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I s is- r 1 11 t f 2Eom1 i50 Cents a Year In Adydnce c We are here to help aafilTOlIie SurronnJing CoantryanJ OursehesYI E Burgher Iubfisiier 0 1 r VOL XIH i CLAY CITY O HURSDAY DECEMBER 10 190 NO 50 L i JUST RECEIVED J f li New Line of Ladies y 74oafcsi war Y tastr- r j Newest Styles and Lowest Prices S CALL AND SEE THEM j jiS SHIMFESSEL tIt wiw 0 i r h TsY c trust received fresh fi m the city One of r- i the luHt BeltcUd stocks of Drees Goodsimd Notions ever brought to this plane and jT she Price is Right i 11 r vjyfnii jjlfoifjtl cull n1 investigate this superb hineitfsmythrng und eyeryxliltigto please V v j Y n v w r 1the puTticular biiyers NV troube to show trl jotsahit i 8h 1vtlndoqVi then leave flie tii jjiiVttur of buying to your own good taste rt und sound judgment 1 I I B EATON f 1 i Another Saloon for Clay City UllieIBJooninppJied orBa lopn license at the regular meet i of the City Council Friday Tiiglir which was regularly grant edaiI1te will open up for bus iho6S pn the front street in a short time This will uifckq three saloons for Clay City and hH ido E ijiguland oOico business t i 6 AladyoviuigelTsti iis conduot fnghjghfc services at4 tits Chris tmn pliurofv vhiclntro beingVory I veli attended C I I I oJ JSi M i- r A K Ili Ourlis of near Winches yestordlibuying new residence Attorney J H Oltear ia in Hazard this week on businessw I Lust fromtgofJ B Eaton e some where between Pilot Knob an1 Clay City Jet 13ja lap robe ClayQltyOnly two weelB until Ohristr Inns Get icady for Santa Claus TL hL 1 c IA i IfrT edConvlct- sTheF poultentiary now has nine Ipts who are over 80 uphero80 fefrB Jl L Ho was sent from Wll1tleytiJoy for the murder of his tyif linlthough the evidence against liiin on accounif his te the jury gave hi fiy five years lie murdere wire It was shown without pwyoeation about four vearango uring tHe Inst few wceksfounvicts over 80 year oc ace Ifruteecn received at the prisonlCook is the oldest man evetyggoived He is in fair ly goodbIll and well preserved for hijyab He will be given light stnp nent as the five I years s ntefice means practical ly life l1riM sonmeut the than cps beinglilShdred to one that he will net miceout the sentence lkT nneyConlee- At of Charlie Welch near thol1V1e Thursday Dec 3 at 2 Shelt McKinnoy of lad Miss Maud Oonlee Qhis county were u oited iii the Rev It- A cringe Irvin iciating in his usual immressnmanner and in the prose ttc Ifew relatives and friends 111r Moses lIcKinney and Mis nia Garrett attend ants T happy couple ac companijby a few relatives went taith gconms homo where lllsanwP fe astwas at ro idedi I fialtresent iify ar Q of the good things to eat and left wishing the popular young pair a long and prosperous married life Primary In Estlll The Republican Primary elec tion in EstiHv county Saturday passed oil P A Wolfenbargerfwas nominated for County JurlSfiO Tt Grinstead for Sherman Rob bins for SherIff F J Stephens for Circuit Clerk Alex Hamil ton for Assessor and John W El kin for Jailor This ticket is made up of men and being all true Republicans in the loyal support of the G O P they are most sure f election in the steadfast Republican county of Estill Th iCandidates The last la3 for putting up the entrance fee of 9500 to enter the race in the Democratic primary to select circuit Judge and Com monwjettlt8 Attorney was Saturday Judge J M Benton and J Smith Haysare the only two candidates to obmo forward and put up for the Judgeship while Mr B A Crutclier will Jlllve nQ opposition fors Commonwealths Attorney The committee will meet today and make arrange merits for the primary election which will tabs place Decem borSl 5 Judge 7 Mv Beatons formal announcement ppears in this is BUO of the Tinfc f Judge Bonton has made this1di trictone of the best Judges irtttihe State his rul nags always lining fair to all liti gnats alike tbboth the rich and yllnorYHo is pnthe hooch true to his trust and in politics true to the Benmer tie party Nobet ter choice couldbe made by the party in the district i T A M fr + r 3 Notice Of Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Powell coun ty Kentucky persuant to due notice at Stanton Ky on the 7th day of December 1908 there was present the following duly elected qualified and acting Precinct Committeemen Rout Kennon L Faulkner J M Buchanan and T G More head j by proxy to J M Buchanan L Loving VB Congleton It was ordered that for the purpose of nominating Demo cratic Candidates for the several County offices to be voted for at the election to be held November 1009 a primary election be held in the county of Powell SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6th Igoq that a poll be opened in each of the several precincts of said coun ty from 6 A M until 4 P lion said late at which all persons residing in said precincts and who are legal voters and known Democrats shall have ti right to vote That the officers to con duct said primary election shall be two Judges a Sheriff anda Clerk for each of the precincts in said County but that the Clerk shall have no vote on any questioil that may arise All persons who may desire to become candidates before said primary shall in writing so notify the Chairman of this Commit tee on or before the 7th day of January 1009 and that the per sons giving such written notice shall be permitted to have heir names printed on the ballots to be used in said election That this Committee shall jneot at Stanton Kon the 11th day of January 1009 for the purpose of selecting the ollh ers to conduct said primary election und to arrange for the supplying of tho ballots to be used in said election That in order to defray the expense of said primary election each person who may on or before the 7th day of January 1000 notify the Chairman of this Committee of his purpose to become a candidate before said primary election shall on or before the 7th day of January 1009 deposit with the Chairman of this Com mitteo the sum of flO 00 to be used in defraying of the expenses Magistrates 150 That in the ovemt the whole of the sum so deposited is nut consumed in the paying of said expenses the surplus shall be pro tJV1 AA pL Jt fJ of this primary election shall be given by either written or printed notice aq is required bylaw the expenses of which shall be paid from the sum of money so deposited This Committee shall meet in the Court House at Stanton on 13th day of February 1000 to receive and canvass the returns and award the certificates of nomination Witness our hands as Chairman and Secretary aforesaid this 7th day ofDecember 1008 LUTHER LOVING J II OREAR Secretary Chmn Powell Co Democratic Com A GREAT SAVINGS SALE For the Next 20 Days rrf = jil II Lot No 1 Hats That Were 500 to 550 now t375 Lot No 2 I CI350t 400 250to 275 Lot No 3 Ie 250 to 300CI 150 to 200 Lot No 4 II Ie lBOto 200II lOOto 150 Every Hat in the Store at a sacri floe price Now is your chance to buy UptoDate Millinery at very Low Prices Come Early And Get Choices Mrs W N Bush s CLAY CITY KY Cc t- T4 L THE TIMES PDBLISnBDEVERY TUDUSDAY T J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday i Dec 10 1908 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 41 Louisville Commercial 75 cc Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEHEOTS For Circuit Judge Wo are authorized to announce James M Benton as a candidate for Circuit JUl 8 of the Twentyfifth Ju dicial District composed of Powell Clark Jessamine and Madison coun ties subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For County Clerk We are authorized to announce OKAS BWEN candidate for County Court lerk subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party W are authorized to announce J W Woolery candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J V WOODWARD a candidate for theoffice of County Court Clerk of Powell coun ty subject to the action of the Domo crane party I f For Superintendent of School Wo are authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr candldat for the office of County Superintendent of Schools of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce Joni P for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party v u ti We are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Jailor sub ject to time action of the Democratic party We lire authorized to announce Jas F Martin candidate for Jailor of Pow ell county subject to the action of the Democratc party We are authorized to announce Char lie lark iandidntP for Jailor of pow eJl county subject to the action of the Democratic party For Assessor We authorized to announce W G Frazier as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G A Crabtreo as candidate for Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jonx- B PATTON candidate for the ollico of Assessor of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic party In a neighboring county the owner of an automobile made a mistake the other day and filled the tank of his 40candlepow cr runabout with gin instead of gasoline and the blame thing wouldnt stay in the road but knocked tho front porch oft from Ilillickers general store and splashed four rods of fence in front of the meetin house Well make no such mistakes us this when we ride over John Lung leys turnpikes in our new uu tomobile As editorial contributor to The Outlook a magazine whoso principal stockholders are also stock holders in the Standard Oil Com pany President Roosevelt will be in on position to make attacks on Foriikcr JIaskell and others who have been charged with having been influenced by Stand ard Oil money 0Taft says he will not appoint negroes to positions in the south and rather encourage their disk franchiseinent along time lines bo gun which places an educational qualification for voting y t i Judge Benton Replies While I aih ndyerfo to rushing into print I do not Believe that I should in justice either to myself or my friends suffer to pass without notice the de ceptive advertisements whjcli my opponent has caused to appear in some of the newspapers and with which he is attempting to plaster the district and prejudice the voters The two charges which he imagines are grievous ones are that I asked the Legislature to increase the salary of the Circuit Judges and that at a ban quet given lust winter by the Young Mens Democratic Club of Franklin county to the loyal Democratic members of time last Legislature at which Governor Bcckham was the guest of honor I heard Governor licckham in his speech make ono charges against the party fealty of Senator McCreary without resenting it These pro the reasons assigned by Mr Hays why I should not bo reelected Judge and to them I will give brief notice to see if they are sound As to tho salary proposition it is true that I in common with the other Judges of the State and quite a num ber of other citizens asked the last two Legislatures to increase the salary on the ground that the present salary fixed twenty years ago when the cost of living was less than half what it is now is inadequate to meet Increas ed cost of living and defray the expenses of a Judge in holding his courts That my position on that question was correct I need no better proof than the testimony of Mr Hays him self who when tho matter was pond ing before tho Legislature told me repeatedly that the salary ought to be increased and that he hoped it would be done and who as late as Saturday November 28 1Q08 in a public speech at Winchester said he did not think the present salary of 4300000 was enough but that if elected he would not aid in having it increased This simply shows that he is a man without the courage lo stand by his convictions for what he admits he believes to be right He is resorting to a piece of cheap demagogy that one would hardly expjig toflnd in ajCandidatgwho has liS high a conception of the ofllco to which he aspires as Mr Hays claims to have What question is not and can not be made an issue in this race It died when tho lust Legislature adjourn ed without action Neither Mr Mays nor I can revive it and even the Legis laturo itself cannot for all the Judges throughout tho State will be elected for a term of six years bero1ll another Leg islature meets and there is a provi sion of the Constitution which says that no officers salary shall bo chung ed during his term of office The complaint that I heard and fail ed to resent a charge made by Govern or Beukhum against the party fealty of Senator McCreary would be amusing if it were true but it is wholly untrue I attendedas an invited guest the banquet to which Mr lays advertisements refer but I did not hear nor did Governor Beckham make the statement which is being circulated by Mr Hays The truth is that Governor Bcckham being the guest of honor was the last speaker and when his time came it was after two oclock In the morning and when ho arose he called attention to the lateness of the hour stated that ho would not attempt to make time speech he had prepared but that it had been given out to the press and all could read it in the newspapers the next day He simply in a brief affectionate manner expressed his gratitude to his friends for their loyalty in his fight before the Legislature and sat down In his speech that was printed something like the statement now attributed to him did appear and this I did not then and do not now ap prove any more than docs Mr Hays but nothing like it was said by Gover nor Beckham in his talk at the banquet table If it had been I would have vi olated all time rules of courtesy and proper conduct which apply to such occasions had I taken issue with the truth of a statement made by the guest of honor Tho time and place would have undo it inappropriate for any gentleman to have done so It is ri diculous for Mr Hays who is totally unacquainted With tho political history of this district to attempt to question my loyalty to the peoplo of Madison county nnd her candidates Born and reared in Madison county I have lived in Clark county since 1884 In 1880 to Judge TJ ScuttorJmlte in 1887to Major John D Harris for Governor Jn 1803 to Governor TlIcGreary for Sen e ator in 1003 to john OhennJlt for Auditor and SnlOOO olScnator Mc Creary for reelection well known that I gave loyallmd lent support and no man can truthfully gainsay it I cannot believe th lie fair mnind- ed people of this district expect tho race between Mr Hay and oho to be run out on either a tlead issue or a false one I do not intend to resort to any demagogic practices I am making the race on the record I have made as Judge on iiiy loyalty to time people of my district and mp fidelity to the Democratic party andSwhat I have to say to my peopled shall say overmy name and not hide jGJiind unsigned paid advertisements With confidence that such a course will meet the ap pi oval of the people Tif this district who I know are justM fair minded I submit my claims toIJ wUespecHuJy J JlBENTON December 8th 1908 Winchester Ky jy There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For aj grentm ny years doctors pronoiiic d it a local disease and local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pro nounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitution ill disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment HaMs Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only conntitutibn tl cure on the market It in token internally in doses from 10 drips to a tea spoonful It acts directly n the blood and mucous sifrfiuos of the system They offer one hundred dollars for tny ca eiiltfails to cure Send for eirculars fd tesrtiTfonials Address F J Chef Co Toledo Ohio Sold by DruggiPts 75c Take halts Family Pills for con stipationy t fubk I T mtrvlSe i nf Hotel for Rent or Lease v Central Hotel a 3 story building with 24 rooms piirtly furnished in cluding large samploroom and all necessary outbuildingsand plenty of water on the lot Located close to depot For further information apply to Mrs Jennie Hussoll Clay City Ky FRUIT RNAHENTAL TREES Everythingfor Orchard Lawn aidGardene- FREE t tIe S3have tr1F H F Hil8ineye Y Sorts LEXINGTON KY s thoporcsthethat orJIr Gu r U not dissolve SK1LXJ tijlvta crfall the dirt Ills laininganior clriKrj it iixjiuria a prneailun In 119e liiuaJ is exception I aily good fur tins lilt 1CUSCW1FETalrcnsntrTwL on it aid you ci l iJ tiii arc brass jor ncl u rh xirjjiliivs and in factt clc ii nllyla DJ same time it dosi t livrm tUo skin like ordinary soouhii tOfJfS utl tlj mrethan any other kind of vnoolAgrocer f r dm vt V d IIIandwe will read you one nil tfim tiny tagl which ie lit Come SOPti f rt c New Line 1 S OPLad- iesI and ijkfCloaks + AND o S Suits ec 4 Overcoats or t Also Nice Collection ftLadios HatS Just Received Which Will be Sold at POPULAR PRICES MRS I WIWiIIiarns s The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit Aro lade Vhou You TLxo Pearl and Bakers Pride Flollr Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed J MANUFACTURED RYJA CAIN VERSAHirS KY Ii v C Sold by our Leading Merchants I I T The great guaranteed cure for Croup1 CoKs Coughs and WhoophgCough Sold rrafer u pos and wthE a I save your per bottle t FIndliiy Ohli 3 k I iiveguararltecourrxoneyrcturnedififTALK i I I MEJGHDORSt Oriwne e Phone line WhlplOlioN I rietc of Lnuwl edfcjieceiuiVfriiT I5 our honelspew horn ephlnmgi I nevtf dent i before cd ttKulere iyWrnrTody Cour book AU AOIJTTIc It tell you every thing yoy need low ftloul HONEI II apetuoiTegubr ebioluielj trtt if ywJwrite end runllon thit popir I PflYSKIANS NRRClANTS t GINRt J IS toe vent he yourould Uve cne leaden of 1 acknenanor lbringbdp i tvrAeTody Fci t limlttd time tan tccure our tmnoui Kb mum5LedJpnslei wah hltene BAd Ou flJ nault1DttndJJu Lsriiune Atultrlhe r wumiuod cad 7Wn nietdldrlltS IWti TLo REAIEM9ERTHISOl1ERI3FORAt1MITCQ TIM60V4Y wriT4y rTELLHCHR EMrIFATIRING CO + PAHYt u tt+1 iR tIP TERs 4 y 0 y i- r 1 s A Y 1 JiLffi TI NIES r- i AN ALL UOMKiMADE PAPER J r THURSDAY N Des 10 1908 JI00AJJBREVITIES f Bert Eaton has moved to the t cttyffor the winter 1 sJt G Burgherjs visiting brother JamejfHolman at DoWn James HerbertUwd ofSt Jo seph Mo is visiting friends in thecity t Frank Orow of Rosslyn was in yie city Tuesday transacting business Mrs vio Martin felted rel ativis near Rosaly n several days iastweek For Sale Cottiige of four room inbjisiness part of town Appb atti8 office Mrand Mrs A TWhitt vis ited relatives at Morehead a few flays this week Mrs N 0 Bush of Winchester js visiting her sister Mrs Robt N Buslrof this city Let J P Mauppin fix that clock or watch for your Charges reason tiblo anti eatisfuctlnn nlwys John W Henry is able to be out again after being down sev eral weeks with rheumatism Eld DoS Burgher of Win chester vistl d relative in theI l city from Saturday till Monday I Mr and Mrs 1arioli of Win chester wereguests of the Rev andMrs Robt if Bush Sun td1Uty Charlie Welch is confiiied to his home near the city with a severe attack of muscular rheu matism John Porter of Lee county was here the last of the week on the Jdbkout for a good farm but failed to be suited pinnyaptii rhas suffered the kihfo qn1 adcount Qf the tjiost favorable weather the rfnstWcek Robert Shimfessel returned Thursdayfroul ILue and Owsley cunties where lie picked up a bpui seventy llve nice cattle IA protracted meeting with the Winchester Buptistdhurch closed lriday night vith onphunlrted amTuineadditTons to the church I The report of thocondition of ihd1 01ay City National Bank which appeared last week is asI usual a ine showing for that sol i id nistitution r SuptIL N Taylor of Somer- setI delivered a fine act uro i- nTthlvhirlwihd campaign in thist city Staturday night The house was crowded and the lectiiVo was i t well received I 14rf A Easter has with IfAeae9sjftvfor the profered support aijd says I he wjll continue to labor for the success of the Xomouratic party v ffi r I v AlpaiKerous Operation lie the removal of the appendix by a Burgetn No one who takes Dr Kinqra Now Lifo Pills is very sub jested 40tl11B frightful ordeal They work so quietly you dont constipationMIhcadacbe billiousnesH and malaria s25vuttSwann Dn Lbr Cda store C ILi M J I itjir 1 t James Bloom will move the business house across the street from the Tithes office to the vacant lot opposite the side of the Company store Kirk Waldron have their stock of hoods boxed and loaded ready for shipment to Bennett Okla whither these gentlemen will start Monday Mr and MrsGeo W Lewis of Pilot View and Benny Mc Kinney of Ruckerville attended the McKinneyOonlee wedding near this city Thursday This Is Worth Rdading Leo F Zelinski of 68 Gibson St Buffalo N Y says I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with BUoklehs Arnica Salve I applied this salve once n day for two days when every trace of the sore was gonbl Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at SwahnDay Lbr Cos store 250 If there were another Republican primary in Estill county the liquor dealers of Olay Oity would get rich About twenty gallons per day was the average for ev cry day lasfweek we are told Medicine That Is Medicine I leave suffered good deal with malaria and stmUlchccomplaints but I have notfound a remedy that keeps me well and that rem edy is Electric Bitters a medicien that is medicine for stomach and liver troubles and for run down conditions says W C Kiestlcr of Halhday Ark Electric Bitters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to the weak Your mon eywill be refunded if it fuils to help you 50o at SWlinn Day Lbr COB store In an eastern city a hotel clerk Vet ntly won far his wife a millionaire widow whose heart he l captured because of his po lite attention to her while traveling We do not know whether thi3willor will not lead hotel clerks and other officials to show additional courtesy to supposed ly wealthy spinsters and widows but certain it is that a little more courtesy all round would not come ajmss t for I fhrefeurB qgQ I wJIDnnrked- death A gruvojr muuiigu was tearingmy lungs to pieces Doc tors failed to help me and hope had fled when my husband got br Kings New Discovery says Mrs A C Williams of Bic Ky Tile first dose helped me and imprgve out kept on Until I had 58 poiindBin weight and my heath was fully restored This medicine tinkle the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases It prevents pneu monin Sold under guarantee at SwannDay Lbr Cos store SOc and 1 00 Trialbottle free I A feller whopatematrimo nial ad in the paper is running along Ways down the road to meet trouble Bud Hicks says her wants to marry t at woman wits money Welt by jing Ibis pretty dim oultkt marryxa woman without money It is hard to carry courtesy too far particularly When one is go- ingtowarc1huQ1o e The AntlSpltttng Crusade Everybody should help atop the pub lie spitting hhbit bysending a two uttraetlVO1unlqua galrtat l take notice jif this caad and oncq sego foyer forgotten Address DOMI O oAnna Co1607 Ohouteau St Louis fop I 1 t 1- ti r 1l7 ar t Seveis Anyway Here is simple homemade mix ture as yive tsynn eminent authority on Kidney fdlseases who makes the statement that it will relieve almost uny case of Kidney trouble if taken boron the stage of Brights disease He states that such symptoms as lame Back pain in the side especI y med urinationy ure readily over come Here is the recipe Try it Fluid Extract Dandelion ono half ounce Compound Kargotf one ounce i Compound Syrup Sar saparilla threeounces Take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtimeA lknowh druggist hero in ingredients mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has a pe culiar healing and soothine effect upon the entire Kidney and Urina ry structure and often overcomes the worst forms of Rheumatism in just a little while This mixture is said to removoall blood disorders and the rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to fifter and strain fron the blood and system all uric acid and foul decOmposed waste mat ter which cause these afflictions Try it if you iarent well Save the prescription If you arefspnred the cares and resPQllsibjjti of wealth I you shouldremember that those are anyideaNotlce to Trespassers All person hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bvHthe undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law nIL persons violating this no tice B B HUTBON As TilE Winchestei Bank iNCORHORATltll N H WITIIEKSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 84 Is BF BERRY 0Undertaker e leeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu g rial Robes and Suits SeAlso can furnish Home Made Cole fins to Order on Short Notice When Desiredle West Bend K- yeeeeeeeSe ++4++++++ ++oCo liJ PrI1UPPIN I I Watchmaker and Jeweler Kinds of1 Watch and Clock IAll oil Short Notlceand JTerms SATISFACTION t GUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Spectacles K RCdti+ t+ Co +++++ +++ + tii I V 1 Build up Local Enterprises I A well known Eastern finan cier who for some time was pres ident of a largo trust company resigned saying he could do bet ter working for himself One of the conservative financial papers in his action 11111kindsverged into stock companies the number of trades in which a man may engage in business for him self have become so few that for a great bulk of men even those having the mental equipment which in other years would have been sufficient to make them their own masters their is now 110 other opening than that of service for corporations For the bulk of people outside of those in agricultural pursuits it is ser vice for the corporation or no work at all This truth is becom ing more evident day by day Even the farmers are feeling the grasp of corporate methods It is true that millions must have the products of his lands and his hand but the corporations are the mediums he must work through and from him they ex act their tithings It is to the interest of the farmer as well ns the laborer in every walk and sphere to prevent as fat as possi ble encroachment of organized cnn be keepingcirculation in the community where earned and thus prevent the further concentration of money and of business in the great cities 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS- DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 4c Anrone a teteband Quickly ascertain our opinion tree whether an Inrentlon Is probably Commull- lUonaltrletiToonDdentlal HANDBOOK on Patent eecuringpatentPatentspeetot notle without Cballle1n the Scientific jnnericaii- A bandlomel IHutnted weekly Iareost clr enlatlon of any denUDe Journal Term t3 a rear four month 1 BoJ4 all newgdalera Yorkbranch To all who will pay up all ar I rearages and one year in advance we will send the Southern ArJcul tarist free fot one year If you want it dont forgel to ask for it The Agriculiai jst is ODO of the b t form papers published N E REVOLVING hEAVYEvIREuaaeILOIIAR FErre a- of KAtnILL ttatlsascrrvtio Steel Web Picked Fears i IChospor Then Wood jiJ prN r i The lowest priced goci j substantial lawn and gnr den fertetVic f 4 catalog of lawn field and poultry fencing bogIDEKALB FENCE DeKalb 111 Kansas City BB Mmmem aagrtmmmtimifitrnimummi rtr i- 5W 1 ANNDAY LUMBER CO LrL3i4 s a ta pYa ir9 BULBSBLSISBUl i SJCtU o1 I r rr r rJII31UI1 to build err HiMlnr AI tmInt Cow WnnnY rcfundnl MirrJuUlrUlLrallecd or your II Souvenir CollcctL pI DlNl tyke WI tnlroo sn Ntw nM a lo lp rrmt Titlp Yulrftt rollic TIIp 01010 ffwAp Sou wa IIut k DrotI- 41I4leta I Tulles m II- IGrAUANrEEDro PLEASE IVrKfl tadiy M ntonrbfs Pptr SiBINL 3H CENTSI mf pM4a Uf A m l I C II n1Lk Mltotl1 B1V lrrADba BlMlni4 lulncU l4MPdtdattarteti Alit ntti Ml rMmn 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Better each year Im proved by the wisdom of each years anddevelopingnow going out we think a little better than ever before In color a beautiful deep red flavor that of the Concord Grape taken from he duster in October The delicious sweetness is due to the superior quality ofNaboth Concord Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food Invigorating THE NABOTH VlItHCS BrtetMf I York I TIE CHILDRENSS IUARDIAH THE DOCTOR IN YOUR HO- MEVICKS Group and Pneumonia SALVEEXTERNAL Endorsed by Registered Nurses said Physicians Tlrn Sizes 25c SOc sill 111 FAMILY SAFEGUARD perfeetAntiseptic vapors for Respiratory Or gans with every Results astonishing Relieves Croup in twenty minutes abortes Pneumonia in six hours Also for Asthma Bronchitis and Whooping Cough Head Colds weight in gold Criminal tm km wHhotit N returnedIfVICKS FAMILY REMEDIES CO L 8KHARDSON Mfg Chemist PrepIGreensboro N C TtaGrtafBiarrfwta and Dysinteiy Remedy Cures acute and chronic diarrhoea dysen 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