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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4 x ti- w + Z I I fA f p I 4rCITY 1 TIMES 4 r 50 Cents aYear In Advance We are here toYety Claytltbe SorronnJing Country and Ourselves J E Burgher IPublisher VOTE XIV H CLAY CITY Kri URSDAT APRIL 1 J909 NO 13 The Highland Orphans Home God has been favorable to these helpless orphan children in providing r them not only food and raiment and a comfortable home and instruction but in providing for them good matrons to care for them Miss Nettie Patterson and Miss Charlotte De Tienne did faithful work in the Homo until other interests in terposed when God sent Mrs Mary R Hurd of Oanida a splendid woman of age and experience who generously gives her valuable service without corn p nsatinand looks to God for lier reward He will see she does lit lose it She is at present ef ficiently assisted By Miss Hutch inson of Clay City and the chil Men are happy and diligent in their studies Rev and Mrs An 1 drEY Irvin have also been untiring in their care for these lit tle Waifs We have no place yet for the scores of orphan Hoys but ire hoping and praying that God will send us the means to provide a home for them Will he so honor youTheS- oul Winner 0 A Texas Tornado In Wise county Texas March 24a tornado came and did thou sands of dollars damage It A struck ih toWn of Slidel which lsfi little larger than Clay City = and blewdown every house in IA1fe tolfti but vo Fire follow T tttirjwindMand bfiraedct b fIedtiyfand a rich country but those fearful tornadoes and bad drouths gives ua the chills when we think of the many good old Kentuck lane there whom jve so much ad mire and love Some of them may be the victims of the next cyclone Kansas also had a se vere storm on above date doing millions of damage I Why Boy Leave4he Farm farmers wonder why ISomepfoul a desire to quit the farju preferrlng town or city life The cause is with the farmer him self With the boy on the farm it is perpetual toilin goodweather andIperpetualer and most of the winter season The time when the farmer has leis ure ia attbe very time when they cannot getaway from hdme ori ac count of their isolation and bad roads The boy hungers for com pany and his heart revolts against this unendurable loneliness and to free himself from it walks miles through the mud tospend an hour at the country store We are glad to note that in some sections of our country the young people of both sexes have broken through these barriers and established farmers club and little societies of One sort or another This should be encouraged and will prove a great tonic to keep young people on the farm and make life to them worth the living Publicc Specking Hon Thomas H Duffeyof Minneapolist Minn of national repute and J W DeHart of Lou peo11pIethe school house on Wednesday April 7th at 7480 p m Sharp Arrangements yij beJnadefora loc slmantopreside arid deliver tlieope n ng ddrfs- a ThebjoJltwill fi The ef ter protection ftJiE home and the uplift of the people Ladies and gentlemen are all cordially invited It will be a rare opportunity to hear asub jectof national importance discussed free of cost tp every one Do not miss it i Dr Martin has moved his office from over the Bank to Waldroh building Upstairs r rr tr IV J JUST RECEIVED j New Line of Ladies i Cloaks and Wraps Y Newest Styles and Lowe Prtces fZJ t I j 1 cALL AND SEE THEM i 1110 i w v t 1 LT + 0 = d i f J I C SIMF1EL-S ti 7 4ft r- 1 8 J ZI j lJ tll ii r j JtftS Y3 iJi a- y ir tJ 1 A t W iOT A nI jffoJJ 1 iI 2 J r r 1 iiiJ 4 J r U I- 4 r r H- b R t N ir o v- 1 ig c Chiieti Endeavor sfProgram Endeav or Society Litt day evening April 4th1OOB Lifts Leerfrom the Book f Proverbs Value ottIli Qok of Proverbs r The VireftSpessoh Wisdom Prov1 li7 ioma8 Rose PovertyMrSLesson of j tai Nora Rich The Accur f a ProverbOan we reconstf tItEtta Roberts Obedience toel Provo 8110 Gran Haokw th rilProv41427Edmon Dilig n ePffivo G11 Mol lit Joh1son Value of dusness Provo 11 ll1MrtrA AI Burgher Value of Silen c Prbv 25 815 Maude Warmgluh l1Qne i teachtnembet tJf the Society will iuf respond to roll call by a 1rworbtier tlwrofrice Pays Powell coustsSould well afford tohave a Treawirw if one could be gotten on thete Kg Clark county gets one Li to 4W the report Of the contest forTr wurer in Clark county from th nchester Dem oeratJThe ponte MpCounty Treaft ur blpcati1 Core te Fiscal Coon Fridaor Lp the bids wep bpenedJgrliUTid the iro pteA 503 v 4he Cit diri 1litionalrClark+ t f iftI tl p iAVineh18teriiahVj SaiOj3Q the lit naftfQn HKs tlwwi tar4V Ollie James f fleTiret Ken tricky district Irfihijepecch in tht Mondayhttbe thtGovernmentgaurantee projitSitb the manufne turern but no oib iKad sugirepted SllrantClingnnyt to thi farmers physician 1 jjSyawver or the laborer Mr Jan a mini brQithe sehed sand pointed out the unfairness f hArate He was liberally cheerSd when hp fin ished I 10Died In Mont yCounty Mr John B it kin diedat his home in Monjfjfcmerj county near Mt Mar 28rdJjged 08 years Mr Hoskfn jsa native of thll but moved to Montgomery a number of years ago was re countysuprightHo Was an micle HH Hos kin of this city m oi tf- Abnsa r I ItIB therobuF ihe credit isyfl tern that frequentlywauses fradnto drIft from th i hd Town to some distant cOncern ferGhatita extend Credos to 1hl1 uBtomer and wheit thif bill slargefigure- thcustomer avol i heiqri pahi goodsfireneed tint place Thin ituuffitr yiat l le loo often theoaser+ N 4 CAtitly ted J + rvlui hoe smlill poisliou fist rbgWtirtngi NO edtlit etsbnsezp6ilel t bl tb iwill be averted TY wfmMf Watichetlla- rrepresentttig lJf ecn W M me imtko city td 4 j J 4 Ji 1 K 1 E i 1Fr i IJ 1t 1 4r a IJtJ ht ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION To the People of Kentucky The Governor asks all the peo pIe to fix upon Friday April 2 1009 as Arbor Day for Kentucky and hopes that every ono who can will plant at least one tree on that day and that the people will hold public meetings by school districts at school houses or other convenient places to discuss tree planting preserva tion of our forests protection of the birds school gardens and the work to clean up and make at tractive the roads streets and vacant lots and to cultivate in all places neatness order and beauty to make our homes our farms our streets roads and pub lic squares more beautifuland pleasant to the end that as time goes by all our State will be beautiful and winning not only to passersby but for the joy comfort happiness and the men tal and moral betterment of ourselves and all our people Let us plant trees for the future plant gardens for this year and nIl years to come and make every public piece please the eye and cheer the hearts of all who see them AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky Money In Potatoes In Woodford county last year McKee Bros raised sixty acres springPlattt y3realia dhan soiiiely on last yottrte crop and made them even more money than tobacco at 15 cents per pound Many other farmers in different parts of the State also raised potatoes last year in the thFeaceof a tobacco crop and all imtde money with much less la bur than it takes to grow tobacco 8th II G Burgher who has been confined to his home for several weeks was able to come up in town Friday for the first time His numerous friends were very glad to see him able to be out again Uncle Role Hondrix diedat his home in this city Tuesday e vening of infirmities of old age Burial at the Wells grave yard on Hardwicks creek He is sur vived by a wife You cant do the Times a bet ter favor than by telling or telephoning us any news item you may know Our telephone num her 21 Ring us up Some early fishermen have be gun to try their luck but up to this time it has been a little too cool for them to put in full time on the river banks The State Board of Valuation has assessed the banks of the State at 80 per cent on the capi tal surplus and undivided prof its Mrs Geo W Anderson Jr after spending a few weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilson has returned home The wheat fields of centrl Kentucky are in fine condition and 11 good crop is now expected While cutting some wood this morning John Eaton severely cut ii t d 37 Tons of No i Balled Hay Clean of Weeds Old KyPhoneI 754x- R F D No6 Chas B Hainline IILevee Ky W m a- I You are Cordially Invited Our Display QE IJ J I THURSDAY April HAY hORSALE i STYLISH MiLLINERY AND FRIDAY W IApirl 9th t MrsBUSGenial Hotel Sample Room I- lF 4 1111I I l tM il jIfI fit s L i tit J jol e iI f I i r rr r 5v I err A ef iI of r- I f l rTH JJLAyt j CITY TIMESr L it i A r tHM 5 Cents a Year In Advance We are here tolety Clay CllRW SarronnJing Country and Ourselves I B Burgher Publisher VOL XIV CLAY OITYKM HURSDAT APRIL 1 J HOP NO 3 The Highland Orphans Home God has been favorable to three helpless orphan children in providing for them not only food arid raiment and a comfortable home and instruction but in providing for them good matrons to care for them Miss Nettie Patterson and Miss Charlotte Do Tienno did faithful work in the I meuntilother interests in terpsedwhen God sent Mrs Mary L Hurdof Canida a splendid woman of age and ex givesheep nsatinand looks to God for herreward He will see she does licit lose it She is at present ef ficietitlj0assisted by Miss Hutchinson of Olay City and the children are happy and diligent in Ant tiring in their care for these lit tle Wajfsi We have no place yet for the scores of orphan boys but are hoping and praying that God will send us the means to- proyidea home for them Will he so honor youTheS- oul Winner letA Texas Tornado In Wise county Texas March 24 a tornado came and did thou sands of dollars damage It- t struck thlown of Slidell which Isa little than Oi house5inITS sod tli Vt ind b elldi f persone= while taw wertrKlued by- r thestojm Texas isfineState- and a rich country but those fearful tornadoes and bad drouths gives us the chills when we think oObe1nanygood old Keutuck lane there whom iyve so much ad mire and love Some of them may be the victims of the next cyclone Kansas also had a se vere storm on above date doing- millioiisof damage I Why Boy Leavethe Farm ISome ofour farmers wonder why have a desire to quit the far i preferring town or city life The cause is with the farmer himself With the boy on the farm h- Is perpetual JoUin good weather all through the busy season end perpetual loneliness in bad weath er and most of the winter season the time when the farmer has leis ure is at the vAry time when they cannot get away from hdme on account of their isolation and bad roads The boy hungers for Com pany and his heart revolts against this unendurable loneliness and to free himself from It walks miles through the mud to spend an hour at the country store We are glad to note that in some sections of our country the young people of both sexes have broken through these barriers and established farmers club and little societies of One sort or another This should be encouraged and wilL prove a great tonic to keep young people on the farm and make life to them worth the living Publlcc Speaking Hon Thomas H+ Duffeyof Minneapolis Minn of national repute and J W Delart of Lou isville Ky willaddress the people of Clay City and vicinity at the schoolhouse on Wednesday sharpgrraitgementsit localman topresifle and deliver i Hie n ddrf 11Thtfifitef protection of the home and the uplift of the people 0 Ladies and gentlemfiu v are all cordially invited It wilt be a rare opportunity to hear a sub ject of national importances cussed free of cost toevery one Do not miss it p a Dr Martin has moved his office from over the Bank to Waldron building Upstairs F = c = = Ir 7t7iPJ I j I I I New Line of Ladies i Cloaks and- y Wraps S i 1 Y i Newest Styles and Lowest s 1 t4t t if CALL AND SEE ThEM j N J w N L n r J h l 1r I JCMr joM o4Ji kIt Ii Ciuit IF t wtL 11 1 + A t j tu y L l f9tiFa 1 I r 0J u 1 iJr r I 1 j W PrM1f4 t 1 o ti l 9 t 1 f J f 1 = Ii TL 1 wii G I j VI 0Le- h TOr lfI 1 v chiWEndeavor Program forvjOhristian Endeavor Society si day evening A pril 4thf 7OO- OLifesLesJ4from the Book of Proverbs yaue Qfttliook of Proverbs 74 r The rceat Lesson Wisdom Prove 1 li7 ipma8 Rose PovertyMrS Lesson of JLdfe Nora Rich The Accur ro f a ProverbOan we reconstrticiil Etta Roberts Pbedi Provo 8110 Gran i1CtftiOdt Avojd Prov 4 1427 Edmon BurgMr n elv OllMollie John8bdi9l Value uf Riglieousness Provo 11 lnYr8AI Burgher Value ofSilen e Prbv 20815 Maude Warnwhth Benedlcttoi leach meraibjrsof the Society wiUp1 to roll call by a Proverb How theiOfflce Pays Powell coughold well afford loliave a r if one could be gotten on iht Clark county gets one Li tfuinbu report of the contest foixre BUrer in Clark county from jtjjjllnchertter Dem ocrat The copteiNf Tress uryship came lg forethe Fiscal Court Frldar nep Bide weptoRenedi6 tI nd thr li 9- pteA ffe the Clt ties i t HiJ th JrConatp NatiAiirl + a WineheaterBanksthe lot securing jiosftfon 6 Hfts thSSi 011ie James jjfcvjpjjitst lien Lucky district 7 in thr Mondayhit tliGovernmentgaurantoe profits tbtlhc maniifuc turew but no ondtKad suguepted grt rahteeingnit iffiy to the far mere physician I iiei Jawver or the laborer Mr Jatth up a num bar of the achedand pointed out the unfairness iilip rates He was liberally C when he fin ished hIeDIed In Y County Mr John Bi Htekin died nt his home in county near Mtv Sterlingiruesdftv Mar 28rd tiged 68yen Mr Hoskfn is a native of th16 but moved to Montgomery number of years ago was re iotintytsuuprightand He was an uncle St 11 H Hos Isinof this city Abusa o7tidlt It is therabuK ojtfte credit tyfl tem that frequent causes tradnto drift from thQ hd town to some distant concern K I rQattsex reathelalagefiguretea penefaetWf ardw en are needed 6eVds the SB Iii trb4tuadie taut place This i nfgr yet lfis Zoo often the oases f v w t-K Aptly ted 1t + has smhll sliQWIti8Jv4rttagi N- OtfIex ai lt eJtdcvelaedth- eQ orderof cCithOltbem 7etsbAIeeltpcW m flch bl lth the 4i ease will le avertea- J CiIh WaVjnm Ninche8tiir f iaW M citytodiyJ P 0 ot JM ti r a i a 1f + y j I r T u4L 10 II ORhJ1J ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION To tho People of Kentucky The Governor asks all the people to fix upon Friday April 2 1009 as Arbor Day for Kentucky and hopes that every one who can will plant at least one tree on that day and that the people will hold public meetings by school districts at school houses or other convenient places to discuss tree planting preservation of our forests protection of the birds school gardens and the work to clean up and make at tractive the roads streets and vacant lots and to cultivate in all places neatness order and beauty to make our homes our farms our streets roads arid pub lie squares more beautiful and pleasant to the end that as time goes by all our State will be beautiful and winning not only to passersby but for the joy comfort happiness and the men tat und mural betterment of ourselves and all our people Let us plant trees for the future plant gardens for thi year and all years to come and make every public plpce please the eye and cheer the hearts of all who see Them AUGUSTUS E WILLSOK Governor of Kentucky Money In Potatoes In Woodford county last year iNIgKep Bros raised sixty acres of potatoes und will this spring plutitohe hundred and seventy tvY teFeea Tkiey rea ia I ritsoniely on last years crop and made them even more money than tobacco at 15 cents per pound Many other farmers in dilierent parts of the State also raised potatoes last year in the absence of a tobacco crop und all mode money with much less la bar than it takes to grow to bacco s April H G Burgher who has been confined to his home for several weeks was able to come up in town Friday for the first time His numerous friends were very glad to see him able to be out againUncle Role Hendrix died at his home in this city Tuesday e vening of infirmities of old age Burialat the Wells grave yard on Hardwicks creek He is survived by a wife You cant do the Times a bet ter favor than by telling or tele phoniug us any news item you may know Our telephone num her 21 Ring us up Some early fishermen have he gun to try their luck but up to this time it has been a little too cool for them to put in full time on the river banks The State Board of Valuation has assessed the banks of the State at 80 per cent on the capi tal surplus and undivided prof its Mrs Geo W Anderson 1 rafter spending a few weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilson has returned home The wheat fields of centnl Kentucky are in fine conditi n and ti good crop is now expected- While cutting some wood this morning John Eaton severely cut bitiit oot HAY FOR SALE 27 Tons of No i Balled Hay Clean of Weeds ifi KyPhoneI Chas B Hainline IILevee Ky Itm tI a fidIYou are Cordially Invited To See d m Our Display OF 11 STYLISH MILLINERY I 8thANDI IFRIDAY MisN r e BUSH General Hotel Sample Room t r P i 1 lit 4 7 r a o 1 i H t l I f THE TIMES r rOllLISIIEl EVERY THURSDAY u u J 15 liurghcr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered its secondclass mall mutter Thursday April 1 1009 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 2100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm N Before and After Taking Twelve months ago or immediately after Bradley was elect ed United States Senator he began n most merciless attack on W II Tuft then candidate for President He said if Taft was nominated he would bedefeated by Bryan sure Taft carried the State and at the State convention Bradley was snubbed and not allowed to go to the Nation al Republican Convention Things have changed now Bradley being given the genera distribution of pie in Kentucky has ceased his mutterings turd said in a speech at Washington that Taft would make one of the greatest Presidents that ever oc cupied the White House The Times confesses that Taft is making a much better President than ye ever thought possible fi fiuisitrtipiake boino7ectedus he wits by the influence ef mono eyedtrust but ho hue certainly displayed a Lilt of cowardice in giving to Bradley the power he has given him in order to get a mouth shut thitt contains noth ing but hot air How They Were Buncoed After the 20000000 fine of the Standard Oil Company had ben set aside and the case thrown out of court for always John S Miller thief counsel for the trust is reported to have said This is the local end of the Ihimbnuant trustbusting cam pain for Pal purposes that closed with the recent election The language of the law evident ly was made ambiguous purpose ly by Congress and I dont think it was intended to be enforced Of course Miller is right everybody can see it now Trust bust ing was only a method of fooling the voters just before the election and Congress did not intend that trusts should be punished and neither did Eootovclt for that matter Those who voted tlte Republican ticket expecting the trusts to bo punished have sim Jybeen buncoed as usual every leapyear But they seem to en humbugeds i tiJustHowit Works Tn the iron works in Pennsyl vania Mardi 4th theprico of pud iron bpymmgitlaanor was red ncedi f per ton u nndredsof laborers were thus affected What a delightful gift to fho N workers the day of TafJs inau guration Taft and all the Con gressmen and other high salaried fellovs htid their already too high salaries nearly doubled and the workers had their wages gut 1111 most in toBl1t then the rich need ah increase and tho work ers can well afford to pay it out oftheir abundance This is why t the Pennsylvania workers put up I such a great majority for Taft The price of iron is high The steel trust is getting 540 a ton for armor plate from the govern meat that a Senate Committee proved was only costing 67 a ton to produce That is the reason they have cut wages The cut ting of wage has two sides om to make millionaires faster and the second and most important is to keep the workers so poor Jha they can never become independ eat Some sixty odd years ago the counties of Car5r Elliott and Qrayson issued bonds to assist in building a railroad through their bounds The promoters of the roadsold these bonds got the money and left the road its at lhe beginning Hotu lick of work done The citizens of these coon = ties have all along resisted the collection of tax to pay this debt now bobs up Governor VillSor and says he will send soldiers up there and give force against force sold collect the amount of bonds with interest If the collection of money without value received is robery the collection for pay l lent f these Binds is robery then What is Governor Willson Ii party tot Wonder if any of the Democrats atrd jintiSalooi League people in those counties the votes of which elected him sire still for Augustus E Willson The penitentiary at Frnnktort- is full add they are still coning faster than ever One third or over 500 of the convicts confined there lire idle nothing tom i at all butpasfl the hours jff in leis urenvlijle tha state feeds and Clnthea tllent i oitJil1es seem rrP hiaveeven Veacjhed the penitentiary when the inmates can liVeand hot work Million s outside of the prison walls an doing 0 the same thing butecant say hoW well they are liv iug Being unable to run The State government on the prevailing revenue and being unable to in hlndsiorlaturo meets next winter the Willson administration is forced to raise the taxable property in every county of the State from 10 to 201percent Wonderful isntit how we got along t nd kept out of debt during those good t Democratic days but we lid and lowered the tax rate too N v State of Ohio of Toledo ssLucasFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing busi ness in the city ofl Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay thesumotONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and everycase of Catarrh that carl not bo cured by the use of Halls Carfh Cure Frank J Cheney t i Sworn to bteftre me apd subscrib ed in my presence this Orb dayot December A D1886 A W tiLEASON iE r NOT41iY OUi icn Halls Catarrh Cure fa talcenzn ternally and acts dhectly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send Tfof testimonials fii o FJ cilENyEY CO foi Jcdd 0 = Sldby Druggists 76c Take Halls Family Pills for cog jtipation Tobacco Users Robbed Before the increased tax on oobacco for the benefit of Jflie Spanish American war eleven years ugo under the Dingloy tariff law tho vvoouncopaQkago of tobacco spldto the consumer for 5 cents and tho four ounce package sold for 10 cents In 1898 a war revenue tax ofscents a pound additional was loviedoTi tobll co atPlinorder to serve the convcniehccof tho trade tobacco manufacturers were w ed to correspondingly reducojthe Size of the p ka o tobacco so It cou1c1o shll te lu fol 5 arid 10 tents In due tilT 1ho war jevenui tax was repealed but tho sizof tobacco packages was not changed According to the figures obtained frorn the Commissioner of internalIteyenuUj over 48 billion packages have been sold since the war tax wjie taken off and the consumers I1Isil1ce been swindled out cents air each 5 and Ifljfceift package they- buy ji The RepuBfican party has coin witted itseif to a reduction b f the tariff add member of that party inlreongresa professes to be that way but our own John W Lnnglev 1ti Discussing this question MoiiHay Mr Canglej said he wasinr favor of grotec lion on everything and further siiid he for a tax of 2 00 per galTon on be rpont getting up the revenuesbuild those turn last fall r Take youraBOttrst0ntalhorrnay- be you cnll itIndigestiont DyBpep sin Gastritres tr Catarrh of Stern neb it doeen tmattertake you stomach trMile with you bn your Phioiat1ipd nsk him too pen a 60centjase of Pnpeo Din nn eat one 22 grain rribiluletthipwtiveminutes your stomach misery The corKctnitine focyour troub htiFcmdFerilleiitationfoodaour ing the Digestive organs beoom weal there ia lank of uantric juice your fobd IB iihly half digested and you becomIfffeotedwlth IIss ofu Irf8811rOlul after eating vdmiting nausea heanburn griping in bowels tenderness in the icVof6tomach bud tRlltH in mouth coiifltipation pain in limbs flleeplesjmesH belching ol las bllioiisneHH j siok heudaohe nervousness dizzines and many other similar Bymptoms If your nppetiteiis fiuIIi and nothing tempts you oryou belch gas or if you feel blolitnd after eat us Or your food 1Hken lump of lead on your et you con make up your rainijUhutnlthe hot tom of all this ttJere is but one- eitueefelmentutiottbf undigested- food Wl Prow to our8 lfr after your next mealthat yoJf18t mach is ass good asanyl that trfereyis nothing Stoptthisfermeatation wantwithout fear of rdUcdnifort Or minery p Almost instant jfcftefia waiting forjou It is a mattanpf how sopri yotf t kplitTJe Diapepeip r 07 tvf T Frutf anflrnalnntal- r D1 t f tJ rk Everything fisr Qtrftardbawt ana urrEarum I I H F Hillenmeyer ScixSbni f XlNG yn It r Tyr 1t D W tf c Jfa ai y- etJST t j 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COLLECTION LHgeepTT III INr d ra- 1pbaelalaprM4pbrarlrlrnoke 1101 1I ra Mnaolurlaeee Wi End 10on4 to Mb PMtIp4 b 9gtai btAT NowndIsun a IfootioO Guido 1 8to ltoekfoltlIllluok- I T Y k A brJ r J rUii1rAyF tfAKMERSPHYIWJ1Sj TTS I l rnJ1 l skA the cJcs SIII you cotU he htae of Sr danto oIany lOOt Kknm or trinphW coda rea Imllfd ill OU on tecura our fmou Mm M 1r moth S4iu Bridfiiv u1XoI T comilot I d sGiricbdnuL1hnu y ned fo IIIn REMEMBER THIS OFFER ISFOIl LIMITED TIME ONLY 1 wn Boa 73 Jr mertu 1 I fan 100- riA 114 Jtji 80YEAftS EXPERIENCE qJ I r DDESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac AnyoneeendlnSaeketebanddeeertpUonmar i eUooaU1cll j fr Oldelt reeetret + AhaadlGllletUhlatratedkITtar tltr 1I iJaIMteo If aaoIectlAe Oburns Tern U- wrrfonrmonhaiL SII14 1alt It01IIdMl j I 1IUn HI J areoflbIr6tlyaulmeteuR ri 11t i 4 iTIMES TALALti HOMEMA PAPER 1t THURSDAY April 11000 LOCAL BREVITIES The regular meeting the City r Council will be held Friday c Mrs Cora Stewart of More jienft is Visiting her sister Mrs EB MfcGlone Miss lo die Tuttle of Ruck erville is visiting her cousin Miss Patsoy Bush t Dr Martin reports the birth of n son Monday March 20 to Mr and Mrs Sam Woods j Mrs Frank Newell has been dangerously sick the past week j but isnow improving The little son of H O War mouth is recovering from a severe attnck of malaria 0 Mrs Frank P Adams has bees dangerously sick this week but is now slightly improving Eugene the bright little son ofMr and Mrs E B McGlone had a dangerous attack of croup lust week J M Snowden one of the Democratic candidates for Mug istrate in Olark county was in I the city Friday The prevailing cool weather is holding everything back wonder fully grass now being no better v than thirty days ago Irvine now has a town Marshal i forrthe first time since1 local ow y ion was voted inftje county three years ago officer 0 v lierotofore U i15p nhecesSnryly Chpice home grown Early Rose Seed Irish Pot tRtOs for sale w Mrs Nannie Pryor 4pout Spring Ivy John W Henry who has been o confined to his Home with malaria fever which closely bordered l typhoid is now able to sit up anti walk about the house He is now s at the home of his daughter Mrs 00 Eaton in this citv Today is the beginning of the monthAprilfor taking the annual school census and Supt Irvin has the necessary plunks for flm trustees in the snb distrjcts compensation of five cents is allowed for each child listed Up Before the Dar N II Brown nn attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes n Vo have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for yours and find them suchji good family diclnoWe woldnt be without I hem For Chills Constipation Biliouiness or Sick Head ache they york wonders 25c at i all druggists LocatedIVlorehead Gen W Anderson Jr who was formerly engaged in the produce business in this city is Jiiipw located at Morehead in the r snubo business George is aliust JKr apd is deserving of success o wlieroevor ho may be located Id Rather Die Doctor thanhaye my feet cutoff said JI J Ingh0 nbi PrifoetipeIns- britf UJVltc from gartgrqne whichlhuh away blg tbes tCy 1ldnnc1eatdlaJtdootbi In stead uaed I3Gt lons Arnica r Salvo till wJiolly0OurudMlt8oUres of E6zen4fitj3vicr Sorts Boils Burns iI thuworld r 4c- dtittllDrugQists I a i rj s i i r no Jif f f If 3 c I 7kt if t 0 r a G 0 IJ I SEIEDSBUOBEES SBE8SSUCCCED t r SPECIAL OFFER 1U ie to build clew Biilnn A trill Will miles yon oar percaaent customer I r PrI1e Cttttettk n twr tlndl 71Ib1U he lIneill TntpI eflend d bH pule- U 10 t PTiA8uTO Write today i Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTSla eartr poitott u petIsbnd r nl thldebt bIrItreetleeMil ell tIIoai IIIe apt Tul4Vu c tbd I null le tH W kckhee tndttaILit-NI 41UXKANTEED 1363 CC STRrtTlLOOI The best cultsivate ape tie is to cultivate a field and theh you will have both an appetite and the wherewithal to appease it Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity oaten hap pane because a careless hoatmanig bores the rivers warnings ripples and faster current Natures warn ings are kind That dull pain or ache irr the back warns you the Kidneysneedattention if you would escape fatal maladies Drop sy Diabetes or Brights disease Take Electric Bitters at once and see B ckache fly and all your best feelings return After long suf fering from weak kidneys and lame back one 1 00 bottle wholly cur edrne writes J R Blankensliip of Belk Tenn Only 500 at nil druggists Pretident Taft does not like the new Payne Tariff hill and in sists that the tax on many arti cles he reduced He says that his party is obligated to reduce the tariff not increase iton ma ny articles like is trying to he done by the Republican members of Congress He is credited with saying he will not sign the measure if passed as introduced Hurrah for Taft he talks partly Ii ken jem crat We trust he wiU iiQt later disappoint us 0 Wdrds to Freeze the Soul0 Your son halt Conpumption His ruse in hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E HUvens a lending merchant tif Springfield NC by two expftt doclors nrlb n clung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he wus as well as ever 1 wouldnot take all the money in the world for what it did for lilY boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of despctllto Lung diseases brfearth iiOc and 100 Guarantee s ills tadtilm Trial bottle free Sold by all druggists n M M LP9tKTRYrFNQE VeiCle Mh OomplIo4I lad IlebNU Write tor Yloe Monlab rlrIaot tee all 1 II 1 u G rt 0 r 1 Q ti Sold I to be Fine Few peopie here know that you can cure that Broad American dis ease Rheumatism with just com mon everydaWdrugs found in any drug storeTne prescription is so simple thatany one can prepare it at homeatsmulj cost It is made up as followsGet from any good prescription pfiarniacy Fluid Ex ract Dan1 1imi onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounceMix by shaking in a bottle and take in teaspoonful dos es after eachwmeal and at bedtime These are all pimple ingredients mi ari harmless hoirleremedytttlittle cost Rhiumatisnijas every one knowsI- S a s deranged kidney H is a condition produced by the failure of th6ikidneys to properly filter or Btwiiiftom thq blood the uric acid and otHer matter which if not erajlcataclIeither in the u rine or thrdugK the skin pores re mains in thejlood decomposes and forms about the Jonts arid muscles causing the untold Buffer lag and deformity of rheumatism This prescription is said to be a splendid healingj cleansing and invigorating tonic to the kidneys and gives oliniirtt immediate relief in all forms of urinary troub lee and backache t If young Spendthrift would pettle down he mighteoon beable to settle up 1 Notice to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden by the undersigned who trillproseeutetothe extent of the law all persons violating this no doe B B HUTSON FrsTh tPS MM 7 J5Ell f CAPITAL STOK SlbOOOO cr SUBPLUS AND tXN DIVIDED Ji 5lfITS aooiooo 1 TBD l3ANKtmN HOLLY WITH BRspooN PUKH W K SPIIAR fil OASJIIEU t 5iYOUR COUNTS HOUOITKD t eS S SSe s e SS B F BERRY UndertakertS e fiKeeps a Full Supply of J Coffins CasKets Bu e irial Robes and t Suits 1IAlso can furnish Home Made Cot tInS to Order Ion Short NorlelI When Desired1 West Bind Kt- S e o seS eestl I e e j ff+ IuI t+ = H lJPl1 Watchmaker AI T PPIN i IJ end Jeweler tJ it ClockfRepairingIt c f Reasori ble TerntBtsXTISFyVC trQN aOARAKTEfeb lllnc 61 l Jewel fyrSpe tacfes fCall and MBrijiG ilr the Red 1 River Hol 3J8uiWlHg cLAcn V i T KENTUCKY i o t t+ i t ofo +r t Jt +y otI tI 0 4M rk- Yat i1 1 i ck i IV a1K- u Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fen eI Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES 4 Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky ot o + ofo + + ot + + + +otot + + ofo + Oofo = ++++ +oto + +++++O+++++ofo+++++++o+++= tI WEEKLYII it COURIERJOURNAL n 3 HENRY VATTEUSON Editor yt + + 3 + 3 Is n National Newspaper Demoeptic in politics u+ t iJ1 t WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and tifo of fo + IIitIt 100 you will give or send your order to this pa IIf pernut to the CourierJourt1l1tf r++ gy4+++ 2i ++oO+3 +VFt ++ H ++++ofo ++ + + +o+++ ++ T Dally CourierJournal a Year = 600HSunday CourierJournal a Year aoo r T tIit ly or Sunday if you will write this paper o 1101ol rrob ++ +++++++ ++++ot +O + v+i+O +++O+ ++++++++O = +++O + CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY ENTUCKY Capiti Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals nc- ceptcd on the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Sayings Department 3 Compound Interest Pall SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits 1 HOARD OF DIRECTORS f M IL CouiirKEY 1 D Aniii oN gi CHARLES SCOTT J F Cox m A T VVIIITT l OFHCERS- At H COUUTNKV Pros CiusScorrVlcoJ res A T Wiiirr Cashier + + + + + + +O+ofo+ + + +ofoofo + + ofo+ ++tINSURE VIXII 4 LF7 A LYON SON I The Lending ItiKHf n o Apfoiitw 5 of JBnHtorit liontiiolcv + i t Over 2ooodOjOOo J- i Represented i Every bpe who knows anything about insurance know J t eyareleadefsllqhisline t 1 + H + t rto+ y ++ r +ofo +++++a o +t Y r f Any Timeis ss Time Keep a box of Bliss Native Herbs on hand for all emergen desfor headachedistress eatinebIllOusnesscon1Itlpatlonrheumatlsmblood I I BLISSNATivE Ii rootsIherba1Dd or money back the genuine in yellow onlymade by BLISS In iGet D C 1 SOLD BY W G PATRICK KIMBREll KY IllOKESSIONAL GAUDS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITYKY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I R C WELCH Attorney 6 CounselloraLaw ANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth Very Serious Itis a very serious matter to ast for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge yen Iabajrtog genulnetliver Medicine The reputationof this old relia ble medicine for constipation in and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It Is better than others or it would not be the fa largerSAleSOLD IN TOWN Ft- 1t3 Kc T Z7r1tr SSY KILLTH COUOH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Ifa higS DiscoveBJII NFI LtTAWDLUNOTRDUB- LE3OUili9NTsED I1LONE REFUNDED SATIBFAQTOa- ON I rxsrasart Y The Greff Diarrluiaa I and DJs nIBG Ke TIeu11 4 Cures acute and chronic dlarrhoed dysen terrcholera rnorlus s mur complaint lopr results obtained in ell pars of thiS world a I WORKS LIKE MhGICY Prlco21S cents per bolDont accept a nbatUiit Wirtlscl Mcood IfyourdrugtbnUtiWLldob t ClUe to tliforypaMudulrectto THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY Osweco 11 Y LSA i 5 inbreh Oherloy Stone will move to the tea Ridge fn a few d tys Andrew Crow has moved QI F Christophers place near Spout Spring y Mr James W JmolthlJu ndl1l1UA J Lari eon will move in 4 n few days to the Berry Barnett iiirm near Spout Springy Rev Silts Ritchie filled his ap pointment at KilnbrelPs Chapel ast Sunday morning J John H Holder died at the residence if ihos Clem aged 82 yours Burial at the Hall grave yard Albert Crow who cut his foot about two weeks ago is iiiu Inn gerous condition as a result of the cut The National Issue Club hieets at the school house eVefy first and third Saturday afternobn at 2 oclock Thqre will be Sunday school att Jacksons Chapel next Sunday afternoon at threeoclock every body invited Hood Wise of Unibn Hall has opened up a stock of Foods on Dry Ridge and 0 H Sams is selling goods at his fathersOId stand SPOUTSPRINO Asa Todd visited his mother near Pilot View lust week Alva Stephens of Iron Mound was here Monday buyingcows Robert Mclntosn forlierjy of this place is very ill of fever at his present home on Galloways Creek 1Ri J JT hJ v vJip5mp recMn Fehrliliryfrfrrir hcN oga 0 rJ III will11ovobacls tlusweSK to tho H F Wright place Thos McKinney wnsjn Lex ington frum Saturday till Mon day to see thedcfctor whoiIstreaU lug him for stomach trouble A large number of friends at tended the funeral and burial of Mrs Dnisie Wright at the home place last Friday Eld JW liar ding conducted the services Elder George W McIntosh bus been very sick this week with liver trouble We hcpetn soon see him out ngl1inDr Smith of Clay City is attending hint Asa Todd sold one pairsto Eonrv Wiseman of Qlark cdtinty for 2150 00 and alscvsofiJ one fiixyraroldhorse fOOOOf and bought a threeyearold horse of Lloyd Todd rJOOOO Willmott McKinney who left fioro several years ago first going to Clark county where he lived several years and later to Mis souri Iris now left that state and located rtt Tujia Texas wherQlie has rented a section of land Have Their Own Way Several years ago n nuinberof tates intho middle westansss Missouri Nebraska and others nactid a tw cent faro law The niilrood Conipunies IiromptlyLest- td its constltutionnlityJ y anaiV le111 tothe higher urtlfinc thrdi hue IJi Q matterhsr hWJ uuVding final decitioli Its tf voregone conclusit n taMhJB de ttlioafrliudThin decision oWuUge MtPbeivt ionufahoUuited Statb districl nun handed dowu f Ktns fo tPtillrIit urf lllhuhtdu j- t W n d Vw 4 1 ft by thor pre nAtives of tItepeQ- pie insteaiLof the railrojddariowji ed by tfiecaftlhUists Judge Rtc1iiBonHke all good capitalist judges has great soils itude fnJjU operty OfJbe cap italists jHe fears that the two cent law ma Deduce prof it rJjc lots flie c itiIhte point what over that mai rbe nnd hence his decision tltlle late isconfis catory alidthereforo nullLiII void Tlib represn fires if the people who e nacit laws had bet er adjourn andjpi homer They are a useless expense a id an unnec essary nuisance The tourta con stitute J the whole thing Viats the use of enact ing law ifajudgo has the power to deterniWefwhnt the law shall he It tvillbo observed flint this decision followed I the heels of the decIsIon of Judge Ander son remitting the twentyvnifie miJi l1 fine of the Stand and Oil CIiI1Ytlnddismis l the case aiiinstit The Taft administration opens auspiciOUSlylhdeedand predatory wealth Itld rich malefactors may now resume OperatiQlls without being annovfti by tho antics of the kettlelmi bronco bu8tery The twoceliwfecJsion re stores the ilree tenf f ffst good On f e tlie pebplen well- as the ruilroads It Willincrease the Uollaasrof the railroadajuu1 the penpleriitBxcltang8 AfNeble Legacy Miss aiatfib p Todd of Keh tuekylvlo YriQ recently called- to her leanly ninnsioncftlir estate oflilat tpttiventyfive thousand doili to the Society of buul W Thisiltbe hand BohieB filvr t c 7 edf4ndnMBank Qtdatidthis J wpmatt Itr Js It tf ore laid ui leaven anlw1l1 bean unto lhles8wg to tlroii sands of herf dor coiihtrymeff the J1ig1ilandwhowjll rise up and ciillhei blessed in that GrotDay using May Go- dmulUplytlie7mber ofsucliwiko aiidgenerou plirev The estate 13 left tq her ged aunt Mrs McIntosh n fclieriiifo timet after which ty interest omit is to bOll C ill of the Soul Winners ftra ug thepo r mtiu ht1i lelrRDothlrr1pvotrfl Christian wo New York sent us a tit llkil1ddolhtrs to help1 build it lvnleJriVir the poor innnntitU or lttlt oys which is s lrtly1 needed 1ylay God inspire- otjiersto fullo tlieao tlobhi ex amplest and arellli their ra ward Irlel1vcit el find dis- penseR t8 crowns TheSoul Wnll J The FrpitaHlRltht The nursery nu nand fruit pro wora ttf thistlesvain are u too imousjri theJojHon Char this w llben banner friiitr yMt jn CenfralKoiitUiJi i d pfbnv Jent fruitlroRVa Bake JJRclslfmllalc wbatiulr zttrtd ttlhttlmJ Htlu rfhQ s 5Ytc1l Iii con eitueilt13 Wll- l f4iIdilni frost WCi moy firth lfextrQ eek8Ut ilJitnCt rfajly ailett- hegirlslutbr P hesttndotfi JYJrMU8111lyeJft iiesrlyg t ert h tNge wltbre tUoj p11 V ctertff ft ehihihr frost a thJr p sh opflI1- cJ1r f yuIQ 19t eulitp dlaft- OntityJ fi e tltefiy1rrlftOlHPIIavtral tRlivelyUI yguptiiudleaz Yr tidh trr f t T t jf l 5 r va w + t- is I Z Yy- ld 1 i 14+ J X g ya Remarkable Story The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of Kdkomp liida8 told below proves the curative properties of that wellknown female remedy Wino of Cardul Mrs Warwick sa- ysTAKECVARDUI It Will Help You UcI suffered from pains in my head shoulders limbs side stomach low down dizziness chills nervousness fainting spells and other female troubles Iwas almost dead Three doctors did not help me At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle ob tamed reliefNow I am cured But for Cardui I would have been dead Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES 8 C1MARY OF L E TlpIE TflgLE Eilst Bound WestBound r N OII DnilpY I 225 395 3203i34 3 5n- 3b8 405 414 430 435 447 t10 G05 AQ1 c No4j A M- 8U3 735 820 812 902 I IU 915 922 938 943 9i5G- 1a17 1115 rii20 IsBt itC Lexington Winchester Li ikE Junction Indian Field CLAY Stnnton Roalyn Filson arnpUin JnncUoiij Natural BridgeV rrfrit Bfentfyyjlle Jet d I Junttionb J8ck nt= 0c n No 1- Datly Ex Sun A M 955 112OO 84582ti 816 SO 803 748 745 730 I fflfj 701 P9 No 3- Daily P AIo 520 507I 453 435 4204d0 4 4 367 355 341 32QI 225 o f 1SlAlf Q2591o 134fI 902 854 8 48I82atM2G I 815 J 75t I 7 OG f t7c 1Th F PitqgtCg jtGfiltlNti t adta AatlyKaoe tSanda h i- L JErJ gettttn J wfor AU Sfoclfng KyiOanlpfon Junctfon Nos 1 2 3 and t will connect with the lIlhII rain Cerifrrtl lUilwiiy hr paRs ngerscto arid frourCamptfrhKy BeattyviliIQnotiAm Kos 2 wilL cQnneft with the L tih A lUaUIway for Beiittyville Ky n 0 fc IC Juricilon NOR fInnd4wI1 ronneot Whit the O R K RhU vay for Onnnel Cit r Ky and way stations l F tR 1in 4 A- iJRr ltB t1dT U t is riot a qupnll but n guaranteed cure for Rheumatisri both fniLwnmatory and chronic 1urilks the blood livtrcnit stoniu h It hold uiulr fU lain positive guarantee to refund the money if acur is not cffetUd riiisriniicdy has rclievnl t chronic rdlongcorthlUlfl attaclt3 of rliumaiiiu after the best physicLl1shat j fatted to do so Is preparation that cannot be excelled lias tCstedIthe people leading druggists tnttclwits and physicians also some of tho leadlnjIpronouncelirecdeusno squab Guaranteed tindcrthft PuroI oodandUrug Act Price 1CO 1 SAtE BY DRUGGISTS If your dealer should not carry thlsprcpari ation write directto us I BHECDEZN MEDICINE CO Inc Chattanooga Tenn f V KkSOULLflUGHS UFE SAVING i BLOOD PURIFIER J 4 A Speedy and Safo Remedy for all Diseases 0f the SkiR and Dioc I V Rcfllorcs it JRenews Cleanses and Enriches thell odAr1 1 cspeclattyvaluabkremedyforllolls CarbunclesEryslpelaalutnarsICattcerou9 j llumor r UlcersJ Scrofula SyphiliticIl JorsBlotchbSir PjmplesPustules Salt Rheum and all seases arising J of the system Especially recommended foralle Ii qrmsof SdaiicheaatMtsatPR- ICEtONEDOLLJR PER BOTTLE FOR SALE BYDRU6QIST- SJUaHwfKtirr a btliCUU1UIN CHEMICAL COMtMlT iMMM ri- c 1 I L L 4- R1EDLINC i PirANOS 1 JaddThe low at which they are spldastorilsheathose competettl enttojudgeofPfanovalue 1IRle j on a mean artistic re a- BUltaintonej touch duribllltyand I caeeHe Send for e name and addressor our agentIn your j 1 Vicinity AIMEIUN MAwco fijnjM IWINrI J 1 ItJo L J I i i