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J 7 r P iA tI r r- w t rw j- CLAYJCITY I I c EJH J TIMESr i M Yoar 1 Awaac f t We are Jere to btlCIYtheSarraojiag Country andAarseltreJ E Burgher Ii iIs c tt PublisherIy V t XIII o c i PLAT CITYB Yt THURSDAY JULY 2 lOOt WeWarit Iv f YoUr Busine s t And have as an inducement to get your trade t one pf the best seledcd stock of Goods ever brought to Clay City Have what you want Y rand at prices to suit you and the times We can clothe you we can feed you can furnish I yourhosefroul cellar to garrettand can supply JI your wants in anything else you heed where it is i the business of a fire=class store to furnish it 1 Will Always Appreciate a f r Share of Your Trade it I Iee SH1MFESSEL RI2I J MSG Co- WinchesterI Ky chore Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc tltoresFronte f and Etc Send us Your ate PrmptSbipmentsIhaVA and attractive line of Summer Goods Including India Linrins Linen Lawns tSbeerwhite and colored Waistings RuildingPaperFelt j Flintoid Roofing eali Chambrays Shirtings 00- A beautiful line of back and side combs ti Fast Color Dress Qiiighairis that were iSJcy reduced tor Ho Best Calicoes 7 y ratUl t Sugar OJ 1 + The best 16c Coffee in the market Perfection Flourand Meal always on hand v r + M Lowest Prices J aI1JowFIIe 1sIMl tiI Peei Cora and SWpatMlf wilebuy I1 kentKI Eggs eith4 i ierXf Fatah or Trad- ei I de lB EAT9NL r y- i rr I t p LI b a t welve Months Dead Tine Byr the PostoficeDepartment all weekly papers can no longer be mailed M JI idclass matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears Ip ilh this new nng we have been compelled to cut off 300 nausea sad 8subscribers front this tine on will have to be promptly dropped wlrt lWi subscription becomes twelvemonths past due Please keep yoararfe nder the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher L Ao 4 WWe Want Saturdaybling the Fourthand the annaaj jjjcnic day for Clay City we to seen large crowd in towqa congregation of people who ofimo here for simple amusement This is the kind of peoplewhoasually attend wit- hhutlewex tions and this is the only kind of people we want with us Wl want only an orderly c lebr ion and the town will have member Those per sons who anticipate coming here for the purpose of getting beast ly drunk ll ilaving a time to their own tate will be disap pointed in the extreme and find themselves confined in the citys bastile YBboYB leave your pistols at home that day for our peace officershave as many shoot ing irons astJjey need and dont care to bel tiered with yours but if you iafcist on bringing it along tli ywill take care of it for you andSvill take care of you too jWJfif want all the peace lblepeo room here to orijothemselves and we WOWi tlhct1ther kind to stay itDO oa MHn 441 1 The Fourth picnic day will be a good day for candidates for county offices to mingle with their dear friends The crowd will be here and it will be Dem ocratic All candidates will be glad to see the voters and will be greatly encouraged in their race Remember boys all is not gold that glitters andall is not sup port that renders kind and en couraging words It is our opin ion that some one will be beat after the primary The Times is for all the boys and will treat all of them just exactly alike but remember it is yqftr duty to an nounce in theseicolumns your candidacy Thetimes will sup port the nominees regardless of whether they the paper or not but hoywould you feel theparty whose newspaper you have not suppor 4d NOTICEMIrtOCRATS By ordrofttKeJOembcratio Ex ecutive Committee of the Tenth Congressional District the Democrats of Powell county are called to meet in maes convention at the court house in Stanton Ky Saturday July 11 atbBQ oclock p in for the porpOBe bfx selecting and instructngif diwiirid delegates to represent the coxatyatthe district convention to btdildat Irvine Ky July 15 1008 tkVlito nominate a candidate for Q M and transact such other TJHKjiheBB ad may properly come theconveni tWn T0REAR Chm o Dr Smith anHOHBee the birth of a fine Demo4raltxt tho home of ChirlieMie Tuwday rune 12 UrJ Mrs J B D kjn18 visiting h r daughter MlorenceOla bam in Moiffi e L I Looking to Settlement The committee appointed by the City Council at its last meeting will go to Lexington tomorrow to confer with the officials of the Ken tucky Union Company in an en deavor to compromise the contro versy arrising over the keeping up of the bridges over the companys mill race in this city It is hoped that the matter may be speedily adjusted and the old bridges soon repaired A great deal qf inconvenience has been im posed upon the citizens of the city the past two months on account of these bridges being in badrepair and it is nowl oped that relief is in sight New Star Route Carriers Wrri Ware succeeded James Woolery over the star mailroute from this place to Union Hall July 1st Mr Woolery has made an efficient and trusty official and Mr Ware will give tire same universal satisfaction to the pub lic Samuel Embs is succeeded on the Spout Spring Kimbrell route by Thos Winburn Mr Enxba has4nade atufixceeding p bliging carrier and it is regretted that he gives up the job Mr Winburn will doubtless prove as popular with the patrons as Mr Embs Judge J M Benton held in the recent term of Circuit Court that the two saloons now doing busi ness in this city had a legal right to do so until their city license expire which will be some time in December I In Trouble Some More Algin Hisle of Kicholasville who was in jail here last week was released from custody on a sympathetic plea being in bad health Soon after he was released word came from the Sher iff of Clark county to hold him as he was wanted in that county on some charge or other Charles Eginton Chapter Lodge No Ill R A M gave degrees to fourteen new members Saturday and after the work was over spread a banquet for the benefit of the public which was greatly enjoyed by many citizens of Clay City Many visiting members were here from Mt Sterling and assisted in conferring the de grees It was in all a big day for this worthy order The elements seem to be fa RquityThose mined to raise a crop of tobacco have had great difficulty in getting plants set out on account of no season and what has been set out is said to be dying or doing no goud The eclipse of the sun Sunday was viewed by the greater portion of Clay Citys population smok ed glass being in great demand The sky was clear which afforded a splendid view The eclipse was not so nearly total as most people i expected it to be SwannDays big planing mill closed down Tuesday for an in defimte time The dressed lum ber sheds are full up and must be unloaded before the millcan start again Short orders is the closingdown A very good shower fell here late yesterday afternoon greatly reviving and refreshing the parched up gardens C S Hardin of Lexington and John Coliver of Salt Lick spent Saturday and Sunday with Clay City friends Clearance Sale Of our Entire Stock at BARGAIN PRICES I I Trimmed Hats 50c to 500 Street Hats your own price Flowers Wings Quills and Plumes at prices that will make you buy Hosiery Belts Gloves Combs and Hairpins Everything is included in this sale as we mean to close them out These are Cash Ptiesonly f You Cant Afford to Miss this Opportunity s Respectfully Mrs WN Bush 1 1HE TIMES rUBWSIIED iVJit TIIUiISIIAY HI JB Burgher Publisher SBtrh ion Pales SO Cents per year in ai Vancc otheriv1sc75 Cents 0 Entered as seconddliUS Mail matter 11 Thursday July 3 IMS CLyiJ RATES for the convenience of pur sub sdfibere we hsjve arranged club rates pricesIefiiwThe TIMES and J CourierJournal 100 i OinglnnatrKiiquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 H HOme and Farm 75 JiL ANNOUNCEMENTS M v t rOr Contre- utW I1 ibo tzed to announce G 111 W WsooIJ oCQlir cclily- as candidate for Congress front the TeutJUCoiigrMfQnnl Ijigtrjct iibject to fb the action1 6f the Democrntld patty v- For County Clerk Ve are authorized to announce CHAS KWKN candidate for County Court Clirk subject to the action of tho Ueinr- oeratie party r 4 Superintendent of Schools Ve aro authorizedto announce RA Irvin Sr cahdidiit for the 6lHce of County Superintendent ft Schools of to tho notion of thoiDoinqcratie party For Jailor announceTomI jrct to tho action of the Democratic party GcoHttphcns ject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Jas V Martin candidate for Jailorof Pow thelF r Ureat Slump fewijiskey Production in l ttt The internalrevenue reports ion the production of whiskeys tclliring trio past few months tell fii talefja luihprthatis upparal eled in the history of the liquor Interests of the country flighty per cent of the standard whi comesiromtucky Penppyjyniua and Mary ijand consequently the comparative figures one whiskey prod de lion in these three states show the general trend of conditions prqduction 110Qtwicfroms tercgse in Pennsj lvanja duriiig jtiho same time ranged from 7 to ft per cent while the decrease in Maryland was from4i io GQ per i ent l lhisdecreaseinrt1 e revenue Gfroiij tliq pr iw d m greaterhnnlimo past fifty years and shows jbpyond the question Sf Tdo11bT stbat the temperance crusade isi beginning to tell in a way that counts No wonder that the United I1ttto tltoyare going to bo good The internal revenue receipts show prp1ductionofY months has amounted in value to rnboufc 10000000 The decrease in the production iof distilled liquors is also a Vlarming In fpur months tine trfin the state of Penh v Bylvania and Maryland tliejnuni her of gallon 9f hisk6tprdduc I vd was fewer than the number produced in corresponding months of last year by 1000000 If theipr lentrat of decrease is Y 1Sr w kfptr upjhUnited Stat Brew ers Association will probably be holding another reform conven tion before the summer is over ShouldMalo no Mistake Democrats should feldct for Bryan running matoa man in accord with his Democratic pritif ciplos They should not jnakc time mistake theRqpublicansliavo- a ma oni nalnnlute rpttIl vhn are really further politjc ally tluuj Bryan and Taft t1Hpn selves rrl Time mass of wan a little true principle along wall tlieirsaH well as the offices whtl ontltaaheri Qc 114nantn tl Il6coins tobo to got t ho offices and deceitfully cater to the public so they can holdthem legislate fin favor of tho trusts so they qua get a lot of boodle from thqm and promise to call an extra sqs siomofCongress 5 soon as the elec tion is over and legislate some tqr the T QplH f 1I The Republican Congress it was that voted to keep secret the donors of campaign funds t while the Democratic members to a iiiaiiwere in favor pf tsuing the world know who puts up the dough The leaders of theg o p well know if the masses of the knew whq were most inu forested in the success of their party and how readily these eriL envies of the common people rolled millions into the corruption fund they would bolt the old party illcn stampede and help elect Bryan this fall 0 The Peoples Candidate The Rev 11 At Irvin announc es for1 Superintendent of Schobs in thus issue of the Times The Rev Irvin has for the past nerif ly three years been serving th11- 3cgziult tfs ice the experience he nqwn JfcilMi bVtte tfiltell fdt tlitfbrV flee than before Bro Irvin J tB had a wide experience nu airdd ucator and under his guidance the schools of Powell county have been greatly uplifted IIe tins conducted njl examinations strict ly according to law treating all exactly alike and has held the office highabove reproach Considering his worth in this capacity the Times believes Bro1 Irvin should bQ given the nosh nation without opposition but should he have opposition they will find it hard fo overcome the Rev Gentlenians popularity Brg Jryin vil ljinako no scram fle for ho njAtij tioh but the- goodpeople of the buntYIrt3 pushing his claims for him h i t fror Jailor The Times this week takes much pleasure in announc ing JSiir James it Martin Jrr r31rMartinthe Democratic party He conies dfal8rgo and influential farhjly of his linriie who compose Bojne of the best citizens in the cqun ty and Democrats too Thcjpar ty will make no mistake in glaimtforwill be elected and will make ap good J Urn8 time county ever had fig is yvell fittedtopr pqr ly take care of the office and fts noheof his famiy has ever ash ed for political prefermentit peQinaAliatjliJ5toJauri is worthy of duo consideration The cry willbe theFuIlDin tiioiai llbe fqrt1lC wft of the full dinner this time and aclain or fora4cliatlge jtliat vVthelrfUll dlIllier may be of more- subtaniial v fi yt leli ttc- trmglSY b G N tifun telitlliaperaLitl ate iix e bee CoA 1I1g Ibsin lions on the tsJiariTor of Senator Ueolelwbe t W ha killed a man and JivdirectTfffers thista j I purtiai justiflc ll1fo Is murder Tine is iatnful on their pnrtt lrl Jt Roosevelt Has ToM thaw it itiingahd lie is justly regHr3e by allaB a grout njiii1 gfJlij best mien in thftcoHnitry hnvo been farced to 4 iJthe3SiQ tlnngand nothing said k it as there should notbewlti they plPer for office vV iAll time aanPpgpular everIgotten in 4 olheeWLproitmOecLby- his Democratib ts If a half Democraiclbo1gfildmUch hotter from trio peOplen much niore could the rei11rtijeUlike Bryan A4 ot c t1 I Iit4 Governor Willsojtledthe fight in the EepUblicat conVention last week against tlieiienrtailmontof- Southern represeut tion in ComM press and coreditlie victory In this 1i waerightiandshouldre ceivo avwarniifeeinjg frGftjery Southerner tU SA i Since releasedfrom thin peni pentiarytJameaI1ownrd + juis se cureda poslt OJl I1 ipeputytq dt in Louisville who says tho peni tentiarv isnt uailjfying men for decent jobse Urey Woodson generul secretary of tho Denver convention announced tIm appointment of his assistants Tuesday and gave thirteen goodplac0s to Kentucky Democrats gr1owardrtoo The reader 1qf jhis will be leHSed to j arAttteiereie I at jst oe dread PCIw 4 JitsstngesOattirrli Guro iythepniyPositive cure now known to tharuudicnl fra ternity Catarrji bjjlngaoonstitu tionnl disease jreqyjrje8ii constitu tional treatment 1all1 Catarrh Cure id taker intprngllyacting directly upon tjie blQqdatjd fmucqus surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the Jpundatitvof the4se- ase and giving the patient strength by buildirgup the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative rOwe lthl1t they of fer OneHundred Dollars fo v any cafe that it fails toeSerd for listof testimq aials Address PJ CllE YCO fkrolcdQ ohio Sold by all Druggists 76c Takfl Halls F uiijy Pills for con stipation ir ir I WhoWilJ Be Pres1hdefltAxS- iiaaa I prrsi til rX nnd- every I rlmustr f orktep post- t d on politics T1te iGourier4 ou inal Ill+NRY WATTAR5I tEdttor Is a Denioctatic JJfewspipSi butvft prints the news aaitdevfilops Ojie Dvdlar a tiB PficOf tbd We k1yCoui rJournal hIJHEH i 3oIiJarI- f you wlJliglve drii i Y1mrbr4 tothsrMt att arrlert- Journal 1 + ol if1 1 l t f f r oPi r L Prices Slasheda jf SS fif 1q 2 ti 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we verb i i lafif A tltjl itttve 1J1 11 st rib jb JIW LoaAnNOL- icut tlrAJ off flbrtf bjapla the publisher arI1easflrenew iII 1 rnr JS a i tt nra- guornHicerhiul titti itpenlicy ttr iXe- rtokun f1otW11 t J 4 j Iiat l 1 i f 5 12 i r- Yrti h M t rj i1 T f 0 JIiM FRUIT mn OkNAnEN L i 1 wratltiint7ctar fG Orcliard 1 a Vri aadOarden I tbWrt q tr1 I hor 0rdtf SrawrryiPlanfs areliq ey c i Dlakiireryy jesi WrItefr- rrr if i 1 L talafdllk 4J I Uh IiVI cr sjlr- H u ttYtr boats t 1 c T t l WIo iAL11XIINTQXKX l i 4 J f ni 9 H yS- bf iIji l Yf J N 4- r f t I r l n liM12St+ AN Atik DOMEMAiiEPAPLT J J fl THURSDAY July2 4908 J fI LOCAL BREVITIES DRINK WAINSCOTS POP I TIic City Council meets in reg- t I ular session Friday night Cashier Wiiitt has purchased tt nice little sorrel puny for 1761 I rtt 1k See our line of Ladles Dross Skirts olatcst stylus and patterns I j A Mrs J W Williams Mrs Annie Hisle of Rich I I mona is visiting her sister Mrs t Win Mountz SrI I Mrs A Ei Burnett of Win Chester is Visiting her children I in the city and bounty I = M NannieWright of Rich mood spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs Durret White Mr MrsBen McKiiI I ney of Rudkerville were guests a1f relatives in the city Sunday We are sole agents for mens and boys Liberty brand hats Hardwick A Co Stanton I Mr and Mrs P D Todd attended the funeral of Mrs Geo W Wells at Winchester Tuesday f tAttorlfeys John D Atkinson I and M A Phillips of Stanton were here on legal business Mon day We are sole agents for Walk Over ahoefor men- Uardwick kCo Stanton TheAyingDutohmau is Where Kam axtiditb withotlieramusements ft is expected to make alively time for the Fourth Mrs jWm 0 Martin and Mr I a dMrsO Shimfessel were guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Mar tin near Stanton Sunday j Full line of LadiesDreeaSklrts- andmaterja1forI making same in theilatmt styles and fabrics Mrs JW Williams I The extreme dry weather continues with little prospects for rain soon Corn has been wen worked and looks fine despite the extreme dry weather Wheat haxvegtis over and some has been threshed and sold I bringing 75 cents nnd 80 cents perb shelTheyieldisgood this years find tile quality fine I We are solo agents for Queen Quality shoes for women I I t Harnwick Qq Stanton The 1v W W Green pas Metiiodistghurchia OthIt are Marks k SansHorse Shoe brand ilL clothing Hardwick kCo Stanton 1 T-t Qn almost every farm in Pow ell county there are places where f 1ittleelewiUgrowbutau8p I ple tree or spine other kind of- fruittreeI Then why not put itj thererT kt J xo all who Will pay upllar ilt rearagesandFoxe year inadveaee- i I F wenLeen the SoythetaAgrieu Jjj tUrjit free for one year If you- 4vlaatit fV dpitft forget to ascfor it i mhe Agrleglturptt Iaobe qrthe lies t l f shed f tr t t iit r if l J S Mrs Gertrude GHffey of Coy irigton and Mrs Tom llrish of Winchester are spending a few days with their parents Mr and Mrs J D Williams in this city Daily Courier journal from now until December 1st during the campaignand the Times one year both fbrtli5Q Subscribetoday The Mystic Shriners will have fniatiated into this higher degree of Masonry at Lexington July tone hundred new members a mong them icing A T Whitt of this city Dr Smith reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Cain of this city Saturday June 27 he also reports the birth of s daughter to Mr and Mrs D R Daniel Sunday June 28 The Court of Appeals has decided that the dog tax law is con stitutional Since the last session of the Legislature refused to repeal theobnoxious law there fs nothing left to do but to pay the tax or kill the dog In the case of John W Tolson- vs Wm Hurst in which the former suedand case tried last week in the Powell Circuit Court to recover 10000 00 for alleged slander the jury failed to agree Both parties live in Wolfe county As a special Inducement for you to try a suit of our Horse Shoe brand clothing we will for a limited time give yOU iii reduction of twenty per cent Hardwick Co Stanton I tell you hes the squarest Christian I ever knew The speak or leaning on his hoe in the soft haze fit a Western twilight paused- in the labor of makinghis spring gar lenmnd his lined weatherbeate faoebecame radiant with affection saystbeJulvDeJineator When my pasture gave out last September he Bald to me Why Ive plen tyJim just turn ytiur cows in with mine P Fora neighbor hes Just the right sort Put it down that I scud sa Itwas the carpenter in the little cottage across thoatreetwliospok Apd his neighbor was the man the can the Great Commoner Will lam Jennings Brya- nCourierJournal Guts A Special Rate of 135 For The Campaign and Election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special out rate on its Daily for thi campaign The regular price of the paper is S6 a year or 13 for six jonths for the campaign a rate- of8125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months IJuue duly and ApgustAftcrA- 1fgtJst 81 the regular rates will be- in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate win be entered on the Cotirier Journal mailing list until Decembei 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through thin piper The earlier gouge in the more papers you receive Henry Wattereon has announced that the Courietr Journal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end wfnd and be believe the tinker- will win in November ThftJ quis IlleTimefl edited byCol W B- HaJd man hse made the same rate Ua5 URder tue same oondiUqna Phe1Imes te the nest Democratic af ern41IPperprlnted anywhere KeQlay Crtj Ttmesone year and either pftbie above daily papers fromthisdatato lf1bitln tDQ8 torctnlyt O t I VQ v J 0 Jiif aurora Knox charged with accessory if5iro the fact of the murder ot9eorge Wm Spencer and who Ma by the last grand Jury was surrounded Sun day morniby a posse of citizens and arrested and placeed in jail DEATHS Wells aged a brief Sun ill Jn the ed Locknane Deceits for where she and rela all husbandshe single creameries Jo of are said towns to be Sr whose in our last four chil as we stat ed requested to They are and Mrs H M city J N Mrs J D and kind cared for Mrs Wm her recent M surviving sincerest Curtis trespassing notified is watchmAkerMrs igned who extent of the this no B HOTSON day of June as assignee- of at Morton at Slade K against the ker assignee Co Y as i PPIY and of Bu Made Cot Short Notice 2 I Kyi I f Jeweler ij tAIf Kindsof ltfateksa4 Clads t R getaiINNif JHetice and t K M H W r SATISPAC 1 IONOUARi4NTUED Use of Jewelry k Spectacles t CaU and see ihthe Red Hver Hetel BuMtinc CL KENTUCK- Yd tlP++ ttt4r i ii azs THE q CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK LAY CITY KENTUCKY Capital i OOOOOoo Il I ISurplus and Undivided Profits OOOOoo I M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Tra ita any buiineu coocflent with Legitimate Bulking Accounts of Corpor iHom Firms and Individual Solicited Interest Paid on Time X oposit i II A Letter To Our Eastern Kentucky Friends When youvisit 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 U u Premo Cameras 1 a 1 II Columbia Graphoph nell and Records and Door from Corner Main Broadway nail Orders Solicited O a nuns and D C DUN lOAN Props We are Now ReadyF- or Your Trade Witha Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and Inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INOORPOIUTIO Clay City Ky i F A 0S0N I i = The Loading Inurnnee Agouti oi Eastern Kentucky = ipVer200OOOOOO Represented t4 + itheYlue 1I X 113 fay as you go More than one a ohip has been sunk by the nib hung of a rat Let no storebill rats nibble atthe Bottom of your home crafttcry i ifr If PKOFES8IONAL CARDS l- M H0V1HNIy4HN wY4WWIMHw WN WW R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OILY KY B R SMITH M Dl i PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Hows5 Your t Liver It will pay you to take good cafe of your liver because If you do your liver will take good care of you S1dc liver puts youall out of sorts makes YiupaIedltzy sfdCat the ptoaadi glves you stomach acbeK headache malaria etc Well liver Steeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food sji There is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that i- sBedfords BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful standbyinthe favorite liver medicine in the world It acts gently on the liver and kidney and does not irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves congestion and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the bodyJn perfecthealth Prlte2SC at all druggists andIdealers Test Its 0 t S THECNILIINENS1UANDIANe THE DOCTOR IN YOUR- HOMEVICKS PneumoniaI i EXTERNAL Eadoraed by R ered Nines and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c aDd SUO FAMILY + AFE4HARD perfect Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every breath Results as twentyminuteshours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth Its weight in gold Criminal to bo without It Sold by druggists Money returned If not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY COrGreensboro N C I e 11GrnpIproducedthede1i many years but we believe this years perfecllonNibothGrnpe grpelott B tter each 11i proved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing and developing Naboth Grape Juice now going out is we think a little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord grpfetUkefljfrem be clutter in toltheGrapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food LAW Delicious Iure Invigorat lag For tale by dealers THENI19TH VINEYARDS BrMtM NewtYerfc l trr SPOUT SPRING torn Winburti began his nqw labors yesterday carrying the Sprit nItiJibr11 ila Spout toOlay i Bornlast week to Jin and Mrs aImerly Miss Alice McKinney of this place Elderand Mrs Geo W McIn tosh attended preaching at Mac edonia church Montgomery county Sunday where EVder3Mcfntosh has been called to prpIcltof Services at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Every member of the church is requested to be thereon Saturday and help attend to church business 1 JefPerSol ille Miss BetherWlIsbiiMs improving Mr Dutch Hinds continues very sick ydinnerThere is considerable conjusioti over the schoolsI i t f f Miss Nora West of Stanton ii DolliChaseMisses Mattie prather r and Millil Smith visited Mrs Clm Tanner of Winchester st week M tA two year old child of Mr Edd Ensorwas burned to tenth by drilling bot grease last week or Messrs Oliver and Walter Pick lin visited relatives at North Nid dletown from Friday till Monday- The remains of Mrs Steel waa brough from Salt Lick and interred i1 n theTriinblegrx4etysrdrthat26th- oflast mohth 1l J iKimbrell Mrs Morris LuriBdtv is very sick 9- 1fi 4 t R W Smith attorney ofJr- vinewns in our W F Welch salesman for Belknap Hardware Mfg Go was here last Tuesday Mr and Mrs A I Wiseman of Dry Ridge visited Mr and Mrs J W Tuttle lust Sunday There was a large crowd at Kimbrells Ohapel last Sunday Bro Cosby conducted the services in the absence of the pastor Rev M Roundtree Ai There will be servicesat Kim broils Ohapel next Saturday night and Sunday morningby Bro Cosby A Sunday schorl will be organized at 10 oclcfck Sunday morning Will Puokett stopped here last Tuesday on his way from diay- Qitynvith a new machine his team started torun while Will was in the store and badly damaged the mochinej The National Issue Club will meet at Kimbrells Chapel i ixt Stturdayyit 2 dclock ffi1 1 Every body invited If o are a patriot and opposed to whiskey and corruptiou in politics wliich is constantly growing worse join our club land hAlp n Yl 1ora countsqfreevfroni the curse of ruiu and Romanism r whocarrlesabuncllhsunshine jsinot afraid to distribute It wherever he goes is possessed df a wonderful power The world loves a sunny BoutTho man who wears alon inthe name Of religion andJneVercra6k8 l 8niile for fear peQple will doubt his t r0 s 1 1shouldthe th Itil hiii r those around huufnyicl 1 cotnforl nor is Hthek iui rte nv bout To beiubli tin turn glooiii into gladness lid cheer is a pow or worthluwirp fyou 1cjJlt possess it l18 a hotvec war i striving fortr f p igureffi=ese r11iefl cntellr shawl G tho iuterniil- revenue collectio is forlllOFlfth- district of Kehfucijywefe less by over 144OU0txt for the prfe vious year tThe niiienjohtlfsold child ofaii Thos Rbundtreeiaiediu this city Saturday BuiiiiTunday iu the Clay City cemetery J p Lend a man mo and he will be grateful enough to return= for more w3IJ1 The Ant gCrusade Everyday shotil 3Klp stopthd piib tO1centunique hangingni fhlch warns against el ople will tnke notice of tKisrcaail und Once seen never forgotteiutEddres8 DOMINO CARDS Co 1807 StLouis MO VsflSf Notice A corntetitiv examination Jor tho purpose orjigiptinguneprnp erly prepared fttfdent to the Ken tucky University A and iCol lege free frotnnllchnrges for tui tion matrculationsfees room rent fuel and ightsatdto hove all ttie advantages and privileges of the college and dorniitbrjes free except board will be h at Stanton on f Friday July IpjxldOb 1 Said competitive examination shall beopen toiallporsonst itwee- fthagee ofe fourt fdnrlyeits7 Ezatlitiil3lfleeNo dot= lar eacli 1 4 t fI RA IrviurSrSupt Let J P MftuppJa fixthat clock or watch fofjyou Charges reason ablq and satisfaction lwys Renew your Btibecrfplion todnv THE WinchestffiBank wrto7ve INCORPORATED foiAee Vii HWITlIElUlPooNiPres I r t J Ita hai8tck20 OfOOO 811rpf s20OJ0- We o1t solicit the acc Bntsbf individ dale 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