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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t + u S- y l 1 ti Miof cy of t I rrrC S I1 jt J Y t ir t i a t rh 1r r 4qj i i it 4 1f i I t L J THE CLAYIIITY TIMESL j ill iJ t lfeofccnts iYearln Aivanwf Z i We are here to help Clay utjftkffSirtiiiiiig Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher f liI Ir OLOCinc CLAY ITYJyt m i DAY JULY 9 J908 NO lS 1iI f Z N N v We Want nti TSJZ T 1 Irl r 1 our ULlolllGoo 1 i And have as an inducement to get your trade Won of the best selected stock of Goods ever brought to Clay City Have what you want tt andat prices to suit you and the times eJ J x can clothe I you we can feed you can furishj I i your house from cellar togarrettandcansuppty ri your wants in anything else you need where it is w the business of a firStclass store to furnish it 1 = a Will Always Appreciate i Share of Your Trade aI t 7 11 c r 4 rt SHIMFESSEL h h H I t j x4UI r LtJr t- cIlf1tG1iiYhr t 3eM r We Maoufacture FlooringoJj doors Ceiling 1 Blinds Weatherboarding I Varandos Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc t Utoro Fronts i We are Headquarters for tltRoofingf FJintoid Roofiing 5 and Etc Sendus Your estimates II Jrpmpf Shipments I JavA just received a full and attractive line of Sjamnier ioods fIIl 4including i i a India Linons jtinen Lawns I r Sheer white andcolored j Waistings Building Paper i I Chambrays Shirtings o o A beautiful line of back = and sid cowbs Fast Color Dress Ginghams i that weio t 12Jc reduced to lie1 OBeHtvCalicojs 7 61lf The best 15q Cpffeo in themorketV Perfection iotj i lour and Meal always on hand At Lowest Pricest Also Fresh canned Goods Meats and iLard all lowest prices Will also keep on hand I I1SheJledOats Feed Corn and Shlpstuff I I I cVillbuy Chickens and Eggs eith erfor Cash or Trade I t3 B EATON4 fifivc Months Dead Line order ofJM Pottoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailedasecaAtlardatter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears aev ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 names and aH Wjsoibers from this time on will have to be promptly dropped when thefr scrjption becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself from vpidte tfce deadline by paying one yearn advance Publisher a nJitletting The c u uetin regular c sionPtidfp July 3rd T Councilmen Newkirk Edgefeoso and Mountz present li Tire usual bllktirere allowed I An order Was seed empowering 1 VrV theMayor Clerk to pre pare a statern of facts in the bridge controlsyto file with the providing JSHTIIA howev tsuchactiontI does not waxight to pro- secutitheilae Union Com al1yfqrt pa tneglect in not keepng the Mies in repair anthe conrpiy fihould be held liable licenserTh operating the lI1tM BAs fixed at 5 or July 4 a t per day for other times 1 The TreasiwelPs semiannual report was reftl jcepted and fil ed The re 32264 in the Troasurjlllp 4- Itwass ordor councilrthataconcret ement put lmnfr e school house pr perf ljTli ltltfa 100 feet in long The Marshal was instructed wfwork the pris oners soon as possible on the ex cavation f ot Mr and Mrs John Burgher are the proud parents of a nine pound boy born Wednesday Ju 1y 8 FourthThe ideal day and warmly celebrated in Clay City A large crowd was in town but there was not so many here as on former occasions The crowd was short on change at least they spent it very saviqgly and persons who anticipatedgjetting rich on this occasion were sadly disap pointed The crowd was order ly though it seems that there was never somuoh drunkenness Ten arrests woremado during the day arid two on sday following The panic Certainly has a tell ing effect on every kind of pub lie enterprise Beaiaesthepic nics excursions amusements are aupporlingly patronized Thepanio after all maybe a blessingin disguise by teaching people ltwto save iNOTiCE WUlOCRAtS By order of the Democratic Ex eantiva Committee ofthe Tenth Congressional District the Demo crats of Powell county are called to meet in masfioonvention at the court house tnfSWntonKy Sat urday lt aiVoiie oclock p m for thea utpofljbfSt1 selling and instriiatyigaf edqt gat6B to represent the county atthee district convontioattobeat I vneKY- JnlyllS i ti OO8ti reto nominate a candidate for and trans act such otherjbuaineee as may properly comeb f6re the conven tion Ji iHSpJBEAR Chm fI V 4 + o THREE WOUNDED In Fight on Train Near Argyle July 4 One Probably Will Die On the west bound train leaving this city Saturday evening at a point near Argyle Floyd Hor ton and Gardner Nelson engaged in a controversy in which the latter drew a gun and shot Horton twice once in the face and once in the lungs and accidentally shot a person by the name of Mil lard Denny of Winchestr Reese Horton son of Floyd Horton stabbed Nelson inflict ing serious wounds in the head one gash penetrating the skull in the left temple The injured men were at first thought to be fatally hurt and were taken to a Lexington hospi tal where it has later developed that Horton and Denny will get well and Nelson may also re coverAll the parties live in Olark county and some of them were drinking heavily The trouble i Q ave uo uP very tale beer N1sonwasan employe of Floyd Horton Hor ton is of the wellknown stock trading firm Conner Horton w J 0 Allen and Company are selling a line of goods at actual cost Farms for Sale Bluegrass farms for sale through out Central Kentucky Good busi ness to exchange for farm B F Adeook Paris Ky Cut the Thistles Few people perhaps know that it is against the laws of this State for land owners to allow thistles to seed on their place The law says It shall be the duty of ev ery person or persons and of ev ery corporation holding land in the Commonwealth either by lease or otherwise on which any Canada thistles or weed com monly known as Canada thistles may beg rowing to cut the same so as to prevent such weeds or thistles from going to seed and the seed of the same from ripen fined five dollars and costs for failure to comply with this lawH The negroes of Lexington have chartered a train of several coaches and will come to Clay City several hundred strong to day on a day of outing They anticipate a royal time and we trust they will not be disappointed Slowly and steadily all day long more than to hurry and worry for a short time and then quit One gets less tired for the same work accom plished W 0 Hoskin of Winchester is here visiting his mother Mrs Patsey Hoskin who has been in a feeble condition for some time being now ninetyone years old The little twoyearold son of Mr BdfM on Whit livinl near this city died Tuesday even ing Burial at Wells grave yard on Hardwicks Creek today A new bridge at the bank a cross the mill race will shortly be rebuilt either by the town or the Kentucky Union Conmpany Misses Ollie Hoskin Ada and Etta Robers visited Miss Agnes Roberts at West Bend from Sat urday till Monday Sale Of our Stock at I BARGAINPRICES neglecting accomplishes Clearance Entire 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 Theseare Cash Prices only You Cant Afford to Miss this Opportunity Respectfully Mrs WN Bush J THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 9 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rate pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 cc Louisville Commercial 75 IC Home and Farm 7fi ANNOUNCEflENTS CongTttsWeannounce G LEE WAINSCOTT of Clark county as candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to to the action of the Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce CRAB EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocraticpartyFor t of Schools We are authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr candidat for the offlee or County Superintendent of Schools of county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce Join P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate forJailor of Pow ell county subject to the action of the- Democrato party Langlcya Appeal for Democratic Votes Langleyismaking slrpng ap peal to Democrats of this district t to vote for him citing at what he has done and what he will do for the people of the district ir respective of political affiliation Thats the way Willson and the gang now at Frankfort talked last fall but when they got the offices the other fellows had nothing to do but kick them selves because they bolted their ticket and supported the Republican nominees Langley has made great effort since he went to Washington but if our Democrats will stop and study they will fail to find out wherever he has done any thing out of the ordinary for any of them or the great common people If political lines are ev o er to be drawn it must be in na tional affairs and we hope Langley and his allies will not sue ceed in deceiving a single Democrat Mass Conventions Democrats should not forget r the mass convention at Stanton Saturday which will be held to j select and instruct delegates to attend the Congressional Conven tion at Irvine next Wednesday We like to see a large number of Democrats at these mass conven tions that all may have a say in party indorsements There seems to be an unusual limited interest in the Congressional race but very few Demo crats expressing a choice among the announced candidates Mr Q Lee Wainscott of Winchester is the only bonafide announced candidate and this county has no objections tohim If instructions are given to anyone Mr Waj scottwill likely get them 1 f 1 The Stanton Citizen like some of the other Republican papers dont seem to like what we say about their party in office We are sorry indeed but wo aim always to tell the truth and do tell the truth according to the most reliable information obtainable The truth oh yps well thats what hurts and thats what makes them squeal The Re publican papers yon know are always models for truth and ve racityl The eoncrete walk in front of the school house will be the first walk of the kind in Clay City but it is hoped that the good walk will not stop here A con crete walkadds to abutting prop erty more than anythieg else Thus we hope that the good work begun by the city will be kept up by property owners until the town will be liberally provided by these fine walks Who will be the first to follow the worthy example set by the city council It is an ill wiqd that blows nobody good and the hard times have eased the demand on the labor market so that it is now possible to get workers and the farmer may now be able to get his share of help Farmers have been unable to do this the past few years and have consequently been forced to reduce the pro ducts of the farm and this may largely account for the prevail ing high prices and scarcity of cornThe Democratic Convention is now in session at Denver a most harmonious meeting with all bits of opposition to Bryan fading a way The Kentucky delegation has fared exceedingly in assign ments to committee work The Vice Presidency is yet to be guessed at but it will be a man who agrees with Bryan von all the leading principles of the party We are in receipt of the Dem ocratic campaign book entitled Extracts from the Congressional Record It is brimful of facts that should be read by every citizen of thecountry and if read and heeded the reader after conclud ing will be a Domocrat You can get this book postpaid for 25o by sending the money to James T Lloyd at Washington D 0 1 My Soldiers has cost the State 50000 in round numbers Pretty cheap service for the American Tobacco Company but hard on the State tax payers With this and other useless ex penses of Willsons fancy it is no wonder the State treasury is dreaned Look round and see if you can find a Democrat who will not vote for Bryan this fall On the other hand look round and see how ma Republicans you can count that will vote for Bryan You can find hundreds It must be a 40000 ma jority sure enough Under a decision of the Ken tucky Court of Appeals some 80000 acres of land in Pike Les lie Perry and other mountain counties have been forfeited to the Commonwealth because the owners failed to list the same for taxation The Republican party is making a hasty retreat from the Roosevelt principles This is found nesessary in order to get the required amount of boodle The American Tobacco Corn pany was fined 1 000 00 in the Anderson Circuit Court at Law rencebufgof the anti trusfclawi r 0 MRSLfiilda FRENCH Ella Hall wfl Sept8 1662 near Stanton KYt1 diidat her home 8 miles west of LeRey att8p am JutieJW 1908 aged 4i Mnj 9 months and 22 days Wheibejra a young woman she became a and united with the church In l1et hWe She was manjjpdCfo Geo W French on December 41S4 To this union was borntenWtn two dying in infancy Eight ahJWrqp besides the hus band survive iliCabelIDavfd RQ le- Roy John I ia4 Ada and Lulu The family feeto Illinois in 1868 living on narioafarms near LeRoy and in Sanganibapounty For a num ber of years deceased has been in poor health for several months suffered grealfrAhile Mrs French because cares was not to ite8d church services only occaswiilj yVt her faUn and hope in Christ rained Recently by request her fiftine was enrolled as a member of thelecal church She said she was tQ1Deet her God Though regretting to leave liar family yet she longedlebe released Qni her bodily sufterlnnd death came last Thursday m rjlogust as the day was daVnlnglh Tie gave and the Lord hath taken away Let uuay hBlesedboJiname of the Lord Besides the chlWren two brothers and two sisters sullylsejher Green Hall and Mrs Martarcnchof Atlanta JIllThose funeral services from AabIlandlUfmal Ill Mrs FIII LeavittorF 8hcr and Milliard French ot Terre Haute Ind yH Thee fnneralserviees were held at the Christian churditurday afternoon conducted L E Chase after which the rcmiMifreire taken to their last resting the Oak Grove cemetery TlSjfjMill bearers were leasers Il8s 1 tlan Charles Die drich J Coda iH T Herr Joe Mo Cracken and ClWfJpe Hawkins Mrs French it r edo Mrs R p Rose of this article is from a clipping of aloei1 perin the hoine of the 100f 10- 0Thereaders Js paper will be pleased to t that there is at least ono dre isease that sei ence has been to ciireinall its stages Rndfcha irrh Halls Catarrh Cure i p only positive cure now known i j the medical fra ternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting di rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundationof the die ease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature f loing its work The proprietorshwYt so much faith in vo powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list testimonials Address F J CHENEY t COI Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggists 76c Take Halls FamllyPHlsJor con stipation Who WM BePresident This is a presidentialyear and every man must read to keep post ed on politics The Courier=JournalHEN- RYWATTERSONEditor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as itdevelops One Dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal- But you can get thatp fpsr anl THE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR IOn z n lIa If you will give or send order tolhispaper =not tofilw Courier Journal fe+ t J r or The Last Cut r 4tlc J lIN Millinery Goods t f t i c J oi t I We still have left some choice selec J Yii tions in Correct Millinery that shouldx ff 4 Abe investigated by the fair Ladies fr Jt J f i this county to be appreciated 0 j j f The extremely low prices prevailing 4 will not last always nor can the good 1f selection now offered last long so come to our store at once and see how far t= Jo your spare change will goAM- rs Ji i J W Wi11iai rs 1 tJ CLAY CITY KENTUCKY 7 5 The Whitest White Cake F r The Lightest Light Rolls t i And Flakiest Biscuit Arc ra loWhoH You Use i 1 Pearl awl Bakers Pride Flour Take no Otter Every Sack Guarantee 0 MANUFACTURED BY J ACAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants d f ITheever falls It the onljrremedy that cures in one dose arid with V yourchildsFOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS THE MESSNER HEMME OMTWUIY Site Prprs rTwItty Mto ci I 1 To Subscrbers Remember that the new postal laws which took effect Jan 1st pos itively prohibits tie from mailing the Times tOS1ibecii ers who are i2 months or more behind on subscription This foreee us to cut off some good names each week which We very much dislike to o but we must obey thin law If sou are publisherPlaase Joe W Tiptoh of Winqliesr ter was here Tuesday bnlbus nosea- sl W G Patrick postmasterrat- Kfmbrell walisre yesterday 7- r i t Ta EI1EISY tLhI I In 1irj i FRUIT I I ORNAHENTALc J f Everything for r Orchard Lawn and Qardeni y 3 h Our rawerry Plants are rqneyj f Makers hl Writefor YF 1 SiI1FR E Catalogue wef i J to have no Agents tJ It J tf JiHiRj UXI1reTON Xr 6irk tyj 01titz7 i 1 t ry1C f a I- fIi Ir 1 t ufESiy t f AhTALL HOMEMADE PAPER i 4 I THURSDAY July 9 1008 4 r BREVITIESLOOAL z r n DItINk NAIiNSCOTS POP w T r MrsJ O1mch of LexingtOn cityi Mr Mrs Cecil Williams 1 are visiting relatives in Win chestor l jr v y ft Mr and Mrs Lemon Henry of reInreir r7tiV ne io city vt Jiit1 i e of Ladles Dress l Skirts of latest styles and patterns Villiamsrr C f S A Bush of Winchester t was hero Saturday combining nndpIcmcmgI r7j Mrs Chas B Dixon of Jack w r 911s visiting her parentsJudgo 7 randMre WT Adams t 7Jr I r We are sole agents for rqeils and Jfl boys Liberty brand hatsi Hardwick Co Stanton- 1V E Heflin of Ruckerville 1sif the city Tuesday and i Wednesday ona business misj f sioq l MrsJohn 1 Wills of Wal FA ton Ky is visiting her sisterr Mrs + W L Jackson ojEyauglms 111Mill x t Full line of Ladies Dress Skirts i z and material for making same in ate the latest styles and fabrics lIJ1T Williams i fg rnng Mrs Edward Rose of itl cityj attended the funeral 6f r lhn Snjjwden at OovinRton i a Friday rQirdeners and Tfii mcrssnoul remember that as dead mOn tell s lio tales BO does dead TCeeds nov ergo to seed Joe Iountz has resigned his 4 JJ position with the Lexington Street Railway Company and reo t7turned home f + i Weare sSle agents for tWalk t pvceVflhpeB for risen t Hardwick jk Co Stanton i r Mrs 6eo W ArfdersonV ri t of Mt Sterling is spending a few r days with her parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilson The R vnndMrs Logan Ir vm of Amercus GaM ar0 With Ufo formers jiairentSj the Revv it and Mrs RA Irvin J1 Oraitree of Gepet will lfoyetoiiay for Bryant Wisc 1 r girl reside With his sister Mrs Anna Huff t s Katie and Florence 1 gutst n F We are sole agents for David t Marks Sons Horse Shoe brand jcioihing Hardwick do Co I Stanton J 1y TlieRevi W PPayne Dis tri6tSTiperinltondent ot the Ken Ji 2 lucky ChildrenssHome Society r fh tins here yesterday soliciting i c funds to carry oa the benevolent orit r 1 To all who will pay up all ar f Jf TeaVages and one year in advance v wewiirserid the Southern Ajficair tot turist free for one year If you is wantit Adgnt forget to ask for it It t The Agriculturist is one of the best farm paper published 3 y f 1 I J t iftji 1 r xiIt ti tc tts 1 tfira 1 L 15 irWt 1 The highway bridge in this city is being treated to a coat of new paint Frank Newellof this city has the contract at 85 00 Dr E 0 Guerrant lias been here this week and arranging for the opening of the Orphans home iu this ityatit early date The gaiiie of base 1 itifSaturday between the Levee Boys and the home nine resulted in a victory for the Olay Oity bpys by a good score T- Owing to the scarcityand high price of beef themarket for frying size chickens has been unusually good in Clay City this SpringtiThe trafflo over the Lrind E the Fourth fell far short of expectations The panic is seriously felt in every avenue of business except in office holding Wq are sole agents for Queen Quality shoes for women = Hardwick Co Stanton The Misses ElizabtliCarr Anna Katheriaq Kieimeyer and Ellen Smith Winfa of Columbus Ohio ate visiting at the home of Harvey Oarf Miss Elizabeth is a niece of Mr Carr These young ladies are honored employes of the H 0 Godman Shoe Co one of the largest shoe manufactur ing establishments in the state of Ohio The young ladies are on their summer vacation HVG Walters niuhJVH Q Rearare in the upper Keiiiucky river counties making the annual inventory of timber for Swann Day Lumber Company It will take three weeks for them tb complete the job As a special induceth itrfoiyou- to try aBuitof oar HorseShoe brand clothing wo will for a lim- itedtime give yon a reductioh0f twenty percent Rardwick Cd Stanton The National Democratic Convention will be prohibition in so must that licclseh a been turned J down for saloons anyways near the convention hall Li quor can only be secured where it was already legalized Courier Journal Cuts A Special Rate ofh25 For The Cam paign and Election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has mdiloa special cutfrateonit8 ily for the campaign The regulftnprico of thepaper islaa year or d fgr8IX rateoforders 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 will be enteted on the Courier Journal juailinglist until December 1 next when all will expire w Send in your orders at once thjougb 3tjI8PaBe v Tjie earlier you get in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end to end and tie believes the ticket will win in November The Louts villa limos edited by C lW B Haldman has inado the 8amerate 815t under the same cohdilidns ThTimiw ia the best Demooratlo afternoon paper printed knywbdro The Clay City TimeQonyegr and either Of tits aboie daily apers from this date t6Xecember1st 1908 for Only 8150L 1 tY ir A 1n r4 r4949V r F t j t Y I jtThercrs semiannual repotsviiibb published in our n s + ur short space provents it appearing this week Blackberry friersand black berry Beliefs are plentiful this year The recent rains have kept the crpp from being com pletely parchedup George S re the Spout Spring merchant has some important reading in this issue Every reader living near his stdre shouidcead his advertisement this weeko names some Very attractive prices + + 110 DEATHS ew formerly of his home in sdI1Y Ju ly of the He was and was un beginning nmonthsold of this Creek Tues Mr Accident Mollelds canning ber by her side r a glass can in hands= The contents flying which so hor it died in n of the little ch in Clay City nal from now during the rimes one year bscrjbe today e very fine ek and the my broken new growth Lly revived malting the fa WatchmakerVallin passers road smiles lreby notified trespassing ig dcl8igned who extent of the ating this no iB HUTSON a i S ker Y ppiy of S and ts Bu S Made Cot is rt Notice i Ky 010 I PPIN adt Jeweler I j 4 All Ktadsof Watch and Clock Repairing on stfrt Notice and ReaaonableTeiiSATISPACnON j jew ltyg pectaciesg Call and bee jmi iii tfie Red Rlyer Hotel BiitMiiig CLV TYwSKEPJTUCKY j It tt f or or tfl K1 tirt t a TIIE CLAY CITY NATIONALr BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I aapitnl 000000ISurplus and UndivIded Profits M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier TruuaOi any business cons4ent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor ations Firms and Individuals Solicited i Interest Paid on Time Deposits I 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 II 1 Premo CnmcrasIC 41 II Columbia Graphophones and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main lc Broadway Rail Orders Solicited Q d HUSS and D C DUNIQAN Props We are NwReady For Your Trade Vith 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 feet shoes for baby children andshoesfor 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 INCOHPOHATIO Clay City Ky rF A LYON INSURE WITH SON i The LezSdint iiBiivnuco Agents tI- t of Iubtern KentuolcyOver 200000000 Representedt Every one whoknowB any thing about insurance know i ti J L 7 r t y C The protracted meeting at the Methodist church is wery well attended and the Rev Green is doing some very earnest preach ing PROFESSIONAL CARDS MW W INWNJ1N WNINWNIMNIIMINA4NW R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY A HappyHome To have a happy home you should have children They are great happyhome makers If a weakwoman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy chil dren with little pain or discomfort yourselfby taking I CARDUI A Tonic for Women It win ease all your pain reduce Inflammation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian trouble menses back ache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try It At all dealers In medldnes in SI 00 botues DUB TO CARDUI- Is my baby girl now two weeks old wrtw Mrs J Priest of Webster dtp Iowa She ISl fine healthy Babe and we are both doing nicely I am still taking Cardul and would not tie without it In the house t THE CHILDREMSS GUARDIAN I THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Croup and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFE GUARO Combined stimulant covering and per furnishingAntiseptic withevery breath Results astonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia In six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold Criminal to he without II Sold by druggists Money returned If not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES COIN RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C I Pressed from selected Concord orfmany years but we believe Ills years product is the crown of perfection Naboth Grape Juice stands for progression Better each year Im proved by the wisdom ofeach years experience in careful pressing std developing Naboth Juice now going out Iswe think a little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Grope taken from he cluster in October The delicious sweetness is 1ueto the superiorquality orN aboth Concord Grapes Every guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food InvigoratIng THE NABOTH VINEYARDS BreeiM New York r Kimbrell JohnsonHnrrisattendod church at Bethel last Sunday The National Issue club receiv ed eight new members last Satur dayThere was a good crowd at Kimbrells Ohnijel last Saturday night and Sunday Frank Beaver and wife of Ir vine were visiting Mr and Mrs Dan Henry the first of the week Lightning killed two colts for G W Powell and one for John son Harris near Fox last Monday They had all taken shelter undqr the same tree The public School will begin here next Monday Nelson Witt will teach for us this year being the first to teach in the new school house We expect a good school SPOUT SPRING Several from here attended the Fourth at Clay City Saturday Mrs Davy White line recently suffered a relapse of her prolonged troubleElder J II Johnston and Luther Martin attended services at Log Lick Sunday Elder G W McIntosh filled the stand at the Baptist church Satur day and Sunday Elder J T Turpin will preach at the school house Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday nightMiss Anna Hamilton of Irvine has been engaged to teach the pub Mo school here and will begin teaching Monday July 13th Wm Ware and wife and Morgan McKinney and wife were to see G W Ginter at College Hill last week who is suffering with a cancerous tumor on his face Wm Christopher died Saturday of paralysis at his home near the Mouth of Four Mile Clark county aged 04 years Funeral and burial at the home place Sunday Mr Christopher is a native of this county and form erly lived near this place Farm For Sale Boundaryof about 175 acres one mile from SpoUt Spring Price 120000 and well worth the mon ey Mrs Belle Burgher Spout Spring Ky The AntiSpitting Crusade Everybody should help stolf the public spitting habit by sending a two cent stamp today for our attractive unique hanging card which warns a gainst spitting nuloances People will take notice of this caad and once seen never forgotten Address DOMINO CARDS Co 1807 Chouteau St Louis Mo Notice A competitive examination for the purpose of appointing one prop erly prepared student to the Ken tucky University A and M College free from all charges for tuition matriculation fees room rent fueland lights arid to have all the advantages and privileges of the college and dormitories free except board will beheldat Stanton on Friday July 10 lOOb Saidcompetitiveexaminauon shall be open to all persons bttween the ages of fourteen and twenty four years Examiners fee one dol lar each R A Irvin Sr Supt Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reasons able and satisfaction alwye If a farmer is not better than other men it is his own fault y 1 tj1irt H r 1ntureGod every dR riieetCOI1ulllnion w h brooks the ski He beholds the glory God hats Painted he sums fragrance r How cut he Imlp beuj good From now Oiiitil July 15 I will SEII or Cash at 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