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THE icLAY 1- i1 TTYI TIMES1 w I LI t I 50 Cents n Yearin Atlvanci We are here to help Clay Cityjhe Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 B I3nrQherlr 1lIbJisbcrI VOL 8 CLAY CITY EY 1AJ HJI 30 1J03 O18 IThe Kentucky Oil Fields Few of us realize the position Kentucky has taken of late ns an oil center Today the Bluegrass is hustling with oil men Crews of oil drillers promoters and agents are on the ground and much is ex pected of the field The first pumps have been started bvtheEs till Company and amber oil is- flowin9into the tanks from sev the rate of several barrels an hour The wells are expected to maintain an average of five to eight barrels a day and there is every evidence of such a prospect Hut little drilling has been done in this county A pool has been struck surrounding the village of Irvine and within the area 11 considerable production is expected The Standard Oil people are already m the ground under the name of New Domain The Standard has already secured most of the availa ble leaseholds but the Michigan Company has a handsome slice The Appaehiart Oil Company of Lexington itnd the Flat Rock Oil Co are also drilling in sight Eight drills lire at work two operated by the Great Northern The Estill Company is operating directly east of the Kentucky river The Detroit Companys drill Lire I nt work adjoining to the etsf while on the west the Stndarus- drills ore workingtl wall ry also + 4bGirig driven Onn the west of the 1 J 11 II If 11 II lIerJfQel1sbe ngopene early tv- r t accommodate the rushofoilmen The Estill field is reached from Lexington and is easiest to access of all the fields From Nicholuwville Junction on the Southern railway the Louisville and Atlantic road leads to Irvine and plts5ee the wells u mile east This makes the field Register Kentucky Cotton at Worlds Fair It is not generally known that cotton is grown in Kentucky but this is a fact that will be prominent ly brought to the attention of the visitors of the Worlds Fair Ful ton county grows as fine cotton ns is to be found anywhere in the South It however is the only county in the State where this cul ture has proved a success Many of the farmers there have tnrned from corn and wheat to cotton and have found it a profitable change Fruit Safe Yet Mr H F Hillenmeyer the well known Lexington nurseryman says he does not think the fruit pros pest has yet been injured with the exception of peaches which were killed in January The outlook is fine notwithstanding the cool and frosty weather since the bloom Miss Myrtle Johnson spent the past week with her friend Miss Minnie Ewen of Slade and reports a pleasant time 7 Stop That Mule jIr R W Gurrett an cxperi S QJ inule that pushes a fence olcr shelf down a gate dont get a patent 1 J Ready For Business I The firm of Sliimfessel tC Waldron having peen dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at l the old stand land will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COST My i+ New Goods are HereiI 1a A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need J will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an r s elegant line of Millinerytt I ti You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for 3 these goods is very reasonable and you should spo our line beforo buying We aro closing out a nice lino of Ladies R Cloaks Jackets Capes fi AT COST and if you are looking for something in this w line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock t Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of sauna I am f t Respectfully yours Shinesseiai I tEbIAMrG Co Winchester Ky We Mawk are HeadquartersfprSash Floor I n gWe r S doors CeilingIJuiJdmg Paper X r Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Roofing T Est Varandas Pickets Flin oid Roofiing r Stairways Shingles and Eto and Etc i n I Store Fronts ai t f jJ t Send jus Your Estimates 4 I PromtShipments V I str 111 L I L- to r J h- 1tt V I j a- dJ pA yoke but geta e of barbwire about eight feeUoog take some of the ltarbs out of ii middle put it around the neckTand give it theo or four ttnoK ok it bawk toward the kneesjfanft tie a pound weight to one l keep it from working aroundton top of the neck And if you thiiiK of could be struck on your farm youjyan go to lied and sleep oilSut so for ns you need to be contFerJfed about that mule tM Shooting atYJM Sterling At Mt Storling has Robinson shunt George Crnnibton in the leg Robinson has beeirin the penitentiary nndvwuOT pardoned by Gov Beckliamjfirice which tunic he has been intrfjjptwo shooting scrapes m Something Mf Prophet The L xin is proving to tlDel1locrut a prophet Ito O Breekinridge t dl withdraw from the rucIor Governor and later said a of the oppo nents of Govefiiorjjtechain would he out of the iilMwhen the primary caftie it hit it exactly it iJolla A mitof Ford was visiting ljl this county a few days thidillek Let EveraSflc Vote The contest f the most popular rexilor ii O t4 s witty 1J1Q1ltittentlOl1 Someone fa goingIn attelid the St Louis Worlds Fair with this hOl1ornndevofXllcholar in the county should vote for their choice It costs only ten cents for a vote andsurely thero is not a scholar in tho county that doesnt esteem i feoine teacher in his mind to thi4utiiount Any one casting ten vutj s will he pre sented with oneODfjthe souvenir buttons which is receipt for one dollar towqrtl the 100000 exhibit fund now being raised in the State Everyone voting in this contest willt have his or her name enrolle l which will be viewed btqsands in the Kentucky B jf njsnfc Mrs Lucy Jrvas taken sick very suddenly Sittaicduy fulling in the back yard 1 She was carried upstairs and Dr Irvin sum moned She is now able togo u bout the house t It Better Weather With the first of tho week came fair weather The nights have continued rool withsome frost Monday nrning The ground is now a O tdry enough to stir and gardeners and farm ets arc busy everywhere Some corn will be pjiinted this week Terily there lias always been seed time and st in this ou- rlaitdofplentyyetiieople often lr won dprfully uneasyf and think fail urea are sure Failures are 13 ourselves aulySYproviden0- ciutrolled never previleatliIgr us W M Johnson YIO has been in the sick list j improving slow h3aHousefoRent House in Eaptpndrof town well- located iuidwithaltoonvcnienees For inforrnationynpp yiitUhlsofiice r i3 J ji iJ1 4 Ift y THER RacketStore Owing to time recent illness of my ntire family I have peen unit blejto serve the good people of tOW till Estillnnrl adjoining counties as I would have liked to have done As we ure 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 PRICKS HO you will feel when you come to OUR STORE that you are glad you are livin- gTowels Table Linens Crushes Plates Cups and Saucers GraniteVure Tinware Fancy A r tlclesJBlankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts 0 venllp Toilet Soups IIlIdIL Thousand and one other things will bo carried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit us as WIJwill sell everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE Ql ve Qbentj em 4ii1ey rhrohi 10c per pair up to 50c They are worth very much more We carry all kinds for the Ladies the Boys and the Girls and we didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE i it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDYtud it is good and Fresh Pojmit Cocoanut Chocolate Lesion 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 8t 00 SHOES only 82 2l Ladies 3 00 1 1 T3 I X 00 ilfi I 275 2 00 1 lit 12 41- t 75 4 50c RUBBERS 84 WoolLined Rubbers jj Underwear Heavy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75o only 15 Heavy MensSliirts worth SOohly 25 Drawers u 50t So Ladies Underwear only 2oc pier garment The Racket Store f j I a vol ti 1 We are agents for the Dutterick I Patterns undwill get any pattern on shprt notice for you that Wi f dont happen to have in tock I Mrs1 W Williams lat City Ky MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life aid Strength ia Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT louisville Y Jimmy 31 roll MKATMALTCO Lousvlk Ky CJentlcmen Harlnsexamined ur Mnt nml plait GuaintedwithItstale that It Is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It testnaildueaiciatlendcdwlUidebiUty Yours truly L D KASTEN UlJf E II D Loulsrille College of Pliancy WCar MALT CO Loulsvlllo Ky 0000 0000 00 0000000000 S 00 000 The Balance- 111ieeh ttaYFniilcJy l w fclfafiten4nt fSf 51 ilgJ o vilii an hlrJfgooifcondition Tithe movement is stllg a- ogieh theres somuthiiiK wrong It s will trove a558 milts in n year mid J requires less tlniii onetenth or n drop of oil to mako It run But it needs that little fondly rite least degree Itemtheo me clear nnd oil IIlIdIllllJUll1wllCh S in order for u satisfy you J WEBB the Jeweler S f LAY CITY S 00000 0000 00 0 00000004 With a bank account for support you can laugh ut all thin ills with which you aro liable to become 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 IUOFKSSIONAI CAltlKS f11ft9 Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ICLAY CITY KY t B LITTLEPAOE M D PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 4 THE CLrAYT 11I llT TIMESflI I I 50 Cents a Yearn Advunc We aTe here to help Clay City iheSironnJing Country anj Ourselves J13 Utirgkr Ir Publisher I VOLT 8 CLAY CITY KY TgmSDAY APR J 30 1803 XO 18 IThe Kentucky OH Fields Few of us realize the position Kentucky has taken of late as an oil center Today the Bluegrass is hustling with oil men Crews of oil drillers promoters and agents nre on the ground nnd much is ex pectetlof the field17te first pumps have been started bvthe Es till Company anti amber oil is 1l0win9into the tanks from sew the rate of several barrels ail hour The wells are expected to maintain an average of five to eight barrels n slay and there is every evidence of such a prospect list little drilling has been done in this county A pool has been utruuk surrounding the village of Irvine and within the urea 11 con siderable production is expected Ihe Standard Oil people nre already on the ground under the name of New Domain The Standard has already secured most of the availa ble leaseholds but the Michigan Company has a handsome slice The Appnehiart Oil Company of Lexington itnd the Flat Rock Oil Co are also drilling insight Eight drills Lire at work two operated by the Great Northern The Estill Company is operating directly east of the Kentucky river The Detroit Companys drilhare r at work adjoining to the eas1 while on the west the Standards drills are working A wolhis ulso JIbrig driven lon the west of the yiic le 11 tgh Sfepffiii early s li to- d a J accommodate the rush of oil ment The Estill field is reached from Lexington and is easiest to access of all the fields From Nicholnsville Junction on the Southern railway the Louisville and Atlantic road lends to Irvine and passes the wells a mile east This makes the field Regi3ter Kentucky Cotton at Worlds Fair It is not generally known that cotton is grown in Kentucky but this is a fact that will be prominent ly brought to the attention of the visitors of the Worlds Fair Full ton county grows as fine cotton ns is to be found anywhere in the South It however is the only county in the State where this cul ture has proved a success Many of the farmers there have turned from corn and wheat to cotton and have found it a profitable change Fruit Safe Yet Mr H F Hillenmeyer the well known Lexington nurseryman says he does not think the fruit prospect has yet been injured with the exception of peaches which were killed in January The outlook is fine notwithstanding the cool and frosty weather since the bloom Miss Myrtle Johnson spent the past week with her friend Miss Minnie Ewen of Slade and reports a pleasant times Stop That Mule xjMr R W Garrett an experi S f4ElH t gJh multi that pushes a fence orcrushes down a gate dont get a patent i Ready For Business Ati I I The firm of Shimfcssel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of 7ktheold stock AT COST My i New Goods are Here t A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by mo and sold at close prices I have an elegant line ofe fi Pall Millinery You can be suited lucre ladies in a Stylish and neatly L trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for 4 these goods is very reasonable and you should SPO our line before buying AVo are closing out 1 nice lino of Ladies L Cloaks Jackets Capes AT 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 auraiRespectfully yours tr C Shimfessel I RBbb N MFG Co4 Winchester Ky WeMq are Headquarters for iWe+ Sash FI oor yt doors CeilingBuilding Paper X Blinds Weatherhoarding Felt Roofing j tt Varandas Pickets Flin oid Roofiing f t Stairways Shingles and Etc and Etc r rif t8toro Frontsto f rteSend US Your Estimates f l I V I t r rromtSMpmentsre 1 i I7- A Yoke llut gptn whe11t5tiabout eight fe some o thohnrbs out if iIr middle put around the neckmnd give it tIu itI or four laps rlc1 it bawk to ward the kneesTfarift tie a pound weight to it from working onQe1tIFcikecp the neck And if be struck on your farm youyjan go to lied and sleep 1I0W gt so far ns you need to be concerned about that mule isIS Shooting at 1V1 Sterling At Mt SterliTii Chas Robinson shot George CrunJpton in the leg Robinson has beemin the peni tentiary andiwasf pardoned by Gov Bcokhah uince which time r he has been into two shooting scrapesSomethinglbf WI Prophet The Lexinttti tIenuerut is proving t09 niethiug of a prophet Hejflrit said Judge Breckinridgej tdtlll withdraw from the r cMifor Governor and later said 11 oi of the oppo nents of GovefAotJBecham would he out of the taijawhen the pri nary cafiie iiptysii it hit it exactly iI John AVd of Ford was visiting frielcountyrotn few days thl l Let Eve e Vote The contest 4 jtlie most lop ularteacher o t 4c uitty 1fs iU li iugJh1 ll attention a11Oii tfte scholars Someone is goingto attelul the St Louis worlds rain with this honor and every scholar in the county should vote for their choice It costs only ten cents for a vote awlisurely there is not a scholar in ilioYcQunty that doesnt esteem feohie teacher in his mind to thisamount Any one casting ten Jtjswill be presented with oittttiftlte souvenir 1 fmor one dollar towirl the 100000 exhibit fund now Basing raised in the State Everyy one voting in this contest will have his or her name enrolledwii a list which viewed afyiyfipusands in the Kentucky Bt 1ldnl6 t Mrs Lucy trwas taken sick very suddenly Solurday falling in the back yard 1 She was car ried up stairs and Dr Irvin sum moned She is cotsable togo u bout the house V Better r titer With the first vof the week came fair weather The nights have continuedool with some frost Monday iinjprning The ground is now Ol tllry enough to stir and gardeners and farm es are busy everywhere Some corn will be plUnted this week Verily there las always been seed time and in this our lund of plenty often get greatly discouraged and won derfully uneasy d think fail urea are sure are ourselves lifyfprovidence i controlled by mighty God never provide afiy xor us W M JOhnsoh who hits been IntlI sick list i rtprovinQ slow ly1khouscJO ient- Ilousc in East n of town well- huiated iuiLwltialI onvenience- sForinforn p il1tthsofhce atiqniIm vt J S t i Y ifo tv 1 oIi THEoff RacketStore0 Owing to the recent illness of my entire finally I have been una bleti serve the good people of Pow oil Estillanti adjoining counties as I would hove liked to hnvo done As we ure now all able to to eat nil 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 Abu are livin- gTowels I Table Linens Crashes Plates Cups and Saucers GraniteVure Tinware Fancy Ar ticlesJBlankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q venllp Toilet Soups I1l1dIt Thousand and one other things will bo carried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit us xs WIwill sell everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE Ql ve 4f 4 1 tilesbent e iqu VIM I Jiiij iiwn lOc per paJup to 50c They are worth very much more We curry all kinds for the Ladies the Boys and the Girls and we didnt leave the Men out We have added a new line to our STORE j it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDY and it is good and Fresh Peiiimt Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream 0 but it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them t your Girl and sure wont think trump the less of you And they cost on ly 20c per pound SHOESMens St 00 SHOES only 82 2i Ladies 3 00t 1 7H Is 2 00I 00 c1 2 to 140 Childrens 2 OOH 00 12 HI it 77i I 22 50c RUBBERS 84- WoolLined Rubbers t f JJ UnderwearHe- avy fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only t5c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75o only f 15- HeavyMensSliirts worth fiOohly 25 Drawers f0 11 25 Ladies Underwear only U cppr garment The Racket Store t I s I t 7 We are agents for the Butterick I Patterns and will get any pattern on shprt notice for you that We dont happen to have in stock Mrs J W Uillinms law City Ky I I EAT MALT 1 THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength la Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEFand PURE OLD MALT Louisville y January ase IIT tALT CO Louisville KJ Otntlcmen HjTlni examined ur Meat and Salt rrcpirition and bem thoroughly a ruatntnl with its composition and cl manufacture I can Ute that It It an efficient nerve and blood tonic Itexcites the appetite and Invigorates digestion atvl- It beneficial In nervous rostratlon and all diaeacesattendcdwletdebility Vours L D KASTENDINE H D Louisville College of Pharmacy NEAT d MALT CO Loulsvlilo Ky mm eeeaieseeee The Balancei- 1Vlieel 1L I yuu +ltD elliifjomitCa chidIJlu1kl h 0 ll1J hul1fgooilcondition Tithe movement is shift a e gjth theres somutliinu wrong It will move a558 miles in a year and dropeofJ that little badly The least degree eof friction on the hearings alter the motion Dont tnko ehnnees Let l ItlIlIltlld oil and mttyourwatrli J sin order for u year It will pay aid J satisfy you JWEBB the Jeweler f LAY CITY With a bank account for support you can laugh ut all thin ills with which you are liable to become burdened Money is a panacea for most troubles 111111 with economy you can afford to deposit with ns reg ularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky IHOKKSSIOSAI nA1tUB h Dr C B DICKSON DENTISTC- LAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D IPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY f r I u TIlE TIMES VUIIUSHEI EVERY THURSDAY I E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rrtcs 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday April 30 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 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 CI Louisville Commercial 75 CI Rome and Farm 75 J SPOUT SPRING Miss Kansas Crow is quite sick at this writing R H Curtis went to Winchester Monday on business John Stephens has moved into the Yair Barnett house B S Burgher is up from Winchester for a few days stay Tom McKinney sold to 0 H Withers ohe aged mare for 25 Several from this place attend ed court at Winchester Monday Thos McKinney bought a span of mules at Winchester court Monday for 30750 MpKinney lirst of tleek on business John Stephens our hust1ng- hiutcrlvdi1eff bild f ducetojUiYfSferlingtlicfirst of the week Merchant R H Curtis has o peiied up a nice line ofshoes dry goods and notions Will please you in prices Call and see him Elder Oscar 0 Brown ofFord will iill the stand at the Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday morning There will be no preaching oirSaturday afternoon sis previously announced as the minister cannot get here in time I Stock of Goods For Sale I offer for sale privately my en tire stock of general merchandise at Spout Spring Good stand and good store house A splendid opportunity for any one desiring to enter business of this kind VV J CHRISTOPHER Spout Spring Ivy u Kimbrell Mrs Morris Larison hag been sick for several days but is now improving Squire John W Tuttle attended ounty court at Winchester lust Monday Pat Wilson of Waco was f here last week looking for a school for his daughter Miss Eula JnB A Wallace of Irvine was here last week in the interest of his candidacy for the ollice of Circuit ClerkHiram Shearer and W G Blan ton of Fox were here lust week Mr Shearer orIJohnson Harris Died April 23 Mrs Effle Burton consumption aged 13 years Bu Hal on Sunday at Jacksons Chapel Funeral sermon by Elder H K Wright May heavens blessings rest on the sorrowing husband and children Stantoh All The Local News From the Coun ty Seat Merchant John H Hardwick was in Lexington Saturday Rev Wm Tharp came to town Tuesday on a business mission Mr Tom McCall went to Lexincr ton Monday on a business trip Mesdames Livie FrenchIHINick French visited Mrs Bush Monday Supt F P Tracy and 0 L Smith went to Mt Sterling last Friday Mrs Martha Bush who lives near town is quite ill and no visible improvement Uncle Ben Hall visited his daugh ter at West Bend from Saturday till Monday Henry Tipton the original and only blacksmith was in Mt Sterling Friday Henry Stephens Henry Bening field Willis Dunavay Dr Swango and Jesse Swango were all in town Monday on business Robert Blackburn the oil man of the Standard Company is on a tour of Bath and Menefee counties this week in the interest of his com pany W T Stringer Clay Citys lead ing painter is shining up our town putting on a few white coats of the beautiful He has the contract to paint the court house Mrs Armsted Forkner of Pilot View Clark county visited her daughter Mrs Jlenry Tipton and other relatives here and in this vicinity during last week and return ed toherhomeSaturduyTle men on tjfetLftfoE a wektga has been settled and theoompariy liaadrfleri ed nil the force to return to their work This is gratifying to the business community or the whole system as capital and labor must go hand in hand as one cannot work without the other We ore blessed again with sunshine the first in the past two weeks for which everybody should be thankful to the giver of all good gifts The farmers are further behind with their spring plowing than for many years before und but few have been able to break any ground for planting owing to the contin ned wet weather Mr A D Caudle the prince of merchants on Cheapsicle in Stanton who sells a dozen apples foradime says he believes that evryman should take his county paper and The Bread Maker0 Has no fears of the result when sing Mansfields Best Patent Flour Milled from the best wheat iiiour way the way that retains the nat ural taste and flavor of the wheat berry Buy it from your Grocer and have better and healthier brpod In your home tRIJ he planked down 50 centsauid said send me the TjMkB for one year for Inever heardof aonceaweek news paper iu an eastern Kentucky town issuing for Iii than one dollar I ti year Severn other take the same view of thomatter us the follow lug new subscrbers added to the list will sh tfWUI Tharp A D Caudle Henry Stephens Willis Dunaway amlDr A M Swango nil of Stantonjaddress and jmmy others are to follow 4 Occasionally Hows This We oeffrjj ro Tjie Hundred Dollars Reward for nny case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F 1 Qhenoy t Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honora ble in nit business transactions and financially abje to carryout any obligations made by the firm WEST tt THUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo b WAiniNd Km NAN l MARVIN Wholesale Drug gises ToiedoO Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directlyupon the blood and janucous surface of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c pVr bottle Sold by all Druggist Halls Frtmily Pills are the let M BAILEY Merchant anJCustoin MILLERf rCLAY CITY KY Custom work sixidays in the week Fresh Groinillo1eiMeal alwas on hanJ K Grinds foroTjesIxth tole v ci MACHINE SHOP flLLKINDS Of Machinery Repaired WB KeepD Stock Steam Fittings Belting Hose andEiectricolSuppilesWEALSO P J Gasoline Engines In a 5 8 and Whorso power The best known power forfnrmersnncl- others printedisLT CHASHAGAN WIHCg3TEB KY 0 4 s tr v onsumpion Cured EUHU1Jttho FilipindjMethod Uk I A soldier wlra srtent two yours in the Phiiippinesjjdiscpvered and brought hoiufin certain cure for Consumption aridjnll lung com plaints Particulars and proof free trout gFv CORPjLSONCpertieX FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIRr if ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOLTEACHERS t IN THE STATE PAID I KENTUCKY BUILDING WORLDS FAIR School children sad public generally Invited to vote to determine the most 4 In Votes ten t ntsesch ten cast at oiie time All money over and above trip ol teach ers tfo into of IhcKentucky UullditiRRl Hx position voter thus the satisfaction ofUknowing a worthy cause Knct important object have been aided nt the same tune a favoille teacher has received iccognltUm Contrst Cull ducted of liducatKinil nxhibit Com mittrc of Kentuek Kxhlblt Assoclnton the otgnnlzittion fornud to raise Jioojxw fore Kentucky nmUlinn and full podUClair the TeiiUlitute having failed 10 raakeanappioprla Boil lIvery educator llii State wlirther teacher iupult He or private or I member or faculty of academy college or university medical dental or theological institution r I torcatholic tUiuiiniuatiifnai sciiool is eligible to tlcciion Member ofthe Educationul 1iio Uxntbit Commiiiieoiuiieexrepied- r uiue 01Ui schoolchildren otlnfto be enrolled In the Kentucky tlullMtig rt the Hxpo Itlon Kentucky will have till exhibit occupying Jyxj squaie feet of space i1iUUUnlace The Kxpccittnn is to be the ricnicst event In the worlds 1111 rloty The I o tenciers chosen will be lucky Inde d In being tendered ihtmrip to the 1alr Hicty county elects Its own not popular edmato 1 becolilityonlsldcoC Jefferson cnstiiiRllu lorjt st iinmler of votes will b= allowed to scud two most the second mot popular TilE VOTES WILL KB TUX CENTS E1CII TEX COXSTITUTISfl A HAMOT At ten cents eaci every sccool child in the Shtc will benble lomft at east one vote for 1t13Uor her favorite teacher Hut the voting will nut be ccmtiiud to school children PAIIKSTS OP ri1IIS 08 AST OK TIIKJIt 1IIIKSHS MtV VOTE The pupose of the Asiocl alion being to elect the most popular cciool t acher in e ch auo mfdei e by tIe public generally an well as by the school children likilots contain tel spmcs so cutS 1 1 trti piipI may le altnng 1l mid eaih glviiiji ten cents be cteditrd with hU or her vote If t npersnn slirs to cast Un vottrsit I h wtlting liiior tier name i u 01 eof till fpaces and remit ting one dollar It is not required that the name ol tile person voting be given i tilt All ftc ICU tor voters namr may lie left blank The Aajo wnuu liowivcr to tnroll in the Kentucky nuiidina at 81 loui next ycT th nami of tvrry child who ca t one snore vote in to ballots ijlIrooda the city for six day an J tdui sicu ko the exposition g uuudu for six days TIIKKK 1AUTIIS Will HR 51AIIK IT FII03I Till 5IO T PnilTfiAn TKACIIKIIS to ranke the trip more profitable and more rttjovniile inch ot these pirticn will conm toffony 101 tcichci s TnU would a 1 ofJU to ra but as there lire uly I go countle in I ellitICky the Asnelll tiou hm decided to nllov two teichers thv moot popular cnn the see nd tiiiwt r pulnr to gi from that county JeOentou extepted whlih cnsJs the greatest number ifvilt in the 0111IAlL TCVCIIKKH IS TilE STATK RTASB OS H KOITAI FOOTISfl li Ihlt cnnlcnt Tlc teacher with only twenty pupil i may teicive more ten thnn tile teacher wlh live or i Ixttie ns nuny enrolled II his or her cool because the voting Ii not confined to chiMren The public will bran Important factor Votes may be for irny person who taught school during looj is t nchin now Thl gives the tencher of a Live month school hlch clucil in November or December tile opiortunl ly to be voted for during tile vacation period ANY XUJinKKOK KVIIITSHAV ri CST ATOXKTIJIE There is no limit Tb more dol larsxent In for any traclur the liore VOIU lie or she vlll be cleditcol withUONK UUIMU CASTS TRN VOTE q rwo lOIIAKi CASTS TWBNTV VOTES THKlR UOtIAHH eATS rIIIRlv VOTES FOUR DOLLARS CASTS IOKTY VOTES 1IVK DOILAUS CASTS IlHTV VOTES TIN nOJLARS CASTS A HUNDRED VUTUS ONlJllUNDltUD DO1 IARS CASTS ONE THOUSAND VOTIIS All of the money received in this contest over and alnve that used in d rnI1r rxpenst of the I3t moit traderof the Slats on thtirt lsto the WorMs Knit will jc for the erec tion IIfn Kentucky at theexm ill onno eve v U ill this contest may liavc the odd tional 3itisfiK lion ofknowing tlat lie has Qidd a worlliy cause TUB STAXDISn OF Tin fOSTKSTASTH MIf BK PIHSTEn FRKQUETTLT in each Cunty lo show his or her friends how the race lit b Ingrun Benin v now your reboot teacher The votes wM be c muted wider the s ioii of the Hdncatlbnal Hxhibit Committee of the Association The Irl nrcl of tlilsiointnltiee isno fj lows 1rof II Ii Dnmnell VldsIfyule Chalrroanrrrof II V Stc The nev Irankforf Frof It I1 llollcct lonUviil 1rof W H irtholiinirnr Joiilsvllc trot I Piul Andervn lexlipton Dr Chusc Ililmer Diuvllle 1irs idcnt William Dinwlddle Jrukson Dr W G 1rost fltrea Dr II B Iluntoon Ioulsvilrt Dr i R Y Mullins ioiiIsiIijDr Arthur Y gsr reor ctowu Suprrintendrnt A Cansidy Iex Ingiou i IrnRKe IrnnVfou Irol I ia ibf Aihlnnd Prof Mcllrniy Rhoads Owrnsbpro Irof T S Allt Irof 0 C Cherry I lspencer Miss Pattle S 11111 Loiiisili Mrs n nrnccnnllhvllirlItCl lluM II Tucker LoulllOI Membetj of the Fdficatlonol Committee are not tilgible to rleetiii ii this contest IlK3IC3inFll KTEBV COtTfTT ELECTS ITS OWN FAVOUITK TKArilER Competition Letwren counts oily applies to the race lor the tioth trio tl c outside of Jeffirson casting theUlargettotfl1 rnbcrof viins btr grunted tl1edl tlnClo 1 senlnl Iwo teach II T 1 he uMullwlll tsunn6unLtdU1tl paper II the tate alitLilil addition Jhltit ncroltl r fl- rouged lory I1IpllsapwillRO to the tearlier eictI eaci nm y I niertlie detailaof ticttip wlll 1 each traclirrchosn bTIUIt glvii tli prlvietrc f iclcctln the taouth June July or J August l44n which lie she wants tt moLe ilte CLIP OUT THIS PALLOT FILL UP ULANKS AND MAIL WITH SI cast TEN votes for We or 1 98A a i c fof as the mostpopular teacher in vjjw Vcounty ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED I J I lOc lOc t 1lOc lOs 4 I jlOc lOc fo 10etroc 10e Voters are not require to SRII their names but the Association wants all school children voting to do so es tlem In the lltuckynlllldlng Votr1 have Iheoptlon of aendini ballots tUrret to the of the Association or to the ipertromWhiehcltpped IU I r be ubalncdby extra or this paper Remittances fnay be made r y certIfied check registered letter i cent express or 4 r Qt money or In currency ntselderlI risk tddrcs all COnlllllltllcationa toU lIt H JlUOHESI rouUvillcKy j the Whitest White CakeiLightes Light RollsU k lAnd Flakiest Biscuit fAte i1fllCVh1b1tSOlIU4 Pearl and Bakers Pride FlourT- ake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed i JiSoldiearFiniseIreputationtorKtnictlon Kvcpy part h In UtghatpeislbleoblUJc1 job warraDt Id Continually addlBtf new tiltlrsl11trActlveline of hlJdll1radu catriaim itSinidforcatalogue and prices COWhotctale ALBION niCtl t popular couuly expenses to the or cast or Oil ndlivu no or io49ncfOSl t 1 M u L 0 i4 1S THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAT ER- e THURSDAY APRil 30 1903 IJOOAIJUHEVITIES EM Xingof Sams was in town yesterday Mrs J B Eaton has recover ed from uspell of sickness Eli B S Burgher came up from Winchester Saturday Elmer Northcutt of Val 1leyView was here several days this week I Squire Tohn W Tuttle of I Kimbrell was observed on the streets Monday Chns Stewart who has been down for some time with typhoid fever is some better The strayed cow advertised for by Judge Webb in our two last f issues has been found Eld T Q Martin of Winches ter is conducting a protracted meeting at Fox Estill county A E Barnett Son have pur chased another boundary of tim her of A Mouutsj on Little Creek for 100- Robert H Niblack was the guest of his brother W S Nib luck near Winchester from Friday till Tuesday The Baptists have organized a f Baptist church at Cannel City and have begun the erection of a house for worship i W S Spidle Secretary of OhioKtntucky Oil Company was here this week looking a- f14te 1 T the Companys interest The foliage on the trees is fast putting out its verdue invigorating new life in all mankind and the sweet singing birds as well John W Vaughn of Phoenix Ariz sends us 1 00 for sub scription to himself and his son Gep W Vaughn of Sentinel Ariz W M Abney of Union Hall was in town Monday and like all other good citizens subscribed for the TIMES before leaving the burg Mr John C Fitch the urbane depot agent of this place has a handsome new rig and has re cently purchased a fine driving horse Win Mount who is working in a store at Irvine came over to see his parents Mr and Mrs Win Mountz Saturday Ho re turned Tuesday morning R W Garrett has sold to John Roberts of West Bend a boun dary of timber on Hardwicks Creek for 150 The timber is i supposed to Vjork out 15000 tics The prohibitionists of the State will meet in convention at Lou isville May 5 and 0 to nominate I candidates for the various State guides to be filled by the coming November election Major J B Blackburn of Stanton was in town Thursday and dropped in ouroffice and i subscribed Jor the TAJIKS for his daughter Mrs Minnie Thomas of Jacksonville Fla The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take pleasant in effect For sale by all dealers in patent medicine t l I M Well made Ready made in la dies Skirts New patterns new styles lowest prices Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky One youth of this town assign ed as the reason he could not attend the singing school at place now goiog on was that he had to hold his lungs solely reserved to root for the ball team Boys leave off going to the ball game Sunday afternoon and see if your conscience dont feel easier when the dark shades of night gather around and surely you will sleep better Try it I once You should not fail to see that nobby line of spring and sum mer Dress Goods now on display at Mrs Williams They are in all the popular shades and weaves and ut living prices The strike of the section hands on the L E has been settled and the men gone back to work The regular hands get the 1 25 per day as demanded and the foremen get 47 50 per month The foremen demanded 50 00 The Harrodsburg Democrat is sued a 24page paper last week account the big I 00 F street fair in that city 111 G Jack son of this county works on this paper which position he has held since he left the Turns in the fall of 1808- Extensive improvements are to be made by the L E at Natural Bridge for the coining season to add to its attractive ness and also to provide greater facilities for handling the large member of excursionists who flock to this resort Frank Edwards the noted vocal and instrumental music teach er has secured a class at this place and will teach them how to sing The school is very well patronized but not so well as it should be It Tuesdn night and all in attendance are pleased with his methods of teaching We have added a line of Ladies Muslin Underwear in the desirable garments nnd at popular prices Mrs J W William Clay City Ky Col John K Hendricks has withdrawn from the race for Governor which leaves the field open to Gov Beckham Hen dricks was our man but it is bet ter to draw oil than to be beat en off which we suppose would have been the case if he had run on There is consolation in the fact that the best man seldom winsThe Republicans of Estill county will hold a convention May 28 to nominate a candidate for Circuit Clerk The candi dates are Jas A Wallace Hen ry Witt and James Reed Wal lace has filled two terms already and if elected will have rounded out 18 years in this office at the expiration of the next term A disordered stomach may cause no end of trouble When the stomach fails to preform its func tions tle bowels become deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing nunicrousdiseases the most fatal of which are painless nnd therefore the more to bo dreaded The important thing is to restore the stomach and liver to a healthy condition and for this purpose no better preparation can be used than ChamberlainsStomahand Liver Tablets For sale by all dealers in patent medicine rt v Grip Remedies In Great Demand When colds Andlrip are preva lent the surest reme dies are in great demand Mr Jo seph D Williams of McDuff Vu says that he was cured gof a very grippesRemedy after several other preparations with no effect For sale by all dealers in patent niedi dine 4 Mrs Hibaugh Hof Louisville is visiting her sister Miss Jess Virginia Thomas I Danger of Colds and Grip The danger fronrcolds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia- If reasonable care 16 used however and Chamberlains bough Remedy tnken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of ihousands 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 cure a cold or- an attack of the grip in less tjme than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all dealers in patent medicine K i ft The L E local freight run ning between Lexington tool Jackson was wrecked Wednes day morning a mule north of Natural Bridge std completely blocked the track The passen gers bound West were transfer d to the Eastbound passengertrain which backed to Clay City be fore it could bo turned None of the crew of the freight were in jured SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by One Bottto of Chamberlains Cough Remedy When 1 had airf attack of the grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bot tIe of ChamberlainVOough Remedy says Frank W Perry editor of the Enterprise ShortHVille 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 Iwould 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 surprise Is putting it verx mildly 1 had nQ idea that it would or could knockout the grip simplybecause 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 du ration but the pains were far less severe and I had not used the con cents of one bottle before Mr Grip had bid me adieu For sale by all dealers in patent medicine Dont forget this office when you need any kind of Job Printing Those who begin by trying to deceive others end by deceiving themselves The Keystone of Good Health- is pure food Lion Coffee is all coffeenG glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de fects and cheapen its quality richinsealed packagesnever in bulk n4 Just Received From Facor7I THE CDEATUT WAY AlCSMAN IN AMERICA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE N SHIELDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED DY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles r AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON I CLAY CITY KYSOLE 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 and they can depend upon getting everything they need at liv ing prlcesWe want your produce and if top prices will get it I we are going to trade with you t We are now coducting a general store atSpoutspring where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatment j and fair dealing as at the main store i We Are In The Timber Business heavy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties inihis section that money can buy at market walueWepafftheC- ASH tt when your wAgon is unloaded Dont Trade until you see us Twill pay you Remember full stores at both places AlE BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY J F Tonsorial Artist I CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooing and all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors and clean towels Laundry Agency in ConnectionI JDont WEBB fail to give him a callI D1 H WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty v Located in the Eatonshop at the old race crossing J IlOurline of Straw and Grass Slat tings ire superior to any thing shown in this vicinity in qualities for the prices Would be glad to have you look them over befor- buying Mrs J W Williams Clav City K- ySTANDARD I Shuttle Rotary STANDARD GRAND SWELL FROzr LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH IN ONE HALL CHARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that nail Iron SHIO up The Standard Rotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 Applv to our local dealer or If there Is na your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City ny A SOAP THAT Sewing Machine TWDAfACfflNBS WRK RrsST I V IIOI 76 Leo IIAmorer- WeSWiigCreamandSlianpo This line of blebgrade soaps and prep InlameMado from a combination of puro oils and the Mexican Amole Plant long cele pccuUarlyclcansInllThese soaps embody features which particularly adapt them to delicate and sensitive A j SoapIn25 cents and we vrtll man you an assorted box of high grade soap 3 cakes Mexican Arpole Soap Co PEORIA ILL rCIIF + Will htteJ Bank INCORPORATED N HiiTiiEnspoo Pre- GapitalcStock 20000- 0lwSurplus a 20030- We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 542 I Allslcrnesslsc USPd bydlnenso germs These germs are In tiu nlr wo trenthe In the water we drink In the food wo rat and our bod lea are full of them Any disorder of the blood stomach or bowels or any bruboor cut on the body will put these germs to wotk and sickness and pain follow To restore health thnsa germs must ba killed Kings Royal Germeteur 1s A GERM KILLER Taken internally it goes Into the blood and through all the porn In the body absolutely kill log tho gtrms oC dUcakfl There Is no other medicine like Itaud lieoea thousands of its cures sgemalmostilkemlracirs It has thousands of Indorsements KILLS GERMS OP MALARIA ABE July 28 toot Malaria cannot exist whereKlagsRoyal Ocr meteur Is used W A wAnal CURES KIDNEY TROUBLE AND INDIGESTION Apr 1 1001 Kings Royal GerineneurLas done mo more ROod tool In my life tor ldney troubleandlndlgest1ou I fel like a new- man since taking tour bon lea C J WAD- Kdermeteur Is sold errrywhere Ooe Bottle SI I 6 Bottles 8 or sent direct from the Laboratory AddrtUt GEORGIA MEDICINE CO IUBMWILIJ j Furnace MaryA Arthur vistell liar pa rents this week Mr II Noland visited SundayeMiss Addie Frazier was the guest of Lovvla Holman Sunday Much fencing and other farm improvments are in progress this week i Mr G W Lyle Srwns the guest of his son G VTLyle Jrr and family Sunday Miss Minnie Bratton of Cat Greek spent Sunday and Monthly with her sister Mrs ND Wire man Misses Ethel MoKnight and Mabel Newkirk spent Sundayaf ternoon with Miss Clyde Wire manMr 11 r and Mrs G D Howell and children spent Sundnylttiitl Mrs Howellslnotlier Mrs TW New kirk M F N 40 Cob Hill Mrs Gnrrett Watson iayfery sick Born tp the wife of James C Es tcs n boyLeonard Miss Edna Howell attended church at Millers Creek Sunday JUadam rumor eaith one of our prominent young gentlemen win goon take unto himself a bride Mr and Airs Chas Smyth have returned home from a visit to the Patters parents at Why Not Messrs A D Howell and Chas Watson are very busy receiving ties This is the place for nil kinds of business- i A two lIollth school will begin thefirst Monday in May Mrs- ollinstitilt trainthop ung ideas- how to ehpotr Mr Thomas Watson of Mays vine after an absence of many years is visiting friends and relatives at this place Mr Sherman Robbins was has tily summoned to Ohio to the bedside of his sister Mrs Henry Carr rolLvwho is very ilhwliDrippirig Spring Met hodistchurch will hold a meeting on a large bluff or pinnacle the second Sunday in May tocontinue 12dnysla I r v 1 Puckett Our sick are improving very nicely v We continueVV to have plenty of 1 ruin Quite n tpmJ rfIJH rere on our streets JtKing and J S t AtltlnisLte- turned Sunday from u business trl o Bea e tVmoved to the price recoiitlyt oc cupied by Dr KNealfUear Log Tf Lick w I Messrs Stepheilt rr Elkin of I Iron Mound passed through our city Monday on their way to Win chester James Snowden sold one horse to J S Adams forfcl75J Greel io Snowden sold a horse tojlames Snowden for 85 li Ring J S Adams Philip Puckett James Snowden find Ev erett Dawson aft ended court ril Winchester Monday Business is almost paralyzed in this country account oft ebad roads People should put their heads together and see to this matter at a time suitable and see if we can do something to nb tain n i better system of road I 1VOrltlllgt J t t e art cams SfcWe sOl1e nice weath er at this writing Newton Tiifttlq was visiting at Panola Saturday and Sunday Thomas Kojindtree called on his hest girliatWest Bend Sun VdnyMrs Pleas Vittof Ford is visiting friendsand relatives here this week T Farmers in this section are further behind with their work than they hide1Celt for years Sam Yarberandwife were vis iting HenrY Alcorn and wife Saturday niglitjiand Sunday Xena George llogersof near Bowen was hero Sunday JA Crabtrje and Win Mar tin were here Stindiy Melvin Martin went to Shide Saturday on business Robert Martin visited his best girl near Patsy Sunday v J B Hogersmil hustling mer chant is on the puny list this weekS Barnardour j local tie ngent was hercFriday on busi ness Mr GOli i1ells left lust Mondnp to oin the U S army iJames McGoy find wife visited friends near Genpt Saturday und Sunday Marcus Adams visited friends wear the Hi h Hocks the first of the week V j G n CrabiVee and Bon Smyth visite1JamesB logers and fuin J iliungayiJ i l 0 Mr Ar Clllnrttn nail the inail carrier at GenejwCre here Satur day visiting friends P Y Drake of Dundee was called to GladyS Branchone day last week to inspect a large num ber of railroad tips for H Hunks Mr Hrfuks says lie is well pleased with the inspection BAD Joiix tlfiuy h P A Subscription Puller An editor in h neighboring town recently seated that he had Iwen kissed b lffi of the most beautiful marriewomen in the town and thathe voijld announce her name in hisfpjiper sometime in the course qf Ahe next two months In twoiweeks the circu lation of lys pa er doubled But when ho gilve the name of his wire he hail to leave town a tMust BelPushed Au exchaugei5rlgtly says Thre are two things that we must have in this country let it cost what it unityrTliey tire good roads and goodipsjchools Most everything es takq care of itself but thesei wo must push from morning tiUfjught year in and year out 1i1 Value of Meakal Services In the liintg fry Circuit Qourtj Dr Coreyspn sued the estate of H OjJMudd for a doe toys bill of 1000 or f40 per day for 40 days serfices He wtis awarded 1115 po rrtltty or a total ofi t t 1 F el a 0 Seventy and Seventeen pj Mr John Brgivli and Miss Hai ly Brooks botlfp plinton coup- ty were inarriedi The i 70 and the bride P 117KJ n Where one inanidijsof thirstV ten thousand drink themselves to death I 0 r I tiIt IAnew brick company wjth a of 5000000 per year has been organized at Lexington The plant will be located on the L E road WP Walton tho boldand fearless editor of the Democrat is president of the new company Send 32c iii stomps and get full trial treatment of Wilsons Mor phine Cure Corp Wilson Cal vert Tex Sweet Potato Plants for Sale Sweet Potato sure for every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come and get what you need All of the hest varieties J W Mize Vaughns Mill Ky Wm HOGAN CLAY CITY KY Carpenteringand Let onyournextJobRates Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer of tbo Brooklyn East End Art Club totheir I wives mothers and daughters and if they would observe results would find notperformqedltfor lit consulting with my druggist he wk vised McElrees Wine of Cardul and Thed fords BlackDraught and to I took it and have every reason to thank him for a new lire opened up to me with restored health and it only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui is a regulatorof the menstrual functions is a most as tonishing tonic for women It cures I scanty too irreg ular and pamfulmenstruation of the womb whites and flooding It is helpful when woman childbirth quently brings a dear baby to homes that barren All druggists have 100 bottles of Wine of WINEoFCARDUI F BO YEARSI t MARRs DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may qnlcklr our an Invention Isprobablrpstenubla Communlen dons strIM eonDdentfnL on Iatents sent tree Oldest securing patents Patents taken throush Munn k eo receive tptetalnotUe without charge In the Sdtltlfit Mmerlcane Ahuidiomolrlllnitrated weekly rrlletnreolation of sclentldo Terms S3 a Tenri four months fl Sodbyalinewedealora York Branch Office 2S F BU Washmcton WEISTWith Co St Louis Mo will make regular trips tbrouli this section Freight equalized with Louisville und Cincinnati houses Clay City Hotel J IL EATCIN Prop tI Table supplied with the best the markert affords Everything neat and clean Rates 8100 per day I 5 I SPRING 1001 r Bluegrass Nurseries FRUIT AND ORNAKEliTALTREES OHAEE VINES SMALL FRUITS ASPARAGUS RHUBARBS And everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Roth Phones HF Hilleivmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY I Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Soft 1 1902 EASTBOUND No2 No4 Daily ex Sun Dally ex Sun Stations P m AM Lv Lexington 225 745 AVincbester 310 825 L EJunction 822 837 1 Olny City 850 JIStanton 400 028 1 Natural Bridge 431 051 Torrent 449 IODS 1 BenttyvHleJuncOll 10a1 0 A KJunct 011 11 6- Aruckson0 05 1180 WEST nouxi No3 No l yexSunStations Jackson2t2i 025 II OK Junct 2100 021 1 BeattyvilleJunca2C r 20 Torrent347 744 Natural Bridge 401 801 Stanton 430 828 Clay Olrv 4W 8S7 LE Junction 508 010 mm Winchester 520 02- 3ArLexingtonOQ idIP- NosSand 4 mnke close connections for Cnnnol City and points on the O it K Division dully except Sunday Nos land 2 connect nt L A E junction with 0 A 0 for lltStcrlhlg IInd local points Nos 1 mid 2 connect at Beatty ville Junction with L A for Beutty ville daily except Sunday J II BARR CIr s Scorr 9en Manager GeiiPne- sAgtTAROLEIJM A scientist chemical preparation ForCurinfDiSeiisesof Stimulates a naturalheaUhy J growth removing nllama lit Ion and soreness TAROLEUM will mix with water In all proportions consequently does not exclude the moisture from the foot This will be appreciated by thoughtful horsemen AS A DtlESSlNO Paint the foot all over twice a day and polish with a brush If you want the shine HOOF PACKING Wet up a sufficient quantity of OilSIeal wllh one part of TAR OLEUM to six of water and bind on the feet This packing will soften hard contracted feet removing the In flammation and soreness Qioucntn Uui Jut tl 1197 w r Yo1I1q Don amtI k rt seed year TiraUia ODd taa ro emend It lo ftll hortcaien u a enl eaaI hoof drulg I btr wilt with oll mol Ce pMklaf tae boriei feu- sadaa u n yoa the wan wan At- Yourdrilj Juiii n Tau Sells at 75c a t 8SHO a gallon and In bulks galloncan5111010gaUoncan1500 Shipped F O II Springfield Mass tons on the can Booklet free W F YOUNG P D F Springfield Mass fIll JustWhat You Want USEFUL NOVELTIES 1InrtHndo of wood the I and teal rods sharpened and braced JaudScissors The Sharpener IDEAL Knife I 1 II Matchless 52do SashLodr A sate ventilator aUl- lEertectlock Elfeait plo strong and dura Sim Themostperfectantlrattler about to get out of or fullyguaranteed = Eagle I IIThus art only afew ofottrJfovelUe We manufacture afun line Sendfor Catalogue and Pricei k COMSTOCK NOVELTY CO ttUNTtNOTON IND For 30c in stamps will mail n full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never fails Writeto Corp Wil sea Culvert Tex v v t i 1- r