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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 to II f-o Ir J i y t 9PHE CLAY4 CITY Ii TIMS 50 Cents p Year in Advance We are here to help Cluum the SurroonJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publishera you xiii CLATOITY OMIHURSIXAI OCTOBER J5 J90y NO 92 N VVwYVwvwww irVVM V1NN11 yWYVV- s r New Millinery I tII ATCOSTiI t After having received shipment ofnewest Style Ladies and Childrens Hats I have decided to close them out AtCost and less than cost in order to quit handling them i A Rare Opportunity to Save Money I r a- z r C SHIMFESSEL it OiJcv lKt z New Fall Goods Just received fresh horn the city One of the best selected stocks of Dress Gonds and rrNotions ever brought to this place and The Price is Right 4 t f I You should call and investigate this superb lIneof anything and everything to please m the particular buyers No troube to show youWhtitMve have and will then leave the nmtter of buying to your own good taste ancT sbund judgment j BEAT N I Fail Announcement H F Uillerirrt yeT nnd Spas the pioneer luirseryTnefv of cent traL Kentucky have their fallaiU npangehifint an thin issue There 810 excuse to have a ppor pr ohardor buying inferior stock from unreliable agents and nur seryinonIf yonvJiav enU grow ingin yourorchitrdnr garden the fruitiypu shouldhavej write tiilienmeyer today for hi frill cataltl aetaadoleota n over todays j hh t Dont fail to hear lion B A Grutcher in this city Saturday night attf80 He has nothing but sound doctrine to teach and this everybody should heat Stray Jaif Male calf found on my place Aug 2CIl1f bas slight signs of JefSey with white spots In forehead and between front legs about three mPntbs old Owner canhave same t payingohargee V SpoutSprIngKy I x 1 a Prign Speaks Colemaree of Wit more ilbition nominee Tar PresldQielector from the State at Ipoke in this city Monday qfg toa well filled house Ui elivered a oiid speech ancwo think it should have been t d by every man nild woman ttinnd girl in Olay Oity Helfoh bo truth and that iswhat f want to hear While hi8 4iteas fine on the whole ColDiiarees party can never accont ip1Ir anything with in itself but if the good people Of his par ware scattered in the s they could work wonders IjUrifyiflg them Many wouTd b fad to lock arms with theni if tey were where their vote would count A Primary The MI tUommitteo of Morgan co111 nrefJlld called aI primary electaj December 14 to nominate casBidates for county offices Tlkcontmittee requires the d ctQJes before they regi t l o an oath that they willwet4ise money whisky or e to secure their nnini Ihio nits to rebureo III= fkrw their friends the election I ii 7iegpires the successful can sto take an oath that they tone so Oralntol1 Mlnu I From startgrain in the field to well baked biscuit in twentytwo minutes was the rec ord made in converting the raw material into the manufactured product at Waitsburg Wash a few days a oThis is said toI beat the previous record held by a Minneapolis mill by twenty nine minutes The Minneapolis record was made several years ago and might be improved on at this time bul until the Min nesota farmers begin using combined harvesters and other upto date machinery such ns has made the Pacific northwest t famous the record will reniiLrron this side of the Rocky mountains Back from Dakota Henry Waidron has returned from South Dakota where lie at tended the groat government land opening and cast lots Hor says it is a fine cOrntry and that he has one out of twenty chances at a fine farms there He says he enjoyed thief trip fine but is yet still satisfied with old Ken tuckv v 1 The dedication ot the new col loge at Stanton will take place today Among the prominent speakers will be Chief Justice JEd 0 0Reatipf the Court of Appeals All teachers of the County desiring to attend are allowed the day in the school B A Crutcl er Common wealths AttorE fwPladdress the voters of Powell county at Stanton SatutaayOct 17th at pneoclock and atClay City at 750 in the evening Come out to liear Mr Crutcher who is Ii- fluent spealscr Dr SPilsutinonedentist will toIpractfce I Jt 0 ifI0 11- rl It t Prize Essay Being in sore need of an ex cuse to ask the suffrage of a Republican developed trust ridden people the Republican Congress ional Committee offered a reward of 150 00 for the best reason why the Republican party should be successful in November They advertised the offer in the papers all over thecoun try and many competed but of course it was awarded to a New Yorker His name is Frank Hen drick We urefortunate enough to secure a copy of this reason which in fact is no reason But if this is one true reason why the Republican should win any body without a reward can tell ten thousand reasons why Bryan should be eledted Public Hall Every day we see the need of a city hall We have no suitable place to hold public speakings as well as no place to hold police court and council meetings The school house is being used for this purpose It should be used for shool purposes only but the use for other purposes seems in evitable Seeing the imperative need of a public building it is hoped some steps will soon be taken to have a public hall erect ed atonce rO It fnwna heroseverll days this week combining busi= ness with pleasure t If you need any kind of first class dental work see Dr Ham mons in Clay City for two weeks only Surrey and Two Buggies For Sale All these in excellent condition with rubber tires Also have several sets of good Harness at one half the shop price- ChilesThompson Grocery Co Mt Sterling Ky Resolutions of Sympathy Red River Lodge Number 70 K of P Whereas it has pleased Al mighty God in his infinite wis dom to call from among us Mrs Mary Stuart mother of Brothers Charles and Butler Stuart who died Sept 22 1008 bo it Resolved That the members of Red River Lodge Number 70 and Pilot Lodge Number 78 Ford Ky represented by T N Rich hereby extend to our bereaved Brothers and their families our sympathyResolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread on our rec ords a copy sent to the family and a copy published in the Clay City Times H II Hoskins T bL Mountz Committee- T N Rich- Resolutions J of Sympathy Red River Lodge Number 70 K of P Whereas God has called unto Him Alma little daughter of Brother S A Rogers who died Oct 7th 1008 be it Resolved That we the members of Red River Lodge Number 70 here assembled and Brother T N Rich for himself and on be half of his Lodge Pilot Lodge No 78 Ford Ky hereby extend to Brother Rogers and his family our deepest sympathy Resolved That a copy of these our vr ordscopyseirttootthefamily and a copy published in the Olay City Times II II Hoskin T M Mountz Committee T N Rich 0 Any timing 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 50 Lexing ton Ky j Mrs W N Bushs 1 MILLIERYDISPLAY I I Now Ready For Inspection i Call and See I CLAY CITY KY I I r i r THE TIMES PUBLISHED XVXKT THURSDAY J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in dance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Oct 15 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal MOO u Cincinnati Enquirer 110 t1 Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk Wo are authorized to announce GRAB EwEs candidate for County 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 Schools We arc 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 Join 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 subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jas P Martin candidate for Jailor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democrato party We are authorized to announce Char lie Clark candidate for Jailor of pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party tor ueuo- rl Nitrate authorized to announce S A Easter us candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We authorized to announce W G Frazier as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of tile Democratic party A Uttle More Logic The panic of 1803 was produc ed by extravagant Republican legislation before Cleveland came into office and had not Demo cratic rule come to rescue by cheapening the necessaries of life under low traiff the panic would have lasted much longer and would have been a deal more severe andmany poor people on account of the high prices of food and clothing under Repub lican party government Olay City Times We agree wiih the esteemed Times that the success of the Democratic party lowers prices and further that it always will It lowers the cost of living but in a greater proportion it lowers thrchancG of makinga living But do we want either one or the other Is it not better for all of unto get good prices for our work and be able to pay good prices to the farmers for what we eat Do the farmers want what the Times suggests low prices for what they sell If they do they will vote for Mr Bryan In ibis we make no at S tempt to controvert what the i Times says But if they want 1good prices for what they have to sell they will vote fOrMr TnftWinchester Sun Sentinel We are indeed glad to see ourF neighbor the Sun Sontinel coma ing right tend partially agreeing toklower for the working man to mike a living than under this Republican prosperityand e R to u when was labor cheaper and what the laborer has to buy to eat and wear higher and who is it that deserves protection more than the laboring man who is alwfcys the poor man and who is it that isnt protected more than the laboring man What has JohnLangley done for this district Some think he has got a government building for both Mt Sterling and Win chester We will ask our Re publican friends to tell us where these buildings are in these cit ies The truth of the business is appropriations for these buildings have beeiimade but where is the money to build them The last session of Uongresstnade ap propriations to the amount of o ver one billion dollars while the revenue from all sources was two hundred million less At this rate of running the government into debt these buildings cannot be built for a half century yet When the Democrats get in they will confine the appropriations within the limit of the revenue Over 104000 ligs been spent by the State from January 1 to September 1 for soldiers which have been used in putting down the night riders These figures have been complied by those who had access to the books and could learn the exact amount Gov Willson has used the sol diers freely and has had several companies in the field for many months This is a few thousand dollars more than Beckham spent on soldiers in the seven years he was in office Willsons excuse has all along been to suppress night riding the real mo tive however apparently being to protect the tobacco trusts and to intimidate the rural popula tion In the proper place willie found the formal announcement of W G Frazier for assessor of Powell county subject of course to the action of the Democratic party Mr Frazier is well known to all the voters of the county having served two terms as OOUl ty Court Olerk He is well pual ified to fill any office in the coun ty he is a true and tried Democrat and is a most pleasant gentleman Be will gladly receive your support but if he should be unsuccessful he will gladly sup port the regular nominee Ask John Langley to vote for a farmers subsidy bill He will tell you such a bill would be un constitutional Ho voted for the ship subsidy bill which means more graft for the rich if this government is able to help any one why not help the poor dur ing a Republican panic rather than donate millions to owners of American ships who are not content to carry passengers and freight across the big ocean as cheaply as foreign ships do Republican orators are refer ring to a little flurry that hap pened last fall when a panic was averted If these smart men cnn convince the laboring man who is without work and sees starvation staring him in the face while we are making billionaires of some men in the cities that there is no panic they will do a good job for the royalists If the Republicans would aj waylfnominate n good man for office like Jugde Efd 0 ORear tliey would find less opposition than they do The Democrats will have tin candidate to oppose Judge ORear forJudgoof Court t of Appeals becausepliey can find no better President Roosevelt says he will not answer Bryans last letter Ho is excusable for two reasons In the 1i wt place he Shasntanswer Bry anon this or any ffiercontrover lsyin the aecontfJfolace every time the big chief f estoanswer Relpublicanmore votes The farmers of Tenth Con gressignal district ver before had an dpportuiiit o vote for one of their ownMiirmber as they have now in thq son of Judge Amos Davis Every former in the district shouloVfepte this full to send hIm Cant s The panic hasenUy struck oneindividualin yOityjudg ing from the effonolny he has in augurafed in dispjiiching his lo cal mail i MI Ohio Tafts ornstate where the candidateisljifst known is now concede tiLau I1eTViT Tbis We offer OrieHundred Dollars Reward for anycsso of Catarrh that cannot be cnlreci by Halls Ca tarrh Cure Fj CHENEY CO Toledo Oif We the undersigned have known F J Cheney fdrthe last 15 years and believe btuperfectly honorable in all bueihisEftransactions and financially le to carry out any obligatonsniadeby his firm Walding lillnilnl Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is token in ternally acting directly upon the blood and nueou8 surfaces of the system Testria0 ialssent free Price 754ftHgMftl e Sold by Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation w Dr Hammons willmake you a new set of teeth forXajsmall sum All kinds of crown undbridge work and fillings At Clay City two weeks only FRUIT ORNAHENTAL TREESv C ry bri Everythingffor i i Orchard Lawn andQarden FREE CataloguenWo have no Agente i H FHil sf meyer Sons LEXINGTON XY poresthej that ordinary soap will not dissolve I SKIDOO takes offallthe dirt It is t soapfcontaininganingredient I or cleaners It imparts a delightful sensation tq the Ik arid Is exception I ally good for thq bath TO THE HOUSEWIFE S 8KIDOOItime it does not harm th11 skin likeI ordinary scouring soaps I U SKIDOO will do mere than day i other kind of soap offered Onecanwillconvlneeyeu A great big can for tOe Get it from yw t groeer or dragicUt Write aa4 wwW s gorselrtdehiltiwrlsowrco 0II1II W Jf isr ix Ii tS y 1 ft J ri6iJ TO MRS 0 JWWiIIiarns ir i FORt r Cloaks Hats Shoes- aild Dress Goods t c f tx J t P 4 r oi1L d iSf tr C r 10 t f t The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rollstom a And Flakiest Biscuit r Are aindoWhouTTou UHO Pearl and Bakers Pride Fife Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchant c The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds Ii posiLiveguararitee ever fails It is the only remedythat cures in one dose and with c voming Always have a bdttleon hand It may save yoUr childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle f fOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS TIE ILESSNEI HEMCIiE OMPAHY Srit PiiprsFUidIayi CMeh tOMGDISfANaTELIPIIONES Private Lines and Excluglttes TAUCWmi VOUft owu sPbatew WIN No p- icincor 1hI WniTdyI rw ikencIoftaa cCaWriIT MairlabAllAaOlfrTitETFJEPIWNL inat 1 I l I bmluGrttrcud Ii8fIfl 1Jiy5lCIlAt rr ionON till 1Icdnaert a Ia W diwtM rbMpt WpTr ref teUtd Mo nn tmitf wr WKXU MM math 54w toil DUnu TcbtilioiMt whsawGre4DtdfiawatYyihattndubpttA triu7 IUUf EDTIINAY tVdu7sd ftNtMIMTMTELlPHeHC IUJKWACT1fII ee1MWY no Spt7S tcc j r I x- ck I +j Vi + j TflE tIMES hp AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAYOct 15 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES f lOlKUlieMnpel is confined to his roliniwttJt tnhsi1 his A G Powell has moved from I KiJsslyntoOuldesac Idaho Miss Geneva Adanis is visiting relatiVesht Wjiicliester A good rain fell Friday which has partially relieved tile sore drouth ji OP McIntosh of Richmond isVisifirig relafTveBintlfo city i nd county Miss Belle York of LeRose is tilE guest of Miss Liila Mae Bow man near the city G W Everman of RightAn ale was transacting business in the city Saturday D R Daniel is attending the Grand Lodge of I 00 F at Bowling Green this week W E Heflin and M B Eu linnkof Ruckerville wereintlfe city yesterday on business driver is lower than it has been for several years and possi Fly as low as it has been in a half century Mrs Fannie Benton of Irvine and Miss Sudio Watts of New tonKpnsas are visiting relatives in the county Several from this place have gone today to Winchester or Mt terngto hear Judge Taftmake a thirty minute speech Green Flinchum formerly of this city had Ttishouse and all contents destroyed by fire at Fur nace lastWednesday night Mr nnd Mrs ThosOrouchof White Oak Estill county visit tid Mr and Mrs A 0 Barnes near the city the last of the week Mrs I M Sanders and Misses Oriira Ardery Kate Emmett Kate Stuart all of Greensburg Ind are visiting Mrs B R Smith Alma the little fifteenmonths old ughturoLllr and Mrs S u A Rogers died Wednesday Oct 7th with croup Burial atPow ellsValleyFridayA Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since we began using r o MAW HllIiP21 liif9j three jjjyenrsrigo says Td A Bartlnt of iRdra Rpute JQuilford Maine ihey pl aneeniid tone the system Ain a gentle wu that does7ou good aTullrnggistsIV r I The city ollicinls of Harrods Titrg have fallen out over some cpntractwork for the city water 1vorlu plant whifch has resulted hrirntwo or three fiitstandnpossi lfly four or more councilmon ill nlicted for graft f rv Bullets Flew David Parker dfFaYette N Y 4 veteran of the civil war s ho lost Ofo lit qt Gait Bbiigr rays The lEelctric Uittera haveidone ia Worth niore than five hundrod jlpl- larstp me I spent much money doctoring for a bad cnsoi of atom Acli troiibleto little purpose r then tried Electricr Bitters and f theypurellme l6vvtnke them r aa aUonlb and they peep mekstrong tnhdwell 50q afall dfuggists 1fi 5stt i1jIi 1 c J ri V W L rat f Judge J Smith HIi fiD nlO erotic Assistant Elector from the State iit largo spoke yesterday afternoon in this city to nwell filled house He delivered a fine speech which well received yould Mortgage the Farm A farmer on Rural Route 21 Em pire Ga W A Floyd by name Cfiye Bueklcna Arnica Salvo cured the two worst sores lever saw one on my handand one on my leg It is worth more than its weight In gold 1 would not he without it if I had to mortgage the falm to get it Only 25c at nil drugstores Olay Gity and Hard wicks Greek crossed bats in this city Sunday resulting in a close game which required ten innings to decide the contest resulting In a victory for the homo team by a score of eight to seven Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Groom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Ho tel Vaughn Miss says For soy oral months I suffered with a see vere cough and consumption spem cd to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a com plete cure The fame of this lifesaving coughand cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold by nil druggists 60c and 100 Trial bottle free The Hnrdvvicks creeknine went to Stanton Oct 4th and laid the crack team of that city low down in defeat Dr Mcln tire was umpire and R L Shim fessel manager of the team which has gained quite a reputation Manager Shimfessel says what they did Oct 4 will be repeated at any future time the capital city team may want another game with them Easy to Mix This What will appear very interesting to many people here is the article taken from n New York daily paper givjng a simple prescription which is said to be a positive reme dy for backache or kidney or bladder derangement if taken before the stage of Brightss disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilln three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime- A wellknown druggist here at home When asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingre dients are all harmless and can be obtainedat a small cost from any tholmixture while this prescription is often prop scribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid jrpuitB he could see no reason why it would not boa splen did remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache as it basil peculiar action upon the kidney 1mIportnntorgnneandhelping o ai foulacids and waste matter which iJalBe Sickness and BUffering Those of our renders who suffer can make Ino mistake in giving it a trial 0 Those snitnogifts from chance have conquered fate The AntiSpitting Crusade Evel bogy should lioip stop the pub lic spitting habit by sending n two cunt slump today for our attractive unique hanging card which warns n spitting nuisances People will take notice of this caadrand once seen never forgotten Address DOMINO I CARDS Co 1807 Choutcau St Louis llo 7 i x 0 1 1 Tliei jprpUuctivenessof tho II- nitedStates along ngricultura lil1e8J itkeeping pace with the grothof our population Meats are dear because meat beaririglaninials are lulling be hind thoMiopulntion in relative uumbc 8 Labor scarce on the farm and jabor is dear on the farm because tote factory the forest the tfiino and the railroad are taking away the farmers worker Uugh wages fixed nt rites while ho farmer ctin not afford to pi Tho population of the United States is r ing both by reason of the nat al increase of the families domiciled in America and by accretions through immi gration from abroad But the i not reach to the farm Tliejfirmers who do come to us front reign countries do not find tlTcisway to the farms of this country j and the immigration laws eat American far mers frothingto foreign coun tries and Delecting there the prospective immigrants whose services couldaid them At no periijd of our history has the Atnericwh farmer needed help so much as he needs it this year There are said to be hundreds of thousands of idle men in the United States All of them coulcfjjsecure employment on the farms employment af fording l shelter and living wages I Woare willing to be knaves in order to acquire wealth and fools in order ti1titmay not bore us Notlce to Trespassers All persons are hereby notified that all buntingand trespassing is forbidden by the undersignedwho will prosecute to the extent of the law all person violating this no tico 5 HUTSON I THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIEHSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ Plata firms and corporations 81 T i i B F BERRY Undertaker s II f a Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suitsr Also can furnish Home glade Cof fins to Order on Short Notice When Desired r West Bend Ky o JePdAPPIN t 1 WatchmakerJ f 11 y and Jeweler i Kinds dfgWatch and Clock 1All OH Short Notice and J Terms SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Line of f Jewelry Spectaclesrr Call and ee melntheRed River Hotel BaHdiHR CLAY CITYKIiNTUCKY t ++ + r tII 1 1 i 3 I Farms for Sale Bluegrass farms for sale throughout Central Kentucky Good busi ness to exchange for farm B F Adcock Paris Ky Photographs Am now ready to make Photo graphs at my residence near Clay City Those wanting pictures will please comaut once JOHN W HENRY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE IDESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Anyone sending a sketch and descr1Bannn ay I uctruln our an ommantc- ntloneetrietlyconedentlalIIANDB04Konitents j Iatena taken recelrertteoepee W ttotke without cbaree Scieniif JfrnericanAkan- diomelrlllniilrated weellr iJinrost elr eolation of an iclentldo Journal Terms 13 a YIr foormontll1 nedealerll I MUNN c Co38f Broadway New York I branch Omce m F Bt Wubllliton II CoI Who Will Be President This is a presidential year nnd every man must read to keep posted 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 Weekly CourierJournal- But I you tern get that paper and THE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Dlara1If courierjJ To all who will pay upall ar + rearages nnd one year in nflvawe we will send the Southern Agricul turist free for one year If 011 want it dont forget to ask for itrThe Agriculturist IB one of the hot fiirin papers pnhlishedFnn I Union Lock Poultry Fenceclot mnh Tbmbtrnleobl1ngonlbnirktl for poultry yard orchard and girding od l UnaItm ION FtMCS CO DtXiIt Dl Kinm City Ho SWANNDAY LUMBER CO L ru r BiJ rLeSw BLXKBEES BLLBS SUCCELDI Er- s SPECIAL OFFER Made to build row UnolnrM A Wrmanentchttourer I money retunaoa Souvenir Collettlon wcbathlblre4n IL uu Cu i xnu fo nrhb rbi n M U Fpdif tM kh lilt Ipuliti Jri cdUi P aunt CMcaCfeloBodoi itimoM Celli ext r i1dllq It TIIp Pnl TIp Puleryed- r li Tdlp 0100 rnel a ftkl Z tab lllfte Uu ftrlj u4 Uu Tmllp x n OUAHASTEED TO PIEA R Write today Mention this Paper BEN 28 CENTSt e pooI4 pAtd rah tnIntl x11x lo HIb rntpI4 r rU1 t11 hxrII- rUfJexd d lnl9 ab tb et- uIW hw4I1uaIII Cooratl of etl anexf 1 11x1 111111pr 1 nx rbrp11IIh GIhnl- IBbllInxd TIfp Knit Tk rmMt C atl min- dthq nIo tW 1W hmlb A H W Buckbee TIlE IltocaroBD p CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY TCENXUCKY I Cnpttnl sO000fEte I ISnrplitH nml Undivided Profits OOOOoo 1M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier m Trania any butinett consftenl with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor ations Firms and Individual Solicited Iiitorowt Paid on Time DopositM- H3tlH i I m ST ILI j 1 ++ 1 + + J + Jo+ r4P3 MwF4 Mw3ht2d + hf3e 1dv+ tINSURE WITH+ + i F A LYON e SON tM Agontse f tf Over 200000000 t- I Represented I 5 Everyone who knows anything about insurance know iJl they are leaders in this line + + ++++++3pgigvt +++++ t+++++++++ + +++ +++ I +44 m uu I KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryITIIROATANDLUNGTROULESGUARANTEEDSATI8FAOTOR I I OR MONEY 111N EDi dCcnconl1 h i3 IJ p outld 7 rc Ii UUA 1 Ubolh Crrpe Jefor Jcarsfr vh Gia a juke sin j frr pro F I1 U esch year 1m f WI hy the wltor c 9 ytnrs t1r ji 01 1 is we i n Idh I tl i r I rjt JKTltr as b rtftl e v i otit JC trkcn Cora lj r co ri tt i e rt ar s tnc rise la t ores pent tj1r rioeordiLit y Iklc s 1c1 y soul the Nat I 1 ne Food InvigoralIr j THE NAB3TH v utOb i fi Crceton I rkI THE CHILDREMSS GUSRDIA9 THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group asd Pneumonia SALVEEXTERN AL + Endorsed by Registered Nurses antI Physicians Throe Sizes 25c 50c and SfOD FAMILY SAFEGUARD Combined stimulantcoveringand per furnishingAntiseptic I gang with breath Results tonishing Relieves Croup in twentyI minutes abortea Pneumonia in six yours Also for Asthma IlronrhltUf id WhooInij Cough Head Colds c Worth i a weight In gold iriminsl to Its uItficui Iff E returnedIf t VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES C9 4 I RHH4rn r Vfer Cl PI ro fIa few minutes of your time No one who has to live In can afford to miss this truly To pot this beautiful Clock FREE Is tho simplest thlry In the world you havo to do Is write me a postal card and say y u want to get it I will then send you by mall prepaid a a carefully wrapped package of handsome portraits y of George Washington and show them to your-nelghbnre Those portraits are of tbo best known pnlntin or t e first President of tho United Staff and aro different from saw tins room and becauso tho very name CJeorsu Avaah Ington strengthens tho love of homo and country in old and young nllko everybody will want one of tluIII and will bo glad to pay for it on tho liberal proposition I will authorize you to make You only havo to collect S5 in this way to make this Glorlouo Clock yours forever II copies MORE LOCALS Win Walling of Winchester wits hero the first of the week Miss Maud Fletcher succeeds Mrs A Allen at the telephon exchange Many of our advertisers have change of copy this week Nod tico each change 1 W Barnett of near Win chester was here the last of the week on business- T J Kirk left yesterday for an extended visit to relatives in Missouri and Oklahoma Dont forget the entertainment at the Christian church next Tuesday night Off 20 for the benefit of Highland Orphanage Tho entert lininent will be good and tho motive worthy Come everybody Kimbrell- Mrs Qlaude King and children of Clark county are Visiting E lijah King at Stuns this week Mr and Mrs John V Harris visited Mr Harriss sister Mrs Irvine Burton at College Hill last Sunday Mr and Mrs Andrew Walters visited Mr and Mrs Gus Emb There will be services by the Pastor Rev H N Bushat lucksons Chapel next Sunday morning mid Sunday night Sun tiny school at 10 oclock The temperance rally last Sat unlay was a success nit hough time morning was quite rainy a part of thcprograinme had to be o iiI tttcJ Uol Demaree andKev Peel were given Ooc1lattention und everybody eeemeJ to enjoy the occasion How Times Have Changed hurl colds soaked their feet t they have grip take quinine and fwlsicknil over Then they burl sale throiit writ ppetl u piece uf far pod in iin old sock tied it f Ili Ps t lIi JHll1 V iii I TIfiS GLORIOUS GOLDEN CLOCK FREE Ifor ITYI pictureplcturofor visitedSViii changedlVhetl POSITIVELY GUARANTEEDNot I TWO EXTRA SIFTS Go wrath thin Clock I and to Keep I Time for Ten t Years TWO BEAUTIFUL EXTRA GIFTS glvoRPREPAIDone I will give to you fret for bcirj prompt In following my Inatructlons I 4will tell you nil about second cntra gift when I send the first one which uprbecause If the Clock doeslbotter than I have BcrlDea H unu n n aoes not aC1llt yoU In every way you may eun j u backIInd I will pay You handsomely in cash for your troub o Also you get sick whatyoUfollows 4D II OSDOHNIJ lIuuiiBcr Ntmbvlllc reaD Please send ma the porrf trait of Gccorfie Va Iiiiizton Rod complete outfit for earning the OIorlo9 yfoneI S they havfsurgicalV1 thohousoache and took basjor oil and re covered i nowMioy have appjui dicitis n weekitiie hospital and six feet fluejedst and west and six feet perpendicular They worked then they bor now In those days they worjt underclothes now they wear Uifgenie They then went to a re urantn lw they go to n cnrci Then they broke n leg nov ey fracture n limb People won then they have n briistorm now Politicians thenl id good hard cash for support TIOW they send government parpen seed Notice To whom it iuawncern I will no longer be reap Bible for any debts made or cent ets let by my wife Lutn Iovet i8Sept 2Qtb 1908 Glover 3hClay City Ky We Want T He Orphans Tho HighlundJOrphnns Ilotnu at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in themouituiAtt It is a tnrle- three story briJltj11ge beautifully situated at JlayjCity It is owned by the Society ofSoul Winners and eiipported hr good people every where Orphun gjrls between the ages of five andihirteer will be received if eligible11e hope to take the boys Jitter Before they are sent we want to know the name uge hetiitbcharacter etc etc Only those who have neither father or mother till be rcoieved at present We request all those who have any suchchildren to write to Dr Edward 0 Gutrrant Wilmorc Ivy AUo will thank nil lllilllttters aNdcountyofficers to give inforinn us to nay such children Tin Home will clothe fducnte ndCHre- for these jhildrenLfQrJHB rmke who IOJJOH them not ft better himo in Kenttidc T Write tot once to Dr EdwarK QOuerrnnt J Wilmnre Ky Ll- nOFRSSIOl A1 9upI nnwwawluwwoxrnwriwnxuwwwwR PHYSICIAN AND SUn0EON OLA i B RSMITH M O- PMY8IOIAH AND 8URCEJN CLAY CITYSKY The Great Biarrhoea and Dysentery Remedy dysenterr ment of typhoid fever prevents Same wonder results obtained in all parts of the world II WORKS LIKE MAGIC Price 25 centsi trot lustasgoodlcare to get it tor send direct to THE ONTARIOCHEMfL COMPANY Oswego N Y U S q Spsn E ii GrownJ01111Lto uLle Sdilti a 7 i3yyEarliest350 Jlllshel s7rImxlel11eriluells HushciCurriesASExtra Ruly A44- Ea nnh1 v tsdaashclilu6mlxlhytttGrcn Ccttuce lUdih Tom to sndta lull line o plktLIrruwnm rand tynInras MoecyrhetudyN iretT nf trr10 I iI f- lI L CrampsThousands of ladies suffer agonies every month If you do stop and think Is it natural Emphati cally and positively NO I Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering r i TAKE 1 It Will Help You IfI suffered 9 years writes Mrs Sarah J Hos kins of Gary Ky Ihad female trouble and would nearly cramp to death My back and side would nearly me with pain I tried everything to get relief but failed and at last began to take Cardui giveCarduiAT ALL DRUG STORES slJ4rl1 RY OF L ETIplE TflBLE EastBound WestBound No2Dally P M 225 305 320 331 3 n 358 105 411 410 435 47 fl1QG No 1 I Daily AM 135 813 82G 8 42- Uo 0109I5 OH 11381Ia iM 1017 1115 U20 Euclid I titloISt f Lexington Vincbester L tC E Junction Indian Field CLAY crrrS- tntrtou Roprtlyn I FilstinOuinpliin Tnnctinn Natural Bridget Torrent Beatjyville Tcto 0 1K Junction Jackson NO1 Dully Ex Sun AM 955 912 9004u 32 A00 8n 7 a8 730i 707 r15 Q 10 1N3I r mil 605 521 507 453 435 126a 414 373 55- p341 3 21 225 220 1025 U4JiIJl 020 002 54 x48 S12 82Stt 7rM 77OD The Following CONNECTIONS lire matte Daily Except tiundajyT L t E Junction Nm 1 and JJ will connect with the 1fir Rail wiiv for Ml Starling Ivy Cam ptoii Junction Non 2 3 and 4 will connect wjthstlio MourT Central UtillwujMfar passengers to fran CainptotKv Beattyville Junction Nits Jwill connect with the Ltt A Pull WBV ter Bittwille Ivy 0 dt iv Jurioitiui MIS iina 4 will ciDiieci wan time O i U hail way for HnriNl City Ky fimlWfiy stations u u rDIP 818 AVo AND DiSINFEeTANT THRIFTY LIVE STOCKll- iRtmprilaMyluNfwybI ganefeJtl b nliowto pro tats amop wa pvk osmuio wia tn orua lJsldnaodihn1iymalidmHsenotroltaduaooaxtsi4duntedsodweosepcdid h aemtluhwill iiO 3 U wLrueJr Jsa r stlauttnuaaokdtramt4s i THE tlVCtHO Dl 1Nr TMT cILCVrLa vn nno ISA M so Sl+ JX 1 tain and PO Itnvt lend Decay are two of the worst enemies ofRoof- ing and those who contemplate building should have the t protection that a JM ASBESTOS ROOFING affords It is proof against both because it is construct ed of Asbestos and Asphalt both minerals yet the kind that cannot rust or decays Besides it possessesa aIquality peculiarly its own It requires no coating iMay we send you samples and prices h H W JohnsManyille Co Y Cleveland O we ra Ir LETTERS FROM USERS OF THE a Syracuse EASY WisherJ Your machine a o success Ilearned more about washing out or your I little booklet than I ever would have from alt the ou could stand in a tow I hsve been paytng lUll a week for washing when I can do tbttBalDelu two hours with the EASY JJrI IIYBD lampton Va We have tried the EAflY and and Itiustas you represent It and ibtraly washer I I ever saw that does the waJlhlng clean on the 114 easy to work end does the wahing thoroughly U certainly has no y ILE L1001fflnDllot JPaMake the wllshhigeasy for onetwelfth ft the ylarat our expense- Watth everythingwashable In the house Ifyoucannot malcq 4 EASY earn its price during tho hoyso season return It at our expense Pages a6zq of our free bookon Washing Formulas give you valuable information on washing1 flannels DODGE A QUILL 26xDIJInyo Bldg SyraouseH Y 1 w