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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4- ti J0 J J F + iF CD r 1 THE CLA CITY TIMES0 t j ht f 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Claythe Surrouni Country and Ourselves I E Burflher Publisher VOl XV CLAY CITY KfvUHSDAY FEBRUARY 17 J9IO NO7 Next Will be Democratic The Louisville Evening Post 4 claiming to be an independent newspaper but which has without exception supported Repub lican nominees in every election since 1805 and which since that elate has been accurate in most of its political prophecies says editorially It is stated that the opinion is rowing at Washington that there should be a change in the Republican lend ership in tho House As far as the next House is concerned the Evening Pout believes that such a change could not now be made in time The next House will be Democratic probably by as large a majority as the press out House is Republican In the West Republican Congress men will go down by the score In the Central West the story is the same Kentucky has three Republican Congressmen at present in the next House only the Eleventh district will be rep resented by a Republican Mt Sterling Gazette As a Matter of Economy There are some other things that Mr Taft might explain to Congress in regard to the mail business says the Kent 0 Cou rier Ho might save a little money by stopping the printing of job workthat is being done at less than cost and hauled for aiuthing besides thus robbing leg jjituatocQUUtr publishetSj the 1 ones he asks to do aUlu8 local advertising for nothing Theres the big morning daily newspa es tpernail trains out of the cities toonot to speak of the tons of congressional records dumped into every newspaper office in f the laud not one in ten thousand of which is ever opened unless by some papers that are hard up for wraps sor the single wrap list And next comes Washingtons I birthday r S t h- l i itt u Where High Prices Come In A farmer took two hogs ton butcher and offered them for sale A price was quickly agreed on and the farmer said he would sell but wanted tho hams and shoulders To this the butcher agreed and after the weight had been taken the desired parts of the hogs were cut off and handed to the farmer who asked for the balance coming to him After figuring moment the butcher replied You owe me 285 And the farmer had to pay it The butcher had bought the hogs at wholesale price und charged the farmer retail rates for the parts he reserved In ef feet the farmer had made the butcher a present of two hogs and had then paid him 285 for for certain parts of them 0 Our Share of It Kentucky may share in the 12000000 which the State of Virginia is claiming froth the National Government for por tion In the vast territory ceded by Virginia out of which the States of Ohio Indiana Illinois Wisconsin and portions of Min nesota were carved Coy Swan son sartled the country by send ing in a special message to the Virginia General Atsmbly set ting forth the old dominions claim on the ground that the Government had expressly vio lllt d c ioi 4uU eryubnh Virginia coded this territory As Kentucky was a part of Vir ginia at that time us was also West Virginia it is figured that each of these States would come in for about onesixth of the sum due This would maltKentuckys share 2000000 The higher the price of steak goes the more generous the butcher seems to be about includ ing large sections of bone along with the Outs vwwvrwrvrwwrwwwrwwv rrw gwvrwwvc+ o f SHIM FESSELSI PlacerFor Everything You Nedin General Merchandise i CJ Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City fj Country Produce Bought and Sold I Liberal Share of Your Patronage iA Solicited f1 tsMIMissEL- w I jl +CLAY CITY i KENTiJCKyr f J h THE THIRTEENTH CENSUS Every totyycurs since seven teenninety United States- Joverumontiuscounted the peo pie At fi s Jjotivo was almost wholly 1make a basis for the apporfio nent of Congressmen Littlelulittlo other mat ters were carftd for in the census inquiry U fiiade of record in the ubH heareports And now the liteiaureof the bureau svolumuiousandtremendously In that first census Virginia had sixty peftcent more people than Pennsylvania could boast North Carol na had more people than eithlipfew York or Mas n Puritan com monwealth letlie Empire state in populutioueaithand influ ence Ric mi d was bigger than Brooklyn andf Ito centre of pop ulation was ih Maryland That centre has rojtjvfd steadily west digressing a from decade to decade tothjjmorth or to the south and isigm about half way across the southern part of Iudi ana It is y to move into Illinois in niniteenten- There wasps fur departure from fact intbat statement of Patrick Honry4 flen he exclaim ed ThreeamUions of people armed in thel causo of liber ty and in I rpinviMclb as thale yea pnssesa Q foctiifiy ftf them For there were three millions and nut many more when the first census was taken Now it is believed by many that the thirteenth census will show more than a hundred million Indeed the New York World boils down the probable results of the census with the wordsA with nearly 110000 000 people living under or outside of the constitution with 250000 miles of railroad 25000 newspapers and other publica dOllS with 20000000 children and youths in the schools with a public debt of only 11 per capi ta and national yealth of more than 1000 for each person whichsurpasses in total Britian and Germany combined and with half of the people living in their own homes on their own land Patrick Henry and his friends builded a great deal better and bigger nation then they had an idea of VivionKerr Mr JH H Vivion of this county aud Miss Lena Kerr daughter of J D Kerr also of this county were married at the home of the bride Wednesday The endless chischeme has boon adopted by a Newport Ky man to obtain a pardon for Henry Youtseyi who is serving a life tern in prison for the murder of Gov Goebel We have a fullpino of glens and boyshatBlinnl1 oJJhe new shapes and colors You should see them IHftlctiwiok fc Co 1lStuntou Ky Mr and MiP Hall have oneto l oujeRJQOping on Mr Halls m 11 oc 1 i f I + F r- i ay LOOKING OVER L 6 E Lexington press dispatch says It is reported here that the Pennsylvania Railroad Company is trying to buy the Lexington and Easton Railroad which ox tends from this city to Jackson in Breathitt county and that tho object of a party of Pennsylvania officials who passed through this city on their return from Jack son was to look over the L E withan eye to its purchase The party which is headed by D S Newhall purchasing agent for the Pennsylvania system stated that their object was simply to look over the lands which the Pennsylvania owns and denied any intention of buying the Ltt E The general offices of the L d EIlre located ill this city and the fact the rumors of a possible sale are circulated withiout con tradiction so close to headquar terslends some color to the report The Pennsylvania system has a tract of land in the mountains on the Lexington and Eastern of 10 000 or 17000 acres and J M Corbin a coal surveyor has been engaged to make plats of the tract which will when finished be sent to the headquarters of the Pennsylvania railway The Pennsylvania railroad it is said has close relations with the L N Whichybnrd givOtheni a coii j t Jf i1 lhM nim e s Improvement at the Depot An addition to our depot is being built to accommodate the colored passengers The favor will be gteatly appreciated by the traveling public of Clay City The L S E may always be de pended upon to do the right thing when it is convinced what is LINE of Prices in the Cincinnati hog market soared Tuesday until they reached the highest level sine the Civil War Top grade of hogs were quoted at 925 to 9i10 per hundredweight Clear pork has advanced to 25 a barrel which is 8 higher than n year ago Herman Newcombs bill to substitute electrocution for hang ing in tho State of Kentucky passed the Senate Senator New combs bill to provide a penalty for those responsible for indigent children was also passed by the upper branch of the Legislature Representative Johnson of Kentucky forced Inspector Repp of the Bureau of Animal Indus try to admit that the packers discriminate against all stock growers south of the Ohio River lit prices paid for steere The sale at Charlie Welchs Thursday was well attended and articles brought fair prices Ono 11 year old horse brought 10 t one 0 year old mare brought 110 one cow brought 87 50 one cow 85 sheep sold for 5 00 For Sale Seven room house and five lots invest end of town Apply to N C Walters Irvine Ky Dr Martin announces time birth in cJJO rnd Mrs Js dir1r Csdao1eb Ii frD B Davis and family leave tomorrow for Middletown 0 to make that place their future home It will pity you men Mid boys to see our line of clothing We feel sure we can suit you both in style and price Wo have them both in novelty and staple colors and stvles IIn rd wick it Co Stanton rihtOUR A Pall and Winter e HATS are ready for your inspection r M All are Cordially Invited I Mrs W N BUSH I1fi I SAMPLE ROOM OF CENTRAL HOTEL Ii 1 r ri r Y1JtSII i 1t J1j r a v TIMEStrUULISIIKD EVEUV TllLltSUAY 0 =0 J L burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in al vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass mail matter Thursday Febt7 1911 0 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub suribera we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal S1Oi II Cincinnati Enquirer 111 tt Louisville Commercial 75 d Home and Farm 75 Is It Lost or Stolen We ask Mr Taft this question Why does the Government pay nine cents per pound to carry second class mail matter througl the mails which means carrying it on railroadswhen ex press companies running their ears on the same train at the same rate of speed can carry that matter for one cent a pound and make a profit We ask Mr Taft to observe that the rate of the United States Express Company between New York and Ohi cago OIIH thousand miles is 250 for one hundred pounds If It costs nine cents a pound as Mr Taft thinks to carry such mat ter the charge of the Unitec States Express Company would be nine dollars for a hundred a for hUIf1Doesnttiie United States Express Com Qanywhich makes hugo profits ahd pays huge dividends car carry one hundred pounds one thousand miles for two dollars and a half the United States Government which is not in bus iness for profit but for public convenience ought to be able to carry one hundred pound one thousand miles for one dollar And we ask Mr Taft to stop the railroads stealing and to stop the postotlice lossnot by mak ing the general public pay more for their periodicals but by al lowing the railroads und others concerned to steal lessEx Getting their Eyes Opened The AldrichOunnon tariff laws and Speaker Joe Cannon arc very obnoxious characters with with the people of the United States This fact was recently demonstrated by a poll of the Republican and indepentent edi tors of the country conducted by the Chicago Tribune The vote standing for Cannon was 577 and 11191 against for the Aldrich a union tariff law 880 against it 3400 It is simply this in proof The will of onefourth overrides the will and wishes of three fourths of the people in this country But thats Republicanism pure and simple The principles of the Republican par ty are not understood by onehalf its members they are learning however and will hnext fall bo m educated that there will be e Jetted a full Democratic Congress that will do something to the trusts and money sharks and something for the people The thrusting of Uncle Joe into outer darkness is not the easy matter some people think perhaps The disquieting cir cijmstnnce is that Uncle Toe has every trust in the country back of hum For Revenue Too Caleb Powers may well be u Republican for the revenue there is in it as well as from principle Ho fleeced thousands of dollars form members of his party whe in jail awaiting his trial for con spiraey in the Goebel murder He is now raising great howl in his candidacy for Congress in the Eleventh Republicans every where are finding him out and fast branding him Warren Meek of the Paintsville Herald inns distressed the supporters of Caleb Powers candidacy for Con gross by stating that the said Powers charged 500 for deliver ing a Republican speech in John son county and adding the uti kind comment that there is some wonder whether the effort was worth the price It is claimedby many that John Langley will get a fat appointment from the government and not run for Congress again John denies this and says he will run that there are some important inattets he wants to vet get through Congress Yes just sc and it seems to us that that turn pike bill is one of them You promised us faithful John you know that if you were sent back to Congress you would get turn pikes for the mountain countie of your district Come on mak good your widely advertise statement hasSenator Aldrich just re turned from visiting a number of Florida winter resorts No doub the gentle keepers thereof hand ed Mr Aldrich ml urge dose of his increasedcostofliving med icineThe Congressman who whine that he Vcanriofclive comfortnbl on 7500 a yearscan make- big 11 hit by giving somebody els a chance to try it anyway Usually the statesman win complains that all the trusts an fighting him is offering a strong hid to be loved for the ememie tie has made Anyhow thea reduction of the salary of members of hc tariff board from 10000 to 700 is a revision downward Costs only 500000 a year tc carry Congressmens letters speeches and garden seeds A mere bagomail 1Iien Give Us StateWide Prohiblton If the gentlemen who conno Kentuckys whiskey interest will ipt let us have the county unit aw and it begins to appear hat they are smart enough to n variably find sumac WilY to lock it then it is probable that we will seeII bearfight for Statewide prohibition- I have never yet decided that Statewide prohibition was expedient although I believe the people have a right to it if they vant it I have felt that I would be satisfied with the county unit fill for the present at least but the way things are runninc if oaks as if all temperance folks would lave to stand for the State issue The proposition is just trust Ye can whip the whiskey interests at the polls but they cnn vhip us in Legislature Mem hers of that body will help tc raya bill to sleep who would never come square out and vote against it We have got to do me of two things either drug 011 the politicians ont into time ripen und make them show thei- rMorsnr getupa State wide r yr prohibition wayemtf will run over them like rivste n roller The tempera tftrollsore cith er going to have l county uni law or State wideijrohf ration I prefer the fonnp11inKllm a lIt- tle dubious nbouttJlio but tf I cant go for the other 1Veliai1better think about it and sejb iwo cant nil take this staridirA A Bow mar in WoodforcJvSuuV Howslthls We offer Ono HuAdred Dollars Reward for aucasoof Catarrh that cannot be cured by Ilvlis Ca tarrh Cure F JK heney 8 Co 1 Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have knows F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honora ble in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Wedding Kinnau ts Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent iree Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists 7 Take Halls Family rills for con Ii t110 Ion c See onr fall and winter line of Walk Over shqtyj for men Wi have them in all the uptodate styles lItLrdwick Co- StantonWyN NOTICE It was ordered by the Fiscal court ut Ha December term 1009 that any person or persons having any claim or claims against Powell county shall file then with the county attorney 16 days before the April or October terms of said court foe his examination eerymaddmid the litw dir sink that fnil ure to file same us above stated will be a bar to the allowance of nny claim or claims it that term of the court I give this notice for the benefit oft those who have or may hereafterbave claims a gainst the conuty and that we niay shorton the terms of the 7 T ut1 r iinVjkiivu the county expense Respectfully M AlJhTJlipP Co nutty Our line of Milliof is strictly up to date andoueprices are right We Invite you to wall and sere ii Ilardwick Co- Stanton SEEDSFresh 8e rantMdloPI ie- ErerrOirdeneraml Planter Inet1aol Our NorthernOrowD8eedJ SPECIAL rrcn FOR 10 FAMOUS we will tend CENTSI lliklfrlawutUdUk tM IM Ipkparlfamwa Igahs N Ult le-ealleryUuCel Pgw Psd l0o WrIU todtl S4B4 U cnU to blp P 1paW udp- ftcklfif and relv tk shot VftnoM Colwction lo eelGRtEAT NNOWOICTUIItNS 81iED Guide CO- 1X3 hose St Kackfonl Illlnoli M rJiiiriiii Y Ir l Fruit and Ornamental i I TREES 4- r rEverythingfor I ORCHARD jLAWN and GARDEN ONE MILLION Strawberry Plants 1 Free Catalogue NO Agents IH F Hnienmcyer SonsiLEXINGTON 5 KY 1K J 1 N- rd f f r 1C i t i MidWinter e i Beginning the 24th eve will put on our t Mid Win- terCUTPRICE t eto All t Goods go into this I sale Which we aim to make I the greatest of all sales i1EithJW t r Ii l1- h wiiiiams I i- o y 0u USE o ROPE 8 SALE Winter MILLS FLOUR 7 1 I itl t fIStart In Nowt- o 1Iuse HOPE MILLS flour and PPotif von d rr H f ettnrtbnn roily f other you ever used We guaran r tee your biscuits more dainty tnd h your pies and pastry mor luuious You will find that quality counts in flour as well as in cooktln1 our Hour bur the quality tnut brings happy results hifb1iw GAIN Vetadiiiea Ky I I I OAKLAND PIANOS 1 1 Ouralmbthe popular uptodate moderate price pPanopoeeening that or tone worth value and durability not round tDIpianos telling atwmperathe prices The offlcen of the Co are practical s piano meu whose lifelone experience in the and marketing of is concentrated In the development of those essential quality feature that attract bujerOur one etvla of CM and on grade of pUno thenbylnereaMur to theminimum andlermitnnguptonrterqudltyandlndlrld A imIitrlnth o plantInIntone uantylnthrateInUuyennJoomnuelontrougbSout th nnl t jrte workmanship nd In dunhlUtjr we th OkUnd wnnhano I utthe I nrrydanowritedrccttoOAKLAND PIANO CO AIS Stolnway Hall Chicago III We Want to Bell TOTT an ON 30 DAYS ORGAN Free Trial own and operate the BIGGEST JLAira IK THE WOXLD i NWeO make the BEST organs which colt DIRECT from our factory CftEOUDcredlt140Tto ere retail in wholesale America LOWER dealerorIfASK THE EDITOR of thin paper auont peoliU gffar for ontalor- AOLER ORGAN CO2901WCtftlltltrLellltdlleC 1 4- tiac j l rI j a e ri r CO- C THE TIMESo AN Air HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Fob 17 1010 t i = = LUC tiTItEVITIES A telephone exchange is feeing put hat Frenchhnrg sV Drj Martin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Millard Ledford Thursday Feb trnary10th tllentinesflocal postoilicc for one day at k toast was pretty busy +I Now is a good time to nuy your ginghams Sand white goods and get your sewing done before the hot weather Mrs J W Williams j Presently the subject will be changed from the high cost of meat to the high cost of Easter I bonnets So whats the difference 1 One death from scarlet fever has occurred at Irvine and pro cautions are being taken to pre vent any further spread of the disease Lennie Grow formerly of this place has accepted a1 position with the L E at Jackson sand I has moved from O IC Junc placeESground hog if not the best weather prophet of the whole bunch The almanacs and the U S Weather Bureau 1cannow take a back seat I i It may be U good thing to have Vs farmers in the State Legislature but there are mpre good farmers I ruined by Irvine to get there gottsrElder Z Ball of Lee county will preach at the Christian SaturdaynighttI vited to attend I Mr and Mrs R 0 Mansfield I and daughter Mrs Hubert Hunt t er of Winchester but formerly of this county leave this week for their winter homo at Dato ma Fla H F Hillenmeyer Son Kentuckys leading nurserymen have their Spring announcement Everybody who owns any lundc needs something in their line Write for their catalogue jWehandle Ball Brand rubber foot wear and have a complete stock of Boots Shoes Felts ar tics and rubbars in stock- Hardwick t Co Stanton Mrs John A Williams of Henttyville was the guest of John P Gaylord and other rela tives in the city the first ftle week Mrs Williams was returning from avjsit to a SOil in Oklahoma Qharlie Fortner formerly of this county who lasts spring shot and killed Tandy Haggard at Pilot View secured it change of venue to Madison cojnty from Olark and was tried there last week and acquitted1 h Took All His rioney t Often alla man earns goes to doctors or for medicines j to cure a I Stomach TJiver 6t Kidney trouble that Dr Kings New Life Pills would quickly uirq 1I t a slight cost Bust for Dyspepsia Indigestion Biliousness ConstipationJtitinlicel Malaria and 1Jdbilityr 25centsat Sw nnVpayLuniber Co s store1 tt- ti es t i x r I j of I t1 r e- y l n A snnlv about ten or eleven incht deep fell Friday and Fri tiny night Which war f lloved by cold Weuther Satitirdayahd Sunday It turn muchwltrin er Monday and by Tuesday night most nf the snow had melted an d gone pr 1 A Wont Need a Crut hjWhen Editor J P SOS ri1 1I of Cornelius N C bruised his leg badly j it started tin ugly sore Ma ny salves and ointments proved worthless Then Bucklens Arni ca Salve healed it thoroughly Nothing is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cod storei Jim n need of corduroy pants high and regular top shoes hunt ing coats caps or gloves let lit show you what we have and get our prices for we will save you money Hardwick Co Stanton Mr and Mrs Chas Welch who sold out their personal property last week on Hardwicks creek moved this week to Bour bon county where Mr Welch will engage in the mercantile business We regret to lose such citizens asMr Welch but he has our best wishes in his new Blue grasiiqme J President Helps Orphans Hundrrdb of orphans haye been helped by life1 President of the In dustrial and Orpbiins Home at Macon Ga whet writes1 We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nne years It has proV = ed a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidnev trou bles We regard it WH one of the best family medicines bnearth It invigorates all vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion cre ates npetiteTo strengthen and build up pale thin weak children or rundown people ifhas no equal Best for female complaints Only hoc at Swann Day Lumber Cos store BuyFURS Hide and Weol FeadienIlowilsewrx CInfeog AppleWJM telllu7IQLticib or comm ncnftuK Referent all y EUnkin LoW e Wjiujcr wetkly priee lilt ud ilnppini Uf Mbel A Sons ZMEHwtelStr LOUISVILLE KY II UNION LAWN FENCE J I Cost vers ttJejr ver1 factory fur lawns dntryya den Ve make tenbinEf4r la dnor inrdatteid horaw1 atJWrite for catalorr UNION fENCE CO+ ieKalb HI Ka tea City i r a 1 IrJA Roberts one of Pow ells sut cskful citizens wile a slirttin1o ago located in Missouri has moved froth Holt that state Kearney R F D No 2 Mr R us to change his paper to the latter address at the same time inclosing check for 1 O to apply on suuscrip- hOIl It is a matter of much1 Satisfaction to us that newspaper life seemHo be rising from the character it a trade iutb the dig nity of a profession So many college menare entering jour nalism thatth6 certain social dis credit that once attached to yong men who were pursuing the honorable calling of the reo auylongerI I i Dies at Irvine DrH FfHood died at Irvine Fob 11th aged sixty eight yearstfDr Hood was lo cated1 here ami practiced siiccess fully Ins profession for several years but county about tJ years ago Saved from Awful Peril I never feltnear my grave writes Lewis of Manchester Ohio R R No3lias when a frighful cough and lung trouble pulled me dojyh1 to iris pounds in spite Of marty remedies and the best doctors Ahmtihat I ain alive to davis due sbWiyto Dr Kings Now Discovery whl completely cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds and can Work hard It also cured my four children of croup1 Infalli ble for Coughs and Colds its the most certain remedy foi LaGrippe Asthma desperate lung trouble and all bronchial affections SOc and 81 hySWdnn SEEDSBUCKBESS watts SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER its U hilA 1w DIe A trl l irlU permaIllAHaatomerPrIze tereaudesoaU S n an s m au BCiBANTEED TO PLEASE Writs today Mention this Piper SEND 10 CENTS topootot u4 patitnd teI this vdal hieitatreeth14111 111 tkMI UM 1i WtUUM ot SMtt n atM- H Wt BCtkbse13f3 ayR00 o ill r 1 CAPITAL STOCK 100000 SURPLUS ANIUN DIVIDED PHOHTTS 1OOOOO e T1f- fiWIIVOHIEst1 13ANh- OF VINcI tTElR KY N IIotav WiTatiisiooN PRltS W R SFIIAR i OABHIEH YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED Uz 12 tf ++ 1 + 4r+f iJPnAtJPPIN i I Watchmaker wJ i f ti Jeweler t 1 All Kinds of Watch and Clockt Repairing on 5 rt Notice and 1iRiver Hotel g i f CLAY CITYr v 4s I + Jo + U i ii KENTUCKYt t a r 1j Corn School for Boys The 1 grcIlHuro of thQ State University will holda Boys Corn School March1st 2nd and lard The object of this schoolis to interest boys in im provedmethods of corn culture and to promote the organization of Boys Corn Olubs throughout the State Anyone desiring to attend will be gladly i received The word boy will be inter preted to mean anyone young e nougli in spirit to desire to learn The instruction will be worthy of the attention of men arid women There will be no charge what 1 ever connected with the school Those desiring to ii ttond should notify George KobcrtB Colle o of Agriculture Lexington Ky in order that amplu provision may bo made for the number in attendance Those dosiring board should state the fact so that boarding house accommodation may be arranged for Those tint acquainted with the city slum NX state what train theyt xpect to arrive on Some uno of the college will meet the trains Such withICollege Aids NatureThegreat success of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis weeklungsGoldenMedical condenseddigestloadthedigestiveand enriches the blood and nourishes the nervesinshort establishes sound vigorous health J2oodItSat you are thinking of the cure not the profit so theres nothing lust aa good for you Say so MedIcine mailingtJ1IHERES A BARGAIN FOR YOU r 4 o DailyOQurierJQurnal w By mail Three Monthsv r Clay City Timed One Year BOTH FOR ONLY 125j o The price of the gaily Courler Journal is SCOO n year 150 for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby wo will accept orders for that paper and ours during January February and March only at the price for both named above Send in your eubscipjion at once and keep pOBtedon the PROCEEDINGS OP THE LEGISLATURE Sunday CourierJournul not includ ed in this olfor Send 50c additional if Sunday r sue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just as good a paper as it ever was We can still furnish the Weekly and our paper both one year for ONE DOLLAR Orders must be sent to this paper not to the Oourier 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qnlcklr tvr 111 our opinion free whether an UOnAOIldiroIlUdelltfntHANDBOOK Communion on l atentl forsecunnBpatentslijxcfal t ttvt tbout eIIalfe lathe If Ittito ataxpAA Ahmdjoriuly Hm filed nciil tjinrest cir culatldnof Mur fcUmtdo nurnal 9erm3aoar 1 fcvir luoithi II rioldbyall newsdealers Yorkpr Every Day Trouble Reports from Washington say that the Republican leaders front the President down fully realize the serious conditions which confront the party in the face of tho approaching congressional cam paign and are resorting to every possible means to stay the un favorable tide The Allds scan II11111nd factional feuds in New York tho printing fraud charges in Ohio and the farrneching ef feets of the ugly Ballinger inves is greatly adding to the embarrassments of an already serious situation Trouble Ahead for the Leaders A traveler stopped at a coun try hotel in Arkansas There was no water in his room when he arose in the morning and he went downstairs and asked for someWhat for the landlord asked I want to wash my face The landlord directed him to a creek near by and ho went there for his ablutions followed by several children who stored lit him in amazement The traveler washed hit face and combed his hair as bast he could with a pocket comb The children circled about him with wideopen eyes Finally the largest boy said Say mist ter do youall take all that rou I ble with yourself every day E1iricBittersSucceed when everything else In nervous prostration and CclIsI weaknesses they are the ru remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDHEYLIVER STOMACH TEOU ANDI ItIs the best irndtelue lvrompujr obtained In all coumrlci OR NO FEC I I1rrpertoerpatenttookcn sjiit11 Washington D C ft HEW IDEA SURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION I ThIs Manure Spreader Is different from all others Do not bu without fir- stinvmintiqe I iw uv ht aa tu sl1otau djlhrriiai rantt i urawn jun cv a ung pole without a clutch or cog loadingtiltriffcil to pulverize all manure notirw the el This machine is built on a common cense principle of a farm vaonhence is the impkst tnust durabrl lightest lowest down hence easy to load into spreader on the market lacked by ten years I I I experience not an experiment Ask fo catalogue X I THE NEW IDEA SPREADER co Coidwater Ohlo nasrav == t fUT+ O aONaael Ic J J Eid1C i 1 rAm IY1R r fIJa f- wcdC ftH = trear- rkeb aaC La4s 11 irCi ttrjl7rtC r i I lktiva I f STRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONARLELPOINTS The only vehicle that I will ride levelnOllUltter how loaded Is absol utely free from pitching or end motion No roll lag or spreading ofaxles as the weight moves up easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion spring No tend LighterI I r r Want to JoinTthe Pool Several Ohtlticounties it IR reported from LCXlIr lOu are unxi inns to join BllrleytKpool W 11 n ti lfOUI1 nent Pike eotmntypOhio tobacco grower was ityjoufcrciico with President Ulnroncb LeBus of the Burley Tobacco SScieyt and said that he would ilkei canvass among the farmers of his section rinthe pool The KeiitUcky JSenato passed n measure whfch abolishes State lievenue Agents Under the pro visions of tile bill County Assessors will hogi1I the power to appoint revenue agents r The lIewbtliltir at the Pyth ian Home will Informally opened at Lexington Feb 22nd SPOUT ISPRING f S McKinnMiy is iu Winches ter on business Perry Uarnot foed this wcek to Bourbon county Shell McKinnfj was in Mt Ster ling the first optfie Week Several lIJ1UI t E erS of Alex Ker urlldown with mea SlcljChristopherIJr V1 Christopher Sr J W J ChriHtoplier Jr bought u pair of nice frnules from Henry CreekIand family spent- a few days with Mr and Mrs Spelt McKinney the first of the week before startini for their new homo in Boiirjjftn county j Farrnlfpr Sent I offer forrentiny farm St Spent Jornlantetdoty and rntrIf grazing land W pput tlJhtJrI Ladies here iffttIKI1lins ill milI lymry that you ct fford to tales Our loss will b iur in take ud VMiitafe nthiPtiypnrtttnlty I 37 SO huts at SWjl tt5 00 hilts nt m 25 34 fiO hiUsnV if2 7A tt8 50 hula ut W 25 JMnQ hats ut81 25 1Jurlwick Co- Sfatnton Walhrrtsillc Clnudo AlexillIIIII1I1 wife lft for Eddio MsirtinijHwifo visited MS Dill PottsMiylay eight Mrs Sarah vutanis and son Pennon hove lAoytjd to Lwsi- rijWtonTreen Snn + n visited his mother Mrs WmrSnowden Fri dny night ffv Missed Sallie Toild and Cora Mast in visited Dries tim Potts Tuesday night IGrurt visited his sis ter Mrs Virge Mast in from Sat urday untilMotihy tMrs and Miss Minnie Todd spehtvthe day wih Mrs Mandy Edg DIoinday Mrs Lizzie 8nowdenof Win Chester was her a tw days this week tnsco liqnjifathur Win Siiowden K Miss Allie Cimis who has ben visitiii Mrs dohtrPnrrstt- Cineinnati forsQ e a1lv4gks le turned Tt1 y- t u- Cnllnn1 inspect of lull and winterueet qi lIty shoes for worn Ii ippa gullzmetal vililklda and at t t 1 ar tv kt Ct SittfOIJ 11 J1 f J t J rMc v q It is to bohoped that the cauge for the high cosj ofliviuginnybe found out before it dies of old agerileman who is 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Doily Except Sunday- L k E Junction N a 1 unri3 will connect with th C d 0 Unit wayfor Bit Stirling Ky Compton Junction NOH 1 23und 4 will connect with the Mont Grin Central Rullwny hr passengers to und from Camptcn Kv- Heuttyvillo Junction Nns S will connect with the LtL A Rail WM fir Kenttwille Ky 0 d K Junution Nusi and 4 will connect with the u R Ie Rail way for Cannel Oily Ky and WilY stations rI EARN STOVE MONEYb- y 1buying from your dealer tide the price that IB naked by firms Our modern metbOltof merchandising cu ab ce ui tttmnko this plienomlnal oOer which none of our corn peUtorecaameet saeo bun thla handsome Lusle DOMESTIC WINNE- RRANCE lust an shown by cot It Is made from polished Muo betloIDeah cl N1YeltrlmmedAgaranleeeeeompauieaeacltrangNO not order this uKe for In then let uslhlp It direct I IIlbusinessI MapERN STOVE MFO COMPANY Chloace all J t 1 + r If f J A J ilp LiI