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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 c I i f I r r u M 5t c f 1 JJj t f V i r l SJi50 Cents a Year in Advanc We are here to help Clay Citythe Sorroanding Country iid Ourselves J E Burgher I fuhlisherIVOID f XIII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY n MAY J4 J9QB r o r or 1 i 1A GOOD IIAllTime Resolution Going to save all 1cana and to this end I will I begin by buying at Shimfessels Large select I stock good Qualities everything honeSt deal ings Goods delivered Phone 32 j t Ile SHIMFESSEL I i hJRfLI MFG Lo Winchester Ky We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandos Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts us Your estimates I Prompt Shipments Importance of Advertising Fight the devil with fire Any plansfor the protection of retail merchant and the jobbers and the manufacturers who sell to the re tall trade must co to the very root of the evil must meet the catalog house competition at every point and on their own grounds the advertising field The catalog houses are conduct lug the most comprehensive syste matic and farreaching advertising campaign that was ever planned and they have been at it for years spending dollars where the retail and wholesale merchants have spent cents They have had the business courage to put their mon ey into publicity knowing that they would get it back multiplied a hundred fold They have created the demand for theh goods and ed ucated the people to look upon the mall order business asagreat blessing Whathas been done in an organ ized way to offset this avalanco of mall order journals and catalogs Nothing Some of the local merchants have advertised liberally but a much larger number have utterly failed tok with herocelon The pepplooftendo not know what- thSloaal basin his Store- 4xiItherdo know the wbattbeoajalogShoaeehastosell f always before the eye x- f 1 We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc Send If the retail trade is to hold its groundagainst the competition of the catalog houses they must meet them on the broad field of advertis ing and publicity as well as on field of prices And this must b done through the local press In nearly every town the local pubPuhsr has stood manfully by the interests of the community by refusing to run mail order adver tisements Further he stands ready to prosecute an aggressive campaign against the mall order idea What is necessary is concerted aetlon among the merchants and a liberal use of the local columns to convince the people that they can save money by trading at home A E Rankin State agent Champion Bridge Company who has built the five substantial bridges in this county sold a nice job in Magoffin county this week Johnny the little soir jot Mr and Mrs Jr M Kennon is not improving nicely and Will it is hoped soon be running about a Eats Ttfr ndMrsd C JFlyn hav moved to the place of Mrs Lit- tlepage The latter and Tamil left Sunday for Louisville See our llneof WalkOvers form n yin Oxferiis and Slioes In Tang Blacks and Patent leather Ilerdwlelu + Company t = r Twelve Months Dead Line By order of the Postoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed as seconddass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In complying with this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names and aH subscribers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher DANGEROUSASSAULT Marshal APJohnson Narrowly Es capes berth at the Hands of p Drunken Men in this City Saturday Evening y 0t Aff Marshal fA P Johnson was is supper Satur day eveningner Clay City Spoke offide Dave Edge slip ped up behinSOiim and knocked him in the spokefwhich to ground as ifhp had been shot Johnson was walking along with Claude Alexander and John Young and when he fell to the ground thesejmen are charged with having mped upon John son with fisttyand a peico of plank and beat his head almost into a jelly jVVm Bellis and Dick came up at this time andwith drawl revolverthe men were forcc i= tiup cm their foul treatment of the officer The men fled However a bout that time Juno Walters Jr came upon the scene and some way came into possession of the Marshals pistol and police badge and went and surrendered these to Sheriff J M Kennon who promptly went to the scene and soon overtook Edge and brought him to jail and the next day the other two men together with June Walters Jr who got the officers pistol and badge were arrested and placed in Stanton jail where Edge hind been taken the night before for safe keeping Earlier in the afternoon John son had taken a pistol off of Edge 0but lot him go on 100 bohd for appearance in court later He was in company with these other men and it is supposed they plot ted together to end the officers lifeWhile Mr Johnson is very seriously hurt Dr Smith the at tending physician does not con sider his injuries necessarily fa tal and now expects himto recov er and this is indeed gratifying to his many friends These men will have an exam ining trial at Stanton May 20 at which time it is hoped Mr John son will be able to appear against them The Democratic committee of the Second Congressional district has declared A Stanley the nominee tor Congress with olopposition This nomination is for his fourth term and three nominatede beenpraminenty spokesman fortthe tobacco grow ore There is a bigffrpst scheduled for this date Ma Hind alsoan other big frost forjitfay 29 t J I BIO POWER HOUSE For Clay City If Water will Develop Sufficient Power Michigan Capitalists Back of Project Will Investigate at Once Some Michigan capitalists were hero this week investigating the water power in view of put ting in a mammoth power house and run the same by the water hero They were very favorably impressed with the outlook and the conditions in general They were imformed of the proposition of the Kentucky Union Company to furnish the lease rights for water for five years free Every thing looks good up to this but they say they are afraid the vol ume of water in dry seasons will be too small to generate the re quired power However they will measure up the stream in a few days when they return ond calculate the exact capacity of ehestream They left here Tugs day evening and went to Millers burg where they will likely put in a small local lighting plant laterIf the project goes through the company will furnish electricity for power Jight and heat and will transmit same to Mt Sterl ing and Winchester With wat er as the original motive power these gentlemen say that elec tricity can be furnished for eith er of the three purposes mention ed much cheaper than it can be furnished from any other source II This is a chance of a life time it seems to us and every citizen of Clay City should certainly lend an encouraging hand to get the enterprise on foot SchoolCommencement The third annual commencement of the Stanton High School will be held at the Court House in Stanton Monday May 18 An excellent program is being arranged for the occasion Music will be furnished by the wellknown Sax tons Orchestra of Lexington The following intelligent young people will receive diplomas Mary Lyle Nellie Ewen Helen Welch Fanny Hanks Nora West Helen French Myrtice Clark Lena Byrne Etta Faulkner and Roy den Faulkner The school has been a success in every particular under the management of Mrs Russell as Principal assisted by Misses Mary Dutton Lina Moses and Mollie Johnson Baccalaureate sermon will be preached at the Christian Church Sunday night May 17 by the Rev Hutchison of Pittsburg Pa The annualalumnae banquet will beheld at the I 0 0 F Lodge room in Stanton Monday night May 18 Saxtons orchestra will furnish mu sic also for this occasion State Committee Meeting The Democratic State Execu tive 35mmittee will meet in Frankfort next Tuesday and fix time and place for holding the Democratic State Convention to select delegates to attend the Na tional Convention The time and manner of selecting district dele gates will also be provided for nt this meeting Our Spring Stock is now ready for your inspection We have the Largest and most complete Stock to be seen in the county It will pay you to see us before making a pur chase elsewhere Hardwick R Co An Inspection- Of Our Artistic Creations in Millinery is requested We would be pleased to be fa vored with your presence at OUR Opening Display IIFRIDAY and SATURDAY April 10and 11 1908 i IMrsW N Bush I ICLAY CITY KY I THE TIMES PUDLISIIED EVERY THUB8DAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday May 14 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 101 1 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 76 c Home and Farm 76 ANNOUNCEnENTS For Congress We arc authorized to announce A FLOYD BYRD as a candidate for Congress from the rcnth Congressional District subject to the Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce Ones KWKN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce Joni P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Where is the Difference This Gunness affair at Laporte Indj is a great deal worse than all the crimes perpetrated in Eastern Kentucky Breathitt county included in the past sev oral years Still it will receive no additional notoriety because it isin Indiana and it is right that it should not but if half such a grewsome find should occur iu Eastern Kentucky the natural character of the jl Would be implied as the cause and great prejudice of the pub lie engendered against the people of this part of the State Powell county is not in the ma ligned belt but we have all a long noticed the unjustness done to our neighbors and we have also noticed the principle back of the feuds and it is never an act to wring money from any one but originates from wrong or fan cied wrong done to some of the participants which in a measure honestly looks excusable to both sides But suck murderers as in the Gunnesa affairs and most others perpetrated in the Norh are for the sole purpose of robbing the victims which can have no shad ow of excuse If the population of Eastern Kentucky as a class are held responsible for the feuds that occur the people of Indian a should be held to a like responsi bility for such murders and robbing as has taken place in the Gunness affair In both instances it is unjust to hold the mass of people to ac count for what a few may have done but it is far more unfair to the people of Eastern Kentucky than to the Indiana people tak ing every surrounding circumstance into reasonable considera i tHIn J Government Intervention When the paper trust wasor ganizedand all the mills seta certain and same price there were no soldiers sent about their mills to intimidate them tins r keep them from carrying then compact into effect IIIthe sugar trust was organized fora like purpose no soldiers interfer ed when the oil trust steel ix trustfarming implement trust machine trust and even r the con temptible tobacco trust wore formed ho ode heard of the interference of soldiers But when the farmers band together under the name Society of Equity to combat with these iniquitous rob bers their plans must bo thwart ed by the presence of soldiers scattered all through the country under secret orders Such conditions are shameful and will soon become unbearable with the farming and laboring people Capitalists have ruled this country long enough and it is now time that the real producers of all wealth in the land should have at least an equal showing with them without government interference and the presence of soldiers especially in the most peacefuland orderly section of the commonwealth These soldiers should be sent to those cities and they are in this country where the price of a mans life is ten dollars if ho happens to have that amount of cash on his persona Good Work for Soldiers We sometimes get ashamedof the newspaper business when we learn of so many false reports being daily published in them and see so many true reports which reflects on prominent men not published Saturdays pa pers reported from Madison county that in a night rider raid a citizen had instantly killed two negroes and wounded a prominent white farmer who amon other riders had attempted to make this man scrape his tobac co bed Gov Willsons soldiers were at once dispatched there and after- a thorough investigation reported that no such trouble had oc curred and that the report was without any foundation what everThis is one good act the sol diers have done They have run one he down Now if they will chase the liar in the case down and deal with him as a night rid er and keep this up all over the State they will do a good deedr and in the end all good people will rise up and bless Governor Willsun and his soldiers ShouldStudy Further The Governor of this great Commonwealth says that Ken tucky farmers often get mori out of one crop of tobacco than their farm is worth By this as sertion we must presume that he intimates that the farmers are already getting too much for their tobacco The Governor should study well the condition of Hiram Hed ges who was recently killed by night riders Mr ledges had been a worker in the tobacco for twenty years and wife children worked in the same field with him and when he was killed he did not have enough money to buy his children shoes and clothes and the entire outfit of furniture in his house w Uldnot sell for fifty dollars From whatcan learn af Marshal Johnson had have diedd from his injuries Saturday night there would haVE been a lynch lug in Powell county Tins same spirit was demonstrated when Dr Irvin was stabbed a few 0rRear We have the best people in thi world In Clay Oity but they seem to be of such a fraction s temperment when such serious propositions come up to the that we fearthey might do things they possibly shouldnt do There is businessahead T for Clay OityvQnd if purjebple were only properly harnessed together and vouldmakei1Jcontinuous strong steady unanitnoils pull before l609 our effort would be certainly rewarded with sorm worthy enterprise of prosperity Getting organized for action however is ninetenths of thee struggle and just hero is where we are liable to fall down as we have always done before Sfenator Benjamin Sowell in his of Join W Langley ntWinchesterliist week in speaking of his running ability said he Langley could out run Jesus Christ if ho were here Such language will make any Christian shudder with awe and proves time weakness and un reverential heart of the speaker Any person wlip would dare make such a statement should be black listed in all JKrlstendom It seems thata great deal more evidence can be gotten ag lins the soldiers for lawlessness than they the soldiers can obtain a gainst the night riders Better now have the nightriders regulate the soldiers so they in turn may be fit to regulate the night riders again An exchange says theTaft men and the Fairbanks men are making lotsofnoisebut whats the use Its going to be the ovoragaingthought it was Parker and Roose velt and Bryan and ldcKinley It was hoped by Powers and Howard that Gbv Willson could remain in Frankfort lopg enough to complete thorpco M0 their cases so they coiild PSfcee but they missedJ He was taken a way the day he was to make the decision This time on real bus inessTalk aboutorequest for the soldiers now parading over the rich agricultural portions of Ken tuckyWhy wouldnt the Amer ican Tobacco trust ask for them under present conditions Mountain udistsseem only fit to patrol the Bluegrass rural districts as soldiers qnd form a peaceful army to petition the Legislature in contest cases Bradley has verifiedthe truth fulness of the old saymgempty wagons rattle loudest Since the era of local conven tions has past Spring lever leas set injn earnest 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at thatscieneedhas been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fray ternity Catarrh being a const u tional disease requires a constitutional treatment HallV Catarrt Cure is takenjnternally acting dl rectly upon the blood and jnucoui surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the dfc eapc and givingthe pntiestrength- by uJidintpthecconstitution and assisting nature ill doing its work The proprietors bave so much faith iii Its curatilie aers that they difer OneHundredDolt- mars for any case that it falls to cure7 jSehd for list of tc Umohi ale Addrees i i ifrC IENBY COToledQf0J Sold by4d ggists 15 Take Halla IFumilj Pitlsffor c6n stipationi oiilSMt t j t LY w0 DONT OVER 4 J HT1rT rt c l r 11 J L1 1yyr LOOK THIS H J It Did you ever laugh while grandmother l hunts for the spectacles thatlfeitv f on her nose J vS 3 Do you always make the most of every opportunityWhile for helpful mniy saving a opportunities one may tie overlook ing the very things looked for the lsame as grandmother overlooked hery4spectacles iJWe out iare closing f w m s Short Lengths and Oddly X ti u 4t l 1jI and Ends DRESS GOODS G A foItit h at very speoial reduotions Moneyshysaving opportunities dont last long nr Take good care that you dont over look this timely one I t Mrs J W Wlllam yitvf+ ijt 2 t t I CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 1 I The Whitest White Cake s tfI i ti The Lightest Light Rolls ftf Es And Flakiest Biscuit i tJ jrAre Mntlo Vhon T ottTJuo Pearl and Bakers Pride Hoi iX L Take no MANUFACTUREDSold by our LeadingMerrhantew l7 Jfc The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds arid Sold under pos I Yourmoneyreturned1flteydose and witb t- 0I1t vomiting Always have a on may save your childs We Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle liFOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS itf THE tlESSMER MEDICINE COMPANY Stfo PrciKS FWkiy OMt m To Subscrbers Remember that the new postal laws which took effect Jan 1st pus itively prohibits UB from feaUing the Times tosubscriber who are 12 Jrnontl9or more behind on sub eeription This forces us to canlt some good names each week which we very much dislike to do b two must obey the law Ifyou aw cntff dont blamq the publisher i PleaFc rinew and notmiea an isBue llldenThoul1ndsticksliRi iitInpruwed i yt1 j 7 t c i oti H r i jl TKEES v FRUIT fiORNAnENT Everything fordOrcliardLawnand Garden Our SrawberryPlants are Meitay Makers Try them i Yrltelfor- FREEtCataiogue Wu 1havcno tlgentssec wl HF 4Iilleiirrie eri3oiLE- XINOTOr iimr 1f ys 1 1iJ Xl 1- zc n O i 1 r k r 1rTHE TIMESl 11 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER J T W THURSDAY May 14 1008 J LOCAL BREVITIES vi DRINK WAINSCOTS POP + Sir ft VvJ F Harris of Irvine was in vthe city Tuesday 1 v Rice Sarah Eaton of Oincinna 1 ti is visiting relatives in the pri city i Mrs M Rose visited relatives near Winchester a few days this ty week 3i This beautiful weather is fine pc for fishing but better for corn ti planting 4 v A P Arthur of near Stanton tLr was transacting business in the1 t city Friday ar Mrs Luther Loving visited friends in Lexington Tuesday and Wednesday 4 We handle all the latest Butter ibk Patterns at 10 and 15 cents Mrs J W Williams fi Judge G T Centers of Oamp was transacting business in 1the city Tuesday George Powell has been sere ingas Police since Marshal John son was injured Ono advantage Fairbanks has over Taft he doesnt part his hair in the middle Dr Martin reports the birth of a daughter to the wife of Will S w White Monday May 11 if MrB J B Hull Lexington visited her cousin Mrs Ohas i1 Groveia few days this week r Y QualityI1 That winter breaks with EasI ter didnt hold good this year J Blackberry winter had to come 1 in Mr A T Whitt visited her parents Dr awl Mrs Blair at iMorehead from Friday till Mont dayf Bud Bailey a former resident i of this city has sold out at Win 4 L chester and moved to Hamilton Ohio 54Born to Air and Mrs Wayue Tiptorij formerly of this city but i J1owof Stanton Thursday May 7 daughter1 Win Morton Si Company mer k chants at Slade have made an assignment to George Faulkner t nlsbof Blade r James and John Johnson of North Middletown Ky were t here Tuesday to see their broth i er Marshal A PJohnson J Tom Mountz went over the dam Sunday in a canoe without any injury His paddle brokew tiiduiohad no means of escape it rOB Dickson a former dentist of this city has moved jtil from Jackson where helms been located for the past six years to It u iLatonia Ky The AntiSpitting Crusade WEvelbodyshould help stop the by sending a t twocent stamp today for our at 11d tractive unique hanger card which warns against spitting nuisances will take notice of this card it J fhf and oncoeeenneverforgottenAd j dreeaPominocarda Co 1807 0hou r rl StiLoiitsMo a if j A r y- V r 7 t t Ar rlr I L = r i t r LL r It is seldom necessary to re prove the self made man for I uik of reverence to his maker To all who will pay upnllar rearpges and one year in advance we will send the Southern Agricul turlst free for one year Hyou want it dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist Is one of the best farm papers published The blackberrybloom is pret ty lieavy this year und this crop is quite an important one and one that rarely fails to produce an abundance dl fruit in this part of the State The Powell County Teachers Institute will convene at Stan ton Monday July 20thconducted by A S McKenzie of the Ken tucky University Every teach er in the county is required to attend the institute to retain their certificates Republicans of the 23rd judi cial district will hold a primary election June 20 to select candi dates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney The es timated cost of this election is 700 which must be equally paid by the candidates for the two of fices Valued Same as Gold B G Stewart a merchant 6f Cedar View Miss says I tell my customers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Coa store 25c Judge Stout instructed the grand jury at Georgetown to in dict the officials who had sent the soldiers to Scott county The Governor he said had not been requested by either him or the County Judge to send sol diers and as this had not been done it was an indictable offense to send the troops there Death of Aunt Kitty Qravett Aunt Kitty Gravett died at the home of Melvin Gravett on Hardwicks creek Saturday May 0 aged 07 years Burial Sunday- at the home place Mrs Grav ett was the widow of Georgia Gravett who died fifteen years ago Messrs Allen Gravett Bud Gravett Melvin Gravett and Mrs P Azbill of Iowa are sur viving children of deceased In Mason county a number of tobacco barns have been burned in the last few weeks presuma ble all by night riders The officers got on a trail and found that n negro had been burning them und confessed to having burned five The night riders of course are still credited with the burn ings when itshQuldbeaspr- omptlycbarged off as the cred it was given It Reached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at OmegaOJ andis president of the Adams County Telephone Co as well as of the Home Telephone Co of Pike County iO j says of Dr Kings New Discovery ult saved my life once At least I think itdid It seemed to reach the spot the very aeat of myoughwhen everything else failed Dr Kings New Discov orY not only roaobes the cough spot It healsthesore spots and howeak in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Coe store 60c aand1- Trial bottle free Let J P Maiippin fixithat cloak or watch for you Charges reason abio and jfeatisfaoiion alwysY + r ici opreports to this ofce having found the missing link i of the human race so long sought for It materialized in the shape of two robust ablebodied boys loafingaround town while their mother at home had to chop wood to cook their meals If this is not it please tell us what this man has found and how would it be classified properly A Cillfornians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve writes Charles P Budabn of Tracy California Two 2c boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treat ment Sold under guarantee at SwannDaLumber Cos store TlredIn Clark County While Winchester feels some pride at being the hub of the wheel of the Blue Grass counties her citizens are growing tired of Winchester being made the dumping ground for Willsons soldiers There was a bunch of them here several days last week and in the bunch were three or four negro troopers There has been no disorder in this county except such as has been created by these soldiers by shooting in to school houses and threatening citizens who live near the high way and no request had been made by any of the civil author ities for soldiers to be sent here and the soldiers have not report ed to any civil authority This is all in violation of the Constitu tion of the State but it is in keeping with the Republican idea of GovernmentWinchesterD- emocrat The Worlds Best Climate is not entirely free from disease on the high tlovations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less extent according to altitude To 0 vercome climate affections lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fev er and ague and general debility the most effective remedy is Elec trio BItttre the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for eVe ery form of bodily weakness nerv ousness and insomnia Sold un der guarantee at SwannDay Lum ber COB store Price Soc i B F BERRY Undertaker a Keeps 0 Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu t gist Robes and Suits Also can furnish Home Mode Cot fins to Order on Short Notice I When Desired i iWest Bend Ky s oooSSoooaoooo ooo mam+ i JPriAUPPIN i Watchmaker l XndJeweler Watch and Clock iAIIKlndSOfoa5kortNotJce and Terras SATISFAC aUARAmiBED Une of 11ION Spectacles Calf and see me In the Red River Hotel Bull Uac 1 CLAVCITY 11 v KENTUCKY +++ ++ + I + ++++++++ + + i fi t k a THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK 1CLAY OITY KENTUCKY IiII M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier TrtnuAs any buaneu conoflent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corporation Firms and Individual Solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits IITo0ur Eastern Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forget to call on the WINCHESTER DRUG CO FOR Drugs Stationery Paints Oils and Fishing Tackle A new line of Post Cards received every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies CI Premo Cameras II Columbia Graphophonee and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main Broadway flail Orders Solicited Q Q HUSS and D C DUNIQAN Props We are Now ReadyF- or the Fall Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is said four Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INOOKPOHATIO Clay City Ky ++ 1 + I I ft 11 1111 IIF II 11111 II I tINSU E WITH i F A LYON SON it- ot The Leading Insurance Agents i i Eustern1 entuokyOver 200000000 t I Represented one who knows anything about insurance know i1 they areleadereinlthialine ++ ++ + + + + + +1+01 01 + +++ t + f i Lr Now is the time to screen your doors and Windows and be rid of the pestiferous fles now begin ning to appear It is a sanitary actanyway PROFESSIONAL CARDS raw WWrMN VNMM WWr4rMM1uWNMAJ4 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND8URQEON CLAY CITY K- YHows Your Liver It will pay you to take good care of your liver because if you do your liver will take good care of you Sick liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that I- sBedfords BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful vegetable remedy has been the standby in thousands of homes and Is today the favorite liver medicine In the world It acts gently on the liver and kid neys and does not irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves con gestlon and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the body In perfect health Price 25c at all druggists and dealersTest It THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Croup and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25o 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfect Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortcs Pneumonia In six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight In gold Criminal to be without It Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLICE INCANDESCENTWIRE JI CASTER k Convex bottomfits allstoves Jft Jr catches the crumbs Qssf + he fifth slice or hen or Coffee Pot tt Toasts 1 In two minutes The wire cone urows the heat of a t bed of coals j Sate by Dealers UKINSLLlwactlr r AIm ArIMr Michigan t 4i V ra Xeha Several from this place attended court nt Stanton Monday W D Crow of Lombard was in thlspart last week buying tattle R L Shimfessel of Hardwicks Creek was in this section buying cattle last week A large orowd attendedchurch at Rogers Chapel Sunday Dr Rog ers delivered an interesting sermon and after meeting the singing class met at J B Rogers and enjoyed the evening with good music and singingF Powell and family enter tained a number of friends Sunday evening A few we will here mention Messrs Bedford Welch Farmer Frisby Thos Conlee Jr Sherman Kirkpatrick of North Bend and Henry Morton of Ros slyn Red Top SPOUT SPRING Elder George W McIntosh was in Irvine Monday on busi nessT S McKinney and George Ware were in Winchester Mon day on n business mission Farmers are unusually busy here on account of the prevail ing pretty weather They are greatly behind caused by the continued wet und cold weather What corn was planted before the cold rains however is coming up nicely- MrsBarbeo Snowden died at the home of her father Zeko Conner near lire Sunday aged twentyeight years after a long spell of sickness Burial at the Salem graveyard Monday by the side f her only child which died some time last fall To the ninny loving friend- tsho so kindly ministered to the wants and comfort of our dea daughter Mrs Barbee Snowden during her recent sickness and death we extend our sincereet t thanks Zeke Conner i Kimbrell t v Johnson Harris visited frieiids at Fox InstSfiiturdny and Sunday Mrs John Harris visited rela tives at Oluy city the first of the week Mrs Thos Curtis is here this week visiting her sister Mrs Ann Patrick IThero will be preaching at Chapel next Sunday morning and Sunday night Miss Florence Wood of Lexington is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 M Wood this weekDaniel Blanton of Hamilton Ohio was here this week Ho has bought the interest of his neice Mrs Charles Jones in his fathers farm here for 27250 Married Wednesday of last week at the residence of the brides cousin Morris Larison by Justice E N King Miss Maud Larison to Logan C King both of this place A national issus club was or ganized at Jacksons Chapel last Saturday with Eld J H Johnson Chairman Eld G W McIntosh Vice Ohairnlan W G Patrick Secretary and Joseph lsby treas urer Next meeting will be held thoiourthSaturday clock pmu Everybody invited WestBend Sydney White Called ojphis bestgirl Sunday a 4 b H o Sunday scholtB ptogresfhg nicely at this place Miss Moittje JBorry visited at Winchester Ia tvwseek Mrs I N Berry was shopping in WinchestervMbhday Mrs GNVpyry visited Mrs John Rice oneldiay last week Miss RacelhuEyerman visited Miss Carrie White last Sunday Thos Roundtree visited friends at Clay OitySunday and Monday Mr J 0 Eyorman returned home from Urbtina Ill last Saturday v- L Mrs Mari n White L and Mrs Jennie Evermlft health is much better fV Mrs PattieAWtiro was the guest of MrsS D Everman Saturday night fe +t Miss Minnin aiid Bennie Hiid son were in Winchester one day last week on business Misses Agnes Roberts and Nancy Berry visiteflMrs Ella Round tree one day last week Miss Minnie Hudson attended the funeral of her uncle Joab Morton last wedk at Stanton Misses DI nch RoundtreelSil lie Berry Agnes Roberts visited Miss Nancy Berry last Sunday Mrs Lucy Roundtree and little daughter Grade spent the day with MrsLeora Berry one day last week c The publisher is indeed glad to see so manybf our correspon dents with us again this week Correspondence life for any local paper and isa feature often neglected NptIceto Trespassers AII peieonsar J I f notlfietl that all hunting anc trejpassinKie whoswilL prosecute to extent of the nor vice BJB HUTHON E NOTICE- DComnionweulth Kontuckyvs Jus Martin Powell county The Defendant Jus Martin will make application to tho Boardof Prison Cmuiniasioners at Frankfort Ky tosbe paroled front the penitentiary under hidgruont ofthe Powell Cir pit Court ut its Nix mb r term J007 This may 14p8 ts Martin House and LotAiforSale iHouse Western portion of Clay Gi y J good outbuildings and lots jjjnnted in fruit trees grape vine nidJ8trawberries Also 8 head of hogs C Mrs ManiiyItyyn Clay City Ky A r i s I 818Euclld AVe d Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Colin Kbbccco Smith tic Plaint iff I- iIettion Pefindnnt J EquityBy and order of pale of the Powell Circuit Court ren derednt time March Torin lC08 thereof in the above cause the undersign ed will on the 1st day of June 1008 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout Iitnt Court Dny will proceed to utter for salt at Public Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six uionlhs at Court House door in Sinn ton y- Our property mentioned in the jndf ment towit On the wntcrs of Hed river in Powell county Ky beginning at n stake with the Apperson line c r ner on the To Williams and A 1atton surveys thence with the Appciami line S88 E 100 80100 poles to u stake at the foot of a hill froth which bears a double white oak N i W18links thence with line of fence S16 W 19 34100 poles oS 27 12 E13 CO100 poles from bears a 2 hickory N 48 31 E 2 12 links SOI W 13 2 1100 poles S 17 W14 poles S10 E 1028100 poles S 2712 8 27100 poles S1i2 12 W 11 polesSpoles W 45 22100 poles earner with the Edgar Neal survey S OS 11 W 18 40100 poles to a stake in corner in the Edgnr Neal and Green Flinchnm Riir vey N 21 34 K 21081001toes to a Btukeat a fence 08130 thenceNginning containing 310 acres Also the following tract of land on Aquilla brunch a tributary to Hed liver and theabove ranted tract and beginning at a stake on top of hill running Northeast to a stake hollow to dogwood pointer thence about 012 feet down tho hollow to n stake thence a straight line to the beginning and supposed to be 5 acres more or less or su ilclnt thereof to produce so ordered to be Tho purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for tho payment of tho purchase money to UtpllvlnBondday of sale according to law Ilidtlers will bl prepared to comply with these tortns A lien will bl re tained on the land sold till all the pur pnld1I0ndUOlnmI8slonr- ltOMULUS JACKSON Master Comr Powell Circuit Court Iththe fLL i u We have Fuccdthe dchdIII Kuch Grapo Juice for uy yews l ut we bali vct jysar I Trodllcth iha crown cf necionNubelh Crane Juice st nl s fr pro gres ion Better each year unproved l y the wisdouT cf e u h years experience in cartfcl praisui aid t dweiopiagsrauulh Grape Juice nOt BOIJ ort Jj vc this a little Letter that ever before In color a beautiful drip red flavor tlut of the Concot J Ofipc token from he cluster in Octolcr The delicious sweetness is due to the supericrqualityoflyalotll Concord Craps Every to jwith the National Pure Food InvJiOratInTHE NABOTH VINEYARDS Drocton New York DIP AND X DISINFECTANT THRIFTY LIVE STOCK Tb n mfotaiA ownion web the lama udt Mock Hwrr to- Iowo undue lit moil bed pork Of mulioo will 1M auUi TAe Mr umrtt U diek niMt Uan ho ewe 4t Ny eav3eaadednu ii pmofullcrnrMuJpowiTtinKb ode emnaon y u diP ud mr if is a dilaiooj LubJhlwttClp lrayllwulmtyogmenllvoudawtajw- sees 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