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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t itrlf t tI t t 0 T f S- fw fo M Rl 0 to rt 1t 1 J 4 IfI I HEt OLAYiH CITY TIMES I 50 Cents a Yearln Advance t VOl XIV THERE RIf IRVIN The fuueral of the Rev R A Irvin whose death notice was briefly mentioned last week was conducted at the Stanton Presby terian church Saturday morning by Dr R A McOqnauha of the Stanton College and the remains were laid to rest in the Stanton cemetery The floral decorations were real beautiful and rare A Inrge number of people attended the exercises Bro Irvin was born in Fay otte county in 1835 and was there fore leoverityf our years old He t was a soldier in the Confederate army during the Civil war He graduated from Center College in the class of 55 and at the same time and in same class were grad uated with him Gov John Young Brown and Col W 0 P Breck inridge He is survived by Mrs Irvin and two sons the Rev Lo gan Irvin of Americus Ga and 1 Dr R A Irvin of this city There is no language at our command by which we can fit tingly portray the sincerity of Bro Irvins Christian character nnd in the experience of twenty years the writer hereof can safely say he never met one who seemed to more nearly walk hand in hand with God Conscience guided every act He was a model of mental industry in his opterttnndiustruotpwas honest in the service he render ed In short he was not only a model Christian but he was an honorable gentleman in the highest sense that term implies To than woman or child saint or sinner hfe always extended a cordial greeting that lent a ray of light to brighten their pathway in the journey of life He commanded the respect of all sects and clnsccs of people as the attendance at his funeral ful sy verified It was so perfectly c V- k tWe are here to help CUyCityiH SorronndiDg Country and Ourselves CLAY CITY EY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 1909 natural for him to do right We did not fully appreciate his true worth until after the thread of life was severedBut as we caught a glimpse of the snow white sail that bore him away to the distant shore we awakened to the realization that good and righteous man had been taken from our midst The floral offerings surpassed in profusion and beauty anything ever seen here before A floral pail composed of white flowers was gift from friends On card appended could appro priately have been placed these words These flowers typ cal of the life of him we mourn mutely speak the pathos of parting word and are place up on this casket by friends who loved the sweet sleeper On these petals are tearsfor the part ing and the hopes for the meet ing beyond the gate A Free Lecture The Hon Thou H Duffy Na tional Lecturer M W A of Dubuque Iowa and Hon J WI DeHart of Louisville will give a grand free lecture at the Meth ddist church in this city Monday night November 8th on the im important subjects of the Up lift of the Community Better protection of the Home Closer Relation of Neighbors and Th Better p ntabf AII Jase1 ernphfiedT by a society whose broad mantle covers over 5000 000 people And incidentally the most gigantic trust the world has over known will be exposed It is free to all Both men and women arc cordially invited to be present 0 0 Curtis was reelected Constable in this Magisterial dis trict Tuesday by majority of forty votes Ladies Dont fail see our new line of Tailored Snits Mrs J W Williams t X jlI SHIMFESSELS IiThe i Old Reliable Place II For Everything You Need in r General Merchandise i f Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City qCounfry Produce Bought and Sold A Liberal Share of Your Patronage r Solicited 1 Li 3 k jIS7 oi = A t i or a a a so a a to 1 j 1 jKENTUCKY Jl a J r T- F r y1t DEMOCRATS WIN In Many RepuMMhn Stroghold but lose In Pewif two Offices Tuesday wasja beautiful day and the on over the State was the quietesT ever held The Democrats everywhere in the State except in Fayette and Powell countiesT rJohn wins over D R Daniel tfgfc Judge by a majority of 112 JK G Profltt is o lected School Superintendent o ver F P Tracjrjby a majority of 10 Win Bovyed is elected Slier iff by the smalktiiDjority of eight- votes reelected Justice in StantonHard wicks Creek district W T Ad ams is elected p the same posi tion in the Clay Oity district and J W Allen is elected to this office in the Bowen district The election seeineto hIve been quite fairly held in every precinct in the county with the ex ception of Stanton where is is al leged many irregularities were allowed and several votes cast Hardwickcarried this precinct by 187 and Hall carried it by 94 In Clayf Daniel got a majority of 59 votes Bowen 04 and Tracy 00 fFortyf our votes were cast forthe Constitutional amendment sR4uone against it emQIwou tion The Democrats elect county officers in Estill to ever place ex cept Jailer and that is won by John W Elkin Republican for merly of this city Redwine and Johnson are e lected in the 23rd Judicial dis trict Lee county elects a Dem ocrat for County Judge Hall iq defeated in Montgome ry county by 550 votes leaving strongerDemocratic run Breathitt returns to the Dem ocratic column by a majority of 550 votes In the newly created 33rd Judicial district where it was nev er hoped to elect jx Democrat they win this time Louisville Lexington Frank fort Owens oro and other leading Kentucky cities all elect Democratic Councils Madison elects a full Demo cratic titket by 500 votes and so does Jessamine insuring forever it seems this Judicial district for the Democrats There is enough glory in the returns for every Democrat in the county even though we elect two Republicans in Powell This isa Democratic year The Legislature is Democratic by two thirds vote George Adams heprince of good fellows came down from morningliethe Adams now in business in J konOne as negro photpg rapher and the other a tie in spector v L Commissioners from this county and Clark county together with an engineer willmeetnt tomorrow morning and dccideupont location of the po between the two ountl si Itwill be located atJorneur the endpf the Iron works pike G- 9st wit Ii iit 1 Death of J F Mastin Mr J Francis Mastin died at his home in Clark county Friday morning of consumption ages sixtytwo years Mr Mastin is a native of this county and lived here all his life until about twelve years ago He served one term as Sheriff of this county and was deputy sheriff for six teen years He was buried at Powells Valley Saturday under the auspices of the Masonic fra ternity Funeral services at the church by Eld B J Davis A Hung Jury Wm Sparks who shot and kill ed Joe Jako Collins in Madison county last Spring and was held without bail was tried at Richmond last week which resulted in a hung jury He was then ad mitted to bail in the sum of 5 000 The evidence in the case was not so damaging as the reports given out before the trial Will Return Home Elder George D Verco a stu dent of the Lexington Bible Col lege and a former pastor of the Christian church in this city has been spending several days with his many friends in this city and preached Sunday morning at the Christian church He has com pleted his course in college and in a few days will sail for Aus trahaThe Baptist meeting in this city continues with interest Eld Davis is doing some very sound and spiritual preaching His pleadings are indeed most earn est appeals The services will close tomorrow night Mt Sterling voted 50000 for sewer bonds Tuesday and Win chester voted 05000 for same purpose and 40000 for a city building I OUR LINE of J e Burgher Publisher NO 44 Democrats Win In Rowan Mrs Cora Wilson Stuart a sis ter to Mrs E B McGlone of this city was elected County Superin tendentof Schools in Rowan coun ty by a handsome majority She was elected on the Democratic ticket as was all the other nomi nees This is the first time Row an has gone Democratic in a num ber of years Mrs Stuart has a number of admiring friends in Clay City who are real glad to learn of her success John Hardwick Jr has sued Marshal A P Johnson for 3000 for false arrest and imprison ment He was arrested without warrant on a charge of carrying a pistol The weapon was found on Hardwick after ho was ar rested W T Gordon and J S Conk wright members of the Executive Board of the Boones Creek Baptist Association from Win chester attended the Baptist meeting now in progress in this city on Sunday Mrs Ailcy Easter aged 84 years is very sick at the home other son Eld A Easter Notice to Taxpayers- My term of office expires Janua ry 1 1910 I am held responsible to the County and State for all tax that can be collected This means I must collect or lose your tax so allwho have not paid by Decem ber 1st the heavy penalties will be imposed by law and I will proceed to levy and sell till I collect the tax of the county in full The law is imperitive and I must be Payat once and save me the trouble and you the heavy expense of paying either the penalty or the cost of sale J M Kennon Sheriff Powell Co t l I FALL HATS + will be ready for your inspection OCT 15TH AND 16TH All are Cordially Invited Mrs W N BUSH SAMPLE ROOM OF CENTRAL t10TGL- ac f I I U 4- A l r n t- Y f r eI Y- tta e i J 1 1 J- I fit xF w Kr S IH IpY w 1j MJynLt TgE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TI1U1ISUAY 4 =J B burgher Publisher Sutscription Rates SO Cents rer year in a- dam otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass trait matter Thursday Nov 4 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 A Booster Pledge Hero is a booster pledge which every citizen in Clay City should sign and observe always to the letter MUpon my word and honor I hereby now declare that as long as I am a resident of this com munity it will be my constant trim to boost at all times and every time I will do what I can for the public work that has the good of the community ns its ob ject I will submit to andabide by majoritp rule and will not knock and howl my head off if things are not done my way I will take no radical or extreme position on any question before and will have due respect for the opinion of my friends and neigh bors when their opinions are opposed to mine I will always try to say something goodabout my town and my people and Ill Jeep my bazoo shut andIcut it out like a man I realize that if this community is good enough to live in and make money in it is the proper place to spend my money in W G Cawee acting State In spector and examiner has just Completed an examination of the books of the various County of fices has found them in line con dition What can they now say about them It has been altered for some time that great reck lessness on the part of the coun ty ollicers has existed If some people waited to know what they were talking about they wouldnt talk much Over in the 20rd Judicial dis trict Adams called in S1 illson and Caleb Powers to help 1 him campaign and then to top the cli max ho called in the soldiers and put them under his individual control and then lost Do you suppose he thinks it was fairly done Time salt trust under the protection of the Revision down r I ward mlusteIspring lies recently dropped up ward iOS per cent Great is He publican promises The Beattyville Enterprise liiia rhIcrthe sights of that stream t We have partially lost in low- ell but we can rejoice us never before when we think what our neighbor Estill has done A Fake Story The statement has been pub lished broadcast that after a cer tain date it would be unlawful for a person to give a check for less than 1 and the penalty for the offense was a flue of nut less than 25 nor not more than 500 The statement created a storm of protest The following statement has been issued by the oflicials of the United States Treasury Department concern ing the matter There is no Jaw which stops a man or woman from writing a check for less than a dollar de spite reports to that effect A number of inquiries have been received at the Department re garding a statement that there was such n provision in the penal code about to go into effect The law governing the subject in stead of being a new one was enacted hack in fhe sixties and has never been construed toap ply to checks on deposit Its purpose is to prevent the circu lation of private paper as lawful money itself Sells Bank Stock J F Cox formerly cashier of the Olay City National Bank who u few years ago went to Bowling Grceil t Nit thmaiBank taking 80000 Qf the capital stock has sold his stock in the bank and resigned as President of the institution to go to Louise and accept a better position with the Columbia Finance and Trust Company I Returns to Home J F Clark left Wednesday morning for Shelbyville here he will reenter the Old Mens Homo of the Masonic fraternity Be was there a short time this summer and was anxious to return He says the old Masons there are unusally well cured for and ho pictures it as an ideal home The Best Insurance There are life insurance fire insurance storm insurance and stock insurance all of them good enough so far as they go but none of them quite equal to the industry that insures against Unhappiness and want in old ago The only man not deeply con cerned in good roads in our counj ty is the tramp who goes way but once 4 I + JuI + t + tt 1 + + + + ioJool + + + + + + + 10++ + + Ho HoootH+ +++ I1 Jo I ootooto ottHoJo i + I +o +++i1+ + STANTON A COLLEGE ELIlrtTwo new departments this year Not a poor University +1- f but good College Common Branches High School II itlu ies Collegiate Work Elocution Oratory MusicBook to keeping Stenography Typewriting Stanton offers these f itatsmall eoWrite for Prospectus for 909 1 9 1 OijlR A McCONAGHA President i t STANTON KENTUCKY i1 ++ +++o4o +oH r 1 + + to + ++ o + ++yA i oii t1+ tooIo+ +++ M++l + +iHHoi ++++ a J Gov Willson has pardoiied WRIter R Dawhqwas aqntenc cd to the penitentiary from Breatluttcourity on thecharge was formerly Republican State Treasurer of Kentucky j Farm Free Wo have coutenoled for one hun dred yearly jsuptjcriptiohs to the Southern Agrioulturist and will give this paper one year free to nil our subscribers paying for the Times one year initdvancefhe Agriculturist one of the best farm papers for this isectioii so renew with up today ahd get it + sa pro c mium free Want Cities Exempt Mayors of tvrenty Kentucky towns will petition the coming session of the Legislature to pass a bill exeinptinK cites from damn age suits Mayors in the larger cities will also LegislaIt Itturorelief Under the present Kentucky laws neither the county nor State can be sued but the cities and towns dnnot enjoy this exemption The number of suits filed against municipalities every year run up into the thou sands and hundreds of judge ments awarded against cities where the nartios suing were not entitled tW damages It is to remedy this evil that the Mayors have agreed on a bill to be pre sented to the next Legislature Deafness ca snot be Cured by local applications as theycan not reach the diseased portion of the oar Thereis only one way to cure deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mUcous linifigef the Eustach ionTul Vih u t tube t ins 0171mfor a g a iaehlirely closed Deafness istha1 result and unless thu inflammation can be taken out and thfd tube restored to its normalcondition hear iqg will be destroyed forever nine eases out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh which is nothlugbuthn inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces lS We willgive One Hundred Dollar for inV caccof JSeafnels crtu i ed by catarrh tbarac2nnot bcour ed by Hauls OataThi Cure Send for circulars free P rCHENEY + CO Toledo 0 Sold by Drugglsts776c Take Hulls Family Pills for con Htipation SEEDSBoaanteed to Phase eerdenerand- Plantershould test the rapertor meriuot Our Northern arown8ee- dSPICIAL OFFER FOR10CENTSwe will lead postpaid our FAMOUS COLLECTION Ip11S4Ds TutI rrln Rdlh 100 To1p1111GrI1 pee erlbrnw Dd 1 pl1 rllrtIlrlt UtUM N tOo io II IUD aooloo reoor Iloo u- e100 wilt todirl lIed 10 Mnt to help P Iudrkl end nttln Uo Uw F041 CalUctloo to ftthtr with our Nw and InibietlT OtMUn OaUfc AT NOl ED CO 1K3 hose St AoekrordIlllnois 11 jUVV 1414- l II Fruit and Ornamental 1 TREES1- Everythl a gtor- ORCHAI DJA1VN and GARDEN i Cdtalogue Application I Ne Agents s1 rc 1HF n xheyer c DSO r J LEXINGTON ICY IN 4NP YNIhNNIN f Ladies SUITS and CLOAKS ij 1 Just Received a nice assortment of the 9 above Goods in the latest Styles and 4 Fashions to be sold atReasonable prices M I Call and See Them t I i Yr MRS JW o WilliamsI CLAY CITY = KNo The Whitest White CaRe The Lightest Light Ro s Arid Flakiest Biscuit P Aro 1 Muilo When You Use a Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteedi 1 MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold byour Leading Merchants I Free Premiums I o t I moreI j The SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST otters and bettor premiums to club raisers than any Southern pa4a I t por I t I This year wo are gtvingaway a lot of new and valuable tI presents somo things yore never saw before Anybody can getup Udub for the Southern AgrIcutnr- 1st IK because it is the heat paper published fbrSouthinn farm ers und the price is very reasonable tj Write for free sample pyeontni1ing attractive premiium offer 0 I Southern Agriculturist o II Nashville T6hnI r P s iI j17 I 14fr e E i1W iW ltltiI N- 9 P t 4 4 r 1 C 1 c s14ri I 4JI h TILE TIMES Si AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Nov 4 1009 LOCAL BREVITIES r The City Council will be in regular session Friday night Win Jv Baugh has gone to West Virginia to engage in saw Hulling 00 Eaton of Jackson county is spending a few days with home folk- sTherelre a few loyal Demo crats in Stanton but that is all we can say Ed Moore of Sardis Miss came home to vote and spend a few days with home folks Just received nice line of Lodles Tailored made Suits Suits that will please you Mrs J Williams I Tho Rev and Mrs Robt N Bush visited relatives in Win Chester from Friday till Mon tday t Reuben Tipton of Winchester and H D Curry of Nicholas county came home Tuesday toof vote I 0 S Clark representing the I Western Newspaper Union Cincinnati Ohio was in the city this week 0M Clark who has been lo cated at Louisville for the past few weeks has returned to Olay City to reside Mr and Mrs Forman Conlee of Levee and JW Conlee of Mfc Sterling are Visiting relatives in the city Jonas R Bush the newly elects ed Circuit Clerk on the Demo cratic ticket is a brother to Mr W N Bush of this city AS Estes of Hortense Ky w is another of the faithful to come to Powell and help hold up the banner of Democracy Eugene Shehan of Owings t ville and Weldon Watson of Mt Sterling were visiting friends in the city Sunday George Settle a prominent lawyer of Berea was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary 1uya jury at Richmond on the of having violated the age of consent law Settle isju mat ried man Young Uirls Are Victims of headache as well as older women I but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy fm sick and nervous headache I They make pure blood and strong I nerves and build up your health Try them 25c at SwannDay Lumber Companys I I I HeadacheWant quickest and best way to stop it Take Dr Miles Anti Pai Pills They are the best because they do not leave any disagreeable after effects Just simply quietlhe nerve r irritation which causes the distress What is equally Important they do not derange the stomach only a pleasurable sense of relief follows their use I am In fairly good health but sub t ject to frequent heavy cloudy head- andoecaslonallydull I I get relief with one or two of Dr Miles Antl Pain IIllsThey are very beneficial to me and I do not like to be without them DF LEWIS Cleveland 0 Thotlrit package wilt benefit If not your druggist will return your money s 4 1 t p y r I v t Mrs W I Patterson of the western part of the State has been in Clay Oity several days and sold to various subscribers n circulating library Swann Day Lumber Company is putting in an electric light plant at Jackson A M Burgher and other mechanics from this city have the work in charge A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns ScAlds Outs Corns Wounds Bruises Cures fever Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Chil blains Chapped hands Soon routs Plies 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos Registry Fee Increased It will cost ten cents to regis ter a letter at the postoflico from now on The eight cent rate has been canceled This move has been trade by the post f1ice department of the national government in an effort to do away with the present deficit At one time the registry fee was twenty cents Forced into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a frightful lung racking cough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months he re turned death dogging his steps Then I began to use Dr lings New Discovery he writes and after taking six bottles I am as well as evei It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases In fallible for Coughs anti Colds it dispels Hoarsnecs and Sore lhrnat Cures Grin Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Ctoup Whoop ing Cough50c and 8100 trial bottle free guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Co A Boyle county farmer raised twentyfour barrels of corn on i one acre of land n I Wo Bu- yFURS andfFeethenTanovBeetvres Ginseng I ItWildnliljjlvrd in ICS5Ovcr toll n cCTtuiy In Louaviifa sad Q ilo better lot ou ttua senu a to nz aim 6trchirli Rcfectnct tny Btolt in LoWoiJlc Write for weekly price ltl ad cUnjisa tcs Mi 6thSons 219 E Market St lOUISViLLE KY AN REVOLVING r iiEAWEWIRanal cNEAP DE KALBILL KANSAS CITY MO PoultrYFenooIQw mukSfwpnrrdS nttlanunderdrat and O- Sno rwle et thon pot nc h II1W ac ntky M en IDs fr all r tryw VNtOf Rift Co Dlydb m IGea t tty MI w Y V R To DIscoHUnue Paper Anyone who does not want to receive a piiblicwion will have no trouble in discontinuing it if you notify the nblisher that you dont wanttlte paper any 10Ilgcrprovid you owe noth ing Dorifc continue taking the paper until yon are pressed for payment andj l en swell up bansCrlbed for iU No publisher wants to force7 anyone take his paper if he does not want itnt the same time he aspects those who take his paper to payfor it just the same as tlieySpay any other debt I Farm Paper Free We huve coutracted for one hun dred yearly suDscriptions to the Southern Agriculturist ndwill give this paper one year free to nil our subscribers paying for the Times one yea iff advance The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers for this section so renew with us today andget it as a premium free f A homely tftilli is better than a handsome j Kills Her Foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years j declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was Dispepsin I suffered in tensely after eating or Irinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had tailed and several doctors gave ire lip I tried Elec trio Hitters which rured me com pletely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoy ed to get my health and strength back again FdIndigestion Loss of Appetite 1 Kidney Trouble Lime Back Female Complaint ItM unequaled Only 50c at Swann Diiy Lumber Companys t MXXMB3 S SUCCEED SPECIAL OFFER Male t balls KBIT nU1eu A trial If11- 1jnakoyoaonr permanent outomer Prize Collection sdMli jkTat tuba attest t r7ntn tsp1e us s ttfate test to srta eNr rinettel In all OAUANTEtD TO riEASE Write todayi Mention this Paper n SEND 10 CENTS to eonraaaeaaduttaradrecdthis valnatile collKUaa M W- IiutncttTO Uentlfil Geed and VUnt Ilok Mill Ill aliOto bo Dpiuttkct aade fIaDItc- H W BDt1ta 4giauoau qt CAPITAL STOOl 100000 SURPLUS AND UN UIVIDKD PROFITS 1OOOOO J TUB WINCHESTER BANKB OB WiNCIIl9TI5J i KY NUOLLY1VIT1fERBIOONPni p W R SmAn OASHIKH YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED VIA LA ASSAayL alj 7 A7A MfjpnAUppiNi i Watchmaker t Jeweler I 1AllReasonable Tertts SATISFAC- TllN GUARANTEED Una of i Jewelry V SpectaclesC- all Mid see tee In the Red River Hotel Baling CLAY CITY A KENTUCKY 4++++++ +++++++ + +++ + q 1 Ir i i r z ff f Jw Strong Healthy Women If a woman is strong and healthy In a womanly way moth erhood means to her but little suffering Tho trouble lies in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organism and arc unfitted for motherhood This can be remedied Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Cures the weaknesses and disorders of women It acts directly on the delicate dad important organs concerned in motherhood making them healthy strong vigorous virile and elastic Favorite Prescription banishes the indispositions of the period of expectancy and makes babys advent easy and almost painless It quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs and insures a healthy and robust baby Thousands of women have testified to its marvelous merits It Makes Weak Women Strong It Makes Sick Women Well Honest druggists do not offer substitutes and urge them upon you as just as good Accept no secret nostrum in place of this nonsecret remedy It contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habitforming or injurious drugs Is a pure glyoerio extract of healing native American roots p Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky M H COUUTNKV Pres A T WniTT Cashier j CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANII CLAY CITY t KENTUCKY ff3 J ItSurplusOffers its services for the transaction of such bust fjInSAVINGS DEPARTMENTInterest at TnREE per centl per annum is paid and compounded semiannually Our facilities for handling your banking bus iness have been established by TWENTY YEARS ofJiexperience and service in our present location BOARD OF DIRECTORS- Mii H COURTNEY J D APKINPON J F Cox Dr B R SMITH A T WIIITT W I 1J ++ot ++tf+++++I+ 1t+++ + t++ t-t INSURE WITH i I 1e A LYON Se SON I 4 The Leading Insuiniieo Agentfilif+ of Eastern l oiitit lcv t Over 200000000 i t Represented 1 Every one who knows anything about insurance know J thny are leaders in this line 4 + L4 t aIo toU+aFIt +oMoto Jt++++++ ++++ EARN STOVE MONEY by buying from your dealer this range at half the price that la asked by firms Our modem method of merchandising en ables ua to make this phenomlnal offer which none of our com petitors can meet 2590 buys this handsome large DOMESTIC WINNER RANG- Er M shown by cut It Is mule from polished blue steel has six covers one of which Is sectional screw regis hlgberaNickel trimmed range No mallorder house cnW chnthGpopr dealer will dorder this range fbr then let us direct We are anxious to establish agencies to every community e nt miss a orood thing when It Is offered Wo have been Ja t 4 ahtms for tortytig3 ylmra MODERN STOVE MfO COMPANY Chlorate III M rw I j e 1 4 I t 1a f rnOFRSSIOKAL CARDS R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY I R C WELCH CounselloraLaw FANTON 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 I EI Attorney remedy CARD 01 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 III Sold in This CityP3 Any Time is Bliss Time Keep a box of Bliss Native Herbs on hand for all crncrgen cics for headachedistressa- fter eatingbiliousnesscon- stipatlonrheumatismbloodI disorders Take a tablet once in a while just for healths sakeI t BLISSHERBS Is nn oldtide remedy of roots herbs ant harks pressel Into tablets oa y to tnke OO tablets for Rthri intcod to benefit Ot Wiley Lick tfti xtf c ulno in yelow box oniy made by BLISS In t t bbiiittte D C 4asr SOLO BY tErww qtI anti W G PATRICK KIMBRELL KY NO MOR HEADACHE SALLADES Nerw Alga 1Goldand Sliver Ihadacho Powders A positive and permanent euro for all forms of licadachu Bid tuuralgia Is cuinpouudcd by one cf UK lot chem itsIn the Unitecl States 1osi dt has no morphinor dangerous opiate in its cornjiowtjon and will cure tho most violent honcache caused by biliousness or nervousness in tun ininutus it used tindirectedIt tho head clear and bright and tho strtiih renewed There is nothing just us good Cnn be taken by an infant and leaves no after affects A recelvydMrsYour Nee Alga Headache Podcra nave entirely cured uio Hlok headache Jtm Wm Filmore Albany N Y writes Nothing like your Neno Alna Headache Pow der They have cured or Head aches Would not be without them Mr W n Pearl Waeca Minn writes AlgaHeadache druggistsWriteI SALLADE CHEMICAL CO FondduUac WIs 1lectr H c cceed when everything else CallsI 4ervous prostration and uses they are the supreme BS thousands have testified JNEYRlVERANDI v a xwsvaa j c tt 14tI K 1 r e OO TheRev Irl Hicksklmanuc for 1910 Heady XovuinbqrJfitli JJOO a NpeIUI11year book on astronomy and lueienrology the only one con taining the riuihalJJick8 Weath er ForecastsBy titan postpaid 85c on news Biands Jc one copy free with a years 8uoscriplionto Word and Works tho Kev Jrl R Hicks Monthly Magazine till best SI monthly in America Discouits on Almanacs in quantities Agents Wanted Remember the genuine Hicks Forecasts are not publish ed anywhere else you get them only in his own publications Word tad Works Publishing Co 2201 Locust St St Louis iMo j Farmers aro making good use lof the line fall weather gather lug theircorn and etc Wo have had many frosty mornings with but very little rain yet Still we have had enough to bring up small grain that has been sown See notice of change in Mrs Williams advertisement She has just received a now line of cloaks and suits and any one in need of any thing in this line go and see her- BOYS GIRLS COLUMBIA BICYCLE FREE Greatest offer out Get 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