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S- l a r- n it ICjShf y- t 4j J i THEiI CLAYtITY-t TIMESJj t4 jJ I F 33 i t I4 io It- n 50 fonts a Yearin Advance w jf+ 1I Weire here to help aCif1S irroDnJiDg Country and Ourselves i T B Burgher Publisher 1 0 4 VOL IYwOLAY OITYKJTmifilSDAY JULYt 1909i NO1fi r+ The Home Paper f TJio local newspaper should be r t I ftiulidin every home No child 7 iiIt willgrow up ignorant who can be- n tnuglit to appreciate the home paper It is the stepping stone fi6 t f intelligence in all of those oItatt rs not to be learned in books Give your children a r f foreign paper which contains not 1 tone word about any person place or thing which they ever saw or perhaps ever heard of and how can you expect them to be inter ested But let them have the I home paper and read of persons t whomthey meet and places with which they are famili ir and soon an interest is awakened which in creases with every arrival of the local paper Thus a habit of I reading is formed and those children will read the paper all f + their lives and become intelligent men and women a credit to their ancestors and strong in their 1 1 knowledge of the world as it isI today i The hot weather sale at Mrs V Williams is providing a general public benefit sale Many dollars i are being saved by the buying pub lie who are visiting this atore dur Cin these hot days If you are not w ope of the satisfied customers you I Lshouldbe 1 Married at Winchester Pr Gy G Fuss RndMisfiNor 4maMcOuJlum both of Winches terweremarried fii that city at the brides home The groom Is r ftequ 9t ry y lI v re lie has hiiii l fries who extend Hearty congratula t dune I Tiiis may bp a just world but justnow too much attention is a paid to the sweet girl graduate f and not enough to the little wo man who must do our cooking ineo this hot weather f I 4 i A f j Y j I 1 t = 1 c v j w rm 5 A tj r i ti d y t f Y jH4t lJr jL 1Ii 1111 v 7 t 1 pt I The Excess Rain as a Blessing It begins to seem to us thatI people should be thankful for the rains wo sire having while it seams very wet yet if the hot weather we have was unattended by rains the earth would soon be parched water fail and the heat most unbearable We may yet be thankful for the rains The ruler of the universe knows better than we what is best for us We sometimes possibly think conditions hard for us to under go but we are promised seed time and harvest and the perse vering and industrious have al ways had plenty to eat and wear and tlways will have So let us be thankful for the rain which today may beour greatest bless Destroys Moonshine Still United States Deputy Collec tors McCoy and Duty Monday night destroyed a still on Red river in Wolfe county together with a quantity of beer and rfrrested J Miles Taulbee and John Moore and took them before Commissioner Hurst at Campion for examination The hot prices at the hot weather eale nt Mrs Williams are making the goods move last If you are pot getting your share of the bargains it is your own fault 6t A Railroad Sold The Louisville and Atlantic railroad running from Versailles I iI and the latter take s pose ion today It is believed that the new owners of the road will ex tend the line on into vast coal fields and untouched timber dis tricts Liberty Brand Hats for Men and Boys in all the new shapes and shades Hardwick Co Stanton w rr YVVVrvriv vvrv Wv- vwySHIMFESSELS r 1 i iTheOld Reliable Place u f For Everything You Need in t Merchandised7 t rqGbods Delivered to All Parts of the City Jf Country Produce Bought and SolcL v IA LiberalIShr of Your Patronage Fe I oolicitea I i SHIMFESSEL o if ii tL tttrTH r- f logI moonshine L 1 I CLAY CITY KgNTueKY i I 0 r- l iI rifw1 lo a ff1 iJ Jit t1 i rr Y jd+ t fiiJ x tfii i Press A lon Meets I The Press Association is in sessiontE tlll Springs thus weak havea jolly good time RS when convened at Estifl Spring- sleadinfeatA reof the meet tnJheqUeStionRosolved hibition wouldjflgea good thing for Kentucky Mayor Clarence E Woods of Rilhmond affirmed while aptPik Smith general counsel of the Model License League discothe question for the negative f The dissuasion was before j Jaje assemblage of delegates sitars Ono of the best feature of the debate was the correcjcjsljowup of the whiskey organthoCourierJour- nal and it8veditojrHenrv Wa person JWm Sparks sted In this County WmSparks vanted in Madison county for heikilJihg of Joe S Collins wa87ar pste d on the head waters ofOltOreek in this county Moadayeight by Jailor Geo Stephens Rbdaken to Richmond and turnedolfr to the Madison authorities Stephens will get the four hundred dollars reward offered forjiur Jpapture 200 of thiscomes fco the State i amt k1isoncourYThe first he jmper reports in dated thatwillful madder had been pertpdby Sparks qtyJfter lt tr l it U rl QnJ id L lp1t W To Extend Mountain Central Hallwayrunning the i E to Campion and own ed by Flpyd arid J9JI10 M Day of SwannDay Lumber Company of this city will bo extended to Hazel Green Itsomo near fU tarO timeRJiGt of way is now being taken up and if in this the proper encouragement is r v ceivedthe roan will be built at a near date The HotjJVeather Monday has so far been the hottest Jay in the year when the themometers rose to 108 degrees in the shade an 1umanityfairly suffered about CUy City While we have had already a great deal of hot weather the prediction now comes to us that July is to be the hottest that it has been for many years iWetrust to see the one who makes this prediction a false prophet 1c Boom OHtTorn If there is apiiance to boom business bopra t Dont put on a long face andlook as Though you had a stomachache Hold up ypur head jaiiileand look for better things Ride your little hammer audtryytoepeak well of others no you may know you solf to be The Junior Order will have ar picnic at WestBend July 4th See our line ofokStoves and Ranges Wq can eiHhem cheaper than peddlers ofiiail order hpiis fs and be8ldjps rduVricah see just what yoU are buying and know whereto find usTebo Idanythingbe umatlafaojory i the stove or ranger I + f fii Co Wnton Ky y r c r f4i- fi ty ski kid H A fYR Lightning Strikes OH Tank A huge oil tank of the Indian Oil Refining Company of George town Ridgewood Junction was struck by lightning Sunday and the flames rose some say three hundred feet in the air The oil spreadover the tracks of the L E Railway and took fire Ow ing to the heat from the fire the west bound passenger train was delayed until near dark before it could pass It is rumored that the Indian Refining Co has sold out their in terests in the Campton fields to the Starudard Oil Co and that the tanks will not be rebuilt but the oil will bo sold to time Stan dard through the pipe line At the Courthouse Thursday fl T Wills of this county and Miss Eva Sceof Powell county were married Judge Evans offi ciating The groom is fiftyfour years old and thiswas his fourth marringe The bride being fif teen years of age Winchester Democrat Vasten Palmer was hero yes terday from Clark county and had a dangerous attack of sick ness but was able to be taken home this morning FOUND A bunch of keys at tached to a piece of chain near the Sulphur spring Apply at this office Dentistry prSPiHiinman dentist will iClay i yr unqsion ior prod tlce Anyone having teeth need ing attention sbouldcall and see him in the Waldron building For any kind of summer wear for women men girls or boys see our lines Can interest you in quali ty prices assortmentHardwick Co- Stanton Winchester Court The Farmers Shippers Yards report about 500 cattle on the market I with most of them sold The best price was 8175 for a lot of long yearlings bought by J W Hunt Heifers brought 1350 to S4 Cows 350 to 1375 About l 300 common sheep for which 13 i was asked but none were sold A mong the sales were the following Ben D Goff bought 17 steers 450lbslat 84 Jack Stevens sold four cows 2 at 8305 and 2 at 14 Dallas Powell bought 37 heifers u at 81280eacb W P Treadway sold 37 heifers 600lbs at 4 cents 5 heifers 380 Ibs at 4 cents a bull 800lbs at 4 cents j a heifer and steer at 1385 J H Jones bought 5 steers 400 lbs at450 F P Pendleton bought 2 steers 450lbs at 450 D1 Ryilaback sold 4 steers at 450J Cleland soH 10 Jersey cows at 40 to 00 L C Rose sold 10 steers 425 lbs at 4 cents and 70 weight 470 lbs at 20each James Tanner bought 5 heifers 525 lbs at 20 each Jas Crawford sold 8 heifers at 4 cents s v L C Rose sold 5 oxen at 3 cents Winchester Democrat Mrs Mollie Woodward and son Henry of Winchester visit ed Mrs George Forkner and Mrs 8 W Ewen of thicnttutYT the past week Mrs Woodward returned this spring from Dayto nia Beach Florida and is much improved in health See our line of Queen Quality Shoes and Oxfords for Wemen in the new shades and lasts- Hardwick d Co- rftanton Ky P Etltamq IuBIG BARGAINS IN f f MILLINERY v Hats SOc andup Every Hat at a Big Reduction Hats made and Trimmed to Order by tv Mrs W N Bush the PRACTICAL MILLINER located in i t Central Hotel Sample Room 1 T t Ie Jii 11Jr r f p 4 1 1H1 fr THE TIMES n PCBtlSIIRD EVEItV THUKSDAY JE burgher IubUshcr N Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in al vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 1 1000 CLUB RATES Ifor the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 75 I Home and Farm 75 The poorest girls in the world are those not taught to work says an exchanco Rich parents have petted them and they have been taught to despise labor and to depend upon others for a living and are perfectly helpless The most forlorn women belong to this class It is the duty of the parents to protect their daughters from this deplorable condition They do them a great wrong if they neglect it Every daughter should be taught to enrn her own living The wheel of fortune rolls swiftly around the rich are likely to become poorand the poor rich Skill added to laior isno disadvantage to the rich and is indispensible to the poor Welltodo parents educate their daughters towork w l Norimperativerthanthler The federal government has gone into theb printing busi ness prifiting envelopes tit a loss for large consumers which loss is made up by the taxpayers Some time ago it issued an order pro hibiting newspapers from extend ing credit on subscriptions be yond a certain length of time and it has in other ways inter fered in the private business of newspaper men What have we newspapers done to the blessed old government anyway Every time the editor is ob swvd in company of one or more strong Democrats some Republican friends will call out Fixing up politics eh Well not always sometime we are talking j about the good times we are to have under this Republican administration and especially when John Langley begins onour pikes which he promised us last fall Senator Brown of Nebraska made a gallant fight against the paper trust but its grip upon the Republican party was too strong to be shaken off and those who read must suffer If the man intending to go to Hot Springs to get allot bath will i1 only go to the field near thomid die of theday and hoe corn two hours he will get the same thing- at a much smaller cost CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Following is Program for Chris tian Eadeavpr Society Sunday evening July 4t- hTopiclutriotisiu t h at Connts The Evangelization of the Great InlandjEmpire Thomas Rose North JjalotaAda John son SouthDnkotnReeseShimf- essel Montana Edmon Burgher Chorus The Music of the BellsSocietyIdahoMrs Tom Mountz East WasliingtonrMre A M Burgher Offering for Home Missions Song ily Country Tis of Thee Society Benediction i The excessive hot weather has been very good for corn growing but it is pretty hard on man and beast Marty prostrations have OCt curred In the larger cities but none locally The continuing rains keep farmers behind greatly Wheat harvest has been greatlg hindered in the wheat growing section and as Sunday was a fine day for cut ting grain many binders wern run all day to save the crop Haying season is also on but if the wet weather continues it will be hard to get it cured without damage Newspaper men a8n rule have but two things to sell space J14 eDr rv1G1 6tirc +wwnIU 1 just as consistent tp aslrybur grocer for a dozen tJrl1ng sUjus1 to fill upas to ask the editor Sot a dozen lines in his paper just to boost your business in helping to fill up space Try getting ii free dinner able hotel just to make a show of business for the hotel We have a number of mens suits that will close out regardless of cost Will soil them at the follow ing prices for cash only 17 00 suits for 611 00 814 00 suits for 89 DOCSIS 60 suits for 88 00 If you can use any of them you can not afford to miss this opportunity Hurd wick fc Co- Stanton Iy SPOUT SPRING John T Wright was in Win chester Monday on a business missionMiss Laura Abney inmate of the Masonic Orphans Home at Louisville has returned homo Shelt McKinney is building a large tobacco barn to house six acres of tobacco he is growing JTWright sold some year ling steers about 500 pounds weight ton L Daniel at 2000 per head 1 Honored by Women When a woman speaks of her silent score t suffering the beIstowed this mark of confi dence on Dr R Y Pierce of Buffalo N Y Every where there are wowed who bear witness to the wonder- working curlog power of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription suJlerlfltIMIrgrapples with womans week nesses and stubborn Ills IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK W0A1EN WELT o9ierdance PrRVPiopIPLrWA fIMNtitlWht leiddae aiNd s M girhAsyetrsrvadseef ease dl ldtr C JJ r 0 1 r f + J J 1 1 4- s a r Aoniantva her husband to have everyttn isroffl cei- pretty eccept tenographer- loo Re dioo- The rreaders o w eptiper will be pleased to fearn t their isat least one dreodwSlaeago that sci once has been alblTOb cure in all lts stages and thattarrh Rallis Catarrh cure now knownthentedkalfra ternity Catarr1i1ieingaconstitu tional diseaselitesa constitutional treatroetiVfifcHallB Catarrh Cure Istaken fnt i HyncUngdi rectly upon and mucous surfaces of theeitcm thereby destroying pf the dis ease and giving bUpttient8trengtii by building ilpt i4onstitutlon and assisting nature iaS dpirig its work The proprietorsllijaso much faith in it CUI of fer One nundrtIPol1arsfor ant case that it ifi cUre Send for list of testimonlale Address F fjQtJY GQTo lodo 0- Sold by all druggists 76c Take Haira IY Pills for con stipation iiI Dont fall to have r- k JIamman fix your teethatissfactidn guar ante- rdSherij 1 P Sale By virtueof ezee atlon Koi657 aD reeled tp Q KSlieitied from the ltOotithagainstThosrAIVlePltlcsWfJ en M aayth 5th DAY Of JULY tweere Iijl hbur- sof0 oclickj + dd4 oelatktpi at teJourjtiHouSi5 iae9tautn eqJt y expose toPJJ1I- 1J10SJL m1iirtl 1esrbiddertIg the following property 0j piHuch thoreotiB n ly le necemry to fcitiaiy the amountof thin pjiif tlit5 debt iii terest at dcotahW ytlt A certain tract of land ori the tvate of Lulbe tko undivkliid interest of Jas F Woodnudiadidining thq lands bfHnt Nann the whole tract conlaininjBboatiJl5 acres levied upon as the property MThos F Wood T RMS Sale Trill be made on a credit of six mot Ut bppd with ap proved security rc aJredf bearing in terest at tho rate ofBper Cent per annum from day of siateati having the force and effect 4fTaVEeplcvJn bond this 3rd day Of Jpn6vJ Q3r JlIIkKENNQN 6herifPowell Co Dr SP HamBjaii idehtiet is now located for practice 4n Clay City See him aihova your work done at home pStislarctlon guaranteed SEEDSFrMh Reliable Pure ltiarsRleed I 1ErerraardenetendPlexterebould t UDerlot meraeot ear Grown aee- desrcutLFFER FD10 CENTS we tfI41d our I FAMOUfi COLLECTION tyltf tO DlTT 1Iu rrrlruatl1Y 100 it flfBHUr l olorl r 1 DIR rd7lenw 1 M4e IK 1- 0bllTuleaIILli6 J t eo Writ today 6enelljesitleElrr Cotaawttes 4- palleed a to u wltli oatNw Ordu Oaldo SEED CO JJBKATJHO1MB reekfordIlltnols 1 J aIIlentallTrnrCj J Irvil lhlttg for Ocrhar9J Lawn and 81arCl t toPleala 4sItG t Caialogaa EI l F 8 i 1ebXiFtGTON14Yy ftJt j c- I i t fj Hat Pcf 3 1 Jr FOR TH Etits t i Hot Weattagr- d r j t 4II Beginning on the tj f l x t f I5th of June f r t and running to the iW rt i 4th of July Jt i t Vwiils lje crYthing iq our store at BIG1tEDUCTIONS iinprl inorder to make room for Fall and Winter Goods and our MidSummer inventory Of j jZ 7 You should attend this sale to supply your wants in Nw fti10 pressGoods Notions furnishings Laces andEm lf broideries Underwear Hosiery Dress Skirts3 jt Suits and Pants Mens Suits and Pants Mews Hats Shoos Womens Childrens Shops China Glass and Tinware Milli nery Silks Ribbons Toilet Sets and in fact every thing at fromie a g 13 to 14 off regular prices vi y r Be Bureioget our pric 8aiid pa our goods before J makfngyJoilr parbases Ci r r 1 i f i y 1 i 1 grey a+ scc mas F tJ lfirb 7 2 Wi l i i i j iffiL i T iih iHClay Ciy Ky J i I i Js mw iI hy d IThe Whitest White CakekrThe Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit q Are MndeWlieit YouTJ o Pearl and Bakers Pride loii ftf i1 Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed r r t MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY f j Sold by our Leading Merchants J 1 ar ri- JtJ r j t li I New Firm j Ifr 1 v t f1E Vi9ti TTOSay to the good people of ourihomo f countipa that weihave opened iip a businesa 1i f 1intiVinchesterKy dh No 17 North Main Street and have afujl lilje of i Cement Sand Lime Wall laster KBSteirJarislmok all kinds of t Sewer Pipe and Fittings 1 V Salt and lertilizer f p We alBohancilfl thee celebrated VBBDER WAG70JJS Callandsceusorsendusyourorder 1ho priceiBui v Vasfgh tWe also eonduc a peed and Hitd5 8talilo PowellDawson attII r v v slvfl p t k-T j J PI TLMStIi rLHOIE 1fi11EiiAF1R J oJ Y UuGDAyi July 1 1009 I LOOA fJ BtEYZTI S EDt rik WAINSCOTS RQJA y r MTSv Carrie Groves of Olncin ifaii is here to spend a shorttime lIlth i lRivc8i r MissBertha MapeOias return l from a two weeks visit to friends at Irvine yr i 4 Mrs R W Russellie visiting y iMrs Dena VanArsdaloat Mt 17 ug this week v Born Wednesday Juno 24th f to Charlie Bush and wife of VnughnsMih n boy s y C tpnt forget the hot weathciBale nowgoingon jit Mrs Williams fl iJigreductionJn many1 articles k Dr Martin report the birth of a t yestorday morning to 4Mrand Mrs W 0 Easter rsDr is P Ilamnmn dentist line his office upstairs in the VValdron tbltlitling Call and have your ammed lIrsB Littlepage of Louis Ito1pt ville visited old friends on the I Tr city a few days the past week i z t T Jeff Wright delivered some iicorn t6 S vann Day Lumber Corn puny at four dollars per barrel tf ii 4 Mr and Mrs Nt Gr Bush of- tt r1Viueliesterarevisttingtheform Jt r- Z rfb1Qner the Rev Robt N Dushand wife 11 I MaU Barnes and JI g JIs J F G r + f tAnt tith diBtrktmeet iilgo i1 Loilg at Jackj ti h it yof lastk r teLt Yrr nd lirs- a li Qales- SterIingt rJ gpettt rom attar f t daY tthl Monday with Dram-I Mrs WmcjD MHrtin in this city O iV Dnucan of Mt Oorbon tJ VVr5VaJha8 joined lila family 3lierc who have been oiia visit at this place the pnst two weeks f ilorgau McKinney bought last f a wools from vitriouB persons in the i county thirty cattle and took fJ thom to his farm in Clark county to graze 1 Sajn Carr has reopened the Mhfresh moat market and keeps i owaBJIPplyof either beef or only select tIrr animals During balancethe season t v wovwill givo you nn interesting re lL i duction inpriceon anything in our i 1uI will you to f Set our pricesIlnrdwick CO l r i r Stanton Ky fit t Tlio Clay City National Bank Ifuruighes its patrons another one t i of their Btatemeiits answering 2J the call of the CotnptroUepof o d Ourrenpyi 1 I Prof J9 Gordon of Emi f1 pence7iydplivoredanexcellent ddre8stttheO au hf 1 Tuesday night on the new corn c b 1Qu schgdl laws wliieh was well iw recoived jirr t A Night Riders Raid vvThevworetr iriight ridorB ore calo I vmelfcroton till praloe pllla They raid your bAdtorobouof debt r+ i Notso with iDfi i King IINew Life p r UhoYnevtirdJstreQrin wtrtaopvenienctbat always i cleanse I the system CUr1hg Colds head- ache4 i Conetipationif JJalaf 5c Jf + r ll tlrUggiits j2 ij kj J M rfJ i l g iw 1I- i r cu t 1 r r l r 1 t 4- i A t J L tL II IE a man washes the dishes for ins wife the neighbor wgnlen pity him lcnvyher UnHorse For ten years I coQldilt ride a horse wifh bcillg in tojture from ptlesr writes 1 S Njiire of Rug less Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed fiilcklons Arnica Salve cured mo tnfalli bl torPiies JJorns Scalds buts Boils FeverSores Eczema I Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guaranteed byill druggislar Dlise BadgeS iithtof Slade this county graduated at B rCa College June 9th having complet ed the course for trained nurses and received her diploma She will locale at Winchester Miss Madge isa fine young lady and many friends wish her success in her noble undertaking Sees Mother Grow Young jIt would le bard to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric Biters wiitea Mrs W L Gilpat rick of Danforth Me Although past 70 she seems really to be grow ingYOi1ngagain She suffered un told misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither sat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such won ders for her health They Invig orate all vitalorgans cure Liv rand Kidney troubles induce sleep mpart strength and appetite Only 506 nt all druggists NOTICE A copctitive examination for the purpose of appointing one beneficiary to the State Univer sity at Lexington Ky will be h eldafStlntontIYollJuly 16 1Q09J it toeing the rugulnr day ffjr examjuinK applicants for- 6Tartclmrs dertiflcates The it pljlnfo Sot Beneficiary Ap putfr titie Ii t 1lle exatpised of subjects prepared byto Faculty- if the University Hours 9114 a m to 880 p m K A Irvin SrM Supt Powell County Schools E16UY YOURWU01 HIDESAIID FURS 1I Fcalfeers TnllowDeeswasCasran Golden ScalYdlowltootcc We youIhanLouiriileWriteping tags Wcfumuh wool bags free Me BABEL SONS CVTABUOHCD IN tee 228 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Sfeel Web Picket ponce Cheaper Than Wood Tne lowest priced good ntlwUniwl lawn and gar den fence built Write for catalog ofIaWl1fi6ld frog and DEKAUB EN ECO 1K4b llL iJCCYJ bidf0 t Sf- r N J wL- r r t err y 1 CmPletesS Course rernoh 3clntsi8lifibwo fifteen ijearoid son Cor Mrs Av 0 Barnes has t the Masonic Orp1Iianel1die ntLou tevB llevhU lj Jr nU tcdto ajiother stay at the Home lie cdmpietectjie iSfhol course and has secureda llJtlOl Ufn machine shop Spouisville and will return jS tbittJ city next Vednesdayr JFif Life 100000 YsA sAgo Scientist have OTnuJri a save in Switzerland borie iQfiffleni who lived 100000 cams agoTwlen life was In constant frQr wild boasts Today thedsngersshown by A W Browri of Je nder1le is largely from deaillyadlsense I If it had not been for T0 Kings New Discovery whiehtedme I could not have lived Vfh f writes suffer t big as Idid fromR severe lung touble and BttSbbbrn cpugb To cure Sore Lungs f Jqldp obstinate Coughs and v Pneumonia its the best Utedioirion earth boo and 100 QuaVdnteed byall druggistsy w- EUca SEEW r nSfEEOUCL- ECaISPECIItLOFFERT Yale t bn K r Dotaru A trial trill mstarou ocr ernIIIeu cutomer r rrlrc Cetlectranna A1wleteat 11taeaneetrmi TpleadJ oasssia-rtetIarlsolt aaneoemau TO PLKAfcK Write today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTS toeortr po uj and pwtlar and rouvn tbU Hail le elYetton of asd txL1n Ills tot bi- glateaeq rroI r1a lieol- taauabca W rt etta Lw Eudw Ig la sTREYoC1Torw 4 OAPITAlj STOCK S1OOOOQ STJBPLTJSi1I DUN DIVJDBD PROFITS 100000 qifi SNl7IiLSTrRfANk- or hricltsrma- a l T I I OLLYiV2r1 Iii CrssI0oN T PRES E SruAltroAsuIr rs i- V iCTJJZ A COUNTS rrrr 4 SOLICITED 1L35 iJiII t II a y tJ F BERRY Undertakers Keeps a fatjSupply of CofflnsCasketsBu raf Robes and S SufisM i Also can fornlsh Home Made Cof- llns s to Order onrShort Notice When Desire- dWest v i Bentit Kyi ieee ii iaor +++ 1 INid Jewelert t ti- j1Y4T AU Kinds of atgh and Clock Notice and ReasoHabterSrms SATISFAC f Tl6NfqUA A nBED Line ot Jewelry SpectaclesJ45f Call and e Jri the Red RIviM HotiljIhiWJHg CLAY CITY fi KENTUCKY FFFi f3 i yher i F Fd k A 4 F lv 9 y Q t Mtt 1tk tvvt 1 r u 3 Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire andu Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky8 ++ 4 + 4++ ++ +++ +++++++++ + 4+++ + ++++ ++ ++++++++++++ + IIftfIIt +f 3Is a National Newspaper Demovplic in politics ii t a It prints all the news without fear or favor The f++ X tI4 + IIIfif you will give or send your order to this pa 1 i Itpernot to the Courier Journal ii t+ r H H + T+ t 00 t Dally CourierJournal a Yearr 600ft Sunday CourierJournal Year r- 200 to N 4 tWe ran give you a combination cut fate on Dai ly or Sunday if you will write this paper 4 +4i4++ d ++++td + f r++ FMSrB a3r+d 3 Sd b +3 C fH + HoH f+ ofo H + + O OH ++ + i II A i l it J d Ji J CLAY CITY NATIONAL 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 396 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits mt BOARD OF DIRECTORS I M H COUIITSEV J D ADKINSON CHAULES SCOTT J F Cox I A T VViiiTT Ia NLl lU1 OFFICBRSIM CURS H A T WuiTT Cashier Snt1m1m cmwtlZ lmm1 mJ ++HC4++ WoH ot +4 + + + loot4 H+ i INSURE VIXJI i tF A LYON SON I+ 4 The Leading IouHurnnce Agents of Ett torn iienttiolcy J Over 200000000 I 1 RepresentedI4 1 Every one who knows anything about insurance knowttheyare leaders in this line t gyL +d +++ 444 44 +4 ++ ++++ +++++++++++4- 1i fZ 2 i S1 r lF Jtfo 411 t n t e r- Y 11 w t t We Want TheOrphans The Highland Orphans Homo at t Clny City is ready for the orphan largeir situated at Clay City It is Owned by the Society of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the reiceived ieligible Wehope to take the boys later Before they t are sent we want to know the name age health character etc etc Only those who have neither father or mother will be recieved at I present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant Wilmore Ivy Also will thank all ministers and county officers to give informa tion as to anysuch children The Home will clothe educate andcare for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better I home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant Wilmore Ky It will pay you to look at our line of Mens Boys and Youths Clothing before making your par chase Hardwick S Co- Stanten Central Hotel CLAY CITY KY a W N BUSH Prop Rooms Newly Furnished House Thoroughly Renovated t Throughout r tenteevresWeAskYou to take Cardui for your female troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy I WINE OF CARDU has brought relief to thousands of l other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said It Is the best medicine to take Try III Sold in This CityP3 NO MOREHEADACHE SALLADESNerveAlga and Sliver Headache Powders I A positive and permanent cure for all forms of headache and neuralgia Is- o compounded by one of the best chem- Ists in the United State Positively has no morphine or dar Its composition and will cure the most violent headache caused by biliousness or nervousness in ten minutes if used asdirectedIt the head clear and bright and the strength renewed There is nothing just as good Can be taken by an Infantand leaves no after affects- A few ol the many testimonials we hive received Mrs Dell Arevlll Madison Wipe writes enUrellI Mrs Wm Filmore Albany N Y writes 1 1 Notblnll like your Alga Headache Pow- den They have cured or Periodical Head HChez Would not be without them Mr W B Pearl Wanecn Minn writes I AlgaHeadache l druggistsI Photowrnhlylotweeverytody ti g FNUt06HArllyleachecltlktutlyd ly pdft coitfcttt picture c ttftlcfim qtJOD M endsawpfcepyfrea J I youmenUua lhI peIAmericegPho v t otIt B + D h 5 Co IiiLjoo 1 tlactAwchaLum about eltcbldly the k etcIceadbowtoum llctljfulUlplcturcf Sam rl copy bee If you name Jl Ur r 1Oetvar- 14Hmpenn Pub Co 4 Deacon 6u Uojtoo Hiu of i r II Y J The Patient Wife The quiet fidelity with which nI woman will dishwash her life away for her husband and chil dren is a marvel of endurance Here is the servitude of women heaviest no sooner is her work done that it requires to bo done again Men take jobs workon them finish them and they are over for good and nil The prospector ending them and drawing pay for the labor is alluring but no such allurments are held out for the wjfe She washes Mon day after Monday the same gar- mentsuntil there is nothing more of them to wash j then they are replaced by others of new mater ial just like them and the rub bing and wringing goes on forev ereShe mends the stockings with tireless fidelity the same holes meeting her gaze week after week for if there is darned place in a sock he invariably puts4iis irrepressible toe through its Every morning the rooms are put in order only to be in the wildest disorder by theftime night falls There are no jobp each one different no terms no pay The same socks the same washing the same room every timeftlaOitTO13THI CONDITION OF THE Clay City National Bank At Clay Olty in the state of Kentucky nt the close of business June 23 10D9 RESOURCES Loans and discounts n 10101636 Overdrafts secured and unsecured to 5f 760 67 USBonds to secure circuyn BOCOO 00 Premiums on 17 S Bonds 1 BOO 00 87210Dariklnghousefprnlturl fixtures e n 1 8 OOO1 Other real estate ownedtq viiWi Due froiri approvedreserYO t- agents 665r44- Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 1318 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 576H5 575445 Redemption fund with U S TreasrC of clrln 2500 00 Total d7543 44 LIABILITIES Capital stojkpnid in + 50000 00 Surplus funde 900000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 215000 Nntl bank notes outstanding 50000 00 Due to otlerNational anks trrmn 79 Individual deposits subject to check 8323715 Cashiers checks outstanding 150 60 Bills payable including certificates of deposit for nion cy borrowed 10000 00 Total 20764244 STATE OF KEI COUNTY OF WEI1ss 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 AT White Cashier Subscribed arid sworn to before Inc this 28th day of Juno 1009 Luther Loving Notary Public My Commission expires at the end of the next regular session of the senate CORIIEOT Attest M II Courtney I Jno D Atkinson Clms Scott q Directors See our line of Walk Over Shoes and Qxfnrds for Men in the new Spring and Summer styles Hardwick Ce- Stanton McCALL PATTERNS CelcbrarrU tar lyle perfect fitr hnptletty4nu- reliability 40 tot ea and town livthe united Stvter and Canada Or by mail direct More lOrd than any other make Send for lice catalogue McCALIS MAGAZINE More subscribe thlnanrrother faihlon magazine million a ID Lat cst dre 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for their female troubles has been found to relieve headache backache pain in the side and diz j arising from deranged organs It does more ji than relieveif used persistentiyrmany hivewrit i ten say cured them t TAKE of tI I I i 1 337rIt Will Help You f Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured 1 mo after doctors and everything elsq hadfailed I had been suffer ing with numb spells ever since I was 16 years old One day I saythata long and fair trial Mrs Johnson suffered years Have you Do you wish to But why suffer at all Take Cardui Give it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STORES SUtYftRY OF L E TIME TflSLE EastBound WestBonnd DallyI DailySt tiOUfl I INo1 I J rp M A M A M P M A M y J225 735 Lexington 055 605 1025 305 813 Winchester D12 520 946 320 82GL E Junction Doo 507 934 334 842 Indian Fields 8454l3 020 35n D is 2 OLAY CITY 435 002ti j 358 0iO Stanton 8 J5 42 405 015 Roeelyn tt1 SdM 410 i 848 41 I 922 Fil4onY S03 41 842t I 30n 38 Cstt ton I ritlon 1118gr7IIn of 4 4 tI 10Fio17 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