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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 II VI INlof I 11 t ft- I THE CLAY CITY TIMESII r t I f r f 1 r 50 Cents a Year in Advance N We are here to help day Cify the Sarroanding tou t BurgherrPublisherr t I t 1VOt XI1I j LAY CITY Ov THURSDAY MARCH 5j998 NO JO j 1I 4 j A GOOD 1 4 pk it 1 r 4W ci61111 s1YCi + jN 4 NewY Resokitiontt- fa Jr Going to save all I cannand to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large s ledrslock good Qualities everything honest dealIings Goods delivered Phone 32 C SHIMFESSEL i r- S h r tblANGB MFG x CO- A 11j I v Wlnc esterKyAT We Maoufacture Sash FlooringIdoors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding verandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Eto Store Fronts arelieadquartersforB- uilding Roqfiing and Etcl ti Send us Your estimates 14 r Prompt Shipments = 1 iOur Business Principles- We are not in the business alone to make and hoard money but to pleaseand accomodate our customers We keep Postage Stamps for their convenience andaccommodation We keep a City Directory so important to all for their accommodation and information We keep a Telephone and its patrons are treated withcourtesy and attenntionWe gladly make change when it is possible to so Our Big Clock is made conspicuous for the bencfitof our customers It is electric regulated and always correct o 1 We politely answer all Mon a question sand + give the fulleSt imfor mation possiblewl + a+ The hospaiityandco ortslof our Slore are generously offered per sonsw i jomer in hptcoldor inclement weather reasonleI PpUlDlI OOUUjj t v Valua itzegs MovolgwAy7t o WBactlett moved this week to Clark county to the Co lumbus Thompson place four miles frqni Winchester whore he has rented 800 acres for corn and grass for 1750 00 Mr Barnett hada acreage of laud in this county huh hue divided this and his general store in this city between his ohjldren excepting the home farm on Hardwicks creekWewish Mr Barnett unI bouridpdi success but hope he will se lit to return tb old Powell after crop and grass stinio this ii y tI 1 oc 1 jttp itii VJ S 1 J 1 f I ii lV rWe Paper Felt Roofing FIintoia i t to Winchester Drug Cot Ji i fall as we can ill ljf9r4tploses- uch valuable citizens from the county i 4 MtsN4nnnib McKinnoy and Mr and lrfl Henry Wiseman of this connty lying near Spout Spring have nipved to the farm they purchased last full neat lr Et Junction They are good people whom we Jegijet to soe leave the county I Mrs W N Bush is1 reefer ing from a severe attack orf grip 1 a hf E 0 itJ Ytyv y i 1 1 O Twelve Months Dead Ljfne By order of the Postoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailedas secondclass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears Jn complying with this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names and allsubscribers from this time on will have to be promptly drop pod when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher I TO CONTEST Local Option Election Fraud Irregularities and NonCompliance of Law Alleged by Li quor Interests A will be seen in ifhother column of tins paper the local op Lion election held on the 2ti of February isnot to stand if there is any law to tear it down The notice of contest is signed by thirteen citizens of the and there are fourteen points brought out in the contention either one of which it is claimed should invalidate the election The question will come up at the March term of Circuit Court anti promises to be vigorously fought on both sides Henry Watson of Mt Sterling assisted by the leading counsel of Kentucky Brewers Association will fight the case for thin contestants C F Spencer and County Attor Hey John D Atkinson will represent the local optioriists Mr Watson won the case for the sa loph people lakfr summer and sac tended iiygeiticis whiskey back iri this city and is now equally as confidentof success On the other hand the temperance peo pIe arwe just as confident of the victory of the election and con sider the dangerous points of the liquor peoples contention as mere optionary matters andas of practically no merits in law The major portion pf the contention is considered of no conse quence whatever Tho official returns wo understand has swolen the dry major ity from 234 to 254 and should this election be declared invalid another election would be called soou aa the forms of the law could bo complied with and it is quite likely that the result would bo about the salne as at present i Now Manufacturing Plant C Shimlessel of this city and Will and Bruce Duty of Win chester have placed machinery and pU in operation a glove facr torat Winchester The plant girlslinter oiulsloyedas Business groSI They have a good many orders Ahead Theyexpect to putinn 11I like1 factory at Clay City a little later I w BOONE AiL I Miss Mazie Boone pjopret fess Of1 the Boone 1lotolof Stanton andMr UO Hall aprontineitt- merchant of that place wore married at Georgetown Ky Veduesday February 20th Af ter a short trip they returned Ilr h tp Staiitou where they will reside Y r 1 Caleb Yre says hJaJoUo run for Congress this fall in or o itoY jail o1V I lItAt- J JI II i Lff v I j tI it I 4 tXi t BRADLEY WINS But how Does he Win It is Charged that His Election Means Defeat of County Unit Bill Gov Bradley was last week elected U S Senator by the Ken tucky Legislature Four Demo crats voted with the Republicans and elected him by onehalf vote It is charged that thepo four Democrats represent the w his key people and that there was a clean cut swap out these four Democrats to vote for Bradley for Senator and in return Bradley is to deliver enough Republican Votes in the Senate to kill the County Unit Local Option Bill which passed the house last week bya vote of 70 to 14 If the Senate votes down this bill it is plain proof that the deal was made The Republican party is pledg ed to the support of the billso is the Democratic party and to tall about side this e surjinotis allbaskunless n in the wood pilo and we believe he will show him self before March 17 Mindus now the County Unit Bill is dead The interior of the Clay City National Batik is being redecorated this Week The ceiling hind fallen oil cruised by a leaky roof which was recently replaced The building is now at itself a gain THREE KILLED In Lee County in Trouble Which Comes up Over Children Qeo FrazIer of this County- in the Fight C A message from Lee county brings confirmation and details of a bloody battle on Ross creek Lee county in which three men were killed and a fourth seriously wounded Richard Spicer and George Frazier became involved in a quarrel over some trouble be tween their children Frazier is reported to have applied a vile epithet to Spicer John Uamil ton with whom Spicer lived took sides with Spicer and advised him he did not have to take the abuse Frazier then drew his pistol and shot Hamilton six times in rapid succession killing him instantly James Bowles was pres ent and sided with Frazier Bowles and Spicer exchanged several shots in which Bowles was killed on the spot Spicer lived through the night and died early next morning During the shooting Fraxier received a wound in the arm and another through the body and may not surviveFrazier moved from this county to Leo to work in timber When arrested later lie waved tuthegrandmanded to jail II Gi Warjnouth has put down a new side walk in front of the building he recently movedout from his store building Air Warmouth owns four lots on Sixthstreet and he now has a good teiifoiit walk in front of all of them There are others who should do likowise v 1IIt 1 M Shifts i ir Sacrifice Sale t Beginning on I THURSDAY DEC 12 We will sell at Sacrifice prices every article in our store con A sisting of Trimmedand Untrimmed Hats Plumes Velvets Wings etc Hosiery Gloves rasinatols Belts Combs Hairpins many other 4 useful things Nice line white goods cheap Come early and get choice we mean business Dont let thisi to get GENUINE BARGAINS d Mrs W N Bushi m IKif m J t tI rj K ll t Ifo 3 1 41f I t JI i Oq f t L t 1I tr 4h I I i 1 CourierJournal Grows Desperate The CourierJournal has grown desperately mad in its light a g tinst temperance and champi ons the liquor interests against any political or moral cause what soever In a recent editorial this paper in most unreasonable terms condescends beneath all sense of honor and decency and thusly re lievos itself We du not expect that the il literates of the chaingang rep tiles nail varmints which ten years of machine politics lies rais e ed up in Kentucky will see eith er the truth or the force of axiom equality for allexclusive priv ilege for none but ambitious politicians ought to see it The fight is on against State Prohi bition and it will bell fight to a finish Believing as it does the Courier Journal support no man for office who equivocates upon a principle which ought to be as dear to manly hearts as the Constitution of the United States itself as the Christian religion itself but it will oppose him relentlessly whercever he appears and by whatever name he callsliimself=its one purpose being to rescue Kentucky from the rule and reign of perfidy and Pharisaism and to save it from the fate of Maine Kansas and Georgia a trilogy of states in which Scoundrelism masquerades as Statesman and the devil stalks abroad at high noon incar hate and unresisted Gov Beckham in losing the Senatorial race should forever e limi ate him from politics He may be a great man but all the men of his party will never vdte for him They havent in the past and they will not in the future Beckham has made one of tha best Governors Kentucky ever had but he has played favor its with certain members of his paty and ignored others just as worty his motive being to keep himself and friends in office I safety of Bank = The inajorty of Democrats in Kentucky may again force trim on the Denlocrats and thou iigain the party will bo defeat ed by the Republicans ft was a shame that Beckham should bo defeated by a Repub Bean when the Democrats hud such a safe majority in the Leg islature JIo is the only quail tied Democrat in the State who could not win Then why should even the majority pf the party re tain him as leader when lie is so detestable to the minorty l Ips Democracy for the majority to rule but the case of Beckhanj has been an exception though it should not Mr Bryan is quoted as saying in a recent spee6h The full dinner pail has now become the soup pull In too inuny cases this is undoubtedly true The Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia employing 19000 men liar at one stroke laid off 10000 of them For these the fullness of the pail has become emptiness unless in truth they are fortunate enough to supply the Void with soup That is a sample only The decrease in railroad earnings the reduction in forces the cuts in salaries and wages the assemdlings of unem plo pd demonstrate that something has happened to the dinner K Bradley has come out for Fairbanks for President and now we may expect a land slide for him in Kentucky This doesnt signify though that Fair= bankVwill ever be president If Governor WiUsoii keeps his past record of absence from the capitol he wont have as bad pardoning record as his iredeccsJ sorsiThe Democrats of Kentucky should take a lesson from the motto on the State seal United we stand Divided we fall 0 1 I J 01 + oJl + 0+++t+ + 1 Jo ++++++This Bank Offers You Complete Safety and Makes Your Money Aid Prosperity i SAFETY J pail- Senatordlectt When you are asked to put your money in a bank you have r right to know and should know just How and why that bank aIsafe We want you to understand the reasons for the this all up i The Clay City National Banki- s organized under the National Banking Law and is under the constant t supervLion of the United States Government theseImu we can asJsatisfactory detailed statement to Uncle Sam for any plat date that 1 i of trip Currency may pick out andiiexpected times has PAID IN CAPITAL of 50000QO Surplus of 780000 and under the Federal Banking laws applying to Nation = al Banks its stockholders are Jiable for 5000000 making alto together 10780000 which stands novas the totalsecurity mind you but as the margin ofsecurity protecting its depositors All of this 1 sum must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny qThis iBank is restricted by law to conservative business methods q The funds are protected by modem steel vaults and insuredagainst burglary and sneak thieves 91ts officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discharge of their duties fl All of these things coupled with conservative management injured by the carefulpersonal attention cOQs an ygventhe Banks affairs by a notable able Board of Directors assure our patrons of that supreme J tafety whicl lSthepntneessentialoa good Bank Man Who Hides His Money Invites IThe and often Loses His Cash s + ott + 1 iF ttt +H + t + r 4 i H a t II I Tells flow S to Mix it fA well knownutliority on Rheu matism gives theDreaders of a large New York paper the foljowi ing yaluzble yet simple and harm less prescription which uny one can easily prepare at homer Mix by shaking well In a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime J- Ho states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy ata small cost and being of vegetable ex traction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture if taken regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swell ing if any diminishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach While there are many so called Rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc some of which do give relief few Jeally give perettrienl results and thea bove will no doubt be greatly appreciated bmany sufferers hero at this time- Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the informa tion that these drugs harmless and can be bought separately or the druggists here will mix the prescription for our readers if asked to To Subscrbers postallawsitively prohibits us from mailing the Times to subscribers who are 12 months or more behind on subscription This forces us to cut off some good names each week which we very much dislike to do but we must obey the law If you are cut off dont blame the publisher Please renew and not miss an issue West mod Mr Elliott Eastin was in Stan ton Monday on business Several from Virden attended church here last Sunday Miss Mihnje Hudson preached at this place last Sunday T G MreheadnndJ A Roberts attended court at Stanton MondayMr Roundtree vIsited at Clay City from Saturday till Sunday Mr R W Garrett was f the guest at Mr J A Roberts last Saturday Quite a number at this place are sick with the measles but are improving Mr 11 W Bnnahaiij of Lex ingt m visited friends at this place last week Mr Milford Berry has return ed to Vinchester afters months visit relatives at this place Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat othe disease CaturrhJS a blood or con olcureedies Falls Catarrh Cure Is ta ken internally and acto dirsctlyont- hee blood arid mucous surfaces Han SviDatarrhGure is not u quack medicine This prescribed byone of thebest physicians in this cbunv try JrJQ irs and is a regular prey serption Jt is composed of tliip best tonics known comfit ned with the best blood purifiers acting di rectly on the mucous surfaces Time perfect combination of t 1o two in gradients is wrjat producessuet4 wonjd iruJ results in curing Catarrh 5nd for testimonials freeIF J CIIENBY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 76c yx Take Halls Family Pill8forc6n stipation rQ 7v ut u M fit M t i1i I ti cj1 j ANNU- ALGuiPrice l a I t e 1 I FOE 30 DAYS r t r r rmtfOO and 1600 CI MksJ40ng and Short in this Sale at 3GO y 750 8QOCloabu i 1 4 75 i 10 12 an M4 Dollar Cloaks Tong and Short 850 9rWjoterWeight Dress Goods y 8125 BroadCloths Serges Panamas and Sicilians 95cts 100 Panamas and Sicilians and Serges 89 75 Plains and Cheeks GO x GO Sicilians all colors 50 V- v c ti UNDERWEAR r 100 Union Suits 85ik i GO ri f 45 00 Vests 39 h 35I 25 t DaysThesefor CASH ft Goods bought in this Sale can not be Returned r- r Mrs Je W Williams ita Aiti V- Cf CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit y Arc blade Wlion You UNO x Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLEs KY Sold by our Leading Merchants great guaranteed Ire for Cotde 1Thend WhoopingCough Sold vadeta I Yourmoney tetruJJe4111t ever fails It is the only remedy that cures k ode doee M trilfe out vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It teaay trove your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle ti FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS THE lUSSJIER MEDICINE COMPANY S h tops Phdlq SIi s- Ask v the Man of the Houmoto do the washingdo it oyer the rubbQ rd if thats what you UH or with ersome wooden washing machine if you have one 4 justJong 1 without the best equipment how much you needal4 t Syracuse EASY Washto despatch the work and savo your energy requirementsAiadpofgalvanized n part jtoBoalf up and retain impurities from dirty suds no man or motor rir v airpressureio matter how disappointing other washers may have been try irn EASY and try Ithow at our expense for 30 days for our free book Page f T d I w w I THE TIMES r AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Mar 5 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES regfMrs Pattie Ware visited friends in Winchester Saturday Mrs W 0 Martin of Ros slyh is visiting Mrs Win Johnson at Ceptral Hotel Louie M Bradley of Sardis Miss visited friends in Clay City a few days this week Renew your subscription if you want this paper continued Un Sam doesnt allow any more long time subscribers The heavy intervening rains of the past several days and weeks have kept the river up nearly all the time demonstrating that we still need more bridges If we have frost as late in May this year as it thundered in Feb ruary it must come on the 20th We had plenty of thunder and lightning on that date in Feb ruary George Sons is dead at Kansas City MO George is a brother to Henry Sons of this city and moved to Kansas City about eleven t f years ago where he later married The rooting hog is doing much damage to public lands in Clay City There is a law against hogs running on the commons without being rung and it will undoubtedly executed i M P Reborn Revenue agent for the State at large has filed suit at Winchester against the Burley Tobacco Society for one and two years back tax on 08 000000 worth of tobacco Fletcher Barnett is moving to his fathers farm on Hardwicks Creek and will farm this year J 0 Allen has taken charge of the A E Barnett Son store in this city To all who will pay upallar v rearages and one year in advance we will send the Southern Agricul turist free for one year If you wantlt dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers published Mr Oharlie Short of Middlo totwn Ohio and Miss Annie Howell of Estill county were married Wednesday February2v They will reside at Middletditfiv where the grppm has heeu em ployed in apaiJ0r milkforsome t1 pI J ei HIJ 1 c4 r l 41t ihe McGhord tobacco bill in an mendbd fdrmj naspassed the lot r branch of the Legislature By this bill a license is required of both buyersanoV manufactur ers of tobacco The tax is 10 cents oneach 1000 pounds bought or manufactured Judge Ed 0 OPveur Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals has been declared the Republi can nominee for candidate for Court of Appeals and the con vention declared off there Qeh no other Republican dandidates- in the field Judge ORear is a worthy man and his party has done well in giving him full sway in the race The district is so largely Republican that it is riot that the Democrats will give him opposition i I s rOanderbones March Forecast +ognlnWhen smtBehildAnd won he sees them lurking there He t goess their foil liuoat hopeHellThe candidates Republican will pass the stand again and the portly form of Mr Taft will show a handsome gain the whisker lets of Mr Hughes will float up on the breeze the fleet that sail ed Magellans Straits will cruise the western seas the infant boom of Cortelyou will grimly yield the gotand the Heat wilt run the banquets on the other LatincullstoJ Ii Tlie countiyptfievsMl get used To 7 nee That they lay not hold readers who Are not pal up to dare i 11t fie Government will notasslet- A Hauaring tilings Somehow With o d huuscrbers made so mad 1Trey lIe or wil pay now IMarch was the first month of the Roman year and was named from Mars the god of war Mars looked like a twin brother to Richard P Hobson and he was the regular Roman delegate to the Peace Conference at the Hague He was supposed to be the father of Romulus the founder of Rome but he was not he was only the young mans godfather In ancient warfare it was customary to place a bronze bust of Mars on the field and then fight for it The Voraal Equinox will come tradejThe glndeorthe lawn to lS1 toot Ills caller while pneumonia drills A leak hole iu nis boot And then the gentle spring will come and the poet will essdy with swelling breast and bliss his bum and Museattended lay the rooster will announce the dawn and the hen will scratch the dirt and everybody will put on a thinner undershirt The sassafras will brew again to tone the sys tem rang and the washout will upset the train and throw it down the bank the gander and the goose will moult the mead ow will be wet and the spring intoxicated colt will turn a sum merset The house will be clean ed up again the robbins come in drove and the husband will eat bread and cheese behind the kitchen stove The young mans heart will beat for love and the widow in her weeds wil find a man and seize him where Estella wore the beads And en sweet April will return And Jo i D get in line And pityMs moiiha inslallinent Oil That thirty million fine FREtjIgrrotog Puzzle FREE to paoDiJOL WeYl11 give al of Igor rofte3s Double Gross puzzles nade of Phillipino mahogany Difficult and fascinating Write quick and enclose four cents in stumps to cover cost of mailing puzzletthats all Address Doll IXOOARDS Co 1807 Chouteauve St Louis Mo r tie Now believes in Banks A Hnzelton Pa man got afraid of banks and took 000 00 hard earned cash and hid it an old stove Ibis wife built a fire on it and burned the money up His bank is still doing business and he is hard at work again trying to earn some more cash It iff needless to say that he will put his money in the bank next time t Beech Hargis will not be tried at thisterm of the Breathitt Circuit Court He wants a change of venue lo l ByrcFwill assist in the Prosecution i I t I Partxy mtef Ceuihlnfl yield Immediately to PUoi Cure It allays the Inflam mation stops the cough and heals the lacerated surface Fitoi Cure can be depended upon to Eire most ben eficlal results in all coughs colds bronchitis and affections By IIllallblul use man advanced consumptive coughs have been- Permanently Cared The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out for ahog of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Ty them for headache biliousness co stlpntipn and malaria If they die appoint you the pice will be cheer fully refunded at Swann Day Lum ber Cos store Dr W 0 Martin of Rosslyp who has decided to locate at Clay City and practice medicine will move here next week Dr Mar tin comes of one of the best fam ilies of the county and will be a valuable acquisition to our citi zenship Best Healer In the World Rev F Starbird of East Ray mond Maine says I have used Ducklens Araica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I use it too with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Polsonedby Eating Canned Ooods Mrs 0 D Mansfield ofjStan ton and Mrs W A T Mans field of Winchesters visited Mrs P L Thompkini at Beattyville last weekand while there was poisoned by eating some carried Roods Mrs Oi L D Mansfield soon recovered but Mrs W A Mansfield vas sdine day getting over it Good for Everybody Mr Norman R Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert D I ilding SanlranciscosIlVsIII tully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters a a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best medicine ever sold over druggists counter as a blood purifier it is un equaled 50 cents at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Warns LandOwners Tobacco tenants ofMontgomery county have been writing letters to the large land owners and tobacco growers and warning them that if they cut out the tobacco crop this year they will kill their cattle and destroy other crops they may attempt to raise The land owners have offered 1000 for the apprehension of the JetI ter writers No Use to Die I have found out there is on use to die of lung trouble as long as- you can get Dr Kings New Die coverSsays Mrs J P White of uskboro Pa I would not be aiivd today only for that wonder oJ ful medicine It loosens upjcough quicker than anything and cures lung disease even 3 the case is pronounced hopeless oJ this most reliable remedy for = oJ coughs and colds lagrlppe usth ua bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee ntSwann Day Lumber Cos store 60c and SI oJ iVial bottle free = Let J P Mauppln fix that clock oJ watch for you Charges reason = bleujud satisfaction always 01 kPt f 1 nwnnaWiWHw4Y = = = A tq1J a I Its to Yonr- Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fir to find that placet v Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothihgj Hats Shoes Furnishings A I Groceries Hardware Haziness Saddlery Farming Implements and et4 I Our Prices are Right ti So are Our Goods F We will appreciate your trade and take in exchange tot goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad N Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have lttosell Dont forget the place i A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY I We are Now Readyl I For the Fall Trade I With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our lined Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Completew- ith shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman andIlady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby childrenIand shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these gociwe willI youIt Ii i SwannDay Lumber Co INOORPOMATCO i Clay City Ky INSURE WITH f F A LYON SON The Lending Tumirnu Agents ot Eastern IionttoltyOver 200000000 Represented t r Every one who knows anything about insurance know Ai4H ++ ttfrfrfo+of+ H tZ + ++ff++ + + ot + Powell County Court Whereas nn election was held in the county of Powell on the 20th dayof February 1D08 for the purposo of Ink ing the sense of the legal voters of said Countyupon the proposition as to whether or not spiritous ainuus 01 malt liquors should bo sold bartered or loaned therein and whereas the re kult of the vote of said election hns been canvassed and certified by the Uounl of election Commissioners of Powell County Kentucky now we the undersigned legal voters of said coun ty desire to and propose to and do contest said election upon the following grounds towit lstBeeauso the petition filed with the County Judge was not signed by legal voters in each precinct of the territory to be affected equal to twenty the per cent of the foto cast in each of Ud products at the last preceding general election nt1Bccauso the petitioners to said petitions failed to deposit with the County Judge of Powell county foraidoir to tim making of tho order election money in amount sutlicicnt to pity for printing and posting advertise mentis as provided for raid the fee the Clerk for making entries in tho Order nook 3rd Because the election is illegal and void for the reason that tho Coun ty of Powell with the exception of the town of Clay City was a prohibition county and tho election should have been hold in the town of Clay City to vote on the question stated in the bal lot voted aud used at said election 4th Because the ballots used at said election was mode of thin paper and was so made and of such material that the ofllcers of tho election could and did see how each or any voter voted at said election 5th Because the officers of the elec I 818 Euclid AVe tion in each precinct in said county permitted divers and sundry persons to conic and stay in the room where tho vote was being taken and permitted them to examine and see how many If not all the voters voted by seeing and inspecting the voters ballot before sumo was deposited in the box Oth Because the election officers failed to make and sign trIO certificate or stub book or to make any certificate showing the result of said election 7th Because the election olllcers failed to publicly declare the rcsultof the vote as provided by IliwJ 8th Because an emblem was used on the ballots used at said election without any right or authority of law and without a request from either side or any person Oth Because by the use of the emblem towit the Bible over the Yes and the bottle with n snake crawling out of the bottle and a glass by the bot tle over the No that the traditional reverence for tho sacred volume in this a Christian land prejudiced the voter and prevented a fair and impar tial exercise of his judgment in tho de cision of the question submitted for his action and did control the action oftho voter and caused votes to be cast in favor of prohibition because the vot er was by reason of his inherited reverence for the open Bible unwilling to cast his vote against it no matter what his real sentiment was upon the ques tion submitted at this election 10th Because money was used by persons who wore working for arid favored prohibition and votes were bought and paid for by said persons and said votes illegally voted for pro hibitionllth Because the officers of the election In each of the precincts in said county permitted illegal voters to vote after their vote hniNjctm challenged 12th Because the olllcers of the c 1DISINFECTANT THRIFTY LIVE STOCK Tin inlmMRul qvMKi wWi tumor ind Ina tMm It 1ow to podao the top booI pork Of tatta0 with Itas Kutlnl I expte Thew io pimol dimM nibn Una Irr tem itp u t fvnattl sttuii til sad Boom imccn cdaeea oMlrMaiKp iadR 7 it wB kwv M liwaock h a dthnhrozidliu Hoeaekaihaa MOMil ss5o wSea i5ootod twa II wilI JOG ilrotfdoaolaMHy it will ilp do Urow doItf wot sa l1l y er yw rwatrtiatplawSIga THE HYCENO DISINFECTANT Co CLEVELAND OHIO j In Presidential Year 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