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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I THE cLAY TTY TIMESr IY1 r I 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the SrjBBiing Country and Ourselves J B Burgher Jr Publisher I I VOL 8 CLAY CITY KY THljgJSDAY MAY 7 1903 NO 19 IRaid on Estill Shiners W T Short Deputy Collector and J 0 Mullins Deputy Mar shal raided a moonshine still in Estill county destroying four hundred gallons of beer and tak ing a complete outfit The oper ators escaped Let Every Democrat Help The State election will hiflCCUfdrawal of his opponent leaving Governor Beckham a walkover for the nomination to succeed himself has reduced the interest in the con test and may result in a light vote unless the Democrats are aroused to action There are several other sharp contests for offices almost os important as that of Governor and it is hoped that such expression he given in the races as will make the nominees the decided choice of the voters Every Democrat ought to feel enough interest in the selection of nominees for his party to give a portion of the day for the purpose of helping to make the choice Remember that next Saturday is the dayLexington Dem crat Assassination of Attorney Alarcum James B Marcum a prominent attorney and U S Commissioner was assassinated while standing in the front door of the court house at Jackson talking to B J Ewen i iWo shots flrej3re4r6mA corrifj jr ui der of thecot oq Ja i J 1f 1 iSfirfthe rbacfkna line other pietf fug through the top of his head lie had just filed some papers for the reopening the contest cases No arrests have been made Such lawlessness as is prevalent in Breathitt county should be stop ped and doubtless could be if the prosecuting authorities would do their whole duty It is unrensontK ble to suppose that such dastardly deed could be perpetrated in the court house in open daylight and the guilty one escape nnappreheud ed An Impressive Revelatton Though Kentucky was not offi cially represented the dedica tion of the St Louis worlds fair last week there was a good ma ny residents of the Blue Grass State at the ceremonies Every visitor from the commonwealth found that this exposition will surpass anything in the history of nationsAt head of this mammoth undertaking is a former Kentuck innGov D R Francis who was born in the neighboring county of Madison It is safe to say that had 100000 Kentuckians instead of 1000 attended the dedication exercises they would have returned home ready and anxious to contribute something to the fund being raised by the K EA for a fitting representation of the State there next fall A Word to the Citizens of Powell IGenet Ky0 Apr 28 1008 iClTJJNJlag o purred u e 1iife s close at hand when we must e lect a Representative to the Leg V Ready For Business The firm of Shiriifessel Waldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COS My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices 1 have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and you should spe our line before buying We are closing out a nice line of Ladies Cloaks Jackets Sf Capes AT COST and if you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours rayShimfesselc 1 R 1WANCE MFG Co Winchester Ky a forSashl doors CeilinJBuilding Paper F Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Roofing Varandas Pickets untold Roofing I r Shingles and Etc and Etc thStoreFronts f Send us Your Estimates If v v I tProm Shipments f y I 1a islaturo of Kentucky Let us look up theInanarrespective of politics who le himself to do sometliingcfr the State You all are sucfely aware of the three great drabacks to our State Flrstlawlessness second defective land titles third bad roads As toproposition No 1 a Kentuckian has a name a Broad that he wilfshoot you down on the sh provocation As to propos i nNq2 I will say that the writer has ridden the mountain portion Ct if1owellconn- ty over and tiino itbnin with pros pective buyers of mineral and timber lands int ten years AfterUitwould see o nough SOll1e convmce them that it be a paying investment thQnext question is how is the title then we would pull offourjust years straw hat to keepVurMiar from pushing it off findiegiii the oft told story viz t W lfin old man named Lee first Mtfled this land and he truch pafiodatyhile and then he sold outito Valler and give him a bdndiValler left his coat out at thejc2jb and his cow ate coat bpndantl all then Wal ler sold to Uncle Tacket giving him his wHtten on a day book leaftllIbth o wording- wns deponent IjhaweUi not Un cle Phil lived tlto Jand until his death Jfeifiad a largo fami ly and the li irsWegSixBtp sell the tillaYcflltithan tliOrabovp Finally it fell into the hands itusJ The next question wast how far back does that date Well 125 years Is that of record in the County Clerks office Why most as suredly not Then we dont want the landi was the reply As to proposition No 3 I will say that in the mountain portion of the county thee public roads are not wide enough to drive a sheep From December until June they are almos knpassable to a feller afoot 01 Now Gentloiriori lets start to find the man who will go down to Frankfort and liave thee statutes changed a leetlel so as to obvi ate the threegrett hindoraces to our welfare Spoopendyke Republican Convention at Stanton The KepublicaiiB of Powell cqunty metatStantonSaturday in convention pursuant to a call of the county chairman J H Hard wick for the purpose of electing delegates to go to Paris May Oth S H Hardwiok was elected chairman and Ton Ogden Jr Secretary TJieVote of the coun ty was instructed Jo be cast for John C Wood the present in cumbrent IjL OlJill was a strong second 5 KCntuckySoldler Killed Win Carmpdya regular army private wliosehQlne was at Mt Sterling was killed t by a street car atSt Louis where he had gone with hiRkregimenMo attend the Worlds Kair dedicatiou cer emonies q N The past wClChas been very nice spring weather with several nights and frost two morn ingV tt has rained but little and the groundjiuj tho bottoms is dry enough Tto plow for the- first time tbi jp it1g t r t1 b tJ I I 11 Y THE RacketStore Owing to the recent illness of my entire family I have been una blejto serve the good people of Pow ell Estill and adjoining counties as I would have liked to have done AH we are now all able to to eat all we can get and then some we will from now bo 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 tides Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts Q venUs Toilet Soaps nda Thou sand and one other things will be carried by our RAOKET STORE Dont fail to visit IIB as we will sell everything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE jloves w You cant bent em Theyrun from lOo per pair up to 5Oclhuylire 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 it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDY and it 10 good and Fresh Peanut Cocoanut Chocolate Lemon and Cream 0 hut it is nice you might get slime of those Kisses and give them t your Girl and she wont think any the Jess of you And they cost on ly 2Qc per po- undSHOES Mens 84 00 SHOES only S3 2J Ladies 3 00 1755 h 200 9J 2 16II IIJ49 Childrens 2 00 00 1 25 40 it 75 4 22 50c RUBBERS 4 24 WoolLined Rubbers 33 UnderwearHe- avy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 750 only 45 HeavyMensShirts worth SOorily 25 Drawers u 50 25 Ladles Underwear only 25c per garment The RacketStore i I l Burglars made an unsuccessful attempt to rob the postoflico at Grayson Mr Augustus E Wilson has an nounced himself u candidate for tin Republican nomination for Gover nor Dr J D Kiser Merrick Lodge Room 22 Lexington Ky Eve Ear Nose and Throat a Specialty will be at Clay City Friday May 22 House for Rent House in East end of town well located and with nil conveniences For information apply at this oflice Wo 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 Jr W Williams Clay City Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of irood land well improvedat Lillys Ferry ono mile west of Spout Spring Well watered fineorchard good dwell ing of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood und other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALiEN OSBORN Spout Spring Ky n sWheelJlui2mmt1hvibrations nn hour if its in good sluggishJ will move a558 miles in a year nnd J requires less thnn onetenth of n drop of oil to mnke it run But it needs that little bndly rhe leapt degree of friction on the bearings altersthe motion Dont take chances Let yourwntchInsatisfy you WEBB the Jeweler- S jCLAY CITY + 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 reg ularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky rnOPESSIONAL CAUD8 NId1NW1V W ILNWNr4rNW444A4NJIIWINP Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON ICLAY J CITY KY I B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON I CLAY CITY KY s THE v cLAY thTr TIMESI 1 t I 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City theijigCountry and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Jr JublishcrI I VOL 8 PLAY CITY KY fMMBAY MAY 7 1903 NO 19 Raid on Estill Shiners W T Short Deputy Collector and J 0 Mullins Deputy Mar shal raided a moonshine still in Estill county destroying four hundred gallons of beer and talc ing a complete outfit The operators escaped Let Every Democrat Help The State primary election will occur next Saturday The with drawal of his opponent leaving Governor Beckham a walkover for the nomination to succeed himself has reduced the interest in the con test and may result in a light vote unless the Democrats are aroused to action There are several other sharp contests for oflices almost as important as that of Governor and it is hoped that such expression he given in the races as will make the nominees the decided choice of the voters Every Democrat ought to feel enough interest in the selection of nominees for his party to give a portion of the day for the purpose of helping to make the choice Remember that next Saturday is the dayLexington Dem crat Assassination of Attorney Marcum James H Marcum a prominent attorney and U S Commissioner was assassinated while standing in the front door of the court house at Jackson talking to 13 J Ewen r 1Wdskate Wereflredronia torrli- tl rot e o nu 1- tt hrtki r Mm 74iJiitraltBe 0 p 88 ing through the top of his liead lie had just filed some papers for the reopening the contest cases No arrests have been made Such lawlessness as is prevalent in Brcatliitt county should be stop ped and doubtless could be if the prosecuting authorities would do their whole duty It is nnreasona ble to suppose that such dastardly deed could be perpetrated in the court house in open daylight and the guilty one escape nnapprehend ed An Impressive Revelatton Though Kentucky was not offi cially represented at the dedica tion of the St Louis worlds fair last week there was a good ma ny residents of the Blue Grass State at the ceremonies Every visitor from the commonwealth found that this exposition will surpass anything in the history of nationsAt head of this mammoth undertaking is a former Kentuck ianGov D R Francis who was born in the neighboring county of Madison It is safe to say that had 100000 Kentuckians instead of 1000 attended the dedication exercises they would have returned home ready and anxious to contribute something to the fund being raised by the K EA for a fitting representation of the State there next fall A Word to the Citizens of Powell iGenet Ky Apr 28 1008 fJ3itOTHi 1TJJPI mi siteyer rM purre oy u t tme is close at hand when we must e lect a Representative to the Leg v Ready For Business The firm of Shiinfessel tit Wnldron having been dissolved and the partnership closed I will continue the business at the old stand and will continue to sell the remainder of the old stock AT COS1 My New Goods are Here A nice clean wellselected stock of everything you need will be kept by me and sold at close prices I have an elegant line of Fall Millinery You can be suited here ladies in a Stylish and neatly trimmed Hat if you can be anywhere The price for these goods is very reasonable and yoii should see our line before buying Wo are closing out a nice line of Ladies 4 Cloaks Jackets Capes AT COST andif you are looking for something in this line at a bargain dont fail to investigate my stock Thanking the public for past patronage and earnestly soliciting a continuance of same I am Respectfully yours iC Shimfessel4 qrF IWANCE MFG Co Winchester Ky t I forSashI doors CeillnrBuilding Paper F Blinds Weatherboarding Felt Roofing Varandas Pickets Flintoid Roofing t Stairways Shingles and Etc and Etc t StoreFronts Send us Your Estimatesjrnw r Y i Prom Shipments itCr I a isluturo of Kentucky Let us look up the mankfrrespective of politics who will plijdgo himself to do something or the State You all are atir ly aware of the three great draWbacks to our State First lawlessness sec ond defective land titles third bad roads Ad to proposition No 1 a Keiitucldan hns a name a Broad that he wiUshoot ou dowti on the sh htestptovocatJon- As to proposi ii NQV2 I will saythat the wrift has ridden the mountain portia f Powell coun ty over and timeHgain with pros pective buyers 01 mineral and tinvber lands inl tune past ten years After tlflR would see o noughand then some to convince them that it be a paying investment tinext questitn is how is the tule then we would pull off ourjijst years straw hat to keep oar iar from pushing it oil and begitY the oft told story vizi Well to old man named Lee firafvecttlcd this land and lie trudkpateled awhile and then he sold oufrrto Waller and give him a bOiil Viper left his coat out at the crhi And his cow ate coat bond and all tltenWal ler sold to ITncleiphii Tacket giv ing him his rig wHtten on a day book lent ingjwas It not Undo Phil livfifTorHfthe lend until his death pad a large fami ly and the lifiifs egiiio sell the aYclilf r titftin Wtt tito than tlieabovp Finally it fell into the hands of us The next question washow far back does that date Well 125 years Is that of record iti the County Clerks office Why most as suredly not TJien we dont want the land was the reply As to proposition No 8 I will say that in the mountain portion of the county thee public roads are not wide enough to drive a sheep From December until June they are almost Hnpassable to a feller a foot 0 Now Gentlqmeri lets start to find the man who will go down to Frankfort and have thee statutes changed a leetle so as to obvi ate the three great liindoraces to our welfare Spoopendyke Republican Convention at Stanton The Republicans of Powell county metatStantonSaturday in convention pursuant to a call of time county chairman J H Hard wick for the purpose of electing delegates to go to Paris May Oth S H Hardwiok was elected chairman und Tom Ogden Jr Secretary The vote of the county was instructed Jo be cast for Iblm 0 Wood the present in umbrent IL alJill was a strong second 5 Kentucky Soldier Kilted Wm Carmpdy n regular army private whose JiQliie was at lit Sterling was killed by a streetcar utSt Louis where he had gone with his regiment to attend the Worlds F ir dedicatioU cer emonies V Time past weeIChas been very iiice spring weatherwith several cppl nights anil ntost two mornings It has rained but little and the groan 1 iii the b ttomn- Is B dry enough Tto plow for th- first e time Uli IJl v r r l I TH- ERacket Store Owing to the recent illness of my entire family I have been una blejto serve the good people of Ppw ell Estill and adjoining counties as I would have liked to have done As we are 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 tidies Blankets Quilts Window Shades Gloves Shirts o ver ills Toilet Soaps Rnda Thousand and one other things will be carried by our RACKET STORE Dont fail to visit us us we will selleverything CHEAP at our RACKET STORE jlovesLr r You cant beatein Theyrun from lOo per pair up to 5Oclhuylire worth very much more We curry nil 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 it is too sweet to tell but not to eat CANDY and it is good and Fresh Pesmut Cocoanut Ohocolate Lemon and Cream 0 hut it is nice you might get some of those Kisses and give them tit your Girl and she wont thinkany the less of you And they cost on ly 2Qc per po- undSHOES Mens 84 00 SHOES only 82 23 Ladles 3 00 1 1 73 200II II 99 275U U 141 Childrens 2 00 09 125 4ft- I 751 22 fiDe RUBBERSH 21 WoolLined Rubbers I 33 UnderwearHe- avy Fleeced Shirts worth 57 cents only 45c Heavy Fleeced Drawers worth 75c only 95 HeavyMensShirts worth SOorily 25 U Drawers 50II 25 Ladies Underwear only 25c per garment 1 The f Racket Store L Burglars made an unsuccessful attempt to rob the postoflice at Grayson Mr Augustus E Wilson has an nounced himself a candidate for tho Republican nomination for Gover norDr J D Riser Merrick Lodge Room 22 Lexington Ky Eve Ear Nose and Throat a Specialty will be at Clay City Fridav May 2 House for Rent House in East end of town well located and with till convenience For information apply at this otlice We 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 Clav City Ky Farm For Sale Ninety acres of trood landwell improvedat Lillys Ferry ono mile west of Spout Spring14ell watered fine orchard good dwell ing of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Good neighborhood end other conveniences Will sell at a bargain ALIEN OSBOUN Spout Spring Ky it The Balance = Wheel jLook inside Y9JryaJchit2t1nt s evibrntionsan hour If its in good condition If the movement is slug gisli theres something wrong It will move 3635 miles in a year and J requires less than onetenth of n drop of oil to make it run But it needs S that little bndly The least of friction on the bearings altersthe motion Dont tnke chances let yourwntchinJ satisfy you WEBB the Jeweler CLAY CITY Y 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 reg ularly anything over your actual expensesClay National Bank Clay City Ky PROFESSIONAL GAUDS hMh h1nM LNMPnJM hM4dyNJhNUy Dr C B DiqKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY R A IRVIN M D IPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 1 B LITTLEPAGE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 CLAY CITY KY 9 0 TIE 1 LffESIIUII- LiSIIED H it KVK11Y THUUSDAY 1 E Burgher Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise fCents Entered ns gecondcliifes mull matter Thursday May 7 1003 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned TlleTn1ES aiid CodrierJpurnal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 75 ce Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING We expect to be able to report a wedding in a few days Allen Osborn now otters his ad mirable farm near this place for sale 1 ArWinlnfntJlIe oil man of College Hill was here a short while Tuesday Elder BS Burgher mpycd his household ellects fo his bluegrass home lastweek- Reulen Tipton was one of the Federal graiid jurors at Rich mond last week Mrs JE Nihlack of Clay City was the guest of Miss Dollie Cliristophrjist week Mrs J W Tipton of Clay City was the guest of lier sister Mrs R H Curtis Tuesday Mrs P CL Pryor i visifeu her- dnugllte J r Mrs Ray McKinney at Wl1lt rsvlle the first of the weekE F Edwards the noted sing jug school teacher and instru mental music instructor was here Saturday night Mr II F Christopher an nil around enterprising farmer is the first in this neighborhood to ex claim Done planting cord The three Republican candj = dajks for Circuit Clerk in this county are warming things up a leetle Henry Witt seems to Ijefhe winner The river at Tiptons is once more fardable and travel between your place and this town has lien resumed after a suspense of several weeks Ins F McKinney Squire John WT Tuttle and a Mr Shearer are the appointed oflicersjn this pre- cinctfor the Democratic primary Saturday T S McKinney is nowa very busy citizen if at one time he was awarded walldngcane for being the laziest man hiI town Ties must lie hauled to market Elder Oscar C Brown wasntt at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday on account of being kept at his home church to ccjn sliuljnhte the plans for his ordination which will take place Sat urday before the fifth Sunday iii this month Good crowds were out and disappointed It of Goods For Sale I offer fciIalepfivltely my en tire stock of general merchandise atSpout Spring Good stand and good store house A splendid opT portunity for nny one desiring tQ enter a iluerAes Vft jcjn4 rJ CIIUISTOPHEK rSpout Spring Ky i Critters Rid go in Kaintlcke May 4100- 3uelohar Editer Burgal j Heeres lookint ot jer wl Loath ize agln11re nr aid wel and hoap you ar the eaiin i haw nuthen in paticular to tel yo excep that ye olreddy no we hay not found it eny yit bout nut Were dun is we hay put out 1 bushel an thre pecks ingern sets par sesrthat wil do Us to talng wy erly Jettis an rich but our patch fer faul nn winter we aint planted yit Say i thaut i wns gwine to sit too emu downto yvro town theiJl aprile too thatar sho but Iowan Letmouldthe bird had alone Sa liurpa wundcrwhat mud em doo that Wymi thin put upHHarepctut6 here and thur wy tits got permishun from D H Crow to put there papery on hisi mill and dont you think tint plas terd him up in than an me an Ed Baker an Jake lUullens Had to tare into him So he ciild git out i tell yti danel wus glad to see us when we ganed entdrensc sal Burga How abonf this coal oil biznessrinir lies bin fellers a roun wantin too leese it hit iz sumpthin i done under stun Sum ss tint can stop you film makin tics if you leese it i dun no thin sum wun elce tcdat the durrik wood explode an blow Critters Kige plum over to sliide i dunnothitt nether i am astin you then an nuther I thing i doan understand this thing bout party uv the test part an party uv the eecon his hairs signs tokens administrators an Jn burds nn Jinnies what iz that i tel ye tha hav Jistgofto nsen so mutch hiflooten Jangage that a feller wi no lurnin cant hold em a cannel i am gwino to wnte tel i here from you fore i leese it- Yores in a tangle Cotton eye Joe ci Dont forget the Primary T1tg Democratic primary comes oil Saturday Vote for the best man in every race at the primary and vote for the nominee at time coming November election Let every Democrat vote and show our appreciation of time pri mary which enables all members of the party to vote for their choice 0Richmond Court Only a small sized crowd came to town today the pretty weather keeping most of tho farmers at home The stock yards report from 250 to 300 cuttle ranging in price from 2i to 5i cents Horse mule andJuckjSules were quite small HicbmondRegist IY HowardsSentence The trial of James Howard at Frankfort last week for the kill I The Bread Maker Has no fears of the result whoa using Mansfields Best Patent Flout Milled from the best whentlin our way the way that retains enat ural taste and flavor bf fife wheat berry Buy it from yourGrocer- and have b tei arid healthier J bread in your hom- eR C Mansfield Son SSLYNW1KYI m cR- iX t ing inethe l for life Eleven of the JUorswellfor flanging All I were cOI1 guiltv I Wultsr Jv Bronstoii a promi Went nttorroat Lexington was uccidentull hot in his room at the Read liftel Monday Ho WIIB I1rOi r1i F fur II yi itt to his mother utSllchmond when the accident occurred Hows This We oeflrfbne Hundred Dollars Reward furlcase of Catarrh that CUll not be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F J tC Co Toledo O- We the undersigned hove known F J Cheiieyjfor the last 15 years and believe aim perfectly hofO able in all business transactions and financially lcto carry out any obligations anode by the firm WEST fe TUUAX Wholesale Drug gists ToledofO WALDING KIN NAN lilAuvix Wholesale Drug gises Toled61O Hulls Catrfrrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directlyupon the blood and mucous surface of the system let ontnls scut free I Price We per bottle Sold by all Druggist Halls FanTily Pills ore the best Subscribe for the Thint s v M BAILEY MerchantanfCastom MILLERCLAY CITY KY Custom work siiMays in the week Fresh GrouniBolteJ Meal always on hanJ r I1rA Grinds foruriesixtli tole MACHINE SHOPI fILL KINDS OF Machinery Repaired We Irj Stock Steam Fittibgs Belting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD Gasoline EnginesI- n 3 fitSand 13 horse power The best known power for farmers and others printedtoL T GRAS HAGAN WINCHESTER KY 1 Consumption Cured EIasiyBy the FiiijiinolMetbod A soldier tvh snout two years in the PhilinpincnTdiscovorcd n d- brought home ll certancure for ME Consumption and ill lung corn plaints Partjwilaipj loud proof freafrom l 1 CORP WILSON Calvert Tex l fII t N 0 1 Ya i l FREE TRIPS TOSST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR i f ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOSTOPULAR SCHOOLTEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID A KENTUCKY BUILDING h1 WORLDS FAIR children and public i i generally invited to vote tu the most popular In every county Votrs ten cents teal ten cast ntone time All money over and tier above trip expenses ol teftch era ti into of the- IentuckyBuilding at the lix Ihut 1 given the snttsfaillon of iIi jhllportontducted ruder auspice tf Af I 1Jhlormd to raise Torn J Uiiildlng and prodnce 1 il 1airtheLecfslaturehavinirfailed l Y e F I Ftatewherhertracherinpub He or schools ortmember of facut of academy college or university medical dental nr theological institution f protestant or catliollc d numiuaiinnai school eligible to eeciioit Members of the Educational lxnibit ic uionc ex ep cd homes of ml sclool children votinir to be enrolled In the Kentucky BulMlngr nt the Kxpo sttloii Ktntuciiy will hare an educational exhibit JMW S uale fret ol in iho of 1 he is to he i he CreateatiutrrnutlynulcventlnthcworldslisH ton TbeciotederectosrawiIbehtckyiude4Inbeing Ih to county etctefeown ponlorrouator l tyonlsldcofJeflefBunciistlnBihrlartMit of will ba allowed to two t popularttin WILL IK TEN CENTS EACH TEX COSSTITCTISO A BALIOT At len cents each every fcViot child in the State VIII be nbe to raft at least ole vote for hU or her favorite teacher nut the voting will nut confiuid to nchuol chlldrtn 1AltKSTS OF PCIIIS OK ANY 110 TIIKIK FItlKNIS JIA V TOTE The purpose of the Asrfocl noon bring to elect the most p school u ocher In e ch tautity OHO eIIide e l by the public generally nt well as by the chool children liillou ten spates so cubs of trii pupil may l c and each ten rents b cicdlied with hits or her vote If rn person ie rr she t cast ttnvotultmuyiedonebyvrltluglOothername i n ole of the space tiny unr dollar It in not d that the name person othbe pvcn Ull All fte + Ii ices lor VOiCrs names maybe left blank The Asao talon want + however to enroll in the k Kentucky Uulldlnt at HI I next elr the name of every child who nc tone or more vote In- thecontist Pupilse totlgn tiitir names plainly to the ballon ALL IIXIKNSKS OP Till TKtrilKim WMTi UK PAID by the As oiaHoii Tlds will Includetrailroad transportatl n f om lcuUvllle lo t IouU Mid return board at i ne ol the best j the city for six days auJ udou slon 10 the exposition B vundi for six days TKArilERS make the Irlp aimore prufitablenodmorcrnjo3oIi1liucholtheseptrtieswill of forly 101 tcaclietn ThU would make n total ol t 2terlr rev Oil In Kentucky the As ocia tiou hi+ decldd to How two tetchers thr most popular nnd the second mot p pulnr to from that cauntyJeBerson cxccpied which casts the number ifvole in the content r AMi TKkCIIEUS IN TIm STATR STAND OX i IITH FOOTINO ii thU contmt TIc teacher with twenty pupil a- asmsnyeurollydInhsorherschool receive niorevfesthnnthetcacherwilifiveorixtime ibecause the votlngia not confined to children The public will be an Important Votes any be cast for nny person who taught school during tooj or is trachint now This v Rlvrs the ticher ol a five month school which clo ed In November or Decenrbcrthe opportunlr ty lo be voted for during the vcutluu period ANV MIJlllKII OP IIUI1TS JIAV rB CAST AT ONI TOn There Is no limit The more clot lars hent in for any oiu teachtr the more votm hf or she will be credited with t L CASTS TRN VOTIi + r TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWKNTV VOTES DO1LAR9ttD LiARAeAaTSIIIRTYVOTnSPUUR1Ot1ARKCeSTIuoRTYvoTHSPIvH CASTS FIFTY VOTES TKN IIO1UARS CASTS A HUNPRHD VOTES I UYIt HOI ag IARS CoSTS ONE THOUSAND VOTES All of the money received in this contest over and above that used lefriyljr expenses ol the U mOlt tacliersof the Stats on theirtil s 10 the Worlds Fair will g i orthe crrc lion off Kentucky Hulldlncr nt the xslt on s every v er In this contest may have the addi tloual iatifactlon of Unowing tLat he Las aided u worthy cause TIIF KTAXDIND OF Till COXTKSTASTS WIIi IE Im nn JnrII1r TIr In each county to show his or her friends how the race Is blngrun Begin v tins sow for ollr flIvolt schoolv l teacher of IMucatlonat Exhibit Commltles of the The ers of thin committee Is ns r lows Irof 111 Diownell Louissvlilc Chairman Irof II V JlcCheMiey 1raukfort Trof nl llalleck Louisville Irof Birtholomrw Loidsvlle Andersn Itliitin Hr Chase Palmer I nvllle 1tin ident A Illlam Diuwlddl Jackno l Dr W G Froat Keren Dr II n Ilunlixjii Toil viiv Dr E Y Mulling 1x iil Till Dr Arthur YARer Ceor etown Superlntendrnt M A Cassidy Lex ington Superintendent K I FroRge Frnnkfott ITol f J Crabbe Ashland Prof Mcirnry- Rliodds Owrusboro r T S Aner Rrllenie Prof C l Cherry Dowtu Green Prof 1noa- Spencer Luulsdlle Miss rattle 1 UIlI lonlsvlll Mrs PmtyH IIrncken and sins M II Tucker Louisville Mcm1 ers ol the Educational Committee ore not eligible to election ii this contest itKJiHJiiiKit EVERY COUNTY ELECTS ITS oys FATOHITE TEACHER competition between tri counties applies to the race lor the i wtti trip the co outside of 80n the I lot number of votes beinir tiedisttncttoiofeendinglwoteachrtA- dlbrrequltwill ifcf t brannounnd Ineverypapetjelhe tate and III addition 1 1hllo congmlll j Iitorv nifssoRe go to thr teacher circled enei alerlhe drtnlla of the trip wilt be arranged each teachrr chosen being given the prlvile c of selecting the mouth Jane July or Aus st rQC4ID which he or she wants to mate trp l CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 51 Itf cast TEN votes for 98A- of or I J HJ ii IjI iJ i ns thc most popular J teacher in F1 JfeoitntyailpNE DOLLAR ENCLOSED t ft10to k eI 1yr10e 10e Ii r 10ei i t tOc it j 11 rlf J t iI 100 10e r ibc 10c Voters are not to their names but the Association wants nil school children l voting to do so ns it will euroll them In the Kentucky Building Voters the option of sending ballots direct to the Secretary of the Association onto the twhich clipped J i r L Additional ballots be b lned by getfingextrncoplreofibis paper I Remittances may be made hy certllidcheck letter I cent 1xstage eipresror r it xistai money order or in currency at senders risk Address all communications to K it HUOHBS Secretnry lou ylllc1 I The Whitest White Cake fAndAre MndoTVlieu You UemI f Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour i Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed lIANUFACTU D BY J A CAM VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants 734 Ift iiJ BailttoWearRnistedto Please j reputetinpforsturttuo prrro part Is In vl and t lIh1 at pctsii H vGla9 cr JA rorlrt c1arll J v1T jOb lIrrnllt nevitfcltnltrwt Wnolrl111 hINldft Sr S udfcrrotaro us thjprxs lON BUGGY CO i31AI01 tit sL4i School h iooono Kentucky lull TOTES be consul Rn In Association nmel Ve hare Pd 1 f A1No I ra if r iiCat THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I THURSDAY MAY 7 1903I LOCAL BREVITIES Spring fever is becoming preva lent Tlio river bank lists been linedI the past week with fiishers and bait Win Tyreerr Irvine was in town Saturday on busi l ness 1 8 JNWitt of Snots was in townSaturday on husiI essS D Rose had a very valuable horse to get foundered and die this week John p Crabtree a leading young man of Genet was here Tuesday on business Mr W G Patrick the Kim brell merchant was here u short while Monday on business Monday was pension day und II number of old veterans came to t own to have their papers fixed Prof and Mrs Eubank visited relatives and friends in Clark County front Friday till Monday Durrett W Norton an expert at the box factory went on the L tc E liy Monthly as brakes man Let us all vote in the primary Saturday and show our npprecia of the opportunity to helpname f the candidate l Two Italians unused the chil dren and the older people too Saturday witn hand organ and a dancing monkey It is reported that Master Her bert Wnldron son of the popu lar West End merchant is quite sick of pneumonia The Mutual Handle Company huts been shut down this week on account of the inventory of the stock on hand now goingon Allen Osborno and H F Chris topher two successful farmers of the Spout Spring neighborhood were here yesterday on business 1 A Winburn representing II an oil company wits here Tuesday and called at our office and renewed his subscription to the TJMKS I I Money ought to bo plentiful for I a few days at least in this State I Over 1100000 is being given the pensioners from Louisville this I week The mills of the SwannDay Lumber Co were shut down Saturday in respect for the death of Mr lames Swann Vice President of the company I Prof Frank Edwards class in vocal music is getting along nicely I at this place considering the irregular attendance of a num her of the scholars James Swann vice president of the SwannDay Lumber Company died at his homo in New York Friday This will perhaps make a change in the firms bus messShenyou want a pleasant phys ic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For I sale by all dealers in patent medi i oj sine t i J Well made Ready mattes in la dies Skirts New patterns new styles lowest prices Mrs J W Williams Clay City Ky Eld N 1cIITDahlias been called to a church in Garrard county and preached there a few days last week His services arc also in demand ut several other points Mr Aquilla Henry of Little Creek was taken very sick yesterday morning Mr John Hen ry our photographer wus sum conned to his bedside and is now at his imnie- Merchant J B Rogers and postmaster at Xena wad hewn Tuesday and helped to swell the subscription list of the TrilKs bj leaving the necessary cash for this purpose But few country people have come to town during the post week on account of the pretty weather which gave them an opportunity to plow the fields and plant out gardens The Swann Day Lumber Co of this place has purchased ten thou sand acres of valuable timber in Mississippi in addition to the tracts already owned by this compa ny in that State 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 at living prices The Clay City school census has been completed It shows 210 scholars 315 boys and 101 girls an increase of 10 scholars over lust year The school is this year drawing on but 140 scholars This was caused by a mistake in the report which went to the State Superintendent in which 00 scholars were omitted from the list The Best Liniment 1 have derived great benefit from the use of Chamberlains Ptin Balm for rheumatism and lumba goBays Mrs Anna Hagelgans of Tuckahoe N J My husband used it for a sprained back and was also quickly relieved In fact it is the best family liniment I have ever used 1 would not think of beingwithout it I have recom mended it to many and they always speak very highly of it and declare its merits are wonderful For sale by all dealers Jn patent medicine TheCttjinptoa Courier thus express s itself in regard to time Judgship of time 23rd Judicial district Judge RobertJRiddell of Irvine who will be the next Democratic candidate for Circuit Judge of this district in spite of all the redwirie that Mil be swallowed is mixing and mingling with his legions of Democratic friends here this week GREATLY ALARMED By a Presistent Cough but Permanently Cared by CkamberUln5 Cough Remedy Mr H P Burbage a student at law in Greenville S C had been troubled forfour or five years with a continuous cough which he says greatlyalarmed me causing met fear that I was in the first stage of consumption Mr Burbage having seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try it Nowread what be 81iY80fit- HI soon felt a remarkablec range and after using two bottles of twen tyfive cent size was permanently cured Sold by all dealers in patent medicine See notice of farm for sale in A f wthisiu a desirable place and should find a ready purchaser at the reasonable price Mr Osboru theo ynor otters it It is in one of the best jieighbor hoods of the State and is a very healthful plucettqlive Too Great sicIn almost ecergtneighborhood some one has om an attack of colic or cbolear r morbus often before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned A reli able remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand The risk is too great for Anyone to tuke Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubted ly saved the lives of more people and relieved morelpninandtlfIer ing than any other medicine in use It can always be depended upon For sale by alb dealeas in patent medicine i With the adventof warmweath er there has been a slight diminu tion in the attendance at our highly prized Graded School for the first time since it begun The tlecreast is no reflection on our able teachers for this always is the ease at this time of the year The attendance is holding up farbetter than usual A Farmer Straightened Out A man living on a farm near here came in a short time ago com pletely doubled up with rheuma tism T handed him a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Daliii and told him to use it freely and if not satis tied after using if he need nut pay a cent for it says C P Rayder of pattens MilIN Y A few days laer he walked into the store os straight as n string and handed me a dollar saying give me anoth or bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in the house all the time for cured me For sale by all denIers in patent medicine Geo Tipton who has a large orchard at the old rock quarry was in our office yesterday and said the fruit prospects in his orchard were not very flattering He said however he would raise some peaches timid apples but far from an abundant yield would be realized Mr Joseph Pominville of Still water Minn after having spent over 52000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advised by his druggist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tatbets He did so and is n well man today If troubled with in digestion bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite or constipation give these rablets Itlialand you are certain to be more than pleased with the results For sale at 25 cents per box by all dealers in pat ent medicine Joe Martin of West Clay City has rented his residence to Foreman 0 W Rice Qf Mutual Han dle Co and has himself moved into building recently occupied by R S Noelof Racket Store notoriety If Folksto Lion CoffeeThe scarecrow c Jlesare those factoryeiglglue tunadhoJeroine ILlenCis uulform a1fO tUht waled freshBM3 tad unllotmltj1 v t rf t 4 I flfl Just Received From Factory r I THC GREATEST MAT SALESMAN W AMERICA A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS fElits EVERY ONE GUARANTEED DV THE MAKER J Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES HENRY WALDRON CLAY CITY KYSOLS Acnvr unI Still in The Lead Our Stock is Up to The Standard Our Prices are on the bottom Our Customers are always pleasedr because we treat them righ r and they can depend upon getting everything they need at liv ing prices We want your produce and if top prices will get itIwe are going to trade with you We are now coducting a general store at where the people of this section will find the same courteous treatmontI and fair dealing as at the main store I I We Are InTfieTimber Businesshe- avy and are buying all the Tanbark and Railroad Ties in thisIsection that money can buyat market value We pay the J CASH when your wagon is unloaded Dont Trade until you see us Twill pay you Remember full store at both places A E BARNETT i SON CLAY CITY SPOUT SPRING KENTUCKY I J R WEBBT- onsorial Artist CLAY CITY KY A Nice Clean Shave Fashionable Hair Cuts Shampooingand all kinds of Hair Tonics You will always find keen razors andv clean towelsm 4o 1 IIa JlJI i ffLaundry Agency ill Connection 2Dontfail to givetiim a call D H= WHITEHEADCLAY CITY KY Blacksmith Woodworkman Horseshoeing a Specialty Located in the Eaton shop at time old nicccrossing J e Sweet Potato Plants for Sale Sweet Potato slips for every body will be ready to transplant by May 10th Come and get what you need AH of the best varieties- J W Mlze- Vaughns Mill K- ySTANDARD I tt Rotary Shuttle iIIII STANDARD CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BLARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail front tU00 up The Standard Rotary runs as silent as the tick of a watch Makes SOO stitches while other machines make 200 to our local dealer or If there Is Mdealer in your town address TUB Standard Sewing Machine Co 24 W 7th St Cincinnati Ohio W T WEBB Agent Clay City Ky A- SOAP THAT GROWS Sewing Machine DPANDyeWZLL FKOM- TLOCKjAND Jaw AtG 4cItC us 13176 1 AMDLESOAR Ii Amole Toilet and Barber Soap Amore Shaving Crearnlnd Shampoo This line of hfehtrrndo soaps end preparations command ready sates and arc countryIll1doand the Mexican Amole Plant font celebrated for Its aseptic and peculiarly deans lag properties These soaps embody tea tares which particularly adapt them to delicate and sensitive soapIn25 cents and wo will man you An assorted box of high soap 3 cakes Mexican Amole Soap Co fPEoIIA ILL JIE f Winchester Bank INCORPORATED NH WITIJERSJPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 t Surplus 20 0 301 We solicit the accounts of individ ualll firms and corporations 5- 2MEATMALT THE DIAL TONIC AND rCONSTROCTIVIl There Life and Sreatk Iii Every Drop AiulieUpt cnfmi r + i eiielel t1t110 lBCLbtLottlnrUlc Ky January igosj MEAT MALT CO LoubrlUe Kyi Ctntlemen Hlrtnceumlned our Meat and Walt withwmpaitbnsate that It 4 an eqtheyrsM excites the liPped knd invigorates digestion ae- l epecLilly ben ficia I nervous proatratlon- alldtuasesattaodedwith debility Yours truly L D KASTENDINE H D n LoubrlHe Celltre of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT 9O Loatovll Ky t i Sams Mrs Maggie Embs visited he father Wm F McIntosh Sunday Mr Zack Minters father Was here Saturday viewing his sons tram road MinterIIackwortli v bought o Madison parties one yoke of oxen for SIOO Messrs Tom and Charlie Round tree and Arthur Witt went to Win chester Saturday SquireD Ni Witt was called to Hardwicks Creek Saturday to see his daughter who is very sick Log Lick Simpson Fishier visited rem tives nt SliollsvilloFriday- James Vaughn is down sick with malariarfever Lute Eads sold n horse to J S Adams for 75 Tf e V1 Lowrti1visitedMissJosle Rev Culton of Richmond preached at Log Lick Saturday and Sunday Allen Eads who went to Illi nois two months ngo returned home last week Born to the wife of Thomas Lowry May 3rd a girl Mother and child doing well Mr nnd Mrs Zack Pace of Rabbittown were the guests of the hitters father Sunday The Sunday school at Log Lick is well attended Everybody should send their children to Sun day school Mr Alonzo Burke of Ver sailles ig visiting relatives here He will have a nice monument erected ovgr the grave of lMr William Lowry Furnace Health good in the community Warm weather has caused veg etation to come forward fast George Lyle Jr visited his family Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of G OWat son n Impound yGcprge Jr trsj1V Newkirk is visiting her daughter Mrs 0 M Faught Miss Eva Hojnjan has accepted a clerkship in Mrs Philips store atj Stanton Mrs Alfred Holman who has beep sick the past few months is convalescentSam thaclever mer llJyinginF i Miss Jilinniei Lyle entertained a number of young friendsJ JFr s Wedneesssda eveningm l h 31aulewkirk f the bachelor xtcllSIMisses MabelcNevrkirkand Ethel McKnight were fhe guests of the Missed Holman Sunday Mrs Maud Case who has been with her mother fMrs NnWireman has returned to her hplne at Radical Messrs John Newkirk and John Lyle are busy preparing for farming after which they will Tl P4airtfiirqn 1e8s0Ye are sorry Amelia Brandenburg js aip bet ter at this writing She has that terrible f as 1tOlieties of tlie season was given at Mr Brafidenberga Friday nhtR- oscoe knows Jlewas thare yy Great preparations are being made by the oulig people to at Snur day R 0 Newkirk to chaperon the crowd J M FNat I fStdntonAll The LocawsFrom the Conn tjtSeat John V 1Uams shipped a carload of Tibgs to Cincinnati this week V 1t Mrs Mollie E Law is bnilding a nice residence on her lot near the depot A new coat of white paint improves the appearance of the Blackburn Effuse Mrs J L Thompkins is visit ing her father John W Will iams and other relatives here Hon JohnJX Atkinson Coun ty Attorney 0 F Spencer W D Jackson rid Romulous Jack son Master Commissioner of the Powell OircuitfCourt were onlJ business trip to Olay City Tuesday John H Hardwick and Roht Blackburn are attending as dele gates the Republican convention held at Paris to nominate a can- o dida for Railroad Commissioner Powell poll nty instructed for John OrWood Spring although late has at last come and farmers are hard at work preparing for corn plant ing and Blackburn the manufac turers agent for all kinds of farm implements and fine buggies is having a lively trade having sold several steelplanters and quite a number of the celebrated Mil waukee mowers Garnet Barnes ofEstill county libdami xainihg trial before Judge Der kson here last Saturday charges with false swearngin a case of Rogers who obtained marriage license to wed the 10ycairpld daughter of Ben Hatton andwas held to answer to the grand jury under 500 bond Rogers os far has not been before the court Occasional Xena 0 W Briscojjaslxnightof Dr Knox a pair of fine fouryearold mules pv Mr Dillard Smyth visited Eli hu West and family Saturday night L The people nti1iBPlllce are farming now tOi greatercxtent than usual Mr A Drakejof Patsy ins not yet returned from Indian Territory where ho iErlpokiiig after the claims of the Drake heirs Merchant J B Rogers has gone to Louisville tie week to buy his summer goods tit John Crab tree accompanied him We hope they will hnve4goodand successful trip We expect preaching at Hog OiiapelhextSundnyeveryw l m ielp us t are going to build a new Ri1C use We want ott all help us to start the movement 7d Se t ettatta e1 1 tIl I piyitsol1 tend Hiram Townsemid of Bowene i1tsJReople LS s regret to Brisco stilT wo will be gladttohayuMrlWi muchratherf f Reports from the census office show the cotton crop for last year to have been 10080045 standard bales as against an average crop of 9902277 bales Graves county Ky produced 1808 hales as compared with 140 bales in the year 1901 Se John Glass aged twentyone years hanged himself with his sus penders in the Scott county jail at Georgetown Monday night He had been arrested on a charge of forgery Send 32c in stamps and get full trial treatment of Wilsons Mor phine Cure Corp Wilson Cal vert TexWm HOGAN CLAY CITY KY Carpenteringand Let onyourl1cxtJobRatcs I have had occasion trf use your BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medl tine and am to say that I never used anything for stock that gave half as good satisfaction I heartily recom mend It to all owners of tockIJ B BELSHER St Louis Mo Sickstock or tdtryshould not atcheapstoc oodany more than persons expect to be cured by When your stock and poultry are sick them med icine DontstufPthesnstrithworthl- ess stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the possible thebowels I It cures every malady of stock if taken in a 25ccnt can PoultryMedicine timesover Horses work better Cows give more milk Hogs gain flesh hens lay more It solves th- enilcm of making RS much blood and as possible out of the smallest amount of food con sumed Buy a can from your dealer EO YOilI T IDnION Anyone sending atetcband may uoar free wbetber an invention a probablyoatentabaCommunlay- ttomstrlot iaoaedso sent free onto PteatatrroarrbKl1nn Co rscal- veIel tIOClu Obarn JD tile itltille lIItMIAbandscmelytilekrated etr an etetUllo oarnal T rm I oar montDl D all UI L CoaSt Wub New Y tear- kBranch 3 i Y st astc DC EsfWLSITWith Simmons HardwareCos St Louis Mo will make regular trips thronh this section Freight equalized with Louisville and Cincinnati houses Clay City Hotel J JHEATPN Prop Table supplied with the best the markert affoids Everything neat and cjean Rates 8100 per day e SPRING 1003 Bluegrass NurseriesJ FRUIT MID OBKAMEHTAI TUES ORATE Tutu 8XALt01JtTl ASFAKAQUI RHUBABBS Anti everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Catalogue on application Both Phones H F Hilleivmeyer Son LEXINGTON KYILexington Eastern Ry Effective Sept 1 1902 EASTBOUND No2 15o4 Dally ex Sun Daily ex Sun Stations P m AM Lv Lexington 825 745 Winchester 310 833 L EJunction 823 837 Clay City 350 913 II Stanton 406 923 41 Natural Bridge 485 954 Torrent 440 1008lII BeattyvilleJune 511 10i i II O K Junet 011 1120 Ar Juckson6 55 1130 wKSTBonxn Xo 3 No1- Dnlly y ex Sun Stations P M Am LvTackson225 23 0 K Janet 2 30 029 BeattyvilleJunc88fl 720 I Torrent 347 744 r Natural Bridge 401 801 II Stanton 480 888 Oliw City 4811 837ri L E Junction 508 910 Winchester 620 923- Ar Lexington 605 1010 Nos3and 4 mike close connect ions rot Cnnnel City and points on the 0 K Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 nnd 2 connect at L A E junction with 0 A 0 for Mt Sterling niidJocal points Nos 1 and 2 connect at Beutty- vllle Junction with L A for Beutty ville daily except Sunday J R BARn CIIAS SCOTT Gen Manager Gen Pass- AgtTAROLEIJM A scientific chemical preparation For CurlnlDisease of Horses Feet Stimulates anatnraLhr jgrowth remoTlue inflama tOil IOrenes TAROLEUM will mix with water in all proportions consequently does not exclude moUturn from the foot This willbeappreclated by thoughtful horsemen AS A DRESStNO Paint the foot all over twice a polish with a brush If you shinewant the HOOIIPACKINGWet up sufficient quantity of OilMeal with one part of TAR OLEUM to six parts of water bind on the feet This packing will soften bard contracted feet removing the In flammation and soreness Ouxttutu Vu Ja11 I8J7 w 5MDu r end year Ttrolnm ui e tee IBBVOd It IO ftU bOTMm M ft SrCIClftM bOltfdrMClDff I bare adit with llulM npuklni for kin has- aadsa uiinjM u rtiulu wire Al Tour Ullj Jinn RTW Sells at 78c a and In bulkfrgalloo can 583010galn can t600 Shipped B Bprlniffleld Mass Direc tions on the can Booklet free W P YOUNQ P D F Springfield Mass I Just What You Want 1USEFUL NOVELTIES scissors hard wood handle and- thereeighths roiiA siutpeucU Tbo IDEAL J Sbprti Knife and- 5clsaorj I I J 1 hOI onthednlletktrifmar I I be Iladooftlie lit irr ri1atchlesa Sld3 5u3bluck A safe YMitlluinr an- erfttlotL LJf r iInapiicnraucH Bun le strong Loa d ratable ThiMnostmrlfR antlrnUIi r Nothln abnuttoictoittra dr EnrJonefsfuhg- uaranteed Haile 1 ICllftIYI L 1JVafor OOo in stamps will mail a full trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Never fails Write to Corp Wit son Calvert J Tex JI F