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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r M ++pwMba aq w+ L a T ri CLAYiCITY TIMESh 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help CliyCity tie Surrounding Country and Ourselves f E Burgher Publisher VOL XIII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 1JOS NO 46 u = I 1 i JUST RECEIVED s New Line of Ladies 5 t Cloaks and Wrapsr A r IT Newest Styles and Lowest Prices CALL AND SEE THEM I I z C SHIMFESSEL i t 1 J t ft P JfI1 New Fall Goods Just received fresh from the city One of the bust selected stocks of Drees Goods and Notions ever brought to this place and The Price is Right 1 r r l You shouldcall and investigate this superb t lineiof anything and everything to please C the particular buyers No troube to show you what we h vtand will then leave the matter of buying to your own good taste and sound judgment J B EATON i This is the ago of women We l find all the avocations profes sions and trades of life opening their doors to admit tlie enter prising women Some ore going Tnto their own and some are go ing into other peoples business IiTOur admiration for the new woman there is danger of forget ting the wife and mother and womans true sphere as u home maker J iF Olark is located in busr ness at Mt Sterling e r i i rrM Lost from rig of J B Eatons some where between Pilot Knob and Clay City Oct 13 a laprobe Owner return to DJ Smith atr Clay City and receive reward See Dr 0 B Dickson for all kinds of dental work at Clay City the last Ion days ofNovember For Sale or Rent House of three rooms in Wale itorsville and four auras of laud adjoiningMrs MJjvDeyary 01 flight Angle Ky n u r J COUNCIL MEETING The Clay ity Council met in regular session Friday nightwith Mayor Warr south and Council men NounTracy Edge and N The regutor routine of business was gone over Besides the teachers and offi cers salaried Frank Newell was allowed lOO for work on fill across the ci itoiF The Treas irers report showed 220000 in the somethingIvcr county warrant report showed 80 00collnedon tax The Mars al was instructed to have the o i plankwalk along the railronigrade replaced with a good I walkand to have property others clean up some alleys and walks Pe Trust Formed Senatoro1 ct W O Bradley Congressmen John W Langley J B Bennett D 0 Edwards and Fisher Postmaster at Padu- cah have formed a combination to control federal patronage in Kentucky Senator Bradley will be Chairman of the monopoly and of course the most influential but all hava agreed tas1and to gather and applicants without their fudqrae jiehfrwill stand no rw At tfiOe l t rrh 3 the first trust organized since the election of Taft Entertainment Miss Georgiana Moore professor of Music and Miss Anna Kennedy professor of Elocution and Oratory will give an enter tainment and recital in the Pres byterian Church on Nov 20 at 780 oclock These ladies are the accomplished teachers in Stanton College and come with the highest recommendations They will remain over Saturday to talk with any who wish to take either music or elocution Now is sour time Everybody come Admission ICcts Announces for Assessor In this issue appears the an nouncement of Mr G A Orab tree of Genet for Assesor of Powell county Mr Orabtree is a worthy gentleman and a true Democrat who id deserving of party honor When the primary comes around give Mr Crabtree careful consideration as you do the other candidates in the field Regardless of whether he is nom inated or not Mr Orabtree will support the nominee as he luis been doing for these many years past Bares College Loses The Supreme Court of the United States handed down Mon day a decision upholding the Kentucky statute requiring the separation of the races at schools The decision was in the suit by Berea College in which the school sought to retain the negro students together with the whites The Kings Daughters yesterday sent a sewing machine and other things to the Orphans Home recently establrshedatClay City Winchester Democrat Nyt rI 4 Xrr Dont Spit on the Sidewalks The following from the Sun Sentinel is as applicable to Clay City as it is to Winchester The filthy habit of spitting on sidewalks has become a great nuisance in our little city since wo put in concrete sidewalks This ugly habit probably is not indulged in any more now than it used to be but a large gob of tobacco juice on the nice clean sidewalks shows up plainer and is a filthy sight Not only this but it is a great annoyance to the ladies whose dresses necces sarily sweep it up This habit is a great disease spreader when dust from the sidewalks is taken into the lungs Let everybody cut out this spitting on the sidewalks and you will surely get a vote of thanks from the ladies The prevailing price for tur keys seems to be but 10 cents this year The crop is not very large but will bring in a nice little sum of money to the far mers wives Mr and Mrs Marion Williams are the proud parents ofn new born baby girl which arrived at their home Wednesday Novem ber 4th Edgar Hurst of Vaughns Mill iqft yesterday for Washington1 tate t Uitr s go with him Gov Willson has set apart Thursday Nov 20th as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer 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 1 G Lexing ton Ky A Sermon for Father A father started for his office early one morning after a light fall of snow Turning ho saw his threeyear old hay endeavoring to put his tiny feet in his own great footprints The little fel low shouted Go on Papa Ise comin yight in ure tracks The father caught the baby dar ling in his arms and carried him againforto stop on his way at a tavern for a glass of liquor As he stood on the threshold of the saloon he sayGatracks He stopped he hesi tated he looked the future squarelv in the face I cannot afford to make my tracks I would be ashamed to have my boy walk in he said decidedlyahd turn ed away Confined +Not rrers It must not be understood that the habit of buying a cat in a bag and that from a stranger is confined to firmer folk Far from it- People who owe their immedi ate living to the community who draw their salary from the public treasuryschool teachers public officers and even professional i men who should at least be loyal to the hand that feeds them and even local property own ers whose wealth depends upon the general business prosperity of the town pass up the home merchant and pay their good money for thee pcfurewl1esaf ifhe pgtalb S more than this the retail merchants in many cases ignore their local brethren in trade and send to the cities for what they want for personal use outside of their own line What could be more sui cidal than such a policy And yet it obtains to a greater or less ex tent in every community in the Mississippi Valley Dr C B Dickson the well known dentist will be in Clay City to practice his profession Novem ber 20 for ten days only Wl 1it A GREAT SAYINGS SALE I For the Next 20 Days Lot No1 Hats That Were 500 to 550 now 375 Lot No2I I 350 to 400 8250 to 275 p- Lot No 3 II 250 to 300 15 200 Lot No 4I 150 to 200 II 100 to 150 Every Hat irthe Store at a sacri floe price Now is your chancy to buy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices Come Early And Get Choice 1 Mrs W N Bush CLAY CITY KY y- 4 i THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUnSDAY w J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Nov 12 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers tvo lave arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 76 IJpme and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEflENTS For County Clerk Vo are authorized to announce CIIAS HKEN candidate for County Court Herk subject to the action of the Dem ocratio party We are authorized to announce 3 W Woolery candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party For Superintendent of School We are authorized to announce It 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 Joint P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Gco Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pow oil county subject to the action of the Democratc party We are authorized toannuunceChar- lie Clark candidate for Jailor of pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratic party porAieaJrt f We are authorized to announceS A Easter as 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 the Democratic partyIWe are authorized tu announce OI A Crabtree ns candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party f A Showing at Another Time After every election the win ning side is highly gratified while the losing side is correspondingly disappointed But the feelings of both are soon modified by the thought of the next election and the knowledge that the whirligig of time may make the defeated of today the victor of tomorrow And apart from this once the fever of excitement has disap peared and people calmly consider the verdict there iq the general recognition that all parties are earnest for thejiiations good however much they may differ from one another in political principles and mothods The number of states that vot ed one way on national issues and another way on state issues shows that people are becoming more independent of party control The increasing size of this vote adds to the uncertainty and anx iety with which party managers carry on a campaign Perhaps the Presidentelect might save himeqlf a lotof worry if he would let the newspapers choose his cabinet for him They are evidently willing to do it but the trouble is that no two lists of appointees exactly agree r I T Kifnbrellw t Ben Hudson lot of J D Tuckett one Fnw fnr44Oti0 Next Snndiiy willM regular Ii lreachirigday Jacksons Ohapj e1 W u Patrick bougilt ofWe F Hall one weanling colt for- GO 00 Shelton Larison of Tilden Ind visited his father David Larison of this place last week- I N Orsborne of Clark coun tybought of W G Patrick 12 head of steers that average 970 pounds for 422 60 Mesdames A 0 Barnes and Herman Hoskin of Powell coun ty and Mrs A J Larisonof Spout Spring visited Mrs WF Hall last Sunday Squire John Snowden Prof J L Carpenter and Alfred Mar cum candidates for County Judge- S hool Commissioner and Coun ty Court Clerk respectfully ad dressed the voters at Kimbrell school house last Friday nights West Bend Albert Berry left Monday for Holt Mo Miss Sallie Berry was shopping in Mt Sterling Friday Charley Henry of Judy has rented G W Berrys farm I N and G W Berry went to Winchester Monday on business Mr Altman Roberts was the guest of James Roberts Saturday nightG Wand l N Berry will leave the first of December for Holtr Mo Uncle Dick Berry of Tor rent is visiting relativesin this neighborhood T G Morehead and family OrMoreheadfundayto to Misses Nannie and Allie Berry were the guests of Miss Nannie Hudson Sunday night Misses Minnie Hudson and Nancy Berry and Messrs Sidney White and Bennie Hudson were the guests of Miss Allie Berry Sunday JtsffersoivVille Walter Shubert is convalescing from anattack of fever Mr Amos Shubort has moved to his farm near Spencer MJBSsMildred Smith is visiting relatives near Winchester Mr Slniltz has tioveilto his new homo in Jeifersonville Miss Bqiisie Stumper visited MisS VirgiaHolly Friday night Mr Clarence Townsend hao1 journing with homo folks this weekMiss Maggie Howard was the guest of Miss Nannie Welch last Friday Mr J H Fritz was the guest of Jas L Welch Thursday and Friday I JVilburnentertainjed home Mondayevening Miss LyddiaiAnderson of Pow ellcounty is the guest of her I sister Mrs E R Ensor Shug and OlaytonTnmend- areinLeeI1nd adjoining counties on a business mission MrfA C Perry and wife were the guts ofMr Joliniu Grooms i of High Spruce lust Sunday barrels Cliasoj pnrcliscl twenty ofconi from t H Pra ther at three dollars per barrel Ms8ea jlijninvrd ands Ohloe Smith vieitedlllssSiyrgiu Itleh v T ardson at Mt Sterling Monday night iiandMrs G W Ficlc son Walter visited formers brother Mr JohStnith near Stanton the pastweck Mr Allen Lovol wos thrown from a buggy on his r fdrn home from Mt Sterling and was sort ously injured las Carter Rev Thomas will re turn to his home tHijj3veek from southern Florida where he has been holding a BerleiB f meeting 1- DeafnessConnot Cured by local appIications HS they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only ono Say to cure deafness 1 and that is l y con stitutionalretnediesDeafness is caused by un inflamed condition of the mucous lining oTthe Eustach ian Tube When th ilube is in flamud you have arumblang sound or imperfect hearing aid when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless theinflammatibn can be taken out nnd this tube re stored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of tenure caused by VCatarrh but an inflamed eondttionof4the mucous surfaces We will give Ono f tundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh thafcfcannot be cur ed by Halls Catarrhs Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists Tic Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation j I If it is true asffomo wisemonj argue that we are vtiat we1 eujtf what is the man lfio feedswex dusively on pork 1 Hotciror Rent o UsaSeT Central Hotel a 3 storybuilding withal rooms partly furnished in cluding a largo Rfiraplejrbom curd all necessary outbuildingsand plenty of watt r on the lot Located closeIto depot For furthcrJln I t t 1n KyIc =FRUIT 1RNK1ENTAL r fnit irij Everything rt Orch r jrr f1r cnl1 EHJCfnrth tae- a j iive ti t f r x tIft nns 1rcitl1UJl poresthenQtdiseolveSKIDOO anIngredientpr cleaners It a delightful sensation to the skin and Iq exceptionally good for the bath TO THE HOUSEWIFE I Take asoft rag with a little SKIDOO1 on it and you can jKitisli tinware brass ndowsandlqfacttime it does not harm the skin like ordinary scouring SO 1P SKIDOOwill do njore than any otsoapotfcrcjdOne you 10urjrrocerI send you one can ITyou will pay the poetap- which In 10 cents I lIOWNSOiP CO CGlnitas OkK it4 A f 3ifJJulr Xt iJ + M t Gtr Lii LjiJA onJ 71IJs ijr2 t77 11 vnl iiJ 3 A I 4 i lY r ily cI 1 21 JID 2 1rm MI II I L f 1 i5 rtr JulWI11iams f i I1Jjl r H CloakSHatsSoh r t and Dress Goods I Z The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Ro1is lAnd Flakiest Riscuft tN- ebt anttc tVhs + ys Ttd tMil pI rlaod Bakers Pride FIOll ii y J Take no Other Every Sack Gnarnnieert r- r 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THURSDAY Nov 12 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES ji triCR W Qarrott is cbnflned i to her room with malarial fever ForSale Cottage of four rooms in business part of town Apply at this office u Elder Bon preached at the P histian Church Saturday night v and Sunday c Mrs JO Allen has a severe attacKwlth some form of troub Ie nffectin hcr head hnd neck r MranaMrs SR Smith of Milroy In9 mother and fathera Jto Dr B R Smith are here visiting their son I Dr and MrflO B Dickson I of Latonia visited the latter parentsJudge and Mrs W T Adams this week Havinic who has been jFrnnkhis uncle Judge Adams to his homein South IOarolina i Instweek The next meeting of the Ken tucky Educational Association will be held at Estill Springs some tinto next summer i There hiss been heavy forest fires in different parts of the county this week and as a conse quence the atmosphere iavery smoky Jeff Sparks diet on Hardwicks creek Saturday leaving a wife and two small children besides some grownup qhildredby a for mer wife Oneof the ltest lintels in the city is advertised for rent or leasein this issuo If interested in the hotel business vou should not pass thin opportunity by I without investigating The application for another sa loon license in Olay Oity which was expected to come up at the regular council meeting Friday night was not mentioned but we understand it will come up later A good rain fell Tuesday which has broken the drouth in this atarteduptweeks affording abundant water for both stock uud drinking pur poses Thehunting season qpeiis the I 15th of thus month which hap1 penBtOberbji Snndiiy this your Thisiwill delay the wholesale ialaughteMnfctameone day long eVbythe eoReishuntfimeni i The1 fifate irdf Marshals fc ortehott slrao Iallyholn6roasl n 1 ssby fire over previoJ8 I oars ThjEVnighJ ridersbara iurning has not so mush lSjccessivo loss us seine would have typpibeheve 4nopy W jdtrpn T JjICirk app udfitheir framr i the neuiiv future atsompOtntiIlO- klahoma Mr Waldroliand the Messrs Kirks are of our best- citiaetlswwltpnl4V0 eejriously re J gr w Watched Plftpen Ynrs- pSForilfteonyears I h cditlj v BucklgnsArnt l o SftlveVjndit has sever lathed tptipureiftny sore JJQ ulcer 4Qburn ta whiok it was applied It has- saved saysjkA Hardy tain 25q atSwannDpy I4brCos store- S li HG Burgher A lIL Burlier and J H Burgher and families will shortly move to sonic point in Texas or Oklahoma Such valuable citizens Clay City can ill afford to lose though our best wishes will go with thorn You may have the hardest kind of luck everything may go wrong but as long as you are brave and sweet over it you will at least have the sympathy of your friends If your misfortunes turn u crabbed anti bitter no one will feel olio bib sorry for you At Harrodsburg SilLMcAfee a negro whiskey bootlegger who was carrying whiskey into Hiir rodsbnrg a local + option town resisted nrresfrarHldrew a revolver oil special PJlidehlan Jeptha Britton Britton flliot the negro and fonnd seven gallons of liquor in his buggy Mind Your Business If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all the trouble you can and you canand will keep out of liver and bowel trouble if you take Di Kings New Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 25c at SW8n Day Lbr Gos store A prominent young man of Owensboro made a wager of 500 that Taft would not receive the majority of votes cast in Ow eusboro The day before elec tion this youug man in company with a Democratic friend went to Louisville on a pleasure trip They decided to remain in the Falls Oity and not go home and vote for Bryan The result was that Taft carried Owensboro by majority of just two votes How Your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowling of No 228 8lh AveSn Francibco reco meiula a remedy for stomach trotb Je She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters in a case of acute indigestion prompts this testimonial Iaw fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market toduVtlThi great tonic and al- terative medicine invigorates the system purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 50c at Swann Day Lumber Coa store Some papers are trying to toll how farmers wiv scim earn money just as though she was not everyday earning great deal more than she gots Soven Ycars of Proof JhRvehpisovencnrs of proof that Dr Kings New Discover is the best medicine to take for Pou lis anjLeolde and Preyer dia eased t ondiUon of Jhrqat chest or Jungsi tieiys JV V Henry of Pan rna1 Mo The wprldhas had thirtyQight years of proof that Dr King B New Discovery is the best- remedyfor coughs an l colds la grippe asthma hay fever bron chins hemorrhuge of the V lUllS and the early stages of consump tton Ira l1j 1Y nee 1hviiY8pr qQA Slhottelopment of pneumo nia Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lumber Companys stare Quandl1 0p Trial bottle free The AntiSpitting Crusade Everybody should help atop thqjjub JlcBpHUng habit by sendnga two ceftt atainp today for our attractive unique ng car4 which warasa gaiitpplttingnalsanccs1People xwjl- ltatyj IJscald alld pllco8en- uover ifpYgaitim AiUlresB EoujijjoC- ABDS Co lWQJiputeau St Louls 11It l i 1 Uo dome Recipe Get from any presuriptiuh phar macist thefolluwing- Fluid Extract Dandelion ono half ounce Compound Jorg none ounce Coniioutd Syrup Sar eaparillu thretounces Shako well ft a bottle and take a teaspoonful rjse after each mel und at bedtime The above is considered as the fmost certain overwrit ten to relleveBackache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and nil forms of Urinary difficulties This mixture nets promptly on the e liminative tissues of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and strain the uric aiyd andother waste milt ter from thebloud which causes Rheumatism Some persons who suffer with the aillictions may not feel inclined to place mush confidence in this sim plo mfxture yet those who have tried it 8I1Y7 tho results are simply surprising the relief being effected wilhpui the slightest injury to the stomachorother organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highl recommended It is the re8CriJitioll of an em intnaPthoriiwhoe entire repu toUont it is ali lltUS established My1 A druggist there at home whet asked stated that ilcIIIIJJ either supply the ingredients t r mix the prescriptiunjnpr our readers aUu recouimeiidediiit UN harmless ExSenator E W Oarmack of Nashville was killed Monday by Robin L Oooper toTrespassers All personfraro hereby notified that all hunting und trespassing IB forbidden bvthe undersignedwho will prpsecute to the extent of the law ply erapns violating this no ticea Bi B HUTHON THE Winchester Bank INCORPORATED N H WiTHEispo6N PreF Capital Stock200000 Surplus 20000 We solicit the qccotuits of Individ laIR firms and corporations 84 B F BERRY i Undertaker S Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu 1 rial Robes and Suits can furnish Nome Made Cof IAlso to Order on Short Notice IWhen Desired = West Bind y Ky SSSOO S S r Hh Iot Watchmaker Jp n40PPIN 1 and Jeweler 11 All Kinds of Watch and Repairing on Short CIOCkI Reasonable TeKms5A TION GUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Spectacles Call arid see me In the Red River Hotel Building CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Ffi++d I ttMb tF3 F3dNY Ji t e A10 lTi V- AW farms for Sale Bluegrass fi rniri for silrthrourh out Oentrn1ltmlllck v Jood btisi ness to exchange fur harm IJ K AdcockPins 1v- Photographs Am now ready tnniakp Photo graphs nt my rehiilencn near dnv City Those wanting pittuns will pleuse come at once JOHN W HENRY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac eenaingaItetcbanddeecrlctlonmayquickly Inrentlon 11 probably penthM Commnnlut lion utrlctt conude tIal HANDBOOK on Patent eecunnPyatentPatentpedal notke wltbout Chr1ie In the Scientific American- A bandsomel Illaitnteil weekly Ijireeat elr cnUtlon of any iclentiao Journal Terms M a rear I fourmonthtil Sold br all newadealen Yorknrwcb Who Will Be President This is a presidential year nnd everyman must read to keep post ed on politics The Courier=Journal HENRY ATTEUSON Editor Is a Democratic Nmvppsper but it prints the news as it develops One Dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal- But you can get that paper ant THE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOIL One DollarIf you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier Jdurnul = =V T fall whft uilT pay ItriI1lIl1r rrprihes4indfrniyeHr in advance i1tLVilfBellll the Southern tgricul tt rit ft for ono year If you AMintt Innt forget to ask for it riIltnri n ortltest- un pnpals pllhlisle- dasmKrrI I ICheaper oTY grThe lowest priced good gardencatalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing COfMo I Af lMY LUMBER CO rijThTTBlCKBEES BULBS SlCCElCl ft SPECIAL OFFER Ide to build New IluilneM A trial will mute iou a permint Dt cui tourer stunCofQaalatLed or your I money SouvenIr Collection lde I l w und t- hi TwbO wrIau evds 6or1 huNP ul e1l5w6ula earopCw lWua1 A ATdu- wn TNI Prw TNura- rIl l11umNw iatDwb tqlm- vlal Tn N CJUAUXNTKED TO PLEASE Write today Mention this Paper SaND 35- MnwW CLNTSua P slqC MI uutbb dWlo- pm1 0111114 11 eo ITlJtlfklflMd Bulb tilFUM All iWtl UM un uaI N BJ auto ud Tur- In ComniKno ration cf a raiiiii- ltM rut b u UTI 1111 prMMl fN f bkrc wllb UU ColUrtU eb lwlnNnunmb mrnNawTW lUlk Uwtrth k tvrt r r I iW Buckbes TIIE edertaolUd 1363 BT7CXIEE IT BOCKTOU ILL ItYII I Capital SiSGOOOOoo II Surplus und Undivided Profits OOOOoo jfl M H Courtney President A T Whitt Cashier TraniaOi any buiineu contiitent with Legitimate Banking Accounts of Corpor a ation Firms and Individuals Solicited I Interest Paid on Timo DopotsitH r TTt TTTTTS TTT PTTT TTTTTTI SJ TTTT7 ITTTTTTTTvTTTTTTT w IINSURE WITH i SON t 1The JLciKliiitr Insurance Agoutis ot JiJuwtoru JLJLQiitiiolcy Over 200000000 Represented i Every one who knows anything about insurance k Owit they are loaders in thisline I+ + +++++++ ++ ++x t+ ++ ++ ++++ + + t+ f KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr KingsI New Discovery I I FOR COUGHS Trill IPDlCE AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUDLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOIOB I OB MONEY REFUNDED t Concordrthe sick ro ra We have produced the delicious Naboth Grape Juice for many years but webelice this years Product is the crown of perfection Naboth Grape Juice or pro gression Better each year Im by the wisdom of each experience in careful pre ingn1d l developing Naboth Juice now going out is we thinka better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord G pe tat from he cluster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superior quality ofNaboth Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to complywith the Rational Pure Food Law Pure Invigorat ing For sale by dealers THE NAB07H VW4RDS rectoR I York THE CHILDREHSS GUARDIAN THE DOCTOR IN YOUR 1IO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses and Physicians Three Sizes 25c 50c and 100 i FAMILY SAFEIUARD Combined Etlmulantcoveringand furnishingAntiseptic Bans with breath Results as tonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortcs Pneumonia in size hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds weight in gold f Criminal to ba without It t Sold by druggists Money rcturrto if not satisfactory PREPARED OMY IIY VICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L RicHARDSON Mfg Chemist Prep Greensboro tea l The Brest ifirff20aa and DJsenief R nn d Cures acute and chronic dlonhcea dysen complaIntAslntic ment of typhoid fever bamo wonderful I results obtained in all parts of the World WORKS LIKE MAGIC Price 25 cents per box Dont accept a utntltnto a socafedjust- as good Ifyourdrugglit It And care to get it for you send direct to THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY Oswego N YU S A Virden Willjp Curtis bought two calve for 9 00 Mrs Sarah Adams visited Mrs 0O Ourtis Monday Miss Mae demons was shopping in Clay Oily Friday Alvin Adullls baR gone to Lexington to work in the P S D Shop The drouth was broken Tues day by a good rain giving the people plenty of water Born to the wife of Marion Williams a daughter Nov Oth Marion is nil smiles now Misses Minnie and Nellie Olem ons visited Misses Lillie Mari and Grace Ware Sunday E B and Clay Clemons of Loxington visited their parents Mr and demons Cecil Williams the Clay Oily spoke man was here Wednesday looking after some timber busi ness T B Ware killed hogs last week the first that has been killed this season in this neighbor hoodColie Barbeo and wife of Oar lisle visted thelatters parents uncle Press Everman and wife last week 00Ourtis and daughter Miss Sudie visited relatives at Boone borough and Hunt from Thursday till Monday Elsberrv and Clay and Miss Mae demons visited their sister Mrs Bessie McIntosh at Indian Fields last Sunday The sale of J D Snowden lust Thursday was well attended and things brought fair prices corn brought 2 50 per barrel fodder 4 cents per shock and i stack ol hay brought OJ0 R L Daniel took possession of the place and moved in- There has been plenty of for est fires in this part of the woods some riiiisiid J iy Hissing locomo tives and one near Leah Oak school house was set by two school buyS lighting a match aiul throwing it on the dry grass nod doing considerable damage to fencing und timber I SPOUT SPRING Isaac Wiler of Pilot View wsiiieru iMonduy buyingcattle- II F Christopher is confined to ins homo with a caso of fever Dr Smith was here Monday iml Tuesday looking after the nek Olint Barnett and wife of Winchester visited relatives hero lust week Kenny MoKinney and Geo W Louis of Oltirk county were terse last week on busines Elder B S Burgher preached here Sunday morning EldVr 3eorge W Moldtooh preached at nrday The public sale of II S Chris t i her lure WlHlllt tlny wan well HgBllL8U6irS L5FE 8AVOHI BLOOfir PWFER-A Speedy and Safe Remedy for oil t Diseases aye Sin anar Bfeoi Restores Vitality Renews Strength Cleanses and fllrichtho Blood An especially remedy for Buils Carbuncles Frysipola j uwei Vuiicpruus Humors Ulcers Rlngwurm Old Tres ScrofttlaSyphtricATctre Serutulous Humors Blotches Pimples Iustutts Salt Rheum end aii dicaiM u lillg iroiri impure blood or low condition of the system Eswcuily rccommendcU fur all forms of Sciatic HiicnmaUuni PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER DOTTLC FOR SALE BY D WOGST- SManufaoturta4byCi1LLOUtI1 GHStg is L YIf rChag Tfinhtneil 1 0 r 0 Ii y t b ter + attended and ar icles brought fair prices 1 D S Oliristppher and wife of Miami TCexaSjho have been visiting relatives there for some time have returned home R S Ohristopheif and family loft morning for the- PnnhandleTextiBlh reside in the future Luther Martin has gone also These folk are excellent citizers whom Wa regret to lose Wo wish them unbounded sue cess a The Rev Irl R tucks Almanac tlor1900 iaadyNov 15 190S best ever sent out beautiful covers in colors fine portrait of Prof licks in colors all the old feature and several new ones in the book The best astronomical year book and the only one containing the o riginal Hicks Weather Forecasts By mall 35c on news stands 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Iluthe educator and ear for iln se children forjHic sake win loves thorn Thfiefs nut a hettei Load in Kentucky Write tit owe to Dr Edwurd Qf GuernihtV Vilmore Ky r JnoYRRRlONAL OARU- B41hh W 1h111y1yh1r W h ofR A IRVIN MO PHY8OIAN AND SURGEON QUAY CITY KY D R SMITHM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON r CLAY CITYJC- Yr RC WELCH d Counsetlora Law srAHroN KENTUCKY CouristGeneral Practice in hit Commonwealth sit E D SBuckbeei poll of Life Northern Grown Pedljcrccd Serdi hate a ti futatioii fat 38 years of uccecidil seed KtoyiDg bchiud them It paj to the heat- SeasutwUe SpecUlllr HKANSEarliest Rryt Valtiuliie Jjjo Bushel Refugee Kxtia Early Bushe- lNewSrfn8ksiGreen Pod S7OBushe- lWardwdla Imp Kldniy Wax 150 DavU New White Wu 47J Bushel Currlea Rujt Jroot Wax rasa Bus el PUS I trsoRualulNewIloreiorla Mai1it Csilcn Bushel Btickbccs LtLlitaa Lxprc s4j oo Bushel Lettuce l adies TcmMo and a flllUne o- fSeedsLtntead liul it t 1f r eat grovclnfr price Send fur cnmjie UPmt n olv tie cr INIHu y VilteloUav 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D JOdAnD PI r Make the washing for enetweltth of the year at cur- Wash everything washable In the house If cannot make the EASY earntits price during housecleanlngseason return it at our Pages 2637 of our free book on Washing Fonnula8glve you valuable information on washing flannels d DODGE ZUILL 26 DIHayo Bldg Syraaaa N Y L pI 1 r T iJ1 jfIt b iIii it- r lai- s 1 t t 111 Jo