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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 50 Cents a Ye in Advanced We are here to help Clay City Surrounding Country and Ourselves 11 Burgher f I rutiiltlerIRHI I i iir Li CLAY CITY KY 1 RSDAY JUNE 38 J90K ti v 1 i AGOOD AllTime Resolution InStock good Qualities everything honest deal lings Goods delivered Phone 32 I r C SHIMFESSEL l I 1EIIANcE MFG Co- L k winciiester Ky 1 a1 1 Joo doors i Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts J ft 17 Felt tsttttttt t us c I received a full and line of I Linons Linen Lawns Sheer white and Colored v tY BuUdingPaper Roofing Flintoid Roofiing anilEtc Your estimates ISend Shipments hava just attractive Summer Goods 1 IncludingIndia Waistings Chambrays Shirtings c c A beautiful line of bank and side combs j Fast Color Dress Ginghams that yele 12Jc reduced to ito Beet Calicoes 7 Granulated Sugar CJ The best 16p Coffee in the market Perfection Flour and Meal always on hand At Lowest Prices Also Fresh canned Goods Moats and Lard all low est prices Will also keep on hand Sbelled Oats Peed Corn and Sfelfstuff I will buy Chickens and Eggs eith er for Cash or Trade J B EATON i 1itii 1 I f = = = i TijfelVe Months Dead bine By ordr rfcPostofEce Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed an scclPtcUw matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In complymgftipjthy new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names M fmcnbers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped when thojmubacription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from UjJftUie dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher Y r JBtV Circuit C wt Circuit CoucotivenedatStan- ton MondaytliJudge J M Benton prejidin and Commonwealths AtoM B A Orutch er present ySKs Judge Benfeii delivered his usual instructions to the which was clear SPIelly that if the juries would urgent requests the violatorodf the law would have a hardr r to hoe The are very prominentitiany cases and n number of j jdg lawyers were present P was an unusual number in alttndance on Mon day t There has en three killings in the countylnnce the last term of court nndf iotments in these cases will b returned at this session i County ca dates were galore and the hapMftst men there All were mostof success in their races No dljididates for Congress were te and no public epeecheo wer ado The gia 11a 8 r tp8ditf giinT rt t ohnYY est and BufordCoxfor the killing of George Wm Spencer on South Fork recently Trial is set for next week In the cases of Dave Edge John Young June Walters Jr and Claude Alexander indict ment was returned against Edge charging him with striking Mar shal Johnson with deadly weap on with intenttp killand the other three were indicted as ac cessories to the crime which oc curred in this city about four weeks ago The bail for Edge was reduced toi500 Judge Benton overruled fl de murer in thelncaloption contest cases which means that they must be tried before a board con sisting of the and two nearest Magistrates This will then be Judge Derickson and JusticesI D Potts and Wm Davis r Another ruling of Judge Ben ton was that the sale of lemon extracts was not a violation of the local oplfiiyi law though bought and used as an intoxicat ing beverage V Dr S P Hammons assistant of Dr 0 BDixonof Jackson is located atJJio Red River Ho tel for few only where he is prepared to i do of dental work nt reasonable price All work guaran i The prevailing dry weather seems now beginning to cut grass gardens and Uie oat crop short Oats are loohir bad and it is doubtful tIn at this time could save tfc almost a failure Income surrounding sections O ins have fallen the put week but hlSlsnot the case inthiscnty i E 1r vq + 4 Harmonious Convention The State Democratic Conven tion which met at Lexington June 11 was a seen of harmonious gath erings Evory body wanted the other fellow to have a say and some of the honors There was no spirit of selfishness at any time displayed The district conventions of the state were held in the morning and there was not a discord in any of these meetings and every thing was lovely Harmony was the watchword in the meeting of the Tenth con gressional district convention and no contests were waged for any of the offices I S Olinc of Pike county and F W Seriff of Montgomery county were e lected temporary chairman and secretary by acclamation and only one name was placed in nomination for the other offices to be filled F A Lyon of Lee county was named for State Ex ecutive Committeeman and Henry Cox of Morgan county for State Central Committeeman Delegates ko the National Con I iWPChy tttohnO Mayor of lins n an Thomas Stuart of Clark county Alternates Joseph Harkins of Floyd county John M Har graves of Johnson county Elector R B Friend of Estill coun ty assistant elector Owsley Stanley Congressman from the Second district was made chair man of the State convention Speeches were made by many prominent Democrats present 1 including James Stanley Mc Oreary antI Beckham and all for harmonyIt decided to send six del egates to the Denver convention to cast the four votes and these are Senator McOreary Governor Beckham Congressman James Colonel Halderman Senator T H Paynter and J 0 0 Mayo Henry R Prewitt of Mt Ster ling was chosen chairman of the state The Lexington and Eastern will put on a West bound Sun day train beginning Sunday next I regularsame time the East bound train arrives See time card elsewhere in this issue The railroad com pany desires to make this serv ice permanent and will do so if the patronage will justify the ex tra expense After we had printed the inside pages and after we had the forms made up for the outside pages we received a card from A Floyd Byrd withdrawing from the race for Congress If you need a tooth pulled without pain see Dr S P Ham mon at the Red River Hotel for few days only John W McKinney one of Powell countys famous and pio neer cattle traders aged seventy six years was stricken with pa ralysis at Patsey t Estill county r one day last week and had td be nverydangerousto not improve under medical treatment Work is progressing nicely on the new college at Stanton and in a short time the building will be complete In some parts the wall is put up to the top of the third floor It is the intention of the promoters to have the building completed in time for the fall term lWtj 1 1t fiF iClearance Of our Entire Stock at BARGAIN PRICES I I Trimmed Hats 50c to 500 Street Hats your own price Flowers Wing8fQuilla and Plumes at prices that will makoyqu buy f Hosiery Belts Gloves Combs and Hairpins Everything is included Inthisr sale as we mean to close them out These are Cash Prices bnly I You Cant Afford to Miss this Opportunity Respedlfully Mrs W N Bush THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERT THDB8DAT J C Burgber lublisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mall matter Thursday June 18 1008 CLUB RATES For tbo convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rate- with the following papers at price below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal llOi Cincinnati Enquirer lKLouisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 7 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce A FLOYD BYRD as a candidate for Con greas from the Tenth Congressiona District subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G LEE WAINSCOTT of Clark county ns candidate for Congress from tin Tenth Congressional District subject to to the action of the Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce OHAS EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce Joiu P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party About Those Pardons Governor Willson has fooled no one in his pardon of Powers and Howard except himself thought ho could play hypocrite as well as these red handed mur derers be turned loose but he failed We never talked with anyone that believed all the stu dy of the cases in the world und all the guilt convincing testimo ny in the world would chapge him because ho made up his mind the day he was nominated to par don them soon as practical to the best interest of his party if e lectedWhen he saw the strong bands welded around a united Democ racy at the State convention he realized that there was no more fooling the Democrats with hit wicked deceit and thought best to pardon these men and not i wait until after the election as nothing could stay a Democratic majority of no less than 40000 A Republican exchange says the pardon of Howard and Pow ore has cost the Republican party ju Kentucky 10000 votes Does this paper mean to say that that is the number of Republicans in thp state who doesent believe the murder of Goebel was a righteous act Everyone knows these men are guilty the only question being was at right 01 was it not for them to conspire and shoot or have shot from am bush under the protection of sol diers an innocent man who was attending to his official duties If Willson had said that while there was evidence of guilt there was also a pretended doubt in the minds of some though he would not pardon on this account f 1utas they were both his per sonal friends and political allies and as his party in the State was so unanimous in wanting them pardoned and as it was under stood that he would do so when he was nominated last fall he was morally and politically obligated with all the honor in his soul to set them free guilty or innocent right or wrong Arid that he himself was anxious to see them enjoying liberty regardless of thfeir awful crime and that he besides was acting upon the case as a united party measure he could have been regarded at least as acting honest in the case This is the true reason andeverybody knows it For Jailor George Stephens the efficient incumbent announces his candidacy for reelection as jailor sub ofsthe Democratic party Mr Stephens has made a good officer and to date has never lost beingIa 5very rare record Since inducted into office Mr Stephens has cut out dancing from the Oourt house and has taken good care of the county capitol HeisasplendldDemoeyathay ing always been loyal in the sup port of the party nominees If elected and he will be if he is the nominee he will continue his efficient and satisfactory service for another four years Mr Stephens is a sober temperate and discrete gentleman worthy to fill any office to which he may be elected and it is only through the solicitation of friends that George is going to make the race again For Congress In this issue appears the for mal announcement of G Lee Wainscott of 01 irk county for Congress Mr Wainscott is a firstclass business man and be ing a good Democrat hei possesses all the requtred leraenteXof a theTeDecon sideration from Democrats everywhere in the district as they might search a great while and find no better man for the place There is no reason why a good business man cannot make a good Congressman as well as a good lawyer if he only applies himself to the duties of the office as Mr AVainscott will do if elected While this county by previ ous pledges will likely indorse Mr Byrd if it is later proven that Mr Byrd is not the availa ble candidate Mr Wainscott will have a strong claim on tho coun tys votes Some people over in Illinois Keutuckians perhaps dont like to send their children to school with negroes and for twentyfive years have been trying to get the courts of that state to uphold A law to maintain separate schools The trial juries have always de cided in favor of separate schools but each time to only be reversed by the higher courts In pass ing upon this question last week the Supreme Oourt of that state says that white and negro chit= dren must attend the schools of that state together and that no separate schools for white and blacks will be maintanedand that not only must they attend school together but that both pe groes and whites must study to gether and recite in the same classes Such as this occurs only in Republican States where the negro is so courted to hold them in line for their votes and in that way keep the office- sRepublicanslike the Democrats are for revising the tariff The Republicans have frequent ly before revised the tariff and each time they have revised it in d = the interest Of trusts The Democrats will lee tlio tariff jn the interest a people The question nw 11 ho DemQ crate or 1 epubsbe allowed the Jf t people really want tariff r v1 in their own interest they lKbetter pasflkit up to the Deni h and that they are going Tbonighti liSitQa ti IiSclaimed to havelWeen pat to an end by the sqldi rs and they arc being withdraw s The truth seems to us t1 fttylave done nothing and harhad but little to do and no ba ness out in the st teat allt e m Gov Willson hade to look like ton cents t fitfjVook him two months hard stu night and day to determine Hownrd and Powers innocence t WIU it only took most every other Republican 2 secondsNothing ti is morSconyincing of a Democratic InatoTity this fall of no less than14 OOO than th- epardonoftbejssins before City Council rants in adjourn ed session Fridajyjnfght New saaAiyrTraln The L fcE Railway will put on Sunday trains Noes5 and 2 Sun day June 21st ti will leave JacksonX1700 A M Beattyville Jets 750 Natural Bridge i 8 25CI Stanton f52tClay City 902 Winchester j94C II Ar Lexington O25II No2 wnlleavdXingtJn on the same Bcheudle a8d t theweek 2 lipmo Iftbei trains intention to put eBi permaa- nently winter aad elimlpier Hows TM We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio We tbeundersinedt haveknown F J t15 years and believe hm perfectly honorable mall business transactions and fi nanciallyable to carry batany obligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan andMarvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O nails Catarrh Curoitf taken in ternally acting direct upon the blood and mucous suffaceeof the system Testimonials sent free Price 76 cents per boiUeV Sold by all Druggists fy Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Who Will t Be PreSidputY J This is a presidentiahyarrand every man must read Vojkeep posted on politics The JournalHEb1RY Is a Democratic Nowspsper but it prints the new as it de lope One Dollar a year is the pof the Weekly Oourieuiiiirnal Bufyou can get that r an l THE TliESBOTH ONE EARtfTOR One o11ar If you will give or sen4t ourprider to this paper not to iarierJournal tj Y- w Y 4 Y 13 Bt + LI1 Li11 ie72 72 1 c r SEEi1Js IRvferything new atdA 1M UPT NOW r 0 ijs MfJllh ry Dress Gcoods 1 and Notions t Correct Prices on Correct Goodsiis i anjinHijcemetit not held out to you ev ery day but that is our watch word and it always insures fine Dressingat i I a moderate cost which should certain t I 1y Pleise All =FOR I t Mrs J W Willians ci j f CLAY CITY KENTUCKY = J J The Whitest W iteCakei 1 The Lightest And Flakiest Biscuit iti I Are MudoWhenYouUTio r Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteedz j MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY ftdtI Bold byour Leading Merchants The guaranteed cure for Group Colds e Coughs and Whooping h Sold under os itvB unrsmtee money retnriieifif ever fstila It B the only remedy that cures hronedoseandfrith tvomiting have a bottle on band Itmayave your childs life RecommendedbyphysiciansPrlce3Scta petb eIFOR SALE BY DRUGGISTSrTIE ILESSHER MEW ME WVWtMtW9nMqW9 To Siibscrbers Remember that the new postal laws which tOok effect Jan Itt pos itiyely prohibits Us from mailing the Times to subscribers who are 12 months or more behind on subscription Thisforceeustocutofls- ome good names each week whic tr we very much dislike to ol out we must obey the law If iyoUare cut off dont blanig thep4bljeher- Pleasorenew and not miaB anisBuer dtbllly ffeldtilo s7toqsg ed ehbteenwas iitauthQbreast h the ball in agi me4fflasebtlil laud iu8tnntykilGd ow i r i TIF SaFRUIT r4yORNAI1Iaw fivery thing for rI Orchard Lawn and Garden = j r i 1 Our Smwberry Plants areiMneyi Cl kenfIDr1 them Writefor r- FREE Cataloue We 1 btt JtJj0 ekfhave no Agents eL tIp tI rj riHfU LYIUIATOIfkKY w t 1t tFJ l i rjr r d f i it 1 r TtME8lir f AN ALL hIOME rDE PAPER THURSDAY Juno 38 1008 t r LOOM BREVITIES k 1 I xIiuNt UTAINIJC01Snop l U have had some unusual ol Xeaih r forJiine this week r MrsLuther Loving is visiting relatives at Bowling Green Several from here have been in Y attendance at Circuit Court at I Stanton this week L t i Luther t vi win Louis v vine and Lexington a few days the first of the week We aresole agents for mens ands = boys Liberty brand hate V Hardwick fc Co Stanton v The General Association of s 4 Baptists held a most profitable cession iii Louisville last week Mrs Vim Snowden Sr con tinues lit a very low stage With consumption at her liomo nere Powells Valley x v 1 We are solo gents for Walk- Over shoes for men- Bardwlok I cis Co StantonI I t 0 Shinifessol and Tom Rqsj sow the famous Nebraska Indians l play the crack base ball team at Mt Sterling Tuesday Chas W Friend County Attorney f of Estill county was mar ried Juno 10th to aMiss Oar pen ter at MiddlesboroKy k We are sole agentsfor Queen fi i Quality shoes for womenIv lHaraWick Coj Stantonwa i 1ottPo Mrs Dtr NStindors4kndbiiss xfcuife Belsorof6reensburgi Ind are Smith a sister of the former I N Bowen Who last fall movedto Elton Wischas returned to Lombard but thinks of West again next Spring 1goingare sole agents for David 1 Marks Sons Horse Shoe brand L clothing Hardwiok fc Cot tt J Stanton Dr Smith reports the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs D Adams 1Friday Juno 12 and the birth of a to Bert Eaton Sunday i June 14 I TrankB Russell of Louisville a former postmaster at Clay City appointed Assfsiari- tjjlergeantI at the National Repubv I lic1nQonVent bn at Chicago The protracted meeting which a8 to have begun at the Motho i8tcliuroK this city Jaiielti by stinglJI lafter but one nights I l This is the time ofthe year when cattle are frequently killed yiy eating wiltedleavesotwUd cherry trees When either green j ordead the leaves will not hurt tlimibut a handfull of the leaves wilted will kill a cow in thirty s minutes i f Wagon for Sale t Ono 2 hoTce Wagon with edin- I plepdidconJitjpn lor ealoatabar y jain JOHN W HB Rt lL To Bali who will pay all ar rearages and one year in advance t jW yillJtsenatheSoutherJlgri u- li turifltfree one ysar you f yVant It dpnltrfprget tp ask for it I jjPPhiB Agrioulturtet lsione of the best r 5 farm papers published i iIJ R Ji4 pr t n 1 I i f nai iW tY 9 hj 7tj fe t r 4 e Dont forget to ceiebruto the Fourth in Clay Oily this year I Monday June 22nd will be the longest day in the year and after this date the days will gradually grow shorter again Wm Smith who was sent to the penitentiary from brie coun tyeibteen years ago for manslaughter was last week paroled His time would have expired in October Governor Willaon gave free and absolute pardons to Caleb Powers and Jim Howard Saturday and as signed as a reason that tho men be yond every doubt in the world were innocent of the crime Mrs W N Bush has suffi ciently recovered from herre cent severe illness to be able to give personal attcntinto her store She is now conducting a great Clearance Sale and will be pleased to meet her old customers and friends at her store again Daily CourierJournal from now until December let during the campaign and the Times One year both for s150 Subscribe today Cement Property Disposed of J0 Patrick has disposedof the cement property at Stanton for1 large consideration He will however retain a large interest in the company which takes it over The land is being surveyed this week It is said that work on installing the plant and putting in the machinery will begin at once The plant will be even much larger than was first decided upon As a special inducement for you to try a suit of our Horse Shoe brand olothingwe will for a lima lied time give you a reduction of twenty percent Hard wick Co Stanton f t Ban OalftIt v Some fellows form Pilot View came up and tried our boys a round Sunday resulting in a de cisiyo victory for time visitors Our boys are qut of practice with a ball and it scorns that on this occasion they let the game slip ostensibly as a bait but it may be that that is about all they can furnish just now with a promise of somereal ball playing later on CourierJournal Guts A Special Rate of 135 For The Cam paign and Election For the first time in its history The Courler Journal has made a special out rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper leOa year or 13 foreix months For the campaicn agate of SlvfiiS has been made to appjyto 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 willbeentezedon the Courier Journal mailing list until December 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlier vougetinfthemorepapcrsyou receive Henry Watterson has announced that the Oourier Journal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end tqendand lie believes the ticket will win in Ndvbmber T1eIiouis villa Times edited by Col W B Haiaiman has made1 the same rate 125 under the same conditions TheTiraes is iha best Democratio afternoon paper printed anywhere ThetlayCty Times one year and paprsfromffonlyL O f7 AJ 1u F 4- w Y- y Mesdanies glho SVilliame find Ida Hai of Bid Stone Gap Vaare iting the form ertebrother R Cassidy The r ite clover is fine and it evtdnb fsa good honey ve rTh f d tobo a number of beetliiis county but off recent years seem to not do so well ai Io are now but very few titans of bees in the ijecountyA Mil lal MIxUp Mi ssMAgg1rtPay daughter of John Day At Morgan county has married fpn brothers each one in rotation according to age As the Sadduce said to Christ Whose wiflwillshe be in time resurrection i Robert Elkins was her first husband and after his death James the next brother married herfAfter his death the next broths i Barley married her and his death Monroe the fourth and last brother took her to wife3Of course the usunl time of thewr intervened be tween theseafrnarriages and by the first two she had issue which makes the biothers and sisters first cousins She and her last husband are till living There is probably not another case in the history ofjKentucky like this Her second was uncle to her first husbands children and by rnarriage jhe became aunt to to her own children Hazel Green Hearld People in the cities neer tit small towns but tliere are worse places We prefer living in a small town where the people will sympathize with you jry6u are in trouble and if you havenU any trouble they will hunt it+ up for you Notk tb Trespassers All personRare hereby notified that all huttingand trespassing is forbidden bvihe undersigned who will rosoojI the extent of tIle r ns ola8inttbi8 nb tire In B HUTSON Notice I will on tbe8th of June 1008 begin ysittings as assignee of Wm MortonCo at Morton Cos old placepf business at Slade Ky to receive claims against the estate of Wm fMprton Co as signed- George lii Fbrkner assignee I eeeeeeeaie eeeeeef BJfMERRY i0 Undertaker Keep aPpii Supply of Cofflns Caskets Bu r rial xfobes and Suits Also can lnifili Nome Made Cot flan to Order on Short Notice s When Desired J S West Bend KyIIi e e- eeaeeae ft eeeeeeeeeeeee- r 1 ++ + + + + f I ++ + + + + + + + i J PN UPPINW- atchmaker1 l iI 4 Jewel AH Kinds e Watch and Clock I Repairing ejfifSHort SATISFAC Notice and- Raasonebie0arsa TION jQU tAKTEED Unp of rYft Spectacles Call and beeJme In the Red River UetllhtiWlsg c CLAY CITY KENTUCKY ti r 1M 11 THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL H BANK iAY CITY KENTUCKY I Capital lSOOOOoo I ISurplus and Undivided Profits OOOOoo M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Transact any business coonfient with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corporation Firm and Individual Solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits rr II 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 I Premo Cameras I U Columbia Graphophories and Records and Door from Corner Main Broadway flail Orders Solicited Q Q HUSS and D C DUNIQAN Props We are Now ReadyF- or Your 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 feetshoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you 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 SwanI Day Lumber Co IHCOHFOHATID Clay City Ky f INSURE WITH i i F A LYON t AgentstThe Xiiemrniico of Eastern Kontuohst it Over 200000000 i t s Represented I Every one wHp tppws anything about insurance know 1X theyare leaders s line 1 A +Hf+ + + ++ ++ + + + X t 1 t- T a r 4 d The man who is always tolling what he would dliI he were i n the place of some olio else sel dom knows what to do in his own place PROFESSIONAL CARDS y4h WMM1J41W1Y4MMK1yNW WN MMIMh R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY BilePoison has a very bad effect on your system It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all Its fearful Ills Thedfords BlackDraughtIs blood purifier It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness Irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It Is not a oath tic but a gentle herbal liver medic ne which eases without irritating Price 25c at all Drullsts I THE CHILDRENS GUARDIAN L THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS I Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nines ud Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEQUARD perfectAntiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every as tonlshlng Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six i hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis Coldshe Oflmlnal to he wHhoui H MoneyreturnedIf WICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO U RICHARDSON Mig ChemW Prop Greensboro N C r Pressed from sI ted Grap 8 Tor thou ncol1I l the sick room We have produced the delicious Naboth Juice for many years but we believe years product is the crown of Cjon- Naboth G11 c Juice ttindj for progression welter each year Im proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing aid developing Nnbolh Grrpe Juice now going out is we thlulc a little better than ever before Jv color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Gripe taken from he cluster in The delicious BWC ctncsi Is dec to the superior quality cfNaLclh Coucord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the NalionalPure Food Invigoratelog THE HAB07H VINEYARDS BrMtM Hew York i t fIl SPOUT SPRING Several from here attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Joe McKinney was below Sat urday and Sunday visiting rela tives Johnny Wright rind H F Christopher went to Winchester Thursday on business The infant child of J A Our tis died Monday at Walters Fet ry and was buried at Jacksons Chapel Tuesday Johnny Wright bought the R D Ramsey place near here at private figures Possession in thirty days Mr Wright will then move to the place Eld J T Turpin preachedat the school house Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday night to a filled house each time Ho will preach hero again the second Sunday in Jul- ykimbiiell Preaching at Jacsous Chapel next Sunday morning and Sun day night Mrs W G Patrick and children visited in Olay City last WednesdayEld McIntosh and G S Ware were at Irvine this week on business James Winn lain this part of the county this week surveying for various parties Born to D F+ Blanton and wife formerly of this place now of BamiltonOIlBson The infant child of Mr and Mrs Albert Curtis WIS buried at Jacksons Chapel last Tuesday The National IssueDlub meet s atKimbrell OhapeknextfSatui t day at 2 80 pm The ladies are invitedMrs W G Patrick visited her sisters Mrs G W Lewis aifd Mrs B F McKinney at Pilott View last week Samuel Adams and family of Log Lick were visiting Mrs Ad ams father Dillard Lackey of White Oak the first of the week Notice A competitive examination for the purposoofappoinlingune prop erly prepared student to the Ken tucky University A and M Col lege free from all charges for tui tion matriculation fees room rent fueland lights and to have all the advantages and privileges of the college and dormitories free except board will be held lit Stanton on Friday July 10 lOOb Said competitive examination shall be open to all persons between the ages of fourteen and twenty four years Examiners fee one dol jar each R A IrvinJSr Supt Rosslyn Mr and Mrs Jeff Crow had as their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs W G Morton and Mike Ewing Vinton Lodge No 41 held the annual decoration and memorial services at 11 oclock Sunday The Juniors gathered at the Yin ton Hall and held a short meet ing and then marched in a body to the cemetery Order of exercises Songquartette InvocationRev J E Town sendDecoration of the grave of George Grow Services cdnducted JbyJ E Townsend j Those present ifroni illo lyn h s4 i were Mr Andy 1W M Howell Mr andiranlc Crow Mr al1dMrsl W Martin Or Mabel Morton Ida Martins jM Messrs Jess Morton and MiJ wiilg The Anti5fiW9KT Crusade 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a home to live In can afford to miss thIs truly GO IDEN OPRTUNITY To secure FREE of charge A Clock the most Important thing In the home And such tool BEAUTIFUL GOLD AND GUARANTEED FOR TEN YEARS READ EVERY WORD OF TillS GREAT OFFER To get this beautiful Clock PRHE Is tho simplest thine in the world All you have to do 7s write mo a postal card and say you want to got it X will then send you by mall pre paid a carefully wrapped package of handsome portraits of George Washington and ask you to show them to your neighbors Those portraits are copies of the best known painting of the first President of the United States and are different from lctarean Tits just the picture for the diningroom or sit ting room and because tho very name George Wash ington strengthens tho love of home and country In old i and young alike everybody will want ono of them and- IWIllbe glad to pay for It f liberal proposition I will you to make You only have to collect J5 In this way to make this Glorious Clock yours forever t IIHO V EXTRA 1e1 IGo with this Clock hwJ to i TWO BEAUTIFUL EXTRA GIFTSIn to tho Clock I have two other lovely presents which I will give youtwo more handsome ornaments which anyone who a pretty home will be delighted with One of these gifts I will send to you FREE AND PRE PAID as Boon as I receive the postaCllrd 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 tho first one which I will do as soon as I hear from you so HURRY UP YOU TAKE NO CHANCES TWO Keep addition In writing to me because If the Clock does not prove to be even better than I have de scribed It and If It does not delight you In every way you may send it back and I Will pay you handsomely In cash for your trouble Also if you get sick or for any other reason fall to collect all of the f5 I will pay you well for what you do So you see YOU CANT LOSE so sit right down and write to meal follows D R OSBOUNE Maaarer JVnahTllIe Tenn Plen e aencTino the porV trait of Geeorge Washington and complete oatflt for earning the Glorloa Golden Clock With the undemtnndlnsr that tI U doe not bindweio IIT1fJone seat Then put your name and address 1 t The Roof is one of the most important parts of tiny structure and if you contemplate building it wJll pay you to consider the many merits of Co JM ASBESTOS ROOFING A ROOFING OF SERVICE ItismadeforsetvJc the entire body fibire being constructed of tough Asbestos Sheets each imbedded i l4fWShighest grade of Asphalt This constructionineuree durability It is admirably adapted for Roofing or Siding It requires no painting Booklet URwillgive you valu able information on the Roofing subject Send Postal today 0 tB W JohnsManville Co i w V 1 1ClevelandO In Presidential Year 1908sThose Who Want the TRUTH Should Read CtAnlndependentNewspaper THE EVENING POST DUIUNQ THE YEAR 1008 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY JFREEANewKentuekY Governors Wall Atlas Front Isaac 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