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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r aq 1- wf 4 fi10 r It j I- TEtE114Yi tiTY TBMES 5 I ii l 4 r 60 4 Ccats aYear fa Advaflci We are here oh lClaJtit tie Sarroan JiDgjCooDtry and Ourselves t E Burgher Publisher r f Mpi4xIIi CLAT CITY Ky HRSDAY DECEMBER 3 J90 NO 49 m f 26 = = I 9r 1 JUST RE E VEb 1 t i It 11 1 New tine of Ladiesv f n1 r Ao 9S tandl WrapsN- ewest i I j 81 I ti t Styles and Lowest Prices c CALL AND SEE THEMf I Ce SHIMFESSEL4 r l j1 J 11 i It ff 1 bif 7ti J1r It ill Ir + wtd +d4i+ t y New Fall G dsl Just received fresh fionii the city One of 1 s thtj beta elected stocks of Dreps Goods and T I tiever brought to this place and 1 tfWe Price is Right I v You t fhoiihTcall and investigate this superb s i line of anythingand everything to please 4 i f t fcx l v i t ii the particular buyers No troube to show f t v It W i tlesmutter of buying to your own good taste and sound Judgment J B EATON I J itI 1 i Y In Chicago the other prominent real estate man wasl trledand convicted forgery in the short space of ono That was In striking and acceptable contrast to the u flual order in thocare of rich offenders It shows that lUp law can be Bwjf t and effect ive enough when absure teohnio alities are not allowed to block the course of i V Lost from rig fJ B Eatona aomtf where between Pilot Knob M JO SStaJKSiJiih at p robe Clay it oltyanti ve ir + I J 1 ty j 4fo Good schools can be maintain ed only in live uptodate miinities It hue been generally observed that the education of one generation means benefit to coming generatipns NO commu nity can afford to lot its educa tional facilities decay It is the duty anlprivJJegeofe- verypersoll to donUthe good hQ can in passing through tfiIS world How extensiyq that ood lUybenolon can jell but it IS sure cticovII i a J oj J flfJi F1-Y II II izj 0 t 4 l Not ali bb of5ynipathy Spine newsptpdijrs are always pjtving the iifcpV edit rtsays an exehangeThey seem to want tattrnctwp thehc interest They wait to put the pulili c n notice that the poor editor is an old overwork ed infirm CJiaf ity horse with a running sore qn his back Small wonaer then some peo pIe imagineQ1ey do not haft to pay they got in a lori e However gradually awak ing to that t portunt fact that they must be4un on a business basis witJl1fhat independence that any other bus mesa in ordeKto be selfsustain ing and selfrespecting Do not tr oattract sympathy for what youtdbl Oharge for it like any ofiwr business enter pose andff tttere is nothing in the busines hit it and ilo something elseJfijfpu are or should be running yoruwlI business do it in n olecut businesslike way On1I your wares fur sale lit n fair pro it st the sallie ns does your merchant and if a customer is V iJjllg to pay that price putsF 1 fiends hack on the shelf When ispapers establiFh themselves nitbl1ai11CsS basis and not nn flfhen theyviol It self sustRii jund will get n fa i return fL rAgam jnyesttneitt o money mndeuIIH1mi t t Good Roads Good roads for the people I means a saving of huo Iris nstIe happiness and greater r Iward for labor Yet there Hit things thqt should go mint i in hand with good roads nod one of them is opposition to eve y means that will cause trade to ItIthe country is impoverished if the roads are the means of sending I more dollars to the largecit ies In connection with the good i roads improvement let every I taxpayer bo impressed with tie fact that the more money kept in each community makes the pio rata share of taxes for the maintenance of good roads less that the dollars sent to the big finan cial centers will not help pay for local improvements eo Dont Kill the Birds William Dutcher president of the National Association ofAu dubon Societies declared at the annual meeting of the associa tion in the American Museum of Natural History that Americans were robbing posterity and perI- l mitting un annual crop loss of 800000000 duo to destruction of insect tating birds He call ed for a fund to fight the com mercial bird killers in every state legislature If we permit the heritage of wild birds that still exist to be qurtherwastedland destroyed we are robbing put children LUr Dutchetjioia the delegates The people as trustees are in honor boD dtoIpreservetIles6 wild I- It 4W 4 birds for those that follow us We do not wish our children to feelabout us as we doabout our fathers who permitted the wan ton and useless extinction of the bison and tbe wild pigeon In the matter of bird legislation there is no resting placo the on ly price of satisfactory bird poo tection is eternal watching of legislatures for in an unguarded moment an amendment may be vnssedthatwi undo the work of years Cash Vs Credit A cash transaction is more de sirable than a credit one If cus tomers would only pay the small town merchant cash for all things purchased the same as the department stores and mail order houses in the large cities require there would be no reason why goods could not be sold at lower prices It is the constantly turn ing over of the money invested in business that makes tlio profit for the merchant This is one of the reasons of the success of the big city concerns Few farmers when they sell their crops are willing towait six months for thMr pay Why then should the Mimll merchant in the town be iIed to do so If he has the dy cash to discount his bills li will be enabled to sell his is litn lower margin of profit 11 lianiiot have the ready money trsoif he does acredit business gr ve support to the local pa per It can be made a power fo- rjlin the community By the news and advertising pages of it ht stranger can gain an eccel let idea of the importance oft place Encourage the editor II giving him all the support- th i you can ForiClradtJudgc Judge J Smith Hays of Win chester has announced for Circuit Judge in this district Hta card will be found on another page of this issue Judge Hays is a man well qualified for the position and has many friend in this county If elected he will make a good Judge and one that would be acceptable to the whole district His claims are worthy of consideration from Democrats allover the district- Irohibition ee n has been in effect in North Dakota for so long a time that in many counties there prohibition the Union that can present a sim ilar record e Notice The Democratic Committee llf Powell County are hereby noti fied to meet at Stanton KyIU Saturday the 5th day of Decem ber 1 08at the hourof 200 p m for the purpose of setting a date for holding the Primary Election wlilch is to be held in Powell County for the purpose of nominating county officers to be voted for at the November e lection1000All expecting to he come candidates before said Primary arp cordially invited to attend J 1 OREARjCommitteeiAny thing you want can be bought by mail Try the Lexing ton Purchasing Agency for your shopping Best of References For particulars addres Lexington Purchasing Agency Box 50 Lexington Ky Dr C B Dickson the well known dentist will be in Clay City to practice hill profession Novem ber 20 for tfcn days only A GREAT SAYINGS SALE I For the Next 20 Days ICte4 1 LotNnl ifats That Were 8500 to 550 now + 375 Lot No 2 350 to 400 8250 to 275 Lot No 3 i II 250 to300 150 to 2 00 1 LotNo 4 1 I 150 to 200 co 100 to 150 I Every Hat in the Store at a sacri 1 floe price Now is your chance torr I buy Upto Date Millinery at very 1 Low Prices r Come Early And Get Choice Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY Jo 1 t 1 1 9 t 4 m THE TIMES rUDLISUEU EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription RatesSO Cents per year in ads vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Dec 3 1908 CLUB RATES For tho convenience of our subscribers we have arranged dub rateg pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 R Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 A NOUNCEriENTS For County Clerk We are authorized to announce OHAS EWEN candidate for County Court Olerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party We arc authorized to announce J W Woolery candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announcorT F WOODWARD a candidate for the office of CountyCourt Clerk of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Domo cratic party For Superintendent of Schools We are authorised to announce R A Irvin Sr candTdat for the office of Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor 4 We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor subject to the action of Democratic partytWe are authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pbw= ellCountyisubJecfrto the action of the Democrat party Wo are authorized to announce Char powellDemocratic 1 party For Assessor We are authorized to announce S A Easter as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic purtyIWe authorized to announce W G Frazier as candidate for Assessor of Iowellcounty subject to trio nntlfin rf the Demoemtlclllrt Wo are authorized to announce G A Crabtree as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN B PATTON candidate for thoofllco of Assessor of Powell coujity subject to the action of the Democratic party Just about now the mail order houses of our largecities with an eye for tho Qhristmas trader the smaller cities and towns and of the farmers are sending out their bulky and illusive catalogs by the thousands Experience proves that taking all things in to account to buy of such houses costs more and brings less satis faction than to buy of thehome merchants Money sent out of town to these houses for what can be bought equally as well at home is so much check to the growth and prosperity of the home town and of the farnipra and others who find in the town a ready market lor their eggs buttdr and other produce It seems that Speaker Camion js to have trouble to get his plane again at this session of Congress since there has developed strong opposition tqhim in the Taft for ces Good for that Ill tho Taft forces will oustnllsuch trust servants as old Uncle Joe they will do well Who will Bay farmtrigis not a success when fourteen of the twentyfive presidents of tho United States were raised on the farm J SMITTH HAYS IS IN CIRCUIT JUDGE RACE Promises Impartial Justice to Rich and Poor Alike If He Is Elected Hon J Smith Hays Thursday announced his candidacy for Judge of the Circuit Court to suc teed Judge Benton His card follows To tiffDembcrafioV3te s6f the Twentyfifth udicinlDietricb In announcing that Iam a candidate for theiVDeraocratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this district I deem ifcnotiuiprop er to give my conception of the position qualification and duties of a Circuit Judge By reason of his position he comes more directly in contact with all thepeople than anyoth er official Ibis snecessarily sIbecause he is the arbitrer between man anti man sitting in judg ment adjusting their personal re lations passingupon the rights of property liberty and life Occupying thjs important pO- sition of power he should be hon est and fairfair to his fellow businessIfairpolitical preferment in his party or before the whole pen pIefair to every one in the performance of every dutypub lic or private devolving upon him whether to the layman the liti gantin the suit or the lawyer at the bar He should be intelligent having acquired sufficient nndaq curate knowledge of the law to enable him to understand and apply thocomplex rules of proper ty and personal rights iThese rules of the law are the result of the a ecu inn In tell wisdom of the past Our precedents are butthe highways along which justice and right travel It is his solemn duty to pronounce judgment and maintain it without display of temper or harsh words for the defeated lit igant or lawyer always remem bering that right ascertained by human judgment from human ev idence and applied tq the case under consideration makes true the maxim The law is not asit isbut is as it is administered Theso qualities oC the heart and head combined with a love and sympathy lot his fellowman under all conditions added to in dustry and health make the ideal judge These are the highconceptions which I entertain in reference to the position duties and qualifications of a Circuit Judge and as to whether or not I can approxi mate the ideal I submit to the candid judgment of the Demo crats of this district graciously willing to abide their verdict If you favor mo with the nom ination and elevate mo to the bench I pledge to you that I wjll administer justice without respect to persons and do equal rightto the poor aud totha rich and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge all the duties incum bent upon me as judge according to the bust of my abilities- ltespe qtfuil J sMIT HAYS y H J Thostatistics of rajjroad casualties fur the year ending June 80 last fihow v gratifying decrease of 1280 killed and 8 297 injured as Compared with the previous year the number killed being 870i mid of injured 08080 as against 1000 killed find 72280 injured the previous year But ncournging is this decrease is the number of casualties lastjll i jffk far too shbws that greater precautioand nioraapv proved safety appliances are yet deeded The belief ofjBCmie people that the temperanceriieVenient which has made such qret strides in all sections of thet would Subside does nabseem to be borne out by tl ets IpOhip1- undercolntyonti9Jf glle cC y after ab dry and in other states wliere temperance I laws have beenemitted in recent years progress isgtill apparent I John D Rocks that he has quit t makeinon ey and has joinedthe Brotherhood oflhuni Some peo ple will be critical eDo to think that he lui ftueerideas of brotherhood There is rapre Jo Catarrh in this section of the couythaiinll oth ei diseases pat togetherand until the last few years wae supposed tQ be incurable for a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease und prescribed localreme dies and by constantly to cure with locaLtreatment pro nounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh tobePaconstitutiori al disease and tle eTore requires oiittitutional treatr rent Hulls Catarrh Cure mtihaifiicturedby F J Cheney d Colledo Ohio is the onlyconsttUin if euro mi I the market iHtakenluternally in loses from 10jidrjpBto a teaspoonful It ac tsitectlyon the blood undo mucouBJteUjfue of the system lheyoJT9I1e hundred dollars for unyc l3 to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J Gheney5 CoTole do Ohio JJI 1 Sold hy Drug tit T c TllktlIal1s FuillrPJill for con vtjjmtioiii J 10 c Hotel for RentorTlTease aCentral note 11 3 story building with 31 rooms plirtly furnished in ludingty large Miinplq 0-I opm und all plentyofto depot For further lfnlorml1tiol apply ta Mrs Jennie Rffssel- l01ayCity Ky FRUIT I ORNA IENTAL TSerythingrft I Orchard Lawn tail ardenII 11t1L tulllllItj fir mauve qo A yentg i I H f Hit diuiveyer JSosnLEXINGTON KT ii I poresthoj i JqtdlssolvcSKIDOO a tit w diticovc ry in soip containing an I 1 hutULjul it anyither gaps or gleaner ti a 8ensa lnn to ttttit aiul iiftxctption 1 ally good for tlicLLh TO TKZ HOUSeWlFEJ Tnkenc ftrw w aaitttE KIDOO on it and yen r in l Utitwn e brass or niclccl wah t r v and in fact clean nn tl LsfUdatfthd sama tll11t it dorsar4 i t wIn liJcq ordinary scud rub IiLpS AIISKIDOO cis mojetha11any ether kind ofsoap IItrt Cowlr1C3yetAgreatblgrati r grocer or drJJIt Y tttu ar and wewlJl- tend you one fun i a lpay the pseuds which 1410 p lIWNSO rlOi ttl6as 0lri- eI f r y r t e w iflIlei i U1t A OF and 1 QirIsr tij r t G 11IIi i Q 16 aks ri i 1 1 s + r t AN- DLadies t 7eT f1f i BpyQ 1 J Suits tw atnOr- s d tft r e 4 v r1 t Overcoats 7 tf r c J 1 t j r i t f Also Nice Collection of o f010 I Ladies Hat8 Just Received tyK Wich WIIJbe Sold i1tto l POPULAR PRIGS fir f tj r MRSf Y twa j j E- I 1 ir t J ra jj sr t1 rI t t 1 m rCakeThe f 1 And Flakiest Biscuit v i Vro 11tttlt3 VlMM Voii lLie Pearl and Bakers Prli Filwh r Take no Other Every Sack Gnaranteedr fMANUFACTURED BY J A rAiN VplKAIIIFS KY 1 Sold by ourLeadinc Merchants jc f The i eed cure fpf rot Colds itJ tindeapdsdiiivcgunraufce ever fails Jt is the polY remedy that cures jnone doseand ith out vpr titang Ahvayshavea bottle pn hand It may save childs Recommpncicd y physicians Price 35 cts per bottle 0PRUGGISTSTWE i rt lIid1ay Sftfo 4JV 1 bWA tONGDISfANC TfLmIONES Private Lines end Exchaflesr YouRNEICH8O olintWNo prrriout rlUKeOf kaowL diet n ry WilfT4 W pIteqllrh dmopfrom emY mi- IIevcl4etee C Cd p Ij WStrTad y 1 jsukkphqeIHow Itad crud FAIII iSPJtYdlewis- EOUNTRYMEEIWn roIrtUJC Mitt iv- nf Iy ntcoNhaw aa s rr dMrq mey w1 yr- dwga k P ritT I 14miaethwith adriond ie MIoIIio Iw 1 tahtnws Arrwtt L4 w MoI pwr nwd Eo tt 11ii 4MJTWT NLY WnTda7tlfCsUMttRTEi1PHOMCMANUAC1C1ItIN4 oeMPAHY T8IUMTUfcJIJc i a A T11ETIMES-i t NlLL H9MEMADE APKR THURSDAY Dec 8 1908 EOCAL BREVITIES IBS Bertha lapel visited Lex ingrnn Mondny Iorr8vT iiizo of Louisville zV t 1 l tWr l ti rVB iftheity iwmi Todd is visiting rela inioiark county thisHveerV 1itijThe regular meeting of the Gity Council wilhconyerie Friday night a Y Sirs Jo Rash returned Mon from a visit to relatives at Witchester 5ohn McPherson of Hunt Clark county is visiting relatives in the city Rr For baleCottage of four rooms fibusiness part of town Apply tthisofflce Rev S M Carrier and wife of College Hill are visitingrelativeB f in ar the city and county r W E Heflin of Ruckerville l t was hero Monday and bought a nice bunch of good calves s Let JP Muuppin fixthat clock if or watch for you Charges reason able and satisfaction al wys i iH Johnston a former y president of this oily has moved from Spout Spring to Irvine A lot of meat has spoiled 1 L throghout the country on account of the recent warm weather H Witt of Levee passed here l Vithn bunch of nice i TJyomtgvcart le whicJ juSwiiad pick- edi up In Eatill county v C1 Sam Oarr has purchased the building and stock of goods of M Rose and taken possession of same Mr Carr respectfully so i r icitsa share of the trade Besides Judges J M Benton and J Smith Hays the lon QrantE Lilly of JBichmond is also being urged to s make the r race foroircuitJudge fh this dis j trictrv i JI i IntJle Powell Circuit Court last I M Bradley was given l Jurlgmentalain for 1000 thea- mountt of life insurance left him by lQther Kinney Bradley 1 deceased Ie f Dave Siio den has purchased a 4 newset of stpp1esand is open J sing a new barber shop over the bank1 Dave is a fine artist rind We predict forhim great success in hiff undertaking J jBI r i5sr Yhoseltri 1 f- ty p AJIWUV f D g itheomurdor of his father wM transferred to Estill count and r set fer next Weokwas taken fi9 thecJitckeonjailto Irvine rr thisVefeKJ His mother nccom r ji flied himv taking board nqar the jail MedkWfri t 16 Mtdklne it 1 n 4 I kayo suffered deal with malaria and stomach complaints r but I have now found a remedy itr that spe me willand that rem edy8 Electric Bitters a medioieii SOJJJIot to for 8ton aoh and i i 1 teutllspand o r1 do rrt conditions says AV Q ItiestV xJ fw pftlIalhday Ark OSleotrio JJlttera y puiifyjind enrioh the bloQd tone d r ppthe nerves f nnd impart vigor J sad porgy to the weak our mono 1 rt att YY4nb refuhaed Jft falls tp IJ i1r bfl1p ou QOoatSw nn Daylabr Coji store Owen SVitt Deputy Circuit Court Clerk under the late Thorn as Williams of Estill county has been appointed Circuit Court Olerkof Estill county toflU the vacancy caused by the death 6f Mr Williams The appointment was made by Circuit Judge J P Adams A Dangerous Operation Is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No one who takes Dr Kings New Life Pills is very sub ordealtheyfeel them Theyfcure conptipation headache billiouenessnlid malaria 25o at SwannDay Lbr Gos store Rick d Waldrqn have begun theyillnett Okla whereeach member of the firm will locate for future residence and engage in business We regret mut h to lose these most estimable families from our city This fs Worth Reading Leo F Zelinski ofG8 Gibson St Buffalo N Y says I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bucklens Arnica Salve I applied this salve once a day for two days when every trace of the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lbr Cos store 25o The less we parade our misfor tunes the more sympathy we com mand i Greatest Calamity- A noted writer haj said that the greatest calamity that could befall mankind is not war fam ine nor pestilence but a change in womans dress by which bright colors would give way to somber hues He bases this idea an the fact that many cities are large and flourishing because of the great industriea established in them to minister to the feminine love of color Fortunately the calamity hinted at is not at all likely to occur State Wide Prohibition for South Carolina Statewide prohibition seems assured with the next session of the Legislature in South Carolina The majority pftle members elected to the house of represen tatives as welUas to the senate ire in faVor of slate wide prohi bition law and jovprnor Ansel was reelected on a platform de daring for ucli temperance legislation Pour counties havevot ed dry within the past few weeks under the county local option law of the state by a Vote ofa bout three to one This makes- twontytWO Out joftKp1 fortytwo- counties of the state entirely dry Marked for Death Three fears ago I was marked death A graveyard cough was touring my JUtfgatd pieces Doctors failed to help me and hope had fled whnnmy husband got Or tKi gs New Dijcovery says Mrs AO Williams ot Bao KyliThe first dose helped me and improve eni kept otfiun til I mid gained 68 in health tviltullyrtaWiredxTihie medicine eaHng record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases It prevents pneu monia Sold undntguuruntee at SwannDay LbrJCos store SQc and 100 Trial bottle if reo Th iit letting Crusade Everybody should help stop the pub lie ppitting habit by 8ending a two cent stamp today for our attractive unique hanging card which warns a galnat 8pittingiUlsance coplewiU- ta noticeiqf this caad andionqlllleeo never forgotten DOMINO CAKDS Oo 1SQ7 vOhouieaii Sty Louts iMo l iiiiiiS t Rheumatism Recipe A wellknown authority on Rheu matism gives the following valua ble though aimpie and harmless prescriptions whichany ono can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion ono half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla thre ounces Mix by shaking well in a bpttler and take a teasoonfulafter each meal aud at bedtime Hestateq that the ingredients can be o tahed from any good pre scription pharmacy at small Cost and being of vegetable extraction aie harmless tb take This pleasant mixture if taken regularly for afew days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheu matism TheSjiain and swelling if any diminishes with each dose until germane t results are obtain ed and without injuring the stom ach While there are many so called Rheuniiitism remedies pat ent medicines etc some of which do cive relief few really give per manent results and the above will no doubt begreatly appreciated by many sufferers hero at this time Inquiry at the drug store of this neighborhoodlicits the informa tion that these are harmless and can bebought separately or the druggists hero will mix the pre scription foneur readers if asked to A man Hover realizes how little he knows until he stalks up a ainst a young fellow who has just fioish iH freshman year at college jjjS t Notts to Trespassers All person are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing ie forbidden bv t the undersignedwho will prosecute to the extent of the law all persona violating this no tire i B B HUTSON I rl E Winchestei Bank t INCORPORATED N H WlTIIKllSPOON PrCF- i Capital StocK 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individuals firms and corporations 84 1 i B F BERRY s- g Undertaker e j Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits Also can furnish Home Made Cot tins to Order on Short Notice e I When Desired i iWest Bend Ky S SS 00 O 00S SSSSSOSS SO + + + + + I + +1 J Watchmaker PTjAUPPIN 1 I and Jeweler All Kinds of Watch and Clock I Repairing on Short Notice and ReasdfWble Terms SATISFACi 110N dUARANTEED Une of fJew lrySpectac1es i 1Rlver+ Tfi6 HIF 6Fdd ++ LFeF Farms for Sate Bluegrflss furiiia for sale through out Central Kentucky Good busi flees to exchange fur farm B F Adcmk Purls Ky- Photographs Am now ready 16 make Photographs at my residences near Cav City Those wanting pieiurtu will pliURc come at once JOHN W HENRY 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anrone eending a atetelt aid deseriptlan qntcklr ascertain cor opinion tree whether an CommDDIcaUonutrlcUronOdentlaL atentaPateDtanotke wltboat CIIerp In the Scientific Jlmerl an- A bI4lOmel Illnttnted weekly Ijtmtt Hr enlaUon of any tdentiao lournil Terms 13 a rear i four months ft Sold by N rkInraoch once JS P St Wubinaton Do Co Who Will Be President This is a prrsidential year and I every man must read to keep post ed on politics The Courier=Journal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops Ont Dollar a year is the price of tin Weekly CourierJournal But you can get thui paper aiil THE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR One SolarIf you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier Journal Success is the ability to fOtft failure 7To all who will pay upall ar reitrngep and ono year in advance will send the Southern Agrinul InriMt free for one year If you w nt It dont forest to ask for it- h A riititurit is onn of the best r 111 ih 4 Y U 8 POULTRY FENCEVery Cloia Mesh nNnaTWr14fS3S roCK CO DOUb UL Ksuas sty Ms SEEDS IBUCKHnSEEBsS uccaDI SPECIAL OFFER ItaJU to band xw BaMana AttlallriU YOU oar permanent CUltomer PrIze 17YUVt1eel Lot1nd Ts U tbe 0 nr1e etueao BUTav1100PLLEEAiG ill Write today I Mention this Piper J- I SEND 10 CENTS to sera pMop1 paeklse ead tilt va1abl trJb f bl- plaatreea tall tit kMt k natat4Uteti ruau u I KweSvc bee Tl ata Gala J863 aaCKIE ntlusocxroan LL I CLAY CITY IONAL F BALbF1 OJOAY CITY j i 41 Capital SOOOOoo-f I Surplus and Undivided Profits OOOOoo t r M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier 1 Transact any buaneu conuflcnt with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corporations Firm and Individuals Solicited Intor est Paid on Time Dopottitsc I INSURE WITH I FrA LYON be SON I a The Iaeadin Insurance Agents ot JBaMtern jiontuolcy + i Over Represented 200000600 i jEveryone who knows anythingnbnt insurance know they are lea ers in this line + + r+ H + ++++ + ++ +++++ A 0 KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryIII ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES IAND SATISFAt7TOS MONEY REFUNDED f Pressed from selected Concord Grapes For the table for the sick room We have produced the delicious Naboth Grape Juice for yearsprOOuctNaboth Grape Juice stands for progression each year Im proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing and developing Naboth Grape Juice now going out iswe think a little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Gripe taken rom he cluster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superior quality ofNoboth Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the National Ure Food Invigorating THE NABOTH Y s4rlDS Broctofl i York TIE CHILDRENSS IIURDIAH THE BOCTM IN YOUR H- GlfeVICKS Group and Pniemoia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses ud Physicians Tkee Sizes 25c SIc utt tUDe FAMILY SAFEIUMD Combined stimulant covering and per furnishingAntiseptic gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abodes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough HeadCol4fc Worth its weight in gold Oftmtamt to lie trMhecrf H Sold by druggists Money returned If not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C The Great Dbiritaea and Dysentery EgKis yI Cures acute and chronic dlarrhoc adfSCn terycbolera morbus summer cholera mid prevents went of typhoid fever SamecotJpJItIresults obtained in all parts f II WORKS LIKE Price 20 cents per box I Dont accept a ubttUnt UJldituM good Jfyol1rdroggrt htt I care to got for you send direct to THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY Oswego N YU S Ai Virden We are having fine witito weather now- Sewral Proud Here attended O W Berrys sale at Argyle TueS dayWilliam Hudson and 0 0 Curtis were in Winchester Mon day and Tuesday on business- W M and Ben Hudson sold and delivered their crop of tobac- Co Monday to Winchester parties at 18 cents Doc Pigg and McOulum of Winchester were in this neigh borhooh buying tobacco and pay ing 14 cts They bought several small crops The hunters are plentiful in this neck of the woods now But some are having very poqf luck Mr Coy demons hunted all day and found onerabbit setting and shot at it and missed Mr Rabbit Now Joy says he isnt as good shot as he thought he was Many a base institution and i dle gossip may best be treated with dignified silence thereby letting the character be its own vindicator To take up a stone to throw at every barking dog is- I usually a waste of time Resolve that if you cannot pay for a thing you will go without It is a degradation to take from ethers what you cannot afford I REPORT OP THReCONDITION I OF THE i Clay City National Bank At Clay OIty in the state of Kentucky ut the close of business Nov 27 1008 I RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1071415 Overdrafts secured And un 7R76tPremiums on U S Bonds1600 00 Bonds securities eto 2467351 Bankinghouse furniture and i fixtures SfiOOO Other real estate owned 1869 8I Due from National Banks not reserve agents 5300I Due from approved reserve npentn 1212742 Neer t t etlerNatl Banks 160 00 i Fractiomu paper currency nickels and cents 14 65 LAWFUL Moxar ltssanva to HANK Yixt Specie 462885 Legalten ler notes 1100 00 5028- KrcVnj 85 tion fund with US TrciiH rtu of cirTn 2500 00 ITnttll 1210804 00 I LIABILITIES I Cnpltnl ptok paid in f50OCo 00 Surplus fund 85000- 0UtdtiudP Ufltalersexptnces amltnxerimid IFM 69 Nittl bonk notes outRtnndliK fO1 m 00 liw to 1 her Nlltlonnl liunlix 066002 Individiuil del subject to duck 8421767 Cnfhieru checks outBtnnJiiiK 835 62 Bills iiiijalijc hcludlnK certlf llIunI210KHDO lOOOOCO iSHCotI A T AVhitt CnshJer of thon bcive nnmrd bunk Jo Buhumly Hweur that the nhtivo ttatMiint tit trot to till best of my knowledge and belie- fAF11hitt Cnahlor Sulssa iliid unit swovn te befoixj rix thin tat diiy of Den MR T J Fletcher Police Judge Gin City Ky Court CORHKCT A IteM s yJnnPAtbinn Directors Chan Jkttt IkGULLOUGHS LIFE SAViHB BLOOD PURIFIERA Speedy and Safe Remedy for allf1 DiiMSts of the Skin and Blood Restores Renews Strength Cleanses and Enriches the Blood Aii a especldllyvaluable remedy for Boils Carbuncles Erysipelas 1umurs Cancerous p tumors Ringworms Old Sorca Scrofula Syphilitic Affections Scrofulous flulTImpure i of Rbeamatls I PRICE ONE itLLAR PER BOTTLE FOR SALE IY DRUGGISTS MMMrfifdirMl byHtOULLOUIH CHEMICAL COP tota TMMMM WeIWy FURSIflds and Weal = Clasias duleri AVOIe l a ceaial71 for you iba lee Rdeteacc WetUy ns iron KY wood at this oillce Almanac 15 1909 of covers Prof old features in the book year book the o Forecasts stands 80c Word and in A almanacs in 2201 Locust Word Every citi his fellows possess the only relia 175 acres one the Price mono tion her today Ky RFeathrs1Bowlowa Orphans Heine at the orphan It beautifully is a large Ib is owned Winner rand people every between the lb will bere Wc hope to fBpforc the know the Tlcter etc have neither recieved at all those who to Wiimfre write to all ministers rive informa The And rare Hls sake who j not a better i Write Huerrunt at once jJmllre Ann8 Ky W RQEON 0 MNNNUNMNN D ROEON r IY elloraLa I 3TANTON ENTUCKV fleneral Prrctlce In all Courts of th Commonwealth 4 S E E D SBackbtet Full of11eNorthern Crown Pedigreed Seed have a n imlotlou of lit years of uccouful seal growing bthhtdthem It pays to nUbQ best LSeasonable SptclaltielII AI tfd Earliest RH Jijo Bushel ReureeItrtrr UHily Bushel Gteru 1ul3io Bushel tYaRlwell imp Kidney 5s Dubel Davl New Wax J47S Buihel Currles itojfftvttl Vnx MsoSuibtt AkaLtxtra Bushel n3Bushcllionlprlsa lLelhx Rdis l1Otf ldII fall 1111 101 pricesSaidyour rtYaillrbl r irl c preen 2teltoueyWrttatwtglti 1 P 7 JrH i F eC1- satscclbrrstr o uCc redSJanti PscLiC1 I Pt Ate s a ra o i 44My Young Sister writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman MissCtOOK my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at once TAKEtII Wit Help YouJULast spring Mrs Hudson continues uIwas ina rack of pain The doctor did no good cox began to take Cardui The tint dOle helped me Now I am in better health than ii three years Every girl and woman needs Gardui to cure hlJ irregularity falling feeiingsrheadache backache ands isTmilar female troubles Cardui safe reliable scientific Try Cardui I AT ALL DRUG STORM SUMMARY CF L E TIMETrUSLE EastBound WectUound No2Dally P M- 22fi 305 32O 334 3511a58 405 414 430 415 447 510 j 05 610 I No4Dully A M 735 8n3 826 842 90 OIU 915 922 938 943 956 1017 1115 1120 I Stations I Lexington WinchesterL Indian Fields i CLAY CITY St nton- Rrtsslyn Filson Campion Jnnatfnn Natural Bridge Torrent Beattyvllle let O k K Junction Jackson = No 1- Daily KifSun 1 A M 955 012 900 845 825 815 809 803 1 a8 745 7 an- 707 fl Hi 610 l No3Dily P N 605 520 507 4 fia 4 J5 4 6- 4O 4143u7 a b5 341 320 225 220 1SunAI M 1025 O40 9341 f2oD02 8151 84 542 828 1126 8151 7 54 705 700 Tho Following CONNEOTIONSare wade DrilyExcept Sunday L de E Junction Nos 1 and 3will connect with thC deOUull way for Ml Sterling Ky Junction Nos 1 23 and 4 will connect with thn Moih tarn Centraf Railway for passengers to and from Camptcn Kv Beattyville Junction tHs2 will connect with theL do A Pull way for Beattyville Ky nl Junction XlQ o n 4 4 uill eannnnt w5thth 0 diK Rail way for iJunnetn ivy mijiwHy eiation u BREEDE- NSRHEUMATICCURE Is not cureall but a guaranteed cure for Rheumatism both Inflammatory and chronic Purifies the blood liver and stomach It is sold under a plain positive guarantee to refund the If a cure Is not effected This remedy longconUnuCd attacks of rheumatism after the best physIcians had failed to do so a that cannot be excelled Has been by the people leading druggists merchants and physicians also some of the leading drug manufacturers of country These men of authorJty all pronounce DreCdens Rheumatic Cure perfect as a preparation can and as lb equal Guaranteed under the Pure Foo Drug Act Price 2122 FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS If your dealer1 should not carry this prepare atlon write direct to us RKEDKN MKDIOINE CO In hattwnooca Tenn fnnK Rust and Decay are two of the worst enemies orRoot fing and those who contemplate building should hijtVe the protection that R JM ASBESTOS ROOFING affords Itis proof against both because it is constructed of Asbestos and Asphaltbothminera1syet the kind that cannot rust or decay Bides it possesses a quality peculiarly Its own It requite no coating May we send you samples and pries H W Johns Manville Qo Cleveknd bar i LETTERS FROM USES OF THE SiI one natbine Is ntnoMd T twined more kbontwuhlM OBt of TdW Uttte booklet aces I Bier would see Om alt the womenyou oouldetand is a1been payingtt2O a week for allhlllCwM I oaa do the sae In two been sdlh tIloEA8Y Jtl 1lpeR ai- We taTe tried the fI JCASY ud llt estamyourepresentiasadthdoalywaaber- I liTer saw wst does the wuhlatclan wtthou rnbbtug on the easy does the waebtag ttocongh1y IC oorta1a11 BUGOInTLDl1IeC4AT6UaPa leas for OlWtnelfth ateweltposlet i Wash everythingwaahablo In the house if you canna4snake the EASY earn I i Ita price fleeing deattng season return It at our expense I i I 2637 ol our free on Washing Formulas you valuableiinformation oo waehinglanneht DODGE A 1UILL 3C Dlllaye Bldg SyraouM Nr Y P ru