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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i IS I J jJ irttq I 0 If wi I- j I 1 r ITY TIMESt c 4 y I t i r 1 jSirmaJisgteaBtryaBdOarselves TE Burgher Publisher i tt t ti tfftSDAYt APRIL 1J90P NO 16 t rf JjOO Ji W jjl f jO v Msnyp our r ad rs will re ineJiiber the Modern Wpodmen 1 meeting at the jchoolbouselD this ci6y some two 5Veek ago and die iBplenftid speeches of Mr it f TliQinjis H Duffy fubu ue r + lowafand MrrJV Dehart of ttt 1h v ne NationalXecturer ahd- 8tate Deputy respectiyoly and r that itf was theh announced that A lIbJ VV Womack of Winches ter would organize branch of that great benevolent society at Clay Pity Mr Womack who del J9a beginninpthe orkthen- bec seofpreyiou8 engagements I Will takE tip the work on the 20th instv and push it to acpndusion- wifhoitr delay From what we h ve lellrri d ab qKltbhr 1fci ty o we very frankly say that we be lieve it is doing ft great work for the common people Hence we staudready to welcome it in our tifcyas will aftof our citizens who KnoV Anything of itBmerits Miwt StaM Trial teeach HargiHl the young pat rioide must stand trial for the murder of his father Judge Bar gis at this term of the Estill Oir cujt Court ThE defense asked for a continuance because W 0 Bradley and WlllA Young I r jhief couusel for thedefense was Jt tfotpresont W assistlu the trial tfl f udg vpamsoyerruled the mo tiqfot itinuR9C anatbtri PtC1If JtJt olsOliLLn0 1 itejjitrpnlble will betfound r jii heattempt to get a jury in T Eetillbecause most of the citi T zens pfthe county have ornrted and expressed an opinion in ther case It will pay you to look at our lIne of dens Boys and Youths plothing before making your purchase HardwickyCo dta ton I s I I arewth of ilie K P Ord r I I 4 cordjngtothl Insl annual report just completed the K jot P Order in K QiJlckyisin a most flourishing qondition and growing rapidly Ten new Lodges were instituted during the year mak ing now iiT2inali with a nifem belrship oTi8825 This member ship comprises One Past Sup eme Cliancellory Past Grand Chan cellor 2821 Past Chancellors 10854 Knights 65 Esquirers 6nd 70 Pages During last year the sum pf 2642413 was expended by the Orders ii KentuQky for the relief of sick members and for funeral benefitSi The assets of the Carious ubordinate lodges inclt de ash 81631 60 real es tate 5041107 paraphernalia aria furn iture 45Y80i 71 Ht Sterling Court There was a tug crowd in town for April Court the horsa how and stock ntarjcetfbeing the at tractions Trade in tall lines Wail brisk and merchants report good business There Were about it 500 cattle on the market and the qnality Was medium Ond thon sand pound steers brought 5 cents yearlings 64 cents heifers 8j to 4 centSj old cows and bulls i to 2 cents Trade was slow There were a jiumber of mules orl the market and the demand good with prices about as at last qpurti A number of 16 hand mules sold reAdily at 200 per head 1B4 hand mules l l 1WW h irMd11t1WItt 140 to 170 smaller JD ule rang ing from 00 to 180 There were a number of buy ers on the market for fine horses and a nnmber were sold Green wade CoM sold tell head vat prices ranging from 150 to 300 Good horses brought from 125 to i2oo medium horses from 100 to 185 with plugs glutting the market at from 25 to60some selling for as low as 10 perheadMt Sterling Gazette J 1 re 1 7f HJMFEegEL J0 i JDbie Old Reliable Place JFor Everything You Need in j iG IleralMerohandse GOOveIlVir ij to IlP rte pf the ty niri io1Iu e h dSla 1 1 sf t J J 1 r ljrl Share joif Your Satlonage 11- J H d f 0 Solicited ifir i I V f t tt + YC J lrtW I rI tit 1 II j i t HIMRE5SEtS I ii1ivOit t 1 t ti co II i f1 7X 7 cIolJ t J fI 1 1 14 n l t Iki r 1 t1 J r rrtt p i w 14 O ll If I j 1Jr rr ro rJ i riI w o L i- un 12 i ivlclf 1 ir of IQI at weli 1bV1- wrttr E tni gives B l11 e HcetQ persons in t o Jfcf c ri wcountries- He J5t t at Is aUr ct- IngOfnua Qkythousnd9 or her be t lltMwp1t Mr Edjar says Irtoit NJy J1 ftoryor the State has there ySlftoeh an epidemic ofj B 1 3 immlgrat thl Ume It ra- caJstn iHa tbe4gertt in my- boihOed h se the rush ets wer bythe game desire toPQ e 1tb from the soil bu wbiJ of the 49ers real lied tVeJpbltion by lucky strlkesi t1 coming will find gold fa wy aoreMhey buy and treat wh gobd judgment When ifiJrit lgration craze gets started itbi tMlifB more engrossing a itgoefVJiiijlike a fever increas es iniat ijvtUl it has run its course affected eilher die from xW6tion or elowly re cove thff It ia iiekMcult to understand people liyi glftiioorState or coun ry bein atti t dby the alluring statement tta4ftby interested par ties a oat a l1 new countries us this State isksown the world over for its unlitfiit rcsourccs and pos ubilJi8JWi hat d a justify surprise fetiold Betters in the very rjch frfiw Jthie8t and best sec tions pi the ffifei hou ld1e1l0u hjlro1d wJtiJQv 0 e81n- wel A 4i M riceperaIpay cac tas covered land without timber or water and far removed from mar kets or any decent means of reach ing them I would just mfckeoriewi gestion to intending immigrants and that is before investing iu overboom ed rough landi f inquiry at any of the big Ipwnti in the older settled sections dseejf cheaper and better and rill jmproved land cannot be had fIll wanted anew home that is wha I would do ROUNDTREE SCHAPELy Born to Will Harmon and wife April JO boy weighing eight pounds To VVill Turley and wife a boy Rei hing eight To Tom Crow and wife a boy weighingtwondone half pounds Mr ali4 Mrs M L De vary are the plud parents of a ten pound bo Qn April 14 Three Democrats tand one Re publican 4iJ y Jti6tke hnHawkj C milled Horace Reynolds neavSefrerson ville Montgomery ritJ fourteen yearsagp and in de his scape at the timet Ltujfayeiii ife Vras ar rested in W ytrginia and brought Uaok ft rrtrial and at Mt SterHngJaSweek was tried and the penitentia ry for two yearS1 lQol i baperton pf leadingJtState i after an iJl nCH fjwiW X Qo1 ja er- to w L Iand had Qh t nlJncn of natipnaln p Yfl IJf Automobile Runs Away Three Alt Sterling girls had a narrow escape in an automobile runaway near Kiddville Sunday While the three young men of the party were assisting two ladies pant the machine whose horse had become frigh tened the car which they had carefully stopped from some un accountable rearson broke loose and in the runaway two of the occupants Misses Robertson were thrown from the cir high into the air and alighted in a field uninjured Miss Green the remaining passenger was carried further down the hill un til the machine smashed directly into a farm house tearing out its entire side and there stopped Miss Green was also not hurt Commercial Convention A Commercial Convention will be held at Louisville tomorrow Delegates from 4ll Over the State will be in attendance Good roads wijl be discussed by Joseph S Bosworth member of the Good Roads Commission and Dr Ji M Mathews President State Board of health will speak of health conditions Too Large a Crop The enormous acreage in the white burley tobacco district is causing uneasiness among the leading growers who now fear that all efforts to pool the crop will fail and it will have to be sold frt a great loss to the farm rsSome are said tohavea Bdoked f tbeir croprandi will plant corn instead Chasi J Bronston a leading attorney of Lexington died very suddenly in that city See our line of Walk Over Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the new Spring and Summer st les- Hardwick Co Stanton Bee stings are now claimed to be a sure cure for rheumatism even in tile worst cases when systematically administered We like heney bees to make honey but are proud we dont need their medicine While on a visit to her daugh ter Mrs Grant Elkin at Ford Mrs Mary Hoskin took sick with lung trouble and has since been unable to be brought home Her son Herman Hoskin is at her bedside Prof R N Roark President the Eastern Kentucky State Nor mal School at Richmond died in a Cincinnati hospital last week Some corn has been planted andit seems that there is noth ing now to hinder it from com ing up The United States National Bank with 250000 capital has been organized at Owensboro The new fCOOOO 00 Christian Church at Winchester will be dedicated Sunday May 2nd MarriedfClaude Alexander and Miss Lizzie Bradley were married Thursday April 8 at the resi dence of J A Sewellat Walters ville Elder Albert Easter offici ating Liberty rnd Ilotw for Men and Boys in all the new shapes and shades Hardwick Co r q S tonr i HAV FOR SALE 37 Tons of No i Balled Hay Clean of Weeds Old KyPhone 734X R P D No6 Chas B Levee HainlineI Beautiful Line OF NlLLINERY t rT Prieest Suit t eTimesr MRS W N BUSH Central Hotel Sample Room d r t t riI r 0 1ft j THE TIMES PUa LI 6 nD VEin THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Sotscriplion Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday April 22 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 u Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 Start With Cheap Roads Good road building in the coun try progresses slowly Farmers are censured because they do not favor good road legislation or vote large sums of money to build clay ormacadam or gravel roads They are called obstructionists and other hard names but they do not seem to mind that and go on refusing to vote the money The trouble mainly lies in the great expense of hard roads It costs all the way from 1000 to 4000 per mile to build macadam roads the cost depending on the lay of the land and the cost of materialCity people want the hard streets of the cities and towns extended into the country Farm ers say they cannot afford tq pay the high taxes necessary to build these expensive roads They can get along without them and they adosomehowIn many sections this contest betw en tho city and country 11 iias resulted in that neglect of the dirrroads and public highways are growing worse instead of p betterWe believe If the movement to force hard roads upon the farm ers should be diverted into a cam paign of education along the lines1 of improving our dirt roads of illustrating the value and com fort of roads that are good most of the time and passable all of the lime doubtless the desire for good roads would be created and the movement would receive an impetus that would carry it far forward in the next ten years It is necessary to move slowly in great reforms of this kind A sudden jump from mudholes to macadam is too much for the average farmer to undertake off hand He shows alarm when it is poposed to spend 100000 on Ins road direct in one year against 1000 the previous year He can 2not see where his proportional benefit comes in He has a sus picion that hard roads are want ed for the pleasure of the man with the automobile rather thin for the mater with the load of hay He therefore bristles up and votes against the appropriation Dirt roads can be improvedlOO per cent without the spending of more money than is now being wasted upon them hnder our an tediluvian jpad laws u provided R modern methods and business sense are mixed in equal parts in the work The organization of road clubs to work in cooperation with the State and township officials the use of the modern road machines of the split log drag plunk smoothing drag i the draining and ditching yillwork wonders in tivn vrni snntliitorst dirt ror 1 tftLaetluuit 5 I yd a t srf f si i Oho of our exchangesis of the opinion that the people wt need reform are The man who left his horse standing out in the cold all day without a blanket on the minister who is looking for an easier place and higher sala ry i the man who walks the streets with his hands in his pockets while his wife carries the baby the man who keeps a dog and says ho cant afford to take the homo paper Improvement naturally will sweep away much prejudice cre ate public pride and a desire for better things With the awaken ing of proper sentiment the ad vance toward hard roads will be much easier They will come in time under the presuasive educa tional system but they will come slowly Expensive and permanent improvements cannot be upon the farmers American Farm World Comparatively few people learned to pronounce Mr Roose velts name properly during the seven years of his presidency In comparison the name ofthe new president may seem easy but permit us to ask whether you pronounce it with the a of Hask or the a of cat or the a of fathernot to mention the broad a of want railroadHarriman the mag nate says if this government was conducted on the same principleI of the railroads it better government viz reduce the salaries cut off useless em ployes thus get a better article of government at half the cost This sounds good to the people but how does it sound to the officeholders I SinceleaaingIInitedfates Roosevelt is said to have adopted the rule When in Rome do as Rome does Had he adopted this rule seven years ago ho would have saved this country from much embarrassment and tIle disgrace of the chief executive eating with negroes Senator Guggenheim of Colorado one of the richest men in Congress favors an income tax That may be true but that Pro tective Republican Congress will never grant him the privilege of paying such tax Thats what they were elected for to protect the riches of the wealthy Mrs W N Bush has a most attractive line of new millinery Read her advertisement in this issue then call and inspect her beautiful collection State of Ohio of Toledo Lucas CountyBB I Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm Of F J Cheney d Co doing busi ness in the city of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm wIll the sum of ONE- HUNDREDt DOLLARS for each and every casepf Cjijarrh tfwt can nofbe cured by theusof Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn tobefora me and subs rib ed in my presence this Gift day of DecembeKA pri88C SEAL IINOTART Hams Catarrh Cure is taken in ternallypirtid acts dhectly on thQ bloodmucous surfaces of the eysteml3end for testimonials Iftee F J CHENEY c6+ Toledo 0- Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation 4 j c I rJ rf 4 4 h A K wf 1r t I S IN6 f bEldetGIrvine u1i rlda y Bornt Apn lhfM and- Mrs Dilltrd wflen afiDQ- da ghterIJohn Sbe j the prodhpe BJiertlastW il J iil ri visrtuig his son TrJm8t phernnar Winchester ot jIsaacmoved to tiifS QBartiett pia ova sated last week p Asa Todd Wo dcoplyr eg t tolo l3our friend and hstfpujpr Asa Todd who moved last week from near here to the Mart if farm on now My2 + creek m The old refiU3I general store of 0 Sbhn jts a hew ad in this issue Thard is no better store invthe city to deal with than Shimfesfljsi8 Bear this in mind when ypuneed anything A Ohicago mtjnBter has been acquitted of th tlltle of lying but found guilty of lack of restraint Tli longer and pret tier words are againc Millinery newandv up todate See us before Hardwick CojStantongl t- la FlvejMlBUtes Take your souretomaohor may be you call iHndigestion Dyspepsia Gastrities or1 Catarrh of Stom itch it doesnt Matter take your stomach trouble fright withy u to your Pharmaoitand ask him to o peu a 60cent caseof Pape e Dia pepsin and lecyoiifeatone 22grain Triangule and eeo if within five minutes tlitre lslift a iftri e2 your stomach mFear t iPheieorrect nemoryour troub- Jo is Food Fer entjationifpod spur fug the Digestive organs become weak there is iaokof gastric juice j your food is only fialf digested and you become affgotedwith loss pf appetite pressure and fullness after eating vomiting nausea heartburn griping fribowels ten derness in the pit pf tqmach bad taste in mouth constipation pain in limbs Bleeplcesnefespbelcbing of gas biliousness sidik headache nervousness dizztiieseVand many other similar symptoms If your appetite is 1leanct nothing tempts you or x6u belch gas or if you reel bloatftd after eat ing or your of lead on your stomschyoucan make up your mind tfiataiihebot tom of 811thla there ISJbUt one cause fermentation 6fuhdige6ted food 3 Prove tQ yourself after your next meal that your 1leach fe as good as any ithat th is nothing really wrong Stoptwfi fermenta tion and begin e ti piyhat you want without fearpr fortrImisery Almost instant reifj for you It is a matter towioon you take a little Diapepfii 4 Fruit and OI TriT nanentalc Everything OcrhardtLa 4dJsLiaraen w r rIt H F tlilleartieYt t o 4 r L-a 4 tt y t 4 r u w JUST JECE1IVEn 7i r t o A Nice Assortment of k P flEmbroideries and Laces to kx is r r J The Seasons Newest Creations 4 r A r k 1 VcBISMQULD SEE TIIENJ f PoA i Sfc Pt i n fiIl rte MRS j W iF 3 Ij r 1 I r rtI J 2ilrJ WIIIiams t i fy r h j ri ic Jf A- 1A t 1 J II I 1 JcJ jo 4 ijJ l 30 J 4 v d iiti rc i it Jr i j a + The Whitest WhIte Cake i The Lightest Light RoilsFAnd Flakiest Biscuit 7 J Are Mndo Vhon You tj o y 1 Jr l Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour x rytea Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed 1IMANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY S fI Sold by our LeadlnffMerehanto + TlI w I 4 I tONG NCtTELmIONES Private Liny and Exchanges TALK WITH YOUR NECHBQSerenarPhMtwe VtMp IrknCIWritTo out Phono eYIY dMee from dfhtnfif tonKtruAf don wTody i OHE1111dI11 bdla+ b h d poi irBUMTEiF SEEDSFre RUt1 Pin eu nBtNd to Pltuee rADd PtentrribMldtMtU nopertormertuoioar SPECIAL erFKR FOR 10 CENTS we will MDd pout paja oar FAMOUS COLLECTION 1t IIJYTte 7 H i em 6XIN 1ea d 4rwBr- wflkl nrhwd hNmtM1r4ngRAT MHJI e0 1Tnn4nrd Iallante1i1 j Kdr c JJrni fAlMElSIJIY5ICIliS f I iCOfONiIIViVC E a Morn 1M dapat yan 701111In uMel l tudateriptckMfa baneIdp i3 wnterodp lash IiisLorWrioTyRSMOIIEKTJfl OFFER ISrcmUMITEDTIMEONLYWrilfiJq fTMSOMTERTUEPtfNE MANUFACTURING t S t I r1M1thK lot 11IiiU NOKTHMRN- St a n a- a V t p It M h w YEARS Sa ad- re0 i 1jE RIE C i TftAMC MAlWS If trrCoPyJlAnton uendit tetebrnd4 I eey ttj- lta wr ti1Y mNemrrioplnWa 1011 t OMeetatnIIMJ 1 tea UlroIIjIb etterat wlt +n WiaeJ skiI lAbeeSli eaLM 11iiQ N i l t r- I r 1 itru 0 C 1 FJjJfHuE TIDIES m i j W ALL HOMEMADE PAFBR r E I r lIlwl r THUIISDAY Apr 22 1000 I x i v OOAJlBREVITIES L lI brink WAINSCOTT3 KOXA s riKOLA v i r trI o heavy rains the first of tjiiq 8 week hue put tho riveron a5raV pU QuI I w S Bell pit Lexington tiff as Sunday thVguest of Eutlfer ovng over i Several from Stantcm attended the big ball Vime in this city Sunday Rr BerthaDiaplhasreturn onKenrk1 Dr Smith reports the birth of I an 8 pound girl April14 to Mrs Ali Benton of this city I if t Our Spring Goodsare now in It wllpaYY9utosee them- liardwickfj Cod Stanton 1 ff 11 + Mlssc Norma West and Mar gait Faulkner of Winchester I it t spent Sunday with Mrs O 0 tz Flyn agt i s 5 JJrsA T VMtt returned r t Saturday from a visitto her pa I T s rents Dr and Mrs Blair at I f Morehead Je Crews Rash Manager Brod f j hoadGarrett Company iflinOin I r cinnati this week on business for 4 hiss company p i The Retail Grocers Aesocia of Kentucky will hold their van 1i 1 1 t nua1 meeting at Frankfort the i17 second weokin May iLi1ilt rlu nud Mrs Tdm Rash of f LlWlubliester wgre guests of the itte 8 parents Mr and Mrs JV itDWlhQOIS Sunday t w Miss Lenora Gnlbert ofC- ovringto has returned home after 4 days visit to her aunt Mrs Clarence Hazelrisg t th rrsT 0 Allen has returned 4t ti home after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs 0 W Barnett at Winchester She reports her healthIIi VVIUimJGEJ1SDrJ for and J W Hendrix attended l ifF the corner stone laying of the p new addition to the I O70F Widows and Orphans Home at 4 LexIngton Thursday t tI 1l Up Before hera Sf NH Brown art attorney of Wlwfield Vt writes yphave usedUr New Life Pills for i1 f yjSRrs and fpdthemBuhha good t r family medicine we wpldntjbe k tw thout them For chills Cote r stIpntion T3i1Iougiless orSi Head 1ache tliey work wonders 5oitl tl Tlio poor man who gets a lot F oftenjoyment out of a garden is a f MfaI happier than the dyspeptic ano ier can guyllis own lJ vesattihle without raisinfi the lj Ie 111 money 110 or n fr Pd Rather Die Doctor l t than havo my tee cutoffsaid t 2 1tIfL Bln ham of Princeville Ill h t tlbut yeN ilf fi n 1 ganrreao trz i VIIOl shad eaten away efghttoee- et 1f lrybudoht said a1 dbetgN Xn t te heiibed upk1iie Attica f isalxe tillwiiollyrearedtTtsufileaiof f 11 jPsvgrSores13c1sr Barns 11 1 i aptleetast a tIdltl rybrld l C I Jjoilt u j n 4 r f Yrw r t r l i it Iffc Vhiir S y1Ys ja 1 01 7 i rl t XMf f 1ti e i i tfir v tqi a F A n JIIIV i I 0Q iJW t i7c ijo c 47 j 1 fJh J latent tilting chair seine are being iii the new Lodgb room over t1obRl1kal1dother necefissrytirrtingements being completed for its occupancy by the Royal Arch Masons Squire Wni 1q vi end Mug isjt rate from tho upper precinct in this county has moved from Bowen to Winchester Squire Townsend isn valuable citizen wJomreregretto see leave uar C Swept Over Niagara rits terrible calamity often hap pens because a carelessbdatman ignores the rivers warnings ripples and 1 ter current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kidneys needattention if yon wouldescauefatal maladies Drop syxDiabetes or Brights disease T ke Electric Bitters at once and see Backache fly and all your best feelings returnhAfter long suf fering from weak kidneys and lame back one II 00 bottle vholly cur drnewrites J R iilankenship of Belk Tenn Only 60c at nil druggists The Best Booster Did you ever think of it Sup pose every business man in the city took as much interest in the up building of the city as the newspa pern1anHe works for railroads manufactories better roadp church es good streets and a hundred and one other things for the genera good hourges pleads scolds badg ers and cuvorts around generally until he gets what he sets out for Imagine says an exchange a news paper mans feeling whqn some lamp stringhalted kind of a fellow reproaches him because he dont boom things enough It is pine times out often that same fellow has never paid one cent towards supporting the rnnd the pa per he reads with marked regularity is generally borrowed from his i f7PrWords to Freeze the Soul uYursoJl has Consumption His case Is hopelessThescap palling words were spoken to Gen- E Blevens a leading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctorsone a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Elevens he was as well as ever I would not take nil the mon ey in the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds Its the safest surest cure of despetate Lung diseases on earth oOo and IOQ Guarantee e itis faction Trial bottle free Sold by air druggists f mm um mml1 T R H n f tl n q W 6 etaQerrNl4bieveiv cry sltite ititi iegll SoS 1atHaoorTarek aar- dep aaapoanryWrltiforeataID vHlION WetsHke 1eaei EJex iawn 1 iGtn aaCibrMs Ow f w- a Sa j 0 t t G bi n tlMcry rwry iI h- s HIIRSD6liKtFEDIV 1a1 rP M A trial nil iuI teeetoenar PrIze Cnf9ji It 1dttmith rroand61 IiN1II In14aWme to Mention this Ptperrert vN- E t0 CiEll C5- btetrlp w leteitq ltld l r ar1 r rMW NIHY tu4PrelMde SraaI wL c 79pAJxceCfo J Tree First Game Tho first gajrio of buse ballof the season was played in tho ball park in this ity Sunday between the homo team and the All stars of Winchester It was a tie game the being nine in played ningscncl sIC game is to be It is bettemQ ben man of one idea than hrlijtrnmall with a lot of them thauwont work Notice to Trespassers All personoa hereby notified that all huKUngand trespassing is forbidden bvathc undersignedwho will prosecute the extent of the law all person vlnlating this no tlce u B IIurioN v Y + J 6eOAPITATiSTOOIC SlOOOpO sUI2PLUBNII UX DIVIliEUJKROFITS 100000 r 7iJnn WINCHESTE BANK lIBop WIMOIIBTER Kx w1TOiJYWITIIEnsIooJrPRFBR YOUR A COUNTS SOLICITED e Ji- d o 10i 0 o it oeat it oacoosoeeO t i8 Fl ifRRYi Vnden ker- r keeps aFellrSapply ot Coffins Caskets Bur rial Robes and Suits p Also can furnish Home Made Cot i fins to Order on Short Notice I When Desired n West Bend Ky 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CourierJournal a Year 60itIDailY CourljrJournal a Wear + Ii t+ tWe can give you a combination cut rate on Dui ly or Sunday if you will write this paper if+ w- 33M3 F b ++++4 +++4++ t k+ ++++4+++ +ce++++4+ + + rq a f v4++ + +33 +3333vA ++4++++r++e++++++4+cr ++++F+44 ++4+ CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY i W Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department 396 Compound interest Paid SemlAnnuallyorf Savings Deposits BOARD OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY J D ADK1 soN CHAJILKS SCOTT J P Cox A T WHITT OFFICERS M H CouuTNKy Pres CHAS SCOTT Vice Prw A T WHITT Cashier ri + o1o + + 1 + + + + 101 + + + + ot ++++++ ++ + + +oH + i iFi1 AgeutHi I 1 Over 200000000- Represented i 1 i ft Every one who knows anything about insurance know 1 thoy ate leaders In thisjine 3a t+ + n+ 4 c t+ ++ I Fitad tdtt biti41t4t +I lt j- t 7 r f Y i Ra i t b 1- I 1 W rite r Ski Any Time is Bliss Time Keep a box of Bliss Native Herbs on hand for all emergen cies for headachedistress after c at lngbUlousnesscon stlp tlonrheumoUsmbloodd- Isorders Take a tablet once In a while just for healths sake I I BLISS NATIVE HERBS I is an oldtime remedy of roots herbsand barks pressed into tablets easy to take200 tablets for 100 guaranteed to benefit or money back yellowIWashington D C- SOLD BY W G PATRICK KIMBRELL KY PROFE88IONLCARDS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY I C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw TANTON KENTUCKY General Practice In all Courts of the Commonwealth tt Very Serious 4 It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wroDp one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine H The reputation of this old rclla for constipation In idigestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate thanIlargeriSOLD IN TOWN Fa KlbLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII II AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARAll 2EED BATISFAOTOIt- OR I MONEY nEFUliDED J TheG0 i D and Dysesl t4mzqeaIII Cures acute and chronic complaintAsiatic went of typhoid fever Same wonderful results in all parts of the world WORKS LIKE MAGICI tr I Price 28 cents per Dont accept a ub ltat o I Mgoad JryourdrIJ boXIJo rotogetitforyou Mild dlreot t THE ONTARIOCHEMICAL u1f crst ar tl et f c I s 01 M j l f t- J1a f t iF r s t aa r w Comfeiissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Robert St6hc Guar of J F Stone Plaintiff versus James FStono Defendant Noticdof Sale in Equity By virtue of a judginent and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the November Term 1008 thereof in the above cause the under signed will on the Srd day of May 1000 at oclock 11 or thereabout be ing Court Day I will proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the high est bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House doorStantonKy thd property mentioned in the judg ment to wit A certain tract or parcel of land sit tinted on the waters of Red Itiver in Powell County Ky Bounded on the North by J 0 Patricks land which was purchased from the Plaintiff Robt Stone on the East by the lands of Kate Bohannon known as the Boone Will iams farm on tile South by the lands of Caleb Creeds heirs on the West by the lands of Robt Stone containing 41 acres being a portion of the Nancy Stone farm that was allotted to the Infant Defendant J F Stono in the dl vision of said farm among the heirs of said Nancy Stone also another small tract of landS on the North side of the L E railroad and on the South and on the West and North by the lands of M G Clark containing about fir acres being also a portion of the Nancy Stone farm or sufficient thereof to produce f t so ordered 1p bo made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to UeplevlnHondday of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re tained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON M C P 0 0 Commissioners Sale to Potiydl ClrcrrltCoart John ETisher Plaintfff versus Ante Lewis Defendant NoU elf sale in equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the March term 1009 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on the 3rd day of May 1909 at oclock P 1I1or thereabout being Court Day I will proceed to offer fpr sale nt Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door Stan ton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit Situated in Powell county Kentucky on the waters of Brush Oreels and ad joining the lands of AlexAnderson U L Danieland T OCurtis and contain- Ing by survey 1875 acres or sufllcient thereof to produce 20200 so ordered to bo made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approvedsecurity for the payment of purchase money to iteplovhtBondday of unit iiipfiiYniiirtn law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these thulandpaidBond payable to Commissioner KOMULflS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court I INK OUT Natures InkEradicator ldSfalnIIMovrIM- PROVED and PERFECTED AblfolutelyHarmless Positively removes Ink Stains from and White Goods Leather and tho Hands Also removes Mildew BerryStainsI InkOut Noofiicecompletewlthoutit StainRemoverany household YourdealcrIsaulhorized foritIInkOutandfacslmllosJgnature ForBalebystatiqnersandothgrs PRICE 35 CENTS If ronr dealer cannot 1lUpf11101Uetl 1 OOc uaJlMkaJcUreetJOHN DIAMONDS le iMaiwfaotiirer rd11d21phia US A 1- S I M y r t- f1 f J i A paperti d sized down in Michigan aka published this itcm rThobusH 1ltitnoftltie town WIlD is ii tft of hugging his typeri 5Jii ctter quit- o htana- meThhirty IOvpn bus mess men oaiiw at te office paid up tfiwr ibBcriptionB and lef behind vt1ii My87 columns of- ndvertieingI jio editor to pay any jttonttonto fool- Ish storlc8 See our1iQueenquality Shins andO ror 8for Women in the now BKa8fl5id lastB fi rdwkkjCo 1LStanton Ky Commissiones Sale rY J J BeUe Hardw BIIJroircttit Court On PetltionY Notice of Hy virtue cf adjudgment and order of sale of Clio fovyelCplrcuit Court ren tiered at tliei Inrch term 1009 thereof in the ab oaiiso the under signed will joB jio 3rd day of May thereaboutbeing offer for sale at Kublio Auction to tljo digest bidder biitacrodit of six months at the Court U KYIJthe PfopertYHlcllhon ment tcwit- Describedas fojiwfl A lot of land situated in tlieJtoWrh of Stanton Kentucky on tliel f i hernslde of Ohurch- street bounded pn the West by the land of J E Lc nlngontboNorth by the land of R e Hardwiclion the East by the latMfof Betlie Hardwick containing about ono pcroor sufficient thereof to produce so ordered to be made y l The purcha rwlll Ijo required to give bondwitlrepproved Security fcr the payment 8f hO JJI rchac money to have the fdr f Cuff effect of aRe plevin Bond 4M ring 4J8gal Interest from the di eJfe sefcortliBtpl w klderl w31AbeajweLaredtoteeatpy wltl heso teeing lien will beTe taincd on the landed lfll the purchase moncyisJ Bond payable nunlsloner ItOMUDIIS JACKSON- Master Cetnr Powell 0 C jot CommissidSrs Sale 1vtf I Court Laura Falllkner WiJmerFnulknerJe5l6Faulk ncr and Henry Faylliheifi Plaintiffs versus Wilmer Faulkner enie iMUilknerandllonryWaulk Defendants I Notice of Sale in EflJjUy By virtue of ft judgment andorder of sale of the LbwirtClrcUit Court rendered I1tthe 1reh Term 1000 thereof In the abisrorcauie the undersigned wl lon j drd duty of May 100Q at 1 oclock 1 1 thereabout being Court Day 1vhIl proceed fo offer for sale at Opiiblie uotion to the highest bidder ewfRvcredlt of six months at the dfen House door Stantoh Ky tJOi 9peryy mentioned in the JudgmentW3wicj Situated on tlld waters of Paint 4 Creek In Powel1C W Ky and described as follovs- J3uginning atwa Mr iothc Gordon line thence In affiMfirly direction cropping thu11ihtAkl a flown to OtIHumrectloilto thet rklgoto tbo tL Hallline 4Iiemiify with the meandersof the n Ito tJteold1forgQ Circle line thence iIt tin Oir ole line Southeast lelUiirdottline thence filth tltevr sqilneto the bg ginning centaiyjnglarttaalred and two 602 acres iriof t fi of which I will sell 710 ofM tor suffl cleat thPrcot tFJI a so ordered to be nladda iThin purchaser 1sYl rsiiircd to give bond HhJt dveUrty COt the payment at jiai money to havethe force of u Itc playin Humid 1nterest from tltsn 1htorrw- Blhlers WIUfie s o ugly with these PfH J f1Jbo Ti io tltrc1In ni1m F CY0- e y 7 N Every Month writes Mrs E Fourmer of Lake Charles La I used to suffer from headache backache sidea her- preasmgdownpmns r and could hardly walk z last I took now I feLCoodalt the time TAKE I r r Jee It WiU Help You Carduiis a medicine that has been found to act upon the cause of most womens strengthen ing the weakened womanly organs that suffer be cause their work is too har for 4 It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients perfectly harmless andredomm nded for all sick wo men old or yoUng Try Cardui Womens Relief j AT ALL DRUG STORES 3UMNPAY OF L E TIME TflBLE 1 EastBound West Bound No2Daily M 225 305 320 3346n 358 405 414 4 30 435 447 910P05 rG 10r No d- Doily I A M 735 813 826 842 902 910 015 922 988 9 43 950 1Q11 1115 h20 L Stations Winchester L E Junction Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stanton Rosslyn Filson Campon Jnnctlon Natural Bridge Torrent v BeattyvUle trQ dp KoUunctipnf j Jpekeanr t iM INo1 A Mr 055 012 900 845 825l5 8 09 803 748 745 780 rIG LUO No 3- Daily I P 3j 3411i20 414 ji53 1355 420 620 42G 605 507 357 2- 52O rI No 5 + Snnday 1Only f A M 1025e94G 984 920 902 854 848 842 88It 815 t 754 i5Jr 00 t 1 r TI1a FullowgQjJI NGTtO1V5 inrean3dedllyExcept Siin4ay t t ftIC E Junctions Nns 1 and b iyill connect ith tb C rOVRaiir r J uCampionJtttin Central IAilway for passdngersto arid frbniCamritr etIZq Beattyville Junction Sea 2vi1l connect with the L4rA Pail way for Beattyville Icyt + r 0 4 K Jlinctitw NoqI and 4 will nonnect with the 0K Rail wayfor Cannel City Ky and way stations 1 ti Itt li r R iEUtJ L 7gCCURSis not a cureall but guaranteed cure fur Rheumatism both Inflammatory and chronic Purifies the blood liver and stomach It Is sold under a plain positive guarantee torefund the moncylf ticuru is not cnvctcd This remedy baa relieved chroniuaiil lottgcouinucd attacks rheumatism after the best nhysicitna had J ti h bythodrugmnuufacturers this country These men ofauthority oil pronO o lireedcirs Ulieuinatic Cure perfect ns a can be made and as h ingYno Qytee8L80FORation write direct to us BRCEDSN MEDICINE CO Inc OhBttanooc T nng u 1 McCULLOUQHS LIFE SAYING x BLOOD PURIFIERA Speedy and Safe Remedy for all w Disuses of Use Skin modUlaodti z Restores Vitality Renews Strength Cleanses and Enriches thbfllood An f especially valuable remedy for Bulls Carbuncles Erysipelas Tumors Cancerous Humors Ulccry Ringworms Old Sores Scrofula Syphilitic Affections Scrofulous r Humors Blotches Pustules Salt Rheum and all diseases arMng from blood or low condition of the system Especially recorotnended for all iforms orSciatic KlievmaUsm PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER B8TTCE FOR SALE BY DRlfMISTS MWWfMnirM feyMMVLLHHl VKENHCAL Clif KMnjNIi TMMMM 4 L 2 J1U8 h PIANOS II iembody every detail that ran possiblyFadd to the value of a Piano ot Iht v w 5 f TheIdiir prletjatwWch enttojhPianieheet coinpe RIed1mg rop is fianomeans t artistic re suits In folic touch tablUoand M case design Send fot natal and 1 1 yeujvicinity i l NIILNlS PIllll Nllrtuillll IMNwV tJIII o ix i-