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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k i w ii if I 4 Jit 4 t t iJ THENCL4Ji CITY TIMES l a t 50 Cents a Year in Ad vane We are here to help Clay Citythe SorroonJing Country and Ourselves 1 Ile Burgher Publisher VO4NIIT CLAY CITY KY 1 THURSDAY MARCH 11 J909 NO Il i A Large Tree I 001itForkof Red river on what is r known as tho McGowan tract of land some parties of this place treefw The tree looked uncommonly large and they ventured up and took the measure and to their surprise it measured 31 feet in 4 circumference which makes the r tree 10 feet in diameters There has been within the last two mouths several noted timber men looking through this tract of timber and from what we can learn have almost made a deal for it which will be brought out on a narrow guage railroad cdnj structed up Clear Branch from an L E switch known as tSput number two We trust this will be a go so it will give employment to a lot of tour good people around Dundee To Select School Books Ata meeting qf the State Board of Education it was decided to open bids for furnishing schoolbooks to the various public schools of the State on April 16 The board met for a shrtimoand discussed conditions informally P4 W Grinstead was the only repre sentative of any of the book cones wo p The bide ellbe opened lit Frankfort and then seat to the various county school boards which will vote on the books to be used AmajorIty of these boards will select the books Adulterated CloVer Seed A sample of clover seed sent Commissioner Rankin was found to contain dodder seeda weed which is most injurious to clover The sample was sent in by a farmer who had bought the seed to sow All farmers should thusly investigate their seed be fore they sow it Working for his District lastItive for this the 7th Appellate district in theStato Farmers In sittution is already at work for his district He wants to get up an exhibit for this county this year at the State Fair and sug gests that our farmers make a strong effort to raise something that will be worthy of exhibi tion An exhibit of lumber has already been arranged for Mr Blackburn now has in his hands a lot of tobacco seed for distribution to the farmers of his district They can get them by calling or writing Mr Black burn A heavy tore swept over the southwest Tuesday doing one million dollars damages and killing thirty people Still people by the thousands are flocking from the peaceful clime of fa mous Old Kentucky to these parts of depth and destruction by these frequent tornadoese I have found my dog which was advertised as lost in the re cent issues orthe Times and you may now stop time ad remark MondayAndoes always pay L 40 NortIlhc hhaitneutered Stanton College WR learn there are other young people of this city who will also enter this ex cellent school in u short time Earnest Barnes of Winches ter is spending a few days with relatives irt the city and county Frank Daniel has moved the- O 0 Daniel homestead and will engage in farming this year Wm Mountz Jr is in Cin cinnati where he line a position in a fruit store- MissFntsoy Bush visited friends in Winchester this week JUSTRECEIVEIYteeterttstr J I i New Line of Ladies T Cloaks and Wraps Newest Styles and I Lower Prices CALL AND SEE THEM I q C SHIMFESSEL c 5 r w f 1 Planning Temperance Legislation A proposedWimendmcnt to the State Constitution providing for Statewide prohibition which will hesubmitted for passage to the next Legisjature is being prepared by the Womens Christian TemporaneeUnionThe is sweep ing in rte character and prohibits the barter or giving away Intoxicants with in the State arid also to restrict the transportation by companies of such liquor within the State It provides for one agency to sell liquor ii cacti county for medicinal purposes denutured aclohol for industrial purposes for scientific in institutions univer1Tties and colleges and s in the COlli pour ding of prescriptions provided they give a J000 bond All applicants for liquor are to apply in writing stating the purposefor wnich the liquor is wanted Prescriptions for liquor must be giveiII physicians Anyi person making a- false a V davi i to Le guiltyof false swearin nd perjury Physicians whbfjijlely prescribe li= quors areto subjec to 200 1 fine or imprjlpirtnent The a meiidmentis11 f executing and wrintoeflectnndbecome 1912 The temperance forces are now at work sending petitions into every precinct of tub State ask ing that the amendment be sub mitted to a vote of the people of the State It is the object of those in charge ofthis work to send the urges petirion to Frankfort that ls ever been seen at time cupitJWins Judge Parker line dismissed the suit of the Eastern Kentucky Mineral and Timfier Company vs the SwunnDuy Lumber Company of this city winch was a suit involving the title to 2000 licres of land in Wolfe county The plaintiffs claim that by a con tract made in 1874 they secured the mineral and timber rights to the lands and sued the defend ants for the value of three and onehalf million feet of lumber which they claim the defendants hud removed and sold The defendants in their answer claimed to have been lit peacea ble adverse possession for more than fifteen years under a valid contract underwhich plaintiffs claimed was null and void had expired by limitation and was not made for a valid tonsidera tion and was lacking in mutual ityIn his decision Judge Parker held that the original contract set np by plaintiffs was lacking in mutuality and the plaintiffs petition was dismissed At Beattyville Judge J P Adams and Kelley Kash were de cared the Republican nominees for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney respectively by the DistrictG9minittee As there were nopthercandidates8 for the offices he primary here tofore ordered for March 21 was declared off s x Plain Talk by Stanley Representative Owsley Stan ley of Kentucky paid his respects to the Uplift Country Life Com mission which recently made a tour of the country in the follow ing language uI am tired roared Mr Stanleyuofhaving half a dozen high collared fellows riding round in automobiles cat ing canvasback duck and drinking champagne and then going up in the country and telling the farmer how to milk his cow Why these fellows would not know a kicking cow from a year ling calf and could not tell the difference between chicken and a turkey and yet they have the nerve to tell the firmer to raise a larger and more useful family for the benefit of their destitute brothers in the city Well Hardly We notice there is considerable dissatisfaction in Powell county over the ticket recently nominat ed by the democrats that is to say the Stanton Citizen objects and seems to want a Republican ticket placed in the field Now if the good people of Powell county really want a No1 Re publican ticket and will agree to lot us have the gentlemen composing the aforesaid Demo cratic ticket we have a beauti ful bunch of firefclass Republicans well trade and throw in e nough Republicans to elect them Estill Herald Spring Announcement See Spring announcement of H F Ilillenmoyer Sons the old reliable nurserymen of Lexington They supply the farm ers of this section with the best selected stock which is acclimat ed to our own territory and as a consequence the trees grow much faster and bear fruit much ear lier I Our Spring Neednt Bother About Us Now If the money expended by the States and the Government for the improvement of the water ways went for the roadways the benefit to the people would be many times greater- Riversfolow only natural lines Persons living along these lines may be benefitted to a limited extent but in numbers they are as nothing compared with the vast numbers that would be ben efitted by good roads In the prairie country of the Middle West dirt roads are im passible in the rainy seasons In tlie mountain section of our own State at the present time it is al most impossible to pet from one place to another Time people that need roads the most are the ones that are the least able to build them We have a practi cal illustration of that fact in this county The western and larger part of the county is mark ed like a checker board with pikes while the eastern end hos but very little of pike mileage And yet the farmers in that sec tion have been paying taxes for half a century to assist in build fug roads in the more favored section What wo need and should have is a comprehensive system of road building To do- eIIectivu woft s must have the t cooperation of the Government the States and tho counties Winchester SunSentiel We are resting easy up in Pow oil John Langley posters allo ver the county last fall promised us faithfully that if ho was SPilt back to Congress he would build turnpikes for us and we know John will do it Anew railroad is being sur veyed from Harbourville to Beat tyville a distance of seven y miles I ANNOUNCEMET I I Will Appear in this Space I I LOOK FOR IT I MRS W N BUSH Milliner 1 THETIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUUSDAT J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass moil matter Thursday Mch 11 1909 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 7 ft 11 Home and Farm 75 A friend of the Times hands in the following items of interest William Eaton and Charlie Mize the noted Powell county coon hunters report a scarcity of their game this season They at tribute the same to the Novem ber election tracks and trails showing that all coons left im mediately afterwards for Wash ington to attend the Inauguration of William Howard P Taft Their winters catch has been con fined to Brer Possum and Brer Pole cat the former staying a way through fear and the latter through self respect If Thee Roosevelts markman ship is inaccurateas his term of Presidency has been unpopular and seasickening it isvery prob able that he will return from the jungles ofAfrica with an empty hand It is claimed that Teddy will remain in the native country of his friend Booker T for at least two years Who cares if he takes up permanent abode and secures naturalization papers The man who ate so much in the Frankfort penitentiary this week as to kill himself is quite a contrast from the order of things these days The fare for the reg ular convicts in the Kentucky pen is said to be far above that of the average laboring man The criminal is thus Awarded with plenty of food andclothing and a good bed to sleep on How much better off is he then than the poor laboring man who can not get these it matters not how hard he may toil Is it possible our country is placing a premium on crime and a tribute on labor Bryans priuc phnf 10 to 1 has come to us at last Sixteen idle then to one who works six teen of the working men to sup port one trust man sixteen dollars per day for the kid gloved jnun to one dollar per day fort luf laboring man sixteen dollars profit for the speculator to pne for the producer Yes this is a great country and a great lover of16to1A I months ago Robt Hock er a negro in Fayett county called Newton Veala white farmer out of his house and with out provocation shot him down He was tried and sentenced to hang but Governor WillEon lust fall commuted his sentence to the penitentiary and there the negro has proven to be the worst convict in the pen Such abuse of the pardon power helps mob law right along The farmer toiled and harvested his wheat last year and sold it to the speculator for about 65 cents per bushel The specula tor sits back in his easy chair probably never sees the wheat and sells it for 05 cents profit Hurrah for the Republican par tyitisgrandlIII A Love Letter Dear darling trusts our pre cious boys you were so far now so near We were purposely shy of you dear sugar plums a few days prior to the 3rd of last No vember Uncle Sam had his eyes on us then and we had to disown thee But now dear boys we do appreciate the opportunity of coming nigh even to sit upon thy broad laps Dear honeycombs we did say hard things of thee during the campaign even our own dear Teddy boy denied you dear sugar plums We could not if we want to We are still at the same old stand dishing out special privileges to you boys Now we long to hear the steps of thy lobbyists in the Congressional Chambers After March the 4th we will set before thee an axtra dish of special privileges We have lotsof high tariff dump lings but no revision puddings Good by darlingsYours lovingly The Republican Party The Hornet Our eman John W Langley is making himself very conspicuous at the Capitol intro ducing bills and etc but we fail to see him doing anything for those turnpikes ho promisedus last fall Come on now John with those pikes we are needing them just now After all the inauguration of Mr Taft last week affords us some relief We believe he has some respect for the Democratic constituents of the government and in his official duties will show them humane consideration The Presidents salary was in creased from 50000 to 75000 just in time for the first Big Bill to make the first big bill against his country With the working mans wa ges cut to the bottom and every thing he has to eat at its highest point this prosperity is great We are druid Langley if he keeps on will deplete the U S Treasury before he g Us our turnpikes started CannotbaCured by local application as they can not reach the diseased portion 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 Eustach ian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling soun I or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflimation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever j nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the niucou+ surfacesWe give One Hundred Dollars for arty case of Deafness onus ed by catarrh that cannot be cur ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars flee F J CHENEY 00 Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take halts Family Pills for con stipation v For SaleCottage of four rooms in business part of town Apply at this office Stomach Distress Every family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house as any one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble- at any tithe day or night This harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and over come a sour stomach five minutes afterwardsIf mealsdont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill you or lays like a lump of lead in your stomach or if you have heartburn that is a sign ofIndi gestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Popes Diapepsinand take one triangule after supper too night There will be no sour ris ing no belching of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or intestinal griping This will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with naUst ous odors Popes Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery because it will take hold of your food and digest it just the same as if your stomach wa8n th ere Actual promptrelief for all your stomach misery is at your Pharma cist waitingforyou These large 50cent cases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of DYipepsia or Indigestion sIjBucLis 3PECIALOFFEPirt- aatLafla7fer A trII1 will Bentecstomer Ilf Prize Collectk I Ydta 1Trulettat4t b1 Ta w Ucs10rierrI rp1MiNa lalaUIe ODAHANTKED TO PLKASE Write tolay Mention this Paper JOoh SEND 10 cEwTsp- olyudte psc Iti d rtteIn thus ia11- ealtbn ag a pest totberxe Btnern Cod sad Punt lNk- Ie as abo ta Batral to of ld11aaWta IHW Isar BBtIoEa3Og i ll t S Fruit and Ornamental I JTREES I 1 Everythingforf B Gerhard Lawn and j 1 Garden Wrift orFREE Catalogue 11 i H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY hMShMhr tnu i 1 SKIDOO irortheporesthe grime stain and rubbedin dirt that ordinary ei p will not dissolve SKIDOO takes off all the dirt Itis a new diucoyry In soap containing an Ingrcdlentnot foullll in any or cleaners It imparts a delightful sensation to the skin and Is exception ally good for the bath TO THE HOUSEWIFE TakeasoftraswithnWtleSKIDOO on it and you can polish tinware brass or nickel wash vuur windows and in fact clean anything and at the same time it dots not harm the sldn like II soapsSKIDOOmore than any other kind of soap Offered Ono can will convince you- A great big tan fr inc OH It from year grocer or drulftt Write Ut anetwe end you onu can Ifyouwill pay the postage which la 10 cents IROWN SOAP CO Cohii l isihIotF I i Every Time Yolpi Read ThisAd YOULL THINK OF US Now thats queer isnt it But well make it plain to you You see March is the first month of Spring And ac cording to all the rules of the game it ought to be the first month of Spring trade But it isnt always Espeo ialtjr so in the slower moving stores whore things are never ahustle until the customers make them Sometimes its April before some folks do any shopping at all Now we are goinsto try to change this SpringThis March We are going to start Spring trading off right on the first day of this month You see you might PS well do it now and get it off your mind early Besides you have the advantage of early Spring selectionsadvance showings that have been coming to the store for some days past And then there is quite a good sprinkling of bargains left from last winter r The prices on these latter will be cut to the very bottom of possibility in order to run them out during the first fitIteen days of this month Coupons given on all Purchases r t MRS1 J WS WilliamsClay The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Are Mndlo When You Cue 4 Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour I I Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants ONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE PHnte Lines and Exchanges =TALKWITH orpnvesIgnteewe NEIGHBORS No previous ape rienca edge Mcouijr Wets Today Wttunnte damyihorn eometbirtIKVCT Cd wro btll LocAUA8OUTTHETELLPHONEI operalaaerbkr aIofoIutcIt hN ot you II write and mKliM iMl ptper I Trffi WnToday TELEPHONE MANUrACTURINQ COMPANY FrOhAallabliPars Every Otrdraer ind Planter buol teet th merit of Out FOR 10 CENTS wo will tend postpaid our II 1 hi aU4Uh M lytbririrnw 114 UttiM 10 HMlTarleUelGkele rie tr8M i Jit iWrite Warl Cen4 10 eahto help ar P Ioc ud Ihe abne ramooa CoIIeclooH bnlkar Will tie and Inrtrortlf GrJn oldGREAT NOIlTUKItN SEED CO 1811010 St HockforU Illinois v t 1 I frorrd fARMERS PHYSICIANS COUNTIW MFlCiT1iTS COTTON Oli1IES A phone then ihe dtapctt in MM you could have In ease oT knduicrrot any i tact ucfcntu of dixrtu it tiling kelp HMUxtlr n WritTIod Fil i lmlitdUUN our famoui Mammoth iUl Bridcia Long Duunce Tcanpkr tired alI111 KFMLMBFRTHI5OFFTH ISPvaPUMIILDTIMEONLY SUMTCR WrMTedyI SEEDSI CutruitMdloPlMM NcrtneraarpwnBeeili8PBSIN1 COLLECTIONaRwey lfkiUU4nwltCUrT City indoyLNwq 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE i TRADEMARK I OEtlQNS I COPYRIGHTS lcafonenndlagaaketebanddeaedpttoamsyan i I m nmld- aUonaetrlctlytonddentla4 r HANBI00A aeourtniatVoI1IOeI opnakn SltiDt RirkawAbs- dsomely IIlatrated weekly Qrrat ett a- en 1i not any edennae JpurnaJ Term N a MINir Cog bold BlUI O St NewYorkr i tHE TIMES JI u AX ALL HOMEMADE PAPER t r t I THURSDAY iich 111000 a LOCAL BREVITIES v Born to Mr and Mrs 0 Port wood Fob 13 ii Of pound girl Mrs R A Irvin is visiting her sou the Rev Logan Irvin at Americus Ga Farmers are getting somewhat behind with their work on ac count of so much rain The rivert1as been very high this week but not high enough to wash away any more of oilr bridges The City Qouncil met in regu lar session Friday night and transacted the regular routine of business The entertainment and lecture at the Methodist church Friday night was very much enjoyed by all present Lemon Henry of Mt Sterling was hero Saturday with a small drove of young cattle that he had bought ohHardwicks creek Dr Martin reports the birth of a son to Tilden Tracy and wife on March Oth and the birth of a daughter to John Kimbrell on the 8th MrsJ N Vaughn of Lexing ton and Mrs Geo W Ander son of Mt Sterling are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilson It seems that we are certainly loving enough high water now and we may sit and wonder how did we get along without our bridges before we got them The railroad tie business which has been almost paralyzed for the past eighteen months is begin ning to revive The price is still low but the demand is some bet ter c Claude Oarr and family left Saturday morning for Miami Texas to reside We seriously regret to lose such excellent citi zens but commendthem to the good people of the Panhandle of I Texas I Kills Wouldbe Slayer j A merciless murderer ill Appen I dioitis with many victims But Dr t kings Now Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulateI preventI onstlpntionII druggists An Evidence of Hard Times One evidence of the hard times of the past year and a half has been the increase In the number of men enlisted in the army For several years the army found it impossible to secure new soldiers to take the place of those whose enlistments expired but now the ranks are full and recruiting offi takeiIt Saved Ills Leg uAll though Id Jose my leg writes JASyv6nson Watertovyn WisTea years of eczema thatI 15 doctors could not cure had at p last laidme up Thai Sucklens 1 Arnica Salve cured it sound and wellIllfaUible for Skh Eiup lions Eczema Sat Rheum Boilsj Fe Sores Burns Scalds Outs and Piles 25c at all drug stores V f J 1 1 ti j Si Corbett Davis of Vaughns Mill who is attending Berea Col smnH1poxtending this school has been exposed aldsr quarantined a gainst N Federal Court was in session at Jackson last week and a few cases disposed of In several cases many of the law violators were released on bond to go home and tend a crop and ap pear again this fall Langley introduced a bill in Congress lust week to place al000 monument over the grave of Cecil Dills of Winchester be cause he was thrown from a bug gy over a high precipice into the Kentucky river which was lock ed and darned by the government The Lurid mow of Doom was seen in the red face hands and bodyof the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baf fled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had effected his lungs and nothing could save him IoBut writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Ec zema Salt Rheum Sores and all RheumatismIElectric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by all Druggists Head Camp in Session The Head Camp of Kentucky Woodmen of the World is in ses sion at Winchester this week The order has made great prog ress in the western part of the State and though introduced on ly in 1807 it now has about 14000 members in the State The sov ereign jurisdiction hits nearly half a million members and an emergency fund over 0030000 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 anda cure BO perma nent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works won ders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGripoe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchial affections 50c and 81 00 Trial bottle free GuaranJ teed by all Druggists Union Lock Poultry FenoSpan mah Tb real arleablr laa oa IM- Oar11 tor = ord orebras ad prd d d- ao last sae Ihan uWN wrtte tor woe oI t- mat for as trpoa- v IIonnaaz0aDLIb1a ruOafsto It Asks us to Print To relieve the worst forms o ft Rheumatism take L teaspoonful o the following mixture after each meal and abbedtimo Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar suparjlla threo ounces These harmless ingredients ean be ohrained from our home drug gists and arc easily mixed by slink ing item wellin a bottle Relief is generally felt from the first few dosesThis preectiption forces the clog gedup Innctiv kidneys to filter and strain from theblood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid which causts Rheumatism As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous disease but dangerous to life this simple recipe will no doubt he greatly val ued by many sufferers here at home who shouldat once prepare the mixture to get this relief It is said that a person who would take this prescription regularly a dose or two daily or even a faw times a week would never have serious Kidney or Urinary dis orders or Rheumatism Cut this out and preserve it Good Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are scarce in deed and when you need it you want it dally A thin purse makes a person feel flat Notice to Trespassers till persons are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bvthe undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this notice B B HuxflON t zYHYZ viZrWZm I I CAPITAL STOOIC 310OOOO J SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED J PROFITS 100000 y Trn3 WINOHES MJR BANK tOF WjNbnsTBii KY N HOLLY VITUEQHIOO InKSr W R SI nAnCABIIIEIt YOUR AOQUNTS SOLICITED sdds6iK 1 B F BERRY Undertakerr I Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu- rIal Robes and Suits Also can furnish Home Made Cot fins to Order on Short Notice When Desired West Bend 1v I e I + + + + + 010 + ++ i jPriAUPPIN i Watchmakers I r Jeweler All Kinds of Watch and Clock 11 Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC s TION X1UARANTEED Line of j Jewelry Spectacles I Call and see me in the Red River Hotel Building CLAY CITY t KENTUCKY 431t3+++++ + ++++00 I n Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES 4 Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky u II WEEKLY II COURIERJUURNAL ttBENHY WATTERSON Editor t I fIs a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The 1 itt1 THE CLAY CITY TIMES Ii Both One Year For 100 you will give or sntd your order to this pa 1if pernot to the Courier lournal t1++++ +++++F +++ 3333 F +c ijSundayI We can vou a combination ly or SundllYir you will write this popcrtl1I4++++++++++4 ++t++ +++++ +4j4 +K4++ 1di ++++ +H + ++++++++++++I3+++ MF3f +++3 =I CLAY i BANKkCLAY CITY t KENTUCKY Capit 1 Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 4 1000000IAccounts Corporations Firms nnd cepted on themo8t liberal terms modern and careful Savings bankingi 1 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits DIJ BOARD OP DIRECTORS M H COUHTNEV J D ABKINSON CHAULES SCOTT J F Cox A T WIIITT DQf rnfi 11R OFFICERS 1MCIIAS SCOTT VicePros A f WIIITT Gushier fil mfi t W WmSlUWauu WtUoU ++ + + + + + 1 + + + ++ +++++ + ++ +++t INSURE AVIXII i 1 f= A LYON tThe Loading IiMiiitiuc- J AgcntsiI of JEuwtoru Jtoituolcy h + t+ Over 200000000 i 1 Represented t Every one who knows anything about insurance know II they are leaders in this line 11 U+ + + + + o + ++ + + of + + IC iii will IilS lM r F We FURStHidos Waol ChungColtlenSiIYeflowRoot Wild Ginger etc We an dealer t isLaliiUeagrati or tcouaiiBOO mercl ants Reference UrpriceM Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY What we need in this vnrld is fewer women who play bridge and more iv ho play Bridget For Sale One second hand sheet iron wood heating stove Apply at this olflce We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans Homo at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in themountains It is a large three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by the Society of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the nges of five and thirteen will hero reved if eligible We hope to take the boys later Before the are sent we want to know the name age health character eto etc Only those who have neither father or mother will be recieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Gurrant Wilrnore Ivy Also will thank all ministers mformntion Home will clothe educate and care for these children for His sukewho InveR them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once I to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant Wilmore Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS R AIRVINMD- P YSIOIAHAND SURGEON OLAYOITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I C WELCH Attorney a CounselloraLaw I J rANTO KENTUCKY Ueneral Practice In all Courts of the Commonwealth f KILLTHE COUCH I AND CURE THE LUNCS C WITH Dr Kings flcr9eI noAND AlL THflOT AVon LUNG TPOtlCLES 3FAOTORYOR The Gi a aCutertorycholera morbwsmlcrcumplint developmentresults obtsinrd in rl ptrts of the vorld WORKS Lilac MCC emutI lgood Jrynllrd a tl tltmnd 1Io care to ret It for you rud r4roct to THE ONTARIO CW1CM rrt l Oswego HY U S A N When the question of ihcreuS ing the Presidents salary was before the House a fact was de veloped that is that the Presi dents salary is really not fur from 814000 per year Tlys in eludes his traveling expenses clerks and employes detectives wards care of the White House and other personal expenses The bill to increase his nominal year ly salary from 50000 to 100000 was defeated but the salary was increased to 75000 per year and the traveling expenses of 25000 per year were taken all- WANTEDA mun or woman every rural route to represent u soliciting new and renewal Sub xcriplions on a commission liasi We are making the beat offprs a the lowest prices and allow very liberal commissions Insurance solicitors fruit tree a nentf or relatives of rural route tarriew are especially desired Write for terms and full particu lots todny A good profitable bus fosse can ho established with the proper effort If Interested write odaytoTheCINCIKNATI 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ur drrd fur The Louisville Tires rttuItr pers by the mouth IWO PAPERS FOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF ON Very Serious a very Bsrfous matter to ask j I for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine SLACKDRAUGHT t reuafhIe tefotherGala than others combined iSOfDnI TOWN w t A SPOtttffSPRING Albert Gravenof Nev Richmond Ind is visiting rblntives at this place Earnest Bathes of Winchester visited friends hero from Friday till Albhdny Curtis Bowman has returned homo offer several weeks stay at Lellose Owsley county on busi ness 3 Elder IeorFii1V McJntosh oc copied the pujpjt at the Baptist church Sunday morning and preached a good Eccmon ltisfarm to Claude Same for Sams farm on Black creek and each possest sious Public Sale 1 will on tie 18th of March 1909 sell totile Highest Bidder Mrs Bettie Hipjhleys house And knownIas place o Hardwicks Greek Sale begins 10 oclock Morgan McKinney Administrator They Come Together William HiiTaft was inaugu ratted President of the United StateslastThursday and straightway there vvaisja big advance in the price oft lbur all poor the country Tbusj beginneth our season of prosperity A few nays before Taftivas 4 induced into office scores ofanen were sold into becauseethey were unable to secure work to support lleu families =flat rodsburgDemcratChrist Prt gram for to Christian Ei deavor Societyltrteeting Sunday e veningDfa ith1000 WhimfesselProhi Abridgment dWPersonul Liber yMa Johnsd n The Attitudesml feeling of the Christ inn toward f those wl 0- sellMrs Martuni The Temperaset Laws of my State Dillard fistesi The Temperance Laws of my Town Tims IfcJsei What is Local itiutiOeurge Fletcher i tAn old Licll1orFiN 11111 014 A Tetuperilne iucittty Jer tlij J14EthclJ bnsini A Priiicjp ff rdrLegislath- rsluut1881liii Elelehef lluw to trent rh Liqunr Us Ex 2128 83 Ijffiy ipuiiiul Drink the FoE Ju9tice Isa i wjllianisAliinity JiIIIIIF Irov 201Jlulh Benediction JuhtlsotlI TT 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