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colored Paper Chalnbrnys Sbirtingsc o A beautiful line of back and side combs east ftolor Dress Ginghams eItt t that weio l2Ac reduced to lie i 4 Wealiccos 7 J 4 4 Granulated Sugar r M rrv fe beet 186 pqfjfee in the morket Perfection I r urandlIeala1wavsonh nd IJ o 1 L ft1 e At Lowtfst Iiisi = t 4 it t j t r edGfKMJar Meats and Lard all low- estj pricasJt19Ylea Jcwyt pn hand jJ- ft Ii stliwiata rwacerxrAaaa sIfff1 c y y C If Y r i wilt bUY Phlckens and Egg elth v 4 faCuhor I er Trxtle- tj s t- J1 R it i 1 flof laArOr4 felve Months Dead Line ihe Postoffice Department all weekly papers cart no longer be duYclass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In conpl ptb this new rulingwe have been compelled to cut off 300 namcsad subscribers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped w tisubscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself Mder the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher rThe Convention PursuajstyBpall of State Con tral I1ein isCommittee the DemocrFltSf owellcounty met at the Cout 1U e at Stanton ou- J ne6JBJwhen M R Lyle c untycuRjo was made per ttianent ehaSttan and Luther- Loving ear WJT- I p H T On motio Hr ORear was elected cM n of the coun- tycommitteV D Atkinson secretaryp l z B Ware com tnetteematt ci net No1 P L Faulkner injjt No2 JM Buchanai ant No8 Wr Bowen Jr cinct No4 A IP John piiretNo 5 j R T Kennonfict l o 0 W B Congletos pit n t 1io tt- The + ilga named i s- delegates i this convention to the State v ion tpbe hold at Lexingto XJonJ une JL1 19oa 4 Ellg i1j QnJohn D Atkinsoai illUr ghcr T B Ware Jl1 I u JrM A Phillips P j iliknfer J S tEwen ui r sonDR it1Loving RJaoln J ORear- J MllenaontflrU Warmouth SI D Rose OtrShimfeseel1 Resolutions were adopted in tructing said delegates tovote in said convention for the Hen orables J B Oreary and J 0 W Beckham aa two of the dele gates at Jargcjjfor the state of Kentucky tothe national con vention and that said delegates vote for Hon ffiALyon of Lee county as a member of the State Central Comm the 10 Congressional District of Ken tucky and to vote as a unit on all questions arisinp n sam conven tion Resolved thawe endorse the action ofthepeoiocraticparty in Kentucky imits efforts in the last campaign nd also endorse the candidacy if the Hou W J Bryan for the R eSidency of the United Statesp Luther Loving M R Lyle Secretary Chairman C ndldat flTroubIes Dear frcindsT6ineraberond do not guy the candidate Ho may wear a bright gIand grasp your hand with a drowning man seizing a grapevine but his eoul laiull of troiible and his nights fullof wakefuUnwB He has taken one box mer anothur and aUoltedhisQPPoMuts all that should becoming to th i nd baslef t himself a safe majority ib j tinthe wee pom hours of tbnfghttwhen theta is noth to dlatMctyOU attention theefigureahayetahorrible habit of becoming be fore Ibis vision In any but a reas suring manners Dr St P 1mons assistant of DrCB IffiTxon of Jackson is located at i +ti lied River Ho rtelcarfew LQ yherehe is- prpared to dfTaU kinds of dental work Htirawnable jprice All wk guaraptttLrY == =i l 4 j Swindler Arrested Oscar Benton a young man of twenty years was last week arrested at Irvrne on the charge of forgery He is the fellow who about two months ago succeeded in getting money on bogus checks from the Beattyville bank and also from the Richmond banks He is the one that visited Clay City a short time ago and depos ited a lot of forged checks at the Clay City National Bank for col lection and then put up a most plausible excuse to draw 50 00 immediate cash on this account Cashier Whitt however deferred the payment of this amount of moneyuntil he wired the Beatty ville Bank on which these checks were drawn to confirm their correctness When the reply came the slicker was gone and the offi cers missed him hard time on Shows Vibe Jones Enormous Shows gave two performances here Monday The attendance vras aot- eryjargeibut the country peo tl iF1uo litisy oconf6+ to town The manager of the show says that he has met with the same fate everywhere he has gone this season He says all other snows are in the same plight He attributes it all to the severe panic and says if things do not improve the most of shows will be off the road or suffer thousands of dollars loss this season Success often depends upon u tilizing the mistakes of others Enjoins Collection of Tax Seeking to enjoin the collection of an alleged illegal tax levied for the purpose of erecting a new school building in the North Bend district Wingate Ander son and six other taxpayers have filed an action in the Powell Cir cuit Court against Hugh Johnson James French trustees of said district and J M Kennon Sheriff of Powell County This is an unusualsuit Many technical questions of law will be present ed on both sides A motion for temporary injunction will be made Before Circuit Judge Bcn ton in Stanton on Monday Juno 15 1008 Attorneys 0 F Spen cer of Winchester and Roscoe Conklin Welch of Stanton rep resent the plaintiffs i If you need a tooth pulled without pain see Dr S P Ham mon at the Red River Hotel for few days only Mica In Powell Wm McIntosh of this city has brought to this office some specimens of mica which he foundon land about one mile from Clay City The sample looks to us like the genuine Mr McIntosh has found several traces of this mineral in Estill countyalso and hopes at some future date to be able toy develop some valuable micas tlLit1ie31 Welpp lfrMclritosh is one right track for something that will help build up this country The taking away of our timber has only helped to build it down ft so we would now lijie to see something of a more permanent na Lure o Have that new set of teeth made now whihvyou cau getthe work done nt4home See Dr Hammons at the Red River Ho tel for ten days only t We are Offering our Usual i Bargains in Millin tY Come and See us We will 1 j i try to Please Youk Mrs W R Btsf t F I tIIII fcI City It i J 1 of u L THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUK8DAT J E Burgher lubllsher Solscription Rates SO Cents per year in ads vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday June 11 1908 CLUB RATES For tIle convenience ofour subscribers we have arrangedclub rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal x3100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 cc LouisVllle Commercial 75 H Home and Farm 75 ANNQUNCEriENTS I For Congress We are authorized to announce A FLOYD B YllD as a candidate frConr OongresslonalmDemocratic partyFor Clerk Ve are authorized to announce CHAB EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLOJID candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party That Jackson Federal Court The Republican party in the Tenth Congressional district takes much honor uuto itself and bestows much praise upon John W Langley our Republican Congressman for the establish ment of a Federal court at Jack son It does seem that Langley is an unusually slick creature The people off this part of the district do not know what it is to be beaten outof their homes that they have improved bought and paid for but in Breathitt and nearly all the mountain counties the land owners are being mo lested daily by Easterncapital ists who have dug up what they call old land grants and are en deavoring to swiuale the natives out of their possessions They hav6 brought s t in many cases in the Oircuit courts of their dis tricts and these cases have gone to the courtof Appeals and all been decided in favor of the oc cupier of the land basing the claim that fifteen years peaceable possession makes a clear title o ven though it was sincerely beginningLangley by many of these people worked in the interest of the capitalists in getting the Federal court at Jack son so thqy could be sued there in the Federal courb instead of the State con rt and under some interstate technical point beat the citizens outof their land the homes which they and their an cestryhadspent all they could earn toimprove Thus you see Langley in getting the Federal court for Jackson was working in the interest of the holders of the land patents and not really in the interest of the masses of the peo pIeMany of ithe people of Breatli itt and other counties concerned are just now fin of the club Langley has furnished the enemy and it is claimed they are up in open arms against the schemer who has posed as the friend and that Floyd Byrd will beat Langley by one of the best Democraticmlbi iswiththeYpeople of the mountain portion of the district what was the real motive of Langley in getting tHis Federa ourt the intent begins to look very bad for the Congressman Reward for a Reason TJvq Republican Congressional Committee offers a reward of 1150 00 for the best article not exceeding 1000 words giving a reason Why the Republican PitHy Should be Successful Next November sllpreltended toincreaso its reward as few shrewd writers will write upon false subjects these days unless the compensation nina up close to the thousand mark and none but a very shrewd writer could possibly manufacture an appar ent reason for such a thing If the Federal office holders cannot find a reason Why the Rppbulicah Party Should be Sue cessful Next November the case is gone anyway Not that these offce holders embrace the best imaginary reasoning talent but they have so muchat stake The only reason why they shouldrestrict the artilco to 1000 words seems to be that that is the limit of understanding with the majority of the party in some sections of the southern half of the country The Democrats at Stanton Sat urday made a wise selection in picking the County Committee A better selection in fact could not have been made for any of the positions than was made J H ORear of this city who was made chairman is a hustler in politics and when the time comes he will his b Vfaffcthingsr- ing Chairman has tilled the posi tion well and many thanks are due him from every member of the party in the comity With the new committee at the Wheeland all hands of the party up and united the Democrats hope to carry the county this faIl by two hundred majority or more They should ever keep in mind Kentuckys motto United we Stand Divided we fall 1V11so Precedents TheWinchesterDemocratsays It is pretty tough on Taylor for Governor Willson to attempt to justify his sending soldiers into counties without the request of the civil authorities by pointing to the fact that Taylor did it when Goobel was assassinated Taylor did that to protect the as sassins that Willson is now calk ed upon by his party to pardon and if Willson is looking to Tay lors administration trprece dents he o ghttqfindn prece dent for pardoning Powers for Taylor did it Fpe Lillard who expressed so much love for the Democratic party last winter in the Legish7 turo when Jie cast his vote for Bradley for U S Senator like the other three traitor Democrats who also did likewise will be conspicuously missing at the State Democratic Convention at Lexington topay 1 ese Govern er Willson decides tosendaije detafchment of oldiersthue un der Lillards command Prohibition must prohibit in Kansas where thirty fiye of the one huudred arid use countieabf the state have no jaila and Jtlur tyseven have no criminftf case pn docket at tile present time Fortyone cpuritief are withoutA single pauper and twentyfive Rave nq poor houses This is a v result oftt number of yerrs of prohibition rule xr 1 The result of Saturdayscoun ty convention haj 21 tld two of the delegates at front rom tuckySenutQrtMqreary and areI plenty of mafemMo select the other two frphv a id the only question is whicllwo from eo great a number shall receivehej honors JSK r The Times Isal tda IY rQ ceiving complinieJTtltf fromprom inent citizens of ntythO say it is one nt soundest and best local papJi Jr gbhslied The pubHshcr dou ytappreeiates- the comPliments lbccauso it is Powell county that has theipa per and becauseii property is our own j The City Coini cams very slow to meet tgaiW9BsidOs the regular June meetfBg therd has been three adjOur d meetings without A quOrumlt may be necessary to havea other teacher elected to gettk tension high enough to set aSuoruni qnce more Bradley says lmlJl support the Republicanti tand con tinue in that partut ho says he cant promiseTrthjs of every Republican in te It will take such men cadley but a little while tq lI tl the good- men from any y May he nevercense to dwAllwith them Did rloJsnore harmonious onVention than was held at Sfantpn Saturday A small doseoI Republicanism makes us all be ood for awhile Snc1o wm ii tias been a lected he looks and reminds us a little toy with his firstpair of new gallusea j i Hows This WpofferOllo Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured byiHalls Ca tarrh Cure IiJ Cheney Co Toledo Ohio We the undersigned haveknown F J Cheney for the last t 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business tranRaoiidns and financially able to car fiat any obligations made by his firm WaldlnR Kinnan and Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O JTalls Catarrh Curb iaVtaken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfacesof the system TeetinioniaiaSSent flee Price 75 cents per boitle Sold by all Druggists Takn HaWs Family Pills for con stipation1P 11Thm Be PresidO 1 This is a presidential ysar and everyman oust read tokjep fyoatr td on politics The Couri r=JoAi ttHENRY WATTERSONEditor tl laa Democratic ewer built pdot8thneW8 as it dctv epOe Jilar a year is the pfice et the Weekly Courier Totlrnal But ou ctn get that and JHETIIfE BOTH ONE YE Foil One lfi9J r If you willgiveorset rorder- to this papernot to Donner J lJi 11Mit it l i ywS 1 Jf JrtSEE FOR= I 7 Eve fythlng new ta f i it I r i I UPTO= NOWa 1 f k r j =IN= h Ijnjy Dress foodstitc 1 j t Y it 1oifi wJ d Notionsi a0 r ftloireGtPrices on Correct Goods 4s ff il I an inducement not held outfe you eyyv r iE i1trh but that is watchworderyt day our t and it always insures fine Dr in at f i a moderate cost which should certainaIlyP1easeuA1L Mrs tit W0 Wi11iafl2i ffr i f GLWNiCHP ENmUCKf T o fr t It 1i iL the Whitest White Cake ijJi t The Lightest Light Rolls iit ri And Flakiest Biscuit ift t r te r- AreMndo J f Y NbonYoIiUMo f1 5t Pearl and Bate Pride Hpt pT Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed jne 1 = MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY iJ Sold by our Leading Merchants j j- r The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds Coughs and Whooping Cough Sold under pos= iiive guarantee Your money returned ever fails It is the OnlyremedYlbatcures in one dose andwith- osltvomiting iI Always a on 1If maysV your J cliilds life Recommended by physicians Pnce 35cts per bottle FOR SALE IJY DRUGGISTS 4 7 THE ILESSNER MEMCINE COMPANY SlylrtprsEMdMySMs H F p r To Subscrbers Remember that the 1 new pottil priesMitfyelyprohibits the Times too subscribers Ain are lSmontlis or morebehind on sub 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of Butlerj Mo is visiting relatiyes in the countyIiss Norma Westf Winchester is the uest of lier sis SteV MrsO9 Flynn VE Heflin and B T Fox of dlark couiity were here I v Monday tobuy some cattle JL Martin of Viuton was i the guest of his son Dr Wm Q Martin the first of the week j We are sole agents for Queen yJ Quality shoes for women Hardwick Co Stanton fr The Christirtn Church of Wing cliester sent an excursion of three coaches to NaturalBridge Tues AV day tMr and MraJA Rogers of Xena visitedMr andMrs H r Oj Warmouthfrom Saturday till ir Mondays4 t lF Mrs Mary Hall was taken sad denlyJll Monday and for a time her condition was considered 7 quite serious We pre sole agents for David k rksSonshHorso Shoe bran- dt clothing Hardwick Co v J Stanton r Elder L J Reynolds of Bour x bon county is in the city the v guest of Dr J W Williams k and on afishing expedition- f Marshal Johnson was taken sick MundaynighLIrehassymp- f atoms at malarial while his head rc 4 where ho was struck by assail ants a few weeks ago still both fv ershim much r llrs Ed win kRose who has been for some time in the hospital at r t dngton for the treatment ufn seyere attack of nervous andop= t trial trouble ihas returned home She is 1ti improved hut not t t yeitjf liliyjfoiieved I L jjWe I are golo agents for mens and v boys Liberty brand hate t Hardwlck Co Stanton ti J Wjllie tPiickett t of Clark coun Yyi nmein Monday hQVd- ayI I and got a Uttle too much tea anaproceeded to amuse himself r by flringhiB pistol on the street i +r Q wa ii tutd ci Btody liettrmed and locked up t Vf gQtoeSiiy CQnd 2boree Wagon with b dill rplenditondttionJin labfbir 14 a1 1 rtEN t I Ito all w l will pay up 1fr- f rearageeand one year in aaan t 1rJIweUriendEherSouthern Agneul ii turisfiee for one r J Tfl you I t Wtlittt donltaergattto Iikfotit f = j isone ti i ffrmppereiubfieiiod MrandMrs A T Vhitl visited relatives at andy Hook lust week i I Joe Botts of 1ft Sterling is here fishing and is the guest of John P Gaylord AIr and Mrs Wens Mountz Sr are visiting the Iatterssister1- 1irs E J Wallace at Irvine this week Dr Ellis Spraff6f O inRr o and John Spratt of Decatur Altt 8pdnfc nfewdays fishing in Red river the first of the week The examining trial of John West charged with the murder of George W Spencei on South Fork Friday Will w becnUedat Stanton Wednesday June 17 There will be an ice cream supper at Rosslyn Saturday night June 13 Proceeds to be expend etffof benefit of Shiloh Metho dist church Everybody invited There wits nOJloruDl at the reg ular meeting ot the City Council Friday night and the meeting was adjourned till Tuesday night at which time again there was npiquorum Adjournment was thenp1ssedtil1 Friday June 19 The Clay City Spoke Company which has been running the greater part of the time this spring willclose down in about ten days fort an indefinite time This is one of the few spoke plants that has run + nyat all since the panic at1Cllt is hoped trlfit it will be a ble to start up again inon few theoutputis As a special inducement for you to try a suit of our Horse Shoe brand clothing wo will for a lim ited tmogive you a reduction of twenty per cent b V- Hardwlck Co Stanton The examining trial of Robt Hardwiok non Cried and Clay Knox charged with assaulting VVm Foal Jr was held at Stanton Saturday They were held to await the action of the grand juryunder a bond of 100 each The Commonwealth was repre sented by County Attorney Jno D Atkinson assisted by Attor nov RO JVelch GourierJoiirnal OutS A Special Rate fz25 For The Campaign and Election Forthe first time in its history The CourierJournal has mode a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of thepaper isf a1 year or 3 for six mpn tl13FQrttheCR alan a rate of 8125 has been made to apptyto orders reached during the months of June July and August After August 3l the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptipns received during theeq monthstt this rate will be entered onthe Courier Journal mailing list until December 1 next when all will expire Send in your lOrderp at onpo through this paper The earlier you get1nTf htTW6r6 Tialiers y6u receive Henry Wattersori has announced lwillilUpIporto end and tic believea the tickpt will win 4n Novembet The Louis v1ileTtmaq edited by Col W ii fiaidiroanihaB made the same rate 1t under the same conditions OheTimea M this beet iDemooratie afternoon paperpflntpd ianywliere Th 0 i CityITiiBftB one leaf and either of theidbore daily papm from this date t9VeeeWberlst1Q08 for only = li0 4 i DEATHS Id1 Theinfonjhfildof Mrs Cora Stuart of Mpreliead which developed t casajf whooping cough while Mrs Stuartwas on a visit to her siDirs EB Mc Gtoneof this c iy died in a fow days after Dire Stuart returned to her Mrs EllhKRoundtree died at the home of her father W S Roberts in this city Thursday night Funeral services Satur day at the Christian church in this city of which1 she was a member Burial irhe cemetery hero immeadiately after the funeral which was preuhed by the Rev R A IrVihEMrs Roundtree was a lady of many admirers She leaves a little child besides her husband Shade t Trees Oak iJor tiny other kind of trees stan di on the roadside is deemed a shlfdo tree by the Kentucky Court of Appeals and th owner oftabutting land aswell as uo else be prosecuted ancUfpunished under toe statutes cut ting such treesThere is no law against owners cutting and using the Timber along their place where itjB not held for shade trees 4 Acting u1Qerorders from the National lieacjqiltirters the strike of union inineft which has been on in Hopkins Webster Union and Oritt ndicouqties since January 1 off J Notice i Trespass rs All persons are hereby notified that ailhun i ndtre8pas8ing is forbidden by the undersigned who will prosecute extent of the law all persons violating this notice HUTSON r Notice I will on the fcthtf day of June 1908 begin my slttfrigs as assignee of Wm Morton Coat Morton Cos old place of business at Slade Ky to receive claims against the estnta of Wm Morton Co assigned F George iP6rknerassigneo I 1 for B F Y Undertaker- S r- w Keeps a FulliSuppty of o gjCoffins Bu 5rIalRoflesand e Suitsc o Also can fwrnlsh home Hade Cot o fnsto Order ffnlshort Notice I a When Deslred WestBenfi Ky i eoeoeeReeeooJPf1AUPPIN Watchmaker1 i rJeweler J All Kinds of Watch and Clock i Repairing OH iSkfort Notice and Reaaojwble IHi SATISFAC TION GUARANTC D Line of Jewelry f pactacles Call ledae a la the Ted RIyar Hotel CLAV CITYl iiKBNTUCKV ft +tt1 + + +++ JJ t 1 J J TIIE ICLAY I ICnpltniM H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Transacts any busineu connflent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individual Solicited Interest PniVl on Time Deposits rA 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 v I I Premo Crimerasss s Columbia GTraphophonep and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main Broadway Hall Orders Solicited Q Q HUSS and D C DUNIQANj Props We are Now ReadyF- or the Fall Trade v 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 childrenis 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 tenderfeet 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 andstrive to please you t SwannDay Lumber Co INOOIIFOItATtO Clay City Ky rrcTT fa rwr r nrINSURE WITH I tF A LYON SON+ The Leading Insurance Agents t- f of Eastern Kcntuclc + f + i Represented Over oI tlW++ + + + + t f + + + u + t+ t+ t The man who is always tellingt what he would do if he were in I the place of some one else sel dom knows what to do in his own place PROFESSIONAL CARDS I R A IRVIN M 0 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY e B R SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Thee H Dodging Perioda womans life Is the name often lof to change of life Your come at long Intervals and scantier until they stop The lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering bytaking Iil OFCARDUI It IWomansRefuge In Distress t relieves the pain nervousness a Irritability miserableness IfAInting dizziness hot and weakness tired feeling etc throughthis youruteYou can get It at all druggists In 100 bottles DEATHuderedwrltesVlrgtala on Aid until I took Cardul which cured whodldnt THE CKILDREKSS IUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEoVICKS Group and Pnwimonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered HIM ants Physicians Three Sites 25c5lcuiiOO FAMILY SAFEIUAKD Combined stimulant covering and per furnishingAntiseptic with every breath Results T13 tonishing Relieves in twenty minutes abortcs Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold i Cihnktml to bo wHhottt U Sold by druggists Money returned If riot satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY COIII IIPressedtlthe sick room We have produced the delicious Naboth Grape Juice for belicvctjsyearsIor progression 11tter each year im proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing aid I developing Nabotli Grape Juice now going out is we a little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of Vthe Concord Gripe token from he duster in October The delicious swertnese is due to thosuperiorqualityofNolotli Concord j Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to Comply with the National Pure Food law Delidous lure larigont lag For sale by dealers THENAIOTHVIHEYAPIDS Brwtw = Newark 4- I s KimbrcII Very few attended the circus from this part of the county Mrs Vienna Ourtis is visiting her sister Mrs Ann Patrick who is sickMrs Samuel Emus visifgd her father Wi F Mclutosh near Sums last Saturday Misses Lillie Hnrries and Mary Burton visited Miss Lula Mcln tosh last Sunday SPOUT SPRING Eld B S Burgher of Win Chester was here Sundity Several from here attended the show at Olay Oity Monday Mr and MrsjHF Ohristo pher were in Irvine last Friday Eld J H Johnston will preach at the school house the third Saturday night Eld J To Turpin will preach at the Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday morning at 11 oclock The pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday was occupied by Elder Geo W MclntosbA good crowd was present and a good meeting enjoyed by all Ohris tian people present JeffbrsorvVille Mr Jolinie Adams has purchased the Scholl property Mr truce Salyers and wife have gone housekeeping Miss Bethel Wilson is very sick but is slowly improving Uro Adams filled his appointment Saturday night and Sunday Mr Clayton Townsend left last week for Nevada where he expects to locate Mrs Laura Wilburn yJBtteJJfMre June White of Crooks Bathcoun ty Saturday and Sundl1YI Mr mad Mrs Farmer Frisby of Rosalyn visited Mrs Frfshys pa rents Mr and Mrs James Welch Decoration day West Bend Mrs Sallie Hudsorr visitedat Mrs J A Roberts Sunday Mrs Emma Everman attended church at this place Sunday Mr Charley Eastin IS visiting his brother at this place this week Miss Minnie Hudson spent the day with Miss Allie Berry last Sun dayMr G W Haddix and family visited at Mr T G Moreheads Saturday Mrs Mary Dalton spent Satur day night and Sunday with Mrs Carrie Roberts Mr Chas Roundtree and wife of Rosslyn have been visiting the for mers parents the past week Misses Lillie Gracie and Mary Ware and Sudie Curtis spent the daywith Miss Nancy Berry Sunday Several from this place attended the funeral and burial of Mrs Thomas Roundtree at Clay City Saturday The Supreme Court of Ken tucky decides that the market value of land sought to be con demned for public purposes such as roads is that sum which the owner who desired to soil but wasnot compelled stf to do would take for its in its present condition and what purchaser who desired to buy but wasnot copt p lledtohaveitwoti1d give for ittUjider tliecircurastance 4 k yWe can alwa thinkofn joi of reasons whiotlletpenpl aught to bei with vM they havetA little pushis often more lasting tlian a stroll pull Tire Antl S UCrusade Everybody shoaldrlp stop the public splttlnghlbltXby sending a two stamp Y our attractive unique hanging cam which warnsr n gainst spitting I People will take notice of this oaad and once seen never forgotten jAddress Doslttw- C4R1a CO11807C teau St Louis Mo Let J P Matt pin fix that clock or watch for youClharees reasonable and eutisaodon alwye Renew your sufi ription today KILLTHEQOUCHAND kingsNew IFOR COUCH IO PBICB A H o I hlh Free AND ALL THROAT lU TROO LES GUABAN9JD ATISFAOTOBY- OD MONET WUNDED 1 X130 EAftS- EXPERIENCE 11 MARKSDESIONS COpYR161HTa etc sending a 1IMt11 and description mar ueertAha our asImonwhether an Invention la proheblrItlonlltlCti rntenu lent free tMest en seeu nIf ale nlll PatentS taken th it latheeo reeelYl notlt without Scientific linericatt A handsomely tarrest eye eolation of any CIISeurnall1Ohl 3 II year tour IOf NewJQrkI TIn Wnchest Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiERsro iI re8 Capital Stock2diffOOO Sarpldsl20030 eolicittheaccouHof We intivid gals firms and corDoraSens 84 r Lexington EasternRy Effective Nov 1 x1906 BA8TBODND No 2LI DaiexSuSi No4 Daily Stations P m A M LV Lexlngton22v 785 Wlnchester 818 LiE ulctlonD 82 bitty Oity4 O02- rr Stanton 4l4t110Camp- tonJune44p Dt Natural Bridge 446 K D42- II Torrent 4jftTO 968 II 1017- II BOattyvilleJuno53 k K Junpt U 1li ArJacksonO131120 DailYJ 1W Biiex Sun Stations P M Am LVnTackBn 22 r 6uo v Tllnnf 2 n I 615 II BoattyvlHeJunoa2 VT07 If Torrent v730 II NaturalBridge 83 40 85tStantonII O1nv City 47u- sII LEJunction6Ort 854 Winchester 5 2i 012 ArLoxiiigtOnCONNECTi3tS 5 fIJttE Juilction 1IRRN J- and 3coiinec with CtDftirr4l1tSWt lingtrOampton Junctlqn Iseon fleet the MQuntaln Ctntral for CamptonTrains Nos3 and 4 WlllVmiiice con neotonat BeattyWile rjiwcMon with anfromTrios4eonneot 3 lowleteilonii ontlmtlli c Y 1 0 1- r THitGLORIOU GOLDEN CLOCK FREE 1 fir a few minutia of youi4 time N one who has a homo to jive In can afford onI thlt y GO JJEN OPPOftTUN IttTo secure FREE of charge a Clock the most Important thing In the homey And such a Clock tool BEAUTIFUL GOLD AND GUARANTEED FOR TEN YEARS READ EVERY WORD OF THIS GREAT OFFER Q To let this beautiful ClOCK FtEE Is the slmp 8t thhig In Ufo world All you nave to do is write me a postal card anti say you want to set it I will then send you by mall pre- paId a carefully Wrapped package of handsome portraits i of George Washington and ask you to show them to your neighborsThese are copies of the best known palntlnz of thee first president of the United States and are different from and handsomer than any plo ture of the kind you ever sawThin Is just the picture for the diningroom or sit ting room and because the very name George Wash ington strengthens the love of homo and country in old everybodyI make You only have toj collect 10 in way to1 make this Glorious Clock VourJl forever CHANCES yfil MAl jI liftS Go trlib this Cluck aIolor Kte Polite nryw il TWO BEAUTIFUL EXTRA SIFTS Jin addition to the Clock I have two other lovely presents which I wilt give you two more handsome ornaments which anyone who loves a pretty home will be delighted with One of these sifts 3 will send to you FREE AND PREPAID as soon as 3 focelvothe postal card with your name on It The other one I will give to you just for being prompt in following my Instructions I will tell you all about the second extra gift when I send the first one which I will do as soon as I hear from you BO HURRY UP YOU TAKE NO TWO EXTRA 1notscribed It and It it does not delight you in every way you may send It back and I will paY70U handsomely in cashforYour trouble Also if you get sick or for any other reason fall to collect of the 5 I wilt Pay you wel for What you do So you see YOU CANT LOSE so sit right down and wrlteto rue as follows R MDIL OSBORNE BInnnirer Nnybvlll Tenn1leaae Bend me the por traltot Geeorge TVaabln ton and complete ontflt for earnlne the Glortoa Golden Clock with the understanding that this does sot iliad aseto pal y One cent s Then put your name and address s The Roof is one if the most important parts of any s rudture and if you contemplate building it will pay you to consider ttife many merits of r JM ASBESTOS ROOFING A ROOFING OEStfRyiCE It is made for service the entire body fibire being constructed of tough Asbestos Sheets each imbedded in the highest grade of Asphalt This construction Insures durability Ittiladmira ly daPt lf iiRofiiigor SidingsItrrequires 1 painting Book1efRwll1g u able information on the Roofing subject Send Postal today tH W JohnsManville Co t I V Ilr4L Jv ClevelandJ O l jj In r Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTHt Should ReadIc An t 3 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