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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iy 1 J 4l w t ti i Ii Ct 1 n i- r J J1 i ig Ati rwt f4- fMHE CLAY1 CITY TIMESb r 1 r 7 r 50 Cents a Year in Advance 1 We are here to help Clay Cly lhe SarronnJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher 1111o74XTv r CLAY CITY KY TlSiUHSDAY AUGUST 26 J909 NO 34 Commercial Clubs to Meet II The convention orthe Com Miiorcinl Club of Kentucky will 10 hold in Lexington September 1017 ut tho Opera House Representatives business men from the following towns will be in vited Jackson Suit Lick Clay Oity Morehead Flomingsburg Corinth Willinmstown Somer sot Liberty Oampbellsville 9t ei1sIHlrg Lebanon Shelby i villa Ohristiansburg Eminence QtsentonyMcKiuney Perryville Houstonviile Smithfield Berea Ford Wilmore Campton Stan tori Owingsville Sharpsburg Ewing McKee Sndieville Stamp lag ground North Middletown and Mt Sterling The convention will be open to all men who are interested in the Federation of the Commercial Clubs and who desire to boost k Uentralltentucky G G Down who is president of the congress of Commercial jpfubs ofthe the South will be invited to address the Conven or tionEx Mr Garrett Replies In reference to mycard in the Times and the remarks in the Stanton Citizen My friend Blackburn misconstrued my card t According to his contention he shot at me and hit the otliqr fellow r As I would be getting a liberalsalary for acting County Judge Jmeqnttodo the work b iollml qr i9 re uiredlto A i al ca li fgrefIwo 1 not cgin tt Ii pUS Uemeunor as contendednor could it offend the taxpayers for it would lessen their burden I have not examined the law on the subject but I certainly would take the law for my guide on all issues R W Garrett Biggest Corn Field The biggest corp field in the State of Kentucky has boon laid by It is the field outlined by r l 1 I 1 4r 0f fW 1 4 4c II rt y tJ11 I I t I I If 1 t t t A to the gigantic horseshoe sweep of the Ohio river from Henderson round past Evansville to preen river Itis the biggest because it is corn continuously for 0000 or 7 000 flcres unbrokenly fences unrelieved by any other crop no hay no tobacco oats or wheat =just com corn corn and then more corn It is estimated that over 000000 bushels of cOin will he raised ijj this monster tract this year and this inspite of the fact that the farmers were scared out of a years growth by this high water and for a tune were highIMrsJ D Lucas was shot on coun1tyday byJoel Stamper her broth inlaw She was standing her husband and the bullet wasII intended to kill Mr Lucas woman was taken to Lexington hospital and the reports from there say she may recover Charlie Young of Weet Bend was seriously injured yesterday by the L E steam shoVEl at St Helens He was brought to his mothers home and Dr Mar tin summoned Dr Martin says that while the young man is very bably limp ho has hopes that he will recover Sixth avenue in front of the schoolhouse raid veH nrdiJJ ll 11 b ho asi- xlrttlo ro ghand ynoCiU s pleasant n0w to drive odor but it will come inhandy this winter when the mud gets so deep in the other streets fiqt macadamiz ed For any kind of strainer wear for women inelsirlsorboys see our lines Can interest you jn quality prices and assortment Hardwick J Co Stantonw If SHIMFESSELS The Old Reliable Place rt tforfverything You Need in tGeneral Merchandise j 3 5 Goods Delivered to All Parts of the Gityr i ii Country Produce ought and Sold i- A Liberal Share of Your Patronage Solicited v r I SHIMFESSEIJS i 3 rhr f a CLAY CTY j KENTUCKY H t r r4 H 1 r L I 1 iJb 4 1 RctarHSfrom Home James F went to Shelbyvill Jcol11o an inmate of the Old Magoiiic Home has returned The home was already crowded wlien he went there but stayed one jnonth and would have rouiaiue longer had tho Home not beeliTfo crowded He speakss of the home in the high est terms iiu says a new and much larger homto is being pro vided wlieiite will return Sheep F- In MIS may be reo coiyed r at the State Fair andaftvard be shipped- out of the State jthe Department ofAgriiti 1us made the nee n QtionRof the Federal quarantjneregulations relating to s1 in Kentucky The teutporaryyunloading of sheep i State when de sirable nlf Mbe permitted Revival at wicks Creek ElderFi Mnrtiu puator assisted by lETdcr Flinchum of Jackson ate conducting u series of meetings the Hardwicks Creek Christi ft church The meotingvfcontinued over Sunday JJjdinner on the ground twenty two additi ditto Tjiacco- ern t ill near this city has raisedof the best crops of tobaccn R r seou growing this year t1PV ggttih be r 1t2olttpartafrt7ieis ti nav standing thi back Jle line n fine little toll crop rue pot prievs4at the hot weather sale nt Mjrs Williams are milk ing the goods move fast If you are not gettjngour shore of the bargains it is your own fault There is a impression rapidly growinSthat a greater number of wideawake good business farmers to be elected to our Legislatures Red River Association of Old Baptists will fjjold their three lays session at Log Lick Friday Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jeptha Walters of Lexington ire visiting the formers unclH G Walters at Waltersvillei Paradoxicala8 it may seem somo candidates start their cam paign by saying Hhey wouldnt have the office Mrs Williams ias change in her ad this weekY Dont fail to read it and go seo ier nice line ofgQQdsj The fomousjRjreonslfabrnska Indians will playrthe Clay City team Soptomb rjlO Attorney Hugili Riddell of Irvine was in u ecity a short time Tuesday mQrUQS lrsP Dlirbdd is vary sick i at her homo w mUes south of this city 1 Liberty BrSnd i Bats for Men indBoyBin alT thenewepapes and shades JHJ IIatlw okdStanton rhieisjt goodftime for fartnors 6 m Y qlrp res J r dSJ If r t1 f r 1 V IzIi Editor Wants to Know Dont think because the edi tor sees you gqtting on the trian that he ought to know who you are and where you are going or if he sees you greet some friends that he knows who they are and where they are from We aim to get all the news but you may be the one we dont happen to know We try to become familiar with names and faces if possible but during the years past we have been to church and failed to see you there we have hung around the town pump but some of you werent there we have loafed on the streets weve even risked our reputation on back streets on a dark night but you wernt all there And well be hanged if we know where to find you all So if you are going or coming or know anybody cutting up queer capers let us know lulbegrujc to be Bridged Clark and Montgomery counties are to jointly build a bridge over Lulbegrud creek which is the line partly between the two counties The creek is also the line between Powell and Clark and the ford at the end of the I ron Works pike is a most dangerous one and should be bridg ed too ilie expense of bridges between twocoijnties is born by both counties ib proportion to the tdxable property in each This being thocuse but very lit- Otle oxpRn l to 1a In IrS1h1t1Jiif ni times the tour takecounty officials will up the matter and act at once Hot dry and again See our line of Queen Quality Shoes aiftl Oxfords for Veuien in the new shades and lasts- Hardwick Co- Stunton Ky WINCHESTER COURT The farmers were busy Monday and the crowd in town was small About five hundred cattle at the harmers and Shippers Yards and quite a number were sold About two thousand sheep were on hand They sold ut fC to 0 each with but few buyers Mr Turner of Oynthiana was at Hamiltons Yards buying mule colts He bought about 55 at at prices ranging from fJ5 to 50 Following are some of the sales M Lykins sold 80 heifers 400 Ibs at 14 each Wm Evans solb 8 cows at 2 75 S K Hodgkin bought a steer wieght 10UOlbs at 4 cents H SBush bought 11 heifers at 850 Clayton Strode sold two steers at 4 cents Milt Lykins sold 82 heifers at 15 each and 10 shall steers at i14 each W P Treadwny sold 10 heifers at 850 one bull at 4 cents and one heifer at 15 R L Daniel solb 18 heifers at 512 cents W L Bryd sold 10 steers at 440 lund 2 steers at 340 and 2 steers at 4 scuts Winchester Democrat Dr Alfonso Aratus of Cincinnati Ohio is in the city He will deliver a sbriQs of lectures a the Christian church for tlirqe- nights SepU 2 JJuid 4w Sub y- ecfr tlrpaairadlt IEtySVp This Sale Continues The hot weather sale at Mrs Williams is providing a general public benefit sale Many dollars are being saved by the buying pub lie who are visiting this store dur ing these hot days If you are not one of the satisfied customers you should be smsw mfm ammim mm r BIB BARGAINS IN 1 MILLINERY J Hats 50c and upiI A Every Hat at a Big Reduction Hats made and Trimmed to Order by I Mrs W N Bush the PRACTICAL MILLINER located inii CentraliHqtel Sample Room I J r I t c 4 r r 7 w Tjf1W 2r i i4 J t I i I I co dfJ y i J 1 LIE TllVIES 0PLUIIHSUED EVEHY TnURSDAf P J C Uurahcr 1ublishcr Sntscrif lion Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents v Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Aug 20 1J100 CLUB ItATTSrFor the convenience of pur sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMKS and CourierJournal 100u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Coinmorcial 76 11 Home and Farm 75 If the protective tariff theory was sound and practicable its history would have recorded a gradual but steady lowering of the tariff rates The promises of its progenitors pledged the system speedily to build up A merican industries to a point where protection was no longer needed Protection is no longer needed but these promises are not being fulfilled There has been no systematic and material reduction of tho rates and oven the few reductions which have been effected have been wrung from the protected interests de spite their protests Much honor is being heaped upon Senator Bradley because he laid down party policies and helped to pass a bill taking the I tax off of tobacco in the hand This measure is a Denlocjratic measure could not and would not have been passed only with tho vote of Democrats in both housesslheet truth rofetllebil n4 S2mbGr e but the monbyd powers bufc one half the people vote against their own interest just to vote the Republican ticket becausey Daddy did i That Alabama representative who introduced a billmakiag it a misdemeanor for any female other than a circus performer over 14 years of ago to ride a horse astride must have been interested in tho maufacturo of sidesaddles This is one ques tion we think the ladies should be allowed to settle for them selves womans suffrage or on womaus suffrage HIBii V HH ail Tho half million dollars which tho special session of Congress iost us is quite an insignificant matter compared to the billions 1itwill later cost the common people through increased cost of living on account of the revision of the tariff upward MONTGOAIERY COUNTY ijAiR fI August 31 Sept i 23 4 The great Montgomery County Fair will bo held in Mt Sterling on the above dates Biggest brighi est and best Fair in the State Trotting pacing and running rue eb every day for good purses lfw grandstand near Floral Hall new stables and the bust one bulf mile track iIi the State No more at tractive grounds can bo seen and they are looated within four squares ofthe Court House Liberal pre miums offered for colt shows har ness and saddle horses mules cat tle sheep and hogs See the Flo ral Hall exhibit Three baby shows on Saturday See the 300 Sweepstakes Saddle Horse Ring on Thursday The 8100 Roadster Ring n Friday The SCO Gelding Ring on Wednesday A special premi um of 830 will be given on Tues tlayfor the best sucking colt tot be shown to halter conformation style and notion considered SaO to first and 10 to second J6 colt burred in this ring Premiums are also offered for the bestlady rider the best lady driver fancy turn out and quick hitching contest Mule and pony races daily with a fox chase on Tuesday and Saturday Webers great military band of Cincinnati will furnish tho music A clean moral and uptodate midway will run day and night Ferris Wheel and Merrygoround Entries to trotting rac Saddle es Sweepstakes Horse Ring Gelding Ring and Roadster Ring close on Saturday August 21st Send for catalogues and on try blanks to W C Hamilton Sec retary or W II Wood Assistant Secretary ttTho head ofLincoln will prob ably appear on the new silver half dollar A bustof Cleveland will be on tho ten dolhir gold dl tit1 iitei11 ti it ttdirtGlith H t1re 1tttt4 Irwillrget a sight of Lincoln now and thou and may occasionally scrape ac quaintance with Cleveland but hoodby Grant One president and sixteen gov ernors will constitute party that will make a trip down the Mississippi river Of course there is nothing significant in this rra tioIIn Jaiian they have just sent the manager of the newly devtel oped sugar trust to jail Had it been in this country ho would have been sent to tho U S Sen ate See our line of Cook Stoves and Ranges Wocan sell them cheap or than peddlers or mail order hous es aqd besides you can see just what you are buying and know where to find us should anything be Unsatisfactory with the stove or I range Ilardwick Co- Stanton Ky +HH +1oH + o + + OH ++ot 1o ++ + i iK + H + + + + +++ + ++ t t STANTON COLLEGE i tr tx 3 1 f 11 Every teacher a professional 235 sludents lasl year = 1 t Two new dcpartments this year Not apoor University t+t but a good College Common Branches High School tt istu ie Collegiate Work Elocution Oratory Music Bookti 9x keeping Stenography Typewriting Stanton offers at small expense Write for Prospectus for 19091910 I t + 4 1tt t i IlOr 1 7 1- r I J sRpISPRING G Bf rc Berry Burnett ft pair of mules for fcBdtfc Elder George W McIntosh sold to aHrHpajlon stx 700 pouujl cattle four 14500 1 Mrs Bell6Burgher and faro rSaturdayOas P Goffof Indian JFields bought thirimi head of yearling steers here last week at four cents v JB c TliQS McJilno and daughter Miss Rosnyiisited Marion Mo t1itwoy The xiuprpgressivo business man is a detriment to ally town Ho is like Ihof train that ri1ov d J so slowly tlmijjno farmed threat cued to sueftlO company for shading crop This comparison with odds against the unprogressive business man He enerally calls hiifl self a conserAtive man btlt such conservatism never fails Id greatly retardltho progress of the town or community in which he lives and has nuhboing J 3 STATE 6p ssLucy1 Frank J tree ney makes gain that he is the firm of F J J seniolnrtricrOf ipess in County and State that said firm will pay thiuin of One Hun tired Dollars f each and every case of Catarrlylliat cannot be cur rb1ISworn to before tie arid sublotlb- cd in my pre8e tithis JthdYid Decembef A D I88G 1 GLEASNSEAL I Halls CatnliKure ietnktjti1n tl tailrrr + lloort find muco a surfaces itsystem Send teRtimot1i tlttlriti F J CulrriTlGo Toledo O Sold by all druggists 76o Take Halls i1U1if illsffrcon stipation titj We have a nuuth monaHUits that will close tttfjTJpgarillefis if cost Will eull thenfttho following prices for cuel only 17 00 suits for 811 JO SJE 90 suits for 89 00 812 50 suits iKprS8 00 If you cnn use any of entail you cannot afford to miss thigopportunity lIu do Co fStunion Ivy SHDSFr sh Reliable Pure GuartntcedtaPlwto EYtt Gatdttltr and I I PUnterthbuldtottha merteot Our KortberaQrpwnBeeds sprclAL OFFER ItweIplreeflay 7It 20 1 ti rrUtri Rillih S 1110 1 pig eLLUrerlag O1 rr t 110 1 I Fhw VMtt 1H t peg Follortoa lltrktl UU 100 AIM 13 VwtolblCbolM never Bttdi =1ea writ WI E4 1D lanes 0 lilp pb pale dad puklcr uiil nnli thobon a Iqu P to oar w n4 InII1 Oon lld OUliVTNOKTllKltN6KKp CO ItoseSt r Illlnolt J I f J Fruit andOrn IfI 3 TREE1NI J 3 1f Everything forl- I Ocrhard Lawn and k Garden WiitefkFREE lie f 1 H F Hillenrtever 8c Sons iix1N lQIKY t A fry p1 Iit1at p f 1 jjq i1 L i I t1 7 J 1 A J 1wthe Ladies r- r r c t OF r t 4- L3V CITY and VICINLh d lf j We have the Agency for i i American LadiesTailorilig CompanyIfor Suits Coats and Skirts made to measure J p You are cordially invited to call see the j magnificent line of Samples i F New Style Cards c J l latertaII r c A b ry c II 1 MRSJ W c TWilliamsR theWhitest White Cake f TheLlghtest Light RpHsrAnd Flakiest aiscuitl I AIU lIztQO Wtl uYOil VHte Pearl and Bakers Pride EiollrF I Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed I MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY r I Sold by our Lending Merchants ti C lrl Htd 1 1tt IiNew armyIt t y 1 i rE WISH TO say to the good people of our home counties tlwt wolmvo opened tip u busftiesg- inf Winchester Ky on No 17 Nojrth Main iStreet and have a full lime df Cement Sand Lime Wall Plaster ii- N I Plaster Batis Bribk Tall Mrids oJ Sewer Pipe and Fittings Salt and Fertilizeri AVe also harXllii the celebrated WEBBER WAGONS f Call nnd8e us of send us your order The price iVuL vuyBrlght We also conduct a Feed uind hitch Stable 4 1 NF Powell Dawson a j 1 u r- l AyIS 4 iKtoioo hrw i r I e i 4 T L iil 3 0 t if I f = tfO t i t i =it t i oa tft t 11RE rTT VrrSii v JL JL If 1 t c t I 1I Ii HOMKMADE PAPER J t tir tl HU tSDAYJ Aut 21 190- 0t e 1 ff 1 tr Tt00A f BREVITIES V Drink WAINSCOITS UOXX- 3i i V KOLA iy x A9 Estes is quite ill at his 1 13 honle at Waltersville j Miss Bertha Mapel is visiting weeku Dan Clark of Rock astle coun Qt ofty is visiting relatives in ute ffcounty i tr f- T r Some children in town have tit e l whooping cough which seems tb jr r bo quite severe t jv A lot of corn in the field was vc soldinBalircouhty last Week ftt 260 per barrel v- t E Sam Brandenburg of Knowl ton was in the city transacting s business Thursday at g T i TJont forget the hot wenthej sale r isjcontinued at Mrs Williams Big reduction in many articles I Mrs Craig and little daughter Apr Alabama are visiting her brother W T McGuire bas D Goff was hero last wiek and bought of R P Rose some nicorfeeders at 4 cents W tMrnnd Mrs W T McGuire visited the formers parents at St Helens tho last oftho week I V MADIr t Burgher of Win v I chesVer is the guest of her pa r ntaMrand Mrs Wni Jbhn sph this weok See our line QfUWnlk Over Shoesand Oxfordsfor Men in the icW Spiing tine Summer styles I o Hi rdwi kiCoI f JStantonif W r the bounty Union Sunday Sch6ol l Convention will bo held r intheGollge buildingatStantbn Sept and 12 v V We are selling al Summer Goods atcostnow Act wise and get your share of these bargains Hardwick fc Co- Stanton Miss Fannie Mize of Clay Clay is visiting her cousin Miss Jen nie McKinney Winchester DemocratMrs T Adams and Mrs R W Russell visited Mrs John P Oolliver at Salt Lick a few days I last week I During the balance of the season we will give you an interesting reo duction in price on anything in our tnimiilery line It will pay you to get our pnccs Hardwick CO Stanton Ky ir B F Stephens the champion t watermelon grower of Estill j county is in the city with a load a r of his fine nleloils- Washingtons Plague Spots 1liein the low marshy bottoms of Jotoma6l the breeding ground of malaria germs These germs oeuse chills fever and ague bil t ibusnesB jaundice lassitude weak ness and general debility tnd brings Buirerin or death to thousands r v yearly But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure mar larial troubled They are the beet r jftliroundtoms arid euro for mala i L iaJ ever uBcdHwdtca R M iJ James ftfLouellen SvO They r cure Stomach Liver Kidneyand 4tBlood troubles and will t inoid Try them 5Q6 Guaranteed alldrugiitst Eby r tI t SatZf W I tjI +l c l 1 t4 t rl + t r fit tfjC JIi ofrKansas CityKMo are here visit lug relatives Mr Clark moved to Missouri Torty yenrs alb Relatives were summoned frcfrii hero to the bedside of Grover Burnett at Winchester who hue boon BO fovV wilh nU1Mr Bar net vas thought to bo getting along nicely until he tdoka reo lupsa Monday Wants Divorce At Winchester Mrs Henry E Youtsey wife of the only man who Is now serving sentence for complicity in the assassination of Gov William Goebel in 1899 Inlsontered suit for divorce The parrfijVere filed rtt Wlnclles ery The Crime of idlenessI Idleness means trouble for anyone Its the same with a lazy liv er It causes constipation head ache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nausea 1I1 OrtJifJgs New LifeBills sooa banish liver trou attdmt Uiupour health 25c In ItH forytwenty minutes with a and vicious ground hog being severely bitten about the ankles durinrii the encounter She killed the groundhog but well bet slib wouldnt have done as well bya mouse Twas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedorn Tenn A mans life has been saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of the town fqr curing ft v Pepperof det dlj lung- horriorrhages I could tlgtwtik nor get about he rites aird the doctors did me no good bet j after using Dr Kings eWDiBroT ery three weeks I feel like a nbw man and can ckgoosl work again For weak sore or diseased rrhage8Jlany Bronchial affection if stands unrivaled Prlce50cand 100 Trial Bottle free Sold and guaranteed by all druggists t WY i r n i rJ UjT + Y1t11ThiVurU1t f1 1 t tilcsergGotdcZSal K an Deniers and cn d o bt tcrfo than agents or coromtuon merchants- Reference fe any Dank in Loui vie Write for weekly rice list andship ping tags we umuh woos bags free M SAQCU SONS COT UtHIO IN seas 225E Market 51 LOUISVILLE KY REVOLVING UEAW Wsraol+ c SIN DE KALBILL KANSAS Ci1Y MO Sfeei Web Picket Fence Woodlo feardencatalog of lawn field bog and poultry Boeing IDE KALE FENCE cd DeXalb1L Kaeeas Cky lito- pr r S t- tr I Yo t 1 J iL f t V CHRISTIAN iBNDEAVOR SOCIETY vjftHB IUjjfil Program the Christian Endeapor meeting Sunday evening August22plat 71 m Our Golrnopolitan Popula ffiPentecostal Nationalities Mollio Johnson Where TheyTOoGran Hack worth rime dldiIiligrationWhere from and its Characteristics wVMrstz TheN ImniigrationWhere from aiit4it8 Cijnracteri8ticB Mrs Williiam- sOurOpportunityMrBurgher InstrumeIUalSol Mrs W T 10 McGuire Recitation 1 Orate Johnson In what vayare Foreigners a- Menace to our CouutryIProf- Bruthkj Wlilt are tiieJDeciples of Christ doinyr for our osmopolitau pop ulationff Dijlafd Estes Vocal SolcHrEdna Earnest Our Invitation to the World IsaOSiOPXrlGocir Williams Ohrist forJAll Tit 21115 Ada Rbbertlf All for 1 John 2 12 Charles Ttlniiinso- nDuot011iG Hoskins and Grace Shearei i tRecitatibn = Reese Shiinfeesol The Bible lr Bulwark Duet Benediction Burgher Seared With a Hot Iron or scalded byltdverturned kettle cut with a krjlfer bruised by slammed door injured by gun or in a ny other way= the thing needed ut once is Buoklens Arnica Salve to subdue incarnation and kill the pain Its earths supreme healer infallible for Boils lcerslF vcr Sores Eczenia and Piles 26c at all dmcgists I atPECJAlFFER umu t t 1U4 to brad NetijD A trW mu make You sirr anent customer PrIze Cl1ectl1it t tn l1l r Tmrie t TnDCAKAS1CT3 I Write todlfyM SEND 10 to cane iottqi mi ticllnt big iMtructlYfvftJnnUfia 1011 aU about til out Ie Il W B kbeeU Stt8PRitS- t OAPITALo 1- sunPLUS I s VIDEO 011 PR l A Ialldatetlmriaral i C NHOMY WITII1 h w t R StitAn I I YOUR AOCO JIll 1 j pd t lJ Pf1 i s I H i I Ali Kinds oYfVatch and Clock J i Repairing on Short Notice and tReasonable terms ATISFAC TION aUARANTEED Une of f JeVelry Sc ta i- I Call and sfee mis In the River Hotel IB lldlng RedI CLAY CITY 7 eN ++ + t + t+ +f++I i I I q r i II w i fd 2 n 1 tJ r lr t 1 h 1 1 tf J il Not Sisters passingYou are astonished to learn that they are mother and daughter and you realize that a woman at forty or fortyfive ought to beat her finest and fairest Why isnt it sop The general health of woman is so in timately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red cheeks and round form where there is female weakness Women who have suffered from this trouble have found prompt relief and cure in the uso of trPierce Favorite Prescription It gives vigor and vitality to tho organs of womanhood It clean the complexion brightens the eyes and reddens tho cheeks PrescriptionAny is heldas sacredly confidential and answered iOG plain envelope Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr RV Pierce Pres Buffalo NY Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing t l WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky lJINmm lJi1II mro1l u CLAY CITY NATIONAL a f BANK i- I CLAY CITY KENTUCKY g Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000t Accounts of Corporations Firms nnd Individuals ac cepted oii the most liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking I Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits = BOARD OF DIRECTORS I 1l M H COUHTNEY J D ADKi- CllAnLKS ONJ iii SCOTT J P COX A T VVITT tRo IIi F 1tct7j im1r 11 L a OFFICERS m Ms HJ OOUHTNKV Cuts SCOTT V A T WiilTT Prei lKfUP +++ +++H+ ++ +++ +ttt++ I-t INSURE WITIL- I i F A LYON SONi The Londlll Insiurzsi a AtontM tof Eastern lieiituolcy t+ + ttt Every one who knows anything about insurance knowtt they are leaders in this line i toI+++++++ Jo+ tn RIEDLINC PIANOSembody every detail that can possibly add to tho value of a Piano of the very highest grade The low price at which they are sold astonishes those compet entto iulgeof Pianovalue Riedling on a Piano means artistic re sults in tone touch durabilityand case design Send for catalogue and name and address of our agent in your A I IIIEDUNQ PIAHO CO Plymouth WIlD y tSSSSSSSS 1 J U I ht t 1- 1v J 4 1 1 y 1 ic Iif I Jt 1 1J c I PROFESSIONAL CARDS R A IRVIN M 0PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON OLAY OITY KY B R SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY CD WILet1JAttorney CouaselloraLaw 1 uFANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth WeAsk You to take Cardul for your female troubles because we art sure It will help you Bemember that this great female rem- edyCARDUI has brought 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 Ill Sold in This City n Any 1isKeep Herbs on band for all emergen desfor headache distress after entlng biliousness con stipation rheumatism blood disorders Take a tablet once in a while just for healths sake ItBLISSNATIVE oldtime remedy of roots Y and barks preeMtf teto 11511 easy to take 00 tablets 100 iaranteedto beaeit v bzck- ifct the genuine In yelow wxes only made by BUSS la Washington D C- SOLD a JI B- VWO PATRICK KIMBRELL t KY NO MOREHEADACHE I I SALLAD S I NerveAlgarApoalUvandpermanent cure forall forms pf biaadacbo aadaeuralgia Is p corn one of the best chem t istsfathtUnitedStates Positively has itsIw violent headache caused by biliousness or nervousness in1 ten minutes if used 14 asdirectedIt 1 the head clear and bright and the strength renewed There is nothing lust as good Jan be taken 1 by an infant and leaves no afteraffects- A fv ot ae maa Utttaonlals M have rtcthtd Mrs Den Arerill Madbon Wtaa writer POWderIIlllYtlre11 ea a Mra Wm Fttmore Albany NY writes I f I dert to L- TWouldtnotbewwithouutttttemMead Mr W B Pearl Waieca Minn write 1 1 MTe could not be without jour Hine Alp Hiadtehi P vrn F druggistsrSALLADI CHEMICAL CO FendduLao WIs t Electric BittersSucceed when everything else faDs Ip nervous prostration and female t weaknesses they are the supreme remedy aa thousands have testified tiROUBLEIti over n druggists counter tt- st t 1f 1 J C hf hL The Dangerous Fly FlisOro the most dangerous insects we have They are much more dangerous than joes dr hornets i these tun sting you and the sting is painful but you soon muchItuoru over filthy places like sewers and garbage cans and after eating the filthy food which they find there they come into your house and walk on the food you cat carrying on their feet the tiny germs which live in filth just as you live Inn house Those germs are not only filthy and disgusting but many of them cause such diseases as typhoid fever cholera infautum and summer complaint When the flies bring them from some dirty place to your food or leave snme of them when they crawl on your face or hands you may awbllow these germs without knowing it and betaken ill with one of these diseases So the fly that seems BO harmless may do you much more harm than a bee or a hornet Your parents should place screens at their doors and windows during the warm weather to keep the files out of the house If they cannot eiean all the rooms they should screen those in which food is kept Lnd it anyone is sick in the houseflies should be kept from the sick room so that they may not carry germs from the sick person to the rest of the family Children may help to keep flies from swarming in and arouad houses and from carrying germs of sickness from one person to anoth er In the first place they should not buy candy fruit or gtber food which is left in front of stores or anywhere else where flier may feed andwalk on it Flies lay their eggs shiftily in stable manure and if this is left without scieens or other covers torleep the flies away greatraumbers will be hatched in every stable 1fy uknoWof More where food isnot covered from flies or of stables that have smarms of them around get your father or mother to write to the Board of Health about them and the Board IIwlJlmake or ate blfiMen obey its rules But before you report other people for being careless and dirty and so making it possible for flies to become a nuisance be sure that your own house is clean and thatno jrarbagecand or boxes are left uncovered to lit tract flies If you and all the people you know will follow this advice there will not be nearly so many flies to plugue you in hot weather and there will not be nearly BO much sickness and death especially a mong children as now Keep the files away from the eiok eapeciflly those ill with contagious diseases Kill every fly that strayn into the sick room His body IK covered with disease germs Do not allow decaying material of any sort to accumulate on or near your premises All refurewhlchtendll in any way to fermentation such as bedding straw paper waste and vege table matter should be disposed uf or covered with lime or kerosene oil Screen all food Keep all receptacles for gnrbntro carefully covered and the cunu cleaned or sprinkled with oilUr lime Keep all stableniour6lnvuult or pit screened or sprinkledwith lisle oilCar other cheap prepunt ion Cover forlifter M meal burn or bury all table refitbe Screen ull food exposed for wilu Screen all widdowsunillourd es H I I pecially room thelktolien and t dinjing Dont forget Mousco flies their breeding place is in nearby filth It mavbe behInd the door under thotablerin the cuspidore If there Is ntlfilrt and filth there will be no fliesA If there IS aj nuisance jn tho neighborhood write at once tothe Health Department The Kent iy8tate FairMan ogetnentr anuotnces that it has secured a relu tion in the switchirigliqharges into the Kentucky 6tatG Fairgrounds on all kinds of freight including live stock from v700 per car in and 700 per car ont to 1800 porcarin and 300 per car out They believe at ina short time they will be able to induqe the railroads to abforjball the switching charges ttn u filet have the promise of eotgieoftherailroads- todo so and anzibos that all exhibitors know that they will not have to pay such a high rate even if they have to pay any thing as they paid last year We trust our wbscribera all woh are in arrears will call and settle what they owe iirhe postal Ittwa unreservedly retire IbM subsorip tions most be advgnee sad- at least cannotbimalledafter one years delinquency We dislike to discontinue the paper to ally sub scriber who wselsIt and we also dislike to dteobey the law which puts us iu a hard that can be no easily remedleiiiyallpftyiBg upr Please do this We Wal1tf e Orphans The HigblEthphansliaae at Clay City te rwuy for the orpRan girls in the mpURtaips It is a large three story briQktkouBe beautifully situated at playGity Itfis1 owHed by the Society jjlWiBBerBrJand supported by people every vgbere Qrph rte betteen the ageaof flvrl n will bere ceived if ellgi We to tie the b6 81 Before tbey are entwe vi E to ktsoW the name age hflalthdbaracter etc etc Only jtfcpe who have neither father orxotber wiljjbe recieved at present We all those who have aiiy such childrento write to Dr Edward 0 Querrsrit Wilmore1 Ky Also will thaAkall ministers and county ifficers t3give informs tion us to anv suc children The Homn will elothgyedueate and care for these children fwHis sake who loves them ikerifi4pota better home IP Write at once to Dr EdwHrilTO fluerrant WilmoWi Ky It will pay u1iQlookr our line of aiens BoyB gnd Youths Clothing before mnkinj our pur chase 11 aril wick A c- bS in h rbtorbrtatrOTUOUPHchotU BcMUAdt kteMnlMli I1 Ntre tames plum crkkhm quntiau M Samptq mpy fr PCTAnirleasPlMlOfrMty sr n AsdaacttAencI enryfcody Iffn ttaMt clvarldif iht soIIblra tIMarca amp an Pub Co- WasheokMu 405 M YEAR ctlIJi taIICaP RITSAnton nendtng a sketeh wl Ianma- qulctl certain our opts w 000BUonutrlctoonIl4en at sent free 014eat 01 to reis 10 lwUcewthoutobarasigtheSieatrcJ1t AhaudaoeiyIlIsMnded Teteettisof 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