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T 0 t t I1 i y 1ViF J 1 + I4 5 tiJIl t E apr w bt fN m tIt t 1J1VF 1 r f t 4 4 I IT L X1 rg y JT11E r 1 CLA4 Cfi f iIJIIf tfIt m ME 8J tI Itfir J 4 1tJt ef TO 0 t S AJ y P td wr 40 7t v 1PIr IIf 1rWe Want I n J Your BUSlneS9 Jlj l- I I 4 Arid nayeas an inducement get your trade j 7 oneofthd best seleded stock of Goods ever i btotilitto Clay City Have whatyou want i andat prices to suit you and the times We i i can clothe you we can feed you can furnish a your house from cellar to garrett and caJcWpply j your wants in anything else you need where it is rtftI the business of 6r5tclass store to furnish Jftk i1 R yi 1 f will Mlways Appreciate a 1 a Share of Your Trade t I I I 10 SHLMFESSELj I TA fibIANefi MrMlc k t Ji1f DCbct t r nyIto We MaQUfacture Sash Flooring ddors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Verandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts 6 We are for and Etc ttlttti tt estimates 0 ISendUShipments fI a full and line of Summer Goods IndlujMrig rInenn Linen Lawns Sheer rvhit and colored i tiYaletings Headquarters Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing Your have just received attractive rndf ChambrefsBkfrfinge ko kb A beaut iful line of back w rsiaeconibs L o Fast Color Dress Ginghamst- hat wets 12creduced to lie t 7 eCalicoes 7 t 04l Grauulated Sugar CJ r fy yv The best I5c Coffee in themorbetr Perfection f Flour and Meal Wwayson hand M lowest Prices Also+Fresh canned Goods Meatetand Lard all low sat pricee Will alsnikeep on hand 1SMl 0t8Pee4reena d Wpatalf eithter for Catchor Trine JiB EATON s yi l 4 f r t tiV 1 I r fl 0 p o n1C n welve Months Dead Line By the POsto ice Departmentall weekly papers n no longer be Iced nddass matter to subscribers twelvt mpnths or more in arrears- n ivith this neW ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 aaoiee subscribers from thistime on wijI to promptly drop pdw subscription becomes twelve months Mtdu keep an youTeg J der the dead line by paying ne year in adva rPuhlisher a W L Court 4 rho buA t In Circuit Court proceeds tinterruption may 0 cases 1 deposedof In jhe tl f G Baker vs Jeff M kinney the correct title to a strip of verdict was rendered in far kcKlnney In the cals Ving te Anderson and others ugh Johnsonand others iegai the collection of some achoolTan account of oh app to the Times two weeks ago ti irt sustdined the injunction Wing the Sheriff jlugh John Bothers trustees from colJecUti rtax- in the caa6 m tomnionwealth vs drover West West and Bu ford Knox i Kvith the aur- ncerder of Geor on South tFork 6 was called in court Tueeda w continued to second day of November term jtnd Grover WestAttoriHgij White jentered a vdttcebf behsfdeb Jut the t i 1 the dofenda ewanded to to jail and thee nUnued until the November Of There seems to be g bad case inst them In the case of Commonwealth vs David Edge o t arged ing Marshal Job son with deadly weapon with intent to kill was piesedto November term of court Edge gave bond for 1000 for his appearance and was released from jail The other three men for con spiracy have heretofore been releas ed on 1000 bond If you need atooth pulled without pain see Dr S PA Ham mon at the Red River Hotel for few days only NOTlCEDEflOCRATS By order of the Democratic Ex ecutive Committee fthe Tenth Congressional District the Demo crats of Powell county are called to meet in mass convention at the court house in Stanton Ky Saturday July 11 at one oclock p m for the dfU selecting and instructng if deeired delegates to represent the county at the district convention to be hold at Irvine Ky July 15 11K8 the 4 4I nominate a candidate for Congress and trans act such other bueirieee as may properly come before the conven tion J Hp REAR Chm 0 ExPreflident QKVerv Cleve land died yesterday morning age 71 years ThereinotnoV1ivtug anothetexPresi 8rit S S Taulbee Judgof Breath itt County has Announced for Congress f I Dr6rP JIJlu nonfassistant bf DQ Bl ackson s located at the 1lW River Hotel for law day joil where fee is f paratOdoJ YlKrd8of den tal at reaBOB e All workgparanteedkN Ja it 0 t p Council Meeting The Oity Council Janet in ad nightJunelar business which come up each month All members off the board were present texcept Coun oilman NewkJrk Tlie usual number of bills veVe presented and allowed r An ordinance was passed requiring the owner or occupier of the mill race to keep in constant repair bridges at the street crossings over therace at least eighteen feet wide wilh sufficient railing on each side t A proposition was submitted by the railroad company to 11- 1the crossing at the bank if the city would furnish the necessary draintile for underneath This was rejected by a unanimous vote of the Council and the com pany ordered to build new bridges at each crossing at once Councilmen H 0 Warriiouth J H ORear and Luther Loving nt Jll com nittee toconferwith the company and try to get the crossings fixed without further litigation and it is believed that this can be done Algin Hisle of Nicholasville with some other young folks came to Waltersville on a fishing tour last week Algin came over to Clay City to get some liquor got drunk flourished a pistol and got locked up He is in for several days now on a fine for the postol Lively Primary + The Republican primary in the lard judicial district Saturday was a very lively and strenuous affair for sucjf Amoral party The Circuit Judges race was the most interesting Judge G W Gourley who moved from Beat tyville to Lexington some time ago and Judge J P Adams the ipcumbent who moved to Beat frorifV Iagoflin county to hold office were the contending candidates Adams seems to be the most popular andwe ddrit blame the of the district If they had to go out of the district to get a candidate it IpQksbetter to get a mountain man for the place than to get a man from the Bluegrass capital The SunSentinel doesnt like our comments on the work of our It totes fair though and publishes our article in full which should interest its readers The article speaks for itself is self explani tory and any read or can read it and understand the meaning and they will not bo diverted by what the SunSentinel may say That Republican paper which says the Kentucky Democratic getPowore 4 YiA tt I 0 Tn bfthe Republican party leaders claim they got Geobel murdered as an accomodation They are not used to paying so much for trio ial matters When you accuse an individual Republican with what the whole party has been guilty of ever since it became a party working for the classes against all the common peoplehe will rise up and say malicious slander libelous The plain truth always hurts r- w Y Clearance Sale y 4 Of our Entire Stockat v I BARGAIN Republicans Winchester Congressman unprejudiced PRICES m I Trimmed Hats 50c to 500 Street Hats ij your own price Flowers Wings Plumes at prices that will make you buyIifHosiery Belts Gloves Combs and Everything is included in this sale as to close them out These are Cash Prices onlyIYou Cant 4 Afford t to Miss this Respectfully OpportunityI i Mrs WN Bush I THE TIMES ff PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY iJ B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year ijuil vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass niaillnatter Thursday t June 52 190- 8CLURATES For the convenience ofour sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and + CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEflENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce G LEEWAINSCOTT of Clark county as candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to to tho action of the Democratic party For County Clerk Vo are authorized to announce CURS I wEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of theDem- ocratic party For Jdlor We are authorized announce Joni P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Ged Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party To the Democrats of the Tenth Con- zreaslonalDlatrlct Owing to the fact that since my announcement sli candy date for the Democratic noimna t10bfOdJong some very imp R litt A irisen which willnecesserilycrass py almost my entire time and a tention for the next few months I have decided to withdraw from thoOongressionalrace I desire to thank all my friend for the loyal support which they have given and offered to give in this race and I want toassun them that I cannot fully express my appreciation of their proffer cti support Hoping that some good Demo crat may be nominated who will majorityor he may be my eanest and eh thusiastio support I am Yours very truly A F BYRD Taft for President In the nomination of Secreta ry Taft for President last week cQuldnQhave Taft has every appearance of an li estIDJnaDl she is said to be fully imbibed iriBbpsvelt refer mationIRoosevelt is the most r man in the United States toda and by his not accepting tin third term Presidency he ha perhaps chosen well for the fu ture but if he could have consistently reelected ther- would have been a gratified public Roosevelt however is not s popular with the monopolies trusts and grafters as other Pres idents have been but with the common people he is the hero If Judge Taft is a chip from the Roosevelt block and should hi bo elected and prove as hones and fearless as Roosevelt all willl be well And should he contin ue to adopt now reform measure e and enforcing theta by thetimi his tour years is out he would bt a fullfledged Democrat We are satisfied BrYlln ill be the standard bearer of the Dem f f 4- Y i oats this Jallali assuch pro believe will lead the party to victory but should lie fail we are proud to knob tliat there wilt still bean honest and man 1itie helm andthaKtJi prosecution of the busts will be continued f We are expecting this cam paign to be the most decent in yoaes as we have two clean sari dilates Both being an honor 1t1 their respective partiej a Judge Taft has had the opportunity tp strain his reputation as a fudge but he camel clean and is deserv iiig and thegood Kepublicanpi Kentucky may congratulate themselVs upon havingso clean a man to vote for in their party once more We are sorry to learn that Jas S Sherman tho running mate of Taft is so different from him Sherftian la from New York a Representative in Congress from the Twenty seventh New York district the President of theU- tica Trust Company a member of the Committee of Rules of the House of Representatives who on every ballot has voted with Speaker Cannon and his follow Republican associate Dalzell of Pennsylvania to pigeonhole legislation demanded by labor organizations tariff revisionists free trade with the Philippines and other Democratic policies advocated by President Roosevelt It seems that the party was aiming to catch them cummin and agwyne Sherman is said to be able to pull the boodle from the trusts and it is expected for Taft to pull theiothereide IiTJa nt thiitkt KKentuckytHoward pardons Everyone knew what he would dQ and it is a relief to all that the cases are over It was hurting to all lovers of justice to see it done ibut sooner the ordeal is over the better for all Before the election last fall Willson said in his speeches he would not pardon Powers and Powers said he would not accept a pardon as he preferred to be and could be cleared before a jug ry of twelve men These statements and the result are only indirect keeping with Republican tactics and of course are not considered anything out of the or dinaryforthem We hope that the stink from the case will soon sink into 6b aliveeno one any all feel badthe Republicans for perpetrating the crime and the Democrats for having to bear it The Republicans however atybulletsnone uff ever Democratic ticket a party which wheneany mem Democrats themselves are the actionoThe Democrats of this district have been somewhat taken aback by the premature withdrawal of A Floyd Bvrd from the race fpj the Democratic nomination forCongress especially when lie had the nomination already won and a certainty and this i8si Democratic year which mean an1 election for the successful npmfnqe lf e Mr Wainscottwhose announce ment appeared last week intbie paper is still in the field as a son from our noighbor Olark couhty and he i an jev wway deserving and should ie tr 1y considered inourcountZ 3onvention 0 Powell and rk sar closely allied noilier interesfs besides in th gressionaldi- strictbr aQQmi ftl life It seems t i r9aboutone tjird as many Pow oil county pjeppla naives Clark county t d afe liVib in the old county itself Blood relation fs allrIt certainly rut deepest ofrajl jlntfrom sociftj political and r e pqsitioni we are bound to w lve du cot1 toClarcountycandidatewhQeyor w In 10QO wfeRs fhj Democrats took hold of the5tate affairs they found ea large floating debt a bond dtdebt of f5oot 000 00 They at qfice reduced the tax rate and sooikeestablished- a good crodittfortkti State and later built a 1i00 00 capitol and paid forit p 1tall debts in eluding the bo nl indebtedness of500Pi f when turned back to t11eR ep blicanB there was l8QQ nBh dollars for them to spend wio Teeasury Within less th R months the anQoqnce stkis is all gone andoadollar to pay the State wet nts Legislaturefunds is now talk of at Frankfort as the only u80f relief What apredica t andinsuc a short time this record is kept up the Der ate when they coma to the li of affairs in 1912 will ieven nuch worse than One Renu paper say Youtseyw t y Demo wals fpr confess ion and thrathful as many other 0 is made by these papers hows We offer One tmdred Dollar Reward for apy case of Catarr that cannot be curedtby Halls Catarrh Gore F JiCheney Con V Toledo Ohio We the undersign have known FJ Cheney for thVJast 15 years and believe him perfectly1 honorable in all business traneactiona and il nancially able tocarry out afiy obligations made by his firm WaldinRiKinnan aod Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh C reieJ taken in ternally dire the blood and mucousvaurfacee of the system hstihioalalesent free Price 75 cents per b irtle Sold by all Druggists W Take Halts FamilyiElHs for con stipation S WhowmT Be Preslenf J 4 This is a presideHtialjyear ani everyman must read tb keep post Tli- eNCourierournal HENRY WATTEllON Editor 1 IeaDemocralic1 e erbtt prints the news Br iQr On Dollar a year is t ijrfee rt e Weekly Courisil Jouma salTHEDOTii ONE IXNIRR One 11 l e tyou willive or a ryour orde r to Inis papernot the puner Journal I S i or Prices Slashed I i 1 2 7 f 81 a EUIAL FOEr j v r- a gk KU 21 iy yr4Y f 7f 3 1 i G f i7 j 4 APPLY ON HI 0 Millinery and Y f t Millinery Goods i i iM1 t 1 p trMrs n4 W Wililaifis ci CLAY CITY KENTUCKY ioK J l t t xfThe Whitest White Cake it fif The Lightest Light Rolls i aTM t And Flakiest Bisicniit fJify ftf i jAre Mod When You U 6 i J I f r Pearl and Fakers Pride PurrmT- ake a 1I y no Other Efery Sack GnwMilBei MANUFACTURED BY JlL A CAIN VERSAILLES KYCo f 7 Sold by our JeadlngJiterebftnij I it I 4 A i JThe great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds iI t Coughs endWMopin Co Sold under a poe I JlAHn9 Vorirmoneyrafarnodif3t iCKervJiSi Its i onlyremedy 8 one deeaandwith vomituigr Al have a bottle on hand It may save f f child sli tecomipendedby physicians Price 35 cts perbottle 3 FoR SALE JBY DRUGGISTs J W1 ElI Et MuIctIE OOMliillYa111 hs ftilJ f 1 To Subscribers i tff W itTU A Ii+ Pemembsr thutHKa s iew postal laws lvMoh took effe t Jan 1st pus ballingetha Times to eubeoribere whp arfti I T2tnonth9 or PDLbehind qn eub scrjption Thia foreee us to outj ff some good na aq faah reekwbieli weyerymaohOrsliktQ do b4tmust obey tbn law Ttyoy CI1 tf dort blesrethet pf KPlease 1J Ilror is agreatdetil worse tltan ignorance butiitasimnclf better tolknow nothing than tp know- whatisuittrue o Rs J y r 7 T Tf1JlC 4 FRUIT ORNAMENTAL y vt IEverythingtdr Or iiardI wn anI Gardcp 1 rw i I W 4 A tt + uu ralvberjyPlatits are Tjloney Makers Try Wrhejfor t- MBS litiiioHUex AWjt it havenOtAgoDtS c- It 1 FHihumyer C SoI Xi 1iorl iXYr 1Z w y r S I YS i r utr 1 Ji II r i t1 4 f EtG s n cC RAN r+ j l ALIi HOMEMADE PAPER- THUR8DAY4 75 MJune25 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES i i DRiNk WAINSCOTS POP K MiBflYiola ourtneyofWin O11ai clIesterf is visiting friends here There was flveapplicants for certificates at the June exami nation r See our line of Sadies Drees Skirts of Iateflt78ty1es and patterns c irsJ W Williams r r V Mra CH Courtney of Win n J chestertvisited Mrs A T Whitt Saturday f Miss Flora Wilson has return edftom a visit to relatives at Moreiiead Dont forget the Fourth and come to Clay tlfty early and eel ebrate all day We are sole agents for mens and boys Liberty brand hats Hardwick Co Stanton Born to J N Burgher and P wife Thursday June 1Sauine pound daughter Ua rytJ ne1bragood crop year holds good this time it will be a corker for once We are sole agents for Walk- Over shoes for men Hardwick Jc CoStanton Dont that Marshal oris nowready to receive your city V tax and receipt for same JV Attorney Hugh Eiddell came andAer Miss Carrie Barnett is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 W Barnett near Winchester Full line of Ladies Press Skirts and material for making same in the latest styles and fabrics Mrs J W Williams r J MKennen bought this week a number of fat hogs at from 4 r to5 cents to ship the first of net I week The hunting season forhunt iing squirrels opened Monday and they may now be killed until February I 1 We aresoleagentsforQuellnQ- uality shoes for women j Hardwick 7a Co StantonT T1 Uir WmQ Martin SthiB y week moved ilia pMce from his residenceto the Jlay Dity Na c tionaiBankBuildiBg f1 I i Farmers arein the midst of fWheat harveflt Tje yield is good sthia tR tli weather has ybeea peJf qr theaItQryest hi M M M W B W We tare sole agents Jrfdr David arkB 4cSOn81g Prhoey ana Tr jclothing Bariwick kCo + Stanton jtrti t aMiss Maud Fletcher tis visiting f j friend at Irvine this week and I will spend fnext week with rel ativesn+Miinioftn nnnnrw Mimes JCatherie iahdlAbna Stoner Rash rare vj lt their brother Jin Drews Rashrat play City Winchester Demo 1 prat f Toaliwho iW n pay up alia z reatnga andFoxe inja vaiKw ewe en theCautiberxAgt1t- urret free foroaa jearIr yen- swaetlt den t fofgttotiek fee h The Aii l one of the beet- firm pa ers published t k r 1J f 6 y t 1 yrteWj c r j Independence Day is never forgotten in Clay City arid this year will be no exception fraily Courier Journal from sow until December list during the campaign and the Times one year bpthsfor eLM Subscribe today Mr and Mrs J+ W Pasley df Ewington were here Tuesday en route home from Millers Creek where they bad been on a visit to relatives Misses Grace and Mattie Oar rett daughters fthenOIn G GaYaett of Winchester visit ed riendttin Clay City the first of the week The blackberries are again and the crop is abundant This is the earliest the fruit has rip ened in years Usually July 1st is the timefdiyripe berries Mrs Lizzie dMiss Oallie Dicksdn returned Thurs daysfrotiiau extendedvisit to relatives up the O aTbey will shortly move to Portsmouth Ohio As a special inducement for you to try a suit of our Horse Shoe brand clothing we will for a lima ited time give you a reduction of twenty per cent Hardwick Co Stanton The Chapter Lodge of this city Win meet Saturday he27and Confer degree work on twenty applicants At least forty visit ors will be present and assist in the work Wm Baujgh ef Rift W Va will soon move back to OJ y- OityHe came to this city Fri day and will be in the employ of SwannDay lumber Co at their Jackson mills j3V BfoflheadQalrrel t Company are repairjug much The dam is to be used in dry times to cath head water with which to float logs to their mills The prevailing dry weather is doing great damage to the late potato crop and grass is beginning to parch up Good rains seem to have gone round us but little has fallen here for more than three weeks CourierJournal CutsI A Special i Rate of 135 For The Cam palga and Etocttoa For the Sret time in its history The Courier Journal has made a special put rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper Is tG a year or 13 lot air months Forthcampaign a late pf412ilias been et9 apply to orders received during the months of June lYaacfuguet After August 31 theregularratee will be in effect Subeoriptions received during these months at this rate will be cnteiedon the Courier Journal mailing list until December 1 next whenMl will expire Semi 5n ycuiiv dtat once through this paper The earlier ypirgefr in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson Has announced that the CourierJdiirBal will sup port theJemeoraUbtiekeffrpra end to end and tie believesthe ticket will win in Neveiaber The Louis yill rstredl by CoL W BJ Haldiman has made the sore rat- eilUnder the sane conditions The Timee lsthe beet Democratic anywhereTtte either of Hit afepve daily ijMipftrs froze this data ttiesembsrlet J 8 for only Jl IsOiL C f rR f 1 n 1 7 t 2g+ f Soma1iomegrown June peaches have p eared on tine market The gaalityis fine but the quan is yir limited There should be moriof ithis early fruit growb for truly Tabes the early bird tpe worm in every instance n r y PEATHS iid Mrs WSnowden Sr aged 71 years jSijsd near Powells Val Joy Mondwith consumption after a lingering illness of sever al weeks urinl Tuesday on Hardwicks creek Besides her husband fthe is survived by three children aad several grandchil dren She was a Miss McIntosh a sister tolCider N McIntoshof this city V- iSit L dowTWday and write H Fi Hllleneyer the noted and reliable LeXington nurseryman fprcatalogubaua make a nice se lection of fruittrees grapevines strawberries gooseberries rhil barband every person should have growing gardentIt liable and prompt and will save you about hai the cost if the same stock is bought from an a gent He wili ship the goods at the proper flfce make everything satisfactory But if you will not do this then give your order to the traveling agents as it is better than to not buy what frei you need at all Every peroB o has a lot large enough needs 4nore trees and now isa goodht e tb select you can plant laterI m i NoticeMra All person ereby notified that all hun L reepassing is forbiddee Ignedwho will proaec xtcnt of the law all person ting this no tics B HUTSON No cc rI will on thelh day of June 1908 begin my sittings as assignee of Wm Morton 5 Co at Morton Cos old place of bUBiness at Slade Ky to receive claimsagainst the estate of Wm Morton Co as signed r George Forkaer assignee B F BERRY l Undertdker Keeps a Falt Sttppty ef- S Coffins Caskets But rial Robes and S o Suits AHocan furnish time Meiat Cot tins to Order 9if3t9rt Notice I a When Desired I West Bend Ky oe eaeSfeee jP FIAUPP1N Watchmak r lJ e 1 Jewelerr f AM KfcHte ef WaMrMf n Clock ttaii Trmyii4TIWACa- TOI1O 4ARA irf1Dnine et Jews y do p ctac1 CtlL iMs see tfCfcrHie Rent IItCWIiMlTN BwJMiiKu CLAY CITY IaNTLICKY Jt t iVN 1 t 4 i c1 THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK if ciAY OITY KENTUCKY I Capital COOOOoo ISurplus and Undivided Pro1tar OOOOoo M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier TrantadU any bunneti concfient with legitimate Banking AccounU of Corpora ations Firnu and Indidual Solicited JntoroBt Paid on Time DDoposlt rA LetterTO 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 TacklerA now line of Post Cards received every week Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Premo CamerasII I II Columbia Graphophone and Records and Door from Corner Main Broadway nail Orders Solicited Q Q HUSS and D C DUNIQAN Props I I We are Now ReadyI For Your Trade With a Carefully Seleded tock of General Merchandise I consisting of most everything the Family may need I Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and I children u the equalof stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete t with shoes for the workingman shoes the gentleman and I lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children I and shoes for every body at prices to suit you I What is said ofour Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store I You are invited to call and mspect these goods we will I take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you I SwannDay Lumber Co OOoUUDIClay City Ky nn u NSURE WITH i- iF A LYON V0 SON t The LcadIBXInsurance A ontstaof Eastern Kentucky ft S weir 2 O OO OOOI Represented I tert Every one who knows anything about insurance know i they are leaders in this line v ++ i 1 1 1 H j ii+ tfMX u rt 4 r i 4 4 uw P + r A man will wait on a bank four hours for o foil that doesnt intend to bite but be woutgitflje ipin utes for his wife to get ready for church t1t TJH oft r i paPROFESSIONAL CARDS www w nwwnuuxxrwwnnuwwr R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D t PHYSICIAN AND 8UROre6Hs CLAY CITY KYs r Stock 4 Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal and Jowl on the farm- Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their livers to keep them well BlackDraughtStock Medicine keeps their livers worMftff and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Pout try Medldne Is a pure natural vegetable blood purifier And acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels t It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic DIst- emper Coughs Colds Constipa tion Fever Loss of Appetite Was ig Away and all the com mon stock diseases It Is a perfect medicine for general farm use Try It Price 25c for a large can at 1alldrtsggiemddealers 1 L L THE CNLDRENSS MIARDIAN I THE DOCTOR IN YOtlR HO- MEVICKS Croup and Praiaa F SALVEsr EXTERNALr Endorsed by Registered Nurses and I t Physicians t Three Sizes 2ft 50pandU0 FAMILY SAFE MUAAD atimulantcovetlngandpdfeet Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every breath Results asr Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Vh8oping Cough Head Colds its in gold 1CrLgfaaf to bo trHhout U ot Sold by druggists Money returned If not satisfactory PREPARED JOHLY aY- e VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES fc0a- L RICHARDSON lUg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C v f I1mccHrOIn the4cJ jrpflja lycltarc produced the delicious ffaboth Grape Juice for ffiany ytarsbut vrt product is tlio c believeppcrfcctl n Grape Ju cc stmds for pro greseloa Better each year Jm the wdom of enchearJ- exp in careful pre II developing Naboth Grape Tuice now going out is we think iA little better than ever before Ji color a oJthecluster UvOctQljcr o r The delicious sweetness is due to the offtaboih Crapes EveryWlifeJgutrijiteeUitol comply with the National Furs Fodd Invigordtrlag 0 THE NABOTH VINEYARDS Breeta vf + NwY8 kj t I r f v furnacei of Stat3napJiiyvisiledtinI Mr Vernon Bratton of Lucas villeaO is visiting relatives here lJc Olifton Martin spent Sun day with Mr R 0 Newkirk and familytHall who has been visiting this place for several days has returned to her home ra J at Mancelona Mich1 t 1 SPOUT SPRINGL- ogan Edge of Ford was here Monday night the guest of his Un cle Wm Edge Johnnie Wright is moving this week to the farm he bought last week of R D Ramsey Mr and Mrs Marion McKin ney returned Tuesday from a weeks visit to relatives in Clark A countySSquire Wm Liavis Loses m Shelt McKinney were among ttiVYincheatflrcourtJvifiitorsfromth place Monday Mr and Mrs Lloyd Todd visited the formers mother Mrs Nanni McKinney near Df E Junotio two days this week j I t4 1 VVest BendS- everal from liereattendedchurc at Virden Sunday James Roberts bought of Jung Walters one calf for 310 00 I Mrs F M Stone visited Mrs N Berry one day last Week II Miss Jessie Everman of gleievigitinglfrienda ftlife ply 11lrsalUeHuil ais ridaughter Mrs Iillie Evraat itl week c Mrs Wallace Hukl eof Winces ter is visiting her parents at thif place i Mr and Mrs LN Berry wete guests ofnSr and Mrs G W Berry Sunday f Miss Minnie Hudson was Th e guest of Mr ahdMrs T G Mffie head Sunday f Roundlyhavee t- lhis place the pastweek = i Mr 13F and D1 H Berry atfc KIlliH Ware of this are attending court at Stantonthie week s ifhereper at this place June the 27th for the benefit of the church Everybody invited KimbreU Q r Mr and Mrs Samuel Embs vis it dJIr Ernbs sister Mrs EN Kijig last Sunday iJI Dudley ddttmanNand t yi daughters of this t Irvine last Wednesday shopping Dr B R Smith of Clay City Joanwoosleyt sick ewMrs Chap Shepherd and Miss Sarilda Wiseman visited their sister JMra J W Tuttle last Monday II J f filledMsGliapel last Sunday morning and Sunday night yjie Nntionnlssuecubhchl meeting last Saturday aHd added five now members titsfirstmeliJjet8aretfge b ibt pfeeent- ny i and the n is abb invittoat- tend Meetln at thefsulll lwur28fg nfl AlH liwtl Judge J 1Kdl US won in tin Republican primary electibii ir the 20rd tidicialC district xeer Judge G W Oourley by nearlj t1UQtUaJRrlf f f4 AtlttLUot11 One outside TLid s tlthlSCOUIty hus carryfigrevery county in the district I r r qr KeepmgCool L There are various ideas aqoul how bust to keepciolin hot wealh er If Weary AY Ijie was aB edJp his pet reciperlie would probably answer 8ltoja t4chunk of ice inn tho shade 1 Zizy Lew if inter viewed Itndoubtedlywould say Be careful bywdoing any work test But we and rfVrced to str4tethat the ideas of bbtbjf gentlemen ate sadly in error JTp check thti sweat iugproceilBIdo ii coolness If W W ahdiL 4 would getup and work moderately and with due re r to noonday heat their temportittirewould bereal ly lowered for coolness comes with perspiration Then if they tvc itld stop using alcohol tdbVccof itecoladritike spicy and 8timuling fodds and strong tea and colFee they would feel still cooler r- Yeannd they ought to wear l few fresh leaves crownof their hats andljtake frequent drinks of 1 jlloticy water These precaution together with freedom from hiyand worry will keep any n icool in hot weatherJuIy rmJournal- ty ty compet atjon far the purpoe itfprtp erfy propretcHnelentuoky Unver and M College free froul charges fortui tlon matr oulati fees room rent fuel and lightstttoo have nil the advantages and vtieges of the college and dormitortesJree except board will be b1A1 Mat Stanton 01 Friday July 101Of1S Said competitif examlnatioi shall be open to aUpereonB bt twee the of fourteeliand twenty vfour fee one dul lar each w lt r1r inrtttf I 111Htivei teiltl tirade nosy v ile12lta1get th York dortel Dr Hammons atthe1RftI River Ho fel for IoWtduys9Jyt IJ THE I i linchestftBanktNoRATAD NH WlTaritsroewPress CapitalIStack 20Ob o a Sarpn 2001Q- w4 y yMy ryayRPywYPM N 4Ve solicit theses Rtaofln4Hvid- gals firms and coryaMtionswS4y tJrtt a i MO YEARS BXI ERIENCE ADRMARRU L DcIGNSdO C eeedPUOllmyqulekl a Y onitteotaIetrtUrconedenli reoelte i 7eaaletke wltboui TNarr r iltfNNO f I I ae 11JQI k t JkIee r- JA fi t- tf13 a k SUMM R FL E r ME ff tE1 Y 1 Noe3l hotndtLP j f snatrhf 4 ff No iJ 17aIly KM 2425 310 3 25 JU 4011 410 420 420 440 445 457 li18ll 616 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