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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r M I 1r J cLAYICTTY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help ClayCnjgjlke Surrounding Conntry and Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher VOL XIV CLAY CITY KY HURSDAY MARCH 4 J900 NO U Wo Advise Against Raising Tobacco I Some of our farmers are persuaded to put in crops of tobacco on their best lands Our advice is not to do it If present indi cation below do not fail there will be at least onethird more tobacco raised this year than ev 1 er beforer High prices have been realized on this tobacco only through the methods of the Wool and cutting out last yeas theneedbelieve it will be almost imprac ticable to succeed in pooling e nough to keep the price up We hope we are wrong but fear not Two Umbs Broken Mrs Hazelrigg mother of Clar ence Hazelrigg fell last Welt nesday night and broke a leiand arm She got up during the night to watch the rising waters which WitS in view of the housaand slip ped hnd fell Her limbs were set the next day and she is how doing reasonably well for one of her age I Her daughter Mrs Ed 0 ORear of Frankfort has been at her side since the accident TeereWllson Mr Jesse Teerse of Morehead and Miss Flora Wilson of this city were married at Richmond Sunday February 28tIMiss Wilson is a sister to Mrs E B McQlpne and has made her homer with her for some time She has niany friends in this city who ex tends congratulations A 50000 monumentln memo ry of President James A Gar field is proposed in a bill intro duced by Representative Lang ley of this district The meas r ure provides that the monument shall be erected on or near the Middle Creek battlefield in Floyd county Kentucky i Weirvebeen having a nice little touch of March weather since the month began J Arbor Day April 2nd has been fixed as Ar bor Day for Kentucky by Gov ernor Willson He urges all boys and gls of the state to at least plant one tree and make plans tO start many trees every succeeding year That may be good log ic in some counties but in Row ell there are already too wavy trees of some kinds suck as willows along creek banks and black jack and sourwood saplings where corn and grass should be growing We say cut out the brush and let the grass grow State Treasury Depleted A news item from Frankfort says With more than 800000 due on appropiations made by the last legislature and but 40000 in the State Treasury and with little prospect of additional revenue until the Sheriffs settlements are 7iade next fall the Treasury Department hero finds itself seri fStnteTreasurer that the payment of outstanding warrants for claims against the State wouldbe suspended temporarily Negro Resigns WD Grum the negro Col lector of Customs appointed each successive year for the past six years at Charleston S 0 by Rooseveltjpver tlio protests of all the whites of the state jhasre signed to take effect March 4th He says he w ants to go out with Roosevelt He probably took the hint given by Taft when he made a tour of the southa few weeks r since H C Warmouth has bought the stock of general merchan idiseof W N Rogers at Walters Vnio the invoice has been taken and Mr Warmouth now has two stores Bennett White is eon ducting the Waltersyill stored I I 1I JUST RECEIVED I r v New Line of Ladies Cloaks and Irapst Ii j s Newest Styles and Lowest Prices i CALL AND SEE THEMf 1 l i C SHIMFESSELf 1 1 t r Mr c lJ1 1 i JJ i F i M I 4r 4 1 j PorCHto Close Unless tWrjJScate pays a warrant for 2O U due for running expenses dufJJH the last three months th Kthtncky School for the Deaf a J1vllle wIll have to closoits ao f nd send back to their homecinc hundreds of boys and girl At present the- school istlat 3rtle not having a run and is una Centanvbiloney either by the warrants of e condition of affairs is rtious and those in forested in jhggchool are much worried Pjyjjneut of the war rant WAS because the State diJd ttve the money The school i States charitabiebi witutions TJtit py Farmer The hnppie nall in the lund today IS Ij MMccessful farmer He sits uitflerijup own vine and fig tree u11 ifrbed by the Iliad ileuing n i dttHInstile failxttqds go into time Ilnllde lit re vets booming towns riness9stagniitesBut finger at rlJwthingsHeiB the monarch6f1u e surveys on his broad acres nd the honesty of his boys aha tjio runty of his girls is guardertagainst teinptav ivytigEliowomanbofid r w3 uer isktc bperlvlctl h A oDQtJ contented with his lot Jia is lacking in wisdom Big Tobacco Cnjps In Montgomery The report comes from Montgomery co nfvthilt there will be l 1000 more acres put into tobacco in that county than any previous year illUUf countys history The farmers wjlHdepond largely on the mountains fortho neces sary labor ain Etthe timber interests in this seqtion lies some what dormant Carpenters are busy erecting largo tobacco barns to house the hinge crops this fall Delaying Decision Every few days we see some thing in the Court of Appeals records about oii local option e lection fi conf ltinwhichono or the other side has been given thirty days tofile brief and obi jections and etc by appellee or appellant Waro getting tired of so long delay and wish the court would wake up and pass on it one way or the other Henry Watson Gonaral Man ager the local telephone exchange was over fronvjMtl Sterling the last of the week and found bus mess of the telephone in fine shape and grantedan increase in salary to Alii Maude Fletcher the efficient pxchango girl whoso richly doserve 0 S Harding formerly Assist ant Cashier ci Clay National Bank lineorganized the First State Bank of Altoona Ala and he Js Cashier Mr Hardin IS ano gentleman u splendid banker We commend him to the gocldpeoploof Altoo na I Delbert O11ii replier of Spout Spring has r Mntly located at- Ngrmal 4- d lS w a a cr Nothing Better than Work Recently a man wrote to a New York paper saying that he was a little more than fifty years of age and hhvin worked all of his toIand was now trying to make him self happy with nothing to do he passed five hours a day in readingsthree hours in exercise eating left him eight hours which he found it hard to dispose of His letter was in the nature of a lament His bubble had burst What he had dream ed of being able to do all his life had come true and was an empty vanity Foolish man I The in dependence that money brings with it is the least of all our in dependencies The Farmers Institute at E lizabethtown lust week turned out into a political powwow in which the Republicans had pre pared to and did steal a march on the meeting Fred Blackburn of this county defeated Tom Big gerstalF of Montgomery county from this district These insti tutes by law rhould be nonpar tianbut Republicans makes everything political where they can inn officeiProfM P Tracy began a subscription school at Waltersvillo February 15 with a good attendance HC also has nono day week school at school House every 1turdayI Mrs NhCyRntcliflejvingin Lincoln county near McKinney Station died at the age of 105 years Before the days of railroad trains she made two trips on foot to Missouri D M Henry of Louisville tins been lucre for a few days to see his father A Henry of Hardwicks Creek Mr Henry is some better at this time it is thought Cotmack on Kentucky Senator E W Carmack who was killed by Robin Cooper at Nashville Tenn last November and who had a national fume as writer and editor once paid the following tribute to Kentucky being raised near the line between this State find Tennessee The state of Kentucky has had a strange eventful history It has veered between the early colonial iliad and the nineteenth century jag It is the home of soaring metaphor and sour mush It haa known war and it has been acquainted with peace It is re sponsible for Uncle Toms Cab in and the long procession of Little Evas It is the teeming mother of beautiful women and the nurse of warlike men Its history has been decorated with the mountain vendetta the live ly and deadly fair the toll gate rebellion and others too numer ous to mention It is the state where preachers who do not be lieve in hell are razed into a bet ter frame of mind It is the com monwealth that gave Abraham Lincoln and Jeflerson Davis to the nation and it is responsible for Mary Anderson Henry ii at terson Hex Lung Wat Hardin Pottsey Grubs and many others that have sent their visiting cards into the temple of fame It has seen life in all its phases and though it has had some pretty hard knocks it has taken its medicine as Jack 01jinnrakeB his liquor straight and without batting an eye The highway bridge which was washed oil its piers at Bowen by the high waters last week we are informed will be put back at once and raised five feet higher The Champion Bridge Company of Wilmington Ohio has the contract IIMILLINERY ATC3ST And Less During thety month o February Want Nothing Carried Over COME AND SIDE M- EMrsWNMUSII L r rP w Ii 4 t tiS I L Y- n r- r t v t i l JIQ EftZtUL t I CITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay CitjvJne Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher 1ublishcr t VOL XIV CLAW CITY KY THURSDAY MARCH 4 J909 NO U We Advise Against Raising Tobacco I Some of our f mners are per I suaded to put in crops of tobacco on their best lands Our advice is n ttodo it If present indi cation beJow do not fail there will be at least onethird more tobacco raised this year than ev 1 er beforer High prices have been realized on this tobacco only through the methods of the fiooland cutting out last yeas theweedtfclieve it will be almost imprac ticable to succeed in pooling e tiough to keep the prico up We hope we are wrong but fear not Two Limbs Broken Mrs flaselrigg mother of Clar ence Hazelrigg fell last Well nesday night and broke a leiand arm She got up during the night to watch the rising waters which was in view of the hOl1s and slip ped hud fell Her limbs were set the next day and she is how doing reasonably well for one of her age Her daughter Mrs Ed 0 ORear of Frankfort has been at her side since the accident TeeweWIIson Mr JessoTeerse of Morehead and Miss Flora Wilson of this cily were married at Richmond Sunday February 28th Miss Wilson is a sister to Mrs E B McGlcme and has made her home with her for some time She bus iiiany friends in this city who ex tends congratulations A 50000 monumcntln memo ry of President James A Gar field is proposed in a bill intro duced by Representative Lang ley of this district The meas p are provides that the monument shall be erected on or near the Middle Greek battlefield in Floyd county Kentucky Welaavebeou having a nice little touch of March weather since the month began Arbor Day IIApril 2nd hits been fixed as Ar for Kentucky by Gov= ernor Willson He urges all boys and gills of the state to at least plant one tree and make plans to start many trees every succeeding year That may be good log ic in some counties but in tow ell there are already too rpany trees of some kinds suck as willows along creek banks and black jack and sourwood saplings where corn and grass should be growing We say cut out the brushand let the grass grow State Treasury Depleted A news item from Frankfort says With more than 800000 due on appropiations made by the last legislature and but 40000 in the State Treasury and with little prospect of additional revenue until the Sheriffs settlements are made next fall the Treasury Department here finds itself seri ously embarrassed and JState Treasurer Farley has announced that the payment of outstanding warrants for claims against the State wouldbe suspended tempo rarily Negro Resigns WAD Grum the negro Col lector of Customs appointed each successive year for the past six years at Oharlestoli 8 0 tyy Ro9s clt 9v r tlio protests of all thewhttesof the state haqrer signed to take effect March 4th He says he pants to go out with Roosevelt He probably took the hint given by Taft when he made a tour of the southa few weeks since H 0 Warmouth has ought the stock of general merchan dise of W N Ropers at Walters villa the invoice has been taken and Mr Warmouth now has two- stores Bennett White is con ducting the Waltersvill store 01 rrvwrwvwrvivrw + wi wtivvrvwriwrvrwtiw i1 JUST RECEIVED New Lire of Ladies f Cloaks and Wr ps 1 J L I I lAvo ff t Newest Styles and Lowest Prices 1 k CALL AND SEE THEM is l l C SHIMFESSEL 1 L jI 1 t J c J I 4 Rr s Ar 1 aMVMM I Forced to Close ifnless ate pays a arrant for 2yBli duo for running expenses the last three months thj JKfchtucky School for the Deaf a villa will have to close its doors nd send back to their homes Mme hundreds of boys and gitl At present the school istla1Y e not having a cent on whicnuo run and is una ble to raise oney either by borrowinRo o the warrants of the State IcTMe condition of affairs is fiery MRious and those Ill forested in thftfschool are much worried YjMpment of the war rant was e because the State the money The din s diJrtlve the States py Farmer The hpjne anion in the lund today is iiliceCsful farmer llo sitfi c IF own vine and fig tree ti ifrLe by the mad hulling micii9ttho grt to city Banks fnily rlt rOIt1s go into the nands of receRersbooniing towns collapse ioess stagnates But the V 7rIel can snap his finger at tlfeMstningsHeis the monatcln surveys on liis broad acrce nd the horlesty of his bbysanq fjie purity of his girls is guwtije fagainst Jeinpta tins and1irf tm he i8 the country itslestmanhoodaiidra womanhood leeJvic Cdrn tented with his lot Jia is lacking in wisdom Big Tobacco Crops In Montgomery The report comes from Montgomery countythat there will be 1000 more ndrqs put into tobacco in that county than any previous year in time tepuntys history The farmers depend largely on the mounta1nefor the neces sary labor since the timber interests in this seqtion lies some what dormant Carpenters are busy erecting ldego tobacco barns to house the huge crops this fall Delaying a Decision Every few lays wo see something in the Courtof Appeals electionthe other side has been given thirty days to file brief and ob jections and etc by appellee or appellant We are getting tired of so long delay and wish the court would Wake up and pass on it one way or tile otherV Henry Watson General Man ager the local hangefillwas over from last of the week and found bus mess of the telephone in fine shape and grnutedan increase Fletchertherichly deserves 0 S Hardimi formerly Assist ant Cashier olihoOlav Na tional Bank niaorganized the First State Bankof Altoona Ala and heist Cashier Mr Hardin is aTfirio gentleman u splendid backer We commend him to the gp Lipeople of Altoo nu Delbert OhrUfopher of Spout Spring has IY locatedat Normal Illinois it t 1 2 t Nothing Better than Work Recently a man wrote to a New York paper saying that he was a little more than fifty years of age and hiving worked all of his toIand was now trying to make him self happy with nothing to do he passed five hours a day in readingsthree hours in exercise eating left him eight hours which he found it hard to dispose of His letter was in the nature of a lament His nibble had burst What he had dream ed of being able to do all his life had come true and was an empty vanity Foolish man I The in dependence that money brings with it is the least of all our in dependencies The Farmers Institute at E lizabethtown last week turned out into a political powwow in which the Republicans had pre pared to and did steal a march on the meeting Fred Blackburn of this county defeated Tom Big gerstaff of Montgomery county from this district These insti tutes by law should be nonpar- tiPanbut Republicans makes ever thing political where they can win anoflice Prof lti P Tracy began a sub scription school at Waltersvillo February 15 with a good attend ance He also has 11one day week school at Pompeii school House every Saturday Mrs NrtcyRntclifloejvingin Lincoln county near McKinney Station died at the age of 10 years Before the days of railroad trains she made two trips on foot to Missouri D M Henry of Louisville Iras been here for a few days to see his father A Henry of Hardwicks Creek Mr Henry is some better at this time it is thought Carmack on Kentucky Senator E W Carmack who was killed by Robin Cooper at Nashville Tenn last November and who had a national fume as writer and editor once paid the following tribute to Kentucky being raised near the line between this State find Tennessee uThe state of Kentucky has had a strange eventful history It has veered between the early colonial iliad and the nineteenth century jag It is the home of soaring metaphor and sour mash It has known war and it has been acquainted with peace It is responsible for Uncle Toms Cab in and the long procession of Little Evas It is the teeming mother of beautiful women and the nurse of warlike men Its history has been decorated with the mountain vendetta the live ly and deadly fair the toll gate rebellion and others too numer ous to mention It is the state where preachers who do not be lieve in hell are razed into a bet ter frame of mind It is the com monwealth that gave Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis to the natidli and it is responsible for Mary Anderson Henry 11 at terson Hez Lung Wat Hurdin Pottsey Grubs and many others that have sent their visiting cards into the temple of fame It has seen life in all its phases and though it has had some pret ty hard knocks it has talon its medicine as Jack Oliinn takes his liquor straight and without butting an eye The highway bridge which was washed off its piers at Bowen by the high waters last week wear informed will be put back at once and raised five feet higher The Olampion Bridge Company of Wilmington Qhio has the contract L IJ a Allolmyft WINTER I MILLINERY 1 Its I And Less During the- Y month o February t I Want Nothing Carried Over I COME AND SEE ME j Mrs W N BUSH 4 i TfiH TIMS PUDLISUJCD SVSar TnURSDAT J E burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass malt matter Thursday Mel 4 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 1 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Yet We take Courage I John Junken an Iowa negro together with some other negro toughs have it seems been car rying on a secret systematic plan of assaults and murders upon in nocent white girls at Ottumwa The negroes and whites attend the same school in Iowa In Pittsburg Pa a few weeks ago at one time there were over 1000 negroes in the jails of that city at one time for assault on white girls Evey jail cell was full other nergo criminals had to be guarded The whites must attend schools with the blacks in Pennsylvania too Both states are of course under Republican rule The cityof Pittsburg has changed now however and is Democratic Do you blame the people of Pittsburg for ranking a change K appointednMadisonville and on a route where there are but two negro patrons and more than one bun tired white families The white patrons leave gentlemanly and kindly petitioned the government to rescind the appointment If the Postmaster General refuses to grant the request of these white people he is no gentleman and another outrage will have been perpetrated on tire virtues of a Southern community We dont think this is right and that is one reason why we are a Democrat The state of Kansas was com pelled to grant separate schools in one city because of a contin ual clash between the races S When the Republican Governor signed the bill for this bit of special legislation he said it was a step backward but remarked in that case he guessed it was best We guess so too and pity the children who are forced to attend mixed schools Today is inauguration day and we guess it is now President Tuft President Taft is known as an advocate of white supremacy I and wo trust lie has the cour age to stand by his true correct and honest convictions President Taft before he over sought political preferment is credited with saying tim worst mistake this country ever made was when it enfranchised the negro This iswhy we were for Taft getting the Republican nomination last Spring and he has assured the South along these lines We do trust and believe ho will not en tertain and eat with negroes in the White House like Teddy did thereby disgracing the whole country On this question Taft ill nildfroin hisjinrfy but we are li I1111- t f iI t a r Powell County vs the Government There are flue free highway bridges across Red river in Powell county all contracted for and built by Democratic officials These five bridges have not cost altogether 12000 or hardly an average of 2500 each Congress man Langley wants Congress to appropriate and spend 10000 to build a bridge across the same Red river at Vienna where slack water from Kentucky river cuts out the ford Then had Langley our brilliant young Republican Congressman built our bridges in Powell he would have wanted no less than 50000 to do the job Who can have the brass to throw up graft in the Powell county fiscal affairs Here is a sample of the difference between what it takes to run the same thing under a Republican rule and un der Democratic rule Wo wonder howLangley is going to manage to spend that 10000 on that bridge We know there is no graft but well we cant help wonder Wont Embrrrss Governor The AntiSaloon League Com mittee will not seriously embar rass GoV Willsot when they present their petitions for an extra session It is true Willson pasI ed as the only true temperance disciple when he was a candi date and professed to be with them heart and soulas Bradley did but Willeon is elected now and has no further political prospects He did nothing to help the AntiSaloon League during the regular session of the Legis lature will again refuse to call an extra session and is no more with them than Bradley was when he was elected Jjy the whis key combination to the United atlFrankfortwho elected him But the Anti Saloon League were fur both Willson an Bradley and helped to defeat those who were their only friends The Anti Saloon League are a brilliant bun h Owensboro Messenger Editor J li Blackburn requests the Times to state that he has no malice or political prejudice against any of the Democratic nominees He says hit articles in the Stanton Citizen are for the sole purpose of giving his readers the information he thinks they should have Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portiun of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless tie infhroation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normalcondition bearing will be destroyed forever nine cases oatof ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfacesWe give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness cans ed by catarrh that cannot be cur ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars fee F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 7j5c Take Halls Family Pills for con Btpation x Eor Sale =Cottage of four rooms Tn busyness part of town Apply at thisofHce Stomach i Distress Every here ought to keep some Diapepsinufjithe house as any one you may an attack of Indigestion orStbmach trouble at any time day el This harmless preparation will digest anything i1 eat andover come a sour Stomach five minutes afterwardsI t If your meals dont tempt youI or what llttlb you ifO eat fill you oraysJlkea lump of lead in haveJheartburn thataea sign of Indi yAsk for a 50 cent case of Papes DiapepsirTand take one triangiiJafter supper tonight wlHlbo no sour ris ing no belc1ih of undigested- food mixed withaeid no stomach gas or heartburnffullness or heavy feeling stomach Nausea DebilitatingHeadaches Dizziness or intestinal gripln This will all go and besld a ere will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your heath with nause oua odorsw is a certain cure forallstomachmisery because it will take hold of your food and digest it just tliesame as if your stomach wasnFtfiere Actual proiupWelief for all your stomach miseryirat your Pharma cist waiting foryou These large 5pcent cases contain more than itftctont to cure a case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion Qommon limed always brings aney prices r BLJlEEDS ISPJre C1ktS Mekeit+4 tkindareayte- e5aetZTufe7 Il aM Sbatvart- t QUARIThJpmlle d aU Writ toy Mention this Piper iTJ SEND 10 CENTSteeonep u4 pd1 a ti t11 bllsutrMrerNpgatUoiwdnd1 tollsh dbak Ye st31 4 hdy17W1f1 aL L WtkbG FRUIT 1iIC3 r 1 ORNbFIENTAL l TRJgS tf- Everythin fry Orchard Lawn Qarden FREE Catalogs have no Ag1i H F Sons ZEXINOToxt t 2 44 gKlnOO rtllusfrOmthepore i the g + ain atd rubbedin I that ordinary So dtdheoWef SKIDOO Liws offallifw dirt ISIS a new diacovi ryj BV nr an fytherPoapsorsensation to DM s1ii oadu exvcptlvnt ally good fur tiic lath g I TO THI HO CSWJFC J i lottsaw hnlitiIr 41i1i 0I briltaiKlyvUcii I i tat i zr4braHI i tofactl Inikordinary 5 1 SK1DOQV mwt than any other kind of Boap6fartjJj youAgreegrocer or drug Ut WIU iiM BilwI- IefIdJou one ran ifyou i6a wbleb 810wM MQ iCij Golwiwcalls r 0qi 01 i1 Every TimeYou I jJZ1 IR lsear j t l I YOULL THiNK OFOSIk t i tNow thats queer ian tit But Well make it plain to you 0o You gee March is the first month of Spring And ac rLcording to all the rules of the game it ought to be the 7 1r first month of Spring trade But it isnt always EspeoA i 7 I ially eoin the slower moving stores where things are nevi w x + er abustle until the customers make them Som timfis f t- Its G t April before some folks do any shoppingat all Now zi wo are going to try to change this Spring This March 7J Wejare going to start Spring trading off right on the first V day of this month You see you might as well do it how and get it off your mind early Besides you have tile t advantage of early Spring selectionsadvance showings + that have been coming to the store for some days pastvAnd then there is quite a good sprinkling of bargains i left from last winter T i The prices on these latter will be cut to the very bottom of possibility in order to run them out during the first fif 4 teen days of this month Coupons given on all Purchases r I J MRS 1 Jf 11T I 1 I 1 Wi imo C a City IUII1OKentucky The Whitest White Cake I Mr- The J Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit d r fjIAre undo Whop You UHO 4 4 Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour r Pi Take no Other Every Sack GuaranteedT i- I MANUFACTURED BY JA CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our teadiny Merchants i 1 r tONG DISTANCETLLEPIIUNES- Psi re Lines and Exchanges rTAIJ UlTH YOUR NEICHBOIU WOwePlroatnaN I tierce tnbio odpiWrit Tudai our Phone- Lam do- 1oN- ooma do- Wrn i M LcI Gt pII1bdon f Today COUNTRY COTTON ElhTr ApWKntu a- lkednjeetq MauelbWed MegbinNaliud eprrra 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Barnes of Furnace was transacting business in the city SaturdayrVaughn Wilson of Morehead t visited his sister Mrs E B McUlone Tuesday Mrs Wm 0 Martin and chil dren visited relatives at Uosslyn from Friday until Monday Mrs J W Williams has some interesting reading in her ad space this week Be sure and read it L J B Eaton has the contract to supply the necessary lumber for some tobacco brans in the bluegrass section J U Allen has returned from Kansas and Ooloruda where he has been on a business mission for several weeks Collegelwill give an entertainment at the Methodist church Friday night J A Wallace of Irvine was hero Friday and Saturday He was on his return homo from Mt Sterling where he had bought a fine saddle horse Toe Powell County Medical Association held a most interest ing session at Stanton Monday attendedt7The high water in Red river last week slightly damaged the t approach to the highway bridge oh this side of the river but not to s chan extent as to stop the travelWalter R Day was tried at Jackson last week on the charge of forging the name of his uncle Floyd Day to a note for 1000 and given one year in the peni t + tentiary sirs Lemon Howell nee Bid die Billings died at Knowlton Feb 18 Funeral at the Furnace Christian church Saturday Feb 20 by Eld J H Johnston after which burial in the churchyard l Kills Wouldbe Slayer Amerciless murderer If Appen dlcitis with many victims But Dr 1Kings New Life Pills kill it by e They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels prevent ing that clogging that itfvites ap- pendicitisr curing Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Head ache and Indigestion 25o at all druggiBts Beach Hargis has been given up by his bonsdmen and placed in jail at Irvine It seems that Bpach just cant be good and prdbablyhe needs pitying worse than censuring but he certainly is a character t 1at cannot be allowed his liberty f It Saved Ills Leg Ii 4 JAU IM lose leg writes J ArSwenROnaYatertoNn- Wis Ten years of eczema dint 1 15 doctors couldnot urejladat last laid me tap Tben BucklenB i Arnica Salve cured it sound ind- well1 Infallible for Skin Erup tione Ecz maSh Rheilm Boils Fevri8orgs Burns Scalds Cuts and PlIE 2otIIdrug stores tr S i7 r y t yr N S V1 1r Chris IueJlerone of the four Democratic members of the Gen eral Assembly last winter who Molted Beckham for United States Senate is dead I at Louis ville The Lurid Wow of Doom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Addams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baf fled Urn best doctors who said the poisoned blood had effected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters complete cured him Forly Eruptions Ec zema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by all Druggists Christian Endeavor Program for the Christian Endeavor Society meeting Sunday evening March 7th 1000 Topic Lifes Lessons for mo from the book of Psalms LeaderEdna Earnest HopeEthel Johnson The Lessons of Devotion Mrs William Martin The Lesson of PrayerMrs Cecil Williams The Lesson of Orderly Public Worship MolHe Johnson David the sweet Psalmist of Is realNora Rich My Confessional PS fit =Cecil Williams My Shepherd Psalms 28 Grace himfessel My War Song Ps 0816 Geo FletcherOur Psalms 461 Reese Shimfessel My King Ps KateHutchinson My Savior Psalms 22111 Carl Garrett My Home Pe 0112AM Burgher Benediction Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief anaa cure so perma nent that I hive not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond PatIt works won ders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrlppe Asthma croup Whooping Cough and Bronchial affections 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by all Druggists rr arSteel Web Picket Ftnci tICheaper Than Wood The Ibkect L tpriced good fiubatantial JaS n gail di fence built Write for bogand s DEKALB FENCE CO DeKaHyllL Kaaws City Me V a 1 A us to Print 7JSTo e worst forms of Rheumatisinjftlke u teaspoonful of thfffollowing n after each meal and at bedtime EFluidExtr Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon hue ounce Syrup Sarsaparilla threeounces r These can be ohrained from our home drug gists and areeasily mixed by shak ing them a bottle Relief is generally felt from the first few doses This preBctiptlon forces the clog gedup lm1clv 1i dneys to filter and strain from theblood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid which causes Rheumatism As Rheumatism is not only the most painful an torturous disease but dangerous life this simple recipe Will no doubt be greatly val ued by manylBuiTerers here at home who shouldat once prepare the mixture ttifget this relief It is said fiat a person who would take thl81 prescription regularly a dos o daily or even a faw times aweek wouldnever bave serious Kidney or Urinary die orders or Rheumatism Cut this OQtt and preserve it Good Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are scarce in deed and whenjSyou need it you ivant it dudly A thin pursejjjmakes a person feel slat Notice toTrespassers All persons aro hereby notified that all huntingand trespassing is forbidden byi the undersigned who will prose ute to the extent of the law nit persons violating this notice B B HUTSOK v r vrVz sE stns CAPITAL ST6OIC 6100000 SURPLUS AN ii UIVIDED PKOBTTS 100000 THE WINCHESTER BANK OyINcD8T ICY 4 0N Pnsw-a W K SrnAn 5 OASIIIEH YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLtOlTED 00000 I rB F BERR Y i Undertaker- S 01 a Keeps a Full sapply of Coffins Caskets Bu 2 If rial Roties and Suits S s Also can furnish Home Made Cot e c fins to Order on Short Notice i When Desired 0 West Bend c- YOOa0me0O 0 i Watchmaker1tti4 l + zed Jeweler All Kiads of Watch and I Repairing on Short ClockI ReiUe able TriM TION OUXRAWTBEp Line of Jewelry Spectacles Call and at the Red River Hotel flagtt I ctAYCITYj KENTUCKY i v TBTs t f I l J tC 10 uJ u Rule for Pruning Trees Hero are a few rules for prun ing fruit trees taken from the March Farm Journal Trim a little every year rather than much in any one year Peach trees require more pruning than most trees at least onehalf of the new growth should be remov ed each season Cherry trees require the least pruning mere ly cut out dead broden or crossed limbs Other trees need a judicious thinningout and some times cutting back If two branches interlock remove the smaller one Avoid cutting so as to leave stubs make neat cuts close to union paint all large wounds Be chary of cutting off large limbs if it must be done I OF M ADKINSON CHARLES saw on under side first partly through and then saw from a bove Prune now or in June Spring trimming induces wood trimming induces fruit growth Which do yon want Note on young trees you should want only wood growth until they are fully able to en dure the strain of fruit bearing It is no a man makes all he spends because he spends all he makes LOST White and light brown spotted setter Bird Dog answer call of Mike Last seen on street of Clay City Tuesday Feb 2nd 09 t1O 00 Reward if returned to W II CourtneyClay City Ky +0110 to to Jo 10 + t ++ to +H+++ OX + +ro 01 1001 + + +00 O + O + WEEKLY I COURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor ftIs a National Newspaper Democratic in poIWI Thet itTHE CLAY CITY TIMES 4 Both One Year For too il ti if yon will give or send your order to this pa tf t pernot to the Courier ournal 1tH 1 ++++ of 01 to + + lo +++ t++ +++ + i- +HHtH Daily CourierJournal a Year 600 tfSunday CourierJournal a Year 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Dai ly or Sunday if you will write this paper lIH tadt + ++++ +++++++++ofo++ l++ ++ uoJ ++++++ +++ ++ + of + + H+ B CLAY CITY NATIONAL 1 CLAY CITY BANK KENTUCKYII Capital Paid in Surplus and Profits Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department t 37b Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnuAlly on Savings Deposits BOARD DIRECTORS H COURTNEY J D SCOTT J F Cox A T WHITT growth June sign M H OFFICERS COURTNEY Pres ICnns SCOTT J VlcePres A T WHITT OaebierI jepqz eiw vr vscc fXNSUUE WITIlip ii AgontstTlio Loading Xiisititinoe of Eastern l y 200000000 i iOver f knowiEvery one who knows anything about insurance they are leaders in this line +H 4+M++++43ZV1 + i++fi+ + + + l0 + 4 Weluy FURSNudes and W0el + FathmTaUow5ewas CIaM Golden 3tWYelUwRcO MayAppU Will Ginger sic Were daleni nubUtd in 1856Ortf lull a center In LouunJt udcall do better for you tW agent or CfmnMna mad Reference am Balk LauiniIIe Writ for waklr prig lit ud iliniai tam Mi Sabel A fens 229 L Market St LOUISVILLE KY Many a man has paid a lawyer 5 and 10 for poorer advice than his wife would willingly lave given him for nothing For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this office We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans Ionia at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in the mountains It is a large three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by theSociety of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between tIll ages of five and thirteen will be received if eligible We hope to take the boys later Before they are sent we want to know the name age health character etc etc Only those who have neither father or mother will be recloved at present We request all those who have such children to write to- Ur Edward 0 Guerrant Wilmore Ky Also will thank all ministers y and county officers to give information as to any such children The Home will clothe educate andcart for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write ut once to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant Wilmore Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS vr R AIRVIN M D r PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSIOIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY R C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw TAISTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth M KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR cOUCHS OLD8 Trial PBICEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATISFAOXOB Ok MONEY REFUNDED The Bratf DiarAoea jCurescomplaintAsiatic ment of typhoid fart Sme wonderful results obtained in til piw of the world II WORKS LIKE acic Price SB cents per box Jostascare to get It tor yon send direct to THE ONTARIO CUE WAI COMPANY fJ joV Y USAt I SPOUT SPRING Mrs Belle Brugher visited rel atives in Clark county three days last week J D Hall hits bought the Def ry Barnett farm at this place from Marion McKinney Thos S M Kinney visited his son Marion McKinnoy at Lex ington from Saturday till Sunday JuFfersorvVille We are to have two new stores at our place Mrs Bettie Welch is suffering from rheumatism- Mr Richard Ficklin left Sat urday for Illinois Mr Jas Welch had a buyer for his farm last week Mr Oliver Ficklin visited kips folk at Paris recently Miss llyrtio Smith daughter of Wm Smith died Feb 17 Some of the farmers sustained quite a loss from the recent tide Master Arthur Ohase is visiting his grand mother Mrs Sarah Ohase Mr Win Martin who lane been suffering from rheumatism is im provingMr Mauppin of Irvine made a buiness tripto our place Saturday Mr Henry Thomas gave the young folks an enjoyable dance last week Rev Runnels preached at Wares Chapel Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Sallie Stephens visited her mother Mrs JHeklin Friday and Saturday Rev McIntosh will preachat the Gum Grove school house the third Sunday Misses Nannie Welch and Vir gia Holley visited Mrs Laura Wilburn Sunday Mr Dutch Hinds who has been sick for several months has been muchworse Messrs Monroe Chase and Sam Wiremun attended court at Win Chester lust week Rev Thos Carter will have a sale the 10th anti will shortly move to Winchester MrSug Townsend tutu son Oluyton nettle a business tripto Howards Mill Friday Mr Clyde Townsend has returned home after making a vis it to friends in Estill Miss Alma Smith of Illinois was called home on account of thedeathof her sister Miss Eddie White left last week to visit liar sister Mrs Floyd Trimble of Illinois The school at Camp Branch it progressing nicely which is bein taught by Miss Lulu Bird Miss Georgie Greer who has been visiting her sister in Bour bon returned home Wednesday suffereds several weeks ago is some better There is onecase of smallpox on Spruce and several riur hav been exposed to the nine dreaded disease Moving has been the order at nubeingthis immediate neigh luirlmod Cheerfulness Few men ever repent holding their tongues Most of tin trouble comes from releasing them A NewTOMTea Haud With apoligiesto Miami Texas Chief Wove heardttfftMaud ana hot summer day vhfraked bare footed the new mown hay we have read of the maid in the early morn who milked tho cow with the crumpled horn anti weve read the lay that the poet sings of the rustling corn and the flow laysIof tongue or pen theres naught like the lay oft11o Kentucky hen Long before Maud raked the hay thoKentucky heabegauto lay and ere the milkmaid stirs a peg the hen is uland laid an egg I The corn must the flowers spring if they hold their own with the barnyard = If Maud is needing a hatlorgown she hustle herself off totvn she goes to the store andtobtains her suit with a basketful of frerh lion fruit If the1 rhilkmnids beau makes a Sundayicall she doesnt feed him on milk at all but works up eggJn a custard pie and stuffs Him full of chicken fry And when the old man wants a horn does he take the druggist a load of corn Not much he sitilpiyrobs the nests and to the town he goesyou know the rest He lingers there and talks perchance while his poor wife stays at home and Bcowles but isisaved from want by those selff same fowles for while her husband lingers there she watches the cackling hens with care andrpntliers the eggs and these shell hide tillshe saves enough to stem the tide Then hall alMmil to the Ken blessingfhat and make Rome howl for the presevering barnh1dfowlOornIIl- OYlbo king plainly seen K mSjfe hen Is the Eeiitucky queeg t- Declaring l that the farmers should receive as rnuch profit from his business as the manufacturer or merchant and the minimum price of wheat on Uie farm should be 1 25 a bushel Jtlie American Secretary of Equity transmitted a paler to Congress showing the cost of farm matenalp machinery etc the fi Ure shows that the cost of producing wheat ie 119 Ve trust Our sat ariltera all web are in arrears wilt cull and settle what they owe taI13WIVunieserveijly lions must he paid3nadvanoe and at least cannot lie natled after one Wedt811k6todlllcontiuuethe soriber who wants 1 and we also dislike to disobey the law which puts UK 1u a hard place that can be upPIIiM lINK loUT eNaraErlalb StaIN llMMVir IMPROVED and P ERFEOTED Absolutely Harmless Positively femovea Ink Stains from and Whit Goods Leather MildewIronStains wb ueea Ink needs Ink Out NooflicecoAptetewitboutit StainRemoverany household V We guarantee hktuC Vpurdeaier moneYlfInkOutit directionsTakeOut II and Insist on It andfacslmlleFor saJeby stationers and otherbo I 1 MTSIf7ourteed 80oJ packagedirectJOHN DIAMOND SIjwwfcetiHw P lla4ellflla U A J Every Month writes Mrs E Fournior of Lake Charles La I used to suffer frpm headache backache side acheJpressingdown pains and could hardly walk At- last I took Cardui and now I feel good all hetimeI TAKE I I It Will Help You Cardui is a medicine thathas been found to act upon the cause of most womens pains strengthen irlg the weakened womanly organs that suffer because their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients perfectlyl1arinles8 and recommended foJe all sick women old or young Try ardui Womens Relief AT ALL DRUG STORES 3IJMNc RY OF L E Tir1E TSLE EastBound West Bound No2DailYJ P M 2253C15 320 334 3 5n 3 68 405 414 430 435 447 510 G 05 610 1 No I 41 AM 735 8i1382G 842 902 DI0Dl 922 038fI43 9fits 1017 1116 1120 Stations Lexington Winchester L E Junction nr1innFieldsCLAY Stanton Rogslyn Filson Campton Junction Natural Bridge- T rronf Biittyville Jot O K Junction Jackson No 1 Daily Ex Sun A M 055 912 900 845 885 815 800 803 748 745 7r30 707 615 010 I Nopatty P M 605 520 607 453 435 426 420 414 357 355 841 320 2 25 220 to b Sunday Only A Dig 1025 540 931 920 0402 854 848 842 828 tI 21 81D 754 705 700 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except Slod- ayLE J Junction Nos 1 and 3 will connect with th C its 0 Rail way for Mu Sterling Ky- Campion Junction Nos 1 23unil 4 wil connect with the Mann tain Central Railway fir passengers to and from Campion Ky Pullw way for Beattyville Ky 2- 04K JiincHon Voo q nnd 4 n ill miner with the 0 K Rail way for Cannel Oit Ky and way stations BRSSDENS JfUPJ II ri P 1i U 3 lJ1 att rfIs not a cure all but a guaranteed cure for Rheumatism both inflammatory and chronic 1urilits the blood ltv r cud eturra Is It is uold under a pau positive guarantee to refund the money If n cure ia not effected This has mt and long continued attacks of rheumatism otter the beat physchats haii failed to do so It is a preparation that cannot be excelled Has betm tested t the people leading druggists merchants and physician also Some of the leadin drug manufacturers of this country These men authority all pronounce j Breedens Rheumatic Cure perfect as a preparation can be maUo and oa having no 1OFORation write direct to us I- BRECDBN MEDICINE CO Inc Chattanooga Tonn HoCULLOUGHS LIFE SAYING BLOOD PURSERA Speedy and Safe Remedy for all Diseases of the SMa snd Shod Restores Vitality Renews Strength Cleanses and Enriches the Blood An especially remedy fur Erysipelas Tumors Cancerous Ulcers Ringworms Old Sores Scrofula Syphilitic Affoctiotw Scrolulous fromImpureforms Sciatic Rheumatism v I PRICE ONE DOLLARPER BOTTLE FOR SALE 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