You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 28, 1908. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1908 cla1908052801 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, May 28, 1908. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1908 $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. r r I ITIMES t Ii ilO feats nYearha AdYaacwA We are lereto help CisheSorroonling Country and Ourselves i l Burgher Publisher w Jier 1e 1 h I RA I Ir VOL ir Ya Jt 1- a n YLjtWddls w CLAY u CITY 1 g URSDAY rAY J90B NO 22 J = 8f I fi 7t 1zrr fiit k t I A GAOOD- r 1 s 1 r i 1iMIime Resolution t Going to save all ican and to this end I will 1 begin by buying at Shuhfessels Large setedt 1 Stock good Qualities everything honest dealings Goods delivered Phone 32 L 7h I C SHJFESsEL I R biANGE l MFG Ba rinchesfer fry eMaI fgctur rRx= 4 ptolfi FIssing L doors Ceiling Blinds Wcatherboardih eN Vi Aw wr I Varandaslicketsl Stairways Shingles and Eta Store Fronts x 1 i est kk WATER P WESiA 0Every day we Tarn ihprea bout the of for large plants 1 We see where the waters of ca pable streams are being harness F ed and utilized for this purpose which isthe only of In oth s 9ro+ y huge onor Jh 4 other to putt Qf kl IL n the power to cities ay l Pity we have one oft thb best water the dam Je done built thqrade is donecut and the site far feuoh twdy We 9tw 1 ttdl trneeat = Maet l o are formed The Jh f rivit aJdtt rail And best of all the union fowaers of this power offer to donate this power tree for live yiefcrs Vitlia Very reKBjbn able lHI from thin date iOt sell the ower Icat a short tuna ago aaft seemed ready to take hold but heard from htti Jfhue the road ieapee tor earn f j t Minn has a 18000 i J i S S r 0- i Ylfe are Ufa Y Paper eItRoo MMMA F11nto1dEoostngr f and Etc t a i+A 1 I Sendus Your 6yiafes Pfompf ShipmentsA VALUABLE practicability water- power ejectrical alieapmethod- z generating electricity rarebuilding dgotagto itrenieHdpusiexpiBase tnplante then- tranemi inOlay powersin MateThe yrpJQQt iVejplfin terfp4evpiop 2Q0- 0lioreepoworrwa reltablyin wnotevolomeof- waterJ anvbeused wia3btKentucky Qtitnpanp theywfl Michigan itaUUjweretere wefftJv n6tr8iHoe btbers- intureted Miiaiiwipolii ttadqurtes Building horse power electrical iplanton theStGrJix rirfor miles from the city and the plant is a ClayCityfrom MtSterJing20milesfrom- WinchesterRhdonly 40 miles to Lexington Taking other condi tions into account it seems to us that here is a most fatbrable op portunity for a payiiig plant of this kind atliVst bae that will beat ft mos favarable cbnsjdra tibnfroln the capltalistflbrthese Bluegrass cities borlightingthere is nothing a greater stiniv lus for business of all kinds 7 t is said wherelipoIetriealpo V house driven by water iocpt vonient all the plants are atoncedispeusedWith- aad elfCtrio motors which more pmcientknd reliable acid agreati er WHhalltbssecaayantagll1- r ard to light power the natural art i fedrga- ter power aAvahtagesthe plant should be a certainty the Very Bar futipre tyTiRcblTMpbndlnce with Any inter Bated iOn iindr will take plk revmfurriiiliing all the ins hti tier at head tree pf all i oeet Wing that much ihtoreeted in the goon that Such fan eetab IIS1iMont illinltteto OAay City tJ v A J t elve Months Dead bine By She PostoiEce Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailedas idclass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In Km this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names Subscribers from this time on will have to be promptly drop pad when subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself fl der the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher UNDER EAVY BAIL Men Held Assualted Marshal In this City The exa ng trial of Dave Edge Johns ng Claude Alex ander andne Walters Jr charged wi the cowardly as sault of MaHal A P Johnson was held atnton Tuesday and WedocId y great deal of ev- Idencewaspjjn in on both sides much of wJ was very conflict ing Judge dysM Derickson aft er hearing the testimony readily fixed e btlll for Edge who first etrflpc Johnson at 3 00000 Thejftbther three me- nweheld ifider 1000 00 bail each which Sp to this time nei ther of thdmfiVave been able to give and alljure still in jail at Stanton ixfr 0 F Spencer assisted County Attorney Jo I D Atkinson in the prosecuiijh and a very bad case against iihe boys was made out Judge A Phillips de fended them The defendants claim they wore justifiable in the attack Nile hlr 6hnsnria yell no t very strong he was able to ap pear in court and testify against the men who sought to kill him Good Show Coming Tones Enerrabus Shows will ex hibit in Clay City Monday June 8 This is a new show to Clay City but it comes well recommended as a high class perform ance and at Somerset Monday where the show is better known the tents were filled and many were compelled to be refused ad mittance on account of no room The show is meeting with good success wherever it goes this summer and this is the best in dication of high quality A good show occasionally is very profiit able to the low spirited and is enthusiastic to tlighlife We all like shows and the addage CiA little fun now and then is relished by the best of men can well be inattending hige class showslif Concrete Will for Irvine The town of Irvine will put down80OOOOOOiuale feet of concrete pavements this summer and is calling fp bideto do the work The towklwill issue bonds to raise money t9Py for the walks and take a liennthiabutting property for the cost giving the owner ten years to payfor same fITh88peaksY jlf6r the town trustees and is fa forward step that ber sister ttfwIaS like Clay XHty could emulate with great profit itbto th rtwa and the cttiias 0 See eur line blWalkPvers for mea1 Ia Oxfer H shoes In Taaa MK IL aiegtLeather E a J ny t J lCklO I k tJ i Y f i tIC DISTRICf CONVENTION To Select Candidate for Congress Goes To Irvine July 15 The Democratic Congressional Committee of this district met at Mt Sterling last week and called a convention to nominate a can didate for Congress in this dis trict to meet at Estill Springs at Irvine July 15 County conven tions will be held July 11th A Floyd Byrd is the only announc ed candidate but Amos Davis the standing candidate from Mor gan will be in the ring It is un derstood that Finley E Fogg of West Liberty is also anxious to make the race John 00 Mayo who was so favorably spoken of will not run There will be 00 votes in the convention and of this number Powell will have four votes Any fraction over fortyeight votes will nominate t Decoration Day Saturday May 30 is 1 national holiday being known as Decora tion Day The day was first observed as a day fordecoratingthe- graves of dead soldiers of the Civr il war but has grown to univer sal favor with all persons and is now generally observed by all who have dead friends or rela tives Major A T Wood of Mt Ster ling has been reappomted pen sion agent Louisville a position he lias most creditably filled for the past four years The Bank Report We call attention to the state ment of the Clay City National bank in this issue Considering the panic this statement is an ex ceptional one The cash reserve is over 30 per cent of tho inditvidual deposit whereas the law requires only 15 per cent There are no bills payable nor items re discounted to make this double reserve possible Some Fancy Strawberries Mr Henry Waldron of this city a few years ago planted a nice bed of some extraordinary fancy stock strawberries and he is now growing and supplying this market with the finest quality the writer ever saw In a quart of berries tho most of them are as large as hen eggs and the fla vor is fine The beautiful weather of this week has afforded excellent op portunity for farmers to get in their corn crops and grass was never better The seasons always come around right to the farmer who perseveres and never bites off more than he can chews The Mountain Central Railway will be extended from Campton to Hazel Green a distance of ten miles according to a dispatch Work on tho road will begin soon as the right of way is secured Note change in Mrs Williams adthis week and call at hcrstoretwhen ready to buy high grade millinery at reasonable prices Our Spring Stook is now ready for your inspection We have the Largest and most complete Stock to be seen in the county It will pay ybu to see us before making a pur chase elsewhere Hardwick Co Come in show day and renew your subscription tV11 We are Offering our Usual I Bargains in Millinery 1 Come and See us We will try to Please You Mrs W N Bush Clay City THE TIMES ErYETTUESDAY J0 Burgher Publisher Sntscription Rates SO Cents per rear in ad vance otherwise 75 CentsY Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday May 28 1908 CLUB RATEs For tho convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate priceebelowThe TUlles and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 11 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEflENTS For Cosjrets We are authorized to announce A FLOYD BYRD as a candidate for Con CongressionalDistrict Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce OHAS EWKN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Kentucky tho Best The disastrous floods of this week in Texas and Oklahoma are something terrible In Louisana Mississippi Oklahoma and other Southern States the calamitous results of the recent big cyclones in which hundreds of lives were lost and millions of dollars in property blown to atoms were just subsiding In all of the Western States it has this spring as usual been more or less cy clonic with great loss to property and life This seems to be the condition every spring and summer and despite these serious conditions these states are prosperous and people are rushing there to settle In this part of Kentucky where such great disastrous happenings have never taken place and where severe drouths are pot known the people are streaming out ev ery year in great numbers rush ing to such territory They seem to disregard altogether the abso lute security hold out here to life and property from the elements and venture all they have with their lives on a Western prairie where in an unthoughtful moment they are liable to be blown to the tree tops and their jiomes scattered allover a qaurter sec tion of land- Wherein having food and rai ment be ye there content is a valuable scripturalquotation that all our readers should study well before deciding to leave their na tive home to emigrate to any Western or Southern state where such happenings as are mention ed above are almost daily to be seen or heard of in some onearl more of the states and you can never tell when it will be your own home Even the moat rampant high tariff papersthe ones that claim that the tariff has no connection with the fostering of monopolies Wand trusts are plahipring for the removal of the tariff on wood pulp becausethe pt ermakIformed a trust and lAieason paPIle on l controled commodities also busty thefruets that control them Really isnt the transfer high protection policies of the Repub hcan party the father mother sister brother uncle and moth ers in law of all trusts the same garment fit he whole family of trusts Dover News taPresidentIl6o8evelt spoke time ly words when he said at the recent meeting of the Governors Congress We have become great be cause of the lavish use of our re sources and we have just reason to be proud ofonr growth But the time has come to inquire se riously what will happen when our forests are gone when the coal the iron the oil apd the gas are exhausted when the soil shall have been still further im poverished and washed into the rivers denuding the fields and obstructing navigation These questions do not relate only to the next century or to the next generation It is time for us now as a nation to exercise the same reasonable foresight in dealing with our great natural resources that would be shown by any prudent man in conserv ing and wisely using the proper ty which contains the assurance of wellbeing for himself and his children The night riders besides ex tending to Ohio have also ap peared in Indiana and the Governor of this State refuses to send out the militia He says that where soldiers are stationed in Ohio and Kentucky they do no good and it looks to him like a useless expense It is a fact Jthat night riding has spread in Ken tucky since the soldiers have been stationed over the State But it must not be presumed that they out to protect or encourage the violators of thelaw The soldiers Intl Bluegrass and the farmers are getting very intimate and it now begins to look likethey and the nightrid- er may be getting thick The nightriders Pre getting more dar ing and are doing work they didnt begin to tackle before the soldiers came into the territory It may be the most difficult are performed by sympathizing- soldiers or bribetakers among them Senatorelect Bradley seems to be a fitting successor to Senator Thos 0 Platt of the Mao 0 Wood fame and Senator Quay of Pennsylvania who were uni versally noted for their lives of wickedness debauchery and vi cious immorality He will be at hpme and will find many com rades when begets to the nations capital Col Mathews has withdrawn from the raco for Congress inthe Eleventh district leaving the field clear for the incumbent D O Edwards Mr Edwards is possibly the most daring Republi can member of Congress he holds human life too sacred to oflmurderers New York is a great citty in some ways but the people there cannot be induced to care for their own and last weeks caMpad of New York babies were ihip- ped through J ehtuoky into va theyhavefortunate for theVbs If we would all take as much interest and do as much fpr rpads as we do for our fayorit8- d I candidates forjjpolitical offices Pow1llcounty joulcl have the best roads in i tatew Why there Sfi so many suicides in the cite is a question narrowed dolvnto the point is the big city ti1Dea for them to live in or are mean to even live inJIiUities OfftoM Call The DemocratSic Executive tom mittee of the Tfcnth Congreseion al Districtatitemeeting in lit Sterling last week made the fill lowing official will FirstItisorcfered that mass conventions be keld at the Courthouse in each of the respective countiescol poiing the Tenth- CongressionahDistrictat ono o clock p m bnSaturday the 11 day of July 1808 for the purpose of selecting and instructing if desired delegates to represent the said counties at the general convention hereinafter provided forSecondSaid delegates so selected at the various county con ventions shall assemble in a general district convention to be held at Estill Springs Hotel Estill county Kentucky on Wednesday the 15 dayof July 1908 nt the hour of 10 80 oclock a m for the purpose pf nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress in said Tenth Congressional District of KenCucky to be voted for at the November election 1008 and to adopt such resolutions and transact such business as may properly be the subject of consideration by paid convention Third AIL persons who are de voted to the principles of the Democratic party and desire to see those principles succeed and and who participating in said con entionswilJ f el in honor bound to supphe Democratic nominee in the next November election and who will legal voters in the precinct Abe in which they now live if they continue to live in the same precinct until the November election 1008 shall have the right and are in vited to participate in said coun tyconventionsFourthIn general con vention each county shall bo en tilled to one vote for each two hundred or fractional part over one hundred votes that were cast in said Alton B Parker for Presidentinl00- 4FifthThe Chairman and Sec retary of this meeting are direct ed to advertise the said Bounty mass conventiens and said die trict convention through tho Democratic press of the district and in euoh otherk auneraB to them may seem i expedient and proper Finloy E Fpgg Chairman E W Sneff Secretary it ion Rew iioo The readers of tWsJpaper will be pleased to learn tljat there Is at least one dreaded diw ethatscience has been nble to owreInall its eta gee and that is Catarrh HaJle Catarrh Cure is tfaeoBly positive cure now known tojthe medical fraternity Catarrh jbaiBg a coietitu tional disease regeiteaa constitu tional treatment Ha418 Catarrh Cure IB taken internally acting di roetly upon the bl8tIdl1dmUCQIs aurfaeee of the sysUjB thereby de stroying the found lion of the disease and giving the patient etrengtb- by building top ft nBtHutipn and assisting pal doing its work The proptora have f1 rnuch Iinlts thatthey offer Qi plliixdiedtDel late for aayeaaeit failstoc- ure Send forft twrtlmoni ale Address FT CQItN YJrfQJ 9Jfoldb a u 8 i oTakeHall Faylie for fjtieaUcu i y Y r MILLINERY 1 MILLINERY t f ll j C i rte i f ttJftr ilfr 7tilV lrx V pehayethe mostBeautiful and iash 3 ttl L lonable collection of HATS Trimmedsfftl 1V or Untrimmed ever displayed iu Clay j JivCity And one ofthe greatest attrao= f Itt lj tions is the price which is always reasonable v t i z 1 Come dnd See for + ourse1LJr I F Mrs J w Williams SjI 1 CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake j3jttl The Lightest Light Rolls t And Flakiest iscuit t Arc 1 Xnde WhgnYou cIPearl anflClllU R ke sPmdelonf Take no Other Every Sick Gitrtittflfl 7 0 MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by oiir Leading Merchant The greatguaranteed cure for Croup Colds itivexaaraniee Whoopin oarmoneYzetumedPiflt ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dote and with out vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your cIdldslife Recommended by physicians Price 35 ets per bottle j FOR SALE BY DRUGGISrsr 1ME MIEI EA MEMIINE SIMPMIYshprsIII Mtn r 2ig J To Sut scrbers Remember that the new postal laws which took effeei Jar lstpoy gjthtie to J some goodaasaee eaah week wliich we very much idl ljkertdpbutwe niu8tqbey the TaW If you are riIleaserenewfan4nota Tollllllie b4IQceri ts ruins he1I9vftr qrqp NJ rOH lp Kn ViRcH lb4ye butdoatKflh tJJm tr f r i0Tr FRUIT ORNAMENTAL ii i l+ r r t c7t 4 Eye ything fcr IWOrchard Lawn d Garden c of f iJOur grawjb rry plants arfMoney Dtalcere rJiY1tbHl i1tfJf k JPItIE Uatlti s Wea CJ t I hayetpo aIiHlRM J t Wt 1- HF mnLJI Yr or t y IiIIJt I rJ fiyZf TIMESA- N y MI ALr1iOMEMADE PAPER 11 THURSDAY May 21 1008 iii iOGAL BREVITIES kpRINK WAINSCOTS POP t iii z j Born to Mr and Mrs Joe WiftKng Tuesday May 19th a daugh i r Mrs Claude Oarr is visiting Tier slater Mrs Grant Elkin at A1 Ford i t Joe Mountz of Lexington vi- swf ited his parents in this city a few i lays this week Cashier A T Whitt attended a the Knight Templars Conclave at Lebanon lost weekA Dr Smith reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Walter Potts Friday May 22 Mrs George W Anderson Jr ofMt Sterling is visiting her mother Mrs E N Wilson Mr and Mrs Lennie Crow of OK Junction are visiting I relatives on Hardwicks Creek Miss Bertha Mapel returned Saturday from a weeks visit to friends at Beattyville andlrvine QuaJityILeather and Vici Hardwiok Co I Mr Clyde RumGelaof Columbus Ohio is visiting her pa rents Mr anllMraSr Rob erts Daily Courier Journal six months during the campaign and the Times 4 3nefye Both for150 Subscribe todayo AMorgan McKinney and Bob Shimf eel sold eighty head of different graded cattle at Ml Sterling Court for very Batisfac tory prices t i To all who will pay upallar rearages and One year in advance we will send the Southern Agnoul turist free for one year If you twanit doa t fQiget to ask for it t Ijllie 19r1ctilturisUsone of the best d farm paperspubliehed 1 y Win Byrne the noted Powell f County strawberry grower was delivering a quantity of the lu iQiousfrl1itititMscity Saturday His strawberries are noted for f tieir frehnefefrnd aweetriicssit i i jBb jtb bugsare worse this year that uaualj and the pests ace at 4 tlcldJtSlt9111atovinel and other jiveg tabj pln the gnr nals9A vgopd spray ing with paris greon i is about the best way to got rid rof ibhoinv Miss Ada Johnson Clay Citys j obliging Assistant Postmistress while going pver some of our di iaIhatiiig boiVrd= aide balks ran hailjprotuding from anover canst 4 Toni Barueiand wife of Ill Aitioia arrived here Friday to re f I side Mr Barnett has beoninY- d ii r Ill n tS for i6v rlyeart Taut i jiiincotheipanio he thinks jt pas riJ iierto Ret alonghere jthau ifl the state he came from fI f x AfHMlraw ajod 70 diodatl UIloealyn Thursdiyrpf Qtomacli trnd trQldJI lie ileaywi ft S f daughter MJ 6 George cJewol Ift atWiipQliester and a aon Jatnes- olln6oyinP Wi6oolt9in ewasa nieniber flthe Magonio frater- Unity Mrs Thos Boiindtree who has been a great sufferer with throat trouble for some time is grow ing worse See change in Mrs Busies ad vertisement this week and if in need of millinery be sure and vis it her store Twill pay you Valued Same as Gold B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss saysIII tell my customers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life tills they get the worth of that much gold In weight if afflicted with constipa thin malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee SwannDay Lumber Co Vstorev 25e JB Blackburn editor Stan ton Citizen fell upon the pavement in front of ChilesThomson grocery store in Mt Sterling last Friday and sustained very pain ful injuries He was brought home that evening where he has since been confined to his room CourierJournal Cuts A Special Rateof 125 For The Cam paign and Election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special out rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of thepaper is 16 a year or M for six months For the campaign a rate of 8125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months of Juue July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be enteredon the Courier Journal mailing list until December 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through tbi8papetcTh fearier you get in the more papers you receiveHenry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end to end and lie believes Ihe ticket will win in November The Louis ville Times edited by Col W B Haldiman has made the same rate 8126 under the same conditions The Times is the best Democratio aVternoon printed anywhere The Ciay CityTJmes one year and either of the above daily papers from this date to3ccembcrIat 1908 for only 8160 DryThe year 1854 isrecorded as the dryegt year ever li in Kentucky Tlatyearitwasuery seasonablg to July l and uly 4 there camoit haraxaiuavIieuit letup and rained irip mor0for six months Corn drops wdro deVer any more promising than up to July J of thatyaarbut after 4e11 they most literally burned nip and but a very fewnubbinetvero raised ntQQ very best land In years just previous to 185Lit is said to have been Very seasou able ThcgtiestiouiQlaskedaby some repeat this year It Reached the Spot Mr JE Hurophrey tvlioowns a large general store at Omega 0 add is presidentof the Adams County Telephone OQi as wellaa of the JHome eleplipne00ofPike tQrpjAt think Avoid It seemed stp reach the Veryeaatof imy cougbrwheneverything else sailedIDir KingQ New Dieoey- ery not onlxtieaebssthecough ppti It healsthssgrespteaadtl+ wstk spots iin throat lungs sand chest O tSw anpiiy- LtiraberCoastores iQcandllT- rialb tle free r r p I How to O6RIJ of Rats and Mice Get a ttMHient can of concen Crated lyfetand sprinkle it liberaly ineveryr tmouse run possible Do this iwo a year Rats aft is well known frequent mois places beneath floors and theirfeet are always moist As soonasUpey step on the lye it causes feet to burn then they lickfiieir feet and there is more burirffif they smell of it there is still more burn and they emigrateiJlJ1is I have fouud far more traps dogs cats or poison and it does as well for miceasjrats Farm and Fire side flpThe States Steel corporation Bflutright and operates more fhaft 12l cent of the to tal railroafniilenge in this coun try This oes not take into ac count the vast railroad systems controlled byMr Morgan and his associates of the Steel corporation S A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budahn OU Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying ae of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee at SwannDar Lumber Cos store lMARRIED A Mr Jasp Todd and Miss Flo ra Ballar were married Sunday May 24 at Powells Valley church Elder J T Turpin officiating Miss Ballard is a daugh ter of John W Ballard of near this city J The Wool 5 Best Climate is not entireliOTee from disease on the high elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered toa greater or less ex tent according altitude To o vercome climate affections lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fev er and ague And general debility the most effective remedy is Electric BHttre the great alterative and blood purifier i the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nerv busness and insomnia Sold un der guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price 50c 1 oe 1B BERRYe Undertaker e Keeps a Pull Supply of S CoffIns Cass ets Bu 1 rial Rpbes and I Suits Also can turnlsti Home Made Cot f tins to Order en Short Notice Z When Desired West Berifr kooe J P PIN Watchmaker u + 1Id eYel eriI tARXteiisW itafiaa Clock i 4rlHg OR liertNotice aad etWeTaSATISFAGraoNGUARAHFliBD Jewelry 5pcycies 1 r i CaII Re Rtvr MoN1 Jr7 J rCLAYCITY tCljtY + t tIi r d THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANKm OJLAY OITY KENTUCKY I Capital l SOOOOoo I ISurplus iaud Undivided 3roilts OOOOoo M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier TrW any Inlsiaeu eonsiaent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpora ations Firm and individuals Solicited Intorost Paid on Time Deposits s I A LetterTo Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forget to call on the WINCHESTER DRUG CO FOR Drugs Stationery Paints Oils and Fishing Tackle A new line of Post Cards received every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Premo CamerasUU i Columbia Graphophones and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main Broadway nail Orders Solicited Q Q HUSS and D C DUNIQAN Props We are Now ReadyF- or the Fall Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is said ofour Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you Swami Day Lumber Co INOOIFOIIATU Clay City Ky J i1f IIr I VTV f INSURE WITH i P A LYON SON50 The Leadln Insurance A oats ot Eastern TContuoJcy f1 Over Represented 200000000 1 Every one who knows any thing tabout insurance know they are leaders iii thia line + t+ + t tx f A Q Co- lverdi TI ti III mrI 1 Iit ztws J J1tJ1dII JlIJ t h1rB1t111I i jolilinan tLtilol i 1 r1f n1t illlllwrity Ittft1ctOgSt- I h rj A IRVIN M fl- PMYSlOIAN AND SUNOtON CLAY CITIT KYA B R SMITH M D r MUSICIAN AND ttbROtON CLAY CITY KY DragBIDg Dom 4 Pams are a aySiptnm of me teost aertoas trouble which can Attack A viyman viI fling o the woo With tfI C nerily mIlS Irreruiar aJ pajnful porlcxi weakening drains backache head M nftrvousues i3vxvHs Ir riUbJjty tire teeing etc The cure ts I I WJE Cardui The Female Regulator i that wvfj cut I vr4sblre tract vrh o uch a I irv ijiM strerJienifijj infill f n all fymito 0a6 i Cui rfljevi Itm rind regulnes the invvx Iti surf siid rn t n tt cure fur ill fnild IAtI 1 SUFFERED AWfUL PAIN In m yitni pJ ovarwt writes Mrs N III i IA Ilit iVcisujr i vtf Af ulsIn my riht end Id sis end my irn + i very poiniui aij irrE 1 CarJji I frcltlkea 1ItiIIL R lflY THE CmiDHEHSS 8IMIIDJAM THE LECTOR Iii VfU HO- MEVIGKS V t- SALVEa L Croup 8tId PRetJn Endorsed by Negistercd Nurses and frfyefeAltsr Ttofi IZes tsc Me and SiOO FAMILY SAFE QuA D1 Conbhnedetir ititTantei t cringAad perfect a noun nS iuhalArit fnlIitbi Jlltflt ptic tnhnrs for Ltlriratary lito pan with every lretcli Isuns as tOftsiln1I1tVtS tr in twrt miniis aiortc 1rttItula hSl hour M1 fv Astiii l and VI iodine Toiifj Heat Gol Worti his YL Lt in fAili Criminal lobs without M So li tt5ot= iiiyif not hatislnttory JHrrAiuuoNiv III VICKS RAMILY REMEOIE CO- t aiCHARUSOMM0 Chwnllt rop Greensboro N C l WI linl c d Oll fr-1lI Ii jotfli iiJ r kr the sill rcoin 11e luvf rl illj the delicious is iilxii tiriiio hvlmany ytir hilt wo hftlivttsjiir rrahr n H rWfI irlrtIoJjtt fa Tile 9thW I- ri 0 tlc efh fLU rJylT WJ4Ll tnu y yt- qxl r r rt tt JlflPiIK P4- etu6t t ns lttA Uihc re Me 1 J Ily tt hWII thuka Irue- brttr r 11 IU rerrt 1YO4AJ4A- aarlfnl ucp re 6arvr t1i JtC1utiqt1rI r tf4nytrk tIQ nily with jjie jjnflflJfrri dq J f e IYCIi1Nr hwe lui otat rrI aiit Jiy dealer THtN BOTH VINEyABOS ntwlon Nty York I ItIimbrelt j IJlrcpL Cottman Lug Lick wasj hero last lookI j d tnetatlii tolOtto flrnthis place Saturday aat4i 1ier i lntli9 t y rntfick buu lttot elln Wm9uo4eHer weight 313 pounds i at t A fineI1itrIlL1I= t i won 1attikouyht of ils lorrgyea111tjl1r Tmily l11h tliittlat tho SatI1 1 II lIrt rO1 f Stoplnii Strange anti flainlipfa I brd t i rk s Creok visteott wIl clTliII Sunday and etttud dE jdjuiiini iviurDreU A Sumltty school was orjrtiOTSfW fut J k1une Chapel last Frtncky xt iturroon rind will Uc9t acli Sunday i uftrnooti tit 3iip5 m Evftiry Iutlv invited i cc West Beflid j Mr Meuieu Wl ite i4tta- l e l v lCrW G W weari 1Mt Stet- t ltsWMuniias pu hFkh v J Mr and Mrir1 A Utherts vtsttr- e4 W 8 RfMrt8 lntJaI Mr Let dJer ultlntqJtIt lijjf 4 day vitti Mrs 1 Btjrrj 8nndiy 11141 ISirlltiin IiYJII tp- t ilcilUlllti tu work tilroulh itt a 11111111r 1ljtltlu hlnn 1k4nhrtti1i IMUPd time i IIrF p f tier forT Po AVu till 4 A litrUert lae7- rMt week m LIICV Jluanutrcu viitid hot 41I hter in1i MteI hvN lrula trot of Clay City lfit 1todiMf i AfayTrif Iolini toi visited 11 tirm1jilndJ= 1 rI tttrned wiNIi a if rice IlsIl li 1 11A rtts1ItJ rt1fOtttnHlti Ii tL fI1hl RpPStaitlat A1 Mjtzcs NNifie t11t1itd Nwy 11111r ritWltrJJ111j 1 Minute n ar i hd i Jiundtref j ti1IPMoroocHfl VAvfcHy Hcrry I i1lii- irl I X Hifry J A ircrbortsi llvnry Kvenuan Tb j report s line time Wit p1lntyif fish 4rJuJtI tIlJeKrroitT 01 the t SDITr A Of TtjE I 1 Clay City TtttiOij J BfJlt1 1Ililyhty the ln4tniJkci inlaMay1jLOI4xIb I innI1IeOuntJe4S 1 4Trtii klti+ UtjifrIIII rttt14 5UOI fIU IIASr 1 l Utt tlQi 11tsuntilrtrts 431Ia- Pk11ngLune jituitUjl tied Itil a3dll 1itJ It rrtt 1 tt wid J r4Im fniriniiji JlJVfjJI 11UGiIrrb1n aud p nte it4i3 LITIJ fON 1 FCC V7fFa IrAh1tT7- I 11rrrr Q6vJf80 I g t a entlttnnt l 1PWj 7 i4 10- I JddHrtIU11tlJlId M S- hTrerulf4P1YL I 6fK 1 utttl i 12j 1d h lir413 rLUISIMpittl Kt rftp itr in Ji1 IrMt off i flit tIp id tiiY t i IiiWi1rr is1det1t Ncxlxies- md t ajiijB ls I H 6K i dtlbfllik IJ fliiltnfiltnfV6jOfVl i i DJrito riot Nati4rtdtlte + tka ttdi Q- InthciduyltlttiK41tq Attltj c4 W chtek tl t f JOt Tttelllrr3tAtkd0itjtrNihl 1 1 i f 111 1 It I Ifot1J i HTAT nr KJWTE VT i t atU71 f itltA tp I I j t jlJt1 Tttt alltto dlp4 ttrtbeitdfmT knncvlsL ob4l t fur ttj iATWhrtr i t SnLI rihP1 and imlIin 1o bt1 ore1ttip ti 1 rJtJtCIlnPAp + 1ttgtkrsIvInnrl f Y a C1t11AS 1O1tc a c t I IN ifio ITS M iFlclN J JONij rt SPLENDOR R QV8 Q I 14q 110 n koHitJ1t JlO S- 1l TrhAlvII5147 po 1 LEPLIr5N i5 i 1LQt RL8 Afb 4tqj IaI iA f lCfC t9kf 6T r itriJ1N IJ IISI J 1f1t f blltlY ryl ll ltf 1 I 1lt kA i Yt l tntiJr1t y1au1UT 1 Illthttii J1STl ne i1 f i 1 FXitfalt t iIi i I tJJllln c c l 1 1 III r A rt7tr Pe tt irtlrlil Ealicatetl 1 if1 Sle r li Pailles 9J r f c f tl1tlM J1IeystM hf f e1A dof 1f11131ephunt4 I k A tlt ItfJ tt4f rnglriI11 c tI ahd lieu 1 IIf1to fi W JtIM I A MiJ rttji ij do nGiittet r i 1 RSFeet PCIhad- ey 1 y eft 114 IG aXe 44iC 1viiaaa7irlGustiy ln J 1 1 nIIWirl4 irPt rT C 4 ihHe Chi 1 TBbe4i ux4Ii hfatd I A CKkOQIp Uyt Jb rtUMtt LtW4Lnialld dtfmr1 fti1n- t Y 9 n1irr5 e SSrrl eki Aii r rl4hlrey1 N t+ it vtr 61skttrltfau- Thiplyt t tr Shos etor Diifdes4Knd 1t11 1+ oiiltivo c I XM t JJqplJt1I1d J dd I t lit iK 1 W i ff tJ r t Brr f7n 1 rLl J tiaI F o1 11 ofII i jMI w L 1 = Roof ji o QJ tlln most impotttitit putts bfdily strugturo andr f dU contemf1dtebuiIdingfit will pay YOtto coItsider the marry merits of J M J3ESTOS RObFIN STnVld fr 0ORIITG OR t It ls made r1icrfVlceithc titire boil 1jir btittg constructed o t ghAybesmsS1ieets each nlboddeiPttl tjre highest g of Asphalt THis Cbnslrttctldn instiret durability A I rtis admf blyadapted for Roofln or Siding Irt- ctU1ir s no pl fling Booklet 4I gw1l1iWI you vatr able informs Jn tote Rooling subject Send Postal- ttodny Ei J H hn M n ll Pf vI fr JtJ n DIP li DJSINF6CTANT LIVE STOCK rbrt4 + pve +l tr LbCPt1 t ruarekwfeet pug nmYta wr- rk u 9 9a rteIttn Vr 1 toM t ltn I sill ADtwdrvrskws1i1adrlrwchca fbe tlr4q7ortlt4I n + oOCtdatlp 4Ii7LtMhH t e BIBiiaGildAva 1 1 1r- Ii4J1 A ttJRlFTY nwarAtliwtivdinJ arlt 7 frit HYCKNO DlsiwrecTAKf Cb rtCvruno orris sue rot 0 LET PROM USERS OF THE Syrac EA8YWabf pn1lttlogoeo yurg ttJIIt Aini when S C4ntfC1 the bats to trrahrturi W Frj c a J It uanihJU pWiiYa r Wahartc u wF gyAti tdolfjtt rtlJjtitl thel I W4tItJiMdj iAve1ISASaiae4- t SVdsh ovegttht 1 du tllrbtI JftcU1IQfl1JnkO1otb J yJJorp ItapYic tut gaw Qrt r dfRU + epp O 1aaIhhtforipattauiorDODO L2 ojiyeEk yJ JSYY- L J ii- I 4- U t oc = e T I rrd btE n + kSITeFalaZrJltpta n Srtbbtt H ay t it1 + 4 iT rt L iJq7r 1 h 1 61 1rj V H 1 f a 4 f t t I FJlvI4111fr1itft 1 1t1 I I Ikftlt i t I jI1Xftt l1 If+ tittnft 1 pt 11 f tti ijt Kt IC1iVlfu1 tlfildAnf 44ystrtjrrpf M 1 T tiuJtlt gwrlt tttt3fuutt tali r tlg li9ttvh1NiS4 tcir a I tfr1ttldTICydbntP Spurn rhl Ut i p a Y f u 11ctdtin t 11111 r I1taWatPttthk It u4ltofllfi1tJQ M l tTltln ht 1 Niifr nIdrNtarl w 1 StI1fpr tHfl tJJtt1r kA4 dlU l t AIitnn1it4 1 ICNiiiI tIJ n Mk wHir till Pitftddtti l r r TI r ItL tttJfr WiUjalt h414 41ilttul hJ nenc atittliC i lIf1Ii 4 bul bcyh- n fa hHl1rtlln tttftrlkiiTytNgtbli A fI qsk5 t S s 4 I I cI1r7r l r1111 5 tt1 C injIrilri 7t T lbVl f P t1arrluL itatd x llJrItrj 1 1 2 i i 111 a nvVtW Ji I 41 14ftllrh SJH K jctl1rtlto 21 f zlIi t i- z I +PJ 1I lj ti I t1 O1 r4lftnIp1 7- Ml1 I rill ISr1 nN I 111 1 JfN hJ 1l 14fir Virr tzt4itahtp frflIiIYIitt itw nIl rra Itirhum Ir 10 ISt ittrhl h i atdUf I + t4krGrilitr q tt tr ivc 29i0111 q ttl r3 j lft+ Itt + 1 1PIItSI ffl t irtbpTJtrul gin fElltfP t hi rrM1W itvVllr7ii tl qt gatul M+ fnreI urtnst r tk hi Ij- fitI tJjllli1lyllinlr 111 11flbrl f 4 9 11 lollU hntr v trik iiici a 1 4tNtlttt i 111Jt l4tiiiiitit 1i- f 11 tLI UT + llllV V fi JUjlt hr1i t Tlrrltqu lit 111 lLldr f nLJlrrh3 r wHi I TCttut4- dI i 1 v hnlIK t J ItflItirUtphYlrltirtt tlfIIIbI tIjI- ht tvrCcatQtt eT of Uinl Oi rdurltutJ tI illtl1 irr Ide t Airr cirf11 i1 IAA i- j lt1twlil if trPJlftlIRJfiI StonIm I to 4l1- ci11nruLttit t HIt atrtrr 1 111 V f c 0 t I ki X11t i W ltbeter 3aIlk OoOftfHtO Ar fIKWl1HYIti49 6 iJiBa I L Ga itaIock QD O- Gtr7a1a0 u Irr4 IClji y ili JfJrdijrl a Tl b f hJ1tro1tJ JK1 tr t 1 1Vi r j ngQtia lyIlc ff tEtilt 10 l lupti 91 4CiAor 4ii No 2 l AtLItth 10111 i ntetton I to p 6v3axingtun 2- 1V 7 j- f tlfflffts D IT 9IK t I t tfJJmfOh S c I J 0h1nrt fIIl aa1I S1RlfI1 Jnn iultJtiA I 11 L tI + s iksd4tJ lidlnr 14 t I l It fIt JrQltrti J i i1tei Mi jtTCtntitM JII 11 i i II t4rl J r 1 7aohyiI tir tJ iS IQOI PVN ihi pilc P1fi 1 tbOlIv r n tah f ll lJ 451n- I YrTttttlttYi2 1 LI tl lt Jq 1lNI9 tThSIlhatrfl t 1 ir- 1ioPi i jA a U r 1 T i i 41frjj I t SI41 tI IS11ti41t lrhrt1il fh I t1UTdtt j1 y fIL r I It f I jJB Mt Y ji Z I fi s i l 1tJN J TItjJhllf tn Trlll t s I tliur 11 rl JJW11 t f- i W i 11 Uri TIn t Ilrpt 1 aTlttAtru4ri + IMlj 1 I t c t ftha art t sin I1IIi r Pxnt I h 1J diulinP t tilIU jhI 1 I tIi J t1 iti x23It r- r t k tiqu1 31tlttt lv1tt r altzt + fU 4 t8-r 1 1 I4 i YeS r