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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e 0 0 e j i- z f X t r1- 7 i H i c AF s Jts cc4Mrwir IrtLxSt- v rA1 + nrc y w viINiMYYw o Sf t X50 Cents a Yearin Advance We are here to help Clay tUrfp Snrronnding Coniiiry and Ourselves l JB Burgher 1 rnbliShrIVOL XIIL CLAY CITY JOWOTURSDAY MAY 21 J908 tF I O J 1 i t + 1 A FOODt i r I All lime ResolutIoni I Going to save all I can 1 and to this end i will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large select StockgoodQualities everything hone 1 deal rsings Goods delivered Phone 3 2 ItIe SHIMFESSEL I f g IJI f 1Jd1I btrAty W- r o Winchester Wv i We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc StoreFronts ttttttltst us estimates I Prompt Shipments Boys Rude Acts Sunday afternoon several thoughtless boys in the park ran into some of the flowers and shrubbery and greatly damaged it The railroad company is in deed very kind to open this place for the enjoyment of the public and it is a shame that the prop erty should be in any way The park has been locked by the officials to give it an op portunity to recover its beauty In the mean time a strong effort is being made to apprehend who did the damage and if fonnd out the boys will be arrested and f lined Stingy lien An exchange tells of the three men on record The first will not drink water unless it comes from a neighbors well I the second forbids his family to write anything but a small hand aa it wastes ink to make large letters the third stopped the clock at night to save wear and tear on the machinery Allof thorn re fused to take a newspaper on the that itisa terrible strain J theirspectaolestoreadSee tin Oxfords and Shoes In Tans Blacks and Patent Leather 4 Hardwfck A Oc Renew Ydursubscrlptrontodaq PE 7i J 7 We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc VV Send Your damaged stingiest versfor- jnen Company Kentuckys Wealth The State Board of Equaliza tion has completed its labors and despite the hard times and the depreciated value of both real and personal property in the State the Board has raised prop erty valutions so as to make near ly 200000 more taxes this year than last The total value of all property in the State equalized for taxation is 748045772 Last yea it was 717065102 The total amount of tax to collect this year is 3740228 80 which is by far the largest amount of tax over collected in this State 0 The telephone war between the East Tennessee Telephone Com pany and the Harrodsburg City Council resulted in the town be ing thrown without telephone service A franchise with rates named by the council wall bo sold soon Congressman John W Langley has secured the passage through the Senate a billforlioldingFed- oral courts at Jackson preachatthesay night Earl rodIrvine is visit ingJiis UnolOjProf PyfOamp bell 1 r F M- f tWelve Months Bead Line By order blhe Postoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailedas secondclass 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 all subscribers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself fr6munder the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher STATE CONVENTION Called to Meetfa Lexington June u to Select i elagates to National Convention The Democratic State Execu tive Committed called a conven tion at Lexington June 11 to choose delegates to the National Convention r Delegates to the State Convention will be chosen in mass conventions June G Lexington was chenfie thoconven- tionrcit jq G1jvote of 7 to 0 o ver ui LoUlsvill and Win chester also extended bids for the convention i Bryan was dorsed for President by a unanimous vote of the committee Y Following is the official callBy orderofJ be Democratic State Executive Committee of Kentucky a Democratic State Convention is called to meet1a tl e city of Lexing tOn day of June nnTburaa1th appointing Inc Demo cratic Convention which will assem ble in the city of Denver on July 7 1908 b nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the United States The Democrats of each county and where a county embraces more than one legislative district of each legislative district will assem ble in massconvention in their respective county seats and dis tricts as aforesaid on Saturday June 6 1908at the hour of 2 p m on said day and appoint dele gates to represent the said counties and districts respectively in the State Convention The basis of representation in the State Convention shall be one delegate for each 200 votes and fraction of over 100 votes cast in the respective coun ties and districts for the Democrat ic electors in the Presidential elec tion of 1904- Witness my hand as hcairman of tho Democratic State Executive Committee this May 19 1008 LEWIS McQUOWN Chairman Democratic State Execu tive Conrrittee AtkinsonMcDonald At Lexington Saturday Ufo RevR A Iryin officiating Mr VirgilB Atkinson of Stanton and Miss Mary McDonald of Bowen were quietly united in matrimony Thelmdais a beauti ful daughter of Noble McDonald while Mr Atkinson is a son of County Attorney John D Atkin son and a wellknown young man with a brightoutlook The Times extends congratulations Gay WillsonJis one of the four selected to call future conferences of Governors of the States The OonrierJpurnal yesterday had the pictureot the quartet and Willson ill shows the smile that wonifcomooff 1i1lf Yl t k V NEW CEMETERY Company to be Organized and Suitable Burial Place Provided for Clay City The question of organizing a cemetery company and taking in the old Eaton Burial grounds to gether with more territory ad joining is being agitated by some citizens of the town This is a good move and should be consumated The project is to fence the grounds with a sub stantial iron fence and have the land well set in bluegrass and Otherwise improve the spot to make it a fit burial place for ev ery person in Clay City Lots Win be sold and the proceeds set apart to keep up the grounds DrGuerrant who has charge of the palage which owns the land i willing and ready to do nate and make deed to the trustees the necessary land This is very liberal u his part and if those rieallvjfiinterested will do briiy half H we can have one of the mfast beautiful cemeteries in Eastern Kentucky The grounds are naturally very beau tiful Mrs Pattie Ware who has been a teacher in our city school for three years will return to Richmond to reside with rela tives Mrs Ware is a fine Chris tian lady and a valuable adjunct to any community She has the best wishes of a large number of friends in Clay City A Slick Swindle Some unscrupulous concerns are said to have representatives in many counties olthe state sell ing suit patterns to the consum er These goods are highly branded imported material but in reality are imperfect garments thrown back on the manufacturers hands who are aiming to work them off I on unsuspecting per sons The goods has been so made up and dyed as to largely obscure the imperfections and fool nHiny people who are accus tomedto deal with strangers itt preference to home merchants when they can do so Scraped Tobacco Bed Riley McIntosh was tried Mon day in the Clay City Police Court on the charge of scraping Ts Curtis tobacco bed at Virden Mr Curtis and his wife claims to have came upon young McIntosh while he was doing the work Ho was held over to Circuit Court under 100 bond Mr Curtis for the past few years has been rais ing small crops of tobacco and had plants for three acres this year but says it is all up with him now that it is too late to grow more plants Killed in Cincinnati Green Holmes son of Leslie Holmes of Stanton was run down and kiln d by a 0 H D train in Cincinnati last Thursday The remains were brought to Stanton where they were interred in the cemetery Sunday Eld J A Adams conducted funeral services Holmes had been to the soldiers home and was returning Ho was a veteran of the Spanish American war 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 Co ri An Inspection Of Our Artistic Creations in Millinery is requested We would be pleased to be fa vored with your presence at III April 10and 11 1908 1 ant fj I Mrs W N Bush I I CLAY CITY KY 11 I THE TIMES v LIBnEDEVERY THURSDAY J E Burgher tublL tier Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad ranee otherwise 75 Cents Entered us secondclass mall matter Thursday May 21r lOS CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 1 Cincinnati Enquirer 110cc Louisville Commercial 75 cc Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce A FLOYD BYRD as a candidate forCon the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party For County Clerk Vo are authorized to announce Ons EWEX candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor Wo are authorized announce JOltS P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub- jectto the action of the Democratic party State Board of Equalization A study of the finished work of the State Board of Equalization is indeed very interesting Everybody knows all kinds of prop erty has depreciated greatly in value since last year and in re ality it is several million dollars less than it was then The Board takes a different view and has raised the valuation 83018099 over last years assessment when in fact it should if ever have been lowered The only proper ty lowered however wasthe cap ital stock7and surplus of the banks whiclr was decreased from 100 cents to the dollar to 80 cents Last year the Board of equali zation was Democratic and the raise over the assessment was only 8587429 or only onetenth of what it is this year by Republi can board and too during the heaviest panicin years Had the bankstock not been lowered the raise this year would have been fully 50000000 The Eepulican party abused the Democrats when they were in office because of the existence of the Board of Equalization and the Internal Revenue Agents and said they were regular robbers and this among other high Bounding and false accusations put them in power The new board need not have done that which when performed by Democrats is called robbery but itfstead notwithstanding the panic they raise the valuation so as to give the Republican administration nearly 200000 00 more revenue to spend a general raise of about 5 por cent Still the banks institutions best able to bear a full taxation are lowered 20 per cent Does this look much like work ing to the best interests of the burdened taxpayers One Way to Oct Good Roads There has been 11078 spent for bridges in this county across Red river in the last three years and to this must be added for the approaches to these bridges at least enough to make 18000 in all If in this period of time this much can be invested in bridges all pf which wo heartily indorse why not after wo have gotttan these bridges spend this much per year for good roads True enough five werein great t cr need of the bridges but nowj that wo have the bridges with the three more which we hope to get in the next year or two eve must have better roads With the bridges wo need tim roads much more how JO countrycan- be properly built up without good roads Clay City and vicinity has rais ed of the 13000 referred to 4000 and paid on the bridges in this end of the county If the county funds are not sufficient to properly improve the roads why not the cit izens of all parts of the county do as we have done in the bridge matter raise a fund by private subscription to be suflicien If other portionsof the county will do as much for its advance ment as this end weassure you that we will have good roads ill addition to the good bridges be ing built by private subscrip tions inthis end and county aid We mean business about Clay City in this road and bridge question and havo shown our faith by our works arid are ready to do so again witlrbut semblance of a chance for county help which we feel is justly duo us Foraker Backs Down Senator Foraker who has been making a grandstand play at Washington for the discharged negro soldiers at the disgraceful Brownsville Texas episode has played quits Ho failed to raise enough howl to get a angle in struction for president Taft who discharged the soldiers by the sanction of the President did right Foraker knew it but he wanted these two officers inves tigated hoping to prejudico the negroes so he would stand a showing for President In this hefailed and saw the Senator ship slipping aWny becjruse of his radical stand for nothing He now has abandoned his pet measure hoping to go back to tho SenateHo uld bo defeated and so should any man who condescends to such low down tricks in poli tics Ho very much reminds us of the newly elected United Status Snatrfrom Kentucky The whole truth of the busi ness is the Republicans are learn ing that petting the negroes dues not make them any votes and Roosevelt and Taft are to be commended by all members and lovers of the Caucasian race and its purity for their stand of right ful acts in the Brownsville in cident and it is certain to add thousands of white votes to Taft in the coming election regard less of the political issue Minors and Whiskey There is too much drinking by boys in Clay City The saloon people we believe are not selling- it to them and are using every effort to detect a minor and keep him from their place of business The liquor is bought by older men for these boys though the officers find it hard to learn who it is This should be stopped and a closer watch placed on the boy- who have been in the habit of getting drunk- Taking to drink so early has nude many unredeemable drunkards and too much diligence can not be enforced by officials in the endeavor to find out who it is that is wrecking the future lives and happiness of these yet thoughtless youths Parents citi zens of the town and everybody should join in the enforcement of the law No one is your friend that will furnish a boy under tweiityone years old with so helpiprosecuto them and lager i you will bblhiciked by a boy you helped to awst Powers Sole Issue The Republican race for Con gress in the Eleventh district is gettin betweeuMathews- and dwaragheincumbent Ed wards has inadeegood in office but the party seems determined todefoat Iiimbjcau8e he refused to sign the petition for Caleb Powers rci h Among Qtljei things thepttperof that district cHtare t You are bound to acknowledge thateverytime a petition for a pardon for Caleb Powers has been pfesgrftcd to D O Edwards he has found some oxCuse fur refusing tOjSijsn it Thutis- policy which a trno Republican will not stand f6r uThebest evidence that Ed wards did not sign the Powers pe tition is that his name is not there It is preBumdd that lie would m konn1cX use irliisfa vor I Republican p per whose ed itor stands high in sobriety and morals says K Republi cans committedsuicide by not sending Gov Bradley as delegate to the National convention If half what we have heard of Bradt ley is true heiatoday one of the worst moral degenerates inlCeu tucliy and wheh discreet honest members of any party sees it essential to success to always put 8Uch men in the lead as Bradley morally and t mpeIatelY1it seems to us thUEit itics altogether arid seek men of qualificationsregardless promptedthothrow Bradley iii Kentucky and indorse Taft overlftirbanks the party ltas arisenpercontincourage and decency This is a day of strange and rare occurrences Frlnstance the Federal government has brought suit to dissolve the A merican tobacco trust while in Kentucky GovernorWilfson con stantly keeps soldiers allover the Statoto perpetuate its vile workings by encouraging farmers to raiso tobacco and sell it to alto trust at low figures Gov Willson says he is through malting promises about when he will decide HowardPowers par don cases Maybe lie waiting to see how they use Congressman Edwards in the Eleventh district who is running for reelection in a primaryAvith record of having flatly refused to sign Powers petition for pardon 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease thatscience has been able to cure in all its st- gcsRncl that is Catarrh hails Catarrh Curd is the only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitu tional treatment Halts Catarrh dis rectly upon the blood andjniucoUs surfaces of the system tlterebydo stroying the foundation of the die ease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors hive o much faithinitaurulivapowctt- hat they offer One HundreiiJUDol Tars for wny case that itrtTfaiUrHo cure Send forlIst of tesViniorii f XVl nA Ii IHIltess f F J QIIENEY Co Tdl sd9t- Cboldibydrukiets 7 Ad l ukoHalllsiamlly Pil1 r stjputicni iiHV Ij t Ji ijl i t OVER l c DONT i dtrk I i LOOK THIS jr J ftit I 1itr 1 1i 1 r pjI DId you ever laugh while graudmoth t J Gf er hunts for the spectacles that resti p on Her nose Ar Do you always maKe the most of everyw- r topportunity T f While looking for helpful moneysay rvF ing opportunities one may be v rIb ki 0 r ing the very things looked for the same as grandmother overlooked her spectacles f We are closing out v f h Short Lengths and + Odds Y i i and Ends pESSey1 I i at very special reduotions Money saving opportunities dont last long Take good care that you dont over look this timely one L I e f 1t i l Mrs J W WilliaiiF L y 1 It I O CLAD CITY KENTUCKY I r u 1 The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light RollsrAnd Flakiest Biscuit A1oc1JudcVhcn Y uUfC I Purl and Bakers Me Flour = r Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed rrF ut L MANUFACTUREDUY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KV V Sold by our Leading Merchant I I croupCOldsjCopgbsnnd over fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose and without vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your child s life Recomniended by physicians Price 35 eta per bottle i1 FOR SALE DV DRUGGISTS THE GLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY SAN lrprrr FIneHay Ohlt iiJ 1Lff Remember To Subscrbersollaws which itively UB the limes to subscribers who J1 rl12 niotlths or more behind on lI scrijltion This forces UB tti HiIff j fcome good nanies enh week whjch we very much ilfgllke to do lilt we ninsfJibey thin law It y0u uro cutofT dont uluJJ fethe plJJA Islluro fleaPe renew anrihbtiiqissllii I sun J t jvA GrnyMon cpitiily Man f IiAfa rat- wIII1 tw11hIQis l pllQAB wlib tlO Yittlntitlt veriliitabntl ISvc ty is andis l flno rdtcdieii r 4 riF 1iJ I Ie TREES IIFRUIT VRNAHENTAt 7W EVerything fhr i UrthardtawnandQarden 7 ri Our SrawberryPlhrits an 1lgnay Makers Pry them SV rireIorq FREE Uutalog1o 1y It hiive no Agents Cir t ifJ FtrHileilmbeyerd 8 So rLEEINOTONLJKYJ tr4 r JVt Is o j r = R IltiTHE TIMES it AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER tt f THURSDAY May 21 1908 LOCAL BREVITIES t7 DftiNK WAINSCOTS POP See notice of stray cow it this 4 i8sueThe continued wet weather is igreatly retarding farm work f Attorney J H ORear was at i Irvine a few days this week on r legal buslnesgI4 Cashier Whitt visited home- Y M folks at Morehead Trom Saturday till Mouday We handle all the latest Butter ick Patterns at 10 and 15 cents Mrs J W Williams L Daily Courier Journal six months during the campaign and the Times ri one year both forU 60 Subscribe today f1f Fish have been playing in Red t river this week and numbers have been dragged and gigged We saw several real fine ones SPO our line of Queen Quality Y Oxfords and Shoes in Tans Patent leather and Vici Hardwick Co Mrs Hattie Carter and three children of Lexington visited Mrs Carters parents Mr and Mrs JD Williams Saturday Jrinethe month of brides will soon be Here when the local par sons will be able to look a little t independent while living off the I fat fees 1 Anew iron Pence has been put f t upTih frontoftho school ho- useiotwhichbeautifies the premises very much besides making a sub stantial inclosure Mrs W S Belle of Lexington is visiting tIts Luther Loving A daughter of Mrs Belle came up I Sunday and was also a guest of Mrs Loving for the day Mt Sterling people are raising I money to build a fine college This city will also get this year a handsome new depot and a 05000 Government building John Smothers has moved to Fletcher Barnetts place at Walters Ferry Mr Smothers found business since the panic too slow for him and came back to Powell to farm in hetoher countyI Leonard Ian aboyof 15 was married to little Annie Piofit a girl fbut twelve summers The grooms father is a A iHardsliell Baptist minister and i married the youthful couple him IfcAt the county examination for h teachers at Stanton Friday and i Saturday there were fourteen ofn applicants The colored exami nation will be held Friday and Saturday at which time certifl vcates will be awarded to the sue I ceBSful white applicants t The trial of the boys for the 1 stault of Marshal A P Johnson r was called at Stanton Wednes day and continued until next rC Tuesday The Commonwealth not being ready f 4 coils notable to attend the trial but will be ty next Tuesday 1 tw To all who wilt pay up al1 ar L t4 re rages and one year in advance we will send the Southern Agrioul 1 furist free for one year If you a wantit dont forget to ask for it JiA s T 4 i tSO S c = T ra The Agriculturist is one of the best form papers published Prof Campbell will deliver a sermon at the Christian Church Sunday night upon the subject The Influence of Human Char acter upon the World At this time will be the presentation of diplomas to the following city school graduates Mrs Anna Derickson Misses Pearl Estes Nora Rich and Grace Shirafes eel Valued Same as Gold B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss sayshtteJl 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 constipa than malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Cos store l5c Strayed Cow One pale ted Cow about 7 or 8 years old strayed from my place May 13 little thin in order horns set out signs of Jersey about the nose Giving about 3 gallons of milk per day Reward for informa tion leading to rec very Morris Curtis Clay City Ky CourierJournal Cuts A Special Rate of 3rs5 For The Cam paign and Election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has mode a special cut rate onits Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper is 63 year or 83 for six months For the campaitrn a rate of 125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months of June July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until December 1 next when all willexpire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end to end and be believes the ticket will win in November The Louis ville Times edited by Col W B Hald man has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Democratic afternoon paper printedanywhere The Clay City Times one year and either of the above daily papers from this date to December 1st 1908 for only 81 60 The sweet girl graduate is due again The Clay City graduates are always very popular and pro gressive never appearing to bell sole creation of beauty and ad miration yet that is just what they are with a combination of the higher aims of life and womanhood It Reached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is president of the Adams County Telephone CORS well as of the Home Telephone Co of Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved mylifo once At least I think it did It seemed to reach the spot the very seat of my coughwhen everything else fai1edlPbr Kings New Discov ery not only reaches the cough spot it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs afod chest Sold under guarantee at SwarmDay LumberCods store fiOc and fel Trial bottle free Let j f Mauppin fix that clock or watch for Charges reason able anleatlslaotf n t t lwyetrl v y h- Nr Estill ounty will sell 15b00- refundingbonds to redeem the remainder of outstanding old railroad bonds On account of paymontgf this old debt the tax rate in Estill this year will be 118 Against Night Riding The Times is opposed to night riding Hbis the Society of Equity and the Society has taken great precaution to prevent any of its members from night riding and proves t its faith by its works when it offers 500 reward for the conviction of any night rider that is a member of the Society of Equity It has never had to pay a 500 though the reward is standing The night riders are another class of people work ing under the protection of op portunity to wreak personal ven geance A Callfornlans Luck Tho luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salvo writes Charles F Rudahn bf Tracy California Two 25c 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 SwannDar Lumber Cos store r J DEATHS James Martin aged fortyfive years died Saturday night at his home one mile from Stanton uf ter a long illness of consumption He leaves a wife and eight chil dren Burialat Stanton cemetery Sunday funeral first being preached by Elder J A Adams of Bowen ui The Worlds Best Climate is not entirely tfee from disease on the high elevations fevers prevail while On the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less ex tent according to altitude To o vercome climate affections sitlde feverthe most effective remedy is Electric Bitttrs the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for ev ery form of bodily weakness nerv ousness and insomnia Sold un der guarantee at SwannDay Lum ber Cos store Price 50c B F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a Fell Supply of Coffins Caskets Burial 1 Robes and Suits Also can furnish Home Made Cot fans to Order on Short Notice When Desired West Bend Ky SS 1 easaa q o JPnAUPPIN Watchmaker t and Jeweler iI All Kinds of Watch and Clock I Repairing OH Short Notice and Reasonable TernwT SATISFAC TON GUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Spectacles Call andsee Mete the Red River Hotel BuHdhig VCLAYCirY KiNTUCKY + + f f +f0 fr- i THI CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK OIAY OITY KENTUCKY ISurplusM H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Tranuts any businneu eonsiaent with legitimate Banking Accounts of Corporations s Firms and Individuals Solicited Interest Paid on Time Doposits r I A LetterTQ our 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 Premo CamerasIIII Columbia Graphophnetland Records and Door from Corner Main 6 Broadway flail Orders Solicited Q Q MUSS and D C DUNIQAN Props i We are Now Readyi For 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 ofour 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 Coeo- onroerso Clay City Ky lrrwwwrrrrrrrTTTwTTr wwu V r 1V T TTTTT TTTlT iINSURE WITH i f i t The Lending Insuranceof Eastern Kontuokv Over AentsI Represented j+ Every one whoknqws anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line + 444tntlrtMtMt + iavil tt+ Hx H + H 1t A J I The electric light power and water iplunts were burned at Mayfield Many industries are now without power and are fore ed to shut down PROFESSIONAL CARDS yYIYIYNYNINJNI WIM4NNNIIYNMINNNIININ R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY A Happy Home To have a happy home you should have children They are great happyhome makers If a weakwoman you can bema strong enough to bear healthy chil dren with little pain or discomfort toyourself by taking CARDUI A Tonic for Women HwiU ease all your pain reduce Inflammation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses back ache neadache etc and make childbirth nturaloond easy Try It At all dealers In medldnes In 100 bottles DUE TO CARDUI Is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J Priest of Web ster City Iowa She is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely I am still taking Cardul and would not be without It in the house i r U THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneum- oniaSALVE EXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Tbrea Sizes 25c 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFE DUAHD perfeet 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 bo without II Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop I Greensboro N C F OUR MEW PATENT FJVESLICE INCANDESCENTWIRE CASTERI Convex bottomfits all stovesI Grp catches the crumbs t 0r the fifth slice or head or Coffee Pot r Toasts t In two minutes The wire cone Irows the heat of abed of coals J w Sale by Dealers HARKINS wA L11L1 YMdcterers ADIJlArb rJMlcblgall Yy TL i 1 Kentucky Crop Report The weather during thu month has been damp and rainy with very little sunshine Farmers were nev er so behind with their work Little plowing and practically no seed ing has been date Oats that were planted early are growing rapidly but much land in tended for oats has not been sown on accounttof not being plowed Much attention has been given to the selection of seed corn ass result of the great interest in Farmers Institutes and the campaign of education going on among the farmers We predict a banner corn crop for Kentucky thitTyear All garden und truck patches are very late More potatoes and to matoes will be grown in Kentuey than ever before New canneries tire being established in many parts of the State Scarcelyany tobacco will be rais ed in the Burley District because of theUno crop sentiment which prevails among independent as well as Equity growers In the Dark District an average crop will be grown and the Grow ers Association is securing a large per cent of the prospective acreage The demand for poultry and dai ry products steadily increases Rye barley and wheat look fine and are very green The snow fell on the 29th will not materially in jure the growth No appearance of green bug and Hessian fly on wheatAlfalfa shows a splendid growth and the ruin has assisted the toots in getting a very deep setting An increased acreage all over the State is shown and we have received many inquiries for bulletins on alfalfa showing that much interest is being taken in this very mjioh important plant yr Corn will ben account of such a hew rathfull but a very increased acreage will be plantedIn western part of the State some fruit has been killed by earl frosts as the season in that section is further advanced than in the central andeastern sections of the State where very little damage has been done to the fruit crop The indications point to a pros perous Spring notwithstanding that there is uneasiness displayed in some of the counties of the tobacco districts but on the whole condi tions are encouraging Hoarded Money Hoarded money is dead Tit pays no wages It buys no gro ceries It shelters no family For industry to be prosperous for business to be profitable for employment to be constant nion ey must be kept in circulation The merchant must receive mon ey for his goods and in turn pay the money to his employees and to the factories which produce what he sells and which in turn payout to their workingmen from whom it goes to the butcher the grocer and store keeper keeping in continued circulation Money in itself is of no value to anybody except the miser It is not edible until it is exchanged for food It does not keep oft the rain until it is paid out for rent It does not protect from cold until it is exchanged for clothing Idle money is the most useless commodity in the world What money a man does not need to pay his bills he should deposit inn bank where it will be put to work In a banks vault money isl bafeli for credit and creditis neccessa ry for profitable business Tile worstplacQ for a man to keep his money Isiu liisipockot 4iur8c J jJ l holes thoro 4I Us n constant temptation toe eessive ecpeldi ture The moneywhfch a than does not needfor hill purchases orfoo1audclothing and shelter slioulH be put to work Dp nothbard It Its possession is thq use of ceaseless worry The lariiing oT money is the surest wfl to check prosperity and toltirovP out of work 1thewho do the hoarding Hurr6dsburg Hearld To discontiugetin advertise WanahlakcrjPhilabElphin like taking downyt ur sign Ifyou want to do business you Mustlet the public know it Standing ad vertisements are better and cheaper than reading notices They look jiiore substantial and business like arid inspire confi dence I wouldas soon do business f without clerks as without advertising VVv Kimbrell MrsJohn 1Vaosly is very sick The new scbgjpl houseiscom pleted Nick Puckotttis slowly im JamesStoneof Vienna was here last Monday Regular preaciiiiig day a Kim brellsOhapellioxtSundayRobert iking frequent visijsto Galloways creek N Stan Puckettjiwho has been in Illinois for the past year hips rc turned home r Willis HamilWn of DryCRidge attended preaclnn at Jacksons Chapel last Sunday Rev JainesJKjrkptrick of- Stanton f A proual aokEionls Chapel last Sunday Tile National Issue club will meet at Kimbrellsjphapel next Saturday at 8 oclock p in t Notice to Trespassers All persons are 1f r notified that all hunting nndJIjtrespassinK is forbidden by the rsigned who will prosecute to tliBextent of the law all persons violating this oaf lice n mlIUTION wTherneekman is tlte self mastered man fe House and Lo Salerfr House of 7 rooms in Western portion of Clay Clip good out buildings and lots planted in fruit trees grape vines andBtrawberries Also 8 head of hogs Mrs Mandy Payne Clay City Ky 81flEuclid AVe 1 0 Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court itebpcca Smith Ap 1JaintllT on Petition Defendant Notice of Sale By virtue of a judgment and order of snip of the w Circuit iCourt jeii dered nt the March Term 1008 thereof in the above cntiee the undersign edwill on the 1st day of June JOOSat 1 oclock p m or thereabout being Court Day wilt proceed to offOr for sale lit Public Auction to the highest bidder on n credit of six months at Court House door in Stanton Ky jndfI river in Powell county Ky beginning at n stake with the Apperson lino cor ner on the Jo Williams nnd Alntton ApJNsonJiuo88afoot of n hill from which boars a double white oak N W 18 links thence with lino of fence 216 W 1934100 poles S 27 12 E 13 60100 poles front which bears a 2 hickory N 48 31 fJ 2 12 links 861 W 13 24100 poles S171 114 poles S10 E 10 28100 poles St 27 12 E 8 2710 poles 862 12 W II 20100 poles S 36 12 W12 40100 poles 845 M E 13 810 poles S 0020100 poles W 45 22100 poles corner with the Edgar Neal survey 80811 W 48 poles to a stake in corner in the Edgar Neal and Green Flinclmm survey N 21 34 E 21 C810Q poles to a stake at a fence N 40 31 08100 poles to n stake at edge of ridge thence NSI2 W 29 30100 poles to the be ginning containing 48 310 acres Also the following tract of land on Aquillii a to nod Riv et and adjoining the above named tract and beginning nt a stake on top of hill running Northeast to a stake in hollow to dogwood pointer thence about 012 feet down the hollow to a stake thence a straight line to the beginning and supposed to be G acres more or or thereof to producetso ordered to be made Tho purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to ReplevinBondday of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will here tained on the land sold till all the pur paidBondCommissioner KOMULUS JACKSON Master Gomr Powell Circuit Court IIrt W MOw the tiC roum We live pro aced r the deliiiriu Naboth Crtirie Juice for many years but we believe f3years I pcrrciionVTpro gression Butter each year Im proved by the wisdom of cad years experience in careful pressing and I developing Kaboih Grape Juice now going oat h ire thinn little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Gape taken from he duster in Octolcr The deliclous sweetncsf is dpe to thc iuperior quality oKaLoth Ccjncord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the Notional lure Food Law Delicious Pure Invigorate ing For sale by dealers THE NABOTH VINEYARDS Brocton tiyji Yprh DIP AND JDISINFECTANT THRIFTY UVE STOCK 7b nunxxiul igegoawagdwlameradtieacka b IIOwIOIJftldlalpoI or mne WlIn IDI- In ne Tt4 sal aawa iy plataot lathe than w an it- H f I ol aad joeiDMCtio dl r klUjaItJy THE t1YCENO DISINFECTANT Co CLCVrtAND OHIO LETTERS FROM USERS OF THE Syracuse EASY Washer otyourmUebeen paying a week for washing wheal caWdo the BABYJtheohlywasherIdoes the WMhiag thorpwUjr lt certainly eqoalB B D J Box 4 ATella Pa expenseWashIts price during tho housecleaning season return it at our vahaableInLormatIonDODGE Z l2 DlllayeBldgllSyraouse N Y r f h ei i i r Bp JINfTIIF Winchester Bank t INCOUrOtVATKI rFN0 A GpitalSlock 20XpOCvr Surplus 520 000 w- tVe solicit the nccuIIllll1f indivi 1 anis firms and uomurutiiiiiH t 4I 6O YIARS- GEXPEnIENCE ITRADEAnyone lending a sketch ana 1e ma eertnlll our opinion free whether aa FiiTentlon U probublr Comrauiilcn onlateut nBencroraecurlnirpatcnu1AteiiU notk wllhout chime Scientific Jltn altal1Jhanrttomely Illnntraleil wc Vlr Treef elr IA n jnurna Oernii W a Tenrt toutnonthieily Bold brail tiewidealrm I MUNN CO 1 381Broaddr rNewJork Uranell once cis lr tiLe WUlllnilIOn u The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Dornblqmndeo r Write today for particulars Wa also bundleaftiJllinomlo Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES1r Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGM Gas Engine Mfg qQ WIHCHESTER KY Lexington Easteraiy Effective Nov 18 1906 V EASTnoUNI No2I Dui ex Sun 1uilyStations Pm A ItiQ Lv Lexington 325 735 Winchester 81l08Ur1 L E Junction 8 W 8 2 Clay Itv 4ODit O2 u Stanton c410 II IO u Onmpton Jtincl1i40 0i8 u Natural Bridgtf44j fJJ2- II Torrent 457 956 I iteattyvilleJuncGiiB 1810iJ1A O K Junot CUO 1I 1- Idr Jackson015 I ill20i WESTBOUND No8 Dally rIInlcrSuJI Stations 1 1 AunLv Jaokson3iO 010 II 0 K Junot2 25 C 16 II UeattyvllieJ tine 020 707 U Torrent 341 730 r Natural Bridge 8t34 40 11 Cnmpton June 857 v U Stnnton 42G 5 U ClavCitv4U511 LEJtinotlonfi07 858 Winchester G20 i12 ArLexltlgtonli0it Atir CONNKOTIONS L A E Junction l1rl1ln and 3uollllec with C O for 11tSurJI- hig Campton Junction AirtralriRccfij fjrCnniptotiTrains Nos 8 nndf4 will make eon nection at Deattyvillu Jtinatlaiivtli passeiigorsitoiutdfrom 0 K Junction TrnnB Nof k KUy10clIIstntl 1 f I i y t wrY