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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 12, 1907. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1907 cla1907091201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 12, 1907. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l THE CLAY CITY TIMESt r 1 1 t50 Cents Year in Advance IVare here to help Clay City the SnrronnJfBg Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher I 1 VOL XII CLAY OITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 J907 NO 31 a M iJ B EATON Will until further notice sell you Goods at Reduced Prices Especially i Shoes i Corsets Dress Goods Muslin Underskirts Gowns t c c And other articles too numerous to mention Come see Us 3 and we will prove to you that we can firnish you your goods and save you Big money on = Every Purchase I We Manufacture Sash Flooring door Ceiling Blinds fVarandos Pickets Stairways Store Fronts Assessor Jntnes Woolery has begun the nnnunl assessment He finds the lists about the same as last year and fully as many dogs The assessment last year after being revised by the board of su pervisors amounted to nearly a million dollars and it is thought that even this amount will be ex ceeded this year reaching at least 1000000 00 Mrs 8 M Hamman of this city has returned from Indiana after a delightful visit with her children They all met at her daughters Mrs Em Weavers in Danville to see her on her re turn Those present were Mrs Sarah Shea fer Mrs Susan Wills 0 B and George Hamman Mrs Wills returned home with her mother At the regular eeting of the City Council last Wednesday night besides the regular routine of business the election of anew member of the Council to take the place of Dr B Little page deceased came up Tom Edge was elected to fill the va cancy Miss Kate Dam elreturned this week from a three weeks vis it to relatives in Madison county rKEEP COOL Summer now is here and so is the warm weather You need a cool suit to re lieve you from the opressive heat They are at oar store The kind to please when you are looking for STYLE FIT and QUALITY And when it comes to price you cant beat that at this Store the place to get everything you need at sim ply correct living prices only Come in and Let us Dress You up W4MUIMMI oMUNI41WMa1fIhMJ44Nfu dNNHIhINPMN4N NINLWNIM414 SHIMFESSEUS Department Stole- tREwAKCL MFG GJO Winchester Ky Weatherboarding 8Shingtesana Etc We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid RoofiiBg and Etc Send us Your estimates Prompt Shipments lL r tiY- Y i Y- y t e Clay City toy Suicides A special front Washington I Sept 5 says- Married on Tuesday suicided on Wednesday is the record of Alvin Maupin formerly of Olay City Ky j who drank carbolic acid in Annapolis last night with fatal effectMaupin enlisted in the navy three years ago He was a fine young seaman was soon made a yoeman and stationed at Annap olis There ho met Miss Ellen Ourran Tuesday morning thev were married and a few hours after Maupin received orders from the Navy Department to go to Nashville Tenn for recruiting duty Rather than be sep arated from his young wife who could not accompany him he decided to kill himself Maupin wrote these facts in a letter found in his room Mupin was a son of Boone Maupin of this city and was here two years ago visiting his father who is now sorely grieved at his sons death Wants New Road Application will bo made at the October term of County Court for the opening of a coun tyroad from the forks of the Spout Spring road at the James White place two miles south of the city to intersect with the Snow Creek road near Powells Valley There is already along this route a narrow lane road The object merely is to widen the road and have hands assign ed to keep it in repair This road connects the two highway bridges over Red river in this end of the county and admits travel from parts of Powell and Estill counties without interuption by high water and by but coming slightly further over this new road proposed Large Pay Roll The L d E pay car rolled over the road Tuesday It was sur prising to see how many hands received their pay at the Clay City station There were about sixty men paid for their wages here the price ranging from 40 to over 100 There must have been paid in all about 2500 or an average of about 100 per working day While the freight and passenger traffic in Clay City amounts to much for the railroad company the railrods payroll is a great help to tho towns business Attempted Assault At her home in Mt Istorling Tuesday night as Mrs George W Rice formerly of this city was preparing to go to bed a ne gro entered her home and perpe trated an assault After desper ate scrambling Mrs Rice releas ed herself from his clutches and lied to a neighbors house and fell on the front porch completely overcome by the shock and altogether unconscious She was revived after much difficulty School Opened Monday The City Graded School opened Monday morning with all tlio teeachers present and 125 pupils enrolled With a good set of teachers and a fair enrollment the prospects for a good school year were never brighter Tho teachers in every room are per sons of wide experience in their profession IJ E Niblack who moved to last April has moved back to his property in Clay City and seems very glad to be at home again ri l I All White Goods 1 I All the Millinery i- I J c In this store is now offered at I Greatly Reduced Prices r I To be convinced call and see the Goods if 1 and get prices i m 1 N Now is the time to buy one of those t5Beautiful1 thats bound to please and surprise you Jo4j Fashionable recsma kmg in connedlonI i j Mrs WNBhtj More Than 25000 in Prizes I ofKentuckythat accompanies i- tLowest Rates by Rail and River I You Just Cant Afford to Miss It I Come and bring all the folks and the attendance will be swelled to the much desired figure a quarter million In six great days See our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 sleel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barns fastest trot ting track in the world I Trotting Pacing Running Races Daily An amusement program running Into thousands of dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted EPT16211907j LOUISVILLE Capt Enabenshue In his passengercarrying airshipthe marvel of the century with daily flights and exhibitions and a night ride fa the air gelded by a searchlight I capUnballoonSensational acrobatic acts free each day I And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter pitiesfamous Manhattan Beach tire works and the gigantic technic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction oi the awelasplriag calamity Ol 1906 given nightly fa Infield fa front of the grand stand Three concerts daily by Nallello and his premier band of fifty artists tram the Land ol Music r Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created by the Kentucky Legislature and Is given wader the auspices bt the Kentucky State AgricultureWrit and Illustrated descriptive book x HE HUGHES Secretary loBlsvUIe iy e 4 yf I- ws THE TIMES TIIUUSDAYaJ E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass hail matter Thursday September 12 1907 CLUB RATES t For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 C Cincinnati Enquirer 110 11 Louisville Commercial 75 tc Home and Farm 76 ANNOUNCEnONTS For County Clerk We are authorized to announce OHAS EvEN candidate for County Court Clerk subjectto the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHN P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Judge a Tree by Its Frnit The financial statement is al ways the surest test of the efficiency of the management of any institution Applying this test the people of Kentucky have every reason to be satisfied with the results of Democratic admin istration When the Democratic party assumed control of the Sates affairs in 1000 there was a bonded indebtedness and Un paid claims of 1400000 with a deficit of 147000 in the school fund making a total of 1547 000 for which the State was lia ble and only 303834 in the treasury In other words there was approximately one million and a quarter on the wrong side of the ledger The State was in debt to this extent Auditor Hager declares that on the first of January next after having built the new capitol and paid for it and met every other obligation of the State there will be in the treasury a surplus of one million and a quarter- In eight years of administra tion the Democrats have paid off a million and a quarter debt left by the Republicans built a new capital the total cost of which will approximate a million ap propriated nearly 400000 for the improvement of the State asylums appropriated to State College 228500 appropriated for penitentiary improvements KiGG15 for the Confederate Home 105320and for the Chil drens Home Society 55000 This has been accomplished with a tax rate of 2t cents less than the tax rate under Repub Mean administration and the Democratic candidate for Gov ernor now pledges himself to rec o in in end in his first message to the Legislature a further reduc tion in the tax rate of 10 cents which will give to Kentucky the tax rate she has had un der the present constitution Lexington Gazette yA year ago wheat sold at 70cents on the Chicago market Irr Slay fbi lowing it sold at more than = 100 Specglatorp are trying to work the t Aflame game this year Theyllcatch the wenk kneed dumpers but there P f tywer dumpers each yea- rNotice j fi AlLfipetecjns JinwJnK them tlepageforutedical wise fire requested to chine for ward and settle same with me at once Mrs B Littlepage rrV EVaRYTHINOREADY Kentucky State Fair Begins Next Mon day Sept 16 Entries of Livestock Break Records for a State Fair In the South Many New Amusement Features Add ed to the Weeks Progress The Kentucky State Fair management has announced that the final touches on Churchill Downs getting it in shape for the State Fair which begins next Monday Sept 10th had been made A large force of carpenters have put in two full weeks building Additional sheep and hog pens and fitting tables in the buildings where the exhibits of horti culture vegetables and melons field seed and grain tobacco WOe mans work table luxuries etc will be shown The owners of Churchill Downs at Louisville where the State Fair will be held this year turned over to the State Fsir manage ment the entire plant with 850 stalls in modern stables free of all cost the Board of Agriculture only being required to put the grounds back in the condition they were found Taking the entries that have been made up to a week before the opening of the Fair as an in dication practically every one of those stalls will be i used The display of horse flesh all kinds of cattle sheep swine mules and jack stock will be in keep ing with tim State Fairs of com monwealths that have supported these institutions for a quarter of a century The poultry and pigeon department and the Col lie Dog Show give quite as satis factory promise while the other departments are certain to fill to capacityTurning from the educational feature ofthe Fair to the lighter vein the State Fair Management announces that the amusements will be far beyond the best of the kind ever seen in Louisville These will include Pains 100 000 fire works spectacle and the eruption of Vesuvious Captain Roy Knabenshue personally in his airship bolloon races an Ig orrote Village direct from the White City of Chicago Mundys trained wild animal show etc The racing program of the week will be especially attractive There will be trotting pacing and running races in addition to au tomobile races and the oalloon racesThe railroads have made a rate of one fare for the round trip to Louisville tickets going on sale Sept 14 good returning until the 23 The freight departments have announced that exhibits will pay full tariff going to the Fair and will be returned free if ownership is not changed As there is tobe a big night program overy evening during State Fairweek it is believed that many visitors will come to Louisville to spend at least two days a ird a night In this connection it may be announced that Louisvilles hotels and board ing houses are ready to ntertain- tllousandslIiltlUerafes will not KimlelJL h MrsJW Tuttle isat Rich iuoudfthi8veek visiting her sis teriMtOhahepl erd W E Hefltiiifnd I luford Fox of Ruckerville were here last Tuesday buying cattle James H Crow sold Brock and McEJdowney 18 steers weight I 11120 pounds at four cent per poundCharles Jones of Brassfield visited Simpson Olem and rt tended thb Blanton sale last Tuesday 1 N Orsborne bought of Mor ris Larison ton steers for 28000 and of JD Puckett eight steers for 22500 Joshua Blanton of Danville and H K Blanton of Rockville Ind are here this week visiting their old home Mr and MrsJ H Dawson arc attending the Baptist association at Union City Madison county this week The Blanton sale was fairly well attended One milch cow sold for 27 00 a good aged work horse for moo R L Daniel auctioneer Deafness Cannot be cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous liningof the Eustachian Tube when this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of tin ate caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dol mars for any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catrrrh Cure Send for cilculars free F J CHKNBY A Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Good Farm For Sale Farm of 200 acres 2J acres bot tom land good dwelling of eight rooms fine orchard well watered close to churches and school j all necessary outbuildings j three miles from Clay City on good road Land will grow good crops of corn tobac co grass and other products A bargain for some one For partic ulars see J E Burgher Clay City Ky WANTED Man with force e nough men or women to milk 80 cows Would also biro two or three single men but must be sober and industrious Pay good wages Reforences Required Apply to M B Lovell Paris Ky Administrators Notice All persons indebted to the es tate of B F Wright deceased will come forward ay once and set tie same and all persons holding olniuas against said estate will pre sent same to me for payment prop erly proven within the next thirty days or same may be burred LLOYD TODD Admr I 1VILCOURTt1EY ioj President Special Sale OF Summer Dress Goods 6ot Lawns 1now 4cts per Yd 715t1 1 1 5 813 = 6f 41 10 a a 712 1212 tt it 10 15tt t 13I 25ct Lace Stripe Hose for Ladies 20ots per pair 15I U 13 Ladies Slippers in broken lots all sizes from 50cts per pair up Laces and Embroiderips big lot of patterns at greatlY reduced prices i MRS J W WILLIAMS CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake c The Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit If O Arc Mode Wheu You Uso 21 b Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour 0 Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BYJ A CAIN VERSAILLES KY JtI I Sold by Leading Merchant 0 i The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds posI ever dose arid with yourchildsFOR SALE DRUGGISTS THE QLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY sI Preprs FktdlayONlti FMr+++ + r3+++++ r3 ++ +++33333 i 3 3 rP + + + + + + Y3 rb33 + ++ + A F +3 A tn Iw M 0 tj CAP1 ATJS500O0 tj 1 SURPrJu13 tfOQO t 0 = f I 11 t a 1 hj a I our BY F3 Fc BANiILCLAY IT1rK I J + y I CIIAS stOTTojVice ident i ACTS AS fliEPpSlTORV AND OUJFERS ALL MODERN IPA 4lJjmES TOiINDIVlDUALS AND 1 11 4 aRPORAPIONS DBSimNa SAFE BANKING CONNRCTIOMbrr41 r i A T WIIITT Cashiers 1 rr 7 I 1oror drrFr3rf7 I A ++ r31Hf t+ aiv A3o r3i3Fi Jo 4t tt+3 rl rrM r 4 iYtdt 1ot hAR t c I I 1 8 I tr Y yg a THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Sept 12 1n07 LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs Geo K Whitt of More head ia visiting herson Cashier A T Whitt Letcher Dalton of West Bend was transacting business in the city yesterday f Dr Leming of Stanton was here yesterday on his return home from Kiddville E N Wilson who is employ ed at Beattyville visited home folks over Saturday and Sunday D W Martin merchant of Rosalyn was transacting busi ness in the city Monday and Tuesday Miss Lula Derickson of Lex ington visited her parents Mr and Mrs James B Derickson Saturday and Sunday Elder J H Johnston is hold lug a protracted meeting at the Vaughns Mill Christian Church There has been eight or ten ad ditions to date A 0 Oliver editor the damp ton Courier was in the city Fri day in the interest of his paper He will soon purchase a new outfit for his paper The Hon John K Hendrick Democratic nominee for Attor ney General will speak at the Court House Stanton this after noon at 1 80 oclock From what we can learn Sun Bros show wits rather roughly received at Beattyville The f saloons will not close there until about the first of the year L A West former County Attorney of Estill and his fath erinlaw P L Hume a prominent horseman of Irvine have recently moved to California Heavy rains have continued to fall this week keeping all vege 5tation green It is feared that much of tho corn all of which is still green will be greatly iujur edby frost o P D Todd who recently pur chased the James White Place of J R Todd heirs is repairing if the dwelling and will otherwise t greatly improve the place before he will move t E0Kimbrella former resi dent of thus city lust all his house hold effects ayd dwelling in Salt Lick by fireSunday September 1 No insurance Mr Kimbrelle heaxllyuponhimy Green tinowden and Sherman Robins of Millers Creek were guests of JusG Rogers Mon day They wore on their way to Greenup Ky to attendthe Meth 0nConference whichconvened tliere Tuesday The Jaokson Democrat made it appearance from the capital of Breathitt last week LTHovermale founder of thb Frenchburg Agitator and rt tfor merable editor of the Oampton Courier is editor It is neatly printed and well gotten up every oj way It is strong in the faith its name implies and is fully deserving of the united support of the party in Breathitt and all other enterprising and good citi zees of the county as well Everything in Millinery at cost at Mrs Williams y I I th y y er i Miss Patsey Bush spent for day and Tuesday with relatives in Winchester While working at the Clay City Spoke Companys mill on Hog Creek last Friday Joe Powell had a thumb and two fingers sawed off Dr Williams of this city dressed the wound and Ile- is now getting along nicely The Boones Creek Baptist Association of which Salem Pow ells Valley and Filson churches are members will meet wits the church at Union Madison coun ty Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday September 17 18 and 10 Locates at Hazel Green Dr 0 H Williams a form er medical practioner of this city has recently located at Hazel Green to practice his profession The Doctor is a splendid phys cian and a fine gentleman We commend him to the good peo pie of Hazel Green Dont forget the Summer Sale now on at Mrs Williams Lostand Found Lost between 030 pm yesterday and noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick head ache This loss was occasioned by findingnt Swann Day Lumber COs store a box of Dr Kings New Lire Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousness miiluria and jaundice 25c Is this Fair Tho manufacturer of an article figures on what it costs to pro duce it adds a per cent for prof it and deterioration of plant and then sets the price at which he will sell the artice The farmer buys his seed fertilizers etc hires labor which costs him mote each year works hard all summer and then hauls his crops into town and asks for some one else to name the price at which he must sell The Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its tile happiest combina tion of Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever compounded No mat ter how old the sore orulcer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co at their store 25c The really successful men from a money point of view always manage to put the other fellows shoulder to the wheel The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grope Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small FruitsWe have no Agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application H F Hilleivmeyer Sons C L RUSSELL CONTRACTING PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER Aad4D cormtorJn General CLAY CITY KY I CrICand see my Nice Line of Wall Paper Samples Health In the Canal Zone asmighty temptation to our young artiansto join the force of skilled workmen needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrain ed however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing ones those who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with E lettrio Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weak ness and all stomach liver and kid neytroubles Guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Go at their store 60c To Improve the Line Attorney Henry Watson of Mt Sterling was in the city Tuesday looking after the inter ests of the local telephone ex change of which he is general manager He is anxious to ex tend the line further out in the county and improve the service A man will be stationed here to keep the exchange and telephones in good repair A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Main St says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the proprie tors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and luau remidies put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bron chitis croup whooping cough quincy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store 50e ind 8100 Trial bottle free You can lead a boy to school but you cant make him think Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress making and sewing Located in the Red River Hotel New Watchmaker J P Alauppin Watch and Clock repairing of all kinds on reasonable terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed THE Winchester Bank INCOKP RATKD N H WmiEKSPooN Pres Capital Slock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 84 WONDERSALVEThu All that the name Implies A Marvelous Remedy for all External Purposes Absolutely Fm Iran all- Poisonous I Ingredients Cures Bums Boils Cuts Sores Sore Throat Piles Eczema Corns Chapped Hands Scabs Rheumatism Ulcers Felons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores I Barbers Itch Blood Poison resulting I from rusty nails or other causes Bites from poisonous animals or Insects and all Wounds and Skin Diseases ItIIYMAILL HAAR6RRON Ann Arbor Michigan ir j j j TVs tot Yourh Interest farthestiand you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants In Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur i nishings Groceries Hardware Haaness SaddleryI Farming Implements and etc Our j I Prices are Right j GoodsI 1 J e your trade and rn exch1ngeJ H foi goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest I market price Will pay you CASH for Railroadl m Ties and all kinds of timber which ou haveI H to sell Dont forget the placejI A E BARNETT iI SONI CLAY CITY KY We are Now Ready For the Spring Trade Witha Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of mo t evcryuifog the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Wom n end children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman ar j lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children andshoes for every body at prices to suit youIWhat is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INCOftPOMTtO Clay City Ky J CRESCENT Stovesa i Ranges Ltetimproremeat onl the rued Strongly built WUIgve I Every CRESCENT U accompanied a the Ask dealer to ahow beetOlmaterl1lI Unedon one claimed to iniltt on Ming the CRESCENT be plumed with U I CRESCENT STOVE WORKS Evansville Ilnd1J J Love knows on law but mother inlaw PROFESSIONAL CARDS aiaruwwwwwwww wv wwwn R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY z B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY riLookYellow The trouble is your livers productsbile your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from headache stomach ache dizziness malaria constipation etc Whatyou need is not a t dose cathartic waters oe pHls but a liver to- nicWords BlackDraughtr This great medicine acts gently on the sick liver It purifies the blood renews the appetite feeds the nerves deus the brain and cures consti pation It is a true mcdldne for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try It At all dealers In medicines In 25c packages OUR HEW PATENT FIVESLICE 9 INCANDESCENTWIRE TOASTER Convex bottomfits all stoves Grooved Edge catches the crumbs Open top toasts the fifth slice or heats Plate Tea or Coffee Pot Toasts five slices in two minutes The wire cone throws the heat of a bed of coals For Sale by Dealers IUBKIHS a WILLIS Manufacturers Ann Arbor Michigan Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY S Unslackend Lime in Lquanti ty Will sell to dealeror cot 1r- ut Lowest Prices Will deliver a Cltvy City or sell at the kilns 92f Lime 05 cents per barrel at thr kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay City I KlLLTHECOtJCiH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Or Kings Raw Disc VRrt I Iron CPitcotOO tlureet and Qulc teat Caro for alliTHEOAT and LUNG TROtTB- LEBjorMONEY DAOE J Oanderbones Sept Forecast OOFTBiaitTKD 1007 BY 0 H KIETH The old school bell is soon to ring the poets alljrise and sing the frost will soon displace the dew and the wind jamb through the peekaboo Untutored youth with tears of brine reo turheth sadly to the mine and tho new schoolmaam prepares to whack the bad boys where their pants are slack Tho football player lets his hair Fall into autumn unrepair And the more athletic college cops The students with the largest mops The moon will be full on the 21st and the password for the month will be Soak Standard Oil Everybody will run a lit tle harder for President Mr Bryans smoke will continue an interesting spectacle Mr Roos evelt will drop a wasp into the hip pocket of Mr Taft and that laggard will move up a couple of places in the race Mr Fairbanks will continue topass the grand stand every sevenseconds suck ing buttermilk with a nipple out of his pneumatic shirt front The war with Japan will sleep fret fully and Uncle Sam will sit by tho cradle crooning soft lullabyes and giving paregoric with a fun nelThe coming county fair is billed The big prizejiog is corned and swilled The pumpkin that will lift the prize Is watched with proud and hope ful eyes And the family mare to win the pot Is training for the county trot The autumnal equinox will come in on time on the 24thand Mr Harriman will absorb all wa ter that falls to use in floating stocks for development of our great natural resources The Standard Oil Company will place a twentyyear 4 per cent mort gage upon the earth and will pay the 20400000 fine imposed by Judge Landis Senator Bever idge will end his honeymoon a broad and return to the affairs of the Republic which will restore that feeling of security The summer girlromantic thingwill homeward come up on the wing rind show her neighbors for a week where some man bit her on the cheek The freckles on her arms told legs resemble those on turkey eggs and the neighborhood will bet ten per the men were only joking her The lucky wivesof millionaires Will put up jam and pickle pears But the most of us denied these boons Will pass the winter full of prunes Some rQd hot sealingwax lackwill fly down Nancys ten der back exploring where the flesh is bare and three shrill screams will pierce the air The men awnaliingat thepumpj will hasten thither on the jump but Nancy mid the fruit oerturned will not divulge where site is burned PresidentRooseveltjfreslvfroHi OysterBay will issue on the 20th a proclamation officially openjhj the oyster senson1qrniRond football players will cnn to tops White duck trousers will begin tx migrate A cometavill make onenight stands in the northeast siky Thoiveatherand politicians wiljjbecomes very agreeable No Lure vhEcli bas been in the nude for the outdoor fiimmer pninijii r season will put on a thinpossam er and the Corn HuskerflUnioii will promulgate new wngo scale by which they will got the corn and the farmer the husks The boys on Saturday are loose To stain their hands with walnut juice The cider swollen apples drip The pig squeals for a morning nip And the billy goat by Autumn cheered Lets cool winds frolic with his beard Summer excursion tourists will come home in a chair car with their skull grass full of carbon mites the aisle full of braided legs and the sawtooth chair back embossing the name of the railroad on their spines The Big Dipper will appear in the heavens upside down which will encour age Prohibition to resume his war paint and extend the booze drouth John Barleycorn will re turn to his guns with a Booker Washington tint under both eyes and his pants torn and the Ken tucky Colonel will toss in his mint bed while Carrie Nation rides a nightmare through the windows of his boudoir The cotton fields with boll and stem Are beckoning to dusky men And soon from cotton seed well boil The pure imported olive oil The Greeks began their year in September Our Labor Day was their New Years Day They did this because their families spent the summer at the seashore at considerable expense while the men played poker at home at even more expense This left I the Greeks badly in the hole and the only way they could get out was to have the new year begin September 1st and swear off drinking aiid Smoking at that I time This enabled them to save in September what we save in January and was a niuch better plan than ours Cheer up cheer up the summers oer the piping quail is up at 4 September sweet is on the job and the green corn ripens on tho cob- October crisp will soon be here With soft1 flllJing leafnnd sere With frosty morn and hunters moon And pumpkin pienotyetbutsoon- DOMINOCARDSFhe new household game that combines and excels both Cards and Dominoes Canvassers wanted to introduce in every cdinniunity Sample game and particulars postpaid oOcts DOMINOCAKIJS Coy 1807 Choufctau Ave St Louis Mo u tt tI Itt Mrs W N Bush has Just re ceived a new line of sailors which will be sold at popular prices For Sale Stock of drugs of the late Dr W Littlepnge Only drug store in town Apply to Mrs B Littlepage Clay City Ky Have you received an appoint ment to the Fall rerm of the State Normal If not see your County Superintendent at once about it The Institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys rural schools If you have not seen the new catS alog write a postal card request for one today Address R N Roark Pres- lUchmond Ky This valnable remedy la a cure for Dypcpeia Indigestion burn or or Sour Stomach SIck or Nervous Headache or NervonaDeblllty or prostration and all Diseases aristae rom a on dered coDdition ofthe Stomach Recommended by Physicians Pleasant to take It ia not neoeea ary to diet only In Very severe cases The stomach will soon be In such a healthy condition that one can seat most any kind of food Two Sizes 50c and SIIOD per belt If your druggist does not bare Itsend direct to F L SHINKLE- Nanut1oturlnc Pharmacist MUNCIE INDIANA Circulars and Ttttimonltdt sent on mllcatlon BlIK 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE sMARs 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Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Lexington Eastern Ry Effective Nov 18 1906 I KASTBOUSD Dni1 No2 ex Sun IIDallyStations 1 m A M fA Lexington 225 735 1 Winchester 310 818 L E Junction 355 83 Clay City 100 002 Stanton 410 010 ft I Campton June 440 93 I Natural Bridge 4 V 042 11 Torrent 4 SVT 050 BeattyvlllcJunc rtS 1017 0 K Junct 010 111B Ar Jackson 015 1120 I WESTBOUND No 8- Dally NoL Dai ex Sun Stations P M A m Lv Jackson 220 610 0 K Junct 2 25 615 BeattyvilleJunc J2O 707 Torrent 841 730 Natural Bridge 354 40 Campton Juno 357 48 II Stanton 420 815 Clay City 43 825 11 LEJunctionb07 858 Winchester 520 01- 2ArLexington605 955 CONNECTIONS L E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 3 connec with 0001 MtiSter lingCampton Junction All trains con nect with the MllulltalnCcntralforC- umpton Trains Nos 8 and 4 willmake connection at BcattyyUle Junction with L for passengers to from Beattyvilf 0 K Junction Trains Nos 8 and 4 connect with the O x By 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