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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ft 6 i1 E1 nR t 1 r 1 1 1 J fw I THE J CLA 1 1 CITY TIMES1 IIn AdVanca We are hero to help Clay City the SkrroDnlingCoontry and Ourselves JBurgher Publisher I tf ICLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1908 N0 2 r + l- i 2 A GOOD r 4 AlI TiIJl ResolutionI S Going to save all I can and to this end I will begin by buying at Shimfessels Large seledt stock good Qualities everything honest deal if ings Goods delivered Phone 32 IC SHIMFESSEL I k I G I ANGB MFG- Winchester Co Kty iY Vie Manufacture f Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts Including India Linbna 1- LincnLawns Sheer whitea colored Waistings We are Headquarters for Building Paper V Felt Roofing FlintoidRoofiing and Etc us Your estimates ISShipments o saG rid of I IJlZ a st Xhambrays Shirtingeo o A beautiful line of back and side combs r Fast Color Dress Ginghamst- hat weie 12c reduced to 11 o Beat Calicoes 7 Granulated Sugar CJ The best 16c Coffee in the market Perfection Flour and Meal always on hand 3 At Lowest Prices Also Fresh canned Goods Meats and Lqrdvall low est prices Will also keep on hand I 1 Sheled data Feed cO itt and Shlpstuff BATONL eith t 1 Twelve Months Dead LineBy order of the 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 drop ped when their subscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from under the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher Attempts Suicide George Frazier formerly of this county confined in jailat Beattyville for the murder of John Hamilton and Richard Spi cer last February attempted to commit suicide by drinking wa ter in which ho had soaked several heads of Matches The doh tors had to work hard to save his life This was the third attempt and Frazier got close enough to deaths real door this time to con vince him he didnt want to go any further When he became conscious he begged the doctors to save his life He says he will never try to end his life again Marshal A P Johnson who was so wickedly and cowardly beaten up while on duty three weeks ago was able Monday to resume his duties Every resi dent of Clay City is glad to see Mr Johnson out again There was never an officer of this town more universally liked than Mr Johnson Heis kind and gener ous headedt and none but the Viol torsof the low have enmity against him If you need a tooth pulled without pain sea Dr S P Ham mon at the RedjRiver Hotel for ten days only Teachers Report Prof F P Tracy first assistant teacher in the Clay City schbol term just closedthas furnished us the following report which is the average for the full term of nine months Emzie Edge General Average 98 Pearl Phillipsr OS Joycie Rich I II 08 Gertrude Vollmer Mt 98 Pearl Newell Mpf 92 Katie Bellis 97 Arthur i 02 Roscoe KeWkirkIP 05 Emil 96 James 95 Gardner ShiDafeselkII 95 Sidney Earnest f OG Ray White + u 05 Lillie Lyle 02 Everett Brush 05 Ben Moore i I 97 Roscoe Ringou 97 Claud Bowman r 03 Burl Hall 97 Claud Sons u 01 Reese Shimfessel tI 96 Sallie Fletcher jBJp I 97 Betsy Johnson WI 96 Mabel White 1 G1JiSadie Rich t + I 97 Austin Johnson Jlfe of Nellie OG Clara I1fc 08 May Bowman 97 Julia Potts 4wf 97 Myrtle Moore Vi U 07 Mary BrUsh C tu 06- Mamie Phillips Jt II 98 Lillie Hallfj 91i Hubert Burgher WiiS 95 Willie Hardy p 94 rJt 95 jAnnie 497Mattie ESt s f I 9G RuthEarnesth 9r r 1 tiC r I- Certificates Awarded The result of the May exami nation for white teachers was on ly two failures In the Clay City school Miss Tracy had already a State certificate and Miss Mary Shimfessel first assistant teach er secured at the examination a first class county certificate while Mrs Anna Derickson second as sistant teacher was also awarded a good grade certificate FirstBig Frost Day of June Just fifty years ago June 1 there was a big white killing frost and ice froze about one fourth inch thick Notwithstand ing the freeze which bit every tender plant to the ground the corn came up again and a good crop was raised this year The cool days the first of this week was remindful of the frost to our older citizens but there was no frost this time Mrs Cora Stuart of forehead returned Friday to her home after several days visit to her sister MrsE B McGlone of this city Mrs McGlone accompanied her sister home While Mrs Stuart was here her baby developed a severe case of whooping cough Have that new set of teeth made now while you can get the work done at home See Dr Hajnmons at the Red River Ho tel for ten days only Extra early gardeners are en joying green beans peas new po tatoes and etc Mrs Mina Goff of Indian Fields is visiting the family of Edwin Rose and attending the sick bed of Aunt Patsey Hog kin who is very low while Mrs Rose is at a Lexington hospital under treatment for a complicated trouble Pastor Kirkpatrick will be as sisted in a protracted meeting at the Methodist church in this city by the Rev Greene of Jackson beginning Wednesday night June 10 Dr S P Hammons assistant of Dr 0 B Dixon of Jackson is located at the Red River Ho tel for ten days only where he is prepared to do all kinds of den tal work at reasonable price All work guaranteed They are Coming Everything under the sun is an en compassing statement but very ap propriate and fitting in making a trite assertion relative to the mani fold attractions and diversified fea tures of the J Augustus Jones Shows Construe the statement lit erally andadd a little imagination and even then after seeing the Greater Shows there will be no subsequent indictment for exegeration or per version of the truth Figuratively speaking the J Augustus Jones Shows have spread a dragnet over the amusement and zoological uni verse and hauled in the ropes have made a scientific assortment of the great catch retaining all that was wonderfully striking or sensational and cast war the refuse If there is aught that has been overlooked it must be etheral elusive or imug inary Every avenue of possible in novation has been traversed Every field of possible feature has been ravagedAggrandisement and progression were the watch word originality the slogan and the date at Clay City is Monday Tune 8 for the Jones Enormous Shows We are Offering our Usual Bargains in Millinery I rr Come and See us We will 1 try to Please Youy4 r f4 Mrs W N Bu hIClay City0 n THE TIMES PUDLISUED EVERr TUURSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday June 4 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our Bub ecribers we have arranged club rate with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 101 Cincinnati Enquirer 111 U Louisville Commercial 78 U Home and Farm 78 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce A FLOYD BYltD as a candidate for Con gress fnftn tho Tenth Congressional District subject to the action of e Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce OIIAS EWKV candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of Dem ocratic party For Jailor Wo are authorized to announce Jon P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party Republicans for Bryan Every few days we hear somE- one say I am a Republican bn if Bryan runs for President thi s fall I am going to vote for him and the reason is universally sai to be because of the Nebraskan honesty and bold stand against tie trusts It is gratifying to note the fas- fading away of party prejudice and the advent of worthy prais- to whom honor is due The Dem ocrats have all along applauded Roosevelt in his bold attacks up on the unlawful combinations it restraint of trade while the more radical members of his own paitj are very cool toward him and ii it is now indeed very encouraging to see so many honest men of that party ready to support a great man like Bryan regardless of political affiliation They rec ognize Mr Bryan as an hone man and a qualified man an know such a man cannot be misplaced in any office Roosevelt while not so darin as Bryan has certainly prove to be his like in many things and this now only leads to Mr Bryans popularity with the strong unprejudiced admirers Mr Roosevelt who has prove and is acknowled to be at least II half Democrat All now admit this Democratic half to be good then why not take a whole loaf of what a half loaf has proved sc good The editor of this paper used to have a serious distaste againsl President Roosevelt until he wai convinced that the President wai really honest in his administra tion of this his office then we be came his admirer if we did diffei politically with him It is conceded that Bryan it the only man in the country tpdaj that willif elected President carry out to a finish the fight just begun by Roosevelt against the trusts and it is also conceded that he will prosecute them even more vigorously than Roosevelt because he will have the support of a united party in accord with his belief while with Roosevelt t twothirds of his are stout ly against the reforms the President advocates For CommltteertM FA Lyon of Beattyville is v Y a candidate for Oommitteeman from this district Mr Lyon is and always has been n loyal Democrat He is a man that has laid down personal ambitions for party success and will readily do this again He is a man that has always labored for the succes of the Democratic party without any remuneration hope of re ward only in the partys victory He is the Kind of man that the party can depend upon to do his duty regardless of cost to bim self He is self sacraficing to promote party prosperity If the party of this district this State had a few more such loyal and influentialadherantathere would be no showing for a Republicans here Mr Lyon should be made a member of the State Central Committee and the County Con vention at Stanton Saturday should and doubtless will in struct for him He deserves the honor and Powell should bo will ing to help so deserving a friend and neighbor Saturday theday for all Democrats of Powell county to assemble at the county seat and have a choice in the selection of delegates and instructing the same to the State convention which meets in Lexington June 11 Dont wait until after the criticisetin the county in this convention mostdm party Make up your mind who you want to go to the Denver Con largetan you thisego workfor l them You have a right to this liberty and we would be glad to see every Democrat in the coun ty do thisI The Fire Marshalof Ohio who is not a representative of the American Tobacco Trust as Gov ernor Willson of Kentucky is af ter making a thorough investi gation says that the recentbarn burning and tobacco warehouse thed ple who had grudges against the owners and did their deviltry bedbe largely the case in Kentucky and truly does the State Journal say Cowardly creatures who wrathd ical moment for them to get in i their work and they readily embrace it I Gov Willsons soldiers must have improved wonderfully when l so few can preserve order all over i the State even during the dark I ness of the night Eight years I ago there were over 1200 soldiers about the capitol when the Gov ernor was shot down in broad open daylight before their eyes ahd these soldiers then were un I able to oven get a trace of the murderer IEph Lillard one of the Legis I lative betrayers of the Democrat ic party at Frankfort last winter has been further rewarded by i the ones he sold out to by being placed at the head of a detach ment of soldiers to intimidate citizens in certain Democratic counties Benedict Arnold was also honored by a commission In theBritIsharmy Judge Qburly has engaged the Irvine Brass Band togo to Wolf 1 j un county and iv tho in the trenches Uitrfakesall of this for the Judgeto 2 vin in a Republican r against a carpetbaggeroircoholder we dont blame him for wanting a convention V We hope all willrread Gander bones Juqoforecasts That which relates to the Republican convention is our view of the situation exactly You will find it on the last page and welllwbrth looking up and reading i A Serious Question The retail catalog douses are man aged by farseeing and broad guage business men whofuliy realize the value of advertising They have been spending millions of dollars a year in systematic advertising cam paigns In addition to the elabo rate catalogs they sustain with their patronage hundreds of mail order Journals These journals have a combined cj1l8tion of 32 000000 a month They are sowed broadcast through the country Nor do the catalog houses stop here Ev ery magazine agricultural or relig ious paper that will accept thor ad vertisements carries them To the everlasting credit of the country papers be it said that they have generally refused to be tempt ed by the offers of the catalog hous es and have declined to insert their advertisements They have generally stood by the home town and the retailerchaat The lines of this conflict between commercial interests are clearly drawn On one side are the re tail merchant and the publishers oi the local press On the other the catalog houses and the numerous publications which have sprung up in a night backed by advertising appropriations that run into the millions The enemies of the local publishers and the retailtnerchnnta are allied as perfectly as Inauy other modern trust No reflections are here mTde upon the personal integrity of the commercial character of the leading mail order corporations Like all other giant corporations they are in business to make moneyand to makeft the quickest poesible way But no modern commercial or in dustrial trust casts amore dauger ous shadow Like great commer cial maelstroms they are steadily sweeping into their vortex tho trade of the village the country town and small cItIes If this allowed to con tinue the destruction of tho trade of the local town andvtbesurround ing country is only a question of time Your Subscription Again We do not professto be a lawyer but pur understanding of the recent postal law is that if a pub fisher sends his paper to a sub scriber more than three months after the subscription has expir ed that he throws himself liable to both fine and and tliedelinquentsubscriber is equally liable for receiving the paper and not paying for it So far as wo rtreconeerne4we could possible stand a few weeks Imo prisonment provided the jailor would give us a clean bedand plenty tp eat but itvwpuld be un bearable to have tqjtay in close confinement with about 1200 de linquontsubscribefs rMoral Pay up your subscription and keep ur both out of jail Kentucky Junior A farmer who laude the experiment last year recommends moth balls as an effective means of keeping tho striped bedtle off the cucumber mejpn and squash vines The remedy is riot only inexpensivebut easily applied only one ball to wclnhill bei- ngrequired5 4 r K i SPECIAL j i a INDUCEMENTSTo sttz jI r 7 ii t 1j f r SHOW 1tt We are going to show our patrons how l t we appreciate their business by mak fing special prices on every line of goods in the house on this d yJune8th t Make our Store your headquarters Iwhen you come to town f1lufSCLAY CITY KENTUCKY 7 q The Whitest White Cake l 0 I The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit r Are Made When You TJso Vi Pearl and Bakers Pride Flonr7k t Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY JA CAIN VERSAILLES KY ifs Sold by our Leading Merchant f y The teed cure for Croup Colds ICoughsand WhoopingCotigh Sold undera pos TonrmoncyretumcdYiteyerdose andwith avomiting have a bottle on hand It may save yourtchilds life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle J FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS i THE ILESSMER MEDICINE COMPANY Jfk Prprs IF1n l Jow tr4 Jrf To Siibscrbers postallawsitively prohibits us from mailing the Times to subscribers who are 12 months or more behind on sub scription This forces us to cutoft some good names each week which we very much liko to do butwe must obey the lawIf you are cut off donC blame the publisher Please renowandnot miss an issue TJlie American Tobacco Corn puny has purchased 400jOOO pounds df lowgradotbbaccolrpni the BurleyflobaccpSppiety ft if v i C TRJ tSFRUIT OENAHENTAl VII I Orchard EverythingTnr Lan and Gardenkr JQur SrauvberryPlrtiits ar Money- Makers IFrythem Write for S FREEC tI11QEtutIWo t fhave no Agents p I srfHr iLEXINOrOjJY i L 00 fF i fij f J t ttl 1 X X s i S I llf 1 tlif h C tlfi TIMES Y t trAN AI4L IIOMEMADI PAPER THURSDAY = Juno 4 1008 i l c LOCAL BREVITIES fciuHit WAINSCOTS POP lf f t Joaresole agents for Walt 2a Jy Over shoes for men J i t Bardwick Co Stanton ti vfSee assignees Notice in thisis q0 rfsuetRoguhtr meeting of the City 1 Council Friday night spode4i c Monday w 0k i DO Adler of Lincoln Tenn R Vwlis hero yesterday buying some i1 extra saddle horses tiICouncilman S D Rose has bean dangerously sick this wee- kybutisnoww fast improving U c Hy Courier Journal six months k1t during the campaign and the Times f lY oneyeiir both forl 50 Subscribe today 1r k tIrs O W Duncan and chil t then of Mt Carbon W Va is i r Visiting relatives in this city rJ1ie i JW6 are solo agents for Queen tnQuality shoes for women frtj Hardwick Co Stanton It u J D Yoosley of Hedges ilf ited relatives on Hardwicks 4 Greek the latter part of the week Mr and Mrs JqfF Martin of Jr j Stanton were guests of Dr and fJrl1rs WmO Martin Thursday r night r 2 are sole agents forDaVid ilarks ifeSons Horse Shoe brand clothing Hurdwiok fcCo Stanton rt Tahbark is pretty scarce this tk tyenrnnd what has been peeled Ji is fast being hauled in for ship ijF ment The quality is fine h JB Eaton has a new adver- tisementti Z in this issue which is r worth Tiding and investigating byall our readerswho hav goods v r 4- t to buy i Miss Flora Wilson who has i been with her sister M sF B McGlone for n few months re turned to her home at Morehead this week t ti jgPeare sole agents for mens and i = boys Liberty brand hats fr L tf Hardwick Co j Stanton i 11 Eld J or t I1 unteroie M 1 f ir ti 0 of tilieiJunior Order U A M t 3ivasIii tlie city Monday He was tt gEl return from aa visit to the i Olivo Hill Council ts c JDont forgot to come in show- tday and renew your subscription G i tWeWIUlJe glad to sec nsvmany rl ag may cell t hoiflier on business dr pleasure 1 Memorial day was vefynpproI1t observed parIrin our littlo comotory wore very 1Ji fittingly decorated tt rf Wagon for Sato IF One borsaWgonwith bed in fit splendidcondition foulilenh bar l gain JOHN W HENRY i xiTball who will pfiyUp aHnr- rearaga Ii and one year in advance we will pond the Southern Agrioul turlst free for done year If you S J wantit dont forget to askforit TThe1Agrloulturdt is oneof the bet I farm papery publiahe lrt 1 f Xtf t p I I 1 Lr 4 ro tkl Yyjlfy F 1JJI I1jj i Ii I jf f f1ii if4 21t f t R Our types made us say last week that our neighbor Jrvih would put down 30 million square feet of concrete walk Of cohrse it should have read 80 thousand As a special inducement for you to try a suit of our Horse Shoe brand clothing t we will for a litn ited time give you a reduction of twenty per cent Hardwick Co Stanton Juno Walters Jr Johh Young and Claude Alexander three of the men charged with the assault of Marshal Johnson in this city have each given bail for 1000 and havo been released from jail The old saying that it never fails to frost the same night in May that it tlulnders in February will hereafter be discredited It thundered Feb 20 but the frost didnt show up May 20 because it was too excessively hot sound Advice from Outsider 1 have several more letters from Kentucky farmers stating that they are shut out from growing tobacco and asking how they would hest proceed to make a living It wpuldnt take me more than five minutes to decideon my future course if I were one of them In no section of the country does corn do better than in the tobaccogrow ing section of Kentucky and the farmers there should have dropped tobacco years jigo and taken up corn It does not exhaust the soil like tobacco a6ddoeanot require half the labor nor half the fertilizer to make a full crop that wil yield a larger proportion of profit to the acre I would grow corn andclover and feed both to high class hogs Kentucky eliQuld grow more than twice the quantity of corn that it now does abd should be as famous for the high quality of its hog products as any state in the Union It will be a blessing to that state if the present tobacco uproar leads the farmers to drop tobacco for all time and grow cereals and fruits instead A mush larger measure of prosperity will come to both the farmers and the state at large to say nothing about the advance in other matters that are vital to the successpf a people Goiirier Journal Cuts A Special Rate of 125 For The Cam palgn and Election For ihe first time in its history The Courier Journal Has made a special cutrateon its Daily for the fcumpH1the paper is80a year oVTtbr 81x monthsFortha campaicn a rate of si23 has bVen maSef to apply to orders received during the months of Juiio July and August After August 81 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions rQceiyei during these mouths atthisrati will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until Decerribe r 1 next when all will expire 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 OourierJournal willsup port the Democratic ticTcet from end to end and lie believes the ticket Will win iIi NQvembcr The Louis ville Times edited by Col W B Huld mnn has made the same rate 81 5 under the Bumfo conditions The Times IB the best Democratic afternoon paper printed anywhere The Clay City Times one year and either 6f the above daily paper horn this date toDecemberlst 1901 for only 150 J 1 ti rtvuc 4- fl t ji1x tRk r Stayo A XVh a rt R M r Mre So F Kimbrell Clark Rogers is down with fever Jchnraper was at Log Lick the lust oftiie week on business ilV Mrs has JohnzWoosleywho been bet terElder J 1T johnson preached at Jacksons Chapel last Sunday morning w VMiss Harris visited haunt r MrS Amos Cain from Sat urday until iipnday SPOUT SPRING Born Satiirday May Both to Mr and Mrs J H Dawson a daughterMoses McKinney visited relatives at College Hill the lust of the week Win Swope and wife of near Pilot View attended decoration day exercises hero Saturday H F Ohr is building a commodiouScrid itiouto his resi dence and has the same already under roof 4 Mr and Mrs Charlie Mcln tosh of Nelspnville Ohio visit ed his father Eld George W McIntosh last week A daughter was recently boric to Mr and Mrs A J Curtis for merly of this place but now of Little Creek1 Eld George W McIntosh will fill the stand nt Baptist church and Sunday Let everyonewho can come out to these meetings Notice Trespassers All persoriaro hereby notified that all hunting and is forbidden by the undersignedwho will prosecuteto the extent of the law all personsyiolating this notice BB HUTSON I i Notice I will on the8th day of June 1008 begin my sittings as assignee of Wm Morton Co at Morton Cosold place Of business at Slade Ky to receive claims against the estate of Wmfjorton Co as signed 1v George trkner assignee I c y S IB F BERRY Undertaker a ooo Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits Also can furnish + Home Made Cot o fIns to Order on Short Notice IWhen Desired West Bend Ky aiaooo o aoo + + + + + 0111 + + + + + + 00 lJ PanAUPPIN Watchmaker 11anit Jeweler t I Kinds of Watch and Clock iooAll on Short Notice and Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED Line of Y Jewelry Spectacles Cell and see tnn the Red sRiver Hotel Bonding CLAYC1TY o- ioOt1KENTUFKV i t+ t uIt l to J flit f t k e 1r sL TIJE CLAY CITY NATIONAL r BANKjcdY OITY KENTUCKY OooII I M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier ITransacts any business consiitent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor ations Firms and Individual Solicited 44 Interest Paid oil Time Deposit I I A Letter To0ur 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 IC Premo Cameras U II Columbia Graphophonep and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main be Broadway Mall Orders Solicited Q O MUSS and D C DUNIOAN Props We are Now Ready 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 equalof stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Completew- ith shoes for the working man shoes the genii eman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices tosuit you I What is saidof our 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 INCOHPOHATID Clay City Ky 1i i TVTiTTT- r INSURE WITH i i Fj A LYON SON I Agentst + Over 200000000 it Represented t Every ono who knows anything about insurance know they are leaders in this line t+ + + HUI + +++++43 ++ ++1+ ta +M++ 244 + + o + fN +++ J a f t r ft ii4 F k t 4 qa s rti i4 1 Taking a wife is somewhat like enting mushrooms you have to await results before you can be absolutely sure that youve ta ken the right kind PROFESSIONAL CARDS N WMWNYyNhWNYN IWNYINIWyW WWWNYV R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY K- YYou LookYellow The trouble is livers sick One of its products bile Is overflowing into your blood You cantdigest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache stomachache dizzi ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose ofsalts cathartic water or pills but a liver ton- icThedfords BlackDraught This great medicine acts gently on the sick liver It purifies the Blood renews the appetite feeds the nerves dears the brain and cures consti pation It is a true medldne for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try It At all dealers In medidres In 25c packages THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Croup and Pneumo- niaSALVER EXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Narsea told Physicians Thrsfl Sizes 25c 50c aId 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined sUmnlantcoveringand perfect continuous inhalant furnishing Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth Its weight in gold Criminal te bo wHhouf ft Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C uccPressed from seletcd Concord r producedthemany years but we bcllvetisycnr tercctionbothgression Better each year Jm proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing developing Naboth Grope Juice pow going out Iswe think a little Better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Gripe taken from he cluster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superior quality ofNotctli Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food InvigoratIng THE NABOTH VINEYARDS BroetM Pleas Ycrk- 1 Qanderbones Juno Forecasts It was the seventeenth of Juno And great was tho convention Tho vote was coming pretty soon And thrilling was the tension II Alabama I cried the clerk And some there wore went daft When a U S Marshal showed His head Out in the seething mass and said CountJS for Taft I The Cannon men turned pale as ghosts And the Hughes men gasped for breath The men for Fairbanks clung to posts As colorless as death Arkansas I the clerk exclaimed And the hall shook fore and att When a spry postmaster white of hair Hopped to the main deck of his chair And cried Eighteen for Taft The Fairbanks men exuded groans And the Cannon men shed tears And the Hughes men uttered none but moans That once had uttered cheers California boomed the clerk And tho whole convention laughed When revenue collector rose And whistled shrilly through his nose Count 20 more for Tuft The Hughes men looked at the Cannon men And they crawled out of their chairs And the Fairbanks fellows joined them when They pulled their Teddy Bears And they all rushed up on the center stage As men who had made ready And when thinlin and the tumult died And the dust had settled down inside Time candidate was Teddy And when Bill Taft discovers what a mean trick they have played him hell shed his coat and go to find the man who has betrayed him Hell lumber up tho Whitellousostepswitheachjumpgrow ingwarmer and Ted will hear him com- Ing in and slip into his armour Theyll willIaffair must look all thunderation queer Bill but listen Youll be named for vice and when were both elected why Ill resign Youll get it Billfact is thaUsuspectedBryan would defeat you Bill which made it necessary for me to head tho ticket Bill lest everything miscarry And Bill will sink into a chair aware that he has messed it and will exclaim III see it now 1 By Jove I should have guessed it 10 most ungrateful wretch am I to think that you who made me my benefactor and my friend had shamelessly betrayed me I Whereat they will embrace and hug VAs lovers reunited And Ted will rest on Williams breast And softly say Delighted I June gets its name from Juno tho Ro man goddess of marriage Juno was supposed to see everybody happily mar ried She was highly qualified to do this for sue herself had married Jupi ter who was a worse runabout tlmnBoni Gould When the celestial chours was playing Parnassus Jupiter hungaround tho stage door like a Pittsburgher Ho stirred up moro scandal than Tom Platt and was as bold as Gilmaiinire Gorey Juno finally avenged herself upon her rivals by turning them Into cows which made Jupiter a cattle king The college graduate will hoar Tho Macedonian cry Of Kansas farmers who must get The wheat cut by July Theyll rustle out while yet the lark Is chirruping his matin And chase tho binder round tho field Exuding Greek and Latin The dinner bell will bring the sage the scholar and time cynic and dinner will become a sort of scientific clinic Astronomers will talk of Mars of Sat urn and of Venus and Latinists recall a few romances of Silenusi The Juno bug will be mentioned as the gems Lachnosterna and other bugs will speak of land as being terra firm Theyll quarrel shout and sometimes swear in Arabic and Greek and now and then a dainty hand will clasp u damask cheek And all Jhe while the farmer full of wondering and doubt will deeply marvel what tho hotel Blli its all about The AntiSaloon League willing the 21st will bo the longest day of time year Upon that date tho sun will reach the Tropic of Cancer in the northern de clination and will start south again The smiling heavens will inspire The skylark and the linnet And tho busy parsons will turn out A new bride every minute A few friends will throw shoes and rice And taste the weddlngicake And 1hen mako bets amongthernselves On whether it will take J Mr Bryan willcomplete his wall a round Denver about thu 80th and will set a deadfall at thaguto of Gov John son In the course of the month all Democrats who have fistfights on tho floor of Congress or in any oth er was distinguishedthemselves will be honorably mentioned for vicepresident The boys will seek o ewinuningholo- In quite excitelpacks And paddle in it tJlJjthe sun Puts blisters on UjeiHracks And when the disoj dients Como wet hairedbaqk to town Theyll get a fewmorolblisters raised A little lower downi- Commencenentts will come in again and knowing wilyrparents will take near tho dour and whenkhis own child has declaimed ands sl own its skill and pluck hell lead thoplaudits for a time and impolitely duck The hungry boy wfll1stow a few green apples ih his ten aiul flhis rim will lay him belly tip optin the blazing sun andafter while thcpain will cease theI agony and gripe because by virtue of tlHTsun the oncegreen fruit is ripe And then the Fourthnivill come again With death andlockfaw from it And Pikus Peak inthc public eye With Bryan on tHe summit The AntiSpitting Crusade Everybody should help stop the pub lic spitting habit by sending a two cent stomp today for our attractive unique hanging card which warns a gainst spitting nuisances People will take notice of this caad and optic seen never forgotten iytAddress DomVo OABBS Co 1807 Olibuteau St Louis Mo 2 Former Senator James Kol Jones of Arktiasast died in Wash ington Monday Jlafter au illness oT only a few hours Mr Jones was 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