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I 1- t f- IT x Y it tLAYCTTY TIMESj 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City tie SurroanJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher 2 VOL XIII CLAY CITY JYrT1URSDAY OUTOJ5ER J JD08 NOtjO We Want I Your Business 1 And have as an inducement to get your trade one of the best selected stockof Goods ever f brought to Clay City Have what you want Wandat prices to suit you and the times We j i can clothe you we can feed you can furnish t your house from cellar to garrett andcan supply your wants in anything else you need where it is the business of firslclass store to furnish it f i Will Always Appreciate a f Share of Your Trade i I I C SHIMFESSEL JIII 1 Have just received u fulland attractive line of- TF II Summer t Goods I Including InflfaLinnllBLil1n Sheer white and colored Waistinga and Fast Color Dress Ginghams that weio- J2Jc reduced tor110 Best Calicoes 7 Granulated Sugar J6l 1 TJie Jfio Coffee the market Perfection Flonr and Meal on hand Priceii e Also Fresh canned Goods Meats Lard all low o est prices Will keep on hand IiShelle Oats Peed Corn and Snlpstufr PIfwill buy Chickens and Eggs either er for Cash or Trade f 1i P AT9N I 1p Fall IBst At a meeting of the Regents of three iifghor Institutions of l afrtjrt oftlidStatbheltt in- Leiiitgtonr AtigustSo it was uit- oH AiiiTnously resolved to open all rthb State Schoolsvon scheduled tune This beau done and iheEaatorh Kentucky Suite Npr rmal School pit Richmond is now i nful operntion It aniincreas edattdndanco in all DCpRrtri mts over last fall that liftve r been hesitating on account of tim rumor that wont nbroadcono 1count of a possibility Jthe1 7- c r- lt c f 40 Chnmhnvys Shirtinus o a A beautiful line of back side combs best in always and also the has Wit Sch0plinQtopenjije thia fall peed hesitto nolonger All depart fullrunningplp ibdnrdilngaccohiodiytfpas Tbv all students of both sexes r R W Koark President Iiyou need any kindof first CUiS8 dental work hee Dr Bam mon in ClayOiYfor two weeks only Dotntforget Mrs Bushs Mn1 vinery Opening Friday an9 1Suti U daYi r z n Judge DavlalSpeaks Here Judge Amos avis Democrat ic nominee for Congress in this district ke m this city last night to a crowded and overflowing house Hi argument was plttin clear and convincing So muchso thatjtjo thinking man can help see itseems like if he is ope to conviction He was lodofy cheered as hfi made the m points of his speech Tike Davis is a plain honest fannerta man identified with the interests of the masses Sucli a man as the peo pIe seldom honor with of fice gCIO Let every come Nov 3rd and help met this grand old i man to Congers then you will have done y r duty It is a treat to have ch n noble hon est and upright gentleman to grace the I hal of the United States Congrea Two Klllechat One Shot Merrill Grolfrand Bert Flinch urn were shot jd instantly k1l1- ed nfclit John Huff man on MiUifrOrcek near the Estill and Leegipunty line The trouble aroover Gross and Flinchum accnfcng Huffmans son of theft Th had arrested him and had himnft custody Huff man e wmchwue ruaedwhen Reim mediately proceeded to secure a shotgun and fired on them killing both men with the sumo shot Huffman has been arrested and placed in Irvinejail J Smith Hays one of Ken tuckys leading ciirnpaign speak ers will address the voters of Clay City at splace Oct 14 A good crowd should hear him ACAgD To the Democrats orthe25th J u diciac District l Sincerely grateful for favors of the past I ag in ask at your hands the nomination for the Circuit Judgeship I realize that nq mere man can be a perfect and that a public oflicialWIHBe duties re quire him to decode according to fixed rules of law andevidence every disputed question in nu merous hotly waged contests can not hope to satisfy every litigant but in discharging my official duties I have endeavored to keep coitetintly befo fciTe the words of oath of office which requir ed uetoadntinistorjusticewith- out ttQ poricins and to do equal righttoijiioKpoorttndthe rich and to faithfully pnrtiIIIY dieiihr a Eltr3 fluties of the office to theipjeetof n y abili rties and I ImvcrMt all times conscientiously striven to keep that oath irtviolate If the people of tlti district feeJtlat1hae ton 1euonnQledegr1mQt the reo uiromopts po appreciatethe fully ask butafiTmy service has not been roasdiiably satisfactory I do not desire tdbe continued in office andtn Tupport will bo cheerfully jcivo t the peoples jhoice for thft4witioiiM BENTON Vinchestertrly Sopt201908y f Ik Badly Needed Every public gathering we have shows us how badly we need a public hall Last night when Judge Davis spoke here the main building of the school room was taxed to its fullcapac ity outside seats were brought in but still the crowd could not be seated Something must bo done We have not got the tax payers of a county to build ua a court house like other towns have so we must provide for ourselves and lets promptly proceed to do this The Lodges of this city are ready to help such a project It nil now hinges on the city What will the coun cil do Clarence Lebus President of the Burley Tobacco Society is a Republican but in his fight against the tobacco trust he has found the whole Republican party at the back of his foe and the Democratic party the farmers friend He now advises all farm ers to vote the Democratic ticket and says he will do the same The Democratic committee of dark county has called a pri mary election to nominate coun ty officers the first Saturday in August 1009 ThQn3aRU I r ll 2t of the noted Breathitt counryVcliarac ters was killed in Louisville Saturday night Dr SP Ilammons dentist will bu in Clay City two weeks only to practice his profession All work guaranteed Any thing you want can be bought by mail Try the Lexington Purchasing Agency for your shopping Best of References For particulars addres Lexington Pur chasing Agency Box 50 Lexing ton Ky DEATHS m Mrs Mary Stuart died at her home near this city Thursday Sept 22 with heart dropsy aged 75 years Burial at the home place Wednesday She is survived by five sons and three daughters all grown She was a lady of many friends who now join the hildren in mourning their loss Mrs Henry Derickson died at Stanton Monday of complication of diseases after but one weeks illness Funeral by Rev 11 A Irvin and burial in the Stanton cemetery Tuesday She leaves three smell children besides her husband Deceased was a daughter of Thos Conlee and a niece of Mes dames J B Derickson and S D Rose of this city Aunt Patsey Hoskin died at the home of her daughter Mrs Edwin Rose near this city Thursday Sept 21 of old age being o ver ninety years old Elder AI P Lowry conducted funeral ser vices at the Christian church Friday after which the remains were buried at the Eaton Cemetery She is survived by two living children W 0 Hoskin of Win r JtJJJ Mrs Edtvi Roe of Alargo number of rel atives and friends from out of the county attended the funeral v Dont forget the meeting of the Clay City Democratic Club Friday night Notice To whom it may concern I will no longer be responsible for any jdubts made or contracts let liy my wife Lula Glover this Sept 25th BIOS Ed Glover I Clay City Ky I Mrs W N Bush- sMILLINERY I i Iam r OPENING i Ie FRIDAY AND SATURDAY i Oct 2 and 31 CLAY CITY KY I f- ji r C 3 4 THE TIMES IUJIUSIIED EVERY THUUSDAY k J B Burgher Publisher j Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Oct 1 1JU8w CLUB HATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rater pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal ttlUl Cincinnati Enquirer 110 I Louisville Commercial 76 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk Vc are authorized to announce CHAt Kwry candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the actioji of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JW Woolery candidate for County Court subject to the action of the Democratic party For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce 11 A Irvin tir candidat for the oflice of County Superintendent of Schools oi Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub feet to the action of the Democratic party Vi are authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Char Iii Clark candidate for Jailor of pow ol county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Assessor r We are authorized to announce S A Easter as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party VouJdNow be a Democrat Though a strong Republican if he were living today Henry Clay would be a Democrat In an ad ydress before Congress in 1883 this then great apostle of protection skid The theory of pro tection supposes thafirfter a cer tain time the protected manufacturer will have acquired such strength as will enable him sub sequently unaided to stand against foreign competition No one in the commencement Of protection ever supposed hut it was to be perpetual Henry Olays day was a time when pro tection for protections sake was a boon to infant industries but when infant industries have grown to proportions of defiant arrogance and greed it is high time the people regardless of party politics take affairs into their own hands and compel the so called protectionists hut the name robbers suits them best to bore the clevis pin hole of equality in the middle of the double tree instead of it being ninety nineone hundredths to the side of the iron clad tariff protected manufacturers and trusts and until they do this the trusts will continue to grow more during and oy press ve The standpatter who insists that the bone and sinew of indi vidual toil and enterprise shall bo taxed to increase the profits of corporate interests is not a representative of the principle of equal and exact justice to all on which the welfare of the whole people of this public depends The cry let us alone emanates from the trusts themselves it is the siren voico of monopoly find greed softly ebbing its way to r favor with all solfishjutd unscru pulous interests and we inust resist it with the selfpreservation slogan of Bo square or bo gone The auparty has been missnamed A true Republican according to Webster is one who advocates a government by rep resentatives elected bv the citi zees This successor of the old whig party doesnt beleiveln a line of this doctrine in modern days It believes in the Czarlike rule of Speaker Cannon and the big stick government of Presi dent Roosevelt and as the party is now recognized by all thinking Lint unprejudiced people us a mere covering for all the evils of the trust magnets monopolies and rafters and iq now known asthe covering party only we suggest thut the old name Whig party be restored with Rouse velts simplified form of spelling upplied thus Wig party Then vou have as an appropriate name fur the Republican party as a ceulwig is ippropriate for the covering of a bare head In this issue appears a card from Judge J M Benton in which he asks for the Democrat ic nomination for Circuit Judge Judge Benton bus made a most excellent record on the bench hit decisions rarely ever being reversed by the Court of Appeals He possesses all the elements of a Christian gentleman besides his superior ability as a jurist The people of the Twentyfifth Judicial district are pleased with Judge Beaton on the bench and will entertain no proposition for a change at this time If Autos Davis goes to Congress ho will vote in favor of the to bueco growers and against the to bacco trust on all tobacco legisla tion He will vote against the ship subsidy bill that Langley voted for he will have too much love for his native land to vote for the bill reducing the repre sentation of the Southern States in Congress a bill which Mr Liuigley voted for and he will vote against Uncle Joe Cannon for Speaker These are some reasons for voting for Judge Davis but there sera others just as good Winchester Democrat The Democratic party says lets revise the tariff the Republi cans say lets not do it until after the election The Democrats say lets publish the campaign contributions the Republicans saythats good but wait until after the election If the Republicans aim to wait until after the election to do things they will be cut out Their esteemedcontemptiblt Democratic friends will look after affairs at Washington soon after the election The panic of 1803 was produc ed by extravagant Republican legislation before Cleveland came into office and hud not Demo cratic rule come to the rescue by cheapening the necessaries of life under low tariff the panic would have lasted much longer and would have heron adeal more severe and many poor people suffered on account of the prices of food and clothing under Republican party overnmetI If Taft elected I the duty of all our Christian churches to return their mission ariesfrom heathen lands in an endear to concert our chief the religion of Jesus Christ Gfpvlflaskehhai handed Roose volt h wanivTeply to the Prcsi dents false ntnB tiI ito ci him that in thfeojfmiys after the I President h the of tlio Stamlarl Yilaounpany ib the Indian Territory four years ago before Btatehoodal6njj franchise his campaign ftfnu was swoolen 2GU000 by this prporation anti its nllaesk Bradley has beenplacedat the head of affairs p Kentucky Lets see what did Bradley say about the Taft and Roosevelt gang last the time he was given thelack eye and not allowed togathe Nation al Convention L If half what UnfedStates Sen titer Foraker of Ohio says about Roosevelt and Taftps true and we hove room to it all neither of them are fit for a con stable in a Magistrates court L4 Judge Amos Davisis closer to the masses of thee eopld than n nv man ever nominated in this district l y eitherl arty Why not vote for him vj- jHowsThls We ulcer One Hundred Dollars Ilewnrd for nn CatarrhJthat cnnnot he cured by Halls eA rurrh tare E J CHENEY ds CO ToKdo 04Ue the uiidtTHiml liave known K J Cheney forth last 15 years sod believe him Jjjffectly hmora hie in ill hutimsatrunfactionH stUd financinlly uble to nrryout any hligatotiP mnde hid firm tt lilllllnillrln+ + holessleOragjhts Toledo 0 Hulls Catarrh jur H taken hi ttrnnlly nct directly upon the t itod nail nuicoti aurlact1S bt the- rvrtem Trtutielii tlutlree Iriw 75u per bbttleJ Sold by t ruijjixtH 1 p ihlls Family1Pilla ir con liatllllt li Haqutons iTiiLjftrtufeft you a +v nr Hi tat th lor wnwM stint v ttt d ol1 rnwn untL ldgt Itor- ci lrulagM It t hcfqIlY two- r41 olc vTR S I FRUIT I ORNAMENTAL gVt thin fur Orchard Lawn andGarders rs Our Snuv berry Plimthv bra Alorjjy Sint d l rrtlrcalliJttnl 174l1l t a181ti1eltia tatFr ses tonaF f r u i 3cmgteyc JOi sno XV a r1 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RrJdEAteraTltl80FFERL9FORAUMITIDTth1EQYLY Writaday THE SUMTER TELEPROME MANUFACTURING CHtPAIIJY 111f1UtrfFP fl C 1 i ii =3iI v TPiAN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER f a l THURSDAY Oct 1 1008 J OOAlrBREYITIES niit WAINSCOTS POP Mr 1 O Allen is visiting friouds at Dodge City Kansas Attorney J H ORear is at Jackson this week on a business mission Mr and Mrs Grant Elkin of s Ford visited relatives here a few daysthis week G P Douglas anddaughter Mrs Julia West of Levee visit ed relatives in the city Friday Dr Smith reports the birth of a girl to Mr and Mrs Oharlie Clark of Vaughns Mill Satur day September 20th Butler Stuart of Hoflaker Va was called here last week on account of the depth of his moth cr Mrs Mary Stuart Dr Martin reports the birth of a teujpouhd Democrat tothe wife of T G Morehead t Argyle Friday September 25 Assessor Jamee W Woolery is out again at his duties after SU- Staining f a pretty bad injury by being throwd from his horse in a the upper portion of the county I Sam Carr has opened a fresh meat store in J B Eatons old store building on 7th avenue Where he will be glad to setall of lfiaold customers and all the tf new orteSpossible Miss Mary Bnrby of Danville an elocutionist of note will give an entertainment at the Chris I tianChurch iiithiscityat some early date for the benefit of I Highland lOrphanage Joe Mountz left yesterday af ternoon for Sardis Miss where he joins the little Olay Oity cok ony now located there Joe will go to work in fho Carrier Lum ibar Companys big store Miss West the proficient Ladles hat trimmer of Cincinnati who was with Mrs Bush last spring is I again with her and istrimmingv fineiot of falihatsand will be rca I t dy for the Operting Oct 1st I The dust was settled Monday I morning by tt nice good gentle rain and wns followed by a sud don drop in temperature and a small frost Tuesday morning lo damage was done by the frosty FamltyrAf1 IOurwholofan ilyhs enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings Now Life Pills three ycare rtgoiiys L A Bartlnt of Rural Tloute 1 Guilford Maine Jriiey leahse and tone the system ina gentle way thatdoe8yougood ruggistsdf Regular meeting of the City4 Council Friday night Where inlets iPlewi David Parker of Fayette N Y ftuVetoran of the civil war who lost afootiattGett sbugr says The good Eelctrfc Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dol dare to me I spent much money doctoring for u bud ease of Btom itch trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and ofthe cured me I now take them as a tonic arid they peep me strong jWd wellT 5Qu atiallT druggists If s u Several from Clay City are at tending the grand one hundredth anniversary of Estill county at Irvine today The exercises promises to be very entertaining and it is interesting to see how eager the Estill people are to get back to their native heath fur once store v Would Mortgage the Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire Ga W A Floyd by name says Bucklens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw i one on my hand and one on my leg It is worth more than its weight in gold I would not be without it if I had to mortgage the Turin to get it Only 2oc at all drugstores TlieStiinton College building I will be dedicated Oct 15 The deley was caused by the accident which caused the death of Con tractor R W Hamilton It is expected that Goy Willson will be present to take part in the exercises of the occasion also Oheif Justice Ed C 0 Rear will be present and snake an address Two prominent men from Pitts burg will also give an address The free schools of the county will haVe u holiday Oct 15 und all will bq welcome Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Ho tel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suffered with a se vere cough and consumption seem ed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected u com plete cure The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is worldwide Sold by all druggists 500 and 100 Trial bottle freo Courier Journal Cuts A Special Rate of 125 For The Cam palgn and Election For the first time in its history The Courier Journal has made a 1pecialcut rate oh its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper is 86 a year or 3 for six months For the campaign a rate of 8125 has been made to appy 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 enteied on the Courier Journal mailing list untilDecember 1 next when all willexpire Send in your orders at once through this Pipe The earlier you get in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson has announced that the Oourier Journal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes he ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited by Cpl W BV Hald man has made the same rate 8125 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 SlliO The AritlSplttlngCrusade Everybody should help stop the pub lie spitting Imbltt by sending a two cent stamp today for our attractive unique hanging card which warns a galnst spitting nuisances People will token otlce of this triad and once soon never torgotton Address DOMINO QAiins Co 1807 Ohoiitcau St Louis MoDaily Courier Journal from now until December 1st during the campaign and the Timesone year both for 4150 Subscribe today k l 1 MI f SPOUT T SPRING G P Douglaet of Levee was here Eridayaiid Saturday Mrs Dollie Tuttle of Ford visited relatives hero this week Joe McKinney visited relatives in Clark county the first of the week I W J oTTrifitopher and D S Christopher tine visiting relatives in Olrrk county Mrs Nannie McKinney of near L E Junction visited elativeshore recently The prdtpacteUdmeeting con ducted hero by Eld J T Turpin closed Friday night with thirteen additions Saturday and Sunday are reg ular preaching days at the Baptist church n id5ve hope to see a good crowd out both days Mr and Mrs1 S Christopher of Clark county visited the latters father W J Chris topher Saturdays and Sunday W J Ohristopher Sr cele brated his seventysecond anniversary Sunday His numerous friends wish him many more years of peaceful and happy life t Stray Calf Male calf foundon my place Aug 12 Calf has slight signs of Jersey with white spots in forehead and between front legs about three months old Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges Jas II Crow spout Spring Ky Notice to Trespasser5 All perspns are hereby notified that all huntihgtand trespassing h orbidden by the undersigned who will plosecute to the extent of the lawall pets violating this no Lice B B HUTSON r1I1 Winchestei Bank INcoRPORATED N H WiTiiERsrooy Pres apital Slock 200000 o Surplus 200 JO Wo solicit the accounts of individ iialn firms and corporations 84 iet6ti BFfLRRYi Undertaker Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suitse Also cnn furnish Home Made Cot tins to Order on Short Notice When Desired West BendKr- eoieSe +++ + t +t+ + to + + + + H IJ Pl1UPPIN= i Watchmaker t+ and Jeweler Kinds of Watch and Clock tIldl on Short Notice and + Terms SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Line of K Jewelry Spectacles Call and seefme In the Red River HeteljiSiwiHg CLAY ci VKENTUCKV J w Fl ++ ++ Mi d + +++ fy 0 Farms for Site Bluegrass farms for sale through out Central Kentucky Good busi ness to exchange for farm B F Adcock Piris IyP- hotographs Am now ready to mnke Photo graphs at my residence near Clay City Those wanting pictures will please come at once JOHN W HENRY 6O YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS lieA sendlnt s Iteband deeerlptton may- quicklucertnln our opinion rice an Invention ommunlr- atlonatrtetlfoonadentlel 1011 on Patents tent tree Oldnt agency tor curlnjrpaunu- Intenti Co reeelre iftetalnottci wttboutchareeI- ntheScientific Rtnericaii A handomel lllnatrated weekly lamest elr culatlon of anr eleIlJlU year I tnurmonth I soldbralinewadealera MUNN CO 36teroadw2T New York Dr nch Of lea t2 F SLo wubluaton D Co Who Will Be President This Is a presidential year and every man must read to keep post ed on politics The Courier=Journal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspiper but it prints the news as it develops One Dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that pupir tinl THE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR One DollarIf ordrcto this papernot to the Courier Journal o all who will pay up all ar 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 TIll Agriculturist is one of the best farm papers published I M M S POULTRY FENCEVery Close Compl to4 ftBMtwttn sadpy cheapr thin Writ for calolor ibowlif Ml flee of tNldal MeshISjuM rates co D xtn m KUIU BULBSBULBS SUCCEED SPECIAL OFFER Made to build New IldInM A trial will mete rou a permanent cus tomer Batlef action or 7001 man r rded Su lrCoifctlon ar Ines eedd lbt SwrtUrSM undtk rMlkcr eat INb Prrtl H n 4t tits pupa lUaMwlw I 4r Crff CklnUift Alhranr- an Mnllliu DuwK reap rem TWIG TukfU 4- r Ily r11p eeall k awn 14 Dula ntIMb twlj tM Uu TIlpy fl- UUAKAMTEEDTOPLEABB a Write today Mention this Paper SI3INL 2B CE2INTS- U M wraydpeklM e d awn Itili alublt wnMilM tf aaW r U J big nWtIM lutrvtl HI knl Ik4 But Sd4Bdd1le mtmontlon lradM R It- aalIpUdlwl VBkvlMU Renrt fiat null aanldaTla Bab ao Ii riiw Buckbea 00 THt BUCKBEES guaranteed M CIIoIoohltlall IH Tk IaOCErOD GUY CITY NATIONAL 1 t- pr 4f BANK 9- cL I iqTY ICI3NTTJC1CY I Capital H OOOOoo I ISurplus null TJiidivitleU Irolltw JOOOoo M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashieriffi Tron ail any burins conuitent with Legitimate Banking v tationa Firms and Individual Solicited g Iiitorost Puicl on Time Depositsd TTT TCTTwJ w7 PT aTTCTSTTSITTTTTo W V b e bINSURE WITH i F A LYON Be SON 1 + The Loading Insursusco tgents t+ of Eastern lieutucslcv + 00 a t+ Over 200000000 1 I Represented 1 t rr + r- I itheyi +++ii44 4 4+++ + + +++ + ++ t+++ + ++ ++ +s++3i i 4 y Kimbrell Joe Cqttman of Log Lick wa here last Tuesday James D Cottman atfenfloi preaching at Dunaway last Sun- daylit Coacoruithe sick room We have produced the delicious Kabolh Grape Juice for many years but we this years product is the crown of perfection Naboth Grape Juice progression Better each year Improved by the wisdom of each years experience in careful pressing and developing Naboth Grape Juice now going out is we think a little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Gripe taken from he cluster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superiorqualityofNaboth Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food Law Delicious Pure Invigorat ing For sale by dealers THE NABOTH VI V4RDS Broctofl r York I for few of has to live In can to miss this truly I READ EVERY WORD OF THIS GREAT OFFER To get this beautiful Clock FHBE Is thu Simplest thlnT In world you have to do Is write me a postal card and hay you want to sot it will then send you mall pre paid carefully wrapped of handsome portraits of George Washington and nak you 10 show them to your neighborsThese are copies of the best known painting of the first President of the United States and are different from and handsomer than any pic lure of the kind you ever saw ting room ami because the very name George Washington strengthens the love of homo and country in old and young alike everybody will want one of them and will be glad to pay for it on tho liberal proposition will authorize you to make You only have to collect Ii In this way to make this Glorious Clock yours forever YOU NO CHANCES j i The National Issue Club is pre paring for a temperance rally at this place on Saturday Oct 10 Every body invited to come and bring a basket of dinner A J Larison and family who to Indiana n few years ago have returned to Estill to reside Larison and wife visit ed Art Wood at Fox last week Virden j The people are busy cutting corn here 110WIi Thomas anl Robert Adams of Lexington were here Sunday visiting relatives and attended church The long drouth was ended Monday riiorniiii when we had a fine rain It gave us some stock water which was getting very scareThe editor of the Clay City Times and his faii iihere in our midst lisf SuiifUy HVininj Ve would II hn PPP them over of tenor till at t loiurer I THIS GLORIOUS GOLDEN CLOCK FREE I a minutes your time No one who a home afford OPPORTUrJITYI the All I a package plcturotor I I s Bloomingj went POSITIVELY TWO EXTRA IfS 1 Go with this Clock GUArUUUEED Hot to Tarnish and to Keep Time for Ten YearsI TWO BEAUTIFUL EXTRA GIFTS I giveyoutwoPREPAID whichIone I will give to you Just for being prompt In following my Instructions I TAKE Morris in writing to me because If the Clock does not prove to bo bven better than I have de BcriDea it ana ir it does not delight you In every way you may send It back and I will pay you handsomely In cash for your trouble Also If you get sick whatyoUportralteGolden Clock with the understanding that IhU does not bind me to aTrtIfOno cent Then put your name and address a- YIY IY m l 1k tYiiire 1171XT it r i j My Young Sister writes Min Mary ITudson of Eastman Miss took l iny advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at once j 1 TAKE II Will Help YouJ t- t wasIt in a rack o pain The do no good so began to take Cardui The first dose helped me Now I M am in bet cr health than ii three years m 1 M Ever girl and woinau needs Cardui to cure gH r irrcffularii v falling feelings headache backachenind P3 l reliables1- i J AT lei DRUG STORES t y r 4Nra v YN- iw e l y irQnniCMisses Mliy I Curtis andlgSrlio1 Curtis and ErncstS Uf of Old Pine Ridge attond h i rch hero Sunday and vlstted Miss Sudie and Willie Curtis The protractedmeting closed here SUlJdl yzh three confess inns to the Bro Lowry had to leave1unday morning to preach Mrs JJNf Hardins fu noral at Winchester Bro Eas ter was left preach SundllY- which he nbly J i to a large and attentive crqy e Trio thleies tI guess that is what you w call then took some corn ailobacco from U W EvermanlSaturday night and from KillisiV they totfk all the Hour aridchffed he had in the house jihvaud Mra Ware- tkeleat churcliftkhdtliey went im Ilrld helpedtn pl B Jt00 Curhe jthil pliice4ind- 1Tw Clfrtisjfaliue Ilirbe4ind J D BlJelirnv met ut Snow Jre k church last Thursday amKFjrjilay stud clean ed off th grant anti are goiiisj to put tlicence around the which is needed W hope to see thNWglrk cmpjted and would befglad for ato v body who feel niterestediirt1 at work would loudJit helpin and Let J 1Illiin fix that clock or watch for ybu Charges reason iil le and patisr ctionalwYB n IllOKKSPljONAL CARDS 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firpacsengers to and Camptbnj Tay Beattvville Jiinntinn N lis 2 will connect the L fe A Rail ullr for iitattvvilleKy I J Kjnrtlnn NII a and 4 will connect witfiiliH O iC K Rnil WII rrt1ItIINl ii1 KV and WRVwfnT1R r In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read CtAa Independent Newspaper EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1008 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A FREEA New Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas Front Isaac Slulfcy to Art lslls E Willsoi Only 946 002 754 105 made with from with THE DAY I All of Kentucky Governor The only complete collection noW In existence Every true Kentuckian should have a copy In his home or office JUST OFF TILE FJIESS U the new Kentucky map Cngraved especially for the Evening Post at a COlt of 1Ilob In addition lI this uptotheminute Kentucky map and pictures of all men tucks Governors the complete census of all Kentucky given with pictures of all the President of the United State Ruler and Flags of all- nallon iteamihlp route statistical data In addition to the above there are nine maps of equal value including the Philippines Porto Rico Hawaii Alaska late maps of the United States Panama Canal Eastern and Western Hemis pheres reports of the last three national census and much other historical In formation i 8118BCRIBEItemall or 1200 for six months subscription Understand that thus rates areby mall only and that subscription or arent Is 10T cents per week iThe Ev rilnloatia l1rslla everything huthe moat State noarut pet market reportSA newspaper for the The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Allisanfl Eveitag Post With This Paper DIP AN- DDISINFECTANT THRIFTY LIVE STOCK n web the ergad lip rue kjls- hewtopoducatieno lbeof twk it wtid Tfa sauJat i apee TMemaahanerigiaresidinsrat + t7 towoi I 1o + Udeeea octlr u ado 151t I i w te irlw y k- JIvaedilrhmadluon k Hrtrt + tlm tit 1 nft i aeiaikahwlluerdo UroeL wn Hra +ri mail Hae1ab Bmkatt ra AVe 5 r m M f J t 1 w a w a + I Is one of the most important ipaits of any ad if you 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