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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0j I 1 gM J r 1 4 THE CLAY CITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance mare here to help Clay City the Sorronnding Country and Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher I IYOL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 3 I90T NO 40 t tJust Received a Handsome Lire oft l Fall and- WinterI Dress Goods i Ranging in price from 3 5150 to 150 per yard and Includes 5 Tailor Suitings Cordura Cloth i Melrose 2 Henriettas Serges Sicilians la Check and Solid Colors A full line of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes S IJ B EATON Leader la Low Prices rKEEP COOL u- pSHIMFESiiLS Department RfiblAN fiMpG Winchester We Manufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets ifitaitwaye Shingles Etc store Fronts Senator Newman Speaks Here Senator J W Newman Dem ocratic nominee for Commission er of Agriculture spoke to aver welt filled house in this city Saturday afternoon speech was along the regular line of the cam paign though he made a special appeal to thevote of the farmers and declared that the farm ers in voting the Republican n ticket displayed the most chari table act possible for them to make Mr Newman is a pleasant speaker and his speech was well received eThe Registration The registration in Clay City Tuesday showed a total of 180 81 Democrats 30 Republicans and 10 Independents This is a considerable falling off of all parties except in the Independents There has been 200 votes polled in this city and this number of voters are evidently in the city today but they did not register Tuesday Dont forget to hear Governor Beckham and Ruby Laffoon Democratic candidate for State Treasurer at Stanton next Thurs day at 1 oclock Summer now is here and so is the warm weather You need cool suit to relieve you from the opressive heat They are al out 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 tore the place to get everything you need at sim ply correct living prices only Come in and Let us Dress You Stoic t nO doJJIKy r and His r a We dre Headquarters for Bul d ng PaPer Felt J Flintoidiloofiing and Etc t Send us Your estimates I Prompt Shipmentsjr i 17 1i t S fJ Ganderbones Oct Forecast COPYRIGHTED 1007 nv c n RIETnI I Welcome welceme sweet Oc tober whne the quail shall whis tie shrill when the coalman gets in action with his pesky little bill when the frost and pump kin poet sings the old familiar strains and the football gladia tors scramble one anothers brains Doubly welcome hallowed sea sSnsWhen the wild goose travels space When the hunter in the wildwood Shoots the rabbit in the face When the last years hat made over Shows up in the new fall stock And the bugfed turkey shudders Every time he sees the block Secretary Taft will be the lead ing presidential candidate for the month Ho will reach Japan on his trip around the world and when he steps ashore the island will tip up The Mikado will have him lifted to the Imperial Roof Garden with block and tack le and the populace will hole the roof up while Bill and Muts uhito eat rice cakes together and open a few bottles of saki to the j continued amity of nations In our country President Roosevelt will proceed early in themonth upon his annual fresh water cruise He will go down the Mississippi from Keokuk to Memphis while cheering multi tudes congregate J n the banks and count his teeth Uucle Joe Cannon will buy another thou sand feet of lightning rod buck wheat cakes will renew their tug ofwarwith Epsom salts in the in nards of man and the cost of living will take a birdseye view of the economic proposition The autumn nights inspiring shall grow a little longer and the breath of fall on cider sweet shall grow a little stronger The hus bandman shall sell his hogs and think to prosper on it but the good housewife will take the dough and buy a winter bonnet The husky husker in the corn Will trill his little ballad The raccoon in the forest deep Will eat persimmon salid The robin redbreast growing chilledWill southward flutter And the angels in the skies will catch The scent of apple butter The moon will be full on the 21st Campers will go off to the woods to play poker all nighVand Qleepall day Hog iIling time will fill the hog with concern for his near future and he will hustle around after acorns in philosophic enjoyment of his last few days The farmer with the Who is prone to giving Will figure up the mortgageI From wheat and corn And wonder ifhio Will pull him out the hole Qr whether he will have to give A mortgage on his soul The hunting season will keep the rabbit on the wing and the uail on the jump The crack shot from town will range into the country with his burrproof gun and his hammerless cordu + roys He will flush a bird and almost hit a cow and then buy his game from a native who sports a bored out army musket The Amalgamated Game Self Preservation Society will soon re quire all hunters to carry a large license tag so that all game may know when it is legally shot at Be glad be glad the worst is past The next few weeks look good The tramp has quit the road be cause Its time for sawing wood November crisp is on the way Withcold Thanksgiving airs And the President will set the day In time for turkey prayers WRITE TODAY for free sample piece and particulars of Dom inocards Cards and dominoes combined Greatest household game ever invented Instructive for young Fascinating for old Excellent holiday present COc postpaid DOMINOOA11DS CO 1808 Ohouteau St Louis Mo Burnam and Knox At Republican convention atI rvine Thursday Judge A RI Burnam of Richmond was nom inated for State Senate and Dr Knox of this county was nomi hated for Representative Every term of State Senate has n nu n been filled by a Madison county man and Madison county men only have been nominated by both parties since the district formed a number of years ago all because Madison has more votes than the other three coun ties combined In the district Powell Estill and Lee The Es till Herald dont like this and speaks as follows The result was about the same as has been the case for thirty years the Mountain man has the promise of a clear field Dr Evans of Beattyville was the only candidate to enter the convention with instructed votes and had Madison consid ered her promise of four years ago binding Dr Evans would JudgeBurnamnam who has held the office the Lord knows how long By the way isnt there an A R Bur nam Jr i Burgher Hamman John W Burgher and Miss Ella Hamman were married yesterday evening at the residence of Philip Hamman in this city at 780 tho Rev R A Irvin offici ting The groom is a son of H G Burgher of this city The bride is a daughter of Philip Hamman The TIMES extend congratulations a All White Goods I All the Millinery f- In this store is now offered at g Greatly Reduced Prices I- To be convinced call and see the Goods I and get prices S Now is the time to buy one of thosel Beautiful Nobby Hats and at a price thats bound to please and surprise youI Fashionable Dreesmaking in connection Mrs W N Bush Imt n + + f + ct-I INSURE WITHI Fe A LYON SON The Leading Insurance Agents of Eastern entuckyOver 200000000 Represented kiEvery one who knows anything about insurance they are loaders in this line + f + + ++ + + + iTHE TIMES rUULISUED EVERY THURSDAY J E burgher publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in air vance othcrwise75 Cents Entered as sccatidclnse mail mutter Thursday October 3 1J07 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 U Home and Farm 75 i ANNOUNCEflENTS I For County Clerk Ve are authorized to announce OHAB KWKV candidate for County Court Clerk subject to tho action of the Dem ti ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized announce JoN- I GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to tho action of the Democratic party Reports from Louisville are to the effect that the Kentucky State Development Association permanently organized at the Fifth State Development Convention held in Winchester last October is rapidly maturing its plans for an active campaign in the interest of state develop ment The Association has call ed the Sixth State Development Convention for Lovisville November 19 20 and 21 President E J McDermott of the Associa tion is arranging the most inter esting and entertaining three days programme in the history r of State Development The con t vention will be addressed by men of national and international reputationexperts in their sev eral lines The Association however is laying its plans for a scope of work much broader than can post sibly be attained in an annual convention It is its purpose to exploit to the world the untold wealth of Kentucky day in and day out to the end that our prod U ts and resources may command the attention of capital seeking investment The constitution of the Association adopted at the Winchester Convention calls up on the public spirited citizens of Kentucky to take membership in the Association at 100 a year In addition to this every Fiscal Oourt is asked to make a small appropriation towards the sup portof the Association At the semiannual sleeting of the Fis cal Court of this Powell county being held this week our County Judge and Magistrates will be asked to appropriate 21 00 This may be done now legally as the last General Assembly gave to Fiscal Courts the power to make appropriations for the exploita tion of the produnts and resourc es of their counties The Coun ty Judge and every magistrate of our county by making this ap propriation will be clothed with authority to name two delegates each to the Sixth State Develop meat Convention who by virtus of this appointment will become members of the Development Association for the ensuing your The object of the State Development Association as outlined- in the constitution shall bo to i discuss and promote such matters L as will advance the interests and redound to the benefit of KcntiicTiirecoiiiJileiid nIl need j ed and beneficial improvements in the States affairs j to adver tise the resources of the State j to secure suitable information con cerning immigration to the State and make efforts to induce desir able immigrants j to do all and everything looking towards the advancement and development of the State in 011 branches of in dustry and to have for its princi pal object the making of Kentucky u State second to none in wealth education enlighten ment and influence Sush an As sociation deserves and should re ceive the support of every com munity in the State It is our hope that the Fiscal Court of our county will not turn a deaf ear to the appeal of theIAssociationis represented every section of Kentucky but on the contrary will make an appropriation of the amount asked for City Democratic Convention The Democrats of Clay City met in mass convention at the council chamder Saturday night for the purpose of naming a city ticket 0 W Barnett was made permanent chairman and J E Burgher secretary The following candidates were nominated by acclamation- J E Burgher Mayor j T J Fletcher Police Judge j Councilmen J H OKear S D Rose Win Mountz 00 Eaton Tom Edge- J T Newkirk The convention was a very harmonious session and every thing points to victory for De mocracy in Clay City this fall IEasy to Mix This What will appear very interesting to many people here is the ar ticle taken from a New York daily paper giving a simple prescription as formulated by a noted authority who claims that he has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case of backache or kidney or blad der derangement in the following simple prescription if taken before the stage of Brights disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtimeA druggist hero at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingre dients are all harmless and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so lIe further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afllictions with splendid results he could see no reason why it would nut be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinury troubles and buck Uhe as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those pf our readers who suffer can make no mistake in giving it u trial M A Slick Swindler Here is a new one A well dressedstranger presents himself at a farm house and tells of his loss of a valuable diamond pin in the road and solicits time aid of the children to help him find it No pin is found but be giveshisnaume an offer of a reward of 100 for the finding and return of the pin a few days later a tramp appears at the farm house and asks for something tooit At the same time he tells of finding a handsome pin down the road The family eagerly purchased the pin for a good price expecting to se cure the 100 reward for it But when he writes to the address of the stranger no reply comes and in time he discovers that he is buncoed and that the pin he has purchased at a fancy price is simply a worthless piece of glass in gilt setting worth probably 10 cents N It Swopo will leave today for Now River Tenn where he will do mechanical work on a large saw mill going up thereat fancy wages There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local dis ease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dis ease and therefore requires consti tutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Oho ney J Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on thE market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon ful It acts directly ou the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials AddressF CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 76c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation I Good Farm For Sale Farm of 200 acres 23 acres bot tom land i good dwelling of eight rooms fine orchard i well watered i close to churches and schoolall necessary outbuildings 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- 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 ReferencesRequired Apply to 11 B Lovell Paris Ky Administrators Notice All persons indulged to tune cS1 setItieclaims against said estate will pre 1 sent same to mo for payment prop erly proven within thee next thirty days or same may he barred r LLOYD TODD Adrnr i 3M COURTNEY President See us f6FYc t- pCloaks and HatsB- efore you Buy e A Mrs J W WilliamsC- LAY CITY KENTUCKY j The Whitest White Cake IyThe Lightest Light Rolls J And Flakiest Biscuit i T Are Made Wlieii YouUse 1J Pearl and Bakers Pride Floiiii Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteedtt MANUFACTURED BY J CAIN VERSAILLES Y i f Sold by our Leading Aierchantit f x I The great guaranteed cure for Croup Colds pasI ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dOse and with cut vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 fits per bottle SALE BY DRUGGISTS rFOR COMPANY Sale Prprse FljHHay Olth c v+++++++++++++ + ++++++ ++++++ +++ ++++++ 4+ ++ ++ ++ ++ + ++ + If M CAPITAL S5OOQO t SURl iris tf 41 t 1 II A F LAY CITY NATIONAL BANm CLAY CITY KY i I fw Ia CIIAS SCOTT t I rVice Ireslient fol friTyfi1 iACTS rlJAS UEP08ITO1JY ANI OFFERS ALt MODERN FACILITIES TO asmVlimAIJ3 AND COKffollATIONS DESIKINX3 SAFE UANK1NCJ CONNECTIOMB 1IIQI 1 t t Vr I M A T WIIITT Cashier r I j I Ir K r LJ J x 4 H r 4+ dOII vWv CN + Hi X i1 ++ 4 Hp4 t4Fri I 1 f q +oe a =THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAFKR THURSDAY Oct 8 1007 LOOAl1BIILVITIBS J F Clark of Levee was here MondnyIMrs T N Rich is visiting rel ratiyes in Madison county irftr J H Powell has moved iron Virginia back to old Powell N R Swope of Lexington is visiting old friends in the city The Christian Church is being repaired and repapered this week Sam Russell and wife of Ir vine were guests of relatives in the city Sunday W E Heflin of Ruckerville was transacting business here Monday and Tuesday J F Cox President of Ute Bowling Green National Bunk Was in the city Saturday Taulbee Mountz and Louie Bradley are at Paducah attend ing the K P Grand Lodge Clarence Miller Supt Schools Estill County was the guest of friends in the city yesterday Joel Mountz entertained a number of his littile friends Sun day in honor of his Oth birthdy Mrs Mattie Henry of Lexing ton visited her sister Mrs Rus soil Mount the latter part of last weekI0 S Hardin has returned from a fishing and hunting expedition on Lake Michigan and reports a jolly time Miss Mary Shimfessel has en tered the Kentucky State College at Lexington and will take a com plete course Mrs W B Thompson of Jackson was the guest of N her friend Miss Maud Coulee a few days this week Our city assessor has been busy this week taking lists The as sessment is running about the same as last year See notice of farm for public sale in another column ThisJand is personally known to the edit or and is a good place to make money on Oorncnttinghns begun with the farmers though several weeks later than usual The yield oar upland is good while in the low bottoms it is only fair MrsMattie Henry formerly of this place has purchased 8VJ acres of land from Jas W Scott on the Wades Mill pike near Winchester for 400000 Mrs J VV Williams and Mrs Ann French are in Louisville this week The former is buy ing her fall and winter stock of goods for the store here Mrs Robert Russell has re turned from a protracted visit tot her sisters Mrs 0 B Dixon at Jackson and Mrs Hoary Shat tuck n Banford Lee county Irlt Gov J 0 W Beckham and Ruby Laffoon Democratic nominee for State Treasurer will speak at Stanton Thursday Oct 10 at 10 clock Every one is in vited tocome out and hear these noted speakers address the peo pie Xvv i A E Rankin State agent of the Champion Bridge Company was in the city yesterday on 11 business mission Claude Carr has moved to the Methodist parsonage The Rev Tyler Pastor will remain on his farm near Campton and meet his appointments by train travel John n Prentiss aged 04 died in Lexington this week of heart trouble He was the father of the Rev Geo D Prentiss pastor of the Methodist church here in 1005 Station Camp magisterial district in Estill county will vote on localoption Oct 15 This is the last of the Estill precincts to vote on the question all the others be ing dry I N Bowen a prominent cit izen of the upper end of the county was in the city yesterday Mr Bowen has recently sold nIl his land in thiscounty and in a few days will move to Ellington Wis A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted constipation follow inn liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate tbe liver pre vent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 25tf at SwannDay Lumber Oos store The New Capitol The new State Oapilol Build ing at Feankfort will be complet ed by January 1 1008 Grounds was broken for the work on May 30th 1005 and when it is for merly turned over to the Legislature it will have been erected in 81 months The entire cost of the building will be 1108004 and the architects fee is 51801 His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is- now eight three years old thrives n Electric Bitters writes W B Brunson of Dublin Gn She line token them for about t o years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weak ness and general debility Weak pnny children too are greatly strengthned by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney trouble by Swann Day Lumber Cos store 60o The Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Aspara gus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no Agents Strawber ryaud General Catalogues on ape plication H F HiFor meyer Sorts ss rssss C L RUSSELLI CONTRACTING PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER And Decorator In Qeneoal CLAY CITY KY Call and see my Nice Line of Wall EaperI Samples Hurdwick Company have begun the erection of a large two story brick building at Stan ton the same to be used as a general store for the company The building will adjoin the bank and be a handsome structure Out of Sight Out of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies witl special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with ttucklei s Arnica Salve Its out uf sight out of mind and out ol existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed Swann Day Lumber Cos store 25 Doctor Must Damages In an opinion by Judge Nunn the court affirmed judgment of the Pulaski Circuit Court in a damage case of J A Baute against Maggie Haynes The ap pellee a nineyearold girl lost unarm which had been broken through alleged carelessness and negligence upon the part of ap pellant who was the attending physician She sued for 5000 and secured judgment below for 1 000 The court here says the evidence properly went to the jury and no substantial error was committed during the trial The contention of appellant was that ho was not employed to at tend the patient after setting the broken bones Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prospers Kansas of today al though a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He says hI was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day und could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one botlre to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and ung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store 60c and 41 00 Trial bottle free Dress Making Miss Kate Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress making and sewing Located in the Red River Hotel THE Winchestei Bank INcORPORATED N H WmiERsrooN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and coruoratlo us 84 WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy fa Fatuity Use III that the ImpliesI A MarvelousRemedy for all ExternalPurposes Absolutely Free from all- Poisonous Ingredients Cures Burns Bolls Cuts sores Sore Throat Piles Eczema Corns Chapped- Hands Scabs Rheumatism Ulcers Felons 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 11IAnn Arbor MIchIgan I S tl r t ijMJt fiil fi2 f N Its to Your I InterestT f j1 11- t Iii H To spend your money where it goes the farthest r dad you dont have to go far to find chat place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants 1 Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes inIjj nishings Groceries Hardware Haaness oddler H Farming Implements and etc t I ISoWe will appreciate your trade and taken exchange j j for goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest fe market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and all kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the placei- A E1 BARNETT SON I t CLAY CITY KY 1 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 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 feet 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 You are invited to call and inspect these goods we will take pleasure in showing you and strive to please you SwannDay Lumber Co INCOKPOHAUD Clay City Ky m m II L IIStovesLatest Improvemontaonl the beetormaterWs need Strongly built give the best or sat Ulkctlon CRESCENT Stove and Range U accompanied with a full guarantee IAsk dealer to show you toe CRESCENT line ont buy one claimed be Just as good insist on having the CRESCENT you alwaya be pleased with it CRESCENT STOVE WORKS Evansville Ind Love knows on law Gut mother = inlaw V to PROFESSIONAL OARDS- W4NLNNJMIJWNNyUMW11NNINryWNIWNJW41h- R AlRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITHM O PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Bile Poisonhas a very bad effect on your system It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all its tearful Ills Bedfords Black Draught is a bland tonic liver regulator and blood purifier It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever jaundice nervousness Irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It Is not a cathi tic but a gentle herbal liver medic ne which eases without Irritating Price 25c at all Druggists t tw OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLI- CEINCANDESCENTI i WIRE CONE TOASTERConvex Grooved Edge catches the crumbs Open top toasts the ffth 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 j Ann Arbor Michigan Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslnckend Lime in L quanti ty Will sell to dealer or cot qJ at Lowest Prices Will deliver a Clay City or sell at tin kilns 92 Lime G5 cents per barrel at tin kilns or 75 edits delivered in Chn City Clr+ lfa1 I KJLl THE COHUatt1I AND CURE THE LUNGS KgsNew I f IFOR cONSUMPTION PrlcoI ITBRO n 1 Virden Aunt Tilda Evcrmnn still continues very poorly Robert Potts son of A M Potts is very ill with fever Tn Ware was in Snow Creek neighborhood last Friday on business Thomas Larison of Genet at meetinglere Mr Thomas Fletcher and Prof Campbelland wife of Clay City attended church here Tuesday night G W Curtis and wife of Old Pine Ridge visited the formers brother 00 Curtis and family Sunday The protracted meeting here conducted by Elds Newt Shrop shire and J W McAllister ie still going on We are having large crowds and fine preaching Mr Killes Ware and wife left here Wednesday morning to vis it relatives in Clark county and at Lexington after which they willreturn to their home nt Marshfield Ind The Junior Order of the West Bend Lodge will have a big flag raising the 10th of this month Prof Harding will be present and do the speaking Refreshments of all kinds on the ground SPOUT SPRING George W McIntosh bought two calves of George Cooper for 25 00 D McKinney of Winchester is here tha guest of his brother TVS McKinnny Mr and Mrs Allen Orsborne of Winchester are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs W J Burnett Thomas Sparks and Miss Adi lee Hull were married Thursday September 20 at the residence WHallElder Geo W McIntoshand son Robert sold 80 head of 1100 pound steers to Mr GofT at 4 cents Thor will be weighed up at once J D McKinney nnd wife of Hudson Illnrevisiting rela tives in this community Mr McKinney moved from this place Jan 1 1882 County Supt of Schools Clar ence Miller is visiting the schools in this end of the county this week Ho was in our school WednesdayPUBLIC SALE Of CIueRtass Land Live Stock Etc WEDNESDAY OCT 23 At my residence on Duncans Branch two miles from Riuker yule Wednesday Oct a3 I will sell at public auction my BLUEGRASS FARM OF 123 ACRES ho greater part of which is sot in grass well watered in splen lid neighborhood and close to hnrcli and school Will also sell he following described personal jropeity Two good Brood Mares 2 8 year old Mare Mules 8 Milk Cows 7 Yearling Steers t Sucking Calves tl Brood Sows 8 Shotes 8 Moat Hogs 1 2Horse Wason and other nr idles not here mentioned Terms announced on lay ot ProllHtJt10BF McKlNNEtf 0 Will Soon be Ready The Walters Ferry Bridge which hay been completed some weeks has been taken up by the committee and paid for by them Not quite nil the money has yet been paid in by the subscribers to settle for the dridge but this will be met by the time the ap proaches are completed PO the bridge can be opened for travel in n few weeks The Powell Fis cal Court now in session has paid 700 00 toward the construction of said bridge 100 00 to com mittee for right of way paid Cur tisBowman and 000 00 on bridge proper They also allowed 200 toward the construction of the approaches This together with local aid in making the fills to the trestle will it is thought complete the approaches Relatives here have received notice of the death of Joe Swope at Cincinnati who was electrocut ed by coming in contact with a live electric wire He formerly lived at Hardwicks Creek and the remains will be taken there tomorrow for burial The fifteenyearold son of A M Potts died at his home near Virden last night from the effects of an injury sustained some two weeks ago when a mule in a bug gy ran away with him throwing him from the vehicle H Stuntebeck of Covington Ky was here the first of the week looking at this field in view of starting a drug store Ho I was well pleased with the outlook and said lid would come n gain soon I Young Men and Ladies with Am bition should Learn Telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which I goes into effect next March over I 13000 additional Telegraphers are required by 4he Railroads in the f United States Positions pay from i= 00 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in 3 or 4 months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati Ohio New Watchmake- rJ P Mauppin Watch and Clock repairing of nil kinds on rcasonabln terms Now located in the Adams Hotel building for work in his line Prompt attention to all work and satisfaction guaranteed Notice All persons knowing them Littlepagoforwise are requested to como for ward and settle same with me at once Mrs B Littlepage 44 tt tCllr1TOtTt 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 lute Dr B Littlepage Only drug store in town Apply to Mrs B LittlepageClay Ky Have you received an appoint ment to the Fall Term 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 cat alog write a postal card request for one today Address R N Roark Pres- Riehmond Ky Thla vnlnablo remedy Is a euro for D psla Indlgestton Heart burn Acidity of or Sour tomacb Sick or Nervous neadacbe Genera or NervousDebility or Prostration ana oil Diseases arising from a disor dered condition or the Stomach Rewmmended by Physicians Pleasant to take It Is not necessary to diet only In very severe cases The stomach will soon be In such a healthy condition that one con eat most any kind of food Two Sizes 600 and SKOO per box If druggist does not have It send direct to F L GHK3KLE Manufacturing Pharmacist MUNCIE INDIANA Circular and Ira tnu ntals sent on application 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE Anyone lending a sketch and our opinion roC whether an- ItivenllnnI7 probably tloRmtrlctlrconOdontlnl HANDBOOK on Patent patenuIntontntptclal notice without charge lathe Jftnerieain A handsomely IllnstrMPl weekly TmTOst cit vearrtfour any tha a 1 BOLd newlwailcra JiUlNNGou TaeMDESICNSI Scientific I r ranch umce SL I HIGH BEST BUGGY MEDIUM I I I I BUGGY IN IRONNew There a I II you hmvnt mgvnoy write me aboutIt Address HIGH POINT NC This Name when BRASS AND BEDS Il Means Monarch of perfection Goods thataro distinguished by good design I good finish The best construction and I yourdealerto show ttro ierentlfrom theraEveryed fully guaranteed MANUFACTURED I RICHMOND NINA MFC CO Rlohmond lnIj M h T t The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle u full line of Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERAL SUPPLIES I Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER K7 Lexington Eastern Ry I Effective Nov 18 1906 EASTBOUND No2I Dui ox Sun No4 Stations P m Lv Lexington 221 Winchester 310 LaEJunction 3 t 25 Cloy City 400 Stanton 410 DaUyNo Campton June 440 II Natural Bridgo 44 Torrent BeattyvllleJuneA8 4O7 0tt K Junct 0iO Ar Jackson 615 WESTBOUND No 3- DailyI Dal ex Sun I Stations P M A m Lv Jackson 220 010 0tt K Junat 2 35 6 16 II Bentty villeJuno 320 7 07 Torrent 841730Natural Bridge 35440Oampton June 857 48 Stanton 420 815 IIClnv City 435 825 II L EJunction 607 858 Winchester G20 012 Ar Lexington001 055 CONNECTIONS Lat E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 3 connec with C k 0 for Jit Stor lingCnmnton Junction All trains con fleet with the Mountain Central for Campton Trains Nos 3 and 4 will make connection at cattvl1lo Junction with L k A Railway for passengers to and train 0tt K Junction Trains Nos Sand 4 connect with the 0tt K Ky for local stations on that line WEEKLY COURIER c- NiTAnd THE TIMES Both onn year for only One Dollar The Presidential eection is up proiUhiny Tinnw have changed That hall Mr Watterson is a DeiiioiTnt nun IIHH always bponlIDimnchit nivcrn lppubllcanEsieiitiiil liiliruiices tint of the way Ounioctits an getting together Tho Courier Journal going to support the ticket And thtro you have itSend your ofdor for this com linution to UIIIlit to the Couriir- Jnuninl Tim rTfiularjpricodf the Vuttkjy XQU rirlournalaloncIs 1 c I yt jr LY- R 7