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J I if io 1 J O H i i ULA A I Y TIMES If J N Sv- yS rlJIr f t t j t t r c 1 4 f x r SOCeats a Yearin Advaiidl r WearViferttr e SarronnJiag toantry act Ourselves 7J ttTE Burgher Publisher i if W b XlV Cla1QItrt t MAT 1H 1909 i NO 19 w o an- i 0 No Excuse fer Bed Walks y iEitainew decfsionOf tho Cour- tt of Appeals wluciiin any degree t rlejafejslt fitrooltt lmproy is Rlttl rbi t8tgrerf it tQIsHeli and mdrfe a c in s the tr 9 cir ita e c8 r sf6rjiyjB the Winchester Demo crap The lienonthe abutting prqpertyCrpaCe either by tho ofenstractionOta iew sidewalk street takes precedence over rjt l anynd all ether liens and more lti gages And 00 absolutely valid ahd binding iBthis lien it is not 1 liecessary tots validity as ft is fn tjiocasft of ordinaryhens that itberecdr dedror that in the e rent of sale the purchaeerbeno- bttcdof the liens existence In ia ease from Frankfort decided t1it 0tttr clor put 4own- aeidewalkavthexcommkod of ity mp Ian qtljer mai In the meantime thO property had bees sold with J outthenew pidrchartr knowing i anything abpiit the lien The ie the lien was held to 16 jgoodbolh by the lo count and the Court of Appeals 0 AJveJrtts t DemecraV nnfy6tov 8 tonner inap crattb8 b n poI tedFdital Judge in a North itet r the protest of the He 1 Yioansofthat State iPresi t anL r ftmgdethea parntrne t- v 1ie ih i 1 III 1 1it R tY qI i I Iot 1a Y t 9t iRWr k + J d I ltIf iC n II Yr- r joI otJ f William Mpuntz Jr returned from Cincinnati Tuesday Mr JLountz has rented the cpnfec i titfriery statid1t Natural Bridge and will bb located there his Buramerc d 5Vhen yducpmojbth6 big show the 20th call inAnd renew your sription I Jto Home tAU I What home w tlioub j1 luewspaperaeks aril eachan And it proceeds toanewr tits own question r1rii follows homo witliuutnespag rfi thelpllalitltlive the world is dpiiig Iti tied by a class ij6ydp no presidentorphatlieis out that a thing has Ifa peBed Ijasforgottenup in consolationin fojbfilectiondayand does not jknbvv whom liens bnt luit ndjI1 lltivrt t am Ib f- cratic c i S ir Qovelnor Oari191JtJudg ThosJ1Ninnal f e- Corut of Appeals Ro tr y Appellatecourt ariPlher aiember of the Court pf Appeals Lexington hasl two meii othepe m ref Thomas Allynillst oJrItI1tiiirf lFi vWQrkllasdown and tebuildilig the highway bridge washed put at the recent big tide which is to be completed- in from sixty to ninety days j ft will pay you to Ibok at our line of Mens BOVS and Youths Clothing before rankingyour purchase v lla d qkC I Stanton 6 c o r lI SHIMFESSELS I r r The Old LiablePlace 1- For n r Everything You Need in v General Merchandise J 7L f J iGoods Detiveredto Ail Parxf tie City I owVotelBput ana Sold i r t+ Y 11L F j Share of Your Patronage j t S c tedj 1 LL1 I t If IIt rofo rfr 1 fl SHII MEEEaIo 610 1O1 t II tL r fj t 1 s r- f1 177 o r 4 it 1 tii Yo d Y P4 A 1 t lidIna F r r 7 jOf 1Ii tf 6 r Y 4- ti W lcttIrh I thir7I I III 4 l1 i i1Ii tL 1f1 r jI l yr i f V 01 t C of- Y 1 F r 1 W M3 Tc o t 4 1 t7 rN f 4 tt iibcLos eIjIs closed Friday iIlt a t- fntipns of com fircJses Allof h ive through the ter Ivor oredfaithfollyd partially b j success And hritpOr1 ell has not been 16 uaceveili+ fault Pf the teach era2rMf- bi Nracyi the prin cipalika leacher a fine la dy dl Clir character and has alwajs xcellent success in flier hero the school overn nfWt of been so es= treraely s She has the beet wishes S lour best pee pie 14 was1 t school for Miss blry Sllimf J but froni the beginriniproved heirself the chit renin the Assistants room have beamrouglily compe tent haitd ave made rapid strides lidiesr i hdc- halet tliiee bn far vafiother termtI tbiry departnogt- of the Ailna Derick- eoi hii Herself a mast pretreii aqd lA becu sell d herellfhich ear wed of li + alltlie- ma oni eect jd T3if it net in j ay andlitmaoi lectioni of toachpw ae- A JtclteFlut 2 ed in the following selection i Prof Brumley or Prestons burg PriccipalPryf F P Tra cy First Assistant arid Mrs An na DericksonSecnnd Assistant The Salaries fixed are 7500 UQOO and 86robper month respectively iWe know nothing of the Prin cipal Prof Brrtley but like all of the Professors conies highly recommended though we canon ly tell after we have tried him Mrs Derichson has been with the school in the same room the past year and is considered one lor the best teachers ever engng that department Prof Tra cy is known to allour readers and comment is unnecessary Local Option Contest Last spring when the local op tion election was contested be fore County Judge G M Derick son and the two nearest Magis trates to the County seat they refused to try itjr and had the matter passed ub to tho Court of Appeals by a mandarins of the whiskey people Ihe Court pf Appeals htstwe i1paBEi d nth case and decided that they must try Jt This the local op ti fquestipri bkekto where it was one year ago JrheJ age and agi tratel must nQw try tho tcontest caSe and if a decision in favor fit the drys result this niustgotothis anothertwelve months delay is- sure to follow The Stanton College closed the rlt annual 6 jWjyese day Cpinhiencemenfc 8 jrcises last ltri li a picotbday L w4 4 y JiJ yc Cr 1 t Y Ii + it I s jIt 4t rhp r1 Kentucky Educational Association Meets at Eatlll Springs meetingAssociation will be hold at Es tifl Springs Irvine Kyon June 22 28 and 24 JUOnThero is probably no place in Kentucky jso well equipped and so admira bly adapted to the entertainment of the Association as Estill Springs The large oldfashion ed homo like hotel can easily ac cominodate four hundred people The surrquridirigs rib beautiful and tlie meeting this should be the greatest and best in the History of tile Association l Soldiers to Protect Negroes A guard of militiamen under noncommissioned officers was placed last night over the homes of the negroes employed at the quarries at Benson below Frank fort following the finding pf sev eral Sticks of dynamite near the njtjgrpes homes yesterday morn iljg The sialtor was reported to ion Jolinston who took ifcujiib t t ho e With Coverh dr illson Ut fibtilsville where it was decided that the colored nrkindamqbo protected by soldiers j a f Our Y Raised r All real eetafeand persona pjroperlty in Jpwell Qqnnty has haeraided iconk ty the attonNone JI1i8M11were employed to raise revenue thought they would pass it up on old Powell as she was the least able to make a lively kick See our line or WAlk Over Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the new Spring and Summerstyles- Hardwick Co Stanton I Beautiful Line The Local Paper A local newspaper is absolute ly necessary to any community It is the home paper that keeps tho people of the community in touch with each other by givinglthem nllthe news of their own neighborhood and county For that alone they are of value and worth far more than the small subscription price They keep the local pride and progressive spirit aroused and in various ways are worth far more to a community than a community ever spends on them The daily paper with its news serv ice and quicker facilities may in some instances overshadow the weekly but the weekly home paper fills a place in the hearh Ilailycnpnotfill an old tried friends They frequently penitentiary chicken thieves and still occasion ally hang a horse thief for steal ing some poor fleabitten critter that wbuldhot bring 25 on the auction block but when a gamb lerlike Patten manipulates the vl pat market and takes bread out of the mouths of hundreds of thousands of hungry little chit dren lie is extolled as a great fi naiicier May Examination for teachers wllbeheld at Stanton Friday andSturdayKrty 21 and 21 Liberty Baud Hats for Meij and Boys in all the new shapes and ehadee Hardwick Go 1 I 1l i r ywn4Qni- HAY 1 FOR SALE aJTTons of No i Balled Hay Clean of Weeds OldKyPhone784X R PO No6 Chas B LeveeHainlineI F e I k MILLINRYNt- I y iAT r ces toSiittheTimes MRS w N BUSH- y Central Hotel Sample Room I I ryyi i Hf 1 rt12 j si o f I THE TIMES PUnUSHED EVERY TIIUUSUAY JB burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per ycanin advance otherwise 75 Cents I- Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday May 10 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience ofour subscribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price e below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal MOO Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial ll Home and Farm 75 Catarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutiona disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Ha1ls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the bes physicians ir this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best bloodpuri tiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of thotwo ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in cur ing catarrh Send for testimonials freeF J CIIANEY CO Props Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation When the thief has no oppor Jimifyjto steal he considerJlin self an honest man And they get the bigget tips who only stands and wait Millinery new and uptodate See us before buying Hard wick is Co Statiton I JUST OPENED A FINE HOWES CIRCUS IN THE CITY ThJIHng Free Exhibitions ofHlgh Class Reflect Credit on the Oreat London Shows Fresh from a tour that has embraced all the European countries Howes Great London Shows are jn Owensboro to entertain the pupu lace with two performances the su perior of which the critics say art hard to find on the road Long be fore daylight was due the three trains of double length care rolled into the city and immediatelyan army of workmen were busily en gaged in unloading thedens tableau cars cagey of wild animals horses ponies and the thousand of other things that large aggregations ace forced to carry By 7 oclock the spread of cane vas on South Frederick street just beypnd Buena Visto heights almost opposite the residence of Mr Alexander Hill w is bellowing in the wind Flags were flying the smell of sawdust and pink Itmon ade was in the air and circus day was ushered in with due ceremony aided and abetted by the inevitable small boy Performers were scurrying to and fro first to the canvas posloffice carried by the show where they receive mail from home and loved ones from nearly everyoohntryon the globe and then in ersponse to the bugle calls which punctuate the snapping and barking of harriers and everything was a whir of bustle Preparations were completed by 930 and short ly after that hour the procession started from the grounds to traverse the principal streets Of the city I A long line of tinseled beauty gorgeous costumes pretty women dashing riders and a herd of el- ephantsclmels and open dens passing before the crowd that lined tho streets The clowns were out in force and with many new and fun ma devices amused greatly ITho ireshappearanecof the per folmple the newness of the cost umes andparnphernallaexcit d considerable favorable comment and thn parademadea decidedly favorable It was long filled with now fea tures on9 compact Every feature during the after rk yew Millinery MiIlinery StoreI ON 6th AVENUE jIx Ladies Pisses and Childrensi J- x F at the LOWEST PRICES Ranging from 25cr5Oc 75c uP The BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY Call aria See Me r MRS MATT coNLEE- y IT j I A il r ti noon performance gave Batisfactioi and ustah1f 1W 8 Great Lon don Shows reputation Th Bhov opened with the grand whM gave the audicacea chanctosa- mire the horses carried with the show Theeeanimak are thebes seen in this vicinity and richly do serve the term Blue RibboVSti bles After the entry the rinj stage and a reel numbers follower in endlesssuccesfiion The scheme and motto of Howe GreatLondan Shows poet with thi approval citthrti udence as eyerj act is arrancbd andput on so that the spectators are not confused by 1 myriad number ofacts offered simultaneously The famous TyBelle Slst rswbo created a big sensation at the Novt York hippodrome during the pas winter as a special feature for this year won the Applause and admit ation of the audience in their death defying dancedln midair suspended from the topmost point of the canvas by theirteeth alone The bareback riding by Sir Franz Reed who is a grandson oi the once famous circus clown Dan Rice was above the nverege and displayed the fancy trick riding taught by the old sthoolof horsemanship which is omitted by all the young rfd rs tifloday As a whole every act was in with the+ standard and eharacterofHoWesGreat Lo ndon Shows The acrobatJowork included the worldrenowned T MtnesKImball troupe introducing now novel and up to dale trickBM One of themoTt notHble features was a high school pup age act by Mme Earl and school horse losedale a beautiful black Ken iKky thoroughbred The evening show wili commence nt 8t20 with the doors an hour earlier The menagerie is well worth a visit and Prof Wheelers band concert offerefs 8eJectipndf overtures and t optlaraks df t io for the beneHti ihnPe niho ark particularly lana CJ oil1muslo Iwensboro Enquh r SEEDSFresh eutranlMdloPlMte ETeQ Dtrdoer sad PUnt r booWte themerluoT Our NortbernQrownSeediSPCCIKL FOR 10 CENTS tWill lead port iald our- IAMOUSCOLLECTION 1 tHreeorrt p 1 pipfrtup 1110 I ply par erl7An 1rt r- 1lihaul ub4te u r 101 rld okr4areui eroo- Adt =J Snd 10 ant toblp plypa Idudpwklot cuIv tUitonTuMH ntktr w and Inrtraetln wibM 0alda etNORTASnoxdkI1Uaol1363 Rose h rr aww a arwwuwraf Fruit and Ornamental TREEl Everything ffpr Ocrhard Lawn andY I FREEC 2 I H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY I auon WE rNT JLeUerJt B 1 hiluesd- saadGei j p Co ai- lWorkari V fi u Rlglttl 2 fjjoIFPR NTEb13US Aw 1 ONE7 7 T i TrST RE1riE11vE1 Jj 40 J r fj r A Nice Assortment of ct I Ij f l jl 1 4 0 Embroideries and Laces y- The l Seasons Newest Creations it A Q 4- SOU SHOULD SEE TII1 I ftJ ti- r Mist j+ Wh r I t j r 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Quality Print ShyA a An 01 t fo1 hekPreduttieli ofFinelyPnntedVVwkT BURCIt PitPl ctid2t 9 u fARMEISIIY i Printing II 6wb II 7Ihe L f 9tA- i t l f W i r1Sc 1 f 1 dI4 4 1 p Yyze r sS t rI j 1 I4B j IaIES4- k L d11N AEtaIlcIE MAUF PAFER- TIU1ISDAY 7 t May 18 fo n ty T OQAr BREVITIES i Brink WAINSCOTT UQXA ROCS iO l i Biillard Conlee of MtSter ling was in the city Tuesday I k Mrs Luther Loving is visiting t Fii n s in Lexington E i j r Mrs Emery Cain is visiting flier parents at Jackson Joe Mountz has returned from c j frQ tew months stay at Sardis i z Dont forget the big show at I Clay pity May 20 and drop in tot see the Times Mr and Mrs A T Whitt spent a few days with relatives sat Morehead this week Dr Smith reports the birth of f a daughter to Mr and Mrs G B Leach at Waltersville Mr and Mrs Tom Rash o- f4Winchester are visiting the lat ters parents Mr and Mrs J ti DbWilliams John B ormick who has Ueenliving at Irvine the past fourteen months has returned to Olay City to reside Mrs J B Eaton and daugV 2 ter MissMiry Graham Eaton zwere in Cincinnati several days l the past week 4Our pring oods are now in It- Krurpay you to see them I T Hard wick Co Stanton lAheavY rain fell here Sunday which put the river up main v convincingus of hAw much val I t ue our bridge has been to us when up 1 The Southern Baptist Oonven I tjtfn is in session at Louisville If Over 60 0000 Baptists are rep resented and fully 15000 dele gates and visitors are in attend ance Mrs B R Smith is visiting relatives at Green S011 rg Ind She will later be joined by they Doctor who will also visit home ci folks but for just a few days only I as we cannot do without the Doc tor but for a day or two at a 1 time Smasher aN Records 1 As an all round laxative tonic If and healthbuilder other pills can 2 compare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify i the blood strengthen the nerves J cure Constipation Dyspepsia Bil A- iouspesseJaundlcoIieadacbeChillsTM And Malaria Try them 25tf at all druggists f Expert eay that despite v the iaR cold and frosty April weather we are yet to have plenty of j friitofvariouskin4e Atleastwe- ai J Mn see an Abundance of black t berry bloom which is the poor A t j mans crop fr SteepkadThe worst foe for 12jears of John V1t1 re Qt dladwin Mich was a- t11F r rwuning1loer He paid doctor f iO Without benefit Then- Baoklexei Atnica salve killed the ke ulcernn cnrj hl4 Cures Fever r l 48oreejBe+ nle Felons lI1 Silt 1iS a icbeaift infallableforpileeBuri I J alds CuwttOorae It ft t5 p It iI t 1 A M r M J N u jJthiilfin u st Boon the rigor l tfahke fish lug The usual fish rmulIiI lUck seems to be the result 0 W Barnett of Winchester has spent so vent days with his children here this weeks filr Barnett has greatly improved ih health though yet far from being a well man Lived 153 Years Wm Pnrr En lands oldest man married the third time at 120 work in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Vnpht of Spurlock ICy shows how to re mainyoung III feel just like n 16yearold boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric bit ters For thirty years kidney troub le made life a burden but the first bottle ofthis wonderful medicine- convinced me I had fou d the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly raudown or old people Try them 50c at all druggists Onions and Pneumonia Hot onions according to a French physician are said to be a sure cure for pneumonia The remedy is as follows Take six or ten onions according to size and chop fine put in a large pan over a fire then add the same quantity of rye meal and vinegar enouqh to make a thick paste In the meantime stir it thoroughly letting it simmer for five or ten minutes then put in a cotton bag large enough to cover the lung and apply to chest as hot as the patient can bear In a bout ten miuutes apply another and thus continue by reheating the poultices and in a few hours the patient will be out of danger This simple remedy has never failed to cure this too often fatal malady Usunlly three Or four applications will he sufficient Wont Slight a Good Friend I IfIoverneeda good cough medicine againI know what to get declares Mis A L Alleyof Beals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and see ing its excellent results in my own family and others I ana convinced it is the best medicine made for Coughs Colds and Lung Trouble Every one who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and its ForofBroricl Croup LaGrippe Sore Throat pain in chest or lungs its surpreme boo and 81 00 Trial bottle free Guar anteed by all druggists UhistlLook Poultry lrnoe- ny ek 7l tiqtnrgNblf t WpnAtpytard eeeNMad irde d aI rfIWttl aWr Du ttetee rptu paasp 7l Eww Illy r y Mri F t t fY ii MI mij 5E O b 1 J I I ISPKCiALI rv 1ivAillttClGltr Utile eeu1ie le 1 H I NttllltaAa BDABAirrXED TO PLKASE gripe today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTS M Mnr uP W path104 tnlIlls Ttliall we tarter Kith tD Li MTlliUM 8edd lbt Kick MIIs aII ct itI1ODIao1O I H A us sold the not to teach Was a other to of the to that All is law will forhldd all tice Yd W N Desired 3 t e iB i S e i Also Tins 2 When i iWest Bend Ky aeueeeeeeeeeaJ Watchmaker I I t fed All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC lioN Line of Jewelry Spectacles Call and see the Red River rtotel mletn CLAYCITY jo KENTUCKY +t++ + t + ot PhotocrupbT ANBIIICAM PryotQGaANrle+ bnly- nwdplaurermontbe11 It prtrt cootewfTplctur tddd qou s- rndIsIae upl 1 iSseyaeeaa k 111IlI I S Jeweler if 1 GUARANTEED VUCTRICUNUd MECHANIC I Is m + rule In n dy Ion tbwt clcctrtclljr tfct tomtaf idenra tnd bow to- un 1001 Simp r ac 1tIOIfWIDtpkturt Sin tit ton rule tI ireq name BikMMt ISOeu I 1Ite Satpoo o51 Dos Mu COol I everybody lotetJ ly rr- ei 1 1ub 01 u Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing t WRITE FOR PRICES I b Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky +H4+ ++t+tIH +Fig F +FF3 + +++++ 1 COUR IER JUURNALI IHENRY WATTERSON Editor i a National Newspaper Democptic in politics ItI prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is fclOO a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL andfTHE CLAY CITY TIMES Both One Year For Ot you will give or send your order to this pa Iif pernot to the Courier Journal +S 4 +++++++ 1 + t +H t+ t+++1I M J I Daily CourierJournal a Year 600 M Sunday CourierJournal a Year 300 tH We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily i1 or Sunday if you will write this paper I ii t- iHfW +++++++ +++ +++++++1++H + +4 + +++H +++ +i+++ + Hj ++++4 ++ + + +++++H+ SS1RSYii6If4951 4t I CLAV CITY NATIONAL I BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 I Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern ptSavings Department I3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits BOARD OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON CHARLES SCOTT J F Cox A T VVHITT OFFICERS M H COWITHKY Pres- CITASScorrVicePree A T WIIITT Cashier I1e 1 E11I i I IJ + + 1 + + +++tS+++ tz + + H INSURE WITH IFhO Leading LYON Insurance ton0NI1 of Eastern lCo tt olcy + I j k Over 2oboooooo I tr N v Represented I ItbAVt I + + + t t + + + + + I-J rr- Y l a H We IXjneat London Shows At CLAY CITYn THURSDAY MAY 2oth ThoShow this year Is Bigger and Better and Jn aHore Commanding position never before mantaln their unrlvaledstaridlng and to Amaze and Delight their Thousands of Patrons MANY ENTIRELY NEW EXCLUSIVE FEATURES A few of the Many Features YOU will See MARION SHERIDAN AND HER TROUPE OF PERFORMING LIONS Prof Buckleys Herd of PerfrmingElephants Including DUCHESS the Largest Elephant In the World RDSEDALE the Beautiful TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR Kentucky HORSE JAIE Yp THE LARGEST t MONKEY f NTH E I I I WORLD FrI WEIGHS 156 L BS- y 1 Jake Largest Gorilla ever Exhibited in Ametica He Is Five Feet Ten Inches In Height and Weighs 150 PoundshasTremenUs Marvelous Agility and his Powerful 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