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I k I Jt- I uii L o Zi ijjR tti tL1cTiY TIMES 50 Cents a Year In Advanci We are here to help Clay Ciffjpc Surrounding Country and Ourselves d ll Burgher ruhl sherIVOL XIII t CLAY OITY t KY mURSDAYt OCTOBER 8 J90 NO vwwYrvwiwvwvo Want 11IYour Busiriess ij r And have as an inducement to get your trade pne of the best selected stock of Goods ever brought to Clay City Have what you want and at prices to suit you and the limes We can clothe you we can feed you can furnish your house from cellar to garrett andcan supply your wants in anything else you need where it is the business of a firclass store to furnish it j Will Always Appreciate t Share of Your Trade aj I l C SHIMFESSEL l1 alGiI i New Fall Goods I Just received fresh from the city One of the best selected stocks of Dreps Goods and Notions ever brought to this place and The Price is Right You should call and investigate tIffs superb lino of anything and everything to pledso the particular buyers No troube to show a you what we have and will then leave the inattor Jof buying to your own good taste and sound judgment IJ B EATON DEATHS We JEldridge Dudley the Jittle 2 yearoldeonof JE D Outite died near the city Wednesday pigl t- withibrainfever Burial ftfcCu- ritis graveyard Friday MreMary Burris aged GO wife of Thomas J urris tjied Ihuraday Oct 1 at the home of Mrs an Mastiu at WaUorsvillo Burial- atEowollsValley Saturday She loaves several children all mar rr J- i nod besides her husband to mourn her lossI j Stray CW placeAugJersey with white spots In forehead andbetween irbnt legs about three months old Owner can have same payngQbargSpout Spring Ky I theOlayOityDepoccatteOlubFi 0 Coin i Meeting Tho CifyOouacilmet in regu lar sessimi + r ay night with the Mayor nnd Councilmen Mountz Warnioutii and Rose pres ent r The Teacher salaries officers salaries aridlaffew sundry bills were allowed The resignation of Councilman Newkirk was cepted and F P Tracy was elected to till the un expired termofMr Newkirk The 4the city school were affl1irsI t length The opns now doing ty were granted a renewal of ifease for another year dating frim Nov 4 1008 the time the present license ex pire There were serious objections to graritinffithe license just now and a plea or the council to adjourn until jjNpv 3 and hive the Court Appeals further time to give ot their decision on the local 0 centest case Every councilnmrj however Vat ed for license excgpt Mr Mountz Estlll Centenni- alTlieftenlonnwl ut Irvine last possibly were very jifrnte and inter eating Theaj ailing speech of MajorCof the Irvine JbirV There was it large npuilter 6f- formerEstili zttspresentsund allseemed ell to be at home once more There was not a single distur bance that we saw to mar the pleasure of any individual which proves the glorious result of lo caloption Irvine has improved wonderfully since Deleft t e county seven vears ago The beautiful new- coricrete walks along the wide and streets im greatly the generulappearance of the town number of new brick business houses and hand some frame dwellings have re cently been built in the old capi tal and business has been so re vived that Irvine of ten years a go and Irvine of today is not the same town Rash Key In the Methodist Church at Mayfield Ky Oct 7 Mr James Orews Rash of thia city and Miss Teddie Key of Mayfield wore united in marriage Mr Rash will shortly bring his wife to Clay City where they will reside The groom is the efficient gen oral manager the BrodheadGar- rett Lumber Co of this city and is a young man of rare busi ness qualities He id regarded here by all who know him as a model young man The bride is a beautiful and accomplished young lady of whom Mr Rash justly feels proud The Times jolnsa host of friends in extending congratulations and best wishes to the happy young couple A Captain J W Jones of Uuion Hall onoofAhefewsurviving veterans of tlie Mexican War is in the city today He will leave this afternoon forn visit to rola tives at Louisa Dr SP Ilammons dentist will bo in Clay CIwo weeks only to practice his profession All wprk guaranteed jjfe J YG- II Y i Robt R Friend the Demo cratic candidate for Presidential Elector from this district will visit the Democratic Club Friday night and deliver an address A full house should hear Mr Friendas he is a brilliant voung speaker and thoroughly posted on current issues Be sure and come out +Miss Nannie Barboe of Dan vill Ky an impersonator of National fame will give an enter tainment at the Christian church Oct 20th for the benefit of the Highland Orphanage In the Old Plantation Stories will be an entertainment worthy the ap pearance of every resident of Olay City Come out The Rev Robt N Bush the new pastor of the Methodist church delivered his first sermons nightThe bly impressed with their new yearinBush at its head is hoped for by the members of the flock Remember that 0 W Metcalf and J Smith Hays two leading campaigners of the State will speak here next Wednesday at one oclock John M Waugh another leading speaker will also address the voters of this city on Oct 20 at one p m Surrey and TwoBuggygica Sal- oAlitliesefri ic rlent witfi rubber tires AlsoobQidiiionI eral sets of good half the shop prite- ChilesThompson Grocery Co Mt Sterling Ky Value Advertising Many great business men will admit that they owe muchof their success to advertising but it is rather unusual for a great firm to come out boldly and bid for trade on the ground of its widespread advertising- In a special midsummer letter to their trade however the great Chicago shoe firm of Selz does exactly this We do even more than give and guarantee s itisfaction says the largest maker of good shoes in the world we have for years been conducting a great national advertising campaign to hammer the idea of the bitter ness of Selz shoes into the public mindWe have spent millions of dollars in advertising in the thir tyseven years we have been in business and we know the money has been so well spent that we are putting 150000 as the mini mum figure for our 1008 fall campaign alone Shoe quality guarantee of wearers satisfaction natioi e1 advertising these three things are inseparable factors in our success Without the right goods we couldnt hnve mode good for a long time but with out the advertising we couldnt have made good in a long time if allWe have backed goods of en during merit by an enormous and unceasing advertising campaign thats why more Selz shoes are sold than any other line of good shoes in the world the advertis ing is largely responsible The Chicago manufacturers are so enthusiastic over advertising that they even make the state ment to their dealers that if you want to do some effective advertising this falljcallonjUfl and well go you f Any thing you want can be bought by mail Try the Lexing ton Purchasing Agency for your shopping Best of References For particulars addres Lexington Pur chasing Agency Box 60 Lexington Ky c If you need uny kind of first 1 clnss dentalwork see Dr Hum mona in Clay City for two weeks only I Mrs W N Bushs I MILLINERYOPENING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Oct 2 and 3 CLAY CITY KY THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TUUK8DAY J E Burgher 1ublishcr Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday w Oct 8 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournul llUO 1 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEriENTS For County Clerk We are authorized announce Ones EWEN candidate for Cuunty Court Clerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce J W Woolery candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party For Superintendent of School tWe are authorized to announce R A Irvin tir candidat for the oillce of County Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor Wo are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor tub Ject tQ the action of the Democratic party t We are authorized to announce Tas F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pow eir county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Char fowellDemocratic party For Assessor We are authorlzelto announce S A Easter as for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party Why Federal Legislation Falls One of the great reasons for the failure of the Federal govern ment to enact laws against the liquor traffic is due to the fact that a very large part of the en tire receipts of the United States government comes from the li quor traffic The internal revenue tax on liquors was first proposed as a war measure but it has finally come to bg one of the greatest sources of revenue for the Fed r al government second only to the United States custom receipts The total receipts of the govern ment from all sources for last year was 840725840 Of this amourtt the postal receipts were 183 585000 The customs receipts were 832233303 and the internal revenue receipts were 209 604028 The total internal revenue re ceipts on all articles except intoxicating liquors amounted to 53759303 leaving a total of 215004720 on intoxicating li quors alone Thus it will be seen that more than onefourth of all the receipts of the United States government come from the tax oil intoxicating liquors lift were not for this 215901 720 which comes into the United States treasury every year from the tux on liquors it would not be difficult to secure proper anti liquor legislation in Congress There are of course those among the members of Congress who would vote with the liquor inter eats in all events But the one powerful weapon which the brew ers and liquor dealers have thus far used with such telling force on the members of Congress through the medium Of vthoi 10 r X Speaker bribe House and certain henchmen has been the fact that 25 per cent of all the revenue of the United States comes from the production and sale of intoxicat ing liquors At Fittsburg last October for one month only the net earnings of the United States Steel cor poration was 17052211 During this same month there were thousands suffering in same city for the want of fogdandrai ment and later the city was forced to issue 200000 in bomjs to furnish luhjir Jp Rep fhe poor of Pittsburp froni starving to death That is under J eipubli can rule Is it rightvfair reader fin the man who does the work and pro duces till wealth to starve while the man who tvelr8z the kid gloves and rides in a2000 au tohiobild draws millions annual ly in profits for the tabor of the pots Bryan and the Democrat ic party says it is not right while Taft and the Republican party says yes it isjust and right for some men tube slaves that the rich may be made richer for the sake of tjie IIlItimRuaggregate wealthI Twelve years ago the laboring man Went into partnership with the Republican party monopo lists and continued contentedly with a full Hillier pail for the workingmans share while the monopolists took the millions mid billions profits The workingman toiled hard tind was well pleased however until the gov ernors say these working scoun drels are getting too Saucy lets cut short the pail and take it away from them altogether if needs be to completely enslave the1fl 4 votejp Taft niid Lang ley jneiins the completion of the awful job Will you vote for them Wee are indeed glad to hear the encouraging reports that come from the 23rd Judicial district From what we can learn every Democrat in the district is in line everything is harmonious from one endof the district to the other and our friend the Hon J B White will be elected Circuit Judge by a good majori ty We learn that many Repub licans recognizing Judge Whites superior ability for the place will vote for him while it is believed there will not be a Democrat in the district but what will vote for WhiteIIIn 1890 as we were ebbing a way from the panic of 1898 caus= ed by antecedent Republican ad ministrations that party said we have enough money but con fidence must be restored before prosperity will come again They were put in power on this plen but where is confidence today There is double the amount of money in the country but where isitYou dont see anymore circulating It has gone into the hands of Republican trusts Does that help you of any neouI know If it is right for you to work all day and earn 10 00 your boss take 9 00 of this money and give you a bare living part of the time and then nothing at tI el lslrightprinciples Vote for Bryan for President and Davis for Con grossiVote for Honest Judge Amos Davis for Congress p U If you borrowTMollar from n bank you nlRL J security fir pymopt Of s o lur Thats- right If youlott the banka dollar the bank should give you security tool If the Democrats afe theytare pledged in platform to and will pass a law requiring all banks to igovernment with good securityFfor every dollar deposited inlblinks and fur 1 ther providing fortho payment in full all depositof4smoney with in er any bank may he clbsed Only 26 loyal iinfil the election Democrats dO Jr duty and Bryan tind Diivisfyre winnersIIPJX The RepubJic knew last winter that the Democrats would go in next that ia the reason why1iJcynllow d ex penditures rjiri over a billion dollars while tbjc total receipts from nil sburB J Bast was but eight huitilre rniJIiohs c How1his We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fur any case of Catarrh that cannot bcunrtd by Halls Ca iHrrh Cure KJ OHENEY o t0 IohdeO We the undersigned have known F J Cheney fowthe lost 15 years and believe him urfectly honora hit in all bUfineBejrunHiictione and tinueially ahie to carryout any bligafonn madetby his firm N uldinlKinimn Marvin 11 holeaak Omi8ts OVrtl do O HullH CuurrhwCure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucou surfaces of the hyxtem TeHtmionlalH sent free Price 76c pe tbottle Sold by UrugglHts Take 1I11JK Faintly PiUs for con 1ipation r J J Dr Hunitiions willmake you a new net of teeth for a mall suni All kinds of crownintl bridge work aid fillings At Olay City two week only TREESIF UITORNAnENTALI Evervllniigjor Orchard Lawn Garden Our Srawberry Pl lit are Money Alnkerc Trv then VVrite forIFltlCB Catalogue We IItavClo I 1 0 rlilIIme iiSonst j EXINGrorf Jq SKIDOO reinovdS from the the grime stain androbbedlndlri- thatI ordinary soap will not dissolve II SKIDOO takes olf all the dirt It fa- a new in containing aq anyothereoapsor iacJceetionally HOUaEWIFE1Ion you can brass lldowsandJnfacttime dt does not harm the skin like ordinary scouring soaps dOp1ore than may other kind of soap offered One can will convince you t A grot War can for JOc set U ftomjour grocer or drug tzL Writs is sail we tend ouoDecanlf7ou will pay the postage which 10 ccnU a MIDI SOiP CO 4diiillws IMi f 1 I5 Dit I 11 JustOut BUTTe ICK FASHIQMS AutuMN 1908cr Isecdin11 howidPriceSt AUTUMN STYLES i j The new Butteriok publication is now on T sale Come to our store and see this tempt ing collection of styles inrQdhinnQJJ y AUTUMN 1908 containing styles from Paris Berlin and New 7 York displayed with over wife thousand illus trations by the foremost fabiiion artists The price is25c including a Cbruficate good for ONE BUTTERICK PATTERN FREE Get this book ioii4 Mrs jI W W iliiiis The Whitest White CaKt The Lighte t Light Ruiu r- And tFlakier BJSCL arm intle Wht Ver Pearl and Bakers Pride Plane Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTUREUm AI a1N VFPSAIIIES KY Sold by our alntr tIrhanta The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds Coughs and Who Sold undern os itive guarantee XourllonCyretumedlfJt fulls It is the only remedy cures in one dose an vomiting Always haVe bottle on hand It way 1 Iev life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per dwithIFOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS SLESSMERl1EHCtNE OMPANYSwIirtrs FlisMay i toNGDISfANaTEJ1lIJIfiES Private Lines and rach TAUVITTHVOUR WTHoti r detI lira cIoN- cA WneTdy Gel em heorAILA80UTTIiCTUFPt1ONi- thiywdHoW louuiftIIIII ItoI1wn I v t PriceZSo 4 1 p I w nwy i n e- y f I aw w y jO n f r f A j t L r 1 e a Sz II ry our Ph b Oft4 I a =fates 1FAS1HY ft11t i OIN1J M 1tFAJ 1 g COTTOlf G 1c Jrs A M tM l aperM w 4 assn d- kdu Awe r h ua hnnpheld J WrlaTr FWatMM4UMrMcuMcara tfbiDa uMm math VUt BriJ Lou Di Mc TJ Uw wnpltM I tjwfI 14IcWrire RtxlFldBrRTHISOFFFASPCRAUhtgLDTIM CMY WrluToder TSKaUMTRTClfPH MNKlfACTVMNC CeMAANYt ant UI MfMT1IIt 4 QrtiZ i j tj i i r i 4 rbrtflutiE TiMES a Atf ALL HOMEMADE PAPER I THURSDAY Oct 8 1008 f LOGAL BREVITIES v JfOllfr Yfl nthe leading He xrpaiiiof clys section was lies fuecdnvr tL r r Ira 1AnriE Barnett of Win clCBfer Is visiting refatives In the city 0 Shhnfessel has been in the 0 city this week buying hIs fai stock of goods ftli and Mrs Millard Corile Stanton are yisitingDr and Mrs Wim 0 Martin today A T Whitt and jlesdames visited friends b Lexington and Sundae Dr andMrsW O Mclntin rOarliSref visited relatives i the county the first of the week AT Allenhas resigned his pos I tion with the local telephone ex change and will return to MI Sterling t There were several frosts the grentIcane and etc J A Roberts one of West Bends progressive merchants and timber men was tansacting business in the city Tuesday and Wednesday h The Powell Fiscal Court is in isession at Stnnton this week and the usual number of road paupe and miscellaneous claims are be ing allowed f JI Berry of Johnson City J Tennis visiting relatives in Ue county Mr Berry loft this county twentyeight years ago and says he can see many change hero Mrs J O Allen has returnee from a two weeks visit to friend in DodgoOity hon While in tlto WestiMrs Allen also visited relatives in eastern Colo rado A Healthy Family IIOur whole family has enjoyed good health since we began usio Dr Kings New Life Pills thre years ago says IJA Bartlot o Rural Route 1 Guilford Maine rhoy cleanse and tone the systen in a gentle way that does you good 25c at all druggists Col TB Demtireo one of the Prohibition electors from the State at large will speak in thi mty aiondri6ctil2 Col Don tree is a fluent speaker and wail be wdfcoified foour pity to mitki J i1aspeccU llH e QlnrJdJirauitOonrt la= I week the damage suit of Laur 11 iE wen against her father W R 5 lEwen an acFognt ivhichpya published inthe Times somE weeks ago was passed until fie cehiber Term 24 rjWltere BuiletsFlew- DavidPnrker of Fayette N YI inveteranofrtlte 4ivijwarwho lost a otkat t1bgrMaYstHT E Bitters have done Ii i t wqrthmore tHan ftve hunarRd diT sr V Vlar8fqrao J SHt Ht mucjh mpn doctoring for obad iiase idf tpm- kcV trouble to lithe purpose 3 t r4 thfen trieid Jliectrio Bitters anc theycuredmer Inow take then fi jRBlavtomo i and hfey v peep meistroni JItt 4andjwel Jf V50o alall ryggistSi C t i I i t 1jJ The severe drouth continues uhbroked with stock water very scarce in many parts Would Mortgage the Farhj A farmer on Rural RI te2i JSin plre Ga W A Floyd by lIamel says Bucklens Arnica Solve cured the two worst sores saw one on my hand and leverI my leg This worth more weight in goldl would not he without it If I bad to mortgage the farm to get JtOnly25c at nj drug stores P I The Highland Orphanage is very thankful to the Otoy CHy peoplefor numerous gifts durin the past month imong them be ing 25 00 casts insmpllerr mounts one dining table hy SwannDay Lumber Company Jot of dress goods by Mrs Luthe Loving and Mrs A T Whitt pollow cases by Mrs W T Ad urns Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Groom the widel known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss wiysForBev eral months I suffered with a severe 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 a corn plete cure The fame of this Iif saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer in worldwide Sold by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle frea The Clay Oily National Bank has another oneof its fine statements in this issue The panic may cut down the business of other banks but it has nothing to do with the safety of the Ola City National Bank It is nl ways solid and worthy of any business entrusted to it Easy to Mix This What will appear very interesting- to many people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper giving a simple prescription which is said to be a positive reme dy for backache or kidney or blad der derangement if taken before the stage of Brightss disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sr saparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime A wellknown druggist hero ai home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingre dients are all harmless and can bi obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do eo He further stated that I while this prescription is often pro- scribedI in rheumattaafllloibnB with splendid results he couldsee nc treason why it would not bon splen did remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache bus ilt has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most im to portant organs and helping them to sift and filter frorn thoblood the four acids idrid waste matter which co isesvckness and suffering Those ypourrtrfders who suffur can make no mistake in giving it u trial The AntiSpitting crusade Everybody should help stop the pub Hcripltttng habit by sending a two I ecntstainp today for our attractive t unique hanging curd whloh1 warns n I gainst spitting nuisances People will take notices pit this caad and once seen payer forgotten Address DOIUM- CABOB Co 1B07 OlibUtenu SiL Lguls I AsoIpailyCouriertJnurmil fhiiii ir I until December l1tHrl ir t oattjpaign and the linir lnibot- h3for1L6O ySilb gt4t y i r t 2 0a- r t REIOftT CONDET10NOr Clay City National Bank At Clay City lathe state of Kentickv nt tho close of business Sept CO 1 COS R SOURCES Loans and discounts 107H3 Overdrafts secured and unz I4 USBondsto secure circuln 00 J f Premiums on U S Eonds1 POiO Bonds securities etc M 8a03l- innkinghouse furniture and fixturesf 3T l Other real offned J Duo from approved lese ve ioesofother Natt E het JO citonal paperer 9 cy nickels CIn 1- iMTTFOfiMouisVIlitiii rr fi r m Specie v oT47rJ Legaltender notes 01000 L 3 Itedemptlon fund with TJ S Treasr rcirJn 2i Total c LIABILITIES Cppltal stock paid intC1Surplus fund8tiO v J TJ ndivided hi1ess eiiieOwt T and tUI81J1ii lCr- Nnii 6 bank noes oil iur 5 1C D i Due to olherNrt nat Banks 368 lauirdual deposillBubjectto check 8907489- Cnshiert checks outstanding 1C6 00 B s payable tcut1 ngceit icaies of depbet for mon ey borrowed 1 0C D OD Toi a Ijo d1-Y iitJllrCOif OF 1011114 ss T A T WhiCt e oi ie a bove named bank do soI0101r swea that the above statement is true vo e best or my knowledge and ballef A t WIli C Subscribed andorn to beto o met s 28th day of Sept 1C33 J Fletcher PoUce 10130 JItCy ly Court Co ill Attest CourtneyJno 0 3 06 JFCox 1 Notice to Trespassers All persona are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bv the undersignedwho will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no ice U B HUTBON IT111J Wmchestei Bank INCOBPORATED N H WITHERSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of indi vid gals firms and corporations 84 i IB F BERRY s I Undertaker Keeps a Fun Supply of s Coffins Caskets Bu t- S rial lobes and Suitsae Also can furnish Home Made Cot fins to Order on Short Notice a 5 I a Ilhen Deslred I a WestBendiKy IIJPrI iPPIN i- I Watchmaker 11 and Jeweler t All Kinds of Watch and Clock i1 Repairing on Short Notice and t Reasonable Terms SATISFAC l TION GUARANTEED Line of y Jewelry pectaclesJI + Call and see me i t River Hotel BuWFng 1 i CLAY CITY IKE UCKVj + + oc ++t +++1- a s 0 R1Y Mp Farms for Sale Bluegrass farms for sale through out Central Kentucky Good busi ness to exchange for farm B F Adcock Piris Ky- Photographs Am now ready to make Photographs at my residence near Clay City Those wanting pictures will please come at onceI 1EXPERIENCE TRADe DESIGNS MAMa I COPYRIGHTS Ac Anroas tUIIa a sksteb lineS dHtlrllltion may our opinion w ether en ptobablrpatt ntable Co mmanlea- tlonaatrletSf 1rnOD ta entftwaOldest Patent taken throsh Jann to receln notk wltho0t Charge mUl Stfcirtiiic jntKricati A hllleSlOIIIl l1Ialtraled weeklo artist etr cuutlan of n dentioa umal Ttrmt 13 a Tsar four montttsL BoMblM tuwidelen l I MUD C01IIiBrotdwIy N wJQrki 8raDR Qloe r 1110 W1IIII1II110n u u I Who Will Be President This is a presidential year and every man must read to keep posted on politics The Courier=Journal HENRY VVATTEKSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news us it developa One Dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that paper and THE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR One DollarI- fyou will give or send your order to this paper not to tho Courier Journal o all who will pay JtpnIl 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 nsk for it The Agriculturist is one of the best form papers published ICheaper The lowest priced good gardencatalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb III Kansas City Mo i S ANNUAL LLAlLbR COi TII1 SEEDSBUOBSBS SEEDS SUCCEED I- SPECIALOFFER Has te MM taw BMtm i A trial will makeyoa aw permanent customer PrIze Ceilectloi utm r IIeIIQSEND 10 CENTS 10 coca pata4pwklnt u4 reM taU Tatittlenc lot torttt was MI iMlnHIr Btlflatk4 ad Plat BM i i lCjH CLAY CITY NATIONAL 4 y BANKtrr CLAY f J CITY KENTUCKY I IIiM H Courtney President A T Whiu Cashier Transaas any business coDS flcnt with Legitimate Ranking Accounts of Corporations Firm and Individual Solicited Interests Paid on TIinv Deposltrl r lii 3 rJJL t ti T r 4 tINSURE WITH+ i F A LYON SON i AgfoiitsJ + t A + I Over 200000000 j Representedf+ + Everyone whorknowsnnytbing about insurance kpow S they are o this lino i+ + 2 + SuI 1 rt Uof It + + + + + + + ++ + + + + J j- a r t a i i Kimbrell D W Duggin is building fI residence on the land he recent j ly bought of J W Elkiu near Sams Henry Burton of Blooming dale visited his brotherinlaw John V Harris last Monda1 nightRemember the speaking am entertainment at Kimorell Chapel next Saturday Come and bring your friends GOLDEN CLOCK for a few minutes of your time No onevvho has a home to live In can afford to miss this truly I GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY secure FREE of charge a Clock the Important thing In the home And ITo a Clock tool BEAUTIFUL GOLD GUARANTEED FOR TEN YEARS EVERY WORD OF THIS GREAT OFFER To get this beautiful Clock FREE Is the simplest thing in the world All you have to do Is write me a postal card and say you want to get it I will then send you by mall pre paid a carefully wrapped package of handsome portraits to of George Washington and iask you to show them to your neighbors Theseportralts are copies of of the first President of the United States and are different from pieture saw picturetorting room and because the very name George Wash- Ington strengthens the love of home and country in old and young alike everybody will want one of them and will be glad to pay for iton the liberal proposition I will authorize you to make You only have to collect Ii In way to make this Glorious Clock yours forever YOU TAKE NO Died at his hone near Sanis Sunday Oct 4th Major McIntosh leaving a wife and four children in destitute circumstances Rev Sherman Robbins of Putsey o candidate for the Re Sheriffypreached at Ohnpel Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday night West Bend LA i D Ii Berr went to I nton on iMrsingwithrhetmftf s c B F Berry ah w o speult Ile day jn Stanton Mo Rev M M Roundtreo was sent back oh the last years work Chester Everman who has beeifin Indiana returned home Saturday rfUncle Buck who has been sick for severallwdekat is some better Quite a number from this place attended church at ElBethel Monday night I t Mr and Mrs G W Berry were the guests of Mrs S B Ew ermnn Sunday + F M White will have a sale Saturday and will leave Monday following for Illinois Mrs Leora Berry and Miss Al lie visited Mrs James Welch in Montgomery county from Friday until Sunday JefF rsolvilla Corn cutting is the order of the day t Mr Oliver Perry left last week for Farmers j Mr Clayton Townsend is visiting in Lee county I Mr Oscar Arnold left for Penn sylvania on the 3rd inst Mr J T White purchased a pair of mules of Mr I J Chase Mrs Lizzie Booth of Bourbon county is visiting her fatrher Mr Bud Green Messrs Clay Ficklin and Ira j Bedford made a tlyin trip to An napolis last week Miss Mattie Prather has returned home from a five weeks visit j to relatives in Indiana I Mr John Hall ofthe West is I THIS GLORIOUS FREE I r TWO EXTRA GIFTS Go Trlth this Clock POSITIVELYGUARANTEED A IellTIme for This I Years TWO BEAUTIFUL EXTRA GIFTSIn addition to the Clock I have two other lovely presents which I will give you two more handsome ornaments which anyone who loves a pretty home will be delighted with Ono of these gifts I will send to you FREE AND PRE = otherr1 whichICHANCESIn writing to me because It the Clock does prove to be even better than I have de scribed it and if 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 forwhatyoufollows D R OSBOnNE Manager Nashville Tena Please seed me the porgy tralU of Geeorse Washington and complete ontflt for turning the Clorloa aT8ey r visiting his lnotherMrs 0 pon gloton for a m Mr PeteAjiof Pttrker Knn sits Kentucky- from TuesdttyltillSaturdny Misses May and Sarah Olem = ons of Virden visited Mrs Llu raWilburn SatUrdrty and Sun day Miss Corn Blankeqshjp of Mor gan countyl left Priday after a visit to MrssMepniip Ly kins i r Miss Clara of Mt Sterling sit lier isferMiss- Dessie at the home of Mrs Sa rah Chase Thursday night Mrs Leora J Berry linn MIss Allie of Argyle visited Mrs Jas I Welch and MTwra Halley from Friday till Sunday Miss Dessio Famper the teach er of Gum Grove school visited her parents Mr and Mrs J H Stamper of Mt Sterling from Friday till Monday The school =attendance at this place which ie being tauglit by Miss Ha nnie Burroughs is good The same can said of the Gum Grove school whiiell is being taught by Miss Dessie Stamper Cheerfulness Notice To whom it may concern I will no longer be responsible for any debts made or contracts let by my wife Lula Glove this Sept 25th l 08iEd Glover KyvWe Want The Orphans The Hlghlau Orphans Home at Clay City ig ready for the orphan girls in themouritains It is a large three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It id owned by the Society of Soul Winnersand supported by gqqd people every where Orphangiris between the ages of five and thirteen will be re ceived if eligible We hope to take the boyslater Before the are sent we yiojit to know the name age henlth phuracter otc etc OnlY those wip have neither father or mother prill be recieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward 0 Gu frant Wilmore Ky Also will thank all ministers and county officers to give informa tion as to any such children The Home will clothe edocate andcare for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward O Guerrant Wilmore Ky PROFE8SlONAlOARDS wr R AlnvINMDPH- VSIOIAN ANDJBURpEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN ANDSUROEON CLAY CITpKY StIEDSBuclb- eeK Full of IIreu Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds lane a r pulatloti of S yeas of successful seed growing l1 them It pays to Jmit the licit fSeasonable SpecUltlfj sf2ANSEarliest Jjso Bushel RelueeRxlm antI JiJj Bushel New Stringliss 370 Bushel Wirdwells Imp KldncyWax 1430 Bushel Davis New White Wax 475 Bushel Currles Rust Proof Wax o Bushel PEASExtra Itarl Alaska f 150 Bushel New Early Grailus Jj 50 Bushel Horsfonls Market Garden Jj50 Bushel Buckbeea Llghtuitig Exp rsat5 o Bushel Lettuce tUdlih Tomato and a full line of rrlcesSendror re ulremmts amt will tn prices MoneyWrite iUCKBEE1363lockbesSi n KILL THE OOUC J r AriD CURE altartLWNQS WITH Br Kings I New Ois overv i J FOR caUCH3 PRICK A 100- TrlalneGe Feet II I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTROUBLEn GUASANTRCD SArISrAOTOJJ2- OnhtONE r FUNDED J r r- r JtJjj ir a pwe y i J J Remarkable Story The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of Kokomo Ind as told below proves the curative properties of that wellknown female remedy Wino of Oardui Mrs Warwick says i TAKE I f J 8i It Will Help You I suffered from in my head shoulders limbs side stomach lowdown dizziness chills net vousness fainting spells and other female troublesrI was almost dead Three doctors did not help me At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle ob tamed relief Now I am cured But for Cardui I would have been dead Try OarduiaA-T ALL DRUG STORES SUr1NARY OF L E TIME TABLE EastBound WestBound No2 DallyP 22Ji3Q5 820a34 351 358 405 414 430 435 447 510G05 610 I No4I A M 735 N81352G 842 902 910 915 9t22 938 943 950 1017 1115 1120 Euclid Stations I Lexington Winchester L E Junction Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stanton Rosslyn FiUonCampion Junction Natural Bridge Torrent Beattyville Jet O K Junction Jackson No1I A M 955 912 900 845 825 815 809 803 748 745 730 707 a15 610 31Daily R M 605 t 520 507 453 435 426 420 414 357 355 341 320 225 220 The Following CONNECTIONS are Daily Except Scnday L E Junction Nos and 3 will connect the Q fe O way for Ml Sterling Ky Campion Junction NOB 2 3 and 4 will the tain Central Railway ht passengers to and C mpton Ky Beattyville Junction hire 2 will connect the L A Rail way for Beattyville Ky 0 fc K Junction NOil3 and 4 will connect die O K way for Cannel City Ky and way stations SIS Dip AND 7 DISINFECTANT THRIFTY LIVE STO- CKltQWUMI wtrti lH tuner ujhas rack nivi U Mot 0 PIt diecnc4t ccti Of triage with lha naibil n The eaIF ewer f piest 4e tdK this try bear i Dd didua pwedul setwiduod pe +e iecu IouIIr u a p Prr ia wti ks je g eosdiJs eoekshu c sot a silks wtiea a Iyr wuiwyoiomiiyafdeso yHfw- ea 1il 01t f do U cIoaWCIG ia aLdiwilJlbci rasedA AVe J THE MYCENO DISINFECTANT Co CLCVCLAND OHIO a No5Ir AM 1025 94G 934O20 002 1 854 848 842 828 t211 815 754 705 700 made 1 with Rail 1 connect with Moiin from with with Rail thlick liatw sJatliealth I I Rust and Decay are two of the worst enemies of Roof ing and those who contemplate building shouldhave the r protection that fit JM ASBESTOS ROOFING affords It is proof against both because it is construct ed of Asbestos and Asphaltboth minerals yet t i1tikind that cannot rust or decay Besides it possesses a quality peculiarly its own It requires no coating May we send you samples and prices A IS to f H W JohnsManville Coi i 1 V r fCleveland Os xit LETTERS FROM USERS OF THES J Syracuse EASYWasherjt Your a oom loth laooeu I learned more bont wuiaff oat of oar i little booklet than I eyet would have from all the women you could Und in a row I havesbeen paying 1X ft week for washing when I can do the aama latwo hours with the J M DYED lisatpton Va We have tried the EASY and and itJut s you represent aad the cW1Wuhef f I ever MW that does the washing clean without rubbing on the Us easy to work does the wsehtag thoroughly It eeria1D1hu no equal UOQBTT B Dl Box VAvellai Pa Make the for OHOtwelfth of the year at our XMMC Wash everythingwabhable iri the house Ifyou cannot make their EASY = earn i Its price dtmngth0 cleaning season return It at our expense a62j of our free on Washing Formulas give you valtiabliinformation on washing flannels DODGE i ZUILL 20 DJIIaye BIdgr Syracus N Yy7 1 lZ 0