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YI- r THE CLAY CITY TIMESi 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clarity the Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher VOL 9 CLAY CITY KF THURSDAY FEBRUARY 41904 NO5 Extensions of the L A I An addition contemplated by the Louisville Atlantic road will run from Beattyville Junc tion northeast into Wolfe county crossing the Ohio and Kentucky road at Wilhurst and runnin through the northern part of Breathitt county through the southern part of Magoffin county to Prestonsburg in Floyd county and east through Pike county to connect with Norfolk 8 Western in West Virginia This road will be about 80 miles in length and will penetrate Magoffin Floyd and Pike counties which now have no railroads Another road contemplated by the Louisville and Atlantic will run from Beattyville the seat of Lee county almost due south from Booneville the seat of Ows ley county through Olay and Bell counties crossing the West Vir ginia Pineville Tennessee road a very short branch of the L N road crossing the L N road at Pinoville to the Cumber land river and Tennessee a few miles further south This road is 70 miles long and traverses Owsley and Clay counties now having no railroadRichmond Register Killed by Officers Constable Mat Holton and dep uty Frank Helton shot and kill ed Tom and Davy Feltcher and wounded Will Brock at Wilton Kentucky as the result of c 0 Sash Pickets St Etc Store arrest of Dave Fletcher on an oldcapias The Heltons have fled and excitement is high Road Is a Certainty A Special from Mt Sterlin ogcap itailsts met business men here this evening and submitted a proposition to build twely- miles of railroad from this cit to Indian Fields Olark county to connect with the Lexingto- and Eastern Twentyfive thou sand dollars in cash and right o way was asked Half the a mount was subscribed and tigh- of way virtually pledged Th road will give this city direct connections with the coal arid timber fields fo Eastern Ken tucky Work will begin by March 1 and completion is guar anteed within six months there after The survey is already being made The capitalists back of the enterprise own much tim ber and coal lands in the territory through which the road will give an outlet The building of road is not bu a certainty Suit In the Fayette Oiacuit Court this week Mary Hazelwood sue the L Nand 1 E road for 20000 damage She alleges that last Juno these companies had an excursion to Natural Bridge that she had a round trip ticket from Avon where she goti Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Pall Millinery You can be suited here ladies ina Stylishand neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should spe our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies i Cloaks Jackets be Gapes 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 J C ShimfesseL T Kv J c RI IANGE MFG doWinchester Ky We Manufacture Flooring CeilingBlinds Varandaa trsysShingles and Pronto the the conjective everything We are Headquarters for Building Paper v Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc I Send i s Your Estimates F Promt ShipmentsI 1 on On her return the train di not s opt Avon but carried he to a point three miles beyond that place andthere tried to make her get off which she refused to do Lexiingtefmental suffering Winchester Democrat FurnaceYMr James Faught has been weeknMiss Glide Wireman visits- f Miss Mable I ewkirk Sunday Blythee Mr Francis Blythe visited his niece Mrs Ii G W Lyle Sunday Mr Roscoe Newkirk went to New Town Saturday on business Mrs Myrtle Faught visited her sister Mrs Alma Howell last week i Mr George Meadows is very low and not expected to live but a few days iAunt Nancy Conner who has been ick for some time is not expected to liveIMrs G D Howell and chil dhildren visited her sister Mre MondaysMr and Mrs 0 H Mackey of Mill visited Mr and Mrs G NLyle Jr Sunday Mr Allen Snpwden of Pilot Views vl8itetlucousin Dir G W Lyle Jrqand family this week and while here bought 800 pieces of fur from G W Lyle Jr and Sam Billings Mr and Mrs Allen Shouse JMondayent were Misses Carrie and Besse Barnes Addle Frazier EssieI Hendricks Dollie Shouse Lula Brandenburg Messrs Atch Howoll Oharli Barnes Everett Stewart Walter and Walker Shouse Omer Cole Asa Holman George Ohaney and Burk Bil lingi All present report a most enjoyable time Died Mrs Minnie Smithwife of Walter Smith at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Hen derson Messer Jan 25 with con sumption She had been sick severalmonths She leaves aJ loving husband to mourn her loss besides father wother brothers and sisters Your correspondent with the entire community join in sympathy for the husband and all the sorrowing relatives in their sad hour x f bereavements Xena F G Powelljjis at Patsey help ing sell the W H Noble stock of goods f Preaching herei8unday was well attended Revs Jacob Meadows and IraG Profitt addressed the audi ence The Fox hunters had several races here last week and the prospects are favorable fp more races this weekAlvin Folknerr deputy Sheriff was here one day last Week and arrested Wm Barnett forjunlawful sale of liguoia- 4r N t 4 Of1r25th there was a girl born to the wives of Jnmes McCoy and Dock Spencer oldestdthis writing Mrs Rogers is going on her 91st year and has always I been very hearty and stout Irvine Items Irvine Herald adS M Maples of Olay City was in Irvine this week Miss Katherine Smith of Somerset istheguestofDirsThomas- Williams Miss Judith Tudor is visiting frieuds and relativees in Louisville this week Mrs Norman and little son Gordon of Afton I T are guests of Mrs 0 T Grinstead On last Thursdry Leonard Cox was instantly killed bya limb falling and striking him on tho head Cox and James Reed wi re engaged in making ties near Wa gersville when the accident hap penedThe first tide of this season of any consequence is now affording the timber men a means of trans portation an immense amount of logs and ties are being floated to the markets below and it pleasing to announce that our mill is receiving a good supply of logs On Tuesday morning about a dozen tie rafts belonging to the Dean Tie Co were cut loose at the mouth of Station Camp and to run to Valley View At Whiteoak shoal a log raft had j across the channel during night and the tie drifts went pieces in a general smashup Fortunately all the men escaped uninjuredOn Thursday the body of Jack Ohaney was found where he had frozen to death at the mouth of Buck creek On Thursday just one week before the body was discovered Mr Chancy attempt pted to convey his household goods from Willow shoal to Millers Greek on some logs which he rafted togethee for this pur ose He was seen by severalf to whom he called as itoany attention to his entreaties and after landing his craft at Buck creek he perished only a few feet from the water where the body was found a week later He leeaves a wife and one child Notice to Owners of Dogs Owing to the prevailing epidemic of hydrophobia among the dogff of the city the City Council at its regular meeting Feb 8rd passed an order requiring all dogs running at large in the city to be securely muzzled and the Marshall was instructed to enforce said order JH TERRY Mayor J E BUBGHBB Clerk A man 75 years old who is said to have never tasted meat in his life is dead in Bell coun ty Guthreswith liabilities 20000 assets about the sam- eSHOE SHOP Opposite J B Raton Store I am prepared to make andre pair Boots and Shoes and also mendanything in the Itubber Line and repair Saddles and Harness Regular worx days in each week MONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY WESLEY GARRETT Clay City Ky ee sWheelo momentThevibrations an hour if its in good condition If the movement is slu 1taC onetenth of a drop of oil to make it run But it needs degreeHofJtake chances Let J watchInJ satisfy yo- uaWEBB J the Jeweler CLAY QITY ueoeetieeeoc The many little ways in which you could economizeit you only triedOpen a SAVING ACCOUNT at once and accumulate money e nough to rest awhile when you need rest without having to worry about money m4tterslWe receive deposits in our Savings Department One Dollar up and will pay three per cent interest com pounded every six months on your savings We have issued a booklet explaining the workings of this department which we shall be pleased to mail you upon request Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL OAEDS ww wwwwnwrw w awwwnnnwurntiwwrenu Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON QUAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY IO 1 r Y rte GOOD FLOUR Is the foun at on of successful Bread Making Pastry Making Good Cooking- The housewife who has been longing for a flour that combines all the good quplities should try Mansfields Flour Contain nil the nutrition of the wheat tastes good bakes light Buy BEST PATENT or MOUN TRIM LILY of your grocer and nve better bread in your home R C Mansfield Son ROSBLYN KY SPOUT SPRING Joe McKinney cut his foot pretty badly Saturday I J W l1gBipneyof Ruckqr yille was here a short while Saturday James Fand Tlios S McKin ney went to Irvine Tuesday on businessJames F JIcKinrioy sold a pair of young mules to John Greet for 150 Moses McKinney is visiting his sister Mrs George W Lewis of nearMt fv u +folksThe young enjoyed n i nico social at Mr A H Mcln toshs Saturday night Mr and Mrs Benny MoKin ney visited the formers unelii Mr and Mrs Thos S McKinney Sun dayMiss Katie Tipton of Clay City visited her aunt Mrs R Hood Curtis a few days this week Mrs Elizabeth Burgh has been quite sick the past few days Dr Littlepage is attend ing the case A very largo crowd of mem bers attended the regular meet ing of the Masonic fraternity at this place Saturday afternoon Henry Winburn has cut two valuable shade trees in the pub Jic school yard and the patrons of the district are very indignant at the action J The Baptist church at this place is still without a pastor and visiting brethren desiring to preach will be gladly receiv ed by the church membership RH Curtis an enterprising merchant of this place is now in the market buying railroad ties paying highest price for same If you Jiavo timber to selfsee him John W Burgher has bought- of B S Burgher the Fletcher property Qn Hardwicks vcreek for 850 cash The property comprises a fhyellirig and thir teen acres of land An exchange says the neat sum pfI8800JO is asked by the Secretary of War orgunpra- ceUp H in Breathitt county they indulge in gun practice withpufeaskingtheMgovernment for a cent f THE TIMES h PUBLISHED EVERY TUUKSUAY J B liurgher Publisher on Sobscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns second clnss mail mutter Thursday 7 Feb 4 1904 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 The people of Clay City would very much like to see the branch of the LttC E which is to be run from Indian Fields to Mt Ster ling start from this placeinstead of Indian Fields and is believed that it would be more profitable for the railroad people were it to start front here This may be true but the opportunity is past We have slept when we should have been hustling The branch road from Mt Sterling to some point on the LtC Eroad has been talked of for a long time Gut it has just now occurred to our people that this road should start from the metropolis of Pow oil If we could have gotten this road it would have been of tins told benefit to our people and much profit to our business en terprisesThis ld be a lesson to us so in the future when we see hi Sight we Avill go to pulling for it whether there I seems to be any showing for success or not Great things are obtained sometimes for the ask ing Trio old maxim of All things come to him who waits is superseded by the phrase All things cometo him who hustles This being true it occurs to the TIMES that Clay Oity is badly needing a commercial club to look up new locating enterprises pre sent our natural advantages and artificial inducements like our more enterprising sister cities have The Committee on Education No 1 of the House unanimously decid ed ttf report favorably the bill pro hibiting coeducation of whites and- negroesin Kentucky The cam- mttteelloar1 statements from per Sons advocating the bill and also from President Frost of BereaCol lege which sole institution will be affected by its passage The Rev Mr Oliver who rep resents Lyon county said if he were a member of the committee he would not permit President Frost to come before it no more than he would permit President Roosevelt to eat with his family As Harry D Egbert who had been condemned to hang at Salem Oregon stood on the scaffold says an exchange he said t My friends take mo as a mark keep your chil dren off the street and above all out of the saloons Bad raising and bad company js the direct cause of lily downfall A numberof parents should con sider well the above advice before passing it by Half the children in Clay City as In all other towns ore being brought up without cor rect parental guidance and it will be miraculous if a goodly number of them escape the penitentiary Sevualyoungstersthis town are already making rapid strides in that direction Vl rSenator Gnrinjias introduced a ittplllwfulcompany or an individual to transport any liquor into local option districts This bill shouldpnFS for as it now is it is v ry ihefiVctiVo und un satisfactory in the local option see tions Whiskey is shipped at will into dry towns from the wet districts thus overriding the in tent of the law and the wishes of the local optionists Some may think that with such a law enforc ed it would be more favorable for the blind tigers We doubt if it would for these unscrupulous deal ers ore as during as possible under the present restrictions of the law and they certainly could be ho more defiant under any law that could be enacted The Heflin Billf which provides an educational qualification that would eliminate the illiterate negro voter has been virtually killed by the action of the House which postponed the measure for an indefi nito timer STATE OF O CITY TOLEDO ssLucFRANK J CHJNEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENKY Co doing bus- Iness in the City of Toledo Coun ty and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of GATAKKH that can nut be cured bythe use of HALLS CATAKHH CURE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this Cth day of December A DjiSSO A GLEA jNji HallsCatarrh CUrais taken in ternally and acts directly on the bloodand mucrius surfaces of the system Send for iestirnpnialH Address F J CHENEY CoToledo Sold by Druggist 8r75e Hulls Family Pills lire the best House For Sale Cottage of four rooms in good re pair with four lots in western por tion of town Good water convenient FHANK JOHNSON I For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain mill dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache eta They will also by their calming action on the nerves almost instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tablllty Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering in their use you do away with the cause Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold in bulk DrMlleshavehadache caused by catarrhago I AntiPainyears the onllrcmedy tatover gave me I have not had one hard attack because I take a Pill dlmcultyGEOSAUNDERS FREE Notary TrialParka I nenudyforSpeclalIst will dlagnoso + case tell you what Is wrong owto tSt Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LADOnATOIUES ELKIIART IND r v Our Great Semi= Annual and Mid=Winter Sale Is now on int Full Blast Every article in our entiro stock of MERCHANDISE will be subject to reduction in priceand sowylines will bo cut very closo ns we are going to make some changes In several lines of goods that we carry Ladies and Misses Qfoaks will be soldatlricesthnt will insure their going We only have a few nod we dont aim to have any left tp carry over till next year and if prices will move thorn they are sure togo 1 nIt haveabout 40 suits of Mens Clothing to close out at some pri ejV are quitting the Clothing and are making attractive prices on what we have left to moveit Our Shoe Clean up In this we are closing all broken linesall discontinued lines all odds andendsof Shoes at surprisingly low prices In our regular stock of Shoes wo will make sweeping reduc tious on everything in Mens Womens oysOirll4 and Childrens Shoes in ordci to make some big changes in our Shoe De artment China and Glassware will be no exception nndtlio same low prices will prevail in this department There are excep tional values jo bo had in sume or these things Coupons given on all Sales and redeema ble in your own selection of Chinaware Mrs J W Williams Clay City IyIl Littlepage Son DRUGGISTS Clay City Ky Patent Medicines Paints Oil Sundries Stationery mid Etc Prescriptions carefully compounded w I The Whitest White Cake v 0 The Lightes Light Rolls IA And Flakiest Biscuit AVG IVImloVVlieii You UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A GAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 7 21 J 0 Il R H CURTIS Leader in iV c General flerchandiisei and Country Produce a road Ties- Kentucky t t I Spout Spring I 1 Your Patronage Solicited I THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY FEB 4 1004 u LOCAL BREVITIES Dont forget to muzzle that do if you want to savohi B scalp Joe Tuttle of Sams was tras acting business in the city Thurs day rMrs Dr Boggs of Jackson visited Mrs Noah Rose from Thursday tillM6nday Misses Ella and Carrie Ewen of Stanton visited relatives in I tho city from Saturday till Monday Sixtyone counties in Kentucky are now free from saloons there being that many counties where no license is issued Mrs E H Curtis of Spout Spring sends the TIMES for one year to her sister Mrs Win 0 Horn of Hubbard City Texas H G Burgher accidentally got a redhot piece of iron stuck to his right hand and badly burned while t tit work in his machine shop one day recently Mrs Ailcy Easter mother of Elder Albert Easter who has been very sick for some time is reported by her physician to bo on the mend Editor J Wise Ilagins is put ting in a new cylinder press on which to print the News and lIe is otherwise greatly improving his paper While away from home Mont day night some thief or thieves e Jirokeinto John Burtons saloon at the Granny Howard HIlland stole a few gallons of liquor of Roosevelts pleadings for large families must have been seriously considered by the people in the up per portion of Powell our Bowen correspondent reports five births this week f Tuesday was ground hog day but the forecast made by him at this time is quite hard to deter mine It depends altogether on the time of the day he came out of his hole- Another mad dog scare was pro yoked yesterday in the city by a rabid dog being discovered at large on the streets It bit n number of dogs and tho Marshall killed eight of this number Seventh avenue and Eleventh street are being graveled and put in good condition this weekly tho street committee The professional crap shooter also makes good streetliands The smallpox situation in Leo county which has been quite se yore for some time is now under control by the authorities it is claimedand it is hoped that the disease will he stamped out Elder B S Burgher of Win chester was here on business soveral days this week While hero lie disposed of a small piece of land on Hardwicks creek to John W Burgher for 850 cash 4PastorIrvin conducted services at Presbyterian churclrStin day Morning and evening At the evening services there was one addition to the church and tho ordinance of baptism was ad ministered by sprinkling wo I A K I I 1 Robert Ewen sonof James Ewon of Stantpn left Monday for LaMonte Missouri where ho expects to make his homo in the future Ho will join his uncle Wooden Ewen who has been in that State for some years The bridge crossing the L E Ry over Sixth avenue beyond Compag nys plant will be changed from- the first location to tho survey of street which will be much better than where the bridge was first started a The rates at the Clay City Ho tel have been increased to I50 per day The rate heretofore has been 1 00 per day but the management has learned that it is most impossible to run a first class hotel like tho Clay City at so small a rate hence tho ad vanceF Lyon was called to Chicago on Saturday to the bedside of his only brother who had been stricken with pneumonia The illness proved fatal and the body was brought to Georgetown on Wednesday where the inter ment took place Boattyville News Owing to the continual cold weather the prospects are more flattering than usual at this season of the year for an alla round fruit crop For several years the fruit in this section has been very short and it is hop ed that we will have a bountiful yield this year The Clay City National Bank has another fine statement in this issue The retort shows 107078 18 in loans and 108 052 20 individual deposits Each succeeding report of this bank seems to eclipse all former statements This institution has doub led its business since Cashier J F Cox took charge of the affairs Kentucky formerly couldnt be excelled as nn npple producing state but for some years past it has been falling behind until now it seems to have no rank in this line says an exchange Missouri is a great apple producer but the fruit so said by former Kentuckians now of that state doesnt compare in taste with that they used to get here D S Christopher a former citizen of this county but now of West Texas has bought a quarter section of land near Mi ami and will build a nice resi dence thereon We received a letter from him last week inclos ing 50 cents for the TIMES for the year 1004 and stating that the paper was a welcome weekly visitor in his home Mr Christo phers numerous friends in this section will be glad to know that he is doing well iIi his Western home MARRIAGES Mr Tom White and Miss Cad die Gravett daughter of Mr Al len Gravett of Hardwicks Creek were married at this place Wednesday Feb 3 at the residence of SquireD It DanieUn tho presence of a number of friends Rev R A Irvin officiating Mysterious instance One was pale and sallow and tho other fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Rings New Life Pills to maintain it By gen tly arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25c I at SwannDay Lbr Gos I 0 Nearly Forfeits His Life Arun almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it dified nil duet rs and till remedies But Buc klen8 Arnica Salvo had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruption and 25cVat SwannDay Lbr Gos- stoie 1 1 i i m Vhy wa8ltho whale that swnl lowed Jonah like the milk man who made his fortune He took a great prophet ont of the water Escape an Awful Fate DIr H Ilageins of Melbourne FJa writes My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done forme I was given up to die THe offer ofn free trair bottle of Dr Kingss New Dlscov ery for Consumption induced me to try it Results were startling I urn now on the road to reovery and own all to Dr Kings New Discov cry It surely saved mvlife This great cure is guaranteed all throat and lung diseases by Swann Day Lbr Co Price oOc S 100 Trial Bottles free Why woulda pelican mako a good lawyer Because he knows how to stretch his bill Bctteer Than Gold- I was trouble for several yers with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes P J Green of Lancaster Nll No remedy help ed me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medieines I ever used they have also kept my wife in excellent health for yere She says Electric Bitters are just splen did for female trundles that they area grand tonee and invigorator for weak run downwomen No other medicine can take its place is our family It Try them Only 60c Satisfaction guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Co KEIOKT Ol THE CONDITION =op THE Clay City National Bank At Cloy City in the State of Kentucky at the close of business Jan 22 1104 RESOURCES S Loans and discounts 107073 13 Overdrafts secured and un secured Vi 1197084 ILSBonds to secure clrcidH 27500 00 Premiums on U S Bonds 018 75 Stocks securities etc 18872 50 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 350000 Other real estate owned 2600 22 Due from Natl Banks not reserve agents 022 07 Due from alproedrcserven- gcnts 025082Du-efrom Trcn8ur State of Kentucky l 12745 Notes of other Natl Banks 000 00 LAWFUL MOSEY KESKRVE ix BANK viz Specie 1440510 Legal tender notes 7570 00 12221 09 Redemption fund with U S Treasr5 of ci Un 137500 Ill Total jf 10424837 LIABILITIES rCapital 50000 00 Surplus fund 480000 Undivided profits lessexpenses and taxes paid vi 600 48 Natl bank notes outltaning 27500 00 Dne to other National hanks 2690 03 Individual deIJOsltd 1iject to 0check6 r Total viv 19424837 STATE OP K COUNTY OP POWELL4set I J F the above named bank do s 1 swear that the abovo stntementfs true to the best of my knowledge und belief 5 F Cox Cashier I Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of Jan41i004- J V Thomas Notary Public My commission explsnt the end of the next session of tho Senat- eConuAttest TNO I ATKINBOX ilf II COURTNEY 0 COXI o O- Jr j A Directors J J rr 1 1 0 INSURE WITH 1e LYON SON The Lemliiifj IiiHiiniiioc Agcntl61 JEuHtorn ICciituolcy Over 200000000 Represented Every one whoknows anything nbout insurance know they are lenders in this line Startling Facts I AI Ee BARNETT SON Set the Pace and Hold the Lead With our Mammoth Store filled from bottom to topwith Nice New Clean Standard Goods bought in the best mar kets of the East We can supply you with any thing you needat prices so low as to make you wojider how we got themIEverything from a Paper of Pins to a Wed d ng Trousseau from a Cake of Soap to a CarLoad of Bacon Bring on your produce and receive the best prices the mar ket affords Nice obliging clerks are ut your service We hold the field in Tanbark and Ties and are Swapping your Uncle Sams Genuine coin for same allowing top market values in exchange Try us and be convinced that it is to your best interest to give us your trade Remember our Headquarters CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 2i j I urFrrh n Eo I I pollor tellwltdtrodtkpprNii+ Yur O EY r0 to 110 Pt A J F WEBB Tonsprial Artist L CLAY CITY KY ANice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always keen razors and clean towels 1 II51J FreeTrial PonOpens tiers EASYTO CLEAN Mrs Rorer eOLLAX prU11 U4fIIDr1 ifr find Mutate ron A Sltuatla 110 Book KeepIngBDsIness PHONOGRAPHY ITjpeWilllog Telegraph I edit WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of tile famoui end COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNWERSltY Awarded medal at World Exposition Refer to thnuiand of graduates In Coat of Full Bnilnvu Course InelodlDlt11 Lion trout and Board In family about O Shorthand Trpo WritiDg addTdlegraphy8pwttl6e VThe Kentucky Unlreralty Diploma under teal L lerar ure free If desired OudaateelocceufllIWILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky 0i a a a BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock Medi is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the s of digestion in a condition American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by them an oats atonal dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry in their food Any stock raiser may buy a 25cent half pound airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers all BllCkDraught Stock and- Poultry1Jledicine yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga ROCHBLLB Q A Jan SO 1902 BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine Se the best lever tried Our stock was looking bad when yon lent mo the medicine and now they are getting 10 Sne They are looking 99 per cent better BPBROOK3NOTOW The Sunny Sout- hFREEJ How to get IU A POSTAL CARD Sent will antbringneighbors whose names And Addresses you send as Sha Sunny youth fort torrent issue Send only Heeds of Famltle This Is the South Great Literary Weekly published at AtlAnta Ga only 50 eau a year Qrculatlon now over 75000 The sample copy you receive will rake you a regular Sunny South Reader The paper Is not devoted to news but literature romance fact and fiction and gives the test of all within this wide fold TIM most noted southern writers are among Its contributors Two good serials are always la progress from pens of national fame tA1 Sanny South teems with the life of the peat south The genial sun shine warns everything Into activity and the season Is never cold enough to check the hand of Industry The paper cooes fragrant with the breath of the magnolia and pine and rives out the very air of the orange pim and bay The beauty sad pathos the romance Ltd mystery of the land where the corn stores up the golden sunshine and the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be given In the wellHied columns of this fail eating weekly Snd on Potl Caret the names and addresses of six of yournelgh fcors who would appreciate the opportunity to read a copy of The Sunny South and ewe sample will be mailed free to sub Address All CommardcJtttons to 15fQ Sunny South Atlanta Ga FALL 1103 TREES TREES BY THE MILIJOH1 fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Smal Fruits Evergreens Rhubarb Aipir agni and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents bnt Beit Prices to the Planter Catalogue on application to H F Hilleivmeyer Sons Both Phones LEXINGTON KY CO YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADEMARKS DESIGNS Cot vltlolri s AC Anyone lendlnc a aketel1lU1d description may certatn our opinion cot intention leprobablfpaLflhItIIDIDUDIcalion strictly tent tree Oldest or ee arm patenta Patents taken through Nunnrecelvsspecial notlca wUhou Scientific flmcricatt A Handsomely ninstrated weekly stctr eolation ot any sdentlfla Journal Terms U a four months IL Bold by all newsdealer NewYorkanoh Pine RIdge Jack Parker sold one mule to Ben Hudson for 150 Tom Niblack bought one colt at Mt Sterling for 20 Mr J D Groves of Scott county is visiting relatives in this countye I John B Crow sold his farm at Log Lick to Mr Gross of Owsley county for 1800 The sale of Robert Gravett was well attended and good prices realized One horse brought 22 fodder 20 cents per shock house hold goods sold wel- lKimbreil TliOT Crow of Olark county was here last week on business Gus Embs has been quite sick the past week but is now imp ov ing some Jack Larison has sold his farm consisting of about 20 acres for 12800 to James Clem Jas F and Thos McKinney of Spout Spring passed here yes terday on their wry to Irvine on businessSome thieving has been going on in our neighborhood lately and our citizens are determined to put a stop to such operations Snow Creek Thos Wood attended court at Winchester Monday Born to the wife of Mr Ohulf Howard a big democrat Walter Rice of Winchester visited relatives hero this week H H Vivion visited friends arid relatives at Winchester last week iss Ella Martin was the guest of Miss Maggie Niblack Saturday and Sunday Mrs Frances Vivion lost a valuable cow last week caused by slipping over a cliff Thos Ogden Jr of Winches ter visited his parents from Sat urdu until Monday Sevornl of this place have sold their tobacco to Winchester par ties for 5 and U cents Sage The infant of Mr and Mrs Edd Wilson died Saturday last j Captain R M Pore has bid Cane creek an expected long farewellMiss Hardwick of Stanton is spending this week with Eva andEthel Wills Miss Amanda Willoughby will go to Oluy City this week to stay awhile at her uncle Joe Lowrys Messrs W H Poynter L 0 KashandJohn Ingle called on some ladies at this place Satur dayMiss Lou Emma Wills left Fri day for Ewington to staywith her sister whila her brotherin law Mr Jerome Skidmore is at Martinsville Ind being doctored for rheumatism Rice Station Elder J J Edwards is no bet ter at this time Elder T P Edwards spent sect eral days with relatives here last week Jas ALanter was called to the bedside of his sick father at Doyle vine last Saturday Born to the wife of James Adams un 11pound girl Mother and child are doing wellv IElder J T Tajpin preachedat Cow Creek Church last Saturday and Sunday Jeff Sorlvner is rseilinr out his things and prepiirfnto nioyeV to Oklahoma the first of lIarchi9 J D Smith and Miss Lizzy Har dy were mrrrled at the home of the bride6 father by Elder J 1Tur pin Died on Jan 26thjW4 II Uncle Jeptha CovinBtdnjaged 84 years Burial at lied eOltJtery last Friday m the honors of Masonry Peace be unto hisashcs Souioto it be ir Ij At the residencopof the brides father George Jolinabn Mr Geo Lanter and Miss Lillie A Johnson were united in theoly bonds of wedlock Elder JT Turpin oulci atingtJSBowen 1 David Howellwent to Stanton Tuesday on busitls taJ Tuesday for Indian Territory and the wild West Wm Townscn land daughter Louketty spent Suturday and Sunday with relatives and friends at Torrent Noble Burkharfr has the mammoth catamount which has done so muchlmischief to the poultry raisers tJ JSWm was called to Patsoy Thursdoyfto officiate at the wedding of O aytoll Hall and Miss Lilly Mullen Born to the tyito of Daniel Abney o girl wife of Jas McCoy a girltanaibthowife of Dock Spencer a girlf VSeveralmeasles are reported from the neighborhood and has caused a decrease of pu pils in our academy Michael Smith arid Tobe Rogers both of Torrent were down Friday night visiting our now Lodge of Odd Fellows which was recently organized with a large number of members Well well I that broad grin on the face of Grant Hanks is indi cative that there is a new girlat his place Mr and Mrs J 0 Townsend are also weringa sim ilar grin for they aro rejoicing parents of a big boy Emma the little daughter of Mr and Mrs H E Willis while playingin some ashes on the 25th ult which had just been carrri ed out her clothes ignited into a mass of flames and before the fire could be extinguished the burn was so severe that improved fatal and she expired a time We extend our hearlbfelt sympa thy to the bereavedjparents FEBRUARY NUMBER New Idea Woman Magazine An important and timely article in tile February number of the NEW IDEA WOMANS MAGAZINE is entitled An American Girl as an EnglisliTeerecs 1 Itiwritten by Michael White nn Englishman who speaks authoritatively upon that subject and wlip presents hiss opinion sattractijely A see ond chapter of a symposium called The Happiest Day oVMy Life will find many nppreciativeireaders A specialarticle upon bnttermnking under the heading oifIhe Coun try Womans Friend by Kate V Saint Maur is practiclo find useful The storieeiare bright and ntlre table iVhornpart 4 f tt = I MACHINE SHOP IfiLLKINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep lp Stock Steam Fittings Belting H se and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 12horse power The best known power for farmers and others printedisLT CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY CourierJournalIIENRY Ten or Twelve Pages Issued livery Wednesday 1 00 a Year REVENUE SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM BEST EnIT01tuALS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST STORIES BEST MISCELLANY SEAT PICTURES BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST POETRY BEST CHILD UEN1 8 PAGE BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF EVERYTIIINO COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangements j You cnn get THE TIMESA- nd the CourierJournaBoth One Dollars This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the TIMES office Rev Irl R flicks 1904 Almanac The Rev Irl R nicks Almanao for 1904 is now ready It will be 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Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of ihdivid 1 oats firms and corporations 848 Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop 1 Table supplied with the beat the markert nffoids Everything neat and clean Rates 150 per day M BAILEY Merchant and C- ustomMILLER = CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh Ground Doited Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 1 1902 EABTBOCND No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Dally ex Sun Stations P in A M Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 810 835 LE Junction 323 837 Olny City 800 0W Stanton 406 23 Natural Bridge 401 064 Torrent 449 1008 It BeattyvlllpJunc 511 1050 0 KJunct 011 1120 4r Jackson6 iU80WESTBOUND No3 NOl Dally ex Sun Stations P it Arm Lv Jackson 325 25 4 0 K Junct 2 80 0 20 1 BeattyvlllcJunc 820 720 Torrent 347 744 4 Natural Bridge 401 801 1 Stanton 430 828 Olur City 439 887 H LE Junction 60 010 1 Winchester 520 02- 3ArLexington605 1010 NosSand 4 make close connections for Cannel City and points on the O K Division dally except Sunday Nos 1 and 3 connect at LtE junction with 04 0 for MtSterling and local points Nos 1 and 2 connect at Bentty ville Junction with L A lor Beatty ville dally except Sunday J 11 BARROIIAS SCOTT Gun Manager Gen Pass Agt B E WEST With Slllinons Hardware Co St Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalizedwith Louisville and Cincinnati houses I j A MEATlIALTTIftt There Life aM SlreqtkIaEyery Drop A ocknlJflc coasaMaa of the taeatklc- oorfllumt of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LoulsTUle Ky January a tom KrOentlacmrIlaenminedyourMeatand Malt horoughiyacgwintedwithIts atatethat anedcieet nerveand blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and U ea y benlicla inMoue projtratlonand alldcaseaattendedwithdeblmy Yours truly 1D KASTENBINE M D LouUrlllo College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT 99 LoulmrtHf Ky I