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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 t I A THE CLAY 431TY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We arc here to help Clay CjtythlrroDDJing Country anJ Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher I J VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY THgESDAY APHJI 36 1903 NO JG Mr A Soobee of the Scobee Williams Spoke Co Winchester Ky was in our town on last Tues day and dropped In on the dusty mutuals of The Mutual Handle Co Mr S seemed well pleased with the manner in which things lire conducted in our plant andwhile here purchased of our people an extra piece of machinery for his home concern of which he is the chief promoter and general business manager Clay City is destined yqt u great and glorious future if dudes in pawnshop garb will only step a side and make a chance for tireless brawn and brain Killed By Freight Train v Sidney Rogers aged 21of Dundee was killed there last Thursday while attempting to board the local freight going east No one saw the deed but the passing wheels of the caboose cut up and mangled the body to an almost unrecognizable extent His mangled form was picked up and taken charge of by friends Montgomery to The Front At the April meeting of the Montgomery Fiscal Court 200 was appropriated for the Worlds Fair at St Louis That night the City Council met and also appro priated 100 for the same pur pose Free Trips to Worlds Fair The school teachers popularity contest of the Kentucky Exhibit association isopen to every cducu i tire iriIientueky Relief thedlitliils or the pl uni ino Het cd u n of this issue Ready For Business New Goods Here ofIFall Millinery Cloaks Jackets Capes Shimfessel MFG Winchester floors Ceiling Weatherboarding Stairways and Store Fronts New Paper at Irvine Randolph White has purchased a new plant and will begin the publication of a new paper at Irvine in about two weeks The paper will be Democratic Mr White has lied in the business and will doubtless be successful in his undertaking Ho is a most deserving young man and his paper should be largely by the people of Estill The enterprise has our very best wishes as we are anx ious to see a paper published in old home county is so dear to us Mr White is a son of exCongressman J B White Poisoned by Cabbage Two children of Mrs Tom Hornflby were badly poisoned at Winchester Saturday eating some outside leaves from cab bage that their mother had bought to cook The babbage while growing had been sprink led with paris green to kill worms The children are very ill and it is at least outs of them will die Mrs Hornsby is the deserted wife of preacher brushy who preached here a few years ago and later ran away with a young Madison coun ty girl Sad Accident In Lewis county while a 0year old boy of Marion Havens was choppingwood ins little 5year yearoldbrathor ran under the ax l t l hie hbadpopen + hinunstantly The firm of Shimfessel having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at 1 the stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My arei A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line I You can bo suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly t trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere Tho price for these goods is very reasonable and you should spe our line before buying AVe are closing out a nice line of Ladies 4r 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 t soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C R l i NCE eaKy We Manufacture Sash Flooring Blinds Varandas Pickets Shingles Eto experience patronized our which by thought liilliitg Waldron old We are Headquarters for BuildingPaper Felt Roofing Flintoid Hbofiing Y and Etc A Send us Your Estimates fiQriit Shipments r I t J Drink Bill Our drink bilmst year was 81 209098270 orl29 089281 more than the averuge nnualexpendi ture of recent The nverog per capita was1733 or four and seventenths centstslper day for earl man woman andsild in the coun try The been mainh in the consumption of wine am beer and it icv rdmarkecl that in prosperous yeardjpeople drink more of these light beverages and in the panic times and yeitrs more whisky and other sprit Protect the Forestry Proposals nroybefore the De partment of Agriculture for see riously regulating and systems tizing the consumption of timber in this country Statements by Prof Fernow Director of the State College of Cornell Univerityretlict that n cording to present statistics the forests of the ii oust be en tirely consumeqSvithih the next UO rears Stick tolKentucky The world hustrrealized the vastness of ourlgStates mineral resources andca come and invlgoratoifstrengthen it and have a state rjclftin everything that nature giyetttfo mankind it is the duty of Kentuckians to use those time boat advan e todQqs jailers would do KentuchiWill Move Store House Mr Henry Wtjldron the up todate merchant of West Clay City has decided to move his large store building to his vacant lots on Sixth v He is in cor respondence witliparties in Mt Sterling and Winchester who will probably undertake the job Badly Injured Mrs Bettie Everman of Snow Greek was stamling near the garden paling hen the wind blew a portion of it down knocking her over a stijnip which af ected her spine badly and she has since been unable to get out of the bed i hone to Sunny Southland Mrs M F Murphy nee Miss Susie N White who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Durrett White of this place for tho past few months left today MI the east bound Main to join her husband MrJSJ F Murphy engineer for the John King Co tit Celera Ala v Republican Convention The Republican convention will be held at Paris May 0 to nominate a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in this the Jrd district mass con entionsvwill be hell at the various county seats bray 2 to select lolegates to atteilUsaid convention iI 1 StrayWjjjCow Pale red COfa o t half Jersey with short sharp horns and with few white spots and incfalr cpiiditon Due to find calf in four week left pril9 Rewurdjfor information leading to her recovery W T W p91lY City Ky- Subscribe fortlte1TaiES 1 rqh Iri JI TH- ERioket Store Owing to the recent illness of my entire family I have been una hlejto serve the good people of Pow ell Estill and adjoiningcounties as I would have liked to have done As we are now till able io to eat nil Ve can get anti 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 ounre glue you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Ar tides Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q venlls Toilet Soaps undn Thousand and one other things will be curried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit HR as we will Bell everything CHEAP at 0111 RACKET STORE Gloves r oirrea1rr tbeatJem Th ey ru nl from lOc per pair up to 50c They an worth very much more We curry nil kinds for the Ladies the Boys and the Girls andwe didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE It is too sweet to tell hut not to eat OANDY and it is good and Fresh Permit Cocoanut Ohoeolate Lemon and Cream 0 hut it is nice you might get some af those Kisses and give them tn your Girl and she wont think any the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens 8t 00 SHOES only 82 211 Ladies 3 00 1 78- II 2 00II no- II 2 75 I 140 Childrens 2 00 I DO II 1 25I II 41- u 75s u 22 SOc RUBBERS 24 Wool Lined Rubbers M Underwear Heavy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only45eHeavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75o only 4C- FleavyMensShirts worth 50only 25 4 Drawers 50II 25 Ladies Underwear only25e per armentThe RacketStore 0 i 4 1 iWe are agents for the Butterick Patterns and will get any pattern on short notice for you that we dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W Williams Clnv City Ky MATS MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength b Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville January 1909 MEAT aMALT COj Louisville Ky preparation rentlemen and beungtharoughlyaalualntxlxdth- ms com and mode of manufacture can cute that It Is an efficient nerve and blood tunic 1C excites the appetite and Invigorates direction and Is beneficLtlln nervous prostration and il diseases debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE II Do Louisville Collece of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO Louisville Ify eee a ee ee S like Balance s Wheel IS Look innido watch moment Thohnlance wheel Is making 18QOO vlbrntionsnnhourlr1t8lIk f condition Ittlne movement isslupJ gash theres something wrong J will move 3558 miles in a yeiir and J requires less than onetenth of n drop of oil to make it run lint it needs- stunt little badly The least of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let oInsatisfy you J WEBB theJeweler j CLAY CITY oe w With a 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 regularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky rnOFESSIONAL CARDS INNNIWMILII1ILLNIIIIIIIPIINNNINIINNDr DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAGE MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY A t 1i4 I THE CLAT JlY TIMES1 f 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay CjtytheSarroQndiDg Country and Ourselves J J E Burgher Jr Publisher VOL=8 CLAY CITY KY TjSfBSDAY APKII 36 1903 NO16 Mr A Scobee of the Scobee Williams Spoke Co Winchester Ky was in our town on last Tues day and dropped in on the dusty mutuals of The Mutual Handle Coi Mr S seemed well pleased with the manner in which things lire conducted in our plant andwhile here purchased of our people an extra piece of machinery for his home concern of which he is the chief promoter and general business iiiunager Clay City is destined yqt 11 great and glorious future if dudes in pawnshop garb will only step a side and make a chance for tireless brawn and bruin Killed By Freight Train v Sidney Rogers aged 21 of Dundee was killed there last Thursday while attempting to hoard the local freight going east No one saw the deed but the passing wheels of the caboose cut up and mangled the body to an almost unrecognizable extent His mangled form was picked up and taken charge of by friends Montgomery to The Front At the April meeting of the Montgomery Fiscal Court F200 was appropriated for the Worlds Fair at St Louis That night the City Council met and also appro priated 100 for the same pur pose Free Trips to Worlds Fair The school teachers popularity contest of the Kentucky Exhibit association isopen to every edueu- orAiniKejitubkyk i JRca tbejdetaihV d 0 rJr the pIj ina uu er culunID or this issue Ready For Business New Goods Here ofIFall Millinery rCloaks Jackets CapesA- T Shimfessel RELIANCE MFG Winchester We Sash doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Pickets Stairways Shingles Etc Fronts New Paper at Irvine Randolph White has purchased a new plant and will begin the publication of a new paper at Irvine in about two weeks The paper will be Democratic Mr White has hud experience in the business and will doubtless he successful in his undertaking He is a most deserving young man and his paper should be patronized largely by the people of Estill The enterprise has our very best wishes as we are anx ious to see a paper published in our old home county which is so dear to us Mr White is a son of exCongressman J B White Poisoned by Cabbage Two children of Mrs Tom Hornsby badly poisoned at Winchester Saturday by eating some outside leaves from cab bage that their mother had bought to cook The babbage while growing hind been sprink led with paris green to worms The children are very ill and it is thought at least out of them will die Mrs Hornsby is the deserted wife of preacher Hornsby who preached here a few years ago and later ran away with a young Madison coun ty girl Sad Accident In Lewis county while a 0year old boy of Marion Havens was chopping wood his little 5yoar- qlci brthor ran under the ax l t tYsiithiihe W p n Irf II itrg him nstintly The firm of Shimfessel fe Wnldron having been dissolved 0 and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of theold stock AT COST My are A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line You can bo suited here Indies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should see our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock t Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours C Go Ky MdQufacture Flooring Varandas and Store were kill We are Headquarters for BuildingPaper Felt Roofing Flintoid Hbofiing V and Eta j I Send us Your Estimates fpQmt Shipments j l- fA is- I c IncreasedSOrink Dill Our drink bill ist year was 81 209098270 orSflZO 989281 more than the average nnual expendi ture of recent years The average per capita was lj33 or four and seventenths centsper day for each man and Otld in the coun tfl9tryhas peen mainly in the consumption of wine and b Ieertut In prosperou9yea drink more of these light beverages and in the hplI1ICISKY and other eptritsM Protect the Forestry Proposals arejjbefore the De partment of Agriculture for se riously regulating and systematizing the consumption of timber in this country by Prof Fernow director of the State College o of Cor nell UniversityOTfedict that ac cording to present statistics the forests of the walla must be en tirely consumedvitllih the next HO years y Stick tolKentucky The world hjust realized the vastness of ourlgStates mineral resources und Cll willcome and invigoratestrengthen it and bUlla it Kentuckians have a state richiii everything that nature gi itUo mankind it is the duty of Kentuckians to use those blessings the host advan tage to do cishers would do viitli tlinm i ftioic totlfonriinhv J mT V and you uc1lna of itEx Will MoVe StoreHouse Mr Henry Wifldron the up todate mercl1l1l1tof West Clay City has decided to move his large store building to his vacant lots on Sixth Ares He is in cor respondence witliparties in Mt Sterling and Wincliester who will probably undertake the job Badly Injured Mrs Bettie Evernian of Snow Creek was standing near the garden paling when the wind blew a portion of it down knock ing her over a stump which af fected her spine badly and she has since been unable to get out of the bed f Gone to Sunny Southland Mrs M F Murphy nee Miss Susie N White who has been visiting her parents Mr und Mrs Durrett White of this place for the past few months left today on the east bound trnin to join her husband Mr Jil F Murphy engineer for the Jolla King Co at Celera Ala xi Republican Convention The Republican convention will he held at Paris May 0 to nominate a candidate for Rail road Commissioner in this the 3rd district mass convention wil he field at the vari ous county seats ifay 2 to select delegates to attenT said convention s StraedltCoww Pale red cow about half Jersey with short sharp horns and with few white spots and iti fair conditon Due to find calf in four week left April 9 Rewardaar information leading to Y W T Wijniijciay City Ky Subscribe fortlt4fates 1 i ll a I TH- ERAcket Store Owing to the recent illness of my entire family I leave been una blejto servo the good people of Pow ell Estill and adjoining counties ns I would have liked to have clone As we ore now all able to to eat all We 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 livin- gTowels Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers Graniteware Tinware Fancy Ar titles Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts O veralls Toilet Soaps IIntIn Thou sand and one other things will be curried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit us as we will sell everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE Gloves 6lrTca1fri ben emiT1ieyrunrrom lOc per pair up to 50c They are worth very much more We carry all 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 and Fresh Peanut Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream 0 but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them tu your Girl and she wont think any the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens 84 00 SHOES only S2 25 Ladies 3 00 1 73 2 00II 99 u 2 75u 1 49 Childrens 2 00II 99 II 125 II 49- II 75a 22 50c RUBBERS 24 WoolLined Rubbers 33 UnderwearHe- avy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 750 only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth 50only 25 44 44 Drawers I 50 44 25 Ladies Underwear only 25c per garment The Racket Store 1r I 4 1 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 MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lifo and Strength ii Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents ci PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January 11 lya MEATaMALTCOLoubvneKy Mltreparationnj composition and mode of manufacture I can elate that it Is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It nndIsall diseases attended with debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy wear MALT co Lauiaviiic tty oo n The BalanceI- 1Theel i o S Look Inside wntch moment Tho IJIlnn ewheeils 18 1b vibrotioiregood rIf movement is slug J glsh theres something wrong will move 3558 miles in n year nnd J requires less than onetenth of n drop of oil to mnke it run But it needs e that little badly The least degree nitersthemotionMme clean and oil and put your watch J order for a year It wllllny and satisfy you J- JWEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY 00 H With a bank account for support you can laugh at nil 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 CARDS- NNILIINNINNIINNNNNh111NWVPINNNN1111N1N Dr C B DICKSON e DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LlTTLEPAOE MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Tr Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered us Bocondclnss trail matter Thursday April 16 1903 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 I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 tr Louisville Commercial 75 CI Home and Farm i5 SPOUT SPRING- W E Heflin was below on business last week Miss Flora Vaughn of Log Lick is the guest of her aunt Mrs John Burton near this placeThe i Masonic Lodge at this place which by the way is one of the most nourishing in the county met in regular session Saturday afternoon Aunt Mary Curtis who died at the Memo of her son in Mont gomery county was bought here and buried at Jacksons Chapel grave yard Monday Farmers in this vicinity are becoming very impatient over the continued wet weather which is- throwingthem considerably he hi dwiUNhelrfurnlwor1 The Ruckerville pike which is used by our people in going to Winchester is to be extended to lioundtree We would like to see it finished up to the river Estill will soon have another paper It will be published by Randolph White a most deserv ing home boy and will be print ed at home and Democratic in politics Stock of Goods For Sale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good stand and goodstore house A splendid opportunity for any one desiring to enter a business of this kind W J CimisTopiiEii Spnut Spring Ky e Kimbrell Corn is selling hero at 500 per barrel John W Tuttlo attended court at Irvine Monday Tan bark peeling is progress ing rapidly and will bring a good price i Willie Clem has moved again this time to his father in laws James Curtis W G Patrick attended quar terly meeting at Hardwicks Creeek Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary McKinney of Clay City is here Visiting her daugh ter Mrs Rufus Burton who is very low witheonsumption Mrs Mary Curtis mother of Joel Curtis died tit her sons in Montgomery county and was buried at Jacksons Chapel Monday Sams- Mumjbs are all the go Ju thisi section Jf r f v I There is another raft tide in the Kentucky river T J Hackworth Co are peel ing tan bark this week James A Cooper had a valu able cow to die Saturday John Harrison bought of John W Cooper a cow for 25 W F McIntosh bought of John Harrison three sheep for 650 gladitoingHeury Alcorn Co started down the river with some rafts of of logs Saturday night Miss Maudie Tuttlo was visit ing her brother Garland the greater part of last week L McIntoshDan Blanton went to Log LickSundny to see their best girlf We judge from their looks they were disappointed Sam Yarher moved on Oalo ways creek Saturday We think Mr Yarber is a gentleman and are glad to have him in our midst M M Roundtree has moved into his new house We are al ways ready to welcome such men as Mr Roundtree to our neigh borhood Snow Creek Algin Everman is dangerously ill at this writing Miss Lillie Vivian is visiting friends in Winchester this week Jack Parker sold Reuben Mar tin one saddle mare for 85 J D Kerr purchased of Fran cis Vivian sonic corn for 3 00 per barrel Several from+ here wenttqCiay City Saturday to attend the show but it didnt come Charley Dawson is on the sick list at this writing We think he will soon recover Miss Minnie Kerr who has been visiting friends here for sev eral weeks returned homo Sun day Pastor E W Marcum filled the stand at Log Lick both Saturday and Sunday and preached good sermons On account of the rain sturm Sunday evening the Sunday school at Log Lick failed to meet but it will be organized next Sunday The local option election at Columbus resulted in a victory for the dry side by a vote of more than two to one The Bread Maker Hus no fears of the result when us ing MansfieldsBest Flour Milled from the best wheat in our way the way that retains the nat ural taste nnd flavor of the wheat berry Buy it from your Grocer nnd have better and healthier bred- in your home t R C Mansfield gon ROSSLYN KY Work oh jitho Morcbead and West Iibertiyrnilroml is lobe resumed the road is already constructed for five miles out from Morehead iy1 Hows This We oeflr One Hundred Dollars Reword for any CUBe of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure V F J ChenHyR CoJoledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years nnd believe limn perfectly honora ble in till business transactions and financially able to carryout any obligations made by the firm VEST fc TKUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 VAWING KIN NAX MAUVIN Wholesale Drug gisesToledoOHalls Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surface of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75e per bottle Sold by all Druggist hulls Family Pills are the best Beautiful Home for Sale Mrs Groves offers her beautiful home for sale The property is one of the best in Powell county Terms easy 14tf Dont forget tliis ofllce when you needany kind of Job Printing M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom torksia d yintbtw k Fresh Ground BdlteJAIeal always on hand Grinds for onesixth tole MACHINE SHOP fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired- We Keep lij Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 5 8 and 13 horse power The best known power for farmers and others prtntadIIL T CHAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY ear II Consumption Cured Eas lyBytti- oFilipino Methodv rr r A soldier whosnent two years in the Philippines discovered and brought home a certain cure for Consumption andall lung coinM proofi fj r CORPVp8ON I CaW rt Tex tt i i4J FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAiniSchool children and public to vote to cents each ten cast 4t one time Alt money over eachjabove trip expenses ers to go of Kentucky Building at the Ex voter thus n the of knowing a worthy cause and Important have been aided at the same time a favotlle teacher has received recognition Contest con ducted auspices of Itclucatlonil mlttre of Kentucky Exhibit Association the organization Ibrmrd to raise 100000 fora Kentucky Building and full Fair the Legislature having loniIrotestalltorUxnibit ce moue Names ot ml school children votlnt to be enrolled in the Kentucky Baffling rt the Expo sition Kentucky will have an educational exhibit 1500 square feet ol space in the alace The lixposltinn to he ill e greatest international event in the worlds his lory The tenders chosen will be lucky ludei din being tendered this to the Fair county elcta Its own most popular educator 1 he county ooteideofJeferauncaatingthelargtat- number of votes will b allowed to send two teacberstlle most popular TOG TOTES WILL BE TEX CENTS EACII TEX COSSTITCttXO A BALLOT At ten cents each every school child in the State will be nble to rut at least one vote for his or her favorite tcucher But the voting will tiot be confined to school children 1Aums OF runts OK ANY OF THEIR FIUEXDS MAT VOTE the of the ASSOC- Iation being toelect the most popular school tracherf n each county as to cuiiMdeie by the public generally as well as by the school children Bullets ten spaces so cubs ot ten pupil tray be arranged and each giving ten rents be ctedlted with Ids or vote If me person sites to cast ten voted it he done writing Jlsor tier name In ore of the spaces and remit ting une dollar It Is not required that tbename ol the person Voting be given attll All fthe for voters nnnun may he len blank The Asso Ullonvunu however to enroll In Kentucky Building at St Louis next the name of child who ca t one or more votes In the contest rupils ure usked thetefetoiigpthUrnames plainly to ballots AM KXPKSSKS OF THK T3 miKKS WILL BE PAID the As oclalion This will Include milroid tninsportati n f om Louisville o ft Louis Iud return board lit one of the best hotels in the city lor six days and cdalaJon 10 the exposition RI ounds for six days TilltKK PARTiKX WILL UK MADE IP FROM THE MOST POrrLAH TKArHEUS to make the trip and more enjoyable Uach of these parties will consist of forty 401 teachers This would make a total vt re but as there lire only 119 counties in I entucky the Associa tion h is decld tl to nlow two teichern the must popular and the secmd mOAt n pnUr to go from that county Jefferson excepted which casts the greatest number f volts In the contest ALL TKlCIIKIlS IN rilE STATE fiTASD OS AN FOflTIXO In this motet The teacher with receive more v tea than the teacher wlh five or MX times publicviIIVotvs may be cast for any neon who taught school during zoos or sow gives the teacher ol a five monthscbool Ilch clued in November or December the opnortuul ty to be voted for during the vcation period ANY MIJII1KII OK IIAMilTK nAY HE CAST AT ONE TINE There s no limit The more dol lars cnt lu for OIly teacher tbe more votes he or she will be ciedlte1 wit- hONEDOILAItCAST4 TEN VOTE TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTES THREE DOILAKrt CASTS THIRTY VOTES j FOUR DOLLARS CASTS FORTY VOTES P1VK DOLLARS CASTS nilTY VOTES TKN DOLLARS CASTS A HUNDRED VOTES ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS CASTS ONE THOUSAND VOTES All of the money received in this contest over and abiAe that used in defraying expenses ol the most teachers of the Stale on theirtis to the Worlds Vat will gn for the erec lion of n Kentucky Building at therxp sit on so ever V er in this contest may have the addi tional jatikfuitlun of knowing that be has nidd a worthy cause TilE STANDING OF Tin fOXTF TiT WUL B2 PKINTED FJtKCFXTIT in each county to show his or her friends howthe race Is bring run DCS hi v ting now for favoilt schoolteacher The votes wi 1 tie ctunted under the rvllolI of the Educational Exhibit Committee of the Association 1 he locr II11c1 of tlilsiomniltlee Isas fjlons Irof II Btownell Louts Prof II v McChe ylrankfort Trot R 111a11eckloulsvltlelrofwIff- irtliotontrw Louisville Irof 14 Paul Anderson Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pica ident William Dinwiddle kson Dr W O Frost Bereix Dr B n Huntoon Louisville I Dr B Y Mullins Lonl villlr Arthur Cent clown Superintendent M A Cassidy Lex ington Superintendent H I Irogge Frankfort ITol C Crahbe t Mcllenty Rhoads Owrllsboro or a At1ev rllcue l Jrofl l Cherry Bowling Green Ptof 1no- sSpencrrLuuistilleMiss Pattie JJill Louisville IMrs lmlly R nt8cl n and Jllrs st U Tucker Loutavllle Member of the Educational Committee are not eligible to election In this contest V 1 RKHKIIDKR EVERY COUNTY ELECTS ITS OWN FAVORITE TEACHER Competition tetwren e counties oily applies to the race lor the truth trip the county outside of Jcffrrsoa the largest total number of you s beinir granted the dlitlnciion of sending two tcachriI he result will be announced In every iu the i tatc and In addition to this a congratu latory message will ototheteacherelrctedlneachcouny I oter the details of the trip will be arranged each tcaclirr chosen being the ge selecting the monthJune July or August1ggtits which he or Khe wants to make the trip CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1 cast TEN votes for Wear I g8A 11 of as the most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED loo loc 10C10cfor roc lOc lOc 10C S1OoVoters are not required to sign their names but the wants all school children voting do so as it will them in the Kentucky Building Voters have the option of sending ballots direct to the Secretary of the Association or to the rfrom which Additional ballol1Daybe obatnedby getting extra copies of this paper Remittances may be by certi r check registered letter i cent postage express or postal money order or in currency at senders risk ftddresa all commlln1cationl10 R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville Ky The Whitest White Cake The Lightes Light Rolls And Biscuit Are MntleWben You USO r r Pearl OUFkTake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KYISold by our Leading Merchants 724 r y to Finished to t utatfonforitructloo Every part Is In Hlghacposelblochar d E job ll1rrlntwL ConUmnllx adding new Vehbdraottrartlvalinn of ltighernde carrtavs prlcasALBiON iYAoltaofe Jq t ALBION niCII Invited popularIn of the satisfaction producs approprlatlon publit 110 her the thc by to Association to Flakiest ii Built Wear Pleas I c c t frI 1 e- r M 1 I c r Jx HZ q f er5tw Hf 1 1 Ir era THE TIMES 1= t 01 ij + 1t AN ALL HOME MADE PAFEB 41 903iJj LOCAL BREVITIES 4 Joe Bruner was ill town Fri P day JJ The moon was in an eclipse in rSaturday night tMry D R Hastings of Winches for was hero Thursday f i Hall fell in some parts of the 1fL nobly Sunday afternoon J Gen W Lyle Slif Hard p wicks Creek was in town Mon Ir day ILY 4- Prof and Mrs Eubank visited 7 relatives in Clark county Satur day HPJIVV rains nave put rue river out in the bottoms again this weok k1riFiS PorrhaManle visited Mrs TT H Fields at Lexington lasts week A little cyclone struck the town Sunday afternoon hut did no damage Work wilt begin at once on the electric road from Lexington to Mt Sterling fluff Slrimfespel is in Cincin nati this week buying his Spring stock of goods Dr W TI Bush a former den fist located fit this placp waS in town the first of the week Sheriff Thins Boone was in town Tuesday nail left nn order J for some job work at this office4 f 1t c Qln9 Manle vvhotg attending y school at r LeX1l1cfo11 bran ill a fpwdas this week visiting home A I folks Mr V eden Ewen who inoV r d to Missouri a few years ago 1ms moved from that State to Danville Ind Miss Nannie Maple of Hazel Green has taken a position as V saleslady in Mrs Williams mill- inert store The mean temperature for the month of March was 52 the I lightest in the records of the State Bureau Mr and Mrs N R Swope who have been visiting relatives at LamontMo for the past two months returned home Tuesday Lambs for Juno delivery are selling for V cents in the bluegrass counties and wool is being engaged at 20 cents per pound The Fiscal Court of Clark has fixed the tax rate of that county utrBO cents on the one hundred dollars and the poll tax at 150 Pastor T T Turpin occupied the stand at Powells Valley both Saturday and Sunday preaching two sermons each day j at 11 and at night The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take pleasant in effect For sale by all dealers in patent medicine See change of advertisement of 110 Mansfield S Son the fa I inouB Rosslyn Millers and when j you need flour be sure and call for their products- Notwithstanding I the unfavor able condition of the weather ValI j ley Friday night was a success Every box was disposed of Well mule Ready made In la dies Skirts New patterns new styles lowest prices Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Garden seeds of every descrip tion were distributed by Uncle Sam to people of this section last week through the remembrance of Congressman J B White Abe Merritt will move his family to Clay City about the 15th inst Mr Merritfe has a position us foreman in n box factory thereWinchesterDeutocratJohn was in town Tuesday Mr Roberts has sold his interest in a store at West Bend to Berry Bros who will continue the bus iness Horace the thirteenyearold son of Mr Robert Tipton was instantly killed at Irvine by a sawlog rolling off a wagon upon him The father was driving the team himself The circus advertised in our lust issue did not come here Sat urday but instead left the State very abruptly Thursday morning after having showed at Winches ter the day before You should not full to see that nobby line of spring and sum mer Dress Goods now on display nt Mrs Williams They are in alt the popular shades and weaves und at living prices A nice newsy letter was received this week from Gladys Brunch but as there was no name signed to the communication we could not publish it ac cording to our rule The trial Df James Howard for the murder of Gov Goebel is in progress at Frankfort this week The jury was secured from Woodford county No new tes timouy has yet been introduced Mr A Mount of Hardwicks Creek was in town Saturday timid culled at our office and renewed his subscription to the TIMES and CourierJournal He also hud the TRIES sent to his cousin Mrs H E Ware at Osborn Mo Dr G W Stagier who moved from Irvine to Afton Ind Ter last January writes us and says he can not do without the news from Estmso he subscribes for the TIMES which gives all the important news in the county We have addeda line of Ladies Muslin Underwear in the desirable garments and at popular prices Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky A mad dog visited the premi ses of Billie Mastin near Powells Valley meeting house one even ing last week and ran his children into a barn for protection It also ran through hunchof stock but it is not known whether it bit any of them or not A disordered stomach may cause no end of trouble When the tom ach fails 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 thestomachand liver to a healthy 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 r 1 Grip RemedleslGreat Demand When colds fi1grip are prevalent the quickest arid surest rome 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 withno effect For sale by all dealersMn patent medicine j OolngBackon Him A number of papers which have been supporting Governor Beckham have turned against him and are now asking him to withdraw If Half thin charges made against the young Gover nor are half true it would be wise for him to do so Ho is not yet clearing up these reports Danger of Colds and Grip The danger from colds and grip Is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however hind Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Amongthe 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 danger ous disease It will euro a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safeto take For sale byall dealers in patent medicine Who Will it Be Some one is going to get a free trip to the St Louis Worlds Fair next year as the most popular teacher in Powell county Who shall it be Only ten cents a vote but ten votes must be cast at a time They may be cast by ten different personp but must be in blocks of ten Clip ballots from the TIMES when you vote SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy When 1 had an attaok of the grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bottle of ChumbrlainsCough Reme dy says Frank W rryeditol of the Enterprise Shortsville Is 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 teemed 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 surprise Is putting it very mildly I had no idea that it wouldsbr could knockout the grip simply becauso I had never tried it for such purpose but it did audit seemed with the sec and 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 Jlr Grip had bid me adieu For sale by all dealers in patent medicineI do you suppose dip into that bulk before you buy it Lion Coffeecomes in sealed air tight packages no chance for h or dirt or things to getip Clean Fresh and Fragrant i11ny t r 5 Just Received From FactoryI TNt onrATCIT I MAT GALC8MAN- IN All MICA A COMPLETE LINE OF T- HESHIELDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED DY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles f AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLE AGEXT Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleased because we treat them righ and they can depend upon getting everything they need at living prices We want your produce and if top prices will get it I we are going to trade with you I We are now coducting a general store atSpoutspring whereIthe people of this section will find the same courteous treatment and fair dealing as at the main store WeAre In The Timber Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in this section that money can buy at market value We pay the OiSH when your wagon is unloaded laV7 fr 11 Dont Traded 1 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 CITV KY A Nice CleanrSbave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels I Laundry Agency in Connection 25 Dont fail to give him a call D1 H WHITEHEADCLAY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at the old race crossing i I Our line of Straw and Grass Mat tings are superior to any thing shown inthis vicinity in qualities for the prices Would be glad to have you look them over before buying Mrs J W Williams Clav City Ky I STANDARDRotary I Shuttle A STANDARD GRAND SWELL FROST LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retailnun 1200 up The Standard Rotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 to our local dealer or If there Is M deer In your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co I 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio VT T WEBB Agent Cloy City Ky EveryDealer sllOll14 arty afee of Sewing Machine Amole Toilet Soaps Amolc Barber Soap Amole Shavian Cream Amole Shampoo This line of hlghgrada soaps and preparations command ready sales and are in r large demand In all sections of the cqunV tryMadbfrontiacombluatlonof pure oils and the Mexican Amore Plant long celebrated for Ita aseptic and peculiarly cleansing properties These soaps em body features which particularly adapt them to delicate and sensitive skins If you wish a staple Hue which will al 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 Peoria III I THE a Winchester Bank INCOKPOUATED N H WlTilEnsroorFree- Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200 JO We solicit the accounts of individ nals firms nnd corporations 542 All sickness is caused by Icea5o germs Those germs are in the air we breathe in tio water we drink In the food we cat nad our bcdlelaru full of them Any disorder of the blord stomach or bowels or any bruise or cut on the hotly will put theee germs to work and slclrnt ra and pain follow To restore health thorn germs meet U f pilled Kings Royal Qcrtncteur 13 t A GERM KILLER Taken internally it gore into tto blood nnt r through all the pores In llui body absolutely kill fog the germs of dUcace There 1st no olhn medicine like It and hcrou thousands of III curl seem almost like miracle It has thousands of Indorsements like tho cUowin KILLS QCRMS OP MAlAPJA CvrutsK Ace Jnly S3 1001 Malaria cannot eltist wlN KIf ttnyal Ocr meteur U tiled A CURES KIDNI3V TROUBIR MID JNBf J HSpON LKIUE flx Spt1 iCl Kings Royal OermctUr haa Clone Die mote any allclnnIever took In my life foi kidney lndlrtion 1 iv1 like a rep man since taking four bottles C J V ACE atraieteur tisoU everywhere One Bottle SI t 6 Bottles 501 sent direct LkbaretorykOEORQJA MEDICINE CO PAairanrn1 an i d j jr v HJ Cob Hill Mrs Lee who has been quite sick is convalescent Dr Sonys beautiful cottage is ready for occuprfncy Mr John T Smith has returned from a visit to Beattyville Mr Albert Hall who ill with pneumonia is some better Mrs Brcoso and children are visiting lerparents at Dripping SpringMerchant A D Howell hud an opening of his Spring goods one day last week Oscar Stewart son of Mr Mart Stewart came near losing It fiin ger by mashing while chopping woodMrs Collins has returned from a tendays visit at Dripping Spring and is enthusiastic in her praise of tbo people and their hospitalitySquire had more work last week in his official capacity uniting in marriage Miss Maud Flinchum and Mr Aaron Hall of this neighborhood Sunday school as usualreelect ed Mr Green Hall Superintendent A large attendance Sunday Mrs Collins gave a short talk on the needs of a Sunday school fol lowed by Mr B T Hall on the same subject The fearful storm interrupted our services for a while everybody looking for a dry place The house is soon to be repaired Puckett Philip Puckett who has been sick is out again Quite a number attended church at Log Lick Sunday Mr Tom Wade who has been quite sick ifln1 r ing JMisa Keltic Combs of Hedges is the guest of Lydia Adams this weekMessrs Adams and King is in the mountains on business this week Mr and Mrs Henry Lilly who have been sick with fever is report ed some better Died April the 11th near Iron Mound the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Wood Sunday school was organized at Log Lick Sunday which we hope will be attended with much inter estMr A M llico will move to the farm he bought of J S Warner near Iron Mound We regret to lose him Messrs Stephens and Elkin of Iron Mound passed through our city Monday on their way to Win chester Elder E W Marcum preached an elegant sermon itt Log Lick Christian church Sunday morning His subject was Easter und its pur pilrt lie was heard with much interest Sad Mission On Thursday the 9lh inst Mr W C Rice the clever und dlieient manager of the Mutual Hurdle Co tclewamfroming him to the bedside of his aged mother whose death Will momenta rily expected Mr Rice left on the east bound train Arriving lit the place of destination about 9 pm but only to find that the gentle spirit of his beloved parent had ta ken flight to that haven of eternal rest beyond the borderline of time Mrs Eliza Rico was the mother of eleven children ten of whom survive her Sfie had been a wid ow Since 1800a1avinlost her hUll band by a sawmill disaster She was a fond indulgent mother and an exemplary chriVtian lady Eor ninny long years she had been a devoted and consistent member of the Missionary Baptist church Having rounded out the allotted three score years and ten tho ma jor part of which ws filled with useful works and deeds of loving kindness she harkened to the Mas ters call and joined the choir immortal D WI Roll of nonor The name ofevery schoolchild that casts a vote in the School Teachers Popularity Contest of the Kentucky Exhibit Association wit be enrolled in tho Kentucky Building at the St Louia Worlds Fair so the world may see that he or she gave a dime towards the e rection of tho magnificent struct ure and at the same time helped to elect his or her favorite teacher for one of the 120 free trips to be given to tho most popular educators of the State at the expense of the As sociationAll names will be typewritten in capitals on one continuous roll of paper which will be run through an electrical device hung on the most conspicUous wall of the first floor of the Kentucky Building giving a first view of it to every olio who enters the new Kentucky Home at the exposition Over the rollas it is unwound will be a powerful magnifying glass allowing the names to be easily read from almost anypart of the room The machine will be so geared as to run tho entire list of names through once every 8 hours mak ing three shifts daily On one side of this large boxtSvill bo a larce dial with the name of every county in the State plainly around itVAhjndicatorviiLtenthevli it ors what eountylsrunnfng off the roll On the other side of the box will be a time tubjcgiving tile hour and minute the children names from each county will appear dam lag the three different shifts By this method the children will he given full credit forthe dimes they spend for votes inthe popularity contest Children casting more than one vote will be given Ifullcredit for this additional state pride and interest by having figures stat plumedtheir 1I11I11esI Lincoln count will vote on a proposition at thocoining Novem her election to build a new court house at a cost ofj40000 The Fiscal court of county has also npproprittteli 200 for the Worlds Fairj I At Hardin Marshall county John Hurt died sitting on his mule while waiting iii front of a drug store to havlfti prescription fill dfIC 0 Dont Make a Fuss tAsold When you fight or work ontmakea fuss The hen cackles only after she lens laid an eggThe noise rind sizzle of a locomotive lIre not force Tlio lice haw of a mule may start le but it is not asdangerous as his hind legs mind that it is an empty vagontl1lt makes the nhlIIoSte rr noise of the tlrtlm duo tolthe fact that thereis uafhjrig in it Sweet Potato Plants for Sale Sweet Potato slisforevery body Will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come nlidle what you need Allof yarleties Miz- eVnug f e Mill Kyk A Neat Program Now that the dedication ceremo nies of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition the Worlds Fair are so close at hand the public is com mencing to wonder what St Louis has to offer in the way of entertain ment to outoftown visitors The Henderson Route which is the World Fair Line has gotten out a very neat booklet vest pocket size which contains the complete official program of these ceremonies It is a modern piece of work in every respect printed in green and tell with gray antique cover and high grade enameled book stock inside Copies will be gladly furnished on application L J Irwin Genl Passenger Agt Geo L Garret- T P A Henderson Route- Louisville Ky Send 32c in and full trial treatment of Wilsons Mar phine Cure Corp Wilson Gal vert Tex A little lie generally travels faster than a great truth CLd pA filED ORDS BLACBRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE IT WJ lI1A sallow complexion dizziness tonrueamandbowelpainbutthough less painful at the start aree ThedfordsBlackfit diseased liver and weakened kid neys It stirs the torpid liver to throoll the and ague It is a certain preventive of cholera and BHchts disease of the With kidneys re blockDraught yellow perfect health and have no other f DlackDraughtuse in an ands ves ill many expensive calls of a doctor Mullins S C March 10 1901 elackDraughtforthreeytarsandldavenot to a since I have been taking ItIt is the best medicine for me that Is 0 kidneytroubles Lk complaints Rev A G LEWIS J 0 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DCSIQUB COPYRIGHTS Ac qft lonarn a sketch and eIietheroar It e an la probably ptentable Communlca lions trictlyconadentW Handbook on Patent sent free Oldest a encyfor eecurtolr PAtents Patents tAken through llunn A Co recolro notice In toe Scientific jntiericatu A handaomel Illustrated weekly Inreest cit relation of any sclontlflo Journal Tones t3 a hearC0 3eSold brail avWVlini newsdealers Branch once OS F BU Washington D Co B B WEST 1Vtith- Sill1llolls 11111 Vttlu Co- St Louis Mo twill make regular trips though this section Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses Clay City Hotel J H EAqCOV Prop Table supplied with the heat the mnrkertaffoids Everything neat and clean pates 81O per d y I k J I I SPRING 1003 Bluegrass Nurseries b FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES GRAPEVINES SMALL FRUITS ASPARAGUS RHUBARBS And everything for Orchard LawnandfGarden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Both Phones H F HillBivmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY Lexington Eastern RyrI Effective Sept 11902 EASTBOUND No 2 No 4 t IDallyex Sun P m Lv Lexington 225 746 Winchester 310 8iII L feEJunctlon 322 837 h Clny City 350 11111 tII Stanton 406 O2a Natural Bridgff 43iO 1 II Torrent 4 HO 1008 Y II BeattyvllleJunc5ll 10211 II O A K Janet 011 11 26OJAr Jnckson6 55 1140tiI WE8TT1ODXU Stations No 3Daily P or Dnil 025 O K Junct 2 30 6 II BeattyvilleJune 3t6 7 II ToiTent 347 744 II Natural Bridge 401 8dl t II Stanton 430 828 1 Oluv CItv 431 837 LEJunctfotfi08 010 II 520 1010 NosSnnd make close connections for Cannel City nnd points on the 0 K Division dully except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect nt L A E junction with 0 A O for MtSterling nnd local points Nos 1 and 2 connect at Beatty vine Junction with L A for Beatty SUlldnyI I I A iclentlflc chemical For of Feet Stimulates anatural healthy growth removing lU ama tlon and soreness Io1u13mLvJackson22i 20l D2- 3ArLexington005 TAROLEUM preparation Curing Diseases Horses 1 Winchester I TAROLEUM TTill mix with water In oil proportions consequently does not exclude I the moisture from the foot This will be appreciated bythoughtful horsemen AS A DRESSING Paint the foot all over twice a day and polbh with n brush It you want the rbID- O1I00FPACKINOWet up a sufficient quantity of OilMeal vllh one part of TAR OIEU tOBlr parts of water and bind on the feet This packing will soften hard contracted feet removing the In flammation and soreness GboueuTcm Mitt Jut 31 1687 wrYooMEii oP4ataI btf iM your Ttrohcm MrII to CU hrmee u a amciiu I has eves II IUi llmMlM tputUc fur home fitt ul eta HU IrSSI nyoartuIy Jwn IL Ten Sells at T5c A and In bulk 6golloncan t0010galon can SIROO Hurln fleld Mass Direc lions on the can Booklet freeIW F YOUNG P D F Springfield Mass Ky r 4 Just What You Want USEFUL NOVELTIES 11 of tho 1Hade wood and jlAM 1Gen 1The 1InMatchless t o 4Apertectlock Klriraiit Iin appearance 81m strong and durable S The lUOIIt perfect r autirnttler Nothing about to get out of or dot EVfrODOlltuU1 Eagle I 11 ICuillvatorThese are only afew our Nwtlttt linefendCOMSTOCK NOVELTY CO HUNTINGTON IND W For aOq in stamps will mail aftill trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never fails Write to Corp VII son Calyert Tex r n 1 tw r w