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Digital page images are linked to the text file. at1 I I j kif + r4 THEr CLA LllTY TIMESt d0 hi Centsu Year hjAdyano f 1V ire here to help c1i Ije Surrouniiug Coautr aai Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher v V01 XIV CLAY CITY gr USDAT MARCH 25 J909 NO 12 Horrible Accident Tuesday mprnittr while burn ihg8ohie trash in the garden the clothing of Mrs Drusie Wright widdw of tho late B Frank Wright caught fire and burned the bpdy horribly She ran to apond near by and extinguished the flames but she was so Seriously burned that she passed a way early yesterday morning Her son and only child John T Wright of Illinois hits been tel egraphed for wJion the funeral arrangements will be made She is survived by her son a bove mentioned and three broth ers Messrs R T Kennon J M Kennon and Lyle Kennonand three sisters Mesdames Ann French Jennie Russell and J W Williams allof this county The Peace Oaks The great oak trees jn the gar den at the White House are known as the Peace Oaks They were planted previous to the Civil war by John J Oritten den and James B Beck of Ken tuckyi These men who were representing the state of Ken tucky in the United States son attempted to defer the war bymeans of a peace conference Their failure w fBynlbrtlized by plating twoacucnV from which jgjllleQ catAIilv giiarddd- ww t Two r8JhaU seedling oaks JPeace Trees sprout eitrom- f + aeorns flieiiratG a Iefico- p Oaks have bensent from the botanical S in Washington to beplantcd in one of thepublic parks in Kentucky rr-Oareful investigations show that the average business man- walksa mileih 18f minutes while the ordinary loiterer who never had any basines requires 20 minutes to walk the same die tance I New Mall Order WashI of postmasters to make mistake in getting letters in the wrong boxes have fixed a penalty o 200 dollars on persons taking mail out of the office other than their own and not returning at once This Law also includes newspapers Thte excuse that it is the postmasters fault makes no difference If you have been getting other peoples mail you had better take or youmay get yourself intotrouble Getting Busy We notice that our Congressman John W Langley is work ing overtime trying to redeem some of his campaign pledges to build a dosen bridges government buildings 18000 miles of turnpikes besides placing all the old home guards on the pension list and many other such item- too numerous to mention Now John dont forget our bridge we are needingit pretty badly these days Estill Herald Dies from Diphtheria A little son of Mr Itiid Mrs Oscar Milton v ho returned from this city toIllinois ft few week- ago ls dendofdiphthera Four other jofMiv Miltons children have the samft disease The beg- reaved paVentsJiaye Jiiejympa thy Qf tihost of Kenttekyfriend in tins and Estlll cdurityT iheir Jtrn 40rn mf it t1 i r At We recent examination in Prof Tracys private school in which he offered a prize for best grade the metal was awarded to Miss Blanche Shearer she gaining an average of 09 fy Misses Jessie Gaylord and Martha D Rose were close seconds and mudeiin average of 08o Easter comes this year the sec otld Sunday in April =thelltlK Y r n r nvr wic l1 JUST RECEIVED j i 4 tf 7 New Line of Ladies Cloaks and Wraps c y 4 r Newest Styles and Lowest Prices- j CALL AND SEE THEM I l J i j I W31V 1 Ai1VtyIOcrjihM i k cr h jrtJ d f 1 yM- y r r i J h f f i Q 28 havesInsane- Cash Gsy the during and for quite i51e successful horse thief is irein the Lexington transferredf Gently Graveso a rade through Lere abou elve years ado with cJoselyIwas outside emus city limits on the Spout bpritirand and fired at when Asa filnbwdeh was shot in stead andacne near dying Graves hereTfeluded the officers and moved Msssouri where he reformed andjjiiarried but was fi nally founw the Kentucky authorities attd brought hack to 1this state and pardoned He lived a r formed life for a few t r but broke out in his ldtjobstole two hors es and want to the pen from consClued wheii2hi went inane SmaUPox dwell Andvi living on SnoW creek tlulunty line broken out with sm llrpox at his homer lartiniattending him and reports thatfiWlule he has had a gettingsalong veryiikely nowt Several exposures tierthe family have been mlkde lit aside from this it islikelyt1i ilie disease will Ledfordshas no a i reh contracted Cite juli i- ifa fthe for 1leurly weeks than let Jiit Sterling court All of the family exposed has been viccinated and it is thought that the disease will be confined to them alone tKicking out of Largo Contracts A story com from Lexington that several independenttobacco firms who purcltaseasome of the Burley Societyp66l last fall lud thrown many hogsheads of their purchase bacloit the hands of the society 3y taking advan tage of a clause in the contract in reference ttthe delivery of the tobacco it is alleged that many independent firms may repudiate their contracts For this cause it is sajdj much delay has occurred in tliefpaymeht Of mon ey due to the growers in the pool This contingency has also had its enecj bu tho proposed pool for 1100 crop i We weref1error lust week when we stafe d that Miss Mary Lyle was qualifiedas one of theteacher8lix miners She was qualified ae Notary Public The RevJ Mi Adams has been appointed nftj fexii miner and he together with= Irvin and lrB Sylvia Rjissei constitute the board of examiners Mrs W NiiBush is receiving most beautifacollection of mil linery and millinery requisites for the Spriiigtrade Mrs Bush possesses Ieriorabilityin making and trimming hats to order and to pleAs Sree her announce moot in thus+ of the Times Judge Young of Mt- Sterling IB tf prominently n opeant rltlocan ili 4y r Kentucky r- Lr c j f IS- 1y r Who Pays the Dill After all the todo that preced ed it the Teddy administration ended in a farce says an exchage His expedition to Africa was to be half paid by the Smitsonian Institute The joke of this is that ho as President was the head of the Institute when the generous offer was made him by himself But that is not all The Institute went after money for him and is said to have collected 25000 more Five thousand dollars of this came from Harriman the man Roosevelt so vehemently denounced and 5000 from the Rockefeller in terests which he tried so strenu ously to destroy I This completes the farco of it No wonder the President turned pale the min ute his stunt was over and left the stage The applause was deafening and the laughter a general thing Indirect Taxes Indirect taxes is the easiest way to skin jaspers who cant think clearly Most any fellow youmeet cannot tell you how much he actually pays for the support of the national govern meat It is in the price of his food clothing and other things hid away is schedules of original costa and he doesnt know that he pays anything Most of them think the foreigners are paying the tariff Do you wonder that sucheasy suckers are skinned out f1fmfl linl ity A Little Dry Weather Up till yesterday we had no rain to amount to anything r more than a week The roads have dried up wonderfully and Ire now about right to travel were they not quite so rough Early gardeners have gotten in some work To Consult the Will of People Indications are that President Taft in making Federal appoint ments in the South intends to consult as far as possible the wishes df the Senators from the states in which the offices are to be filled In pursuance of this policy the President has had an interview with some Southern Senators regarding the distribu tion of some offices in their states To Remove Stumps Bore a large hole in it to the depth of about fifteen inches put into the opening a handful of saltpeter and fill with water Plug the hole and allow it to re main closed for about four monthsThen remove the plug and pour about a gallon of hero sene into it to saturate the stump Set the mass of wood on fire and the whole thing roots and all will be consumed 011 from Cockle Burr Our people will be glad to learn that an oil is now being ex tracted trom the much despised and bothersome cutlclo burr A fine grade of oil is being extract ed from the burr in at least one mill in the South Monday March 22 was the sum timer solstice on which date the days and nights are everywhere rtf equal length The dAys will now gradually grow longer uptiJi1 line 22 when they takr I f r 1lgJr JtIIr HAY FOR SALE 27 Tons of No i Balled May Clean of Weeds I Old Ky 734x Phone R F D NoTr Chas B Hainline IILevee Ky III l BIJlIJ 1 t bj Look for my d OPENING ANOUNCEMENT IIN I Issuej d IiA Dont Buy until You See my LINE pH rWill Have Opening in Plenty of Time for EASTER I Am NOW Able to Give my Business my ma Personal Attention J r LIlliMRsl1il m 1101 1- ry t s r- c r p yin- a w- y l K- j 1K fi FTTPI4 J JjtT TIMES 50Cents a Year inAdvancWe ire here to helpCIa e Sariounjiog Couolr and Ourselves 11 Burgher Publisher Vorxiv CLAY CITY tfxSttUftSDAY MARCH 25 1909 NO 12J Horrible Accident Tuesdaymorning while burn ihgeoino trash in the garden the clothing of Mrs Drusie Wright widdw of the late B Frank Wright caught reand burned the body horribly She ran to apond near by and extinguished the flames but she was so seriously burned that she passed a way early yesterday morning Her son and only child John T Wright of Illinois has been telegraphed for wJien the funeral arrangements will be made She is survived by her son a bove mentioned and three broth ers Messrs R T Kennon J M Kennon and Lyle Kennon and three sisters Mesdames Ann French Jennie Russell and J W Williams all of this coup ty The Peace Oaksr The groat oak trees in the gar den at the White House are known as the Peace OaksH They were planted previous to the Civil war by John J Oritten den and James B Beck of Ken tucky These men who were representing the state of Ken tacky in the United States son ate attempted to defer the war by means of a peace con ferettco byplai4tingygr6 4Jhesci caaref pfly gtMrdeji t let t Two small t seedling oakss + Peace Trees sprout i from ky co stlieraG Ietco Cafes have bens nt from the botanical gardens in Washington tobeplanted in one of the public parks in Kentucky I r Careful investigations show that the average business mad walks it mileih 18 minutes while the ordinary 10 trtrvhonever Ksid any business requires 20 minutes to walk the same die stance New Mall Order WashIington of postmaster to make mistakes in getting leHr8iri the wrong boxes have fixed a penalty of 200 dollars on persons taking mail out of the office other than their own and not returning at once ThisLaw also includes newspa pers Thfe excuse that it is the postmasters fault makes no difference If you have been get ting other peoples mail you had better take or may get yourself intotrouble Getting Busy We notice that our Congress man John W Langley is work ing overtime trying to redeem some of his campaign pledges to build a dosen bridges govern ment buildings 13000 miles of turnpikes besides placing all the old home guards on the pension list and many other such items too numerous to mention Nw John dont forget our bridge wo are needingtit pretty badly these days JSstili Herald i tiles from Diphtheria A little son of Mr Wild Mrs Oscar Milton v ho returned from this to Illinois ft few weeks ago is dndofdiphthera Four othet brMt MHtons children have the amt idisensef The bereaved pafentshaco Jhesynipa thy qf ahostofICentucky friends in tlilff and Estlll bdunty their r tJfitoIe Y r Attle recent examination in Prof Tracys private school in which hq offered a prize for best grade the metal was awarded to Miss Blanche Shearer she gain ing an average of 09 ro Misses Jessie Gaylord and Martha D Rose were close seconds and madean average of 08 ro Easter comes this year the sec old Sunday in April thevllth vq ter o = h N A c r vl I JUST RECEIVED tttatnllsw New Line of Ladies Cloaks and Wraps 1 t I Newest Styles and Lowed Prices 1 j CALL AND SEE THEM I 4drki i C R i Ol 1 t a m iI d + 1 r f Ca idravcs Insane- Cash Gr A the during and for quiteawiile Bticcesaful horse thief isJte in the Lexington nsylunirlmvjng been transferred there frQle ponitentiary recently Graves nude a rade through hero aboatWelve years ago with two Btoienl r6es officers closely pursuing flwas overtaken just outside tiveeity limits on the SpoutvSprinr road and fired at when Asa Sowden was shot in stead and acne near dying Graves fieo llldecl the officers and moved Msssouri where he reformed Q married but was finally found the Kentucky au thorities aid brought hack to this t telRedand pardoned He a life for a few yearsitfter but finally broke out in hia ol job stole two parses and wasJS tit to the pen from Grautj county i where he was con fined whenflit went insane JW SmaUPox In Powell AndvJJedjrord living on Snov creek UuntJ lids broken out with 8mAI1 pox at Ins bortie Dr Martinisattending him and reports thatewlile he has had a pretty seyerejittack he is getting along veryjinirtly now Several exposureriiin Me family have been nAdef4i jt aside froth this it iB likeJy7lw the disease will not spreadifSclher Mr Ledford has noidi a inrhe contraotedli the 1igeaee li e4 b eutof thQ chi f iri3earlya e weeks thanVttf Mt Sterling court All of the funnily exposed has been vicchifttedVand it is thought that the disease will be confined to them alone tKicking Out of Contracts A story comefrro Lexington that several independent tobacco firms who purchasedsome of the Burley Society pool last fall hid thrown many h thelrrpurchase bacK 011 the hands of the society By taking advan tage of a clause in the contract in reference to the delivery of the tobacco It is that many indepeidentfirms may re For this cause it is sajdj much delay has occurred in tI p yment Of mon ey due to the growers in the pool This contingency has also had its eflecCbu the proposed pool for 1909 drop We were vA error last week when we 8tardthat Miss Mary Lyle was qualified as one of the teachersjjlexaminers She was qualified ae Public The RevJ Mi Adams has been appointed a lI examiner and he together withfSup t Irvin and Mrs H constitute the board of examiners 1 Mrs W NiiBnsh is receiving a most beautifiaVcollection of mil livery and mjllinery requisites for the SprihgJtrade Mrs Bush possesses ability in making and trimming hats to order arid to pleasSfrSee her announce montinthieisue of the Times Y Judge AliliW Young of Mt Sterling j prominently pjintloneil Ii r can ciid tefor y r ttif Kentucky 9 jjjjjjj i Who Pays the Bill After all the todo that preced ed it the Teddy administration ended in a farce says an excliage His expedition to Africa was to be half paid by the Smitsonian Institute The joke of this is that he as President was the head of the Institute when the generous offer was made him by himself But that is not all The Institute went after money for hum and is said to have col lected 25000 more Five thousand dollars of this came from Harriman the man Roosevelt so vehemently denounced and 5000 from the Rockefeller in terests which he tried so strenu ously to destroy I This completes the farce of it No wonder the President turned pale the min ute his stunt was over and left the stage The applause was deafening and the laughter a general thing Indirect Taxes Indirect taxes is the easiest way to skin jaspers who cant think clearly Most any fellow youmeet cannot tell you how much he actually pays for the support of the national government It is in the pride of his food clothing and other things hid away is schedules of original costs and he doesnt know that he pays anything Most of them think the foreigners are paying the tariff Do you wonder that n outfirA Little Dry Weather Up till yesterday we had no rain to amount to anything r more than a week The roads have dried up wonderfully and are now about right to travel were they not quite so rough Early gardeners have gotten in some work To Consult the Will of People Indications are that President Taft in making Federal appoint ments in the South intends to consult as far as possible the wishes df the Senators from the states in which the offices are to be filled In pursuance of this policy the President has had an interview with some Southern Senators regarding the distribution of some offices in their states To Remove Stumps Bore a large hole in it to the depth of about fifteen inches put into the opening a handful of saltpeter and fill with water Plug the hole and allow it to re main closed for about four monthsThen remove the plug and pour about a gallon of kerosene into it to saturate the stump Set the mass of wood on fire and the whole thing roots and all will be consumed 011 from Cockle Burr Our people will be glad to learn that an oil is now being extracted trom the much despised and bothersome suckle burr A fine grade of oil is being extract ed from the burr in at least one mill in the South Monday March 22 was the sum iner solstice on which date the days und nights are everywhere rtf equal length The drays will now gradually grow longerjintil lone 22 when they takr 4 Itlr 1 pgJr iJJ tr flHAY FOR SALE 27 Tons of No I Balled Hay Clean of Weeds if 4 Old KyPhone 734x R F D Nofc Chas B Mainline Levee Ky III ajt3 jLook for my1OPE- NING ANOUNCEMENTI iw Next Weeks Issuei ifdrA t Dont Buy until You See my I LINE h Will Have Opening in Plenty I of Time for EASTER I I Am NOW Able to Give my Business my ma Personal Attention m Respectfully MRS W N BUSH ROOML tI t 1 l f LI t4r 44 N q THE TIMESI IUIILISIIIU t KVKUV T11UU8UAT J U Hunjher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents litoerd as rietomlclnHS trail mutter Thursday itch 25 lta0 CLUB HATES For tin convenience of our sub airibeM we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnnti Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 7 a Home and Farm 7fi When to Break up Bluegrass Dont break up your good bluegrass pastures Missouri farmors sly that if a firstclass blue grass pasture is broken up nnd put through a rotation it will take from ten to twenty years to get MS good a blue grass pasture in its place Henry Wallace says he has never been able to secure as good a pasture of blue grass on any land that has ever been bro ken up as he could secure by seeding it on a wild prairie and pasturing closely until the bluegrass gets a good hold Blue grass pasture properly handled will increase in value from year to year and ho often advised farmers not to break up their blue grass pastures or suf fer them to be broken up untill their youngest grandchild is 21 years old They will not however rot the full benefit of blue grass pastures if they merely pasture them and let thorn alone nor will they if they pasture them too closely They should jsmJUno s u o the spring and one in the fall It t dJS a rest about the first or the middle of July isT not ready tu begin work again until the tall ruins come The farmer who pastures blue grass into the ground these two montlts cant welt kill it but ho can see riously injure it It is almost impossible to kill out a once thoroughly yet lue grass sod on laud t it bit a it is adapted Tin roii Morms may get into it anti s very spear ot grass siuii i you lan strip the tied eli you would u carpet Any Time is Bliss Time Keep a box of BUss Native Herbs on hand for all emergen cies for headachedistressa- fter tingblllousnesscon stipation rheumatism blood disorders Take a tablet once In I a while just for healths sake II BLISSNATIVE I Is an oldtlme remedy of roots herbsand barks pressed Into tabletseasy to take 300 tablets for 3100guaranteed to benefit or money back Get the genuine in yelow boxes onlymade by BLISS In Washington D C SOLD nY W G PATRICKK- IMBRBLL KY 4 1 n off tho floor but there is always enough seed lef to reseed iUf left alone The man who turns a lot of experienced brood sows into a pasture thus infested and lets them do their own sweet will shuts his eyes till they are through and then htrrpws it overtakes a wise course lie takes a still wiser course if before he harrows he sows some clover and timothy seed to occupy the ground until the hue grass gets thoroughly at work again Therefore avoid close pasturing the hot season If you must pasture during the hot season pasture lightly during the early part of the year so that there will be plenty of grass for the cattle without gnawing it into the ground If however you would get thefull benefit disk it every three years thus preventing it from getting sodbound und at the saute time sow some clover seed in order to supply it with nitrogen There ore some pretty good bluegrass pastures not very far from Olay City and there should he more There can be more if our peoplo would only try by sowing the seed and heed the ad vice given above The Difference Gov Willson says the State of Kentucky will be not less limn 2000000 behind before the trouble can oven partially be relieved by incoming tax It means I1t1Frankfortcompare Willson with Berk hum Beckham went in as Governor February IflOO with no money in the Treasury and 500000 in out standing bonds issued by the i Bradley administration to pay running expenses During his administrations these 500000 bonds Were everyone paid jtpe7 capitol erected atyUpfwi for to cast J JOJje0 tiQ State out of debt and left 1400000 in the Treasury Willson thus found 1400000 in the Treasury the state out of debt and u new capi tol paid for Eighteen months after he went in lie announces from his own lips that there is n mon ey in the Treasury 174000000 left by the Beckham administration all goneand the state now nearly 2000000 in debt Do you think a wise move was made when the people of the state made this change HootDeafness Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of tlif tar 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 tho Eustachian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is tile result and unless tl e infhmntion can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Del lars for any case of Deafness onus ed by catarrh that cannot be cur ed by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars flee F J CHENEY tC CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Jfills Family Pills for con stipation For SaleCottageflour rooms in business part of town Apply nt This olllce 1 r t 110 j tSto DistressF- ought to keep some Diupepeln i the house as fillY Oslo of yell Iwaybavc nn attack of IndlJtcstl a or itro1nch trouble I1t any tlne1lilyIr li Iiwtr this harmless epirntion will digest UIIJ llllll YC1t rat andover come a spur etoinHch five minutes afterwards i If your nWlfHpnt tempt you ol what littleyt drdo eat seems to Hit you or Uy Uke a lump of lead in your stomach or if you have heartburn lhat a sign of Indi geStiftn Jf Ask your ab0ycent cl cClr P 8 take one trionguleniter supper to night There uTil be nil sour ris lug no bflchtng of undigested rood mixed withueid no stomach gas MI heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating iIJeaa che8 Dizziness or intestinal grip1This will nIL go hurl buries be no sour fund left aver in the xtriinach to poison your breath willf liausi OUR odort S Phpls Dilipep in Is ltcdlh curl fur jiIIstilnu i milerr tleeILpS il 111 takeh of our Itit I it jlloltftllIIIIlle UP li iyiurS- tonulpii t+ 1l eletnal lro t1itC for nary Tr- loill IIulcsr IlynUr Piharrtia y ejI waiting rti Tht ill I 1 flit u9t eontap- rlure tI Jill eUflf 1 In Cllrl tti III itpsisitiurrlnliltIstiorl t 11ImIkeDonnf J iU iill r PrtieC rc iJ ea rri intManetlTndbTepi aatrstnea tIeII10 Ir W eRlail HJAKANMEB TO PLCABE Write today Menttcn tlsli Paper JVOA GSEND 10 CENTSpony and l t- tdLNca eef this lnbleor al ItGItI with m ear btnldh Reullfed l4 4 Plant B5Uibal W taMilS n of Sad Tlaatr11 LL lieolbtle d YUCEg ii i s 4 i Fruit and Ornamental TREES i 1 tj i Everythingfor t b v tn Ocrhard Lawn and j j 1ft GardenWrit T1d IZatalogue If t r I H F lIillenmcveiSonsJ LEXINGTON KY H poresthethat ordinary strap will hot dissolve SKIDOO Ic3 off all thb dirt It Is a new discovery in soii containing an Ingredient nut fuuudlnoriyuthcreoaps- or cleaners Imparts a sensation to lh tlldnllniJ Js Sxceptloij ally good fur tho lath TO THE HOUSEWIFE Taken soft rn withulitlk SKIDOO on1 it and you ran tieltifriware brass or nickel wash your and in fact cleah anything and ithd same time it dots itit luinn the stunt like ordinaryscuurilijsoapsSKIDOO igdrtiian any other kind of soap Sir Ti d 5 youAgreatgrocer or drnifl t WrIt us r we wilt send cnt u pntlage ifIROW Oil 47 gtt 4 lfIf r t c 1 Every TimeYotf f CReadThisAdr J k r YOULL THINK OF L USv c L l j h 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 spew tally so in the slower moving stores where things are rev er ahnstle until the customers make them Sometime J pits April before some folks do any shopping at all Now wo are going to try to change this Spring This Marchy i e1Venrogoing to start Springtrading off right on the first day of this month You see you might is well do it now and get it off your mind early Besides you have the radvantage of early Sp1I1g8clecfiulI advance ulioviiiiga that have been cominir to the store for somo days past t And then there is quite a good M inkling of bargains left from last winter V bnttonifThe prices on these latter will hItlt to the very of possibility in order to run theimnt during the first tHoc s teen liavR of this month Doucepnsgiven on all Purchases J iIIIa lam k 3yiEsjw WilliamsWeuanaet OCHSOiOrgnueaPhone lint WtMpyau No prcvmii expe rune or knowl edge Write Todayi1 our Ihonei- H pms doec Iron Inc I tomethnrneerdonc xe Cot trtkuUrt t Wra Today i r Crt ou took ALL ABOUT THE TELEPHONE tdepbonesHowI wrkand Regular pre ZS tents Wi mall it sboltely hue Ii 011 ha surd ticLneM t711m Arrtstef ffuar for aiotWree REMEMBER THIS OFTER IS WriuTc Ur I TELEPHONE COMPANY w1I Sox 73 lSEEDS1frish Guaranteed to Please CudCOCT end plauterilHiulillntih iNortbenarutrb SPECIAL OFFERl fOR10CENTSI t eona7T 1 Pte aullh to- tI 111 pit grrwhadFdMrr rrilonriuti 1o TultlaiI rtiItrdl iI- t11 PM lb cool to Ip h 4- pInr CIt I dla1lart41r with our ml 111 Uadn II i1TIIIRiYYkn CO 13M1oaeSt 1 r1 unooll 1 4- t x l Clay city YrNrKehtUcky t1 f rhc U 11 Vhavebredanrer dany M bdnrhey b Wrtt Fo hdUM OIIn MCJFC our Lt1mf iwilhJILifcUnutK th hole outfit warranted tad nteed t112L 3 FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY THE SUMTER MANUFACTURING SUMTER 8 ey I Pelao Ipit be n J nom 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE cI 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC Aftrn8l8Mln a s1leteb an4 d8lertgtln mar quickly ortsln Inrent probabirW1top b tommuntea lIatentatpttal noUlI without OIIaraein tho Rmerkaorelry1 a I tour rnontll newdeal t i tCrert gainroar i8115thOr5cekvstwubVgtonAC i r J F t- t 1 t 1- r c TIlE TIMES c AN ALL IIOMEMA PAF ER THURSDAY Mcli 25 1009 LOCAL BREVITIES Or Bor n Tuesday March 28 to Mrs OlilF Stokeley a son Ii Miss Mollie Johnson entered Stanton College this week Mrs Margaret Richardson of Lexington visited friends here 0 MondayReuben Tipton of Winchester t was here tins last of the week on i a business mission Mrs Ellen McKinnoy visited relatives in Madison county a few days this week Mrs A Mountz has been very t i sick for some time but is now improving very nicely Miss Patsy Bush has returned from a visit to Dr and Mrs E R Bush at Winchester 0 W Barnett of Winchester is hero a few days looking after some business interests Judge W T Adams was called Monday to Madison county to see his sister Mrs Annie Oruse who is very sick Oscar Mackey who has been confined to the house for three weeka with rheumatism is now a letg9 about town again Notwithstanding the recent freezes the fruit crop isstill safe and peach buds early plums and pears are just ready to burst through President Tafts inaugural address contained five times as 4 much as President Roosevelts did and more than that of any other President except William H Harrison Choice home grown Early Roses ed Irish Pot t8toe for sale I Mrs Nannie Pryor Spout Spring Iy Thobigplaningmill of Swann Day Lumger Company which has been closed down for several months will start again for an other run Mrs John T Hazelrigg whose death notice appeared last week revived after the item was print ed but passed away again TheI remains were taken to Mt Ster ling Saturday for intermentI Kills Slayer A merciless murderer ill Appen dicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels prevent I A that clogging that invites ap apendicitis curing Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Head ache find Indigestion 2ffc at all druggists Oklahoma farmers have form ed a cooperative organization which if present plans are carIried out will enter the business and will also i Sacking at every grain shipping point in the State It Saved Ills Leg All though Id Jose my leg witesJ A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema thaf 1s doctors coud not cure had at last laid me pup Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound end well0 Infallible for Skin Erup tions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts anti Piles 256 at all drugstores 1 I n J A league to promote refine ment among young men has been organized by a number of young girls of Morocco Ind Among other sthe girls assert that the failure of a man tcntake the home paper is an evidence of a lack of intelligence and that ho will hetoo stingy to provide for a family and educate histhil drenr The Lurid Ulow of Doom was seen in the red fcelhands and body of the little Son of H M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from ezema had for five years defied all remedies and baf fled 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 anU all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 500 Guaranteed by all Druggists Christian Endeavor Program for the Christian En deavor Society meeting Sunday evening March 28th 1009 Missionary Books Home and Foreign Isa 62012 LeaderMollie Johnson OrganistNora Rich Song Ill Go Where You Want me to Gosociety- Our Missionaries are Watch men Mrs Martin Free Giving to the building of the Lord HighwayAdaJohnson- Alines or Americans Mrs Harry Shattuck The Challenge of the City Kate Hutchinson Song I Love to Tell the Sto rySocietyThe Geneva Adams Song Never AlOneSociety- Roll Call- Paytnent of Dues Song Benediction Near Death IHDikPondi It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For yearsa severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes hand several limes nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors Said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief anda cure so perma nent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works won tiers in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGripoo Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchial affections EOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by nil Druggists M M sOULTRY FENCEVeti Clobe Me lbupltd t oahNra4I ehper Iles tjWrit tr caalocIbowIfulnl a of rOD ii 3ciiti main CO DtbHoJII Real oat I R Y all to be Fine Few people here know that you cun jurethat dread American dis ease llheumatlsm with Just com mon everyday drugs found in any drug store The prescription is so simple thatany one can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up as follows Get from any good Fluid Ex ract Dandelion one h9lf ounce Compound itnrgon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking in a bottle ahcUake in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime These are all simple ingredientsAi making an absolutely harmless home remedy U little cost Rheumatism as every one knows is a Bymptdm of deranged kidneys It is a condition produced by the failure of the kidneys to properly filter or strain from tin blood the uric aCId arid other matter which if not eradicated either in the u rine or through the skin pores re mains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints and muscles causing the untold suffer ing and deformity of rheumatism This prescription is sKid to be a splendid healing cleansing and in vigorating tonic to the kidneys and gives almost Immediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary troub les and bickaclie Maj Curtis F Burnam a most tinted Republican leader of Rich mond is dead aged eightysix Notice to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden by the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no Lice B B HUTSON V V VY CAPITAL STOCK 100000 SURPLUS AND UN DiynjpD FITS 100000 I Pro J r TDE WETOHESTER BANK OF WJNnSTElR Ky t ITOLLY1y1T11HfsPOONPREs i W H 8firAit CASHIER YOUR ACOUNTS HOLIOITBD 1f M 2 B F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a tall Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and S SuItsy Also can furnish Home Made Cof fins to Order on Short Notice I When Deslrea West Bend Iy IeooJprlAUPPIN WatchlnakertJ eta Jeweler s I r All Kinds of Watch and Clock w Repairing Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED Unit of JewelrySpeCUlCles i Call and sea me in the Red River Hotel IJuliding CLAYCtmf KENTUCKY tb3 +++ffi+++f++H ++4 + 3 Jt y f It Mi r t l J Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence I Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky f sIt+++ +++oH++++ +++++I++++++ +++d b+++d F4 + +t++i+4++++ +++ Fv+lift AI WEEKLY 6 itIa NationnLNewspaper Democptic in politics ifIsprints all the news without fear or favor The t price is 1100 a ypar but you can get thecWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL nndIif THE CLAY CITY TIMES f Both OneYear For 100 I IIf you Iipernot++ + + t + ++ +H+ b Dally CourierJournal a Year S + r 11IyMM ++4+ + + + ++ t ++fdt+ + + + + +s + + + i + + ++++ + t + + of + iS1 r l W t I m S i ICLAY CITY BANK NATIONAL I CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Capit I Paid in 5000000fj Surplus and Profits 1000000 acIAccounts incorporations Firms and Individuals cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with J modern and careful bunking fi Savings Department x 3 Compound Interest Paid SemlAnnunlly on Savings Deposits IJif HOARD OF DIRECTORS I M H COUKTNEV J D ADKINSOK CIIAULES SCOTT J F Cox A T WHITT I m CUM M H OFFICERSI A T Wutrr iasbier- Rr 1 t +++4 +d + +++++++++++r b ++++++++++r+t 6 fINSURE WIXII i N SON t + The Xjouclliifj Iti maiioo AfjoiitH loot EuHtorn Itoiittiolcy + t IRepresen Every one who knows anything about insurance know t- E theyare leaders in this linef+ atS4t v+++++ + + ++++ +++++ ++++++ ++ +++++i j c rdo t r President Taft says the g v1 ernment by July 1st will be short nt least one hundred million dol lars and urges a measure by Cei gress to relieve the situation s Wo Bu- yFURS I Hides and ow DWlW Qlm P IyJAP cr etc Vle tC d I est 1650O r iw focnetsia i at d coo et far ve than a JoItercntJ Ra any LcuanSU Wu for rc Ay i piicg sap SaboS Sons t St LOUISlLE KV We The Orphans The Orphans Home at Clay is ready for the orphan girls It is a larg- three brick house beautifully Clay City It is owned by the of Soul Winners and by good people everywhere girls between the ages and thirteen will be received eligible We hope to take later Before they are want to know the name health character etc etc those who have neither father will bo recieved at Ve request all those who have children to write to Dr 0 Guerrant Wiltnore Ivy will thank all ministers and officers to give informa tion WooC any such tJhildrenThe Home clothe educate and car for for His sake wh loves There is not a better hone Write nt once to Edward O Guerrant Wil CAlms nore Ky A IRVIN M D AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY SMITH M D AND BURGEON CITY KY I R WELCH + KENTUCKY in all Courts of the COUCH AND THE LWllCS DisyenrI II iFOR CounselloraLnw QUCH3 OL S Trial 60PRIcni AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED I They D fi Oen and Di erg EeBied jCures acute nnd chronic dinrrhoea dysen cumjlJunlASIJUc ment of typhoid fivir hme wonderful results obtained in nil hasof thi vorld II WORKS LIIS MAUIC I tJonLtcaroIDont s c k W H Harrison of the Con federate Veteran Homoat Pewee Valloyis visiting relatives in the county Learn to laugh A good laugh is better titan medicine Learn how to tell a story A welHoJdl story is a welcome a sick room The world is too busy sorrowsLearnto yourself Learn to stop croak lug If you caniiof see any good in the world keep the bad to yourself Learn to hide your pains and aches under pleasant smiles No one cares whether you have the earache headache or rheumatism Dont cry Tears do well enough in novels but are out of place in real life Learn to meet your friends with a smile A good humored man or woman is always welcome but the dys peptic is not wanted anywhere and is a nuisance as well AboVe all give pleasure Lose no chance pluseonce Any good thing therefore j that you can show to any human be lag you had better nowdo not defer or neglect it fr you will not pass this way again A Lewiston Idaho business college has adopted the modern newspaper as a textbook with unusual success The market reports the movement of stocks grain fluctuations and current news are discussed daily in the class room John D Rockefeller says that he hnsquit tryingto makemon eynnd has the Brother peeo that he bus queer ideas of br tlieth ort T I FOR A LIMITED TIME YOU OAN GET THE Louisville TimesIlegulirrPtlcc 500 a Year V ntANDmIJE 1f1 Clay City tftnesB- OTH YEAR FOR 300 The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has thu Lest corps of corresponds r tints i Covers theKentucky field perfectly Covers the general nets fleldjconi- pletoly Has the heat anti fullest rinirkgt reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subsription RightAway this jmper not to The Lou Ito Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any I time so get in now This rate is good only for mail subscrip tions and we cannot accept or ders for The Lbuleville Tiaus where that paper has a regu hr agent who futsheR pa pers by tho month TWO PAPERS FOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF ONE Serious- It is a very seripus tnatter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given yout For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine W1UBLACK liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for constipation In m digestion and liver trouble Is firm j3 ly established It does not imitate 3 m thanothersvorite liver powder with a larger II sale than all others combined 3 SOLD IN TOWN Fz I si1l arSAJllek Shears and Shwhi 1 rt I8tQt reCitycU Coitldrlt lot ttit3smoHFe- tched theIr inutby jlng Conldnt buy a b1thingC- ouhlnt meet c e face I And then sell iemS8JfRgPOU grace j Country trade waswhitt they sought boughtJkorethey They sent a catalogiwby mAil Out to every ie Guttln mail atJowwih Run We set upnt nfgli t itreaa when wed ortor beffit in bed J JK Book whs boujbiffna sin Had It lot of pieta I n- And a list of inerohandlso Every kind and vysize Givln prices tha t sworo Knocked out store Looked seemed so tHo I bit Itt sostraIShtlfitd Jims the way Best man over worked In hay Just let hint rSlK tock Sheds rain Hkea ur les back Plensute just toe dot vork Never knety 01 Jim to shirk Swings a scythtfliKejit wife play Love to watch Itlin ii his way Well we like a psirrof foots sent off Gut 511110 ktayin tools Jim got a harriesslahd a plow In rl1uglI seo tSfnow Drnt the tiling it was so light Used it for a torchr t night Tlirowed the darlmfiinp frt the yard UseitnowforreirnerinMard t O Fore Jim used thfflplotv an hour Found the thbgA ouldnt scoureaTried his haraoss Broke it g 1 Sought for solac mhis V In tho cooler illdih t night Jim reflcctcdymngHgUti jIn inorningjBiejinrd toUI Hardware mcr bailed Jriolilf WCIMSinco lie left th ossumjail Says ho wont jioodlbtrrifU Says Dlcksfiheaperjanyhow Alight hava savtjd on the plow On the titltergiOsomeattoro- At his old frI0ndj ldwitre store Thu says w8canx11 notrttelr- Tosieh r folksu I Theyll takealosltetcsy But O ltbJ1y o 0 That seemed thirty Btjarigtito me Sal told oh Jim Id e So I wrote them thai nlght Just to see if Jim wiis right btfAsttheni ii Payfor outs Could they use Bomli hind nbouC four tonssjnhay I could eln t A1yay ColIdrCurnHmMrj irB Wjthhls family roa t3rff Alttn Uldmy friend Sawbuckti uysotttO olmy gun en- iwcr J 1i j M same one s nexIIay- Said they couldnt ustifouchav i Couldnt use our oats rAltoats Didntlikerourhiily ats- 11liemthey needed t tr1 eat ouglit it own on 1 alt r frect Sorry but they gnus 9 Amthlng but CASU t 8e I sot down ntid wrot Li thouI- l llnta to trouble yotMgain But I want to thank your ira ofctwrifIfDo hint good sirs lien yon cnn sleepSliearit The Year NVIthouB 7 SHmmerI Tho year 1810 ifasyi remarka ble cold weatherje ptd and is I known as raa Vwithoiit a summer In thfc tjvear theri was A sharp frost P very montIl and the people alljjpyjrj the world i began to t t timo great and definite chan lntli oirtlt- was taking place ITflefItrm rf used to refer tniHleihteen hundred mid stRrNtto death rostico aril were om mon in June Alti11 every greeiT i thins Yrts killer tm the fruit was nearly ill destw ejL Jurinj I the month snow ftjJttThp iltipt of three ladles fit rSftivXt1rlt it a- Itassachusettsand Hi Hichos in Maine There hlP fiMhHHHl1 labInwag p1oriy all ilea R IX l hir E- taillC eetltuta Ice CnJfJiftlr thick formed A fife A PrtjV north wind pet Ill sum mete = 0 i 3 hr V i 1t N A Simple Remedy J Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a Dimple i nonintoxicating remedy recommended to 1 women of all ages womanly pains irregularity i falling feelings nervousness weakness and any i other form of sickness peculiar to females i I 1 TAKE I i I c- It l Will Help You Mrs K 0 Beaver of Unidoi Route No 1 Mar bleton Tenn writes I suffered with bearing down pains feet swelled pain in right side headache pains in shoulders nervous palpitation and other troubles Icannot mention but I took Wine of Cardui and have found it the best medicine I ever used for female troubles Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES SUtITi RY OF L A E TIr1E TflSLE BustBound WestBnnnd L No 2 Daily pM 253t05 a 20 3 inn 11 li8 4 4I5 414 7 4 sii15 441 h tlb OO5G I Np4 Daily A Z I- X735 8HaSW 842 Hi2 oiur 915 92298B Q43 O a5G 10t7 1ll1 L20 f Stations iJesinglon Vinphe L R E Junction Indianwl FdN StantoaRncelvn Filsontfumptitn = TnrtotTorii Natural Torrenr 4I3eilttvvllle i Te i functi91lfJ INI Sun I A M O 111 1l- UOQ i s lssrr r8Qt 803i8 R jI 7ai04h15 t O JOJs INO31 1p 05 ZIr n- ii07 453t131 1 W 114t JMii 3 U- 32Q j2g j NQ 6 Sunday Only I AM 10211 o n 81 O 010 81t4 Bi0 tS 28 tli26 Ql j 7rIC 1 5tr 7k 1 The Follocvliig jONN gTIO 1S areTniida Dally I51miLa E Tun Lion 1 will connectNith LI j C Ritll 7wllrftr Jt StrifiigICy Campfon Junetlon No8li 2i Hr4YIII cdnnQtavith the Moan tarn GontriMtilvfty fir passengers toiffid frlinsiarpJfinr ICy BeattyvilkJunctit 0s N Yi1l Jimn t H1 fltev L bk W1lI WtY lr 1 0 iS K Junction JTos 3 and4 wnr connect With the iJ Ititil way for Cannel City Kjr hnd wily etatione J p J j4 c irsKE a w 7 T tt F4U1rKJCi5iK ila not a cure ll but nguaranterdeure for RiwucwtUnvbcfh inflammatory and chronic Yuriti a tire blood r acid 91vm t ll 1 t is gold tt1dll a plain guarantee to rcfurd tine moneyifHrcHutrfi i r airdphan riliovrtl chronic Q d lung coitiuucd attacks or rU unarini uiier ire Lt phynicitino had fatted to do so it la a preparotin that cannot bex Tied Has beeu testcd by the people leading dmcffisia mcrcliaits a1IiU5 nlllO some of the kadn drug manufacturers or this country TlitBo mea of authority all pronounce Brcedena Rheumatic Curo perfect as a preparation can bo niado and as having no equal Guaranteed under the Pure I ood and Uriig Act Price SlUO SALE HY DRUGGISTS Ifour dealer should not this qtion writo direct to usjDR=EDEN MEDICINE CO Inc Chattanooga Tenn t I MeGULLOUGHS LIFEBLOOD SftVM W FiERa A Speedy and Safe Romedytfpr all Oissasas of IIia Sbh BindJ Restores Vitality Renews Strength Cleanses end EnricheaTlherlood An 1 especially valuable remedy fur Dulls Carbuncles Erysipelas Tumoia Cuuccrous Humors Ulcers Ringworms Old Somas Scrofula Syphilitic Afleclioiis Scrofulous j Humors Blotches Pimples Pustules Salt Rheum alt diseases arising froth impure blood or condition of the system Especially recommended for all forms of Sciatic Rheumatism PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS Manufactured by MeCULlQUSH CHEMICAL CO Mntin Tennessee 4 = ni== RlED LING PIANOS possiblyadd 1 highest The low price at which they arc 8 astonishes those compet enttb judgeotEiano value f Riedllng on a Piano means highest suits In tone touch durability andIcase design Snd for catalogue name and address ofour agent in vicinityiI 1 I c t J f J 1 I J I i u v o Myr