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M f THE CLAY CITY TIMES 1 o 50 Cents a Year in Advance alYe tine here to help Clip CrtfJBie Surrounding Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher++ Hl VOL XIII CLAY CITY KY QI URSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 J90 NO 39 We Want 1 Your Business U And have as an inducement to get your trade j one of the best selected stockof Goods ever brought to Clay City Have what you want andat prices to suit you and the times We can clothe you we can feed you can furnish your house from cellar to garrett and can supply r wants in anything else you need where it is fithe business of a firstclass store to furnish it i Will Always Appreciate a Share of Your Trade I ItC SHIMFESSEL 11 I Lays just received a lull and attractive line i Summer ofI Including India Linons Linen Lawns Sheer white sad colored Waistings Ro- A of back side combs Fast Color Dress Ginghams that weio- 12Jc reduced to lie Best Calicoes 7 jr Granulated Sugar 6J The best 16c Coffee in the market Perfection Flour and MealftlwLtysOn hand At Lowest Prices Also Freshcanned Goods Meats and Lard nil low eat prices Will also keep on hand 1ShcliedOats Corn and Shlpstuff IS r will buy Chickens and Eggs either for Cash or Trade J B EATON Takes Roosevelt to Task t William J Bryan sent a tele gram from Detroit to President Roosevelt in which lie challeng ed him to product proof of the Charges against love Haskoll of Oklahoma treasurer of the Dem ooraticNationalaommittee Mr PresiTentthe Democratic partyHIshall not permit any responsible mem berof the Republican organiza tion to misrepresent the Demo I I ChambraysShirtings fce beautiful line and i Feed cratio party in the present ca paign The telegram concludes with the statement that the Democratic party is making an ho est and honorable htin defers of its principles and policies and andawilldemundhouorIbe Republicacampaign n B yet made no reply to the tele gram Dpnt forget the meeting of the OlayOity Da Club Friday night M Good CoyIn Powell It need notjjbe said that good corn cannot rown on most all land in Powell county Last week we were over a field of a bout four or five acres belonging to Eld AlberttEaster This land until has demonstrated what the con sidered poor land will produce We were nev r in a field of bet ter corn anywhere and plucked two ears and brought home with us to prove what we say here to be true Oe of these ears of corn is twelve inches long and the other oqe fourteen inches long The two weighed four pounds wlfe first pulled green from the stalls The field we reo fer toison a inside and is what is known as hite oak land The Parsosl has a secret about raising such mammoth corn as wellas the Adaptability of the soil There is no excuse for hard living wl1enjsuchcom can be grown on as Easters and when itan bought for so lit tIe money The Ctub Meeting The Clay Gty Democratic Club met Friday was well attend ed Seventeen new members were added to the Club It was not so the Hon John D Atkinson could be present and address th blubtso speeches were rna y Attorneys J H 0 Rearand Luther Loving These young men gave excellent talks and were loudly cheered The Olub passed an order to try and have the Hon A Floyd Byrd address one of the meetings at an early dateIAfter transacting other impor tant business the club adjourned until Friday night Sept 25 when it is hoped to have a full program and some outoftown speakers r Found 50 oo on Roadside Returning from a drive through the county last week one of our twnsmen was heard to remark I was a little surprised to find 50 lying in the road beside the fence at the corner of one of our prominent and business farmers home and the more so to find that it had lain there for quite awhile unmolested but begin ning to look much the vorso ow ing to exposure The money was in the way of farm implements that will have to be replaced by new ones before many years un less cared for better This is food for thought on the part of the farmer Elder M P Lowry pastor of thOchurch at Virden was in the city yesterday He xis conduct hismchurch Elder J W Harding who came to assist him and who andnSunday morning was called home Sunday afternoon on account of the serious illness of his wife A special iriof the Indiana legislature is convened for the purpose of passing a local option law Temperance speakers have been interuptedandalmost force fulefforts usodUo thwart the ef forts of the cause When the i State capital was being used by a temperance speaker he and his indorsers were ejected by the policeS Easter announces for Assessor of Powell county in this issue of the Times Mr Easter is a son of Elder Albert Easter a young mart of sobrietv and correct moral habits and as good a Democrat as his father The Democrats of the con nuty could secure no better man for the place and it is hoped a full ticket can be made up of such capable and deserving men Any thing you want can be bought by mail Try the Lexiflg ton Purchasing Agency for your shopping Best of References For particulars addres Lexington Pur shoeing Agency Box 60 Lexing ton Ky West Bend John White of this place haS entered Berea College Miss Allie Berry spent last Sunday with Miss Sudie Curtis Mrs W S Roberts spent Saturday with Mrs J A Roberts Mrs Strother Niblack spent last Friday with Mrs I N Berry Mr and Mrs Ohas Roundtreo have moved to this place from Rosslyn Several from this plape have I been attending church at Virden this week II Misses Mattie Stella and Nan cy Berry spent last Sunday with Misses Sarah and May demons Mrs Mandy Stafford of Sim cue Ky visited her brother Mr J A Roberts one day last weekMr F M White sold his farm to Mr Bob Timelier of this place and will leave in the near future for Illinois I Bro Harding of Winchester delivered a very interesting set mon to a largo crowd at Virden last Sunday Miss Bessie Berry and Mr AI bert Berry visited Miss Lizzie Tuylof of Winchester from Sat urday until Sunday Mr and Mrs Hack Caywood of Judy visited the formers sis ter Mrs J M Everman from Saturday until Sunday Those who attended Mt Sterl ing court from this place Monday were G W and I N Berry Thomas True J A Roberts J + M Everman and Letcher Dalton Married at the brides sis T ters Mrs Henderson Borders Wednesday evening at four o clock Mr Levi Everman to blissvEva RatliU The writer extends congratulations ar Mr Willie Crow of Indian died of typhoid fever Thurstfny was buried at this place the following day The loved OMes have our sympathy in their sad hour of bereavement Notice I will sell one good Cane Mill Evaporator and Fire Uox The cane mill No 1 Fire box and evapor ator 11 feet long Call on J R Hurst Vaughns Mill Ky and get a bargain SEEDSGrowsPedigreed successful seed growing behind them It pays to plant the hest- Seasonable Specialties UBANS y Earliest Rnl Valentine 350 Bushel i RelitgeeExtra Early Ijaj Bushel New StrlneUts Green Port 370 Bushel Wardwells Imp Kidney Wax Uy Bushel Davis New White Wax 1475 BusheliCurries Rust Proof Wax 450 Extra Early Alaska PEAS 350 Bushel i New Early Grailus 3 SO Bushel Herefords Market Gartlcn Bushel Buckbees Lightning Express jjoo Bushel Lettuce RxIIih Tomato end a full line of Seeds Plants and Bulbs lit lowest growing prices t- Send for catalogue or submit a list of your requirements and will quote prices MoneyWrite H W BUCKBEE1363BKit etSI Rockford Seri Firms Rockford IB t t Clearance Sale I Of our Entire Stock atIBARGAINPRICES a V Trimmed Hats 50c to 500 Street Hats your own price Flowers Wings Quills andtPlumes at prices that will make you buy Hosiery Belts Gloves Combs and Hairpins Everything is included in this sale as we mean taclose them out These are Cash Prices only You Cant Afford to Miss this Opportunity RespoafuDy Mrs WaN Bush r THE TIMES rUULISUEU EVERY TUUHSDAY J B Unrijher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents jer year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail mutter Thursday + Sept 24 1908 CLUB JtATES Fair the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged qlubjates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and CourierJournal 100 Cincinnati Enquirer 110 II Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 ANNOUNCEnENTS For County Clerk Vc are authorized to announce OnAB Ewes candidate for County Court Ilerk subject to the action of the Dein iKratic party We are authorized to announce JVfWool cry candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce R A Irvin Sr candidat for the olllce of County Superintendent of Schools of 10l1 county subject to the action of the Democratlo party For Jailor Wo are authorized announce JOHN P GAYLOUD candidate for Jailor sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Geo Stephens as candidate for Tailor mib jest to the action of the Democratic c e party Wo are authorized to Announce Jag F Martin candidate for Jailor of Iow ell county subject to the action of the Democratc party Wo are authorized to announce Char lie Clark candidate for Jailor oftow f1CDlmocratlofi For Assessor 0 Wo are authorized to announce 8 JC Easter as candidate for Assessor 01 Powell county subjei t to the action o time Democratic party g How the Tariff Helps the Farmer All the surplus of our farm products exported wheat corn und beef is exported The tariff upon them isof no value to our farmers The tariff on wheat is for the purpose of deception to make the farmers think that it was a benefit to them Wo raise more wheat than we oai use and the surplus must be sold abroad and the price there is not only fixed by competition but estab lishes the home price Wheat and porn have ever had a higher v tlue under low tariff than under high tariff The foreigner used the agricul tural implements made in Amer ica to cultivat his crops purchased at cheaper prices and solis his products in the same market as the American farmer The farmer in foreign lands = plows his fields with an Ameri Y can plow bought from U0per cent tyJO per centcheaperthan our farmers can buy it he uses an American harrow to pulver ize and prepare the soil for se ding This harrow is bought cheaper than our farmers can buy it though our farmers may e livo in tho country where the im plements are made cuts his wheat with an Amelcan machine bought 25 to 85 percent cheaper than it can he fought in this country thrashes his wheat with 4 an American machine run by power furnished by tin American t engine bought cheaper than our 4farmers can buy Hj fhauls his wheat to time railroad in anrA wericnn wagon purchased blieiip or than it can be bougljt by our farmers j tho chains snaps and harness on his horses ore Amer icon make andpurchasedcheap er than otfr people can purchase then The wheat is thrown into bins or elevators and the scoops used in handling it are American make sold cheaper abroad than at home the cars carrying the wheat to Liverpool can run over American rails sold ffoni 8 to 12 a ton cheaper than our rail roads have to pay And this wheat is placed foe sale in cpjnpetitjon with American wheat and con trotstheprice of every bushel of wheat raised inthe United Stafesand this is the protection furnished the American farmer by thoDingley bill and the Re publican party The tariff is a hardship on the farmer he sells his products in competition but all he buys is in a protected market Tho tariff compels tho farmer to pay high er transportation for his prod ucts The increased cdst of rail road construction by reason of the tariff on lumber steel and iron is estimated at 4000 per mile The Republicans say that this is paid by the railroads While in a sense this is trup yet in the end it comes from the pock ets of the people in increased freight rates It increases the cost of nearly pyery article that he needs and must have The surplus of the farms is sold in foreign lands When the farm products reach Liverpool the schedule qf theDingley billdo not render any aid The farmer buys his supplies in a highly protected macket and sells his products in a free mar ket He pays into the coffers of the trusts and protected producers for all his farm tools his clothes his hat und shoes hili ta bleware stoves for his harness and is taxed for ev erything he needs from the upeahfsfuabyto the coffin in which he is finally laid and his children are taxed for the little monument they erect at his grave The farmer has in the past been assured that protection is extended to the products of his lulor against the competition of similar products imported from abroad for sales in our markets This proposition assumes that our frrmers are ignorant arid easily deceived Do the hone markets invite the great staples of agriculture from abroad Whaj farmer in this country ev er saw in our markets for sale corn wheat br opts from a for sign country Our farmers sell abroad and feed the world Every claim of protection for the liome market is a shame and a fraud Under the hypocritical pretense oil protection for what the farmer sells he has been for years and is now compelled to pay taxes on the necessaries ofI life They used to tell us that the low tariff caused panics and led many to believe that the panic pf 1898 ias caused by the Wislon biUthat went into effect in AU gust 3894 a wonderful back ac tion effect of that measure But today that claim is abandoned since with a high protective tar iII and 111 the midst of time most wdndforful prosperity we have a panic Time old jirguinent with which they deceived the people has been proven to be false The papers are filled with accounts of failures and bankruptcy La bog jj unemployedlIInd a million workSoup ed in our cities amj the demand for helpto flu8tainHfe is without nparallelin Qurnutioua history t AVhilepve pro1pprrous last f fyears mm thins rnot ceusad by our tariff hive- Under the lowt r law of 1840 the census feportsfsliow tel per cent of gainB tviiluoofkli farm products tiill time lint ten years frUf Forakers exposure is onlyTthe beginning of a bn for Get riciiquick RepublicanI Senators and Congressmen who have heretofore4nahaged to keep cover but who areydoomed to go down on record ajgrafters and attorneys for that different trusts If you Obs tV W1ie smoky iit mosphere it ts=faint the fires of the Northwest IfAour tie Use of smell is toiichedbyjm obnoxious scent it is from I the Forakef Archibold Taft and Compjnny exposure by WRtHur8t J The much tall edof Court at Jackson has at last convened Judge A J M pockram went up Monday called the court and re lheseIBeware of ments for Catarrh That ContalnJMercury as mercury Wttl t tlegtroy the sense of smell and completely de rantro the whole system when en tering it through the mucous sur faces Such irrtiolcs should never be used except orj prescriptions from reputable physicians us the damage they will do is ten fold to time goad youcan pbssibly derive I torn them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured bytJ Oheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is takeninternally wot inj directly the blood and- 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atta8otrrri 7fc It idh you tvcry tN ff yw o w t I ywwrarj rZSc t i is Cot ea1Hl fAlOOIsmSlCLNSl C 111 COUHTRYMIICIWfISa I COTTONG I t A litre 4yHi- h p- drreu w CCU t In aaki dnpnolmjw afawraUlp jiutinllv Tody FFeiaIlmirdllm rpr fjIb reaaie md O 7a nMIIin e MI It4AoIAaaio wh1srI anancol aAd rW WrieTadr REh1Ehf8ERTt150FTFJAWftTW W VW oSqT- HE SUMTER MANUfACTURHte CMPAHVMI aa4EMTQR RCi 4- ie a 1 w- w i r w ate wIan f 111 fIM13s iz 4 AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Sept 24 1008 LOCAL BREVITIES DiiiNk WAINSCOTS POP Red river is now lower than it chas been before in four years A E Sarosior Buckerville Spout Tuesday with relatives in the city W S Rogers of Dayton Ohio is visiting relutives in the city and county The fall equinox occurred Tues daybut it failed to bring up the usu il reactionary storms t Mrs Ellen McKinney visited her daughter Mrs Lennie Grow at Jackson Jast week j ITheacorn crop is fine this year I and they are now fulling and the porkers beginning to fatten on I them Mrs Sarah Eaton of Oincin natijR visiting her mother Mrs j tives Americus Curry and other rela MT and Mrs AP Johnson attended the funeral of Miss Minta Hammons at Winchester 0 FridayrMesdames Millie and Emma Mountz attended the dedication of the KP Home at kexingttfn this week L 11 v Mrs Jf E Sams daughter Miss Jodella and little son Al ir Ionof Ruckerville arq visiting 2 relatives in the city ir JI Frank Newell and a crew of men are widening out the fill at the cutoff This is a much t needed improvement The protracted meeting being conducted at Spout Springby Elder J T Turpm had up toI yesterday five additions and the meeting continues Some say we notliable to have any more rain until we have three frosts It beingtoo dry for oI much damage we would gladly welcome the frosts Deputy Sheriff Alvin Fortner A is busy collecting taxl1nd will be pleased to write youmt a receipt in exchange lor the amount r lIe holds against you W AV Wilson and 0 O Dan iel attended the Grand Lodge of K Ps at Lexington this week They report the now Widows and Orphans flomea great Jibing bliss West the proficient Ladles hat trimmer of Cincinnati who was with Mrs Bush last spring is again with liar and is trimming a fine jot of fall ihats jxnd will be rea 5 dy ifor the Opening Oct rlst tiThe game of ball Sunday at Stanton between the Home team t I and the Cincinnati Avondales re Stnntpnz a scpro ri tell Us the most sensational part t pf the game to ffl Dr Smith as w umpire For Sale orRest 11t Cottagcvono of the host homes m n QlayCity Plenty of water gar i den outbuildings etc Inquire at thist ofilceIShIAglasfor Sale A iCl1l ti yofgodsawed chest nutfihinglea atcorreot prices t i iPQ iPryor 3 4- SpontSptinglI1y4 L Jjij I Misses Norhia Wesfj Martha dues and Maggie Portner and Messrs Olark Tanner Charles Jackson and Joe Tanner accom panied by Mr and Mrs 01 Myna were the guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Otis Flynn in Clay City Winchester Democrat Joe ltolmau and family have returned from Sampsel Missouri where they went seven months ago to make their home Mr Holman says ho knows he can make a living in Powelland that the surroundings here are much pleasanter than 1111 new country CourierJournal Cuts A Special Rate of 135 For The Cam paign and Election For the first time in its history The Courier Journal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper is 6a year or 3 for six months For the campaign a rate of125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months of June July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until December 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receive x Henry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will sup port the Democratic ticket from end ltO end and be believes the ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited by Col W B Haldqman has made the same rate 8125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Democratic afternoon paper printed anywhere The Clay City Times one year and either of the above daily papers from this date to December 1st 1908 for only 81 50 The AntiSpitting Crusade Everybody should help stop the pub lic spitting habit by sending a two cent stamp today for our attractive unique hanging card which warns a gainst spitting nuisances People will take notice of this caad and onco seen never forgotten Address DOMINO CARDS Co 1807 Cliouteau St Louis Mo Daily CourierJournal from now until December 1st during the campaign and the Times one year both for 1150 Subscribe today Kimbrell Mrs Ann Patrick who has bsen very sick for several weeks is no bettor r Thomas Clem and W J Ad ams attended Mt Sterling court last Monday t Nelson Witt and several of his pupils attended the reunion and speaking at Irvine last Saturday Mrs Will Witt of Iron Mound visited her brothers Harlin and Saturdayand The National Issue Club will meet at the Kimbrell school house next Saturday atj 80 p ra Every bydy invited Morris Larison has been ap pointoiadministrator of the8 gate of Nick Puckett with J 1- Oottmaii Asa Witt and aM Johnson as appraisers RovxRN Bush the noy pas toj nt JnoksqnXGjiKpol filled the appointfnent at place Sunday morningand preached jft- titimbrell jschdl houso ySQhday night 1 c C 1 i 7 S rt Autocratic Legislation The Republican House has passed rules by which no legislation can be enacted only by the Speakers consent This auto cratic Ozar like Speaker Cannon made gooduse of the iron rule imposed unto him and many im portant measures were neglected There was never so much power placedover legislation in any in human kingdom on the globe as was putinto Speaker Cannons hands last session of Congress Every member of the House might favor a certain bill which displeased the Czar Cannon and he would so interpret the rules that the measure could not be voted upon He has all power over legislation while the Presi dent can only veto a bill under twothirds vote This is Republican rule and it is fast drifting into absolute one bythein the Speaker And as it is a gain shown in the selection of candidate for President Stray Call Male calf found on my place Aug 32 Calf has slight signs of Jersey with white spots in forehead and between front legs about three months old Ownercan havesame payingcharges ospout Spring Ky F rm For Sale Boundaryof about 175 acres one mile from Spout Spring Price 8120000 and well worth the mon ey Mrs Belle Burgher y Spout Spring Notice to Trespassers All personA are hereby notified that all hunting and trespassing is forbidden bv the undersigned who will prosecute to the extent of the law all persons violating this no tice B B HUTSON TI1E Winchestei Bank INOORPOBATED N H WiTiiERSPobN Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms and corporations 84 A B F BERRY Undertaker e Keeps a Full Supply of Coffins Caskets Bu rial Robes and Suits S Also can furnish Home Made Cot o tins to Order aa Short Notice a I Wiles Desired West Bend Ky- e IS SSII e + Io + iJPMAi1PINf Watchmaker Jeweler I Kinds of Watch and Clock J jAilPllhlngOn 5hoitNotlco and Terms SATISFAC nON GUARANTEED Line of Jewelry Ii Spectacles Call and see aeIa the Red River Hotel BulWlBg CLAvciTY lSCENTUCKY ItIffl+ Fi +++ IJi tn j i Farms for Sale Bluegrass farms for sale throughout Central Kentucky Good busi ness to exchange for farm B F Adcock Paris Ky- Photographs PhotoIgraphsCity Those wanting pictures will please come at oncei 60 YEARSI EXPERIENCE DESIGNS I COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a iketeh and d ma anlcklr oar opinion trH whether au probably p t CommuneounUoaIe eonCdenttal HANDBOOK oo Patents Mnt free OldMt tamer patente Patents taken Munn Co reamnotlct without cbaree In tfio Scientific Httterican A banfeoraelr Illnitrated weakly Tareett etr Teearrlfourinonthi1a 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have used It be a on Ni 1 The 262230 ST Mo end rd new that far the market for old hits alt wounds that lie the ocean or the did not believe were you Porters cure sores cure and will you toplace the in you that the tvondeilul ever needed In the are cut for but you once do not your fpr FREE We tathfc we due fam anti thus lot free mid yourself that progresslalong the line of new has in this o will cure Catarrh ciemEar BitcslStings in for Go Wj 1ln Hi City is for in story 1y- i ril THE YOU3 5 TeX by Nu rees and 5P yt M D iiiiy trlra riof ctH Irj sf Li jY urt ii 11 ty r4 rn lrtnec ta for Na furl yw ito lA wit jI a fJ 1 jN a We with the by they wilt tttc number cent who never To sure getu call iour of tell not OF free the Sot supported by gdode everywhere Orphan girls between the agesof fiveand tliirtcepwiljflje re coVcdt d J eligible hope to tnfttr tli 5bQya later r1TforL they are seiit ve wAnt to know the twipe ligeheiilthehnrnctert etc neitherIluive any such children to write to 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