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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 13, 1908. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1908 cla1908081301 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 13, 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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Lawns Sheer white colored Waitings Wearetleadq uarters for Building Paper V Felt Roofing Fllhtoid Roofiing p and Etc Your received full and attractive line and ShirtingaJo e A beautiful line of back and side combs r Fast Color Dress Ginghams that welO 12ic reduced to lie BetitCalicass 7 Granulated Sugar Oi The best Ific Coffee in the market Perfection Flour anfl Heal alwayVSif hand A M Lowest Prices Goods Meats and lard all 1o W R Yestprieee Willalekeepoaahand 1 BNliedt e PMd VWrB IHIw WMNvMln 1X i urC li iS j I hi41110N jt I J 4- iK R r s j1twelve Months Dead Line By ohiir f Postomce Department all weekly papers can no longer be rMiIediifJondelusmatter to subscriber twelve months or more in arrears Is CoM with thk new ruling we have been compelled to cut off 300 ieMer i fobscriben from this time on will have to be promptly drop ped whW ta jwbscription becomes twelve montha past sue Please keep yeatdf fomiiuader the dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher = 1 COUNCIL MEETING bf The of the City flowconvened Friday night wit a Mayor and Ooun cllmen The regular rou tine to was dispensed- with bless The Mafthale report showd 40 00 colled on tax The po lice JudgaKeport showed 5500 collect d nee The Tr rers report showed TreasuryIA concrete walk six feet wide was ordeC put down the full mo school house lot The plank alks in all parts of town were rdered put in good condition rtorn up Joo4 fld Organization The people of Kentucky and waking up the fact that bad roads are largely responsible for the lack progress and that good roads 11 advancement in larger lnin any other fIl one lki ahavev The meeting at r once recently of over 200 g id road advocates from variouf parts of the State to inspect a mile of model road built by the Government em phasizes the awakening At this gathering a temporary organiza tion was effected of a State Good Roads Associatin The perma neat organization will be made At the State Pair in September Every county should ba repre sented then and with proper plannedtr Such an organization can educate I the people to understand what bad roads costand how well good roads pay This is the first and most necessary step for nearly half the population of Kentucky is indifferent on the road questionfrom lack of knpwl edge on this important matter The next step is to educate the people how to build good roads At present nineteen twentteths pit our roads are poorly built and hundreds of thousands of dollars are squandered in building poor roads sSmplj from the lack of knowledge ifci to how to build good ones The Third step is to eduoate C be willing to pay for goojrpad as the very best investnMBt they can make f9 increase t value of farms saving in cpatof transportation and in vethiftlee and teams A idng this liniisdmes the proposi tion toin tTeniber 1800 a mend the itutitutionsoas to i hive State a forroad building mug wilt ntttvoted by the people unlewetlrep realize the cost of the value fgoodroam The counties geo roads are rich largely becaig i they have good roads t eoHntiea that are poor are7aeo beoau8e they Shave ipeortt + State aid will r 1 s t toJ j r Y = r repuiro rich counties to help the poor ones to have good roads which would otherwise never be able to have them By all means let us have a strong and working State organi zation for good roadsExM- clatoshPuckett Mr Robert McIntosh of Spout Spring was married to Miss Ida Puckett of near Irvine Thurs day August Oth Eld J H Johnson officiating Miss Puck ett is a daughter of Nelson Puck ett The groom is the yuugest son of Elder G W McIntosh Both are very prominent young folks and are receiving congratu lations from their many friends Clash Between Sheriff and Soldiers A serious clash between Sheriff Tom Khea of Logan county and State soldiers stationed at Rus sell ville took place Tuesday when Sheriff Rhea reached Russellville with the negro Rufus Browder The Sheriff resented the efforts of the militiamen to surround the pnifluor andeii tb solr diers climbed on the seat of the carriage threw them to fhe ground and the wheels of the ve hicle passed over one of the men After the Sheriff had placed his man in jail he consented for the soldiers to guard him but said that was all they had a right to do Seventh avenue and other im portant streets of the city will be regraded and put in good condi tion We Want The Orphans- The Highland Orphans Home at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in themountains It is a large three story brick bouse beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by the Society of Soul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphan girls between the ages of five and thirteen will be received if eligible We hope to yef take the boys later Before they are sent we want to know the name age health character etc etc Only those who have neither father or mother will be recieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Guerrantf Wilmore Ky Also will thank alt ministers and county officers togive mforma tion as to any such children The Home will clothe educate and care for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better M home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward O Guerrant Wilmore Ky Circuit Judge Cook created a sensation at Murray Tuesday by instructing the grand jury to in vestigate reports affecting him self and Commonwealths Attor ney Smith Judge Cook said re ports were being circulated to the effect that he was a member of the night rider organization and he wanted these charges sift edt thobottonuvr r Luther Loving has joined Mrs Loving on a visit to relatives ati Owensboro and Hopkinsville Plenty of watermelons on the market and high enough for the slow times Teeth extracted without pain plates made teeth filled all kinds ofcrown and bride work at reason able prices See Dr S P Ham mons at Red River Hotel for 30 days Sa11 1 ffl flv Clearance Of our Entire Stock at BARGAIN PRICES I I Trimmed Hats 60c 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 i These aro Cash Prices only YouCanYAford to Miss this Opportunity ReepedfuUy Mrs W N Bush THE tmMfEl PUBLtSUED EVERY TUURSDAL J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year In ad vance Otherwise 75 Cents Entered OB secondclass mall matter i Thursday Aug 3j 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribe we have arranged club rates with the papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and Courier Journal 100f cc Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 76 II Home and Farm r 76 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Cleclc We are authorized announce Cuss EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to tjio action of tIle Dem io ocratic party For Superintendent of School We are authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr canilldat for the office of County Superintendent of Schools of county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce roux P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor subs Ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce daB F Martin candidate forJailor of Pqw ell county subject to Che notion of the Democratc party We are authorized to announce Char rowcllcountysubject Democratic party Political Discrimination R At every important event it has always been ttEcust mf6 the railroads to give refaced rates andtho formal notifica tion of Tafts nomination was no exception but the railroads will give no reduced rates to Bryans notification so those who attend must pay fullfare to the railroads to get there You see then the railroads in tend to line up for the Republi can nominee and do everything possible against the defender of the common people ThQ rail e roads are for Taft because they r know Bryan and a Demqcrqtic Congress will make hard living for them or at least they will be forced to abide by equal favors with the common people r This article dbna notiapply i o such obliging roads asttlie L Eand Lfc A which does much for the country through which they runuUncle Job Qnyill tRockofers giant roads are the ones BO antagonistic to Bryan 1 and justice j 1iA Republicn eti111 Thus re Gently that if Taft was elected he wpuld continue to prosegute the trusts and that if Bryan was elected he would let them fat ten The trusts have been horn grown and fattened under Re publicancontrol and had equal to all legislation peen adminis tered there would IUO no trusts These laws have not been enforc ed and there has not yet been a single trust bursted under Re publican control though they have all beengrown under them trUlltbursted The CincinnatiTribune of Sun day ihad a vicious attack on the farmers and their Society offE which ifr y lusiv iy presentatt- I is paid By the American Tobacco r li- le e 1 1 Colupany fr tlt apace i QpeTtNosotthef by any of them Wo wish the Tribune which was sent free to b itunwould tell who paid for those extra frfce copies The motive is plain for anyone to see It has been customary hereto fore when a Republican candU date for Oong B8 IR thisqistrct- was defeated he sent to Washington wllgrehowasfedon piebut what will Langley do this time There will bono Its publican pie at Washington abd no one to get him a postoffice es tablished or aLttlojok like thv Too bad w There istrustin existence today but whfit has been brought into the world by father Republican party control Then if ybu think it natutafor father lonthetrusts L t Word comes from Breathitt tharthat county will go fortDa vis for Congress by fully ma fjority That is enough he is as good as elected I John W7 owill sOoibo- put back to private life with no Republican fathers to keep him up as in the peat West ae 1d- ThomasRoundtree t f f C is suffering With a very sore hand Miss Minnie Hudson attended church atEiBetlellastSundAy D H Berry and James Rob ertswore inWLngliesterMonday on b Pt traettdtneetftigtvill begin the fourth Sunday in this month at West Bond Chapel Commissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Taylor Dayascommitteeof J Taylor Day by Floyd Day as his committee Plaintiffs versus J Taylor Day and Roe B Day his wife Lulie Kash widow rilie Nolan R J JIcLin her husband and DaisyDdy Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity Byyirturo of a judgnrentalldgr1Fr of sale of tho Powell Circuit Court ren dered at the Julio term 1908 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will ontho 7th day of Sept 1008 at beingpourtdaylQ t Public bctfgatl thehighest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in the judg eiitt9= wltl Alotor parcel of land lying and being in Powell county Ky beginning at a stoke 8ittyslx 66 Jec from thoti rth east corner tho DSpotrbWldin at Aundtestation btth i JJexJiigtpBtand Eastern Railway and fifty 50 feet Iro lthe center line of the said tract pf aaid11ail oad N 88b E crossing the centerline of the county road at 127 feet 229 feet in all to a stake on the side Of the hil thence N112 H 144 12 feet to a stake thence 8 88 12 W crossing the center 6f the county road at J27feetr230feetlaall to a stake in the Tina of the away of the Lexington and Eastern Railroad 1 thenco with the said line of right away 8 IK W 104U feet to the beginning containing onehalf acre including twenty 20 feet for county toad or sufficient thereof to produce i r so ordered to be made The purchaser will be required tp glvo bonjl wjth apprqvedisecurity for the payment of the purchase money tci Ueplevin1lQtday 6f sale accoralng to law Bidders to comply with these tcrmskliAn will be on the land tM JtaBfirilone- Yfi5paldf t r flood payable to Commissioner ROMtfETIfl JAOK8 N Master Coailrirowe11a0tic A tir rBr atit Mrsohnslon wtte iermanaa the uepfs sand Mrs Mrs Marion W jv tow at this writing ae this rtapectedat any l- Mo Miss Etta aiid ea RoD erte are visiting relitafi Lex ipaton h this Vee Hiten i1 Ui0 riVerl8stweOkiJllid came 19b i 4x Because they th = ttorneys or notary publicaerrora in filling out the voucr lH and- phcationsnearlya4lepeeston ap ers in Kentu kY1ilbiLvejfot wait for their idn Until mistakes can bo TectMad xhe delays were caused the substi tutiori1 of new blirikfmBby the Qavernraent Avhichwisintended to smplify mattersjj I tt r If you vantto a iitiefps angry call him a thiefj STATE OF Onto CYOF Limo Lugs Counr Frank S lhtneytaakes Oath that he in senior part1t fti thefirm of Fc J Cheney Co iping buslf ness in the City of ifftledo County and State afbresaidjjjiadlthat JoEHand every case of Catarrh that caaa not be cured by thetiee of rolls Catarrh Cure F JpHENEY Sworn to beforjjTHe ahd subfcribr cdin my piesaaed itlil6th d3ybf- DecefuberA D j886 rSEALHkllld Catarrh Cure is jtakenih lerrjallyandacts Ulnaet on theepsteiaf free1i lF J CHEN CO Toleflo Ohlo Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Fainily Pills lot constipation r f l Gfi t FlttJfT RNAriE TALl Everything for1x r Qixihdrd Lawn and Uatdeit It I 1 tt Our Sriwberr Plants arblbney Makers JrriIiOinpW Jti fOr 1 FREE Catalogue We r fayeno Ageate 4ii w 1 tItF Hn8xmeyBr 8OTsp- BXINOT0I4 i XY uSKmQalrcmoy8SfronH r I i1 rubbw I I dfweIvelSKIDOO I contaningredIeathotfoW or cean It Itn a J eensationtutheskinandiseally l A THEtNOUSEWITakeaaoftragwhhalittleS on and ylia + or nickellwufact clean time it does YoWJndoi1 ordiaaty ocowin ildo more t other ledof ioaf ekered ttJJO eat will onvin I I tlr IlrIie you t wWlllte w IUSW M 7i lif I t l c Y 1rii i dh =c Jtht J 118 l n GIti MI uihe S 7 sSW7 r f 0J I 0f l Irj CT + f 1 I h t I41nL1y Yf ij Z h t a WfE stililiavejleft some choice Belqp Ir tions gyn Correct Millinery that shouldkf E the ihfestigatefl by the fair Lades of i this county topbeappreoiated t r Te extremely low prices prevailing ij will not lastalwaysoior can thegood- seleotion i r now offered last IongsooofneIt- oi our store at once and se ih6w Jt r 1 Ii 37our spare phange wAVgQ 1W i 1 A x6 y 1sal F MaS1 WT mm x r a 1 I tFJ tJ th 7- fyz7v N1 tl 1 CLAY CITY KENTUCKY I t 54 i d 1 c The Whitest WhJt Cake L rhLightest Light WMtttJ t t And Flakiest Biscuit iI Are 14iado4 aGUKO jIt s 1rj + a i earLantB rs Pflrw j1J Ure 11tTike 10 Otter EyetySack GuaranteedFJ MANUFACTURED BY J Ai CAIN VERSAILLES KYt Jrf rd Sold by our Leading MrehanisA T ft n v Tf j ly The great guaranteed cure for Group Colds 1 Coughs andWhooping Sold linden OS t1RrlUtfe 3Tourm6Aeyretturiaedif ii mdWiililMtVOclHfds lfLitIt= yPbSt itis P 3S iirpet bttleo Felt SALE uY JRyGpisira r ESI IIE OOIIIAIIY P J I nVllSIiiPaiNte mfMlMl IOUFlom dlyk 4tiai aAfIj YOURNCJttMORV oneeiPttiltnw Nii new p Mw44 ++e j 0S t f J71tApritWW lpt flH1ot if J2 itpl teeg peen iii afv- of erin ittt1 altpest- rlIlelcctealy J 4M JiiJdi tSPY EfL ColoNrApAodei1M at oC4MIIc Itpftea W Y 1- MTIJ Itet IYer EA E S i t 41 7 i r r 1 nisi ap dl rl J k E 1 I TAI ItLZ adNr 4 e hllf rttiks MijtlKt1A k- e ilfy ltveIw btVNll h Yf t- ttlP4ri tFJa tlIfYI Fr Q r lT iJ1 1 FrII 1Tl ES t x r iW Wri 1 tiii MM DEPAPER F JjJURSbi w Aug18 1008 u tt f td i BREVITIES t DRINK WAINSCOTS POP visitilgJI s rhQElks fair at Winchester hfast week was a prpnouuced suc i1 Ce89 i 5 i 2rohhW Coliver of Salt Lick I i t ltsin the city the first of the Jek sv Thebdrains which continue I to fall are doing the corn crop Jinu hood t J J nD Karnsey of Winchester was here Tuesday and went OutI ktqSP01t Spring on busines 1t rUI1Une of Ladies Dress Skirts V material for making earns in X the llatest styles L and fabrics WilliamstMISS Maud Fletcher returned t 5 tjiuniiay from an extendedvisit to relatives in Madison cotfnly II FrSd r Blair and Little sisteriv f I rtli Ethel of Moreltesa ate- guesfsofr their sister Mrs AT I vWhi t c j b Mrs VJt Martin tied chil fe dren her fatborJ W i Oonlee in Montgomery county tSundayo4 See our line of Ladles treee 1 iffskirt of latest styles and patterns Mrs J W Williams JfJo l WO SivtftV1Io has beena- TsistantUashierf at the Olaj ity r fl for eome monthe leftl1ionday for Tesas 1 slay City has a continuous at f traction basoball seven days In Vfedki Someof iho boys are be iomiri professionals by BO much pracfico rL The Highlands Ophanage of this cityiB ready to receive girl Kentuckyrli on ant yyccSeetheir 6i this issue Il But very few from this place it have been attending the Lesfng tonfair tits Week A sp cialJ train is being Tun to date those desiring to acted The Iii E lailWax haiL K oharigpd iihb fl6 tna the last bou nil afternoon passenger traifi iowacrivosrhere atil OitJ8te1d 1rorat filS toel1y The time thothcr trains remains uri 1changed j Wi Haitf who has been r serving ii iarshalin tile placet oilaifeJDciehtiy Pe is proving atitbrt9 the Violators of the low J hlchis jtiet what we need in 1 r tj4ClayOity fr Work willbegin this week on 4thenow ibridge crossing the illrace at the bank and will be cornn f Jp eted in a few days This a- pieflfbtimprevemehtthatisverykz b needed apd cqu y tl lone i thtsyueius well tr fa8tiq wittrboth the interest off tlte 9It n 1 ilentuoky Union a poinpany potectea U 3 Toatl wh vill ipiiup all ar- adrteaoei i rearagesaad o iiYtiB l lykrve 11 send the ojb riJAIneutio turflrt frysf or one tfe4rr 1f i rvapb It dostforgdt 10 ask l te 1thJAgrtealturiet Iscaebf 1btfI firtp papers pu MIlieu 7 p Hr 7- r i Fdto i t t l s iirM i R S BULBS wjcitBces wjiBs socaam SPECIALOFFERz AAtrtatWill our810IIII1Saavaak Calketlrrto e7uw J darraeM rt Js = ws or rWwlrrRAPriNrHero Paper IllaNo115CBNTJ I L eMS7faK9rlfewrht LAr1- d rtMi 11 of1BtarM OountyAttorney t ounfyissueda card in reply to Gav Willsbn in which they de ny that they liars not done their full duty and asserts that theI only troubloin Bracken county recently has been caused by the soldiers gIfillcounjrired Kofflietime 8inceby ahoree rffn ing away in k buggv and o v rturriing htin has not yet re covered and it has developed that his spine was injured and he was last week taken toLex ihgton for treaitifient by leading- spocfalietsof that pity The doc tore say Me injuYyifenofc necessarily dangerous His many friends county wish for m epeedy reooe ry ACariOf tICs To all tie friends whose sympa thy and services were so kindly tendered and ministered in our time of bereavement in the sickness and deatbotur dear husbandand fath erJohn W SloKinney and the Masontc fraternity as efljwa do sire to eatendilr sincirestthanke THE FAMILY Base Ball at Stahton SatardayAuguetl6 Stanton Baileys against PilotViaw Equl ties IlL River View arkinStan ton v SanaayAflgust JOth Stanton CerVi3called atl8E In A dressmaker knows a 1oto1 x bout the seamy side of life i GourierJournaICu s i Special Rate r 135 For The Cam pign and Election lustorytfife I special out rate on itq Paily for the- campaign The regular price bifi the papri86a year orlitorsjx months For the campaign a rate of 125 Rae been made to apply to orders received daring the months of June Sulyand August After e iduringwill be enteredon the Courier v Jburnal maiHrigjf8t iftilDecembyr next when all will expire Send in your orders at Onc- ethroughilfiswpaper Tljeearlier Iyaq gatein the more papers you receive V 4 Henry Wtersoa tias announced tbattheourierJograelmlleppa port thepetrteeitUd ticket from eiad 64ead wad hebelieves he tiols- ht din iu Ngtri4e The Iseuie villa timtJ t by dII W B 1 UaldmnantkasmadetbLeame t8tr 1 nader thesame coadltions le the bat DeraodrMit aiteraeon papsrpriRied aeywhere fIAIItofWlorher of the reclyi daily lkt ei e kern this dates Aebrlt d far oily ti1 yb a h f7 R tw lJ i J z i Dr SyP amons entrst will- bo at ReSIiver Hotel In this city prairtdays beginning ugus 10th Tlwy AHtlSfittlng Crusade publIcJpittingntiltr centstaRtlt kodefpr our attractive unique ban ln J which urns a gainst 8 ttinghBances People vlll take notice caad and onto seen newer forgqtt Address DQMINO OARD8 Oo l OT QjoutSau Stv Louis l MoA grower n the Grand Valley n rPaH8 it Oolotl1vor ged 108 bushels of oats per acre on his sixty acretact BuggylTor Sale No top in condition Apply at thiffoflice torBluegrase farms for sale throughout Central Kentucky Good busi ness to exchange for farm B F Adcpck B ineKy Photographs Am now relay to make Photo graphs at Il Bid nc6 nearClav Thosewabting pictures will- pleasecome alTonce 0 JOHN W HENRY ParmiFor Sale Boundary o ajiout 175 acres one mile from Spout Spring Price SlaoOOO and tie l worth the mon v ey M BurgherrSKy 4WfDaily Journal from now until December 1st during the campaign arid the Times one year both for i50v Subscribe today Notice to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified thatall hunting and trespassing is forbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute teethe extent of the law all rare lMJating this notice fl B HUTSON THE j Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N n VITIIInePbeNprC9r apital Stock 200000 Sarplas 20O0 WeTeolici the acconnts of individ aals firms and corporations 84 11 it 1 J3 F BERRY Undertaker e i Keeps a FaftsSppfy of C frI1s Caskets Buy rial Robesand- k I A Sults AI Zsfliia to Order oti plnirt Notice s- wt WjtJiDeilred v ff Bent i Ky i I J tlNlI 1N I iWat 1iI1J I L1Jswelef II AH Ktais ef 1 t lni Clock- ItepakiagOR I Netlcesad- R onet4eTerarii SATISFAC TINauARA Uwe Of JeW l t de RedwarCLAY CITY KI1NTUCKY i t c it n M +1t d Fr r l i THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL i BANK ClSAY CITY KENTUCKY I IOapitalM H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Traniadi any butineu toatiaentwith Legitimate Banking Account o Corpor ation Firms and Individuals Solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits rA 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 ovary week v Agents for Eastman Itodaks and Supplies II Premo CnmerasU t- I Columbia Graphophones and Records and Door from Corner Main dr Broadway flail Orders Solicited Q Q HUSS and b C DUNIQAN Props We are Now ReadyF- or Your Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Famaymay 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 hoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is said ofour 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 SwanivDay Lumber Co INOOnPOMTIO Clay City Ky t+ + +f + +f+ + t t t ttf + + ++ + t+ + trti + + INSURE WITHf f A LYON SON it- o The Loading Insurnnoo Agents ot EasternjKontwolcy + + w Over 200000000 II t Rjepresented 4 ++++ t+ t + ft tf o jt x 1 The majority stock of theJProv ident Savings Life Assurance Society was formally transferred Tuesday to syndicate headed by Arthur G Langhara of Louis ville and Floyd Day of this city The new owners obtained a post ponement of the annual meeting of the stockholders in order to select a new board of directors It is understood that several promi nent New York men will be plac ed on the board So you are hungry eh said the woman to the tramp How would a few chops suit you Lamb or wood asked the tramp cautiously A bank isnt necessarily solid because it has a stone front- Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reason able and satisfaction alwya Renew your subscription today 4 PBOFE8810KAJ CARDS J R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY CITY KY r4 B R SMITH M D 1PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CITY KY MllNN 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE i TnaDEMAs DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac detorlnttounutgnloklInlentionIStiensatrictiyconadentlaL HAAOItalent tree Oldest a envy seou B6 Patents taken h eUnnt Co recelvs tpteial natUf without cbanre In the HltStrkal Ahandamnely IUIItntel weekly Teraed etr bydlnewade1eeiapart 3BtBreaAeay HewJQrki Branch Omoeale rstWulltB6tODo I THE CHILDRENSS IHARIIANa DIE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS 1l Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endaraed by Registered Narsea and e Physicians Urn Sizes 25c 50c and 100I FAMILY SAFEWARD 1 Combinedstimulantcovering and per furnishingAntiseptic Bans with every Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds weight In gold eiknlnaltobo without N Sold by druggists Money returned If not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY BY VIOKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO LiRICHAROSON Cktmttt Prop Breeiwbero N C t Pressed from sel cted Concord I Grapes For n the table for producedryearslproductGrape Juice stands for pro grcKion Better each year Improved the wisdom of each years andInow going out b we thinK a littte better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that 6f the Concord Gripe taken from he cluster in October The delicious sweetness U due to the superior quality ofNaboth Concord G Ever bottle guaranteed to tcowplywkh thaVlfetfeoal InrrFood IavfgoratTog THE NAIOTF1VIIIEYARD3 Braetoa New Yer- kYlt n lf Jr tLd ki inbrellaMrs Ann Patrick has been very sick for the pat week- There 1 are about sixty scholars in attendance attbe publics hool hero Nick Pnckett sold some cattle to I N Osborne of Clark coun ty last week A J Barnett Isaac Barnett and James Snowden we nt to Irvine last Tuesday Ray McKinney and Mrs Amos Cain visited their sister Mrs John Harris the first of the week Mrs Frank Conner and chil dren of Fayette county who have been visiting relatives here re turned home last Tuesday 0 Dan Blanton returned to Ham ilton Ohio last Monday Mrs Blanton who is in poor health win remain here for awhile Virden Robert Thacker had a fine hog to go mad last week J Walter Williams of Elkin was here Monday R L Daniel of Clay City was here Tuesday on business Miss Ljllio Ware is in Lexington this week visiting relatives Wo have had some cool nights this Weeks nc the fine showers Several from here attended Quarterls Court at Stanton Mon day G W Fverman and wife viq ited 00 Curtis and family Sunday Mrs 0GOjurtis and Miss SUe die visited Mrs Sarah Adams Monday Johu Williams oFWinchester visited at 0 C lemons Saturday and Sunday T S Curtis arid wjfe visited G W Curtis and family at Old Pine Ridge Sunday Misses Belle Mary and Grace Ware visited at Stanton from Friday till Monday Elsberry demons returned home last week after spending the summer in Oklahoma Mrs Sarah Adams and son Vernon visited friends and rela tives at Waltersville Sunday The good people of this place are fixing to attend the Sunday School Convention at Powells Valley Sunday Mrs Nannie Baker and two daughters Misses SaJlie a iLe na returned to tbilr hokie at Lexington ThursdijItf ter a two weeks stay WK U rhre StrSr Baker gathered 1 of fruit tit can 4 f ff ttToo proud tod tnakesomehonest to steal mis erable Someitmer has said something like that It bad beeh Our obsevrvationJithat when a titan is too darned he most Reuerallytvercoraes hia scruples against 8 1 ug before he comes to thtfK miserable stageEx frSee Dr Hamrn6rf8 Dentist at Red River kinds of Dental work fol8QfJuys only beginning August lOth If you want to pay your city tax while Marshal Johnson is a way call on City TreaBurerf Av T Whitt at the baulk WhoWnF Be President Y This is a presidential year and every man must readttp keep posh td on politics I lt Gourier=Journal HENRY WATTEKaON Editor la a Democratic Newspiper but it prints the news nsit develops One Dollar a year is the price of the WeeklyCourierJournalBt THEtTIMES vr BOTH ONE YJU FOIL ene 11 are r If you will give or sen- your order to this paper not to the Courier Journal e1riZ1Itfor oss medicine and save the wrong oae gives you For this hews we urge you ii buying to be Mreful to get the f Muae 1 BLACK DRAUGHT haver N The reputation ef this eiJrrfia Me ynu conrtfairtteivlH and liver trou fe rkm ly MUbllshed It does test peltate other medicinea It ia better othm or 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