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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r t t r TJIECLAY CITY TIMES4 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay City the Snrroon Jing Country anJ Ourselvesa 1r E Burgher Publisher II IVOL XII CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2H J 907 NO 48 = nn 1LON f Staple and Seasonable Goods- Wec are overstocked on certain Lines and to cut these goods down have inaugurated sale of this stock withother arti cles so as to get the stock down to just what we need We havethereFore reduced the prices until further notice on our Lines of hoes Overalls Granite Ware Hosiery t Caps Ladies Underwear ti Boys Suits Gents Underwear and many other articles not here mentioned You must come to our Store to see how much we can save you on what you have to buy Everyday articles B EATON 1 LJLeader in UU Low Prices JusT From the City And will have a Nice Line V t4 of New Goods of all kinds J Nice Lot of Ladies Cloaks and Trimmed Hats C SHIMFESSEL IJ FIANCE MFG Go Winchester Ry We Maijufacture Sash Flooring doors Ceiling Blinds Weatherboarding Varandas Pickets Stairways Shingles and Etc Store Fronts We are Headquarters for Building Paper Felt Roofing Flintoid Roofing and Etc r Send us Your estimates 1 Pr mptShipmentsI cY 1 I + r r tN r Public Education i Public education is tho most important topic of these times j Mon have been giving their at tention to politics but tho elec tion is now over There is another campaign which should never end and which has a fat more important purpose It is the campaign of education the organized effort promoted by the leading momen of our state to secure to every child his Godgiven right of education The desire to know be longs to the human mind and it is only necessary to give tifis desire a chance and every community will steadily grow in gener al intelligence Our generation will surpass the preceding one both in knowledge and in power To this end our schools must be taught by the best teachers not those who are left over and can find nothing else to do but by those who love to teace and are prepared for it In the days of Queen Elizabeth Roger Ascam wrote that many a father who owned a fine horse in which he took great pride was also the possessor of a son who was a steady grief and I said this wise old English teach er there is little wonder for they are at infinite pains to pro vide a suitable trainer for the horse but are usually satisfied that one far less competent should carryon the training of their sons They reap the re ward of their folly horses of which they may be proud and which bring them honor and sons of whom they are ashamed and which bring them disgrace There are still men who give more time and thought to the training of their horses than to the education of their children and who are willing to spend dollars for the horse to pennies for the child But the painful lack of right relation in things is not general and tho public thought and the public conscience is steadily coming to a greater appreciation of the uses and val ue of education Education means much to any community but for some com munities it is the very breath of life and the moment they begin to full in their duty to this sa cred cause they enter the way of death Time most abundant life is that which conies to men who devote themselves to the highest things and prepare themselves fully for the worl to which theI are called Education is often the magic word Which unfolds ton youth the vision of his life and gives him the model and the per severance to make a reality of his high vision The common school is the channel through which this course of blessing finds its way Every patriot and every friend of his kind must rejoice in its advancement GEO A HUBBELL Professor of Sociology and Eco nomies in Kentucky University A gigantic corporation has been organized in New York for lie purpose of controlling the retail business of the country II v w The plan is to put a general store I in every good business town of the United States have buyers for all the stores take the entire output of factories in certain lines put time prices so that the independent retailer will bo compelled to quit business and then the result will be to make you just such prices as they choose after they have crushed out the independent retailer Once upon a time a minister told a story like this On one occasion I preached to a congregation where there were 57 woo men and 4 men present This was at prayermeeting On an other occassion I preached to 810 men and 8 womenthis was in the State penitentiary Secretary of the Treasury Cor telyou has issued 50000000 of Panama bonds and 100000000 of certificates of indebtedness for the relief of the financial stringency Time issue it is tho general opjnion is bound to have beneficialresults Banks Must Pay The Court of Appeals on Friday decided that for the year 1006 national banks must pay taxes on their shares of stock as comtemplated by the Legislative act of that year and that in ar riving at the value of said shares tho banks will not be allowed to deduct the value of their Gov ernment bonds from theirassets It was argued that if the banks were allowed to deduct their government bonds there would be nothing left to tax j The Rev Irl II Hicks publications are known from ocean to ocean His weather forecasts are sought after by all classes Time only way to get them is from his own publications no others are permitted to publish them either with or without credit See the ad of this famous publication in another column and send for tho almanac Full Stock Few Brown Leghorn Cockerals fpr sale nt 50 cents each Edmon Burgher Clay City Ky Stray Sow and Pigs Black sow and six shotes Own er come and prove property and hay charges and get propertySum Clny City Ky For Sale Privately All my household goods and fifty bushels of coal Will also sell my cottage of four rooms in Olay City all to be sold privately at once I Mrs Robt Richardson j Unusual Bargains in Millinery Will be found at our store where we carry the latest and most uptodate styles to be found in the city Automobile veils 2 12 yards in length Mourning veils of differentVstyles Cossets suspenders Elbow gloves Hose Belts Combs Hair pins etcaDressmaking Suits and Coats a Specialty Satisfaction Guaranteed Mrs W N Bush +i+ r i INSUUM WITH ll I P A LYON SON+ Tlio JLomliii r ZiiMiimii Ageiit ul ISuHtorii 1ientric1cy H s- v to Over 200000000 Represented x ti itheyi4++d M ++ t+ t+ tt +s+++ HK1H + I+++++++ +41I+i f if n THE TW1S IffllMSriEU BVKUY TIlUltSUAY u =J G IJiinjIicr 1ubUshcr u Sdtscrjp lionKates Su Cents per year in ad agate othertt ise 75 Cents Entered ns sro mdrlnss mail rnnttw Thursday November 28 1007 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our subscribers we have arranged club rates priceebelowThe hIIEB and CourierJournal 100 II Cincinnati Enquirer 110c Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEHENTS For County Clerk Vo are authorized to nnnoutice CHAP EWEX candidate for County Court Clork subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party For Jailor We are authorized to announce JOHX P GATLORD candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party Bryan on the Panic William Jennings Bryan twice the standard bearer of the Democratic party for the presi dency speaking to an audience of 3000 Democrats at the Jack son club banquet Lafayette Ind declared with much fervor that President Roosevelt should not beheld responsible for the pres ent financial stringency The blame he said should be laid at door of Wall street gamblers Mr Bryan said that the man who would withdraw money on deposit from the banks at the present time for hoarding pur poses was like to a man who re fused to aid his country in time of war The Nebraskan also spoke in fnvor of postal aving banks in preference to an asset currency He did not refer spe cifically to the next Democratic national plat For LI nF i f wr re ported by somethat he would Referring to present financial conditions Mr Bryan sail We are in the midst of a financial stringency that is in Spine respects more acute than that of 1803 1 am not going to blame the president qr a Republican ad ministration but I know who would be blamed if I were presi dent If I were president every crossroads Republican would be blaming me The panic of 1873 came 12 years after they took power and 11 years before they surrendered power to the Demo Brats I am not going to blame tho president because I do not think blame should be laid at his door Im going to do him the justice to say I wont join the chorus of Eastern financiers who want to make him the scapegoat Those who violate the law should bo blamed not those who have turned on the light recently There is no excuse for the people to bo afraid that their brnks are not solvent Our barns are bursting with the products of the field What is the cause n PsroxysmsofCeriblMyjeld t urea am macron atop tho cough and heals the lacerated sur taco Iisoi Cure can be do lxickd upon IOKVU wont ben dicta results in all couclii colds bronchitis and lung itlfccllons By its faithful use many advanced consumptive couebs have been- Permanently Cured of tiicTpanic Who isto blame The Republican leaders who hail control of the country for 17 years They have so chained us to Wall street that fthen a Wall street gambler falls our business world tremblesall over the coun try Tire common people jind not the Wall street gamblers should InYridle this sitiiajSon Tho niafi who will draw out his mon ey ntiw when ho does not need it is in the same class as the nmu who would refuse to aid his coun try in time of war This is a time when great patriotism is needed Today is Thanksgiving a day set apart each year for all the people of our productive land to hive thanks to God our giver of mill blessings for the many things he has so generously bestowed upon us Nothing is more befit ting to us Till than a strict ob servance of today as a dayof real Thanksgiving How differ ent many people observe the day This should not change the real purpose of the day nor less en our desire to correctly obserse the day The farmers have dou ble reasons to bo thankful for at this time of the year our crops are harvested and our lardors am filledand if wo have been right industrious wo should have our winter fuel provided and feed stored in our barns Few Here Know This When mi eminent authoriry an nounced In the Scranton Pa Times that he had found a new way to treat that dread American dis ease Rheumatism with just corm mon everyday drugs found in any drug store the physicians were slow indeed to attach much impor tance to his claims This was only a few months ago Today nearly every newspaper in the country oven the metropolitan dallies if announcing it mid the splen did results achieved It is so sim ple that any one can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up proI Dandelion one half ounce Com pound Kargon one ounce Com pound Syrup Sursapiirilla three ounces Mix by slinking in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime TheRe are all simple ingredients making an absolutely harmless homo reme dy ut little cost Rheumatism as every one knows is a symptom of Tferanged kidnyes It is a condition produced dy the failure of the kidneys to properly filter or strain from the blood the uric acid and other juatter which if not eradicated either in the urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints and muscles caus ing the untold suffering and deformity of rheumatism Ibis prescription i81nid to be a splendid healing cleansing andin vigorating tonic to tho kidneys and gives almost immediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary troubles and backache Ho also warns people in a leading New York paper against the discrimi nate use of many patent medl nines Many a mat would rather Jio when askedfor information tha- nsu3I dont know About 18 thousand acres are devoted to onion culture in the United States This years crop is estimated at 2020250 bushels The general average yield is about 280 bushels an acre As d rule higbeatpricesJreailduring tho month of April t 100 Reward moo I The readers of this paper will be I pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that scitnce has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh HaWs Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system thofoUndatiOO1of constitution and and assisting na ture in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonialsAddress F J CHENKY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Stolen White male pig three weeks old Taken Sunday night Nov Oth 1 00 reward for pig and 5 for thief Mrs Mandy Payne Clay City Ky Farm for Sale 100 acres on Cooks Branch Montgomery co House ando tbnild logs Close to church and school and convenient to railroad station Well timbered and supplied with everlasting water Within t mile of the famous gas field For par ticulars call at Times oiHco Good Farm For Sale Farm of 200 acres 23 acres bot tom land good dwelling ofeight rooms fine orchard well watered close to churches and schoolall necessary outbuildings three miles from Clay City on good road Land will grow good craps of corn tobac co grass and other products A bargain for some one For partic ulars see J E Burgher Clay City Kj Fruit and Or= namental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines As paragus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Our den We employ no A gents Catalogue on application H F Mil eixmeyer Sons LEXINGTON ET THE 0 Wino1 ester Bank I IXCOBFOUATBO N H WmiEitsrooyf Pre I Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 200301 We solicit the accounts of individ gals firms and corporations 134I 0 JtltXOlJRTNEYL VVIIresiitnt Look Elsewhere Look Here Comparison Is Our Delight And the more you know about goods the surer we feel of making- a sale All depends upon where you buys the goods whether they are goods or otherwise whether you pay too much or therwise Fair ness of price and Honesty of mate rials form the substance of our claims All doubt is removed by buying of Mrs J we Williams CLA CITY KENTUCKY 1 he Whitest White Cake t The Lightest Light Rolls vW And Flakiest so UJc = j IVvo hide Wlion YouTJHO rr Pearl ana Bakers Pride Flour w jYTMANUFACTWD BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY o Sold by our Leading Merchants a t t 1 COldslCoughsever falls It isthe iyrcmcdYthaFcutesin bite dose and with itvomiting Always have n bottle on hand It may save your childs life Recommended by physicians Price 35 cts per bottle I I FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS THE CLESSNER MEDICINE COMPANY Sale Priprs Flmday Ohlt + + ++++ +++++ X +++ + ++++ ++++ + ++ 4 ++++ i tj CAPITAL 650000 i SURPLUS 7000 3 f t1 7 2 v CLAY CITY ATIONAL J3ANR OLAYOlmY KY I tv ttt O CIIASSCOTTY Y7 1 Vice Presiientr t it7 I y i e i ROTSTAS 11KPOHITOKY AND OFF RstALL VMOT ERN FACILITIES TO INIJrVIDTJAXS AND r f r y T CORPORATIONS J E8inDSO SAFE liANKINO CONNECTIOMS 3r 1 i L T AT WIIITT CaSMJ h I r 1 + a vu I +jo oC H + ftJ OoJo 1 + H fo totHr oCioKg us H + jotHH +oC 1217IHrf t = j+ JI q I + 1 T TVV t Mm TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Nov 28 1007 LOCAL BREVITIES J B Eaton was in Lexington on business Tuesday iMisses Moody uid A Mary Tut tie of Trapp are Visiting Miss d Patsy Bush Miss Margaret Briggs of Bloomfield is visiting Miss Our = da Littlopage 1Asa Barrow of Hedges was t the guest of his cousin Judge T J Fletcher Monday night r1 Elder B S Burgher of Win Chester visited relatives in the b r city Thursday and Friday + Jas B Hall one of C1axOitys- formerftf vx citizens was here from t Lexington bird hunting this ieakA4 A HO Ogle Sr of Paris de livered a large quantity of nurs t ery stock to Powell county patrons C last week James Harrison who went tifrom here to Hamilton Ohio ilast spring has returned homer He says work has become scarce tit that place E N Wilson who has been employed at Beattyville for quite t awhile is spending a few days- n with homo folks Miss Mabel Pollitt ofLexing I ton is here to spend Thanksgiv i fig with her roommate in college Miss Mary Shimtessel Wo have had some nice hog V killing weather the past week 3 and many a porker has suffered N death as a consequence It is estimated that the entire yield of White Burley tobacco this year is 170000000 pounds Of this amount Kentucky pro rducea 152601000 Circuit Court is still in session tat Stanton and so far has been a- very busy session and will like ly consume the full two weeks Jhe limit of the term i W G Darwin who has been dry Monterey Tenn for several weeks has returned homo His thither whom ho first went to see flied while he was there l Miss Mary Shimfessel who is attending Kentucky State Col Tege at Lexington came home t Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving A with home folks 7 i George W Anderson Jr has T assumed cohtroll of the livery rV stable George is a hustling fell r Jow and we predict success in tVins new venture for him j J B Eatons sale was well attended r last Thursday and all rods of live stock sold well The bidding was very liberal not withstanding the stringency of money matters The Ladies Aid Society of the Iresbytoriau Church will have an oyster supper and their annu al Bazur in Mrs Russells sum t zoom on Saturday Docembei c lltth In the afternoon and at i night The state of Washington report tho largest apple crop in its his try The bearing trees number ore throe and one half million l The three counties leading ink jlL r production are Spokane Yakima alid Adams A bounty oi two cents a head for the English sparrow is paid by the state treasurer of Miehi gen Over one hundred and five thousand sparrows have been killed sinctTthe law went into ef fect October 1 1000 The Republicans willcontest the election in the Lexington city offices Of course thou h thisparty never believes in COli tests and think it terrible because Taylor was robbed of his office1 It depends altogether on whose ox is gored with them A good newspaper can carry your ad into the privacy of the horse whero it will find a wel come No other medium can do this Circulars in sealed envelopes may get in tramps in disguise sometimes get in too but both find their way out in a crum pled crushed condition A Significant Prayer ulIoy the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salvo known to allwrites J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain ot of a felon for me and cured it in a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25gat Swann Day Lumber Cos store Name Them Please A certain man at this postoffic five years ago requested us to send him our paper saying he would hand us the subscription price in a few flays We sent it from that date till last week and patiently waited for the a= mount due It hasnt come yet but a few days ago we received in our box his paper marked Refused by This is not the first timewell well not call them gentlemen have treat ed us that way and nine out of every ten of these have owed us for from three to ten years sub scription and everyone of them still owe us The Rev Irl R Hicks 1908 Almanac Is ready for delivery andexcels all former editions inheauty and value The cover is a beautiful de sign in colors the entire bockh full of fine half tones astronomical engravings and interesting matter It contains the Hickle weather forecasts complete for the whole year finely illustrated The prict by mail is 35 cents on NNewsStands 30 cents Word and Works the Rev Irl R Hicks fine monthly magizine contains all his weather forecast from month to month together with u vast amount of the best family reeding The price u 81 a year and one ujmanao goes with each Addreu i Word and Works PublishingCo 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo Write for rate on al nianacs in quan tities Agents wanted No man is as dangerous as hi thinks some woman thinks he is DIED Wm Bellis6rdied at his home in this city Monday even ing aged eightyfive years Bu rial at the public cemetery Tues day Deceased was one of tin fav survivors of the Mexicar War Appendicitis- Is duo in a large imasure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic purgatives To avoid all idanger use only Dr Kings New Life Pills the safe gefftle cleansers an Invig orators Guaranteed to cure head fichu bIUousn ssmuuiaaud jaundice lit SwunnDay Lumbei Gas store 25c j r ft i s Kentucky Crop Report The weather during the month of October was ideal giving the late planted corn an opportunity ty mature before frost The to bacco crop was saved in condition free from fr stand damage by being housed during rainy weather The atmosphere being dry during the housing period but little damage is re ported from house burn The wheat crop was put in generally in good condition The corn land sown to wheat was grassy with some weeds hut with good weather for working the land a good seed bed was se curedConsidering the late and un favorable weather during the spring and early summer the corn crop has done remarkably well the estimate being 04 per cent of last years crop The es timated acerage seeded to wheat is 01 per cent of last year but the excellent condition in which the land was prepared before seeding ought to make up for the loss in acreage The estimates on the tobacco cropjoth burley and dark are very gratifying as tile acreage was short of last year 10 per cent in the dark Grasses show up well The usual acreage was sown to meadows and condition of old meadows is good There is a falling off in num bers of cattle hogs sheep but the condition is good Indorses Democratic Doctrine President Roosevelt indicated to a committee of American news paper publishers that le will roe ommend to Congress the abolition of the tariff on press paper wood pulp and the wood that goes into the manufacture of paper also that ho will make a recommen dation to the Department of Justice that it take immediate steps to ascertain whether the antitrust laws are being obeyed by the manufacturers of paper He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years 1 had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little pur pose until I began taking Electric Hitters I would not take 500 for what they have did for me Grind tonio for the aged and for female andrbody builder sure cure for lame back dud weak kidneys Guaran teed ut SwaunDay Lumber Cot store 50c MARRIED John Neal and Miss Myrtle Walters daughter of Pleas Wal ters were married last Thursday afternoon at the home of the brides father in this clay the Rev R A Irvin officiating A Hard Debt to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid Off writes G S Clark of Westfield 10WI1Ufor my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were BO seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking Now Discovery TliH ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle WIIH IIsd- amljJyo more bottles made a cow plete cure Nothing has ever e qualed New Discovery for cough 1 colds and all throat and lunir com plaints Guaranteed by Svvunn f Day Lumber Co jt their tort LOB and JshOO Trial bottle fee A iv 1 l JmaBlECli fi l t I ff V ff Ow Its to Your Interest r j To spend your money where it goes the farthestv4 and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is ulwuy ready to supply your wants in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hut Shoes Fur- nishings1f Groceries Haidivure Iltinness Saddlery I Farming Implements nnd etc Our Prices are Right I So are Our Good- siWe f will appreciate your trade and take in exchange goods all kinds of Country Produce at Highest price Will pay you CASH for Railroad and all kinds of timber which you inuy have t Dont forget the pl- aceAEIARNETT SON Cl Z fI TJ rKY We are Now ReadyF- or the Fall 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 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 your SwannDay Lumber Co INCOKPOIIATID Clay City Ky I CRESCENT Stovesand Ranges La only the best of materials used atroogly uuuT give the belt or IttIsfacUon Every CRESCENT Stove and Range U accompanied with a full guarantee Ask tons dealer to show you the CRESCENT line dont buy one claimed to be Just aa good Insist on having the CRESCENT you always be pleased with it I CRESCENT STOVE WORKS Evansv lIe Ind SPOUT SPRING While working inhis shop recently had a lmu badly mashed Mr and Mrs Henry Tuttle tit Ford are visiting relatives here this week W J Chris oplier Jr of Cin cinnati Ohio is visiting nis fa tffrrV J Cliribtopher Sr Pluck hurts imuu happiness than luck A Fleming county maul raised n pumpkin 21 feet long 4 feet and 5 inches in diameter and 04 puund in weight PROFESSIONAL CARDS a ur rdrw a a 0 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYQICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY Dragging DownPains are a symptom of tne most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally comes Irregular and p1lnfulI periods weakening drains backache headache nervousness dizziness ir ritability tired feeling etc The cure IsI I WINE OF Cardul I The Female Regulator I thatwonaerfurr rnUve ftcbleex tract which exerts such a marvelous 1 strengthening Influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain and regulates the menses It is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaintsAt and dealers in 41 00 bottles I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Grove Mo also In my right and left sites and my menses were very painful and Irreg ular Since taking Cardul I feel like anew woman ard do not suffer as I din It is tho best medicine I ever took 7 u OUR NEW PATENT FIVESLl- CEINCANDESCErJT I VIRE CON- EOASTEI r bottomfits all stoves G tches the crumbs C he fifth slice or he or Coffee Pot ToaIn two minutes The wirew ws the heat of a bed of coals For Sale t3y Dealers NARKINS a WILLIS Manufacturers Ann Arbor MIchigan d i L1 7H t COUJCBj AND CURE THE ILUNCa WITH Drm rtings W Discbw fY n I onlc OUCHS OLDS IGOorm AU TIIROAT AND lUNGTI10URLE9It 1II ILANTEED OR UOt1EY E R Rill or Assistant Cash ier of the tnion Blink Trust Company J exington confessed taking 1057700 from the bank gild losing it in the hucket shops and poolrooms of that city The directors of the bank made good the shortage and business went on without interruptio Securing the necessary two thirds vote of tho Alihuim Leg islature the statutory prohibi tion law was last week passed in that State The law will prohibit the sale or giving away of whiskey in Alabama after Oc tober 1 lOt 8 Georgia is the only other state in the Union which has such a law The Kentucky State Develop ment Association which met in Louisville lust week was a very busy and profitable session The Association will meet next year at Henderson Vii den T B Ware attended court at Stanton last week C 0 Curtis was at Clay City Tuesday on business Wo had a big rain Saturdny but nice weather this week H B Walts has rented the J W Baker property and moved to sameMrs 0 Curtis and daugh ter Miss iiud e was the pleasant guest at T B Wares Sunday The people are about through husking corn in these parts and have turned their attention to hog ki Ii g 0 0 demons has rented th A H Anderson property here for next year So Mr lemons will continue in the goods busi ness Thomas Adams who has been at Lexington for the past four months returned to that place Wednesday after a weeks visit among friends and relatives here and at Clay City The hunters are plentiful in this neck of the woods Vernon demons is one among the lucky est hunters that we have heard of he went out Monday and kill ed two rabbits atxone shot Who can beat Vernon dont allsspeak at once The snle of Mrs Sarah Adnms last Friday was very well attend ed and things brought very fair prices One milk cow brought 2125 corn brought 88 cents per shockone weanling cale 0 90 Mrs Adams moved to Lexington Tuesday to make that place her Notre Mrs Rebeca Williams rented the farm till the first of March 0 Progressive Dnminoeards Parties will be the ruge this winter The talo of this now household gnme is breaking nil records DominoiMrds snake an attractive Christmas pres ent to test the skill of adults or a muse the children Send postpaid for 50 cents Sample piece and particulars free More agents wanted Write today Doininoetmls Co 1807 Chouteuu St Louis Mo Iu Young Men and Lndirs with am hition should Loam lrlclruphy Under the new 8 hour law which goes Into effect next March over 18000 additional Telegru pliers are required by the ItxilrnnriR in the United States Positions pay from iGO to 80 per month to heginner You cnn qualify in it or 4 month time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cin ciunatij Ohio o New Watch maker J P Muuppin Watch and Clocl repairing of all kinds on reasonabl 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 Littlepagi for medical treatment or other wise are requested to come for ward and settle same with mo at once Mrs B Littlopage WONDER SALVE The Great Remedy for Family Use All that the name Implies A Marvelous Remedy for all ExternalPurposes Absolutely Free from all- Poisonous Ingredients Cures Burns Dolls Cuts Sores Sore ChappedHandsFelons Carbuncles Cancerous Sores resultingfromfrom poisonous animals or insects and all Wounds and Skin Diseases I I ORJBY 25c per 10x1 HAARER SONS I Ann Arbor Michigan 60 YEARS f EXPERIENCE 1FTRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS Ac uAnone a tketeti and mar quickly ascertainpur tree whether mi Invent Inn 19 DatentnblaCommunte- atinstrictly eonudontlal on sent tree Oldest for ecurlu Leoatentii PatentS taken tlirouuli Jlunu receive tptcial notice wllhont chino In the Scientific Jflticricatu hundiomelf Illustrated weekly fanrett cir culation of any BclontlUo Journal Terror U a Tear I tour mouths IL Sola h1 aII ldler UNNCo3BIDroidwayL New York IImDcb omco rn If tit WOIDII OD D t mss 7 rThis This valnsble remedy is a cure for Dy prpala Indigestion Heart tomacbeor NervousDebility or Prostration and all Diseases arising from a disordered condition of tho titomach Recommended by Physicians Pleasant to take It is not necess ary to diet only in very severe cases The stomach will ioon be In such a healthy condition that one can eat moat any kind of food Two Slzos- 50c and SIGO par box If your druggist docs not bavo It send direct to F L SHINKLE Manufacturing Pharmacist MUNCIE INDIANA Circulars and Testimonials tent on application For Sale Stock of drugs of the late Dr B Littlepage Only drug store in town Apply to Mrs li Littlepnge Clay City Ky THE 1110 WINTER TERn Which is the rush term opens Jan ai Do you want to be a working u nit in the livest most ambitious enthusiastic and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky If SO8ec your County Superin tendent now about an appointment to free tuition if you hive nut already done so and write to time President of the E 1v S N S for a catalog telling him what studies you desire Address R N Roark Pres1- 1hhmn11l1 Kv DUDLEYS DOLLAR r AZORIt 13 easy to L uy sonic kind da razor fra dollar but you wonder if it is I I possible to get a genuine Gcrmnn ground razor of the finest razor steel j with a positive guarantee one that will give you a clean smooth shave tat this pricethat is what we offer You run no risk in a Dud i Icy s Dollar Razor it is backed by our name arid guarantee and it is ex changeable at any time if not satisfactory We have made a reputation on our razors and this is the best dollar razor made and is equal to those usually offered at oo Sent postpaid on receipt ofone dollar and the name ofyour cutlery dealer GRAY 8 DUD1KV HARDWARE Cor Nashville Tpnn HIGH POINT BUGGY COM- anufacturers BEST MEDIUM PRICED BUGGY IN THE SOUTH ThiiVs a reason why Ityou hmvnt mgenoy write ue aboutIt Wholesale only i Address HIGH POINTI N C Name when m lM to AND IRON BEDS II Means Monarch of perfection that are distinguished GoodsI good finish 1 he best very reasonable prices Ask denier to shoW you the fi1inrctrd7j Llililferent r others EveryDed fully guaranteed JMANUFACTURED DY RICHMOND NI DIANA MFC CO Rlthmond lnd I The Hagan Gas or Gasoline Engine The Best the Simplest the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle a full line of Belting Hose Pipe v Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KY Lexington Eastern Ry I Effective NoV18 1906 I EASTBOUND No 2 DuiISx Sun No41nlh II Stationsl A M Lv Lexington 225 735 I 1 Winchester 310 813 II L cEJunction 825 82 Clay City 400 002 II Stnnton 410 910 II Campion June 440 084 Natural Bridge 4 li 042 II Torrent 457 060 II BeattyvilleJunc518 1017 II 0 R Junct 010 1115 Ar Jackson 015 1120 I WESTBOUND No 8- Daily No1 Dai exSiin r Stations P M A m- LvJackson2 20 010 II 0 K Junct 2 25 C 15 l BeattyvilleJ tine 820 j 07 II Torrent 341 730 II Natural Bridge U54 40 II Cainjiton June 357 1S 41 Stanton 420 815 44 Clay City 4l5 2 14 LE Junction 5 07 858 4 Winchester 520 012 ArLexlngtonO05 065 CONNECTIONS L A E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 8 connec with 0 0 for Mt Ster ling Gninpton Junction All trains con nect with the Mountain Central for Gtimpton Trains Nos 8 and 4 will make coo nection at Beattyvillo Junction with L A Hallway for passengers to and from 0 K Junction Trains Nos 8 an d 4 connect with the O K Ky for local stations on that lin- eWEEKLY RIERa JOURNAL And THE TIME Both one year for only One Dollar The President iul election Is a pronching Times have changed That is nil Mr Wntterson ia a I Democrat and hm nlwayg been a Democrat never a Uejnibliean Es nontial difloronces out of the way Dtmiocute are getting together The Courier Journal in going to support tho ticket And there you have it Send your order for this corn bination usnot to the Courier Jminial The regular price of the Veekly CpurirJournnl alone is t1- a year- S y r