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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t i v THE CLAYTI ITY TIMESO 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Ciaj ci r tBarroDDJiDg Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher y- N037 1111 w VOL XIV CLAY CITY KYV RSDAY SEPTEMBER 36 J909 ii7I Mr and Mrs Dock Clark left Tuesday for their homo at Kan city Mo after a months visit to relatives in this county Mr and Mrs Geo W Ander son Jr of Mt Sterling visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs EN Wilson Sunday The Centennial of the Ohris tian churches in Kentucky will be celebrated in Lexington beginning September 20th The Clay Oity National Bank has another of their fine reports in this issue both satisfactory to customers and officials alike- Squire v 4 F M Hutchinson lay down on bed Monday on which JIneedle had been left The nee die penetrated his side and bu ried itself The Sunday school convention at Stanton College Saturday and Sunday was largely attended and was a success Many from this city attended A good gentle shower of rain fell yesterday afternoon which will temporarily relieve us of the dust Tile indications are good for more ram soon Postmaster General Hitchcock oJ has recently signed an order in creasing the fee for the registra 0 tion of mailfrom eight to ton cents after Nodomber 1st weighed up seven fete average abut 100 pound at 44 These cattle were all bought in the county about thirty days ago Farm Paper Prce- iVebBvecoutractrd for one hun dred yearly subscriptions to the Southern Agriculturist and will give this paper one year free to all our subscribers puyihg for the rimes one year in advance The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers for this section so renew with us today and get it as a premium free The pooling of this years to bacco crop is progressing very slowly and it now beging to look like a failure The Boones Creek Association is in session at Winchester this week Powells Vallev church near this city is represented by P D Todd and Reuben Tipton Cashier A T Whitt was in Beattyville Monday assisting in the organization of the Lee County Deposit Bank which will o pen for business som time next week Mrs Nannie Shimfessel and children leave today for Phoe nix Arizona to reside They will stop over at Kansas City Mo and visit relatives there for four weeks G W Dunawxiy of Vaughns Mill who advertised his person al property last week for public sale has called offthe sale and will remain in Powell Veare glad to learn that Mr Dunaw ay will remain withus The Kentucky Conference of Southern Methodists will be held at Paris beginning September 22 There will be about two hundred and fifty delegates in sit tendance It has been twentv years since the Conference met in that city before Favors AmendmentV ki West gil tO grestlyp lc1d Ib- pnssageof the Federal income tax amendment now before the several state legislatures and will use his influence to have the next Legislature to ratify such an amendment An extra session of the Legislature will be called this HatPin with initials M M engraved thereon Lost between Clay City I nd Vaughns Mill Saturday Sept 4th Liberal reward for return to me atVaughns Mill Mrs Morgan Mckinney i SHIMFESSEL 1 The Old Reliable Place i For Everything You Need in General Merchandise I f Cityfi I j ir ti I jJjIi HHIMFESSELS w C I o i iW fellLOSTUpldheaded f CLAY CIty- KENTUCKY j- i r J 0 hoToming Splrlt The n Wmof a totl n has it within ate rer to create a town booming wirit and should seek at an titri to foster such feelings Its ldset the example of a fairSiiinded attitud towardal questons rerito see and corn Ishouldhe nd without mal ace or personaifleeling point out the bad re is exists With this evident ject in view an exchange priothe followin BossterPJ which other papers miglIItz 11 copy On word nd honor I here by now declal that as long as I ama resfdeht this community it will ben constant aim t boost at allllpimes and ever time I will 4o rahat I can for an public wOrkt thins the good of the commnnf as its object I willBubrtiRto and abide hy majority rule ndwill not knock and howl ruiS lurid off if things are not doiib yway I will ta nu radical or ex treme posjuin fin any questioi before tM pie and will have due respectrr the pinion of my friends d neighbors wher their opinion are opposed to mine I win als try to say something good out my town ant my peop1e 111 fuzee- shu tanc titout1ikifatpeu I realize tat if this commu nity is good enough to live in it is the proper place to spend my money ihJ Miss AdaHne Hazelrlgg the Winner A short time ago a prize of seventyfive cents was offered by the principal broUr school and his first assistant to the firse pu pil that would learn the Declar ationof Independence by heart Misses AdaHne Hnzelrigg Jo saphine Hazelrig Floreau Rogers Edna Earnest Ethel John son and Bennie Rich and Master Orate Johnson worked earnestly for the prize j tiss AdaHne Ha zelrigg won A prize of fifty cents is now offered to thejpupil who can in wo weeks time recite this wonderful production best We are surejthat all who have nade and yet make an effort a ong this line flU bo ouch benefited Go pn audonia One offour Pedagogues Want Wlvtla with Them One huncre findfiftytwo inmates of the Confederate Home if Pewee Valley have died into the home waBopened and the inmates now number some hingover twbjiundredand fifty Tlie pri Complaint of some f the vetcranvts that they must gave their wives when thou en er the home Jt is said an ef fortwill be raade to secure action by the tiext legislature so hat the Veterans can spend heir few remaining years with rives A f6w Snore ears and he Confederate olderwill be but a rneraor ind it would not cost much f6 enable the few whoi lave wives ftnfl ihust live at the omee to have heij wives with hem Gt i t t tN7 v Railroad Earnings The gross earnings of the rail roads of the United States for the year ending June 80 1009 2487885851 according to the figures complied by the Bureau of Railway News and Statistics from the monthly reports of the Interstate Commerce Commis lion The operating expenses were 1011027700 taxes 88 U61475 and net operating in come 780400000 The figures for the year ending June 80 1008 were gross earnings 2424 540087 operating expenses 1 095101878 taxes 88800510 and net operating income 045 078248 Kentuckys Debt According to State Treasurer Farley on September 1st the State had outstanding warrants for more than half a million dol lars more than was in the Treas ury with which to pay it and it is feared that by the time the Sheriff begins to collect the fall taxes the debt will amount to a million and a half dollars The debt is still growing and Gov Willson has expressed a fear that it will amount to two and one half million dollars by the time the next legislature meets A rate of one fare for round trip has been made by the L E railroad from all stations to Clay City to see the ball game between the Clay City Blues and t3reodestiNobrnska Indians Mrs Charlie Mize has been quite ill the past week but is thought to be better at this timeSome farmers have begun cut ting corn Virden Miss Lena Aldridge is very ill of Several from here went to Nat ural Bridge Sunday Mr Dee Pigg is suffering with an abcess in her head Sol Stanhope sold a hog to Greely Snowden for 400 Turner Smith and wife visited T S Curtis and family Sunday D D Potts and wife visited Marion Williams and family Sun day Strauder Merrill moved from Waltersville to this place last SundayMac Pace Vonght J W Bakers place for 000 and will movo to it about Christmas Charlie Borders and wife vis ited the latters sister Mrs Re beca Stanhope Sunday Tom Stanhope of Indian Fields visited his parents J D Stanhope and wife Sunday Miss Annie Prewitt of Red House is visiting her sister Mrs Susie Everman this week Mrs Besso McIntosh of Indian Fields visited her parents 00 demons and wife Tuesday 00 Curtis wife and daugh ter Miss Suda visaed Mrs Sit rah Adams at Waltersville Sun day People are very busy cutting tobacco and corn and making molasses The cane crop is very good in this neighborhood Thoinas Buckner and wife and Sam Parr of Bourbon county are thisIed in later Why is it that ninetynine times out of a hundred the friends who borrow from you are fellows you couldnt get a nickel from if you wanted to borrow ourselfBARGAINS 4 i i I MILLINERY I I Hats SOc anduPI Hat at a Big IEve ReduCtionI made and Trimmed to Order by I IMrsthe PRACTICAL MILLINER located in t Central Hotel Sample Room I r 4A 4 s 4 L V Z fiA r iii t rte cn raoes s THE TIMES IUULISIIKD EVERY TltUUSUAY I B Hurghcr 1ublishcr Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in a J vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 10 1QOO CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we havu arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES andfCourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Notice to The Republicans of Pow ell County I am a candidate for tho nomi nation for County Judge sub ject to the decision of the voters that is entitled to a voice in our coining convention My policy is economy in our county aflairs when practical and consistent I am for every one having accord ing to law their share of whats honest fair tad square It has been said that the county is enormously in debt If the reins of the county affairs should fall into my hands as far as it is in my power I will guide judiciously and try to help get it out If nominated I appeal to the tax payers and thinking men of the county for their support Jl W Garrett Mr Iv W Gajrett in this issue announces himself a candi date for the Republican nomina tion for County Judge Mr Gar rett has been a prospective cnn didate for some time From the hnv9beenand tho laymen of the party as well Mr Garrett is well fitted for the office of County Judge in every particular except politics and worse things may be saidof a man than that he is a llopubli cinThe railroadcompanies according to Congressman Uumlin ssein to have overdone the thing Like tho boy they cried Wolf Wulfwhen there was no wolf Cut finally the wolf came The railroad companies in order to check legislation that would make them toe the markcried panic panic until finallay there was a panic sure enough Down east where there are some who spend 25000 on a sup per for a poodle dog while others f cant get what a dog would ordi narily be satisfied with is agood breeding place for socialism 1l1s71n Largest ProducersGreatest Consum ers Farmers are not only the larg pst producers but the greatest consumers ot any other class or occupation In view of this fact their interests are snore affected by unreasonable freight rates of transportation companies and extortionate charges of trusts than tiny others All other classes are organized and look after their interests on this line Why should not the farmers do likewise Every law regulating rates and every de cision of the courts setting these laws aside or practically nullify ing them is of vital interest to the farmer The question of getting his pro duce tp market ian important one He ought to have some thing to sav whether lie shall turn his profits over to tho trans portation companies or not There are plenty of instances where the difference between a reasonable rate of freight and the existing rate is enough to more than wipe out time farmers profits This of course is con fiscation and unconstitutional but I have never seen Federal Judges running over eachother to embrace the opportunity to say so With them the shoe is too often on the other foot The Dred Scott decision hud almost as much to do with free jug tho slaves as did Lincolns proclamation It aroused the public conscience and disclosed the real purpose of the alavehold ers It made the election of Lin coln possible The decisions of Judges Anderson und McPherson are likely to have a similar ef fect and arouse the people to ac tion that will make it hard sled ding for the criminal corpora tions Peary last the lasopenesivarmDrCoolc claim he had reached the coveted spot We dont care a thing for the war butt think they should go to the North Polo to fight out When the captains of indus ryget to be common thieves rto think it is about tune to stop extending parental protection to them by tho government but the Into Republican Congress did not think so A Missouri manlilts been put into jail for having married thir ton wives lIes sot a criminal He is crazy See our line of Cook Stoves and Ltnnges We can sell them cheaper than peddlers or mnail order hous es and besides you can see just what you are buying and know where to find us should anything be I unsatisfactory with the stove or range lIardwick tt Co- Btanton I Ky + H+oH tr1o Ho + H ++ 1o t++ + + +X +K+ot +i K X t X i ++ + ++ H +o1oJox ++ ++i Jo J v 8 Ijf IiIkeeping Stenography Typewriting Stanton offers these lfth R A McCONAGHA President itft ISTANTO KENTUCKY j t- t + O1ootZoM1to1oOoIH oM+ o +y20 ++ z + oto + 4i + ioI+ oHo i1+O + + i+++ xi toio+ + t iII 1 SPOUtrSPRINQ Sirs NnnnieWMcKiunoy of Olavk county is isitinfr her son Lloyd Todd id other relatives in comnirt rt 111rMr McKinney were called tliest of the week to Oobb Hill tci Mrs Stanley Rogers an uuntof Mrs McKinney who is veiytsick and not expected to recover Mrs Nannie r spent a few days with JierJftJrotlierj C 0 Todd tit RU Yi coun ty tast weekr Todd has been quite sick Sseyeral week but is now some better iNWf If there were ilmlpafers in this old world tba policE courts wouldnt huvcr niujh to do these days I Marrrled- Mr John E I atrjck of Jack son and Miss Nettie V Patter son formerly matron of the Highland Orphatfifge this city were married Iasi reek iti St Louis Mo Mr itrick is a brother to J C Pn rick of Stanton Beware of OIntme for Catarrh that Containfogrcury us mercury will surely destroy the sense of smellandimnltjtely de range the whole system when en tering it through the uiueous stir faces Such article Mould never be used except ot prescriptions from reputable pliiyehiiiunsns the damage they will dpns tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Gatilrrh Cure manufactured by F KJ Cheneytt Co Tolodo O cohtSins notner cury und is taken internally not ing directly uponthJbloodtimid mucous surfaces of thayBtgrn In buying Hans Catarrh GJnre be sure you get the genuine It ii+ takdh internally nnd nlnd4vMroI an0 h J i es ttinonlulsfreemfr Sold by Druggists i Rdcc 75o per bottle 7 Take Hails Fnmily Pills for eon stipation i iMr We have a number of inensuits that will close out regardless of cost Will sell them al tlfjavf6jlowW leg prices forcagli only1700 suits for 31100 S14 OO Suits for 59 00 S12 fiO suits for 8QO If you can use any of theiifyou can not afford tp miss this opportunity Hard wink ds o- StantonIfy SEEDSFresh GuarcntM4 Please EreryGardener and ittlie RnperlormerIClofonrI JWe 10 will wnipostpaid ourI 1lpkrI ple fullfrt MrttUU lla Yrltl t stt r 8Md 1110I lrrlt too 1 End le anti to =ncprklne nd rele tb lb to- pther oer icmid Intretl a n t1 Id 1383 Kose IUICT11ICitockrariiiIlllriole AYY r AoArr l11i3- t oriOcrhard Lawand t t CardenWiCaftEE J 1 s H F Hillenmeyer 8 Sons N roNKr I IML IqMNl1 Ihh41 lN w y4 1pns a- W fi N Iy tio the Ladies liOF CLAY CITY and VICINITY r f t J We have the Agency for American LadiesTailoring Companyr r for= Suits Coats and Skirts made to measure j You are cordially invited to call see the i magnificent line of Samples I j New Style Cards c y 1 2rMRS ii j t WHIiamsMr The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit t V i 4 S- RTthe Made VLon You Lee fI Pearl and Bakers Pride Flout Take no Other Every Sack GuaranteedI Ii MANUFACTURED YJ A CAIN VERSAILLES KYFIt g Sold by our Loading Merchants 10 1itJnlWLI 1c NTSrJA K 1 If 0 1 I Free Premiums 1 Tho SOUTHERN AGRIOULTUIUST offers more anti better premiums to club raisers than any Southern pu 1 per V i This year where ivingnway R jot pfnew nnd vnluiiMl- cHi presort Is some thingou never sass before i tlf1 Anybody can get imp a tiliib forthe SoutliornAgricnltir e S 1st because it js the bedtjmperpulilJHliud forSoutliJuinfnrm jj I j I andjtthe is rensopuiile J- PJ ers price very i r t 1 Ji rstTfi Wrltd JQrJfre9 sample cltpytontaimmnbuttrnttivt prep i f I umolTer 1 H I I IIf2i MIII 1vtk Southern Agriculturist iI Nashville Tenn i Ii f i tg 1ii b au 1 lro VIWf j td N J ri id 7 J io C nS fj t r- v + R K I J i 3 M iR t r t f 2 THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER rt1 TS V T 1 TWaV T f THURSDAY Sept 10 IflOl I t tLOOAL BREVITIESHI t brink VAINSCO ITS ROX 1 KOLA V Mr and Mrs Sam Oarr are atit t flinGJho State Fair at Louis J villo 4 I DE Smith returned Sun lny frpm a bries visit to relatives in IndianaI ThePeron with n cheerful dis position and a sunny face is nov er lonesome n Mrs Edith Mize of Lexington is visfting her son John W Mize nt Vaughns Mill James F Clark is visiting his brother Dan Clark at Living stun llockcastlo county Mr and Mrs Robert Henry of Winchester are visiting rely tives on Hardwioks Creek Mr and Mrs G M Conlee of Mt Sterling visited Dr ant Mr4 Win 0 Martin Saturday See our lieu of Walk Over Shoes and Oxfords foV Men in the new Spring and Summer styles- Hardwick Co- Stanton T James Dunaway otTLexirig ton is spending n few days will his brother G W punawny nt Vaughns Mill lye dra eefling all Summer Good CaUcoet now I Act Wiee and get your 4etiiregf these barpainsi FJI r WQ 0 L j4 Sttt co lr I Air and Mrs A 11 Mauppin df bamptbn are visltiiig the fort lulls parents Mr and Mrs J P Mauppiti During tho balance of the seasoj will give you HII interesting re lotion in price on anything in our i1linerj lino It will pay you tt gtt our prices llardwiek CO Stanton Ky Olmrlio Jackson was found dead in bed at Bowen Saturday The remains wore brought to this city and from thence were token to Millersburgfor burial Wincrestor Domocrat Qo With a Rush Tho demand fur that wonderful Stomach Liver Mind Kidney cure Dr Kings New Life Pills is astounding JlJy they nt ver saw thoWiKe Its because they never fail to Wcuro Sour Stom ach Constipatoti indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malarlu Only 25c For sale by till druggiHts I Mental Arithmetic Tames Jones diqdr leaving a will directing thatjihis estatetl mounting to 50000 be dvide equally between his two neph- eWS A third nephew appeared the iiextwcBirTESicn nephew hired Mnat Uqw InuJi- diii eachtliijoicY A Hurry up tali Juickl Mr Druggiat Quick Abox of Bvickiehiti Arnittu Salve Heres a quiwtqp Eor the ovhof Hoees hurry h tillYf biitdetihji- ntlf terribly Hohnriie outhis foot with the axeMamios scalded Pa cant walk frompiles Billie liiis boileand my corns ache She got it and sobs cWd all tho faini lyi Itsthe greatest healer on earth Sold by airdriiggiifiti r i t i t f nJ J I The State Council of Jri pi telltillSi I Mrs NaryF lerd his given up the position of matron at the orphans home and left Tuesday fut hfcr home in Co nidaI The Road to Success has many obstructions but n6ne so desperate as poor health Success today denjands health but Electric Hitters is theRerutest health build er the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach Hv6r kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and invigorates tho whole system Vig orous hotly and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters if weak run down 01 sickly Only 50c Guaran teed by all druggists Narrow Escape from Death Judge Tames P Adams of the 23rd judicial district had a narrow escape from death Sunday night while returning from a Bap tist Association meeting on Jetts Creek Brent hitt county Ilis horse stumbled and pitched over a hank 100 feet highamid killed Adams escaped death by jump ing from his horse to the upper Aide of the road at the instant his horse stumbled Night on Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N Vclimbed Bald Mountain to the home ofa neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curine him ithDr Kings New Discovery that lied cured himself of nbtlim i This wonder jnedicinesoon relieved undquick lycured his neighbor Later it cured his sons wife of a severe lung trouble Millions believe it is the greatest ffhroat and cure on Fiir hh gj1 tGId6 Croup HPm hhgt18onQre Lungs are sure cured by it Best for Hay Fe ver Grip and Whooping Cough 50e rind tll 00 Trial Bottle free Guaranteedbtill druggists Tjio man who falls never claims to be a selfmade than I URUVHIESAWFURS TaHoiv Dcesv ax CJnrent IFenlhus Ielow hot i etc U e ate red tO In ttilryou than agents or corami non merchants Reference Dank in Louisville Write for weedy rice lit and M piD tag VefurrmhucolbagsJrcc ml SABEL SONS fj CnrinLitHlo IN 18C8 p 229 Eo Market St LOUISVILLE KY ai I REVOLVING D t1CAVY MIREURABLEcnrAD sir cAtaBSAS IT 3r of HALa I LL I M M SPOUlTRYFENCEVe If CIOSMC sh CompttdtnobNrud6pJchprthanottfozwritf Firs ttancs2iublt7H ii q 4 CHRISTIAN INpAVOR SOCIETY Irogrnm for t t Christian Endeavor titeEintitidny evening ScptemborS1 It at 7 p m Topic PilftrimjUrrogress series VnnityF The Pilgnne the Tow- nVanityCecileV lljtuls The Vorltlby rislOJn knew not jod4Eth t hnsoll IThe Vanity Fair rent tting ililPilgrjniSMrs- Mtu tin f The Many Tlijgries and Theologies Ainoitbj AlenA M UecitutiollIiath Earnest In this World f Divided Effort What Should be the lecid- inl Standnrd ti1ollio Johnson A Pafistn1H eunt 1 John 1517Soda Hi m- SLtlln jiff Matt 1811 Shelby Burg li r What is not Vanity lob 12 2rl28AdliiRe berttl The City ofanitytrof II M Brnnili Sony c Benediction Sixth Birthday Celebration Barry Entollttti Rear celohrat ed his sixth hirtlllny Saturday by giving n partY tt feV of his little 0111joynpresent had a pMehFant time Re ftshments ofcakes ices and fruits were served in the dining room which wa lishted in colors The followinjrlittle friends were present Missies Ruth Eaton Alice Carley Been Mary Eaton Catherine Eaciiil Mary Charles Loving and TiiW Ringo j Masters Chester Wa1terg John L Loving Herbert Smitlj Robert Eaton and Clarence jEnton srfDr KXZtSR SSEMSUdeEOI r SPEC iu OtFERti Hah is in 1Q Tt It beei A tot val nuka jr ju onv =er t cujtomtr ntIC o11er iII11varIe1JI tUbe Inq IraI ple11 u1 J bliltlrJe- Ueet 10 Gaf rtI vet tl3elQ- QATtLNa stnT1 rL1tt today Mentfon tills Paper IWrite 3 CENTS IS5NO ag and rbc v thin olaft1e 9fJlf Vf tttr with my big Inntrncttre Hci 1iredn Vlnnt Book kW t about tte Zia steps c Sd QtclIJCeetRb UMitcHW UO t atr r r ftAll Kinds of Wgtdh and Clock ni on She lothc and It Reasonable Term SATISPACo 10 TIOH GUXTtANTBED Line ofr+ ISCalhand see melR the Red tf+ + + ++++++++ f i d r oII k =What Ails You Do you feel weak tired despondent have frequent head morningheartburneating stomach gnaw or bum foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and kindred symptoms P If you have any considerable number of the above symptoms you are sulliring from bilious dyspepsiaDrup of the most valuable medicinal principles known to medical science for tho permanent euro of ouch abnormal conditionn It is a most efficient livor invigorator stomach tonic bowel regulator cad nerve strengthener The Golden Medical Discovery is not d patent medicine or secret nostrum n full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottlewrapper and attested under oath A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol or harm ful habitforming drugs It is a fluid extract made with pure triple refined glycerine of proper strength from the roots of native American medical forest plants Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Props Buffalo N1 =0 u jUJ Oi i= = tftp EJ Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence I Barbed Wire and I Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES J aH1 Tit J Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky JIiUi1U nwaw Adil h Jtbvm 1t 1lJl BtI J tl t fA v CLAY CIT NATIONAL I BANK 1 CLAY CITY KENTUCKY f t t iCapitat Paid in 5000000 v j Surplus and Profits 1600000 j h i Accounts of CorporntioiiR Finns und Individual HC- cei ti to l on the most libomlturihs vohaietont with s modern and careful banking 7 tc Savings Departmenti 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings IttttaIptai m k BOARD Or DIRECTORS M II COUKTNKY 1 D AurON oX ItI Cir iuts SCOTT J F COX A T vVnrrr I 1IIIIt Uf f1I17lIJ 1 I I OPftCBUS lH CoUKTMHY 1J W h CHAS SCOTT Vice Prts i A T WIIITT On thief lRIIiit If 01 o o c ot I o 0 +++01 t IIS SUITE AVMH 4 I F A LYON SON roJ 4 Tilts Lt1tlirsg InM111uuC g1esits + ut IS Ut01U ivoiiruclcv + 4 i Over 200600 boo f Ii Represented i 1 + Every one who knows anythingabout ins lrpnlb know i t theynrc teaiors in this line J l+ + + + H + + ++ ++ + ++ ++ +++ RIEDLINC PIANOSemb- ody every detail that can possibly add to the vaiuo ot a Piano of tho very highest grauo The low price at which thc are sold astonishes those compel cnttojudgofrianovalueuRfcdling on ft Piano means highest re sults in tone touch durability and case design Send for catalogue and name and a dress of our agent in your vicinity L I RIEDLINQ PIANO CO Pljmouth Who t i1 1 l i ir 1111 y MIOFE88IONAI CARDSI nfl R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 1C WELCH CounselloraLaw jfANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth WeAsk You to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy I OFCARDIJI has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many havo said It Is the best mediclno to take Try III Sold in This CityF3 vAny Time is Bliss Time Keep a box of Bliss Native Herbs on hand for all eraergcn cles for hcadnchc distress after ea tingbiliousnesscon- atipatlonrheumatismblood disorders Take a tablet once In a while just for healths sake I I BLISS NATIVE HERBS I is an remedy of roots intoI1to cr money back d Get the genuine in yelow boxes onlymade by BUSS In Washington D C- SOLD BY W G PATRICK KIMBRELL KY NO MOREHEADACHE SALLAD ES NerveAlga A positive and permanent cure for all forms and neuralgia Is compounded by one of the best chem- Ists in the States Positively has no morphine or dangerous opiate in its composition and cure the most violent caused by biliousness or nervousness in ten minutes if used r asdirectedItleaves the head clear and bright and the strength renewed There is nothing just as good Can bo taken f by aninfant and leaves no after affects A fw of the RIM testimonial as km r chid I Mrs Dell Arevlll Madison Wise wrltesr You Neno Alga Hadadt Pawdns AAVe en only cured me SIck Headache Mrs Wm Fllmore Albany KYH writes I Nothing like your Hen AMa Htadtch Pow t Vs They love cured of Periodical lead ache Would not be without them n Mr W Do Pearl Waseca Wan writes 1 AlpHosdahs druggistsWrite BALLAD CHEMICAL FondduLmc wig fElectricf BittersSucc- eed I kt when everything else falls t In nervous prostrrtion and female 4 weaknesses thy are ih supreme f teatiSedj H TROUBJ It is the beat jvcHcJne liver sold f Povern drugfctsia coiinsr F 0 I REPORT OPTUB CONDITION Of THE Clay City National Bank At Clay City in thestnteof Kentucky at tho close of business Sept 1 1009 KESOUUCES Loans find discounts 15840 40 Overdrafts secured IUd un secured 4 C03 ir- USBonds to secure clrculn 50100 00 Premiums on U S Bonds1b000bM- ends securities etc 22 962 ro Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 3600ft Other real estate owned 148111 Duo from Nutl Hanks not reserve r cnta 731 Duo from State and Private Banks and Bankers Trust Companies and Savings Backs 150 00 Due from approved reserve agents 61176 Notes of other Natl Banks 646 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 5001 LAvrFdj MONEY UESEKVE IK BANK viz Specie f5071 80 5971 rRedemption fund with U S Trear5S of cirIn250000T- otul 2052375 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in500000Su-rplus fund UiJ U- OVlldhlded profits less oxpcnse end taxes paid 501 5- 1Kutl bunk notes outstanding 404000 Due to other National B finks 220 O Individual deposits subject to check 89C047 Cashiers checks outstanding 137 V Bills payable including certif icates of deposit for mon ey borrowed Total 800000S STATE OP KEXTUCKT Cot xvv OV POWELL SSl I A T Whltt Cashier of the a bove named bunk do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A T Whitt Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of Sept 1000 Luther Loving Notary Public CORRECT Attest Chas Scott Jno D Atkinson Directors M II Courtney A For any kind of summer wear for women meri girls or boys see ourlihes C lie interest yturin qiialt ty prices and uBsortineiic llardwick J Co- IHunton e Russell Sage took cure of his money got and kept u lot of itt and perhaps it has done no one much good but he kept it earn lug more nut doing as the nan with the single tuloiit and nUB sell Sage was intelligent and in dustrious und Honest practiced economy lived plainly and if he had been u poor Ulan would have oeen uomiiiended iu a sensible liver Ho died at ninety years of age Perhaps nobody Wus sat isfied with Mr Sage because he was such a money getter and re rained possession of his money so closely and fur Ian 5Ulffyuuebs ne H not to be held up as u mod el Ilia money was nis while he lived and the hundred ff ullioin or BO of it that he left isgetuug- ecartered around some laugh and the world luugli with you unless you are laugh ing at the world Never speak ill of your neigh our unless you Can back it up and even then dont do it e See our line of queen Quality shoes nod Uxfordf fur Weuieii it urn new siiuoes and lusts w CpKdtuntorf Dont follow ally bo lys footsteps u less you are dead sure hey leau to where you ought U Back to the farm no longer lecessarily luealis Baul to the voods Lilxrty Bnuirl IINt4 for lie t iiiil UMS in all the n MV hiiV8 tiff Hades HurdvIck A Co blu1 lUll l r otI T L W Paper Free We hayejtourVoted for one hundred ycariy ubscriptlonB to the Southern Agriculturist and will J give this paper one year tree to nil our aubecfibere paying for thu Times oneywi1 in advance Tho AgrlouUurifliS one of tho best farm papers for thia eectloii so renew with ue tod nigut It as a ore mium free i i We trUBtdoKBubKCribVra all woh are in arrears vJ1ipRud tillltle what they OWeThe postal laws unreservedly requirethat subscrip lions ranat aidirt advance and at least cannotie mulled after one years deliuquen6y We dislike to discontinue b r to any eu scriber whowailttllt1nd we also dislike to disobey the law which puts UH iu a place that can be KM easily remedied by all paying up Please do tbI81 We WantJThe Orphans The Highl Orphans Howe at Clay City is refdy for the orphan girls in the moJntuinB It is a large three story brickijonse beautifully situatedut Ulay City It is owned by the Society ofjSoul Winners and supported L od people every where Orphdtligirls between tle ages of five and thirteen will Le received if ullfblu We hope to take the boys litter Before they dJS Ilro 8lntwe want to know the Inane uge healtnj churucter eto etc Only thosuwbo bave neither father or mother will be ricieved present We lit nil those who have any such children to Write to- Ur Edward 0 Gurrunt Wilmore Ky Also will fliunk all ministers and county officer to live informa lion as tenant such children The Home will clothe educate and CAre for these chlldrdoSfor His sake who loves them There is noU a better home In Kentmiky Write at once to Dr EdwHftl0vOuerrant Wilmnre Ky Tt willfpay yputto look It our 1I6lfMn B Lld Youths Clothing befiiretna JIJC your pur chase Hardwick fc Co StantOn IIltlrllatl Very Serious hits a very moulmatte to ask for one medicine aad have the wrong one given yeti For this reason we urge yep fa buying to be careful to get the genuin- eTHEDrORCS LlCKORAUG ItT liver Medtctee The reputation of Ithte old relia ble medicine for cUpaUonl and liver trbJe is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines ItVfa better than others or it would licit be the fa largersafeI BOLD nl TOWN n 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CO Kt hts Wl 37th St NIW- voaxrrrrrrrrrrrr Central Hotel CLAY CITY KY W N BUSH Prop Rooms Newly Furnished House Thoroughly Renovated Throughout SIUrarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrBI P 331 351 435 510 A 826 R42 902 015 930 120 I ealug and Stain IMPROVED and Absolutely Harmless Positively removes Ink Stains from Paper Linen and White Goods Leather and tho Hands Also removes Mildew Iron Rust Drag and Fruit and Berry Stains Everybody who uses Ink needs InJcOut No oftiee complete without It An absolutely and Stain Remover is thin invaluable adjunct to any household We guarantee InkOat Your dcaier authorized to refund your money if Ink Out does not do all we claim it when used according to directions Take no substituteask for Ink Out and insist on getting it box For sale by stationers and PRICE 25 CENTS- If your dealer cannot suppl you lend SOc JOHN DIAMOND Sole Manufacturer Philadelphia U A No more long time so renew today If you are sick you wish to get well dont you I Of course you do You wish to be rid Of the pain and misery and be happy agAin If your illness is caused by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Its Cardui This great medicine for women has re lieved or cured thousands of ladies like you from some female trouble For Ills Mrs Fannie Ellis of poster Ark suffered agony fof1iijli years Bead her letter about CarduL She writes K was sickto years with female trouble Every month 1 would very fcfetrty die with my head and back I 12 bottles of Cardui and wa cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try itX AT ALL DRUG OF L E TIME T EastBournl No 2 I Dally I N- 122c 1305a20 ai405 1l430 447 605 610 INo4 M 735 813 9111 I M 038ft 1017 1115 1 IIN I Stations I fa others S I y seven took Lexington VVincheKter LE Junction Inrliun Fields 1 CLAY CITY Stnntnn Unpslyn Jnnctlon Natural Bridge Torrent Jot O K Junction Jackson I No1 Dully Ex Sun A M 955 012 900 845 825 815 809 807t8 745 7ao 707 835 610 ouT n 1 Natures Eradicator Removers PEQFECTEDJ forA portraltandfacsimile ptlCkageducL subscriptions Get Well suffering TAKE CARDOlI i Womens STORES SUtiiRYt BLE- WestBound FilsonCampion Beiitiyvllle I No3I P bi- Ii O- 5b20 567 453 415 420 420 414 357 855 841 820 225 220 IOnlA 61 1025 I4jIIH 920 D028M 848 8142 828 it 2j 815 754 705 700 TheFollowing CONNECTIONS are made Dully Except Sunday- L do E Junction NUll 1 and 3 will connect with th O k O Rail way for Bit Stirling Ky Campton Junction Nos 1 2 8 and 4 will connect with the Mnnn tain Central IAilw iy fir passengers to and from Campion Ky- Ueattyville Junction Sns2 will connent with the Ltls A Pail way for Benttyville Ky 0 Ss K Junction N08r and 4 will connect with the AIfZ K Rail way fqr Cannel Cite Ky andway stations EARN STOVE MONEY from your dealer halt the that Is wed other arm Ou- uodemmethod of mwchkndUlng en able us to make this phenoinlnU offer which none of oar corn plUton 011 meet 880 Rp thIa hasdeomelarge DOMESTIC WINNER RANGEJDIt blue l- ubwdicveLeorwmadeRomupoalas draughtretrlltecloset Nickel trimmed A pnaran tee accompanies each range No mallorder honso can touch thto price Ifyourdealer will not order thus range for ou then let us ship It direct We are anxious to blWlagenriOllln every community Dont miss a good thing when It la offered Wo have been In l business for fortyeight years JE MPe COMPANY Chicago III i l- i r TS 41 i