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title: 'The Clay City times. (Clay City, Ky.) 1901-current, June 15, 1916, Image 2',
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Almost a nervous wreck wasL
A Democratic Newspaper
Eighteen Years Old
The' Best Weekly in this Section.
M. P. O'Mara
Entered us second-class mail mat
ter at the Post Omce at Clay City,
lvy under the Act of Congress of
fnrch 3, 1870.
A HOME-MADE PAPEfe.
THURSDAY JUNE. 15, 1910
We nre authorized to' nnnouuco
G. V, GOUKLEY
'of Beattyvillet Leo County, Ky.,
jirf n enndidate for Judge of the Court of
Anpenls for the Seventh Appose Dis
trict of Kentucky, subject to the action
of the Ucpubliciin party at the primary
election to be held August 5, 1010.
We are authorized to announce
of Pike county, as a candidate for
.Ii)dge of the Court of Appeals for the
Seventh District of Kentucky, subject
tuaotion of tht ltepublican party at
the primary, August 6th, 1010.
We are authorized to announce
SIMEON 3. WILLIS '
of-Boyd county, as 'a 'candidate for
Judge of ho Court of Appeals in thu
Seventh Appellate District, subject to
the vote of the Republicans in the
primary, 8aturdny, August 5, 1010.
' We are authorized to announce - ,
II . C. 'FAULKNER
of Perry County, as a ca'ndidntcjfor
Judge, of tho Court of Appeals In the
Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky
subject, to thp action of the Republican
party at the Primary Election 'to be
held Aug, 6th, 1016. '
Tlio crowd at tho Progressive
convention at Chicago last week
howled for an hour nnd thirty
threq minutes when Roosevelt's
name vyus mentioned. But they
will htowl" four years' if by chance
he shojUd '.ever get elected Presi
A Republican writer who at
tended the conventions at Chica
go said that the only sentiment
he could find in the-meeting was
that the Republicans should be
elecjted(into power, no mutter y
what means it was accomplished.
W'V.ty' Pj.' means they should.
They need some pie? and to ob-
tain i they must havei ollices,
sines Jty-esident Wilson estab
lished,' the., precedent that it man
must be qualified for a job be
fore, Ue cau get it. In the, old
days under a Republican admin-,
is t ration a good party man could
get a fut job, no matter what his
qualifications, but Mr. Wilson
was the man who demanded that
a man have some ability for the
work''hla office before he draw
a sald'ry frbm the people. Mint's
onereasn'n why the Republicans
would" lik'e'to"get back Into powi
' 1. . i-i
ivir. oiacKDUin, orrucnm
He now has splendid health
UI can safely say that, before
taking Tutiliic I was nlnibsf a
nervous wreck," sa,id..ilr. John
Blackburn, 105 Center street,
My nervousness "was utidmiUt-
to be converted, into b6od, bone
and Triuscle. 4.$ '-'
It. overcomes, it islaid, that
great, exciting "au's&.jtf .disease,
Weakness. l'rndet. the body
vigorous ntTd eTa'sll&Jt. 'keeps
edly caused .by-Btomach trouble, the tnjnjd cloa'r.hlilJfjijnJfrget
Since taking Tanlac L never felt i throws ofr thosyiiiptsKs a
better in iriy life." . ousnessandaK'digeitiJLlt
Tanlac is it. -tonic which aids
digestion, promotes healthy re
freshing sleep and strngthens
There is hardly n portion of
the body that is not benefited
by the helpful action of Tanlac,
which begins its work bv stimu
lating tho digestive and assimi
lative organs, thereby enriching
the blood and invigorating the
Next, it enables n weak, worn
out stomach lo thoroughly digest,
its food, permitting the assimila
tion of tho nourishing nrodttcts
up the copst.lt utfou'lSj H down by
disease and mental and physical
overwork, quickens! 'couvules
ce.nce and is ati unfa
of comfort to $11 sti
such trouble. ..
Tanlac is beiugs
duced jn. Clay Qity.;
McUuireV. .. '
Tanlac niuy. be attained in
Stanton a t Uurdmlfe; & (Jo. :
been used for n dumping ground
for all the filth and rubbish that
had to be disposed of, and this
was not buried but merely thrown
on top of the ground to become
an eyesore and a menace to the
health of, the community. We
are sure that the.. Town Board
juid the citizens generally will be
glad to help the company keep
their property ,m a inoresumtary
JValking downi the street -one day, a
minister encountered a group of hoys
who appeared to bo arguing-about a
dog. thot one, them was holding, lie.
asked what was the matter.
One of the boys replied, that the fal
low who" told tho biggest lie was to
have. tho dog, but they, couldn't de-
cido vvho had told the biggest.
'"My dear bojs," .spoke the minister
very gravely, "don't you knows that it
is very wrong to.tell lies? Why, when
I was a boy I never told a lie."
"Hbre, take the dog I" said tho boy
who was holding It.
Bowen, Diiy '& -Kum;
Hilfj- Gin ter Bros.;Porreiitj J,.
TaylorkI)ii.v ; IriTWjEvine Drug
Co. ; Genet, Gen'Mjfeish Store,.;
Tho follownigmr was re
ceived" a few ilaysfMfpj.froni Prif
Sleeth, who for,EOiei)ne was, i
teacher at SfautoujlOojlege, niid
who hussipcec-leviHhero. frent,
in toUchuvitlf thecounty bv
uj'5 The, TmieB.
My DeanSi,r;t W
I nojice, in 'yiiurpapntliaf;
the war lias raised! th price of
materials Used iirtho bublicatipn
of a newspaper utit'll It" Ys no
longer profitable.;to;i;i ;a, ptibli-
Report of the Condition of The
Powell County Deposit
doing business at the town of gtanton,
County of Powell, State vof Kentucky,
at the close of business on llrnt day of
Loans and Discounts . .
Overdrafts, 'secured and
unsecured "v' -f 1 . ,
Stocks, Bonds and other Se
curities, ' . . ' ,
Due from Banks,' . .
Cash on hand, . . .
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures .
cation on tho "free grulis" basis,
and your request fii ''readers in
arroars . to iconic , acr'osis'' .Hag
Capital Stock paid in, in cash I 15,000.00
Surplus Fund, . . 8,000.00
Undivided Profits, less expen
ses and taxes, paid, . 5:35.00
DepostUsubiect to check, , 60,618 07
Bill payable ', , .. . -6,000.00
f Kentucky, 1
of Powell,' J001,
Tho'rajlrdad company hm.ah-J
iiuunveu ineir inieniiou oi Keep
inUrjil7t( of, way' lliroiHtk';
tovrticieHned.up and in a saalttil.
ry;bondjtlon, which is a vorjuf a,ler V and Cashier of
Iuailif6(e 'iiTm andoe lljut wflTlviH Ia twlHHly
John W, WUllaws
luSdifrfe iiTm and oi tljut
iilW. f To do this Iiowev
neceBiii'ror for the people
('i'liptratB'lp a certain extent.
to iterate to a certain extent
for a loHg time the nilroad
pratwty in the eastern (lulfnf
Twnpfowiird the bridge, ban
and E. II.
that thol&4vv siiBiont la true to the
twi oi out KmMVwgi aim iMitei.
! fJohB', WlJllp'Tre4i
I E. II, Fuller, Cashier. 4
t Subcrfbd and swwh to bo fore mu
thi 9th dy of June; IMS. i
0. N, Crowe,
CWi fw Clwlt, Oswrt ,
ByM.K. Ljto, D.O.
touched a, sympathetic,:' fchord,. ul
my heart, hence. yuijf will lh)d
euclofed fifty cenjs for ivhicli
please continue-. ,to ishfl ine
your vtilued "sheet. 4 am ve.ry-i
tnufcli interested in the prugresd'!
tbat Pow'ell ia making, jjarticulul;
ly in the matter of .improving' "tlitf;
ronda. Good toads Ure'vUie1
vation of any county add With
out such the case is Veil nigh
hopeless. (Sood, ronda are, vyaJu
able in that tIiey.ier;tiinga''iuV;
and also let thiugSvViu&aud that
Is all. that nlakes bp8iue8 Jitsep,
up the gtiod work and before
loug Powell county will forge to
the front rifid tike Nuk with
oilier couhtles which. Hfe 'U IftilW
more favorably eituutetih regurd
to topography and 'co'mnierya.
There are natural resoUrdea jon'
and in Powell county liflls and
valleys and they wlHbe;deyelop.,
ed when trtinsportatiouti'iiilltie
nre improved. .
Very truly youra,
(Formerly df Staaton'Oole;je)
Goes to Tko Pen. '
After, two years sojwjni i1h
Clark county jilil, ?lnce WsV1
inr enrapjicny in tue K humk o,
Ed Callanan, Fletcher
vv88. taken to Frankfort
aays ng io ipeiio; t,Ue t
of his days WliHk"fJ
IJaMtou's mv waa titrH
py tii aaprwHia uwrl i
away ih ,in iwiio4
maaaste ansi his xm
th refwrmatory to Iw fm
M -, '
AReaP Autombbilel 3 -l
Fire Passenger equipped with Serf-
v Starter and electric lighting system.
' 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1756 poinds.
F. 0. B. Factory,
f Seven Passenger Bahy Grand '
. . Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. 0. B. Factory, $750.00 "
. E. H. FULLER;
. .Agent For Powell County,
, Iffyoa're anxious to add tbyouLsavmgs
v Ybur JARN1NGS' are not so important:
It's SAYINGS, that malfe for success.
...J . '
iay City National Bank
PAYS 3 PER OENT INTEREST
x STANTON, KY.
Students Admitted art. Any time
One of the ,Best Schools in Kentucky
Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science,
n t-i : i r- d. l . -ii 1. .t
tli Term. 114
By paytHg part of their Expwnw in ,Wotk. SMtdtt ; may ge
Kates at the Lprnwtery a low as $.3o pe AYk. ; . ;
rt(K, IaforwalWw Vrite Jo
Rev. J. t nley President,
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