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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1 Br y r It THE CL i f jr F i ti CITY TIMESts J Q9 Cents i Year in Advane j i L VOb XVI The Cold Wave Lust Wednesday morning it began ruining which to sleet and snow Thursday and greetedlaywas tho st in probably ten Years Friday nighr the tjier monieter dropped to about ten degrees below ero sp registered this low three successive nights with one exception when it went to 12 degrees bejow This is evidently the coldest weather we hate had since 1005 It is warmer now and thawing fast Indications are now good for rain which will cause another tide in the river The snow at Jackson and that far up in the mountains e was very light We Protect Local Advertisers Two weeks ago wo received a letter from u concern in the city wanting to buy an unlimited mount of advertising space in the Clay City Times and was willing to pay us two times as much as we get from our local advertisers We refused the of fer to uphold a principle It means to us probably a loss of more money from advertising in the next twelve months than we will get from all other ndvertis fug sources but it is all the same to us To Examlae Books Fred Blackburn of Stanton being one fa committee of three a inted from the State Bos7dhftArieulturO Fore try a to inspect the books ovf Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin has been in Frankfort the past few days attending to these duties Mrs JF Martin Jr of Vin ton is visiting her sister Mrs Wm C Martin MensfSO ct Heavy Fleeced Un del wear at 40 cts Mrs Williams 1kn- t t 011r 1 rr We are hire to help CUy iiyjhe 4 SorronnJing Country anJ Ourselves i CLAY CITY KriWTHURSDAY JANUARY J3 1910 Double Wedding Mr Dillard Estep nnd Miss Grace Shearer Mr Onrl Garrett mid Miss Pearl Estes went to Winchester Wednesday Jan 5t where they were united in marriage by Elder M P Lowry Af ter marriage they went to Mill ers Creek where they spent u few days withrelatives All of the contracting parties are leading young people of the county and each are to be Jon gratulated upon winning the heart and hand of their r spec tive help mate Who Gets Ute Liquor At Carlisle a local option town officers one day last week captured some liquor and there by thought they would get the bootleggers who proved too shurp for them They never showed up Liquor must be pretty scarce down there The County Judge setclaim to it as did the officers who captured it The cube a uq tried before a jury which award ed the liquor to the officers who confiscated the liquor The Judge has appealed o How About Uay City The new L E Railway depot at Winchester lies been completed and is now occupied hy that railroad It is by far the handsomest and most convenient depot on the line We think iris now time something was being done for Cm vvlity inrho warif it liejy e flt 5 4 J tant1li very el llso1 faints theIttvelisi- public r is concerned but oh the loafers principally the negro part of it is terrible No decent person cares to wait in our de pqt ten minutes for a train Call and inepect our line of full and winter Queen Quality shoes for women in patent leather gun metal vici kids and tans Hardwick CO Stanton Ky II w lJ- I l I SHIMFESSELS 11 I The Old Reliable Place i For Everything You Need in General MerchandiseS Z i CJ Goods Delivered tQ All Parts of the City g Country Produce Bought and Sold 0 0 A Liberal Share of Your Patronage 1- It 1 1L Solicited iiS1MFESSEL u s o n i I I f s r- r 1 3 CLAY CTY- KENTUCKY I f l 1 i- r I I l t 1 Council Meets The City CJbuiicil convened last FndfiyTtilgnt but as there ho quoruniSpferfetit the meeting adjournefl 1iSi1tnrtlay night Saturday iii htthe Council met pursuaut v7 adjournment the pluvious rillin A quorum was present3egjdes the regular routine olblitHsStgreat interest centerenTdpon the selection of the Marshall to succeed S D Rose w tide elected about two months ri Qntfil out the unex Aired ternF office of A P Johnson fji gned There were three candid ttes in the field viz S Ditosescar Alack ey and A T Pettitt Pettitt received every vote Ibnt oneand was there fore elected f A T WHHt was reelected Treasurer iid Luther Loving was reelect Clerk These of facers huvingfproven ideal in their uliicialchpac t3 The members of the Board are uteri to theirZuuties and they to get her with tile old members of time Board ptnise a most favor able administration for the city Encoursgdttlome Enterprises Encourage rfyry home enterprise Take tin luterest in ev cry industry i tbest liberally in tho stock ofviTTfth and good will mud yourjiMltcity in evem every work shop evI fDiTsiAeSsliouBe It will pay large dividends and will ci stffi y iittleitcatii n der aeprVeilldv 1 in will always be it Love parr Buy home made goads Ask your merchants for them Wear home made garments eat home made articles of food sleep on home made beds read home made newspapers In this way the money you spend is only loaned It will come hack to you again with interest Prance up your citydont run it down Standby your merchants and manufac Curersthey are the bone and sinew of your municipal struct ure Stand by your churches and your schoolsthey are the hopes of your future Stand by your pressit is the tireless sentinel that guards your interest One step wont take you very fur youve got to keep on walk ing one word wont tell folks what you areyouve got to keep on talking one inch wont make you very tallyouve got to keep on growing One littlead wont do it all youve got to keep em going Reaewa tract Hope Mills J Andrew Cain proprietor has renewed their advertising contract with the Times for the year 1010 This makes eleven successive years business with this enterprising firm and both parties satisfied The edit ors family has been using Pearl flour for a longer period than L bove mentioned and it has al ways given the very best possible results We can heartilyrecom- mend and urge our readers to use Pearl nnd Bakers Pride flour and are sure they will be pleased with it Wo have a full like of mans and boys hats in ill of the new shapes and colors You should see hem Hard wick Co- Stantont i Ky A L P j 1t4 I I T 10 STANTON COLLEGE NOTES Our winter term has opened with a fine lot of new students and few losses amopg the old onesThe work of the Departments is now under fair headway under the direction of Mrs Russell and her able corps of assistants Miss Mollie Johnson of Clay City has been employed to do the work in 3rd and 4th grades Miss Johnson was a student with us last year and has made many friends among the Stanton peo ple as a teacher in our schools before the college was built The western half of the coun ty is giving us a larger represen tation than last year We have now one teacher and seven stu dents from the vicinity of Clay City Are there not other young men and women in the county who should go somewhere to school this winter The boy or girl who lets the young life pass by without an education relegates himself to a lifelong period of slavery tn ignorance A man with the best education is none too strong to meet the pressing demands of this ago Young man go to school I To Clay City to Stanton or elsewhere but go somewhere 1 Prof McConaghu will preach morning und evening at the Clay TjifyPfesbykerianchurch come Burned to Death V 2i ary1l 8 n ah ogee colored woman living alone on the road between this city and I Sunton was burned to death be i fore daylight Tuesday morninv lUlluflOur Shoe Department is com i plate and many Broken Lines at I reduced prices Mr J W WIllinmK I fi Ighcr tublisbcrNO S Results of Sclentifc Farming In Wake county booth Caro lina one farmer through a syste matic rotation of crops the proper soil culture and a earful breeding of seed corn has succeeded h growing fortyfive harrols of corn per acre and that too oil land that five years ugo woufd not bring four barrels per acre and land that sold for five dollar per acre This land was un doubtedly thinner soil than th land is in Powell county then the same thing c in be done on our land by scientific cultivation as is being done in Wake county South Carolina The Time thinks it is time we were get imq our eyes opened and doin things Now is the time to he gin lets Another Call Elder J T Turpin fora num ber of years pastor of the Pow ells Valley Baptist church iiafi recently been called to the church at AllpiiRVillc Clark cotiity This mikes two churches in Unit county under Elder Turpms pastoral charge 111111111 y u men Mid hays tp- Islt our linn of Hlthing WIt fHssure the CHii suit vmi both in Style and price W hove them both in novelty andtaplecolors und styles Hardwick Co Stautbrir 1 it r tfifimproving some being able to sit u Hi greater part of the drtv J tV Allen left last week for Kansas and will he joined there early in the Spring by Mrs Al s lou I t Fun linr of HoyA Suits Coats aal Punts Mrs1 W Williams Ii6 Pall and Winter HATSIare ready for your inspection All are Cordially Invited ft MrsW N BUSH t SAMPLE ROOM OF CENTRAL HOTEL 1 r t P ri p 1 J THE TIMES IUllLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per feisr in ad Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday cTan 13 1910 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates J with the following papers at pricei helow mentioned d The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 1IC I Louisville Commercial 7f Home and Farm 7b Those Insurgents Tho Republican platform upon which President Taft was elect edand tho Republican House kept intact declared for a revis ion of the tariff downward Soon as Tuft was sworn into office ho called a special session of Congress to revise the tariff according to the declaration of this party platform However the tariff was revised upward instead of downward Taft Raid he didnt like it but signed r itbecause he said it was the best that could be done at that time At the time this revision work was going on there were a score or more of Republican Congress men and Senators who stood loyal to the good part of their party platform and contended for the revision downward These Re publicans were termed Insur gents These same members are still upholding the principles of the Republican platform and are+ the only members that are Now the standpatters as the radical members are called are talc ing steps to read these Insurgent out of the Republican party be cause they will not bow to the autocratic rnleof Joe Cannon Speaker of the House Such principled men are und never Were in place lined up with the Republican side of Na tional politics They are in part for tile right thing nod should be full fleged Democrats thereby setting just conceptions on eVe fry public question Taft has turnedover and is now with the atandpatters It is a pity but it is rumored that President Taft will punish the insurgent Congressmen or those Republicans who do not 110 Kree with the stand pat turin policies of tho party by cutting oil f heir annual supply of garden heed which they distribute where it will do the most good As John Langley tInes not belong in that class the faithful in the Tent District will get their seed as usual Winchester Democrat Thus Y Lawson comes to the Lortnw and lints 03725f Overdrafts 108838 pdlltiiDuo+ Juo front Trust COH 07434 Furniture and Fixtures 341168 I a Caah sort 673081 i83 I Burley Society and proposes tin formation of the Peoples trust We hope to see some good come of this trust but the trouble heretofore has been the peopl get busted by trustin- gKimb ell Nelson Witt was at Irvine court last Monday Walter Clem sold to G J Al len 2 shotesfor 7 00 John Olem is moving to the old Blanton house this week Stanford Puckett was visiting relatives at Fox last week Born to Harlin Wir burn and wife Saturday January 8th aI sonNext Sunday is preaching day at Jacksons Chapel by Bro BushLee Abney has moved from J D Pucketts to J W Dawson placeWilliam Clem hits moved from near Spout Spring to the Sams neighborhood 0 H dams and Lincoln Ro land went to Lexington hist week with a load of tobacco W G Patrick and son Owen went to Wilmore the first of last week where the latter entered Asbury College 1Itlhnery Our loss will he ynnr wilts if u take advantage of thi opportunity 87 50 hints at 84 75 5 00 hate Ht S3 25 84 50 huts at +275 3 5n hats at 112 25 2 50 hlit 81 2A Ihirdwick R Cit Stunton TREASURY DEPARTMENT 1GarceCurrency 1 Washington 1 December 7lflOJ Whereas bv satiRfnctorv evi dence presented to the undersign ed it has been made to appear that the Clay City National Bunk in the city of Clay Oltv in the County of Powell and state nf Kentucky has complied with nil the provisions of tho Act of Congress to enable National Banking Associations to extend their corporate existence and for other purposes approved July 12th 1882 JVbto therefore I Lawrence 01 Murray Comptroller of the Cur rency do hereby certify that The Olay City National Bank in the City of Clay City in the County of Powell and State of Kentucky is authorized to have succession for tho period sueciiiqd in its amended articles of asso ciation namely until close of business on December 17 1029 In testimony whereof witness my hand and Seal ofoice this- seventeenth day of December 1009 Seal Lawrence 0 Murray Comptroller of the Currency No 4217 f H+ rHc ++v+ J ++ ++ rI + wi98 MJMJJ +++ t c+ rII ++ + I + F A Con enled Statement of the Q IPowell County Deposit Bank 0 STANTON KY I+ At the dose of Business December 28 1909 f = 1 c tfto re 4 In fm 110I09 r I Ciqiital Stock 16Qux- vN ji t tiOllutltlI U1 1 Undivided Trofits Duo Dunks Individual v dupusits 100101I tInthe matter accommodations thii bank meet every requireihnU within the JimiU ol J prudent banking We appreciate our many cuttomerswho have madeihil natement r i pouihle and solicit your continued patronage E j1 FULLER Cl lieri r + + V ++ + 7 t + + ++++ + + + rw 4 t r v edFrozoto Death John 0 Iter an old colored mau living noar this city was found Friday frozen to death and lying all colored iu snow Ho was on his Viiad homo from this city Tuesday evening and fell in to the river which he had to cross near tlmpld dam and got wet to his waist and it is thought that this V8kthe cause of tiffs freezing Sorho citizens in the neighborhood of which he was heard him hoHpyying but thought nothing of thisi See onr fall and winter line of Walk Over elibes for men Wi have them in all the uptoidat styles t Hardwick tC C kiStanton J f Egypt IMiss Issabelle Osborne daugh 0 ter of T D Osborne of Louisville died at Cairo Egypt Sat Saturday The Osborne family have been on a foreign trjp for several months The entire fame ily were takelte ddelll ill from an unknown cause The remain ing members of the family are now out of danger Our line of Mijfinery is MrMlv up to than and our pricesnre right WI invite t othtnr4nlland see it ISrdwick Co t rStanton The sale of tljSlStunton Grad ed School hmmlnl wInch wnsnd vertised to heVfeflld Monday was rolled tiff 4 t 100 Reward 100 Tlic riiKrHrH nf this pupet will be pleiised to esrri that there id atI- III I HUH dnrtdfdrrdipeaPe that nci nrr hll ht Nt1 ttheti dire in all its Btiluei nnd the Nta1rrh Halls ureij 4- cttiHrrh tJie only positive rlirn no r kiniwiWtoUhe nifdicul Ira CiiIih l JII jtaCltn + ern- ru6YItaeeuee JYtAro 1rrq1lrtKn nhIPtitu t h1ttolitC n01s lturh Util is tllktoiutlrutIlV acttip die 4le iKii hn lilixul nrfd mucniis llrftIII of fhJVitftiri thereby de irnMng rh fiiuiidnpol r the His MI HIt Jiuinfirthe piitiii trllIJth h1 hul1cJin l1p i Ioll i tntiiii 1I1IIi i iiMif1fhijture in dII file tc 4 IIi k rhetjtmtpritiini have en much fititli in pow trK thhi i lieV71 tiffer ibne Jundred DollHrH f irlInI1I fSKat it fails to cure Stiod for list tJtestinumiulH Address F J Cl11 EY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by DrllllJtllltlli1Q Take HallV Family Pills for con stiimtinn SEEDSFresh Reliable Putt 6uaranleadtoPlano- Ererr gardener and houWtertlli naperiormerluoOur NorlhernUNwu SPECIAL OFFER weollsend postpaid CENTS our I FAMOUS COLLECTION IyleCOopruI p rrluul4dlA IO- kiIt0rwlaaklr1 ro- I yle erlr U IOU 1 11TrawIM1rlrdl gibe1ee WrlUtoUyl End 10 cut t wip p r r Uj a=pukluc uid ttMKho TDoal CoIlMUan out IIW sod ltroti Ordr OW ORFAT NOUTUKUN CO M3 31loasu Ki ekfurdIUlnoU J j Fruitr and Orname- nta1ITREE5Ik f I Everything fori1 ORCHARD LAWN I r tiiru CurulORueonUiHUetI J l F Hllleiimpyer Iifl Uc Sans KY4 hN n pA Lr NU 4 I YJN C da 4- r1 1 I- XJ All V t y 0 t Ia4iiesr t SUITS and GTOMS Just Received a nice assortment of the above Goods in the latest Styles and r l Fashions to be sold Reasonable pricesr 0 Call and See Them r L i I 7 1 MES J W t 4I I 1 t J S William- sv t t v CITYYT T y f USE HOPE MILLS UR- r I Start In Nowt- o f A UMJ HOPE MILLS flour und see if you dont like it butter thun any i other you ever used We guaran tee your biscuits more dainty Lad recur pies and pnetry more melons i You will find that quality counts r It J in flour as well us in cooks ahd our flour has the quality thatst brings happy reBtrUs t- I Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky r m1W rA a rd I Yl I t Ir Free Premiiims jii C f i Thfi SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST offers more SK l 1 nnd better toclub raisers an Southern I tpy WTins1 flI 0 e f present =something5yoir noyer saty before W f j Al b ycltlg t up a lttblfor theSouthern Agric ltnr4itai because it is the bestt paper published for Southern farm era and the price is very reaeoimble 1Vrlkleforfrte t sunaplectipyicotd 1anJ tittricti 4 ejtrenuioill 1i um offer 01 r JY r 1JTt t it I Southejpn t rct lturist II + I Z4 d4N 1 I 1i t Nashyille Tenn Ifft f Jl1 eB r I 0 1 tV1 I 1Ptrv iof t i efPgI rfj1 r J I L 1I1J I1 f IESj WI 1 VXALl HOMEMADE PAFKR tllUKSDAY1 Iiui J5 1101 t === = =oo r LOCAL BREVITIESI Mr and Mrs Dillard Estes aro visiting relatives tienr Howard5 I i Bill Huthcounty if I FiiUline of Ladies and Misses Teloaks at close pricesMrs 4 J ViIHums D B Davis of this city is selling out and will shortly move to Middletown Ohio t i tDr Martin announces the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs y Richard Adams January 10 J Mr arid Mrs Bert Barnett of Olnrk county are spending a few ir days with relativesill the conn ty 19 JA T Pettitt who was Satnr I day elected Chief Police of this city will shortly move his family to this city Mr and Mr Shelf Neal of Millers Creek visited tho latterc parents Mr and Mrs A 0 Es tes from Saturday till Tuesday rir James Bellis and Sarah Daniel t were married January 0 at 8 p m at the residence of J Belli dinClay City Eld A Easter of dating Edwin Rose and son Glint at l tended the funeral of Mrs W 0 o Hoskin at Winchester Friday r Mr Hoskin is a brother to Mrs Edwin Rose1 j Mrs Ann E Barnett formerly of this city has purchased at for tvacre farm eight miles from Yincttestenon the MU 4 Sterllnii i ott pike far 4500 IfI- jr I 4 V Elder J A CargillofLexing ton will preach at the Christian r Church this city Sunday morn t fing and nt night Everyone is Ii most cordially invited to be pres entti 4MissNettie White died at pine d w Grove Tuesday and will be r L brought to this city today for burial at the Eaton Cemetery De p ceased isn sister to Mrs John McRoberts of this city4 so c Miss lttisonlies been 7 employed as one of the teachers Missffy i in the county and is i- V Jtruly deserving young lady The rein last week caused n considerable tide in Red river and as a consequence the big w BrodheadQarrett saw mill a large supply of logs and will start itheir mill soon as there is a thaw out 7 r Floyd Day Coof Jackson filed articles of incorporation the 1 I V past week with a capital stock of orie hundred thousand dollars The incorporators were Floyd Day Price Sewell and Mrs Lu f k ells nuIgis and the business of generalFi businessI IMakk1 Life Safer+ Everywhere life is being made r m rouafe through the work lJ Dr Icings New Life Pills it i Constipation Blliousn s Dyspep t sin XodgeatUm Liver troubles Q Kidney Diseases anti Bowel DJs tIrdtJr Theyre easy J but Bute r I t mid perfectly build up thehealth oJ rl SCenl9gat Svannlay Lumb r Cos t tare 1rf fo s r c Lrt jr1lJf rt J 1 r l j I 1 1 j eiSlag ttr t f Kddio Bellis who JUR been tir fering for sevurjil inonlha with u fractured knee hail his leg itinpu toted Sunday by Drf Smith tool Irvin of this city llels doing enterItainedA Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful dis tress of Iilis Theres no need to Listen 101 suffered much from Piles j writes Will A4 Mrshlf Siler City N C till 1 gnt a box of BuckleR Arnica Salve and was Foon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczcn Outs ChapS ped Hands Chilblains vanish be fore it 25 cents at SwannDay Lumber Cos store If in need of corduroy pants high and regular top shoes hunt ing coats caps or gloves let DH show you what we have and get our prices for we will save you money Hardwiek Co Stanton Calendars The Clay City National Bank this time issued the prettiest and most valuable calendar we ever saw given nway Other enterprising firms of Olay City that issued handsome calendars arc 0 Shimfessel Mrs Williams H 0 Warmouth Henry Waldron and SwannDay Lumber Company Saved at Deans Door The door of death seemedready to open for Murray W Ayers of Transit Bridge NY when his life was wonderfully saved I was in a dreadful condition II he writes my skin was almost yel low eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing 40 pounds mowing weaker daily Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death In spite of 9r Then that m atehleesinediclneElectrfc Bitters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and simtiti For all rtomach liv er and kidney troubles theyre supreme boo at Swann Day Lum ber Company store r We Ear FURSHides and Wool Fwthcn Tallow BM WU Cunen- eGoldeaSe4YellowRadMayApe Wild Ginger etc Were Ioccr eotbIiaI ia IBS6Oeer Wfcrntarria LouunBe udcalldo bettcrfor jua iLtcnt or ac mLoa mcrdutli Pcfeirnn ear Desk in Lxxiiivak NVnlt far wceliy pace stpadsLpiinducc M Sabel A Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVilLE KY UNION LAWN FENCE I Catta Terr little PTOWB yen aatta ketanr for lawn door hltuodan Wo mnke fonclor forjawn door Tunli 8fldholrlUd poultry Wrlta for cntuloe UNION FENCE CO DeKalbllL Kassa City Me + 41 1- I t i J heenrsincevSKrndliciulGnrretta saw mill wus closed down sonic time sinces returned to Clay City to been handas handsaw filet when the inillffitarts up at the conclusion of the present coldspcll J f Emey Cain has resigned his pos r iftns held hook keeper for BrodheadOarrett Company to accept if similar position with a Hunhii hoe W Vn firm The good people of Clay City regret to lose Mr Cain ns a citizen for truly is Vho n model gentleman We commend him and his esti mablo wife to tho good people of their new home A Wild Ollzxard Raging brings danger suffering often death tcthousands who take colds coughs and lagrippe that terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals are stuffed tip nostrils lower part of nose sore chills andtf fever pain in back of heads and a throatgripping cough When Grip attacks an you value your life ont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One hot cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Volley Misstfllftc being laid up liree weeks with Grip For re Vlnngs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds Whoopine Cough Bronchitis Asthma its supreme 50c 1100 Guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Company Dr Cook finds that everbody is from Missouri when it comes to that North Pole visit of his We handle Ball Brand rubber I foot wear and have a complete stock of Boots Shoes Felts arctic and rubbers in stock- Hardwiek Co Stanton jitn SEEDHUCKBC SuEDSsWxt- EDtSPECIAL OFFER J tbna faw BiM r A trial Will IIOqout psrmanea custom PrIze Collection11ad NtW1 t hnI Y1freWJ11th5e w t ODABANTECD TO PLtASE Write today Mention this Paper n SEND 10 CENTS to ttmt Mklof u4 rK M thU T taakli CdlMtloa C a p tnid wllk wn o- il1utunM Mttl d 4 Past BkwWrwt Pul1Do Mllllsc 1ttsa000KSiiWq r C r ay Crv r W vh y 7iCWZ OAPJTAIJ STOOK 81OOOOO I SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 100000 TIlE WINCHESTER BANKY OF WlNOliaTBR KV N nO Y WlTH SHSPOON PnES W H SPUAR OASUIKII YOUR ACCOUN S SOLICITED w rW J 1YWatchmaker 555 Jeweler I IAllTION GUARANTEED Une of i Jewelry Spectacles lCall sad eee wieto the Red t River Hotel BUHd1Ng + r CLAY CITY S KENTUCKY 4 4 ttoI 1 t t1 T 4 i 1 Honored bv Women When a woman speaks of her silent secret suffering she trusts you Millions have be stowed this mark of confidence on Dr R V Pierce EeryJwonderIii rower II Picrcjjn Favorite Prescription which saves tho suffering sex from pale and successfully grapples with womans weak nesses and stubborn Ills IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL No womans appeal was ever misdirected or her con fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice to the WORLDS DISrNSARY MeDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellet Imface mild natural bower movement once m dayq Having Returned from my visit to Oklahoma I am opening up an entire new STOCK of GOODS in my small storeroom on Sixth Ave where I will be pleased to meet my customers and assure them that I have the right prices Promises get customers but it is performances that keeps them So come in and have a look ifyou do not buy It is better to look than to wish you had Dont skip a word or you may skip adollar r I Henry Waldron M H COURTNKV Ires A T WHITT Cashier iB CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK I ICapital Paid in 5000000I and Profits n a Offers its services for the transaction of such bus H loess as you may be pleased to present either j in its Commercial or Savings Department flJ H SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Interest at THUEK per cent- S I- KS S annum is paid and compounded semiannually Our facilities for handling your banking bus iness have been established by TWENTY YEARS of and service in our present location riexpeience i BOARD OF DI ECTOR- SI j M H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON J P Cox j B R SMITH A r WHITT IDry ldh++ +++ H+ 11 +++++ ++ +Jo + + U Idt++++ + 3r++UI INSURE WITH + i F A LYON 6c SON I The Lendlux Innurnnoo Agoutis tot Eastern Kentucky i ii Over 200000000 i Represented + I I Every to one who knows I they are leaders in this linoIfK t+ l t++ +4 tCt++ + ++ + ++++44++4 i- xy j 5- I w1N The Latest Fad The latest fad in society is the tub cure In this the patient u rises just as the crIsp air of the morning is mellowed by the first sunbeam An ordinary wash Sleepless Nights- My wife is of a nervous tempera ment and has suffered much from sleeplessness Since using Dr Miles Nervine she has greatly improved and now sleeps wclL W 1V FISH BAQK Redkcy Ind When the nerves become weak worront excitable from overwork worry grief or mental ex haustion their turbulent condition prevents that total refaxation that induces sleep Dr Miles Nervine by its soothing and quieting influ ence and by strengthening and re r plenishing the exhausted nerve force f brings profound and restful sleep The first bottle will benefit If not the druggist will return your m- oneyEIEt1c u BIttersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostmuun and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands hove testified FOR CDNtYVIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE it it Ai bc iHriF i r sold over a t r1JsIa Courier rt0 97IC ve u = t IILV saao u u tub is then filled with hot watqr I and soap suds into fhicii various articles of linen are thrown Af I ter they are thoroughly saturated the patient takes them up one YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OP OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFERI Life Scholarship inlET GRA PHY TYPEWRITING RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 845 and S2CO of students railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OP PORTUNITY to learn a tirstclass trade that pays a good salary eveiy month in the year Excellent board at low rates Newnan has delightfulclimate i 8000 inhabitants mural surroundings Stu dents qualify in 4 to f5 months Our graduate POSITIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS pay ing S4r to 805 per month to mart on Easy and pleasant employ meat rapid promotion Diplomas awarded GREAT IEMANJ FOR TELEGRAPHY OPERATORS Write today for our Free 54pngi illustrated Oitajog which gives full I JnrticulnrsII Box 272 NEWNAN QA 1NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION Spreader Is different from all others Do not buy without first I the merits of tho same Thu exclusive features not found on other I machines I Drawn with coupling polo without a clutch or cog wheel Can be heaped in loading the same as a farm wagon Guar anteed to pulverize all manure j notice tho ree This machine is built on a com mon sense principle ofn farm wagon hence is the simplest most duraUfc lightest draft lowest down hence easy to load Into spreader on the market Backed by ten years I I experience not an experiment Ask fo catalogue XI I THE NEW IDEA SPREADER CO Cold water Ohio I BURS AND HIDESHIDHEST HARSET PHICB PAID FOR KAW fURS AND BIDES Wool Ccmmlnloa Wrltefor- prlcdilstmcntio lnCtaBSTADMSHCD 1O37 JOHN WHITE OOM Loui3viMo Kx I OAKLAND PIANOSaim Is tho production of n popular uptodate I tOur that quality ortone value and durability heretofore not In ecliiiiB comparative prices Tho olllcers of the Piano Co are practical men wholo lifelong experience In the bnlldhllt putt inarketintf of is concentrated In the derel opiueut of tbnstf easenUal quality features that attract toe careful bllerIia poiKT iwio LUiM ono Lyle ot case and one lItNIeot the tiv jinn ttrlnrr rtirciittmt reJueinfrtbo coot of produrllcn g lie tniniiir and n niiillnit us to otter quality and Individ uM y In I hr ot land Manoimthdhte toollnanyother way r ur new lIt h the hertqulprrrl and mat UMdatetdant In Ih t nrtl hln anontiwtxf one plans wimislly- r tone nul v mthtratrlntha genes con trurH ut thruw- hrutt tII1 I Ie wrknuntIidurabtltty we claim Ih no h no oqunl er Ji0 pur- rilyr lev liont hrh theY klenddarv write direct I to n 6 rr I Tu a ul ial Introductory prk u I OAKLAND PIANO CO I oI r r lr wny Hall Chicago 111 I a We Want to Bell YOU an DAYSORGAriown and overate tho BIGGEST PLANT IN THE WORLD ONWe make the REST organs which sell DIRECT from our factory on credit 40 to BO per cent LOWER CRED wheteale retail in than America dealer any or ASK THE EDITOR S8 ants write about for catalog special ADLER ORGAN CO 2901 W Chestnut Si LouIYllleKr I I STRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE 1POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will ride levelsno matter bow absol utely lice jroia pitching or end motion No roll orspreadingofaxles as the weight moves up I easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion spring No tend ency to rattle Lighter and ctroncrr than any NDERW ACONvebitlem 1e Tbeeasll y h 113AaCOCKCUTU gives satisfaction Six different styles Send forI CARRIACE CO Evansvlllo lnd1 I I t 1 r i I JI JrLo- rf 1- r at a titno and riiiStliem bristly up and down iavuslboard8 placed in the tutuThis isjeil up until tlieliundjijriiiB and faci are aglovi Kpiiukjs The patient then trees into tlwipppn nir and hams all the hneni oni lino stretched fEr that purpose The oho coinplctnigtho task first announces t ho it i me to others r vet the telepholiejmHl is entitlet to a prize It i81 sport and also invijoratnf exorcise CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian tejleavor projrrum Jor the evening cf SL Jan 16th 1910 nt Jilt Christian Church 1OPiC110alldisunder Bush part in Christian EpleavotfBro jA remove the bushel of easesTEjrof Brumley The disciples faro the salt of the earth MrsIartiu The power tojsee ones self as- othersseethomlt11Irs McGloiie- Recitatioii Shelby filartin Why not speik a word for the Master1lRtliel Tohnsjn Song By Scut ty- I1iscourageuledt v will come5 1 Why are ycTujjiiot an active member BuforU Kites The bushelIUItulit SOhron 10 SlujnfesselThe ment 1 Kiln 10l8 Reeai Shlinfesscl SPOUT SPRING Towsor Oombs of College Hill vashere ragt tv ek on a business mission Jr Ike Banieffi inught a good horse of JJ BDavi8 in Clay tity Tuustlay Marion Willnuiis a lfn died at Vinleii luVvjBQJj wmjiiried lit Jaclsons Uhupilly Mursllay by the side of his Hrstwjfe Thus McKinneJias sold his saw twill at this to 11oils Brothers f vtluilJlp MOl who will move the in i ff the laud WlHurtlwlCkOreel boundary of titiitnir for Air WdghtI On lannsiry tli0rh the Dar lipgrfvillo Pleasure Olnb met tit time nails place Appointed the place hoingat th e of Mr and ilrsH LI Hpskinrs at the hour of JO uclnc t a mI BvlO 011rInu ll pros llItI hell and a good timi geiifrull v At the iiHiml hour ti good diiitiet vns served to the enjitynuMit of allf After dinner soeitlliulhbuilding of our lJljilt111ul the by laws read to aul3 of the iuein htB Wt Lau t aitl and iustru iiifcimil nnisiu Ajihe close Mrs Fred Sint t utrg played nearer My Godo Ijiee tie inombers iiiiingiii the lliiiflg A tier snug semis 1 it was aiTiiouuced that rxt 5aadltytlvollltlbe our next nrllli lueeti11g he plllce willI be in ulelkiiowii itftUle next issm f W iullt Millie JIt hllIIIIWhl1tf IkV our visit- and the nod liglt h ten Iiff uiph- iI lr 111111 Mrs nosldns all the rood luck that is lii Ilwm Wi Ilwl to roiimin asTayer your cor respoaEeutf h WuntedSb y tlstntiiHIIIIH I for tbt- untlitrt J IJJIOIjtl1iUriiiI- W Fr tar to- wiriu 1 1 1 tl + rr QI tir- oStItilnp tI rlzJ iul vu nl- f tithe + I t 11 i am GIitLSIC014UMBlAI enbecribeItoColtimbiuBicycletha U8 telling How toljtart Address Iho kicyoln Mutt 2931 East 22d Street New York Cltv N Y j WeAskYouto take Cardul for your female troubles because ws are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy FCAIIIhas brought relief to thousandsof- other sick women so why not to you For haadachn backache periodical palm female weak ness many havo said it Is the best medicine to takn Try 111 Sold in This City w e 4 1 8 r V I T N i eaQPRB RVINM PHYSIOIKN AND OITY KY BR SMITH MDM PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY A C nil Courts of the CLAY CITY KY N Rooms I House Thoroughly Nervous WomenF- or nervous fired women we Car dui Cardui is womans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has tonic effect on the whole system It contains no harmful being a extract If your from some form female trouble get Cardui and give it a fair triaL IITAKE IR WELCH recommend ingredients vegetable BARD Ivl It Will Help Mrs Gardner of Padncah Ey tried Cardui and writes Ithink bnrdui is just grand Lava been U uiir it for eleven years I am 48 years old and feel like avdiltercnt woman since 1 nave been takingit used to sillier from down airs nervOusness anti but nos the galas are aU gone and good I highly Cardui for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG S114IARY OF L E TIrE TABLE Eiist Bound Went Bound P M A M IJIWN105 813 3OiI4 8l1 26 3 iil 358 to1O ntr fi15- a14 j22 + 10 uM 111 431 447 4 nio 010 l1b- QS s150lOJlf20 I Stations LexingtnpVinchxster k E Junction Indian Fluids CLAY cirStanton Ros8lyii Jilnoii Oatn pton 7rincjtlonrv Natural Bridge Torrent f Benttyvill Tilt 0 K Junction Jackson tONACdAItS- u R A D SUROeON OLAV Attorney CounsellornLaw IJrANTpN KENTUCKY General Practice in Commo- nwealthrrrrrrrrrduo Central Hotel W BUSH Prop Newly FurnlsledI Renovated through- outtnrrrrorrerrrrrrrgrrrrrr a a building pure Isufrer o You I I bearing sleeplessness I sleep STORES No2Ih1 1 1 No 1 No 5 I SuuchiyEx AMv IP M A M- O5G a 011025012 520 O41i 000 W507 034 841 453 f20 st435 OQ2 81 426 S J4r809 420 848 suU 414 842 J 4 857 28 745 855 I46 730 J41 81i 70 820 754 05 225 705 010 220 7OO 1hollf wlilgCONNECrl0NS are made Doily Except Sunday C dEiuputtoa NUB 1 and 3 win connect with tho O d O Rull- v WilY for Ml Stoning Kj- Canipton Junction Nos 1 2 3unrl4 will connect with the Motel tin Central Itailwuy fir passengers to and from Campion Ky Betitpyville Junction NI S 2 will connect with the L A A Rail WilY fof Bfattyville Ky 0 3 K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with hov K Railiway for Cnnnel City Ky anti way stations EARN STOVE MONEY i 1byinylng tom r dealer this range at half the price that is naked by other IIrmOllr modern method merchandising ables us to make this otter which none of our comJp Utors caii meet 2B9Obnyithb owelalgeI DOMESTIC WINNER RANGE j 1Just as shown by cut It Is made fromponshed blue has six covers one of which sectional aabeitos tlnecf eaatttuo trips and fuel cup screw draught reldsItdnole IZrau h oven cast reservoir andlIP closet NlckoltrlmmerlAguaranleeccompiikseachrenge I house CAn touch then let us u direct I communityS i IbutloeMforlortyelght years t I I MODERN jBTOVE MrO COMPANY r Chlorg0 1111 + I r0 tf j- CiIfJII 1 it f e t I 1g It r- aa J