You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 15, 1909. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1909 cla1909041501 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 15, 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. i kvw r Ii cc I 41 i n r 4 t r a W- arCITY f i l J I 1 aItJ IA J THJm CL 7 f r ft N A TIM1Stut C 7 wsJ s ffS tflyfr V f i t3 r 60 Cents a tear in Advanet fw i Wt airire tojiejp dayXiiy t6Q SflrroDiiiiiig Country ahJ 6 rselvZ fIiurghr Publisher 11 to e s V bi- V XIY CLAN O tK THUhSDAY APRIL l 1900 i NO 15 IU JOG 4 t Vooo Hal r may 1t4 + teidetopuctat Willie Rogers Is yry sick nt y this itintivithcroup- Saturday and Sunday fire Bro tPEdwards regular noting V s- tl WP Visomerchant of this ohmbusinessTildon Risen who bas been at work at Dan Tiptoes on Black reek has returnedvhomo- 43Jder Sherman Robbi sheld regular meeting at wOre k t fchufch Saturday night and Sun 1i davC Miss Winie Pasley daughte- rojEAiIt y Pasley who has been sfaying at F R Davidsons at Ir vihehns been Visiting friends nndrelativeshero the last fewJe days flog Viee merchant of this place has sold hIs entire stock Vf goods to his father 1V1 Wise and lie is now situated at Dry Ridge with a nice line of Dry goods and groceries Tjjo Democrats of the 28th Senatorial district have called a primary election to be held Juno 15 The entrance fee tyas been fixed at 1006 or about twice ns much as the Office pays The- districtisconiposeddf Mbntgom pryVOlark and Bourbon coon t Ge r Asa Todd of Spout Spring has moved to the Martin farm on Snow kook Mr Todd is one of Powell countys leading farm ers and we are glad that ho will ntilenvethecounty It will pay you to look at our line of Mens Boys and Youths Clothing before making your pur chase Ifardwlok fc Co- Stanton tTo Bulld Electrfc Railroad weraEfileato sytem to cpji neSfc Gincinnati Louisville Lex iii4on and Mayyjlle The roan is incorporated at lO000000 aid the pr9 Is who are Glioif- yirau c ii ty men say they haft backing of Easternapit4l to build the road The proposed line will the rtch white Burl ttodalcoJiiiictofthe State in several places where there is no railroad ofa description Some 250 miles of track is proposed to be built by the pro meters Negro Lynched Ben alias Booker Brame a negro eighteen years of ago was lynched Friday by a mob of be tween 200 and 300 farmers for At tempting to assault Miss Ruth Gee seventeenyearold daugh ter of William Gee a prominent Trigg county farmer After an all i ight search th J mob located Brame who was carried before Miss Gee and posfively identified The mob carried Brame to Flat Lick near the Trlgg mind Ohristiati county line and hanged him to a treer An exchange says aUpign- with small purposes doinojt Help to make a town lively ante grossive The man who never contributes to public enterprise or Voluntarily asstn support JnEi yJJiUttoPutaac ciitcrpcioes is iipt Worth coaxing to remain in a town and should he decide to move out it is always a matter congratulation Itsunits and not mere ciphers that countsjors- omething Be a unit Night riders havo broken loose in Indiana and ate said to be informing tenants that they must not give the landlords in the vicinity of Washington more than onethird of the crop rt N ffri I I I J 1 i t j USTRECEIVEDNew Cloaks and Wraps i 1IJeweSt rylesLowest Prices t H- wrCALL j l I AND SEE THEMf I I I I I n i CSHIMFESSEL 4 to I 1 f j v 1t 4 v Yt +av j ri 4fnJr+ rs i peT 1 Ifi- f1Itti i 4 k j An Improvement Association While alljthelowns nr undus areforrnjnpjissociations of their busiiles njie fertlme purpose of impoving Ike tall I what is the reasfi tlithallty City can not havSdnef jlit will cost nothing to mt et on in twoor four scob 4Q tallt vcr thevi dntliatiti- n3VMlpitiiiiifit otfdo mlobofim vj Ayet we should get bettdr ttc uaihted with one another sn with one anothers xwants A communi ty of na1ehes an enthuse asm apt to display itself i o The old saying th tJcvcrything conies to him who w may been true in th 1d time but under the spintoffthe present age if a person wYnlsia thing he must go after il- s rrbelieve there is a goaheidjprit enough inV town to carry au improvement association t1tf Uh to good results if itwer and wo also belieVpffclt after it was fair ly startedpo good effects of it would immediately Per liips not pme cities have done in gettjngBgreat branches of in diistryo s here but to plans for beau sing and improving what we1jA oand in being ready tQembra portunities if any should1 coh f tAn association of this kin ms torus would belessaa nd profiablo even tif notmuf lmewayMboom- t q fmtrti 1Y iior me bfl ttj mfaken hOfu the rnaft r i TT A Just Remonstrance No wonder tobacco raisers rise up and try to smite trusts hip and thigh It is stated that the bisines in time entiro country is in the handsoften men and the annual statement of the trust shows that time surplus after pay ing of preferred dividepds was 18550834 equal to 460 per cent on the 40242400 common stock which compares with 424 per cent in 1007 State Journal Much of the Fruit Killed Most of the peaches pears and and early plains were killed the last of the Week by the freezes which were pretty heavy for this time of the year three nights The apple crop is still safe The theory that fruit cannot be killed when blooms in the light of moon SlJow exploded but by next year thistlieory will be re vived and many who will have forgotten thoNpast will story I never knew iUto fail A Cnrd df Thanks Wo Avish to thank our kind friends and neighbors for the as sifitauco and sympathy given us during the illness and death of our dear husband and father i al so for the beautiful floral offerings iMrs D P Rose and Children gime Clay City Base Ball park has been repaired and put in fine condition for ball playing soon as the season bgohs in the Spring A strong team will bo organized when it is xpepted some fine gambs will bd ppIkmdoffwith the Zormornurn1r tlaurols coming their vvay tq V w t1r tiTy t i j+ M to A Negro FIght George Smethers and John Prewitt boltf of color got a lit tle tdo much liquor Saturday nighitnndon their road lipmo engaged in a difficulty in which Promvitt was pretty badly cu- tthoiiglit seriously A child was born to Mr and Mrs Letcher DI11tonof West Bend Sunday Mrs Dalton died Monday of luck jaw Besides her husband she leaves one other little child Before her marriage Mrs Dalton was a Miss Berry The street committee is adver tising for bids on hauling slate on the streets We learn it is the intention of the City Council to pike the main street from the Hardwicks Creek road to the Waltersville bridge I The temperance people of the State have called a meeting of its forces in Louisville April 20th and21st to discuss ways and means of organizing a Statewide prohibition movement The second story of thin Clay City National Bank is being fit ted up for the use of a Lodge room to be occupied by the Royal Arch Masons and some of the other orders Butler Stuart has moved back from Uonaker Ya here he has been employedrby a biglum berconcern for some time The theplititclose Marshal Johnson will convey today a prisoner by the name of Stuurt to the Estill authorities nt Irvine where he broke jail last week See our line of Walk Over- Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the new Spring and Summer styles- Hardwick it Co- Stanton R Great t Decrease In Earnings Time annual report of the rail roads of the country will this year show a losspf over fOJJOOOO OOOin gross receipts over the exceedingly prosperous year ending in Juno 1007 The loss lust year was 1014U011 in gross earnings If the panic should thus continue for a few yenrs longer at this rate of decrease we will soon have to take it afoot when we go very far May wheat has made another jump this time to 1 28J Last year the same wheat was worth but 92 cents Persons who have not got their supply of flour will now feel the ellect of the price when they buy the next President Tuft has instructed Director North of the Census Bureau to disregard party lines in securing suitable men under the new census act Time instruc tions it was said have especial reference to the South Denver reports another heavy fall of snow the fortyfourth since the beginning of winter At Cripple Creek Monday night the mercury was six degrees below zero The fellow of whom everybody speaks well never gets very far in this wqrld Its the fighter who wins t Liberty Hrnd Hats for Men amid Boys in all the new shapes and liHndtfe 4 Hardwick 1 Co- Stanton HAY FOR SALE 27 Tons of No i Bailed Hay Clean of Weeds I Old Ky 734x Phone R P D No6 Chas B LeveeHainlineI eI it f f oJ I i 11 10 ii It r1fif I d Yu are Cordially Invited T- Our SeeIDisplay 2L STYLISH MILLINERY Ii i Aril 8thAND FRIDAY Apirl9th IIllri1 q Mrs W N BUSH Central Hotel Sample Room a- E h AJ ilalllt crr I 4 rt c tw 4 f M t t r r 1 itd t THE TIMES n TnuUSUATLh J a Burgher Publisher Sabscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as second clnss snail matter Thursday Ajrf11b10110- CLUBRATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rhea prisesbelowThe rUlES and CourierJournal 10Q II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 14 Home and FarmL75 What Bad Roads Costs L W Page the United States good roads expert has computed the waste in dollars and cents which annually results because of the poor roads throughout the country Mr Pages somewhat startling figures Worth Record In arriving at these figures he has estimated that there must be hauled over wagon roads every year loads which aggregate 205 000000 tons which is 30 per cent of the railway tonnage of the country The average haul from farm to railroad station is 91 miles mid the average cost of from 23 to 25 cents per mile Comparing this with the rate for ocean transportation during 1005 and 1000 when the rate was the highest ever known and it is found that it costs a farmer more to haul wheat the 94 miles from his farm to thcrjulroadjhanit does to ship the wheatVomNew York to Liverpool He snakes a further comparison of the cost here and in England France and Germany where the costaver ages 10 cents per tulle and in some cases fulls as low as 7 cents and the amount of waste from bad roads becomes still more impressive e Though probably few people have hud any idea of what the actual waste by reason of bad roads amounts to there are re maining very few who Ilrenot fully educated to the necessity for a general betterment of roadways Any disagreement on the subject would arise from n vary ing standpoint as to most advisa ble methods for securing road improvement Mr Page offers the suggestion every state should have its roads surveyed planned and supervised by a state engi veer a method already in pray tice in twentythree the states where salaries for such engineers vary from 2500 to 10000 a year He argues that wagon roads should he constructed with as much care as would be necessary for a railroad bed grading being employed wherever neces sary to eliminate steep ascents and sharp declines since these conditions as much as the general impassabillity of the road- sthroughouttheyear are respon siIJloortheexcessive cost of wagon transportation- As it is nolonger a questing of the advantage of goodroads ovor had ones it is not a question of economy since the estimate proves that bad roads are much more expensive than goodones would be The only thing which now remains to determine isI wluit method of procedures best Page places the J cost of hauling agriculture and siiiiilnr products over th ronds throughout the United States tit 250Oo0 Op e iSiipt of Public j Instruction J GrQrabbe and Commissioner Qf Agriculture M 0 Rankininfe two state officials that are certainly performing th idlutiei in their respective ofllceSjquitef ro flciently and most satisfactory regardless of their hindering ntr taclnnent to the Republican par ty All praise 19 these gentle men The Times nuns alwdws to le just to every person with whom it has to deal in public life This paper has had much to say about Gov Nilsson and his absolute incapacity as u Governor jnd how the State treasury has been emptied without a single im provement but this is evidently not duo to the Commissioner of Agriculture and the Superintend ent of Instruction who certainly have the welfare of the state and its people at heart or Over two hundred millions of acres of land and hundreds of millions of dollars have been given by the government to private corporations for the purpose of constructing railroads across the country Is it then not just that the government do the same thing for highway roads but will they do ittl No j but after build ing the railroads to a large ex tent these goveriiifient Judges will annul tiny just Legislation thopeople may pass ngllinsthe Who ever heard of the govern ment aiding a poor titan in any way shape form or fashion it is alwaya to help tho richnnd coerce the poor A farmer was observed piling up a lot of roclv on his place not ij oTIoneeded the rock picked up he thought he could sell them to John Langley to build one of his pikes wljjch he was so sureIasf fall before the election he would build We guess John is too busy right now fixing lip the new tariff bill to give immediate at tention to our pikes of coprsp though he will build them t r u jV t1 c SPOUT SPRING JA number of our people at tended court at Irvine Monday Elder B S Burgher retufried home Monday after u three weeks stay in our midst r Mrs Nannie McKinney of Lexington is spending ayfew days with relatives here Alfred Crow has moved into the house with W J Ghristopher and will farm With him this year State ToledoLucas Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partnerof the firm of F J Cheney Co doing bush ness in the city of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum pi ONE HUNDIIED DOLLARS for each andevery case of Cutirrh thatean not bo cured by the use of Halle Cdttrrh Cure Frank j Cheney Swornto lieforeinc and subscrib odJp my prescnco this Oth day cff December X D 1880 SEAL NOTARY AW HLEASONII Hulls Catarrh Guref Is taken in ternally said ants directly on tho bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Sdnd for testimonials rcoF 5 UIIBNFXS CO To ledoO Sold by Druggists 7Cc Take halls FllIufly TijlsTor con j itipaUon 1 V 2 4 r LI 1 CnRISTIANUtI33AVORr Program lorphristian Entl rv Snn v eni i pri118th1009t TopicWhY iti e Observe alto Lords Dar tThelmpnrtantkact of thoEas ter Tide Betini Rich 4t The Lord ru9T ActsT George Fetcthep4 Tho ff riUgf JtCOI j02 Thomas Rose j 111btOrnleJohnstln The Lords JayijL MeniOryppf the Lord EdnilEarhest V A of Rest Ex- v 20 8U ElsieBllIg r 5 A Day of Worship Jsa58 18 li SiielbyBulgher A Day of LovingServicealhr- k310Joycie Riqh f The Outcasts9Iay Isa50 Q8 Ruth Earnest fA Pattern pfL Days Rprol 11512 Ruth Eaton f A Day of AQiyM dories J1 ff 20 lU23EthcI Johnson M- All members lthnti haven tpaid their duostivill pleasecoine prepared to do sf this meet r CI fag c r xT One writer sa be ifs you have enecentSaret- hen if you haverffre cents rlie five times as ppy a In Five ate Take your sourJtotnaehormap- he you call Indigestion Dyspep sia GnHtritiea or CStirrh of Stout ach it doesnt matteiuke your stomach trouble rfgHt with yoirto your PliarmuoUt rt alsk him toO pets a b0 cent caset6 l PrtpissDia pepsin U nll tyet TriHiigule ante se wllhiiirtQ minutes thtre tHe Ji trace of your stomach misery 1 Thecorrectname Y your trotib lei Food Ferni ntnli 11rood sour ing the fig 6tlv organs become weak therdlack of jjastrio juicej your foodle ly hall digested and you become afteoted witii loss of appetite prrssure ftud fullilefis afteirating vomiting nausea iieaftbiirn griping in bpwdsi ten ernessinthe of tmach bad taito Ininoulconstipatignlpalntht- limbselceplesssnessi lii rcif ghifr biliousness sick tlieHd che nervousness dizziness dnilmany other siniilrtr symptoms If your appetite iafrckiei and nothing you orynt1 bell gds or if you feel hloaitaIafterbati- nS or your food htis tklnIhinp of lead onyour stoat c1j you can snake up your mind lhfitvat the hot tom of all thia thei ilutojj cause fermentation of unBigeiiUd C 00 dif r Prove to yoiirself after your next meal that your tmnoh id as good as any that tlUrJjjishothing really wrong Stop lif tl then and h eutili ltat you want without fearotiUjsconifort pr misery Yi Aljnost instant relief ia waiting for you It is a matlerjofhow eon you take a little Diapepcin V4W4 IN 11141 u uqj 1- J Fruit and 0mental- TREES1 J r t Everythiif S Ocrhard Lan ant j Garden 1 i IIC rHio 3L d L- h t rJt t l fi 11 I J etKrtjf T l I fftJI 1ir roJ r 1 1 t l I 6r x fi A Nice Assortment r of TfetepMi 0 zki f ACMt4 V tr Sii Vir r I I It r S i t jN Jft f ry7 I77mbroJlerles anLa I r CeS 1 i 6iof J I heSeasonsr Newest Greatloii s f 5 ijJ i yted r l 0 MIDHSflULD 012 J mEl1 0 1 Yc i 2 f r 9 f rY Jf If q W r t J iYiUiLJ U t tii3 118 I 1 In8tt t 1oSJ J f 4o 0 tn tNj Z 1 wJ 1 The Whitest White Cake r t This Lightest Light Rolls J sr 2 t t Arid FlakiestBiscuit tJl S Avo MndoWhoivVoutJNo v l Pearl and Batel Pride hr1w 4 LAt Take no Other EverySaekGuaranteedr MANOFACTURED BV j A CAIN VERSAiLLES KY SoldbypjlrLcJldlngMerchafttfl v t I 1Ji I tONGDJStNttTELEPIIONESPJjvateLiIi TALKNEIGt180ji5 PJnftnlW epriieece d wriT Wepwileac1n tom I Moor Wmnlnn t6cl WnTorf A11AlOVi7Hcrr1FPtpNUk mpwtobulLUI endtpasE I oruril nc1S ovind mention nfirn9nttflHIHEBMHiifiiHHBinE Write EMUoIBER FORAUMfltD T1fILONIV WriITr THE sntTUILlvaeNCaultetracTba IBSCOMPM1Yi puMrlR flEDl 1 FehIIlf M IIIiSutr nl dUriHifl It f1rPInterbentdt lthe wJerarmerNeutOuriloiMAernrowlle SHeA rnR r Plf O JIt COLLECTIONlylteor 1 I p NdIA a 1b InUlw1fr2nCtr1nAA + 1 r1- pIorFI Arte put a i JaflIIo ou 40 w44tihrt Fill11t1mf lorwt lod- el I WIt rUCIIIna I nT pixft MFVlefbi iCon JrY t of I 1Sxf ffflti IfApwnttS p itkifta tilant you c U J hire 1Molfin cIa 011 IdiltrkIpha 1 Write T rj roh1h ovrfma4nt FnetI S Mf BorDiri T co i4x f JlLVlucAmTo Of1Ef In a ph S Co e- w I r d t 80 YEARir s EXPERIENCErAA COiiflMlHTc t atQetekl mnuOQ 11 aoneirlet eonadeullatH IIateuN k 1rMpqa H1HIUolt oaanr14 H1 Li tIIttfkl1 it 1 A MTi ot UI8otli MT Weft1Ii T IJill HI t c esbee 16 J M k 1- n 1 t i N11JIt r r vr 11 P J 1 1 y fn t iiri r rIrt iI t4t tt r rr1l TIMESii ki i 1i r cY i1ic ANALL HOMfrMA PAPER- P1dtJRsIAY i t J April 15 1000 Iffbf 5 Op ty BREVITIES P Drink WAINSCOTT3 ItOXA i UOLtI r I i 7 rcMr8Mary Hoskin is visiting rS Jr w iMm BrSnt Elkinat horde iii r TJ i i i sjjrv Miss Bertha Mapelis visiting fiends atBeattyville tins week Vr V The cool weather continues r jvg7eatly retarding all growth of C 1v grass and buds j 1 ift IfF P Adams continues very illwith a severe attack of- c J f Stomach trouble 1 Miss Grace Shinifessel hats on- v teredthe Eastern Kentucky Nbiv i maiSchool at Richmond i John Pr Gaylord has openeda pa pew blacksmith shop at his V home across the river in old Oay Uity s Edward Rose who has been at i i Beattyville for some woks on business returned home last 1 j rweek 1 fienry Conlee late of Michi t Han is home pn a visit after Jao several years absence from the I cbun ty jot Y Some new wheat has been sold t ti thWoodford county at 1 00 per r bushel to bo delivered soon as t threshed+ FE Thetrial of Beech Hargis for are tKe murder of his father Judge ti James H Hargis will be called Monaayti+ Our Spring Goodsare nowin It 1 it jjrill pay you to see them h r + KarowicK Co Jnri i y Btanon1j i k Edwin Rose one of Powell countys lending farmers has a fr ewe that has given birth to four- lamVsailnbwlivinKandgrowiHg t nicely fi l E D Curtis has sold his prop- ertyrt hear this city tb JW Bur t t ton for 250 and has moved to it ihouse 6f H H Hoskin across t4th river t House cleaning is occupying u considerable attention of the Glay Clity4iouse wives just now Lk j2 There should also be a general cleaning up about the yards Itch lots alleys and streets which will command the ntten i Lion ofthe men folk r Up Before the Bar IttN II Brown an attbrriey ot- A O Piftifield Vt writes Wo have J i usedrr Kings Ww Lifo Pills for years and find them finch a good k family medicIne we wbldnt be a w without them FtirChillserr tit pation BiliousnesBOr Sick Head ache they work wonders 25p at I fl all druggists li y V Put liig OB City Airs h vQuTt of seventeen new suite j I flied in the Estill filrcuH Court t f seven are divorce suits besides 1 eases of this0e t1e ie aro soye skin continuo from laSt term n tf iEstill Herald 1f4f2AZts r DK DO or r saidxI f i b1ito 111 die from jaClgrbae svhihhxhadeatenaway ig toes J rf if ygqIni stwitlhe used flJoklen s r ia t i tilhx9i Uycured rtscurs9 of i t 3arassadt r + ltalli1Jrr 16te e 0 ftt ij1t J MA +e Jw i rs1 t 1 A T ryjtr tY r i There hiyo been several forest fires in the county the past soy oral days A partybf five former Kentuckians who dined together in Louisvillo fifty years ago met at Independence Mo and again broke bread Fred Tipton camp up from Ford Tuesday where he is employed to spend a few days with home folks Fred says business is very lively down tvere Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamltyoften hap pens because a careless boatman ig noses the rivers warnings ripples and faster current Natures warn ings are kind That dull pain or ache intha back warns you the Kidneys need attention ifyoti would escape fatal naaladlesDrop- ay Diabetes or Brighta disease Take Eleotrio Bitters at once and see Bckacho fly and all your best feelings returnhAfter long suf fering from weak kidneys and lame bankone 8100 bottle wholly cur ed me writes J R Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only 56b at all druggists The Highest Cost of Transportation The average cost of transport lag one ton one mile is By sea freights 1 id of 1 ceni by railways 1 cent by good wagon roads 7 cent by ordin try coun try roads 25 cents And the road workers of Powell county continuo their old way of work ing the roads they teven make a split log drag which with much less work will dp the roads much more good It costs an American farmer three times as much to market a ton of produce as it costs a hropoan farmer The railroads are only partly to blame the greatest difference in cost Being in transportation over the wagon roads Words to Freeze the Soul Your son has Consumption His ease IB hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens a leading merchant of Springfield N 0 by twO expert doctors ono a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery iAfter three weeks sewiitcs- Mr Blevens uhe was as well aa ever I would not take all the mon ey in the world for what it did for my boy infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases On fiarth hoc and f1 00 Guarantee s itis= faction Trial bottle free Sold by all druggists union rockoultry1Fetta110M ras + bt f pAl fr onhr a 4 LNa ee t- wrtraleMdl4r1k IIC r- Ir frYwm IWtI JI JR u wi a- M 510 r t c i 2 Y z w- r a 1I r SEEDSMcuers SKM succeai SPECIALOFFER JIi 1 MM x BMJM Atrileaie- eteyou our permront canaer I 11IJklndII innTO rLiGAe Ma Paper rrrunecnorIt63 CENTSM M vane UU TclnkU UfMbflMltHk l M Plat 814w ot edti n u iTAI I A An two weeks ago for 200 upon to Build a cUItBIRTHS In mak Iitiece he found ffi85001n coin This that the Taft has seen p oapcrit him Mr and Mrs S W Russell formeriybf this city are the proud parents of a new son in their home at Wisemantown born the 81st ult The Kentucky Press Association will hold its midsummer meeting at Estill Sprihgs June 28th 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 notice L B B HUT80N h o11PIT L STOCK dlOOOOO BURP AND TTN DIVID PROFITS 100000 TIlE WINOHES ER BANKc or Wxcusrlan Ss NHotMT WlTnensrociif Pnus- W R SlirA GABIUBR YOUR A COUNTS SOLICITED esei B F BERRY i Undertakero KeepS a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits Also can tarnish Home Made Cot fins to Order en Short Notice I When Desired West Bend Ky e eeeeeeeeSSeeeeeeee I I JPl1AUPPIN Watchmaker J adr Jeweler I All triads err Vatckand Clock Repairing OB Short Notice and RoAsoaable Trams sAtlSFAC llON OUARANTEEDi UBe ol Jewelry Specfac es Call iAdsM me la ago Red fciyer Hotel BaHdlng CLA1CITYtkENTtifiw F f + H4 i+ + iciiiiittk 1 I ir a 4 K 4 v 1 R N 1r tr Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence 1 Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordiand Tuttle Winchester Ky- WEEKLY tt ++++++++ + ut + u+ ++ +I f COURIERTONALHENRY Is a National Newspaper Democptic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The legular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and THE CLAY CITY TIMES i Both OneYear For 100 you will give or send your order to this pa IIf pernot to the Courier lournal f++ + U+ +++++ + tl oJ t oJ t t + + +t HDally Courier ournal a Year 600 Sunday CourierJournal a Year 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Dai ly or Sunday if you will write this paper 10++40 ++++++ tr1 +++ + + F++++++ +Ho+IIfo +iF++++ CLAY CITY NATIONAL 1 BANKdCLAY CITY KENTUCKY Capital Paid in e 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits OF DIRECTORS IBOARD JD AniuNBoN J F Cox T WHITT IM++f+ oJooS 01 f oS oS f I + ++U UIfff f- I INSURE WITH 1 F A LYON SONS i + The Loading Insurnnco Ajjonts of Eastern Kentucky Over 200000000 I Represented Every one ho 1owaanvthingabout insurance know 1vthey are leaders tilt MtH f++ 4 4+ H Hi fir t b e n0- h Y Any Time is Bliss Time Keep a box of Bliss Native Herbs on hand for all emergen clesfor headachedistress after catlngbiJlousnesscon- 8tlpatlonrhoumatlsmbloOd disorders Take a tablet once in a while just for healths sake I I BLISSNATIVE t I is an oldtime remedy of roots herbsand barks presser into tabletseasy to takeOO tablets for 100 guaranteed to benciit I or money back Get the genuine in yelow boxes onlymade by BLISS in Washington D C SOLD BY W G PATRICK KIA1BRELL KY ritOFESSIONAL CARDS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B R SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw j i CANTON KENTUCKY theGeneral Practice In all Courts Commonwealth Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong ono given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to pet the genuine THEDFOl4DSSICKDRAUGHT Liv r Medicine The reputation of this old reliable medicine for constipation indigestion and liver trouble is firmly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa largersaleSOLD IN TOWN Px rm i K1ULTHS COUCH AND CURE TKS LUKCS i WITH DrKings t New Disc3v fJ I I FOR cOH y3 PRICE I ttlialAHD All Hi H Arm LU m1GUBlEB tiUARA2i T1II D BATIIiFLJCTO- Bo8 I p IgOLTEY n y ElshUNDE- Da 3 The Bra Z m sa- cnd Dy3 iji8rj n1c jCures acute end chronic diarrhoea dysen mplaintAaiatlc ment of typhoid fLvcr Sne wtodcrMl results obtained h ell of the world I WORKS LfKEMAQiC Price 25 cents per box Dont accept a ubtlttltllaocalted aacood Jrour dru trthun t It aud dont care to get it for rend direct to THE ONTARIO CHEMICALctJMPANY Oswego N YU S A r Wfi Commissioners Sale v Powell Circuit Court Robert Stone fiiiarof J P r Stone Plaintiff versus 7 James F Stone I Defendant Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of judgment and order 6t sale of the Powell Circuit Court Ten dered at tho November Term 1008 thereof In the above cause the under signed will on the 3rd day of May 1009 at 1 oclock 1j or thereabout be ing Court Day I will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to tho high eat bidder on a creditor six months at the Court house door Btanton Ky the property mentioned In the judg mentto wit A certain tract or parcel of land sit uated on the waters of iced River in Powell County Ky Bounded on the North by JO Patricks land which was purchased from the Plaintiff llobt Stone on the East by the lands of Kate Bohannon known as the Boone Will lams farm on the South by the lands of Caleb Creeds heirs on the West by the lands of Kobt Stone containing 41 acres being a portion of the Nancy Stone farm that was allotted to the in fant Defendant J F Stone in the dl vision of said farm among the heirs of said Nancy Stone also another email tract of land on the Nortli side of the L d E railroad and on tlie South and on the West and North by the lands of M G Clark containing about 134 acres being also a portion of the Nancy Stone farm or sufficient thereof to produce so ordered lobo mode The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the the purchase money to hove themforce and efrect of a Replevin Bond bearing legal intercut from the day of sale according to laW Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner 1tOMJTLUSJACKSONM 0 Commissioners Sale Powell Clrtult Court John E Fisher T PlaHitift versus Anio Lewis Defendant Notice of sale in equity By virtue of a judgment and onleroC stile pf the Powell Circuit Courtu ren dered at the March term 1009 thereof in the above cause the under signed will on the 3rd day of May L oUvut 1 oclock P M or thereabout being Court Day I will proceed to oiler Tor saw nt Tublic Auction to tile highest bidder on a creditor six months at the Court house 1oor Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment tovit Situated in Powell county Kentucky on the waters of Brush Creek and ad joining the lailds pf Alex Anderson It L Daniel and T 0 Curtis and contain lug by survey 187 acres or Biiillcient thereof to produce f1202 Ou so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security fur the payment of the purchase money to altapletlnBondduv of sale uccOrcling to law Bidders will bo prepared to comply with these Uiiii n ivia tie retained on the mini Mold till all Uw i uivhuse money is paid Bond payable to Commlsarollp- rHOMULr8JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court lINK OUT I I Naiures Ink Eradicafor j and Stain Rcmivtr I IMPROVED and PERFECTED t Absolutely Harmless 1 Positively removes Ink Stains from Paper and White Goods Leather and the Hands Also removes MildewI DerryStainsInkOut Noofficecompletewithoutitt StainRemoverany household Yourdeaeris foritInkOutThe genuine bears my portrait and lacsimile signature on the top of each box For sale by and others PRICE 25 CENTS nrdeolercannoteuplyyousendscLaarnpe JOHN DIAMOND SeleNaeufactrrerP- hiladelphia U sk Illliiii r r Ii wt Gov Willsonl fvho has been confined to his uomb for several weeks from on lirjufy tb his leg he received in arunaway ned dent is reported as not doingso Vfill The member still filln yB the Execulivecoijsiderably dud some fours dro ntertiined that it is mote seritiuythan at first supposed tiz Every rnnti who takes your measure does notffmake youn suit of clothesyr See our line ofiQueen Quality Shoos and OxfordBjbr Women in the new shades undjlasts Hardwiok Co XljStanton Ky Commissioners Sale 3poi fOircllit Court Belle Hardwickj plaintiff On Petition Balpiinjecutltyjl prdqrof sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the 1tlacU tern 1009 thereof in the nbovocause tho under signed will on thed day of May 1009 at 1 oeJock p mor thereabout being Court Dayrlwill proceed to offer for solo at PubliciAuctlon to the higest bidder on acredit of six months at tho Court House Stanton Ky the propert mentioned in the judg ment towityDes- cribed as follows i A lot of land situated in the townl Stanton Ken tucky on the Northern side of Church street bounded on Ftlie West by the land of J E Lemming on the North by the land of Bottle Hardwich on the East by the land Of Settle Hard wick containing ubout ofl acreior Bufllcient thereof to produce rS ordered to be made 1 t The purchaser will bo requires to give bond with apijroved security for the payment of the Jpurchane money to have the forceafml effect of a ReF plevin Bond bearing legal interest from the day of Bale JBfcrding to law 131ddciswiU hoi re ed to comply withtheao terms A ntf will bore tamed on trio landso t nil the purchase money is paid y Bond payable to ConSmlasioner ROMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell 0 0 Dommissionefs Sale x Powell Circuit Court Laura Faulkner as Quari for v WilmerFaulkucrJenieljaulk ncr nry r Plaintiffs versus Wilmcr Faulkner fehie FaulkneraudHenryFufllk 4 Defendantsner SotlceoSole in Equity v 3y virtue of n Judgment and order of sale qf the IWcU ltCourt rendered at the MarjhSTerm n LOCO thereof in the abovojcausc the undersigned will on of May 10at 1 oclock lIh5ther ttlout beln Court Day IIw1u proceed to offer fur sale ut Public uction to the highest bidder on f cdlt ofsix months at the Court House door tStiinton K1the property mentioned in the towit Situated on the waters of Paint Creek in Powell CoutyKy and described as follows V Beginning at a stalcein tho Gordon line thence in an Easterly direction topping tho Wild CatBldge down to another fork of PaintJCrcek to a sweet 4um corner thence fn RJ Northerly di rection to the of to the L L Half line thancelwesterlyWiththe meanders of the 11dgftth old Forge Circle line c fOlr- dc line buutheitet tithe Gordon line thence with the Goi nJinf9 the be Iiuyng coutnining TiXhundred and two 002 acres nior riless of which I will soil 718 of ssidtrrictor suffi cheat iliereof to producV JTsordered to bo made The purcJinser wiW1 required io gist bond with appr ve f for the payment of the purchase money to have tilt force aMeICgdof a lief plovin Bond bearingfcjfal jntercgt from the day of eale acCordfngJto low Bidders will be prepw9vt6coinpyi- nl Hntm v AjJtifJjtmb wined on thuland jjur padSliBond 1ner V IIOMUIIIIJJACKSQN Muster coin pwell O 0- r JI- O r e Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the changeof life It is at this time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated bjr those who find that at relieves their distress TAKE I J s It Will Help You Mrs Lucinda 0 Hill of Freeland 0 writes Before I began to take Cardui I Buffered So badly I was afraid to lie down at night After I began tb take it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES 8 1fRYOFL dt Er TIME TflBLE EastBound WestBound No2 DailyP 225 30532Q 384 35 358 405 414 430 435 447 510 a 05 GnO No 4 I DailyA 73582c 843 902 9 U 915 922 988 943 960 1017 1115 1120 I Stations I Lexington Winchester L E Junction Indian Fields CLAY CITYI Stanton RosslynFilson Cnmptnn Junction Natural Bridge Torrent BeattyvlHe Jet 0 tt IC Junction Jackson No1I At955 912 r 900 845 825 815 809 803 748 7 45- 7lO 707 O156i0 I No 3 I DailyP 005 520 507 453 435 426 420 414 8573i55 341 320 225 220 ISunda1 J M 1025 940a 984I fl02 8M 848 8 t 28 tot t2G 815 7i5 S r7tc 00f I The Following CONNETIONSTire made D iJy Except Sunday L E Junction Nos 1 and 3 will connect with tb 04 0 Roll way for Mt Starling Ky Campion Junction Nps 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Noun tain Central HAilway for passengers to and from KvrBeattyvillo Junction Nns 2 will connect with the L d ARail way for Beattyville KyS0 d K Junction N w 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 RK Rail- waya for cannel City Ky and way stat- ionsLiTO rs EE S JS rr tl CtjRErI Is not a cureall but guacahieccicure for Rheumatism bothlllJ1amm tory and tchronic Purifies the blood llvfrand stomach It is srd under a plain positive J guarantee to refund the money if a cure is nutefiocted This remedy has r chrunlcard long continued attacks of rheumatism after the best physicians had E f bythepcopleleadingdrufglstsKreedcns Hheumatic Cure perfect as a preparation can be made and as having no equal Guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drug Act Price 199 FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS If your dealer should not carry this prepar ation write direc toua BRCCDCN1 MEDICINE CO Ino r Chattanooga Tann McGULLOUGHS LIFE SAYING BLOOD PURIFIERASpeedy and Safe Remedyfor eel 4 Disuses of the Skip atdyRestorer Vitality Renews Strength Cleanses and Enriches the Blood An cspednUynlllableremedyCorIl Carbuncles Erysipelas Tumors Cancerous Hainprs worms Old Sores Scrofula Syphilitic Affections Scrofulous Humors Blotches Ilmplea Pustules Salt Rheum and all diseases arising from impure blood or condition of the system Especially recommended for all forms of Sciatic Rheumatism PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE FOR SALE BY DfiUfi8IS- TMMttfMtur fcy 1C11LII CHEMICAL CO Kwrtw Tom RIEDLINC PIANOSemb- ody r every detail that CM possibly k- xadd to of a Piano of highest grade The low price at which they are sold astonishes those compel enttojudgeofPianovmlue fRiedling J na Piano msani highest artistic rrsalts in tone touch durability and case d Send for catalogue and name and addrese of our agent in year vMnityv A L MClUMl PUM Cw rrjMmR 1Mb y h X J tiJW I