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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 2, 1909. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1909 cla1909090201 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, September 2, 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. or T h d 1 t x t I joWL trrJt t r THE Jj jLAyi PITY TIMESj J f i 50 Cents o Year In Advance Were tI help Clay e the di handing Country and 0arselves 1 R Burgher Publisher VOL XIV OLAY CITY K URSDAY SEPTEMBER 11909 NO 350 l t Prevention of fypfiold Fever The State Board bf Health has issued a circular on prevention of typhoid fever which should be min every familys home In part it says This board feels it is to be a duty to again call the earnest attention of our health authorities and people of the in creasing prevalence and mtirtali ty from typhoid fever and to the consequent growing importance of the constant lise of Urn meth ods endorsed and confirmed by pcientific research and observation for the prevention of the disease An average of 18305 eases of this disease and 1579 deaths are reported in Kentucky every year chiefly confined Jto people in the prim of life and usefulness the cost of coring for those sick of it to say noth ing of the sorrow suffering and loss of life for the year is reported as being 903750 At the very low estimate of 2500 for each life lost the actual money value of those dying was 8947 l00 If to this be added the cost ofcaringfor the sick it gives a total loss to the people of Kentucky from this one disease in an average year Of 4911250 Typoid fever is probably the most preventable of all diseases not even excepting smallpox It is now definitely known that like cholera rind dysentery the I germs of the disease afecodtnin ed only in the discharges from v the Lbxels add kidQ pfilhdser dJIiIJtoo r tiiJH rjt ipu that itisn sea ry for aperson to swallbw sdme of such discharges or things pol luted by them in sonic way in order to contract the disease They usually gain entrance to the system through infected wa ter from wells or streams drain ing inhabited areas and pollut ed by infected fecal matter or in small uusewered town and country districts espe6ially such matter may be carried by flies SI i in at and deposited dti the food utenj sits and hands in1 unscreened kitchens and dining rboms Candidates in fesilll O W Witt and P Alum baugh have been respectively nominated for County Judge and Sheriff by the Democrats of Es till county Therb is great dis satisfaction with the Republicans of this county over their nominee and it is belitived the Dem ocrats can win Quite number of Powell county people are attending the fair at lilt Sterling this week fibJexhibitionthrough tfnd get full benefit of the entire day by going early and Judge D B Redwine of Jack son was nominated by the Democrats of the Judicial Dis trict for Circuit Judge and T 0 Johnson of Lee county for monwealths attorney This is strong ticket and one that we be hove will win The most important thing that the debate on the tariff in the United States Senate disclosed was that there are number of those old mossback representa tives of the trusts that ought to be elected to stay at home Liberty Brand Bats for Men and Boys in all the now shapes sand shades tlHardwjck Co t4tJ ii5i The trouble about imposing corporation tax is going to be the trusts will beat the government at its own game and give the government the goes to boot For any kind of summer wear for women men girls or boys see our lines Can interest you in quali ty prices Co- Stanton r 111 SHIM FESSELS PJ The Old Reliable tj For Everything You Need in f General Merchandise fJI Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City 51 Country Produce Bought and sold A Liberal Share of Your Patronage 1jf SHIMJESSEL J j 1pIi2 f I IIi e J 1 a returrtingllate 23rd Com a a I j AI 1 p assortmentHardwick J t Place t I 4 Solicited I r I r A r I j I KENTUCKYz J t 1 rl r l f I tw tt I e fi ry A PROBL tJtiYPARENTS Our pupillllhft a solved this a amour patrons to solve Jt a about it and act acdorjlfcfglyi This is fiewJjbjHism An edu cated maxi Mcei es 1000 per year and jio8JB lr forty ye irs An uneducated eri to receives 1 50 per clay liatylWrks for 40 years of 800 days 11Yt requires e even years pbnths each 2Q days totha zitli11 days to the week and O rsto the day for a boy to ob i education Is the educatesi5rtli any thing to him raooe so find how much a yer nth a week a day an hot Btrrt rth- i This itr our school solves itl 1 A lii broo of 40 xears work by alit educated man equal 40000 V JR2 A lifeteof 40 years work by an unedtlpated man equal 18000 3 Amountgained by oluca tion eqll l oOO less 18000 e qual 22 4 Time 5juired to obtain the education Vertial 11 equal 22OOobljlcJfsehThlngs which are equal to he same things are equal toeatiothe- rb1 yrs caUon equal 2000 tl 1 moi I a 200 7 J rvees U 50 8 1 days 10r- Jr j 0 tCfIii 26 4Z K 21 c 3 n make in a da1 of eight hou a each by working in a mill Parents your boys and girls are the most important products raised nn thei farm or about your Their immortal minds and souifare being rapidly shaped NOW Educate them jpot in order that they may from work or make much money but in order that they mayjbe better prepar ed for the useful work of life and for the enjoyment of the lives that Godjlias given them which can only result from an active useful Viand Godfearing- life We want to help your children make men andwomen morally mentallyand physically Please help us Wecantdoithemmubhgoodif ularly If theymiss a day or a half day orau hour in each week they are I going to get behind We want to teach them ui tuldity industry and aloveandreverencefor the God who created them We want you to help UBi Please see that they come tb+ school regularly not missing a day hour or minute Ifth lIve too far away to come home Ito dinner ajjd get back in time please let them bringtheir tlinnersto school with them It wouldbe good for some of them if they would walk a little faster tkantlieir ordinary gait It would do our country good We aim togo on time as regularly as khd IrJauB ran If a pupil IB aonope1ed x to stay away from school ar t diay pr be late please i tBurftncl sand a written rfJvi4 drltiV a J tlit rL JIleV tr ifh ii t to c i f tardiness This will aid us very much in teaching vour children regularity and punctuality with out which they can never lead successful happy and useful livesOn the last day of school we expect to give a nice present to the most punctual and polite boy and duo to the most attentive polite and industrious girl in our room We are certain that all who make an earnest effort to win the present will be large ly benefitted We should never try to get something for nothing All success that makes the soul grow that enables manhood and of which we are proud to think in old age comes from earnest ef fort Make the effort Parents help your boys and girls to make the efiort H M B Farm Paper Free Wo have contracted for one hun dred yearly subscriptions to the Southern Agriculturist and will give this paper one year free to all our subscribers paying for rthe Times one year in advance The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers for this section so renew with us today and get it as a pre mium free Twentynine new converts were baptised into the Christian church at Vaughns Mill Sunday and the revival services conclud ed Several from this city at- et dedtiles services j Lost Ladies D APIn between J G Easters residence and the park Liberal reward Return to this of fice See our line of Queen Quality Shoes and Oxfords for Wemen in the newshades and lasts- Hardwick do Co- oStanton Ky A much needed rain foil in some parts of the county Satur day and again on Sunday Hail also visited some sections It was followed by a most agreea blo drop in temperature It was much cooler yesterday morning whichreminded us that it war a fall month and frost would sppn be hereThe lsburg Hearld says that biggest trust on earth is the country newspaper It trusts everyboby gets cussed for trust ingand if it busts for trusjng gets cussed fOF busting And there you are Cut out this arti cle and send it to us with whpt you owe on subscription Mrs John Colliver of Salt Lickspent a few days with her parents Judge and Mrs W T Adams the first of the week Mr Colliver was here with his wife over Sunday Charlie Young of West Bend who was so seriously injured last week by the railroad steam shove is getting better and Dr Mar tin thinks he will now get over the injury Mrs N 0 Bush and children of Winchester are visiting her sister Mrs Robt N Bush Dir N 0 Bush is now in Colorado for his health Dr Smithreports the birth pf daughter to Mr anti Mrs Fletch ei set of Yl1ghris Mill Montay Auguat 30 Mr and Mrs Bert Barnett of Winchester visited relatives onHardwicks Creek from Fri day till Monday Air and Mrs J A Walters of Ford are visiting the latters pa rentsElder and Mrs A Easter near the city rL I BI BARGAINS IN I MILLINERY I I eeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeHats w Every Hat at a Big Reductiony Hats made and Trimmed to Order by MrS W N Bush the PRACTICAL MILLINER located in Central Sample Room I f I r j s- r d o J 1 S41 1 THE TIMES IUBLISnED EVERY THURSDAY J IL Uurghcr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 2 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers wo have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 H Home and Farm 75 One Candidates Experience Cam J Lewis late candidate for Superintendent of Schools before the Republican primary in Harlan tells his story in the Harlan Enterprise as follows Ho made thirteen stump speeches told 126 liesbetrayedf- our friends nursed 22 babies lost 17 led pencils broke two fountain pensate 584 eggs sparked and kissed 21 girls and sixfold maidshad one mare crippledswapped saddles once thankedone man for some possum oilspent 043 58 for expenses had 224 lies told on himbroke out one window pane while escaping from an Old maid prayed three prayersgave thanks 43 timesslept with one brotherwas lost once on Ab ners ridgewent to mill seven times canvassed in three coun ties and three states bought 25 cents worth of cigars and tobacco lnid down 160fenco gap saV two wild turkeys=had seven dreams one was that ho was walking on Howard and Bailey logs on April 3rd but he soon found out that it was only pass way over to the Bull Holetrav eled 8400 milesreceived 40 congratulations saying oldBoy you ran a brilliant race You can come through next time Cam says Yes after you are beat or elected every body is for ouafter it is too late to do you any good It is no pleasant thing for a good man to bo connected with politics A man to make a good politician must be of this type one that dont care to lie one who cares not to betray his best friend one that has money and dont cure to spend it or one who has no money and dont want any If a man goes into a campaign with nothing he is not hurt Therefore if a man wants to keep clean and save his money he should keep out of county politics A Nice Thing Editing a newspaper is a nice thing If we publish jdkes peo ple say v e are rattle brained If we dont we are fossils If we publish original matter they say we dont give them enough feejec tlous If we give them selections they say we are too lazy to write If we dont go to church we are heathens If we do go weare hypocrites If we remain at the office we ought to be out Jooking for news items If we goout then we are not attending to bus iness If we wear old clothesII they laugh at us If t good clothes they say wo have a pull Now what are we to do Just ns likely as not some one will say that we stole this from an exchange and we did Considered Liberal A western editor has received the following unique letter t Send me a few copies of the paper which has the obituaryand verses about the death of my child a week or two agoTou will publish the inclosed slip a bout my nieces marriage And I wish you would mention in your local columns if it dont cost me anything that I am going to have a few extra calves to sell Send me a couple of extra copies of the paper this Week but as my time is out you can stop my pa per as times are too hard to waste money on ji newspaper The boyor man who is always scrupulously punctual about quitting time never rises very high in the world We have contracted forbjie hun dred yearly subscriptions to the Southern Agriculturist and will give this paper one year free to all our subscribers paying for the t ur gdLV ucerbe Agriculturist is one of the bestfarrii papers for this section so reneW with us today and get it as a pre mium free SPOUT SPRING V Shelt McKinney bought a pair of good mules from Everett Daw son 1 T S McKinney was in Mont gofriery county Monday on a bup iness mission Elder B S Burgher will preach at the Baptist church Sunday mornig See our line of Cook Stoves and Itunges We can sell them cheap er than peddlers or mail order hous es and besides you can see jest what you are buying and know where to find us should anything bo unsatisfactory with the stove or range Hardwick Co- Stunton Ky Vaughns Mill James Short and wife left this oj + of 01 I oj 10 + 10 + + ++ ++ 10 10 oJ + ot1o+HiHoto1oJo 0I JoJ+ + Oo1o +o1o + ++ ii STANTON A t COLLEGEI fEvery teacher a professional Two new departments this year Not a popr e but a good College Common Branches High I studies Collegiate Work Elocution Oratory Music Booki1 t keeping Stenography Typewriting Stanton offers 1 itatsmall expense Write for Prospectus for 1991 7j I R A McCONAGHA President t STANTON KENTUCKY t + +1 + i + Io + o1o ++a KIo+w Ho +++ 4bt++1++ I1I I K tWt t lI v place Satur a J 1gUBf28tI1 fors Hamilton r Edd BusVlsft Sunday eVening for Clark county to work1rithe tobacco RIV Moses Mc d the guest f R L Sly feESCL Saturday night and Miss Stanl We isvas time guest fMis ancyBueh Saturday night ariaSunda 5 Mr and M Bert of- Winchesttrra eve been visiting- friends andhfs a- yesr atthisplace the past fewxUys Mr sam Wells and Mr and1I have been d relatives up in the mbtamsthe past week JP One of jth reatesteligious moves thatih takenplac3e in this county fo o lnst40 years has happened ithin the past three weeks tythree people have joined the church and we think fully I8i8dUO to our Choir btitllftl a have had good ministers gospel and they have d with the people earnestly andBincerely y Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that fonSln Mercury as mercury wiitirely destroy the sense of smellmrf completely de range the wholel syitem whelien tering it througlfthe mucbuseur faces Such m1 h leshould never be used excepRon prescriptions from reputablq physicians aa the damage tb ywdl do is ten fold to the good You can possibly derive from them hails Catarrh Curt ntYiCocury and is teen internally acting directly upon the blood and mOcouB Burfac fc je system In buyingl a11ts nre you1gEf I rte is bakea internally atva f1D 0ybio1f F1 Cm timoniuls free l Sold by DIl1gg 8J1Price 75o- per bottle U Take Jlall6 Fa Pills for con Btijiatioh iIf We have a numljer of mens suits that will ciote out regardless of cost Will sell IhqSfat the follow lug prices forcaer only 817 00 suits for 110011 00 suits for 89 00 812 50 suiwjfor J8 00 If you can use any ofcthem you can not afford to mies ibis opportunity Har4ficfe k Co i Ky SEEDSI FOR 10 CErnDwe will lead pottvald oar COLLECTIONIseo1 kt PrliMll Hxllik 11ks 0ttalrts 0 Urr t l Cu 1 eka6rl7Areenba bbes IN 1 ka gllotsltrk 10 tta 10- al 1I11iH QoIoo 11eR 0H a X iiwilt toiUj Sand V tai Lap p y poo4packing B4 natl th 1s ftjfliM Oolf to ntUt with ftr Gait XJRKAT NORTUWlf CO 1J63Uo a8t N rdminol JIiIy IttIFruit and Ornamental I TREESf1 Every thiijg r fortOcrhard tIwnan- IGajd d ercFl3EE n 7 mF Hiiienmele Sons LGoy KY- t 5- J w 4 S 1o the Ladies J OFaCLAY CITY and VICINITY r I 1 t We have the Agency for American LadiesTailoring t Company for Suits Coats and Skirts made to measure You are cordially invited to call see the magnificent line of Samples New Style Cards o 5 a f i MRS J W5 ll Williams 1 j The Whitest White Cake F The Lightest Light Rolls x And Flakiest Biscuit Are 2VXii lo Wlion You VHOsPearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed J MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants r M I Free Premiums j- i the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST offers more and better premiums to club raisers than any Southern pa per j c A This year wo are giving nway a lot of new and valuable g 5 presents sonnettings you never saw before Kg ii i Anybody can get up a clilb for theSouthern Agrlcultul 1 let bqcauseU is time best piper published fprSouthin 0 farm g erp and the price is very reasonable jij Write for free sample copy containing attractive prtnr Ijjj t 2 limit offer 9 I5 Y- iSouthern i I Agriculturist Jr1 Nashville Tenn it JI HI JtaP t f 1 r f f 71 j i I tC r 1ti Is 5 0 J yrl- V j t 1- c I it o f1 OJ fr r i 1i d I of r fl Ll E TINIESII I 0 v AN ALL HOMEMADE IAfRK 1 i I THURSDAY Sept 21109 LOCAL BREVITIES Drink WAINSCOITS UOXA t KOLA Mrs E B McGlone is visiting relutivesm Garter county The Standard Spoke Company will start up their plant Mon dayVa HG Walters is much improv Jed1nhealthw are glad to re- Port A light frost last night is re S ported from some parts of the county i SS Snojvden of llosslyn was transacting business in the city Mouaay AS Estes of Magoflin coun ty visited home folks a few days I this week I MartinPwent to the mountains last week and bought a drove of yearling cattle 5 v See our line ofuWnlk Over- Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the new Spring and Summer styles Hardwick tt Co- Stanton f The County Union Sunday School Convention will be held X in the Oollge building at Stanton C 1 1 Sept 11 and 12 t Y t We are selling all Summer Gopds JtL 4iat cost now Act wise and get your J t v hare of these bargains l f Hsrdw Co WStallionic I Mrs W Sl Roberts and little llmnltor Lorena are visiting Jrcherdnuthter Mrs 0 M Rum i field at Columbus Ohio During the balance of the season gt we will give you gn interesting re i Auction in price on anything in our 4millinery tine It will pay you tot get our prices Hardwick Ss COI t Stanton Ky W P Walton late owner of r the Lexington Democrat and the 1 Frankfort State Journal has t bought a controlling interest in lthe Lexington Evening Gazette and has taken charge of the pa j ifPer do With a Rush The demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure lr Kings New Life Pillsis astounding say they ntver saw the like Its boouuso they never fail to cure Sour Stom v lita iousness Jaundice Sick HeadaoLe Chills and Malaria Only 25c For sale by all druggists Mrs J W Jewell last week attended the funeral of her sis ter Mrs John Bartlett at Win chester Upon hVr return Home she was called to Bodes where t her nephew Los Linville was I lying at the point of death from sll king cigarettes J A Hurry up Call Juick Mr DrugglstQuiokii A box of Bucklens Arnica Salve Bores a quarter For the love of I Noses hurry Jlabys hutted him f 8tJlfterdblyJphnnieouthis- I fodtlwith the ake Mamies scalded upa cant walk from piles BllUe ibasiboilsand my corns ache She a gotf iialsopn oared all the fmi 4fly Ilt8itn greate8t head roc earth u1f 5 bold byalldruggist 0 wpr5 il j- ai l4 i i 4 i 1 7M U v regulurTIle Road to Success haw Hinny obstructions but none B- OilfBperate nn r health Success today cJllIIlInds health but Electric Bitters is the ireratcut health buildI PrthA worM iins nver known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the bloodand tones and invigorates the whole systenlrVig orous bodyand keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters if weak run down 01 sickly Only 50c Guaran teed by all lruggistsr Where the Profits do The profits of the mail order business is shown by the resigna tion of Richard Sears head of the big mail order firm of Sears Roe buck Co He is fortyfive years old has twentyfive million dollars and has quit business to reside on a farm Seventeen years ago he was a telegraph operator at a country station at a salary of fife ty dollers prr month He con ceived of the idea of selling by mail for 1100 watches that cost him 0040 In two years after he went to Chicago he had made 200000 on watches alone He then went into partnership with A W Roebuck in the mail or der business and their stiles are more than fifty million dollars annually Exchange Night on Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent- on curinc him with Dr Kings New Discovery that hud cured himself of apthm t This wonderful mgdiciriesoon relieved and quick ly cured his neighbor Later it cured his eons wife of a severe lung rpiK ble Millions believe itis tbe greatest Throat and Lung cure on Earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are Sure cured by it Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough 50c and tlOO Trial Bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists iiWODL HIDESAND FURS GiuseagGolden are Dealers and can do better for o than agent or commiuion merchants- Reference Bank in Louisville Write for weekly rice list and hip ping tl Wefumnhwool bags Iree M SABEL SONSt- aTAUHIDN tees 228 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY yflRuaagttcsfac ES lc DE KALBILL MNSASCiTYt4O r Union Lock Poultry Fenopqutr tt ruNI n rIeW Sled ia at- nrYd trpolIIr 1a1 artrrnd srdud q- n trf tea otual adlWw t tarlaInw fnrnnnvn tnrt0xrn uapeet Ill suu City Mo 4- IY I It J r rS rr- a n crtRISTiASfeBNDEAVOR SOCIETY 1- Yro rani for the Christian Endeavurale tingSunday eVen Septem r that 7 p m TopiiLJBJs Lessons for me front o Romans The Booklof Romttns and its author Nora Rich Bd hOEllforll d to the World Martin Instrumental SoloMiss Mary SlumfesseliMrChoruBrrJuhior Endeavorers- Bo yi ansformedAda Johnson The service of Christ a Rea sonable Demand =Mollie John Soil SlloEd Earnest RecitatiItJycie Rich Rout 5 flll1rM Burgher SongSociNeed y Ughteousness Because of Si Prof n 11 Brumley t Instrumentill SoloMrs W T McGuire Golden SentencesMeulbers- Roll dull k ifSong i BelledictionIThere idiuit enough joy in this struggling rld So few people have time fit but children happy who arc brought up in sympathetic atmosphere in the infinitetjeisurp that is theirs have an immense capacity for joy Howcan we deny ourseles that enric1iing spectaclea joy ous child cThe capacity for joy is one of thja highest of the hUe man faculties and it is grossly neglected We walk too much with our feet in graves Let us laugh witli the children and bo yoqug SEEDSBOOEEES tSSK SUCCEED I- SPECiALOVFER4 t mll4 liew Bntee A trill WlU eyou our peraanent customer Prlre netltrtluu lbsSniMITrIp1 lendtd I 1u11 au le sMra1r hltwt rlnelrlne In aU ODAIUNTEUt TO PLKAS- EWrite today Mention this Paper N SEND 10 TSuIto earn poky ul puklnf tn4tMln tiff T Inkblec- ollKttoa cf ered wntktr with tic iMtnutlra UfnuUllil reel u4 Plant Ilook Mill tilUMt UM Uttt TUVIM ct Ewli Phnltc- M k W llulbeIBGt BaSBcitoaciii J CAPITAL STOCK 81OOOOO SUR1LUS AND UN DIVIDED IJROKCTg 100000 t I r X tOMlEJ r WINC13I1OR BKo- 1 iSTJUK ICY N ItOlXV S TninseoorrIlIRN VT R 8P1L1Jt OABHIKK t z IYOUR ACCOUNTS SOLIC- ITEDJ11UPPIN If 1 wwr W W I I1 + + + + + + + + o l + I i Watchmaker iad Jeweler i All Kinds oV tch and Clock Reprlng3H 5ii rt Notice and jTIONJewelry Speptacles Call and sse me ini the Red t River Heal JiulMJnp Cl- 1Y KENTUCKY r- i ++ 4 d fir a iitstl ritIM4runnaurYrriM + Remedies are NeededW- ere we perfect which we are not medicines would not often be needed But since our systems have be throughindiscretionsthrough countless generations remedies are needed to aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses To reach the seat of stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles there is tbInd m nod R Dr per fbn ilDcv 1InalThe genuine has on ItsI otsldcSignature tlio You cant afford to accept n secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalco holic medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION not even though the urgent dealer may profitDrregulate and invigorate stomach liver 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BittersbJIsInweaknesseo they are tho supreme remedy as thousandu have testified LIYERANDSTOMACH I it 13 the best medicine ever sold over a drnfrhtu rromMr ncc 1 Of t Happy Homes A woman may do her level best tOlUaieq happy home for tier husbandand childrod but if she is treated as n slave and only given her board and clothing in payment for her services as mother wife cook laundress nurse girl chambermaid and seamstress is it any wonder that little or no happiness exists in that home If a mother spoils her son by pampering and wait ing on him all thelyears of his childhood and boyhood and mak ing him think that a man should always be waited on by the wo man of his household it is strange that he expects a wife to de the same and that in all like lihood she either wears out in a few years such service or else become bitter and disheartened There are very many reasons why a home may not be found a happy one and the happiness found therein depends fully as much on tho husband as it does upon the wife We are often told that in every true and ideal marriage both husband and wife must learn to bear and forbear In every home where happiness exists there must be perfect truth confidence and love be TlwreInecessary the one which is caused by the suns shining outdoors and the other by its shining in our hearts Happy homes hound in the heart sunshine and whether it shines without or not there is naught but brightness within doors It is the loving deeds the cherry helpful words and the kindly thoughtfulness that each member of the family shows to ward the others that makes an ideal happy homea perfect heaven oat earth How many of llsdo our share in such oflrestits influence Farm Paper Free Wo have coutractcd for one hun dred yearly subscriptions to the Southern Agriculturist andwill give this paper one year free toull our subscribers paying for the Times one year in advance The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers for this section so renew with us today and get it as a premium free Filling Mens Jobs Of the 488 080 women work ors in the United States accord lug to the latest census returns 41 2 per conl nearly half are under 25 years of age while 22 0 have not reached the age 21 Of the JJOy occupations in which breadwinners of the country are engaged women have preempt ed a place in all but nine In the list of unusual pursuits a dopted 5 were pilots 1J wero baggage women on steam rail roads 31 brukewomen told 26 switch women yard women and flag women j 48 were carriage and hack drivers and 508 maw chinistsA who wanted a net house built might have all the work done by women lort is re port shows that besides toed It 0 architects who come more properly under t heIIprofessions there are 150 women builders and contractors in tho United States tai women masons 545 women carpenters 45 women plasterers 1750 woinon painters glaziers and vurnishers 121 wo men plumbers241 women paper hungers and two women sinters unit mo furs It isiiot unusual I dr AtT Ai flFe w 1 ttYr9 in the Middle est ttncl PacificI coast states tfomeefc with ual performan o of these me chanical hues of work by WOe menExchangeNorth iPlor Dr FredericBA Oookj of Brooklyn whom July 1007 de parted in searchh of the North Pole aldiviiold not been heard from for over year startled the civ 1iiedworld itha telegram from LerwichjXjJu the Islands announcing ShetOlandI reached oe p l Dr Cook is rejturning on the steamer liana Elide due at Co- penllagen Sat r i In his finalV- dush for the e Dr Cook was not accalnpaniedby a white man four Esquiraaw being his only companions The news of his success is generally credited by scientific men- The fomou9O eons Nebraska Indians will the Clay Oily team SeptgmbejlO We trust ourauf 400 scribers all woh i are in arrears icall and settle what they oweat fhe postal lays unreservedly require that subscrip tions must be pjtid in advance and at least cannotlJe mailed after one yeard delinquency We dislike to discontinue the to any Rut scriber who wants it and we also dislike to disotJBy the law which puts us In a haralpltice that can be BO easily remedied by all paying Plense do this K upI We are unavoidably late this weekS1 We WantiiThe Orphans The Highland Orphans Homo at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in them u t insIt is a large j three story Clayiioaso beautifully I situatedat Soul It in owned by rho Society o Winners and iUppoJt dbYcood1eOptev ry where iOrphi tVree tbo ages of five and thirteen will be received if eligible We to take the boys later Before they arelientwe warit to know the name age healilycharacter etc etc Only those why have neither father or mother win be recieved at present We requeffc all those who have any suchchifdIen to write to Dr rrant Wiltnore Ky AUo will tjiatik all ministers and county mforma tion as to any Bucirohildren The Home will cl thellducate andcare for these sake who loves them Thereis not a better home in Kentucky rIYrite at once to Dr Edwur l0 iuerrnnt- l Ky It will payo w 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