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If M yt JBO E CLAY Iy rjQCI a YcarT Aovanc i We are tore to help Cliy City rftie nlr1 J t f I v Ix v p u f j CLAY OITY Kir Tnt d Christian Endeavor 1 iii r eav1aBund tr wremn Fob 216ti009 ProgressSeriesf r The of Despond Psalms 6914Refference Kings 1041418t 3713xLoaderMrs Cecil Williams DespondNoraRich The Surprise of PilgrimsTMrs fit A M Burgher IJespondence Lucy Daniel i3issingsAda Johnson Duty Ethel Johnson Whca Not to Prune An agricultural exchange says fpp not choose the dorment season to cut back trees thwt are growin too fast to ho fruitful it will only make them grow the faster in the spring Wait till they are in full flush of growth in May or June if you want to drive their surplus energies into fruit budsBe sure to carry a paint pot along with the pruners and whenever a limb as much as airinch in diameter is cutoff i cOVtt the wound with oil and white lead to keep out dampness i poresar1 spring this cover is not so neces sary Jr as soon as rowUce r Ygimrthe treeiHll begin to cover its wounds with new wood that will creep over jt from all sides I Negroes Want Office Several hundred negro voters r of Boll county met at Middles boro last week and demanded recognition from the Republican party by being allowed one of thoir number to bo placed on the ballot this fall for county office They decided to run one ofcol or for Assessor and agreed which of them should run and completed all arrangements for the race rd Time Fiddlers Contest I will bo anold time fid dlers contest in the court house at Stattton Monday night Feb 22 Washingtons birthday A number of old time liiddlers will take a part A ten dollar cash prize is offered by the Powell County Deposit Bank to the best fiddler 5 00 prize to the second best by Hardwick OoM 5 00 to the fiddler owning the oldest fiddle hi the contest Robt Blackburn 3 00 cash prize the oldest fiddler in the contest The proceeds go to the erection of an iron fence around the beautiful little cemetery of that town Fruit Safe i Yet By examination it is learned that the fruit buds are still un injured The early warm weather threatened to so swell the buds as to insure their destruction The cold weather followed in time to put a stop to further de velopment and if nothing later hapens to it we will have a good fruit year It is not thought the bloom will be so heavy as usual It is not thought the bloom will be so heavy as many of the twigs were killed last full by the ex treme dry weather Bon F McKinney who formerly lived near this city has sold his farm in Clark couaty and will have apublie sale of n 1 his personal property Feb 24 and move to Winchester JGK W Lewis also a former resident of this county will have a public saloon Feb 23 having previously sold his farm as noted in a former isI sue of this paper LOST White and light brown spotted setter Bird Dog answer call of Mike Last seen on street of Clay City Tuesday Feb 2nd 109 15 00 Reward if returned to W H CourtneyClay City Ky i NN1VIVPVvVfti1N VlVYtiViYYi IVWNV + V r j JUSTRECEIVED J D i i V New Line of Ladies l- i i i J t1VFypaksraps j I t M Pricesrfr+ s iXt W 11 i i CAU AND SEE THEM J9 Jyr rf a r r t i l l j Ci SHHFiSSBLA l t x 3- r 1 bSI- R PcHHeHtlar There are morjbO Kentucky peiifiil than over before the Commonwealth number being 2 085 I not include over if Ilthethe Frankfort pc1- ptained 1428 cenic1 overcrowded tharijy were transferred t Wednesday the ui penitentiary atii410 andwItens and one or two 1j send in their Feli ment of new priso will be far in exceti ord made in 189 When the school of reform iJ campleted I number of young convcts5rere transferred to that instituti f and this fact together with Dumber that have been on arole has kept the nvwiber inside the walls down belo the 1400 notch for several yerj +Had it not been for the lolaw and the School of Refatthere would probably be qjf200 convicts in the penitcnt mes instead of the 2035 All lils available cell room is now dpied in the Frankfort prisyIf the iicrease in numberc u asit has been doiuig4te- glBlatllTe itsy nAkewilr a yetU provision for taxiier cellhouse building eitheraR Frankfort brat the Eddy vinerpJiEoh Scaring Prophecies Some people seem to take de light in scaring tile timid with a larming stories of what is going to happen to this old earth in the btand by One professor they are always professors says that in 800 years time the coal will all bo Ust dup riitd the people Shiver to death Another asserts that the earth ia c6fng to dry up willie another not to ho outdone says that it is going to be drowned out by a flaod se than any thing Noah had tbd6 with Still another Says that the population is growing so fasthat somewhere about 200 years Tielice they will be crowding one another off the And now as if to even mattersanothetprofessor has arisen to tell us thatthe birthrate decrasing so fast that the last man will give up the ghost in 2150 It is to be noticed howev er that none of these alarming reports affect thesale of real es tate in the Bluegrass where the highprice barloy tobacco is be ing grown j Rays Dtuegrasd Farer Morgan McKi ney of this county has Bought 01 acres of bluegrass land otfeaQ one half miles from Wineliesteron the Iron Viarkspik known Rsthe Grilky farm at ISSper acre The periloeapdold time hostelry of OsmptOP was burned Monday jnrnihg The ate of bi5Kentucky State Pair atCLOBiiviile has been fXed1r Sept 11b 18 Burt oved to 4I llarir r alias a good- rtLlti9J w Jfli + y4JI John tib all the child tu most excellen dinner e news wtti- and all enjoyed the sulnptous re past and left wishing the grand old lady many more years of use fulness and pleasure Bradley will run a special to Washington March 4th to attend his induction into office as well as witness the inauguration of Taft as President He will not forget his colored brother but is providing for them a special sleeper for their comfort during the big triprf There are three thousand Ken tuckians living in the state of Washington and they have planned July 80th as Kentucky day at the big AlaskaYukonPacifie exposition to be held at Seattle this summer The State Farmers Institute meets at Elizbethtown on Febru ary 24th 25th and 20th Reduc ed rates have been made on all railroads II- of r Yof 7 af io to r em Awools has rented James f Prisons house and will move as soon as he can get posses sioa Landrum Cooper of Ollllowa s Creek made a short visit last Monday with his cousin Mrs A 0 Barnes R L Tipton and wife Walter Easter and family and Saniual Woods and family spent Sunday with A 0 Barnes and wife J W Henry has rented from A 0 Barnes all of his corn land and is ready to go to f rmin2as saoirb rig th1thadmit MrsW W Wilson whose ill ness has been noted is still con fined to her room Her many friends would be glad to see her out again Elzy Barnett of Spout Spring spent a few hours Sunday with his uncle A 0 Barnes He was on his way to Clay Oity where he started from Monday for Illi noiP iit1 I 8iWtIC J All of my- WINTER Iw MILLINERY ATCOSTAnd a month of February Want Nothing Carried Over- COME a AND SEE ME iP It ro 10 t f t 1i J if 1f oII 1 MrsWN BUSH i w- r v I qin 1 c7 Jif CLAY I r tbSprt+ I rOL XIVy CLAY CITY KX THT rf 0 Christian Endeavor 1 t Program for Christian Endeav Y i orS1etyafrOmOuntil7 p ml y eyenlnf Feb 218t 1009 a ProgressSeriesr The Slough of Despond Psalms C9l4 1941418tt x1510 4018 LealrMrs Cecil Williams I DespondNoraRich The Surprise of PilgrimgrMrs rgheryI Lucy Daniel BlessingsAdaDutyEthel Johnson When Not to Prune lysIpp son to cut back trees that are growin too fast to bo fruitful it willonly make them grow the faster in the spring Wait till they are in full flush of growth in May or June if you want to drive their surplus energies into fnjit buds Be sure to carry a paint pot along with the pruhers and whenever a limb as much as auinch in dJmeters cutoff qv the wound with oil and rrWhite lead to keep out dampness t tt n1Jhe entrance of fungis pores- I that will produce rot In the spring this cover is not BO necessary l for ao soon aa growth1ie rf4 gins thetreewdl1Ieg1 to cover ft its wounds with new wood that y will creep over it from all sides Negroes Want Office Several hundred negro voters r of Bell county met at Middles boro last week and demanded recognition from the Republican party by being allowed one of their number to be placed on the ballot this fall for a county office They decided to run one ofcol or for Assessor and agreed which of them should run and complet ed all arrangements for the race I rOtd Time Fiddlers Contest There will bo an old time fi- ddlersbontest in lhcourt house at StantoHj Monday night Feb 22 Washingtons birthday A unmber ofold time fiiddlers will take a part A ten dollar cash prize is offered by the Powell County Deposit Bank to the best fiddler 5 00 prize to the second best by Hardwick Ooj f5 00 to the fiddler owning the oldest fiddle hi the contest Robt I Blackburn 8 00 cash prize the oldest fiddler in the contest The proceeds go to flue erection of an iron fence around the beautiful little cemetery of that town Fruit Safe Vet By examination it is learned that the fruit buds are still un injured The early warm weather threatened to so swell the buds as to insure their destruction The cold weather followed in time to put a stop to further de velopment and if nothing later hapens to it we will have a Rood fruit year It is not thought the bloom will be so heavy as usual It is not thought the bloom will be so heavy as many of the twigs were killed last fall by the extreme dry weather Bon F McKinney who form erly lived near this city has sold hisfarm in Clark county al1d will have a publfc sale of all his personal property Feb 24 and move to Winchester G W Lewis also a former resident of this county will have a public sale on Feb 23 having previously sold his farm as noted in a former issue of this paper LOST White light brown spotted setter Bird Dog answer call ofIMike Last seen on street of Clay City Tuesday Feb 2nd f09 M 00 Reward if returned to W H CourtneyClay City Ky iVdWNIVNi+Vfti1 ViVfVrVIVi Ii VNVVrV1V iVi V r i- j JUSTRECEIVED rt v tew Lef Ladiesi t A j9QS irapsII t i PricesVr l 7 o Y jAtLANDSEETHEMr- rt Lrt1 h ib SJNf QQrL 9 t e I fI 1 OlJ j t cr 7 v t c t 7t Penltentia There are moreliotii iliriithan number being 2 85oJ not include oVer 4 d that been lthei Ptaincdovercrowded thahgv were transferred t Wednesday the ui penitentiary atlit410 and whens and one or two 1j send in their Felij ment of new prisoi will be far in exceb ord made in 1896 When the scheclof reform wJ completed q51fe1i number of young convr 181Wre transferred to that institut and this fact together with Dumber that have been rele8 on parole has kept the ntiber inside the walls down bel 1400 notch fur several vnarl +Had it not been for the pawletlaw and the School of Refer qthere would be o ei200 convicts in the penitentSiiies instead of the 2035 All Available cell room is noW 10 the Frankfort prix 1 Iftthe increase in number cojtt u esJ has kEe txt- efiisliiture4tl ra to make provision for tnu cellhouse building eitherftK Frankfort or at the Eddy ville prison Scaring Prophecies Some people seein to take de light in scaring the timid with a larming stories of what is going to happen to this old earth in the by and by Ono professor they are always professors says that in 800 tinie the coal will all bo iJ edinhhe people shiver to death Another asserts that the earth ia jztiitljg to dry up while another notto he outdone says that it is going to be drown ed out by a floodjWoreo than anything Noah had to do Still another says that the population is growing so fasVihat somewhere about 200 years henco they will be crowding one another off the And nowj as if to even mattersnnothetprofessor has arisen to tell us thaUhe birthrate is decrasing so fast that the last man will give up the ghost in 2150 It is to be noticed howev er that none of these alarming reports affect the sale of real es tate in the Bluegrass where the highprice burloyitpbacco is being grown K e Buys DtuegraH Farm Morgan M Kiiioey of this county has Bought 01 acres of bluegrass land ope rind onehalf miles from Winghesteron the Iron Works pikbjjcnowh as the Gilky farm at 85per acre The Combs HO 8eand old time hostelry ojt Cfetnplon was burned Monday Riornihg F The date of tfe biR Kentucky Stake Fair alXailviile has been ed lOr Sept 1 to8A 1 la B tjnoea o- good1Vinobeir f i ahe3M a ti Q1 7 r 1 F r c y 1 John Iib all the child dmost excellen dinner e new wUK and all enjoyed the suhiptous re past and left wishing the grand old lady many more years of use fulness and pleasure Bradley will run a special to Washington March 4th to attend his induction into office as well as witness tHe inauguration of Taft as President He will not forget his colored brother but is providing for them a special sleeper for their comfort during the gtrip10 T i vV So There are three thousand Ken tuckians living in the state of Washington and they have plan ned July 80th as Kentucky day at the big Alaska YukonPacifie exposition to be held at Seattle this summer The State Farmers Institute meets at Elizbethtown on Febru ary 24th 25th and 20th Reduc ed rates have been made on all railroads ofI 1of- I af do to rI Cr119ANr oo Js has rented James M 1 flsons house and will move as soon as he can get possession Landrum Cooper of Galloways Creek made a short visit last Monday with his cousin Mrs A 0 BarnesR and wife Walter Easter and family and Saniual Woods and family spent Sunday with A 0 Barnes and wife J W Henry has rented from A 0 Barnes all of his corn land and is ready to go to fanning as sdbir + as tlie7 Welithf=cTnH1 admit MrsW W Wilson whose ill ness has been noted is still con fined to her room Her many friends would be glad to see her out again Elzy Barnett of Spout Spring spent a few hours Sunday with his uncle A 0 Barnes He was on his way to Clay City where he started from Monday for Illinois n Il IC 1 All of my- WINTEE i MILLINERY And Less During the month of February Want Nothing Carried Over COME AND SEE ME IOii I 1 iP N f i f It I t Mrs WdN BUSHi 1 x Ldi t chol conserv Upon i the fe breedtol I have no doubt thatn the Night Riders went into thing just because it gave them an opportunity to ride the country at night in a sill masquerade with guns in their hands and in their egotistic hearts that satisfying that they belonged to a ban that runs things- If the young men in the rural communities and even insonic of the larger towns throughout the South cannot be convinced that habitually to carry a pistol unless upon occasions whqre 4 Dlloj rpnllyncededi a fooliel thing can at least be convinced that it is an expensive habit The laws against carry ing concealed weapons tire goo enoughall that is needed is their general enforcement by the proper authorities Duelling has been frowned on in this country for several de cades but it would be better than such street killing as that of Oarmack in Nashville or that of Gonzales in Columbia a few years ago In a duel each par ticipant at least has something like an equal chance but when the pistol toter goes after his man it is not with the idea of giving him a chance for his life If men of influence and a cer t tain degree of prominence like the Coopers in Tennessee and the Tillmans in South Carolina tote do Idly weapons with which to settle their personal difficultiesif these men of a havetcertain educational advan tages are pistol toters how then are the inhabitants of the Keelfoofc Lake district the Ken tucky and Tennessee and Geor youthssethroughout the South who are pofi that pistol toting is a vain contemptible magazine for February- s The Ways and Means Commit tee in the National Congress will recommend a reduction of the tariff on most articles Our Representative Langley will bitterly 1 fight the measure in part it is 1iisfhpnhe lrIt 1err promi iln centen a at Hodgenville CONDITIONy Clay City National Bank At Cloy City in the state of Kentucky 1909dRESOURCES Loans and discounts 108632 24 Overdrafts secured and un secured 221123 50000t00 00 Bonds securities etc 24 872 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 360000 Other real estate owned 182414 i Due from National Banks nottreserve agentc 255 Due from approved reserve agents 2522447 Notes of other Nntl Banks 1 310 00 currencyd 1417 LAWFULMONEYREaERVEINBANKvIzSpecie Legaltender notes 1500 00 600165 Redemption fund with U S Trensr5 of elrIn 2500 00 Total 22849205 LIABILITIES Capital stojkpaid In5O00000Surplus fund 900000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes 957 65 Hntl bank notes outstanding 40550 00 Duo to other National B links 1918 03 Individual deposits subject to check 6207020 Savings deposits 8477912 Cashiers checks outstanding 217 95 Bills payable Including certif jcatcs of deposit for mon oy borrowed 20000 00 Total 22849295 STATE OF KENTUCKY j COUNTY OF POWELL 88 I A T Whitt Cashier of the a bove named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A T Whitt Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of Feb 1909 Luther Loving Notary Public My Commission expires at the end of the next regular session of the senate CORRECT Attest M II Courtney Jno D Atkinson Ohas Scott Directors SEEDStt9aceess 1 SPECIAL OFFER 111 tbua N w Beale A trW wm atOI1 our pellllllellt cutomer M Tufetleail 1 1 ebemtin1a0errlri4 aU Yr OARAMTJtEO TO FUSAI- EWrite today Mcatloa this Piper vSEND 10 CENTSto ennepataI u4 tKA lot s01 nttln tbt adnalli 4jIatth mr big 1e BtnOnrl 1att M Dctnrllt tfIeooJId It I aMWhc tara DU t LOOItTaFD IOU STRF tTk j4angley has J Jl bodgreser l ppihK of alai WQ prohibition tyfcsas a penalty- red than f5000 Prwo yenrs in the This would be a should be enacted doubt this tli others onderI National cap ii hfm to enact W Ion Ends anything your stom thout fear of a case of Pyspepsla or that ernlent or sour on ou wilt occasion iapepain after r iil taste good and nrtllbqdfgested Zpent or turn into stomach gasping Dizziness 33 after eating on like a lump oh Biliousness er brash Pain in intestines or other- ms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this ef fective remedy isUsed Diapepsin really does all thelwork of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomach cant Each triangule will dlge8tall the food you can eat arid ijleavo nothing to ferment or sour t Get u large 5icent case of Papes Diapepsin fromfyour druggist and start taking today1 andrby tumor row you will actually brag about your healthy string Stomach for you then can eatfaBything and ev erything you wantv without the eerraandevery that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of laxative or any other assistance Sometimes nmrnwho can manage a great busujess fails ut terly at managing a little woman I FRUIT ORNAMENTAL TREESiC Every thirigor Orchard Lawn AGarden FREE CJataloguW JWe have no Agents H F Hill8rvnveyBr Sons LEXINGTON j y SK1DOO nu d vs from the pores Jtho grime fcfifn and nibbcdin That ordinary mep will not dissolve I fsJoTersoapsfor pitonsallyad yn11C irj lijhtiiwarc brass or nickel wnh your AviwlowS ahd in aldattltasamelttmc 10 soapsSKIDOOmorn than any- other Uiu J of co poifcnd Ono can vlll ccnvlriee yivrgrocaisend na ClnfJltTJII w1U ray tee polegeWLlcy Io cI HQWNSQIP NC ml IMt r f HERES A fi rakeValentinet I r v a N A Saving in Prices 1 You Know that februnry comes Just after Winter and just befroo Spring whichmakes things bad for the merchant who doesnt gey up and hustle People wont buy Winter Goods in February withrout extra inducements and its too early to lay in their Spring sup I t i plies And there you areand there we are But were going to hustle The only way we know to sell goodsin Febrdary is toiCut prices Thats what we amgoing to doevery day this month It will be a month of SPECIAL SALES in every lino of Winter Goods viz Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloakg Skirts rats OCr Shoes Underwear Hosiery DresR Goods Outings Flanelottf sc II T Mens Clothing Hats Shirts Gloves Underwear Shoes Hosiery cl J I B Remember all the month of February as we do not want tor ry 11 icarry these goods over to another season and will mCke tins a r regular unloading male I T 1 MRS r i JWWiIIiamsClay J4 1 The Whitest White Cake 6iAndAre Mntle Wlioii You Use bliPearl and Bakers Pride lotsi Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed JJMANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KYoo f Sold by our Merchants3jiI ItONG DISTANCE TELEPHONES I I Private Lines and Exchanges iALKu1m YOUR NEIGHBORS OrgnnaPhoeerwW No pfCtiOUl expo riew a boW dgt fwcefur Writ Todo7I Gvwads I our Phono ladamage r i ntvodon ftl belay pTe44vaI 11 N to l f1 f f LM he rghtvc liT auKdsngrolirt y Get out loAALLABOUTTHEtELEPHONtri dIlIlltOUout UmouJ Mw t teDa 1hg need ootoboulltkplnel 1fJIleridpa t etiToamplW 1 t Iorbbwtdintandperat a at inehdia0 r 11 UguUr pnct IF tots Wo mil ft Uoluulj rH JILoIe Armer Jiwholoutf d t hUOftlhIIOiDeti tI IrtuajMIj RFMFM0EPTHl5OffERISFORAUMiIZDT1MEYwfiTudayFa 5 IriIT MANUMCTURINe CeMPANY Via 721 MHIIfTIRSC h fI t SEE0SrI Reiebto Pen- D1NrrdadetlloPlHn Gardener and Planter honMtf tfJe IIIlrlor P1etlllOf Our Nprtht It Groan Seed RPECl I17JER IIwotIIODo7T alePdnD1 1- IpreaorwIKaay 1- 0apaArlrartaaldMM1 e IGt a 11TIMWlfalallrlla Jet5100- ww sa11 Bret IOIpp 1py la- dI4 feast dfbNfames c noi Nw end I ilte Onl OI- MrATNOLTIInN 5EISDoo7tM Eo4f H 4 f t e nrcP wv tp for Jn1ll1 tEAllld7GLesActrOPi Vpom nit phoIpJ = WritrO la I 80VKAti s tIXPERIENOE afar t fiofrIlAKtMAM8 w JCoPYHTae 6roBtblrUOnl A veendfnr selOf ne aa IJ 1- abItl lIB IteU N ItIiIIL free OWMC rlean r petla hJ 1H8IJ hrotlorIiKUIIQ Oo19MtltI fwf VI AMswy u aei1T eeYMa Of u ttHo ttoar taPWyW N K Jrttw 5tof oJ 4 11 Yv 3PS u t =TIMEK n f = 6r tNATL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Feb 18 1000 f loGM BREVITIES J y r G4AP fiouRlas of Love was r trnnpaotiii Inisineis in the city ioiJhursday t V iSlreMfBailoyof Hamilton 4 0 It in the city I t last week wForSale Cottage of four rooms in Business part of town Apply i jat this office Green Garrett of Indian ieIsj is visiting his brother r r Wesley Garreft c Ailenry has been very sick at- c hishbiiie on Hardwicks creek Xbut ienow some bettor t i Congressman John W Langloy has indorsed Miss Mattie McDon old for postmaster at Bowen i So much changeable weather Since ground hog day seems to v have brought on an epidemic of coughs and colds John W Chandler j ago Ofl 9yearswas married to Miss Emily Isaacs age 20 on the 10th This is Chandlers sixth matrimonial ventureEstill Herald The farm advertised for public sole on Black Creek near this city by Claude Sims waffnot sold but withdrawn because a satis factory price could not be realized I for it James K Barnes n distinguish- ed1 lawyer of frt Smith Ark fland ason of 001ISidney M + yS rner8of Civil1 war fame is idead He is a first cousin to the q Mize Bros of this county x oJ Answering the unexpected call of the comptroller of the United plates currency the Clay City National Bank has one of their usual fine statements in this is sue It is very satisfactory to both stockholder and depositor This is centennial year in the history of the Disciples of Christ in America There 100th anni versary will be celebrated on an I elaborate scale in the city ufi iPitTsbiirg next October at their annual Missionary Convention Ii Revolts at Cold Steel J your only hopesBld three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Ie c trpit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies Inlln opera j tionrlthen I used Dr Kings K Illi fiNew Life Pills she writes till wholly wired They prevent Ap N pure ConstipationI s JUCIlUIVlllD Headtfdhe 25o at all druggists xiCannot Collect O 114 The ourt oC Appeals holds that no rFlurancecari6Q collect t 1 ed on barns V UrAed by night riders owing to v a riot clause If the owners of BubhJbarns had known this as a 00 1 laintliorQ lvculdnotbavo beets so it innybarhfl burned last spring t by night riders The burnings M would hfV oeenaco1dentaT 1 y 1 TYIUpg Ja o ce JveUr t t waskept In bed hc j for five weeks Blood polsonfrom t Aspiderq bite caused large deep t sores to cov0rhis leg The doctors r Hfiltf81I Jhea B UO k Ien I fit Arnica r S W cornpl8tely pure l thewrit- esAt LJOhnWasfliagtw of Sosqueyilje rr rexlrFor teaiJbolls bardsantl 1 4 l tt 4lwt ite su retla e tII drug- n r r f a ri1r e 4 t t n n n Mrs Mary F Kurd has beep appointed Matron at the Orphans Home Mrs F FKey of Mayfield is visiting her daughter Mrs J Crews Baslli I B T Fox bought several stinted at Spout Spring Iastwe6k fron JA Cosby and others at 4i cents Mrs James White of Wash ington connty on Feb 8 present ed her husband with triplets all fully developed and healthy weighing six pounds each Two a boy The Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discover ed one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Mo but Elec cric Bitters cured me entirely Only GOo at all drug stores Smallest Baby Perhaps the tiniest baby in the world is the infant son of Mr and Mrs E P Lady of Paducah which weighs one and one half pounds The little fellow is bright and healthy and bids fair to live and thrive The child is about seven inches long and its face could be covered by a watch crystal His hands anti feet are not more than an inch long He was too tiny for ordinary baby clothes so one of the neighbors supplied some from the ward robe of her Jittlo daughters doll which were a nice fit Paducah News Democrat Soldier DeathPlot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lUng trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted stub born cold he writes that devel oped a cough thut stuck to me in spite of till remediesfor years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restdred my health completly I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obsti note Coughs Hemorrhage Asthma and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled 500 and 1 00 Trial aUIdruggists I UIION LAWN FENCE I CoiitsvflrrJtttle Drove vetrIlftt1s Aietorrr l 7awm doer lea WII Bini fCOlcltllllerJaw- nsdltOlArllftJd tot Aad OUtttq FEMCLCOIaKalblH 10If Men never merely wishing I amount to a deli one is impelled the striving In- dcountsq Print By Requ Mix the following well in a bottle and spoonful dostdufte bedtime Fluid Extract D half ounce Compoul one ounce Compound suparilla three oUnci druggist is the authority simple harmless ingredie obtained at nominalco home druggist The mixture is say and strengthen tbe clq active Kidneys overt ache Bladder weak nary trouble Of nil i before the btage ofB Those who have tree positively overcomes back clears tho urinv and regulates Urinal at night curing evt formsof bladder weakne Every man or woman here Wfeels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy manner should mix this prescription at home and givo jt a trialns it said to do wonders formally persons Notice to Trespassers All personR are hereby notified that nil hunting and trespassing is forbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no tied noB HUTSON No more long tim subscriptions so renew today r YYCAPITAL STOCK1 ftc ooo SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO V Tilt WlNOHESTERTJBANK 5 OP WnraiisTHK jijN HOIIY WiTnBnspooN PRKS f W R= Smrxn OAHHIEH j YOUR ACCOUNTS SOL OITED I A lA9 A nA9cA aA nAf M l1 cow es S S S e B F BERRY i Undertaker o Keeps a Full Supply of S Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits e- e Also can furnish Home Made Cot fins to Order on Shot Notice I When Desired iWest Bend Ky S S + of 4+ +d lH+H4++ i JPMAUPP1N- i Watchmaker 1 11 and 11 Jeweler All Kinds ol Watch and Clock I Repairing ion Short Notice and Reasonably Terms SATISFAC TION aUARA ITEED Line of Jewelry SpecjacteS Call sad ee tee In the Red River Hotel BuUdlHt to CLAY CITY 1 K iTOCICy 0 ri ++ +++tf ffl- I v pIJ price is 100 n hut OU can the tEtIiIIif you will give or send your order to Ibi1m to the CourierJournal iLpernotEi hFt ++ fFPFiFFid Fs + Hrt+ i Dally CourierJournal a Year 600 tCourierJournal a Year 200 Itif4444 + + + S ++ S+ +++ Ff +++ + pt43 +++ w va + + AS + ++++++++ ++++ ++ 4+++++ + +++++++ ++++++ ++++++ CLAY CITY NATIONAL F BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits = 1000000 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac cepted on the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits BOARD OF DIRECTORS F M H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON s CHARLES SCOTT J F Cos A T Wurrr OFFICERS N H COURTNEY Pres CRAB SCOTT VicePreA A T WlIlTT CasbierI Plmmtm 1im g fmi fi + + + + 01 + + + 0I4oJ + +5+ + + + ++ + + + Uf+ + + 1I SURE WITH i SON i r Lending Inanl nnoo Agonts 41o EzttetW KontncIeyOver 2oo6oorooo j i Represented i i1 Every onQighQ knows anything about insurance know iey are leaders in this line j 1 H + ++ ++ ++L + u + C by 1E- upporti where ages of- eeived take the are sent w n Ii name age heal h cli etc Only those who have nei father or mother will be jocieved at present WH request all those who children to write to 1rEdward 0 Gurrant Wilmore Ky Alpo will thank all ministers nail county iJHcer to give infinuii tion as to anysuuh children Time Hme will olothe educate anal ear for these uhildren for His sake who laves them There is not a better home in KentucUy Vriie lit oini F to Dr EdxvuprO Wuirrnnt Wilmore CSnnS- H Ky- tRoressloaar 11 14 1MNNNNNNNMM N1MN1UNI 1NNN ZR A IHVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY BR SMITH M 0 PHYSICIAN AND BUnOEON CLAY CITY KY 11CI WELCH Counselorntmv ANTOV KENTUCKY Qeneral Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth nera atwxa1 rrur r KmUr1JZ OCtC CURa TNt e c i WIT Dr9 iffJ r9 r7r rpL 1 oiIt t IFIfjh1I t t Oil a I I litCRv- a I f Zt t01 j jtje tMp wIrJ1 Ai ttiC i iQtOOTh 3eJBLS Iqwt aatxafTtJII A ti rrIOfoTP 4l T Q GrtfI1I ywII f oJ rt u and C l GQI f1 Cures aotttc end rt ji5cgiaiTbo fl it1t a tcry cti rp tautly s miz wropltutN Asiatic e o J era ante t t dtavc l ment of tviJ fi r S gewor4 results otNad Hi elpar Sullo wctlrt- I h ittKS LInj1tnE 1 1DontiIXmWUE6uZ 1 1 THE 6NTA1IOt41GrL Os1 PAMY- irr gPr ffY1 w Jti Y t+ IIL 1- A q f jLih Ji m pa- mouth TWO PAPERS FOR LESS 7 HAN THE PRICE DF ONE Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine end have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine TMEDFORDSLACK GflTI Liver Medicine reputation of this old relia IThe for constipation In and liver trouble Is finn i I ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than j others or it would not be the fa j vorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN W 1009 Il fMeMtr Ir PiIAt PRiCE c 111 ds ofO cb- 1111thv No Vand lands in th0 State a biMh fii rino are life V grounds for- rofraistngth6 weed avndrt arQ sail to be dSiVifsliere are forrItis ttmpty 011 vultey whilt have hereto iigTilerea worthless f9il ised cheap und 9 fTndg put to work clear ipo uriHugptRut beds d b bid qifizens that utHJflgh price of tobacco fmofeto improve farm filiberu Kentucky than riC the Civil Jl4it Avho makes fcat want to get sgf One On ffitibsiribers all woh fjnitt call and settle fty 1 The postal laws requite that aubacrip fd ID advance eltnitiliid after one ueioy We dislike to the paporto any sub furiber who wants it andwe also I dislike to difiObev the law which ns ilia Qartl place that can be lIeIl8ilyrenitfJi dBy all paying up Plenseao tins For sajc priydtlynil my house hold good iS Claude Car- rWr1NTEDAI Alan or woman on every rliTa rolfte to represent Ulo eolicitlng jtnda renewal Sub 8crlpttonsQaQQmmiesioy TJ7rei8- AWe arelfflaKingtu best offers at the al prceRJand allow very liberal eornmisslovs- Tnsura t lce cIt fruit tree agents of riiveotr ral route carriers JltaaTa ti a1ty debircd Wnte 1i1 fjiJl jpartlou tolay Agd Froftalflebtid iness can boi 1tgMiiShed with the proper effort Fihteregteil write lKN ATI POS Circulation Dept Cinyinnatl 0 u 40 It PIANOSembody every detail 1Mtcan possibly dd to value of tipiano of the very lighcst grade The wprlc at which are sold astonbliea those compel inttojudgoofPfandii Rledling m a mo means bigbest artistic reo lusts in tone touch durability and ao design Send for catalogue and yourriclnltyL WEDUHQ P1ANOCiPIyMSRthW1eot n II THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY REAdANDSHARE GET rFREE19119 Edition Kentucky Governor Wall Atlas to all who SubscrlbeforSix Months tea Year 4EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SIOULD HAVE A COpy OF THPLlNli WALL ATLAS The UWst kentucky MapUp To 1909Full anJCRplei rScgmved especially forThe Kvenlnsr rest at n coat of 6G i a 98z8claacbesThetheoatspicturcVettedStatesol the World a tl1OXaIaofArmA page Jsvrn over to Hlate K nluc Crom onnUon 0581e to tho nar StatepctaletuckyjiouxCongreastonat JudicialandRailroad CommtulonersAiatrictaLem 14II FROM t bees tofnyt1hq StaleDistrictfrom whatOunUesArra sad Population s SlaUsliaLof the Pnnama Cana Great BavraUah Wanda ortoUeo Alaka r1 yItriesWaltCatartwhltorOaeVearaty3lporftKAIXJlonlhaat thOTe who cannot ictTl1eltv pet tdellvcjro4 rustdcecrlpllonilia i1thAlIilSt nea 1IIitEYifItJHT ItIJj v t ci w LR ltEwAM4uAt41st x C s rs you over you and J lOW 4 hint 1 L j I9O9 I TOi I Aep tla1f t NMax i At 8WITHintftSP Jr fji5a 2 J RatJ 5- I Cramps I y t Thousands of ladles suffer agonies very jnonVj If do stop and think Is it natural Emphati sally and popitlve yNOlren male your- nwld to preventor cure this need1ass sufferingAM A TAKE I Yt 7 It Will Help You es I suffered 9 years writes Mrs S irJtQtkins of Gary Ky Ihad femaletroublelndW 1d nearly cramp to death W ula nearly kill me with pain I tried everything g t- relief but failed and at last he n to take giveCauduiAT ALL DRUG STORES S t1tttRY OF L E TIME TflJBLE Elst Bound Nest Bound No2Dally p M 223ft5 320 834 311 38 40541t 430 435 447 510 G 0- jGJQ INo4I A M 735 813 826 842 902 010 915 11223S OW 9M 1017 1115 1120 I Stations Lexington Winchester L RE Junction Indian CLAY CITY 4StantonRosalyn Filsoh Campion Junction Natural Bridge Torrent Rtmttyville Jet O ifc Junction Jackson I No1I iA lf 055U12 9o0 845 825 815 809 a 03 748 745 730 707 rrs1Q NO3Dnly R lL 605 520 507 453 435 426 420 444d57 365 841 320 225 lO No S SundayOnly t1 il1025 946 i 934 020 000 84S48 S42 828 826 l5 t 10114 f i 910i0o THi o FuloivingsCOlv1VLCTf0y5arerrmaiialDotly ExcflptSiriUiyH L E Junction N Brlandu3 LcontecrVlih tJj OdspThail way for Mt Stains Ky tCnmptbnJunctlon Norl a8 and 4 will connect Ayithrtlie Moun tain Central Railwuyfar passengers to and from OnmptgntKy Beattyvillo Junction Ntiswlll connect with the pitt1iltalway for RealtyvlHcKy c 0 d K Junction Ko 1 niul 4 wlltnnaart lW OK Bail WilY for Cannel pit Ky andwaystation i- ah1 t u oMaivhqstV7MrwalVgMAIY RROUtwH j 19REEn N I 1 rat atitEFi o ee p1ty- Y jfii rnJ i ict 3 COla not a cureall but a gual3f1lel1 rnre for Uh am3r teed folirmrnatory Anti chronic 1liritita the ulooil liver tIJ elorruuh It 1 KM Uf W a plain itivu guarantee to itfund the 1II0w1ifarnruisnotcfFBciwl ThlsmDndyhaSreHevril chronic ail loutcotitlurd attartts ot rlicumatrsin after failed to 1iu so it 13 a preparation that cannot be excelled Has been tested br tlntdrugmanufacturers s Cure perfect as n can as l coequal Guaranteed under the Pure rood anti Act Price 8100 FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS If your dealer should not carry this prepar i ation write direct to us 3 DRCeOEIM MeDICINE COlno Chnttanooga Tnn f Uii t ani Decay are two ot the worst eneirifes ofRool In aiid those vttito co fir late building should have the protcctimtl3it WJBt ASBESTOS ROQKQSrGaj- rcrds i U is prooi against both because it js construct ed of Mbe to nni1 Asphaltboth minerals yet Uthe tail that cannot rust Or decay Besides it possesses a i- xitypetulinlyttsii own It requires ndjcoating fci vve send you samples and pricest 111 T JohnsManville Co j- I Cleveland ai A I i IhCUiiMlHS L SAYN t tHA A DiNaNsRe- eloseVitallt1lena Of tai Sakiiand ItLAjI r w htrcn h Cesn en and Entichee thaI3IOed JAn erpedrlly remedy forBolS CaPl7unclearrryrj as qu t jI lUlcers nn tt ioAlCecGonst Sfr9tulnu- eliumocs0lolthes Pimples PustulettAtllt Rheum end allidJseaeelhtrisink 1lI I bluod rtowj 1ot the y t oiv Ml11rrecQ fen torlnrofoclaticilRllssruiietlaes PIOE itt DlLtjiH P ROTTLE iFIA SALEYiUMhiSITL f t t IGLLOY1H1i1ICAINKI14 1 u tu ud ti ti Jv rI + rl- G 0 t1 o l gy c J