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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4 04 0 THE CLAY CITY TIMESf 0 lW 50 Cents a Year jhAdvaric We are hereto help Clay City the SnrroonJing Country and Onrselves d E Burgher I robnberIVOL XII 0 CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26 J907 i 1 Just Received a Handsome Line of i 1 Fall and- Winter0 S Dress Goods Ranging in price from 150 to 150 per yard and Includes Tailor BattingsS Cordura Cloth Melrose Henriettas I Serges S Sicilians In Check and Solid Colors A full line of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes U B I3ATONi SLeader in Low Prices e t t We Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Varandaa Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts Farmers Institute There will ho a Farmers In stitute held in each county of the State some time this fall The meetings will be held under the auspices of the Commission er of Agriculture and the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration The Powell County Institute will be held at Stanton Wednesday and Thurs day October 10 and 17 Fvery farmer in the county should attend this Institute as more good ideas can be obtained by attend ing these institutes than can be learned in years of every day ex perience such as comes under the ordinary farmers observation As in every other vocation of life its the best informed farm er that makes the most money and is the one that gets along the easiest and best with his work and gets the most enjoyment out of life Let us all attend the institute this year A local physician discourages the idea now that peo pIe eat too much but when they have to pay cash on the spot for it at the present high prices there is but little danger Tuesday Is the day to register II KEEP COOL v 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 our Store 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 store the place to get everything you need at sim ply correct living prices only Come in and Let us Dress You up 0 NWh11MW1IMNWWYMW4NWWWWWu MMdW1MNNWuWMWWWMMM4i4WW SHIMFESSELS Department Sto- reRJ1bIANCE MFG Winchester Ky r MaQUfacture Weatherboarding prevailing QUALITY Go Ii W rafc Headquarters for- Building Paper Fe1tIloofingF1lritoldRoofing and Etc 1 010 1 rwrt Send us Your estimates 3 4 jsi n 7o v Prtmpfi hipmenfi j ii v rn N tOo hc- M 0 0 i o gym m Death of Chas W Russell Chas W Russell sixtynine years of age died at the Norton Infirmary Louisville Thursday night of uremic poisOIiing He is survived by three sons and four daughters all of whom are well known to our readers Mr Russell was a native of Qreenup county though he lived in this county much the greater part of his life having served two terms in the Kentucky Legisla ture from this district He was a veteran of the Civil war being a Lieutenant in the Union army Mr Russell moved from Olay City to Louisville three years ago and there lost his wife one year later The bereaved fami ly have many friends in their old home who greatly sympathize with its members in their sad loss Knox Gets Instructions The mass convention of Repub licans met at the Stanton court house Saturday and instructed for Dr A 0 Knox for Repre sentative over Editor Blackburn The general convention will be held at Irvine today but it is not probable that Estill will have- a candidate as per former agree ment it is Powells time to furnish a candidate Dr Knox is a good man and worthy of the nomination and if we must have a Republican Dr Knox suits us BridgeMoney About All Paid There has been paid in to the committee in cha go of the Wal ters Ferry Bridge 000 00 This isnt enough to meet the payment of 1000 00 contracted for by the committee When enough has been paid in the bridge will be settled for and the approaches begun There is about 100 00 subscribed that has nor yet been paid in This should be paid at once so the work on approaches can begin A High Market Mr and Mrs Henry Waldron and son Herbert Waldron were in Cincinnati last week several days They came around by Louisville and spent a time at the State Fair They report a good entertainment at the fair Mr Waldron bought the fall and winter stock of goods for the SwannDay Lumber Companys store while in the two cities He says he found the market pretty high Attends Funeral Mrs Jennie Russell Miss Ber tha Mapel Mrs Sylvia Russell of Stanton R W Russell H G Walters Sam Carr and 0 M Clark attended the funeral of 0 W Russell at Louisville last week The last three named represented the Masonic Lodge of this city of which Mr Russell was aprominontkmember Fiscal Court Meets Tuesday The Powell Fiscal court will convene in regular session at Stanton Tuesdayat which time the regular semiannual allowan des will be made The court will ahw consider at this meeting the erectiqu of two more highway bridges One at Bowen and one at Stanton r Speaking Here Saturday Senator J W Newman Democratic nominee for Commission er of Agriculture will speak to the voters of this city Saturday afternoon at one oclock Sena tor Newman is a very pleasant speaker and will be entertaining for every one He is not a very hard fighter and our Republican friends could probably bear listening to his speech better than some of the other candidates so come out As we have no pub lie hall large enough to accom modate the crowd the speaking will be hold in the school house Moves to Paris W M Walling and family leave today for Paris where Mr Walling takes charge of a large dairy for M B Lovell This change was brought about by an advertisement in the TIMES Advertising pays always especially in the columns of the TIMES Last Wednesday evening while returning home from time Hos kinMcIntosh marriage Pat Hen ry was thrown from a mule he and some boy friends were rid ing and sustained a sprained arm and a broken collar bone Pat is doing very well considering the fearful wreck he has gone through Mr and Mrs H U Warmouth who have been on a visit to the formers brother Ed Warmouth at Terre Haute Ind returned home Monday There are a num ber of Kentuckians in Terre Haute and Mr Warmouth says they are all doing well Mrs Emma Mountz and family visited relatives at Lexington- the first of the week You want to vote Register Oct i Died at Stanton Miss Jessie Boone aged 15 daughter of Mr I S Boone of Stanton died Saturday last af ter a lengthy illness Burial at the Stanton cemetery Monday funeral services first being con ducted The bereaved parents have the sympathy of a large circle of frinds in their sad loss The Rev O J Ohandler a former pastor of the Methodist church here is now in charge of the church at Winchester Bro Chandler was very popular with the people of Olay City and his church here and we are sure he will be as well beliked by the good people of Winchester Kentucky has a greater mile age of good macadam road than any other state in the union In all there is nearly 10000 miles of such road in the State There is but little of this hood road in Powell however though there is no place in the commonwealth where it is so badly needed W R Ewen formerly of this county who recently sold a farm in Clark county has purchased another farm in the same county on the Mt Sterling pike 7 miles from Winchester He bought 100 acres of N D Sled at 80 00 per acre J B Eaton has purchased of Mrs Littlepage the telephon line from this place to Vaughns Mill and the line front here to Mt Sterling These lines are being put in first class condition by Mr Eaton In the election Tuesday 0kin homa went Democratic by forty thousand The Constitution car ried and State wide prohibition also carried The legislature will be safely Democratic n i mt INB 3tl lm B Ji jei I All White Goods All the Millinery In this store is now offered at i- I Greatly Reduced Prices I To be convinced call and see the Goods = I and get prices f Now is the time to buy one of those I Beautiful Nobby Hats and at a price I thats bound to please and surprise you 1 Fashionable Dreesmaking in connection Mrs W N Bush t i THE TIMES rUBLISIIKU EVERY THURSDAY J B Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year fb aJ Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns setind class InnH matter Thursday September 26 lOOT CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers wo have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and- Courier Journal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer Il6II Louisville Commercial 76 4 Homo and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Clerk Ve are authorized to announce CUM CourtClerkocratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce JOHN P GAYLOIID candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party LOOK UPON THIS RECORD Of Democratic Administration of the Public Affairs from 1900 to 1907 Confronted with a bonded add floating debt of over two millions of dollars in 1000 the Democrat io officials have met and paid it upon a tax rate of 50 cents Ev ery obligation has been met and June 30 last there was in the public treasury 204248 58 There will boon deposit at close of ad ministration 1250000 00 Total appropriadbns of public institutions duing seven and one half years of Democratic rule reach in round numbers 2700 00000 Every institution has been modernized and is being operated under most approved system and a new capitol pro vided for Found the military of the State practically merged into an armed mob when they came into power 1000 as result of its conduct by Bradley and Taylor Gathered up the broken fragments of the organization and gradually put it upon an honorable and efficient basis Have followed to the letter the provision of the Constitution that The Militia shall in nil cases at all times be un der strict subordination to the civic power This has been the Democratic idea of the use qf the military power in Kentucky in contradistinction to the Republican idea as illustrated and enforced by Bradley and Taylor Is Wilson a better man than his party V The average per Capita for common schools for four years hns been raised to 322 with a record per capita for this year of 840 which is not patfdetlfor- a single ceftt All debts of the School Fund are paid nail State Normal Schools have been estab lished Democratic legislators enacted the Railroad Rate law a Deno critic platformnneasiirt andun der its operation thousands of dollars have been saved to the sh of the State The Republicans thisyotirfeurcd to give opposition to the author of this law TUo Franchise tax law has been put into full operation un der Democratic administration though not with n view oppress ing but of bringing all to bear their propotion of titxation For the truth of this statoniet look at the iuditorsrDepartment for 1000 That year the railroad corporations paid taxes on a valuation of 24010 20200 or 12455180 in taxes Compare these figures with those in the column of last week Democratic legislators adopted a uniform text book law Geobel platform measure of 1800 there by bringing to the fathers of the Commonwealth uniform and better system of school books and at less cost than they had before that time men compelled to pay the school book trust This law enables the family to use the books until they are worn out From a deficit shown each year in the management of the State prisons they have been brought to pay a profit in their operation This profit from December 1004 to August 1007 was 200044 Democratic officials have made most advantageous contracts in history of the prisons the Frank fort prison showing an excess of income over expenditures for the month of July last 082123 While accomplishing these things the prisons have been moderniz ed In no department has Demo crane management accomplished more than in flue Agricultur al Bureau Formers Institutes a State Fair a Labor Bureau expert lecturers a Forestry Department and one Of Immigra tion are interesting farmers in every section and the farmer is having more money devoted to his welfare than ever before in time history of the State Tic Labor Bureau branch has ac om plished much for life and health of the laboring classes Democratic administration has expended for public printing in eight years the sum of 311mn D- Oor an average of 4801815 Com pare these figures with those in the column of last week and you will find an excess per year un der Republican administration of25G701 A Democratic Governorpress ed to collection the Kentucky Var Claim amounting to 1823 000 00 and secured its collection for a smiller percentage than is shown to have been paid by nay other State in the Union fora similar service He didnt em ploy his predccc sor id make the collectionsIII- I I During four years of adminia tratioiidr the State Insurance De partment by the Democratic offi cinls there was turned into hopub lic treasury in taxes the sum of 00817571 and in surplus the emuof 7428582 The Ken tucky Commissioner has bun ti leader nmnng imHriivufHtiiiils of the several States in proposing legislation 11 Public confidence has been ful ly rcsforeji in Kentucky under Democrtyfic adn ration This is best evidenced by tho showing nmountjofyears c total capital of 21500102000 organized in Kentucky Made a nullity of the franchise taxation Statutes of the Com monwealth not bringing corporate interests to pay their just proportion of the burden of tax ation and thereby leaving that burden to fall more heavily up on the individual taxpayer An evidence of this is given in the records of the assessment for the last year of their administration 1800 of the railroads The total valuation placed by them upon railroad property for franchise tax purposes that year was 12 80008100 on which valuation they collected only 5401007 taxes If you vote you must Register Be sure and Regext Tnesday Deafness nnot Cured by local applications ns th6Y can hot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by coni stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube when this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling soundor im perfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed Dearness is the result and unless the inflammation can betaken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten mo caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness caus ed by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catrrrh Cure Send for cilculars free F J CIIKNEY s Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75o Take Hulls Family Pills forcgn stipation Good Farrp For Sale Farm of 200 acres 23 acres bot tom land good dwelling ofeight rooms fine orchard well watered close to churches and schoolall 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 particulars see J E Burgher Clay City Ky WANTED Man with force e nough men or women to milk 80 cows Would also hire two or three single men but must be sobernnd industrious Pay pgod wages RefereiieesKcquired Apply to M B Lovell Paris Ky Administrators Notice J eSJtnteBotItieclaims against said estate will present same to me for payment prop erly proven within the next thirty days or same may be burred LLOYD TODD Admr IICOURrNfYt Special Sale OF Summer Dress Goods Got Lawns now 4cts per Yd 715 5 813II 6 10tt 712 1212 10 15t1325ct Lace Stripe Hose for Ladies 20oets pr pair 15It 13 Ladies Slippers in broken lots all sizes from f BOots per pair upaLaces and Embroideries big lot of patterns at greatiy reduced pricestM1- ASe JWWILLIAMS CLA CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White CakeiThe Lightest Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit t Are llndOWhcll You Uve Pearl and Bakers Pride Floui Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY CAIN VERSAILLES KY 1J Sold by our Leading Merchants The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds POSjIever fails the only remedy that cures onedose and withi- cut vomiting Always have bottle hand may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle FOR SALE DRUGGISTS THE GLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Soli Proprs Findlay Ohio i4 iiA 00 a64JJpJJ JAJJW4J + CAPITATJ S5OOOO t SURPLUS 7000tfoft f 1 nt i a r iII 1 r I I ii J t1 t tt ty tt it A I r I I tt JJC i Tt k ir 7 f f t J A It is in n on It t BY o o i o W AfA o u J ot y i rte r T 4 L CAY CITY NAT10Nii13NK 71 j CLAY cITY KX 11 r i tCIIAS SCOTT VicePre lent 1 jf t v v i W AOTSAH DEPOSITORY AND OFFJ3HS ALL MODERN VA OIIwiailKS APO INDIVIDUALS ANDj5 t f s i CORPOKATIONS OJKSIRINC1 sAl r IJAXKlNdT CQNNKCTIOMH ftr c 0 t t r oft I + t i AVT WIHTT Cashier C ok i f oft cr i r u bt yyh 7 J + J lY t Y + 0 O H rH fa1S 1fJO JSh t J + Ah + + r3JJ +Jri pJ r+ rI f f I T y- uY i =THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMAD1 PAFER THURSDAY Sept 20 1007 LOCAL BREVITIES Dont forget to Register Tuesday Oct tst- Miss Minnie Curry of Myers Ky is visiting relatives in the city S D Rose and Toni Hose were transacting bnsiness at Mt Sterling yesterday IMesdames B R Smith and A r T Whitt were in Lejcington a t few days last week Mrs N R Swope of Losing ton is the guest of her sister Mrs A M Burgher i W H Eaton of Cincinnati U was here a few days the first- I I of the week visiting relatives J F Clark who recently mov ed to Beattyville and had charge of the toll bridge there has moved back to Levee Wm Wallings sale on Hard wicks creek Saturday was well attended and articles sold well R L Daniel Auctioneer Oome to the speaking Saturday at one oclock There is no bet ter to be heard in the campaign this fall than Senator Newman We have had some weather almost cool enough for frost but j no frost yet With cool and dry weather corn is ripening very fast Oharlie Crow and family of Danville Ind who have been I visiting relatives at Spout Spring 1andKimbrell started for home Monday Mr and Mrs Wm White of Hutton Kanslis spent Sunday with Fletcher Barnett and Sunday night with H G Burgher and family Sunday last was the autumnal equinox the time whop theUays and nights are of equal length ihd usually a period of very unsettled weather Several from this city are attending Buffalo Bills wild west show at Mt Sterling today Oth ers will see this show at Lexing ton tomorrow Geo W Clark of Vaughns Mill was at Winchester court Monday and bought some suck jug mules and ho has since bought sonic in this county J W Ohalfin is in the city and wiil leave tomorrow for Lou isville He hits just completed one of the best baud saw mills in the South Cartcrsville Ga The protracted metting con ducted by Eld Newt L Shrop shrire of Lexington began at the Virden Christian church on Tuesday night All are invited We see where sonic persons Winchester have been indicted for keeping hog pen in Winches ter city limits It would be hard to enforce suchu law in Clay City DoMarcus Eestop mind Mrs Drusie Strnjige were married Saturdays September 21 at time residence of Dave Willoughby near the ritytho Rev R A Irvin officiating Everytliing hi Millinery at cost at Mrs Williams i fc 1 110 t r Dont forget the Summer Sale now on at Mrs Williams Democrats Register October i OPossum persimmons host = nuts and pumpkins will soon be ripe and in good demand Just a frost or too and the market will open The pawpaw crop must be short we havE failed to i see any on the market yet Soma Figures Kentucky produces over one seventh of the tobacco crop of the world and over onethird of the tobacco crop of the United StatesKentucky North Carolina and Virginia produce over onehalf of the tobacco crop of the United StatesWisconsinstands fourth in the list to tobacco producing states both in amount raised and price receivedKentuckyNorth Carolina Vir ginia Wisconsin and Ohio pro duce over threefourths of the tobacco crop of the United StatesThe average price of tobacco in Kentucky has advanced from 100 to 800 per cent since the lat ter part of 1000 due entirely to the organization of the farmers in the Society of Equity Lost and Found Lost between 930 pm yes terday and noon today n bilious attack with nausea and sick head ache This loss was occasioned by findingat SwannDay Lumber Cos store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousness miiluria and jaundice 25c In Memory of Bert Barnett son of fir and Mrs Berry Barnett Just one week Oh cnn it be One weary week we have mourned for thee pninWoslimingUpon dreamingIsHeaven retnincth now our treasure I keepsAndWhere now our dear Boy sleeps Isis AuntS A B The Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiebt combina tion of Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever compounded No mat ter how old the sore or ulcer is this Salve will cute it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Wo at their store 25o The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of Ifl07 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Aspara gus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small FruitsWe have no Agents Strawber ry aud General Catalogues on application H F Hil enmeyer Sons C L RUSSELL CONTRACTING PAINTER ANDS PER HANGER And Decorator In General j CLAY CITY KYI Call and see my Nice Line of WallPaperI Samples f 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 fovers and mulariu It is the knowing ones those who have used Ehctric flitters who go there without this fear well knowing they lire safe from nialuriotiB influence with E Icclrio Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weak ness and all stomach liver and kid ney troubles Guaranteed by Swann Day Lumber Go at their store SOC Died on Hardwicks Creek Henry Ware died Sunday morning at his home on Hard troubleingedservices at the residence Monday TurpinBurinlyard He leaves a wife and sev eral children 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 hus helped me and fully conies up to the proprie tors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and luhe remidies put together Used as a cough and cold cure the worldover Cures asthma bron chitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store oOe and 8100 Trial bottle free The California redwood tree never decays Fallen trunks byforeststhey fell Dress Al king Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do nil kinds of dress makingand sewing Located in the Red 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 workand satisfaction guaranteed THE Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED N H WITIIKRSPOON Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ gals firms Bud corporatio 84r WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use All that the HIM implies A Mmeleas Remedy for ill External Purposes Absolutely Fm from all- PolsoMn I Ingredients Cures Burns Bolls Cuts Sores SoreI I Throat Piles Eczema Corns Chapped I I I Hands Scabs Rheumatism UlcersIFelons Carbuncles Cancerous I Barbers Itch Blood Poison resulting I I from rusty nails or other causes Bites I from poisonous animals or insects andI all Wounds and Skin Diseases I AT DRUGGISTS ORI BY MAIL POSTPAID j 26e pirlixl HAARER do SONSIAnn Arbor Michigan Its to Your Interest To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is nlway ready to supply your wants in j Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Fur- nishingsI Groceries Hardware Hanness Saddlery Farming Implements andetc 1 I Our Prices are Right I So are Our Goods 8 We will appreciate your trade and taken exchange H fat goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have rm to sell Dont forget the place A E BARNETT SON CLAY CITY KY We are Now ReadyF- or the Spring Trade With a Carefully Selected stock of General Merchandise consisting of most everything the Family may need Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Vomen 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 feet shoes for baby children and shoes for every body at prices to suit you What is said ofour 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 iNCoaroMTio Clay City Ky CRESCENT Stovesand Ranges Latest Improvements only the beet or materials Cued Strongly built Klve the beet of eat Isfkctlon livery CRESCENT Stove and Range b accompanied a full guarantee to show you the CRESCENT nadont buy one claimed to be t aa KOOd CRESCENT yon will always eaiMo hwthe CRESCENT STOVE WORKS Evansvlllo Ind I Love knows on law but mother inlaw PKOFESSIONAL GAUDS yyaLJJ4 JJM ILILJIJIJ1 WLINLJ4N R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY The DodgingPeriod of a womans life Is the name often given to change of life Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change Lists three or four years and causes much pain and suffering bytaking Womans Refuge in Distress It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cola flashes weakness tired feeling etc throughthis yourmeYou can get It at alt druggists in 100 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered nrltes Virginia RoHon of Halt on MW until 1 took Cirdul which cured whodldntknow OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLICE = omfitsallConvex 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 coalsFor by Dealers HMIHS a WILLIS Manufacturers Ann Arbor Michigan Black Creek Lim Works RrS NOEL ProprietorC- LAY CITY KY r Unsluckend Lime in t quantity Will sell to dealer or cot 9i nt Lowest Prices Will deliver a Clay City or sell at the kilns 92 Lime Go cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay j City 11Ilt =coo i jfify rA- ND CURE THE LUSCS i I IiIFOR CARDUI INCAIJDESCENToNE TOASTER INetG ONSUMPTION OUGH8 and OLDS GJsSIOO PrieD 11 Trca Trial Surest and ulckcllt C THROAT and LUNG rofuclijl LES or MONEY BAOIC- t4 l i I N DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Tho Democrats of Olav Oity will meet in mass convention at pSaturdaycity ticket Let every Demo crat come outgKimbrell i Mrs Gee W Melntpsh and daughter Miss Lula visited Mrs W G Patrick 1l csd ty Dr R B Smith of Clay City was here last Tuesday to see Mrs Thomas Clem who is very sick Greenup Blanton of Fox for merly of this place had a sale last Tuesday and will leave in a few days for Indiana Mr W F Hall and family of this place visited Dillard Ball and family near Pine Grove Clark county the first of the week Rev Henry Gardner who has been pastor of the M E Ohurch here for tho past eighteen months preached his farewell sermon on last Sunday night and will leave next week for Minne sota SPOUT SPRING Thomas McKinney Thos S Christopher Moses McKinney and Asa Todd were among the Winchester court visitors Mon dayMr and Mrs Russell Christo pher visited the formers sister Mrs Dollie Tuttle at Ford a few days this week Mrs Tut tle who has been very low with typhoid fever is improving now very nicely Mr and Mrs Willie White and little son left Monday for their home at Hatton Kansas after severalwoeks visit of the latter to her parents Mr and Mrs W J Barnett and a brief visit of the former to friends and relatives in this and Powell counties t Mr and Mrs H Christopher started Friday in a buggy to vis it relatives in Clark county They had gone but a short ways when the horse became frightened and turned suddenly breaking the buggy up very badly and ejecting tho occupants but fortunately without injury The buggy was a new rubber tire ve hicle and a very line one PUBLIC SALE Of Bluegrass Land Live Stok Etc WEDNESDAY OCT 23 At my residence on Duncans Branch two miles from Rucker ville Wednesday Oct 33 I will sell at public auction my BLUEGRASS FARM OF 123 ACRES the greater part of which is set in grass well watered in splen did neighborhoodand closo to churchand school Wilhalso sell tho following described personal property Two good Brood Mares 2 3 year old Mare Mules B Mill Cows 7 Yearling Steers 3 Sucking Calves j 3 Brood Sows 8 Shotcs 8 Meat Hogs 1 iMlorse Uason and other ar ricles nut hero mentioned Terms announced on day of prolDptljtB F McKINNEY Perverted Creatures I met a woman carrying a Ted iy hear the other day and I Couldnt help but think vhint time forhillliiu1 call allot the last time previous to this that j had seen her she was carrying shaggy soreeyed oodle dog Tho woman who progress from a poodle to a Bear is making some pro ress anywllereExchange- Thls lsa bear story that will bear repeating It is hard for us to bear Teddy and we cannot understand how any woman can barn a Teddy Bear But possi bly one who has been bearing a poodle for a long time will find a bear a burden much easier to beurlmorethat of the woman who goes through life bearing nothing in her arms but a poodlo dog or Teddy Bear How can one boar a life so bare Exchange 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 workand satisfaction guaranteed Tuesday Oct ist Registration Day Notice All persons knowing them Littlepugefor I wise are to atlonceJINOCARDS1he new household game that combines and I excels both Cards and Dominoes Canvassers wanted to introduce inIevery community Sample und particulars postpaid 50cts DOJIINOCARDS Co 1807 Choutoau Ave St Louis Mo Ij IfC t iIArPlJJi1i ujj jno CtcpI fir curing t ItOOft ir nOlJS t3IIG and JJlJJ Ew ctJiJSM Cake no charA GTCOIvI i ctrtdOIIAL 6niIcredWItbbaedur i 1orhD idy on tho tnarut fhu o orVe loud a cmlgh- yrmin teat tv iT rd re so m ell ss trnlyagrandPadncai Ky yourdrqtperfectly tls1d- IHtirrIcaIIESi CO Inc I d11 oa craiJty 1 ii nr tfL Mrs WNDuhhas j stre ceiveda new line of snilnrs which will be sold nt popular prices For Sale Stock of drugs of tho late Dr B Littlepagc Only drug Store in town Apply to Mrs B Littlepugc Clay City Ky Have you received an appoint ment to the Fall Term of time State Normal If not your County Superintendent ut once about it The Institution stands for time 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 Roark Pres- Richmond KY TMi valuable remedy la a cure HeartburnSick or Nervous IIeadache General or NervousDebility or Prostration orderedRecommended by Physicians Pleasant to take It ii not neceMK ary to diet only in very severe cases The stomach willsooa bo in such a healthy condition that ono can eat most any kind of food Two SIxes 50c and SIOO per box If your druggist dues not have it end direct t- oFL CKINKLE Manufacturing Pharmacist MUNCIE INDIANA Cirtulart and Tctlimonialt tent on application 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGUTS c Anyone sending a ekctcb and ducrlntlnn ma quickly ascertain our ol lulnn free whether an CommullllIollutrlctl ntsPatentstptcial nottct without charge in the Scientific JlltI riCan A handsomely tllnptrnted weekly Inrireet ell Haritnnrma thaeLtloldlbfdivowedaleerrsn MUNN 8 Co36lOroadeay New York raucb lime twit y st Washington D TT7tt tcThe JLeurtiner InHurmioo Agents oftot JLJuHtcru lioiicuclf E t j l Over 200000000 i I Represented j fj t Every one who knows anything 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Junct 2 25 016 BeUtyvilleJunc320 7 en Torrent 341 780 Natural Bridge Iit 40 Cumpton June 85748I-I Stanton 420 815 I OUw City 485 825- H LE Junction 507 858 1 Winchester G20 01- 2ArLexiligton005 b55 l CONNECTIONS L Eo Junction Trains sln- nd3 cornice with G 0 for Jit Sterling i Campton Junction All traina con nect with the Mountain Central fog Compton Trains Ncs 3 and 4 will make con nection nt Beattyville Junction wit- hIA passengers to and from Beattyvillo 0 K Junction Trains NQS 3 and 4 connect with the 0 KRy for t local stations on that knit 4 WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL J hliAral THE TIMES i Bth ono ycar for only One DollarT- he Prp irleniial election is ap proiirhing limes have changed iThut is mill Mr Watterson is n Democrat and has always been n Deinncnttncvtr It lepullican Es sential differences out of the way Demociits url getting together The Courier lonrnnl in going to support theticket And t lure you have it Send your orii r for this com lint tion to UHT not to the Courier 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