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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y- w r a f r i- J PT CLAY CITYTIMESI tf I Iublisherhttsi4Y4L XIII 2 2 CLAY CITY EYSf THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17 IJOt NO 3H We Want I t YurBusiness Jil And have as an indacement to get your trade on rthebesf selected Stock of Goods ever 1 t rbrought to Clay City Have whatyou want 4 s arid at prices to suit you and the times We 1 can clothe you we can feed you can furnish i your house from cellar to garrett and can supply j r your want in anything else you need where it is the business of a firStclass store to furnish t- Will P I I Always Appreciate a Share of Your Trade 11C SHIMFESSEL Ii I rJ ANGB MFG- Winchester Ky ea FlooringFFeltEtc We are Headquarters for Ps er t Roofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc C Send us Your estimates j I Prompt Shipments just received a full and attractive line of I Isri Goods I Including India Linons Linen Lawns 5 Sheer white and colored AVaistings Chnmbrays Shirtings c c A beautiful line of back and side combs i fast Color Dress Ginghams that weic w 12c reduced to Up V BeatCalicoca 7 f GrttdulatedagarfiT- ho best 15c Coffee In the mfjrkoe Perfection Flour and Meal always on hand p- L M Lowest Prices Also Fresh canned Goods Meats and Lardn1l1ow lest prices Will also keep on hand ti Ii Sk6I Oats peed Corn and Shlpstuff 1 will buy Chickens and Eggs eitliT t er for Cash or Trade Ii J 6E TON Against these of Money and Whls keIn Primaries Primarie to bo held in the months of 1 ovember and December of thisJ oar are being called in ninny of he counties and dis tricts of tHis State to nominate Democrati4candidates for coun ty and district offices to bo filled at the Not nber election next- year 111e of the party leaders luivet1e i that interest in the Iiresult in a larger Democratsvoto in the Presi lea tial election this fall In quite a number of the counties rules havefbeen adopted looking- to the pre ration of the use of money wnujkey or other unlaw ful waysof fluencing the voters in these prfipnry elections This is a move wthe right direction and before e Committee in this county calf primary its memo hers ought don their thinking caps and se some plan by which the se of loney and whiskey cecompletely pro vented ptleme think a bout tbiit Winchester Demo crat The abo article is sound thoughts r lie Powell county authorities he Uepublicansof the 83rd JatSclal District have adopted v stringent obliga tions uponrolqdidntes along this line It p 4ides that if any candidateor apdidates enter in the prima erection shall use any money c liquor in order to iniluence t1i ir election or per mit the si 1fc lone or thus proctTrVtheInfudulent majority in slid district for either of said offices he or they shall not re ceiVe at the hands of the district committee a certificate of nomi nationEach candidate will be requir ed to a written statement in- accordance Wit hthis rule before going on the ballot and before receiving a certificate of nomina tine will be required to make affidavit that he has complied with the order The Democratic Club The Clay City Democratic Club is the name applied to the organization of Democrats in this city lost Friday night Thir tytwo names were enrolled as members HGalters was made chairman and Luther Loving Secretary John A Sewell addressed the club with a most interesting and stirring speech a mid much applause Anumber9fVce Presidents and Directors wore named and proper committees appointed Every Friday night is the fixed meeting of theTClub and some form of entertainment assured for each meetn bythe appoint meat of a comjnitteo whoso duty it is to provjde1 one or more speakers each week The Hon John D Atkinson will addr6 the flub at its meeting tomor row night Let every Democrat in the city f and in this parttof the county v jome out and Ioip the club Fri 9oclockifI I Ve notice iigffie Powell boys nttendJ Stant1I V k t f P iJ 1 r rf1 school It seems to its a slime that BO much money should he spent in our county oru hither institution of lcnrnin and it not be patronized by till persons seeking a higher education We should show the people who gave so much for the college that we certainly do appreciate their in terest and patronize the school There is no excuse for not do ing it + Sensational Damage Suit Laura EWnnof Stanton has brought suit in the Clark Circuit Court to recover 53000 dnnnige from her father W It Ewon for an assault and battery committed on her by him sonic tune early in the Spring of this year Attorney R 0 Welch of Stan ton assisted by Attorney A Floyd Byrd and S T Davis of Winchester represents the plaintiff The case will be called for tri al at Winchester on the 28th of this month The Kentucky Conference of the M E Church South has com pleted its session Middlesboro This the Lexington district the Rev E L Southgate remnins Presiding Elder the Rev R M Bush is preacher in charge Of the former Clay City pas tors R B Wilson is returned to West Liberty j Geo D Prentiss is sent to Burnside 0 J Chandler goes to Winchester W W Green to Hinton and Ml Chaos d e t a IJr West French Irvine is instructing a class in vocal mu sic at the Hardwicks Creek Methodist Church Vocal mu sic should be well understood by every individual and strange to say but very few persons know anything about music at all Mr French should be encouraged in his profession I To the Domocrntic voters if Powellcounty 1 am a nindiihitc for County Court Clerk subject to tlwlIItilll of the Demoernhc purty IIII makingsthis race upon my own accfhl upon my own merits 11- 1a citizen as a IJcniocnit and I solicit your support upon this a loneAnd if elected I promise you i careful efficient dischurge of tot duties of the olhce I cannot rely upon Kinney or t long line of relatives to carry in through this race As I IUIVM neither hut must stand upon tot record I thyself hove made I shall make a clean iiutivc hun est fightSvin lint if I nil dc feiited I will cheerfully snlnii1 and work as hard for the elect in of the Democratic nominee us h does for himself and I earnestly Boicit your support and iniln ence Respectfully J W ttOOLKin The public roads about Clay City are being put in appareu better condition than they nro usually left for winter travel Special attention hits been given to the road front Walters Ferry Bndege to Powells Valley Thio has always been a very hall pipc of road but it is nuts put in lIcondition SEEDSBackbeei Full of Life Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of j8 years of successful seed growing them It pays Jo plant the best v tteripecUUIessi t V w tas L BEANsEarliest Red Valentine 3SO Bushe- lRefugeeExtra Early tS32S Bushel New Strlngless Green Po 370 Bushel Wardwells Imp Kidney Wax 450 Bushel Davis New White Wax 475 Bushel Curries Rust Proof Wax 450 Bushel PEASExtra Alaska 13SO Bushel New Early Gradus 350 Bushel Horsforda Market Garden 350 Bushel Buckbees Lightning Expms 500 Bushel Lettuce Radish Tomto and a full line ol Seeds Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices Send for complete catalogue or submit a xl your requlremrnls and will quote prices direct from the growerSave Money Write today Mention this paper H W BUCKBEE1383Bocibe St Rockford Seed Farms Rockford IL n iIj i 1 I Clearance Sale J Of our Entire Stock at BARGAIN IPRICES Trimmed Hats 50c to 1500 Street Hats your own price Flowers Wings Quills and t Plumes at prices that will make you buy Hosiery Belts Gloves Combs and Hairpins Everything is included in this sale RS we meant to close them out These are Cash Prices only You Cant Afford to Miss this Opportunity r Respectfully Mrs W N Bush THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY J G Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Center year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 17 1D08 CLUB RATES For the convenience ofour sub scribers wehave arranged cluB rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110C I Louisville Commercial 75 4lfome and Farm 75 ANNOUNceMENTS For County Clerk Ve are authorized to announce CHAS EWEN candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party AVe ore authorized to announce J W CourtClerkDemocratic party For Superintendent of School We are authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr candidat 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 Joni P GAYLOKD candidate for Jailor sub joct to the action of the Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce Gco Stephens us candidate for Jailor sub jeer to the action of the Democratic party Were authorized to announce Jas V Martin candidate forJailor of Pow ell county subject to the action of the Dcmocratc party We are authorized to announce Char fowdlDemocratic party i AYobery for CouetyClerk James W Woolery announces in this issue of the Times hie candidacy for County Court Olerk Air Woolory is now Assessor of the county and is making a good flfficer He is a good Democrat njid deserving of office He will timko a good County Clerk and with equal regards to nil other announced candidates the Dem ocrats can put up no better man for the place We can also say Mr Woolery is a cripple and has been fiineen boy unable to walk a step with out crutches This however will in no was interfere with his performance of the duties of the office The Robber Tariff The Standard Oil Oo1s today selling American produced oil of the same grade 8000 miles across he Atlantic ocean for 5 and 0 cents less on the gallon than it sells it for in the United States It is not so much the low prices in foreign markets as the exhor bitant price in the domestic mar ket which require condemnation The policy of the Standard Oil Uompahy in charging much high er prices to the domestic than in the foreign trade is an injustice Had injury to the American con sumer All of this and more too is made possible by the Republican robber not protective tariff We are in receipt of the Cam paign Text Hook of the Democratic party It is a most valuable book and should be in the hands of every Democrat in the yjiitod States but is needed to be read by Republicans ten times worse Copies of the Tent Book will be sent post paid to any address for 2i cents sent tor Text Jook Democratic headquarters Chicago Ill See The Difference We favor the establishment of a postal savings bank system for the convenience of the people and the encouragement of thriftr IJepublican Slatform Wo favor a postal savings bank if the guaranteed bank can not be secured and that it be con stituted so as to keep the depos ited money in the communities where it is established But we condemn the policy of the Repub lican party in proposing postal savings banks under a plan of conduct by which they will ag gregate the deposits of rural com munities and the same cliargeindepleting the circulating mediIum of the producing unjustly favoring the speculative markets Democratic Platform The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune continues to fight the Farmers Society and pictures thorn as great robbers and thieves It sends its papers out free too The Commercial Tribune should remember that the present head of the Society of Equity is a stanch Republican but Mr Bar nett justly and honestly believes that farmers as well as manufac organizeforthis idea may be at variance with the head of the party and its principles Immediately after his retire ment from office Gov Beckham gained one client that pays him 10000 per year And now Sen ator McOreary lots a position pay ing him as much as the Senator ship Wonder such men as Mc Oreary and Beckham would fool trying to secure a little office like United States Senate The election in sine Monday cut the greatRepublican majority down to less than 8000 If we may take this slide as a trend of the vote of the whole country Bryan will have about a million and a half more votes than Taft in November Thats enough A vote for Judge Davis for Congress means a votefor the in terests of the common people while avote for John Langley means a vote for that class th it seldom inhabit such counties as powell Wm HTaftcelebrated his fiftyfirst anniversary yesterday This is the most important event in the Judges life until his next birthday Wm J Bryan will take off the honors at Washing ton March 4th next Virden 0 Grant Seuy had a house rais ing Monday I Mrs Sarah Adams visited at Waltersville n nyI00 Curtis was at Qlay City Monday on business Corncutting has begun with some of the farmers in these parts Willie Curtis attended the protracted meeting at Log Lick Sunday John McPherson of Hunt is visiting his sister and friends hero this week News is scarce the long dry weather has made ji short crop of items this week G W Curtis lost his grist mill last Saturday fire at OldTino Ridge No insurance Mies Mary Ware has returned homo after several Hays visit with her sister Mrs Nannie Hughes at Kiddville f ti G W CurtisorOJd Pine I Ridge was heroltfstfTuesdiiyjuicls Wednesday having some rCPu 1- 1ing ons have finished tbeir juhuf cutting pulp woodland are look ing for something else We are glad io state that the little child of Gi W EvernmntJ and wife is recovering from a se vere case of dipirtlierin The Rev Porter is holding a meeting at Lone Oakschool house this week He claims to be called to preach the word of God but does not belong tolnhy church Miss Belle Ware will leave next week for her ome at Marsh fieid Ind She has spent sever al months with relatives find friends here who will regret to sge her leave The protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church at thisplace Friday night Elders M P Lowry and L W Hardin Sr are expected to ilo the preach ing Every fiodytinvited to attend Beware of tits for Catarrji That Contain Mercury as mercifty will surely destroy the sense of smell and Qompletely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucous sur faces Such articles should never be used except tin prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you canosllibly derive from them HajlJt Catarrh Cure manufactured by I J Cheney cC Co Toledo Ocontaiii8 no mer cury and Is takehinternayy act ing directly n he bloodand mucous eurfacesofthe ByHtem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get thogehuine It is taken internally andmadgin Toledo 0 by F J Cheneyo Testimon ials free Sold by Druggists Price 76c per bottle Take Halts Family Pills for constipation TREES FRUIT ORNAHENTAL Everythingjfor Orchard Lawn d Garden 7 Our Srawberry Plants are Money Makers Try them Write for FREE Catalogue We have no Agents H F Hil Sivmeyer Soivs LEXINGTON FRY SKIDOO removes from the pores I I dirtthatSKIDOO takes off all the dirt IUs a new discovery in soap containing an ingredient not found in any other soaps or cleaners It imparts a delightful sensation to the Skin and is exception ally good for tho bathe TO THE HOUSEWIFE Take a softrag witha littleSKIDOO on it and you can polish tinware brass or nickel 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Tennessee is gpending a few days with home folks T J Chase of Levee was in tlie city yesterday on a business missionS v The State Medical Association fill6et ut Winchester next Wednesday The State Fair is holding a l profitable session at Louis ville this week James Douglas and family of Plum Lick are visiting relatives in the city and county J James McIJoberts and family of Hamilton O are visiting rel ativesin the city and county Mr a tftIrs Bert Barnett of near Winchester Visited rela tives here a few days this week Several from here attended the Wild West Show at Winchester Saturday and report a fine exhi bition The dryjweatlicr continues un til drinkingand stock water is I beginning to get scarce in some I localities Mrs Nina Taylor of Corbin and Miss Mollie Sherman of Big St6neGap Yatire visiting Mrs I ivIit Cassidy W Qoodloe Spurlock of Lom bard and Guy and Bert Crowe I of Stanton left Tuesday for Be rca to enter college lMis s Mollie and Ada John Son visited their uncle J W Conlee in Montgomery county from Friday until Tuesday Dr andMrs Win 0 Martin JohnsonIs father J L Martin at Wnton Mr and Mrs TJips Oonlee and Mr and Mrs GrB Oonleo attended the association at Qorith and visited relatives there tiiis week We have one of the prettiest louses art Clay City for sale Call lind let us put yqpputlte track tobuy a real nice homoat a bar gninlprico If not sold will rent I the house J For Sale or Rent l Cottage one of the best homes in Clay Of water gar den outbuildIngs etc Inquire at this office r Miss Minta Haminonsdiedat WinchesterjW dberiday oftyi t plioid fever Her parents for merly lived in thus county whore t have many sympathizing fri ndeurtheir dad bereavement t Dr Williams has one of the i finest lights we evexfeaft4 Jt fits on any No2orD burner Jarop blirnsordinhry coal oil and gives light eflual to iny gas or gasoline light weaver saw Call andsee itnijd you will wantone t r i Shingles for Sale chestt n OrL n e yP Q Fryor S z Spout Spring ICy f f t I 1 Ed Neal whileireturning from Winchester Thursday night let his team run away with hun thrwing him from the wagotl cutting two or three deep gashes in his head Dr Martin dressed his wounds and Ed is getting along all right now 4 The Leslie County Fiscal Court has been indicted by the grand jury for failure to have the finan cial condition of the county pub lished annually as the law re quires This law isv not very strictly observed in jhost coun ties though it should be John Whitsett and a negro were robbed Sunday night on the Levee pike of 500 and thehno gros watch Wbitsetts watch was also stolen but the young coati begged BO jpitiously for the retiirnpf thexwatch which was Si gift from his mother who is dead that they returned it to him It really is most gratifying to the numerous freinds of Senator- J BMcCreary to learn that he has been signn ly honored by the Peace and rbitration League of the IT Swhich has just elected hinrPresldent He is to assume his active duties PS soon as his term as U S Senator expires next month His headquarters will be in Now York and he will draw Ii salary of 7500 a yaer the same that ho drew as U S Senator CourierJournal Cuts A Special Rate of 125 For The Cam palgn and Election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the piiperls 86 a year or 13 for six months For the campaign 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 nt this rate will be onteied 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 getsin the more papers you receiveHenry Watte son has announced that the Courier Journal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in November The Louis ville Times edited by Col W B Hnldiman has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Democratic afternoon paper printed anywhere The Clay City Times one year and either of the above daily papers from this date to December 1st 1908 for only S1 50 The AntiSpitting Crusade Everybody should help stop the pub lie spitting habit by Bending a two cent stamp today for oiir attractive unique hanging card which warmVa gans spitting nuisances People will take notice of this caad and once seen never forgotten Address DOMINO CARUS Co 1807 Chouteau St Louis Mo Pqily CourierJournal from now until December 1Btdmillg the campaign andt o Times one year both for 156 Subscribe today Jeffbrsorv ills Clayton Townsend is spending a fete dgvsat 6ollege this week 1rsV H Holly was the guest o Mrs Byrd oneday last Veek Bedford Welch is ttrahsacting business in Powell county this week J Miss Namiie Welch is visiting her sister Mrs F II Frisby of Rosslyn y1 Several from this place attended the Baplist Association ho Sa lem Sunday9r Mr WmfMartin of Illinois is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs G B Martin Mr WmXJurtis and his son Russel of iljinois visited Jas I Welch Tuesday Shag Yrgm Holly spent Sunday with he grand parents Mr find Mrs Wilburnr Albert Berry of West Bend wps the guest of Miss Mildred Smith Saturdays night The school at this place is prog ressing nicely being taught by Miss Bessie Sh infer of Mt Ster lingtMiss Chlap Smith returned from Morehead Saturday where she has beetvattending a series of meetings Tom Cox of Illinois who has been visifing friends and rela tives in this and adjoining coun ties returnedhome Tuesday Mr and JEfs Farmer Frisby of Powell visited Mrs Frisbys parents Mrti and Mrs Jas Welch Saturday and Sunday i Farm For Sale Boundary i about 175 acres one mile from Spout Spring Price 120000 and well worth the money Mrs Belle Burgher Spout Spring Ky Notice to Trespassers All persona nre hereby notified that all huntingand trespassing is forbidden by the undersignedwho will prosecute to the extent of the law all persongf violating this no- Tice B B 1IUT80N Tttr Winchester Bank INCORPORATED i NH WITUEHSPOON Pres iCapital Stock 200000 S ls20OJO We solicit the accounts of individ gals firms and corporations 84 i B F BERRY Undertaker 0 e Keeps a Fait Supply ot Coffins Caskets Bu 1- rial Robes and- S SuitsS Also can furnishHome Made Cot tttfa to Order on Short Notice o When Desired West Bend Ky eeeeeee eo eee-x + t + t iJ Pr1A PPIN Watchmaker and Jeweler iI II Kinds of Nyatch and Clock iA on TermsSATISFACP- ION Short Notice and GUARANTEED Une of Jewelry Spectacles Call and see rme In the Red River Hotel iikllng CLAVCITY I KENTUCKY I ++t t++++++a brn- w tL ti oV Farms for Sale j Bluegrass farms for sale through itcothll Kentucky Good biini ness ta1 exchange for fnrm B F Adcjck Ijri8 Ky x Photographs Am now ready to make Photo graphs at my residence near Clay City Those wanting picturts will please coin a at once JOHN W HENRY 60 YEAns EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS- COPYRIGHTS c Anyone aendfnr a lteteh and deaerlptlon may aqInrenUooIlonlltrlcUreonDdenlfl on Sent free Odell for lecurfnllP8tentl Iatenu taken tbrouib llunn Co recelrt tptttal noUct without charlie In tho Scientific jmtericatu A hsndiomely Illaitriled weetlr T irmt clr I enUtlon of an clentldo journal Term II a ears four months It bf tiewtdealera MUNN CO SBIBroidway Newyork I Branch Ofilco l 5 T St l- Who I Will Be President This is a presidential year every man must read to keep postI ed on politics The Courier=Journal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One Dollar a year is the price of the I Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that paper aiH THE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR One DollarI- f you will give or send your order to this papernot to the Courier Journal Renew your subscription today To allwho lllily upnll ar rearages and one yeiir in advance we will send the Southern Apritn turiBt free for one year Jf yon want It dont MgM to ask for it The Agriculturist is one of the btpt farm papers published Union Lock Poultry FenceSquire ciao mob TB most Gnaon the mark tfor poultrr jardi orebn4 tardnt and at GoohocvniON rank co DtXan w xatitf City tit VANNOAY LUMBER CU SEEDBUCKBEES SEEDS SVCCEEDI SPECIAL OFFERt tIMade to bond new Soilam A trial will make ronourpermurotmutomer r PrliiC ectlon 4ICARAANNTTEEDTO PLEASEEn Write today Mention Paper SEND CENTS poo4 valncDle bh- pIaatraearg TltauUfnl IfniwItlo 5M1IaeYetc Hw Buckiee TIiIE IiliS ttyiktlydtft Tl ti a U 1M 110111 Toni f o a II beu nrle ties Is a U t this 10 la MTM packing and goal tali cotlKtloo e lorfUur with tfJ and Tent Moot Sena all abet the ot J8G3 IBOOUOIID 5l CLAY CITY NATIONAL I I BANK CLAY CITY KENTUCKYl I Capital OOOOOI 1 a ISurplus and Undivided Profit t OOOoo y M H Courtney President A T Whiu Cashier y Tfansafts c busineu eoneiaent with Iegitimate Bankiog Accounts of Corpora ations Firma and laditidualt Solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits 1 1 i 111 kSaTTTTTTT7 ddT TTT9 SJTTTTTTI9 I INSURE WITHe1 FA LYON SON i+ Agentse ti-n Over 200000000 i tRepresentedt iith+=+ + 1 a 1 On v a Old Sore Cuill Burn AntiSw hd p uiestheOkoresthatO- therI remedies wont cure 25c packages free yow nearest DrugStore City Sizes Croup abortcs ofj a Burn J an Old ftm at made by which give regular cent ntlMptlc Heating liittoducingtheremedy- to those who getting free can Druggist tcvdsy j The PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY 262230 Pine StSt Lochs Mo fAXATIV1 BROMO QUININE endbtli r Standard preparations have a new discovery that far surpasses anything ever marketfor sores cuts burns and all wounds When Marconi stated that he could send across ocean without a wire cable the world believe were you that Dr Healing Oil will cure old chronic sores which other remedies have failed io cure and absolutely relieve patnof a burn instant yCrsthatWe Mean It f needed verY home Whenany family severely burned cut you havent time send for a you need therefore not delay send your Druggist for a regular eFRBE COST We give free way becAuse know that whgn onefamily tries itthey will recoinmendIt other families and thus Send for a free package and convince ourself that a wonderful progressr long line new discoveries been made mdnufacturerof this preparation will cure OIl Sores Burns Granulated Eyelids Chronic CatarrhEczema 1arAche Sores Boils Scald Head Sore Throat Skin Diseases Ulcers Sores Carbuncles Scalp Diseases THroat Trouble Bites Jjtliigs Wounda The following dealers these goods In stock for free distribution Mnrtin and W Rnpslyji Rogers W N Itersvllle McKinney and Hush Vaughns Rogers Xem Matin WaVintan r We Want The Orphans Tlighdtnl Oriuln la Cloy ready for the orphan rrlsin thenionntBinB large- f ifullyiIIhdiht odetv nf Soul Winnrs and iI THE CHILDRENSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three 25o 50c and 100 FAMILY SAFEGUARD- Combinedstimulantcovcringund per furnishingAntiseptic aIlS with every breath Results astonishing Relieves twenty minutes Pneumonia Bit hours Also for Asthma lironcliilli Iud Whoo sing Cough Head Colds Worth its weight in gold OfIntlnal bo vtthosrts returnediif COr J RICI DSON Mfg Chemist Prop Grc nstoro fJ C Irs from sc d Concoi ICi 9 For t t ffr the a I m Itr 1 uceJ- a IftId s l c Je1 tint c t syar IJ proUiurUiK rrown 01 M 4stln41Tr iizssia1lriter yrtr l a 1 ue tIsJn c pets a Ixjjoricwc rMll prosing ea- rlrrEoiitetxarils f vxpi II r v jte t C r t i 1 r V v r1I- I I r1 rvcr i tfIe coill C tn fOI 111 i 1 U 1 JJtltr1ncit e s erivtcn Ar tcoTil i 111JI J lviOWatto linEtQ IlT D melon f York r r RelinesLheP w i instantly A New Discovery 4b- y i Dr Porter Railroad Surgeon itidhave arrangements with majority ofthe local DrurofoU they will away tree a limited number of 29 packages Dr PortetJ Oil as ameattof have never used It To sure of s ple on your 1 manufacturers of old messages the or did not if we JO tell Porters Antiseptic will the It in of the or to remedy but it lit once td to OF It in this we to introduce it the of has in the U T iunniiig Fever have Co D V Ailjlj JrB G i Il It is It inn IT J IN in in to K 71 Is 14 G 4 he p te vi i roHlJ in Ju i b l We the of be it is are everyIages of five and thirteen will here oeved if eligible Wo hope to take the boys later Before they Ire sent we want to know the name age health character etc etc Only thbsewho have neither fiiHier or mother will he recievedat present We request all those who hove any such children to write to Dr Edward O Gu rrantWilmore Kv Also will thank all ministers and county officers to Jive informa ThelIInlllfor these children for His sake who iiiv H them There in not a better oncelnLfJ P Mlulpln fix that clock or wiitih for you Charges reason lUe and ntiVfaolinn aluVR 1 People who are stlIcltup sal ildiu sHc k up for each other mar+ PKOFKS6IONAL CARDS uawadww w aiarnwnwa w v R A iRVirVM D PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON CLAY OITY KY B RSMlTrTrM D PHYSOIoNANg8JOEOHCLAY VerySenous It a very serioul matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one gives oUJor this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine DLACKHTLiver Metficlie The reputation ofstSs old relic ble medicine for constipation Indigestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not Imitate other medicines Its J better than others or it wouldBOt be the fa largersaleSOLD IN TOWN W t f t f A Simple RerncjtCardui is a purely vegetable extractSa simple rem recommended and irregularityfulling i m other form of sickness peculiar to females F yTAff CARDtlI It Will Help You J IPt- tt Mrs A 0 Beaver ofUnicoi Route No 1 Mar bearingKK m fIg a 1U s in shoulders nervous palpltabonInd othc f ttoubleslcannot mention but I took WintfJifnOardui useaJjlJ i JI SF E TitlE f t Euat l W st1Jonndc l1 i2oily M 21 11 920 j34 50I ihlsj05 414 431 43447 510r CnIG I r nni ly A M 7358l3 f26 n42trM 0 jil 915Q22 938 943 950 1017 1115 1120 Eyelid Stations J LexingtonJ VhichestiirL Itulinn Fields NAY CITY Stanton Ropslyn PnnTjfiton Junction Natural Bridge Torrent nIhvville Tit- zO K Junction T lick lion INo tJ AMff55 rtoo 845 825 8 if 80918O3 748 745 730 707 15G No3Daily PP ii- O d5 52b55t7 4153 435 426 420 414 357 855 341 320 225 220 CENT Isaac NO Sunday 01 A M 1O2 4tJI 020 902 854 848 842 S28 jsflf 7lf titThe Following CONNECTIONS are tirade Daily Except Sunday L de E Junction Nts 1 and 3 will connect ivith the C k 0 Rail I wayftvrMu Rtfirline Ky Cam pton Junction No 123 anti 4 wilFcontlectwith the MOun tain Central Railway fir passengers to and from Campton Ky TJeattyvillq Junction N ifC2 will connect with the L Railway for Rpattyv51IeuKy t 0 J K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will ihnect with the O t K Rut Wino for VnnpI Oitv Kv and WHV Htnions In Presidential Year 1M8 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read An Independent Newspaper THE EVENING POST DURING TUB YEAR 108 COSTS LESS THAN ONE A DAY FREEA New Kentucky Governors 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