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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 6, 1908. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1908 cla1908080601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 6, 1908. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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it i lOring doors Ceiling BUhdBV Weatherboarding Verandas Pickets v T Steinyays Shingles and Eo oreFrohte H e Leditr bf T f IJIR Building a Felt Roofing- Fllntoid Roofing and I 1Send r v us Your nafcs Preempt ShlpritehtS1 5 rhavfl jitst received a full and attractive line of r 1 Summer Goods 4 1ILinen Lftwns ft Sheer white and colored Westings Ji1 w1 i itt 1Paper Etc esfi Chambraye Shirtings fco o- Abeautifullhe jofofrolc nandside combs Past Color Dress Ginghams that wets I 12Jc4 reduced to UI Best Calicos 7 A y Granulated Sugar t Sj 1 f fr s j14The best 166 Coffee in the market Perfection Flour and Meal always OH handyt rT i jfet Lowest PricfekY i 4 c Also Fresh canned Goods Meats and Lard all low r v est prices Wil also keep on hand ILStrolledOats Peed Cora and SMfstuff 1 t1 will buy CJi R f1and Eggs either II for Cash or rade I r 1 JB EATON yjtelve Months Dead Line By order offlhePostoffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed ass e qfclclaM matter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In complyia6 A UI this new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 mina sad a scribers from this time on will have to be promptly drop pea wnea timwubscription becomes twelve months past due Please keep yourself hroaiouder the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher oxbv1 r J in 1 S FarnteraItute Meeting Tire Powell County Farmers Institute wafun session at Stan ton TuesdayJjmd Wednesday with rofjAV7r Kane of Falls berg Lay o county and Prof M Jtlnson of Buechel Jefferson cou as leading in structorsThimeeting was well attended bYrmers or at least there were many more in attend anco thw Lan last The instructors were well pleased with the interest ianirested and the farmers werArnlso well pleased with the mewing There should have been rabre of the country folks therefo surely the farms of Powell equity can be greatly enhanced in value by better treatment and more scientific cultivation t The Powell County Farmers Club was reorganized in the af ternoon Wednesday by the elec tion of R OY Hall President James L Martin Vice President and George Oonlee Secretary John D Atkinson the retiring SecreUry for the pasttwo years has labor Junkfrthe ttd u him IS art the success of1 the institute this year Mr At kinson declined to be again elected to the position and advis ed the election of same energet ic farmers and the club heeded hill advice Death 01 John V McKInney John W McKinney the pio near cattle dealer of Powell county died at his home on Hardwicks Creek Sunday Au gust 2nd after a few weeks ill ness of paralysis Aged seven tysix years Funeral and burial at the aid D R McKinney home stead near his residence Tuesday The Rev W WvGreen of Jack son conducted the funeral Deceased was buried in the honors of Masonry arij order to which he had been a member for fiftyfour years Mr McKinney has been a very prominent stock trader and was a man of a large circle of aCe quaintaces and friends iBe wan ellknown to the many peopled a score or more counties He served one termfiaB Sheriff of Es till county when Hardwicks creek wasa portionof that gountya ffc H6 is uIv veaby the widow and two daughter Mrs Lennie Wke JIt has abouffcen decided to build a goncret alk in front of the Christia u rC lorame pnketwi11al2ndRconcrete walk tn all when thergtected walks are completed 3ftere will be ja boat 8000 squlii feof tho im prdvedcement I jilfc inClay City 1V hope to ee tliegood work tend futther ntown to w 1 II IY 7lV x 1 Y n r P f + Y 2- Lj w I PROGRAM Powell County Sunday School Association at Powells Valley Aug 16 1908 025 Song 9 30Welcome AddressElder Albert Easter SongPrayer- 945Reading Minutes 1000Why we are hereElder- J T Turpin 1015 Five Minute Written Re ports County Superintendents 1 Elementary Grades 2 intermediate Grades 8 Adult Grades 4 Visitation and Home De partment 5 Organization C Education 10 45 Conference on these Re ports Led by W J Vaughn 1120 What is That in Thine HandRev R A Irvin 11 40 Announcements Appointment of Committees 1150Best Methods of Superin w tendents WorkA M Burgher No Intern1isro it115Song and Prayer 180The Organized Adult Bible Class Movement S M Tipton j 1 50 Secretary Treasurers Re por- t200The World Wode Sunday School Movement W J Vaughn 2 20 Offering 2 80 Winning and Holding Young Men in Sunday School Elder M P Lowry 2 45 Report of Committees 8 OOThe Newly Elected Officers Installed 815The Joy of Loyal Loving Service 825I am Resolved Audiende 4 00 Sun Bros circus exhibited hero Thursday to a fair sized crowd It was up to the high standard of their famous exhibition Exery thing about the show is decent and highly The management honest and cor rectoThis was their fourth ex hibition in this city and they were glady welcomed here as well as on the other occasions y- Miss Mr Harlan Blair and sister a Maud Blair and Miss Ethel Huston of Morehead and Miss Viola Courtney of Winchester and Miss Mary Coffee of Jack son are guests of Mr and Mrs A T Whitt Last week by oversight we left the date and number of our pa per on the first page until we had printed some 150 papers when we noticed the over sight and made the change Dr and Mrs E 0 Guerrant- of Wilmore are in the city loolcwing after the interests of the Orphanage of which Dr Guerrant is the presiding offlcier iheiresultof Saturdays trus tee election has not yet been an nounced in all the districts We hope to be able to give full re port next week Teethextracted without pain plates made teeth filled all kinds of crown and bride work at reason able prices See Dr S P11am mons at Red River Hotel for 30 days Clearance SaleKi Of our Stock at I BARGAIN Adjournment entertaining unchangedr Entire PRICES I U Trimmed Hats 50c tb 500 Street Hats your own price Flowers Wings Quillaand Plumes at prices that will make you buy Hosiery Belts Gloves Combs and Hairpins r Everything is included in this sale of we mean to close them out S These are Cash Prices only I YbuJGant Afford to Miss this Opportunity h Rcspedlfully Mrs W N Bush U tHE TIMES PUBLISHED 1Jyj5Jjr TriORSDAT f J E Burgher Publisher l Sahftiption Rates 50 Cents jer year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Aug 0 1908 0 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers wehave arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 10011 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 H Louisville Commercial 75 11 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEflENTS or only Clerk We are authorized to announce CRAB EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Superintendent Schoolt AAlrvinCounty Superintendent of Schools of county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce JOHN 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 partyWe are authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate forJailor of Pow oil countYrsubject to the action of the We are authorized to announce Char lie Clark candidate for Jailor of pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor In this issue will be found the announcement of Charlie Clark for Jailor subject of course to 4 the action fthe Democratic party Mr Clark is always Democratic coming also of famous Demo cratic stock Mr Geo W Clark of Vaughns Mill a leading citi zen of the county being his fath er He is a young man of hon est and Hober qualifications being thus ideally fittted for the place Coming as he does of so promi font family of the county besides his own popularity he will prove a formidable candidate 1 notwithstanding the popularity of the other worthy aspirants t Thoughtful Democrats will give careful consideration to his claims along with that of the oth of candidates and select the bestI- r jthan possible for jailor as well tee i surery up the very bestmatolrialin their ranks Four years agoiwhen the prod acts of the Standard Oil Compa ny began going up in this coun try the same products furnished by the Standard in foreign coun tries began going down until there was a difference of0 cents k per gallon on the Standard Oil in in foreign countries and in the United States Is it right for homo people to pay six per gallon more for coal oil than the same company i Is selling the same oil for thou sands of miles away after hav ing paid the freight on it This is all caused by Republican legislation and then it is no won corporationpaysadi yearly on its watered stock A jurys fine imposed upon the Company amounts to nothing for all thec t anyh8toJloisto put up a liberal amount of Re 1 J J C public cafnpkignmoneythe fine its annulled and the robbing tiro- cessproceedgr V tcfoBryanllDdKern and khocfc fo6beries j We arc lad tots the farmers orPwell county awaking toI thekbesti interests The i eat manifested by them at the Farmers Institute is indicative of tbe fact that they now are beginning Jo realize that the old way of farming is not the best for the county any longer and that they are= seeking the best ways to improve theirland and at the same time get the most profitable end of the farm life by growing such crops that are equally remunerative and at the same time build up the farm lands This looks encouraging to us and it is hoped that the good work first begun two years ago by the State will meet with the success it was designed to make Farming is the only thing now for the people of Powell county follow The timber is exhausted and our living must come from the soil and we are glad to know that some of the farmers are seeking to learn the best way to get their living from the farms It is fortunate for a party to have a standard bearer who can unite all who claim to belong his faithand it is evident in starting out in the Congressional race in this district that Judge Davis will have no antagonisms in his party ranks nor explanation to make as to his course as a Deny ocrat or the means used by his friends in giving him the nomination And it was a noticable fact when the convention cIO s ed which gave the Tiomiriation ifeelingwith the result and a determi liationtobnd every effort to wards his el ctjoJiEvery delegate expressed ence in the Goal outcome and went away from thesconxentiou friendly resolved to do all in his power to carry the district This hormon ious ction should bring the democrats all to realize that with proper effort from all quarters nu doubt should be entertained as to giving an oldtime majority for the old war house in November Estill Herald r8tGrover Cleveland is worth 1250000 yet the question of settling a heavy pension uppn her is beingagitated already arid at the next session of congress the pension will doubtless be granted There is alsostrgng- sentimentin the country in favor of settling Vlarge pension upon expresidents A man who draws a salary of 50000 and liyingox pen6eEifor four years will never need a pension unless he IBa pendthriftand even if ho shouldj its no disgrace for an American citizen to earn his living no mat ter how high an office he may have held Let us steer clearof every form of snobbery Sherman the Republican nomi nee for Vice President is a mon eybag who has made 2000OQJ honestly of course while play ing politics on a salaryof 5000 i is a salary grabber is president of one trust company and a stockholder in two others is a corpor ationlawyor and above all j IcS virufent opponent of organized labor 1felect edtShermanail presiding officer of the Senate would controllegislation there JUSt iis Speaker Joe0annoji do6s in 4hetHouserin thtf interest of x i f t- J t ttftorytimes on fhs before yoit ivote Ex The DefuoO tih28rtlJ dicial distriotiatt at Jacksonjv Friday and o ll4a convention to meet atJa 3QnjAugnst 25 to nominate CRj Jdates for Circuit Judge and OotSSbfawealtha Attorney in that ulrict Mass Conventions icill held In each county August JHlfo aeJectdel- eglltetoattCin t the general con vention Hui iddell of Ir vine is a candhUto for Judge and A f Campton is a candidlitteer Criminori wealths AttqrifjjW When thiSkf of and corn pare the preseflt pafic with the one in 1003 you ustndtforget- to note how muchuarder it is to to get around tho03 panic because of the faci thataccord jug to government statistics till kinds of nsare41 per cent higher nowJtKan then STATE OF O BeLUFrank J Cheneymakes onth that he is seniorpttrtaer of the firm of F J Chettey T9 doing feusi ness in the CitypCf fbledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLtAKS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured bythe use of Halls Catarrh Cure F JCHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th daybf December AD886 f8GLEASONSEAL Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly Ou thee blood and mnpouB surfaces of the system JSfcd JN testimonialstCt1i cH do Ohio Sold by all Druggists 75c Take HatS Family Pills for con Btipation TREJgL I FRUIT rrl ORNAMENTAL Everythingfo- rOrchard Lawn ands arden Our SrawberryPlantUan Money- Makers Trythemj + Vrl bfor FREE Catalogue tiNe have no AgciotB 1 j J J fff Hilleiimeyer Sons tEXDfoTONe XY y SKIDOO renvbveaf n h 4 the grimei stalpandfftfcWJedln dirt I lyeOODOO i iainganingredientor cleaners It Imparts a delightful sensation to the Bkinlan l if1 ceptton ally good for the bath iFEtTakeasoft f on it andou can tfiiw re Mass infacttime It does not hanuiWi elfin Ilfce ordinary scoarihg soaps jKIIOOJWJlI do wiiwiftao Wsoap olrerd One can will convlM yiu A great ire1fbrtac Amt W r fNieBdR W real11111 rir I 1 Uo J f tM t I 1If t r rJ fi I tt et y a4Y- a Sf 41 1 1 oJooL A i1 tf i lN G Millinery Goods 11 iffv t Tt soloeotbe investigated iby the lair1Jadiis of his county to be iappreciateid The extremely Iow prices prevailing will hot last always nor eau the good selection now offered last long socpme to our store at once and see how for j your spare change will go s i Ti 94x a Mrs j WWiliams 4 CLAY CITYt n NTUCK I d 1 n The Whitest WhiteCakeY f f The Lightest Light Rdlls L kA And FlaklestBlsGUlti t i te rAre MadeWbdnYotcJieq if t pe rland Bakers Me I fViArefSi Take no Other Every Sick Gniranteed i Z MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Loading Merehantsf rl t COlds1Coughever fails Ifeia the only that cures inbnfrapsfrandith Y out vomiting Always abottle tin hariil It majraaye yourr childs life Reconuneridedbylphysicians Prtoe35ctsjpcrbottle FoR SALE BV 0R0GGISTS 4 l f TIE KUSSKEi MEIMWE COMPANY SiI PrtjK IdIy itaayjJ 1 w oiI Ju a tOMGIIISfAl fDlPIIJmS r PriVateiLiBe3and Exchanges ietetisolaWoq No rotJfti 6 +rime e w +sT r wi- orPhoedwiq j ruin ttMtrCCt WI 1Lroirs MM We weT I it 4i y trN rt1 Its eftrfy ntfttter ynpfi thfe ipQorn hrn your pockets f ci M JicoUNMEJw tti0dioltf wriuTpdy i IIt i1fI4omRI JIiORA NlEnflMEOtUYwrMieJ MTIItTIUlrMftIRItIrMY L fi 4 an + th ii R Areeniptyp f c 7t r t I 4 L J u j k i0 c U 111 1 r 2 CO Iia I hvrIn1caaYIre MIp w rirT TNc bu 79I IMTh jc to L- IYhenI II ttTTLH1IllljIht 1 G M freunjterhe1ikRto trillFik iffh S- fillrl iy 1lnttlrl RlI l tll lYttN iv iS C tif J1 J rI IiJ djin 1 i7 tJi Ju J 1 f Mi V Ii Ii i tc 4 I 1 t y w r t Sy J t J I r r + 1 ff kt t zIj r1 1 i 1b F- Ii rlIlN ES 1 k AN11 T IiOl11E h itiCAIE PPERf tr f THURspQIAugI 10Q- aitli t t q lFA BREVITIES POPtf rtnCguIRr Meeting of thedity t i Council Friday night 4 r irSmith reports the birth of Mr and Mrs Freda v a daughter to fjt Xllpton Thursday night July 80 i H OK Grictttof Winchester jiasbeeh eldcted as one of the i jReBublicnn Elector from the ittlargoYy Hill lines 6t Ladies Dress Skirts and material for making same In the latest styles andfabrjc8 Mrs J W Williams i i f Mitis M try GrahatnEatpr arid vtlohn Eaton are vl8ltmg their C i11tMrsQ W Duncan at Mt Gn 6arbohW Va r l IWArD GampbeJl nnd Mrs Q rV Campbell f Irvine were guests of Sludgy andMisT J JFletcher this week DrM rempints birth of + a bpoun Democrat to Mrand 4 Mrs Jeff McKinney of Vauchns h Mill Thursday July 30th v See our lineol LadioswDress Skirls of latest atyksjind patterns T Mral J W Williams i Biodlend Garrett Co closed dbn their sass mIl ziondayand i will be down for thirty days and probably until a tide reaches us 4r Tho Clay aitd Irvinejiase ball teams crossed bats on the whichleseices tu i George Adamsthiehe man wlia8moved to JAeksonto fesfde Mr and Mrs Adams dire good people whom we regret to Nosb i r iMarshal AV PtohnIQneft- t t i Mpnday for a tlurtydayB vacation Bbwilrvl1itrelativcs in oJ Bourbon countyand the state of M Virginia ti t JriIr and Mrs George P Don las of Levee visitedrelatives at t Vauglins Mill TudsJay and tr- i t tended the funeral andbuiialof J aYf McKinney 1 Wrbf Gi pH o kofSnr ldi9 M18 Jshere Spending a fewy5 t days thfcdrritjnds trof 1 i a welcowe 1 ViJtor lllUlt1y Citya y t Mr and Mrs iSani i se J1of l J 1rrvi1lelnd Mi eiLlaRndlraciI xltlu soil df Louisfillespentfrom f jaturday itill Monday wlItrola1 4 tivesnud friends in the city J w i M tip t4 inchesteiIatohaye a daily rf paper with 15rOOO capital stock t behind it Tie paper must be t aimiitg fo presentametropplitan- apearance i Ft can be madti 8 a BOCCeBS a t t rR Ruratmeroht1Q and f i wick reek is in Oincinhati this sales7tttI rns abletbsnpply aria tredo goods 1 tiitbargainpricsiB s ttr 1 i Toesh who wlll + allar J t 1i inadvanceiptilt l 1tutit9t free fdr o1i iJMFIT yea Of lJ IMJltjo4 t t Jrf ttiI ifoAgriBUlGtir 31i1debfiU lbtt j it fartnlpapeldtpublfeha y r itf 1l r 4ti foJ rMiw S- vrz t 5EEDsj5 iii sucit- IliP OJ ALO FFE Miia1 niw B AtrWualyou our permowt trPrtit If i 1 II 7iewH lnlk+ law- rfftoday ri1416t Mentkq thit Ipar v CENTSIw1101 UJhtoIII 1108 NIVUdwaeaa rmue Wi 1868 WMowm The Powell counfyMedkato cietyrnctt Stanton Iiionda a1l l held almost interas ing Rid profitable session Several pa pens Kere read and discussed The regular time 6f meeting is monthDran important part fa the next program The Rev Jr j h JSreqse Of Kentucky is visiting Dr Frank- Stales at Logan Th tis A gyaduafe ejf Beach Medical Cold Ifege Indjanaponsiahtlhftshis I- iceidett practice in Indiana Hd Is preaching in a revival meeting at Swales Hall and hnjr large congregations He is waking up the religious people of the com munity He is the poet that won the prize for a poem on wo man offered by the Literary 1d ilfuicpl Sociqity of New Yqrki The1 critic ofthe Society sayst- Your poem is maatorpiecey and will live forever and bens popular in twenty years as it ig today r wrote the best poem on Abraham Lincoln for a prize offered by the Rochester Anathoum SO ViucbesteiiinSentinel lD reeso is Ii foredo4rhth h0TsStrayplace Cama atOTit Julio li- Sntockwith eV white spots crap off Vtfch eat and swallow fork In each ear Weight frotpVlSO to 200 rt f Ibs r Owner can 7tavo j hn y VrovingVproperty andpaying all cbar T J1rglJv ns bUll Ky CjiVsrSpeciallRateor i 5ForTheCaln tpagnand Ejection or 13or the first time in its history The CourierJourriaX leas made a- spet1 lraW9nJt8 Bally for the- calpaRn The J tuar price 3f- tliepapetfs0 J a yrHlI83orsx mot b9Eol the campaign a rate of 135 has been wade to applyto orders recejved dungthe mpriths J unsj July an Aft Avgu8t31 Jha rc irattewilhtio in effect Subscriptions reeeiv d during these months at ihar4e will be entQicd pp the Courier JourriillmJilii1Klit untwneoem jr J it iitxt when all wiUekIre Send in your brjferi to1oe through this a elfTjie earlier you gnliii bo nmojrfl pBpsypu receive s rt6U Henry l VatwrabV hag announwd thaxhe CSdUrierrjJpUr al will sup port the Denieratic Ueliet froinnd to fIl afid lie bcliewrth tieketA- r111wia in November The Lgi1s- vilis Pimee eJtted l v galdqman hassnadee ssie t- J 51 ttnclerxthe 8apecoadTtion 1 ij iterQrlij1ff1JttyJi i lbile yi9ar and i Ir ofthe above riaily per j- rrDt1hiW IosalswletdQQgQfor only l A 1 t ut S 4 tt 3b U i J- t V g- H Jfw r J yx xv hgheyIn0 Ii catf Dr P3aifmQnJjgeht at will beat tl R ftfi this city for tKjrjty days beginning August f 1 6everalfromthisplace attend edktlie funeral of John W Mc p wicks r k- Tuea1f jr of Lexiig toil visite1thomo folks Tuesday and Btt odd the funeral of liis uncJey JpfinW McKinney Buggy for Sal- eNbttoptPplendid condition Apply at Elie ofliee Firma for Sale Bluegrisfl farms for sale through oat Cent Kentucky Good bus h BBt6Cxc for farm B F Adcpc c fcanskKy Photographs Am nowready to make Photo graphs attiayjresidenca near Clay City Tbose fvanting pictures will please coins nce JOHN W HENRYfvfw FTm For Sale Boundary tpf about 175 acres one mile fro poutf3pring Price 120000 and well worth the mono ey Mrs Belle Burgher j Spout Spring Ky DailyjCJourierJqurnal from now until December 1st during the cab paignl and the Times one year both for li50K Subscribe today Notlccto Trespassers AH persons are hereby notified that nIl hunting and trespassing is f6rbiddehbY the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent Of the Iawall perBons violating t isnp= tice i B B tfTBOK sll Winchester Bank INCOBPORATBD N H WiTiifiuspoON Pres II Capital stock tPQPOP Surpli1s Jy s alien the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 84 B FBkRR YIi f 1- Undertaker 1 Jfp c r Keeps a fut Supply oY Coffins Caskets Bit ruae and bSpI1st Atqo cap ftirnlsh Home Made fof tins to Order on Short Notice ss rhea Desiredr West1 Bend Ky = J r t 1 1 t J Watchmaker P PPIN j t i JeweleriH 111 KlndS of cka d Clock = t I Repaid g o4 kettNotkl and of Rwwejwble Terms SATISFACTION QUARATSrrBBD Line of IcweiryectaClesCdl j JUver Hotel Bi4tiwc CLWCITY I j lKUCKY 3 iIt 01 ++ot + + + fo +++ ++oIto ++ pJ- w Jt s 1 1yjIIIrSlI THE CIA CITY NATIONAL r J BANK aiAY CITY KENTUCKY rM1 Capital OOOOoo I II Surplus tr unit Undivided Profits OOOOoo M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Trantaai any business consiflent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals Solicited I Interest Paid on Time Deposits r 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 clce Premo CnmernsUu Columbia Graphophonep and Jlecords and Door from Corner Main Broadway nail Orders Solicited QV0 HUSS and D C DUNIGAN Props We are Now Ready For Your Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most Everything the Famjly may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities I Our Shoe Department is Completew- ith shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and i lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suityou i Wat1 V said ofour Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You areinvited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INCOKPOHATt- OV Clay City Ky INSURE t WITH I f= A LYON SOS + Thei ending Insurance Agents of Eastern Kentucky iOver 200000000 Represented 1 r one who f knows anythingabout insurance know Itheareieal leisin t line I 4++++4 +++ t+ +Xdwb+ u +++e++ + + + + f 1 7 1 yf- j 4 q= = P y KimbrcIIX There was preaching at Kim brells Chapel Saturday and Sunday by Bro Cosby W H Wiseman and family of Qlark county are visiting rel atives in this county Mr and Mrs John V Harris visited Mr and Mrs Ray McKip ney last Saturday and Sunday H S Bonsib of Indianapolis Indiana will give an address on Gospel Prohibition at Kimbrell next Sunday at 10 oclock a m Wonder how much Rockefeller put into that campaign fund in order to get that 2000000000 fine removed Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reason abe and satisfaction alwys Renew your subscription today PROFESSIONAL CARDS hW W4YWIdMJhMP W MNMNNN WN MMILN44 R A IRVIN M D PHYSIOIAtr AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE ITRADE MARKS DeSIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac and mayAnyone sending a tketeh description as- aninventonIsprobablypaIntahla Communlea on Patent sent aecnnopit recetra notice without cbarie Scientific American A handsomely illustrated weekly rargestelrd of an eartfonrmonth6L eodbyallnewsdealers UNM3918roadwy Branch Office lon D Co t i THE CHILDRENSS lUAllDIAH I THE DOCTOR IN YOUR H- OMEvecKs Group and PnNinonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses udi r Physicians Tim Sizes lie SOc and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfeetAntiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or ganr with every breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup In twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis t and Whooping Cough Head Colds Worth Its weight in gold Criminal fe bm wHhout M Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory PREPARED oNLy BY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C IGrancsthe sick room We have produced the delicious Naboth Grape Juice for rearsIor pro gression Better each year Im proved by the wisdom ofeach years experience in careful pressing and l 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 Gripe taken froth he cluster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superior quality ofNabolh Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply withthe National Pure Food Inyigoratlng THE NABOTH VINEYARDS BroetMj New York 4 tt 1tf nr Y 1t Four e Lynched AtRtiraqlivlifd Fridaynight ft mob of one hundred masked men Jo1esRobertBoyer four negroes from the jail and hanged thorn Not Mnof the county officials offered jl re sistaifbo or made any effort to save the lyres of their prisoner The mob added to the crime this notice pinned to tho dead then Let this be a warning to you niggers to let white people alone or you will go the same sway and your lodges hud bettor shut up and quit The negroes wereinjail charg ed with interfering with the offi cers to prevent the arrest of Ru fus Browder the negro who kill ed Janice Cunningham a young white farmer on July 18 Brow der had been taken to the Louis ville jail for safekeepIng p e Base Ball at Stanton Tn one of the hardest fought games of the season the Win chester Eagles went down in des feat at the hands of the Stanton Baileys dt the River View Park in Stanton Sunday the score be ing 4 to 2 The game was a pitchers battle from start tofinish with Wills of Stanton slightly in the lead The Stanton boys will tflay Pilot View Saturday and a team from Cincinnati Sunday on the home field v That 29000000 fine against the Stahdard Oil Company has just been reversed by the higher courts Since Teddys strenuous efforts at trut bursting was set out some time we have not yet heard of one of duo rascals being put in jail or a single trust burst ed Then why not pass thojob up to Bryan and Oalleagues who will tbe truBtsVasfjeadily as eyer OarrleNatlon smash eda saloon I SPOUT SPRING Mri and Mrs R S Christopher are visiting relatives and attend jug the Clark county fair Mr and Mrs Qeb W Bueht Vaughns Mill were guests of the litters uncle T S3IcKin = ady Sunday There seems to be no change in the condition of the eicli which has been previously noted in these columns Elder BS Burgher of Winchester attended servfhes at the Baptist Church hfcre Sunday and thepreachtnF Mr end Ait teoLisand Mr andNrs t MKlft iTy of PhoteVi31lsiteaa relative s hcretlte M st OH e week Wes frenchjflJie vocal music teacher wfsc from his duties here td iTft tcifa who isrvery sick in the sQutifern portion of the county Sen Pr HamriiheQDentist at Red 1Zlvei of Del tal work fpri30dayfl only beginning AuguMth No doubt menfSTro justaefobl ish as womenbut you seldom jmanJolbreachyr fi j i4 Its the thtr s we dont say Tvjiich cause tuetleast regret i 4 V We never Ki4Tw wh tllgood time we are having tjll it is over Who II Be Presidentj This isf a presidential year and every man must read to keep post ed on 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