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I e THE GLAY CITY TIMESt 50 Cents a Year in Advance R We are hereto help Clay City the SorroonJing Country ani Ourselves I E Burgher I bUshIVOLXII OLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19 J907 s 1i IsS S S SS- e t Just Received a Handsome Line of l Fall and- Winter Q e i Dress GoodsI I 1Ranging in price from t iiaigc to 150 per yard and Includes Sailor Suitings Y Cordura Cloth Melrose S Henriettas Serges e Sicilians in Check and Solid Colors I I A fuH line of Mens Womens I and Childrens Shoes II I S wI 2 J B EATON Leader In Low Prices sss ee a ee e ee ee e I You We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds r Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles anfl Etc StoreFronts tlbskinMclntosh- Kir Herman H Hoskin was Wednesday evening married to Miss Alma McIntosh daughter of Mrs Sarah Barnes at the home of the bride near thjs city Prof C W Campbell officiating After the ceremony the groom and bride re paired to the home of the former where a bountiful repast was served to a number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties The bride is the daughter of J J Mc Intosh deceased who died when she was very small She was sent to the Masonic Orphans Home where she remained until last year when she returned to the home of her mother Mrs A C Barnes a beautiful and accomplished young lady The groom is a fine young man a farmer and good business man who is being congratulated upon his greatest succes in life They will reside at the grooms home with his mother F R Davidson manager Ir vine Telephone Company was in the city yesterday looking after interest of their telephon line which they wish to extend to Clay City We trust hQ will sue ceed as connection betweon the two towns is badly needed t1 KEEP COOL Summer now is here and so is the Wfrm weather You need a cool suit to re lieve you from the opressivc heat They are a our fore I The kind to please when you are looking for STYLE FIT and And when it comes to price you cant beat that at this ttore the place to get everything you need jtt sim ply correct living prices only Come in and Let us Dress up ANNNIWyWINNNININJNIMWNNNWn1rM SHIMFESSELS Department Stole R6AN E MFG Go Winche terKYI Weatherboarding QUALITY We are Headquarters for Building Paper ifelt Roofing s Flintold Roofiing and Etc r ri d l Fy Send us Your estimates Prompt ShipmentsY r r i iVo r w tl1 i oi Kentucky Crop Report Notwithstanding very late and unfavorable spring under favorable weather during the month of Au gust crops are maturing rapidly and while they are late unless we have early frosts the prospects are excellent for a good crop of corn and tobacco Threshing of all grain is about completed The yield of wheat was small averaging ten bushels to the acre for the State the quality being good The prospect for a crop of corn is 88 per cent and the condition of this crop is 01 per cent Fall plowing has progressed nicely inmost sections and the indications are that the usual average of wheat will be sown Some tobacco has been cut and on sticks but the most of it is still growing and late plnitings are still in danger of early frosts Meadows have yielded an average crop of hay and it has been saved as a rule in good condition Pastures have been goodand all live stock is in fine shape Hogs are reported scarce and high in some sections Labor scarce and wages high all o ver the State Paper Will Soon Bt Soaring High The International Paper Com pany is buying all the print pa per mills in the Northwest and will combine them All of the mills in the East have already been combined It is predicted that within twelve months the price of paper will advance to six cents per pound That will cause the disappearance of penny papers and an increase in subscrip tion rates of every paper in the United States The dollar week lies will all have to raise to 1 50 or 2 00 a year or cut down the size of their papers We do not know how soon it will come but it is not far off Powell Man Nominated H G Garrett has been nominated by the Republicans of Clark county for Representative Mr Garrett very creditably rep resented this district iu the Leg islature a few years ago and is a business man of admirable traits If any Republican on earth is de serving of recognition at the hands of the masses it is Green Garrett and somehow it seems to us That he is very awkwarkly situated politically anyway i State Administration Indorsed The Temperance Committee of the State Conference of the Methodist church indorsed the State administration for its stand on the liquor question and demanding of all candidates for of fice an unqualified opposition to the licensed saloon All preach era and members of the church are asked to abstain from the use of tobacco and their report rec ommends the use of unfermeut ed wine for the Lords Supper The Republicans will hold amass convention at Stanton Sat urday to instruct for candidate for Representative The district convention will be held at Irvine Hie20 This is Powells time to name the candidate Editor jB Blackburn and Dr A T Knox are candidates forthe nom nation J I end rick at Stanton J K Hendrick Democratic nominee for Attorney General made a speech at the courthouse in Stanton in behalf of his candidacy to a large audience of Dem ocrats and Republicans His ar gument was convincing on the trust question Ho spoke highly of the condition of State affairs commending the officials for their discreet and prudent management Conference Appointments At the Methodist Conference in session at Frankfort for the Lexington district E S South gate has been appointed Presid ing Elder and W F Tyler preacher in charge Tim Rev It B Wilson our last years pas tor has been stationed at West Liberty Eld E G B Mann the retiring Presiding Elder has been assigned to the Lexington HillStreet Church License Revoked Because Mitchell Bros saloon ists of Lexington sold liquor on Sunday Mayor Combs revoked their license and closed their hours and made it impossible for thom to reenter the business in that city It seems that a Pow ell county son correctly under stands how to manage lawless ness oven in a big city like Lex ington Plenty of Apples Tom Cole was in the city Tues day with a wagon load of fine ap ples This is an exceptionable bad year for fruit in most sections but still we have an abun dance of apples supplied from the adjoining mountain orchards They sell for from 75 cents to 1 00 per bushel on this market The flavor is not good as usual being most too sour for good eat ing Protracted Meeting Closed Elder J H Johnston conclud ed the protracted services at the Vaughns Mill Christian Church last Thursday night with eighteen additions Prayer meeting will be held on each Wednesday night Elder Johnston has been called to the care of this church for the ensuing year Not In the Race Rev L L Pickett Prohibition candidate for Governor has chal lenged Hon A E Wilson the Republican candidate for a joint discussion of the temperance question but Wilson refused on the ground that Picket is not in the race Lee county last week published a complete list of the delin quent taxpayers This is jst right a citizen who refuses to pay a poll tax of only n 50 should be exposed to the public We hope to see the Powell county officials follow suit The Hazel Green Herald one of the best papers in the moun tains came out with a twelve page illustrated edition last week which showed the little town of Hazel Green to be a much better place than we thought for We have never been there H D Curry of Myers is hero together with the other children of Mrs America Curry who has been in a very serious condition for several days She has been suffering from some form of heart trouble but was thought to be a little better yesterday morning Win Harrison und S D Tyree inmates of the Confederate Vet eran home at Pewee Valley will return to the home today after a two weeks visit in the county to relatives Js 1- q All White Goods I All the Millinery aInthis store is now offered atIGreatly Reduced To be Iandj 1 Now is the time to buy one of those I I Beautiful Nobby Hats and at a price I thats bound to please and surprise you m Fashionable Dreesmaking connection i J Mrs W N Bush= Ii I i S THE TIMES IUHLISIIKD EVERY TIIttllSDAY 0 J B burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Coats per year in aJ vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered seconddugs mnlJ mutter Tkursdoy September l1lJ07 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices The below mentionedI Cincinnati Enquirer 1104C Louisville Commercial 75 I Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTSI For County Clerk rye are authorized to announce OHAS 1 wEN candidate for County Court Clerk nub feet to the action of the Demo party For Jailor We are authorized announce JOHN P OAYLORD candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party TO THE VOTERSOF laze Upon this Record of Republi can Administration of Pub lic Affairs from 1896 to 1900 Raised the tax rate in 1896 from 42i cents to 52J cents for the four years to fall at its close to 47 cents Notwithstanding left in 1000 a bonded and float ing debt of over two millions of dollars for Democratic officials tow meet with only 80388451 in Public Treasury wee Appropriated to public insti tutions for their betterment during the four years only 18090941 retiring in 1900 with no new departure along this line and with the institutions in deplorable condition and under an antiquated system of management w Established a record within the first few months of 1890 of placing the military power of 1890 a hove the civil power true to their instincts of radical hate and Southern Republicanism Con tinued this policy throughout the four years of the Bradley administration and during the short time the unspeakable Tayloy was at head of affairs using soldiers to prevent the General As sembly from electing a United States Senator in 1890 soldiers at the polls in 1800 in Louisville and at Frankfort lt 1000 to disperse theLegislature Such braz en violation of the Constitution by officials sworn to enforce its provisions encouraged their fol lowers to lawlessness resulting in the cruel assassination of William Goebel Gave the Common schools during the four years an average per capita of only 285 In 1800 in desperate effort to make cam paign material padded the per capita to 270 and left a deficit in and debt upon the School Fund of 27700000 which had to be paid by Demo cratic officials Republican legislators opposed the Kentuckys only Republican Governor vetoed the Democratic Railroad Rate Law delaying op eration of this splendid law for several years and thereby de laying reduction of freight rates to tie shippers of the State Assisisted through members in legislature in delaying adoption of the Uniform text book law a Democratic platform measure thereby continuing for several years the high prices charged for school books by the trust and cnnbleing them to dispose of a greater number of boooks at the expense of the tax pnyer by preventing the adoption of the uniform system The deficit in management of the two State prisons from 1805 to 1898 inclusive the period of Republican control was 278 11107 They thus spent more money in excess of income of the prisons in the three years of their regine than the Democratic party will spend in 1007 in pay ing salaries of all State officials circuit Judges and in maintaining the State Fair Normal Schools and Pure Food Station During the four years the Ag ricultural Department of the State government was operated only to pay salaries of its officials The farmers got absolute ly no benefits from it the then Commissioner turning back into the Treasury money appropriated for the benefit of the farmer The labor inspection branch of the Department was an absolute nulity nothing being done to benefit the condition of the work ing men in workshop mill or mine Expended for public printing and binding during the four years the sum of 18472425 or an average per year of 40181 00 The party is now making Democratic expenditure for this purpose a Campaign issue Gaze upon the Democratic record in the paralel of this pamphlet Republican Governor and Ora tor dropped efforts to collect the big Kentucky War Claim after investigating it Later after he had retired from office the Re publican Governor sought em ployment as an Attorney to assist in making the collection Look to the parallel column for what the Democratic Adminis tration accomplished in this matter DuringRepublican four years their management of the Insur ance Department of the State turned into the public Treasury in taxes 49080700 and in sur plus 2058241 The office was but seldom heard of in the in Alt Sterling Thursday Sept 36 On Horseback Across two Conti nents Col Wm F Cody Buf falo Bill ExOheif and last of the Great Scouts U S Army has led his careconquering hosts allied under the Standard of Buf falo Bills Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World Twentyfive years have passed since this historical ex hibition was founded For a Quarter Century Buffalo Bill has stood alone in a class by himself as an Entertainer and as an Illus trator of Western History in the early days His exhibition has Withstood the test of time and has been the Admiration of more than a score of Earths Proudest Nations Admiring Thousands have delighted in the heroic pic tures drawn from History and presented in an Entertainment always novel always true to the fundamental facts upon which it is based Authentic and Genuine a Mirror of History Reflecting Scenes of other days suranco world and no now inno vation mifrkcd its operation Destroyed through their con duct of affairs the confidence of their investors causing much capital to be withdrawn from the State and leaving such chaotic conditions in 1000 that Demo cratic officials found an enormous restoringformer In the above article we have given the Republican four years record and will next week give that of their Democratic successors Retain this copy and com pare them 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 con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustackiau Tube when this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing and when it is en tirety 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 ttn ale caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catrrrh Cure Send for cilculars free F J CHENEY A Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 76c Toke Halls Family Pills for con stipation Notice All persons knowing them Littlepageforwise are requested to come for ward and settle same with me at once Mrs B Littlepage Good Farm For Sale Farm of 200 acres 23 acres bot tom land good dwelling ofeight rooms fine orchard well watered close to churches and school j all necessary outbuildings three miles from Clay City on good road Land will grow good crops of corn tobacco grass and other products A bargain for some one For partic ulars see J E Burgher Clay City Ky WANTEDMan with force e nough men or women to milk 80 cows Would also hire two or three single men but must be sober and industrious Pay good wages Refereiioesllequired Apply to M B Love Paris Ky Administrators Notice c81tatewill come forward at once and set I tIe same and all persons holding claims against said estate will pre I sent same to me for payment prop- trly proven within the next thirty I days or same may be LLOYD barredI rtI M COURTNEY IresiJcnt Special S a e J i r 2 tf ti i OF Summer Dress Goods T I f 6ct Lawns now 4cts per Yd r 00 715 IL 5 jf 813 II 6 0 10it v 712 c 1212 10 ofT 15 I 13 J 25ot Lace Stripe Hose for Ladies 20cets pr pair k o 15 13is 5 Ladies Slippers in broken lots all sizes from r t 50cts per pair upr Laces and Embroideries big lot of patterns jJt- at greatiy reduced prices j r 7 0 MRS J W WILLIAMS0 CLAY CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake Ni The Lightest Light Rolls 0 And Flakiest Biscuit i Alado Wbon YoiiTJHO r Pearl ad Bakers Pride FlouJt Z o Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed 4 i 0 MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our LeadingMerchant T 1t t r Col4sCoughsandHive Guarantee Your money returned ifit ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose and without vomiting Always have a bottle on handlIt may save yoUr childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 its per bottle j 1 FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTSl tTHE ILEISNEN MEDICINE r j i l +++ffffb tf++ + + + + + + + + + + + ++ ++k ++WW + +fff+f+fffff g st- ICAPITAL f 550000- SURPLUS i 7000 I II CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KY J r r CIIAS u tVleepf LJPACTS AS DKPOSITORY AND OFFERSNAEti MODERN FACltITIKS TO INDIV1DUAIJ3ANI jv y r It CORPORATIONSDKSIRlNa AFEnANJUNf CONNKOT1OMS 5ri 1 y A T PITT Casifer 1 + p j 1 rrj J t- J iffffr3 +ff4 H W+i 4HX+ Hoffi3f3F Lf rfY Yffffi F Ff3 Yf fFf+rt+ +++fiiffifMl tfJI 1 t Jl J 1xq THE TIMES AN ALL lIOMI MADE PAPER THUKSDAYr Sept 19 3007 0 =LOOAJ1BIEVIIITS We have lain soims excessive hot weather this week Wi II Oassidy is at Big Stone Gap Vu on tic business mission J JE ToyiistMul of Yil ton was transacting business in the city Friday Grant Elkin and family of Millers Oreek lire visiting rela Lives near the city j J J Gurry of Lexington is visiting his mother and other rel 4ntives in the city Elder J II Johnston attend ed the Old Baptist Association at Torrent Saturday Mrs Sarah Eaton of Cincin- nati= 0 is spending a few lays t with her mother Mrs A Curry Mr and Mrs Benj McKin ney of ilucUcmlle were guests of relatives in the city Satur day J West French is conducting n class in vocal music at Powells Yailey The school rill close Friday night Misses Lillie and Mary Burgh er and Mollie Tipton of Win i Chester arc visiting relatives in ithe city and county rho crop of acorns was never I t better in this section and this will help greatly in the fattening 1ofthe farmers porkers Several from this county are I attending the State Fair at Lou isvillo this week lho show is i reported to lie a tine exhibition Mrs J W Ghalfin and daugh ter Miss Bessie of Oartersville Ga arrived lore Tuesday toi C spend a few weeks with home opts J ExPastor Hi B Wilson of the Methodist church came in yesterday afternoon and is now moving toliis now charge at West Liberty Win Whito of Hatton Kan arrived here last Thursday to visit his uncle G W BnlIUU and other relatives in this and Estill counties jjWin Waningwill have a pub i lie saleofnll his personal Frey ertyon Hard wicks creole Sa t Ill day and move to Bourbon conn tyioVnkC charge of a herd of dairy cows Elder J A WobbIt forluer a resident of this city has moved from rorre Haute Gad tq 1814 rr 3nstrn st San Francisco Gali whither ho orders the TIMKS sent to his address Grovor O Baker aged 21 years and Miss Marie lisle aged 17 years both of Lexington e loped to JoHurfionvillo last week and were married The groom is the son uf Eld Jus II Baker and a brother to Mrs W Nt Bush of this city Misses Frances Fuller of Bowling Green Mart olio Thom as of Jacksonville Flu Gillie Norton and Mollio and Bessie Hardwick of Stanton were of Misses Jlary stud Grace Shimfessol Tuesday night ojEvcytbingin Millinery at cot atMre Williams t 0 c K S Noel has sold his splen lid fruit farm near the city to Gip Cason of Torrent for 1005 cash Mr Noel will have a sale of his personal property Sept 28 and litter move to Missouri to re sideDont forget the Summer Sale now nut rilrs Williams Dick Conner formerly of this county has sold his farm near Spruce Montgomery county to John L Faulkner of Bowen at 55 per acre There is 150 acres in the tract Possession March 11908Tlie Great Council of the U njjted States Improved Order of Red Men in annual session lust week adopted an amendment to the laws of the order prohibiting membership in the future to all saloon keepers and bar tenders EditorBanker D B Wallace for ninny years publisher and editor of the Warsaw Independent arid last Asso1ciationwork and accepted a position as I Cashier of the Equitable Bank Trust Company of Walton Ky Lost and Found Lout between 930 pm yesterday and noon today II bilious attack with nausea und sick head ache This loss was occasioned by fmdingut Swann Day Lumber Co Je store a box of Dr Kings New Fife Pills the guaranteed cure for bili ousness miilaria find jaundice 2oc Adams f ven Married ut the residence of the Bridle at Dundee Wednesday Sept 11 Mr Taylor Adams to Miss Ersel Ewen the Rev II D Alums of French burg ollici ating The groom is a son of the llev Joe Adams of Bowen The bride is the youngest daugh ter of Mrs Dr Ewen and a most lovable young gidlUtlI the ceremony trod congratulations of the many friends they took toe afternoon train in a shower of rice for the grooms home at Bowen The Touch That Heals IH the luiiih of lUmkliiis Arnica Solve Its the happiest combina tiara of Arnica flowers and healing bitUams ever compounded No mat ter how old the sore or ulcer is this Salvo will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co at their store 2iie The BlueGrass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY alter for the Spring of 1007 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grupe Vines Anpara gus Shrubs Khulmrb and Small Fruits j iVo have no Agents ry nod General Catalogues olllipf plication H F Hileumeyer Sons C L USSP LL CONTRACTING PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER or i And Decorator In Oettcral- CLAY CITY KYJ Call and see my Nice Line of Wall Paper Samples t 0 r L Health In the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skilled workmen needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrain ed however by the fear of foyers and malaria It is the knowing ones those who have used Elictric Bitters who gd there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with E leetric Hitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stomach liver and kid ney troubles Guaranteed by Swami Day Lumber Go at their store 60c Heavy Damages In the Montgomery Circuit Court Mrs Blanche Brashear was given a verdict of 10000 against the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad for the killing of her husband Dr James Brashear in June of last year at the Levee pike crossing At the first trial of the case a verdict of 0000 was returned against the road but Circuit Jude Young grant ed a new trial on the grounds of excessive damages A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond hid Mr U D Williams lOr West Mall St saysIIIoppelt1 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 proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throui and lung remidies put together Used as a cough und cold cure the worldover Cures asthma bron chitis croup whooping cough juincy hoarseness und phthisic stops heinorrluiges of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store fiOc and 8100 Trial bottle free Dress Making Miss Kute I utchit son is now prepared to do all kinds of dress making and sewing Located in thoRed River Hotel New Watchmaker J P Mauppin 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 TIII Winchestei Bank iXCOHPOrATEU N H WiTiiEusrooy Pre Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of imli vicl uals firms and coruoratio IIP t 4- WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use All that tho name Implies A MarvelousRemedy for all ExternalPurposes Absolutely Free from all Poisonous f Ingredlants Cures Darns Bolls Cuts Sores Sors ChappedHandsFelons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores Barbers Itch Blood Poison resulting from rusty nails or other causes Bites from poisonous animals or insects and all Wounds Skin Diseases AT DRUGGISTS OR I BY MAIL POSTPAID j 25cperBox1 HAARER er SONS Ann Arbor Michigan i 4 1 1rl jlQSrni J I J 1 u J Its to our- Interestw r To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is ulwuy ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishings Groceries Hardware Ilaaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate your trade and take to exchange lot goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Tics and all kinds of timber which you muy have to sell Dont forget the place V IA E1 BARNETT SON I CLAY CITY KY We are Now Ready For the Spring Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandisa consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and children is the equal of stores in much larger cities Our Shoe Department is Complete with shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and lady shoes for tender fact shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of Every Other Department in the Store invited to call and inspect these goods we will 0takepleasure in showing you and strive to please you e SwannDay Lumber Co INCOKPOIItTIO Clay City Ky CRESCENT Stoves and Ranges Latea Improvementaonly the beat of metedala- Decd Strongly give the best of sat action Every CRESCENT stove and Range U accompanied a full guarantee Ask your dealer to show you the CRESCENT lInoont buy one claimed to be Just as Rood Insist on having the CRESCENT you always be pleased with It CRESCENT STOVE WORKS Evansvllle Ind herIinlnwPROVESSIOKAL GAUDS w R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY r The H Dodging Periodof a womans life is the name often given to lunge of life Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and r causes much pain and suffering bytaking I OFCARDUI Womans Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nervousness irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cola Hashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build yourlifeYou can get It at all druggists In 100 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH t ItufferedwdtesVlrclnlaRobsonofEarton roe so It surprised my doctor who dldnU know 1 was taking It i Ii 1OURHEW PATENT FIVE8U- CEINCANDESCENT WIRE CONE TOASTERConvex 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 HARKINS a WILLIS Manufacturers 1 Jinn Arbor Michigan Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY Unslnckend Lime In L quanti ty Will poll to denIer or coi apr at Lowest Prices Will deliver a Clay Oitor soil at the kilns 020 Lime 05 cents per barrel at the kilos or 75 cents delivered in Clay City oaac tii lCQn jTHaCOUCig t AND THE LUNCS WITH DrKigy New 1iw rw I ioa B ONSUMPTION andlOlOS or Prlca GOoSlOO Free Tr1111t Surest and Quietest Curo Car all I THROAT end LTJ1JO TEOUB TES or MONET BACK I e Virden We tire leaving some line au taunt weather now Aunt Matilda Evcrman contin Met very ill and her death is ex pected at any time C 0 Curtis was at I3oonesbor ouglf Ford and other points in Clark county last week Miss Sudie Curtis is with her aunt Mrs Jane Groves at Boonesborough for a few days stayThomas Ware and family of West Bend and J DL Everinan fancIfly Rules Ware and wife of Mnrslifiohl Ind are visiting rel plnceInndJohn McPherson tins moved from this place to Wm Fishers- in Clark county Mr McPher- sonj is a good citizen and we re- gretI his leaving us but wish him success in his new hom- eKimbrell I I Mr Golf of Indian Fields i wns here last Tuesday looking for cattle Mrs Thomas Curtis was visjt ing her sister Mrs Ann Patrick the first of the week- I N Orsborne lought sonic heifers through this section last week paying 8J cents per pound Younger Norris weighed up some steers here last week for which he paid 8 and 4 cents per pound Mrs Ben McKinney of Clark County was here the first of the week visiting her sister Mrs W G Patrick Elijah King and son Squire E N King are in Louisville this week attending the fair and visiting the formers children in New Albany Charles Crow and family of Hendricks county Indiana are visiting Mrs Crows mother Mrs Diantha Stone and other rela tives near here Rev H G Gardner of Trapp will preach at Kimbrells Chapel next Friday night and will preach his farewell sermon on Sunday following Bro Gardner has been a very faithful pastor and wo wish him success in his new field of labor in the Masters sere vice I SPOUT SPRING Joe McKinney visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Miss Nora Todd sold toTj Wright one mare and colt for 200 00 W T Christopher Jr of Cincinnati is visiting home folks this weep 1tS Christopher has rented a farm in Clark county and will move there January 1st Wrightleceased well and a good crowd attended Kveritt Burnett and Miss licckie Curtis daughter of A1 Curtis were married lucre Tuesday Sept 17th Mr and Mrs Benny McKin nLfyof liuukemlle have been visiting relatives here tins week Mrs Dollie Tuttlc formerly of this place is recovering from a lowawUeevere spell of typhoid favor ather home atFoni a K a Bert Burnett the sixteen yearold eon of Berry Barnett who has been lingering for sew eral weeks with typhoid fever died Saturday might Burial Monday at Salem graveyard Funeral services by Elder ice W McIntosh at the grave Willie White of Hutton Kant sas arrived Thursday to visit relatives and old friends His wife has been hero for four Weeks Mr and Mrs White left this place about twenty years ago und have been prosperous in their Western home Taylor Dont Like Kentucky In the Franklin Circuit Court Jubge R L Stout entered an or der suspending the warrants is sued against W S Taylor for mer de facto Governor of Kentucky who is charged with complicit in the murder Gov Will iam Goebel The action was t u ken on the motion of Common wealths attorney It B Frank lin for the purpoceofallowingTay lor to return to Kentucky and tes tify in behalf of Caleb Powers Mr Franklin in a state ment said it was for the pur pose of getting Taylor to make a statement in open court that his presence was wanted at the trial by the Commonwealth Tay lor declines to come- DOMINOCARDSThe new household game that combines and excels both Cards and Dominoes Canvassers wanted to introduce in every community Sample game and particulars postpaid SOcts DoMiNocAnna Co 1807 Chouteau Ave St Louis Mo r s JJ Itr71 oJ YiYr 1 9 tM t kigt M VS V j for in 0jJr3Il litI IAc 1J1 t1 irJ iN1W 3 1 tI WKG3si3 tugiAru-t auo uo ctCh r Q7i1C t3 OIIIjrset fJ am ri ll a enered- cd8 n rf f ty r I hno y UtLd tI1elv uLZhfetir n i ti ja34a crass nb cwu Etd Y oN 1UZ radwah Ry S yuurdryi r r cr ssi Se- deg0Fr8n liaY3 CO Ins 1 I a IU Y =u tt tCI lnOnd i I1 11 Mrs W Bush has just re ceived a new line of sailors which will be sold nt popular prices For Sale Stock of drugs of the late Dr B Littlepage Only drug store in town Apply to Mrs JJ Littlepnpe Cloy City Ky Have you received an appointment to the Fall Term of the State NoVmal If not see your County Superintendent at once about it Tho Institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys rural schools If you have not seen the new cat alog write a postal card request for one today Address R N Iloark Pres- Richmond Ky Tills valuable remedy la a euro for Dyspepsia tndlgestlonlIIeart burn Sick or Nervous iivaddche Ueneral or NervonnIJobllity or Prostration and all 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m- Lv a Jackson 220 610 t O A KJunct 2 25 C15 lIttyvll Juno 320707To- rrellt 3H730Natural Bridge 354 40 Citmpton Juno 357 H8 Stanton 480 815 825III r ArLexington005 055 CONNECTIONS E Junction Trains Nos 1 MtSterlingCuinntnn Junction All trains con nect with the Mountain Central for Campton Trains Nos3 and 4 will nmko con nectloimt fteattyvillB Junction with L A A Tinihvii for passengers to and from IJenttyvillo 0 A K Junction Trains Nos 8 and 4 connect with the 0 A X lly for local stations on that line WEEKLY COURIER r I JUURNAli Anil THE TIMES Path ono year for on- lyOne Dollar The Prllidrllllll election is up proiiiliinu Timo have changed That is all Mr Wattereon is n Democrat and Jtall always been it Democrat iiiVirn lep Jlll anEsli- entilll differences out of the way DenioeUs jire geHinjj together Tho f Courier tlnnriuil in going to support the ticket And there ypuilmvo it Send yii u order for this com binntinnlp ujl tnottp the Courier iloumali Tlio n g ularprico of the i Weekly 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