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II 1 r t 1r 4r4 4 Q i h jf r I Y THE G 0 1 t flAY ITYd TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay City th SurrounJirig Country an J Ourselves I E burgher Publisher 5 VOL xr CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY MAY ft J9lO YUrlS t Important Question for City Council Tomorrow night is the regular meeting of the City Council null no more important business will come before this body than theproposed telephone franchise It is the general opinion of the people of the city that this meas are will be unanimously defeated In the first place Clay City is not able to support two exchag es and it seems that it is not able to support one It appears to the Times that two exchanges here would only cripple the sere ice of both and make it very unsatisfactory to the patrons of each or everyone have two phones This is unreasonable for the people of a poor town like this The Times would like to see time East Tennessee long distance lines come to Clay City with pay stations in theoflices of concerns which have occasion to use their lines so much to other points and favor this as stated before if the telephone cnnpnny will put up an indemnifying bond guar anteeing the city against all damages and cost of suits arising over the sale of this franchise and obligating themselves to pay ftny damages and cost of suits 1 that may hereafter come against tlie city by reason pf the COIJ1t t4 11tellfife b ftm Q rtJI contprmnyiii thtfcSvayw inii i t Q 1fr N a 1 t rte vPra V- r k o ltnttll llorlht i1- j of- J ifthe companys poles or line shook damage anyone and they should see cause to sue the city for damages separately or joint ly with the company for the city to pay any part of it or the costs hence the importance of the above clause And us to rates The Times thinks thev should bn the same going from Clay City as tor mes sages coming into the city and When you are Ready for your Spring Suit 4 We are ready for yourThe new Ispring styles we are showing in mensII and young mens suits will IIItrange of styles patterns and colors wejare showing We have that is appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in and glance throughyouwillappreciate the grace drape style and excellece of fit and finish We are showing a splendid line of Mens Spring Suits The fabrics were tested andwell C tedmuchcare given to the cut ting andmakingthe fit and finish will stand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest gar meats in the State and youll agree with us once you see them i thinks they should be to limited to the same rate per mile as charged to or from any other city in Kentucky of the same class as Olay City viz a city of the fifthclass Give the people of this town the above protection and we are for them coming here not that we think this is right but be cause we cant otherwise get complete long distance service The East Tennessee should be forced to connect with tho inde pendentlines everywhere as rail roads are required to cloIt is the evident purpose of the Bell system to monopolize the tele phone business and they go after it right and it seems they con trol some points entirely or at least so as to shut out the inde pendent companys lines The independent telephone sys tem offers to put in a four million dollar plant at Cincinnati and furnish free local service until the company has ten thousand phones bat the ity refuses ev idently because it is controlled by the East Tennessee or the Bell system If the East Ten nessee is so anxious to counect Clay City and Powell county with Cincinnati why dont they connect with the independent nifltmn floss linro l TllOrflnpnl l n batall p 1 fJ lj i1 64ilsrsfianyetae3n dl t c Jt 1tHtf t l4rehnveltl- vestigated this and find itto be wholly an untruth They will connect with the Bell or any oth er system any day The East Tennessee is working the Bell system tending only to monopo hze the telephone b isiness The representative of she company seems willing to tell you anything to get a privilege or fran chise in county or city and un fooledI SHIMFESSELS w t- w Powell County Court A good crowoByas in Stanton Monday to attepfl County Court Several road cities were before the Court and of One important one Itemed to be an overseer wanted to resign and tendered hisrpper8 but Judge Hardwick reftlefed saying that if men could there would be no overseersintlhe county At torney R C Welch represented the officers ana pointed out to the Court thnraa road surveyor was a civil office same as trustee of school cir anther elective or appointive om r The Judge however WelchscjL motionDr T lxtTh09 Ogden Jr S appoint ed commissionsto form anoth er nmgisteriuljiistrict from the four precincts above Stanton which now liilS hut one magis irate In the aftero pn several Com missioner and Sheriff sales were pulled off am tile day from then on passed yjfj quietly Among the y attorneys were Judge 1urove of Frankfort and 0 FSp6ncer of Winchester Air MaHBelds Will The will ofJtJO Mansfield de oejised a foringveulthy citizen iff hiss Bounty vas probated at j W a tIle- W x tr nee d prp1 es that his estate be wound up without unnecessary delay or cost All his debts and those of the firm of Manslield Son be paid His home is left to his wife for life and at her death to his daugh ter Emily Hunter and if she is dead to his other heirs The net proceeds of live thousand dollars is to be paid his wife for life and al her death to lgir daughter Mollie Woodward dur ing her life and at her death the principal is to be divided a mong his heirs The cottage and grove at Sea Breeze Florida is left to his wife and Mrs Woodward for life and at their death to be e qiiajly divided The mill is to run until until the stock on hued is worked up and sold The mill is then to be sold and the proceeds divided By a codicil eleven thousand dollars is to be placed in a safety deposit bank for his grandson Reuben Linwood Mansfield as his fathers share of the milling business Hubert Hunter und M L Thomas were named us ex ecutors without bond The will was in the handwriting of the testator It will be to your interest to see our line of spring andsmumer suits and odd pants for men and boys be fore making your purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty unlwe can show you all the new col ors and cuts and nt prices that will ihturestyou llurdwick R Cot Stanton J D Williamsmanager of the Standard Spoke Company is in Oincinuati this week looking after the interests of his Com Pauy Last night was verycool and sonje frost could bo seenearlyt- his morning tifr tiv + t Believe What We Read Methods arc changing and the I successful business man is changing his tactics accordingly There was a time when few commercial travelers used the railroad Nowadays who would not use it There was a time when the tel egraph and telephone were con sidered toys and used only by the shrewdest business men Advertising is an evolution like these inventions Like them it increases speed case and econ omy of communication- It utilizes the ever growing reading habit of the public Fifty years ago there were only 2000 newspapers and periodicals in tins country Today there are 25000 Today people read more and more people read The printed word rules the land And how much we owe the printed page from the First Header of our spelling days to this mornings newspaper What we learn from personalobserva tion and conversation is only a drop compared with the ocean of information obtained from read mug Tte fundamental effect of the graphic pace on the public mind is well illustrated by the name of this continent It was tint ninm d After its discoverer Eut 1 ll oiinl deg ew = tutrrfIi1e rlg vtt i tm4J rnif vho first showed what it Jooked like in black and white The reading habit is so deeply rooted that we readily place confidence in the printed page if it is at all plausible We say this country contains some 80 000000 people We never coun ted them We read it We say this years corn crop is worth 1400000000 We never figure it up SVe read it Valuable Citizen and Professional Man Dr Smith seems to be making quick private sales of his person al effects and will soon be ready to leave for his new home in In diana Clay City cannot well afford to lose many suchcitizens as Dr Smith lie has been in Clay City for eight years and during his stay here he has prov en himself to be a perfect gentle man in every particular In both the practice of medicine and private life ho has always been a model man in his dealing witheveryone and his place will be hard to 1111as an honorable citizen and as a physician lie has the best wishes of the Times and u host of other friends in this city and county when hi cated in his new home and may his success there be in the same large proportion to his real merit and worth U Mrs S1 Rose of this city was last week tried for lunacy before Judge Jlardwick and found to be of unsound mind und j sent to the Mrs has been losinghor mind HoseI past six months The above article woe written for last week but was crowded out for want of space t 0r Smith has sold liis sjoyk of j drugs to Dr Lemming of Stan I teiL ir mow Dies at Kansas City W II McKinney a native of Hardwicks Creek is dead at Kansas City 1I10t and a paper of of that city contained the fol owing account of his death William II McKinney 54 years old died at his home 4252 Harrison Street at a oclock yesterday afternoon For more than thirty yearstlIr McKinney was a horseman and trainer at Elm Ridge and other Western tracks lie came to Kansas City from Clay City Ky when 17 years old and for many years owned a livery and training sta ble at Eighth and Delaware streets Fifteen years ago Ill owned several trotting horses a mong them Black Diamond Ry land T White Stockings and Lord Clinton For several years has conducted a livery business on Armour Boulevard near Thir tyfirst Street Before racing was discontinued at Kim Ridge Mr McKinney was supervisor of the track and at the time of his death was training two young horses there for entry on East ern tracks this fall Mr McKinney loft a widow a sister Mrs Mary E Vaughn mind other relatives at Winchester Ky Funeral services will be heldat the home tomorrowafter BurihlJilltiein rlnfer kr The first article in this weeks Publishers Auxiliary was headed in conspicuous tines Printer and Banker and points out their similarity Dont all rush into the printicy thinking it to be the door of a large bank The only similarity we can see is that both carry in their assets paper Time paper carried as an asset by the banker are his customers notes mind what is known as com mercial paper that is head that the banker buys in the open market from the note brokers Wo think in the main however time paper carried by the banker is more valuable thou the sumac quantity of paper carried by the printer although wo leave known of oases where it was worth considerably less lrop Report In the monthly crop report for April M C Hnnkin Commis simmer of Agriculture gives u restimoof the reports which have readied him from nearly every county in the State and shows that the recent cold spell was very destructive Tho frost and freeze and snow practically destroyed time snuill fruit crop Mr Rankiu says and did great damage to vegetables and cure lie says that much of corn that was plant ed will have to be plowed and planted again As to tobacco Mr Rankin says there will be u largo acreage in spite of tho damage that was done many plant buds by the frost He says the mountain counties have almost double their acreageFor Seven room house and live lots in west cudof town Apply to N d Vnltew Irvine Ky Dr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs andI J SQ F THE TIMES n u rUHLISHKD EVERY TUUU8UAT u J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad- am otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday May 5 1910 n Hard on Monopolies The East Tennessee Telephone Company or any other monopo ly will strike hard sailing when they conic to deal with the Clay Clay Council for any privileges This Council will deal with nc questions without well studying the needs of the people and they generally are always just as bound as a dollar on all impor flint questions The peoples in forests are as well guarded as in any city in Kentucky under the provisions of the telephone franchise which the local company is now operating and take our word for it no advantage over this franchise will any other be sold Every Councilman and the May or too have correct ideas on the question Tle proposed new Magisterial district will add ono more Demo crat to the Fiscal Court thought e project is being promoted by Republicans principally Of course the Governor will appoint the first official which of course will be a Republican but us the law provides for the election of officers to vacancies a a new Magistrate will be elected this fall which of course would be a Democrat thus the Republican would get to attend but one regular meeting of the Fiscal Court Thelaw provides for the ruapportibmneit of counties in to Magisterial districts every four yoars but the county must be dealt with as a whole and no voting precincts divided Brother Taft has annouced that four years are enough Wise prophet Brother Taft While you seem to mean well the trusts have gotsuch a stronghold on your party that the country has decided to send a Democrat to the White House when your term ends The increase in the capital of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company to 500100 000 makes it next to the largest corporation in the world the largest being the United States Steel Corporation with 808588 000 capital The telephone trust has grown from the exclusive privileges granted by an unjust patent law and the steel trust has grown from the special ben efits conferred on it by a high tariil The patent laws and the high tariff go hand in hand in creating and fostering trusts Mt Sterling has but one tele phone exchange the independent system Thats all it needs Cin cinnati has but one system Thats all it needs Thats all uny town or city needs but the franchise should require that all lines should connect Its surprising to us that some people want two exchanges in a little town like Clay City when it cant well sup port one Senators Aldrich and Hale have both announced their re tirement from the Senate it is a wise old owl that knows when to take to the woods Hale and Aldrich have seen unmistakable signs of an approaching teniflc Democratic cyclone due to ar rive next November Tile report tile East Tennessee Telephone Company has abandoned this county makes us only believe that they have decided to come You may take take this company just as often backwards and forwards Hon Thomas P Gore the blind U S Senator from Okla homa offers the Democrats the following twelve worrl platform Less tariff More trade No raft No trusts Free ships No Taft Looks more or less squally for Uucle Joe sure enough Not ong ago they took his steam oiler away from him and now they ore after his automobile There are enou differences ivei tnu jiiroud bill to make it sure that somebody is wrong Ca Bells AntisepticSalve Good for all Skin Bleasss Y HSHOEs NEW Spring and Sum mer styles on saleJow t If anything a little oit smart exclusive thaner and more 4usual The kind you see on Paris boulevards Fifth Avenue too Every last and leather that a woman could t jfrossilly want at any time pHardwlclr and Company i STANTON KENTUCKY k7i 4 1 LVI W J r Mr Taft seems to think tha the Democrats are worse thai the Republicans Well not so many of thorn have been arrest ed Important Decision The case of of J S Vertrees against Head Mathews from o- hio county was reversed nd a most important ruling made i fire insurance policies by the Court of Appeals The court holds that where an agent in sures a mans property in a como pany that is not entitled to do business in this State the agent becomes personally liable and stands as guarantor for any loss that may occur provided of course that the insured has a valid cause of action whit would be good against the com pauy if he could reach the company Itis regarded as a most important deciiipn and will havi the effect of deterring wildcat companiesor the agents for such companies from attempting to doI say business in this State trees says ho allowed HeadS Mathews to insure his property in a Chicago company Which they assured him was solvent After his property burned he found the company was not entitled to do business in Kentucky and would not pay anything for his loss H then sued the agents Call and see our lino of ladle md Misses Queen Quality and Boston Favorite low cut shoes in the one and two strapped pumps ace oxfords and all the newest styles and leathers We have the most complete stock ever brought to Powell county Hurdwick Ce- Stanton When you find your home pa per taking no interest in you or our success when you find tseepingaggravatingly silent when you think t tJe i or oul bo tearing its linen in your be alf do not work yourself into a fever of anxiety as to the cause just ask yourself wherein have ynu placed the paper and its elli tor under obligations to use space and energy jor vou Catarrh Cannot be Cured with local applications as they cnnI tot reach tin scat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constituiona lleease disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies lulls Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally and acts directly on the hood and mucous outfaces Halls latarrh Cure is not a quack medi line It was prescribed by one ol the best physcians in this country for years and is a regular preecrip ion It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the test blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Props Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggist price 75c Take Halls Family Sills forcon ipationr J Fruit and Ornamental TREES t Everything far ORCHARD LAWN I and GARDEN ONE MILLION StrawbetryPlaats- FreeCataogueI No Agents J ffl F Hlllenmeyer S ti Sons LEXINGTON KY fIM hhnW1MMPVhihAhMYhh hUd n an- xtf I N f J r c It I t j I11 dZ i r ft f j J i iit iF I J r b t f a i For all kinds OF UptoDate I j Wc 0 MILLINERY 7 SEEiI f 2 Mrs J W Williams The Milliner fA Rr rCLAY CITY KY 5 I J j 1 t 4 s r USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR j The Best Spring Medicine is a good healthful food and RB good bread is the most important f because most largely used yon can only insure its being good health + ful and nutritious by having it made from the purest and finest flour That made by Hope Mills hRs no superior and is not equalled by any flour made for home conrsumption 11 Mfg by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky J Y t I OAKLAND PIANOSOut Aim Iatbo production of a ln 1ste I moderate price that quality oitoricl c worth value and durabUlt1horetofore ml to pianos telling at comparative omoere of the Plano Co are practical men whose Ilfe4ong experience in tbe and marketiogofptanoi concentrated in the dove d of those features that attractttile careful buyerS p OUr Ole71a to baUd one cue 00 t thereby Inrrawlng oar output mtuclafr tbe coot of production r11t- o thetatnlmum aodperuogntov ferquattodtadlal 4 pluitlJn r out1hefllhlattteworkmanhlpand fndurabelpwerI41m 11 I- If yoirtlMleir dont burnt h MkWdptaeowrhedlrct fj 1yfa5 THIS ORGAN ON CREDITFNO MONEY DOWN i 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL I direct from the n faotM tn the world P- atwholecalefasEtutceeM ADLEROROANtookttrs- tyrizaatSt Ix ul S Iwant yon totry It at your I Ihome days say you eando80daysbogluVayl for it In lke- aainetanmeateoraendltbackifyouarenoteaed It t guarantee these oraana for years e 300 wears out AUI aeic son to do to to try the 01 ganfor80danbefore yondecide to buy Sendyour namo Cii1 Remember no money down miaupaywhenyoaa n litmi11after ildav free triaL CYRUSL ADLER Puts ADLER ORGAN CO I x- ltitWQhetlsutV It LOUI5VILLEK- Ybk tthe Editor tt IfcU ptper about tptetet oH r 5 f 1 rt i 11- R r r ifHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY May 5 1010 LOCAL BREVITIES Mr and Mrs Ed Warmouth Terre Haute Indare visitin relatives here William W Hisman has been appointed postmaster at McCor hiick this county Miss Maud Fletcher and broth er Geo G Fletcher were visit ing Mt Sterling Thursday Nowis a good time to ouy your ginghams and white goods and get your sewing done before the hot weather Mrs J W Williams Mrs Nannie Shimfesseland x sons Tom and Edgar who spent the winter at Phoenix Ariz re turned home Saturday Carl Mize formery of this city was married at Hazel Green last Wednesday to Miss Carrie Rose of that town For all Bowel Troubles use Dr Bells AntiPain Relief is almost instantaneous Isals good externally for all kinds of pains Sold everywhere B F McKinney of Winches ter wits here the latter part pf- y the week on business Whats the Use to suffer with sore eyes when One 25c tube of Sutherlunds Eaglejye r Salvo will cure you We guafanJ jL tee it You risk nothing Its u t s creamy snow white ointment vO r spring and summer line of J low cutnlVValkOvej shoes for tT i 4men rind boys ia ready for yVur inspection AI Call and eee thenl j Hard wick Co Stanton J The automobile craze is get tiug bud iu rte bluegrass section It is claimed that oven farmers are borrowing money on crops and putting it into autos I Theres a Reason For the large and increasing sale of TJr Bells PineTarHoney When in need of a cough medi cine try it and you will know the reason Prof Di A Thompson for a runmber of years principal of the Clay City Graded School has been chosen by the Wj chester Board of Education as principal of time schools sn that city Why Experiment when Dr Bells Pine rarIioney has been tried with satisfaction for over sixteen years in millions of homos for coughs colds croup and and all throat and bronchial trou bles You can get it anywhere Look far the bellon the bottle Over in the Eleventh district they seem to be preparing in earnest for the Congressional fray They it seems are doing to haves a primary and Powers wants it called off early so if de feated hecan contest the result and get it settled in time to gels on the ballot A Man WantstoDto only when alazy liver and slug gish bowels cause frightful despon dency But Dr Kings New Life Pills expel poisons from the system j bring hope and courage cure ull Liyer Stomach and Kidney trou blest mparfc health and vigor tQ the weak nervous and ailing ifii lit Swann DayIlutnbGrCpmpanyttaY I store t 54e t Mrs Lou Groves from Cincit irnti is visiting her daughter Mrs J M Kcnnoii I Mr and Mrs Toni Mounfz of this city and Mr Emerson Con lee of Mt Sterling spent Sun day with Miss Lula Milo Bowman near the city Our spring goods are now on Our stock id larger than over be fore We believe we can supply your wants better and besides giv you more for your money than anyone rise in thu county If we are correct in our belief it is to your interest to deal with us Conic and look through and see what you think about it HarUwick CoStanton John Baber who was appointed census enumerator for the VaughnsMill precinct was una ble to perform these duties and Mr Hanks of Stanton is doing the job In the bright effulgence of spring one can smile at the tears one shed over the last rose of summer A Regular Tom Boy was Susie climbing trees and fence es Jumping ditches whitling al ways getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds But laws Her mother just applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals every thing healablt Boiln Ulcers Eczema Old Sores Corns or Piles Try it 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store A Cincinnati man has retired from business with 1000000 which he says is as much money as any uian has the right to pos seas How he must dislike trou ble r i r Lion Fondles a Child In Pittsburga savage lion ton died the hand that a child thrus- into his cage Danger to a child ia sometimes great when least regarded Often it comes through Colds Croupand Whooping Cough They slav thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could have saved A few doses cured our baby a of very bud case qi Croupwrites Mrs George B Davis of Flat Rock N C W always give it to him when betake cold Its a wonderful medi cine for babies Best for Coughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Hemorrhages Weak Lungs roc and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed SwannDay Lumber Cos store M MtI FOULTiV FEN E VerCIeee Mesh tp1lyssLtE1iRrtfi B Q0 i wmt Ii1Yoi I I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian Endeavor program far the Sunday May 8st 1910 at the Christian Church Topic The Christian Graces Leader M se Edna Earnest- ScriptureaLesson 1 Pet di- 11Miss Ethel Johnson Forgiveness is a Christian Grace Mrs A M Burgher Love is Christian Grace 1 Cor 1 oOJJVillinms Chorus Christ is KingSo ciety S- 1urityaOraceA M Burgher Meekness a GraceGran Hack worthy Recitation Miss Ruth Earnest Song Society Hospitality a raceMrsMartin Benedictions fec Eczema yields readily to Dr Bells Anti septic Salve You see an improve ment after the first application We guarantee it It is clean and pleasant to use 25c a box The cool weather returned a gain Tuesday after a slight shower early in the day but no frost Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve is guaranteed foreteller ringworm eczema chapped hands and lips running sores ulcers and in fart all skin diseases Good to use af ter shaving 25cra box Several items of interest and two correspondents were crowd ed out last week for want of space This wilt occasionally oc cur when thorp happens to be considerable legal advertising a has been the case the past three weeks An Ideal Husband is patient even with Ii nagging wife for he knows she needs help Sbe may Ue ieorneryoiiH and run down in health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excita appetitetheadache sleeplessness or faintin g and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters the most wonderful reme Thousandgnervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy xn them Only 50c Satisfaction guar Coestore M m MM 1 CAPITAL STOCK 100000 Suil iUS AND UN D1VJDKU IHOKrrs 1000OO TJJE WINCHESTER BANK OP WINCHHTHR Ky N UO IY AVlTIlKnSlOOfT PrtKH- W K SiHAK OAHIIIKH u YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED e Vl v r7 w v r r ++ IU ++++HrofrHr JPflAUPPIN Watchmakeri Jeweler All Kinds of WatCh and Clock I Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC 1 f TION GUARANTEED Une of Jewelry Spectacles Call and see me in the Red I River Hotel Building r CLAYCITY KENTUCKY j 1r+ aFae tt r r Y 11 J 5 Tim first examiimtion for white teathes will be held at Stanton the third Friday and Saturday in this month 250 Is a Small Amount You would not suffer one day for five times that amount Then try Sutherlands Eegle Eye Salve We guarantee it to cure Its painless and harmless The recent frost did much greater damage to fruit in the county than at first reported Practically all the peaches are killed but few apples and pears are not moro than onefourth crop Blackberries will also be short as many of time briers were killed during the winter Pine Tar and Honey have been used for generations in treating coughs Dr Bells Pine Tar honey coneains both combined with other valuable ingredients Look for the bull on the bottle Be sure you get Dr Bells When Henry Clay addressed the House says a writer ev ery muscle of his faro and body worked Ah yes In those good days Congressmen earned their salaries Maybe the editor dont belonsrI politifmore than you have dreamed of doing to keep your town on the 10 map And ho cant paint it I in glowing colors and buy Vene tian red to do it with forever un less he is a man of independent fortlie If hes the right sort ho wont ask you to advertise or subscribe unless you get one hun dred cents for a dollar but ho can sing the towns virtues ina much coaner tenor if his adver tising columns are well filled and some good citizens occasion ally help him by writing a little something for pulication themselves instead of telling him what to do WELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their sex should write to Dr Pierce and receive free the advice of a physician of over 40 years experience 8 skilled and successful specialist in the diseases ofwomen Every letter of this sort has the most careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly confidential Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr Pierce what they would shrink from physicianiswithout uan examination Dr Pierce holds that these distasteful examinations ore generally need less and that no woman except in rare cases should submit to them Dr Pierce treatment will cure you right in the privacy of your own home lib Favorite Prescription has cured hundreds of thousands some of them the worst of cases It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product ofa regularly graduated everyingredienttion No alcohol and no habitforming drugs ore found in it Some unscrup sulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute Dont take it Dont trifle your health Write to Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr K V Pierce President Buffalo N Ytake the advice received and be well I JlmJ lt1ft1 I M H COUUTNKY Pres HE A T WIIITT hiorR- T trt CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANKy CLAY CITY 0- 0KENTUKCY I Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars 1 Pays THREE PERCENT INTEREST on time diprit s One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department IWHY NOT START ONE TODAY ttitfj t5 W I I r1laflit IJIIWa1It J jMj 1j Iy4H + ++++++oHoH + ot1o+++ JoMo+ + tJ INSURE WITh + I II F1 LYON SON I + TLo Loudin LtKUtvuiu Akroutsa of J2u terii JContuolcy + + Over 200000000 IRepresented i i+ one who knows anything about insurance know line44t i+e4 4 eSAVE YOUR FOWLS Doaron Poultry Cure Is recognized us the standard poultry remedy of tbo worjd It Is the one remedy that can bo depended on with nbRoluw certainty to cure and present Gapes Cholera Roup uteracopstowlsbcalthyaridb BOurbon Poultry CureH SN9 E L 51iYwWlialslon sir PlCIayPartr8ywyslastyer hUO been I raised hundwls at chickens tapes 6oubonPouitrpCure Is HbplaasvillexyraysuII byttrl thom amnhonPoultry Cure 1 1 hale eye u5edar a lure cure torCholeaandUwbeoeck M Tai r11 Bourbon Remedy CoIDccllporatcd u s A AtAilLoadln pruaglcU BOo per Bottle Trial VlelFrse I Sold by SwannDay Lbr Co Hardwick Co Clay CityStanton I I is The Farmers HawHaw It must tickle a good many farmers to read in some papers that they lire responsible for ex isting high prices and when a little further down the column the city man tells them that they ought to raise more grain and vegetables und sell them for less money the farmers hawhaw can be hoard from the corral to the far end of tho alfalfa field says the Field and Farm Let the town menlimit accept the stone advice Les him doodle his stock and sell the 908 suits for 1789 Toll Mr Hill the rail roadman to build more railroads and charge excursion rates every day Of course this would not do but the merchants and rail road owners are becoming richer overv day und no one ever heard of a fellow making anything like u million or a half million or a quarter of a million from the pro ducts of Ins fields Every sure enough rancher earns the highest price for whatever he has to sell and if he has reached that place where he can take advantage of the market hes house oust be on 1rosperity Avenue A Fine Animal J1 Kennon and G W Clark have bought one of the best jacks ever brought to this county They bought him of Ulms B Hainline of Montgom ely county The jack is one of the finest in the State and has u pedigree almost second to none This is one thing this county is sadly in need of is more thoroughbred stock Good stock cost the owner no lore to care for and feed than inferior stock All the difference in them is the selling price and thisjis two to one in favor of the stock of good quality Theu why not raise the bestt5U1fE1 Ltnli e4ELE EYE SALVE Good for Nothing but the Eyes I I lENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone rrnmng a Btetrn and deg h may quickly necertaul our opinion as invention In prnnnblr n Communication atrictlyeonndettial HANDBOOK onlatentn ecuringpatentaPatentsFpeetai not tee wlihuutobirae In the SciectU ImerkanA handsomely Illustrated weekly I reeat circulation of any iiclentlOo luuraal Terms II a year four month f1 Sold brail newsdealers MUNr 8 Colfroadwaf New York Urrueb Ol1lceJI st Washtnvton3 C Death of B 0 Hutson B B Hutson of this county died at his home near Log Liiik last Thursday aged 70 years Burial at Log Lick church yard Saturday whore funeral services were conducted by the Rev J II Matherly Deceus ed had been in very poor health for some time He had never been married and leaves i goodI estate to his brothers gild sister StolenI horns I pounds llush with milk tjtruyed from the I public commons at Clay itylIn OilY night Liberal reward for iui formation leading to her recovery or for tier return to- t1tnMuuntzI Sr Clay City Ky Now is the time to renew your subscription you used the purer we need the money LaGrippeWeakness After a spell of La Grippe I was so weak and exhausted I could hardly stand I began taking Dr Miles Nervine and was soon better in every MRS K J NORTON Freeville N Y La Grippe seems to wrench particle of vitality frpm its unfortuI nate victims Thats where the principal danger lies because it leaves the system in a weakened condition which invites more serious diseases During convalescence Dr Miles Nervine should be taken to restore nervous energy and overcome this weaken ing influence which is the most serious effect of La Grippe The tint bottle will benefit If net your druggist will return your money ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified D STOMACHyTROU2E is the bczt rnedWr CVT sold Iit over n tl PO jrti to counter acoto 011 10 CII proiniUT obtained mall count rtit OR NO FCC TRADEMARKS Careata and Copyright litrml K n l sketch or lor Palentpracflceexclaalvely Send 3 mill In ftampt for Invaluable book j PATINTSWh1 t1 informationEc PATENT LAWYERS 3 Seventh St Washington D C INEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION I Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first I the merits of tho same The othermachipole without a clutch or cog wheel Can be heaped 4n loading the same as a farm wagon Guar lanteed to pulverize all manure notice the ree This machine is built on a common sense principle of a farm- wagonhence is the simplest most durable lightest draft lowest down hence easy to load into spreader on the market Backed by ten years I experience not an experiment Ask fos catalogue X THE NEW IDEA SPREADER CO Coldwotor Ohio ma t ISTRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE I POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will ride level no matter how loaded Is absolutely free from pitching or end motion No roll log orspreading of axles as the weight moves up easybecause Is not in the nature of a torsion spring No tend ency to rattle Lighter Theeasfllestcatalogue and pricelist BABCOCK CARRIAGE CO Evansvlllo Indl a i4r t I 4 M3 k VIrden I Mrs Ida PaVo was very sick weekJohnlal Kennon sold to C0 demons a young I mule for 05 R L Daniel and 0 C Curtis were transacting business in Win chester one dav last week I 0 0 demons had a horse to cornIcobWest Bend B F Berrywas at Stanton Monday on business i G W Evtijriimn asin Olay City Powellcountys metropolis Monday Chas Roundfree was one of the attendants at Winchester court from West Bend Letcher Dalton has located at Lexington where he has a posi tion wiht the L E Road Times Ogden Jr has been busy taking the census enumeration tho past two weeks SPOUT SPRNIG John W DnEon had a valu able mare to die last week Mr and Mr John R Neal spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Clay City Asa Barnett sold a two year old colt to Claude Todd for 175 j4 Win Edge has moved from the village to = tile H S Burgher farm B F McKinney was here from Winchester the last of the week Mesdames GeK Stephenson and Lutie Stamper who have been visiting MrsGeo WsMcIntosh have returneMtoitheitthome ati Stanford Kimbrell Mrs Elizabeth Leach of Clay City visited her sister Mrs Frances McIntosh the past week t Rev Harvey Johnson preach Jed at Kimbrellff Chapel last Saturday night Sunday morning aed Sunday night Vircil Jones anti Everett Burton of Clark county attended preaching at Kinibrells Chapel last Sunday- A i Sunday school was organized at Kimbrells Chapel last Sunday night with L 0 King 1 Superintendent J Dteottman assist ant Elmer Adams Secretary J W Tuttle Treasurer Will meet each SunUay afternoon at l3 oclocIf Waltersville LAST VfKSK Dillard Potts is on the sick list this week Miss Liva Potts spent the day with Miss AIIie Curtis Sunday Grant Bennott visited his sis ter Mrs Ben lIa tin Sunday- J W Potts and Gilbert Pat ton are at Paris this week Miss Nannie Walters spent the day with Miss Ada Puckett Sunday Mrs Timpy Toad and daugh ter Minnie spent Sunday even- ingi with Mrs Ltioy Hull Mr and Mrs louis Mastin spent Sunday with their uncle Will Patton 1 r ijjjiIJim Barnettt visited their sisjrj Miss Allic Curtis from SaturUayiintil Sillx lly- r f 1 PIJ IJ The political surprise of th year in Kentucky but an agreeubl has been furnished by the an tone comcot that former Gov Jam McCreary will probably onset to become a candidate for the Den ocratic gubernatorialnomination I Mr McCrcary is one of the veto I nns in public life in the Bluegrai Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGH liver Medicine reUaIThe reputation of this old ble constipation In digestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not Imitate other medicines It Is better than others or it would not be the fa lucersaleSOLD IN TOWN Pi I No Daily M A 11 813- u20 Ofi eState He was Speaker of the low- e branch of the Legislature just- the and Governor es to IIe was elected to it Congress six successive and- i in was chosen United States Senator his term expiring last r Exchange it Every man thinks be is a Judge of human DR BELLS ANTIPAI- NII Internal and External 4 rilOFKSSIONAI IRA IRVIN M DiI PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON iCLAYOITY R M D lB AND SURGEON I KY I C WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw General FANTON Pra tlcI all KENTUCKVI Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay using Cardui for their female troubles Cardui has been found to relieve headache backache pain in side and ziness arising from deranged organs It does more than relieveif used persistently inany have writ to that it cured them IITAKE jR ICommonwcalth CARDUI7 II Will Help YuiI Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Carduicured me after doctors and everything else had failed Lhad been suffer with numb spells ever since I was 16 years md One day causaythat a long and fair Mrs Johnson suffered years Have you Do you to why suffer at all Cardui Give it a fair trial i AT ALL DRUG STORES I I TSLEI21 No4 P I 225 735 305 826 334 842 350 858 UW 405 t32 4HO 038 485 043 447 510 1017- I U 1115 610 1120 cr after war from 1875 1870 terms 1903 year super nature Pains CARDS KY CITY Of the diz ten say ing I trial wish But Take 012 915 t14 956 L Station Lexington Viiicheter L E unction Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stanton Uosslyn ftilsonCampion Tnncttnn Natural Bridge Torrent Beuttyvllle Jet O K Junction Jackson I No1IISunday A 11I M A M 055 605 1026 fI12 520 D4Q 000 507 933 845 45a 920 825 435 002 815 4t6 854 809 420 848 803 414 84iZ 7 48 3 57 a8a8 745 355 K 2- U7ao 341 815 707 320 754 li15 225 705 lil0 220 700 The Following CONNECTIONS miide Daily Except Sunday- L E Junction Nos 1 and 3 will connect with th 0 d 0 RailiWilY for Mt Storlinp Ky Cauipton Junction Nos 1 2 3 nud 4 will connect with the Mona twin Central Bailwny fir passengers to and from Campion KIBeatlyville Junction Nus 2 will connect with the L k A Rail way for Bwittvville Kv 0tS K Junction NOH 3 and 4 will conned with the O K Rail t way for Cnnnel Citv Ky and way stations EARN STOVE MONEYb- ybuying from your dealer this range at half the price that la 11 oskcdby other thins Our modern method of merchandising en ableR us to make this phenomlnal offer which none of our com peUtora can mteIZS80 buys this hlUJdlOme large DOMESTIC WINNE- RFLANGErJust M shown by cut It li made from polished blue bas Ilx covert one of which ii sectional anbeiton lined cast flue and fUel cup crow draught regi- aun r dnnleo orate IIInch oven cast reservoir end 1NoII MODERN STOVE MFO COWHMNVri ChI eoIII aa i ti LwYtlA ta1 aL