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50 Cents a Year is AivMci < Wt air here le help Clir yyik Surrounding Couatry and Ourselves J B Burgher Publisher
C ygtk xiv J CLAY OITYr K r SptraSDAY APRIL 29 J909 NO 17
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i I e few days at the Sed River Hotel
Ifortbd practice of Dentistry
i < f Teeth Extracted positively with
it bnjtPaih Plato work Crown and
j l e > Bridgework Gold and Silver Fill
rr iugs Eta at the lowest prices
Jt Best materials used Work guar
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or no charge made Teeth ex
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A BrMfeai Speech
r In a brilliant speech Senator
t f Bailey of Texas Monday attack
k ed the pending tariff measure de
v nbuncing the principle of protec
t tion and demanding an incpme
III lax in order that the wealthy may
l bear a just proportion the coun
t tryte expenses Senator Aldrich
and several other Republicans en
gaged in colloquies with the Tex
as > Senator whomore than held
t hia own and during the latter
part of his speech there were few
q interruptions He liter discuss
ed the constitutionality of the
income tax in cotinuing his
t fI Life Swrteace
The jury trying the case of
j Beach Harps ntTrvrne yesterday
f w found the young patricide guilty
xz h and fixed hIS punishment at a
J IJfe1 iMftient 4J intlie penitea
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10 i dryer
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1irerl Sere ad Luther
Jt Bmether who last fall moved
rtoRWiagate Indhave returned
t to kentucky tor reside Ttfrs
Fred Smothers was in very bad
1t health all the time she was in
the hoosier state
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k It will pay you to look at our
f line of Mens Boys and Youths
ri Clothing before making your pur
chase Hard wick ifc Co
> Stanton
tl Program for Christian V Endeav
or Society Sunday evening May
2nd 1909 t
TopiCLifes Lesson for me
from tho Book of Isaiab
The Lesson of Peace Cecil
The Lesson of the Leadership
of Childhood Isa 116 Shelby
The Lesson of the Scarlet being
made White as Snow isa118
Mrs Butler Stewart
The Lesson of To the Law and
to the Testimony Isa 620
Carl Garrett
The Lesson of the Name of
Christ Isa 96Mrs A M
Isaiahs Vision Nora Rich
The Service Isa 4217 Ed
inon Burgher
The Sacrifice of the Servant
lea 6 Mrs Martin
My Hope lea 515 FJorine
Rogers >
My Song of Salvation Isa 12
10 Clarence Hazelrigg
My Kingdom and His Reign
Isa 1119 Butler Stewart
My Desert Place Isa 85 110
Geneva Adams
Stan Baeigfia
The Winchester All Stars will
play ball with iheJStanton ogre
gatfpBjSa daat Stanton If
the ru d ia dtojt
wfjldf n i iitvw as fhsy
did the Glay City team last Sun I
day they will see stars enough
to do them the whole season
Two Light Frosts
We have had twe frosts the
past week and plenty of rain
during the time of it Both of
the frosts were light and nothing
has been injured but the wet
weather has thrown farmers be
hind with their VorkJI
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Ta34AE V Etc Pardoned
Friday Jtftng looked for and
ever IxpiiiitTC pardons of W S
Taylor OfaiwMinley and etc for
the murder ic6mplic1tyj of the
murder of vg bator Wm Goebel
in 1900 was giyonout by Govern
or A E WJl Jhn He announc
ed an fcif rtfMoji for so doing that
he believedall men were inno
cent i of the j tirder except Henry
E Youtsey iho is now serving
I I a life eentenwjn the penitentia
ry for the xMme and that he
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thinks all tScie cases should be
removed froM the minds of the
people by > jwiing a clean sweep
of the chargesso he also issues
pardons fpiffSnn Davis Harlan
i Whltk a nift hn Powers who
are Joo indicted for complicity
WillseawSa when he was run
fling for thlai fece that ha was e
lected J aylti dv Co would vol
ontirily andfif
that be eul4see that he had a
fair trial 1ore he would con
sider a JTdiB for him In this
the Gov jri2 ailed to make his
word goodY t just as all think
ing 3topl i wit wouldhappen
and aa the Tipes has all along
said it haul app n
7 raid to intend to
ask a1ee pardon as he is no
wo11 k han the other fel
wt1 This is generalL
lykaIw Youtsey kept
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ofearjKtJie cfol also bave been I
pardoned iiI eaih however he
confes8 d tqth crime and gays
out the secrete of the murder
told on the ys and for this
cause he JnUl suffer not for the
murder of GdGoebel
Commenia g oa these pardons
the Frankfort State Journal says
The Governs rrspardons of Tay
lor Finley atid other accused
murderers of > V Goebel have
aroused a greater storm of indig
nation and prpteet than might
have been expected His pardon
of Powers and JEtotf ard had some
what prepar dlhe way for these
consequently thes people are less
surprised than angered Of
course there a e some who quiet
ly or secretly Approve his action
but they are tfe people who be
lieved that it was right and prop
er to kill Got eland who have
always opposo anyollort to dis
covet and ptioitfh his assassins
From eue has < these the governor
may get some praise and conso
lation but from the maes of the
lawabiding Ascent people of
Kentucky therfeAcbinpsa oondem
nation ofyi roQ8 and so just
that the must regMze the grievous
blunder he has made and the
crime he has epkimittod against
Kentuckys go dinamo His last
pardons adde to his already
ad enough t g or4 in that line
are no less than outrage IJi
is an insult ndfalone to the su
premacy of lay j but to the intel
ligence Qt the pleItis with
out exceptiqntbbe boldest and
moat lsgrantehbtion of bitter
pirtissaaalriplad wanton viola
tianof d U tlt8r committed in
the pMceocrnor since Ken
tucky beoaune State There is
nottlie slights season or palli
ation for iIIit18W
so freely pfei dAainetbttn in
the bampnlgkewae a can
didat tor a or that he
would boant fkypromise
liefQle th4 fJ tlrantt1t 6
pardoRe i Y a
tf 4df
Mr Tom Mountz and Miss Mil
dred Moore of this city were
very quietly married at the home
of the brides parents Mr and
Mrs Ed Moore Thursday April
22 the Rev Robt N Bush offi
ciating The groom is the young
est son of Mr and Mrs Wm
Mountz the bride is a beautiful
and lovable girl Mr Mountz
who returned from Mississippi a
few weeks ago will remain in
Olay City and engage in farming
The Ball Game
The Clay City crack team
crossed bats again with the Win
chester All Stars Sunday on the
home grounds and were disas
i trously defeated by the uneven
score of 0 to 0 The tie game on
Sunday before was a little hope
fulfor a beginning but Sundays
game is eneugh to take all the
wind out of the home team root
era and set them back a mile
further than they started The
boys now cling to the old maxim
A bad start always a good end
Died at Vaughns Mill
Mrs Mariam Frazier widow
of John Frazier died at Vaughns
Mill Monday evening Burial
yesterday at the Rose grave
See our line of Walk Over
i Shoes and Oxfords for Men in the
I now Spring and Summer styles
+ Hardwiek Corf
Union Hall
W P Wine went to Irvine
Monday on business
Henderson Wise visited his un
cle Wilson Adams Tuesday
Nelson McIntosh visited his
friend Henderson Wise Wednes
Eld D Parsons of Irvine
held services at Cow Greek church
I Beautiful Line
People here are greatly hinder
edin their farm work on account
so much rain
Some people here havtinl yet
sown their oats waiting to sow
them in the moon so the rains
are now going to throw late
Willie Rogers who has been
sick with consumption for some
time died Sunday at 7 oclock
a m was buried Monday at 2 80
p m at the Tipton grave yard
on Cow Greek
T B and Killes Ware are on the
head of tho creek fixing lora big
cane patch
Misses Mae demons and Sudio
Curtis were shopping in Clay City
Corn planting was progressing
nicely in this neck un il the big
rain Tuesday
Thomas Adams of Lexington
visited his mother Mrs Sarah Ad
ams from Saturday till Tuesday
Mrs Flora Tolen of Winches
ter is at the bedside of her sister
inlaw Mrs Bet Adams this week
Misses Lillie and Oracle Ware
visited their sister Mrs Nannie
Hughes at Kiddyillo Saturday and
What about such a big grin on
Killes Wares face these times Ohl +
I it is that big boy that arrived there
April 22nd1 a
Misses Mary Ware and Sudie
Curtis attended church at Powells Y
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with Mrs Sarah Adams
Liberty Brand Hats for Men
and Boys in all the new shapes and
ehaddeeeyHardwick 4
shades Hardwick k Co
vj Tons of No i Balled Hay
Clean of Weeds
Old Ky Phone
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Chas B Mainline
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