frank W Perry editor of the Enterprise Shortsville X Y This is the honest truth I ut times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking u teaspoonful of this remedy and when the coughing spell would como on nt night I would take a dose and it seemed that in the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would go to sleep perfectly free from cough and its accompanying pains To say that the remedy acted as n most agreeable surprise is putting it very mildly I hadno idea that it would ol could knock out the grip simply because I hud never tried it for such purpose but it did and it seemed with tho seer ond attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be of less du ration but time pains were fur less severe and I hadiiot used the con cents of one bottlo before Mr Grip hud bid me ndIotlFor sale by nil dealers in patent medicine i It Doesnt Scare Folks I to be told the truth about Lion Coffee The scarecrow coffees are those factoryeggswholesomeuDglazel strength Th airtight sealed rreshDess r y lrusc Paw3h ed F1 i J I A COMPLETE LINE GF TllS SuflELDs HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED DY THE MSCft Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES G HENRY WALDRONC- LAY CITY KYSOLE 1lGC ST nmStill 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 legend upon getting everything they need at liv ing prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it we are going to trade with you J We are now coducting a general store at Spout = pril1g where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main storeIWe Are InTheTimber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded r Dont Tradeuntil you sefe us Twill pay you Remember full stOreat both places Af BARNETT It SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY Aint Got No Home Or arc you not satisfied with the nno you have Do you want to make n change Then take advantage of the LOW ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS- OR ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis RailwayT- HE WORLDS FAIR LINE to the West and Southwest Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including April 21 1003 ASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT General Passenger Agent Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY OllUobllDC o i i tnt the Times i Our line of Straw and Grass Mat tings arc superior to any thing shown in this vicinity in qualities for the prices Would be glad to have you look them over before buying Sirs J W Williams Clay City Ky STANDARD Rotary l 4 I STANDARD OIUXNn WELL FROM rOCK AND CHALV STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL DUAIUNQ STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that rtail from y2VO cp The Standard Rotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Males 800 stitches while other machines make 200 to our local dealer or If there is ne dealer in your town address TUB Eiandard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio 1V T WEBB Ageut Clay City Ky Every Dealer Sewing Machine IboIlJ4C1rrTlI eol q Amole Toilet Soaps Amole Barber Soaps t Amole Shaving Cream I Amole Shampoo This llnoof highgrade oapaaadprep aratlons command readjr soles aDd are In 1 large demand in all sections of the coun tryMade from a combination of pure and the Mexican Amole Plant long tll1sI Its aseptic and cleaning properties Theso em body features which particularly them to delicate and sensitive skinsadaptI If you wish a staple line which way give satisfaction andIin which there is a margin of profit order at onco through your Jobber or write direct for and special pricesI Mexican Amole Soap CoiPeoria III TIIL Winchestei Bank r coal onATEn N H VmiEnsrooy Prts Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 JO We solicit the accounts of Individ ualH firms and corporations 542 All sickness Is cauasl1 by Jwcso germs Theso germs aru In u r J rt i tjaTwodrink In tiio foot v e et r J cur bole aru full of thorn Any utooriltr of tae fciooj stomach or bowels or any Lrulso or cut on the br 0y will put these gcricR to work and eclcnrts rnd paint follow ro rmtore hvaL h hse germs must lw tilled KlnjfsRoyeiavnnctenris A GERM KELLER Taken Internally it goes into the blood nnd through nil the pores in the body nMOiuUJy kilt log the gcrirs of die aso Thrre Is no other medicine 1 lice it aud heaco thousands of Itg cures seem almost like mlrac + It bca thousands oft Indorsaments like the following KILLS OnRK OP MALARIA CTPMCBH Ann July 28 1001 Malaria cannot exist wlioru lungs Royal Ocr BMteur U used W A CURES KIDNCY TROUUU3 AND INDIGESTION LESUS GA Apr 4 1001 Kings Royal O nr tiur has mo more- dthanauymealelneiuvrrtooklum lire for kldDfytrOllblalll1inll r stlCiIl I feilliEBa now man awes taking four bottles 0 J VAD- SdcrnieUur IssuM everywhere One Bottle SI I 0 Re ttlf9 5S or sect direct from the Laboratory AJdrtu GEORGIA MEDICINE 9n rev SJL A Pointer for Farmers An agricultural writor impress es upon farmers the importance of aiming and working to secure the very best in every line of produce ho turns out Ho says It costs as much to raise a scrub animal of any kind as it does to raise the best and the difference in the selling price is often as much ns 100 per cent It is just the same with grains fruits and vegetables It really pays only to sow the best seeds Yet how very little care is taken in the selection told preparation of the seed I The margin of dif ference between the poor fat steer is hardly ever less than 2 per hundred weight and often as much as fl The difference be tween a cow which makes 125 lbs of butter per year and ono which slakes 825 pounds is the differ ence between a cow which runs you into debt and one which will bring you a net profit of over g5 The barrel of choice apples will sell for 4 when culls of the same varieties have to go to the cider mill There will always be ten men that will persist in raising the poor stuff where there is one who raises the best Why not bo that one An Aged Sweet Potato Mr John Alcock of this place showed us a sweet potato a few days ago which he says is twen tyfour years old The potato looks as natural as life but has dried until it has turned to wood The potato was given to one of Mr Alcocks children twentyfour years ago by an aunt A day or two after the child died and its mother wrapped the po tato in some of its clothes and put it away in a bureaudrawer halfdidin the drawer until a few days ago when it was taken out and found to be perfectly preserved Glasgow Times Farm Better Than Railroad Stock An exchange says the gross earnings of the railroads of the country are about 12 let cent of the capital invested while the gress earnings of the farms were more than 18 per cent of the in vestment This gives the im pression that the financial profits of farming are better than rail road stocks And our contempo rary overlooks another great ad vantage in favor of the farmer Whenever a drunken hobo is kill ed while stealing a ride on its cars the railroad company is sued for from 5000 to 25000 for damages while nobody over thinks of suing the farmer when ho kills a trump for trespassing on his property and stealing a chicken The reason so many guilty per sons escape justice is by the sharp practices of cr nialluw yers Indeed with a skillful at toruey and plentyof mdney on the ride of the defense the lift penalty for any crime is the exception Under complex laws and involved practice the bone lit of the doubt may bo easily stretched to shield the guilty and this occurs so often that there is reason to despair of ox act and full justice by lie pro courtsLexmgtonDemocrat John D Rockefeller says that he would give 1000000 to uiy ono that would provide him with u new and healthy stomach What Rockefeller really needs is u new and bettor conscienc The TIMES js the paper for hcmo people I L O JeITris elJ eighteen years eon l1ii suicide in Montgomery COli t Sutbldl by shooting fiJ v C Be on Time Fast time or slowjtime is unknown ins reliable watcHiAuVe can innke your wntch rcliabUvSr furnish you one that is Accuracy and pune tuality are tlterpi tones to sow cess in business or sjjteial life No person trot afford hi endanger an important appointment by nqt own Ing n reliable tinge plfeco Watches that go throuirh fiiy hands ore timekeepers they nrV always just ns represented Ilywarrant is given with every watch I sellor repair14EBB The Jeweler Cloy City SPRING 100S Bluegrass Nurseries 01 FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES GIlA FE VINES SMALL FRUITS ASPARAOTTS RHUBARBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden StrawbarrysndUeneralCatalogao- on application Both Phones a H F Hilleixmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY tV LexingtonEasternRy Effective Sept 11902 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