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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 25, 1909. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1909 cla1909022501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 25, 1909. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ri 4 tf 1 1IY t 1 I la I + i Y IiJii 1 f it r tn Sfl S r t iI M i L 0 R JI 4 C 1I T W 1ii r rxq J 7 I J1 Y 1 J 1lOJ1 t c7- E 4 J ijc L i50 Cents a Year IB Advance c We are here to help Clay CfiMjie Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1B Burgher Publisher VOL XIV A CLAY OITt KI THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26 J909 NO8a 4 v A Shoiild be alaw 4 t 1 liX ff A rtbyeVrpjece of reform rlationwill be placed upon the A statute books ofJNew Mexico if the bill now beforethe territo rTal legislature should bo passed r bill fiakestho drinkershare responsibility with the saloon Deeper It provides that every f p e person who drinks must secure a e license and prohibits the selling of intoxicating liquors to any person does hot have a 11 Cense to drink i Z Heaviest Rates all over the State The rain Tuesday and Tuesday fight proved to be tiro heaviest i qyer recorded in Kentucky The rain was general and every creek aCue Gomruonwealth has been find every river is now overflow j With muddy water some of tiropa J1igher than for years The damage is greatest in the west coat a of the State and at- Lguisyille In some sections of the tate live stock was wash dJawih qutckand sud de4rieean t attiBo i Where l lhlnoe6 Oe1eg The repbrtihae been p ublished JTr0 WashiBgtorf fhantUe Treas r uryofficial88re becptpfng ajarm red at the rapidly diminishing f oesl JHtho government s strong tr f boa iThe aeficit for the fseal t1 t ytfaf thus fair is 85600000 Itg ftifcMtimated that by the end of prjh1 f lisOjOOOjOOOv c Bridge Washed Away Tfie in Eod rirerroso much higher than at first thought for and just before going tp press the report reaches here i ytliat the highway bridge at Bow lenawayw i JaB Eaton has boon confined io iliiahome a few days the past week with rheumatism I rAfterImpure y Secdmen Commissioner M 0 Jlankin whoIe following statement to the farmers of the e As the farm ers of Kentud1 y have been im posed upon for years through buying acultefatedsced I feeltfaat OB Ootiimissione of Agriculture I should do something to help them Lwant every farmer when ho buys seed to find out from vyhoin the seed is and then send a sample or sampfes to the Agricultural Experiment Station at Lexington Ky to see if it is pure or adulterated before it is sown where the seed will be ex amined and returned with the result of the examination The honest seed dealer will be benefited and the dishonest one will be put out of business if it is in my power to do so The farmer will know what he is sow ing and will know what the harvest will be If the farmer sows seed without bavin them inspected I want him tateportvthe har vest to me tellingmefroin wham the seed were bought and1tha re eylt B sodmng7oULw o efit this iepar in tJourelf ana Vttier farmers throughout the state Impure seed and aduiterj ated seed must be done away with When you getour gam- isalkMfJ1 1 of tfaVfiiack or package and not fron the top oj They Dont Happen la PoweR Nearly every day brings an ac count of a tornado in some parts of the West or Southwest attend ed with greatdeRtructioa of life ndprop r ylheJalest being the tornado in Arkansas Tues day which entirely demolished the town of Fisher killing six persons and iujuring more than twenty others r+ r i r 0 hIMIVVIHVVYNIVNrVIINNWWVVYVUST w L lI Y 4- H r New Line of Ladies a Cloaks and Wraps l sNewestStyle5 and Lowest Pries 1 I CALL ADi1 G c T jbt SHiMFESSc t 4 V Y 11 1 I D IANIEL 9- t D RrDaUlto Democratic nominee forlosuntv Judge is not popular tivth me of th licans of the hntyWe dont hlame thetnbliey know what he lids done fcSthem in past elec tiona and iiin anticipation of what he is iplng to do for them this fall tha akes particularly some of theiFJumber wail The o 1fce of complaint seems to bpifhVt whiln a member of the FieoftCourt Mr Daniel voted tor Ni Magistrates to be allowed oiL rent and pay for stationery q Wpre obliged to have the ole amounting to but 821 OQjr year This pal try sum ia dition to the small foes paid jfuistrates does not onefourth mpensetlieJustir es for the ble work they do and everyjpSlhking tax pnyer would bej Nul they could get four timetefi amount for their r sponsibl Because of the poor lIvice reason why we eomett not the best material r Magistrate ldotgeyertr iicomplaint is so in 8 i incongruous that thinkinj3iffilo pass it by with a smile fJ Ask tip ereaseaof salary preposttio t o raising the BQtlandCouatyAttorHPJ Rppbtiea4 salary ssmall1Wshowus reason why these pfflciali cannot and do hot earn this imipunt at least as much so in this and other Democratic countieflfks any similar counties under Republican rule There is not arman in Powell county today who is greater iden t6ed with the icountys best interests than jDjvJt Daniel and ttierejs taW whorppuld do Ignore for the itfuuty Jhan D 11 jpamel and heee irresponsible jBpqrces pjf ominous and high jy flavored manifestaJlioriff distaste jo 1is otillt18jad gentle inan arc daily eJIentingthe best people pt the JiQ Plty tp his sup dorLater we will have something to say about what Mr Daniel has done for the people of this city and tbisoounty and may be forced to rehearse What he has not done iniiompauson with some of i who seems to be jbyouB inpaily trying to e the against our nomineefogotntyJudgeMARRIAUES Hood B fine- rcliantofUnionfialI vas married Mpjidfty Fflb 1ftlHo Miss Mil lie Tlptoni lirSlt Baird of Stanton vas remarried l iWinohe8ter last weelt to hisdior edwffe Mat Wilhamealeoof Stanton Jesse Tudor jftiwyM 21 sum mers was marrieiaEstill1 coon ty last week t nip HOm aged 48 years Tiiib e ja pension er drawing monyon a dgoeased j sonweteranr Spanish Anericanw r JrS iIrourtepti dvautts ore tle L Ui A gourtt1 Tuaad yr a v t ityX a- r t J Native Bearskin Rug Mr P Y Drake pf this city is the owner of a rug made from the hide of the last bear that was killed in the mountains near by this section of the State says the Winchester Democrat The an imal was shot by the notod mountain hunter and trapper Stephen De Hart nenr the line of Powell and Menefee counties in the win terof 1003 MrDe Hart had kill ed many deer bear wildcats and other animals during his long ca reer as a trapper but was of the opinion that this was the last bear in that section as he has since been unable to find any further trace of the animals An other trapper of Wolfe county says there are still bear and deer in the dense cane brakes on the headwatersof Red River but has been unable to trap or kill any for many years Memorial to Oar field A movement has been set on foot in the Big Sandy Valley to have erected at Prestonsburg a monument to President James A Garfield which shall bo a me morial as a permanent record of the battle of Middle Oreek which was the turning point in the military career of Garfield and re sulted in Garfiejd being prompt ed to Brigadier General forgal- antryin AJbig wih bvpresented toQongresabY Langley In view of the interest which was recently displayed over the dedication ofa memorial of Lincoln at Sodgenvillo it is believed that Congress will pass the comparatively small appropriation which will be asked for this memorial to another of the martyred Presidents in Ken tucky Zilch Conner of Clark county ishl the city on business s Winchester Court Yesterday was a big Court Day and an enormous crowd About a 1500 cattle on the market and many left unsold as the most of them were light and tharshy the kind that buyers do not want until grn s comes A few of the best brought five cents but only a few of these Following are some of the priees At Hamiltons Yard were 300 Among the sales there D T Railsback bought 2 heif ers 800lbs at 4 J cents 3 fancy cows at 4 cents and a lot of 150 lb hogs at 5J cents Green Allan sold 1G oxen 900lb at 4 cents Lacy Bros pold 11 plain steers 800lbs at 4 cents and a lot of cows at 3 to 4 cents The Farmers Shippers Yards report 1200 cattle on hand yearlings were sold again later at 5 cents Well bought 8 steere 500lbs at 4 cents W It Locknane sold 5 steers 1060lbs at 8430 Geo Haleey sold 2 oxen 1270 lbs at 4 cents 7 cows 600lbs at S3 50 8 steer 850lbs utSiliO and 15 ste Eo 600 lbs at 4 cents Milt Lykins sold 15 steers 570 Ibs at 825 each and 13 heifers atI823 each S M Wiseman sold 3C steers i 350lbs at 81650 each and 15 heifers 476 lbs for 8200 t J A Faulkner sold 30 yearlings gyerlingsA lance number of mules on the market but the quality was hardly as high as last court One pair sold for 8375 and Gentry Thom son bought 31 fair to good at prices ranging from 125 to 200 J Winchester Democrat W H Courtney has increased the reward for the return of his lost bird dog from 5 00 to 10 00 See notice elsewhere in this pa per 1B 1m mma1l1 Z 111 of my- WINTER I i MILLINERY 4 J 1 And Less During the month o February Want Nothing Carried Over COME AND SEE ME oJ i1I O ow II oJ y J Jt J JJt rfC 1 J MrsW1 N1 BUSHt1I- Sr C a I f4 ill 4j t l a- wtoa o I ITCII is f aK + S r J t n t THE s I V 1 IMES p- x t P t Ye y i 4 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are hereto help Clay dttgfte Srr jigCountry and Ourselves C Burgher Publisher YQL XIyJ CLAY OITt KY HURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 J909 NO 8 S c 4 a iA Should be a Lawia A novelpjece bf reform Icgis lation will be placed upon the 1 J statute books of Ifew Mexico if the bill now the territo tiallegislatureshould bo passed his bill makes the drinker share t fegponsibility with the saloon keeper It provides that everyr r persona who drinks must secure a license and prohibits the soiling of intoxicating liquors to any wperson who does hot have a 11 censo toi drink 1 Heaviest Rains all over the State The rain Tuesday and Tuesday anight proved to be the heaviest- QyerrecordedinKentucky The rain was general and every creek in cue Oominonwealth has been and every river is now overflow With ddy water some of- tiiopiMgher f than for years The dainYgo is greatest in the west central part of the State and at Louisville la some sections pfttheState live stock was wash- edr wajrthequi6kTand sud dfl rfs in8lreartis r VWhre l Ni1tloe6 0iiieg- x The reportbas been Jbli9hed JTrbw Washington fhan1UeTreas L urn officialsSTe b COq 1 it ajarm rod at the rapidly diminishing n eaekiert1 government 8 strong boat The ficii for the fseal t y far is 85600000 It- timatedthatclt f jf by theendof ftfIjt10000000 CIrrr Bridge Washed Away Fietvaters in Red river rose jpuch 3iigher than at first thought f rand just before going to jpresfi the report reaches here j thatithe highway bridge at Bow j 1 lenhaTieou washed away t i 4B Eaton has been confined to diiahorae a feW days the past week with rheumatism ITj y jitterImpure Seedmen I Commissioner M 0 Rankin is after the scalp of eoSdmei who supply farmers with adulterated field seed JQe has issued the following statement to the farmers bf the State BAs the farm ers of Kentucky y have been im posed upon for yearS through buy ing adulterated seed I feeHhat as Oommissioner of Agriculture I should do something to help them Iwant every farmer when ho buysseed to find out from whom the seed is and then send a sample or samples to the Agricultural Experiment Station at Lexington KyM to see if it is pure or adulterated before it is sown where the seed will be ex amined and returned with the result of the examination The honest seed dealer will be benefited and the dishonest one will be put out of business if it is in my power to do so The farmer will know what he is sowing and will know what the harvest will be If the farmer sows seed without bavin them inspect ed I want him to YepQrtvtha har vest to me teilingmefromwham the eed were bought and the respite doi wi11bu efit this deparimetr yourself and Ctief farmers throughout the jBtaJe Impure seed and adulterated seed must be doue away mjJ1loflthecsackor package and not fron the top d Tfeey Dent Happen ia PoweR Nearly every day brings an ac count of a tornado in some parts of the West or Southwest atteud ed with greatdestructioD life and r ylheJalest being the tornado Arkansas Tuesday which entirely demolished the town of Fisher killing six persons and injuring mote than twenty others IVYN1Qf VIVLYNIVVryI1iNIVirVWVWVWi r 1- t I iLTCV 1 i t r New Line Hof Ladies r Cloaks and Wraps 1 j l u 1 yNewet Styles and c Lower Prices 7I r j CALL ANN SEE THEMti d x t r I I 1 1 1 s j Z1 SHIMFEStSELAu 1 fj r v ii j I Io ti i 7 ii J i i w J fwr i D 4ANIIL- D I R DariittUho Democratic nominee linty Judge is not popular r1JrI of the Republicans of nty We dont llama the y know what lui has done 1orjiem in past diet tions jh ii o- fwbatheisitriglo r do for them this fall the nkes particularly wailThaonlyi seems toJj t whilo a member of the PisciiiltCourt Mr Daniel voted for ti Magistrates to be allowed ont and pay for tirewpro to have theSioleamounting to but r try sum infaMitiou to the small fees pain Mi1strates does not onefourthViable Justle es firthe work they do and ovdryJmking tax payer would liegl they could thei-rresponsltilwBecause of the poor pars the reason why we eornetuiiftl Ijave not the best material whd for Magistrate roYever W t mplaint is so in BlnifCaiiti incongruous that tkbiD + pass it by with a smile dsto lit Frea 1of salary posifiQii tao the Pt1JatidCoupttypttortt ary is malejf6rshow us reason why these officials cannot and do not earn this amount at least as much BO in this and other Democratic counties its any similar counties under Republican rule There is notan in Powell county today whois greater iden- t tied with the icountys best in terests than jDvR Daniel and r s i 01 A anal whor vv uld do jnjoreforthe cbunt than Q n and th1 O Irresponsible spaces pEb fninouB and high ly flavoredmanifestationgof djs man are daily ce nedting the best people cif the jjQUfpjty to hit sup dorLater we wijlliavo something to say about what Mr Daniel has done forlthe people of this city and this county and may be forced to rehearse what he has not dono in c rl on with some of his frieudsl2who seems to beJoyou 1n to prejudice the our nominee forCoityJudge MARWAqES Hood Wisqtllo prfrninent mer chantolE U lop Ball ras married Mojidny Feb itito Miss Mil lie Tipton pr MrS1t Iatrdof Stanton was remarried aiWinchester last wjeek to hisdiypredwife Mattie Williams ll ofStanton Jesse Tudor a boybf 21 sum merswaemardo JSstill coun ty last Week tgn e Horn aged 48 year Tiieab 1 e ja pension era drawing jnoni pn a deceased son a wetQ r IJ Spanish AuerlonwJ iourtsali iai ySEig suits were 1UUiQUt1Uh Circuit Court- Tuseday a t a S r IIIr A j c- J1h Native Bearskin Rug Mr P Y Drake pf this city is the owner of a rug made from the hide of the last bear that was killed in the mountains near by this section of the State says the Winchester Democrat The an imal was shot by the notod noun tain hunter and trapper Stephen De Hart near the line of Powell and Menefee counties in the win ter of 1003 MrDe Hart had kill ed many deer bear wildcats and other animals during his long ca reer as a trapper but was of the opinion that this was the last bear in that section as he has since been unable to find any further trace of the animals An other trapper of Wolfe county says there are still bear and deer in the dehse cane brakes on the headwatersof Red River but has been unable to trap or kill any for many years Memorial to Qarflcld A movement has been set on foot in the Big Sandy Valley to have erected at Prcstonsburg a monument to President James A Garfield which shall be a me morial as a permanent record of the battle of Middle Greek which was the turning point in the mil itary career of Garfield and re eulted in Garfiejd being promot ed ta Brigadier General for gal antryin action A big petition will foopreseD tedt Congressby- Langley In view of the interest which was displayed over the dedication of a memo- riAl of Lincoln at Hodgenvillo it is believed that Congress will pass the comparatively smallap propriation which will be asked for this memorial to another of the martyred Presidents in Ken tucky Zach Conner of Clark county is in the city on business Winchester Court Yesterday was a big Court Day and an enormous crowd About irk 1500 cattle on the market and ma ny left unsold as the moat of them were light and tharshy the kind that buyers do not want until gra a comes A few of the best brought five cents but only a few of thefe Following are some of the priees At Hamiltons Yard were 300 Among the sales there D T Rnilgbock bought 2 heif ers 800lbs at 4 J cents 3 fancy cows at 4 cents and a lot of 150 Ib hogs at 5t cents Green Allan sold 16 oxen 900lb at 4 cents Lacy Bros Gold 11 plain steers 800lbs nt 4 cents and a lot of cows at 3 to 4 cents The Farmers Shippers Yards report 1200 cattle on hand yearlings were sold again later at 5 cents Well bought 8 steere 500lbs at 4 cents W It Locknane sold 5 steers 1060 lbs at 8430 Geo Halsey sold 2 oxen 1270 Ibs at 4 cents 7 cows bOOlbs at 83 Oj 8 steers 850lbs ut450 and 15 ste r q 600 lbs at 4 cents Milt Lykins sold 15 steers 570 lbs at 825 each and 13 heifers atI823 each S M Wiseman sold 30 steere 3liOlbsat 81650 each and 15Iheifers 476lbs for 8200 1 J A Faulkner sold 30 yearlings i yearflagsA large number of mules on the market but the quality was hardlv as high as last court One pair sold for 8375 and Gentry Thomson bought 31 fair to good at pri ces ranging from 1125 to 1200 j d Winchester Democrat W H Courtney has increased the reward for the return of his lost bird dot from 5 00 to 10 00 See notice elsewhere in this pa per 1 1m Jm iJ1l1 Z4ii 4llofmy f IsWINTER R MILLINERY ArSsT1 And Less During the month oC February Want Nothing Carried Over COME AND SEE ME t Je Ih 1iY II J J J C r J MrsW N BUSH ei 1 z s THE TIMESv j PUBLISHED EVERT THCBSDAT JE Burgher Publisher h Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered aS secondclass mail matter Thursday rob 25 1909 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned a The TIMES and 5106lLouisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 A Wise Mississippi Law Mississippi has a law which re quires the Governor jbefcrehe pardons a felon to publish in the county where the prisoner was convicted thenamesgf those who sign the petition for execu tive clemency The object being to show wlio is responsible for the movement in behalf of the convict and to offer opportunity for a counter movement if there is any desire to inaugurate such opposition The wisdom and benefits of such a law are apparent and it could be copiedrwith greats ad vantage by thiStatoS If this were done citizens would not be so ready to sign petitions and the governor would put a pause upon leis reckless exercise of the pardoning power As the custom now is there is tio difficultyin securing longpe- titiuns for any object under the sun whore it tibes not C tthe signer anything except the ex ertion of writing his name The Average man will sign anything that is presented to him simply to please the circulator of the petitionAn influential citizen could easily get multitude of signa tures to a petition to hang the president of the United States The reason is that the signer never expects to hear agnin of bis name in connection with the petition and never expects any one to find out his responsibility- So notorious are these facts that they must be apparent to any man who has ability enough to become thegovernor of a great state Such a man must know how little realsignificance should be attached to these lists of names They merely serve him as an excuse for doing a favor for some friend to whom he may bounder political obligations or to curry favor with sqme pardon attorney who may help to strengthen his machine As smatter of fact the name of no man should add any weight to a petition unless it be accom panied by reason that call for clemency It should be simply a question of the merits of the particular case and not of the personal wishes of any petition ef whatever j Those temperance people who voted for Willson and the Re publican ticket lust full because t they doubted the avowed tgrn perace reform advocated by Gov Becjtham and the Democratic party may now feel likekicking themselves Wilkon has denied them an extra eessioh of the Leg islature to pass local option meas wes Last week tho AntiSaloon jjeasue nf it8ahnunl meeting in- LktlFwilr iixiuil Wills n to de i J J 41 Ifj1 + t JIo fy J 1r T liver an address to that body This Wttlson flatly refused todo They may now I from experience brand him an enemy to the tern prance cause It is a pity for the cause to suffer because the leaders sold it outto the Republican party and indirectly to the whiskey trust itself Mill John iof Omaha Ne braska has addressed an open letter to President Roosevelt in which after stating that she has twentyfive children she asks the President to please advise her where her husband can get work us he has no employment and the children are suffering President Roosevelt ought to bo delighted No race suicide here As to the jobless father that is another proposition Roosevelt and the system of getting large crops of wageslaves tb produce wealth for the masters is alhightbut when it comeg to providing work for them at living wages that is different JYith that they have nothing to do The slaveg must shift for thetnsolvespeople of Kentucky will be glad to know that the ordeal is over and that Taylor and etc will be set free by their close bosom friendAugustus E Will son Setting these mon free was no doubt in his heart the first official act and purpose of his soul Delay has pplybeen suf fered in an endeavor tosham e nough unthinkingDeiuo ratstbat- he might be given another office 1i Salary grabbers are again in vogue in Washington says an ex change Men who desire 100 000 a year to Jive on think Malt two dollars a day is enough for a wording man iAnd many ofthe working men think so too for they voted for the hundred thousand dollar chap It sCemseasy to satisfy both parties 1 From thejnnaneUvors wo be lieve tho Republicans are aiming to put outa piece ticket this fall and try to slip up on the blind side of some Democratic voters and get into office again one or more of their number but in this they will be deceived A burn ed child dreads the fire 1 j Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cut IFt J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Ceeney for the last 15 years and believer him perfectly honora ble in allbu8ine Transactions and financially able to carry out any obligotions made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggistsTake Family Pills for constitution SEEDSilSttleaS8 I r SPECIAL OFFER v lltlitltld K BiiUiuu A trial trffl maurOQ our peroeal ouawmer j Ifrtze hI1CCNe11ILala It retltaea 7auWy t 141 1I USIN p 4wrIil viuirneheUU DAKAMTE D TO FLKAtE Write today Mention thta Ptftr SEND 10 CENTS hrowee rhla to1 1e- eoUeetIoa ra podlOfIt will d- LtraYr PIP Deel aW Wahel ltr wuIet1teo4ePIaa Ne I mWt HfOMf lass euGE1Egtlkli ti1- u r The Senata ofjthe Indiana Leg islature has pwwojd thc Qtiarantee sitb l the orr of- theNationalbbomocratio ptlat form last faiitT t Pr6 v del a tax onehaltof pne per cent on all deposits in t l9 banks which must bq1 held ibyjthe state as re serve to pay depositors in full of any bank that fails National banks are noticed unless they come under ctionwlth- their ownvolitionThisDem cratio Legislature of Indiana seems tobcfh real De mocracy into the aff9irs of that state 1 The premium on dishonesty are money and sorrowuoo ladigestfoa Ends yYouthingyour stom ach craves without fear of a case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your fond will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will Occasionally take a llttleDiapepsin after eating Your meals will taste good j and anything y1JeatiwiU be digested nothing n lei1ntor turn into acid or poiso uTor stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness ii feeling of fullness after eatiiig Nausea Indigestion like a lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heartburn Watjr brash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms Headaches fromtho stomach are absolutely unknown where tills ef fective remeIyisnieed Diapepsin really doesalhthework of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stoai bcnt Each triangule will digest all thefood you van eat and weave nothing to ferment or soartt I Get a large 50ecnt casevof Papas Diapepain ffomlr eurdraggistHud slkrt tkfng today nd byr tonloiv rowyou will about jour healthy I iJrii8tomacih fbr you then canVe fc any everything you want without the slightest discomfort or miser and every particle of impurity tad jill that is itsgoer Btomach sncTintee tines illgoingto b fcarHed Avffry without the use of laxative or any othtr assistance FRUIT a PR1f TAP m Q fi LJtf 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fEXPENIEMCE 0 n4TnAIcMAlxtpION COP1fl1IIHT C 481ft oendlq 1reteb au4 IMIoI1 11I1I1i1oouoeiWtM oonedeo on- epItru dele yenoyf PMant4 aoh 1II11DD uuItIwlAt laUte M 1 4t R DMmicaL AhaaAem4rlllhKeaedweekly jr oI Lon ueo loern J 0wrtoarmontha SOW I 1fF8ItWIjfrio Yc n t t t itox S J L d h I J1I4 i j k IdI I 1- i r oJ A jIN hi C p t N w tJHE TIMES 1 1 t I 1v 11kMADE PAl ER iff 1 THURSDAY Feb n I S VvtOOAL BREVITIES Ir Miss Qarrie Barnett is visiting relutivesin Olark county r Miss Kato Daniel is visiting c relative in Winchester this week 111 Mrs Ann E Barnett is visit- tog her daughter Mrs Mayme tJ VAllen K Vm Morton Sr of Bowen s transacting business in the vTi City Tuesday x r i Several of our citizens and j tradesmen attended court at Win Monday5Vr l Mrs Olemmie Rice a former resident of this city I has moved t from Mt Sterling to Texas ij v For SaleCottage of four rooms In business part of town Apply Civ at this office tr Miss Mollie Johnson is visiting hersistejr Mrs J H Burgher at Winchesterv Mrs Lewis 0 Lyle Vaughns Mill attended the funeral of her sister Mrs John Lee at Mt Sterling Moncjay Mr i N R Swope of- I La Monte MQM formerly of this city are the happy recipients of It new girl born last week Johnnie Wright and family and Tom Barnett left Monday v for Illinois where they will lo- CateV and engage in farming Eld J Wr McOalister ie now mated at Blairs Mill Morgan Be visited friends at 3 Virden from Saturday till Sun day v T r GroverWilliams of Nash C yule fenn is visiting his pa gents Mr and Mrs J D Will lams Grover is in poor health at present and looks very palo Elder J T Turpin has been called to time pastorate of Mace donut church in Montgomery county and preached his first sermons there Sa tardilY and Sun day Elder Albert Easter wont last Pollyleightyseven who had fallen and broken her hip Owing toher advanced age Mrs Scrivner is hardly expected to recover I Revolts at Cold Steel 7 + o 1onlyhpolsQld three dooterBtotMra Y EFisber De troit Mich suffering from severe tV rectal trouble lies in an opera tv ti noithen I used Dr Kings New Life PiUs It she writes till wholly onredrbey prevant Ap ray oltis cure Constipation c r Headache 25p at all druggists The heavy rains Tuesday and Jt Tuesday nght has caused us to have a lngitidQdn the jriver and + V it spread over a good portion of 1vUlQbottom lands It rose so fast Tuesday hphtniahy thought it l breakingtide4t+ gtOIl t tit fitoTthreedoetpraj vagTcept in bed i for fve weeks Blood poison from aiflpiderB bite paused large deep reores tOICOV erhlsllJgThudoctrs jiaiied then Buckjerig Arnica b Y yl11ve completelyvQured me writes k J h a of Bosqueville 1AdhrIezForyeczema boilsburdaand 4gllesltesupreme 25o at all drug 1 j r rt i j 1p fiyz A yr 9 ij M r q j II ti fJ1p r r I Elder Alber Easter visited his daughter rrsJ A W lerstat Ford Monday and Tuesday The Secret of Long Liter A French scientist has discover ed one secret of long life Ills method dealswith the blood But longago millions of Americans had nittersprolongsiff purifier enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life Tor months writes W M Sher man of Gushing MeIbnt Elec eric Bitters cured me entirely Only fiOc at all drug stores Christian Endeavor Program for the Christian En deavor Society sheeting Sunday evening February 28th 1009 TopicPresentday Pioneers Homo Mission- sLenderEtltel Johnson Sower and Seed Matt 1889 Edmon Burg ler- AMissionary Call Jer 1410 Shelby Martin A Missionary Message Isaia- h4b411Bennie Rich The Missionarys Strength Efeek 411Edna Earnest Achieving Impossibilities E zek 37Lucy Daniel Missionary Hardships 2ndTom 217Geneva Adams Presentday Pioneers Eccl 1114 Graqe Shimfesjel Father DuncanNora Rich Homo Misssions in Central A mericaThos Rose Mission work in Old Mexico Carl Garrett Acts 282020Shelby Burgher Isaiah 84 lBetsy Johnson OrganistNora Rich i Those who have not paid their dues please come prepared to do so t Soldier talks Death Plot tIe med to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted stubborn cold he rlteHtbat devel oped a cough that stuck tome in spite of all remedlesfor years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then t began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completly I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhage Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled 50c and 81 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists M M 1f Q 1PwtWMraa4aGl h y DeaWrnre Wells Mrs DahWells died on Hard wicks OreefcijWednesday burial yardtierbyJamesthis county VG W of Olark county and Mesdames P D Todd and J W Lyle of this county VJ PrlnftBy Request Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doseafter meals and at bedtimei Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce j Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces A local druggist is the authority that these simple harinjess ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home lrugssL The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthenthe clogged and in Back ache Bladder weakpess and Uri nary trouble of all kinds if taken before the btage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sediment id regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weakness Everyma or woman here who kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy manner should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial asit said to do wonders for many persons Notice to Trespassers All are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden by the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no tire B B HUTSON i CAPITAL iiOOl 810OOOO SURPLUS AND UN- DIVYDEDPROFITS 1OOOOO Ta f- lWINCHESTER BANK or WIJTCHSTBR Kr t- NlIourWJrJIBRSPOQN PRES xR SPHAR OASUIBR+ r YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED r 9 JB F BERRY I Undertake J S Keeps a Fill Supply of- T at Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits Y A Also can tarnlsb Howe Made Cot fins to OtTlcr en Short Notice I When Desired West JJendII Ky ISI i ee ++ +1 i JPHADPPINWatchmar i tandJeweler i All Kinds of Watch and Clock t Repairing OH Short Notice and- ReasonabloTe r y SATISFACTION flUARANTEED Use of Jewelry 4 Spectacles Call fuiNtl tae ta the Red Rlyre B ieg4t CLAY CITY UC oor + KENTUCKY i tt irl r of 1 fL I r t giP oc Taylor and Etc Now Want Pardons Caleb Powers has filed formal application for pardons of W S Taylor Oharles Finley and John Powers signed by many per sons It is understood that Will son will not make a thorough in vestigation of the merits of these cases as ho is thoroughly conver sant with the merits of the cases connectingevidence ard trials These pardons are expected daily A man in Harrison county ran into a clothes line badly up his neck and face cuttingI ing out five of his teeth operation became necessary and half of the upper jaw bone was removed BOARD CHARLES The Contest In the old time contest Sfnhton Monday night the ten dollar prize was ten Hiley this city being the best man with bow Y Bow was second prize of Squire Wm won the for the oldest fiddler in the contest Dr Knox had the oldest fiddle secured the premium allowed for such The fiddle was 277 yeas oldLOSTWhite and light brown answcrII09 810 00 Reward rciuined to- W I CourtneyClay City Ky +++ I I I + ++ +++Ho++ r+ r+N s i +++ r+ r++++++44+++++++ p+++ 1 1- I WEEKLY- COURIERJUURNAL II HENRY WATTEHSON Editor Ja National Newspaper w Democratic politicsill It prints all the news without fear favor tHgulnr price 100 a year but you can s + WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL andITHE CLAY CITY TIMES I Both jIfyou IIPernot+tot +t++++++++44+++++++ ++++ ++ + + + ++++ 0 of Dally CourierJournal a Year 600 fSunday CourierJournal a Year aoo We can give you a combination cut rate Dai ly or Sunday you will write this paper il Us444+4++++++ +++++ ++++ + ++3 f++ ++ A++ ++ J + 1 + + + + + + + +1 iiB CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY y Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts Corporations Firms and Individuals cepted the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually Savings Deposits OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY J p ADKINSON SCOTT J Cox Wumv Fiddlers fiddlers at awarded to of SB 0 en awarded 5 Townsend premium A T present and if II in or is t 4+ on if pq 4 + ac on on F A T OFFICERS M H COURTNEY Pres CHAS SCOTT Vice Pres A T WiiiTT Cashier + IIIr i TTfi rr CV rTTi YT1I IF A L 0S0N I tThe Hiondinpr Insiirnnoo Atcn1HIof Eastern Jioiituolcyj- i + r v rte 1lRepresented Over 200000000 t 1 ti h r t Every oneVwnoknojra nytbjng about insurance know Ithey in i a- M t ot of CuI + t + Iuf O 4 i I u c I J i f1 t We Buy FURSHides and Weel F Uien TuKmBHwut CinJtng Colden Sa1YefowRoot May Apple WUd Ginger eta We are dealers urttEAed in 1856Ortr ball a century in LouimBV bd can do better for you tbui iffrnti ft rnnmitrfttii mttTrif ntt Reference oar facile T rarhtflf Writs tot weekly pike list and 1praa tan Mi Sabel A tons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Some men are cautions by na ture aril some because the mule kickedthemFor Sale One second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this otllce We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans trutn at riuy City is ready for the orphan jirls in the mountains liisalarge three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City Ibis owned by the Souiety of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the MJJPS of five and thirteen will be re 1 rpved if eligible We hope to take the boys later Before they nee sent we want to know the newel age health character etc rte Only those who have neither father or mother will be ncieved at present Wo reqnept all those who have any such children to write to S Dr Edward 0 GuTrant Wiltnore Kv Also will thank all ministers and county officers to give informa tion as to any such children The home will clothe educateand care for the children for Hia sake loves them There is not a bette- home In Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant 1 Wit more Ky kPBOFSSSTONAL CARDS RAIRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON OLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M Dt PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I IQCWELCI1 Law CANTON KENTUCKY General Practice la all Courts of the Commonwealth iAND KingsNew I IFOfIoUGHS Tr1af IPnICE AND ALL THROAT AND LUJJG TROUBLES OVAJtANTEED SATISFAOTO1- On XONEY REFUNDED 1 TM Great ia 1Qea t IMJ SesnesW1 y dysctterjri IU vc lcco I meat of tyPhoidcr Same wordVr- reA dt5 in all part of the world iJ It WORKS LIKE H tGlv prv R ar Prlee 2O cents box jiMgoodeuo to g t It fer you tend direct to e j THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY 0PCo K Y U Sr A l i t It FOR A LIMITED TIME I YOIT OAN GIST THE Louisville TimesRegular Price 3 00 a Year AND THE Y Clay City Times BOTH I YEAR FOR 3OQ The Louisville Tunes is the Belt Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has tho best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky fieldperfectly Covers the general news field com pletely Has the best and fullest mrirket reports 1 Democratic in politics but fair to everybody f Send Ybur Sub ription RightAway to this paper not to The Lou jevill Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at anytime so get in now This rate is good only fur mail subscrip tions and we cannotaccept or der for The Louisville Times where that paper has a regu leer agent who turiehes pa pre by the month TWO PAPERS FOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF ONE I IVery SeriousI- tia a very serious matter to ask therwrong one you reason we urge you ia buyteg to be careful to get the genutee rfWrtBUCK I L1rI HcUiec s bttIIIi eW sUa ble medicine for constlpmtloa la troub1eIamly established not other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fc arretsaleSOLD IN TOWN Fa I 1- e909 11 I I IIMO lYeRq I SPECIAL PRICEON r It tlArete is gist nlouIhi fie Stilt thc geilN i li ne not- put thfsir hat oh wta W1ulti like to knOVwWL itiKissing is condeinne ttjtmithe rduud thnt disease lurkkiss and in the matter offqod we must not oat the succtiiout lettuce or other raw vegataUlos because in sidious germs c multi tudes upon tl hfiurfa e But the cruelest mawls ivcu the oldpal Ibucketout of which our their thirst anSjftniich poets Nape glorified Tbstillsurvives in ma ny a yell butrhn henceforth let no one wlirtaleahis life drink from square inch of its meS Tcovered sides millions of gerhjepiQurish But thou who w if all the poetry as ijgih0 prose is taken out of life HhcdentalIy one wonders thatriuwofbutfprefath ers lived to 2acli t enold age We trust ourjujwcrlbers allwoh are in arrears UKfcH and settle what they owe e postal lav unreservedly requlrti that subscrip tions must be plifdpfn advance and at least cannot railed after one years delinqueHcy Ve dislike to subldislike to disobey heMaw which puts us iu a 61 lice that Can be so enaily remtidyrallpaping up Please do thmj i1 WANTEDpan or woman on every tq representus soliciting newAAM retfeWal Sub ecriptlons on aihamlesionbasis We are makl tie beet offers atfA j fj veryliberalInlU rice eolf BfiSfrillt trees getts or i laaifriual route- cdfrlera ar retl ALWrite lnil rtlju Jars toelay A good profitable bus ness can be tstatflntied with the proper effort If jttereeted writs to daytoTheCINCINNATI POST ClrculationDept JCfScihHaU 0 RIEDLING PIANOSembody everY detail thilt can poe veryhighestthey d Utonish tfcoee enttojudge ofPiano valve JI on a lano means higtskardedcre suIts in tone r arid case design Send fonoataloguo and name arid of ottraeeat In pour vicinity 4 A L MEBum PWIO CB NslwMl KHM ss 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PRO ERITY II REAb tu4t1Eutttiug Saet tEVEBT TBUE KENTOCXIAN SHOULD HAVE A con THW PUNfW WAU AUAS FIGi K here are nine otijr maps of great v IRatno them a tke Ualiedi a The AUu Sand OrtraIte of the 1realdcnt8 Use Rulers oa efasvkhCoats of Arm Hltterleal ronSlrS of KnWr Kirln FIOM V 1 j Statistics of the Panama Canal Gteat Lakee ty IlawaiUn bland Porto I thoewhoannotget 1e FveatagPeatdeuver the Atlai or tbeAMaS at THE WALL ATLAS THE EVENHMPMT P ry ataas I IfMItIAIE H AtlastoOF P7aaEngraved lathesThetheOnlmalpofall tI80A PreiUnveteVttie Xctackyite8andtramCoughtries Wachart lorIxxBeadTJTHEVENHM I i TO 1 Ii NItII WiTH JrAPER lfl t- JI r r lttp 1i t n r 1 3Jr i WeakWomel1frequently suffer great pain and misery during the 1 change of life It is atthis tinie that the beneficial teffect of taking Cardui ia most appreciated bjj liiose who find that it relieves their distressfj TAKE CARU UI r Jtrf rs t It Will Help Yourk= Mrs Lucinda 0 Hill of JFreeland 0 writes a r Before I began to take Cardui X suffered so baclly I was afraid to lie down at night After 1 began to jtake it X feltbetter in Week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change i of life has nearly left me Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES i k 81J 1 T tRY OF L E TIplE TflSLE r f EastBound WestBoundm 11 No2Dally Ptf 2253O5 320 334 3 6ft 358 05 414 430 435 Hi15lO G 05 B10 No4Daily A 735 813 820 842 902unu 915 022 938f43 950 iQt7 1115 ilSQ Stations Lexington Winchester 1 Li E Jrinctibn Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stanfon v Roselyn y Filson Camptoa jjnnctlon Natural Bridgef Torrentt BeattyvilleJotO tidnff y csonr v 0 SunI A N 9 5 912 900s 8 2- 5SJ 809 1n03it 745 730 701 6561Q I N3Daily t P Mt5 507 453 435 4t2ti 420 l14 357 355 341 320 2 125 220 I Sunday o 6 y I t A Mf 0 ho5 084 120 902 8M 848 842- a 8 i28 126r 8154tn 7OOA 1 1 TheFollowing CONNECTIONS are made DallyExeept Sunday L E JaBCtlon Noll and 3willcorinectwlth th 04O Kall 7tt way fAr Mt Sterling Ky j Campton Junctioq No lJ23 aid 14willconaaet ayltlt the MoUtt ptcnVTCyBeattyvilie r f Way Beattyvilie Ky 0d K Junction NOB 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 Jt Rail way for Cannel City Ky amid way stations V BREEQESS RHEUMATIC CURE a snot a cureall but a guarantod core for Rheumatism both inflammatory and a poeRivoguarantee t hadfailedI I the people leading druggists merchants and physicians alsosomoof theleedlnj j drug manufacturers of this country These men of authority nil pronouns t Ire edens Rheumatic Cure perfect as a preparation care bopl8de and as t 1 no L1FOR v 1 prepar atlon write direct tous x BRCCDCN MEDIOINC CO IneOhaUno i T4nnu t iio I L r xvu t and Decay are two of the worst a calM ofXooi ing and those who conteth elatebuildiflgahotild have tWe j protection that f 1M AS3ESTOS ROOFING 1 allords It b proof agnimfboth because jjt is construct c 1 j cd of Asbcatosttnd Asphalt both minerals yet the cl kinJ thiit cannot rust or decay Besides it 8ia quality peculiarly itsown It requires no costing rlrzrY esead you samples andprlces T 0 11tlTro Johns ManviUe Coe S llevttrland 0 V BLDDPlJiRIFilERA Speedy ndafe Remedy for allAa- w IfIIe SkiIIIoo 3l Restores VdaIItyRenews StrengthrCleaneeo and Enriches the Wed Aril t ri V j eapecklly remedy for Bolls Carbuncles Erysipelas TumonjCauBSfoiif1 1 o Ip Ulcers Ingworm IdSre Stroful nsSccrdf JlumorsDJotckrlmplPllltu1e8 Salt Rheum and all diseases arWnr Dent a i Imputeh100d or lowcondltfefiof the system E ipe yrecoi8sM ded f fW v x tforage f8 aU IUle t o PRIOiE tME MtLARffER BOTTLE CM SALE tINIRIi1sil r1lI CVLLUSNJfjj Ri WWfc iiWrteU Wlf KsIiMal ifSi to ff I i j7 s jA- 3 r