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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1r I THE CLAYf 4 rjnrFt TIMESJ f L J r IIc mCcata a Yearlh Advance We are here to help PjyjlF ftfSonronnling Country and Ourselvesr 1d1E Burgher Publisher VOL XIII CLAY CITY KWTHBSDAT SEPTEMBER lOfil N037 We Want I Your Business JtAndhave as an inducement to get your trade OreOf the best selected stock of Goods ever brought to Clay City Have what you want i and at prices to suit you and the times We can clothe you we can feed you can furnish t your house tom cellar to garrett and can supply j your wants in anything else you need where it is the business of a 6rltcIssstore to furnish it Will Always Appreciate a1 1 Share of Your Trade i I C SHIMFESSEL li I R1 I IANCE MFG CO- y Winchester Ky 6i 1 t t4 bIa j DI IU1 IicJQJrIifhdoors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding V And8PicketStairways Shingles and Etc tJ ore Fronts f e Felt Roofing Flintoid and Etc us estimates I Prompt Shipments I have just received a full and attractive line of Summer Goods Including India Linons Linen Lawns Sheer white and colored Waistings eadquarters orb Building Paper Roofing Send Your Chambrays Shirtings 6o tc A beautiful line of back and side combs Past Color Dress Ginghams if that weie 12c reduced to Ho Best Calicos 7 Granulated Sugar CJ S The best 15c Coffee in the market Perfection Flour egdNeal always on hand At Lowest Prices Also Fresh canned Goods Meats and Lard all low 7 K eat prices Wilialeokeepoa hand I 1 Shelled Oats Feed Cera Mid Sklpsteff I will buy Chickens and Eggs either for Cash or Trade I I J B BATON le4eflHgT- he itY Ouncilmet in regular s ion Friday night September with nil the mem bers of the ounc1r presejit ex ceptMrMtlunfzThe r port slowed 11 00 toll tedJohSchoo tai The Clerk reported 45 00 license fees sleet 1I durigg the month of Au kt The f9ImJngb11111 vere presented 8wednnd ordered paid T J FJetr PqicJudgp 1500 Hnrdman 5cRoyqe Cementj 2324 Estes Broajjge work on walk 2 CO Tom Edge ill 123 Lewis II j II 1125 BnJohn W her4t II 825 Dick Smeth I 125 Jonn Nealr g 125 L A Bowen Coal 80 48 Chas Poltsfiaullng on 4 fill 600 Silas Blasiand Joo Day cleaning school house i 1 CO J B Eaton luallfig rock c2716- O Shlmfe 1 suppligs tor school r 8 49 J M Kennlfc grading Streets 122 08 F P Newell haulingwork on walkB 4 425 G W Powellwork on Bridge t 5 40 Wm Johnson haulingand furn ishing l tb prisoners 1700 Mrs W HjSNenl furnishing meals prisoners 2 75 lumber forShebdMcKhiney 8880 J 0 Allen Co sup liea 100 R L TiploSf3iaulingr 250 SwannDa Lbr Co suppliesX2J2 Luther Loyin Clerk A T WhittITreaeuroiM 7 76- A PJoJR4tn and ineidentalr 4125s is iJ ToUii r4J4s33722 The Treasurers report showed 063 28 before the above claims were allowed A Rucker was elected janitor of the school house- Arrangements were made with A Rucker for the laying of a concrete walk in front of Mr Ruckers property 4Estllls Centennial Estill county is one hundred years old and the centennial will be celebrated at Irvine Oct 1 in a fitting manner Among the speakers present will be Gov J B IcOreary Hons D Clay Lil ly and V P Smith all prominent men reared in Estill county Gov Willsonwill also be present and speak oa the occasion A nice invitition is being mailed to all former residents of the county The editor of this paper has received one and it is useless to say that it is our intention to be there There is no place sweeter to us than our birthplace and we are not ashamed that it was in Estillcbunty II MarriageMr and BlW Selbron F Key of Mayfield Ky announce the en gagement of their daughter Miss Teddie Key to Mr James Crews Rash of this city The wedding will be solemnized early in Oc tober Winchester Democrat F P Adams and R W Gar rett left Tuesday afternoon for Greencastle Ind to visit Dick Garrett a brotherinlaw the former and an uncle to the lat ter Mr Garrett left here- thirtyeight years ago and is now very old and has partially lost his eyesight I The worst tuiltofall is trust ing to look farthings to turn up in ourfavor Y t t BeahyviJIo vl Clay City Beattyville has a bonded in debtedness of 910000 Some of these bonds have been running since 1800 Clay City has money in the Treasury but has no bondedor other indebtedness in the past few years the city has built a fine highway bridge a cross Red river and made other rapid improvements All that Olay City likes of doing things sure enough is to have a little more goaheadativeness and stick toitiveness E D Cook of the U S For est Service is now at work iu Powell county obtaining data for the State report on the Forest Conditions of Kentucky Stand of timber per acre the per acre the per cent of cleared and for est land the output of timber ties and etc and the factor af fecting growth and protection are receiving attention Miss Rinda Horton of Elliott county rode over one thousand miles to meet and marry the Rev Thomas Houghton at Warner Okla The couple had never seen each other until a few minutes before the marriage but a courtship had been carried on fortwo yeaffljoy mail I sc Car Iqad after car load of coal is being unloaded at Clay City and dumped into pur citizens coal houses There =evidently will be no coal famine here this winter The Democrats of Clay City will organize a Democratic Club at the school house tonight Let eVery Democrat in the precinct aitend and become a member I StThe Clay City team will play a game of ball with the crack play ers of Stanton Sunday at the Stanton ball park Very Simple Every little while we read in the papers that some one has run a rusty nail into his foot or other portion of the body and lockjaw resulted therefrom and the pa tient died If every person was aware of a perfect remedy for such wounds and would apply it then such reports would cease The remedy is simple always at hand can be applied by anyone what is better it is infallible It is simply to smoke the wound or any wound that is bruised or inflamed with a woolen cloth Twenty minutes in the smoke will take the pain out of the worst case of inflammation aris ing from such a wound People may sneer at this remedy as muchas they please but when they are afflicted with such wounds let them try it Pretentiousness is always an attempt at fraud We are never made so ridiculous by the quali ties we have as by those which we pretend to have Teethextracted without pain plates made teeth filled all kinds ofcrown and bride work at reason able prices See Dr S P clamImOM upstairs over S J son for 30 days SEEDSBcckbeeJful ot Life Northern Craws Pedigreed U have nputatlollo38 yeas of once tun tetd growing behind them It pays to the best- Seuoaable Specialties = BEANSEarliest Red Valentine Jjso Bushe- lRefugeeExtra Early 325 Bushel New Stringlesi Green Pod 370 Bushel Wardwell Imp Kidney Wax Uyt Bushel Davis New White Wax 475 Bushel Carries Rust Proof Wax yyo Bushel PEASExtra Eart Alaska 3 jo Bushel New Early Gradu 530 Bushel Horslordi Market Garden 1350 Bushel Buckbees Lightning Express 1500 Bushel Lettuce fUdiih Tomato and a full line cl pricesSendand will prices MoneyWrite H W BUCKBEEism Sackbce St Rxkford seed Perms Rockford 15 Clearance Sale I Of our Entire Stock at BARGAIN PRICES I Trimmed Hats hoe to 500 Street Hats your own price Flowers Wings Quills and Plumes at pricesthat 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 You Cant Afford to Miss this Opportunity RespedfuHy Mrso WeN BushI THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J IL Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vanceVothcrwise 75 Cents J Entered as seooridclass mail matter Thursday Sept 10 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have d club rates prieeebelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 76 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk Vo arp authorized to announce GitAs EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Superintendent of School Wo aro authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr candidat for the office of ofPowellof the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce Joint P GAYIORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announceGeo Stephens as candidate for Jnilor sub ject to the action of tho Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce Jos F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratc party fno41 county subject to the action of tho Dlmocrntlcllllrty M Well Did You EVer The OluyiOity Times pys TheBeattyvllljB Enterprise like sidontabout JdhnLangley We teitlie truth ag wo learn itnnd are sorry our Republican brethrencant see the rear facts as they are Tile old maxim1 the truth is what always hurts seams to hold good and secure in this case Tho Times may tell the truth ns it learns it but it must have bad sources of information The truthwHI never hurt Mr Lang ley The trouble with tho Times is that it is not very particular what it prints and does not take the trouble to verify its stale mentsMr Langley will win iitvithstandiigtlie heavy shots of tho Times Beatty vilieEntor prfee The Enterprise reminds us of Benjaman Sewell when lie placed Langley in nomination at Win chester last spring and made use of blasphemous language4 Itmust have tho same idojic cpnfiy deuce in Langley and ifit has of course the statement that Judge Davis will boat Lungley must be verified and this the voters of the district will prompt ly proceed to do at the Novein ber election and the Enterprise can then explain how it was done in language similar to that used last spring jn its i sue after Ad urns had beaten Gourley for Oir cuit Judge by a vote of over two I to pus It is said to be authentically stated that at least 1000000 Ne groes would vote against Taft This proves couclusively that heretofore the colored vote which usually Jias been Republican p Yas pronfpted jtobe so through prejudice and fhat tile Negro has had no ideas of correct government though right ho is at last 1 IV J Same Law Applies to Clay City lr The question as to how to se propertyoXDors been a question before many city councils for years aid Winchester city fathershave been bothered as to the proper procedure But that hasbeen tJ solve and the process is eosy If the propeyy owner fails or refuses to build the pavement then tliecity advertises and has it done and is given a lien on the property for the cost of the work This mw has been tested iii all the courts and the Cour of Appeals in a re= cent decision said that it iullright If some of toe parties who have been notified to build pave ments in Winchester do not heed the orders of the council this law will be invoked and at its recent meeting trio council ordered the pavement committee tohavo them laid rrracc6rdance wilh this lawrWincheater Democrat Judge Amos vas needs oluy the Democratic vote of the district to elect him to Congress Show us one Democrat who will not support Judge Davs and we will show you two who voted the Republican ticket lpst fall that willsThe Republicans in their platform concede that the tariff needs revisihS but lily wait until hfter the election Why defer a thing needed so badly To decoy the votes of we common people who pay nearly double what we should or all manufactured articles There has vorbeen a Repub lican President eleeted only by the almost solid Negro vote Wha will Taft do if he should lose 1000000 of these loyal sup porters A few more City Council meet tags like the one we had last Friday night and there will U e no needyfor further meetings Mr Bryans Earnings A newspaper writer recent earningsfrombout 200000 and the publisher who is said to have been deeply publicfindfortuneliut friends persuad ed him not to do so It is under stood however that the publisher of the Commoner estimates his ngitemsland dOOuY U Sbonds 25 000 investments 85000 mud insurance close to maturity which will bring the total to 187000 In addition to the 10 000 salary whichfMr Bryan draws from ihipaperhe earns moneybyworKigfbr other per jiodicals and by lecturing for which he gets onan average a Il tn60Mow to Grow Big Crops W H Clayton a Farmers Iii stituto instructor says that a farmer can take a wornout field prepare it properly and sow ini cowpoas broadcast plow under in the fuJI rind the next year plant in ctfrn When corn is last plowed sow in cow peas and in the fall turn in hogs and feed down He claims that by this means i114ejye1rs the most worn out sol may be made to produce fifty bushels of turn or tin qveV ago yield of tobacco The cow peas js a nitrogenous plant that draws oxygenaronl the soil and brings up phosplorJc acid from below Few other plants are BO i rich in fIllius hesoiUwithjplaYit food0 t e See IAr ITamKonB DenUsti over BUJ Anderwh for all kinds of Dentalwork fo CsOfdays only be ginning August lOtlfk SPOUl SPRING vMrs Ella A riite bontinuesidt n very low stage fi Thomas MbKiWney and family spent Sunday with J WBal4 lard and family j Elder B S Burgliel filledHie stand Sunday nt4ho Baptist church to a fAir sizecroWd 4 John W Dawspn bought this veek of Curtis Bownian fv small bunch of yearling steers at 14 50 per head i M o WilionindDanWelch of Montgomery wer hero fl his week and umight a mixed grade of cattle Horn Elder G W Mclntosh at libjbut 24 per head J iElder J TilT pjn will preach at the school house Sunday morn ins and probably Saturday night and Sunday night Everybody cordiallyinvited to attend these services Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury os mercury will surely destroy the ense of smell and completely de range the wholesstem when en tering it thtoughthe mucous sur faces SucjiBrtloles should never be Used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they 5 ten fold to the good joti can possibly derive from them falls Catarrh Cure manufactured by FJ Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and ia taken internally not iqg1idirtMtupmhe bloodand system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally+ and made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney Co Testimon dale free Sold by Druggists Price 75o per Mottle lake Halls Family Eljls for con 8tRIsFRUIT ORNAMENTAL Everythingfn- cOrchard Lawn andGarden r ft ie tOur Sravberry Plants arpMon Makers Try them Writefor FREECatalomie w have no Aenrkl 1 H F Mil meyer d oas LBRINdTplr SKIDOO removes from the pores the grime stain that ordlnarysuap VhrnotdlilSolve II off all the dirt It Is a new discovery In soap containing an n in any othersoaps or cleaners It imports a delightful sensation to the slcintand is exception ally good for tHe bath- TO THE HOUSEWIFE Taken sof tragwith a littlcSKIDOO on it and can polish tinware brass or nickel wash your windows arid in I fact clean anything and at the same time it does harm the skin like t soapsSKIDOO pore than any other kind of soapoffercdi youAgrocer or dnlffiijt Writs 1M tedtwe will 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save your childs life Recommends rby physicians Price 35 cts per bottle FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS f THE QLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY SI Prtpri Findlay Qhlt jf ti PawDISTANCE TEtIPIIONES Private Lines and Exch TALK WITH VOW NEICH9ORSOrasnaaiPllonCM w yea tipsS= edp ntcetwrJ f- lef hI1 Cdpomc Todr NE11IaIIIf price ants IiJrr r We our h dI wlllt I CI Writ cnur lS Wi Mil d yeu m Uon tk DlDII I Hmrtl fAIMEISPllY5JWfS COONTYMEICJWfTs1 i COTTON j 1 vAptioneCiMU thcIep t sit welt you londd- hLe uu d f deet olytoOt oi 6rinpHelp Wise Ia74 N ltmlle4t11n sal tur our laiaou Mm 1mWh ncricoencltlnoIIIIiacIMli rI Milk fistdi WTodOiJUMtM THE OFTER iS FAR A UMITWTIAL UNIX writTod y- TNESUMTERTELEPHONE MANUiACTURINBCOMPANY n Yox 73 it3MTER i C h rie t r A i- y r T C THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Sept 10 1808 LOCAL BREVITIES DRINK WAINSCOTS POP I Dr aridMrsBR Smith were in Lexington yesterday 0 Shimfessel was in tfio city Tuesday and Wednesday Ollie Moore of Sardis Miss spent a few dnys with home folks tHis week Mnjmd Mrs E B McGlone are visitingthe formers parents in Carter county Mrs Mary Hoskin is suffering vithnmost severe attack of asthma and hay fever The bimonthly meeting of the Powell County Medical Society was Held at Stanton Monday 0 W Barnett of Winchester was here a few days this vek looking after his business interests Ed King and two Messrs Ber rvman of Edina Mo are hereon a visit to relatives in the county Word reached here Tuesday evening that Anderson Holmes had seriously shot himself that morning The L E pay car made its appearance today gladdenning many hearts but not so many as it used to The Kentucky annual Confer ence is in session at Middlesbon this week with about 200 minis 1 ters attending John Thomas of Ruckerville is here to see his aunt Mrs Ma ry Stuart who is very low with heart dropsy Mr and Mrs Tom Rash of Winchester are visiting the lat ters parents Mr and Mrs J D Williams IAheavy shower of rain fell on North Fork late Sunday evening but the rest of the county remains still very dry M Wilson and Dan Welch two leading Montgomerycounty stock dealers are in the county buying cattle sheep arid hogs H F Willis is moving this week to Oannel City with Jiis fam ily The Willess are good folks whom we regret to lose from our ityr Labor Day was observed in Clay Cityoply by the bank and postbfHce school was dismissed at noon arid onehalf the day ob served Mrs J R McDannell og Warsaw and Mrs B BSelfof Stoaega Va are visiting heir sisl A very interesting game of base ball was played at between the Stanton team an- T theOiricirinati Eagles in which the former won by a adore of two to one Several Clay City peo pie witnessed the game arid re- oIportlt a Very interesting one with some fine bail playing rShingles for Sale p iA quantity of goodsawed chest nuTt shingles at correct prices rpryo Spout Spring lip j r I ya Our city school starts off with flattering prospects of success The lady teachers seem to be e qual to every emergency andare able to keep the very best of or der A Rucker will this week put down a concrete walk In front of his residence and lots This will make altogether 750 lineal feet of this good walk and all in one stretch Mr Ollie Moore and Miss Cal lie Dicksontwo former promi nent young people of this city were recently married at Ports mouth Ohio the late home of the bride The Boones Creek Baptist As sociation of which Powells Val leychurch this county is a mem ber will convene with Corinth church Clark county next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Corinth church is about twelve Tiles from this city A Missouri orator is said to have gotten off the following tWe live in a land of high mountains and high taxes low valleys and low wages big crooked rive ers and big crooked statesmen big lakes bigstrikes big drunks bigpumpkin heads silver streams that gambol in the mountains and pious politicians that gamble ip the night fast young men and faster girls j sharp financiers and toed shoes fertle plains that lie like sheets of water and thousands of news papers which lie like thunder Dr S P Hammons the dentist located in this city is proving to be fine in his profession If you need any kind of dental work be sure an see Dr Hammons be fore he leaves the cit- yCourierJournal Guts A Special Rate of 135 For The Cam paign and Election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a specialcut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper is 86 a year or 13 for six months For the campaian a rate of 8125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months of Juue July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until December 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receiveHenry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end to end and ho believes the ticket will win in November The Louis vile Times edited by Col W B Haldnan has made the same rate 8125under the same conditions The Times iq the best Democratic aftornoonpapcrprintedanywhere TJieCJay City Times one year and either Iof the above daily papers from this date toDecemberlst 1908 tor only 81 60 Crusaded pub lie spitting habit by sending a two cent stamp today for our attractive unique hanging card which warns a gainst spitting nuisances People will take notice of this caad and once seen never forgotten Address DWMINO CA3DB Co 1807 Ohouteau St Louis Jo lily CoutierJpurnal tram now until December let during the campaign and tne Times one year tlliO sutisciilie today- e e DrS1 Hammohs dentist will be here but few days longer Have your workdone at once The report has gone out that there aresqveral cases of typhoid fever in Clay City This is a false report as there is not a single case in the city- OouhtyAssessor J H Wool ery has begun his yearly assess went Hhe says while the prop erty is holding up well there seems to be a diminution of the worthless curs to assess The excessive dry weather con tinues AHght shower Friday night settled a good portion of the heavy dust which had become very severe following the recent worjting of the county roads j After a meek of very hard la bor Rev Lloyd Martin of Pow ell county closed a successful protracted meeting at Union Sunday night Aug 23rd The meetings were well attended and much interest was shown We think too that lasting good was done Rev Martin preaches there again the fourth Satur day and Sunday in September Beattyville Enterprise Dr Si P Hammons Dentist will be upstairs over S J Andersonjs in this city for thirty days be ginning August 10th Farm For Sale Boundaryof about 175 acres one mile from Spout Spring Price 8120000 and well worth the mon ey Mrs Belle Burgher Spout Spring Ky Notice to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this nor tice B B HUTSON ITIlE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WmiEBSPOoN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ gals firms and corporations 84 St B F BERRY Undertakers e Keeps a Fall Supply of CoffIns Caskets Bu- S 1 rial Robes and Suits S Also can furnish Home Made Cot e- lla to Order on Short Notice Ii When Desired West Bend Ky e a rzP1 IAUPPINW- ntchmxker 1 i Jeweler i All Kinds of Watch and Clock 1 Repairing on Short Notice and Reasonable Terms SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED Use of Jewelry Spectacles Call and aeclhclRthc Red River dote BuMdlag CLAY CITY KENTUCKY c ++ ti + t+++++++ 4 I 1 Farms for SaIe Bluegrass farms for sale throughout Central Kentucky Good busi ness to exchange for farm B F Adcock Firis Ky I Am now Photographs ready to make Photo I graphs at my residence near Clay City Those wanting pictures will please come at once i JOHN W HENRY I 6O YEARSj EXPERIENCE TRADC MARKS COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS aLetcb Lnduuvnptten my Qs oftrnonr Invention prohlbl Communle Lions etrlotiloonddentW HANDBOOK on Patents lent free Ideatagency for l pateuU Patents taken through Munu Co rectlre iprclaf notice without Scientific Jlihericati Ahandiomelr lllnitrated weeklf rarcMt elr eaulourmonts 1dariaDrul Term eras I MUNN CO e e au Is AI c 3BIBrcldWlf New York I Branch 01110ea F St Wainlot ton D t Who Will Be President This is a presidential year and every man must read to keep post ed on politics The CourierrJournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as develops One Dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that puper awl THE TIMESB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR One DollarIf you will give or send your order to this papernot to the Courier Journal Toall who will pay upnil ar- rearages and one yens in advance we will send the Southern Agricu turist free for one year If you want it dont forget to ask for it The Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers published I 1Cheaper lOr The lowest priced good garden catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb Ill Kansas City Mo CLARENCE BLACKWELL TIIL BULBSBUCKBEES BULBS SUCCEED SPECIAL OFFER Made to build New Bntlini A trial a permanent cus tomer eatidacllon guaranteed or your money refunded Souvenir Collectioa die trN y t tarIU ed eaL11l1uUa bII Ultoo Bp fd14- p L kpcQ Ttmt fine T rtf u4 fimck M U4 DoMk BjMUIfet nyeMIMrni i D TO PLEASE Write today Mention IblM Paper SEND 2B CENTSMwept f MtfMkltf Mf wlt UUttllAkU MtUttU JL1M with Mf ak niutnu hM PuMs 4LIlar1L Itlli 01 Itoil U toil wIIoo4o BuiM uiruni VutmiLTlwB bTlooU n imi4 Tulip CTMUI atLr Tw Bulhleoo utLuJ s BtrCJCIU HWBuckbea aocxrOltD ILL CLAY CITY NATIONAL I BANK CLA Y CITY KENTUCKY I Capital CJOOOOoo I ISurplus and Undivided Profits OOOOoo wiTMTrinitAt any tnuineu continent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor atioru Firms and Individual Solicited Xntorost Paid on Time Deposits tIp7ra TTr TcrrrTIYr + ri TS r IF A LYON INsUItE WITII I AcntsiThe Xnsuvnnoo = ot Eastern Jiontuolcy i Over 200000000J iEvery one who knows anything about insurance know t theyare leaders inthis line itt+oUt He i j f F4i uiJLJL + Ffi449 I- e Old Sore Cut Burn Antiseptic Cures the Old Sores that other remedies wont cure 25c packages free- at your nearest Drug Store of ftvvmade arrangements with which number packages Heallnjf means remedy those have used To be oil today fw The PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY 262230 Pine St St Louis Mo manufacturers of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE and other standard preparations have a new discovery that far surpasses anything ever placedonthe market for old cuts burns wounds When Marconi stated that he could send messages across the without a wire cable world not believe if we were to tell you that f Dr Porters will cure old chronic sores which other remedies have failed to cure and will absolutely relieve the pain of a burn you would not believe it therefore we wish to place the remedy OF COST in your hands to convince you that is the most wonderful remedy ever Means1 It is every home When of the family are burned or cut you send for a remedy but you need it at once therefore not delay to spud to your Druggist for a FREE OF COST We give it free in this way because weknow that when family tries they recommend to other fam ilies and thus introduce Send for free convince yourself that a wonderful along the line new discoveries has been made in themanufacture of this preparation It will cure f Old Sores Burns Granulated Eyelids Chronic Catarrh Eczema Ache Running Boils Scald Head Sore Throat Skin Diseases Ulcers Fever Sores Carbuncles Diseases Trouble Stings Wounds The dealers have these goods in for free distribution Martin and Coj D W Roeslyn Rogers W N WaHersville McKinney and Bush Vaughns Mill Rogers J B Xeiiu Matin W Vinton We Want The Orphans Thti Highlund Orphans Home at Glay City is ready for the orphan girls in themountains It is it large lli brick house beautifully rituattdat Clay City It is owned MtrihoSooiety nf Soul Winners and THE CHILDBENSS GUARDIAN TIlE DOCTOR YOUR HO- MEVICKS and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL J ndoraed by Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 5Dc and SfOD FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined stimulant covcringand per gans with every breath Results as- tonishingI Relieves Croup twenty minutes aborts Pneumonia six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Worth its weightin gold Criminal to to without H Sold by druggists Money returned if not satisfactory FREIARED ONLY uv VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RICHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prop Greensboro N C W 1 INfOT t tj Concord fr II tor tJ tn Ie for 1 yltc s rOJ r3 haC F heed r J J 1u C Ie J e for JIIIY YWlr brt wt bClt 4ycart t + f I lie crown of pj ctic- ni iiiiK Gra 9 juice k ni fr j ro oJiiv l llcr oaJi jvor lu 1 I Ir tins wis 1ri cf a h etr1 vii in csyjl r rinkauta rjUb Crs j Juice j jr ot vc tlii r T i I f teeI Jrc dvlI Vd rror t4 tfj i d tjr4c trnn foiI y t cr- t I J ub sir tntmrIl t YTi j rl OI1 ILryy ter c rU1rlllh d to 1I1 hrc l i TXFKADOfll VJNiYARDSfiiv r cf4l l I Relieves the Pain a Burn instantly A New Discovery by Dr Porter an Old Railroad Surgeon K r We have the mIorlty oftheloctlDrusKliU or they will give away free a limited ot regular iicent of Dr Porters AntUfjrtlc Oil aa a iBtroducInzthe to who never it sure of c lira frSs lamplecall your DruccUt t sores and all Ocean or the did it Antiseptic Healing Oil instant ly FREE it dlSCOerell1fWe Itneeded in any severely havettttfaheto do regular2Scpacklige one it it a Iud progress of j Ear Sores Scalp Throat Bites 11 following stock G IN Registered furnishingAntiseptic in in Colds Io ill Inyigorrtn of supported by good people everywhere Orphan girlsjbctween 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 etc Only those who have neither fntlier or mother will be rccieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 GU rant Wilraore Ky Alpo will thank all ministers and county officers to give informa lion us to any such children The Homo will clothe educate andcare for these children for His sake who loves thorn There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward O Guerrunt Wilinore Ky I IWe are often asked What is age of man or woman The question is well this wny The host e is when n person OUIII enough to be gay i ghto PAolrESSIOXALf OAUD8- M LIAKMMI4MNhLMA R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON OLAY OITYJtY O BR SMITH MiD PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY K- YVery SeriousI- t a very serious matter to ask for one medlcing and have the wrong one gives you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine I1TLACKURAUG liver Medicine The reputation of this old relfa ble medicine for ecaetlpation In digestion and liver trouble is firmly established It does not imitate other medicines It Is betray than others or it would not be the fa largersaloSOLD IN TOWN Ps I 1Dont WonyT- fyou are sick dont worry but begin at once to make yourself wellfo do this we lint repeat the words of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ills when we say I rfiYi rigts J 2A It Will Help You teI Tor 00 years this wonderful female rjBmedyrhas Ijeci boneflting sick women Mrs Jennie elri kl of Cambridge City Ind saraI I offered greatly with female trouble and the doctors didno good They wanted to operate Mtt I tqok Cardtii and it usingThisAT ALL DRUG STORES i 1 j SUMMARY OF L z E TIME T 48LE JftEnrt Pound WestEmmd + J k No 2- DailYi r lilt 2 2K 305 820 334 3 5fl 358 405 414 430 435 447 510 605 610 I No 4I A M 735 813 826 842 903 910 915 922 938 943 956 1017 1115 1120 Stations I LexingtonWinchester L a E Junction Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stanton RopslynFil Campion Jnnction Natural Bridge Torrent Bentryville Jet O 1C Junction Jackson No1 DailyEx 065 912 O00 845 825 816 809 8103 748 745 730 707 515 610 No 3I- Daily P M 05 520 507 453 435 426 420 414 357 855 341 320 225 220 Ee 11 1Q25 46 t- D3i 920 902 854 8 48 842c 828h 700 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily Except Sunday L de E Junction Ness and JJ will connect with the C de 0 Rail way for Mu Starling Ky Campton Junction Nos arid will connect with the tain Central Railway lit passengers to and from Carppton Ky I- Ileattyville Junction 1ils2 will connect with the L A HallJway for Beatty ville ICy KJunction NOl anti 41111 connect with the O cec K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations In Presidential Year 1N8 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read UAH Independent Newspaperk THE EVENING POST DURING TILE 1906 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY KentuckyGovernors FfNB SMkf to Atoms Wills II Only YEAR All of Kntncky QoTernora The only eoofiUt collection now aacUUme Brtrr true KintaekUn should have acopy bU Jioma offloe JUST OFF TAIL FBE89 the new Xtataekr map especially for the Evening Post a 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