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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d J e jtIr f J riA I S qII tr t y ri WI I 4 c t Ij tL IIi t o If i t t kd Cf p 1 i PHE r j t AYTTY TIMESt t r t b0 Cents a R We are here to ltip Clap Clay tie uniiog Country and Ourselves Burgher Publisher ly tdY ICLAP CITY Y SDAY AUGUST 27 J90B- 1C NO 35 We Want II 11Iourusness And havens an inducement to get your trade j- i rope of the best selected stock of Goods ever Drought to Clay City Have what you want t andat prices to smVyou and the times We can clothe you we can fee yCu can r1 furnish your house from cellar to garrett and A supply 1tyour wants in anything else pott need where itis the business ofa nrftclass store to furnish it M I+ Will Always Appreciated T Share of Your Trade a1j I c SHIMFESSEb 1 R We MaQufacturd iSash Flooring r doors Ceiling 4 iBlinds Weatherboarding varandis Pickets f Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts India white We Ore for Building Paper Fe1t Roofiing and Etc Send us Your estimates IrrrpYnpd Shipments f I baVA just receIved a full and attractive line of 4 rGoodsljs Including e Linens LlrienLawns- Sheer and coloreds Waist ngs tjeddquarters Roofing Fllntoid J Chainbrays Shirtings o kc- A beautiful line of back and side combs i i Fast Color Dress Ginghams that weico 2Jc j seduced to ilo 13i Calicos J7 Gra ul tec1Sugar61r sip V rhe best IScJSoffeVin the market v Perfection r rIduratid Meal jalwayepn hand ti At lowest PricesAl- soJre8h canneaGdods Meats alr4an16wc eafpricM Wallalso keeproahand f 4 I Sketled Oats Feed teeaad Stifesfarff t k Icrli bay Chickens sand Eggs clth er fare GAIN or Trade f l t I t iI J- Ia EATONe e e io itI f J f L f r C t ad yx rr J I j t tr f Ye T rf e Months Dead bine v 133 J ioffice Department all weekly papers can no longer be mailed lis atter to subscribers twelve months or more in arrears In coinplyin atenew ruling we have been compdIed to cut off 300 namesnd i ers from this time on will have to be promptly drop pedwhen tion becomes twelve months past due Please keep you1se froat i dead line by paying one year in advance Publisher ofSIX I d Six candid re initiated into the deg p Royal Arch SaturdayThework iii the morgit U tit 10 oclock ill night Tlromen recelv ing the deRr 2 Judge Ad f artis of Beat Robt Mc Lip and 0 Hard Jackson unJ eo WOlark t and Dr of this city A ai wtIterling con Jarred very s and it was We her Mr Evers Tellsof Clark county W Wells foi n county and lhs811 ByIthis also of Clarkcounty at Winchester ry day They came to thltt on the after noon trainlaad I guests of Mr and Mrs Podd near this t ti O city Th 1rma ude is this city anti oUltt vl congratula If1Rifk = i prom itt ppReys Fined Judge J H ASaniB at Jacks n refused to vacate the bench in the Beach Aargts case and fin ed both of the attorneys for the defense 20 for contempt of court in preparing the affidavit on which the motion was made The States motion for a change of tenue was passed until Wednes day morning S = I Orphanage Opening The Highland 1 pans Home in this city will bev fromajly o pened today A basket dinner will be served byhe people of Olay Oity who extend to the Ma trons of the homey and the little weli fr Death ot W AT MaB fled The funeral of WitJiam Mans field who died Thursday after npori was preache3 the following afternoon at tho residence of his father RO Mansfield j on Pen V dleton Street byE a J H Mac Jfeill and the remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery The active pall tfeerers were Ieorge Hon lego TomlinRon Marcus Thpmas Barry Tanner Xambett Salander nd J B Oor nett The honorary pallbearers werei RS SccpSee Asa Kidd JB R Joueit William Judy s John Bedford and Will Sphar Mr Mansfield cane hero from Jiosslyn several e ra ago and soon became identified with the i bus ness into ea ewof this city conducting a Ifirge flouring mill in connection with his father He was a fine butinwfl man and i took a lively intMeBt in every thing pertaininglto the good of his cityF Iowa ex tromely popularith all who knew him andtke sympathy of J ftlllbur pik ptfbiloul to his be rr7 f ly- A 1 1j t f J L r S reaved parents and devoted wife Winchester Democrat GovernorWilmsIson kept his tongue wagging against most ev ery body who would not aid the tobacco trust in its fight aganst the people until at last he has got in bad He charged County Judge H T Bradford and Coun ty Attorney Kinney of Bracken countywith serious malfeasance in office which they claim is ut terly false from the beginning and have sued the Governor for 50000 for defamation in char acter The Beattyvllle News like some other Republican papers dont like what we have to say about John Langlev We tell the truth as we learn it and are sorry our Republican Brethren cant see the real fants as they are The old maxim the truth is what always hurts seems to hold good and secure in this case Judge Davie is an lion est man and well suited for a Congressman Every Democrat iiithwUlstriut knowaLthi lgJl will do his duty election day This means a majority of 2000 It willsurely be forthcoming Teeth edwittiout pain plates made teeth filled all kinds ofcrown and bride work at reason able prices See Dr S P Ham mons upstairs over S J Ander son for 30 nayse How the RichA- fter a good deal of study and work we have at last figuredout I why so many country editors get rich Here is the secret of suc cess A child is born in the neighborhood the attending physician gets 25 the editor gives the loudlunged youngster and the happy parents a sendoff and gets 00 It is christened the minister gets 10 and the ed itor gets 00 It grows up and marries the editor publishes an other long winded flowery arti cle and tells a dozen lies about the beautifulnndaccomplished bride the minister gets 10 and u piece of cake the editor gets 000 In the course of tune it dies and the doctor gets from 25 to 100 the minister perhaps gets another 10 the undertaker gels from 50 to t100 the editor publishes a notice of the death and an obituary two columns long lodge and society resolu tions a lot of poetry and free card of thanks and gets 0000 No wonder so many country ed itors get rich We Want The Orphans- The Highland Orphans Home at orphanIsituated 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 take the boys later Before they are sent we want to know the name age health character etc eta +r + Ciilp Jhgt whJVJl yq naither father or mother will be recieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Querrant Wilmore Ky Abo will thank all ministers and county officers to give information as to any such children The Home will clothe educate andcare for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward Or Guerrant Wilmore Ky Clearance Sale JaSl I r Of our Entire Stock at BARGAIN PRICES I Trimmed Hate 50c to 500 Street Hats your own price Flowers Wings Quills and Plumes at prices that will make you buy Hosiery Belts Gloves Combs and Hairpins Everything is included in this sale as we mean to close them out These are Cash Prices only 0 You Cant Afford to Miss this Opportunity ully Mm WNBush S ftf r V if r JiJl uL IIt 1 1t l TH1iJIMi S rmiLlSUED EVERY THUB8DAT J Bv Uiirgtier Publisher Subscription Raics SO Cents per year in ad ranee otherwise SCents f j Entered as secondclass mall matter Thutsdayi Aug 27 1008 CLUB RATES v For the convenience of our subscribers we have a rangeclUb rates with th followng papers at prices below mentioned The Tiiriisirid CourierJournal 10i 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 41 Louisville Commercial 75 4 I Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCET1EISTS For County Clerk CirAS1IwENBlerk subject to tuo action of the Pern ocratie party Por Superintendent of School We are authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr candidat for the office ol County Superintendent of Schools ol Iovvoll county subject to the action of the Democrttloparty V For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor subject to tho action of the Democratic party AVe are authorized to announce Gco Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub ject to the actionof the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jas F JIartii oandklatutorJuilor of Pow ell county subject to the action pf the We are authorized to announce Charlie Clnrk candidate for Jailor of pOW- lll county subject to tho action of the Democratic party The Rev Morrisons Reply The Rev H 0 Morrison edit or of the Pentecostal1 Herat in reply toa largo number of let tersitp ljimjabou his editorial against Taft says As I shall not have time to an steer the many communications jomingito me with regard to my i recent editorial protesting a i gainst the election of a man UT the presidency of these United States who denies the Deity of Jesus Christ I will answer them one and all at this time thrQugh the columns of the Herald A mong these communications I coming from every quarter there has been only one of adverse criticism This one calls attention to the fact that Mr Taft has said kind things of missions the church etc to all of wlircli I simplyan swer Mr Taft isa Unitarian Jesus Christ was all He claimed to be or He was an impostor He claimed to be one and equal with the Father He said He that Lath seen me hath seen the Fat- herThis the Unitarians deny Of course they have many ways of wriggling in and out explaining and hairsplitting but they are a curse and b1ihnoa- ny community in which they exist in sufficient numbers to give them influence The Christian Church does not cannot recog nize them or fellowship with them as Christians I believe it would be a great national sin and bring on a great national ca= laxity to elect a man our chief magistrate who has the views with regard to Christ that a Uni tarian must have To the large number of friends who have sent me word of ap proval and congratulation J re turn my thanks But for the candidates Uhitarianism T should never liaysaftla word It startles and Baddelis hie to think of thegroat greedy corporations a n tLcolfscinceless ifJ s 1 t 1of000 x 0000 money P T kings uniting tlteyr Ere irfendpus influence yo this man upon the throne of power Wants No Tainted Honey There are no secrets in this Campaign Strictly practicing what ho preadies Mr Bryan would not win victory with tainted money paying the election ox peases Not a dollar is to bo accepted which requires any promise ei ther express or implied other than for Honest impartial gov merit Mr Bryan vil enfefIheWhit r1ousoabsoiutely free entangling alliances free to serve all classes ofJicfriest citizens a like or he will ffbl eriterat all Hence the course is plain The campaign bf Bryan artd Ken must be conducted by the people The people must pay the necessary iftliej want + public servanfswho will serve their interqstsjr Special interests and favored clashes having secured swollen fortunes by purchasing favors in the past with millions contrite utqd to control elections stMnd ready to give millions mofje foi continued favors But that class never gives a dollar unless it buys a pledge Mr Bryan says from March 4th1 1909IIlet the people rule This can come only if thepeo pie pay their own bills andcon trol their own elections U Beware of the trusts bearing giftsThat policy of the favoredfev n on the Gov UlocIMdatepeople only in an entire Statp Bryan snysuWe will takethe cause 6f peoples rule home to the people and will know people in every country You can serve the grand CPUSO of popular governme- ntCommissioners Sale Powell Circuit Court Taylor Day as committee of J Taylor Day by FloydDay as committee Plaintiffs versus J Tayj mr Day and Jloo Bt hiS wife Lulie Kash widowyLiliMcLinRJ McLfn her DatsyDay Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virturo orb judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court ren dered at tho June term 1008 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on tho 7th day of Sept 1008 at 1 oclock p in or thereabout being Court DaywilJ proceed to otterfor sale at Public Auction tr the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court House door in Stanton Ky the property mentioned in tho Judg ment towit A lot or puree land lying and being in Powell county Ky beginning at a stake sixtysix 400 feet from the north east corner of the Depot building at Dundee Htatloti of the Lexington and Eastern Railway and fifty liOeot from tho center line of the said tract of said Railroad N 887 E crossing tliticenter lino of the county road at 127 feet 220 feet In all to a stake on the side of time hill thence N 1 i2E 144 12 feet to a stake thence S 812 W crossing the centerof the county road at 127 feet 220 feet in all to a stake in tile line of tIe right away of tho Lexington and Eastern Railroad i thence with the said mil 61 right away 8 1M W 104 feet to the beginning containing onehalf acre including twenty 20 feet for county road or sufllcient thereof toproduce BO ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to aplIrqvedsecurityJoJtho have the force and effect of jcHeplevln Bond interest from the day ofsale atcordiiy tolaw Bidders be prepared to with these teams Alien will bo retained on the land sold till all the purchase moneyIe paid 1 Bond payablefib Conmilssiouer- BQMULUSJACKSON yMaster Comr Powell 0 0t t 1 r 1 J4- f f J The gtsInnati Cmnmercdal- Tribune con8inuc8in the service- oLtlio tpbacco trfstagainst the Kentucky farmers J5 STATE OFh OJT L oAs Couxrtrse prank bheney makes oath that he is sear r1artnerof the firm bust tylandfirm will tb9 sum of ONE HUNDREDMOLLABS for each and eve casff pf Catarrh that can not be cured 1 iie use lJfnal1B Catarrh ure JCHBNlilY Sworn to before mo and Bubecrib ed in thy prdwnCe thin 6th day of DeeerAber JD 1S8G SEAL vAW GLEXSON NOT1ItT PUDLie Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and4d ous surfaces of the system Senil for testimonials free tJ CHENEY d CO i Toledo Ohio Sold by ajhDruggists 75c Take Ilalle Family Pills for cohr stipation tr tt l t I FRUIT ORNAnENTAL Everything for Orcliardwn andGarden Our Srawberry Plants are Money Makers Try them Write ftir FREE Oiit loguet j have no1 Agents vfy y Hil4Dr L N f SaM x i ii MM 8 POULTRY FEUBEVenr ClowMMh DOWr1IrliofSouk raroi ca DatleltolawsHr ib I fromthoporeethlhat ordinary soap wiUnot dl960hei SKIPOO takcaoff all thodlrt a nev in soap containing tin ingredient not found or cleaners It iirtjMirte a delightful sensation tothc is exception ally good for the batli TO THE HOUSEWIFE Take asoftrag with alittle SKIDOO1 on it and you can puUPhthtware brass ornickel tow and1n fact clcart anythttlglan8 at t Mme time It not ithe8ldnllke ordinary scouringeoaps more tan any other kind of oflfered l grocer oonvlnfsyouAgreatWroan or druffntt WrH w aaIt wo wUl HaylaleittkopetitA i MOWN aW car r I4nIIMittkli f 11 e n E 0k t n+ j 7 r i IP II I r- y+ I y L The last Cut D INGi MillineryWe ODS J 0 Wi tilibice seleb i xt tionslh Correct Millinery that should l e be investigated by the fair Ladles of r this county to be appreciated 3ti f t r Thee extremely low prices prevailing y 1 tot last nor cad the d vi i1sttlongto our store at once and see how tar fyour spare change will go cr r MtIb iJ WVV Willtarqvs i r J I CLAY = CITY KENTUCKY 4 i I Sf t The Whitest White Cake The Lightest LightRoHsJ And Flakiest BiscuitTA Aio In lovi You True i t Pearl anfttkers Pride F ir I I i Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J CAIN Sold by our Lending blerrhant4b 0 The gr guaranteed cure for Group Colds J Soldundcratlositiveever fails It 13 the only remedy that cures in one dose and with YQUfcbildstife 1 a FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTSrTILE BLESSMER MEDICINE COMPANY SPrrFuaJOItIt t t 0 III tOMGDISTANCfiTUEPIIONES Private Limos and Exatanries INIrow YOUR II rrwu irime cf luwwli air scunry lT 1W H bar fhaittt dmqIrom ie rbtern Vril T uId CNJALLAUUFUI atn1UIII lurowHaw I I SCLteyraJTouirii TELEPHONE 72M1MTIItLlcto tl110 few ililIilL Inlta allol If tlleycmilelvrll I- Iwqn llst+ t luljiE t y 1R t M f Q 6 f1 i ti y eiart AlMElSoPBYscwcSt q l CUUIPfllYdMlictl NtS 1 C07rTONGAps 1 e rent mould Alva Inena- Graduwae r- rWdeTod Met lickiwu r y FM rroMwtaerWYil W ut pnea M tipTpieteWIrranMrdtwickowfMmmnrdwdl w 1 t WreTO RBMMIERTHl OFFER FOR A UM TiMEtNiYWitIoJylIjC IMANUf1dWIIIHe eeMPAHYh rIoe otttlto j 1 t lifh iliiitln41e ihitii a hWj 7- gelIll tit c the lII lhJjt it f lpg in I tIt 11t il i t 4- e4lt C 0 dQIII kL i If1 Jk 1tit1 I aa9eti b- LL j J r lt t ri p 4 t 1 y 7OJ t w y i 41 if4 t t b C I 7 i rt- i 1 THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I THURSDAY Aug27 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES DRINK WAINSCOTS POP Curtis Rose of Hazel Green l was here two days of this week I= 0 J P Orabtree of Genet wns here Monday on a business mis Sion 0 0 Eaton of lllauldyetUp ped here over Sunday to f atives EldJ T Turpin conducting la series of meeting at Powell t Valley M O Wilson of Mdntgomer county was here this week duy ing cattle A little son of Jlr and Mrs Pleas Walters Is down with ma lariat fever See our line of Ladles Dress Skirts of latest styles and patterns q Mrs J W Williams 1V4k Mrs Nannie Terry of Lexing Iton is spendidg a few days with a friends in the city Dr Irvin reports the birth of r- l daughter to Mr and Mrs Pau Tipton Friday Aug 21 W D McOoy located at Sa- risi Miss Is spending a few days with friends in the city Mr and MraNeatof Millers ifcreek visited the tatters parents Mr and Mrs AO Estes over day willpreachTa 1 day tight J Gep Goosey of Cincinnati 0 isin the city Mr Goosey will t soon move his family back to r ithis city IikjM Kennon is doing very ef work grading those streets I t y 0 of Clay pity which have nbt beet t macadamized Mr and Mrs Harry Shattuck of Banford are in the city 01 theirreturn home from a trip lo Niagara Falls t R H Niblack who mover f from here to Illinois last Spring is recovering from a severe at tack of chills and fever stirs Luther Loving returned L Monday from an extended visit to relatives at Owensboro Hop Jdnsviile and Lexington J1K Roberts of Beattyville was here Saturdayand Sunday and attended the meeting of the Chapter Lodge Saturday night Full line of Ladies Dress Skirts and material for makingsame is t the latest styles and fabrics r Mrs J W Williams ttMrs Edith Mize and gon im- lawand daughter Mr and Mrs AaHaggua of Lexington are- vIsiting J W Mize at Vaughn MillMr and Mrs George W An derson of Mt Sterling spent a few days tine week with the lat 55terns parents Mr and Mrs E N Whiten 5 Win Baugh has moved to hiss home in this city from Raft WN f Ata where fie has been stationed Iqir some months m the sawinill busiHee 4 ri vi tv vrii raatlJG ktytI a rasri Hack Kirk and family left yesterday for Missouri wliefi they will reside in the future They are good citizens whom we regret to see leave the city Dr S P Hammons the dent nrovingtoyou need any kind of dental work be sure an see Dr Hammons be fore he leaves the city James H Barker has put in concrete walk in front of his place and Messrs Waldron and Cassi dy are puttiug it along in fron of their property this week Let the good work go on The City Graded School wil begin Monday August 81 with Miss Nannie Tracy of Lexing ton principal Miss Mary Shim fessel first assistant and Mrs Anna DerIckson second assist ant Mr E N Willson of this city has a small bottle of water take from the pool of Siloam It was presented to him by Dr Lem ming who acquired the wate while on his trip to the Orien two years ago The water is very highly prized by Mr Willson Buggy for Sale No top in splendid condition Apply at this office Boeker Washington the pee of all the Negroes will be one of the attractions at the colorei fair at Lexington wk afte next Ever hear of the man who spent half a day hunting for the larg est err of corn in Mil field and rEenrtoojc it to the local papa with thftjstatemeut that he hat thirty acres just like that CourierJournal Cuts A Si11 Rate of 125 FOrThe Cam JsfpeJga aad Etectlon For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the 6ampaign The regular price of the paper is S6 a year or 12 for sIX months For the campaign a rate of 125 has been made to apply to orders received during the month of Jutte July and August Afte August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rats will be enteied on the Courier Journal mailing list until Decenbe 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlie ycfu get in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson has announces that the CourierJournal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end to end and be believes the ticks will win in November The Louis ville Times edited by Col W B Haldqman has made the same rate 8125 under the same conditions The Times Is the best Democratic afternoon paper printed anywhere The Clay City Times onejrear and pUher of the above daily papers from this date to December 1st 190i for onlyl 50 The Airtl5l ltthig CruMMte Everybody should help stop the pub lio spitting habit by sending a two cent stamp today for our attractive anique hanging card which warns a galn spitting nuisances People wil take notice of this card and once seen never forgotten Address DOMINO Beane Co lft7 Chbuteau St Louis Mp ii Daily Courierj6urBa7rom ROW UBtil December let daring the campaign and tile Tie one yeas both tot atli0 S bsrjbet9daY1 C r w Contractor K fw Hamilton who fell from t Col logo last week dod in the hose pital at Lexington never regain ing consciousness Floyd pay ifin Louisville this week with other officers and di rectors of the Provident Savings Life Assurance Qitbe big eigh ty million dollar company lately acquired It was Days collater al which made the purchase of the company possible Plans for the conduct of the are being consideredWinchesterD- emocrat Dr S P ions Dentist will be upstairs over S J Andersons in this city for thirty days be ginning August 10th Shelby Masters of Richmond lost a pocketbook in Lexington a few days ago which contained 11400 Dont look much like hard times with some peoplebut he had better left his money in the bank and kept hard times away from him Farm For Sale Boundary of about 175 acres one mile from Spout Spring Price 120000 and well worth the mon eYeIr Belle Burgher I Spout Spring Ky Notice to Trespassers All persona are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bv the undersignedwho will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no tire B B HUTSON THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WITHEHSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ pals firms and corporations 84 a 0 B F BERRY Undertaker Keeps a Fall Sapply of Coffins Caskets Bu S rial Robes and o Suits S Also cn furnish Nome Made Cot i flay I nrd r ON Short Notice e 1 DeL0S West Bend Ky ieosammm Ft et1 JPnAUPPlN Watchmaker l Jeweler All Kinds of Watch sad Clock I RepalrlRg OH 5hert Notice and ReawHsbte Terms SATISFAC TION OUARA TBBO UM of Jewelry spectacles CaK and see me hi fke Red River Hotel BuK41ng CLAY CITY ifliiciiiMftvl tIt ++ iFdh+l++ v 1IyO h a r1f s I H t a Farms for Sale Bluegrass rms for sale through Centraf Good busiout Kentucky f ness to exchange for farm B F Adcock Paris Ky- Photographs Am now ready to make Photo graphs at my residence near Clay City Those wanting pictures will please come at once JOHN W HENRY To all who will pay up all are rearages and one year in advance we will send the Southern Agricul turist free for one year If you want it dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist is one of the best form papers published sumivc sees BULK SUCCEED OrwrRbW snealllOuect cu U7t I a- 7VABAaliisa = = eT8 PLLaaR- Writatndqr Meatlea thlt ft BBND 96 CENTSIe M O1 Wr11 MW1oa LMMIO s MIMwyb 1 loff1ea1JIs I THE In 4IWrl n114Wlrtr l- pyyWM R1 TUp 1lM PWl 1n- L yes S1Yw1m YNLu4 lacwest BUCZIIS RHW coozrou ILL CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY OIXY KENTUCKY I ICapitolnm M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier Tnniti any buiineu con ftcnt with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corporations Firma and Individuals Solicited Interest Paid on Time Dcposltn We are Now Ready r For Your Trade t Witha Carefully Selectedstock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is said four 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 IMCOBPOK4TIO Clay City Ky INSURE WITHi P A LYON SON i The Insurance Agents of Eastern XCcntuolcy + r Over 200000000 1Represented Every one who knows anything about insurance know I = they are leaders in this line a 1f X 1 7 bIrs Rob tTrnr ft1Vrfi 1 cheslrIs vISL tngrsa 1Ves lQ the ountyt i tMrr as tI to Newp9tIjRon Ii Phillip Ilnnlmnn one of J1 y 1 8 oldesttind best rettpe t d- tlr1en if very ill ntbs home tvithTnver 1 Dr D Clay Lilly formerly f Irvine is ono of the principal OrpbanstHome Shunt dozen things crowd at once it takes a level headed turn to hustle and not get left Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for you Charges reasonable and satisfaction alwye r Renew yoursubBcription t dnyIr PROFESSIONAL GAUDS yUMMMWNNMMNIN MW WWW NVNWN4ML R A IRVIN MD PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D7 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE fTRADE OP MARKSI Anyone itnainc sxeicn an quickly IICerlan our opinionfree w ether au- lucent1on IS prohably Communltfto +DIIOO on Patenta tjnwIatenUtfttiai notlo wtlhont Scientific flntericaiu AbandemelynlrstntedweeklyLeraeetclr fnnrinnnihie1La8oSbya11 nldeal M 381 BroedWIr New York I Smith Offloa el6 S Bto Wubleaton D u THE CHILDRENSS IUARDIAN I THE DOCTOR IN Tone HO- MEVICKS Group and Pmumonia f SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Y Physicians Tint Sizes 25c 50c ui suo FAMILY SAFEIUARD 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 Criminal to lie without ft Sold by druggists returned if not satisfactory PREPARED ONLY DY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C a tr- t crrteIhed rt il laiuth Grr w Jclorj bcclJwraj 1a proved by tliwwidotp ptJit h yeas periow in l1 prctin a1d dcvolopinj NotiU Cjrrpa Juioe now CiJK ors J vie t tl a little teller tln ever l forc li odor a beautiful deep rids nvcr Iul cf the Ct uconl L ry taktn ft t fib duster in Octotcr The deliciouspweptnes ii due to thcaopcrlorquptityGrniatcllCptuoniCrapes comply tyith thcNational 1ure Food Invigoratingr- THENAB8TH VINEYARDS ireetwi New York1 M yj f tfL to +t- y I 0 J = ri Virden Wo are needitrgitigoodrairi in these parts how j i i Olny Olemons of Lexington is with homo folks tlrisWeok Mrs 00 Curtis and daugh ter1 Miss Sudie visited Mrs Sarah Adams T esday The meeting is strf in progress- at Valley with several additions to the eJlurcltr Mr Hyman Sharp of Boones bore visited friends here from Saturday till Monday Dr George Clark of Winches ter was here Tuesday to see aunt Jane Stanhope She con tinuesvery poorly r j Several from here have been attending the paotracted meeting at Argyle this week M M Roundtree Mrs Burk of Clark i cQl1n t And Miss bletrnioIIudson arefdoinc the greagjiiiig They are having a goodmeetingnnd much good is expected lTe Saints camp meeting on Spruce last Sunday was well represented from this place Those who attended were Messrs Alvin Adam Elsberry Clay Vernon and Kinley Olemoiisy Gay Simp son John Olemons Willie Our tis Joe Olemons and Elzy Williams and Misses iilloWiiro May and Sarah Olomons Stella Mas tin fttrrie Pattfln and Nellie Oletnons Tho Right Kind of a Boy Dont laugh at a bow who mag nifies his place You may see him coming from the postoflice with a big bundle of his employ ers letters which he displays with as much pride as though they were his own He feels im portant afidlopksit butjhe vis proud of his place He is attending to business 8 He likea to have the world know that Jio is ut work for a busy concern The boy whosays we identifies him self with the concern Its inter ests are his He sticks up for its Credit and reputation He takes pleasure in his work and hopes to say we are in earnest The boy will reap what he sows if he keeps his grit and sticks to his job You may take off your hat to him as one of the future solid men of the town Let his em ployer do the right thing by him j check him kindly if he shows signs of being to big for his place counsel him as to his habits and associates and occasionally show him a pleasant prospect of ad I vancemt tA lltttepridodoes ho d PVGqod e weo-rJt Shte for Judge- At the ipe ocratic Conrelitioji- atheld Ja k+ wf Tuesday HotuI B Whijevof Irvine was riO1n t naked for cdt sludge bvntf AH 8t a w- claulotiotul CL c y wits tpl1r iiJI far ltlths Attoinev- A gopd ecletiFn ind a ttirinin- he et ire 1 filqnil 9p be Y I leve lIbllr f Sle Dr Ilttttriulnallilltlgt 1i over S J Andeon fur nil kinds n Dental stork t3oqIr rite J- lnuingAukuis I10- thWhoWill i F f iJ Be lisiint This Is a iiJfenUal year riml everyman niilscread to keep post td on poijtles 5 The Co urieir Journalsas i IlENRYAVVAfrrEUSONi Editor Is a Deraoqfijjic Newspaper but it prints the nowsaBitdivnIops One Dollar a year is tho price Qftht Weekly CourierJourna- But oti can get tlnrtpnjjirlirtl tHE TIMES n01U J fiEAn OlJ fj0jlapPtJ n yuuFr4H 6 brdti-yw to this paper l Courier 1 JournalVery Serious It a very sertotltnatter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one gives euFor this reason we urge Iin buying to be careful to get Ika genuine BLACK DRAUGHT Liver MbIe relfabra digestion and live treHible Ie firm 1y established It apes not Imitate other medicines better than others or it wou4 not be the fay vorite liver whh a Bale than aU othiuaernbnet lOt ooJWl l2 s ti ffii Suffering Ladlesi are urged to follow the example of tduwmds of their sisters and take Cardui Oardti i84 chin mineral nonintoxicating medicine foremen It is for sick weak ladies with sick orgaiis i TAKE I zetJ a i 97 It Will Help Yogi viSS tr It isCfL curative medicine lifci builds the female systenlund relieves fe J1 a ritesBeforeithmrleftsldeandwllsand now hasabput curedmy feujiUKiipubl0t AT Alit DETO STORE 1 1Iq M1pr s Y r j aJ 11iuatt 2L 1 1llil 1 j 1 r 4i1iSt 4 ll- nfo caik ltSf i Att1r jii t ty- r ri1ny 01113 G IQ Ntt t1 If 111It 7A M ljj1tNf L I lt- 2ttIi tJ 12 OJR rrtfJ JOf1 11lnl Tr 7La r fl0 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