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LA 6rt S q t r- y i i r1t r1 t i- rItj 2L + J K 0 THE 4CjL I c i jTTWTIMEScl 7- X60C 7j Cents i dear lpAhanc We are hereto help Clay fitly Sarroaading Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher dvorl k XIV CLAY OITY Kr TUESDAY MAY 6 J909 NO 8 u c HIGH WATERS dV Tho heavy rainfall Thursday and Friday so swelled Red river that It reacbedthe danger Ifno Saturday The Walters Ferry bridge two miles south of the city and tho bridge in this City were put out bt use late Friday evening but the worst had not come till Saturday morning when it was found that on the night Ibofore the high waters had wash ed down the two piers on this side of the bridge in this city leaving it one end on the floating logs and theothron the two tubes across the river Two bents of the trejjtlejto the Walters For ry bridge was washed down Sun 7 day thus now these two bridges are out of use- BrodheadGarrettP Co which Ci had a log jam above the bridge x in thiscity assunifcd the respon sibility for its washing out and hag let the contract for its recon xTstruction to the Champion Bridge the same to be replac ed eon as possible Two new piers will have to be put in as r i the old ones are now no good The approach washed out at tlie Waiters Ferry bridge will r be replaced by Saturday so that travel maybe resumed over it i In rebuilding Tie bridge in this city without a demand from t Iit i ls Broahead xaacrett Tiofi ctitvlafd the l 4is tlmthey more than fair itmepThey do not have to be n duty They have always shown this spirit of fairness since located in our city and by so doing they have won f the best wishes of all the people in the bounty Our city and county needs more such concerns in their midst ahd such will always receive a hearty welcome realizing as we do that great ben efitsare to be gained by their coming r CHRISTIAN ENbEAVQR I FollowingisProgramforOhris tinn Endeavor meeting Sunday evening Slay Ot- liTopicTho House of the In terpreterIThe of the Gods in Pagan Lands and the Fear of God Taught fu the Scriptures Mrs Williams The Theology and Superstition ofa Hundred Years agoAda Johnson James on Dividing and Understanding the Word Albert Bur gher Picture Of a Preacher 1 Ti- m4616Orate Johnson The Dusty Room Rom 7715 Mrs Martin Passion and Patience Jas 5 10 Kate Hutchinson The Fire and OilZech 416 Sallie Fletcher Valiant and Despondent Acts 142028 Etta Roberts The Dream of Judgment Rev 20 1115 Cecil Williams BenedictionMembers have not paid their dues will please come pre pared to do so at thj meeting J W Womack District Dep uty Head Consul with jurisdic tion over this territory is in the city to institute at local camp of Th- eTi1meslfavorable light and Relieves it to be 3 means of greatly better ing the morals of any community We trust Mr Womack will succeed in instituting the camp and we believe he will When you come to the big show the 20th call in and renew your subscription i It will pay you to lookat our line of Mens BOYS and Youths Clothing before making your purchase Hardwick fe Co- titanton may ts SHIMFESSELS1 1 aFf The Old Reliable Placer 1 r 7 For Everything You Need in n General Merchandise iCouga- mAj Liberal Share of Your Patronage i Solicited I I f t 4+ I J 1 sytr r J 0 r 1 rt ry rJI i i j f rif w 1 iJ 1 t t t11 t t + r i tLAYCrfY4j KENTUCKYI t M 11 1 i KS 1 k c4y- 1Gnk wFl o 4e hf1 1AtX11 t Q I t 4 iII Kentucky Crop Report Coramissioner of Agriculture M0 Knnkingaye out the de partmeritsrepbTc on crop condi tions in KehtbptCyon May 1st It says Much rain hW fallen during the past mowmtcausing much in m of the S VittateWheat isJjgenorally in very poor condition or the time of year butwitlv good goowing weather woj3 expect a fairly good crop Romp lodkSsjvell and promises a large crop Some large grow ers are plaguing a larger crop than ever before Fruit has JKven damngad in some localitiess especially peaches plums dndtcherries but there Iii a good prospect for a large crop of appleslaftd grapes The for the oats crop is better thaiiliis time lust year An unUsuallyilaage crop of to hacco is proinisedexceeding almost all s especially is this so ln regard to Burley tobac co About average crop of dark tobac8will be planted Tobacco plantcihre not as far ad vanced as T should be on ac count tof so initch cool weather WiLive n fairly good con I dition Rndjjgmebrease of cattle and iD vn on account otliigh plcof feedAirfli crease 6f sheep shown in many counties of the State A large corn crop will be planted due ina largo measure to the farmer Using pure bred seed corn There is a small acreage of rye and barley groWn in the State and both are looking fairly good Clover is in alpoor condition Alfalfa looks well and the acre age is being increased through out the entire State A Great Favor Some people seem to have the idea that a great privilege is being conferred on them if they are permitted togive an item of I news tQ a newspaper hence the editor fails to learn of many im portant news items Not so here declares the Falrport N Y Herald We tent the news Wa will take it over the telephone over the counter on the street any hourof the day or night and be tankful for it We are out for the news and if you know of anything in our line it tyill be considered a fa Vor and no breachof propriety on your part if you will commu nicate the flct to this office If you do not know ill the details give us the tipapdwe will do the rest that is part of our bus mess A Texanwants t 10000000 expended in the leyeL plains of his state in trying tqattract the planet Mars To this tho Courier Journal adds K What would seam to be more feasible than a aigiAl from the 9arth to Mars lSj i signal from Mars 16 the earfh Ifs we didnt feuccoed in attracting the atton tion of Mars dWKBg vthe recent years of TheedoriROotevelts- JWfonn n hofirjwildW ever do lt 13i I7w aa4wy11 d 11I V W d 0YT J f fj i f 1i Finds Use of Freedom Pardoned W S Taylor has gone to Ft Scott Kansas to tes tify against Fred D Warren ed itor of the Appeal to Reason the Socialist paper Lastspring two socialists who were charged with murder was kidnapped from an other state where they were hiding like Taylor and the Federal courts said it was no violation of law Warren tried the same med icine on Taylor and offered 0 000 reward for the capture of Taylor and bringing him back to Kentucky but it did not work so well with this pet and he is now facing the serious charge of fraudulent use of the mails and may be put in jail or penitentiary for his foolishness Dont forget the big show at Clay City May 20 and drop in to see the TimesMarried Charlie McDowell and Mrs Liza Rose were married at Stan ton Tuesday May 4 They will immediately move to Morehead where the groom has employ inept See our line of I Walk Over- Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the new Spring and Summer styles- Hardwick Co Stanton ir c DENTISTRY Dr F W Terhune Dentist of Lexington is now located for a few days at the Red River Hotel for the practice of Dentistry Teeth Extracted positively with out Pain Plate work Crown and Bridge work Gold and Silver Fill ings Etc at the lowest prices Best materials used Work guar anteeed firstclass Satisfaction or no charge made Teeth ex amined free The Clay City National Bank has another of their splendid statements in this issue Read it and rest assured that your business when entrusted to this in stitution is well cared for The country newspaper editors will suffer least if the proposed drastic prohibition laws were en acted They can quench their thirsts with that due from de linquent subscribers Dr S P Hamman dentist will be in Clay City May 8 for ten days to practice his profess ion All kinds of dental work executed in firstclass manner and satisfaction guaranteed Mrs Mary Hoskin who has been sick at her daughters Mrs Grant Elkin at Ford is much im proved now being able to sit up a short while at a time The new 75000 Christian church was dedicated at Win chester Sunday 28000 was raised on that day before the ser vices and the church dedicated free from debt Dr Laird Misses Mary Lyle Mollie and Bessie Hardwick of Stanton spent Sunday with Miss Geneva Adams Dr E 0 Guorant will preach at the Preibyterian church in this city Sunday night Liberty Brand teats fur Men and Boys in nil the new shapes and shades Hardwick Co- Stanton I HAY FOR SALE 27 Tons of No i Called Hay Clean of Weeds I Old KyPhone 754x R P D No6 Chas B LeveeHainlineI n Beautiful LineOF L MILLINERY AT Prices toSuit theTimes I MRS W N BUSH CentrAl Hotel Sample Room Y I r I f4 r 0 4 fn THE TRIES rUULlSUKD EVEllT THUUSUAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday May C 1000 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates e with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 7o I Homaand Farm 75 FACTS ABOUT THE TARIFF Protection is ortly another name for robbery The pretense that the country has prospered because of it is a lie out of whole cloth The country has prospered ill spite of it American fruitage is so diversified and vast American energies are so resistless Ameri can ingenuities are so resource ful that nothing could impede our course onward and upward That protection will at first stimulate manufacturing enter prises need not be denied That was the sole purpose and argu ment of Hamilton and Clay when they proposed a very low turifl for the development of our in fant industries The policy was purely provisional and tentative Nobody ever heard of it asa prin ciple until with infants a hundred years old clnmoring more s for papthe plea both threadbare and absurdthe Republicans began to talk about the dignity of labor and to argue that high tariff makes high wages 0 High tariff makes high prices for the favored manufacturers high cost to the consuming mass es Wages have no relation to tariffs but turn everywhere and L always upon the laws of and demand Thecountrywould- be just as great and prosperous if we had had free trade the last fifty years with a more equal dis tribution of its wealth as it is to day The ultimate effect of protection has been to pile up maul K moth fortunes in a single section and an exclusive class at once the father and mother of monop oly and the nurse of trusts and trustism Strip the issue of all confusion and surplusage and submit it to the people pure and simple and the Republican party could not survive through a single national campaign It is the assurance of this that makes the wiser among the Republicans led by the President see the need of what they call revision Subterfuge and delay have been from time imme morial the snug harbors of pro tectionism Jts history from start to finish is the history of tergiversation and corruption of double dealing and graft The Democratic party has only to clear the decks for action and to pitch the mutinous into the sea to sweep the country All the money that We need to run the government economically administered can bo raised on a scale of revenue duties so sim ple that every voter may be able to compute to a dollar what tax he has to pay through the customhouse Net schedule or classifi cation should bejilloVyjiiUo survive Every schedule is alt en tr itiliiiipiit of privilege Evt rv 1 l t ad classification is u rifle pit froth- whichthe malefactors of preda tory wealth fire upon the masse of the people A single tariff line embracing ten or twenty separate items is all that is wanted and when this is ol1Org4- and fairly explained to the vqt ors they will order it Courier Journal Last year theRepublican party conceded that the Dingley tariff schedule had really be ome too high tind that party in their national platform declared fora revision of the tariff many vote the Republican ticket thinking the party sincere in its declara lion for a reduction The Times then predicted that if elected the Republicans would revise the tariff but upward instead of downward and this it will do as demonstrated by the Payne tar iff bill nowbefore Congress for bassage The rates provided for in this bill as it stands average 150 per cent higher than the Dingley rates When the maxi mum and minimum arrangement begins operation they will aver ago 2150 per cent higher than the old schedules This is legislation pure and simple against the laboring people in favor of the richest people in the land ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ON Building SchoolHouse in Subdis trict NO9 Spencer In Fourth Ed ucatlonal Division of Powell Coun ty Kentucky Bids will be received by the County Board of Education for Powell County Ky on Saturday May 15 1000 ateleven ocleck a m for building a schoolhouse ass above stated to the lowest and best bidders the contractor to furnishall material and the County School Board reserving the privilege of rejecting any or all bids SPECIFICATIONS The house is to be a frame house 20 x 80 x 10 feet between floor and ceiling Sills are to be 0 x ti with a middle sill Sleep ers 2x8 joists 2x0 Studding 2x4 rafters 2 x4 Said build ing is to be oyciofiobox ceiled on inside weatherboarding on the outside two coats of white paint on the outside and border ed with slate or green Said building is to have four Windows 12 x 28 inches panes four lights to the window and two windows to the side and sashes to the window and both top and bottom sash is to be hung on weights and pulleys and a window shutter hung on hinges to each window The flue is to be built of brick and swung on iron hooks which are to come to the surface of the ceiling The foundation is to have twelve stone pillars and to be put to a depth of not less than twelve inches filled with stone or gravel One door in the middle of the front end of the house The door is to be 28 x 08 x IfI thick The said house is to be shinglesCeiling pinedressedBoxing is to be of rough box ing out of good sound lumber The door is to have three bin ges and a good steel lock The house is to have 6x8 x 10 inch cornl hvithtwo rows of four inch crown molding It is to be finished inside with quarter round The trusts seomto be doing t bout as they please they dont nind paying ft little fine occa sio1allY There are laws on the tfifntc bnols which If properly I F Y- C j iV 1 S 4AM onforccd wpud put some of tits magnatea inail butoh rmy I That wouldh1ft their feelings Catarrh CuredtiIwith Local as they cannot reaohtheseat of the disease Catarrh is bloodor constitutional disease and Jri order to cure it you must take iptinternalremedies Halls Catarrh Cure ir taken internally and acts direc1lor the blood and mucous eurfa Halls Catarrh Cure is not aquack medicine It was of the best physicianslnihis country for tears and is a regular prescription Itis composed of the best tonics known combined wIth llie best blood puri firs acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results hi caring catarrh Send for testimonials free t H F J CIIA IrtJCOiprops 0 Sold bjr Take Halls Pamily Pills for con stipationii j For Sale Good milk cow fresh to pail May 1stin good condition and yearsiold in June Mrs Nannie Pryor Spout Spring Ky Millinery new and uptodate See us before buying Hard wick Co Stanton m 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE I Tiwot MARKS DESIGNS I CAtiyouaendtngascertain our ton h au Intention l probably r 4 meon itrictlrconfld lent free OIdo t cenor aMaco reoetft 0neSCkWUfC Ab deomefl alaetrstea weekly IugeetrraUtton of Journal Tora8a- IlNN mentis Ir Bow 67 Co Mel BrUIOI1 tee trseWu6lettaDVsEEDSJ FreSh Reliable Pure BMrinteed to Pliata and1taetenhoold merlti or Our- NortheruOrewaeeedl SPICIAL BFFER IIweI p160 nay Tna r 100 1 pee rrlmt IU4M In 1 pegaurl1cdr tae I peaF4rllar hd VYbbtjo If J p l rurto11ilIIlt 1- 0llealrukUelldIwrgrN bitoo Writ tod vt Fend JOel In lintp roilt and paektaf and rep I tat aliore Tapioca pLlletias to ntktr wllh our tn JnlK 1TW i IiunTtLST t 01313 lCo o 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absolettly eei17ou- writ I5 21 We out r rom done Iiwi- CN mail and IMf IlItt E T FAIMEIS COTTON COUi Tinf IIIYIl1AIw a r 1Ihladn eeelsy ltort aictjKn s r81help WriteTodoy I 1II1Iwith Baltario and OulM lot InMaKnf in KouM iodvijiig Yi i utecdkftll2 Liftaunt etthewcc c wartaiucd udguar a il 1ntIIT L t c wt1r The O lw ProduQiIndrShQ 1 r f nOice ThoroaRlti Egtepped orlh Printed Work 1 JU1 BURCi1ERProp tp1ioneNo 1J 1 nntln U t dJji t Th CIay Ity lfle 5 ea Yfear 1 I 1i tir lr- t noI Ia jvi I J It e t Y 1II rt Ifr r tory I S tiV M i TlI w c f 1 I 431 toJt I l SJ fiTAI E TIMES i 111 i AN ALL HOMEiStADE PAPER tt1t THURSDAY May 01009 1 T t LOCALL BREVITIES It t Ir KOLA Drink AINSCOTT3 ROSE IIt MissJGrace Tiplon of Win rhesterVis visiting relativesnear X the city i Eld B S Burgher of Clark i + L donnty was here Saturday and t SundayA j Rankin State agent t Champion Bridge Company wns SSiatlie city Monday t t Mr and Mrs Jesse Peerse off Freestone Ky are visiting Mr n if andf Mrs E B McGlorie co 1 Bert Barnitt of Winchester spent several days with relativs tl in the county the first ofthe Creek r tJ Our Spring Goods are now in It j will pay you to see them- Hardwickr i Co of 1 Stanton- t J US W Russell of Irvine was rit here Tuesday with some machin 1 cry to have repaired at our mar 4 i chine shops v b The heavy rains the last of the week destroyed many tobacco beds which may to some extent curtail the crop 1 J Tuesday was pension day and many of the old veterans and a few of the young ones too were intie city to get their papers I+ uprvSani Martin fOr wfo ds= i yifle Indfs visiting yelltives w ne r tlIocity Mr Marti has c sold oat in Indiana and will go from here to Missouri to reside If f The cool weather and light Irostsof the past week is making + f tit very hard on the early planted i corn little of which is coming up and what has come up is looking I r very sickly t Mrs Silas Hammans and her f SS daughter Mr A P Johnson r x are visiting relatives in Indiana c IJ The latter will return after a h ashort visit while Mrs Haihman will remain all the summer with t tl her daughter Mrs Nannie Wea 4 ver 7 Smasher all Records 1P i As an allround laxative tonic and liealthbuilderno other pills can compare with Dr Kings New Life 6 Pills They tone and regulate kyetotachliver and kidneys purify thfc nerves l oure Cqnstif ation Dyspepsia Bit i iduBDC6BJaundiceHeadache Chills w and Malaria Try them 25o at alldruggistsaf More than one hundred Byes 4 wore lost in the general cyclone over the country last Friday i morning principally all in Ton c r iiesseo Arkansas Mississippi Illinois and Indiana No lives wore lost Kentucky but much 1 damage was done in different parts of Ihefltate by wind and c high MrAter i Kill to Stop the Fiend r The worst foe for 12 years of John of l dwl Micb was a rniantng ulcer He paid doctors or i r 1 40000 Without benefit Then ix t itafekWtf B Arnica Salve killed the nlcerand clirfd him Cureq Fever f Q Sore Bgfls herons Eczenia Salt tJ ltheum Ii Rllableloipites Burns + Scat jJut4Corn if a i3f x 1 i w f 1 i 1 iIt Is f i 1 d b rt1- i JL J 4fl P A Wright fprmoIyof this city but now of JJutler Mo re Siena his subscription to the Times by sending in for two years Mr Wright is making a success of life in his Western home and this we are glad to learn Editor Beckham W P Walton the fighting war horse editor of the Frankfort State Journal has sold that pa per nnd exGovernor J 0+ W Beckham will become the editor of the paper under the new own ership We trust the State Jour nal will now grow into a mammoth sheet and take the place of atrue Democratic sheet such a peperthe Democratic party of Kentucky luis been needing since 1800 Lived 152 Year Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 wprk in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Vripht of Spurlock Ky shows how to re main oungulfeel Just like a ICyearold boV1t he writes after taking sixbottles Of Electric Bit ters For thirty years kidney troub Jo made life a burden butthe first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try them 60c at all druggists Joist Anniversary The one Hundred and first anniversary o f Jefferson Davis President of the Confederacy will Jbe celebrated at Fairview Christian county June Crd A number of noted speakers from the old confederate ranks will ad dress the people i Wont Slight a Good Friend C IHI ever needa good cough medicine again I know what toget1 declares Mrs A L Alley Of Beats Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and see ing its excellent iesults in my own family and others I am convinced it is the best medicine made for Coughs Colds and Lung Trouble0 Everyone who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaGrippe Sore Throat pain in chest orlongsits surpreme 60c and 81 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists While you are telling that hard luck story good luck is trying to whisper in your ear i Steel Web terPicket Fence Cheaper Than Wood The lowest priced good iulMtantial lawn and garden fence built Write for hogandDEKALBFENCEOXi DeKelb INltaeei City Me N L J- I i 1 t i alLdlt iJ BUCCKCS SEEDS SUCCEED I wV f SPECIAL OFFER i Bali te tidlia Nw BnHnra A trial trill amkrYon OW n ninneoL CallGtnti jlln Ii1 JI1 ill ufo pt1HIi k Imlirutt In all BOAKA1 TO PLKA1E Write today Mention this Paper JV SEND 10 CENTStoeYWpaWndp Icgin0twitSkistdubI ldprNeteaJ 1tlaboaltb B t tuMIn cl EMit tto1 n W PWKBft 13C3I1i1CKAUSTRUTOQuoUJIL J Starved Out Two Iowa Ohel seaIndependontandthe Maren go Herald have suspended pub lication in the pust month starv ing to death because they turned down outoftown advertising to protect their homo merchants a spirit of loyalty that was not appreciated by the home mer chants 41 Notlc oTrespassers All persona are herebynotified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bvihe undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no tice B B HUTKON Z r MZCY1 t FM + OAPITAtj STOCK 100000 J SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO T11E- a WINCHESTER BANE old WriicnsTEu 1YrN noL SviTJicnsioox 3nK9 W H SPHAH OAsninn j t4 CL XOUK A COUNTS SOLICITED t 1 i o B F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a Ftilt Supply of CoffIns CAskets Bit t rial Robes and suits T f a Also can furnish HomeMade Cof fins to Order on Short Notice When Desired Wes Bend Ky Se i P4fit and Jeweler All Kinds of Watch and Clock I Repairing on Short Notice and ReasonableVerms SATISFAC nON GUARANTEED Line of Jewejlry Spectacles Call arid see rae la the Red River Hotel BuHdlng CLAY CITY I U KENTUCKY ++F44r4 +44Fi4434+4F9c AND PhotographylnarevvbodY ptioTOORArilt to che7I- tHeautltdplcrmdYad I prl cootnupktur I criMdM qwtriwil ao- If I twmd 8unpCf vr 1 rm meoUonttlt Nee ArIDPM I 1 II f 4 fi 5 Jf to lI r ot j 1 fL TKICIANlad MlCHANIC It terbodrLiCtt l MICkDteJIdho1o rC1It4 eopr fnll you Ram tfMnpd8ldemi q Sara uii mio J v r Tx 1 Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES I I Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky rr t++++++F4 H++ot +++4a4 JF3iF+ +4t1oo O ++++++++++ F4 F F3FirtFd + rF + hFi +tF+++++ iWEEKLY i 1 COUR1ERJUURNAL i fl HENRY WATTERSON EditorIit Is a National Newspaper Democptic in politics JI 1 ilWEEKLY I i THE CLAY CITY TIMES II BothOneYearPorIooi you will give or send your order to this pa IIf pernot to the Courierlournal- t++ +++ +++++ 0 + +++++++++++++ ++ 0 E Dally CourierJournal a Year 600If Y CourierJournal a Year ISunday can give you a combination cut rate on Dai ior Sunday if you will write this papern++4 + + +++44 ++ t+++++ t+++d ++ ++++++++44G ++++++ w E m ID3jlc 11 CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations j Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking ff Savings Department t 3 Compound Interest Paid SemlAnnually on Savings Deposits 11 BOARD OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON CHAKLKS SCOTT J F Cox A T VIIITT Jjf R1 OFFICERS 11r H COURTNEY PresK Cnts SCOTT VlcePres A T Whirr Cashier r on + lMHHtttiti++4Ffi43 FF44Ft F4F44s3F34 Fi4 TCNSTJRE WITH i F A LYON SON i The Loutlln Insurnnoo Agents of JBaHtorn ICoutuolcy Over 200000000 1 Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know I S rthoyare leaders in this line + +i +3 4 i++ I tot + + M c ++4f+ + + +++ tt If + M+ Al I y or ji ott 1 i v Any Time is Bliss Time Keep a box of Bliss Native Herbs on hand for all emergen cies for headache distress after ea tlngbUlousricsscon- stlpatlonr rheumatism blood disorders Take a tablet once In a while Just for healths sake I I BLISSNATIVE I is an oldtime remedy of roots herbsand barks pressed Into tabletseasy totake 200 tablets for 100 guaranteed to benefit or money back Get the genuine hi yellow boxes only made by BLISS in I Washington D C- SOLD BY W Q PATRICK f KIMBRELL KY PROFESSIONAL GAUDS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON OLAY CITY KY i B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY Ii C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw FANTON KENTUCKY General Practice In all Courts of the Commonwealth Very Serious It fa a very serious matter to ask for one medicine sad have the wrong one given you For tbias reason we urge you la buying td be careful to get the genuine THEDF0RDSBLACK T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for constipation In digestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not Imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa largersaleSOLD IN TOWN P- IKILLTHECUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryI I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTROURLES GUARANTEED BATISPAOTOBJ I OR J JlONEYBUUNDED The Great Diarrhoea L and Dyse fiery BemQdj Cures acute and chronic dianhoea dysen 47 cholera morbus complaint devclopmentresults obtained in all parts ofthe world II WORKS LIKE MAGIC I Price 20 cents perbox Doan accept a nbUtot BOcallcd Jort aagood Ifyourdrnggfsthaentttanddont- care to get you THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY- I l Oswep N Y U P A v i pf r 1r r T We Want The Orphans The Highland Orphans dome at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in thq mountain It is a largo three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by theSpciety of Soul Winners and supported by good people every whore Orphan girls between the ages of five and thirteen will bore coved if eligible We hope to take the boys later Before they are sent we SMt to know the name age health character etc flic Only those who have neither father or mother will be recievedv at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr E Iward 0 Querrant Wilrriorei ICy Also will thank all ministers and county officers to give informa tion as to any such children The Homo will clothe educate and care for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward GuerrantWilmore FOR A LIMITED TIME YOU UN GET THE Louisville Times Regular Price 500 a Year AND THE Clay City Times BOTH i YEAR FOR 300 The Louisville Times is the Belt Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to overyloJy r Send Your SulfPtion RiBghtAwa- to I this papernot to The Lou isvill Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any time so get in now This rate is good only for mail subscrip tions and we cannot accept or ders for The Louisville Times where that paper has a regu lar agent who furishes papers by the month TWO PAPERS FOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF ONE OUT j Eradicator i evtre I PERFECTED Ink Stains from Goods Leather removes Mildew Fruit and Deny uses Ink needs without It Ink and Stain adjunct to Your deaier your money if all we claim lINKbotocroPIIJIIOISIS to directions ask it for Ink my portrait and the top of each I and others yon tend SOc I I yews package j MawfaetBreri I tJ S A oetybody AMHHICAN rilOTtxiiurHY lahot lu Houllful plcUref mnntkr Jly pip cratnu picture Wllclcn Yo I kwcrcd Sjiopo copy fret I II yeq n eotlonlU mnI AmtrloaaFbotogrwhr r i fw Jlotton Matt I 1 J1 1 h ft 1 I I ICIANOAd MlCHANtC uleeforeeryLOdy n tbout h Ilccdbowi4 proUulfullolpktule copy fun If you rime r rgr flMyeu Pub Co 6LUatoa Mm PNOTOt 1 r trf1Z r t a t t+ Parllil 1tS ax Art Thef Ie fton ooked down pollbt egme people who are Ig Inprant th lJ1nd learning that is required t6 make a successful farmer 4 good farmerho can grow gopdlcjyps and raise final lookedBut there is Teveri more than that to good farminghere is tho business or commercial jsldo of Jtj the selling Of products to the best advantage and the farmer is often lacking in tuTsietipect They do not put bu principles into their work iTJiey often take just what is offerpffor their product they dp not tie to know that they have a seG the prce as well as the otherTfsliowr He does not generally keep jopke he seldom advertises his ltuff arid lanyoft- hem do not ven read the agricul tural papers yI The succesefTal farmer is a close student andtie inust be a brad minded wideaFake businessman in ordertng r there is out of farming It ibigbusitiess and if the same thorough business meth ods are appHedftd farming t s they are to the qthgrl vocations in the commercial woeld the otherTnan would be payingwhat the farmer asks instead of tfie farmer taking what theotherJeUp v offers In dairy faming the farmer is more independe tRsince he has only his dairy products to market and he Eell ltlitpmductlon of the farm proper to cows they pay him for it and return the resultant munure to the land making it bet wi ter each year But even the dairy farmer must be business man and a lover of stocklWordertoreap the b st harvt 8t riniKiJi work = Fare firs News SciMitri s See ourltpe lieenttIua1ityP Slims anc OxCodtVOmeq 1q the nets f jkariiek Lk Co i Stanton Ky REPORT OP THBCONIJITION OF THE Clay City NatonalBank At Clay City in the aeor Kentucky at the closo of buBlli SApril28 itiOD RESOURCES Loans and discountli llOSnT i0 Overdrafts becuieJaivdun secured i T 347000- ILSHonds to secur drepln 50000 3t Premiums on USlKendse150000 Bonds t li luriitureandfixtures3r00y9- Otherrentestato owned 1804 5J- Uuo ovedrCserveugeut i 17343 16 Notes of other Natl Bauksf COOOO Fractional paper euFrenoy nickels amidcentscentsO21LAWFUL MOSSY UnfpNJtVJZ Speciev 0570 LegiltlnderJ1ote Ll 05Oi70 Redemption Und tQitli U 8 Treasr5ofblli1ci 250000 Total 1Bt21ga43 65- I LIABILfrTIESy Capital stockpald tn6Ob000u 900000Undivided and taxes pahi4 L1520 G4 Natl bank notes outstanding COXWOOQ Due to otherNnttorulBauks 2639 64 Individual depoBittfEubiectto check 5jT 2684 97 3383572Cashieracheeks Bills payable including certificates of deposj 0fpr ton ey borrowcil 2000000het I JSTATECOUNTY OF PowarL I A T WJlIttC lerJot tl6 a anki5Aos4lemnlyswearthat bestof my knowf I djMandbcHofATffiJ WforomethlatOht IlutherToriaetary Iob1lo My GonjIliti1 expl at the d of- tm next rsgulartl unofthe sannt- eCoaaaarAttest 11f 1 rteeyJitwD Chas tj J tM I iirectorg j 1 oJlto iff k 1fi i14rat 4rh Ti tit fJt sx SufferingJLaies Y are urged to followthe example or thousands of their sisters and take Cardui trilUi isa non y mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women It is for sick weak ladies with sick female ort8JisI TAKE I It Witt Help YouiIt is a genuine curative medicine that builds 1r up the female systemand relieves female painfMrs MA St Clair of Eskdale W Ta wrIteS Beforetaking Cardui 1 had given up all hop of l efl T had suffered for 3 with mytw leftsideandwasconfinedtomybed so XtodkCardui land now Oorduihas about cured my female trouble AT AH DRUG STOBES r S- te8IJMtIRRY r OF L E TIME TABLE EastBound WestBound k c nL No 2- Daily P M 225 353i20 334 350 358tOli 414 430 435 447 510 605 0lO INO 4 A Mh 735 13- 8J26 842 902 910 915 922 938 943 955 1017 1151120 I St ti UII1 Lexington Winchester L fc E Junction f Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stanton Ropslyn FilsonCampton Junction Natural Bridge Torrent 1 Beat Jot Ot 4rK Junction Jackson INo1 iM o55Q12 900 845 825 815 809 803 748 745 730 707 6ir tlq IN9 3 P bi- 6OG f20 507 453 435 426 420 414 357 355 a41 320 225 220 c 1I14L1t25 1- 9JtG D34 a7 920 002y= 854 a 848 842 828 AX20 x 81 7n7 U- 5x700 dor Y A tL+ wayfor Ml StorJlng Kye vs v Cainpton Junction Nos 1 23and4wUlconl1eotwitq tt onto n t tain Central RAilway fir passengers to and from Cam ptrii Kjr Beattyville Junction Nos 2 will connect with the Lrk A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 A K TuflctlnnNoli 3nnd 4 will connect with the 0 fc K Rail way for Cannel City Ky and way stations af- f eREEDEN S 1ThiATC CURE i totyandchronicguarantee to refund the money ifacure i3 not dlctcd Thla remedy has rellaved chronic and long continued attacks of rheutriatimafter the ph clims had bythepcoplcpronounceBreedenttno equal Guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drug Act Price 3100 FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS If yourdealer should not carry this proper L ation wno direct to us- BREEDEN MCDIOINE CO too ChattanoOK Tennl i MoGULtOUGHS UFE SAVING BLOOD PURIFIERA Speedy and Safe Remedy torah i Disuses oflheSkin andBloodJRenews Strength Cleanses and Enriches the Blood 4ti especiallyvaluablo remedy for ijull CancerouseIlumprs wormsOld Sores ScrofulaSyphi1lticAfteCsuns ScruluiouatHumors Blotches Pimples Pustules Salt Rheum and diseases ri impure blood or low condition of the system Especially recommended furaU t forms of Sciatic Rheumatism PUCE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS wt8 fathrHIly McCULLOUIH CHEMICAL CO KwtM T Wy 4S x r+ Rl PIANOS ED LI NO I embody every detaitithatcgnpoeslbly i rY add to value of a Piano of the very highest grade The lowpriqe atwJc4 lare sld asto l 8th enttofudgeofPianoyalueRiedlingon i tone i1 case deign ndfOrctl antI i name and address 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