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J J J y r ID 7 THEL CLAIjCITY TIMES I 50 Cents a Year In Advance We art here to help CfayCitthe SnrroiinJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XY CLAY OITY KYfifJrUnSDAY JANUARY 20 J90 NO3 Shoot the Dude The father who raises a son to manhood and neglects to teach him some avocdtion by which he can earn an honest living makes u serious and sometimes fatal mistake says an exchange The big brawny strapping young fellow I in blue overalls with bare arms black with coal and grease who slings a heavy sledgehammer eight or ten hours a day or heaves ton after ton of coal into- a flaming furnace may not look so neat sweet and kissable as as the spider legged dude in u tailor made suit of clothes but when it comes down to a bread J and meat proposition the latter individual is lost in the shuttle No matter particularly what trade or avocation u man follows lust so it is honest and legitimate I end the man has the inclination and ability to do the task well A firstclass ignorant wood chop per who is willing to work is worth all the educated vagabonds that you could pack inside of a forty acre lot Young boys should be educated but they should be aught something prac tical that in any event renders tliem independent so far as mak ing a living is concerned A Good Bill Introduced Our Representative W F Welch has introduced in the Leg isiaturo an act amending Ken w reJatingJiUiguor142ft t HlIrfe I fIIt+ 1 toscll liquors on Januaryl- February 22 May 30 July 4 Labor Day and Christmas and all other days appointed by the Goy ernor or President as days of fasting or thanksgiving 0 The real optimist is the man who can enthuse over the beau tiful snow witha hole in his shoe and the coal cellar empty Hens 50 ot Heavy Fleeced Un del wear at 40 cts Mrs Williams St wr r + ri That Valuable Animal The hog is the most valuable animal on the farm and possibly in Olay City too but when we see him plowing up the walks streets and commons of Clay Oity like ho has been doing the past week we think it time he was taken in hand There is law in Powell county which re quires owners to keep their hogs oil the roads and commons We have sucha law in Clay City and particularly have we a law in the city against them going at large without rings in their nose what then is the matter Is the law a dead letter Negro Enumerators We read where the Census de partm lIt will appoint Negro K numerators in parts of Kentucky where there is a negro popula tion large enough to justify it This is only adding insult to injury and will result in no good either for the party that has or dained it or the Negro race 0 Watch Lost Ladies Solid Gold case heavily carved with initials A K Lost near hotel in central portion of Stanton 825 reward to finder in good condition when returned to this office If the wives who are obliged to accout to their husbands for ev ery cent they get were to turn the tables by dotnandin an aud rrtm 1eVingVwould bVdiffefent Western women holds that large feet are evidence of great brains Maybe But its no place to carry them Break your new year resolu tions earland end the torture Call und inepect our line of fall and winter Queen Quality shoes for women in patent leather gun metal vici kids and tans Hardwick CO Stanton Ky H I SHIMFESSEL S PlaceMrt j For Everything You Need in General Merchandise r t CJ Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City i Jt Country Produce Bought and Sold j y1 f A Liberal Share of Ypu Patronage Solicited t I j1 I FHIMFESSEL rl i v 0 ra- P C I rt- C u a a l 1 I i i C KENTUCKY j = 1 a r w 71 r fi r r t The Postal Deficit The Preshli3nt jn his Annual Message saiglthat secondclass mail matter osts over nine cents a pound ancauses an annual- loss to thoGpvornment of P63 00000000 If the Prudent is right in this to the greatest grain ever possiLiy con ceived in tjte boom of any olli cial capacit Daily find it much cheaper toSorward their papers by expresstl do this wherever practical because it is the cheaper way anajwhen dispatched by express packages have them de livered bY ardors over towns The rate of on papers to publishersiafwe cent per pound Then theseJdaily papers get their papers delivered for less than one ound or else they would usg tji mails for delivery- In many instances if a publisher of a daily pier was forced to pay the regular postage rate the paper at t11 prig a they sell for would not the bill Why shoulii the Government niuecentjB pound for the handlingofecond class mail It is beyond allreason in the world If the government is losing 08 000000 per ear on this postofflce business wh iiot let it out to the lowest bidder thoughlwe dont sW figsSness at the present rate of pos tage for the opportunity It looks liko something is wrong or there would be no postoflice def icit Prom the Southwest We are in receipt of a letter from our good friend Frank Ed wards at Eldorado Okla in which he incloses remittance for the Times to January 1st 1014 A few hundred subscribers like Mr Edwards would make a local newspaper man feel like a princely king Sine moving to the Southwest Mr Edwards has do velped into a most successful cot ton grower He send us a postcard giving a view of the Inde pondent cotton yard of which he is proprietor It bears every ev idence of prosperity Saw Hill Starts Brodhead Garretts big saw mill started up Saturday after several mouths shut down which was caused by not having the logs at the mill The recent tides have brought down an abun dance of logs and the company now has in its I booms enough to run it four months and as the Spring tides come along more logs will follow The fight for postmaster at Winchester is on earnest The incumbent R R Perry and edit or of the Winchester News and SunSentinel who has served in this capacity for a number of ydars wants tos keep the place and there are several other ap plicants amongthem being John jG White We have a fulij line of wens and boys hats in all of the new shapes and colors You should see them Hardwick de Co Mv Stanton 1 KyY Ly t i rt 1 l 1fi t i Granted Patent E E West the wellknown hardware traveler has patented a hand corn shelter that surpass cs anything we have yet seen He has organized a company at Mt Sterling for its manufacture While the patent is unpretentious it is an article that every farmer needs and will buy when he sees it and finds out how little the cost is Frequently great fortunes are made from very small articles and we hope to see this the case with our good friend Zeke Good Selection Geo W Anderson Jr who was with the SwannDay Compa ny of this cityfor six years has been made individual bookkeeper at the Mt Sterling National Bank to succeed J G Rogers of Louisville Mr Anderson was the lucky one chosen from a long list of applicants and the bank certainly made a wise decision since he has a clean record for six years stay in Clay Oity Bloom llutchlnson Mr James Bloom and Miss Kate Hutchinson of this city surprised their friends Sunday by going to Winchester and get ting married at the home of B 11 McPherson Eld Harding per forming theceremony i t 3 1raiR necked 9nshlc K- AYi1 rflr WTCC2 occurretioti- the 0 fc K Wednesday when a passenger train rolled down an embankment and killed three passengers and injured two oth ers The train crew and several passengers saved their lives by jumping from the train 00Our Shoe Department is com plete and many Broken Lines at reduced prices Mrs J W Williams lOUR LINE of Darlingsville II II Hoskin was transacting business in Mt Sterling Monday Walter Potts and family havo moved into the house with aunt Sarah Adams Mrs R L Tipton has had la grippe and was real sick for sev eral days Her many friends will be glad to know she is able to be out again Our Club met Sunday at the usual hourIO oclock at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Smothers where all hada good time We had a visiting mem ber with us B 11 McPherson of Winchester At the usual hour dinner was served which j was a general feast of the many good things that had been pre pared the table almost groaned under the weight of so many good things to eat After dinner was over that being our last meeting we made good use of the time at least a half dozen con versations going on at once and all seeming to understand Our previous meetings have been ti held at the homes named below Mr and Mrs A 0 Barnes Mr and Mrs Samuel Woods Mr and Mrs R L Tipton Mr and Mrs James Smothers Mrs Emma Mountz Mr and Mrs Tom White Mr and Mrs H H Hos kins Mr and Mrs Fred Smeth ers We all left for our homes thanking the members for the pleasant times we have haul andttddofalltthO good can and as little harm as pOSS- Ible through the year 1910 It will pay you men und boys to r see our line of clothing We feel I sure we can suit you both in style and price We hove them both in novelty and staple colors and styles Hardwick Co Stanton Full line of Boys Suits Conts nnd Punts Mrs J W Williams Pall and WinterH- ATS e inspectionIare ready for your All are Cordially Invited ijJ Mrs W N BUSH SAMPLE ROOM OF CENTRAL HOTEL i Jw1 J 1 I I t u J THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J B Burgher 1ubllsher Sotscripliun Rates 50 Cents per year in advance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as second class mail matter Thursday Jan 20 1911 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at pricee below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100U Cincinnati Enquirer 110 U Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Oreat Political Upheaval The last few days has seen the greatest political upheavel tha Washington has witnessed for many years Mr Gifford Pinchot as is wel known is several times a mill ionaire arid his private incom is said to be 200000 annually It is something unusual when a man with this enormous wealtl to enjoy deliberately gives up his independence and freedon and serves his government for the sake of the good that he cai lo It will be recalled that it was tt the suggestion of Mr Fincho that President Roosevelt convok ud the Congress of Governors of all of the States of the Union o ver which he Roosevelt pre Tided in order to consider am further the principles of conservation that is conserving the vast resources of this country d such us farm timber and miner al lands and water power sites which have been going to waste and which have been slipping from the government and into the control of grafters and public land thieves The cause of Pinchers dis missal is based on the feud that grew out of the row between him and Mr Ballinger the Secretary of the Interior When President Roosevelt found that valuable water cities and coal timber and mineral lauds were being gobbled up by a few capitalists and monopolists he withdrew them from public entry When Mr Ballinger became Secretary of the Interior one of his first acts was to undo the great work of shielding these lands from the grafters and they have since the reopening been gobbled uq by the land sharks from whom it was sought U shield them Mr Pinchot could not keep Still with his great heart overflowing with patriotism while the vast resources of the country were being despoiled and gob bled up by corrupt methods He was outspoken and merciless ir his criticism of the Secretary of the Interior and it was these at tacks that led to his dismissal from the government by the di rect order of President Taft The removal of Forester Pin chol is indeed a deplorable even and it is likely that it will cause a serious row in the ranks qf the Republican party It is an act of reaction from many wise and patriotic principles which Mr Roosevelt incorporated dur ing his memorable term in the White House One can very often cut down his oxpensesby cutting out his extravagance I 4- n t la 2f- h Waliepsville Wo are having plenty of rain this week Mrs Sarah Adams spent the day monday with Mrs TClnpie Todd Walter Potts and wife have moved into the house with Mr Sarah Adams Mrs Jesse Puckett and daugl ter Miss Ada visited at Wcst Bend Monday Mrs Bon Mastin and famil spent the day Sunday with Mn John Sewell Mrs Jane Potts who has been very sick for several days is able to be out again Mr Thornt Baker and family who has been living in Clan county for some time has mov ed back to this place tp reside Ladies here are bargains in mi hnery that 3 ou cant afford to miss Our loss will be your gain if JlU tuke advantage of this opportunity 87 50 hats at 84 75 85 00 hats at 83 25 84 50 hats at 275 +3 50 hats at 2 25 2 50 hats at 81 25 Hard wick Co- Stanton Virden 0 0 Curtis is on the puny Jist this week Marion Curtis of Snow Creek was here Sunday Rev M P Lowry filled his appointment here Sunday Kinley Clemons is very poorly at this writing with mumps H D Sharp of Stamping Ground Scott county was visiting here this week 0 0 Olemons visited his daughter DIreIlY l McInt08h at Indian Jfl l Sunday We had a big rain here Monday which caused a big tide in the creaks and branches Thos Wood of Ecton Station visited his sister Mrs Follii Curtis lastFriday- Strauder Merril visited his Fatherinlaw John Strange Saturday night and Sunday on SpruceMisses Minnie and Nellie Clem ins were pleasant guests of Mis as Lillie Mary and Grace Ware Sunday TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of the Comptroller of the Ourrency S Washington December 17 1909 Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear hat the Clay City Nationa Bank in the city of Clay City in the County of Powell and state of Kentucky has complied witl all the provisions of the Act of ongress to euatlo National banking Associations to extent heir corporate existence and for other purposes approved July 2th 1882 Now therefore I Lawrence O Murray Comptroller of the Cur ency do hereby certify that The Clay City National Bank in the City of Clay City in tin Jaunty of Powell and State of Ceutucky is authorized to have succession for the period specified in its amended articles of asso iation namely until close o business on Decentber 17 1929 In testimony thereof witness ny hand and Seal of office this ieventeenth day of December 1009 Seulj Lawrence 0 Murray Comptroller of the Currency No 4217 e I i See onr falland winter line of Walk Overshoes for men We bavo n the uptodat styles Hardwick Co- Stanton SPOUT SPRING John Wiseman will leave in a few days fof Southwest Texas Alfred Grow has rented the Win Ware place near here and will move there next week Serena the little girl of Mr and Mrs Berry Barnett is very sick and hardly expected to recover Curtis Bowman has been down the past two Meeks with cold am lagrippe is somewhat im proved at this time Charlie Shepherd and family leaves this week for Ballinger Texas for the benefit of Mrs Shepherds health Mrs Shepherd was formerly Miss Kati Wisoman Wm Glass of Lexington and Miss Callie Frances McKinney of near Winchester were mar ried at the home of the brides father Wednesday January 12 Elder Richard French officiating The groom is ail attendant at the Lexington Asylum The bride is the popular daughter of D McKinney wire formerly lived in this community 100 Reward 100 The readers Stthis papet will bi pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci once ban been able tucntfi in all its stages and thatis Catarrh Hans Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fra ternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitu lional treitmeut Halls Catarrh Cure is takenintwnally acting di n i e blood and rancour I urfncesfpfthBgtbRl tfleiely de1 straying the foundation of the die ease and giving the patient strength bvbuilding Up the constitution and assisting nature in do lug Its workChe propritors have ClI much faith in Its cuntive pow er that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cUrt Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo OhiotN Sold by Drugglst75o Take Halls FafiilyPills for con ntipation Our line of Millinery is strictly tp to date and our prices are right We invite you to call and see it lIar wick Co- Stanton SEEDSFresh MrinttidtoPlMseErery tnptrtonnertuotopr SPECIAL mrrn I WeWlllleDcSpoIt1lIdo- l1lFAMOUSCOLLECTIOJI FOR 10 CENTS isII kbrtrmwkn4W I 10 ls11YirlalOI1r1da a- CLOG Write tagl 6040 cm totobolp P 1pMUf Md rwklBC 14 Mnln U ilxrH Ytmfmt OcJlKUoo to pt 11 ot Nw n4 IteeUv Ordw 6W I OKKAT SKKD IJO 1383 UOM St Rockford Illinois Fruit and Ornamental TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN I and GARDEN Catalogue on Application j Alet5IL fSqns UXINGIONlKY i r Fiir tJ 1 Mid Winter Sale Beginning the 24th eve will put on our MidWinter I CUTPRICE SALE All Winter Goods go into this sale which we aim to make the greatest of all sales r MRSJ W 4 i Williams J- i TJSil HOPE MILLS FLouR Start In Now to use HOPE MILLS flour and set If you dont like it better than any other you ever used We guaran tee your biscuits more dainty end your pies and pastry morn lucipus IYou will find that quality counts flour as well as in cooks and IIn flour has the that happy resultsI Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky i HERES A BARGAIN FOR YOUi I 0 DailyCoiirierJournal i l By mail Three Months t Clay City Tjmes One Year BOTH FOR ONLY 125r0 i Theprice of tho Daily Courier JrtUrnal is 8000 a year lfiO for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby 4 we will accept orders for thatpaper and ours auring January February P and March only at the price for both named above Send in Your at once and kecp postedon the PROCEEDINGS OP THE LEUIS1JATleTRE Sunday Journal not includ ed in this offer Send fiQo additional if Sunday issue is desiredw WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALi- n just as good apap titever was We can still furnish the T A Weekly and our paper both one year for ONE DOLLAR f I Orders must be sent ib this paper not to the Courier Jourrialt y to got advantage of this cut rate r t At 1o + I t a i 1- v r r THE TIMES c r AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER J IUnSPAY Jan 20 1011 LOCAL BREVITIES II Witt of Levee was hcre I Saturday transacting business lI about that New Year res nliitiol have you broken it yet SwaunDays big pinning mill closed Uowti kalurday for a short tune Born to Mr and Mrs John M Kennon Wednesday Janus rylOthjason Pall line Ladies li8se8 cloaks at close prices Mrs J Williams We learn that a new pool room will bo started in this city in n very short time The thaw dhqavyirain following have given us pleiit of mud and high water J Mike King bought of Martha Willognhby 280 acres of InncTo Black creek nt private figures Mr and Mrs Wm Mount n have returned from Sardas Miss where they have been on a visi j to their son Joe Mountz i Judge and Mrs J H Hard wick of Stanton are rejoiciti over the arrival of a new son which arrived at their home Jan uary 11th 1The Quarterlyelitiu of this Conference year will be held with the Methodist church in 2thiscity the fifth Saturday am Sunday in this month Jsa Shejrifr J M tKennon adver t fists iivthifc i sueVseveral Apiece i of land and town property for i c sale for tax Better pay you tax enr1irl1lid save costs r Elder Car ill who was nnnoun Ohristfalwithdrew that appointment nnl preached at Stanton instead Hall Bros one of the leadin mercantile establishments at Stanton are closing out their largo stock of goods at cost and r unction See posters for partic I Mars Oscar Mackey has bought the SJ Anderson property in whic is now located S D Lagers pool room Mr Mackoy has also put I chased the pool room and wi conduct the business himself Mrs J W Williams has in angurated her usual tnidwinte clearance sale This is anoppor t tunity to save money Be sur and visit Mrs Williams stor and get your share of the bar I gains H L Borders of India Fields was in the city yesterda trancting business Mr BorderI says the people in his portion 01 r athe county are very anxious tc have the proposed bridge acros Lulbegrud near his place con etractcd at an early date Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being mad r more safe through tlio work e Dr Kings New Life Pills II Dyspeptr I sift I 1 Kidney Diseases and Bowel Die orders Theyre easy but sure L 1 and perfectly huthl uphe health 5 cents atj SwannDay Lumbe 14 Cos store k L I r Fair Weatlier Yesterday s a fair day am pleasant weather which was quite a contrast from the weather wt have been having Tho heav rains Monday and Tuesdriy raise ihe Fiver ton higher point Ulan ft has been any tiiue tins year e A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful dis tress of Piles Theres no need to Listen J sufferedmush from Piles writes Will A Marsht11 Siler City N CUtill I got n box of Bucklcns Arnica Salve and was soon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sdres Eczema Outs Chap ped Huns Chilblains vanish be fore it 25 cents at SwannDay Lumber Cos store If in need of corduroy pants highand regular top shoes hunting coats cups or gloves let ut show you what wo have and get our prices for we will save you money Hardwick tb Co tanton Organizes Commercial Club Irvine and Estill county have organized a Commercial Club which is being upheld by her best citizens This Club prom ises many goad things for Irvine and tho county They have our best wishes and hope the Club will not soon die out as the Clay City Club has done Saved pt Deaths Door The door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W Ayers of Transit Brylgo NY when hill life was wonderfully saved 11 was in a dreadful condition he writes my skin was almost yel low eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing 40 pounds Blowing weaker daily Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death in spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitter8cur meregained the 46 pounds lost and now rtm well and strong For all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre su preme 50c at SwannDttY Lum her Companys store We Buy FURSHides Weol Feathers TuleirBeMwax Gintenr GoldenSealtYtloyftoor1uaADlewild ertAKAed in 16S6uem WUctnturrm LouiiviUe aDd QII do betterfor you thin grau or cemai dos merclianti Retcrcncf any Dank In laumi9e Write for w Uf price lilt and ttipting tar- sMSabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY M M S POULTRY FENQEVenr Close Mesh tottw ad be5t ch tUnt r kCcwpltd44 Iwwtmf hU sea ofRams fqc QOfLi rM131CQ DTaibELtcauuoaf Ya r 0 3 Mp 4aa as rLI t JOfIIr y ti n A bill will be introduced ii the Legislature which will exempt cities from damage suits and posittion that counties are now in This is a good law and should hi passed i i iDili fora New CouncyI J1cprcs Jtutivo Creekmofc of WhitJoy county has introduced a bilks theiXegislaturo for the creation of another county to be formed from the tail end por tions of Whitley Pulaski and Wayne Looking at the map it seems to uStlia a county must be badly needed there as in some portions ofjithese ends citizens must ride 25 miles to reach their county seats The name of the now connty is to bo Wilson A WlfcPBIIzxard Raging brings dangersufferingoften deatht9 thousandst who take colds cC1UgJand lagrippethatt- error er Spring Its danger signals are stuffedup n08trilAllower of nose sore chills and fever pain in back of heads and attthroat gripping cough When Grip attacks an you value your life dont getting Dr Kings New 3iscCJvery One bot cnred mewrites A L Dunn of Pine Valley lMiss after being laid up thre weeks with Grip For cord lungs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds Whoopine Cough Bronchitis Asthma its supreme 50c 8100 uaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Company No more fngtil11e subscriptions so renew today We handle Ball Brand rubber foot wear ahd have a complete stock of Boots Shoes Felts arctics and rubbar8in stock- Hatdyvick Co Stanton m U o- rzo t SEEDBUOCBtSS SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER to bind H w Itoilntw A trial wW mote our permanent custom- erPrhzeCollectloif h Irlo iitI enestI TI I splendid l tte11 i0 awlr ranltleatnaa GUARANTEED TO PLEASE Write today this Paper SEND 10 CENTS IeomT4 lidpaealottadreIstbtanloablet- ctltuoo of he pat 1 andPlantBook tell to ibmt alt LrltarlSte of Bede I1 iIUte H VI8uckbeeJ863 BUiagoa ill f ff mC V r OAPITAL STOCK 81OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DivIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO TILE WINCHESTER BANK OP WixciisTBH Ky I N HOIAV W1T1tMnN1noN PlJKSi 0v OASHIEH 4 1 YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED soAonaar sandsom111 ZSGZhtSt ItblSol3lt e + + + + 01 + + Jo + ++ ++ + 051 rtfoftX i Watchl11akerti Y All Kinds of Watch and Repairing on Short CIOCkj f Reasonable Terms f TION QUARANTEEDi f Jewelry Spectacles and ace me In the Red Hotel BuildingtICall CITY KENTUCKY 4 t J+M++r+++I + H+++++i 1 0 rv 1 J r Bach of the chief or gans of the body Is a link in the Chain of Life A chain is no stronger than its weakest link the body no stronger than its weakestvorgan If there is weakness of stomach liver or lungs there ha weak link in the chain of life which may snap at any time Often this socalled II weakness is caused by lackofnutrition the result of weakness or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Diseases an- drc Lli4ijkk Ui lie tUuula null tia blllCU Ol 1utl UO uUltJ l IllO use Ot 11 rierccsGoIden Medical Discovery When the weak or diseased stomach is cured diseases of other organs which stem remote from the stomach but which have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomachand other organs of digestion and nutrition are cured also The strong man has a strong stomach Take the above recommended Dlscovicry and you may have a strong stow ach and a strong body GIVIINAWAYDr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser new revised Edition is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for the S book in paper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y s Having Returned s from my visit to Oklahoma I am- A C opening up an entire new s t9 STOCK Of GOODS in my small storeroom on Sixth Ave 5 e where I will be pleased to meet my ticustomers and assure them that I j- J have the right prices Promises get jj customers but it is that keeps them So come in andhavei I a look you do not buy It is better II to look than to wish you had Dont J skip a word or you may skip a dollar s Henry Waldronl f M H COURTNEY Pros A T WIIITT Cashier 1 I CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK J CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Capital Paid in 5000000 Surplus and Profits 1000000 J Offers its services for the transaction of such bus loess as you may bey pleased to present either in its Commercial or Savings Department I SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Interest at TIIKKK per cent tr annum is paid and compounded semi annuahy Our facilities for handling your banking bus mess have been established by TWENTY YEARS of I experience and service in our present locationIk BOARD OF DIRECTORS- I H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON J F Cox J 1M Dr B R SMITH A T WturvJ tt1 I 1 +01040 +++ + + ++++ +++++++hr++++ +t INSURE WITH + iF A LYON 6c SON f of1 + The JLemilnpr IiiHtirnnop AgoutM S of Ew tern l eutsuc1ccyt t lOver 200000000 i i I l Every one who knows anything about insurance know than are loaders in this line = J4MJ ++tJo 44W+ +4F tti ++t++++fidf14 F c j I r- I t f I t 4 Sheriffs Tax Sale On Monday Feb 7 1010 at the Court House door in Stanton Ky I will sell the following described real estate or so much thrreof as shay be necessary to satisfy the a mount of tux due the county and State together with penalty anti Lost thereon duo for the year 1909 except where otherwise mentioned Berry W M Heirs 75 acres adjoins B F Berry total tax 81 00 Women Who Suffer Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Ire the test pain remedy on earth Mother und I have used them for the past seven years MISS ORLEANA SCHENKEEnid Pain is simply nerve disturbance Derangements in any part of the body irritate the nerves centered there Dr Miles AntiPain Pills stop pain and misery because they allay this irritation Women find great relief from periodical suffer ing by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills on first indication of pain or distressThe package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFERl Life Scholarship in TELEGRA PHY TYPE WRITING nnd RAIL ROAD AGENCY reduced to 845 and 8250 of students railroad fare paid Boys this Is YOUR OP PORTUNITY to learn a first class trade that puys a rood salirv every month in the year Excellent hoard nt low rates Newnan has IHiLhtfnl vHmate Sodo inhnfv Stunts moral surrounding Students qualify in 4 to month Oiir jrucitiii POSITIVELY G UARA NTH K D PO SITI ONS pay iig 845 to SiO per month to start on Eusy md pleasant employ ment rapid promotion Diploma awarded GRlCAT D KM AN ft FOR TELEGRAPHY OPERATORS Write today for our Free Hipug illustrated Gltalug which gives full parts ule Southern School Telegraphy Box 272 NEWNAN QA Fogg Kate N R GOa adjoins T E Eastin total tax 2 42 Howard Mariam 20 a adjoins Pete Todd tottl tax 447- Ilellin Nancy 46 a adjoins B B llutson total tax 3 36 Roundtree Matilda 13 a adjoins Sam Flinn total tax 2 98 Snowden H G 50 a adjoins J P Curtis total tax 83 87 Thncker Elmer 20 a ahjoins Thos Moreheud total tax 85 45 Wade Win Jr 100 a adjoins Wm Wade total tux 5 05 Matt Abney 18 a adjoins Marion Strange total tax 4 44 Centers W T 225 is adjoins Wm Neal totsl tax 9 02 Conner Heirs B adjoins Win Duncan total tax 83 35 Dunawny Willis 100 a adjoins Win Neal total tax 3 87 Gauihoe Cora GO a adjoins John Stephens total tax 0 33 Hampton Joel B adjoinr Geo Hampton total tax 3 18 Hatton George 100a adjoins Sherman Tliurp total tax 3 8T Hutton J II 50 a adjoins W B Randal total tax 3 87 Jones T C 100 a adjoins Cliff Martin totul tax 5 05 Lune J 11 71 a adjoins A T Kirk total tax 9 GO Milton Dan 40 a adjoins R Jackson total tax 3 87 RunIals W B 50 a adjoins J II Hutton total tux 5 40 Tipton J B 30 a adjoins J C Patrick totol tax 4 46 Tharp Roht lot Stanton total tax 5 53- nupj Wm B niljoiirt Siieruian Tharp total tax 10 7x for year 1JOP Thnrp Win B adjoins T R Hat ton total tax 10 78 for ytur 1009 Yoci m Andrew Si a adjoin I Frank Yocum total tax 3 96 Ifnnes J D S a adjoins Ben Ray total tax 3 32 H nn George 175 a adjoins Albert BowenMotul tux 12 74 r 15 a utijuin S- Alillartitital ta I11J5t k- I Palmer Lee H adjoins John Smith anal tax 8 59 otnith W B 25 a adjoins N S- Logan I total tax 2 GO Etistin C I1 lot Stanton totul tax 10 07- Fortner Morf 1 lot Bowen total tux 3 i5- Ilond W P and wife 125 a ad joins Howelt total tax 5 72 Hampton WB IL adjoins Preston Johnson totnl tax 5 46 jIs J r Martin total tux 6 uO Knox Bon B udjoinp John Knox total tax 3 87 NEWER NANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTIONS This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first Investk nog vi to tam j3 txt1rSva ea tlres r on other machines Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog 100dlngtIlls 6lntced to pulverize all manure notice the throe chances This machine is built on a common sense principle of a farm I vagoa hence is the simplest I most durabre lightest draft lowest down hence easy to load into spreader on tho market lacked by ten years I I experience not an experiment Aslc Los catalogue X I THE NCUV tDGA SPREADER CO Coldwator Ohio fURS AND HIDEDIOHEST H EKET FKCU rAID ron ELWFUi3 AKD HIDES- WcoJCcmmh1cn Write kr- prI oIjtiuoioaaEava1 t OH1IlilrE OOIJ Tit iusuu114 I ISTRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRIG REASONABLE POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will ride leyel no matter how loaded Is absol ntdy free from pitching or end motion No roll ing or spreading ornxles as the weight moves up and down Runs easy trackIstorsion spring No tend UghterjI f I i f t Limo J MIQOia adjons A T Kirk total tax 4 87 Lowry W J 50 t adjoins Kn lon Sinks total tax 3 20 McDanie Jasper 40 a adjoins I II McDaniel total tax 1 J4 McCoy Jbme81 n adjoins N S McD6nald total tttic12 00 Powell Jake la adjoins J H Townsend totalMax 3 27 Rogers Geo 40a adjoins Cliff Hornet total tax 147 Rice Vm 40 a adjoins Geo Townsend total tax 4 fi7 Townsend Robt 100 a adjoins Wm Garland total tax 4 4G Burgher W R 13 a adjoins G W Pasley and town lots tax 5 81 Burgher VR10 a adjoins G W Pusley and 3 town lots total tax for 1108 594 Dowles John Sr 35 a adjoins John Vivion total tax 4 87 Cain Amos 3 Clay City lots to tel tux 4 14 Curtis Nannio 100 a adjoins J T Johnson total tax 218 Dericksou JB 10 Clay City lots total tux 044 Frazier James 10 a adjoins Wm Cooper total tax 381 Hall Mass 3 a adjoins Thos P IlonnsMartin Jasper adjoins Ben Martin total Mnrtin tax217ITilden Tracy total tax 217 t Martin Algina adjoins Til i den Tracy total tax 189 Smethers Susan l 8a adjoins Thos Blanton total tax 2 18 Shearer M F5Q a adjoins AS- ker Stewart total tax 7 47 Tracy F Plplay City lotI total tax 8 25 I Tracy F P1Clay City lot total tax for 1008 8 25 Tucker Nannie lots Clay City total tax 3 25 Walters Junes 10 a ndjlips Boss Walters total tax 481 odjojnsTnadjOillsSam adjoinsUI Cosby Joe 125 a adjoins John Mize total tax 4 10 j Holmes Mollie 25a adjoins G W Lyle totat tax 1160 Highly AP 14Qa adjoins D R Daniel total ta i634 odjoillsD Srtms John NrJ140 a ad joins Joe Cosby tdtalvtax 8 80 Spencer John indjoills Lu cy Ballard total tax 8 17 Wilburn Fannie N R 40 a adjoins JIW Ti pton tux 2 77 adjoinsOpusBurgher FredS1i1 a adjoins J M lennon total tar428 adjoinsMark ndjoinsJohnGlover Ed 8 a adjoins Nelson Hall total tax 2 81 Garrett Sanford 8 a adjoins J 11 Kennon totalftax 5 05 Hall Nelson Writ adjoins Sam Clark total tax 4P5 adjoinsSlllliuMullens Garrett Boundary ad joins Win total tax 446 ndjojnsJohn adjoinsThosi rurleyGrnnttO adjoins Murk ClayDrownGibson Blbert tn Stanton total tax 1908 348kVr LevyHindsPatrick 1uni s adjoins Ed win hose total ikj7I4 adjoinsElea MtiENhONEx trKr Tune orleA tile lover 1illw crawls1IQgl 81hA pros liner r kt 0 11 Another effort will be madeto have the dog tax repealed Wanted Railway Mail Clerks Custom- House Employes to prepare for tho inyourvicinity stitute of Civil Service 816 State St Rochester N Y Give full address WeAskYouto troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy WINE Of CARDUI 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 111 Sold in This CityF3 R A D ANQ CITY R D AND KY R C the KY W N on to an its on all or of It be the at by as of at once 36 Yrs 111 tried and tI and was sick I not on my feet I to take and soon to Now I able to do all my and am in I was Try it 1 i L E Pest No 2 Daily P M AM 22f 305 813 J R42 350 358 010 405 015 022 4 30 435 J43 447 95G 510 010 I I L tC E Fiu CITY nl sly n Benttyvjlle Jet O do K PROFESSIONAL GAUDS IR lNM PHYSICIAN SURGEON CLAY KY B SMITH M PHYSICIAN SURGEON CLAY CITY I WELCH CounsellornLaw KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of Commonwealth Central CLAYJCITV Newly Furnished House Thoroughly Womans Beauty Some women their beauty advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering lasting marks themNearly women more less with some form female trouble should not neglected paintreat yourself home taking Cardui thousands other women have done Begin and give Cardui a fair trial I TAKE Hotel CARDUII3 It Will Help You Katie Burlison Cardui writes suffered with female troubles so could stand began Cardui began mend am housework much better health than before AT ALL DRUG STORES SllNMI4RY OF TrARE EastBound Honnd 1No4 735 320 82Q IHI 902 414 038 1017 o0n 1115 1120 1 Stations LexiiigtmitVihcbustiir Junction Iirfinn ldfJCbAY Stanton Filson Campion JnncUon Natural Torrent Junction Jackson Attorney CANTON BUSH Prop Rooms Renovated Thro- ughoutirarrsra retain leaves suffer Avoid Goreville Finally TiyiE Bridge No1 No SundayEx i A M JP M AM 955 G05 1025 912 520 900 11507 n4Dn3t 8rt5 453 0iJO 9Q2l5809 420 soa 414 842t748 357 828 745 t55 H20- 7i10 841 815 707 820 754- 6i5 226 705 010 220 7Ob The Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except Sunday rl L de E Junction Nos 1 and 3 will connect with tbO d 0 Railway for Mt Stirllng Ky Cumpton Junction Nos 1 2 ann14 will eminent with the Moun tain Central Railway fr passengers to and from Campion Kv Benttyville Junction Nos 2 will connect with the L 1 A Rail way for Hputtyville Ivy 0 K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with tho O ti K Rail way for Cannel Cjtv Ky and way Hlniihus EARN STOVE MONEY by buying from your dealer this range at half the price that 111 asked by other 1Io Our modem method ormerchandisIng en 1 ablci us to rualcethts pktnoAlnal ofler hlch none at our com 1 peUtoracan meet S2M8O bun this haniltoma large a I DOMESTIC RANGENERI Ijut M shown by out ItI madoliompoilabed blue i has ilx coven one of winch U Mcuonal Mbwtoi lined cost flue etrlpa end refile ten U lSlnch oven nastreaervctnandbgh cl gnaranteeaeeagtpanleeeaobrangeNoma R ftIIJneV11eomUUI1UP 1 buataeu for ibdyelgbt yeari1 MODERN l TOV1EtiMR CJCOM 1111 r I t t f fig1 s C = 1