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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 8, 1909. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1909 cla1909040801 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, April 8, 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. c G Y9t Y t f j i 4 T i- a Ff lpa- t 5 r y iS F r t v ZFIEHTOLA4C1TY TIMESfiri a e 1f I 6 V W c f e j tl h t y c fi Aisa Year h 1 R 1f t r We arfre tc 1 JheSorrgonJing Country and Ourselves s IB Burgher Publishers t t 7 4 h 4 1 iO 4 C = tn YOKxIV 7 CLTJIURSDAY APRIL 8 J909 NO 14- I ai 1 ff 0 TtM tip t MakeaotrdRONttS- f1it g + Y Ali scientific rued bufiders say J F w AprIL nd Majrare thlfbestl months t6 make good sc r i aiidthey ffarther t work done f after June is worse than no work beinrthecaseLii falihas BO far been no bencflt 1 fch roads Ve9 think some 5 1 loadetlrvsyor should try the l 1 Vorking of ajiroad dray Ills In fpenBiye to make andL costs but r fdceriisper mile to drag This ff is to bedone after hard rains at r f t a time when farmers tahJ10 v work in their cropsu3TlWllssaid i 4f Ytoibe the very beet rjcpgwible to dVto dirt roads Jtiosts io little and is claimed To old so rfJtu for the roads ore IOthink 1 iijshouldbe tried tins Spring in 1 Powell county i State Board oAgrka Htte Meets I The State Board of A rictil tore held aineeting at Louisville Friday Jl rlnonyprQval1ed and I irfagreement j trc8 is to be entirely eliml ifxnaed and the real good of the 1 State taken up Both parties will pull together for 900000 00 from next Le turefor the iiraprpvemerit of lies State Fair red Ri Blackburn director ifforathifl dirtriot attended the imeefingand wasaseignedtoth i workfori iFdreBtry t aIa ineraloJc L 1Iflh H Bic eaw iI TL i i r s t Pow 7 ell uountypeople n0 IIoin K1 raahaittlleoftexwa an r 1tcoS 1t + isei 8utwhiLa fh tlkePe r laweekwhich liJtd thorouglr wet the ground While t h i + r puta brief stop to corn s which WHS then going on it insures a bumber wheat crop for S that part of the state and wheat geoinstobo the principal crop I hi that section T It will pay outo look at our 4 line of Mens Boys and Couths Clothing beforemaking yourpur it chase Hardwjek ifc Coi- titanton b PotatoesIial1tFi- leHe county farmer wiUplant y acres of potatoes using for seed the much heralded Irish potatoes received direct from the old sod It is a pretty good idea to make certain of the seed you plant and the above reminds the Democrat of the experience of a Clark county farmer sonie years ago One season he had an extra 1inec10pof potatoes and late in the fall sold them to a Cincinnati commission firm The nextBpring desiring to plant some fresh seed he bought several sacks of Northern grown potatoes from the same firm On opening one of the sacks he found in it an account book that he had lost in the fall and then realized that ho had bought same of his own potatoes at a good advance in price Winchester Democrat What the Wind Does in Oklahoma We have had considerable high wind this week One day when the wind was blowing so hard You had tobold the hat on your head an Oklnhomian was heard to remark It blows this wAy in Oklahoma all the time He was a young man but it jyas noticed that very deep grooves of wrinkles vvere lined about his eyes He said these premature wrinkles were induced by the eYestokoephelvind full of duet yell uisder such bbBitabifB We remaTn jerfeofly contented at least when the wind ingKentucky it will cease after a time The local option elections in the cities of Ashland and Oat lettsburg and in Boyd county re su1 ted in Ashland going 07 dry andOllnett burg l2 uwet The county outside of these towns went dry by 1245 majority 4 W 1 I I liM r J ftMM JJr i I 4 New Line of Ladies K W7CjloaksJ a raps lt i tt hirf t NewtStyles f1 Lowest Prices 1 It r 3f 4j CALL MDft SEE THEM k n t II QoJf n PI JlXk = I lSjfR1k + i f I + r Kv + 2d v j r j 4Y lyly e r1 fr r t1 jfJ1 Llip r k 1F tt i 1o 4U T 1d if tt f r iLstr t DAVID ROSE Died it home in our city- Bnndayai tockp mt David Rose gi almost four csore years riiosdayniorningaf his oldhi n Paint creek He is survivri n wife and several children Married His sons being iay the best citizens of l owe Hi in of generous im- pulseand ft forgot the hos pltabl ffthe pioneer The stranger though a beggar never lId to find food and 8 leiter4 lf sought it at his- hinds ie was at home by rthebedrf the sick und de Jig lCMiJ kinds and neigh 1borlyHe had borne ad- vcrsityfbr 7 and enjoyed pros i He lad filled the varIiis of life as sontJn ifather brother friend ittid filled them well Who cauVkui ore Bttf1neI Another name Btrickenffrorn the ever lessen ing roll bfeo old settlers and a solitary wean in the sunset of life and jhel v home are left to attest ji i sadly they will miss lu2iif must be so these tender am ties cannot be sev Bred wjUo3ti pang Yet in such a death ttsr f tisrcallY no cause for grtfXiLifK work was done ell dope He had- passed j ldcn wedding day and fr Rr ee with lifes duties yfv4afsulteringandwaitipg Tired 1 ayes t so tired dear tonightWith a fear V To wake inthe morning light i Hustle vs Accepted Isnt it peculiar that uowadays 95 per cent of the people now ac It used to be w enan individual desired employ ment it was ho disgrace and they got out and a job To positionsThesince he watt old enough and hoe managed to keep himself employed but we havent accepted nor yet had to reject a rp lition We once knew a younglenowde8fingcm ployme we ay was a case of have trather than desire gotout and htlitledand failed his friends came tpthe rescue andaf ter beveral days hard work on their part were at laet successful in lauding a 83aweekjob The newspa per account of it ead Mr So and So has accepted position with and etc Ft the newspaper statement one Would believe that the employer had to be and suade him to + raoceptthepositlon- when as a m tier of fact it took the eloquence tfa dozen people two weeks consent to even give tbetniman a trial There are WBtancee the ofllce Bcekfl tb5 inan but an we have sal obilrvatiptu leads us to believe that not Hiore than five per cent of the iiopa are offere- ddireotandh9t toanone accept t offered Those who retodVfotphloyedare the OJIM hustled jobs while those l Bi8fely 4 accept positions are nlftiik iunemployedor seekingeworkaqulet R is no DHt1S HduirraB honor to 9hustle g id hard for em- ploymeuttA1il1ajIpgsecuCed- lt lkaep seal Ag1 it will e veritually 1ft I tiB the Claw iiohwan jjiar clatfllto Ih iR t It u SPit b h- fi I t c h ifJf a l jI t Ji7ti Iq t v3x A Sonic Fine Speaking ThQ Hon Tiios H DufTey of Dubuque Iowa National Lecturer Modern Woodmen of America and the Hon J W DeHart Louisville Ky State Deputy gave a most entertaining talk at the school house last night to a pretty well filled house The addresses were very instruct ive and showed the Modern Woodmen of America to fine ad vantage The Society which they represent is evidently a leader in fraternalism as well as a safe andsecure line of insurance A local camp of this order will be ihsitutited in Clay City in the near future Writes from Indiana James Hr Howell of Bowen has moved to Hillsdale Ind where ho orders the Times sent to his address In speaking of that state Mr Howell says Kentucky is not the only state that is getting tired of saloons for Indiana is fast getting ridof that dreaded nuisance Three counties went dry last week and there are several more that will vote on local option soon I am truly glad to see the people wake up Millinery saing Our Millinery Opening is now on and will continue till Apr 15 You are invited to callandsee our line and we suggest that you call as early as possible for the earlier you call the more we will have tit howyou Hardwick Q- Stanton Rodger the bright little son of Mr and Mrs H 0 War mouth is dangerously ill of pneu moniaSee our line of Walk Over Shoos and Oxfords for Men in the new Spring and Summer styles- Hardwick Co Stanton 8th Christian Endeavor Program for Ohristian Endeav or Society Sunday evening A pril Hth lOOn Topic Risen with Chrirt Leader Mrs Williams History EasterAda Johnson Scripturial Statement about Je sus Burgher The Thought of Risen in Christianity Cecil Williams The Lesson of Easter Flowers Bro Bush The of the Soul Eph McGlone A Symbol of Resurrection Rom 616Grace Shearer Our New Life Col 2 816 Pearl Estes Resurrection Power in Us Ep- h11723Nora Rich The Spiritual Uprising John b24Edd Wilson Risen with Christ Col 811 Kate Hutchinson The Powell County Fiscal Court has been holding the Spring term at Stanton this week allowing the usual number of claims Tom Mountz who has been sojourning with the Clay City colony at Sardis Miss is visitiug home folks for a few days J L Martin of Vinton is in the city the guest of his son Dr Wm C Martin Liberty Brand Hats for Men and Boys in all the new shapes and shades Hnrdwick Co- Sta HQ HAY FOR 37 Tons of No I Balled Hay Clean of Weeds Old KyPhon 7 4x R P D No 6 Chas B LeveeHainlineI I li t y Yau are Cordially Invited =4 Our Display 2E STYLISH MILLINERY I THURSDAY April ResurrectionAM 217ErB SALE AND 1A MsfCentral Hotel Sample Room d + E4 y tt Jl ijII b i iA p Vttulirg I t 1 k J ftI t r Ii C r J oJ TIE TIMES rUUMSUED EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Sotscriptioa Rates SO Cents per yearjn ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered na secondclass mail matter Thursday April 8 InDO CLUB RATES l For the conveiiienco of our sub scribers we have arranged club jate with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 101 C Cincinnati Enquirer 110 CI Louisville Commercial 76 CI Home and Farm Ti Federal Court Decisions In Kentucky the law fixes the toll rate for grist millsit fixed for one hundred years the toll rates for turnpikes and in 1000 the Kentucky railroad commis sion fixed reasonable rates for the railroads but the railroads felt too big for the law airdcar ried the matter to tho Federal courts by injunction and the Federal courts of last resort de cided that the State could not do thatThe miller the turnpike oper ators must suspend operations or conform to the law but the big railroads must earn their stock holders a per cent on their stock and are allowed to make the freight rate to do this The rail roads could conform to the law undyield the owners 0 per cent on the cost of the road but the stock in this like all other big corporations is wateredsome times four fold so that 6 per cent orrHrBbfock is really from 12 to 24 per cent oil tile cost The Federal Court business is disgusting in the main It seems to do the bidding of the big concerns A few weeks ago the Fed oral court knocked out the prose cutionof the Standard Oil Com pany and released it of the 29 000000 fine and it was the Fed theIpassenger rate riand it is the Federal court that has just undone the fair workings of the Kentucky Railroad Commission in fixing freight rates The Federal courts seem to knock out every good law the states may enact where it is for the benefit of therpeople against the big corporations Verily the Federal courts are doing all they can to enslave the pen pIe The Judges of the Federal courts are all appointed by the President of the United States Thus indirectly we are led to nee the absolute power of the President at last He can ap point Judges to his own liking and these can undo any laws or legislation the State may enact and there A5s no recourse This is a shame and we must confess x that this is in reality anything but a free country It is tqday a countr where no man eat ameurwithout paying tribule to a trust no man can be clothed Without paying tribute to the trust no one can lie on n good bed without again paying tribute to tKe trusts then no one can to dny evade paying tributes to the trust But worst of all accord inglo the Federal courts decis ion there is no remedy but to grjn andbear itzEverysvvrdof the flbovo is true thoughshame ful that it is true L r r 4r qr + Y f Our Best Friends The Times is hotVt anstrofti ous In the cause of the Demo cratic party In business or friendship itknows neither par ty is as blind to party as a stink but ia politics it is Democratic However in its news columns the party line is not drawn The same prominence is given of any item regarding a Republican asa Democrat Thin editor one day recently was speaking of his closest and warmest friends to one of this number who happened to be a Democrat The first three mentioned all happened tobb Republicans The friend whom we were talking to said how IB it that inyour closest friends you embrace first of all Republicans when your paper is so strongly imbibed with Democracy Now we didnt name these three Republicans first because they were our three very best friends but because they came into our minds first and at a time of course when politics was not considered by us Another strange thing seems to be aboutthe Republicans is thnt the best ones are rarely in office while the worst ones always are We have como to the conclusion at last that office is poises to a Republican A soldier serving in the Phili pines was courtmartialed for stealing a bar of soap valued at eight cents andsentencedto hard labor for six months Ho made the mistake in not organizing a corporation and stealing a car load and appealing his case to the Federal Court which would have reviewed trite trial and found unconstitutional to fine or 6th erwise punish a corporation for misplacing a ear loud prA two of any articles In pardoning Garnett Ripley Gov Willson has made good the statement that he would pardon any man who would shoot a night riderand it might have been said any one who would aid and assist Ripley was pardon ed without trial or examination though very damaging evidence issaid to be held against him Some of theeating fighters a gainst the tobacco trust are Re publicans That is good of them but for the life of us wo can not see how they can fight this ini quitous trust and indorse Gov ernor Willson at the saino time Twelve thousandsteel workers at Youngstown 0 marched in a Taft procession last full Last week they were handed a ten per cent reduction in wages State lrss Frank J phoney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in thecity of Toledo County tend State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh tlJatcan not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh CureFrank J Cheney Swprn to before me and sub crib ed in my presence this Clh day ot December A D 1886 WGLEAS6jfbUAI Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts diiectty on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials flee F J CHENEY CO To- ledoO J Sold by Druggists 76p Take IUliBiiiily Pills for con jtipation 11 t i j 1 f r 1yr 1 i w There w11 ireea- rthas tics tq 1on asa w rnwLtryto ownall ofltt j4sPOUT iR14Q Ben Stony 1e cn with KW vere attack jofTpiUmortia J TWrjg1t ehtettained i it number offfiiiWttdinuerSun- day J Moses McKi ri visited friends at College HJfflltvvo days last week Berry HaIFlmi110Ved to the village in thetps ncy property 1 Willie Hall liaB moved from Clay City tdrhiJohanq1Vright place t EldBS i4urger conSucted services at the aptist church Saturday and umliiy Elder Geo W cIDt shtwho was very sicklasffweek is much better but is 8 nbt entirely- well till Mr and Mrs BaQurtis vls ited John W id ilqd family near Clay OitvlfiSaturday arid Sunday t LJohnny who return ed from IIli piastweek has- moved into e t Iris mother MrsIJru6ie Wright lived x Jj In FIverMInutes Take your sour stomach or maybe you call it Indigestion Dyspepsia Gastritiesabc4Catnrrhof Stom ach it doesnt mattertake your stomach trouble right with you to your Pliarmac1stiMdask him toO pew ff 60 cent casolbf Dia pepsin and let youeatonet22grnin Triangule andeeeo4tfwithin five minutes tlure isMefUany traceof yipur stomach misery it3The correct namo for you rltroub le is Food Fermentationtoodsour ing the Digestive organs become weak there is lack of gastric juice i your food is only half digested and you become affected with loss ofappetite pressurefarid fullness after eating vomiting f nausea heartburn griping in boweld ten derness in the pit ofstrb1dGtaste in mo thCQnstlp8tion pain in limbs Bieeplessnees beiching of gas biliousness 8ickbeadapbe nervousness dizzineBaiand many other similar symptoms If your appetite i8Xfitikle and nothing tempts you di yoir belch gas or if you reetbtot after oat fog or your foodJies3kea lump of lead on your can make up your rilin1tlittatthehott- om of all this therSis but one caustfcrmentation f undigested food Prove to yourself offer your next meal that YOIJrtetojtiaoh is as goodas any i that theIS nothing really wrong Stopthwffernienta tion and begin eatil what you want without fear dtiqUcbbifort or misery W Almost instantreli Ifiswaittng vffhosgonyou 44M 1 Ai Fruit and 0rtttnjieftt lli TREES i c Evetything ifp tt C rOelhard I aynad Garden WijREEI s MHH1 JKyI I l ijir RECEIVED ittlb tr A Nice Assortment of j q r r s y t i Y fi 4brderiesandLacesjTheSeasonsJ 1 J 6 li 1 t- Y i tJi5JlULI SeE TIii1 t F E i 1 L MRS i ii Wi 00 IJ f i r WiUiarns f r Ii T1 JI A The Whitest WHite Cake f 1V The Lightest Light Rolls h And Flakiest Biscuit M 1clJndc VVlioii Ypu UHO PearliA Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY it iot Sold by our Leading Merchant tONG DISTANCE fELIPIIONE- SPlia s Linezc and xchatifes TALK YOUR 1 NEICHOOKi ocnfllhoM IWhlp you No pin oOalps fief a or boWl Oft OI- MIJwiIrtr W jtwinte- eeuI hoae 1105hm 0o tthne atYerdlbloo Pa111c41SMWni CXoor loAAU ABOUT ytf1tFJHONG ephauHow1Rnulofpn 2S eeatc Wi ewli rr J y mil paper lr A iI j 1k 1 E10S ReUtClrPutsaureeteed I PIEttdejManll tMt tile teeeeI Of O ii iortheraOI01JuitadiIPECIAL 1weW111ylQ50PrTret r fee I4Worr t 1I pYrOrIIrvawdCM1p t Ih F I tai eI1 I rrIi lOt f iwwIIoIi4JO oe11 to oip JJ and C tr to 0151 wfthr ii asA gisJtTNtRTI716 IEEDC- olNltaee5t Rockrerttrilleoltl a- if t 1 1 r 1 H I AY to fjfAKMElSPiY5I1fSJ 0IJfIIlfMSBC8AWS r- CUfOilC Ll oj f vfni101tdcQ dirt or LrinrAdp WrX7edq fiJIHmINdtI Tw an uture oo moth SLal aide IM c fIwitll s1eriQOu1Ii1II IowSe1Yfiu irj q I4thtroee Yeed Anat JIJo wwtoI Dude wartmuJ 5 oi r WriTo REMEMBER TINE OFFER l0 LlMlTIDTIMt ONLY SVya Today 4 THE SUMTEH TCLEPHONC MANUf ACrUMNC COMPANY i2 VIMTIRS Cf I 1Ylunel1 rlr iMMI69l1o ifiI moo iv T- Rieo h YEANS S f IIJ +EXr t1IKNCE TRAHIM t- bQitf= a i f il 4tine lewdip1A sttb lend east 5i 6IJ r M luresUror It Im trtr3lt lJJ1tllII oj e f f takes TJ r ttGtlH 4- i1MfIt JIiMttho hy I A A Mph 81 MT M ilw1 1tI f9r lpf o I U 4 w f4 yu wJr A n f k L 6 j 0 11tI 15 TIMES C 1hil aC g Ni114L JIVEotA PAFFR- aX I f w 5tivffJjruR8DAY J or 1 rApril 1009 a iV f t Crt t1 BREVITIES lAife Ti L Fletcher is very sickwltl lhbgrip t Vhf City=Onuiclltnetin regu- larr7 8t ionirI9ynili1tt Rnd trl1sactecl the regulaf routine of f 4o business si j v 0 W Barnett a former real MIdolt of this city is cbnflned to t i 7 lihome at AVincliester with a very complicated trouble i x We see where some Kentuck hllowehave gone to Texas tQ rail i J tobacco there has never been any t i pbncco grown there 1 before V E Heflin of EuckervilleI i tiiforhierfesidejit of this county r fhasJust Toturnecl from a pros i Ipecting trip to Oklahoma nn TexBbut has not yet decide I to locate there t I A hood rain fell Tuesdaynigh t t5 which was beginning to be need ed to induce a quicker growth of f grass and soften up the ground ivlllcl in many places was get too hard to plow frbting bigplaning mill in this city started up Tuesday morniiij 1 i for a short rut It is a pitytha r St this plant cannot run all the time for many of the employed havi nothing else to do when this Viiz Uiill is closed flown S t4J 4- ek Oatr Spring Gqo ls arenow in It p1twilltpayyouto eep then wick fc Co oqq t 5 Stanton di v X t 1 i r lJr itJrewaKush has bouiltoftoy the Kohtucky Union Oompan f i the residence property in the eastern part of the oity at a pri I 1 vote figure IttrRushwill move r jftothe property soon as sumo leneded repairs can be completed JJ of The several warm days this week have forced the peaches ipearsand early plums to full r Jlildomf nothing happens to i Jafar we will have plenty of al e kinds of fruit this year Time to clean up Taken peep at your hack yard probably the r = elimination of a lot of tin canis yj55 fand athorrubhishwould improvi- appearaHceaipceaMyX nono nl1d IjtS surroundings should bo guard odifrom contuminatjoiis f UplBefpre vthe Bar t N ILj Btownt an attorneycol s iPltwfieldfVt writes We hav ii d Dr KingSTJfew Xife Pills fo to years and find them such n gopi a family medicine ve wpldnt bt i without themH For Qhills Con stipation Biliousness pr Sick Head ft1r ache theywork wonders 25o Sofdruggists j Ji f i WcDoni Need Them r3L yi 1r fIHi man who canialways find a cSKiplaiiit ngaiiist dvery enter r p ie In Ins Qwn can bQPUtt10j n 4n8 to all rjjrosc I tanc his buU6leelt0ttltllliagpscpal t gl i I o leW IJg i l7liulitftlty 1- t1 t I lttlpdRathrr Die Doctor 0 thaaaiayqnsj t Uti1 triII id i I 1 I t1Jll1gbii110f i Ill but youll die from gangrenE which had eaten l glitto it tityort donlt salUiglf doctolnj In n i8te tlho rAedtUuckleng Arnici SalveitiUwliuhywtired Ileeures- a of f Ftfiema Rvr Qr8J3 tllll Bur andspQeg astound the world i5i at ail Druggiete- J J r- n 7i tb S yv- ISEEDSUWllES15 SWXH3 1 I SPECIAL OFFER t MU aioNl2SerLtew AttUlWlU I oar tremens tnetomer r Prlze COllectl ac +Q r 11Ixlnrlp1IiketineetthryT Mi tiMt 10 pA pdnel +a Tittsi nneUtt la aU BCAKAKTCFD TO PtXME- I Write today M ptlonthlspper orhSEND 10 lOeoftppood fwfttat u4 reelntbLtkleSeY of tJfU will bid 1r1In 8eutl teedand Poet neck- pYa Wom to Batuktr rl Sidi Ju c n nvHClw9Vf HHTTiTT The Powell Fiscal Court liar I been in regular session nt Stanton this week making tile regu tar allowances for current ex penses Swept Over Nlagara Thjs terrible calamity often hap pens because a careless boatman Ignores the rivers Warnings ripplei and faster currejil Natures warn lugs are kind That dull pain 01 ache in the hack warns you the Kidneys nerd attention if you would escape fatal maladies Drop sy Diabetes or Brights disuse Take Electric Bitters at onceand see Backache fly and nil your best feelings return After long suf fering from weak kidneys and lame Iback one t00 bottle wholly cur ed me writes J R Blankenship ofBelk Tenn Only 50c at all druggists x IReceipts of the internal revenue department from taxes on beer and distilled spirits manufactured in the Eastern district of Wisconsin in the nine months ending with A prill show an actual loss of 8342 115 as compared with the receipts for the corresponding period in thep- reVItlsfisl1111 year Words to Freezb the Soul tryoutson has Concumptiori His casohl hopelessji1 These appalling words wore spoken toGen E Blovene aleading merchant of Springfield NC by two expert doctorsone a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes MrBlevehB he was as well us ever J would not take all the mon ey in the world for what it did fort my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of despetute Lung diseases on earth 50o and 8100 Guarantee aitis faction Trial bottle free Sold by nil druggists The harvester trust of the U sited States is building factories in France in order get theadvan titHe of cheaper labor Steel web Picks Fence I1 ItCh parThQf Wood + t = 7p1 Tie lowest priced good substutitiad Irnvn and d fcnce3iK rtt6ifCt ci italag tif awn field feog nsandpnultr fencing DEKA13U5ENCE Cp LDel alb 11xaiaaiCkyiMe a 4 V zn- w 9 r w ea yr- P 15Mto be Fine I Few pepp 1 here knpW that ya can cure that dread American dis ease llheumaUem with Just cpm nroiy everyday fdrugs found in anv drug 8lor The prescription is sO simple that n one can prepare it at home Ki iiiliallcost It is made up as follows Get from any good prescription pharmacy fluid Ex ract Dandelion one balf Ounce CompouddIargon one ounce Compound tSyrup Sarsaparilla hr eoutt es Mix by shaking iti a bottle and tijke in teaspoonful dos es after eabbmea1and at bedtime These are all simple ingredients harmiemas home rem ay t little cost RhiuniatleHi as every one knows is a flyrriptomfof deranged kidneys It is a condln produced by thi failureof t kidneys to properly filter or strain from tllq blood the uric acid animvther matter which if not eradicated either in the u rind or skin pores re mains in the blood decomposes and forms bout the joints and muscles causing the untold suffer ing and deformity of rheumatism This prescription is st d to he a splendid healing cleansing and in vigorating tonic to the kidneys and jives almost immediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary trouh es and backache Good intentions gradually cease timing to thoso who never use M Trespassers All personlaru hereby notified hat all hunting and trespassing is orbiddeii bv4he undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this n- oticeB B HUTBON Y- t CAPITAL STOCK 81OOOOO i SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO r I THE 0 Jrt WINOEEE JER BANK OF WjNcitHTisn Kv V 7 NUOIIY Wixniunsppox PHBS r V K 61IIAarOABIIIEI I YOUR A COUNTS SOLICITED I iB F BERRY i = Undertaker Keeps a rust Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits Also can furnishNome Made Cotr tins to Border fan sort Notice I When Desired West frySSr a 1iS rrrr O fIP r1AUPPIN l Watchmaker t I t JH14 Jeweler All Kinds of f Watch Md Clock i Repairing on Yi iertNoticoand- Reasonablelt fSATISFAC li fnnJ B LlHe ot jewelry ISpectacles It Call tHe l la the Red vd1eti ldlihdiNg- CLAYVCITY It ikl3Mfl1CICY 1 t++ ti ct4+ t 1Iffir3 t v o 10 tiil I 1K ytIJ t t a 1Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and I Roofing I WRITE FOR PRICES Bedford and Tuttle Winchester Ky ofU + + t + + +tHdi t F 1 l ++++ +ttt3 4 3 d i 4 i iFa a F F3 + Fi ++ IV J COURIERJUURNALIi WATTERSON Editor iHENRY+ tiifof t WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and i+ t + i THE CLAY CITY TIMES U 100IIIi you g e or dporno to the Courier Journal ii 7Jtl +++of ViV14 + t++Ho++ +a r3 H + +110 oI+ Ho + CourierJournal a Year 4 600E CourierJournal a Year aoo ++ 1Dally ++ We can give you u combination cut rate on Dai ly or Sunday if you will write this paperIiff+++ ++++++ +t + ++ H4+FtaX a + oJt 1++ ++ 1ter+ds oJ 01 + ++ o +otoo + fJE Aag 1i CLAY CITY NATIONAL i BANK i CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern god careful banking j Savings Department 36 Compound Interest Paid SemIAnnually on Savings Deposits I BOARD OF DIRECTORS U COUKTNEV J D ADKINSON fliM SCOTT J F Cox A T vvjiirr M H OFFICERS COUUTNKV Pres ICHAS SCOTT Vice PresT A T WHIT GnsluerfI gJD1im 1Z ++ + 10 + t3t + 2tfgfdFd ThitFS + + o1o + to +40 + + + + +011 r3 H3 + +t INSTJKE WITH i f A LYON Se SON I 4The LendlnJXnHurnnce Agents tJEawtorxi 3 i i Over 200000000 Ii Represented is 1- tf + 5 1Eperyonowhoknowsanytbingabout insurance know they are leaders N 1 1- a + 4i tti++ + ++4 + +y+++ + t++ +++ ++ tt r i4 4i C c e- I A M 4 x 4- f r p Any Time is Bliss Time Keep a box qf BUM Native Herbs on hand for all emergen desforheadachedlstressafter tJpatlonrheu matlsmbloodd- isorders Take a tablet once In a while just for healths sake II I BLISSNATIVE I is an oldtime remedy of roots- herbsand barks pressed Into tabletseasy to take 200 tablets for 100 guaranteed to benefit or money beck Get the genuine in yelow boxes onlymadobyQBLISS in SOLD BY W G PATRICK KIMBRELL KY PROFESSIONAL CARDS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY BR SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY C WELCH Attorney do CounselloraLaw TANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth Very Serious It is a fiery oerioui Matter to ask for one medicine led leave the wrong one gives yea Poe this t bsylagWbe BLACK DRAUGHT liver Medtctae- Ttdi repotatioa of this old relia ble medicine for constipation Indigestion and liver trouble Is firm ly esubllshed It does sot imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fe largerNleSOLD DJ TOWN W KILLnn COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryIFOR I ALL TIIROAT AND LUNDTROUBLE8 li A111TEED IiIATISlIAoJOltJ IAIDKONEY BElIUJrDED The Greg Dia- TdIIand O Dysentery Crae jacute and chronic diarrhoea dysen cholera morLiU rnnmer complaint cholera and prevent the develop of typhoid fever S me obtained in uU part of the world II WORKS LIKe MAGIC t Ir Prhe 25 centaperbox fttit acrC t a IRlb llt t ncs11M1 p eE th ldcvWretltreryouwuddlrecto Ti otITARho CHEMICAL COMPANY 03WeN u SA rr- k r S f roi rtr r + C The Commercial ConventloH People in this county are interested in the commercial convention which has begs called to meet in Louisville April 28 The meeting will he held in the Red boom of tho Seelbach Hote1and will last that afternoon being followed in the evening bya banquet tendered by the Com mercial Olub The delegates will be given the freedom of the Southern Electrical and Industrial Exposition which will be open at tlwUime A call sent mthythe Commercial Ulubof Louisville which is arranging the affair has bodyandIt is asked that delegates be Up pointed by them to represent each county The convention is expected to have representation from at least 100 counties in Kentucky so that it will be the most inclusive gathering of the sort since the last State Development Convention The object of the meeting to is to make the men of all sections of Kentucky known to those of other sections The McCracken county man and the Carroll county man are to get together and the Bullitt county man and the Bell county man are to exchange ideas The delegates will bring information of the resources and needs of their respective coun ties and this information will be filed It will be the first time that a systematic effort has been made to compile such informa tionTo Increase Your Happiness If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life forgot your neighbors faults Forget all the slander you ever heard Forget the teintatibnB Forget the faultfinding ldJ uilyi remember the good points which Tall you fond of them Forget personal quarrels of histories fyottmayhave heard by accident wouldIseem williyou disagreeablefrom clean sheet today and write upon it for sweet memorys sake only those things whichare love ly and lovable A Short Business Career Youd scarcely expect one of my agcyin merchandising to en gage hope to get a paying trade without the local papers aid And Vet I did that very thing I opened up a store last springy this morning the sheriff took my stock and sold it on auc tion block Dont view me with- a scornful eye but simply say as I pass by There gays one who seemed to think he had no use for printers ink There is a truth as broad ua earth and busi ness men should know its worth tis simply this The public buys its goods front those whu advertise We cant understand why the funny papers always picture ih farmer with long whisker + He has lJcenHlulVeilnrara than nny Vnv in Nil tIll induatrinlclasses- See our line of Queen Qiuility Shcus hnd Oxfonlt for AVpuien In the IIItw hullII agtl IPRttl HujrUwiok k Co Stanton Ky The man ivlio hns confidejicp inn schuiue tiiid bats It S6ttH batter oir thllti JifonmnIIIlIHI 11iS money fit itunilHttN4hut rrc J fl ij fj tY jr M s J r t ii7 t K 8 if The Oeei1 k5palga Now ML o in Iii Kentuok Starte1 iti- earnbstIt 1i IV pubhe citizen J I who 18Ie thYwiththis mostneeded K r merityUfr exert his every nce lu behalf of the consttlutlnumdrnent td- be eubmftted ttt votely or the Stnte at the n Xt1ttatllLSt eelec Uon J fr Agreat mpvt of tlii8ki6d would scarcely euwHboutpubl- ia senttmelL orQ I1Ja byIa campaign as was started at thenteeting recently held inLnufsv We have every confidence ofHHe oj ctiils in this or ganization beingable to ptpaeouto this C hall por sible vigortIn ndditionYtopl cingtepaakers- on V i i liter I ature freclythr oat theState the assistance oilhe State Frees IK indixpensible asfSre JB no com munity in the Stagyliat will toot be immensley the adop tion of the prppofl amendment andwe hope that the new of will7dn hands in helpiiig fcreate a sentiment f ram 88lJejthat will have the effect of relcv1Iibe citizens of all parts of they intolerable conditions whtehltjave surrounded them in nil beset earsEx Bustedll1la fail An old negrowas asleep on the train out of Sedalia thee other lily mouth 9 pRnd snoring when a drurnm lemptied a quinine capsule on hifi tongue says the Butler The old darky awrikenjfjj began to spit around and called for Hie conductor saying Boss isdere a doctor on dts hWe troutiIdont know wtiie cnductor Arc you sic emai htf- isfllckH IVItsEaietmatter- wrtkyoul t bustgt 1aa ftt- Young bdtit- ttstelifiq ladydooliI 4t the first pair ot good ftftiiij cloths that comesalong ettYtItsi- nrne because I foundt It but wait until s surCIIuthmnn comes along HeJfcwjTriotbethe Johnny on the ad the other kind but he wildei tlierewhe1 the other onehas It cue foii tired and passed our 1 J E Ni black IltiZmovedtrr the western porti i flthis county where he has rented i farm uud will engage ijffarniihg Putting your ti 1frardI I puttingbuthery honest man stemidtroad Sunday is JE at Which time is looked foSr rdto as the tnrnitig point f s real Spring weather I INK thStsMtIMPROVED an y P ECTED fromPaper H and the Hand Mildew Iron Rut Drug ai Crrtrftand Berry I I iInkOutAn ab oluurJ and Stain Removers an J adjunct to any household guarantee wn f Yerrdeaier i pioneyIfInkOut I it when used a t d 1recttons Make noeube8tInkThegwnuine and eastboxPRICE YL pjkateedirestIOHNai ANONI r 7 4 J iN u r z- n lr S k 4 7 iIaI1l1psuv Thousands of ladies suffer agonies everymonth Z Ifouciostop 1tdlliibk J1dtnafur 1 Emphatl tour a 1JQ jtivelr NOl Then make up your d mitid to preteitorxJiireiy needled aiiffer ngxI TAKE CARDUJI It Will Help You IrosihisQfCary 1 nearly cramp to death My back and side would ingtogetrelief w giveCarduiAT ALL DRUG 8TOB1S i 8l1MNAKYOE L E TlflE T 9LE i EltstB undYest ohnd No2 Dailyp 2253U5 320 834 35n 358 405 414 930 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