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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1= 1 f I XV r 4 y HE t CLA Y jWI 7 II A CITY TIMESY 1 ol 4 f AifionctI4 r Circuit Court Circuit Court convened at l iStiiriton Monday morning with Judge James M Benton on the bench anti Commonwealths At torney B A Cruteher present Thejuries Were culled and im pan tie ea and few cases argued and one minor case tried when court adjourned till next Monday Judge Ben ton had some important cases which he had to come before him at Winchester Wednesday which would con sumo the rest of the week and as there seemed but tilde in sight for Tuesday the court ad journed 4Pastor tatted Elder Tyler Superintendent of churches of the West Lexington Presbytry was in the city Friday in the interest of helping the Presbyterian church secure a pastor The cHurch has unani mously called The Rev R A McConagha of the Stanton Col lege to serve as pastor for the ensuing year The Stanton church has also extended a call to Prof McConagha He will give two Sundays to each church Died la New Mexico Miss Edna Pettitt of Lexing tontlled Suddenly a Aibuqufcr quo N M Miss Pettitt liad been in theSouthsestfor seven years for her health She Is a Daughter fjmesPetttt tar mtiHy lijiiBt city and 6 hi d by her fa tfier trouser brother A 0 Pettitt and two sisters Mrs Charles Reynolds and Mrs Oeorge Sudduth of Lexington Her mother and brother were with her when she died The hunting season opened Monday with the usual number of sportsmen in the field Their success in some instances are good while some of the boys tire out no a days tramp and land but little game Y tXrr rt X We are here Kelp lirrODDjl Coantry and Ourselves CLAY CITY KIr 1I iSD NOVEMBER Ib J909 Cigarette Smokers IThe cigarette fiend being hit ington and Quincy Railroad Cone pay has recently announced that every employe found smoking cigarettes for the company will longer give him employ mOIltthey have ascertained their satisfaction that the cigar ette fiend cannot does not perform his duties sitisfac manner does the other fellow This poor encourage lent for our boys Strikes Rich new irrigating ditch being cut near the lands Curtis Springfield Colo and new town also being built near him This means great things for Mr Curtis who has host wellwishers here his native land has been twenty years since went Colorado Both Senators Louis Arnett State Sena tor from Kenton county son Arnett State Senator elect from county This the firstinstance which father and has served this State Senators the same time from Payoff Alaska Johq Welch old Powell county boy located Treads ell Alaska sends tjyo dollars jni renewing his subscription the Times Thanks you Bro Welch and may you ever pros per and your tribe increase bundantly thiscounty corn never seem plentiful this Pear notwithstanding the unfaVortilie seasonIt however sells remit al Oft and per barrel Ladles Dont fail line Tailored Suits 1trs1 William y 1f SHIMFESSELS J 1 i Jo The Old Reliable Place Y For Everything You Need in General Merchandise of Kr c Goods Delivered All Parts of the City I fJf Country Produce Bought and Sold IA Liberal Share of Your Patronage i ISohclted1 SHIMFESSEI 5I ahj IowoIY s y Y iJ 1t i t 1 rr t Ir f 1 fl t I vf t to g on is busiInoAs no to or in as a as is It A is of N B of a is a of in It he to W is a of B M Jessamine is in son as at T an at ua to to a In ed to be so as ly 8 8 25 to see our new of W i o l to I 1 V 4 I CLAY CITY KENT1 s KYjj r i0I i n W A k tad I KENTUCK CRR1W4 REPORT tThis is thozlsgtreport for 190 and tire n iii will be issued larclI11JOlMvVVo desire to ex press our ill uI to our very effl went and at ttTivo of Crop Repor erBtfh lave so ably aid ed us m + 6ur reports dur ing the pastniite months and ask their hearJy guvoporation for the coming year On the wiiwa qyenr has been a very favpra0To for the farm er The vrefther has been al most idealffaping weather since July IsttWhich time this report covQThu drouth of the past yr was not so ovi dent as onbthrain fell during the month ofjMuly and with the exception pfigjno localities dur= first part of- Septemberwill it was real dry the farmers were enabled to liar vest every td house it nicetyThe avers wheat yield for this State waiknot very heavy being eleven blSSiels This should bo increased jlbnd can be made possible if thi Toper rotation of crops is p by the farrribrfl A large acege f ofnwa8 planted this y h l1tltn fact is the largest feM hy yiiars if not i v i the ftitt taninure attttent Wagivelt to seed selectiepYoorculti Patton thineifh i tnsu tautiiVeda i btnGr w ing Contents fjjj boys and girls and wherever t ley have been held they have been very successful A n tuber ofcoun tics are havin r corn shows and it seethe thin Kentucky will br contending rival against the great corn growing states of the West The average yield for the Suite this year is thirty bushels per acre The pats crop in Kentucky this year was ago6d one as a gunst a failure of last your Au average yield for the State this year isftvventy bushels JperThe rye js small in the State and Urayerllge yield is only about nine bushels per acre J w The fruit crop taken asa whole was very light some local ties there Is a very good crop of apples Peaches cherries plums and 8trawberriesyero very light The acreage ofvbiirley toba TO was very large being about tho largest if not the largest ever grown in the StaJJTho quality is good and erllge yield is about nine hundred ponndBper acre for the State Both cloversand aifalfa are scarce nndare dolling for good prices Clover a feragihg 10 50 per ton while Alfalfa is soiling ixt1225 b Weh Seo then i4The business world is dnswer iiig the objections to Elie Payne bill says Set tQr Heminway Ho moans that Ute ctfusurnera allover the land aYe rejoicing over the fact that they have to pay more for ciothingand household comforts for the bemefitof the unI 1 to k M t 1 ti 1 pY tr t 4L Valued Subscribers John S Daughtee of Medary ville Ind remembers the editor by sending one dollar on subscip tion while Mrs Dora 0 Strat ton of Allegheny Pa remits us 150on subscription Such over thoughtful subscribers at about this time Thanksgiving day leads us to believe that we can truly fittingly observe the day this year Meeting to Begin Elder Z Ball of Lee county will begin a two weeks meeting at the Christian church this city next Monday night Nov 22 Bro Ball is a most pleasing talk or and he should have crowded houses at each sermon Powell Fiscal Court The Powell County Fiscalcourt which had adjourned from regular session in October met at Stanton Monday but owing to the business of Circuit Court ad journed again until Tuesday Dec mber 14 Election Contest p R Daniel the Democratic nominee IJpr County Judge has llled a contest against J H Hatdwick for the Judgeship He alleges fraud in the Stanton pre cinct which if thrown out would elect Mr Daniel To Build Warehaouse The Burley Society will build tttvaretoucc rttMt Sterling 80z 120 feet and high for the purpose of handling Montgomery cpunty tobacco The capacity of the warehouse will be 050000 pounds Mrs Eb Scrivner and son Hu bert of Millers Creek were called hero last week to see their relative Mrs Ailoy Enster who has beqn very sick Mrs Easter isnow some better I OUR LINE of 7 r 1 B Uurgberlubtisber NO 40 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY Program for the Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday even ing November 24th 190- 0TopicThanksgiving Neb 8812 The Origin of our Nations Thanksgiving Prof Brumley The Cause of Thankfuliie+ found in the realm of better time Buford Estes The Cause of Rejoicing found in Temperance Sentiment BushThanksgiving for Better times and M BurBrighter daysA gher Thankfulness for Triumphof Right against WrongMollieJ- ohnson Alters of Thankfulness Gen 35 l8 George Fletcher Song Society The Eternal Praise Service Rev 5818 Willie Combs Roll Call- Payment of Dues BenedictionHousehold Goods for Sale Having decided to move to Ten nessee I now offer for bole privately all ofmy household goods ot very low prices Call and select what you need T N RICH Notice to Taxpayers- My term of office expires Janua ry 1 1910 I am held respodslbln to the Countyand Statefdrall tax that n o Cdr your TJftnrLI must collect tir lose taxi so allwho have not paid by Decem ber 1st the heavy penalties will bo imposed hy law and I will proceed to levyand sell till I collect the tax of the county in full Time law in imperitive xnd I must boo Payat once and save me the trouble and you the heavyexpense of paying either tho penalty or the cost of sale J M Kennon Sheriff Powell Co FALL HATS will be ready for your inspection OCT 15TH AND 16TH I All are Cordially Invited IMrsk SAMPLE ROOM OF CENTRAL HOTEL 1 J Ii lOt J i I Y I r I vf vAi 4 M j4anYA 4 H h Ifp t f J w sa I iro t i f t ii t9 irau J fh kA C 1L i THE TIMES frUBLISHEp KVEUY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Nov 18 1000 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 76 41 Home and Farm7 Governor Willson in Demand The Democrats could afford to pay Gov Villsons expenses if ho will make speeches in the mountains before the next election Ho went to Owsley county to help in a district that was one thousand Republican and Sena for Hogg Democrat was elected lie spoke in Casey county with its nino hundred Republican ma jority and Hubble Democrat was elected Senator Lastly he stirred up Christian county which went Democratic for the first time in its history making a change of sixteen hundred votes in the countg since the State e lection Bath County World School Children at the Postofflce The postoffice department has decided that children going to and m school shall not be allowed tii F 5 their parents mail sodo uot amt postmaster if your mailjamong children has become a nuisance both to the public and the post master and the department has done wisely in making this de cision We hope this will be od served una not other means need to be used to enforce thus law Xena- Everything is dull here since the election Miss Oattie Meadows visited at this place Sunday Miss Cora Bowen visited her father and mother here Sunday There was a large crowd at tended court at Stanton Monday Regular meeting was held here Sunday by T T Rogers and a fine largo crowd Mr H T Rogers and wife left here last week to make their home in the State of Michigan There will be meeting at Chop Chestnut Sunday the 21 of this month We wish a large crowd Tommie Townsend and lilies Lillie G McCoy were suited in the bonds of matrimony the 11tH day of this month YaughnsMiil havingIhis millduni put in thseck Bob Henry and Shirley Fox came up Sunday from Winches tor to hunt visitednear Side Viev last week Miss Mannie Bush will go to Lexington Thursday to be with her aunt Mrs L B Hopkins who is in very bad henIthI Mrs G W Ginter and daugh ter Mrs Alivia Hill of College Hill are visiting Mrs Ginters brother Morgan McKinneyj and other relatives at this place t Old Uncle Mart Ballard died at the home of his soninTaw Dutch Crowe Wednesday morn ing He will be buried Thursday at the Wells grave yard Mr Joe Bush died nt his home on Hardwicks Oreek Saturday November Oth after an illness of several months of stomach trouble He is survived by one broth er A P Bush his wife and ten children as follows Mqsdames Lizzie Burgher of Lexington Lena Gravett Hattie Swope and Polly Swope of Clark county Mandy Swope of this place and Tuck Bill Jim Bob and Joe Bushall of this place He was buried in the Wells grave yard Monday He will be greatly missed by a host of and relatives of this place ISPOUT SPRING moved to Mont goinerycountylastweek J Da Hall moved this week to Levee Montgomery county D D Berryman of Winchester was here the first of the weekMrs Belle Burgher and dill dren visited relatives in Olay City Sunday Riley and Joe Hall have bought the Old Newton Todd farm of Mrs Belle Burgher for 1000 00 Mr and Mrs P D Todd of near Clay City visited their daughter Mrs Isaac Burnett Sat urday and Sunday- W J Christopher Jr of Clark county is spending a few days with relatives here and buying some geese and turkeys T S McKinney was called Sunday to Winchister to the bedside of Gus Locknane who married Miss Lida McKinney a niece of Mr McKinney If you are ever beaten it will be your own self Nobody else canbeat you +++ s + + + +How+ rrt + + to + JoI ++ ++ ntJoof+++ t Ii STANTON 4 COT LEGE it iiEvery teacher a professional 235 Audents lasl year IIit iiatsmallexpense Write for Prospeclus for I9Q919 Q + ii If R A McCONAGHA President If STANTQN KENTUCKY T tfM+ + F +WMWW Ita0riata9aataiaaarr7aat ja3a Y Fedd- ttti r + +++ F+ t+ i+++++oHo i- c a r i tTherruth It WeareJ notapologizing for Breathitt county bui it looks a little unfair when a little eleo Lion disturrJaitico breaks put thorn for the CinpnnitiundLouisville papers to herald the fact in job print headline The truth is that rjthereis mor sheol raised every week iiteitbec oftho wards id Cincinnati tllanjthere lsin the whole of Breathittcounty in 11 month nut iVs Jiuinan nature to score the ofhW fellow 7 while you are en agedaMhe sahie game ygurselfMavsvi1e Ledgqr Farm Paper Free We have coutraclted for one hun dred yearly uo8Cjription8 to the Southern Agriculturist end will give this paper one year free tOdll our subscribers paying for the Times one aiin advance The- Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers for this le tlou so renew with us today aii1getIt as a pre mium freersMight Prolong Papers Life One day theffico boywent to the editor of acountry paper said Theresa tramp Nat the door and he says he has had nothing to eat for six days Fetch himinVsaid the edit or If we caiimndout how he does it we cans+ruu this paper for anotherVeek1 The successful manta tile one who doesutil others learn 6ft his mistakes i1 f Deafness Cannot bo Cured by local applications as they can not read tnpd eased portion of the ear Thfefiaj + onlyone way to pure deafnessja d that is By constitutional i hi ies Deafness is caused by Afirf imfdcondition of the luUOb f lib ofbtIie Edstach beiYJnrtflanOr imptrfee 1fi ringftndwhen it lid entirely cinsedpn4fHess is the result thd tiiiltiii littarnmatiori can he taken out and this tube rep stored to jfiBnPjTW lcOM1tOP hear ing willlM de8ttfo dforever nine cases cut of ten are caused by Ca tarrh whlcb is i otBiirgbut an In- nl1iilad coiidltioblfeoteflie mucous surfaces W V i We willgivebae r- tarsforati prcdlol cos o n cans ed by c8 urrhl1tt o iunotbe our daufor w JCIIEIiiEY1CCOoledo P O Sold by Druggisjjtffta Take for eon t f Htijiation v SEEDSFresh Reliable Pure iwrinteed to Plutq f andPinterahonld menU of Ollr- NlnberuOrownSeecU sstdarRFieFOR 1O CENTS we will Ma4 postpaid our- FAMOl1SrCLLECTION t par YrLru adIa 0- 0t IoN tpt6rulDheegbl U f IUrU Brkl in4- ii 111TulaaVMtrtrtdS H eVtlU toOjl Bind 10 crota k IIolp 1paLlladbpacking wd ncilTt Ik tkan VTulMt ftUur cor Ktw and Ordn hold OBKAT ladE SKBpCO IMIUaieBt Ix I u j Fruit and Ornamental r TREEdO II dtosC RCffARDi1LAWCli olllid GA QJElV d Catalogue on Appljeqtlon AgentsI Iff F Hulferlmeyer- St Sons j 1I KY iRE J 1IoIAU t r rfIW r f 111 JI F N 10i h I I Ladies 1 artt SUITS and CLOAKS Just Received nice assortment of the 4 above Goods in the latest Styles and r rI Fashions tobe sol tReasonable priTfI I h Gall and See Themr pIL r p MRSJ W 0 0 V WilliamsS 1 J CLAD1 CIT Yt aKY tsJtc 1 THe Whitest White Cake t 1 The Lightest Light Ro s t And Flakiest Biscuit I 7r i T AVO Mode When YouUHo Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour I l Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed ti MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants f1 1- 1i Ys I iRI l DlMo rm 2mt iiWatii l IJ M Free Premiums L 1 R Thn SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST offers more and better premiums to club raisers than any Southern pa Jittper s Jh fii d 1 This year wo are a lot of new and vahtlulu ES l Vi SLt h r Jjjj Sq p- presdntssome things you never saw before JIa w Anybody can get upvltolub forithq Sou them Agricultur Jitt hecaugo iti80i6vetpaper publisliud for Southern farm tej I Sore 1fand the price is very reasonable f y r y f r yi Write for free Cample copy containing attractive prcjnir urn offer i 1 1 rir1y fj ill Sojthernricu1Ift1tlsf1f I ow r 1j Nashville Tenn Jioir i ft tf tI yo j i Ir x- e I nj t- w Hi tl 1 71 F ty h1 t 55A 1 I r A N tt o V Jn t piIAN ALL 1IOMEMADE PARER h THUJISDAY Nov IS 1009 LOCAL BREVITIES u r The first spits of snow fell here yesterday morning 1 0 Allen came in from Springfield Colo Sunday A O Myers of Jackson was + in the citron bttsinessSaturda- yMrsI uthor Loving visited fronds inJLexingtqn two days Mist week A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Walter Potts Sunday i November 14th t Attorney and Mrs HO Stohl of Lexington are guests of Mr and Mrs Luther Loving Just received nice line of Ladies Tailored made Suits Suits that Fwillplease you Mrs J Williams I 4 Mr and Mrs J F Webb of Lexington are spending a few days with relatives at Stanton Mrs t A Walters of Ford is spending a few days with her parents Elder and Mrs A Eas ter Mr and Mrs J Drews Rash of Cincinnati are rejoicing over the arrival of a new son J Ores Jr 44p Miss Ella Trimble of Mt Ster ling wastlie guest of her cousin Miss Bertha Mapel a few days r this week f t John 13 McPherson of R R Vipc4stefie spending d few- days tyi w with relatives at Virden i t d in the city I wti tl Vy 0 Courtney has been in Lee County this week looking af terspmetimberbuslnesQforOenter L r A O0liverjof the Oampton 1 Courier was in the city yester day morning on business Pub licution of the Courier Will soon t be resumed again Dr J T Breese is movijig to 1 Clay City He is arranging to tip publish a bookentitledUwo ijimim The work js now in the hands of the publishers Jas B Hullof Lexington George Hon of Winchester and others whose names we not J learn came Monday and have put itta few days killing birdsA I Young fins Victims I of headache as well us older wo men but nil get quick relief und prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy fill sick and nervous headache They make pure blood und strong nerves and buildup yoUr health 1 Drvuy Lumber Com punys I h LaGrippev Weakness w After a spell of La Grippe I was so weak and exhausted could dtardly stand I began taking Drt w Miles Nervine and was soon better in every way lima F J NORTON Freevllle N Y everyt+ c nate victims Thats where the principal danger lies because it leaves the ygteminQ weakened condition which invites more serious I diseases During convalestitllcc Dr Miles Nervine I Should ha taken to restore jicrvpus energy and overcome this we aken i ing influence which isthe most serious effect of La Grippe The flrit bottle will benefit If not 1fyour drugplstwlll return your money r t A J f y ot Ir 1f I sPa J t l 11 jo 1 u Hog killing wbdtjier JvitJ us und doubtless many porkers will be made to suffer in thenejc l few dayfc I r A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Kywho writes that whets alt thought ho would die HuoklensArnicu Salve wholly cured him Infallible for turns Scalds puts Corns Wounds bruises Cures fever Sores Jioiis Skin Eruptions Chil blains Chapped hands Soon routs Piles 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos Mrs Butler Benton thebedsidemoned last week to of her mother Mrs Ailcy Easter who is very ill at the home of her son Rev A Easter near Olay City N 0 Walters of City has been employed by the West Irvine mill compa ny as mill foreman and is now repairing the mill for next years runEstill Herald The Rev II A McOontfgh de livered a memorial sermon on Bro R A Irvin at the Presbv terian church Sunday evening The service vas largely attended and Bro McOonagha delivered a most forceful sermon Bro Mc Conaghu will preach for the church in this city again Sunday morning andevening Forced into Exile Wm Upchurctf of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would curt a frightful lung rackingcough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months he re turned death dogging his steps Thtn I began lo use Dr Kings New Discovery he writes and after tikiin six bottles I am as well HM 1111 It saves thousands yearly from dehpenite lung diseases In fallible for Coughs and Colds it dispels Ilniirgne p and Sore Throat Cures Grit Bronchitis Hemor rhairtf Asthma Croup WhoopI lug Cough 50c and 8100 trial bottle free guaranteed by Swann lHy umber Co We B- uyFUN Hides and Woos 1QIendctati u roucuaau u urtl H tnci r Dar Lckivfflj Writs In u tatpTJ Ca sl fit Sons 229 E Market SILQUSVLLE Ky ral1eT w J WING hE yIIREuaalltEai aa tE J YNION LAWN FENCE I n Costs verr little nroveaverr Batls fnctorr fur 11118 rtoor yurdnjm Iou We uinlto fonrlue fur lawns uttrylrriteUNION FENCE CO DeKalb III lKanses City Ale J- J J IrJ i- I t N 1 ftIn ila Value of Publicity A merchant in a small town tvhol3aivtit farmer received goods lit ltraiirud station from n mall order house told hun he could have sdldFthO same goods for less money and saved the freight be sid RThe fnvniornskedtvhy he didnt letlpeople know Though he h dt keQthe home paper rpgulariyor years he never saw It line in that such goods were to be had The mai1 order house came after the trade and got it Merchant and manufacturers who fail tip advertise what they have shouot expect to com pete wtJlthose WhO do Tho very best articles at the lowest prices willbe passed by when people arejf unaware of their ex istence Probably if the mer ohant had advertised and the farmer haoVtought from him he wouldnt have known that his advertisement had brought the business anyway and so wouldt have giveuit credit Publicity often reaches much further than is outwardly perceptible 1JII Kills Her Foe of 20 Years hlhemost merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville IMe was Dlspepsia suffered in tensely aftertatingordrinkingand could Ic r sleep After many remedies hid failed and several dnctors gnvefrne I tried Elec trio Bitters wiioh ruredme completely Now 1 can eat anything I am 70 yearsiqld and am overjoyed to get myhealth and strength back acrain Fltr Indigestion Loss of AppetitetJ Kidney Trouble Lame Back lemale Complaintr it unequaledj J Only 50o at Swann Day Lumber Companys 1J MI 5 vSUCCSBI LOFFERJIa1t1a1i miteyou rarpennsnent customer M asy1 1r etIwIGA ItteeasestlTnlrr i uwalbtvans Wstaap MI iBiHcl wnUei lo all tXT TO PLEASE Write today fyU this Paper SEND K CENTS wstuev bp etIsartltbla111e1-Ltlm ct with mT tie o titZmt MtItrenviIDa bailnrWUH t 6dSWNW5us e1ICaevc afr srtl OAPITAI STOCK 81OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO M TIt- HWINCHETER BANK or wlruas8DEIt ICT wNJIoixv VITBJSRSPOOK PRES WRrlpJIAJ4 t O gsuxES- YOUItAcooUNTS t SOLICITED D y 010 + J I Ito J + + J P HAUPPIN i I yiWatchmaker iw S Jeweler i t All Kinds of Watch and Clock iRepairing on Short otlce and 3 Reasonable Terse SATISFAC- TlONOUARANTEED f Line of l Jewelry Spectacles i I Gets and eeot+ t the Red I River Hotel CLAV CITY 1kIlkI11Igi e I iIi f r iV e f1 y If j t Jc 1 I 1- r ci- 4f v t DespondencyNodespairand the despondency endured by women who carry a daily burden of illhealth and pain because of disorders and derangements of the delicate and important organs that are distinctly feminine The tortures so bravely enduredcom pletely upset the nerves if long continued Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for weakness and disease of the feminine organism IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL It allays inflammation heals ulceration and soothes pain It tones and builds up the nerves It fits for wifehood j and motherhood Honest medicine dealers sell it and have nothing to urge upon vou as iust as good It is non seeret non alcoholio and hRS a record of forty years of cures ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS They probably know of some of its many cures If you want a book that tells all about womans diseases and how to cure them at home send 21 onecent stamps to Dr Pierce to pay cost ofmailing oafand he will send you a free of his great thousand page illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised up to date edition in paper covers In handsome cloth binding 31 stamps Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky Bfj jima fl M H CouaTrlra Irrs A T ViiiTT Cushier CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY it Capital Paid in Surplus and Profits 1000000I Offers itrf service dr the trnnsnctinn of mih but mess as you ally be pleased to present either Iin its intuerciul or Savings Department SAVINGS IcE1 1UTMLNTInterest at THREE per cent per n n nti in n paid and compnumitd semiannually I ijil1lIIexperience lufiM rvice in our present location ItBOARDM H Dr B iii i mi m oJ + tJ tJ + + + + J + J 11011 t+ 4 r+ 11 I lIJut OO U+ + ofl + tINURE WITH i I P A LYON 6c SON i 4 The Loactinf IuIJ Ala+ utw- f 7 of l OArn l4Mifii lcv + i Over 200000000 i i Represented j iEverylineI i+ ra+ f s + +a+ H I I + I + + + + + MONEYbyat li asked by other en Ale us to make this phenomlnal offer which none of our com pctltora can meet 2SO buys this handsome large WINNERItoa No mailorder honae can touch this price indirect will not ordertbls range for u then let us We are anxious to establish In every community Dont miss a vood thing wben His offered We have been buslalsu for ISrtyeightyears MODERN STOVE MFO COMPANY Chic go III V Ji J W J Ii I Ot ffr t w J iI il I f P 1t Co J J t 1ii ROFESSIONAL CARDS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY n C WELCH r Attorney CounselloraLaw iTANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth We Ask 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 have said It Is the best medicine to take Try III Sold in This CityF3 is TimerBliss Time LAnya box of Bliss Native headachedistress hand for all ti n gbiliousnesscond a tablet once In jjwstfor healths sake0 l I I BLISSNATIVE 11 an old timo remedy of roots and barks pressed into liS easy totake100 tablets 100 guaranteed to benefit money buck I Get the genuine in yelow InLW G PATRICK KIMBROLL KY NO MORE Cad EA11OHE- i SALlAft E5- NerveAlgaGold and Silver Headache Povvccra permuwnteuroforallforms compounded by one of rile beet chem ists in the United State IoHitivoly was no morphine or dangerous opiato in its composition cure tho most violent headache caused Iv biliousness or nervousness in ten miilutcs if used asdirectedIt tho head clear and bright and the strength renewed There is nothing just as good Can bo taken by an infant and leaves no after affect A rceelvedMrsi I enUrelyI Mm Wm Fllmore Albany N Y mrlUiil i I Nothing like your Nerve Headache Pow j ders They have cured or periodical Dead aches Would not be without theta I Mr W B Pearl WOMCO Wan writes I AltaHeadacheI druggistsWrite l SALLAD CHEMICAL CO WisBitters fallsInweaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND TROUBLEIt ld over n druggists counter t y tJ hj l r- One Hans Experience An exlmnge cites an instance of the foolishness of ordering gro caries from distant wholesale OJthisit rich andortltrpd iv Jnn r hill rtf gioceries friftn a Cliicugo house and inclosed check A month passed without a sign of grocer alnfinelytypewritten statement and ami a bill of lading showing os tensibly that the goods had been shipped Another month passed by and another letter wits written which was returned by the stnrnpedIbuy from those who advertise whether they are reliable or not Eghtysix killed and 1700 in jured is the automoblo record in Chicago this year up to a few weeks ago Chigngn can hardly expect to reach 2000000 in pop ulation by rowing in that way The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac for 1910 Ready November 15th HJ09n Hpemlid yearbook on astronomy and meteorology the only one con taining the original Hicks Weatli er Forecasts By mail postpaid 35c on news stands 80c One copy free with a years subscription to Word and Works the Rev Irl R Hiuks Monthly Magazine tho best 81 monthly in America Discounts on Almanacs in quantities AguiUs wanted Remember the genuine Hicks Forecasts are not publish ed anywhereelseyou get them on Iy in bis own publications i 1Ngrdtnd W klPubliA1ing Go 1220 Locust St St Louis Mo BOYS GIRLS COLUMBIA BICYCLE FRET Greatest olfeV1 out Get your friends to subscribe to our magazine anti we will make you a present of a 4000 Columbia LJicyclo the best made Ask for particulars free outfit and telling How to Start circulurI The Bicycle Man 22d Street Now York City N Y WANTED Success Magazine j wants an energetic and responsible man or woman 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