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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi p 0r t r 8 to 0 F 1 f r 4 f V w tf t- c HE cEAyjigtTY TIMES 50 Cents tiYearn AdvDnci 4- bt r f We are here to hijlairCit SfeiidlBg Country and Ourselvest 1 E BurQhcr ubllsher 0 VtBMrA T r DMgRNr VOL xtV CLAY CITY KY T URSDAY FEBRUARY U J9QO NO ls iIWants StatoWide Prohibition for l 1 Kentucky r- HW Davis Chairman of the Prohibition State Executive Committee has issued a call to the temperance people of Ken ti ci urging them to useall their efforts in behalf of Statewide prohibition The call Js as fol wsWe invite all temperance people regardless of organiza 1 lion church or patty with which they are affiliated to join with f us in one united effort to secure i constitutional prohibition and r settle the question so it will stay 4settled1 The first step is to deluge the Legislature with petitions so they will not dare to refuse to submit the question for a constitutional amendment Pastors church es are respectfully urged to pre set this matter to their congre gations They nnd all others who will aid in securing signa tures will be supplied with petition blanks by addressing State Prohibition Headquarters 402 South Fourth avenue Louisville Xetltuoky or Mrs Frances E Efeauchainp Womans C1risstian Temperance Union Lexington j v ntuck r 1 rneitlng ofarandlbdge of K P driRd Chancellor 0 H Pol j l i4Hof the Kentucky Grand ofPythiasr4 4J Ii 0alled rttb t t- oQrandLodgenrbe i1L uis villa February 20 This meet tr ing will conclude a series of three important meetings of the Ken Vii tnoky Knights The board of the Pythian Home twill meet two days earlier and open bids for the contract work of the new addition to be built r at the Pythian Home in Lexing r ton The addition will cost 20 L 000 and will be one of the most complete homes of its kind in j the country The fortyfifth an nivereary i J tbd rn n in gftlie fitIthe 20th i A Great Mistake Now thrft the government has spent thousands of dollars inim proving the Lincoln county farm in Larue county where the emancipator president has always aup posed to have been born a Wash in toncountyman conies fort ward and says the whole affair is a grand mistake Ho rays Lincoln was born in Washington county al1c1Jthatcase If he can only convince Uncle Sam of his error Kentucky will probably get another park Letters from Billings Okla I where the Messrs Kirks and Mr I Henry Waldron moved in De ember convoys the information that the wind blows there still P B Kirk has moved from there to Missouri and John Kirk is confined to his room with a spell of sickness which his numerous friends in Olay Oity will regret tit1earn Another little flurry of weather camp upon us yesterday moro ing but the U 8 weather fore castor at Louisville says he gill goaddayLincoln CentlHatOi te tie Lraoiartv i ft1ny UaattdmY Mrs E N Wilson has been visiting her daughter Mrs Geo W Anderson the past week at Mt Sterling LOST White light brown spotted setter Bird Dog answer call of Mike Last seen on street 2ndI09W H Courtney r Clay pity Ky pIVNNIVIVPVIVNNiVNNIVNIVNIVPVN1 I ro 1 f i 1 F JUST RECEIVED INew t Line of Ladies f 1 1Y7Cloaksraps t pricesVfI t1 if CALL ANt SEE THEM j c u cUI C bHlMrLbbhL I S i I aT Ak v1A4M A1dV VII0 1 dJd1A 1WAI1J Ah1 VAAA 1 i r f 7 diir I r l 11e j r ttI v 0 1yu aiJM rl s 1 t11 t 4i rtt v to 1io l t A1 10 0 tttw r 1 H IJ k r j t f f p t 4 t It YIr+ 11 t 0 I to k l n THEM ARY The Democrat te primary election Saturday toljtelect nominees for the various county offices passed off very quieUy The re sult of course igfjery disappointing to some butitjus was expected followin 18 the vote of leach candtdntp for the entire I county FrCoUMy Judge D R J M Welch-G M DerieI M21UDaniels pItI 74 For County ttorney- M A Phillip r 405 A H Norton l 88S Phillips majority 77 For Court Clerk- J W WooleryL 884 J F Woodv 201 Chas EweukfiwJ 1 280 Woolerya lity 48 For SuperiHteHdcnt of Schools F T jnrTrllc5 421 RT A 828 C Svri1tt 03 Iff Win BoweJ1trMt32n A P JolitieohM 188 T B McOa11 155 TB WarQ 4 I2- I B Oanleti w 61 Boweus pijjrili 13- 5l Psr ArGA CItahfx B27 Q Fia2frR w 1od iB tJtJ Il jFor Ja vGeo M 857 Jas P Martin 4228Ch- arlie Clarkw 15J John P Gaylord 48 Amos Cain J 43 Stephons plurality 120 v For Alaglstrates Janes KmcaidLf 143 Yertipn 108 Kinca ids major iW 85 0 N Crow was eletee Circuit Clerk without W T Adams ttusnoiitiuuted for Justice of thePeice in this district wit hou 9Pposition J W Allen WaS lOmtnnted for Justice of the Peace In the up per district without opposition A P Johnson o ne of the dew feated candidates for Sheriff requests us to extend his thanks and best wishes to all his friends who so loyally supported him in the race and says he is for the ticket with themostJiearty sup port 0 1 The sumo advert sed by J gmfWsonllt Spout Spring did hottaKe place oil account of the heiivyjadwnpour of rain in the morning He will now have the sl Saturday February 18Ui See humid bills forpartlC111rsil Mrs S M Hanamans celebrat ed her 79th birtdaySunday and is just as hale o lieartv now as fifteen years T Her many friends remembering her birth day delluged hic fiiiU box Satur day with appropriate post cardsj The tnemAmade a dona- tionto Pastor JISbtN Bush in whic1 they cade 1th a parson prpviBion su fttt JtpJa t lulu for ieveral yeiiit7Y 1 qr r fsOJ C I T tE 4 i 1 4ttif f IY J ifR1Ir i C ltW i t PhlllpStEditor If you will give me just a small space in your valuable paper I want to thank the Democrats that voted for and gave me the nomination for County Attorney in the Primary last Saturday It was a great pleasure to me in deed and my gratitude to yoit for your loyalty will never be forgotten neither shall you ever regret placing the banner in my hand and to the victors as well as the defeated candidates and their friends let us not talk a bout how it was done or why it was done it was done nnd cannot be helped Some one had to be elected and seine defeated then let us never look back on that day but like an army of broth ers tried and true turn our backs on the things that have passed and our faces to the foe and tight manly until victory is ours United we stand divided we may fall Very truly indeed M A PHILLIPS Darlingsville Miss Della Gravett is visiting her sister Mrs Lemon Henry ncar Wiuchcst Mrs Mary Hoskins James Smothers and family and Her man Hoskins and family visited A 0 Barnes and wife Sun 1qd y I ITtptuori Ilatton- brother ClCet hst 8 i1if John who is very fiTclr but on his return we are glad to hear that his brother is bet ter On last Saturday Mrs James Harrison had a social and after a few of her many friends gath ered thou called ita quilting All had a good time and got time work done too r The New Country Woman To many people it will be sur prising news to hear that there really is IIIinew woman in the coun tryus well as in cities For a number of years we have been reading of the exploits of the new woman in town I but nothing about her country sister ActunHy there are men and women peopla who call themselves intelligent who know more about Europe than they do of the real conditions of the rural residents of their own country The average town dweller louks upon life in the country as one wild waste without a fertile spot to ie deem it Men and women willing ly starve in crowded tenements rather than endure the terribly loneliness nnd drtidcerv of the country and the sympathy of ev ery woman who has never lived in the country goes out to her down trodden country sister Conditions have changed wonderful during the lust twenty years everywhere but particularlytin the country Machinery has lightened labor telephones have pluced the country in touch with the cities rural free delivery has brought the news and happenings of the hour to the little box lit the gate of the farmer daily fine pikes have made it possible to get about horn place to place with ease and rapidityand time stem and electric cars are penetrating to the remote corners of the United States with us tonishing speedThe Marsh New JIde maI18 rjlfrjlt 11 The Rev Carpenter of Win f chester occupied the stand at the Methodist church Sunday and Prof Taylor President Ken tucky Wesleyan College preach ed at night J B Hall of Lexington was transacting business in the city Monday t liitlrJI JJIIBr 1 All of 1J- LJLWINTER I 1MILLINEKYI I I ATCO3T R r And Less During the month of February Want Nothing Carried Over COME AND SEE ME- ttm s MrsW Ne BUSH r r m O t lt Jrt y- t 3 4S h J J 40 Oo I foil fI iwi- ip it to 4 t T j min i f otto ny vt r i I V tIJ lrjtlf r f fto t I rt y1 yr J4 wr 4- 4THE f C1thY4jJTY TIMES 1 50 Cents a Year In Adyanw 4 p- L We are litre to tip1laf ilr Sttt idmg Cutiotrf and Ourselvest 1 01 Burgher Publisher Y VOL xtv CLAY CITY KY TURSDAY FEBiUART IL JfJOftNO i 1 Wants Statue Wide Prohibition for Iv l Kentucky H WDavis Chairman of the Prohibition State Executive Committee has issued a callto the temperance people of Ken tt urging them to use nil their efforts in behalf of Statewide prohibition The call is as tot wsWo invite all temperance people regardless of organiza tion church or party with which they are affiliated to join with us in ono united effort to secure constitutional prohibition and stayvi the first step is to deluge the Legislature with petitions so they t will not dare to refuse to submit the question for a constitutional amendment Pastors of church es respectfully urged to pre c senjt this matter to their congre J gations They pod all others wlip will aid in securing signa tures will be suppliedwith peti tion blanks by addressing State Prohibition Headquarters 402 South Fourth avenue Louisville EInTemperance Union Lexing- tonkietituckrt flebting of Grand lodge ofK P i crtfnaChancellor 0 HPol-s j lard bfr the Kentucky Grand t 0 Lodge of the Knights ofJPythias 1l x s sailed mb ttnjof t to- 4randLodgonrbe held inLouis villa February 20 This meet r ing will conclude a series of three important meetings of the Ken y titckyKnights ii 11Theboard of the Pythian Home two days earlier and 1 open bids for the contract work of the new addition to be built Lexingtonj 000 and will be one of the most complete homes of its kind in the country The fortyfifth an niversjiry bjflthd founding qfttlie order will also be c tcd at this meeting by a big jubilee on the 20th A Great Mistake f Now that the gdvernment has spent thousands of dollars inim proving the Lincoln county farm in Larue county where the emancipator president has always aup posed to have been born a Wash ington county man collies for1 wardand says the whole affair is a grand mistake Ho cays Lincoln was born in Washington county on what is now his farm and that he can prove such to be the case If he can only convince Uncle Sam of his error Kentucky will probably get another park Letters from Billings Okla where the Messrs Kirks and Mr Henry Waldron moved in pea comber convoys the information that the wind bloivs there still P B Kirk has moved from there to Missouri and John lUrk is confined to his room with a spell of sickness which his numerous friends in Olay City willregret toiearn Another little flurry of swath er came upon us yesterday morn ing but the U 6 weather fore caster at Louisville says he will goodd4yI o i C bit t e now Lu entJa triceanty t1iatdayMrs NWilsonhas been visiting her daughter Mrs Geo W Anderson the past week at Mt Stealing LOSTWhite and light brown spotted setter Bird Dog answerI call of Mike Last seen on street 2ndI09W H Courtney Clay City Ky prVNVIVPVIYNNIVwVVINNVVOVN VfViti 1 1 1 JUST RECEIVED is i i New Line of Ladies i Y7Vipaksra s s ic Newest Styles and Lowest pricesto t I r j 4 fl CALL AND SEE THEM i 4 040 i r r C SHIMFESSEL L i w i a A A k J r f 7f iowrIr I I l 0 0030 0 tyia It IIr 4 1S R s 9 i v Krt I o 9Itl 3 df Mt tO J f 31ji jiqJ tkJ v 4 t j7 Jr tJi ryK Cyw + a j y t MI 1 r lift CS 11 f1Stjji t fr II ccj J r to T THE FRIARY Tlo Democrat primary elec tion Saturday4 jjerect nominees for county Offices passed off vdt iety The re sult of course isxery disappointing to some bqtithiswas expected Following d the vote of each candtd ta for the entire county FdrCouaty Judget D R Daniel iJj8 J M Welch 274 G M Derick 210 Daniels pltr ty 74 For County Attorney M A PJlllhPB 405 A H Nortqnjgft 883 Phillips majoty 77 For Count Clerk J W Wooleryjll 881 rJ F Wood w 201 t9I30- Woojerys pmrllity 43- For Superintendent of Schools F P TrIIC ij 41 R A IrvinM328Tracys majority 93 For ShtrltL f TKl Win Bowen j 823 A P Johnsonf 188 T B kicCulls l55 T B ware 4f 12 IvG + O- iBowess f 13- 5rvsUPe rr GLA Utaht 3g7 iG bd 210 PJP fA J gU 1 7Y u J u J fFor JaI4 0 Geo Stephens Ltki7Jas F Martin 1228Ch- arlie Olatk L157Jo- hn P Gaylord 48 Amos Cain i 43 Stephens plurality 120 For Magistrates J antes Kincaidt113Po- rtion Faulkner 4 108 xKincaids tea 35rj0 N Grow was elected Circuit Clerk without opposition W T dais was noininatcd for Justice of theP eice in this districtrwithoutopposition J W Alton wasiiiominated for Justice of the Peace In the up per district without opposition A P Johnsoniglie of the de feated candidates for Sheriff re quests us to extend his thanks and best wishes tCall his friends who so loyally supported him in the race and says he is for the ticket with themost hearty support j J TIle public sald uesday adver tised by J H yDa fnat Spout Spring did hottajcetplace oil account of the heavyi3ldwnpour of rain in the irior He will now have the salon Saturday February l3tiiSee hand bills for particulars Mrs S M mans colebrat ed her TQtTb birdtdaySunday and is just as bale wid lieartv now as fifteen years j goHer many friends retnetnl riig her birth day delluged h nail box Satur day with appropriate post cards The membei made a dona tion to PastorjbtNBush in whicfc they cad the Jars n provision still tQit hl- ior yeralWeN iE r 2 + tI I lrr tr1 J I tItA cr I 1 ltW i t Letter From Judge Phillips Editor Olay City TimesIf you will give me just a small space in your valuablo paper II want to thank the Democrats that voted for and gave me the nomination for County Attorney in the Primary last Saturday It was a great pleasure to me in deed and my gratitude to your for your loyalty will never be forgotten neither shall you ever regret placing the banner in my hand and to the victors as well as the defeated candidates and their friends let us not talk a bout how it was done or why it was done it was done and cannot be helped Some one had to be elected and some defeated then let us never look back on that day but liko nn army of brothers tried and true turn our banks on the things that have passed and our faces to the foe and fight manly until victory is ours United we stand divided we may fall Very truly indeed M A PHILLIPS Darlingsville Miss Della Gravett is visiting her sister Mrs Lemon Henry near W nellesteE Mrs Mary Hoskins James Smothers and family and Her men Hoskins aud family visited A 0 Barnes and wife Sun riP1fiPtdati Haton- cr 1 il s brother John vii6 is very fiict but on his return we are glad to hear that his brother is bet ter On last Saturday Mrs James Harrison had a social and after a few of her many friends gath ered they called it a quilting All had a good time and got the worktdone too The New Country Woman To many people it will be sur prising news to hear that there really is nIinew woman in the cone try as well as in cities For a number of years we have been reading of the exploits of the new woman in town but nothing about her country sister Actually there are men and women people who call themselves intelligent who know more about Europe than they do of the real conditions of the rural residents of their own country The average town dweller looks upon life in the country as one wild waste without a fertile spot to ic deem it Men and women willing ly starve in crowded tenements rather than endure till terrible loneliness und drudcery of the country and the sympathy of eVe ery woman who has never lived in the country goes out to her down trodden country sister Conditions have changed won derfully during the lust twenty years everywhere but particularly In the country Machinery has lightened labor telephones have placed the country in touch with the cities rural free delivery has brought the news and happenings of the hour to the little box at the gate of the farmer daily line pikes have made it possible to get about from place to place with ease and rapidity and the stem und electric cars are penetrating to the remote corners of the United States with us tonisning speetlThe March New 0lIdea 11maaa iagxili L The Rev Carpenter of Win t chester occupied the stand at the Methodist church Sunday and Prof Taylor President Ken tucky Wesleyan College preach ed at night J B Hall of Lexington was transacting business in the city Monday giUIJII1JlItlIIII 1- L All of myI- I WINTER I 1 MILLINERY II ATMCO8T f R t IAnd Less During the n month of February Want Nothing Carried Over- COME AND SEE ME l1 it MrsW Ne BUSH m ffd- i r r I c rt of I H 1 IfI 1 Ii t I js t iv 00 rj i 1 QIf Ir Ihy w t i4L 9r l i THEiTZTIMESi PUBLISHED EVEn THBK8DAT J E burgher Publisher Sotscripiiob Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Feb 11 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Comnieroial 75 Home and Farm 75 Encouraging Figures Democrats have every reason to feel encouraged by their show ing in the national election fig urqs The complete official canvass of the popular vote forpres ident gives plenty of basis for rejoicing even in defeat The com parativfi increase in the total vote for Republican and Democratic candidates is so strongly in favor of the latter as to make that of the former unconsequential Mr Bryan polled 1315211 more votes than did Mr Parker in 1004 whereas Mr Taft was able to in crease his vote over that of Mr Roosevelt in 1004 by only 14100 Mr Bryans increase over the Democratic vote of four years ago is nearly equal to the total in crease in the whole number of votes cast over that of 1901 Furthermore it is the largest Domocruticvote ever cast in the United States + The election returns are illum inating also as regards the figures for the minor parties Neither the Socialists the Prohibitionists nor Mr Hearst private party cast anywhere near the vote they anticipated while the Populists lost heavily compared with 1904 The figures demonstrate cousins ively that the great political bat for many years to come will continue to be fought between the Republican and Democratic parties The figures show further that the Democratic party is gainingwhile the Repeblicaus remain nearly stationary Four years more of Republican rule ought to insure a decfslve Democratic victory in 1912 if the powderYand their organization effective Good Advice Instead of Gov Willson advo Kentuckystirevenue in the State Treasury ifI he would stay at home and try t to earn his own salary and if Lieut Cox was not compelled to fill the Governors office about half the time and draw from the State Treasury a salary nearly e qual to Willson there might not be so much need of increasing our taxes When the Lieuten ant Governor fills the chief exec utives place he draws for the time the salary the Governor would draw Still the Governor draws for full time Let Willson practice economy a little Two men drawing Gov ernors salaries is too much The Democrats built a new Capitol and went out of office with a full Treasury at the present rate of taxation Again would we em phasizet HLet Willson leave off trQt tdewrs etfl try arid try to yearn Ms salary r- r l v + J J 1 Jl 2 Let hinucomo in touch vithrtlie economy of his own Stateand studytheir conditions and their needs instead of dining and Wining with the preat moguls and heada of jnbig cities of other statesLaufs yule Times A leading zen of this city and county asks us to write nil article in behalf of n county Treasurer whoso duty it will bo to care for all of the county funds and be prepared to paypff claims as they are presented We have all along advocated this county Treasury business and still do The Deniocrafic nominee for County Attorney has pledged himself to the idea and we learn the nominees for Magistrates and look favorably upon the proposi tion It now seems that at the right time we will likely get this system of handling the countys money Public sentiment seems to favor the change Judge M APhiljips Demo cratic nominee fqr County Attor neygives some sound advice to the party on the first page of this issue The primary election is over and all Demdcrats must give loyal support to the nomi nees if the party wins in the fit nal election in November We may not have our personal choice but the choice of the party must do us 2 Christian Endeavor Program for Christian Endeavor Society from O bntil T p m Sunday evening FebVl4th 09 Subject Lifes lesson for me from the book of Job Leader Mrs WI1 Martin Organist Nora Rich Job 1If AvM B 1 vHi stiEBildad Kate Hutchinson ElihuOeci1WilUal1s The Adversary Mollie John son My Testing Job 1 l2 rEdmon Burgher My Adversary JOb 2 l72Sti die Rich My Perplexity Job 21 7i8 Gardner Shimfessel 291ShelbyMyHumility Job 40 85 Aus tin Johnson Hows This D0111lrSjReward that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY COToledoO We the undersigned have known F J Ceenoy for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly hononi hie in all bUHinrsH trnnsuctioim and financlully able to carry out any obligotiuns made by his firm Wulding Kinnnn tt Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces of the system TeBtimonlals sent free Price 76c per bottle Sold by all druggistsTake Family Pillsfor constipation SEEDSIOCQIIIS 1ilSSUCCSB- Ir SPECIALOFFER1- U4 to tana Hir Bid Atrtellrta- WMTOI IU penaaaen eIIItoOIDer Prim Celtett it aetl4 HfoltleIt6tUlUlIIHp Deat nne JUAWritefPaper aU TJ SEND 10 CENTS bnf erll m bpattyrepellIdHqalevWe II- Il lutaea b rd pdlHs S sikgall LLebo11b1HnevaeWhr N M w llt lacT CceuifiiiiOLlQO j YiTe tfstiil i tja farnieraryill A numbs Esttltbountyloadsl raising tobac i 18YcrJhwill not ba h rOOjl fob itis known that HIelt r all be- grQwn iit tr ono of them will crops Latfil Hergldf inlNgestree Ends You can elyingXyidurfitora acid craves wltlwd fear ofa caseoC Indigestion or Dyspeptda or that your fold will 1e renent or sour on your stomach jfoti ViM occasion ally take a littlstDlap4psin after eahlgt v YoUrutealsrttIItaste good and anything awillbe digested nothing can Vermont or turn into acid or poieonjfpr stomach gia which causes Belctiing Dizziness a fouling of fullness rafter eating Nausea Indjgtllibn like a lump if lead in sttimacb Biliousness Heartburn Wafer brashf Pain in stomach and intestines or other t symptoms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedyfsiusedDiapepsinr- eally does alit work of a healthy stomach It SfigeBta your meals when Your 8t llabh cant Each triangule will dig st alLth food you can eat ad leave nothing u ferment or sourw Get a large fitment case of Papes Diapepxin from ryour druggist and start taking todfyand by toraop row you willactually brag about your healthy trong Stomach for you then Clio tanything and everything you Want without the slightest disconSt or miter and- every pardcleofa purttylid t3s- thatfaja yourtiibJael andhitteg wayiwltboutother assistance j Farm Foj geat About 100 acres on Htvrd5icb Creek Soinir corn land With dwelling orchardandpeniyof water For further jtifdrrnationiapply 11 Mne J WI f1qtor W FBarnettC13yrlty Ky FRUXT RNXrt NTAL- a t ltNsr M nr ar TRprEvarythigfor5 Orchard Lawn n99arden FREE Oataloji We haveno iAfcenti I JI n rl1il ameyUnnrLEXI- NGTONtaXY r theporestheTliIiiieatdieeslveSKIDOO anew dh cuT rytinss an ingredient not faauJlnartyothersoa- or cleaners hufiirttKdt igMfuJ PttonallyTO THE HOUSEWH BJ Takga sQftra tcihaiiittfOOn ihlldqllcdl tJr bass JIfiletI time it clue N4 Barba Ys ifdy Hk oIlnarysc ur4JI fIpit ey appotherUtwinyouAereetM I grocer uonctt ui4 WS will seed urll p- wkloGielevate bu- Waite x r- WNg t ijf r1 H t l- VJKYlr To + r fiaa J rNt fiJo yN jr tistlqyA- t f e 11 rya HERE S K + I VaMtiie For YoLo 1f 1r5 9 A Saving ill PAcesay p5 rE Yoa Know that February cpmes just after Winter and just before J Sprint which makes things bad for the merchant who doesnt get 4 up and hustle People wont buy Winter GoodsinEebrnary withT iout extra inducements audits too early to lay ins their Spring supVia z plies Aid there you are and there weare But were going lto hustle Theonly way we know to sell goods in February is to j JCut prices Thats whattte are going to doeveryday this month 1 It will be a month of SPECIAL SALES in every line of Winter 1 c J Goods viz Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks Skirts Hats = Shoes Underwear Hosiery DrcpcGoods Outine Flnrielp hAcd i hr f C Men Clothing Hats Shirts Gloves Underwear Shoes Hosiery Ac frf Remembecall the month of Februaryas we do not want to tf y r carry these goods over to another season and wilt muke this aS 4 ifiJregular unloading salen sa v 4 f 7 rrV 1 I 0 1i4x MRSt 4 t JLiIvc II 11ams 0 ryt a- Y Kyt The Whitest White Cake y rt y lfi The Lightest Light RollsifAnd Flakiest Biscuit ij t r 4Vvo Mudu VVbuu You tine Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour r li 4y Take nu Other Every Sack Guaranteetl i 1 MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY ISold byTiar Leading Herchants e y Mr do tONG DISTANCE TEwIIoNi Private Lines and Lxchanges 111 TALK WITH YOUR INEiCHBOnS ergo rionte- Wi kelp k No fmioiu kc a knowi tar necerq WriTdy t our rhdanotI ill sew doM i ILaICet fITb1CM Concoct ALL AfltXn THE TELEPHONE ikphoelowjl1fr 2S anteRe haule r iris d ra REMEMBEfi OFTERlS UMTTCDTMC WtTyeeMlMY MfMTERSC SEEDS 11IIWAMMd two1111pY16e1TtapFHaeilpbtIMNenlgekrr r- hb1e IIIO rubhif itNreda 1410eon iIP1rtWbIr1 ClelD- N rXnrkhrhlrJ latelai 1itt111ew iLjr7tt 4t r IFj gird fwtEISPllY5I s tjj ODfffArMECnd1TSrli1n iewndrWi hon hopee TdrIIi i1IoBftdriaWMW T S THB iTOR A ONLY I THE SUMTDt TLEDHeNCMAMWAC1UarNO 8M 7a I 1 F rI i9c fv it o- sprbt2ZIMYneMMyet it It P100 Mi t i dlsal4ILielbi lT Qlft I 4 Pt + 1 S4xT17 GK i rSdr t J ir 4 t J 1M f e it iI A lin aa told IIbrio1 j i r 1EXJtIRIEHCE I T DulNsd I CtmrtxaHTa C Ik Anyone may q lekly eeanarronropinlon tree Stk vbllon 11 probablla- 1eopse tboedu 7u a Iort YattQeI tsln Iraogb aaatASyp ewl tbHu wahoet asM lapee a 4IIIaae etVy W trtle trebt t Gel TNFe r t rNMi 1i a 1r tN11 ysr- e v A1 1 r of w1dt TIMESc 1 4 = Ntc jr o rANAlt nOMEMATiE PAPER iv fit THURSDAY Feb 111000 2 LOCAL BREVITIES i C The third Bank has just cp r ed for Ba finese at Olrt111 ts t r t7 PQ1IiLocI i J QVln fchoBter fie visiting Mamio Ash er e C t Mr round hog seems to be finakirigJgoba lima forecast lair t 11 L eek Mass Clara Darby ofAshland t t KYJrsvieitiiig Tier uriqle Ear v Y l lIQantlidatea for city officer jiiZi hoiild now begin to lookw ttfences Nr r j l5l jFor Sale Cottage ofTour room tii V inbusihess part of town Apply J1 at MB office Jj C VR Courtney lias acceptei i apposition with the Olay Oity tI l jopalBmk Yr tt Mss Alcy Parr56h of Wincheo terjiis visiting her sister Mrs J Kobt N Bush 2 1 I t Valentines day falls on Y Sunday this year It will be obI gyp scJvea Just the same t J D Tipton of Stanton but formerly of this city is very sick and threatened with pneumonia Jfk Mjss Flora Wilson liah enter- ed1j Eastetn Mucky state Nor mai + iiiooltitRiiihmotidfo r be f J oth M fwititertBr1n tf i 11rfl O Burgher whose ses 1 r tious illness hasheen previously S tt noted iin this ipapery is Thow im proving nicely y t 7 Some Of the candidates will know better how to takesorne of rtheyprtlllstoif 1fi r1cFr sFohriitory is a month of notabli i eveuts in su much that the 12th w iajLiiiuolna birthday the 14 St Vl1lcntllIcsd Y and the 22 Wash ingtohs birthday trIl Wrs Nannie B Lowe of Win cheater daughter Mrs towc j4 wt fornloriyMiss NIlf1me An I it derson df this city Revolts at Cold Steel Y Your only hppetsi41 three t+ ifdnHors to Mrs MEFiahcrDe X Ttroit Mich Buffering from severe f rectal troultlo lies inBU opera- tionrte thou I used Dr KJng- iftwt Llfe Pills howritpsrill t S wholly eared Ihoytprevanl Ap jpendicifjB curd Constipation 7 Headache 25c at all druggists j 1 Must Sign Your Name I A lottarwi18 eceivediStriiti leadwhidji we doubt not being true butthorowafnio namc8ignOd tf r l 6 the article oa w6 must refrftiii frt mihnhlicatipn notwlthstand r7ingv wo ulU like to have doni t 6i soWell cJ eehlagfHletOtxeerCHyelUp- to Ojreodooiorsj bed k for flye weeks mood oiaon from H spiders bite caused large ileop f r80r to 9 ve hishg 1hwdoctor- et j failed then BuckloifB Arnjda y j Salve eQ1hplatelyUUred n1 wlitt18 iwfF J Jltnta higtflntof iIlosquevihe last For eczema bolls buds and idles tt6 euprime 2BaViit all drug Gl y 1 8nlla6i 1iy arVir F t IeJ r i rK1 itf iLI I I LOWj 0 xi fJJ 1 r fJr j II ttJ r S r I2 ti r iI hjrs Cloorgli lYhitt wbcl has been visiting her sohjOasfiiei A Tl Wfjf6t hasjeturned to let home at Itfrs Al T Whitt accompanied her home for a short visit- Y17awsonJ H or SpoutS tlnp will enter the coal and feed bus mess at Winchester and will move there Feb 15th Mr Daw son J8v gqod business nian and will make asacceSff bf hrs new OestwishesThe Secret of Long Life 4 A French scientist hoe discover tTo lon life TjHi8 methoddeals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans hid proved Electric Bitters prolongs life andmakes it worth living It purifies enriches anti vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cello imparts life and tone to the ie stem Its a godsend to weak sick and debiit ted weople Kid ney trouble had blighted my life for months writes AV M Sherman of Gushing Me but Eleo cric Bitters cured me entirely Only 60b at all drug stores What an Editor Iz An editor iz a male being whose buzziness it iz to navigate a nuzepaper Rewrites editori als grinds out poetry inserts weddings deths sorts out mane skrips keeps a wastebasket blows the devil steals matter fites other peoples battles and sells hiz paper for half its worth falfes white beans and apple saas for pay when he can get it raises jvlftrge + fambly woks 10 hours dntof 24 onceVaridlk while gets poorasekeh Tearted Jetlves no money iz rewarded for a life of toil with a short free obituary puff in the tlnxeraTEXSoldier T Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that aipotflxietedbgtween a det perat6 lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stub hnrn cold he writes that devil aped a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remodiesfor years My weight run down to 130 round Then 1 begun to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completly I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obsti nntp Coughs H morrhuge Aeth mil and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled J50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by al druggists I I- lleaL Union Lock PoulirjrFeno1QoI SmalarlaNIe lito 1 aurtitterooqrab aNaIIrdMNIM crwtr tort tkut MMc IWtM w wUtoc oc h- aIrIII1 erseb we ee P 111 aii tc i- 1 f 4 tfot j r w4di1 C wf1 tff ljt a 0 tip Ji f f Pfi j tfMi St 11 1 tt JtI 1U l t 4 It There is iMr tfilnneohn tb the c tea ot th- urecentprlmstyjheylikve more compagq thapy JhlhlLvc haij if they raceiPtlat gRegxesth Mix the t shakinj well in a TbiTJahalak in teaspoonful dbeVafter meals and at bedtimet y Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar eaparjllaj thrall ounces A loca druggist is the ajthority that these simple harmlet hts can be obtained at nominal cost from uur hometiruggisti The mixture it said tu cleans and strengthen clogged and inactive Kidneys overcoming Backache BludderjireakneijA and Uri nary trouble Of ill kinds if taker before the tag ot Brightri disease Those who have tried this Fay it positively ovorcomca pain in the bock clears the Wine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night t urlnK even the worst forms of bladder weakness Every manor woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy manner should mix thw prescription at home and give it a trialas it said to do wonders for many persons NoticeIto Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that nil hunting andtrespassing is forbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute tothe extent of the taw all pertol violating this no tide V B B IJUTSON No more longtime subscriptions f 10 renew today r rt g CAPITAIi STOCK f r fclOOOOO SURPLUS AN lvIDEtPR rl 9h1Q0000- i i Ie 1 Cult Ho u WINCHESTER BANK OF VlltOasTBft KV rTIIoLLTWITI rnlaPooNPRrs I W No SPBAK OASBIBR YOUR AOCOIINTE4 SOLICITED klAA ll t d B F BERRY Undertaker I + Keeps a Full Supply of e a Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits E Also can inrush jfonieMadc Cof fins to Order oil Short Notice i I When Dcslretli i West Bent Ky 0- L c tf+ + + Ht J t + t- Jpi nAtIPJN WatcliakirIf eweler Xbrds of Wat l and Clock iAll lr g OR l IetICe and II ae Terms SATISFAC UUARA6D Llfleof Jewelry rfaqfes Cott Md efe1ke Red River tIt Duftd1t- gOl4CM j l Ka rIicicY t IIC Iifio if c t ++ JV- w 1 ti wt Yr- y ra cr n- C kiltnbrelt OeorgeHolmesofKidvillowas- h ro the first of tho week buying fur Samuel Embs sold to Ben Hud son at Irvine court last Monday a horse for 8500 The 15 year old boy Of Ezekiel Puckett dropped dead last Mon day He had beenin usual health W F Welch of Irvine will probably bo a candidate for the Republican nomination for rep resentative Dr Blackwell of Sandhill was hero last Tuesday to see the in fant child of Morris LarisOii who is very sick It is rumored that the sheriff BOARD OF COUKTNEV I oftliis county was persuaded to arrest Otto of the mi violators of the local op tion law a few days ago Sometimes a man is so busy looking after otherpeoples busi here that he forgets his own It is a pity some girls do not take as much pains in selecting her beau sho does He selecting a new hilt at the millinery store The man who yearns to he a boy again quite apt to forget what a task was to wake up from a sound sleep the sofa and go out Jo the aud wash his feet before he could go to bed d s + 4 + + Ior o + H+++++ +fX44 +11441 ++ + WEEKLY I- COURIERJUURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a NationnlNewepaper Democptic in poliliIi It prints all the news without fear or favor tis 100 a year but you ran IWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and + II THE CLAY CITY TIMES I Both One Year For ioo II you will jive or send your order to this tpernott the CourierJournal pail oJ r 1 + U +++ Fd 3 + FF3 + Hc + ++r r 44 ifSundayl We can give you combination cut rate on Dai ly or Sunday if you will write this paperft 1+ + + + U+4oot+ ++t+ 01 JJ+ 1ofut 1 + +++++ + ++t ++ ++++ + +HI + P++ +++ NATIONALICLAY CITY BANKN CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on thotmost liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits it DIRECTORS M H J D ADKINSON CHARLES SCOTT J F Cox A T VVHITT actually mends as is it on kitchen if to r OFFICERS M H COURTNNY Free CIIAS ScoTTVicePrclI A T Wurrr Cashier t t INSUIIE WITH i F =1 RM4 N SON it The Lotaili lfeftlannoo Agonts tof Eustc 9II1u + OVer J 200000000 I Ir v Jr r Represented i i- j lvcryone who knows anything about insurance know I Ohyar0 leftders in thisllne w J r ytk T 01 + +++ + + fl + + + H 3y H 1INldl l d 1 iSi lul l 7 Ji x Yl f T 1c1 s Y Y37r M 11 A1 Y 1y i q 1 1tr GIf p Y f I J rtof l 4 i if 0 J 1 i 10 y 1 1 fM4 A w aU1 FURSRides and Weel TdowuCIMeCodeQSaYeIJow WOd Ginger ole TIare dMkrsl ulUJ 1856rOrer tulf acecturrla LouinilVmnd call do Utter for you thu jCTtt or commi ion meson Refercnct ur Bull in LomnSe Wni la wally pdcHuudUprisetactM lens229 It Market St LOUISVILLE KY H Some meii nre ciintious by ntu tare and some beclusothe mule kicked them For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood hiating stove Apply at this office a We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans flume at Cluy City is ready for trje cirphim f irlsin theinountain It isalHrtfe t hree fllory brick house beautifully ownedjfupported by good people ev ry where Orphan yirlrf between the sites i f five and thirteen will be reo teivedif elitrible We hope to j tnkethe bytlYater Before then areiiwnt we want to know the i nine age health character etc etc Only those who have neither father or mother will bu rtcieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Gurrant Wihnore Ky Alto will thank all ministers and county nfHcers to give tnformn 1 tion MB to any such Children The Horne will clothe educate and earn for these children or His take who Joveg them There is nut a hotter hiiie in Kentucky AVriieat ante to Dr Edward uerrnntyRViluunre iUOKKSSIONAL CART R A IRVIN M DIPHYSICIAN AND SUROON CLAY plTTf KY V 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two fngerEr Jnyau face One means you aroltsonofa gup in his es mcansliOome A dress refoaliet women to wear onttt insignia that will designate whether they pro married aingle Aw whats the use Qfs ppjingthe fun there iainn f i nut We trust oursuMcrjberd all woh arts rl1I1 r arMwil jall and settle what theyowe The postal laws unree rvtdiyjnqlirt1ilt sU scrip tJonnfLlst paid1n itdi ncll and at lest cannot be mailedwr one y earV delinquency W pieflkto iii contihue the to apy 811 Kcrlber wlioKwrftsit ahd we also dUlikentn dktobey this law whih UR ill a ac t fitj allpayingupPlt For solo prlYaCSlyi allrby household goodeVt j Claude Carr IWANT Amanor wogiaP an every rurahtuteto represent us soliciting hWritl renewal Sub Bcriptipnapnu eommies on basis We are offeereattatthe lowest prices very liberal comtBiseJoPS I InHtirancersoiicitorti friiit tree a genteRiUf riTtifitjw of rural route carrierN are e4tafy deslrcd VtuItir7meiffd7e11psiu larstdday + 1 gpoofprofitable bns iness dantbllsbd with the 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subscribe YestatlLOOocf9lsix YWedbyCarrlcrorAge ottheMt Atlas at once THE EVENHM POflTi PRICE j y 4 x t w r ifeUill cphar i r L r LseIWNeKH ON TilE WALL ATU8 AMD THE EVEHIM PtT C W i vyY M Ie V V 5K u r ff ti ere r 1iyIry i 1 c J000 BETS r Zvening TO II IrtiWITH TPAPEk JI Jf i1iy t l 35- l7 I r Jli rJ jjit t siy J lw i If f 4N i Retnarkab1e h SteA= 1 The story of Mrs Matildk Warwick ofKokomo f ODttctv as told below proves thcurative properties of that wellknown female remedy Wino of Cardul MM Warwick says i i 1 TAKEy f- It y c Will Help You shoulderlimbs u j femaletrbublesIwas I At last I took Oardui and with the first bottle ob j tined relief Now I am cured But for Oardui 4 I would have been dead Try Cardui J AT ALL DRUG STORMS i SUMMARY OF L E TirviE T BLE- WestfjoundEastBound No 21- Dally P M 225 105 820 h3i 850 358 405 414 430 435 447 510 605 610 No4Daily A M 736 813 826 842 902 910 915 922 988 043 956 1017 1115 1120 I Stations Lexington jWinchester L E Jnnotion- Iudian Fields OLAY CITY Stanton Rosalyn FilsonCampton Jnnctlon Natural Bridge Torrent BeattyviUevJot 0 E Junction Jeckeon No 1 I DailyEx A M 055 912 900 846 825 815 809 803 748 7 45 730 707 fl15 610 r I No8I P A- I6Q5 520 607 453 135i 420 414 357 ass 341 320 225 220 IStt1NMy A Y 1025 934 920 902 8c54 848 842 r 828 1120 815 784 705 7100 IThe Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except 8unday J L a E Junction Ntw 1 and 3 will onnectwltbihoc1doItaU way forM Storling Ky CxalptonJunction No 21 and4 will connect with the Moth tain Central Railway f7r paseongGrstoandfroin Camptony- l eattyville Junction N s 2will connect with the Lck A Railway for Beattyville Ky j 0 K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the O tKyBaii way for Cannel City Ky and waye- tationsRHEUATCCURE J 1 BHEEDENS Is not a cureali buhguarn ted cure for Rheumatism both inflammatory and positiveguarantee hadfailedI leadingdrug a t havingnopeeperatlon BRCEDEM MEDICINE COlne Ohattanooc Tnn r i j ait tvooi the worstenemies ofRool b asui those who contemplate building should bags the i protection th- atJM j ASBESTOS ROOFING s fprds It is proof pgainst both because it is ffiictI ithekindruality peculiarly its owiLUlt requires DOCcoating i J we send you samples and prices y CiH W JohnsManyiUe Coji Cleveland OIf 1 uCWLIrs IiEsAvIus J BL PURtFIZApeedy i ad HtodLLHP i Restores Vitality Renews Strength Cleaneea tndBnijches the Btood An k cropt 1 JJ4imors Blotches Pimplca Pustules Salt Rheum urebloodCtlo condition of the system Especiallyrecomneadeitorah 1 tv 5sJatk arsw J PRICE fNefIILA11 PEN TTLEt fait IALEtY DRMi11lIt i- W HnHfLLMlWI IKMlCAt1i 1 f lf 1 J k A I