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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 18, 1909. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1909 cla1909031801 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, March 18, 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. t t f1 Gr- V tT p w rr 1 rHEjC 4YiCIlY TIMES i 5l A t Vb1 1f 50 Celts a Year iBiAdvanci i We arelere to help Cla Zt orronnJing Country and Oorsdves r JEBurgher Publisher VOL xiv CLAY QITI KXpHUKSDAY MARCH 18 J 909 NOtU The Tobacco SItuitiori Night riders have resumed op r erations in the western part of I the State Plant beds of indo pendent farmers are being scrap ed andsowed with grass In the burley tobacco district no tqbac co has yet been pooled but ran effort will be made later to get ib ib0jper cent of the crop pooled i if they fail intbis twill all e thrown on the open market will mean that every one who raises the weed this year will do so at a loss 1 Embraces Religion Curt Jett who is serving a life term in the Frankfortpenitentin- ry for the murder of Tames B Marcum and osaidhe had tianitybasand is said to ba one of the best Biblical tuholars in the peniten tiary teU has written a story of his conversion in which he asks Governor Willeon to pardon him Indications are that there will Tie more plowing done this Spring in this county than there has been done bjfpre in many years The Times is pled to see this the case andif it had fiend keptup in the putfew years instead of c so tuchJLttentinp being given to Umber we wouhltodayall be in n iich better condition Yesterday was St Patricks day hit there are no Catholic j orartihQiixena in Clay OitV the isenr1 I f Jrllecttglitanof Ice plant which recently went into bankruptcy will he sold at public auction March 20 pp P Johnson has been appoint eottpostmaster at Knowlton this county in place of A J McIntosh resigned Several cases of smallpox in a mild form are reported on Doe creek Estill county 1 P SPRING The croaking frog has told us that Spring is here a dozen or lore times The blue bird ispn the wing and the robin redbreast hasbeen in evidence for some weeks Flocks of blackbirds are killdeeuttersBongfiEarrow is fairly bursting with song and the grass grows green To be sure we may yet expect a little snow and blow during thQ remainder of th r un certain month of March but there is that promise of better things in the long shadows and length ened days in the song of bird and murmuring stream that take from these days all dread of win ter and fill one with new life andambitions To really get in harmony with the miracle of Spring is to be renewed in mind and body- Democrats a Desert in Crucial Moment With complete victory almost within their grasp the House al lies the insurgent Republicans and the Democrats were desert ed by a sufficient number of Democrats to save the Republi can organization In the end the ruleswere amended in three important particulars and the men who have been fighting to break the power df thin Speafejsr gained ground The tensionwarn- kjgh thraugtiiuu t paseelseaxryd X ji r tJlark tltamtAeri tyieadwy clashing once with Representative Dalzell and later with Representative Fitzgerald the leader of the Democratic deserters B F Avery Sons one of the largest manufacturers of farming implements in the Uni ted States have about decided to double the capacity gf their already large plant at Louisville r tWw R 4t If cJdSTRECEIVED Dill H New LIne of Ladies 9 Cloaks and Wraps 1 v Newest StyleS and LoweSt Prices 4 I i BALL AND SEE THEM J J I tJsf t r SHIMFESSEL6- l Jr 1 iM dfI JIiI ItIJ 4 tyt L 1 HCil r i1f 41 fa- Siit L 4rM wF j ol4 y r STT1I TT i Hadersatlie Amentment The Kentucky Good Roads As sociatlo i etin Louisville last week andfpl6dgcd their support to the Bos ifthWatt amend meat to tfeconstitution As the Kentucky llt a now ore no county can leyy istitax greater than 50 cents on tlie hundred dollars and they cannot vote a bonded indebteheee for road or any other pur iiltreater than 2 per cons of the orul taxable proper ty Un erfpcha law as this none counties can have good Irqrtds but under the proposed aifnendmont the opportunity forOTch comities as Pow ell tQ getpx1road is doubled The amendment in full follows The dftof tine Common wealth nt pledged or loaned toanjpcounty of the Cum monwealjihSfp public road pur poses ab nr county may be permitted wauutfr an indebted ness in ajnyjiunounVfixed by the county Hotimyoxcess of 5 percen turn of th v41lue of the taxable property hctein for public road purposesJidcounty provided saidtonal indebtedness is submiY bhe voters of the county focieir ratification or lectionhelmanner y be provided by tawsa Q ijany such indebt 8iMai countyK i v in 2 r 3f J J ttif Jfi Otii fruc don of Xeniilcky an amount not exceeding 20 cents on the 100 of the assessed valuation of said countyfor the purposeof paying the interest dn said indebtedness and jlsJnkng fund for the payment of said Indebtedr ness Every votefinPowell county and every ihhr county where they have nolPQVgot good roads should srlpp measure Then popsiblirlseniay get some good roads in the county but a poor showiagfor improving them under presQiitconditions In the Standard Oil case the Judge disuiished the w4iole jury panel because herewerevtoomn ny farmers iii itJ So it huts come to the point when farmers once the baoKhonetgf tnation lIre not considere4 rfittp make a ju ry When corporations are on trial they must have a jury that can be workod2Bce The masters atWasliingtonvot- ed to increase their salaries one half but the postal and other use nil employes got a sneer when they asked foVanl increase Why should the useful workers want more than threeVor four dollars a day Thats tf e for such cattle But thoPculers Why of course they need from 30 to 800 a day gbey are made of different niudjfrom the working class you know And then to think tho Dollish workers vote the masters into office after such treatment t fisisR world of very The worse you treat the niassQs the more they admire youEx t ExPreside Roosevelt will sail Tuesday forAfiicawhere he will take his Iftnzpianned hunt n 11 oj c D I It iJ I I c c ri Jt Circuit Court Circuit Court convened at Stanton Monday with Judge Benton on the bench and Common wealths Attorney B A Crutch or and County Attorney John D Atkinson prosecuting for the Commonwealth Judge Benton delivered a forceful charge to the grand jury The grand jury is made up of the following gentlemen A P Bush 0 0 Clemons I S Boone R LShimfessel Frank Newell T N Bowen Thos Con lee Sr Alvin Boyd Noah Ad amstAb Bcnningfleld H H Hoskin Edwin Rose The petit jury is composid of the following housekeepers 0 F Conlee I N Rogere Miles Fortner W T Gambo Henry Benningfield GeorgeHon W T Centers W N Rogers Clarence Estes C C Lane D 0 Morehead W H Borders Albert Welch Wm Baker J F Martin Jr Thos Chepey Win gate Anderson FSatik Crisp S D Rogers Geo Faulkner W F Barnett Charlie BushJoll Hammons James Holman A Easter Only Too True An exchange observes that n boy can sit on a sled six inches square tied to a sled moving nine miles an hour but cant sit on a sofa five minutes for a dollar A man eau sit on an inch board hoursliutchurch pew for and- he gets nervous twists and goes to sleep A man can pouch his cheeks with tobacco and the juice running down his chin feels good but a hair in the butter simply knocks him out completely The ground is now dry enough I to stir for the first time in three I weeks lOur Spring The Cumberland and Northern Railway Company with 100000 capital stock filed articles of in corporation with theSecrerary of State Friday The road is pro posed to run from Artemns Knox county to Bedttyville Deputy Sheriff R L Daniel found a pair of store door lock keys while in the Snow creek neighborhoodone day last week Owner can have same by calling on Mr Daniel and identifying tie same Mrs Mary Armstrong of Knox vine Tenn is here at the bed side of her mother Mrs Hazel rigg who is not expected to live but a short time Peach trees were ready to bloom this week when the light freezes came In this stage it is probable that a portion of it has been killed We are under obligations to Supt Crabbe for a copy of Kentucky Educational Directory which is highly appreciated at this office The Highland Orphan Home received March tn package of clothing from W M S of Hebr son church Shepherdsville Mrs Lillie Puckett will have a public sale of pessonal property on Frames Branch March 2G J Buljer Herron has move- dfrtportsmouthOhio to Sardis i t 4c iO HAY FOR SALE 37 Tons of No i Bailed Hay Clean of Weeds Old Ky Phone 734X R P D No6 Chas B Hainline Levee Ky I ANNOUNCEMET I IWill Appear in this Space Ir LOOK FOR ITtJjii J MRS W N HUSH I I i Milliner md Wi THE TIMES u IOIJUSUED EVERt TUDKSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday Mch 18 1900 CLUB RATES- For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 81 00 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 11 Home and Farm 75 The Law and Justice A young man who was once undergoing an examination for lit enso to practice law when asked what is law replied An unequal distribution of jus tice This is not the intentions of the law but that is the way it is sometimes administered Judge Landis of Indiana about a year ago imposed a fine of 20 000000 on the Standard Oil Com pany for rebating The enor mous fine came about by the ha bitual abuse of the anti trust law The big corporation suc ceeded in getting a new trial this time before Judge Anderson of Illinois who seemed to be working as much for the Stand ard Oil Company as any of their attorneysJudge Anderson in the begin ning quashed one whole venire of jurymen becausE the most of them were farmers and said he preferred a jury composed alto gether of business men Tits act is without a precedence in the history of jurisprudence The Judge ruled that not every re bate constituted an offense but that every settlment did This made the fines reduce in the age gregate form 29000000 to 720 000Such instances as this consti tutes the greatest menace to the free institutios of the country The law is a farce if Judge An derson is rightand if he is wrong the trial of big corporations be fore him are a farce Why should not this giant corporation pay for its breaking the law as any poor man and in pro portion to its means If Judge Andersons ruling were applied ordinarily a man Could sell whiskey every day in the year toI another collecting some money allalong though not making but one final settlement in the year he would be fined but once Or a man could commit a dozen or more murders in a week or year and at the wind up be tried but fur one case of a weeks a months or a years murder The ruling of Judge Anderson is rotten and intolerable to such an extent that a repetition Of like conduct on the bench excites mob law prompts night riding and stimulates hatred and dis honesty in the bosom of the com mon people But when the com mon people under such excite ment perpetrate an unlawful act are they tried in a bunchunder one effense We would say not Big rewards are offered for the apprehension of each participant and undereveqoffel1seelch member is held accountable to the law This rj ltJilutifJlt is right to dodge the law for the benefitof the rich Standard Oil Company it is right to turn all night riders loose as this then is the only means administering justice to these nefarious culprits When this big fine was impos ed last year we said then the company could and would at the end defeat this act of justice and they did as we predicted Man Who eyahis Debts The man who phys his debts and histaxes may be a blessing or a curse to the community It depends on what else he does In making this statement it is to be understood that by the word debit is meant the ordinary cashobligation which a man in curs in the transaction of his bus- Iness There are men who np pear to believe that so long as they nro not indebted to their neighbors for goods purchased or the muncipality or the state for the last tax levy they have discharged their whole duty and nothing more can be asked of them But in reality a mans duty to his neighbor is limited only by his power to do his neighbor good and his duty to the community by his ability to be of service to it The com munity in which the prevailing statement is What do I get out of it is one which does not and cannot prosper Threat has been made to thrash au editor in Western Kentucky and his only crime seems to be that he tells fho truth too truth fully and it hurts some of the citizens Suppose if his stric tures were unfounded nobody would take notice of them Supreme Court Justice Guy of New York holds that it is a newspa pers duty to expose wrongdoing The Kansas legislature defeat ed A bill to give all parties rep resentation on the election board Dishonest men do not like to be watched honest men have no fears The Republicans came very near losing this state last fall We arealittle impa tient but still we are waiting for our friend John Langley turn pikes in Powell The only people who really enjoy rising early are those who do not have to rise early and- o to work Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach ian 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 the infhmation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normalcondition hearing will be destroyed forever i nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfacesWe give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars fleeFJ CHENEY do CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con pationr For Sale Cottage of four rooms in business partrof town Apply at thisonce r r Every IStomachsortie Dirtpepsin in the house ns i OilY one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at anytime day or night This harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and over come a sour etoiuaclr five minutes afterwards If your mehlsdont tempt youl or what little you do eat seems to I fill you or lay like a lump of lead I in your stomnioh or if you have heartburn that is a signof Indi gestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Pajios Diapepstn and- take one triangule after supper to night There will bu no sour rie Jng no b lchiug 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 Were will be no sour food leftover in the stomach to poison your breath with nausi one odors Papos Diapepsin leii certain cure for all stomachmisery because it will take hold of your food and digest it just tJKnjsame as if your stomach wast lt thererActual prompt relief for all your stomach misery is at your Pharma cist waiting for you These large 60cent cases contain more than sufficient to cure a casts of Dyspepsia or Indigestion sISEWSetlc IfslYiP1ScCCEEDI SPECIALOFFER Itaae tebead Ika aNa A trial wfll mteyou our permaesi cultomn I Prize ctittasbnrtleI11ItU tbetmenTIpt IP1eed10 erII tenaleinW CABA9T EJ TjMUJtA ar Write today Meutkm rtfe Aver SEND 10 CENTS Ie ems pN f d pdbr nil rmin this va1MtwMkn with M U 1waeteurrrd Pint V ad rl tp N L Laaaa9R 13G3 41oa l Fruit and Ornamental TREES i JEveryhing for Jj 1 Ocrhard Lawn and i rt Garden IICatalogue T IIH t I F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTQIJ KY t SKIDOO removes from the pores the grime stain and rubbed in that will notdlI801v- etSKIDOOtl1es off all the dirt It la a sew discovery in soapcontaining an ingredient not in or cleaners It imparts a delight sensation to the skin and is exceptionally good for the bath TO THE HOUSEWIFE Takeasoftrag with a little SKIDCXXi on it and you can polish tjrwareV brass lindlntacttime it does not harm the akin likE soapsSKIDOOmore than another kind of soap ottered onvlneeyeuAgreatgrocer or drugrlu Write usad wewfll wbloh send WJr1011w1J pay the MIWN SUP BO MMkN Mb t4 r N t 4 r i Every Time ouvr ReadThisAd v u s YOULLTHINKOFUS tf r i r Now thats queer isnt it But well make it plain to you Yousee March is the first month of Spring And ae i J cording to all the rules of the game it ought to be the ktfirst month of Spring trade But it isnt always Espeo ially so in the slower moving stores where things are nev = r er ahustle until the customers make them Sometlmpdlits April before some folks do any shopping at all Now i we are going to try to change this Spring1 This March r We are going to tart Spring trading off right on the first t day of this month You nee you might fa well do it now jrand get it off your mind early Besides you have the advantage of early Spring selections advance showings i that have been coming to the store for some days past And then there is quite a good sprinkling of bargainsI left from last winter t The prices on these latter will be cut to the very bottom of possibility in order to run them out during the first fit = Vf I teen days of this month Coupons given on all Purchases MI I I I MRS J W CI I r i l Williams I I r The Whitest White Cake x The Lightest Light Rolls i And Flakiest Biscuit i I AVO You lNt I Pearl and Pride Four TT I I rake no Other Every Sack Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED J A CAIN VFRrAIIIFSKY- veld Leadlnc Merchant 4 tONG DISTANCE TRlPJIONES Private Linev and Exchanges LK YOUR NEIGHBORS taeWpOll 1edi wruvwn our tfuut Um c from tigfitnuic ooHUunf I IMtttxa i Ctt f Wii1odpIliHow I raM Toes MANUACTUHIY SUMTCR SEEDSfttlti IlafabkTarliS- earanlied W Oardeaer rJanLrboold the meritiol NorUxraOrownBitfaSPICIAL FAMOUS wewJ1ael CENTSI e- ap4rrrluatlb IGor 1jtkrlejIrryaq i 11Tirpwre4tp4 lee itady WMniirudU4 T 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CburtatStantonMbn r rlnyrAmos Odin and family have moved to Bloomington 111 to re sideS A daughter was born to Mr 1ndMrsA J Martin Sunday Feb 28th v Judge TJ Fletcher was in- Jft Sterling last week on a busi v iiess mission fJhbicq home grown Early Rose seed Irish Potatutoes for sale Mrs Nannie Pryor Spout Spring ICya Miss Annie McMahan of Mr A Sterling is visiting her cousin Mrs SanvOarr i I Mrs A M Burgher visited relatives a Winchester several i days lit week I J 0 Allen is very sick being I confined to his bed the greater part of the time Miss Lenora Gilbert of Oov ifigton is visiting her aunt Mrs Clarence Hazelrigg vU F Tomlinson spent Sunday + with his brother George Tomlni sonfln Winchester I r Millard Conlee has moved from 1 tliis county to Montgomery coun I ty near Mt Sterling n Charles and John Strange IZVaughns Mill started Tues l achy for Indianapolis Ind w I A1rs1V II Cassidy spent sev ernl davs with relatives atx3Vin chestVr the last of the week l Miss NunnieDcrickeon of Ros I Blyn visited her grandmother Mrs Bettie Maxwell SundayI I MissLula Denckson of Lex ii visited her parents at I this place Saturday and Sunday John Gravett and Green I Charles of Hardwicks Oreek I left Tuesday for Bloomington Illinois to Afr 1 tl Mrs f WaldrojJprBUjing8pkla for- merly1 of this city Thursday 41loI4ason11e of Mayfiold v has returned to horhome after a I visit to bier baughter Mrs J Grows Rash Miss Mary aStailtonj has been nppqinted by Supt U Ajlrvi as ono of the County r B frdof Hxanungra in place Q rQtQJW 0ahipbdU resigned ItsavedHI8 eg myjegsyvrites Wie of tirifthUf- l otabFSIcMild aottonre shad at tt1 y4B klene- AricabalveAurea rud- w J1 I f l i lor Skin fEJrnp 1 dons EcaomnSaltRhetlm Boils 1Jrlit SdlnlUUIIOO I U t- d S and Jllss r2gayaf alipgtores ftt iI 61 y f 7 FE + rIt h4 XM Ii ti xlw f 3 Miss Mattie Hoskin has mov ed herbu8ine6sv toMthe Mountz building formerly occupied assn ice cream parlor Kills Wouldbe Slayer A merciless murderer ic Appen dicitis with rnnny victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and howell preventing that clogging that invitee ap pendlcitis curing Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Head ache and Indigestion 25o at all druggists Where Is the Hog Law If the hog law voted in this county at the1astNoycmborelec- tion doesnt do any more foroth er portions of the county than it isdoiiig for Clay Oity it would have been better to not have vot ed it at all The Lurid low of Doom was seen in the red face hands and bodyof the little sun of H M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baf ned the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had offected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Ec zema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by all Druggists Gov and Mrs Willson and their guests Mr and Mrs Rob ert 11 Lyman of New York very narrowly escaped death when the horses attached to Gov Willsons carriage ran away Sun day afternoon at Frankfort As a result of the accident Mrs Willson had an arm broken and two teeth knocked but Other members of the company were slightly bruised rPp r 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 insurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief anda cure so permanent 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 Heinorrliages LaGrippe Asthma Group Whooping Cough and Bronchial affections 50c and SI 00 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by nIl Druggists IlunOffLAWI FENCE I w n w II a a e 4 Cot Utl + seevennaN RSXdenrIW uoatrwriteUNION IENCECO1JAeKalbIlL i It 11 i i9 fI r Asks us to Print To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatl sro take I teaspoonful of the following mixture after each mealand atbedtimo Fluid Extract Dandelion one half dunce Compound Kargon one ounce rmplllnd Syrup Sar paparjllay ee ounces These bafmlees ingredients can be obraihed tram our home drug glstslndareensily mixed by shak ing them well in n bottle Relief is generallyfelt from the first few doss This prescription forces the clog gedup inactive kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid which causes Rheumatism- As Rheumatism is not only the most painful end torturous disease but dangerous to life this simple recipewill no doubt be greatly val Ued by mlny sufferers here at home who should at once prepare the mixtureto get this relief tis said that a person who would take thjs prescription rigu lady n close or two doily or even a faw timeBia week would never have seriouHKidney or Urinary dis orders or Rheumatism Cut this Qut and preserve it Good Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are scarce in deed and when you need it you want it dudly The shot cut to happiness is through the avenue of goodness Notice to Trespasser All persons are hereby notified that all hQnting and trespassing is forbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no tire V B B HUTSON YZ1 YZ1fZv CAPITA STOCK 81OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN- DIVID1 DPROI LTS 100000 I THE I WIKOIHSSTJBR OF ViNonsTJJn BANK Kv ii HOLLY IKlTHCHHPOON r r PlJKS- K W R SiitAjt 4OASUIEK youj Aoorj NT s SOLICITED 0 S e S 05 B F BERRY Undertaker e I Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins CasfQfs Bu rial Robes and Is Suits II Also can furnish Home Made Cot fins to Order an Short Notice e I When Desired West Bend J y 0 r ++ + oJo JI + + + + +IHf JPrjAUPPINc I WatcbmakertI tndJeweler B Kinds of Watch and Clock t iAll on Short Notice and Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Spectacles Call and see me In the Red River Hotel Building CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 4 ++ w + +++ 2t i + If- l ar 5- t Sa+ Y Mt I Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES 11 Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky H+ F33 F + + Y39 ++++ H+40 tt++ t++ot + t4+4 +eo+ ++++i2tt +oH + tH+ +++++40 iliiI fisjj I itfr If1fttt + f Both One Year For 100 II 011r+ + HFt ++++++ + +++++++++ A44 IOt tVecan give you u combination cut rate on Dai 3 fIyor Sundayif you will write this paper 1 t i ++++40 +++40+4 ++ + 44+++ +++++ t+ + y ot ++ +++d s++++ 3 t++ +iK + t b4 t + +i +++ + l1Ji JmmIIF 1 fj NJS I IJ CLAY CITY NATIONALf BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKYI Capit 1 Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits i4f1 HOARD OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON CHARLES SCOTT J F Cox 4A T VViiiTf P9 M H OFFICERS COURTNEY Pres ICHAB SCOTT VicePres A T WUITT Gasbier W ii R 1 ++++Ho++H+ + + ++ +iXNSUUE WITH i SeN I Agenti f i Over 200000000 Represented i I 4 iEvery one who knows anything about insurance know theyare leaders in this line q i 4 t ffi t t tt2 +1ti +H+ t1 ++++ +d + ff3 ++++ y rAt fo i- r1 W Ly- AI FURSHUM Wsl anti F thnTallow BMIWUC Clweaj Co1deSealYetiowRootL Mq Apvla Wild Clonr eoW datnt 1856Ora6JfewerlaLawr4odt eb or cooouioo taactnti Rcfctcwx urBukioLainnSb Writ for wttUr rikhdid oLiPPIII ti- M Sabel A Sena 229 EMarktSLyLBUISViLLEIty The chronic borrower depends for spending money on hisfriends and says Whyif ilia didnt lend it to me tjie cliunips would go and Kpniii itn No more longtiiiyu rii tiotiH so renew today We Want The Orphans Ilu liiKiiniiiiJ UrujuiiiH IliniiH at Cliiy Miy is ready for the wplihn Jlrlll in tliiMiinuntHinx It isaluruc thr e shay brick IIMMHC beiiiiifnlly Ii ifwit Liv Pity It is owned bythoSociety of Soul Winners and supported by good people every wh reOrfhn girls between the ages of five and ihirteer will be received if eligiblerchope to take the boys later Before they are sentti 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 O Guerrant Wiltnore Ky Alto will thank all ministers and county officers to give informa tion as to any such children The Home will clothe educate and care for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward 0 Guorrant Wilmore Ky rKOKESSIONAL CARDS o RA IriviN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I R C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLnw TANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KongsNew I I Fo IC OUGHS OLDS Trial IPRIem MD ALL THROAT AND LUND TRGUBLES GUAnANTUD SATIBFACTOa- R1 MONEY DEFUNDED- w I The gnat Dlarritoaa IIIdDJsenlerJ Geilladj I Cures acute and chronic diarrhoea dysen cholera motes miner complaint Asiatic cholera and prevent thcdlvelo meet of typhoid few Sme woiiilcriiil I results in all ports of the world WORKS LIKE MACK JDonta good Iryorrdrn h trttIIanddoat-cue to get it tomes Us ct to t THEONTAJIIlo CHEMICAl COMPANY OswoaeN f U A r- FS t A flood ManT iliejvellknown lOur Dumb Animals which is solely devoted to the prevention of cruelty to animals is dentlat Boston Mass aged 80 years Mr Angels paper has been n most welcome visitor at this office for twelve years William J Bryan in an inter view in Chicago impressed his auditors with the idea that he will be a receptive candidate for thq United States Senate from Nebraska in 1911 Clear up the little tasks today and you will be ready for the big tasks tomorrow James McRoberts of Hamil ton is in the city on a business mission March 28 will be observed in Harrodsburg as temperance day OasBrushand family have moved to Hamilton Ohio Some conceptionof the expen sivcness of war may lie gathered when it is known that it costs as much to fire a 12inch gun as an editor makes in two years Ambition gets along faster when unhindered by a tender conscience byhimselfexperts along when he buys ail automobile If a man wants his wife to no tics that a button is off his coat let him lay a 12inch golden hair in careless wise across tHe Vacant spot FOR A LIMITED TIME YOU CAN GET THE Louisville WipteRegular Price 5 OOaYeir AND THE Clay City Times BOTH i YEAR FOR 30Q The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has thu best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news held coin pleUly Has the brat and fullest market reports- Democrutlain politics hut faireverybody Send Your Subsription Right Away to this paper not to TheLou isvill Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any time so get in note This rate is good only for mail nubscrip tions and we cannot accept orders for The Louisville Times where that paper has a regu Hr agent who furiahes papers by the month TWO PAPERS FOR LES THAN THE PRICE OF ON Very Serious It to a very serious mattes to ask for one Udneed have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be sinful to get the genuine bIAXtJri1verMediclae The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for constipation Indigestion and livertrouble id firmly established It does not imitate other nwdldaes It to better than others or it would not be the fa Ioargwaa1eSOLD DT TOWN Pa jJ X Chrtetlsrl Endeavor Program t1J7Christian En deavor Society meeting Sunday evening March 2nt 1009 Topic The ickcdG te ByrgherOrganist lMount Binai atid the Gate Leaders The Gate stands for the condi Lions orPaYdc 1LCoir Williams The Gato alwb Y for the main condition ofatroncoEdna Earnest v The GoldenRule Matt 712 Pearl Estes- Entrance atjjtne shut Gate Matt 13 and 1 Bennie Rich Hindrances lit jf lie way Luke 14 2585 ThossiRose The Christ Door Bolin 10740 Maude JFlefclfer The Door ofJdtJiph 2 1821 Mrs BushK 1 An Open Door Rev 8711 Bro Bush The DoorofaLore Tjohn I 8 1419 Mrs Williams The need ft of Perseverance Luke Q5762=Nova Rich lrThererNetr Danger T Is it poor policyfor the farm ore and the laborers of the land to help build np1ess than a dox en large stores situate l in rot cities to do businessof thoaeands of dollars in country towns Oni Ohicago ctncorn does a business through the riieils of 00000000 a yeti Twenty iliousnnd doles in basiuess f8 about the average for the ltiytbWt1store Here we have njisxiiifrple of one1 con cern doiiig Hio business of 8000 small stores tlif there not dan gerthat slibufcff thesegreatcone- corns thr t1 immense bus iness drive tlioJftpfil dealers out oftntde t V vvouldifeecome jike other greaj cQmbfne op pressors of the peggle- NaldeoftIVbSock Figures issued lief Depart ment of Agriculture show that upttO January Istjalit fhefe were 207400X horseS this country valued at l974d02jO0 as com pared with 19082Q01on farms the same date last year valued at l807580000i Theretere also during 19084ffl68QOO mules 21720000 milk cowsjund 50084 000 weep Thttfr otal value of all horses mulesrco s anti sheep oLL on farms last ye1s 8108 710000 The trial of farduer Nelson for shootingantnlting Moyd Horton on the traiiitiiithis coup ty the 4tlt of July Hfsljaa come pleted in the Gi Court terday fiIesotrnitnTtned200- and the cost You cant do tlieiTjmes n bet ter favor than by mnji or tale phoning us any news item you may know Our tefepbone num her 21 Icing usviipir- M r and Mrs in McKin nay visited relativea in Olarl thEe DEATtHS Mrs JnhnT TfHIlvhllsiiRtained two ii 1118 a hone two weeps tjMto tiled this thrrliuuinrigg ill thiR tltys ifir suvlfy years The funeri iFriin enients- haveIlntr i yet been Wide WlsfJ fprtlierh- lived at Virdenn hhlintvtlied- t 15 home near 1ogLn kt Qiurk- elUH ty1 aged 45 yiiiif ffeueneed- is survived lhv hie tfand three Itilllreu IWOn0usraItgltte e I i r- l M FA 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