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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 4 THE CLAY CITY TIMESJ 0 50 Cents a Year In Advanc We are hereto help Clay City tie SarronDJing Country had Oorselves I E Burgher I ruhlisherIVOL XII CLAY CITY KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 J907 oioiieoooe1Jest Received a Handsome Line of iFall S c and- Winter I I I Dress GoodsI Ranging in price from 15C to 150 per yard I and Includes 4 Tailor Suitingst I Cordura Cloth Melrose I = HenriettasSerges Sicilians In Check and Solid Colors I A full line of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes I U B EATON I Leader in Low Prices I a I We Sash Flooring Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Pickets Shingles and Store Fronts Kentucky Crop Report The expected frosts in S6ptem bor did come but on the contrary the warm weather during tlSce o I crops and both are now out of I danger from frosts except a very small per cent of late plant ingThe prospects for the corn yield improved during Septem ber and is now 94 per cent as compared 88 per cent on September first- Eightytwo per cent of the Burley tobacco crop and eighty one per cent of the dark tobacco was cut and housed by October 1st As compared with the yield of last year the Burley is 87 percent while the dark is 81 percent The fall grass crop is in fine condition and live stoc is consequently doing well The acreage prepared for when- is 87 per cent as compared with last year Wheat is worth 1 02 in Louis ville with still an upward ten dency The Society of Equity is the cause and they are out for 1 25 in some places KEEP COOL Summer now is here and so is the warm weather You need a cool suit to re lave you from the opressive r heat They are at our tore The kind to please when you are looking for STYLE FIT and QUALITY And when it comes to price you cant beat that at this Store the place to get everything you need at sim ply correct living prices only Come in and Let us Dress You up WWU Mte HaWWUSMH W lylylyy WIWVIJWVIWyyyyJWINW MNMWN SHIMFESSELS Department Stole NBbIAN B MFG Go Winchester ky MciQufacture doors Varandas Stairway Etc not with holding 1IWe are headquarters for- Building Paper R Fel R FlintoidLRoofiing and Etc I r IJ5endur X f 1 t t11 =C oL Two More Bridges for Powell The Powell Fiscal Court before adjourning last week made con tract for two new bridges one at Stanton and one at Bowen The dimensions for the Stantor bridge are 14x125 feet and for the Bowen bridge 14x100 feet The contract price for the two bridges is 5100 00 and they are both tq be completed by Dec 20 1907 The Champion Bridge Company got the contract It seems that the old county of Powell is getting a spirit of en terprise about it all of which is worthy of congratulation This makes five bridges for Powell three in the upper end ofthe county and two in this end ThiE end is now due the next bridge Qpv Beckham at Stanton Governor Beckham Democrat andkcan spoketStanton Thursday The Govern ors speech was a conclusive de fense of the present administra tion showed up clearly the fuli des of the Republican argument in favor of vote getting The Governor is a very pleasant speaker and the Powell county voters were pleased to hear him Mr Laffoon only had fifteen minutes to address the people but proved in his brief talk that ho well knew how to take care of the States interests after Jan 1 1908 Kentucky State Medical Meeting The 62 annual meeting of the Kentucky State Medical Association is being held at the Galt House Louisville Two thirds of the physicians in Kentucky are members of this association and itjs estimated that this will bo the largest meeting ever held Especial attention will be given to the Pure Food question and there will bp an extended dis cussion on diseases of the thry old gland and papers will be read on the latest developments in the treatment of typhoid fee ver appendicitis and other dis eases The new opsonic theory of treatment of disease will be explained by a lecture illustrat ed with a stereopticon H F Hillenmeyer d Sons the reliable Lexington nurserymen have their fall announcement in this issue Remember they sell direct to the planter saving all agents and middlemens profit to the farmer Everybody needs fruit trees and Hillenmeyers is the best place to buy them If you were out of the city on regular registration day or was sicft and unable to go to the polls and register on that day you can go to the County Clerks office at Stanton and register without cost Oct 28 20 and 80thother wise you lose your vote New corn is starting offat a good three dollars per barreldelivered in Clay City top in v of the fact that crops are better this year than leaf Good for the farmer Success With Poultry An Iowa paper says that a farm a er in a generous mood grave his daughter two chickens and bade her run away and be a good girl He promised if she would look after them he would feed the in crease for four years The girl as it were planted those two chickens and the result according to the fathers report is astonishing He says she has 64 in the bank and has two hundred chickens which he had to feed last winter According to the farmerss best calculations his daughter will own the farm at the end of four years and will bo charging him rent for living on it Coming to Kentucky According to a press dispach Mrs Carrie Nation has accepted an offer to travel with a Ten Ninghts in a Barroom troupe as a side aattraction receiving 200 d week and tho privilege of tell ing things to the audience for ten minutes a night Incidentally she will be leading lady of the attraction The company was organized by a total bstinencQ society and will tour Kentucky in an effort to keep the dry towns from becoming wet a gain It is said Mrs Nation in tends to use the money obtained by her plunge into theatrical life to establish home for socalled incurable inebriates Judge Geo M Dorickson was in the city Tuesday and was out at the new bridge and took the dimensions of the new grade to the bridge The approaches to the new Walters Ferry Bridge will be begun at once and put up in the course of two weeks if the weather remains favorable It will at least be completed for the fall tides We will all share the pleasure The local telephone Comany has changed from the name of Eastern Kentucky Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Pow ell County Telephone Company A most agreeable change The company will have a revised tel ephone card issued in a few days with the names of all new sub scribers added to the list There are now 100 counties in Kentucky under local optiun control 100 out of 110 is a good old Commonwealth though the temperance people are not yet satisfied nor will they be until it is wiped from every county in tho State The Mountain Central Rail road is putting up car shops at the Mountain Central Junction The shops for a time will be un der the supervision of A M Burgher Fall Millinery If1 Owing to sickness I will not be 7 ble to conduct a formal opening aIselect Line of Milliner g iJyourNo better line to select from R1rIght1 I thank all old customers for fi t1tueders will find a hearty welcome at my store Dressmaking in Suits and Coats Mrs W N Busha t 1if JJF- FF e1SF F+ + 3 of 7SfiAFF FFfi+++ HINSURE WITH r F A LYON SON t + The Leading Inrrurrurce 1lbontxr of l oiitu jlcy + Over 200000000 I Represented h I itheyv +++ + + + OI ++ f+ ++JI+ +++ts+fiii+ 4- Y I I fII THE TIMES rUULISUKD EVEItY TI1UK3DAY J B burgher Publisher Sotscriplion Rates SO Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as speomlclnss mail mutter Thursday October 17 lltHi CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers wo have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 10014 Cincinnati Enquirer 11041 Louisville Commercial 75 14 Home and Farm 76 ANNOUNCEHENTS For County Clerk rye nre authorized to announce CIIAH EWES candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party For Jailor- We are authorized announce Jons P GAYLORD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party A Misrepresentation The Democratic press of Ken tucky has very promptly called Augustus E Willson on the carpet for his wanton slander upon William J Bryan the great leader of Democracy whom he charged came into Kentucky a weekago a hireling and went be fore the sixty thousand people who he addressed and urged to support Judge Hager and the Democratic State ticket receiving therefor not less than five hundred dollars a day When called to account for his state ment Mr Willson squirmed out of it in the straddling fashion in which he has met the issues of the present campaign and when called a liar by Democratic State Campaign Chairman Hines and Urey Woodson Democratic Na tional Committeeman admitted that ho had mode the charge without any information what ever showing that he made it in pique being at the time in the section Mr Bryan had visit ed and seeing the wonderful ef fects of the speeches of the Ne braskanWhat a howl would go up from the Republican press not only of Kentucky but the entire Nation should Judgo Hager Democratic Gubernatorial candidate make the charge in a public speech next week when Vice President Fairbanks comes into Kentucky to speak in behalf of the Ropub lican ticket that he is receiving as compensation five hundred dollars a day or any suns for that service Such a statement by Judge Hager would do inesti mable harm to the cause of De mocracy Is there any more rea son why such a statement from Mr Willson regarding Mr Bryan should not do the cause of Republicanism much harm Docs Mr Fairbanks stand any higher in the estimation of the people of this country than does Mr Bryan Does any one believe that ho has the cause of Repub licanism closer to heart than has Mr Bryan the cause of Democ racy Will anyone claim that he has a more honest purpose incoming to Kentucky than had the man who has led the Demo cratic hosts in the Nation for a doz0n years or more Of Interest to Teachers Every teacher is vitally inter ested in at least five things viz bettersclJOol houses better equip ment longer terms larger sala ries and a stroiigerrecognition of the dignity and responsibility of the profession of teaching It has been Said that Nothing succeeds like success When the teachers of the State through their organization appeared boo fore the Democratic General As sembly in 1000 that Assembly passed every educational bill pre sented by them The teachers nre now looking forward to tho passage of Acts increasing the school term from Q to 8 months establishing a minimum salary of not less than 4000 per month providing for a system of Oounty High Schools Winchester Dem ocrat A New License System In Oregon they are going aftor the whiskey traffic in a novel way They reverse tho order of things Instead of licensing the seller the buyer of strong drink is compelled to take out a license for which ho has to pay 5 every six months Saloon men are compelled bylaw to confine their sales exclusively to persons hold ing licenses to buy under pain of a heavy fine for selling to un authorized drinkers A feature of the law is that every six months a complete list of the licensed drinkers is published Dont Forget Dont forget to vote for the constitutionalamendment The amendment provides that every voter must present his tax re ceipt for the current year for all state county district and mu nicipal taxes before ollowed to vote There could be no law enacted that would be more just than this same law This law would do away the registration and put a value on franchise privileges It is just that every voter should pay tax and it is equally just that every man who doesnt pay tax should not be al lowed to vote The Bryan boom for the Pres idency will be formally launch ed at Oklahomo Oity Okla on December 7th at a dollar dinner at which time the Commoner will speak Tells How to Mix it A wellknown authority on Rheu matism gives the readers of a large New York daily paper the follow ing valuable yef simple and harm less prescription wTiicIi uny one can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsa parilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each mCDlllIdat bedtime He states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at a small cost and bting of vegetable ex traction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture if tak n regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swell ing if any diminishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach Whilo there are many socalled Rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc some of which do give relief few really give permanent results and the a bove will no doubt be greatly ap preciated bmllny sufferers here at this time- Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the information that these drugs harmless and can be bought separately or the druggists here will mix the prescrip tion for our readers if asked to Opportunity raps at some pee pies doors with a club but they fearing it a call from tho col lector do notopen it I will smile all this day and close nmeyes to the dark side of things I will not frown but seek for sunshine and good cheer Couhs Crack the- Constitution A racklngcoucb Isiometlmes the forerunner of consumption Stop the cough with Plsot Cure before your life Is In danger It goes t6 the source of the trouble and re stores healthy conditions Promptly relieves the worst cough or cold and has perma nent Ir cured countless easel of coughs colds and diseases of the throat and lungs A young man who is pointed out as one of our most success ful citizens is that young man who 4tdid things There is more Catarrh in this sec then 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 bass proven catarrh to be a constitutional dis ease and therefore requires consti tutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Ohe ney d Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on tin market It is taken internally in doses horn 10 drops to a teaspoon ful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for ally case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials AddressF CHENEY ar Co Toledo O Sold by JJruggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation 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 Notice All persons knowing them selves indebted to Dr Littlepago for medical treatment or otherwise are requested to come for ward and settle same with meat once Mrs B Littlepage Good Farm For Sale Farm of 200 acres 23 acres bottom land good dwelling ofeight rooms fine orchard well watered j close to churches and schoolall necessary outbuildings three miles from Clay City on good road Land will grow good crops of corn tobacco I grass and other products A bargain for some one For partic ulars see J E Burgher Clay City Ky s j A COURTNEY PresiJenlf Seeusfrl CloaksI and HaisI Before you Buy s i 00-Mrs W Williams CLA CITY KENTUCKY The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light RollsiAnd Flakiest Biscuit A mre Mnde Wllon You UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchantst The creat cure for Croup Colds Coughs andVhoopiligCough Sold undera os ltiVAunrnniee Your money returned Hit ever fails It is the only remedy that cures in one dose andwith out vomiting Always have a bottle on hand It may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS THE ILESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Stli Prtprs FMlay 0IIItI + H + H +H +W+ H + +H H+I+ + + oJ +0- I 1- iSURPLUS CAPITAL S5OOOO 7OOO i 1 II t I I I A y A CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANKa CLAY CITY KY r CIIAS SCOTT Vice PresideDt OJ f ACTS AS DEPOSITORY AND OFFERS ALL MODERN FACILITIES TO INDIVIDUALS AND CORPORATIONS DESIRING SAFE BANKINO CO NEOTIOMSfW v A I 7 r T wniiiCashier t ia ++ + Joi ++ H ++ofot++ ++ + + +++ e fo + oJo + + ++ r THE TIMES AALL HOME MADE PAPER THURSDAY Oct 17 1007 t LOCAL BREVITIES Barrel Alters and family hnve roved to Lexington to reside Sheriff J M Kennon was in J J exington Saturday on business p T J Kirk is in Louisville thi week buying his fall and winte goods Robt Richardson hns been very ill the past week with rhou mat lm Miss Patsy Bush spent Monda and Tuesday with Lexington friends Mr and Mrs A T Whitt visited relatives in Morehead a few days this week Luther Loving made a busines trip to Nicholnsville and Ver sailles last week Saturday was pay day for tho teachers and most of them wen ready to receive it- t O Mrs Sani Hart of Mr Ster ling is the guest of her sisterin Inw Mrs T T Fletcher The past week has witnessed S several frosts andslight freezes kiting all tender vegetation The Rev Logan Irvin of A mericus Gatis the guest of his farther tho Rev R A Irvin d Mrs Lulu Burgher of Win cliester visited relatives in the city the latter pit of the week 0 Shimfessel is in Oincinnat t making his fall purchases for his a store Look at his nd next week Mrs Jas B Hull of Lexing ton spent a few days with reIn fives in the city the first of the week W S Rogers of Dayton Ohio was hero Sunday to attend the funeral of his father Marcus Rogers J H Burgher came down fron Beattyville Tuesday to atteiu tine funenil of his cousin Herdiii Johnson L B Burgher of Winchester was the guest of his brother H G Burgher from Friday till Monday The recent frosts have open ed the chestnut burs and the lucious fruit hits come rustly in to market1 Press Johnson of Knowlton attended tho funeral of his iiephev H Johnson in this cit Tuesday Mrs OHcar of Mt Sterling was the guertt of her son Attor Hey J H ORear from Friday till Monday J G Fitchformer depot a gent here is with us again for u fewdays Mrs Fitch is also here with relatives Goo W Clark has purchasec of Win Sno den Sr his firm 01 Hardicks creek forJOO 00 1 Possession nt once Mrs E JV Rhubesky Misse Loiiavand Grace Russell of Lou jsvillo visited relatives iiithe city a fewtditys this week Presiding Elder E b South gate will hold Quarterly meet itg at the Methodist elFurehir tiiiscity November and 10 J r W H Darwin and his sister Mrs Cecil Williams were called to Monterey Tenn last week to see a sick relative who was not expected to live Win Snowden Sr hns pur chased of Smith his farm near powells Valley meeting house and will move there soon Consideration 150 00IMcLean county voted for local option the majority being 1055 There was only one wet pre cinct in the conuty and it was carried by the prohibitionists H 0 Waimouth and H G Burgher is representing the F M Grand Lodge at Louisville this weok While in the city Mr Warmouth will buy his fall and winter goods for his store hereA novel effect of the rise in price of food stuffs is reported from Augusta Me Nearly 1200 of the people of Kennebec coun ty are in open revolt against the prices demanded for melt and have pledged themselves to ab stain from all meat for ten days A Criminal Atfack on an inoffensive citizen is fre quently made in that apparently useless little tube called the ap pendix tt Its generally tho result of protracted constipation follow ire liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver t prevent appendicitis and stablish regular habits of the bowels 25c ntSwann Day Lumber Oos store A score or more of voters met in the old Adams late in the bottom last Thursday night and named a Citizens ticket headed by H G Burgher for Mayor find Shelt Roberts for Police Judge Three of the candidates named for councilmen we are reliably informed will not accept the nomination and others we presume will be supplied His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives nn Electric Bittern tt writes W B Brunson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well tt Thats the way Electrip Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weak ness and general debility Weak puny children too are greatly Ktrengthned by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney trouble by SwnnnDuy Lumber COB store 50c Fruit and Or= namental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines As puragus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Vu employ no A gents Catalogue on ap plkationIH F Mil eunveyer Sons LEXINGTON KY C L RUSSELL CONTRACTING PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER And Decorator In General CLAY CITY KY Ca and see my Nice Line of Wall Paper i Samples T I r r- w Wm Pressnold foreman at the spoko factory for several months has resigned that posi tion and gone to Jackson Miss woero he will engage in the same business Out of Sight ClOut of sight out of mind It is nn old saying which applies with special force to n sore burn or wound thats been treated with Ihinklens Arnica Salvo Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influ ence Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store 2 i- DEATHS Marcus Rogers aged 71 died Friday at his home near Powells Valley Burial Sunday He leaves a wife and severalchit dren Hcrdin Johnson died at the Central Hotel in this city Monday of tuberculocis Funeral services Tuesday afternoon and burial at the Eaton cemetery Ho came here Saturday and was then ablo to walk to the hotel His wife arrived the day bodied They had sold out at Lexington and was going to move here Mrs Johnson was ayning to start for an extended visit to her mother at Canncl Oity when she learned of her husbands serious condition Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers nnd drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of todayal though a citizen of Codell Earl Shnmburg Ins not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He says hI was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me Time safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung nnd throat healer ever discov ered Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free Dress Making Miss Koto Hutchinson is now prepared to do all kinds of dress making and sewing Located in the Red River Hotel XII Winchestei Bank INCORPORATED iN H ViTiiEitsroo Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 2000 We solicit the accounts of individ tats firms and corporatio ie E4 WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use All that the name implies MarvelousRemedy for all ExternalPurposes Absolutely FreD from all- Poisonous I Ih u Jin ilKff D CureslBurns Dolls Cuts Sores Sore Throat Piles Eczema Corns Chapped Hands Scabs Rheumatism Felons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores Barbers Itch Blood Pobon resulting from rusty nails or other causes Bites from animals or insects and DiseasesCAT DRUOQIOT8 OR I I BY MAIL POSTPAID 25c per Box I t HAMlER SONS Ann Arbor Michigan Its to our- Interest r To spend your money where it goes the farthest and you dont have to go far to find that place Our store is alway ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats ShoesL Furnishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery Farming Implements and etc Our Prices are Right So are Our Goods We will appreciate our trade and take sn exchange fot goods all kids of Country Produce at Highest market price Will pay you CASH for Railroad Ties and till kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forget the place Ar EsBAflJETT It SON CLAY CITY KY We are Now ReadyF- or the Spring Trade Q With a Carefully Selected stock of General MercJtiiiJise consisting of most everything the Family may need Q Our line of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women and Q children is the equalof stores in much larger cities 3Our Shoe Department is Completew- ithA shoes for the working man shoes the gentleman and- O lady shoes for tender feet shoes for baby children 3andshoes for every body at prices to suit you fD 3 What is saidof our Shoe Department may be said of o Every Other Department in the Store willISwannDay Lumber Co INCOHPOHATID Clay City Ky Q Ouu L Q fl 9 m9640aLOvm CRESCENT Stovesand Ranges Latest the bca t of materials used Strongly built Will give the best of sat isfacuon CRESCENT Stove and Range U accompanied with a full guarantee Ask your dealer to show you the CRESCENT line dont buy one claimed to be Just as good Insist on having the CRESCENT you always be pleased with It F CRESCENT STOVE WORKS Evansville Ind t I i lW AITED Man with force enough men or women to mil- SO cows Would also hire tw- or ijjgco single men but must be flobOrand industrious Pay pone wages RefruncesRpqufred Apply io M IL Lmell Paris Ivy WlUWTyDAY for free sans pits piece nl pnrficijlar of Dom inucailllQards and dcminoes combined Greatest household grime ever invented Instructive for young Fascinating for old Excellent holiday present 50c postpaid DUMINOOARDS CO 1SOS Chouteati St Louis Mo PROFESSIONAL CARDS 4141114414114141N N444144N1111444 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY OITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY CITY KY R Stock iy Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Stilt poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their livers to keep thtn well BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine t keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poul try Medicine is a pure natural vegetable bleod purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Chol era Chicken Cholera Colic Distemper Coughs Colds Constipation Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the common k stile Mr ases Vi It Is a pet Let medicine fur gent eral farm use Try It 4 Price 25c for a large can at nil druggists and dfaIerst L2i OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLI- CEINCANDESCENT WIRE GONE 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 HABKIKS a WILLIS Manufacturers Ann Arbor Michigan =Ilinis HE COUcaAND CURE THE EUNGS r WITH DriH g iJati Hiscfi rj1 I FOR cONSUMPTION QUQII3 and OLDS IIPrIce Us oat and Ouic tcct Caro for llTHROAT And LUjG TROUB- LBH E or MONEY DAOZ n4 r mot r Yt- t SPOUT SPRING 6Snow and sleet fell lucre Saturday o for n while in liberal I quantities Ach Gum of Irvine was here Tuesday with n big drove of cat tie enroute to tho Mt Sterling i arket Airs 111 Barnett whose serious illness was noted in our sli4htlyimproved A J Curtis and J L ping are busy making soghum They mva so fur made over 200 gal loins this fall Farmers are busy here now cutting corn and etc Tho frost has done but little damage to corn in this section L B Burgher wife and lit tie son of near Winchester vis ited time formers mother Mrs Elizabeth Burgher near lucre SundayGrant Baker Muster of the Spout Spring Masonic lodge is in Louisville this week attend ing the Grand Lodge Free Ma sons John Briber of this lodge isalso attending the Grand Lodge Dillard Snowdcn and Miss Le na Conner daughter Zeke Conner were married at the resi nellrIextend congratulations West Bend- J A Roberts and wife visited at II W Gnrretts Sunday Born on the tenth to Mr and Mrs Thomas Roundtree a nine pound boy The carpenters are very busy at work on Mr T G Moreheads new Louse James Roberts and Herman Everinnn were at Winchester Friday on business Mrs Sallie Hudson and laugh ter Miss Minnie are visiting at Winchester this week Misses Sallie Allie and Besse Berry and Ames Roberts were guests of Miss Nancy Berry Sun day T B Ware is in Louisville attending the Grand Lodge as a delegate from the West Bend Lodge F A M Our pastor failed to come Sun lily and Miss Minnie Hudson filled tho appointment with a very interesting sermon Klmbrell Preaching at Jacksons chapel next Sunday morning Mrs Ann Patrick visited her sister Mrs Vienna Curtis last weekRobert Henderson of Lexing ton was lucre last week buying produce I J W Dawson bought of J J Morgison one weanling mule colt for sS8O 00 Misses Lillie Harris and Mary Burton visited Mrs Frank Sto ker near Paris last week Mrs Ann Patrick bought of Jo Cottman of Clark county one milk cow for 27 00 Mr Wallace of Lincoln coun ty is conducting a meeting at Bonny school house this weeTH Mrs S DEwell dhfd rat her home in Fayetto county last Sun luy The remains werebrouglit to thus countyTuesday and laid to rest in the Jacksons Chnpl- burial ground Now is a good time for everyone to examine their Jlues es pecially those that have not beep in use during the summer More fires originate from defective flues than from any other cause toImer I A story comes from Washing ton to the effect that Roosevelt svgs forced to swallow the Okla homa constitution by the Anti i I Saloon League which threatened to knife Taft if the president annulled their hard earned victory in Oklahoma Stray Calf Came to niy place on upper Hardwicks Creek nor Vuughnjs Mill school house Heifer calf with red and white spots and white face 8 or 10 months old Owner can have same by proving property and paying chargesHenry Vaughns Mill Ky PUBLIC SALE- Of etcIWEDNII At m residence on Du-ncanslBranchyule Wednesday Oct 23 I will sell at public auction iify BLUEGRASS FARM OF 123 ACRES the greater part of which is set 8plenldidchurch and school Will also sell time following described personal property Two good Brood Mares j 2 8yearold Mare Mules j 8 Milk Cows I 7 Yearling Steers j 8 Sucking Calves 8 Brood Sows 8 Sliotcs 8 Moat logs j 1 2 Horse Wason and other ar ticles not here mentioned I Terms announced on day of sale Sale will begin promptly at 10 oclockBFMcKINNEY Young Men and Ladies with am bition should Learn Telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over I 18000 additional Telegraphers arc required by the Railroads in the United States Positions pay from tGO to tlSO per month to beginners You eun qualify in 3 or 4 months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cin cinnati Ohio JttI 1t rsW N Bush has just re calved anew line of suitors which will beeold atpopular prices For Sale Stock ofdrugs of the late Dr B Littlepage Only drug store in town Apply to Mrs B Littlopnge Cluy City Ivy Lave you received an appoint anent to the Fall Term of the State Normal If not see your County Superintendent at once about it The Institution stands for the teachers null pupUs of Kentucky rural schools Ifyou have not seen the now cat alog write a postal card request for one today AddressR Roark Pres- Richmond Ky i I This valuable remedy Is a cure for DSI psl Indigestion Heart burn Acidity or or Sour SIck or Nervous Headache General or NervousDebility or Prostration arid Diseases from a disordered condition of the Stomach Recommended by Physicians Pleasant to take It la not necess any to diet only la very severe cases The stomach will soon bo In such a healthy condition that ono can cat most any kind of food Two Sixes 50c and SIOO per box I If druggist does not have it eenddlrecttoF CHIMKLE Manufacturing Pharmacist MUNCIE INDIANA Circulars and Testimonials tent on application 60 YEARS r EXPERIENCE a ITnADe Anyone itndlnji a eketcli and description may ilcklr ascertain onr opinion an llrruRtrlctlrronDdoiitfal IhiNOBOOiconPaten- ulent free iccurln patent Intouta takentrough JUunn A Co receive cpfclal notice without chnrvo In tbo Scientific flmericati A handsomely IllnstMtM weekly JJinrett etc culatlon of IIn vclentlUa lonrnal Terms 13 e Mr montbaIL Sold byallnewdeAiera MUNNGo rto show lYOU 301 Broadway New York I araucb umce ca ltto lVahlagton D t I h I HIGH POINT I BUGGYsMnnufncturors nEST E9ED1UM FmC D- IaDUUC Theres o reason why It you havnt stgonoy wrlto us aboutIt Wholesale only Address HIGH POINT NC This Namo whenappledl- oBRASS AND IRON ucaior tho BEDS 11 GOOdSIthat f fcljtiwtrcl JJUIIforent rothers Every Bed fully guaranteed JMANUFACTURED BY RCHrJJO D116JDIANA IVIFO CO RIchmond ind J R 1 IThe The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars AVe also handles full line of Belting Hosj3 Pipe Pipe Fittings and GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Lexington EasternRy Effective Nov 181906 v IEASTDOUlm No 2 ex Sun 1allyStations 1 in A M- LY Lexington 4 ZN 735 Wnchester 810 813 a L cE Junction 32i 82 i I Clay City 400 002 II Stanton 410 910 Campton Junc 410 0 t3 1 Natural Bridge 44P U42 If Torrent 4V7 068 II KeattyvilleTunc5l8 1017 b 110 K Junct 6110 1115 ArJnck8on10t5 112O WESTBOUND No 3- Daily 1DnlStations P M A m Lv JackponL220 OlorII 0 K Junct 2 25 0 15 II BeattyvllleJuno320 707 II Torrent 341 730 II Natural Bridge a51 40 Cnnipton June 357 i48 II Stanton l420 815 t 11 Clire Oltv 435 825 LE Junction 607 858 1 Winchester G20 012 ArLexington005 055 CONNECTIONS i- ttL E Junction Trains Nos 1 nntt 8 connec with G 0 for lit Ster ling Campton Junction All trains con nect with the Mountain Central for Campton Trains Nos 8 and 4 will make con nection at Beattyvllle Junction with L A or passengers to and from Beaftyvllle 0tt K Junction j TrainaNos 8 and 4 connect with tho 0 K Itylor loc stations on tlujt li- neWEEKLY COURIER rJUURNAL And THE TIMES Hoth ono year for only One Dollar The Presidential election is ap proaching Time have changed That is nIl Mr Vutterson is a Democrat and hut always been a Democrat never u Jupubliean Ee eentinl differences out of the way Democrats are Rotting together The Conrierloiirnul is going to support tho ticket And there you have it Send jour order for this cor- nbinatlontousnot to the Courier Journul The regular pWce of tho Weekly Courlr Journal ailoneisM- nyear n