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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w J fd oi J- H l fw i i fis lti g e iitt lR M I a er- o I THE CLAY TTY TIMESw rt t- I r S 50 Cents a Year In Advanc We arc here to help Clay CitYfi pnifrflnnling Country and Ourselves Jr I Burgher Jr Publisher VOL R CLAY CITY KrWlfesDAY APP LJ Ii 1903 NO 15 Too Much Killing A casual glance at yesterday evenings papers detected accounts of seven persons being shot and one stabbed in the State of Kentucky Say what wo will this ia barberism Two of these victims were wounded and oth ers in a dangerous condition Our opinion of ourselves as a people is entirely too good We have narrow foolish self appre ciatjon of ourselves we keep our eyes fastened upon our good deeds whilst going on withour hellish ones The protection of the law is growing to mean pro tection to lawbreakers Life is not so safe in Kentucky as it is in the Andes Mountains or on the plains of China or India Let the tide of reform rising in Lou isville and other parts break through the levees of a foolish pride and open our eyes to the real situation The preachers are right decidedly the public conscience does need an awaken ing Bardstown Jtecord F In this weeks paper will be found a project to send 120of the most popular teachers in the tState one from each county to the St Louis Worlds Fair Who will be the lucky one from Pow ell Here is a Jar the schoolchildren to show J their appreciation in a substan tial way for their favorite avote in this- iturntesstnlgstliep1i rom the 4 z j fcOd Chvv M- Ind will iippeilr in eachJBBuoof paper until the decision is We Sash Picketsx Stairways Shingles und Store Fronts made Its n good thing push it along Remember every cent goes to the benefit of the Kentucky Exhibit Association which all Kentuckians should he inter ested ill Not so With the TidIes The Winchester Democrat wants the business men of the Gateway City to purchase a page in the Jackson Hustler to advertise their advantages and busi ness in that sheet The SunSen tinel thinks this might create jealousy with other mountain papers and work more harm than good Wo dont believe it will as no other paper in the moun tains would likely dispose of a page for such purpose and if they would it would prove at once the mountain people that such paper was working for the bluegrass county and not for the county where it is published At least this could not be done with the TIMES j too many of our good people are emigrating to the Bluegrjiss to suit one who likes to see his country im prove Two Good Mottoes An exchange has two good mot toes that are applicaple to every village nnd town in the country The first is If you cant Boom dont Knock and the second is Buy your Goods from Roam Merchants and make this a Bet iceanddly illPowell county because at Ready For Business The firm of Shimfessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at tho 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 everything you need will be kept by ale and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of t Fall Millinery You can be suited here Indies in n Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you shouldspe our line A before buying Wo are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Gapes x AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line nt n dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of saute I am Respectfully yours r C Shimfessel I RELIANCE MFG Go Winchester Ky Manufacture Flooring doors Ceiling 1Blinds Weathorboarding- daaV Etc to already bargain We are I1eadquarEerslfoc Building Paper hn v Felt Roofing Fllntoid Roofiing t and Etc V rtI 7 Sendlus Your Estimates d Promt Shipments I Y I tf present it scQins unit numbers of dur people liaYeTJ mania to trade with Wfncl tv ihd Mt Sterling merchants tlF t Irvino Circuit Court Four sentencedLto the penite tnry during the term AvJvffIohiison was sentenced for tf ydre for tIle killing of BiuTAbneyV This was the third trial offense and when the for the jury ilrobVhsiell1j take the former sell was the ten earsBQuS also given two additionalj ears for stealing meat j L D FI3 uAvas also given a three years Grm for stealing meat j Nelson Imbry was convicted on thocliiarg6 of murder ing his faiilirsand given 10 years j E PrAsl craft was given I five years for m llslaughtor The grand jury found about i0 in dictments ViH yLacerated Willie Sriiuthat young man emplytd at ox and u son of Gilliieislmd n thumb nnrl index finger budly lucornted while ut ur there yesterday morning Dad Found The body o Leonard Tipton who was diwvTiTd itt Irvine some few weeks nuo iiiis been found near where it went WIr His widow his sued th 1 Iumber Comp ny for sibdplista due to 1Ua iljI I 1 tl aPP failed to agreeit brecent telill of Circuit Court Mrs Pearl Unlof Bowen liedI Monday consumption Funeral services by Reyjl A Irvin und burial Tuesday in the Stanton cem etery Site was a daughter of John W William Stanton 4 R SNoel is losing the hardware and iiotionjiepurtment of hi store out at public auction G W Clark is the nuctioneerI iRo istittowling the Presbytery at Georgetown which is in session there this week J The heavy r JlfsllIesdnyIlnd Tuesday night r out into the bottoms LI MAY NUMBER New Idea Womans Magazine In consonance with its name the New Idea Womans Magazine for May presents many novel fea tures in dressmaking und in every department of domestic interest It opens with a charming paper by Constance Fuller McIntyre up on lTlm marriageable Ago j Em mn A Osborne writes about New Yorks Chinatown delightfully j Katherine Louise Smith tells of the new fad Gaj Shows mid Cut teries j Nancy qrull has The Living Room for her theme i and Ebon Iloxford presents Garden I Gossip in his authoritivo matt ner In addition to these special features the special departments are attractiveljpet forth all I it stories ane verse there i unusual varietysuperiorjquality The N w oiler many tempting opportuni ties to the home resslllulel- ej IOj Two deeds were J for record ut tliQ Fayettecounty clerks office this week one was made in 1851 and thejother in 1813 r e TH- ERacket Store Owing to the recent illness of my pntire family I 1m vp been unn blejto servo the good people of Pow ell Kstill udjnhtingcounties us I would have liked to buret done As we tire now nil 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 feel when you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are 1lYll- tgTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Ciipsniul Saucers Gain iteware Tinware Fancy Ar titles Blankets Quilts t Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q vcrills Toilet Snaps nnd a Thousand and one other things will be carried by our RACKET STORK Dont foil to visit us is we will sell everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE GlOTes 1 Ii pmt can t oat ell ley run from lOc per pair up to 50c They ore worth very much more We curry kinds for the Ladles the Boys and the Girls and we didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDY and it is good mind Fresh Peimtt Couonnut Usbut it is nice you might get some of those Kisses nnd give them to your Girl and ulio wont think any the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens 8100 SHOES only 8i 23 Ladies 3 00 1 iB I I 200II llI 2 75II II 110 Childrens 2 00IL 10 t 1 25I 4- 1t 751 u 22 50c RUBBERS 4 24 Wool Lined Rubbers II J5U Underwear Heavy Fleeced Shirts worth 67 cents only 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75c only 45 HeavyMoneShirts worth SOonly 25 4t 4 Drawers 50ft 25 Ladles Underwear only25e per garment The Racket Store r 1 We are agents for the Butterick patternInodont happen to have in stock Mrs1 W Williams Clnv City Ivy Itl11 1tMAL1r THEDEAL TONIC AND srcoxsTFUCTive Theres LtD asJ Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD 11ALT Louisville KfJaaarfsi tom ilEATa MALT CO LouUvtllc Ky Oeiitlimtn Harhvr examined Meat nnllb1t y i Kfcexeita tetappetlt0pinnd invigorate nerve and dt Ceikncvrt 1 H bcnencUl In nervous prnitratioi ami all dieascsIIttcnded with debility Yours L D KASTCNBINE 1 D LoulsvUis College of Phansac WEUT MALT CO LoulsvltSa fr oeoocoOOOGo 0 The Balance IWheel i 1 Loekfnrido y ouruutchantolnrnto Itlllnn ie lI1klng180tIO vTira oenotir ft condition If the movement is sliipJ agish theres gometliiiiK wrong o J will move a558 mlles in n yenr and g o requires less than onetenth of n drop e of oil to mike it rain limit it needs I that little bunny The lenst degree niterseavnteliaJ I satisfy you J o 0 WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY 0 eooeeeeeo With a bank account for support you can laugh nt 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 ninny anything over your actual expenses Clay City National Bank Clay City1 ky IUOKESBIONAL CAllUS 44P Dr C B DICKSON DENTISJ CLAY CITY in R A IRVIN Mr D IPHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY 1 r B LITTLEPAOE Mr- PHY8101AN D AND SURGEON x CLAY OITY KY T STest titTHE 0LA T TTYt 1yl TIMESI II M I r j swl 50 Cents a Year in Advsncr1Veare here to help Clay Cite nrr Dnling Country and Ourselves J E IJiirglicr Jr Publisher vot 8 CLAY CITY KY WfpSDAY AP11LI 1 1003 NO 15 Too Much Killing A casual glance at yesterday evenings papers detected ac counts of seven persons being o shot and one stabbed in the Stater of Kentucky Say what vo will this id barberism Two of these victims were wounded and oth ers in a dangerous condition Our opinion of ourselves as a people is entirely too good We have a barrow foolish selfappre ciatjon of ourselves we keep our eyes fastened upon our good deeds whilst going on with our hellishones The protection of the law is growing to mean pro tection to lawbreakers Life is not so safe in Kentucky as it is in the Antics Mountains or on the plains of China or India Let the tide of reform rising in Lou isville and other parts break through the levees of a foolish pride and open our eyes to the real situation The preachers are right decidedly the public 1conscience does need an awaken Record In this weeks paper will be found a project to send 120of the most popular teachers in thet IIState one from each county to the St Louis Worlds Fair Who PowIellfor the scliool children to show a their appreciation in a substan tial for their favorite teach elyUAll baHotfpr a in tins must lea ronvthe s j di r iifis rf kill appear in euch188UO of the paper until the decision is doors Ceiling Blinds Pickets and Fronts made Its a good thing push it along every cent goes to the benefit of the Ken Lucky Exhibit Association which all Kentuckians should ho inter Not so With the Ti Acs The Winchester Democrat wants the business men of the Gateway Oily to a page in the Jackson Hustler to adver tise their and busi ness in that sheet The SunSen tinel thinks this might create with other papers and work more harm than good Wo dont believe it will as no other paper in the mountains would likely dispose of a page for such purpose and if they would it would prove at once to the people that such paper was working for the bluegrass county and not for the county where it is published At least this could not be done with the TIMES too many of good people are to the to suitone who likes to see his country im prove Two Good Mottoes An exchange has two good mottoes that are to every village and town in the country The first is If you cant Boom dont Knock und the second ie Buy your Goods from Home Merchants acid make this a Bet tet Y t ellt 11 ishoulJjeobseryod fpeuml illPowell county because at I Ready For Business The firm of Waldron having been dissolved and the closed I will continue the business at tho old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My New Goods are Here A nice clean stock of you need will be kept by ate andsold at close prices I have an elegant line of f fall Millinery You be suited here Indies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere Tho price for 4these goods is very reasonable nnd you should SPO line buying Wo are closing out a nice line of Ladies CapesrAT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C Shimfessel I ttlIANcJ MFG- Winchester Ky Co We Manufacture Sash Flooring i Weathorboarding Varandas Stairways Shingles Etc Storo Remember purchase advantages jealousy mountain mountain our emigrating Bluegrass already applicaple ly Shimfessel partnership wellselected everything can our investigate ra We are Headquarters for Building Paper y Felt Roofing V- Flintoid Roofing vy 1 and Etc y d l t r Sendus Your Estimates t ii r I Promt Shipments C s n t I i 4 1pS r I 1- f y0 c t t itseoiii that numbers of iduimania to trade with WinciiestjeSterlingtmerchants Mt Irvine atstort Four pers i i Were sentenced to the penife tmry hiring the term AJ4 Jo111150n was 501- 1telleed fortetires for the kill ing of Bud Abne v This was the third trial fofctliiii offense and when the cal jvhsready for the jury JohnsQiMagrecd to take the former seti 9 which was the ten years Spawns nlso given two I1dditiOli ears for stealing meat L D Iltiwas also given a three eari3frm for stealing meat Nelson lbrr was convicted on tluflnrg of murder ing his fut1LlIld given 30 years EP lcraft was given five years f The- grand jury foadabout i0 in dictments Vr1 r andBd Lacerated Willie SriiiitheSi youn man cm pl vTed at e oxfuctory and n son of GngSuTtlierp hml n thumb and index finger budly luuernted while at wufrjcl there esterda morning BodtfFounJ The body Tiptonxwho was drO uc some few weeks acropjasj been found near where it wcntrnider Ills widow has sued thit1JRtjne Lumber Com pany for vSlbj0lpingIs one to- iiiiJlct lk 71 5 t+ lj aPe failed to ngre o at hli recent teria of Circuit Court Mrs Pearl Hull of Uowen died Monday consumption Funeral services by RevR A Irvin und burial IuesdayIn the Stllntl n cem etery Sire was a daughter of John W WillianlH oftanton R SNoel is Closing the hard ware nnd notion epllrttnert of his store out at public auction G W Clark is the auctioneern Rev R A isattending the Presbytery ut Georgetown which is in session there this weekj The heavy rains Tuesdayitnd Tuesday night has put the river out into the bottoms MAY NUMBER New Idea Womans Magazine In consonance with its name the Now Idea Womans Magazine for May presents many novel features in dressmaking and in every department of domestic interest It opens with a charming paper by Constance Fuller McIntyre upon The Il1l1rrin Emt1 ma A Osborne Yorks Chinatown delightfully Katherino Louie Smith tells of the new fad Oaf Shows and Oat teries j Nancy Hull hits The Living Room for her theme and Ebon Iloxford presents Garden Gossip in his tuthocitivo manlier In addition to these features the 5pecialdepartmeuts- are attractiveljpet forth and in short un verso there is unusual variety andsuperior quality The New Idea patterns offer many opportuni ties to the home dressmaker fIi Two deeds wer lodged for record at the Fayette county clerks office tills week oneJof Whtob vac made in 1851 and the otherin 1853 VI f i t RacketI Stores Owing to the recent illness of my nntire family I have been unn blejto servo the good people of Powell Estill n nd ndjoiii5ng counties as I would have liked to hate done As we life now fill able to to eat nil wo can get and then sonic we will from now on supply you with goods at startling LOW PRICES eo you will feel when you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Ar tidies Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts o venlls Toilet Soups IIndIL Thousand and one other things will be carried by our RACKET STORE Dont full to visit us is we will sill everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE GlovesYi Yauennf boii tem 1eyrunfro J lOc per pair up to 50c Theyare worth very much more We carry all kinds for the Ladles the Boys nnd 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 cat CANDYand it is good und Fresh Peiitiut Couonnut Chocolate Lennon and Cream 0 but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them to your Girl and she wont think any the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOES= Mens 84 00 SHOES only SS 21 Ladies 3 00u 1 7SJ I 200II 09 ce 2 75 111 10 Childrens 2 00II IIno125ss 40- i 754 II on- flOc RUBBERS II 24 WoolLined Rubbers 1 5W UnderwearHe- avy Fleeced Shirts worth 67 cents only 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75c only 45 IlenvyJIonsShirts worth fiOonly 25 1 IC Drawers 60 25 Ladles Underwear only 25e per garment Tie RacketStore I We are agents for the Butteriek Ion and will get any pattern short notice for you that wo dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W Williams Chits City Ivy f EAT i MALT THE DEAL TONIC MID RtCONSTFUCTIVe Theres Lifo asJ Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential cocstituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Kyataisrfsi sox JIEATa MALT CO Lot isviUc Ky LetamenHaTiraexaminedyrntTMmtaw1JLdti sate tint it Is an efficient nervollM blood oic It ahjlldiseasesattendedwlthdcbUlty Yours truly L D KASTENniNE M D LoulsvilJs College of Pharnac KEXT KIALT CO Louisville ire eeesesss ssoeeo ost+ o 0 The Balanceo Wheel i a Look inside your wutch Il nl01111IIt o- a lllnn syheel is 1J1klng1SOIlO JITmhon8i of r o To condition If the movement Is stuffpeo gish theres something wrong o 0 wlllllloc uuoo miles in n year and go requires less than onetpntli of a drop I J of oil to make it run Itut it needsthat little badly The lonst of friction on tho bearing alters the motion Dont take tlinnccs Let mo clean and oil and put your watch J gin order for a year It ss pay and e satisfy you iWEBB the jewele- rS jo S CITY 0- ooeoo eo Witha bank account for support you can laugh nt 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 regularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky IUOKKSSIONAL CAlmS uNgninaoryPN N r4 YNNN4PMIrbNrOrOMP W Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LlTTLEPAQE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY u r TRIES M- THP VUHLISIIED EVERY TIIUKSDAY J E Burgher Jr Publisher u nn Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad ranee otherwise 75 Cents Enteredns secondclass mail mutter Thursday April 0 1003 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged elute rates with the following papers at prices helow mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 IC Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING- J W McKinney of Clnrk county was up last Wednesday Toinmie Christopher went to Winchester Monday on busi no ts Tlios S MeKinney has opened ii large job of tan bark peeling and tic making The fruit which was bloomed out in this section was killed by the freeze Saturday night Bob lipton one of Montgom cry countys lending cattle deal ors was here the first of the weekMarried at Paris Tuesday March 81 Miss Laura Burton and Mr Fk Stoker The bride form erly lived near here where she lifts several relatives and numer ous friends i t W J Christopher and E H Curtis our enterprising and gen erous hearted merchants are do ing some ditching on our streets which is materially improving their condition Uncle Joseph P Wright who has been in failing health for some time was taken worse Tuesday and Dr Littlepage was summoned Owing to his ad vanced age his condition is not considered very favorable Elder Oscar 0 Brown of Madison county filled the stand at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday preaching two interesting sermons He will preach for this congregation again the nesc first Saturday and Sunday Stock of Goods For Salo I offer for sale privately ny en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good stand und good store house A splendid op portunity for any one desiring to enter a business of this kind W J CHRISTOPIIEK Spout Spri g Ky J o Snow Creek Marion Dawson sold to Mr Forman ono mare for X8- 0J W Rice of near Stanton was visiting friends here this weekRev Culton preached two very interesting sermons at Log Lick Sunday to a good sized crowd Miss Minnie Kerr of Sharps burg Bath county visited the family of her Uncle J D Kerr at this place last week J G Vision and wife visited the latters father John W Scott ofSiear Stanton last week and at tended the burial of Miss Emma i oj ivScott r t Y r A Sunday school wilhbe organ ized at Log Lick next Sunday at 2 oclock Come out everybody take apart and help to carry on the good work l 0 Sams We are lhivingsono nice weath er at this writing April brought the usual num ber of April Fools Mrs Ara Tattle anti little son are very sick at this writing W H Wiseman L B and H B McIntosh made a pleasure trip to Roiiick Station last week John D Wiseman who has been below for some time visited his parents one night last week Jim Bellis has taken tho rates off df our new county road Hur rah for Mr Bellis What we need is better roads free from obstructions Virden Aunt Bottle Everman is very ill at this writing Wm Mastin was at Clay City Monday on business T B Ware was in Clay Oity Monday on business Mrs Tolitha Patrick bought a cow of LukeNiblack for 85 Uncle Ras Fisher and fami ly visited 0 0 Ourtis Sunday Uncle Ras Fisher sold a horse to Greely Snowden for 20 Miss Lena Fisher is confined to her bed this week with the gripThe people in this neck o the woods are hustling around get ting ready for farming portionand will put in about six acres of sugar cane and about that much in corn Harris Nickel Plate Show Mr J J McCarty orator of Buffalo Bills Wild West while in the Item ofllce Saturday evening nnd seeing the advertisement of Harris World Famous Nickel Plute show said cThe Nickel Plate is one of the best shows on the road today I dont see how they can give so much for tho money but they do it You may assure your readers on my recommenida tion that they will find this show clean uptodate full of amuse ment and worth more than the money they have to pay to see it The Evening Item Richmond lad May 8 At Clay City Saturday April 11 IIOLLEII FUUJn l k + nruttisiltulss- asWhat 010 f II Sl f it Stands For 1- y v Our Brand on Jhe end of + the flour barrel is a guarantee ftmodern methods making a 4 ithatt of the wheat berry Buy MANSFIELDS BEST PATENT of your grocer und thave better und whiter bre- adjRCMansfi01dSon 1 KOB8LYN KY H+++ t1o tfXt alerrh 4 i Leaves ttOklahoma A party of emigrnntnfmm Hreiitliitt county late Tuesday for Oklahoma If the exodus from this county continues much longer it will be nlmo depopulate Hows This We oeffr One DIJmsVReward for anv case that cannot bemired by Hulls Catarrh Cure F1OheneCo Toledo O Wb the under Iglied have known F J Cheney for lho lust 15 years and believe hirnperfectly honors We in till busine transactions and financially able to curry out any obligations mac1 by the firm WKST is TKUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WALPINO KIN NAN te MAKViN Wholesalo Drug gises Toledo Of Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon thej bloodand mucous surface of the system Testiraioniulw sent free Price 75e per bottle Sold by all Druggist hulls Family Pills are the best Beautiful forMrs Grove her beautiful home for sale The property is one of the best in Powell county 4JcrDlS Utf 0 Dont forget this ofllce when you need nny kindofJob Printing uuu M BAILEY Merchant ant Custom MILLERCLAY GlTYj KY Custom work six days in the week Fresh odhandYGrinds for onesixth tole MACHINE SHOP fiLL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Keep II Stock Steam Fittings Belting liose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSOi3UILD Gasoline Engines In 3 5 8 and 18 horsepower The best known power for farmers and others printedisLT CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY I 5 Consumption Cured Easily By the t Fi I i pi nolthod shJNoyellrsA soldier who m the Philippines discovered and brought home alcertain atire for Consumption acadall com plaints Particulars and proof tifreeCORP WILSON J Caltexd r FREE TAPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIRS I ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOLTEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID School children end public invited to vok to determine the most popular 1 in every county ten cents each ten cast at one time All money over and above trip es of ers Into erection of the 11 Kentucky Dulldl tat the Ex t voter thus the satisfaction of knowing worthy cause and important object have been aided at the same time favoilte teacher has received recogn tlon Contest con ducted tlntferAnaplces of Itdu ntltnal Rxhlblt mlttre of ExhibitrAssociation the organization A lortnrd to raise 100000 forn Kentucky Building and full prodncFair the Legislature having tailed to on apptopria tion Every educator 8tale whlrert ch r In nub JHe or private schools or member of faculty of academy college or university medical dental nr theological institution or catholic denominational school Is eligible to election nducattonailixhibit Committee alone ex epted- I mes of ail school cJllldren enrolled In the Kentucky DuUUng et the vxpo- aWon Kentucky wUl have en educational exhibit feet of In the rolace of Education 1hcfxposltfanistobethegreateatinlrrnationaloentInlheworlda his tory The ITO teiclicrs chosen will be lucky in being tendered this trip to the Fair county elCtsli own most popular ednoator 1hecount outside of Jefferson casting thelargest- number of votes vrlll bi allowed to send two teachersthe most popular and the second most t populariTHE TOTES Will BE TEX tEnS EACH TEX COSSTITBTISfl A BALLOT r- At ten each school child in the will be nble to cast at one vote for his or her favorite teacher llut the voting will iiot be confined to school children FAIIKNTS OP PUPILS lilt ANY OK TIIKIR FIIIKXDS MAT VOTE The of the Assoc itlon being toelect the popular school teacher In e cli asrocuasidcedbXthepublic generally as well as by the school children Itkllots contain teu spaces so or may beat tanged and each giving ten cents be ciedlled with his or her vote Irene person de sires to cast ton voter it tuny tie done by writing his or her name i n ore of the spaces and ting tine dollar It is uot required that the name ot the person voting begiwartttlL All if the for voters narar may lie left blank The Association however to tnroll in the Kentucky Building at St louts next the name of every child who ca t one or Wore votes In the contest Pupils lire uslced theteLetosigntheir names plainly to the ballots ALt KXPKNSES OP TUG TS trilFHS WILL TIU PAID by the As oclatlon This will include J railroad transportati n f om Louisville o 1 1 Touls mid return board at pne of the best hotels In the city lor six days and adaisdon TIII1KE PARTIES W III UK 1DIIPFROMTIIEif0TPOPiTLARTFtrRFIiStomakethetripVii more profitable and more cnJoyablc lIcll 01 these partWswill eonsttofforty4oteachentThis- would make total of t tClthrs but liS there Are tl counties In b the Aa ton his decided to allow two teicherft the must popular nnd the sec nd most p ipulxr to go that cauuty Jeflerson cxceplcd which casts the greatest iiumbtrif vines in the contest ALL TKlCIIKKH IN TUP STATR STAND ON AY FIJ FOOTISO In Ms contest The teacher with only twenty pupil may receive more v tea than the teacher wlh five or fix times as rnxny enrolled his or her school because the voting is not confined to children Tbi4 public will be an Important factor Votes may be cast for any person who taught school during zoos or Is trachln now This tIns the teAcher ot a five school u Men clo eil in November or December the opportuni ty to be voted for during the Vacation period ANY UJlItKlt OK HA MATH WAV HE CST AT ONE TIME There Is notimlt The more dol lars sent in for any one teacher the more votes he or she will be ct edited with ONKUOLI4 It CASTS TK N VOTE TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWHNTV VOTES THREE Or1LLAH4 CASTS TIIlITY VOTES FOuR DOLLAR4 CASTS FORTY VOTES PIVK DOILAR4 ti CASTS FIFTY VOTES TKN DOLLARS CASTS A HUNDRED VOTES HUNDRED DOl- LAR CAMrS ONE THOUSAND VOTES All of the money received in this contest over and abive that used In defrnylg expenses ol the tam most teachers of the Stale on thelrtIla to the Worlds gn lor the errc ttonofaKentucky at therxjiosit on so eerv werinthis contest may have the addi tional of knowing tlat he has aldUd a worthy cause Tug 8TANDIXO OP Till COXTRSTAXTS wiLt DE 1IlU TED FREQUENTLY In each to show his or her friends how the IBCC IsbHngrun Begin now fvotltaschoolt- eacher Th votes wi 1 be c muted under the supervision of the Educational Ifxhlblt Committee of the Association The neromielpf thli Is as fj lows Prof II O Drownell Loulatvine Chairman Prof II V MCChenerlraulfort Trot R Ilalleclc IouUvlllejrrof W II 1 Ditrtholoinrw LouUvlle Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danville i Pies dent William Dltiwtddle Jatkson Dr W G Frost Keren Dr D L Iluntno Louisville Dr E Y Mulllns Louhvillc Dr Arthur Yager Geon clown Superintendent M A Cassidy Lex ington Superintendent 8 roo Frogge Frankfort rof C Jlcltenry Rhoads Owcnsboro T B Hellevue Trof C O Cherry Rowling Green Prof Knos Spencer LouUiille Miss Pattie S Hill Louisville i Sirs K Bracken Louisville and Mrs Louisville Members of the Educational Committee are not illglble to election in this contest t 1counticlIJuhyorAugustCLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1e cast TEN votes for We or I ggA I of as the most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED L t 1 r lOc 10c t 1C T 10c 10c lOcI loc I10c I 10c 10c Voters are not require to their but the Association wants all school cbUdrenIvoting to do so as will them in the Kentucky Building Voters the option of sending ballots direct to the Secretary of the Association or to the trom which dipped Additional ballota be obtained getting extra or his papcr 1 RemIttances be made by certlfird check registered letter t teat postage express or postal money orderor In currency atseuderarisk Address all communications to K U HUGHES Secretary Louisville Ky The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuitis i Are Mudo Tlicii You Use i Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed sSold Fr r BuUtto Wear Fioished to Ples1 i0j reruLtinnfor laipecpeacechetg newrstunllcite attractive line of high gradn carrlaeri priceALBION Urt ALBION niCH J r 4S rJy rvy a C it Votes teach IURO a a i make apace cents every State least moat want II only from ONE 1 i Alley sign names F A t l THE TIMES t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY APRIL 9 1903 LOCAL BREVITIES u North Middletown suffered a 17000 fire last week J H Dawson of Rabbittown was hero Saturday on business Sunday is Easter and the eggs I are cheaper this year than com lion ooloryour Easter eggs with White Rabbit EggDye Sold by Littlepage vC Son Mrs Nancy Barnett has the TIDIES sent to her grandson Joe W Daughetee at Straud N Dak H B Barnes of Furnace was in town Friday and while hereI called in and subscribed for the TIMES D McKinney Esq and son Bennyof Spout Spring were in town Friday after a load of seedoats Sunday school which suspended for the winter months was reorganized at Powells Valley Sun ay evening An exchange says the Easter bonnet will be very plain So also will be the bad words when the bills come in The receipts of the Winches ter Postoffice last year exceeded 10000 which entitles this city to free delivery The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy 1 t J i to take pleasant in effect For sale i by all dealers in patentmedicine Dr H L Ray was taken very sick at George Kincaids Tues lay Dr Littlepage was called and found his condition not very serious Work has been resumed on the new Presbyterian church The foundation which was laid last full has fallen to pieces and has to be relaid Clarence E Woods a well I known newspaper man of Richmond has been appointed by Senator McCreary to the office of private Secretary Pastor P H Willis occupied S his pulpit afc the Methodist church Sunday morning and at night as did Eld E W Marcum at the Christian church Eld W F Clemons well known to the editor and our Es r till county readers has sold ou his business at Nicholasville and 1willmove to Indian Territory I Ice formed Saturday night and the ground froze The frui is most all killed everywhere in this part of the state Th blackberry crop is to show up yet You should not fail to see that nobby line of spring and summer Dreps Goods now on display I nt Mrs Williams They are In all the popular shades and weaves and at living prices t John Larison diedat the home of his parents on Hardwjcks 1Creel Monday April 0of ty phoid fever aged 21 years He i leaves a mother father five I brothers and sisters to mourn his I ljss I r fjNfi + di I I s It iitq I v i- I Well made Ready made in la dies Skirts New patterns new styles lowestpricesIms Clay City Ky J W Tipton has moved into the Dillard Patton property which he bought last week and H Q Warmouth has moved over his store where Mr Tipton mov ed from John W Henry our expert photographer handles also a nice line of picture frames He has just received some real lovely brooches and buttons of the lat est patterns The law requires the school census to be taken sometime dur ing the month of April so the county school trustee has a job on his hands for which he never gets any pay The postal authorities have is sued an order to postmasters that no pension checks can be delivered to anyone save menlbers of the family of the pensioner and then only on a written order The Winchester Democrat ap peared last Friday in a new Springdress The Democrat is one of the most popular country papers published in the State be sides being one of the most influential Clay City will he visited by a circus Saturday the 11 W H Harris railroad show will be here on that date and give two performances at 2 and 8 p in This show is said to be conduct ed on honest principles and does not make it a pointer to scoop in dollars just any old way so they get them Going to Washington A party of about fifteen will leave Spruce Montgomery county next Wednesday the 15th for faroff Washington State They go there to homestead timber land E L Webb son fo Rev J A Webb of this place with his family will be one of the party The Rev Webb is also going at this time Hon John McKinney the oil King of Hardwicks Creek was in town Thursday on business Mr McKinney says that the field in this part of the State will be fully developed by him at once and further says he expects to see it the richest in the State Heres hoping that his predic tions are true and when verified we dont know but what farmer Geo W Clark will also be in duced to lay by the plow han dles and embark in the lucrative alreadyhasWe have added a line of Ladies Muslin Underwear in the desirable garments and at popular prices Williamst Ky The jury in the case of James W Bess charged with the mur Mart a ver pune disordered stomach may cause no end of trouble When the stom ach tails to preform its func tions the bowels become deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases the most fatal of which are painless and therefore the more to be dreaded The important thing is to restore the stprnach and liver to a heathy condition and for this purpose no better preparation can be used than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all dealers in patent medicine i v t I S- l t 1F t v Grip Remedies in Great Demand When eohdr and grip are preva lent the quickest and surest reme dies are in great demand Mr Jo seph D Williams of McDuff Vu says that he was cured of a very deepand lasting attack of la grippe by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying several other preparations with no effect For stile by all dealers in patent medi cline 0 Wants It will be remembered that the Knoxville Nursery Company failed to deliver n number of fruit trees they sold in this section last fallat the stated time and thereby had them left on their hands This company Has brought suit against the Cincinnati Southern R R for S970 damages for delay in the shipment Danger of Colds and Grip The danger from colds and grip is their in pneumonia If reasonable care iused 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 yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For salo byall dealers in patent medicine i Hang Days Fixed Gov Beckham has fixed May 15 as the date for the execution of John Black colored of Louis ville and Wni McCarty of Lex ington A motion for a rehearing has been filed in both cases SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by Ope Bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy When 1 had an attack of the grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bottle of Chamberlains Cough Reme dy says Frank W Perry editor of the Enterprise Shortsville N Y This is the honest truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoon ful of this remedy and when the coughing spell would come on at 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 a most agreeable surprises putting it very mildly I had na idea that it wouldor could knockout the grip aim ply because I had never tried it for such purpose but it did and it seemed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be of less duration but the pains were far less severe and I had not used the con cents of one bottle before Mr Grip hud bid me adieu For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Some men are naturally absents minded and others forget judi ciously ill 2 I Y Atone Half the Co- ltLion Coffee has better strength and flavor than socall ed Cancybrandl Bulk coffee at1 the same price Is not to be compared with lion In quality Ia lbw air tight iMaM packages 7SFT jI r 3 t Just Received From Factoril THI OKEATE8T MAT AlCSMAN IN AMJUCA rA COMPLETE LINE OF THE a SHIELDS MATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED OY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles r AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLB AGENT 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 land they can depend upon getting everything they need at liv ing prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it I we are going to trade with you We are now coducting a general store Spoutspring where i the people of this section will find the same courteous and fair dealing as at the main store treatmentf l We Are In The Timber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbark and RailroadTies in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the CASH when your wagon is unloaded 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 J F WEBB Tonsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will al ways find ken razors and clean towels stl LaundryAgency in Connection 2S Dont fail to give him a call D1 DHWHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop atJthe old race crossing 1 n a I c Our line of Straw and Grass Mat tings arc superior to nay thing shown in this viciiity in qualities for the prices Would be glad to have you look them over before buying Mrs J W Williams Clav City Ky STANDARD I Shuttle Rotary RTAXDABD ORAKD SWELL FROM LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that rMfmatl3COfp rile Standard Rotary runs as silent as the titir of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 00- vrmy to our local dealer or If there Is M m your town address Inn Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio TV T WEBB Agent Clay City KJ n Every Dealer Sewing Machine fbooU carry a Haiti ayjftltf l Ale Toilet Soaps Amole Barber Soap Am Ie Shaving Cream Amele Shampoo This line of hlghgradesoaps and preparations command ready sales and are in large demand In all sections of the coun tryMade from acombination of pure oils and the Mexican Amole Plant long cele brated for its aseptlo and peculiarly cleansing properties These soaps embody features which particularlyAdapt- them to delicate and sensitive skins If you wish a staple line which wlllal way give satisfaction and in which there is a large margin of profit order at once through your Jobber or write direct for prices and special Inducements to Mexican Amole Soap Co Peals Ill TIIE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED- N H WITH EnsP0o4 Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 Ve solicit the accounts of individ pals firms anti corporations 542 All sickness 19cauvdbydfseaaegerms These terms ore in tinir we brcatlie in the water we drink in the foud we eat and our bodies are full of then Any disorder of the blood stomach or boils or any brutes or cut on the body will put these germs to work and sickness and pain follow To restore health these germs must be killed Kings Royal QenneUur U A GERM KILLER Taken Internally It poos Into the blood and through all the pores In the burly absolutely kill log the genus of dUeaao There Is no other medicine like It and hence thousands of Its euro seem dlmostllko inlrdpli It has thousands of Indorsements Ilka the followlnj KILLS GERMS OP MALARIA CYPHM Arne July 28j 1001 Malaria cannot exist wJura Kings Royal Ocr Bi8t ur Is used WA WAITIS CURES KIDNEY TRqtraiE AND INDIGESTION Lest GAApr41001- Rings Royal Germ t ur lisa done me more good than uuy ml lIclDA I eTlrtoot In my life for kldDfY trolble 1114 IlIdl lS1IolJ Irslliken new man sins n taklnc four books C J WJ1J femetour Is tcM eTirywhere Cos Bottle SI i 6 Bottles S3 or sent direct from the Laboratory JJttrets GEORGIA MEDICINE CO BAKCBSVMJ 01 I u jj 1 Xeiia V O Mhrtin went to Stanton Saturday on business F G Powell went to Clay City Saturday of last week Dillard myth visited friends at Clay City last week Farmers are hustling prepar ing for summer cropping Look out for the measles ther are several cases in this part John W Rogers of Cob Hill was here Monday on business Mr and Mrs J B Rogers were visiting at Dr I T Rogers Sun day last 0 W Brisco andDrlTRog ers passed here Saturday on their way to Bowen Ed Howell of Stanton was in this the first of last week on businessG j f r 7 lMrs Win Hatton visited friends near Genet the latter part of last weekt J B Rogers our postmaster and merchantsis doing a good J A Crabtree and G It Crab tree went to Hutton Creek on business Wednesday Dock Spencer who was struck by lightning one day last wfek is able to be out again James Rogers Sr of Dundee passed through here Sunday 8n his way to Estill county W F Smith has recelitlymov- ed from Gritters Ridge and is now located near Genet P O The Gladys Branch tie makers have about completed their job and will begin farming at once Mrs David Howell and Mrr Win Crabtree visited friends and relatives in Bn a Iritt county last wcek Born one last week to the wife of William Morton a son and Willie he will ben Dem ocrat too if he lives Geo Orabtroe and wife of near Genet visited their daugh ter Mrs Melvin Morton the lilt ter part of the week Dillard Smyth bought of Billie Bowen a marc for 30j G W Orabtree Bold a 5yearold mule for 100 Melvin Morton bought of Skidmoro Bros two yoke of oxen for 225 j Randel Hanks bought of M Morton a 0yearold mule for 125 BAD Mrs Fred Unrath President Country Club Beuton Harbor JHtcli After my first baby was born 1 did not I seem to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic width he consid gettingbetterband Insisted that I take VRe of Crdul for a week and see what It wquld do for me I did taie the medicine and grateful to finJ my strength and heal slowly returning In two weeisl was out of bed In a month I was ibe to take up my usual duties I am very erthutl oulc In Its praise Wino of Cunlui reinforces tlteorgans of generation for the preg nancy Itprevents etniatro No Avonian who takes cf Caruui need fear the coming of her child If Mrs Unrath had taen Wine of Cardui before her baby canie she would not have becnwaknltns she was Her rapid should commend this remedy to every expectant mother Cardui regulates the menstrual flow i NEOfCARDIlL s rh Coming toClayCity one dayonly SATURDAY APRIL 11 QI yi WHHARRIS JJ WORLDS s ICKE ows THEtARGESTPOPULARPRICESHOWINC THE WORLDY Bigger Better Grander than ever Before All New and Novel Acts 1 and Features Twice Daily at 2 and 8 p m SPIRI1VG lOO3 Bluegrass Nurseries lFRUIT AND ORNAHENHTREES GRAPE VINES SMALL rairrrsA- 8PABAG uSXiSHTIB ABBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden BtrawberryanIOpneralCatalogue- on appllcatlonBothPmia IH F HillenmB er Soa- LKXINGTONlKY 9F Lexington ERyJoJoEffect EA8Tiorsi No2 I o4 I SunkStntiotls Daily AM ex SunI Lv Lexington 2 1it 745 Winchester 8 JCl 82i L EJunction a2i 831 Clay Ciy830p 018 U Stratton 4011 023 U Natural Bridge 4S 054 U Torrent 4 4nf 1008 OJeaUyvilleJuno Ojnr 101- 0uo KJunct Oil Ul26 Ar Juckson 0 53 11150- WE8TBinKp No 3 lafe Ko 1 Stntitsns DailyP Imf vJnckson223 025 O K Jnrict 2 9 0s9 U Butt vlJJJJtnc 8O i 20 U Torrent i 3t 744 Natural Bridge 40tl 801r Stanton 40 8Y- 8ClityU City 43u 8871 LE Junction 5 J8U 010 U Winchester 520 953 Ar exngton0705 IJOJI- PNo83nnd4 make clqsOcorinectJoiis for CJnnnel City and ofnts oh the 0 K Division daily 1 excepta4nduyNostad 2connect 0 A 0foELUSterlin aiidlocnlpQint8 l Nos I und 3 connect nt lientty = vilie Junction with L A for Beatty vlle daily except Sunday J jOnAB8ooTTGen Agt IiI a t- rq E r WEST With Simmons rCotS- t Louis Mo will make regular trips throuh this section Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses Clay City Hotel J H EATON Prop T Table supplied will the best the mnrkert affords Everything neat andclean Rates 8 100 per day Just What You Want USEFUL NOVELTIE Tire IDEAL Knife nod Scb Sharpener knifeIIi of the IfHade wood and I I ors I Matchless Side- SashLock A sere ventilator and perfect lock JJr ant Ii In appearance Sim strong and dura able Themostperfed- antl rattler Nothing about to get out of or Evrryoneisfuuyguaranteed Eagle II Caltlvator Claw 11 Thtte are only a ewoOIr W manufacture afullNowltluISendfor Ct and CONUNTINOTON I Ik Doors open one h earlier urITrees Trees Tress Just what every farmer and lot owners want peaches of the best quality Seedling one and twos years old for sale at a penny slid J5 cents per tree K W Marcum G Cl iv City Ky 0 Dont sit on another mans point of view For 80e in stamps will mail a fiilt trial of Wilsons Tobacco Curt Never fails Write to Corp Wlli son CnhertTex 0 Send i2c in stumps lint get full trial treatment of Wilsons Mor phine Cure Corp Wilson Cul vert Tex I TAROLEUM A sclentlflo chemical preparation For CurlolDiseases of Horses Feet Stimulates a naturolhealthy growth removIng Inflwnft tlon ana soreness TABOLEUU will mix with water in all proportions consequently does not exclude the natural moisture from the foot This will bp appreciated by tboughtf horsemen AS A DRESSIVaFftlnt the foot all over twice a day and polbb with a brush If you want the shine HOOF PAcl IN0wet a sufficient quantity of OllMrdl irlln onepart alTAR to Biz parts of iratr and bind on the feet This packing will soften bard contracted feet removing the In flammation and soreness Uut JuM N leaf W J5DIAB es r 0 ommeil Ii u til horwmen Intiliii booMnulii 1 h vIM noUnj tor fewMi ft t I sad taa wan roll the r ialu wen Yowtrl j Jlitti IL Tua Sells at 75o A nt 8200 a gallon and In bulk baIloncar1a85010 lfaUon can 11100 Maas Directions one can Booklet tree W RSprlegfiid i c- ti