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A T T 1Nv ++ i xrAi1 a N tiyl + 7 p s r 1 J9 i p I ern I 1 THECLAYIeI Y TIMESr 10 0 i j v v i u50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help ClayCitjfthe e Sorroonding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher t 4 w 4 i VOL XIV CLAP CITY Ky TIIURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30 J 900 NO 311 v Fatal Accident Isaac Dunaway aged about sixtyfive died Sunday from an injury received from ii lick while half soling a sled The half solo which vas attached to the sled nt ono end and was being bent to the proper position by Mr Dun away broke loose and struck him knocking him back on the sled inflicting the fatal injuries De- ceasedr was the father of George Dunaway of Vaughns Mill Bro Bush Returned The Rev E L Southgate is returned as Presiding Elder of the Lexington district and the Rev Robt N Bush is retained as Preacher in Charge on the lo cal work We are well pleased to have Bro Bush remain with us He seems to have accomplished more than the general run of ministers sent to this field Buys Interest in Store Marshal A P Johnson has bought half interest in H Ct Warmouths store at Walters ville and taken charge of the business Will Eaton is serving the town as marshal and will probably succeed Mr Johnson who it is rumored will resigr the place at the regular meeting to morrow night And EntertainmentI Miss Adeline Bersotof theNew TorkSohoolI Expression will nppearattlieresbyterian0litaicbIn terpretation dramatization of Margaret Alayos Polly of the lircusi Tuesday evening Oct kith at 800 p m Admission adults 25o children 15c Failed In Examination F P Tracy failed to pass the examination required for County Superintendents consequently cannot make the race for that offce The Democrats have not yet named his successor i j t I I I t Hl SO I f J y oi r111 i j c lr kr N in 1 fJr f f f- tu 4e i C 7 rvim t AXir y Damage Suit Settled John Larison last week brought suit in Circuit court for 10000 damages against Janis Bloom of this city for alinatinghis wifes aflections Larison has since compromised the case we understand for 15 00 and some light side consideration Another Failure The Democratic nominee for County Superintendent of schools of Rowan county failed as ours did in powell Mrs Cora Wilson Stuart sister to Mrs E B Mc Glone of this city is being strong ly urged to make the race for the office The excursion from Torrent to High Bridge Sunday was very liberally patronized from nil a long the line and an excursion from Cincinnati to Natural Bridge brought in eight coaches of excursionists Mrs Durrett White and fami ly are moving to Winchester to reside Her soninlaw J W Murphy has bought a grocery store and Bennett White will conduct the business for him We have had two light frosts over the county the past week lough none has been seen in this itt Trisome places green cornblades were bitten together with other tender vegetation 3 0 Hurst Republican nomi neo for CountyV judge ofJBrcath itt county was shot and proba bly fatally wounded at his home at Willhurst Sunday about dark by his brother Hannibal Hurst Mr and Mrs T B Burris of Winchester are visiting relatives at Vaughns Mill Regular meeting of the City Council tomorrow night Ladles Dont full to see cur new line of railored Snits MM J W Williams iwv rSHIMFESSELS The Old Reliable Place For Everything You Need in General Merchandise if Goods Delivered to All Parts of the Cityyj Country Produce Bought and Sold A Liberal Share of Yourpatronag e Solicited VESSEL Si 3 CLAY CITY 1 KENTUCKY j- r 0 i J Io jfb J 4It- e Jfw Next A Democratic Congres- sIt dont tt ke as much sense to be President as it does to be eithet or Congressman Itthese daY 1ays Congressman Champ Clark jWhat we need most is Congressmen who will lookout for the people The tariff per cent worse than any bill pver passed in the United States and this can be fig tired out bylplaiu arithmetic When the maximum schedule goes into effect it will be 25 per cent worse Every manufactured article willtaost more just assure as you iiraborn If the peo pie do not elect a Democratic Congress next time it will be the strangest thing that ever happened in AnJerican politics j Clay City Wins Another In one oftlie prettiest games of the seasonftled Sons frisky bunch of Clay pity Kittens took the proud S li n Oollegiates in to camp on tlieuocal lot last Sat urday afternoon by the close score of 0 to 51 The game was exciting fromthe beginning to the end butfrom the start Clay City had it wont Red pltched masterly gatiiejallowmg but few hits nil of tvhic were wel scattered while lit supporters were 1 over on the i to asSIst him Stanton plnjsnice game but they need practice and some ad ditiolis to cope with tlieyEfyoun g Lv IiootJ 11 t rtI iv v Visiting old Home Mrs Jno Eckley and daugh ter Miss Grace of Stephens Store Mo arOYsiting Mrs J H Eaton of the city and county It has been thirtyfour yertr since Mrs Eck ley visited thecounty of Powell her former hone and the chan ges that have uikon place during MallYIKentuckians and Madison county journeyed to Boone county Alo many years ugo where wet are glad to say they have prospered and helped to make the State of Missouri the great Commonwealth that she is iDeath offMre H- Airs Hull aged seventy six years diedfat her home in his city Friday morning at half past four oclock Funeral by the Rev R AiIrvin and burial at Stanton Saturday in the presence of a large lumber of people fDeceased issurvived by two children Mrs 0 Shimfessol of this city and liars J W Ham of Clothier West Virginia besides a number of grand chit dren Her husband and seven children had preceded her in loath She was a member of the Christian church for more than fifty years and was known byall as a grand old lady Ynughnsliiilaewell genre seated at Higli Bridgo Sunday Ant the number was observ ell Mr and Mrs Sam Wells McKinneyMiss fes86lt Willie Jlendricks Mack Iravett jKd3ufi R L fe seJ1I JirrandBob Bush S A s 1 11 1 lr1Fi if r SI 9 f jp t- R JIdo f4 W I l tt To the Republicans of Powell County There is some campaign talk that seems to be for the purpose to cause the Republicans to dis favor me in our convention in regard to money matters for cam paign purposes The leading Republicans seemed to have sanc tioned my proposition apparently on the money question until a few days ago Iliad a talk with a leading Re publican last spring when it was being agitated that I would be time coming candidate I told him the amount I thought we could use in a legitimate way He thought the candidate for Judge should put in twice as much I told him that on condi tions 1 would put in that much He remarked that that would be practically or equal the same I hada consultation with another leading Republican two months ago and he gave me a partial outline of how the campaign ought to be run and thought I ought to put in the amount my first counsellor mentioned I told him I would under con li tions and he seemed to be pleas ed with the proposition untila short time ago 1 understand they had a little caucus at Stanton and decided that I should put in one thousand dollars if I wanted to be the nom inee or could be if 1 did This meeting was held without giving me a show to be at the confer once 1110ii 1dt tfffiiJott + + ll seemed to me it was for the pur pose of bluffing me off the track If taking from what is being talked by the people all over the county for a basis the office of County Judge is almost ready to be picked up and that there is some other parties who want it nowThere is other talk being cir culated for the purpose of weak ening my prospects and that is that the Democrats want me nominated because I would be the easiest beat but it is not the case It is because they think there will be a Republican Judge this time and they prefer me to look after the county affairs to any other Republican in the county I have been riding over the up per part of the county six days and my observation of conditions is that the County Judge will bo elected by the voice of the good element of the people this year x instead of by flooding the county with money and whiskey of which I oppose as much as possible un der the circumstances As there seems to be one great issue and that is the amount of money instead of the man in our convention I will say this I will not limit the money propo sition to the amount I first mom tioned but according to what J think is required after the battle is over and the smoke has clear ed away and I look overtime battlefield but if defeated we will withdraw from the field in good order and consider ourselves prisoners R W GARRETT Notice to Taxpayers My term of office expires Janua ry 1 1910 I am heldresponsible to the County and State for all tax that can be collected This means I must collect or lose your tax ed ajTrsiohxseEnotdiT1et d ber 1st the heavy penalties will be imposed by law and I will proceed 1 to levy and sell till I collect the tax of the county in full The law is imperative uid I must be Payat once and save me the trouble at d you the heavy expense of paying either the penalty or the cost of sale J M Kennon Sheriff Powell Co 1I tli1l la III ImnnHII Every Hat at a Big Reduction byIHats made and Trimmed to Order h1 d IlIlre FRAcTICAL MILliNER located in Central Hotel Sample Room rq 1 p f t pJJ J i + s A J I L 7 + Kr a J t r i J L b 0 0 ilIJ 1 0 = Lf r THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUUSUAT J E burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vaoce otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 30 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates pricesbelowThe TIMES and CourierJournal 100 CI Cincinnati Enquirer 110 t Louisville Commercial 75 1 Home and Farm 75 Domoeiiiti TiolcotJ For Circuit Judge JAMES 11 BENTON For Commonwealths Attorney B A CATCHER- For County Judge- D It DANIEL For County Attorney 11 A PHILLIPS For County Clerk JAMES W+ WOOLERY For Circuit Clerk CIFAS N CROW For Sheriff WM BOWEN Jr For Assessor G A ORABTREE For Jiilor GEO STEPHENS For Magistrates WT ADAMS JAMES KINCAlbI ALLEN rj Some Common Sense Talk This is rich The tobacco trust a criminal organization a con victed felon has sued the tobacco raisers Kentucky for 185000 damages alleging that the Burley Society is a conspiracy in re straint of trade in that the trust was forced to buy tobacco at 18 cents a pound when it was worth only eight cents I The Sherman antitrust law that was alleged to have been framed to prevent the organization of capitalist trusts is the club being usedand doubtless the federal judges will grant the judgment Why not arrest the tobacco trust for sell ing its tobacco at 50 cents when it is worth onlv eight according to its own petition But the law does not work that way It works only against the useful member of society Why was time trust focred to buy tho to bacc Who forced it Under what statute was it compelled to pay more than it was worth It could have let the tobacco alone J andgone out of business When tho work people demand more bread for their toil and quit work rather than starve working the law never helps themAppeal to Reason A Analysts Sereno Payuqs analysis of the changes in the tariff is based on ly on importations and not on consumption What ho calls reductions are loss of revenue what ho calls increases mean tho increased revenue on last years imports But the reductions are largely hypothetical as the pres ent rates are prohibitive The greatest tax is the tax imposed by the American manufacturers on American consumers Here is where the burden rests and this tariff is shaped not for re lief but for increased exactions Louisville Post This is funny talk for so strong rt Republican sheet but the strongest of them are being turn ed by the deceitful and twofaced tactics of the trust producing par tv May many more of them get their eyes opened even if at the last hour John Langley says he is again a candidate for Congress and that there is no Democrat who can heat him hisown party will not try to run any other man for tho nomination One thingthe Democratic party cannot do is ti put up a man who will fool the people any better than John can T E Tipton of Millers Greek was in the city the lust of the week Mr Tipton is being urg ed to make tho race for Repre sentative on the Democratic tick ot There are other prospective candidates in thefield and there is Buroitobaa race on this fall Vn1v We would like to ask our friend John Langley how he is getting along building those turn pikes he was going to build for us if he was returned to Con gress Notice to Thee of Pow ell County I am a candidate for the nomi nation for County Judge sub ject to the decision of the voters that is entitled to a voice in our coming convention My policy is economy in our county alfairji when practical and consistent I am for every one having accord ing to law their share of whats honest fair and square It has been said that the county is e normously in debt If the reins of the county affairs should fall into my hands as far as it is in my power I will guide judiciously and try to help get it out If nominated I appeal to the tax payers and thinking men of the county for their support- R W Garrett +++ + + + + + tJo + + 10 t + + JtJot+ +++ ++t+ + + + + + + + + + ++1o ++ +++ r +++ 1 I STANTON A COLLEGE 1 IEvY teacher a professional 235 students malt year inew departments this year Not a poor University but good College Common Branches High School i tfat small expense Write for Prospeclus for 1909rl910 if R A McCONAGHA President STANTON KENTUCKY v t oHo+ Io + Abdf3t Fq t +++14 01 +010+ 10 +++ 3444 ri 4 ++ +o1o ++++t+ +++++ ++ + + + ++++ jNj ti+ + j+oS ++ + t Savings Bank AccumulationS The enormous sums accumulated in tho Jjanks of the- countryinstitutions organized ecclusivolydoes the accumulations of time people The report of tho Q9 ptiollm of tho Currency at Washington shows that the savings deposits in tho national banks many of which encourage thrift by inviting persons to place small a mounts in their keeping paying interest thereon amount to 880 401000 Surely this is a very tidy sum and added to the bill ions in time savings banks shows that the economical and saving have a very sizable and satisfactory financial anchor to the wind ward in the event of a storm ap preaching Some people starve by industry while others wax rich by idleness under what is called a great and prosperous Republican govern merit Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury us mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucous sur faces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the Rood you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Tolodo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally net ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces 9 the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and mude in Toledo 0 hio by F1 ChVrir CoTes timonjuls free pjlky Sold by Drug i + cPrice75c per bottle v Take Halls Family Pilis for con stipation REPUBLICAN COriX NTION fThe Republicans qteowell Conn ty are hereby called try meet in mass convention at theJOourt House in Stanton Ivy on Saturday Oct Oth 1009 at 1 oclockvSpYm for the purpose pf selectingtfiepubllcan Nominees for such Gpurity Ojflces as deemed advisable j to be voted for in tho coming Novoiuber election i By order of PowelljCouhty Re publican SEEDSFreth Reliable Pure Gutnnleed to Pleats Gardener and Plantershouldtutth0uperlor Nortbero Grown SPIUIIALrrER FOR 10 CENTS we win send postpaid our FAMOUS COLLECTION 1 piCo CO Dir adhbrI pk1 rlaw lo- I kaaIWrwlralq ao 1 pka rrlr arrw cbbI lbr UrU M uktt LoUo 100 LIla Trltl CkIIlwr5d tit e100 Writ todarl 80410 ont to hap t 1 and- paektoa ODd r at hi aloo nano olrIoD to or wltb oar 1rw and adruetio Garqn Guido 1iiDCOue 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Hendricks his farm pf fiftyfive 4 mores on Hardwicks Creek for 000 The State fair at Louisville is pronounced success and besides made a clear profit of nearly 15000 v Luther Loving in Cincinnati last week after bus iness for SwannD1y Lumber Company rand Mrs Everett Welts of Winchester were guests of P D Toad and other relatives near the i city this week v t Mr and Mrs John W Con lee of near Mt Sterling spent Tuesday with their daughter Mrs Wm O Martin Just received nice life of Lodies Tailored made Suits Suits that will please you Mrs J Williams Mrs J 0 Allen spent two days the last of the week with her father 0 W Barnett at the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lex ington Mrs J W Ham of Olothier W Va was called here last week on account of the death of her mother Mrs Mary E Hall + Mrs Ham returned home yester f day Mr and Mrs Reuben Tipfon Winchester visited relatives I near the city three days this week arid attended services at t Powell Valley Saturday and Sunday ICARD OF THANKS To allof the many friends whose sympathy and services were so kindly tendered 1our time of bereavement and sorrow in the death of fur dear mother Mrs Mary Hall we desire to extend our sincere thanks v The Children Qo With a Rush I The demand fur that wonderful 1rStomnoh Liver and Kidney wr rrKings New LlfePillsill as If founding I say they iutver fate the like Its because j1 vneverfailto lure Sour Stea- ladbt onstlpatiQn indlgestion1lil C i lSnesaJ nun ioe Sick headache I J Chills und Malaria Qnly2GcFor f sale by al Urugglats f tj f t FJt s f + tr aa i1S 01i Y ff j e- r t 1 hk iI lr- r rt pr Now that the pool of tobacco is about to be 71 successythe Com merdial Tribune agent for the tobacco trust has begun a free circulation to thwart the best interest of the growers The Road to Succesti has man ii jlwl hn none en desperate as pi or health Success today demands health but Electric Bitters is the gerWest health build er the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys 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fella In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE U to the best medicine ever Sold over a druggists counter j p iA r rs Furnace i- II H B Barnes was transacting business in Clay City Friday Miss Lyllie Wntson is visiting her cousin Miss Ethel Stacyof Cincinnati this week Mr unil Mrs Tints Watson spent a few days with relatives in Louisville last week Professor French is conducting another class in vocal music Ho began last Thursday night with twentyone schollars Clevo Barnett of Spout Spring and Mrs Crow were married at the residence of the brides father Oar Wise Thursday Sept 23 Will Puckett some time since went below to work He return ed last week but lost his pocket book and thirty dollars while on the train returning home SPOUT SPRING Asa Todd visited relatives in Clark county Monday Alfred Orow has moved to the B S Burgher property Joe McKinney was one of the number who attended court at Winchester Monday W J Christopher visited his son T S Christopher in Clark county a few days this week Saturday and Sunday are preaching days at Salem We hope to see a good crowd out Eld George W McIntosh and family spent Sunday with Robert McIntosh on Galloways creek Mr and Mrs Asa Barnett vis ited the tatters sister Mrs Bet sy Riipard near Pilot View two days this week v ThosS McKinney sold four steers at Winchester Monday weighing on an average of about 1350 for 240 00 bisllfllrmmoved to Clark county last week fromlWinchester 05 acres for which Mr McKinney paid 90 00 per acre Attorneys for Beach Hargis ap peared before the Court of Ap+ peals and made arguments for a new trial for their client An affidavit from Hargis will be presented alleging that JudgeAd ams who sat in the case was personally and politically oppos ed to the Hargis family and had openly stated his aversion C W Barnett who underwent an operation at Lexington lust weekis not doing the best Mrs Mayme Allen of this 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those who have neither father or mother will be recieved at present We request all those who have any such children to write to Dr Edward O urrantWilmore Ky Also will thank all ministers and county officers to give informa tion as to anysuchlhildren The Home will clothe educate andcare for these children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home Iry Kentucky Write at once to y O4iuerrantWilmnre After loilg and thoughtful con sideration I have arrived at the conclusion that money doesnt care who spends it J F41ery Serious It Is a very aerfest matter to ask for ono medicine asd have the wrong one giveayou For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get ha genuine BLACKDRAUGtI T Liver Medlclme The reputation flf this old reliable medicine for onsttpatton ln digestion and live trouble Is firm ly established It doe not Imitate Other medicines it is better than others or it would slot be the fa vorite1 liver powder with a larger sA o than all others combined- 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