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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 22, 1909. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1909 cla1909072201 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, July 22, 1909. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1909 $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. 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hated in ho Republican primary But it the Democrats only put up a few candidates and these jo make a campaign of whiskey trickery und money with no at tempt to remedy the present reckless expenditure of the peo ples money by our county ofli iciala we independents had better r stay out of the fight See our line of Cook Stoves and a + ti- ItatifM VecanBell theintcheap t er tbaapeddlersor matroraenhotisb- U iiI ra or e9er suet i It lMi r1 iaate- A z where tQfinduasbopldanytfiing be unsatisfactory with the stove or range Hardwick Co- StantonaKy This Sale Continues i The hot weather sale at Mrs A is providing a general 1public benefit sale Many dollars st are being saved by the buying pub- licfi i who are visiting this store dur t ing these hot days If you are not one of the satisfied customers your sbpuld be y i c J L i i v i- y I r f Mo I J ro 11 f A f yt 4- i1III PcJ- J tII liF f d r17r w WaltersvilleBia- ckbprrying e seeing to bo all the gp here now i ilr Leslie Toad is vis tin Nrl Lexington thinweek- TheSunday school at this place is progressing nicely The protracted meeting began at Powells Valley Monday night andis getting along nicely llfss Ada Puckett was the guosVpf Misses JMamie and Etn= ma Walters from Sunday till rueaday I Mrs Fred Tiptpn and children came iip froTn Ford Tuesday to visit h rpar ltslEldnnd Mrs brttnster irs Dillard Snpwden who came up from Winchester Sun day to visit her father Wm Snowderij Sf1 returned home Tuesday v Snow Greek Mrs Nannie Parker has been quite sick this wcfek School began here Mpnday with Miss Lula Bowman as teacher Harvey and Nick Vivion visit ed relatives at Kiddville last week BFox bought of JackPar ker olio yoke pf oxen at private figuresf tfirXv fvk 1 Li tf were hero from Riickervilje 1uesdaySFor kindof summer wear for women menj girls or boys see our tines Can interest you in quali ty prices andassortment Hardwick Co- Stantpn Lot us credit the trusts with some forbearance The icetrust has not yet asked for a tariff on hailstones P c r I SHIMFESSELS1 The Old Reliable PlaceI For Everything You Need in s GeneraIMerchandise fi q Goods Delivered td All Parts of the Cityt fl Cbuntrjr Produce BoughtTand Sold Ira N t A Literal Share of Your Patronage S Solicitedit I I HIMFESSELiS v r t 1A cit KENTUCKY ti c Yf tiv W r c tJ L lY t ci tti I i v ftt tI Of KENTUCKV iqjJSHOW CPRN Rapki4ICoinmjseionerIn turej Labor Statistics line has been appolni d VjcePresi dent for Kenltatky of tlie Na tionaLCoTii Ae MMation and announces OiatJ will make exhibit at t tiatlonal Corp t- nn EXPOSlboD in O iaha Decem= bar lth to l thitArrangeme9tBJer made at a ren e rn association IqiFrllnkfortthir u a high place atid win many of the prizes in Iheillst worth 50 000 which isolfar4dat the show in Omaha jirlfmukin laps one rhundredtucky growinge n from pure seed They will ttow this in an exhibit tol Clie drat the Kentucky State c lIground8 and then the bos WiUo to the Na tionnl show 1As is well k i Kentucky stands hilh i1 STjofn produc in state whee is con sidered Iti 1 hope of M- rRankinandhworkers to bring the ayarp 1 per acre up to araonfjt Ha the U sited States The hotvjTr t weather sale i6Mji ins the vzeMlti rQbargains J F Clark lit gone to the Old Masons Hpnfd at Shelby villo to staykis nice clean and resp cfabr old gentleman woW ortiiyto behon ored by a home i th Masons He was formerlyoneV Clay Oit ys substantial citizena and his adversity in his dclining years has been of grejitpregret to the people pf home will say that hilnever had a more desirable inmate than J FClark y 4P Liberty Brand atsfor Alen and in all the nevrsbape8 and shades Hardwick Co r Stanton Notice of Assignees Sale vy As Assignee of SJand M J Miller I onf the 2nd day of August 10Ontthe Court House Kentucky soil to thev highest and best bidder at Public Auction fifty acres otIand situated on the waters of CanoiCreek Pow ell County Kentucky consist ing of fourteen acres of bottom- land and th rtyoesbtacresof hill laud the sameadjofning the lands of H WUlbughby and Mrs Chapman with a straigh line between tits tract and the homestead allotted to said S J- andMJ Miller Sale will be made on a credit ors months purchaser being raqiiired to ex equto bortd with proved security bearing interest from date The said tract pf land is appraised at 8 tqOtahd is u iraluBibla piece of Oprty sit bated in ti g deentmunityand- suitable1for liWfarm- This y ff TlYx L OWNSEMDl 1 I Aeigaeei ik J 4Work on Bridge Begins 1helhighway bridge crossing the river at Wjiltersville which was swept away May 1st by the big tide is being put in and will soon be ready for travel again The bridge company claims they have done the best they could taking the jobs in turn as they got them Thecontract which they have to put in this bridge says it shall be completed not later than August 1st and it looks like they fliay get it done by that tinJe out the bridge has causedgreat inconvenience to the traveling public but tis a circumstance which no one could help and for which no one is responsible Dont Want Dog Law Repealed At a meeting held in Louis ville the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association passed the following resolution That we reaffirm our faith in the Ken tucky dog law and ask our incoming Senators and Represen tatives to give it their support and we further desire to call their attention to thefact that besides paying for the sheep that they have killed since the enactment of the law it has put 188 000 into the public school fund of the State Mrs J 0 Allen received a telephone message yesterday af statingthat tellinghertothe ftrnoon train The B iir teen are overjoyed with the prospects of extending the Mountain Central Railroad from Campton to their thingforsee the road built Dentistry Dr S P Hamman dentist will be in Clay City June 10th for prac tice Anyone having teethneed ing attention should call and see him in the Waldron building r CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Following is Program for Chris tian Endeavor Society Sunday evening July 2gthat 7 pm Heroes of Missionsin China SongSociety The Gospel Spells Missions A M Burgher The Salt of the Earth Mollie Johnson The Light of the World Bonnie Rich Tile City on a HillMrs Cecil Williams c The Customs and Religions of ChinasCecil Williams The Present Upheavel in OhinaAdn Johnson Is Child Life Reverenced inI Heathen Lands Edna Earnest uDo Lands where Christ is Unknown Educate the Peopje Carl Garrett What is the Remedy for Hea then Lauds Nora Rich Name Some Heroes of Mis sions in China Grace Shim fessel Love Under Persecution Etta RobertsR SongSocietyRoll Benediction Dont fail tobavDr Ham an- fix yourteeth Satisfaction guar innteedj The money invested in bee trod ere battleship would establish ail 4Y inBn armiAtakie S1AP1Ar h t krl state in the Union or build two 10000 labor temples in every state or build 1000 miles of macad amized roads in one year We think the country would be fur better off with a few more goodroads and a less number of battleships See our Jineof Queen Quality Shoes and Oxfords for Wemen in the new shades and lasts- Hardwick d Co- Stanton Ky y y BIG BARGAINS IN MILLINERY eie Seeee Hats SOc andup Every Hat at a Big Redufftion tHats made and Trimmed to Order by 0 MrS WNBush r 4the+ r Central Hotel Sample Room fj rif I tjC v i fl 1 W ir 1 t H ir I r THE TIMES rUBLISHED EVERY THUHSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per rear iUd vance th wise7 5 Cents Entw oVaa Becondclnss mail matter Thnrsay Jury 22 1000 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub Bcribere vtfhave arranged club ratei with the following papers at prices be1v mentioned The TIMES and CourierJourhar UOO u Cincinnati 110 H Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Country Rejoicing The whole country is now reo joicing over the fact that the new tariff bill is about to become a law and end the uncertainty which has been BO harmful to business for the past several mouths The bill as it passed the Don ate affords but very little re lief to the people The bill however has been very much improved incdtiferhncQ and af fords a very small measure of relief i H featujePlthatdeserves the greatest praise and that is the provision tax ing the net incomes of corpora tions The credit for this fea ture is due entirely to President Taft whoso honest and earnest endeavors to place a just share pf tlib burdens of Governnierit ron tiQ wealthy caunQtrJbopra Js C d IIglily 1 I TIiQ corpOi tlori are ait mad as hornets but tliey are begin ning to realize that many peo ple in this country while dis liking the principles of Social ism increasing numbers of them are contending that it is tetter fflrttie Government of the Unit ed States to own all property thnii for a few great corpora tions and individuals to own 05 of tho property and thu practically own the people by dictating the salaries that shaW be paid and also dictating the prices that Jhoy must paylfor the necessaries of life Cor porntions are jeginning totake notice more than eversbeforey and well thy may A Democratic Wave Besides the national wave for Democracy there is a local cur rent blowing just ti Strong Pow ell of coursowill go her usual strength Democratic fireathitt is going Democratic tile Tenth Congressional district is going 011tIll forts of the trusts mid all the moneyed powers that be The people arolearning that the ma jority of the Republicanleaders car for the rich to be made tidi j er anil the poprcangoto well wherever t hoy canget Many Jn dislridt voted for JolinLallgleydxpect Io ing beforo this tiinQ to have turn pikeff eproiK J all over tho istrict JOhlS piKes 1itent yet shown up andf tho people are becoming restless about the m tfehJQhn will probably explain the matter i that it Avill take Ijni anothej tern in Cob reas to get the mat ter tliroughr1and this time prob RjYh vvjll tolfthem hais gojng fo vj tMoVemn1Qntrun fr e C I 2i- 0 t it J M r d 1 t f1 t fS 1 6 or i automobiles along these pikes fo all who vote for him But the majority of the voters are up t9 Johns cks and when the einok has cleared away soine good Democrat will be sitting back in Congress and John will be won dering how it was done A Republican district in Colorado 10 000 strong elected last yetir Judge John Rucker a Democrat to Con gress by 5000 majortty because the Republ cans found out on their candidate what the voters liavp learned about John LanR l ybe was a deceptive egotist The common people of this country ought to feel jubilant o yet the great reduction on the necessities of life by the propos ed Aldrich tariff bill While it is true that bologna sausage which is free under the Dingey bill is to be taxed 25 per cent ad valorem and the rate on un bleached cotton is raised 125 per c6nt and on bleached cotton 400 percent yet radium this neces sary article which heretofore has cost us 2470024 per ounce hae been reduced until now under the Aldrich poor mans tariff bill wo will be able to buyall we want at only 2000000 per ounce Olive Hill Times The laboring man today unde Republican rule works for the trusts every day they will let him and works one day for their party bosses How many days do these friends 1 work for the laboring man We have a number of mens suits that will close Out regardless of cost Will sell them at the follow ing prices forcash only 1700 lulls for 81 LOP 814 00 suits for 8900 812 oO uiUi fbrl OO If you cauuso any of them youcau pot afford to miss this oppprtunitj Hard wick if Co- Stanton Ky Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Robert Stone Ouar of J PT Stono PlnlnUff versus yames F Stone Defendant Notice of sale incquity- By virtue of a judgment audbrder of sale of tho Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the November Term 1008 tlierebf in the above cause the under signed vlll on theShdday of Aug1009 at 1 oclock P M or thereabout be ing Court Day I will proceed toffer for sale at Public Auction to the estbidder on a credit of 1Ix1i10ntbs- at tho Court House door 8 tan ton Ky the property mentioned in the judg ment to wit t- A certain tract or parcelof land sit tinted on the waters of lied River jri Pflwell County Kentucky bounded on the North by J 0 Patricks land which was purchased of the Plaintiff Robert Stone on tho East by tho lands of tate Bohanhon known as th0 Boone Williams fnrm ion the South by Iho lands ot Caleb Creed heirs on jlie West by the lands of Bobt Stone eon taining 41 acres being n portion of tho Nnncy Stone farm that was allotted to the infant defendant Jf F Stone In the division of said farm among theliolrs ofniild Nancy Stonc nltotlier small tract of Janiohtlio North side of the LfE Railroad nnd ort tho Boutlt and pn the VJstnnd North by the JanJs of MJG OJark contoining abqnf l acres being also a portion of tho Nauey Stontj frmt sufllcicnt fereof to produce v v r iorii5f d- Wb611ftdc to T1ie lnQh1lfcJwiJ1fbtJeqJ4lrcd to giVo oW ltrapproy jdsePlIriti for Ulbjpaymcnt x ftll habl1f oan to jiavptlfo force atidlBffe of alieplevrn BoHdf bearing legal Interest frqjMthfj d yoralofaeCQrdlrljitoJa Bidders wiU be prep redto comnly with tljeseterniB Alien will be ro AaiBcd on the fluid sold tillall fJM1 pur chae yI id JB6na payable QONliptf laftt 9 PJ1SiJAQWj J t Ait tl t i rtr IJ tiJrfit r J r wV t hJ 2 9 iIlYf f 0 4 0 C T Jiy 1 filtI1 tt J Q fetl 8 IfSCie l brought Ui C 1lt i95 l1lfhri t 2 I ct eWarl The readers pfrtf8 VIA bji lJb pleased to leiirn W t Mfr is al least ono dreadaclldleaee that gel crice has been ijl cur6 msl Its stages audthat S gitarrhi Halla Catarrh Cure is only positive euro nowknown to e ra teriiity Catarrhingta constitu tiortal diseaserfequirra cdnslitu tionai treatmerilY Halls Catarrh Cure is taken iriterBallyV acting dl rectly upon the bl 0d and mucous surfaces of the o fu thereby de stroying the foundation of the dis ease and glvihjkthlcpaUent strength by buildinR Ap ishuti9n pd assisting nauireii flojng its 7irki The propnetorshjelBQ much faith in its curative ft J thoydt ier One IlUridValilbollarffifpr any case that it fail t culei Send for ilist of teatimonlal y Address F J z Co To lodo 0 rfSold by all d t875q Tako Uatl ali l li g con stipation to OOmmiSSltJler S Sale PZ p sj weli CIrCJtlt Court J M EYcrmnn rCJ plalnUftS versus DavidJohllsOHr JjJ en fnl NoUee orH1 lBy vlrtqeot j JWblj rQ sale otthl Px VeJjW ltlC Mr i r U dcred at l thcreOflnthdt l r- Bigned wUt iyq daYt rt Wflr zroffer foj sale a t e highest blMerh 1M I 9f x- oritliJ t rStar i tr W ftidjl1t- 1ie1 i i t ot r j1 and fbythlt1i i W st Ho mk r and Alfred I nde- rl i bl t V nqon- E S bythcl rts iid coritainlngaboutrlW fficitfnt tberctfu IrOi1U rfor rel qJl1ailo girhe U ChaiJ 4qUI c W give bond wilhp Oih toJ the paywonfeof the a 9i yto have N orco add 1 pfevln- BQ1d OOf1lug l tdunthe- d9y relee glYJi lfkers- mue lrcJ16rCt t hei crllt8 lI j d1 e Jarid sold tijl all tln Jrioney is paid Bond 1ay bl ta O r RO LULU mq1S t Master 0omrPo ItO Urt sIrEDo 1111111 tG UejKTeQ ard eUDerltDlOur 1we1 t 1 t 1 tk IrIolr 1- 0l OJi Om 1 w ttr4 t A1Mln i 100- 1f tooyl4 d- Pltklec U4 Mol tGRL NOittu8fj13118 It om 1 c tJf Jr 1it JlQ lf T t 1 1RE a E erv J t ft I krhaI4 i yr ir r a1G 5 S L ONTINUE 1 I jr t HE Over helmtr g uj9essofoourHotipeatliv 1 er sale has 30 1o uraged its that we hay l j decided to cdntinue this sale little mile longerj i l meriifber r L 1 WE VHts n v rit iDgJr1 l totoat BIG RE X1GTIONSf t ihjiprices inordef to makaroom for Full arid Winter Goods s lr f fyfc tindourMidSun1merhivcritQ it s i 7 iL 1FPYou should attend thJ8Balotov8npply youf wants in 1 F DressGoo ds rTotionsFurnishihgs Laces and Em J fjbroider es Underwear Hosiery Dress Skirts i I Boys Suits and Pants Mens Suits and Pantg H fli Mans Hats f Shoos W meI s Ghl rens jif Shoes China Glass and Tin ware Milli 7 randInfaot I 13 to 14 off regular prices v- Be t f sure togefe our prices nnd compare our goods before itmaking your pufchases J Mrs J W W U am j e c Jayt r t isM M t j P t j J Y 4 r 1 J i ljt r t The Whltest WhlteGaJe r jh Thi Jjl ht st Light Rolls tktAnJ tlakJest Biscuit y t Jjj Ji e lbdoWbcu You UtiC Mi ami BalersJ Mi J1JO ir fakfno OffierlS wryf Sick aranteefl r t vOr 1 I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES Y lbtour l din er haJ1 Jt Ji f 0 r NPW J 1 1 11lJ1 I i T It r 4 I 1 W E iWisn Tdiwyrto tbe feood teqplo o pur l om p fJlp c rf iPHtti itW 1i oP Jfll QlIjJJ Ihi W 1 he U 6 1jN f7 Nortb Nin r i 4f JrE tn hi fplr le P tjiS g tSrr SiJl B1 j st rjc gUtt JJIB rjQ dalldsJ t i 0011 Sew p iB 6aiId Ji ttpg vi S ll anil iEDtii z rf1 vPl h 11ih 1 t U iBJii fXQq 9ji L j n 1J r1 J11iit prfc t v tJ1tt yt n f1 n IIhiltt i H Qure i l Da1C On 1 i A rr 3i 3i 4 jp S w I iTfy J i p r- r t14c b j 4IfI Y 1 SxFii 1tt 1 4Ir 1 i 1 i W ao 10 4 f It FHhEtTIMESr c J I ANAfifi fQME MADE PAPER 1 X l rJ 1JR5DAYa July22 1000 a1y i Y90Ap EVrrIES link VIIINSCOrs ltox A t 1 KOLA jIt t It jt w- tE1tBegton moved to Irvine i yretezdity 1 i Qnrgo was visiting friend i 4i in Winchester Monday 4a The1 pnbliptools openinj Upon manyjparfSTJf the county J P Y D 1teor Winchester was in the city on business Fri s slay sMisfees JennieandGertrudi ittlenage of Louisville are VI- St itingfrfends in the city t Mrs Edward Rose is visiting her sister J D Mardis at Cov r Ingtpn who is very sick tDonH9rg tthe hot weather salt l vl8 continued at Mrs Williams OBjg redaction in many articles fMi8s Nora Barnes of Salt Lick t is visiting her sister rsO F 4 Daniei at Vaughns Mill t atDlrsPm 0 Martin and two 4v t fchijdreh spent from Sunday till 1 yesterday with relatives at Vin tfy srf 0 JWilliamewho has been 0Danex1endedvisit to a sister in Oklahoma has returnee 1 ihome 1 t i jRiM Morton and wife of ri Rp8etyn were the guests of Ed- wardZ Road and wife Saturday Maid Sunday i t fi D ateSP ateruan dentist S- t11Jsaeupstairs ia tile Waldroi w building Call aad bave your teeth pxainl ned j r The city schools will begin ft this time Monday August 2nd which isthefirst Monday in the r tom nibnth One month earlier than t i i uBual i of1fhllerflOreeK1I tip A hassoldhis farm ofI 100 acres nearthis it to Carter 21t r Reynolds for liG500cC Mr I i Jiouiitz bought this place of P 11 t T DC Tpdtfabput two years ago at f 1450 fr 1 During the balance of the seasdt d t j we will give you nn interesting re F +y- ydUCtI0n1npriceQnanythinginonr Jine it pay you to t anlllinerp f get ourprtuea BarawickCO c taaton Ky tio rWt presidentbfJ2 51 t C Stitioiiia railroada director of 1 shville rail0 the Louisville tit r t egad chairman qf the Board of k KDirectors ofthp bla Fin J r vt itnoe IIJ Opmpanyof Lest rgville pda iudelyknonft fli oierdiwdahltfsbofienLou- ritf lir jIV U last weekaftera longg iU uncle ofJ1 + 11Uaac Deceaeaan fin FGoxt formerly OMalnr of- y ftiydity National Bank l r i v MwuANBghtp yeltadd Fir i Phe worsL night riJria e nato r dNet ales sills TIii y ktui forQYouPfTet t tfi llitF It lrNew Life II t Pita sI iIMYNxljlaGl9B orih f yl oaeaientwlalwap kolaniag- et 41t K a9 oK N ir l 4 J f 1r l rif t xx t1- t 1i 7S r k t pit p I J j jd L1 Insurance Cdmhiissloners Report Tim annuallreportofOV Bell State Commissioner of Tn surnnce on the business of life fidelity and casualty companies during the year 1008 shows that the thirtysix foreign life compa nies itsued during the year 148 172 policies carrying a total insurance of 8800820791 The policies lapsed totaled 124000 and their total value was 81238 400 The premiums collected in the State totaled 7707058 Loss es paid totaled 8170988 At the close of the year Kentucky companies had the following business Citizens Life 27522 850 Commonwealth rE89154- 65InterSouthbrn1015200South ern National safe 804 500 Sees Mother Grow Young UIt would be hard to overstate the wonderful change in my moth er since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs WL Gilpat rick of Danforth Me Although past 70 she seems really to be growing young again She suffered un told misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither eatdrinknor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such won ders for her health They invigorate all vital organs cure Liver and Kidney troubles induce jjleep impart strength and appetite On ly 50c at all druggists Old Swindling Game Swindlers are operating an old amoin several States A number of men enter town and do posit in banka few good checks upon which they draw About the time they have a solid footing in the community they deposit a largo certified check The lastj deposit is gtfneraU- ymadeoJrSattirdaymornlng and he money jo the extent of the check withdrawn Saturday at noon when the paying teller is busiest The crooks then have ortyeight hours start as the news of the invalidity of the beck is not received until Mon lay morning wII BUY younwaDL i lifBESoFURS I I GltlSaJlfGerdeaareBeakS aDdcaule better foroua- haa ants or commisnon mercha- ntRefereaceenyBank m Louisville hipJH SABCL A SONS eaIMIa-2t ltafkft II LOUHVILtE KTi 1M 1I HlLmnIIK v Beane Mest- as t l t+ttstt airs ltaaaaw s ii Qff tasrasw rqA yr r srsYa y 4 Ift Tty- T na i N- Cn c 2 v5 1 Jt iMr 1 1lPf lt slmtJffi SPRINUc 4 i Miss Ze sc har begun het schoolatrvife this coun ttyIL L Janioll bought poyeral ambs here jastveeb at 5 cents per poubiiF Presiding E7A South gate cottductttd lnattcrly meeting services atjTacksphs Chapel Saturday and br hday J H Thomas has begun the public school rC Mr Thomas is one of the pioheer teachers of the county find a jbviiil good fellow wh0m WB are glad to have with us T c Tortured Oft A Horse For ten yeatI couldnt ride a horse without being in torture from piles writes JJriSNapire of Rug less Ky when r all doctors and other remedlea failed Bucklen1 Arnica Salve cured me Infalli bin for Piles Befhs Scalds Cuts Bolls Fever BoroB Eczema Sal Rheum Cornsbc Guaranteed by til drUggistfli f Life iodoeo eersAgo ScientiNt haVe foiind in a cave In Switzerland bliofmen who hv ed 100000 yearsagg when life was ru constant daneeVftom wild beasts Today the dahgecas shown by A W Brown of mder Mek is largely from deadly disease If it had not been fer I r Kings New DIscovery whichcured me I could not have lived1 he writes suffer oringas ja severe lung onble and stubborn cough1 To sure Sore Lungs Cold8 obstinate Roughs and prevent Pneumonia ts the beat medicine on earth50c Ind 100 luarnteed liyall iruggiste if SEEDStttlll RPRCIl OFFER1- 1Wp haalle 71w1iiAkW1r- eYoa ear t resvwataMemse If m 5kaAhlbflTLisSt t r be vans 11Uss 1 alleWrite t4y lIlIMtIW Peer U hN I SENDIO CENTStitle 1 =ueC rz antyPmtw W ue VHi Vlnat W 1 IS68 OWm I m1OAPITAL St xs WIN NKwSNOBWY- NULTY 01 1WITHRRBP eUNPsis6- PHARwn R Q SHrtyrt YOUR ACXJtJNTS SOfXCOITISD ttWW W K +t + J i- I f JRfAUPP1N Watchniakia r y JH14 Jeweler AN lflnds of lyaicJ 4 Clock sad ItabeeebtiTermsP1ilACTON JeWtltydc stialt r ia f 9 rti j- i w n A Afraid of Ghosts Many people are afraid of ghosts Pew people areftrad of germs Yet the ghost ii a fancy and the germ isa fact If thegerm could be magnified to a size equal to Its terrors it would appear more terrible than any fire breathing dragon Germs cant be avoided They are in the airwe breathe the water we drink The germ can only prosper when the condition cf the yetem gives it fce scope to establish it self and develop When there is a deficiency of vital force languor restlessness a sallow cheek a hollow eye when the appetite is poor and the canfortifyen Medical Discovery It increase the vital power cleanses the system of clogging Impurities enriches the blood puts the tom ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition so breedGoldenhabit forming drugs All its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION andwith a record of 10 yean of cures Accept no aubstitute there is nothing just as good Ask your neighbors Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY 7 KENTUCKY JCapital Paid in t 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals ac NKl ceptedon the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department t 35 Compound Interest Paid SemIAnnually on Savings Deposits BOARD OF DIRECTORS IM H COURTNEY J D ADICINSON Hi CHARLES SCOTT J F Cox A T Wurrr I OFFICERSiM H COURTKKV Pres t1 CHAS SCOTT VicePros A T WIIITT Cashier li J lQ 1t tit Wrt tJIW zr1Z1i IJWI i1 U t- n1 to 1 + + + I + + + + 1 + i INSURE WITH i I p A LYON SON JS+ iRepresented 5 wthovi + + + + + + ti+ +f +t t +++ tf+ + + + I RIEDLINC PIANOSembddy everydetaUtbat can pose hy add to the value ofa f hd iey highest grade The lowpFtcc 3t v1Jch they are astonishes those compet enttoudgeofFianoyalue Rledllng Sona Piano means artistic re Suits in one touch durability and case design Send for catalogue and flame and address of our agent in your VicinityA rum caItm r i s nti J i TSfesJ tto S f Owi LiJ J aIr f 5e1 4 IV V 3 PROFESSIONAL CARDS i R AIRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND 8 RQEON- OLAv OITY K BRSMITH M D PHtSIOIAJi AND UfU EON CLAV CITV 0 kV DCWbLlr1Attorney lit CounseUor Law rANToN KENTUCKY Oeneral Practice In all Courts of the Com oi1vealthI WeAsk You to take Cardui for your female troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy I YnHE Df CARODI has Drought relief to thousands of 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 HI Sold in This City w Any Time is Bliss Time Keep a box of Bliss Native Herbs on hand for all emergen cies for headache distress after eatlngbWouaneaacon- BtJpationrheu maUsmbloodd- isorders Take a tablet once in a while Just for healths sake I IBLISS HERBS NATIVE I is an oldtime remedy of roots herbs and barks preaaedlnto- tabletscasy to take 106 tablets for 100 guaranteed to benefit or money beck tkt Ibc genuine In yelow i boxes only rnade by BUSS in Waihlijtfton DCS- OLD L BY W Q PATRICK KIMBRELL v KY NO MOREHEADACHE SALLADES Nerve Alga Geld and Sliver Headache Powders A positive and permanent cure for aU forms of headache and neuralgia Is compounded by one of the best chem I fets in the United States Positively has I no morphine or dangerous opiate in its composition and will cure the most violent headache caused by biliousness nervousness in ten minutes if used as directed It leaves the head clear and bright and the strength renewed There is nothing just as good Can bo taken affectsfiMn Doll Arevlll Mtdlion Wltc writes Vour Hen HaduhPowderveotlrely cored me orSlck Headache Mrs Wro Filmore Albany NY writes Nothlnz like your Hens Alga Headache Pow deri They have cured of Periodical Head aches Would not be without them Mr W B Pearl Wueca MinD trrltea AlgaHclaeh21 ceats a box at all druggistst Write for free sample BALLADE CHEMICAL CO PondduLac Wis 0 Elctricl ngelssCdIsInJlervoua Bitters I weaknesses they are the supreme remedy aa thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY RAND STOMACHDROUBLE it ia the best iodJdnejover a 1 11 1 J t 7 At t i r1H r1 t f i tf i fi 1- Se6our line of Walk Qver Shoesand Oxfords for lcnihihe new Spring and Sumnifer styles Hardwiek Coj Stanton A rollhi stone dont tjlimb- II iil1ay you to look at our line of Mens Boys and Youths Clothing before making your pur chase HardwJclc Co- Stanton Dr S P Hammnn dentist is now located for practice In Clay City See him and have your work done at home Satisfaction guar anteed Commissioners xSale Powell Circuit Court Thos Martin Guar IlaintllT- voreus Bon Martin c Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered at the Juno Term 1009 thereof in the above cause the un dCrstgned will on the 2nd day of Aug 1C09 at 1 oclock P H or thereabout being Court Day Iwill proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit A certain house and lot situated on 2nd street in Clay City Kentucky and on the North side thereof bounded on the East by the lot of Peter Phillips on the North by the alley on the West by the lot of J K Page and being 25 feet in width by 120 feet long or sufficient thereof to produce so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Re plevin Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to jaw Bidders will be prepared tolcbmply with these terms A lion will bo re tained on the land sold till nil the pur chase money is patdY Bond payable to Commissioner rk03IDLUS JAOKSJ9N Master Oomr Powell 0 0 uommissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court J 0 Patrick Plaintiff t versus Malinda Miller Defendnnt Notice ofSale in Equity ly virtue of n Judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the June term 1009 f thereof in the nbove cause the under signed will on the 2nd day of Aug thereaboutluelng ouer for sole at Public Auction to the Litest bidder on a credit of Birmontlis rt the Court House dour in Stnnton Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit I Situated in the town of Stanton and 41endor thereof to produce 104iO so ordered i to be The mntlelgive bund with approved security for the payment of tle purchase money I to Jiave the force and effect of a lie j plevin Bond bearing legal Interest iiom thodny of sale Recording to law J reIiaincdc HO money is paid Bond myable Cpmmitisloner r i05tULU8 JACKSON Master Comr Powell 0 0 I 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE I TIlADEMAM8I Jone endlne alketOb anI desorlpUon QUlcklJuCerlnlli 011 I uyenUII ta probabl OIlBIOnfmWbotheraalIonl etrletlooJlddentiai lent tree UhlltC Iaten taken S tiiiOHmrk A omel dweeltl tArtr Kc- mlaUoaot an aollllUlo jouraal Ialour IOw l Bold 11eWI tkMraaek L 1 t j I it 7tt1i + i f ift1 4IIif j tj ifIi J f t e INDIMIAL FARM8 1Willl pprJ t Gr BI Grassf lr r CON D 1tIOH rF RfEXHIBITS 7t 4 All Kerituek lfarrnVrs Ellfilblo toE ter Extraordinary comettlvoE 1 hlbltUn JeffSimple Conditions Set Out Befow Do Not Forget That En tries Glo eMariday August 2 In order tofatlmulale Intrestln 1m proved agriculture aad to otter oppor tunity to tpth world the char acter of farm1 products grown In this section the ijlue Grass Fair to be held at Lexington the week of August 914 has framed ceBdltionsfor the following exhibit which Vhould be one of Its roost attracUyjB ridbetfeflcral features Exhibit of ifodUctslrom individual 1snQt1 sir from appended list to be sKbwB ltobe grown by exhibitor 100 dlvldjoVintO tour pre miums 50185 f15 10 From the following list the exhlbitor Is to choose net less than six products of his own famtxrbe shown and it 1 also und tt4 that exhibitor may show as l8BY inpre than six as he may desire lHurley Tpbae One plant of green tobacco in pother out Hemp ThreeiHchbundli Corn in StaHcjSix stalks Sorghum laBtalk x stalks Wheatln itraw chl ti bundle Oatsln WTW l Ch bundle Rye in Str y Twolneh bundle Barley iHjBwtw Twotach bundle Alfalfa T f6teeh bHadle Red CIOTgT 8hb adle Alslke TwrtkwU baadle Crimson Civ r TweihchbundI Soy Bea TWOl ekbtin lle Cow Peas TivoiHeli bundle Blue GrawTwelHeii bundle rlmotbbTj l1eh btl1idle OrchardJr w TSfoln3li bundle German wilfGtt TWoladi bundle FotatoM Uaa6f six 1namedfTl Mii tJy JoInts on t1 f r1M Ql1alty 60- Ppoints jemm rcf l talue rt Bg nto 15 1IfWhere d In the b dlth JtMfjrlli consider both quality andqw atlty I All samplea ifcRgralM auflt be cor ecl1ynam d toT rletr Tags to so designate tae besupplied by the BuperihtMd ftrtiH charge Each exhibit BMwtbe arranged so as not to occupy Swire than fire feet of wall space ItliVuggeated that all exhibits of BnaaMJgraias grasses and legumes be attMfe teJa board as in this way a Jnu heeffective display fIn o it Is suggested that plants IntiicWd for exhibit be grown in pots thiwgh cut tobacco may also be shown Where an feAJlEiltor grows both smooth and beJeS wheat he may if he BO desires straw a bundle of each and vesameo8 taB twojsf the six articles require te permlt bis exhibit The phrase uffi Ihch bundle Used todeslgnateIltijJ1t1yto be shown means two ihchtptin diameter wh- eretledtiAll exhibits wllljbe marked by Dumber tags alone rdDO names of ex hibitors shan inifij case be attached nor shall there be any desisnation used wherebltbe deatlty of exhibitors may bci known after awards Bro made Jj JExhibitors fro na county in Ken tucky will be eligjWe to competition Entries plose Mondai Aug 2 at 6 oclock pW andj entry wlll be accepted tbereaftef All exhibits ujwcbe placed not later than 6 6 ciockpm 79f Saturday Aug 7 and no exhlb wat hsnotln place and complete at fjhat time s iall be- ellglblctocomffl9 a tof the Kentucky ExperlmentSta wlU ast as judge Prof GeorgeRaberts of the State TJnitrerplty of Ke ldsky will be Super In chapseiThe mlttel for the department cpnslst nMr 0 E Marvin chalrnlanl Prpr00W JHathews Dr 8 Hi Haltey Praf George Roberts Mr George O Kaiwter- 71iou5h Jn no Telatlng to this exhibit or cowInlfisteVeoajpetitlon for any df the prbea oiHid UesmaDage enl ot tile iDllGNIFJalrI llratl- ft o titba KentuekyKxpdrl merit iltljt a display at thefflr on the i rdfkthtiFJor l I JWlctte IItI III b held 0 h fdlflplw Iltu prln frofUu ftA Y r ot aJple 7QII r 11ti It t j Ir P q f 0 elLJ qr IIr fj d r Ci c I srojra jon he Experiment jStailon farm but wilt alfto attempf lp e Jntelligibly the Insect peits vhlch are a marked detrinient to farrn liJi grpWfl Jn Central ICefitUcklandlAvhlch can bo 8Ucce sfully combatted by farmers whoj use1 rmproye methods recommended by the Experiment ta tlon As in pist years ihe Blue dfass IJalr vjll contlntie both day nnd nlRht durhlgth ea t t t 9th t 14th Each evening beginnIng at 730 a tiand concert will o given the full program of fri ftc9 will fqllow and are larife nSsregatiorfof shows wjl bo open I 1iI 1 Oentrti Hotel CLAV CITY KY W N BUSH Prop Rooms Newly Furnished House Thoroughly Renovated Throughout I TAKE t f- F t l l f u 1atbfs TJ Mr SI or- 11ncloJ sc l rtrts j ic 10 JfffiC O TTI j IJj Nlh YllnkElldl atr and Slain Remover l IMf RbVED an PEOFECiTEp 1 1 Absolutely HarrnlessF- osif fiveiyTemdves Ink Sfaips lr ntPaper Lliicii aTid White Go6ds aUand Hands removes Mildefor iStInkOut No office complete without it An absolutely andStahl 1 an Invaluable adjunct to arty household jWe faWNt Yourdeaier Is autmrlz6d to refUIK your monPJIe if InkOut docs not d all w i it when used to directions Tako no sk for Inki getUngltThe and facSimlle8Iglfatu ri the top of 0010 sale by stationers andothers i PRICE 25 CENTS Ityour dealer cannot supply you send leeIn lumps and we will you apaekiga direct JOHN DIAMOND Sole Manufacturer Philadelphia OS A 1 j Avoid Danger J 1 When you are sick or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women dOnjt delay take Car dui that wellknown and successful remedy for women Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages It Will Help You fJMrs tuzui Sneedvilte i Tonn Writes f T6r toa years I suffered wiThthoturn of life and trie ifeuiy remedies without relief I had pains all over my body and times nofr ait up At last I took Cardui and iiowrl can do my housework I have told many ladioa about Cardui and recommend it to allnick vromen Try it AT ALL DRJJg ISTOBES k to I i1 fJ SU1MtRY OF L1 fltvJE LE i EustBound WestBound Np 2I No 411 Stations Scuotry UIQ guarantee according INo Pun 1 I i P 11 A 11 AI PlI A Mr 1 2 21 7 HJ5 Lexington 0 55 05 1025 jo 0 8 13 Vyipchei ter 012 t20 046 I 3 W 8 26 L E Jn notion D 00 6 O D31 2331 8 42 Tndiiin FieldH 84 453 0 20 8 1 h2 OLAY ClflVK 825 + 85 Q 02 4 38 In1O Staiitnh BJ5 4 2 85 i 405 l 15 Iloeslyn 809 v 420 848 11 022 Filflon j4 o D8 Cnuipton Jnhptlon 748 23 578 28 f D Natural Bridge 7 45 355 7 0 JO Torrent 730 1111815 uir 1017 Beuttyville Jot 107 232Q 5 drM n 15 O fc K Junction n t522 705 610 1120 Jackson 610 20 7 O Tlie Following CONNECTIONS are maile Doity Except Sunday 4 L E Junction No8 1 nml 3 will connect with tho 0 Rail wny for Alt StI ling Ky Campion Junctinn Nos 1 23 nnd 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Bnilwity fir film Clmptrn KY I Heattyvillb Junction Nns 3 will cohneot with jhe L df A ttil- wnyfor Denttyvillp Ky 0 K Junction Nos Ban 4 the U b iK nail 4 way for Jannel City TCj and wny BtatiohB t THE RAPID Folding GoCirtconi- bineacomfort durability arid appear anco at tlielowcstpoAaiblo price tint tviut quality motto i i NothIng for the baby We aUo manufacture Thompsons Tolding Crib Sanitary b convenient l and economical pldFQldll1 1No3 1ISll 803414842 8cnJtcrstonnd AylllcbnnecfVUh IngCribb thob1lch li n jlrtkle f r c t rrhe tHt UnCQIIJl C ttJnld 1IfY1urfUQler doen t Iltandle ieeetYU li tI 8CHo Iii J A fl CiIt f fW 1 r S ifi JIh7it ir jf t l f l ii r J J i f7r i 1 tl t IJ 0 L r re f0