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Y 1 Jy r c y t t S5- r S I 1 1t Wi 1 I i ppS4I rt HI i s 7 h s iI r- L s5rI fI CITY s TIMESi CcBtsayear it Advance We are bertto iilp 1ytbenrroaodfng Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher I i i IXIIL I 0LA Y t ITYt 1 THURSDAY JULY 2H J908 N0 30 We Wait I IT Your Business I And have as an inducement to get your trade one of the best selected stock of Goods ever brought to Clay City Have what your want and at prices to suit you and the times We can clothe you we can eedyou can furnish your House fromcellar to garrett and can Supply i youi wifnU ianytlt tg else you need wjiercft is the HtSmeiiof a Jmtclasslltor to furnish itI Will A Always Appreciate a1 T J hare if Your TkdeV I iic CfIJIrJkF11lCSiLL I I RfiG2 li MrG Co J zerK t 1 II xtdlhleA4fquracture F1oorIngdogrs Blinds Weatberboarding Vara dsPicketsiStairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts r t lWe are for Paper w Felt 1 o S dnd Etc JoJ I tj th 1 t ri betifus A ea If Ihavfl just all line of F m J fiViiiiiiriniii M InoluditV l Tadia Laons Sheer whiteandoolore tft rrvtiHeadquarters Building Roofing liniOld ijrlW ISnCl SIlpflerltraa Your rewivedajf andkttracUve SUmmef Goods DlnenLawns Taltinge iI l + ia S lr pcote rA J bit of bae- kaneidobo tief JIt 1 Pa 1 Color Dress Ginghams i that weie iSSJc reduced to lie t fleet Calicoes 7 r Granulated S t g rOl ijihe beet 15 tCofteo in the rwrirklt7 Perfeotii n a t ar Flour nd1Jealalways on hand 2A4IcLpWest Pricesi t 5rye t cattped aedtMoate and lard all lowlt itniicetJ Will also keep tin hand 5I LilNllei Date Feed Cera awl SMMfuff ow r 1 wfll buy chickens and Eggs oibhp i r 4r t I A 1 tv tir W Catslltor Ttrade s Nt r j J j r It r IcJ B 1 E1 mN W f ftIIt it Iir 11b t iJ il A Aar Of 1 J6VV W lve Months Dead Line By ef Ae ostoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be ii d lrnatter to subscribers twelve monthsor more in arrears In with tisnew ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 IIInaaxx ahsubseijbeis from thietimeon will have to be promptly drop 1r1 w subscriplionhecomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself 6i under the dead line by paying one year m advance Publisher DI TFll MAN The Te 1 oijgresslonal Dis trict convened at Es tiUS ringliunef6th called to order by 4 Lyon Chairman of thedi t committee F A Hopkinetas elected Ohair man of they vention and T E Tipton 1y wIth J R White andsipWiso H gin As Biatant Secr llries There was a full delogat3 and no contests hero five candidates placed in lutnthiltion they be ing Judge iSutnos Davis 6f Mor gan county udg J Smith Hays of Olarifcounty Judge S S Taulbee KBreathitt county H t Uod of Wolfe county and 0 J Httrohnson county Davis was abiflinated on the thir teenthball a majority of onethird S The nomination was then macjiiunaniinouB The defeated Aii idates then all made BpeecliP the nomination being made iuanimouB Judge Hyswas net n aggressive can J dids tjdOnly inducedtO a lion Thos WiHlanjs the wellknown Irvine was urged to make the race and could have been nominated by simply say r r ingife would accept it So could John M Steveriwn of Winches Willi tion I fThe greatest harmony prevail 1 dduring the meeting and if in is dications count for Jany thing all Democrats will support the nom inee which ntmmijhi election Following werethe resolutions adopttid by the Convention amid a storm of applause approving The Democrats of the Tenth district congratulate the Democ- t rrtL6Sof the State and Nation in the work of the Uuited Party in iif the texingtop i a Doiwor con ventiohs ande eeetbeir un qaalifled approval Vofth6 splen did Platfr 1B adopted and we pledge sour loyal support to- theVoandidat e T e i tke national i ticket and tot winner of this convention 1 The n vi4ncement of 1 the StateoffirSi ky ip its de- v lop l resoure tim mdritet tnceofthelaw- r thb educatiendt tspeopletand Ii theetabhign11xbflibnpleifdid d lioiDeIii xe are ca- Jfev men1tfH 1emooratio- p ty- ni 4 f ipo tfdlbd va conduet bf OdcfItRepnbII I nota e pa 1- t H wttilt Jtfi o 4illd Siiq condition rir 1 7 Hfc ersr Institute bf owell bon convened in 10 i 4fi Fl the court house in Stanton Monday July 20 with Prof A S Mackenzie teacher of English of the State University at Lex ington instructor A reasonable number of teachers are attend ing The institute was opened by an address by R S Eubank editor Southern School Journal The bar of Powell county will meet Thursday at 180 upon in vitation to discuss the new school law which soon takes effect Every indication points to the success of the Institute Big Show Dont forget the big Sun Bros show which will exhibit in Olay City Thursday July 80 This is one of the best and most complete shows that over came to this town The management is strict ly honest and deserving If you like to attend shows you will like this one It certainly is an honorable amusement This is a show that is not new to us it hav ing been here three times before and each time the show has given br b lenniveraal satiafaot u The Clay City National Bank has another one of their fine statements in this issue Read it J J Ourry of Lexington is visiting his mother Mrs Ameri cus CurryVS St iIo Farms for Sate Bluegrass farms for sale throughout Central Kentucky Good busi ness to exchange for farm BF Adcock Paris Ky I I Released on Bond Bue Knox indicted at the last term of Circuit Court for the murder of George W Spencer and who has been in jail since his arrest a few weeks ago was taken before J B Blackburn Police Judge at Stanton Friday on a writ of Habeas Corpus and his bond fixed at 2500 which he readily gave He was represent ed by Attorneys J B White of Irvine 0 L Williamson of Lex ington and R 0 Welch of Stan ton Against Liquor Traffic The Grand Lodge of A F and A M of the State of Washington i in its recent annual conven tion to members of the Order makes an ironclad rule prohibit ing any Mason from engaging in liquursTheviolation of this order will in fu ture be deemed a Masonic of fence and will be punished by expulsion Dr Irvin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs H M Curtis Friday July 17 and the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs Oscar Mackey Monday July 20 Thursday August 80 is a big day for Clay City the day Sun Brosshows will be with us This is by far the best show ever ex hibited in this city otralllo ltm nd1 Tad to Eli t + s graphs at my resilience near Clay City Those wanting pictures will please come at once JOHN W HENRY atOlayFarm For Sale Boundary of about 175 acres one mile fromSpout Spring Price Si OOlOOahd well worth the money Mrs Belle Burgher Spout Spring Ky I Clearance atIOf our Entire StockI II BARGAIN PRICES 11 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 y to close them out T u V I These are Cash Prices onlyaiaLr r You Cant Afford to Miss this Opportunity 1 t wtt 7 tti j f A t Rrully Iit l 0 Mrs rNJ3ushIC or i I L THE TIMES PUBLISUED EVEUYTHtmSDAT J C Burgher Publisher i Subscription Rates 50Centsper Sear in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday July 23 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers wo have rates pricesbelwThe TIMES and Courier Journal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 130 cl LouisvilleCommercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEnENTS i CnnYreuWeannounce G LEE WAINSCOTT of Clark county ns candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to to the notion of the Democratic party For County Clerk We are authorizedto announce Crus I wEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocraticpartyFor tede t of Schools We are authorized to announce R A Irvin office of County superintendent Schools of county subject to the action of the Democratic party For ieaor We are authorized announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce Geo Stephens candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jas P Martin candidate forJailor of Pow ql couptyeub1l to tlfe BOdOn of the- In r tPittsburg last winter the panic was so Revere that the city was called upon to feed thou sands of the unemployed labor ers Instead of giving direct the city floated 200000 bonds and put the money in public works so as to enable the idle to earn a livlihood instead of beg The Democratic city Rovermeat of Pittsbnrg in this seemed to know how to do things The work was started up and on the first day there were 6000 men waiting and begging for employment In the panic of 1803 a similar bond issue forilie same purpose was made and the laborers paid I00 per day which was amply sufficient to provide for their families but now the wages must be raised to 1 75 that these laborers may be enabled to buy the same amount of food that they bought with the dollar under the Democratic aclministration The city must then pay 75 more for the same work the laborer get no better living and well where does the difference go to Get some Republican who can clear away this panic to explain this to you Rev H 0 Morrison the ovan gelist and editor of the Pentacos tal Herald is sending out circu lars aksingthe voters to repudiate JI William H Taft as he repud iates Jeaus Christ He says that Ute Republican nominee denies that Jeaua Christ was the Son of Ged and says that every minis ter et the gospel and layman of the faith and every mother who levee the Lord aad every Sub bathHhool ckildia fie nation efftflht to riteuq jM4 nareH t5 tip palls on eleetien day singing AM to the fMrec of Jesus swtNandgiveXrTaf ta re bake that will go ringing around the worldnp to heaven and n 7 1ff down through ihe centuries Frankfdrt Journal When Republicans talk to you about the benefitskof liigTi tariff just quote1oosevel tnthem He says after seven years of honest practical government as Presi dent t Politicl recoifoiniatshavo pretty generally agreodtha6 pro tection is vicious in theory and harmful in practice When a man used to talk that way the people called him a Democrat Judge Amos Davis of the county of Morgan wHl be the Congressman from this dis trice ll1ll1IlLmrgl inay p fatd this bit of sound warning in his hat Housel Trouble f Sears Roebuck Company have gotten into trouble pretty heavy and have placedmany of their customers into troublealso The firm supplies its customers with all kinds of farm machinery and it seems that they have in fringed on the patent rights of some other manufacturers- The Vermont farm Machine Company recently brought suit against tffem and the case has gone to the United States Circuit Court of New York in wHich Sears Roebuck tC Company lose Thb company has been selling it seems a line of faun machinery on which patent rights were held by the Vermont Farm Machine Company Sears Roebuck and Company must now pay tho Ver mont Farm Machine Company three times the profit it made on tho machines it sold and the farmers who bought this class of farm machinery cannot now us- ertheeetninisttiietlk r1 y again pay for them this tirnbjfo the complainants in the case who must be furnished by Sears Roe buckand Company the names of every farmer who has bought such machinery The case has been in the courts quite awhile and the decision falls heavily on Sears Roebuck aqd Company as well on the farmers who bought the machinery with infringed patent rights SPOUT SPRING Mrs Ella White continues very lowMrs T J Jletcner of Clay City visited friends hereluesday WildyT11leyand wife of Cara lock Ill are the guests of the formers sister Mrlh Andy Barnett W J Christopher Sr and W J Christopher Jr visited rely times at Oollego JIiIthi v eek Shelt McEinuey has been con fined to his room the past ten days with inflammatory rheuma tism Prof West French is coud ting a class here in vocal music Be will teach another class soph as the present term is concluded Vjnleo We had agood rain Monday No school this week on the sex count of it being institute week 00 Curtis was at CKayJCity Monday filling orders for berries AlrJeft Douglasi fBCCreek att a4ecl okuroh here Spaday Mr Alvin Aiaiseef Lexiiic ton is in thisneighborhoodvisitt ingfrieudsaril relatives Miss Cora Garrett of Indian Fields vJsitpdMiHeB 1Ma ry and Grace Waro frpmatur 1 IJ i100 Rey The readers ofkS rwlllbe pleased to learn j is at least one dreaded Ftyat yei once has been Abl In allJW Btageflf and that iv h Jfalls Catarrh Cure is positive cure now knownghllcgltra ternlty Catarrlr nstItu tional disease re cosietitu tional treatment Catarrh Cure is taken into acting din reetly Upon the 6 dtuitcous t4erebydedestroying ease and sfving t by building up tlheetlsUtutionand assisting imttire is itibrk khoproprietor9lMVeitee uci faith in its curative poi titey offer Ono Hundredsr any case that it failaf forend list of testimonial Address K J C Y CO too Ohio Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Fani ty ills for con jstfpdtion We are solo ag a foi Queen r Quality shoes fortyen Hardwick Manton REPORT OPTION C NDI 0I Mafti t c Clay City National Bank At Clay City in the itaielbf Kentucky at the ofbxess3uly151909RESOUR Loans and discounts j10724111a Overdrafts secured aaiMlsecured kSHrW t 808442 OOOPremiUlpsBonds securities ot 24 871 Bankinghouse furnljSH and- flxturei 860000 Othor real 8t toOVn 183848 Due from National BaaKa Dueapprovedreserveagents h 683S38 2869 NoteS Qt otherNat kB 95000 EractiohHlpsperearrwKy nickeieand eent J138ftt WJ1TIJ tfYlt NJC VI pecfo t + rto 668766 Redemption fund wit U S- Treasr5of clrTji yBOOOQ Total yfljmV LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 10000 00 860006Undividedand 716 12 Natl bank iiotesouttuidNig 60000 M 496709Indididuelcheck 211TotalSTATE or KXNTUOKT COUNTT Or POWKIL J 8 I A T While Oaskieref the boye named bank ael swear tkabestofA T W Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th da of 1906 OkyCityCoaaacrAtkat MH Jno D Atkinson Directors Once SCOTT u SKIDOOreraove3 from i4ae peres sWtibaeMain and wiBMt sMMaive moo takes oicalhMiartIt fe- a asw in soaptetrel igal- liagdhataet er eleariua It knperlr a- searien tolie ai k1SeppNea 9054 teetbe Lath riINEswaxN a elMfil aad yee cs poWka +lsist bims- uer kst okae sine k ieeenrt lurm- dl de Kier load of pff 11srunw111consoA- ItMlblrOIS He er er draplet write deal yea ems Ifyon wIi Iieeels day tH MondaytRev glie 8t dbere Sen traymorning turdalJft1l a rVi f i + J 1t 4rJ L L r 1 7 1q I fr br Cut 4 f yp w TzheLasi f t d fiJ i ilj MIInery Goods 1 J1H- We still lave left some choke selec l W 1 tions Tn Cdrreot Millinery that shouldYt- a+ r Yr j be investigated by the lair Ladiesof tj iIthis county to berqgpreciiateid The extremely low prices retailing tj J will not last alwepiior can the gcthd l F r J i selection now offered lasfclongisoOdme r I I to our store at once and seelhow fay 1 r C Jf I ttYQJg ar7rVllang wlngoT tr y I l MrsJ W Wi1IrarnsC- LAD o tJ CiTY KENTUCKY 1 5 i fgr The Whitest White Cake 1 1Ioc tot ldThe Lightest Light R611 S M L 3f akAnd I estDlsctut A i t tt Are MadeWhemaYou Ue 1 x C JI a fI IjrjPeaM ktef I Prue Flours + f i P l tk BO OflierJ Emy Sick fctraitoi r MANU CTBtED BY A CiN y s t ky v lf1 fr 1iG Sold by outLea4lg Metebagter a cT1 Ttie great guaiaateedcure Jor Colds 1 Iiiiveguarani8tIYoiurtrnoney C S ld reiurnediit zwdera oe= ever cures in one dose and with i S ewtVbmitipg have a bottle oh hand It save JI childs 41I oF6Rs I k aMlfl=MMMIT klrpreiI1dkyi1Mkei j c goodsized crowd 0 t movedfroiyLexington here We are to hays llriv Adntuein oxr midst- Aber B S Mu gherrof 1WI- Sacbw0erprtiacheda good sermon tlUQIageie ro rgHr 4fT B Were is euffetia wvece- iti J ars 1lJa yyterWt Mb- t rtM1aypelirs Wareili- be I weatgi ranc r Beet prespeete faT corn44io mtUl seetion f r 1 I rl ij S 0 i7 7 II T3itfs tr IFRUIT ORNACIENTALfey 1iE1 t l verythiagfer- r t- die mWls9y P1as4e are lMnneX t- 1aewTiy them Write for have i1e AgeaIe 1 tH FHl1tmriz8ysr dt- H NCri 4 Jly Its+ f l- Tt i 4 r Rt iIIcE l IVIES 1 i L Al ALL HOMEMADE PAPER i 1 4 iifcv IURSD 1Y duly 23 1908 l + Y1OrJ AIj BREVITIES t Dlrtxg WAINSCOTS r POP Yv Blackberries are still plentiful nnd worth ton cents per gallon ltGood rains continuo to fall 40 ilidcrope were never so promis r r1ngI r S MBcMnttieWebbof Lexihg 4- t lot rtvsitcd Mrs Sam Carr I Tn rsday 1 5Il fir Martin reports the birth = fa8011 to Mr and 1IrsS G I s 13itatYaughns Mill i t 1Ve are solo for mensand Ie j AhHLbttIb ranU batej t14 yHardwick Co Stantbn I C A votiaofl local option will be 1 taken in Gaorgetown and Scqtt I ounty Friday the 24inat it fioakrhVisJtied I Berj J Mrs Mary sterMr80 W JBarnett near i Y1Vincbestettwo days this week j Ti i jFull line 6fLadlclBfIJre8rSkirter rin the latest styles aridfabrics nIIIlani ji 7 anddit Grovcr r ett of ster WiBitc111rnvQs here a1ewdayB tlllS weekfj i f 4 ii w u j f Mr shad Mrs J F Webb of a Lexington visited relatives at ftanton ariftin this oitythey last l df the week Jlrci tIrBWO alterand two fiI children Ky vis i r8 Edward dose a fdw- r 1 days this Week iWo are sole agents for eVallt tA Over shoes mens N p dLardwlckd CoyStantonv i i 7 Mr and Mrs Wildy Hiley cffj c r Oarlrtck Ill arrived Friday Iff 1 C visit relatives intKe county h1r 1 i t Riley left this State for Illinois t about tliirty yearaago f I 1 fmmf2Jm j S vFloyd portoni Ga rerson ic and Dennis the Jndn who- rt wdresobadly wounded in a fight t fb on the L E trainnear iudg4 O14 YJuly 4 are all getting well war w eB8Ij J i MrgyAWallllame1- ThQ Ioo j y oviyalat the Methodist t church conuacd ifs the Rev Ji W wr eniIS concludbd t jj Fridavfdfght T 91 tinginajB co feselonsa 4suweral accessions totbeiphUrch c r f b- iS Wo lfctrr the new tionbrata s flalkWfl6 at once in fronti 1 e l house TheW will t t 4be 2BQ feet more of this walk I iI made between the Christian r church and the cut off r v Fc o 8relleii bts SbrDavid Sons Horse SJhoe brand fit clothing Hardwick Co J c Stanton 1 fH1C r j encein the local option F JOO BlJiliiM 1 n MfWJTud el t f h r t DricksonaHd iMagiBtrates Davis P PotgspistThtlrsday The t = axbta t lyaer passed rtit 4Ute p Appealsfor decision ta itiJoU i n 1IIWbijWiiyrfpPali ri l il J i ltaarageeanAoa rfnat 1 Jiwmrsenathe So tkMA Iddt isurfCfre tiriee1If d l t 8 waet it iletforgstte ask fJ rI 10 leasttI v fy cpR 1l8 pN 1ft a i k v J Ji 4t n- l c i4f t ft s O t t Ptl1 f c 0- 4Ii j 3 1 J R t n w I t f SEEDSM1 iawlAtriayouoer u tlNHNhlairnUmIUVAUTEtY TO ALYJLc Vie today MtoUoa thttflwr 1fuI fEM i7i Ts7FaM tN 1 1EJJeI The race bridge controversy now in the Powelt Circuit Opqrt upon an agreed statements pf facts It is expected that Judge Benton will pass upon the case at once and thelrfdge biiiltv Inn quarrel over a girl at h cmp meeting in Barren county Sayden Tarries shot Clyde Ballard in the breast Later James in showing his brother Sam James how he had shot Ballard1 accidentally discharged his revol jversandihit his brother in the m s TBottfvictimV are probably fatally wounded vAB1 for you to tryaiuittf our+ Horse Shoe brandclothing we will for a lima tediifne give Joua r qCtonot tWenty per cent HatdwIctxfeCo Stanton kimbr tl Mrs D F Blanton Hamilton Oisherevisiting relatives t VT ClaUde King of JefrersohviHf 1 Ind ited histather last tgeelri j r The school began at this place last week with an enrollment of 28 scholars r W GPatrlokreturned last FH day from the National Prohibition S 1Rat Kirabrells chapel next Saturday flight Sunday morning and Sunday Jiigbc i i Mrs Melissa 1Roosley died at beV MondarnigIaftarulingerfbgilloees t tlonDuriaIW dneejJayktCrintb T equlrte tzmeedng at rack sons chapel Sunday was conducted n l Bro TtiTi Soittbgate the yCuxrier6 1 us- A Special Rite of itajj For The Cam palga and Election iFtlaiirsVtimorin its history The Courier Journal hasMade a special cut rate on its Daily for the aofthspapeis4fi munt119 FOY 4e campalea arate ofiflgC has been mide toashyto orders received daring the months AfterAugustin offset Subscriptions ifeceived during these months at this rte will be entcledon the Cparifer Journal mailing lit until fiecember 1 llextw1tnaJlwilr espirej 8erto in yesr bBdera at bncev through thia paper The earliar you get inJ the more papers you J receive h Henry Patterson has anneeneed that the Rpurietf JburaaL twill support theybetaisratip tlbket from earl to end adhe believes tkt ticket wail w4 in wp berf1h Iyouls villa Ttmos4 edits1byjColj V fi- rnald9ni wtiFllt rat1 Uktdetf efeaete aJlitlql 8fHtkUeitft tndrhi r + PrteB atdywhere- rTae ClarCity Tr eV to ykr4tta 111 t81 tllerqrlJf1tratkWi19 from thtd dateer1eG1f- o tiitl + tzfonly ssi1fo u titiJ J s j I J J Y EreeidiBfaElder A fair sized crowd wM present 6ommissionejs Sale- Vt t Povelclrcnli Court Swann Co 1Iaintl- tterolrtlic pefendant Not InEquity 3yyr weLof a Judgment and order of 8eott eJoweUOIfCult Court rendered at 1 Juue tfirrn I008r thereof uJderstgnedw4 pcloclt i mn or thereabout being- CoarhDay will pr offer for sao ttPiublfc Auctlpnto the highest blddifi pn iJcredlt of j ix months at theO n Hpuso door In Stanton KJ1 tie mentioned in the Judg mentio wit SituatedpnBlnck creek of Red River In Ul9ioo of Powell and State of Kentucky being the same ndas now ot record In tine county clerks office of Powell county title bjpng In the name ofJohn Bowls land f described as follows Befng bounded on the North by the lands of Dudley Parker on the East by the lands 01 John T Johnson oh the0outhi6y the lands of Pat Slump andontlie West the lands of John Bowles or sufficient thereof to produce 18264 so ordered to be made The jjurchwwr will be required to give bond wlWapproved security for the payment ofUhe purchase money to ReplevInBondof BI aceordiug to law Bidders Will bopreparedto with these terms Allen will be retained on the land sold tUlilhhe purchase money is paid fi Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON laser ComV Powell C C Cour1 er Journal from now until UecemSIr 1st during the campaign aiuiithe Times one year both for lffa Subscribe today Notice to Trespassers lt persons a a hereby notified that alt bunting and trespassing is- fgrbtddenbv Ihe undersigned who wjiL dsecute o the extent of the Jaw all person violating this no ic B B HurdoNwY I i Winchegtei Bank rNOUBPOBATED NH WrruEno oN Pres jj Giiitill Stoc zooooo 1 IgEoStaiB 20000 r Ve solicit the counts of individ ealsfirms and corporations 84 eeeooiaesei4 iB FiJLRR Y i e Uhaertaker7 L s Keeps a Full Supply of e Coffins caSKets Bu 2real I obis and I e Stilts ee s flsoc n Hbmefltade core fins to Or4 rfn Short Notice IIYhcII DMfred e e west Bcx7Ky i l ql I nri + + Hf1 Yi 1+ ++ i J PiA- iI PP1N 1ii VV1t f e I t k T4 J welet1 t f tcaanfCtocc1t Sit NbtkO pa- Reas e nOtc uhf BD Linety SpectactesMe a sag r K4Nf- e tlCKY t N A cxli YS a rt t lIE CLAY CITY NATIONAL I DANK I JGJLAY CITY KENTUCKY I Capital iGOOOOoo I ISurplus and TJiidlviclctl Profit OOOOoo + i j M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Trans ts any tunneu colllAmt with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpora Atiotu Puma and Individuals Solicited t Interest Paid on Time Deposits 1tjf I A Letter T Qr Eastern Kentucky Friends When you visit Winchester Ky Dont forgetto 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 Premo Cameras I II Columbia Graphophones and Records 2nd Door from Corner Main Broadway flail Orders Solicited O 0 MUSS and D C DUNIOAN Props We are Now Ready For Your Trade With a Carefully Selected stockof General Merchandise consistingof st everything the femOy may need 1 Our 1meo4 Wearing Apparel for MsvandWomen and children iithe equal of stores ttfrnuch larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the workingman shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children andshoes bravery body at prices to suit you I What is said ofour Shae 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 INCOKMKATtD Clay City Ky TTTEr1I1WURE WITH i 3SX40 SONT- ho JtiOriilinc1 InNtiinnoo Agents in airEttorn Kntuolcy it tftI LUtH s + J1Qver 2oooooood 1 Represented v qt Lr w 1 Ever one tv rktioWe ahythingahorit inii lnbwri= Ic T atb rreJedepJ k t + t s6fiIMJ i iIo io a1N rA VTt FYb4ie i r j IYi it s f f r r R r 1 c wIsdom is kno ing how igno rant we are and keeping the knowledge to ourselves Renew your subscription today w PROFESSIONAL CARDS w- le R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY KY Y BR SMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURD EON CLAY CITY K- YYou LookYellow The trouble is your livers productsWe your blood You cantdigest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from Head ache stomach ache dizzi Iness malaria constipation What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver ton- icBedfords Black Draught This greet aedidne acts gently on i the sick liver It purifies the blood renews theappetite feeds thenerves dears the brain and cures consul patlonIt a true medicine for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try it At all dealers in medldnes ta 25c packages n THE CHILDRENSS IUARDIAN I THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HC- METICKS I Croup and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses aId Physicians Tkm Sizes 25c50c and 110 I FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfect Antiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold Brlmlnml to ila wMhaut H Sold by druggists Money returned U not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mia Chemist Prop 6reeiiab ro N C IPruproducedVmany years but we believe this years I perfectionNaboth imi experience in careful pressing aid I developing Naboth Grape JuiceI liJtlebetter ofIcluster in October The 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