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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ici L iI I A 7M ar sp- J i v THE CITY TIMESi 4 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help 4 C rIhe Surrounding Country ani Oorselves 1 E Burgfier Publisher 11 VOL XIV OLAY OITX HUllSDAY OUTOBEll 7 J909 NO 10iAnother Bridge Proposed At the regular meeting of tle l Fiscal Court Tuesday morning J E Burgher was appointed Com missioner to confer with alike Commissioner from Clark county to erect a steel bridge across Lul begrud creek near West Bend The Creel is the line between Powell and Clark thus the ex pense will be borne by the two counties accordingly to the num Ijer of viters in each coiinty As Clark has about three times as t many Voters that county will 1 have toput up about three- fhyrthsoftJlecost The bridgeM will probably cost 1200 or 1500 outside of the approaches The citizens near the bridge stay they will readily give enough money to put up the upproacher Pow ell county has been burdened the past fees years trying to get Red and it seems very liberal oa the part of our Fiscal court to do their duty in this matter at tbistime 0Re dy to Practice ijr John L Irown has returned and lit now located hero for the practice 6f his profession Dr Brown ifa graduahvof the 1lledicine Departhient of the TJ niveWity of Louisville Ky of the utues of 1885 he has conse I4 quently a quattefr of century of practical experience A few oyrsagqbe to aPR tgr r ntp course confining his ate tion particularly to Obstetric and the disease of women and children He will do eralt practice however and offers his professional services to the people of POwellcounty The Powell Fiscal Court has been in session at Stanton since Tuesday transacting the regular routine of business The Court passed an order appointing a Oprnmissioner confer with the Clark County Commissioner in tjre erection of a steel bridge n cross Lulbegrud creek at the end ilf the IornVorks pike j J 4- i NOTICE The Democrats of Clay City Powell County Ky are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of the Democratic vof hour of 700 pom for the purpose of deciding upon a time and offices of the City of Clay City Ky to be voted for at the November election 1000 If in the opinion of a majority of these present it is deemed wise to select the said candidates by a mass eonventic n the meet ing will resolve itself into a convention and then and there and in the usual manner select said NomineesGiven my hand this Oct 5th 1000 J H O Rear Chairman of Dem Co Com Breaks all Campion James and Edward S Spencer HtigiiyMllon and LeauderEIol lop rhfado their escape frohfrtTVe jail at Campion Monday night by unlocking the cell door with a wooden key and then sawing iron bars in two Bud tying a rope to the bedstead by wluci means the ground v P Ira were charged obbingthe office at- Oanpton Junction and the post office at Whigman Leander Hoi Ion was accused of criminal as sault and Rugby Hollon was con fined on the charge of giving whisky to a minor The frosts have ripened per simmons and sent chestnuts rust ling to the ground and at the same time hickorv nuts and wal nuts are bountiful Ladies Dont fail to see our new line of Tailored Suits Mrs J W Williams tff3YWVi I1tiYVVYVi ti1NYVYVVti 1APVV1 i SHIMFESSELS y The Old Reliable i For Everything You Need in 4a b Merchandise M I Y e J r0iiGoods Delivered to All Parts of the City I Country Produce Bought and Sold v jIt A LiBeral Share of Your Patronage Solicited R 11 I r SHIMPESSEL S- V O f 1r 7 KYIheld foriOriS u express Placei General j CLAY CITY KENTUCKY j i M Yb Y fi F PA INSTITUTE The itnf Farmers Institute for Pow ifnty will convene in a tWoY session at Stanton Monday ft Tuesdny October 18i1dJQt 3will be presided Over by Chins Bhindford of Irvhtgt ICy us director These meetKe will be heldas required I y State law under the direclicf Ef the Commission er of Agrire and will be of great valueall people who shlU especial value to the farirers Vital qiiiSWons necessary to good and farming on all lines of agrjhSiHture will be dis cussed in intelligent labor better farriiit methods and of improved Hl bidry in general and no fa blan afford to be absent TIi buumi less men of Pow ell countyviwful aid in the wid est publicity Ul the best at ees a should bo gfv en these u1 Jilgs Mr who was for merly SpeftkjSpi the Kentucky louse tijJreaenfative8 and who is one Kentuckys best farmers on Ii practical and scientifiotii 7will discuss dome of the fpUpfWbject8 The misj rt the farmer D vcrstfied filmOvganization and Ift wit1v on the farmof ITfcWiitchen gar den Small fruits in a small way How to restore wprnout soils The use of Oomhiercial fertilizers Public schools and goctd roads Farm sanitation Mr W UOiayton of Hebron Ky one of Kontuckys foremost fruit growers and horticulturists will accompany Mr Blandford and will lecture onSthe following subjects fOutlook for orcharding in Kent c ySmnl fruits and how to grow them the strawberry rasp berry blackberry dewberry currant and gooseberry The peach true its fungus diseases and insect enemies and how to destroy them The spray pump on the farm Corn growing and ingbreed The cowpea as a stock food and soil renovator Apple growing for profitsBudding and grafting How t4 grow alfalfa At this Institute one or more delegates will beylelected to attend the State Farmers Institute to be held in Frankfort some time in January or February 1otOThe law requires this e lection and withoutit theCoun tycannot ave repre nation at the State FurmersrisHtutenor-v any votfr in the lelection of a member of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immi gration t4 A There will be twbfiessions eachv day to commeijce 10 AM- a d 15K PM 1ociihtalent will also be employed toassbst in these meetings Efet all the peo ple come to the Seetinga includ ing the ladies aM4 X will assure ontcrtainlnjarid profitable ibstruction Jt the peo df the town to vprpvide music thoQormeetiniDemocrats prepare to meet the common which willbe nominaelatStantont nrdayF r f a- f i t i Xf t u 1 + tJ I To tile 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 re gard to money mutters for cam paign purposes The leading Re publicans seemed to have sanc tioned my proposition apparently on the money question until a few days ago I had a talk with a leading Re publican last spring when it was being agitated that I would be the 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 Ouch I told him thaton condi tions 1 would put in that much He remarked that that would be practically or equal the same I had a consultation with another leading Republican two months ago and he gave mo a partial outline of how the campaign ought to be run and thought I ought to put inthe amount my first counsellor mantion d I tpld hire I would under fcionsj iltullib feeeniefl to pleas edwith tire proposition until a shorttime ago I understand they had au ialet caucusi t 1t the lime oijmeeting was lucid wi me a show to be at the confer ence When I got the word it 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 lhe 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 IOU LINE of culnted 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 i this time and they prefer me to look after the county affairs to y any other Republican in the county I have been riding over the upiper part of the county six days d and my observation of conditions I is that the County Judge will bl t elected by the voice of the good element of the people this year instead of by flooding the county with money and whiskey of which I oppose as much as possible uji der the circumstances As there seems to be one rant issue and that is the amount of money instead of the man in oil r convention 1 will say this I will not limit the money propo sition to the amount I first men tioned but according to what I think is required after thef battle is overWnd the smokohas clear ed away gad JJook over the battlefield but if defeated wo will witlidrawfrom the field in good order and consider ourselves prisoners R W UrElA NttiP +cC I JCKF 4funty tax trhiai tecollected flute metros I must collect or lose your tax so allwho have not paid by Decem ber 1st the heavy penalties will be imposed by law and I will proceed to levy and sell till I collect the tax of the county in full The law is iraperitivB nd I must be Payat once and save me the trouble and you the heavy expense of paying either the penalty or the cost of sale J M Kennon Sheriff Powell Co r I FALL HATS will be ready for your inspection Ji OCT 15TH AND 16THI kr IAU are Cordially Invited 4- MrsV I i N BUSH I SAMPLE ROOM OF CFNTRALIiOTEL I D fJIB 010 a r Ir t p p- c 1 h Jr r The Clay City Times JE BURGHER Pub CLAY CITY KY o e- o SUMMARY e- w e OF A i o e I WEEKS EVENTS I e o 0 0 Latest News of Interest J Boiled Down for the Busy Man iee ow PERSONAL Robert S Person auditor for tho interior department has resigned Ho asserts the senators from South Dako ta have been working fqr his removal and that he doesnt wish to further embarrass tho president President Taft at Seattle exposi tion in his speech said he would ask congress to pass a ship subsidy law Mr and Mrs William Jennings Bry an celebrated their silver wedding an nlversary with a big reception at their home at Lincoln Neb Dr Harry E Hutchins has been ape pointed temporary president of the University of Michigan at asalary of 7000 a year 0War Secretary Dickinson Is back In Washington after an extended vaca tion in the south He said the depart ment had reached no conclusion on the West Point hazing case Huntington Wilson assistant secre tary of state has been threatened with another attack of appendicitis but Washington reports say an operation will not be necessary Helen Keller the deaf dumb and blind marvel is to make an airship Ight with Charles J Glidden of P nd r eJ Ben Prof Jerome H l the presidency of the municipally owned Toledo university Toledo 0 and Prof Harry B Hutchins became acting president of the University of JamesBIn the Long Island automobile derby while running 65 miles an hour a 60horse power machine overturned killing Mechanician James Bates and seriously injuring Driver Herbert Lytle The south is honoring the memory of Admiral Raphael Semmes the naval hero of the confederacy this being the one hundredth anniversary- of his birth A romance In the wake of the Louis lana storm became known A young woman of Leesville La lost her trousseau in the storm and appeared at the altar in improvised attire while the groom met her barefooted with his garments misfits- D J Vent one of the striking train dispatchers of the Mexican National railroad who Is now seeking employ ment In the United States has fallen heir to 600000 in Scotland- A torchlight procession of 5000 per sons was a feature of a demonstration for den Trevino given in Monterey Mexico The National League of Veterans and Sons organized two years ago to benefit men who have served in the regular army or National Guard and their sons met in annual session at Bay City Mich Onetbousand children terrified by Blacks Hand stories became panic stricken ina Jersey City N J parochial school when they heard fireworks exploding on the outside One child was fatally injured and 13 others more or less hurt Six surylvors of An unknown vessel are aboard Winter Quarter lightship the remaining 12 men of the crew having perished according to a report made by Capt Delano of the steamer Porto Rico which arrived at Baltimore j from New York Sam Yong Ping an aged Malay and one of the wealthiest fishermen on the Louisiana coast hanged himself i by his feet from a tree near his home on Paratana bay He is supposed to f have been crazed by the recent storm Passengers on somo of the Omaha street cars drove off the crews and ran the cars themselves when the motormen refused to start after the fares were collected The crews sent in a riot calL- Another dissolution of the Finnish senate is imminent as a result of the clash over Finlands contribution to I the Russian defense fund The Rpm ak sian cabinet asks 4000000 from Fin land the Flans will contribute only 42000000 t A Spanish force reconnoitering ir- tthe direction of Sokel Jerals Morocco encountered the Moors and met with a serious reverse Four officers and 14 men were killed end 182 men woundedGifford Pinchot Just returned to Washington froma western trip say that a trust Is being formed to ino nopollze the water power sites of the country and declares congress must take drastic measures to throttle the combinationA gunboat has seized an American fishing schooner off fro greso Mexico and placed tho crew of seven In prison- Commander Peary and his ship Roosevelt was given n grandwelcome When they participated in the naval gageant from New York to New burghCensus agents will be given a quali fication test November 3 according the announcement made by Census DI- rect r Durand Prince Miguel of Bragahza whc married Miss Anita Stewart of New York at Tulloch castle Dlngwall Scotland September 15 has been sued by a Vienna money lender foi 1200The principal commercial apple or chaffls of the country are doomed tc become Infested with the San Jose scale according to a bulletin pub lished by the department of agricul turq at Washington The scale II spreading rapidly over vast areas and has made Its appearance in orchards which until recently were free from its ravages Admiral Lo Pord in command ol the French battleships at the Hudson Fulton celebration In New York has made public a statement that an en sign of the French navy was assault ed by a policeman who struck him In the face at one of the elevated stationsWilliam Mitchell white convicted of murder and Cecil Palmer colored convicted of attacking a woman were hanged at Nashville Tenn These were the first executions under the new law which provides that all exe cutions must be carried out at the state prison The sixteenth annual convention ol the United Boys Brigade of America opened in Plttsburg Young men rep senting brigades in every state in the Ion are In attendance inson sustains Gen L in participating last week ayh g 1lJ I t right to dove tho sand men were in- line and 2000000 witnessed New Yorks great military parade which was the climax of the Hudson Fulton celebrationWilliam Armstrong of Quincy Jll was killed and his brother Harold and Archie Johnson were seriously injured When their automobile In which they were riding was hit by a train at Buds Ill The steamer Roosevelt which car vied Commander Peary to tho arctic regions is in Now York harbor and will participate in the HudsonFulton naval parade up the Hudson river State Supreme Justice W JOsy nor was nominated by the Democrats for mayor of Greater New York Two armed bandits looted the Citi zens National bank of Glenwood Springs Col of 10000 in a most spectacular manner and escaped to the mountalns New York had a spectacular Ore when the Dunham chocolate plant in Pearl street was damaged 200000 Rear Admiral Schley retired has canceled all his engagements in New York ou account of his health and will return to Washington and seclu sion The seventieth session of the Rocv River conference of the Methodist Episcopal church opened In Rockford Ill with Bishop Goodsell of New York presidingGen at Washington declares ho will continue to lead parades that stand for law and order until prohibited This is in reply to criticisms for his participation in Chicagos temper ance parade Col W R Morrison former congressman is dead at his home in Waterloo Ill after a protracted illness Dr Frederick A Cook was given a magnificent reception at Philadelphia at which city he delivered a lecture Thomas Gray 19 years old walked tile streets of New York two hours after he had been shot near the ftejirt fearing his father would not believe his story He went to bed without telling of his injury butbls mother Saw his bloodstained garments and he was aroused and walked a mile td Bellevue hospital with his father The shot may prove fatal Edwar41Daudlnwife at her request to end her sut fering The woman was a victim pi asthma and the disease was strangling herMrs Linda Baldwin who says she doesnt know how old she is but who is supposed to be pver 10oilrde tamed at Ellis island New York She lived 60 years in Brpoklyn and qra turned from Ireland to lookafter some property r K DODGs LTllEIT n Cannon tb Retire Is Latest Gossip tONEyery now and someieWiiPeaBR unce from publlQJjlf fe fhen will follow a contra diction frofcC close friend of the speaker The frsaiiwjcy of dlese retirement wilthaveeThis does omean apolitical fight in willmakelthe flght mill be within the ranks of his party the floor of the house The insiirjejits will kett warm for UncltfrJbeeTheYmade it most programduringnot alwaWsucceed in getting what they wentifter but they made ash sbificient strength to cause the leade4 to take notice And what hey did then wilt not be a mark what they will do next I PcsidentHappy Reynolds I A E REYNOLDS IB is India pensWile to an Americas admits iBtratlo wailay asa soothing syrup In an n home No president can get ale ithput a Jlmmle Reynolds a doofecpfugon theJPW President Taft has com promised on one but hI has recently shown ils leanings to the Jlmmle Reynoldies by appointing Samoa Burton Reynolds of Massachusetts as a MrReynoldstart of tho treasuryforfouX years Prior to thLhe was a newspaper T c ROB4Bt so dwelling In the P United fetIItehasa better or more complete electric Illumina tion than tiieVfclte House at Wash ington TketFreealt to accomplished by 1800 1D lamps distribu ted throughtwtf the manaion and the offlco annex i IlbYl number of arc lights ttHWiroHBds and along the driveways jajfcfcratre stately electric standardsl and large electric lant is W the main vestibule and cochere at the maln entra It wbrild be difficult If not impeeables for any person to approach fcaaslon at night with out being iii by the officers on guard Thor the electricity Mw White Hpuso ls not 4 I N furth ef thedesire of the ational OB city loaning to through which eff LJ N s may1 be made to improv etify Washington a ro- portof Inv thebae been con ductibg si ajVnad now has its ready for ties toile senate eeiniittee rUt of Columbia MF Mar atlons while subject unlfvem w jt tloe Mr jt6fnore ta teraatia tiwis that Iag to t eg rnarby- feOMia as eI im yam w ri f tiLK w tloris it is the knowledge of this that has started the story that Cannon will announce his purpose to retire from congress at the close of his present term- wlnternccordfng to present Indies Friends of the speaker say It would not surprise them if he retired from public life at the closo of his present term They call attention to the fact that he is serving his eighteenth term at the close of which he will have served in the house 36 years more than a generation And on tho fourth of March 1911 he will have completed four terms as speaker When the time arrives for tho next congressional campaignCannon will bo 74 years old This is rather well advanced in years for a man to go up against a fight such as is known will be made against the Sage of Danville Cannons friends say he dearly loves a tight and it is the knowledge of the fight that may Induce him to run againThere are not a few wellinformed public men who for this reason believe that Speaker Cannon serving his last term and that ho will make the public announcement next spring that he has had his full quota of serv ice and the time is at hand to give some of the youngsters in the Dan ville district an opportunity No Without than and more often he has been the caretaker of the Republican party in Massachusetts Mr Reynolds has been born ever yearswhichcosamon garden varietysbf reporter a statehouse reporter a Washington cor= reepondont fcif editorial writer and an Alpha Delta Phi He lots joined several clubs and lever since 1905 has been on Uncle Sams pay 111n the quailfled his fitness tepee i board put him Ihera1 continue in hi The other JimmleReyno s other wise known as James Bronson Reyn olds sometimes tailed James Bewll der4d Reynolds byMHe hated opposi lion Mr Reynolds is a reformer and he Is now In New York engaged once MaratJion ItIDlt fWhite House Lighting Plant I In undertjiaPIierte powtfcldatehlchsupplies In S Is located in the mansion but Is in the andnavy wasthussirable to have the drt and noise In cident to a power plant at the White HouseIn addition to providing the illu ml1a lon for the presidents home the electric current generated in the big granite building across the street does many other things to make the In mates and employes of that establishment comfortable and happy The elevator and dumbwaiters and the operatedbyemployed to drive upward of 200 house yentilaiing in the kitchen and tho force in the laundry room Facilities recently electricityprivatetelephonetablished with stations in all parts of the building and groundsI 1Seekiiefor Uncle Sams Clerks formulaIeseifetne Benjamintrl9prepared 1eltbedtetrletandtreatpf Unless these men and women are granted tubstantiai Increases In salary Immedlatvly Mr Marsh holds the plans for the betterment of Washing ton may as well be dropped Ho points out that many men who are married and have farnlllesaree compelled to work along for from 600 to700 R year This means he says- thatmany men of more than average intelligence and ability caught fast In the rut of government and municipal service and unable or afraid to seek remunqratlveemploymei1tarel life ahd support their families in com fort and respectability As a result lie says Washington theworkingwhich they can afford to live He ad- voeAteaimmediateaction looking oa general advance inaalaryforthe un derpald clerks When Jtheir case Pisa been attended to esaY8IIO that they havebeen made a elfsuppqrtlng effortstoi oreeeey atttainnlit =Y v r r Y c 01 A NURSES EXPERIENCE backache painalr the l Bloat Ing Etc Overcome 00A nurse is expected to know what to do for common llm tslandVom en who suffer back ace constant lan guorand other com mon sYmptomsot- kld n e y complaint should be grateful to I r MrsMinnie TurnerIof E B St Ana a ko01dator r- nointin out the way to find quick relief Mrs Turner used Deans Kidney Pills for a rundown con dition backache pains in the sides and kidneys bloated limbs etc The ways they have built me up Is simply mar velous says Mrs Turner who 1sa nurse My health Improved rapidly Fivo boxes did so much for me I am telling everybody about it t Remember the nameDoaas Sold by all dealers 60 cents a bx Fofltar MIlburn Co Buffalo N Y And He Suffered Little Willie suffering from an at= tack of toothache had his first visit to the dentist accompanied by his mother Father on his return from the oflico that evening was pat urally much interested tr bDidnt it hurt 1 father Sure It hurtreplied Willie i i1styou tObcourse kept repeating over and oter they golden text we had In Sunday Ijchool last Sunday The golden text W atasIU J t 1untothurt She Buried HcrFclritierf1ilD j Summer Conquests r- Y ItAro these all photographs ofrfel lows you have been engaged t01 v No Theyre the fellows who didnt j proposeWhittin the world dp you want of I them WhytJam saving them to make a f 1InltokeQl ft- CQ iva crNaybeQermo y aco by roer erso nalto wt a 13lston cj theo i bori ct wcaCi iccme y5t 1 Q3t S1aElva t5seuOm e11QbtS CtICIO IR VitsdadysolalasS stat ctor I troy be t= dspet sci Sw iW l C1t10 o5be t0- ze aeAes wnte u redo cetaet + m laCtasuppanttha g SuCousW c i au idcpo v R y U sMM f prope c eottsitdlvllr cw t Tetatiben icu 414ACrDv 5 CALIFORNIA vJ aria SV CatBY AIL LEADIMO DR IIMIlUOltlYIteDUIJIfIPIII l80T PeR leTTtii DYOLA DYES 6thUnoclDONE DYE FIR ALL IMIS MltTWItDDryIaBuOrl1 1 QUICKEST WITH SAFETY pisorCUS7fr t foKbolhmothecandchild j Y i ctttooits1wbgtopliu ro i reE l AIIr if tl I c Y- ie 0 r 1 l kE a h 1 tot J iS t h M jl Iof h I I 1 o STATE HAPPEN1NGS N WsQ General Interest in 1 Summarized Form W SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS o iglance Committees Are Suggested I 2 by Gov Wlllson In Letter to a Nch etas County Planter State Troops Will Be Ordered Out If Necessary i Frankfort KyNew perils the burloy pool Vigilance committees or- ulibertr clubs are suggested by Gov AVlllsbn in a letter written to a Nlcho las county planter who has stood out against the pool and who now has been threatened unless he comes In In to this the executive is prepared to order put the state troops whenever they are caked for lit any i ctol1of the state where Intimlda Uon Js resorted to by the adherents of the tobacco association or their one r v roles In hlg fetter to the Nicholas county lan whose name is withheld byline governor for fear Its publics on would result In a visit from night- ridersJj the executive vents Ills opln ion gt tho assassination In that section laSt ear tf Hjram Hedges whose rnur firderhe says Is as dark a stale as on the states long record of 4i i Violence The organization of lib J arty pluba1 la then suggested by the i governor who pledges himself to up f 2irrlipld the people in protecting their j r rigtits rA DISCOVERIES BY JAMES IL do w Valuable Tracts ofLand and r3000in Cash Which He Claims t Belongs to the State i 1 1i t rankfort KyState Auditor Prank Vjame Tvlll be put tnthe class with Dr Cook and Commander Peary soon ltY Kentuckian if he continues to l make his discoveries ills latest an- nouncementify fs that he has found two Valuable tractlof land in Clay county valuedat 6000 each and f3000 In JfcgtCBsfi belongirifir to the state In ClaY r county making a total of 1bb00O lie fi retiined troma tour of Invetf tlgaClpir and the matter his fceeni placed Jn the lianas of Attorney en7 oral t1i trjhelp along the 4 ings One of the Tracts of lanlf whioh Auditor James alleges belongs to the i gr tate is decupled by AD Howard rot the noted James Howard con Dieted for the murder of G6v Goebel which be says was sold at auction and bought jn by the state at the conclusion of the terse of lofBca by I Howard nhe was high sheriff n A part of thisiandwas recently sold a to John D WhlCE for500b and It- fe is was during the examination of tho d to get the title that the sale was 1recalled Another tractor land is I ithatwhlchBscheated the state from S5r nonpayment of taxes The land was Tjjfsold and 3000 of the money was col Jectedput in bank and forgotten cft CRAZED WITH JEALOUSY f r t fHuband Killed Wife and Then Shot Iinnselt tohtsvilie Ky Crafedby Jealousy r i ornasPGinn 41 years old shot and T lnTtanUy killed Tils wife and then placed the revolver in his mouth and 2JtijBllod the trigger The two bodies aVJere ifoUnd tilde by side when the dice rushed Into ascertain the shoot 4 fagOlnn was taken toa hospital r an4wlll recover i 1d V That Qlnus Jealousy had been dl ontIv4 manJlW enloIrsplnnwentto a grocery her- r+ i bul ndfollpWe herA8 the two en GInnjrttiS1the back Shefell dead at his root was ilobacco worker and wasw t J Ccomparatively geod circumstances HIs wife was before her marriage g prances Good win Both hail lived In y rii Tnysvilio Kyseerl l yearn but had afterxrahfortKyrContracts made by Rgenls of railroad companies with iis HellltllWbQare Injured ibo soon after the injury occurs will not stand I la the federal court In KentUck for suchta The ldcieion of J6dg4Cochran- w in the case of W 13 Waugb itegjiftist 0 tie Chesapeake Ohio railroad and 7 iWaugh aflgiven11E0 damages iHebad ltle4tl1odar after itho yfeck f9r260 b Judge Cochran heldthat j t sueha ltJI31e1t whenHaeutAcient to Vpnyifpr l1 could ugt 1 and efr GlaggoWIryf At a niilgting ofthe- k lowif Burlfty Tobacco society here tresolutions Wer passed5intrucUng its atop1rJ t ruriey gfpphs otlRot withaucoeiis i 5 Jt- t y Itiyr ioot iI J i P t y d cC ran t ry hr r EVERY DETAIL OF ASYLUM WORK Shown In Report of Kentucky tate Board of Control of Charitable Institutions A of iMFrankfortthe Kentucky state board of control of charitable Institutions for the past 21 months from October 1 1907 to June 30 1909 was submitted to Goy Wlllson by Albert Scott of Louisville president of the board The report covers several hundred pages of print ed matter showing every detail of the asylum work in Kentucky The show tags made by the board is stated in the report as being splendid for It Is asserted that an unprecedented amount of new equipments and improvements have been installed and made at the several Institutions out of the per cap Jta allowance and not front special appropriations amounting to an aggregate of 7961102 which does not in clude the repairs that had to be made at the institutions The tables submitted show that there has been expended for equipment and permanent improvement a total of 16063464 Of this sum only 8092362 has been used from special appropriations BUMPER CROPS AND GOOD PRICES For Stock Is the Kentucky Farmers LotEfforts Being Made to Era dlcate Scabbles Frankfort KyBumper crops and splendid weather have made the rlob acres of farm lands in Kentucky a source of wealth and comfort during the summer and so far into the fall is the report of Commissioner of Agrl culture M C Rankin The late fall has enabled the farmers to house their crops and the stock is free from dis ease except the sheep and the farm ers are working hand in hand to era dicate the scabbles and lift the federal quarantine MANY CHANGES OF IMPORTANCE Made by Board of Directors of Plant ere Protective Association Hopklnsvllle icyAt the recent meeting of the board of directors of the Planters PrOtecUveaSaoclat1o- nbeldatGu 1rr maD changes pf importance tottiat orga1Z oJi were made fh the management Hereafter the warehouseman will lie required to settle with the farmer within three weeks after the tO4ccOl sold Oth erwlse the Warehouseman must pay 6 per merest on1he money until f S ft ling Is that the charge the farmer efo Insurance on his tobacco baj Is actually paid to the company carrying the risk In the fu tore when a farmer executes a note fc11agsvcncUmefor borrowed money to the warehousemah and the tobacco is sold before the expiration of trio time the pate was given for the farm er shall receive a rebate of the unearned interest In past years three samples of tobacco amounting to about ten pounds each have been Ta ken from each hogshead for the use of the association and this too has caused some protest from the growers Now it has been decided that only one sample will be required When sold the money realized on these samples goes Jnto the association treasury SEVEN PRISONERS ESCAPE From Henderson County JailAll of Them Are Negroes Henderson KyThe third jail delivery from the Henderson county Jail In two years was accomplished when seven prisoners knocked out an air grate overhole which had formerly been used for heater pipes went into the cellar and came out through tho hoilerroom Jailer Jennings little daughter saw them and gave the alarm escapingTheroes Frankfort Ky Deputy Collector Grant Roberts collected during the month of September the sum of ilYo 22116 as tax on 4124 barrels of whisky containing 154746 gallons For the month of September last year the amount collected was only 149814 or 20000 toss than this year This shows a Stealthy increase In the whisky trade in this section Louisville Ky Seyeral postmasters rromother states will attend the con prealdentlalpostIJIuS1prs UnitedJFrank M Fisher ster at Padu cah KfJs president of the orgarilza mID LouisvilleKyFOarlugtheir sala hf1prnTndlgnatteachers gt Jefferson county X oem mit4ea was appointed to enters pro tget wlth State Superlntendent rabbQ l k it dyii p cy if I 0TASHEAVY AS EVER I UNTRUE ftlPLEDGE mssREPUBLICAN PA CONVICTED OF UNFAITHFULNESS Assertion of VleePr lirent Sherman That Platform promUS Have Been Kept Not Llkelyltigbecelve The Republican afulfilled Its tlrlJrbillovercome the differiji5e between the cost of production athoioand abroad From VlcePreridenj Shermans Kansas City Address Why did yicPreeldent Sherman make thlsst tem He could scarcely have thought ofanythingto- say that would haveiund d more Sherman ao indifferent as to sentiment in this section as not ip haY 1own how very amazing such alatatement would be if It mustbe asaumetlqf lRJ nhat the vicepresident sine bat he believes the Republican iy has kept its pledges But if ho does so believe then he must hold that the party did not promise Downward re vision And gate please the post tion in which such a claim would place him The country demanded tariff revi lion Mr Taft responded to that sentiment became its chief exponent fostered it Itjand was nominatedagainst a strongTfleld of- reactionaries because of ILt And be cause of It tile party through its con vention promised revision Now does tlr Sherman hold that this demand for revision was a demand for up ward revision Does he claim that the demand was merely for a bit of tinkering when the demand was based on the excessive cosgpf living and the growth of the trustsln power and arrogance and oppression A demand for revision based on these causes was unmistakably a demand for downward revision A promise Jf revision under these circumstances was unmistakably t a promise of downward revision The vicepresident goes far When he aaysthatevery schedule waspre pared overcome the dlff ience between the cost of productlogsst home andnbroad Even AldrlcS does not claim that the tariff bill waslramed on that basis He has said that the facts essential to make cprapjarisons were not available and nehdly speaking he was right forjhftriafwas no expert nonpartisan source general Information pn this subjectas there should be and as there would be In the future If congress Inptblssame tariff proceeiiirig had not W l1 e to provide for ato expert tarlliiommlp lion amply empowered to se iriB such Information But even tftth instances Ittrwlilch absolutely yrustwor pfIcomparisons as a basis of Jkeiiched ulesaffected ft FurthermOre Senator Dolllver of fered an Amendment to the effect that Ino duty should be higher tn per cent vThat amendment w rejected Think of itI Think anyvaimierlcatf industry not being wiping accept 100 pet gent protection asxiwfflclent to enable It tbcpmpete wUfelierefgn lvalsAn ln4 that seeds 100 per pent or more protectmould bf Bed There is HpJhiRg even In tbeiiundafientiil l stet tibn ttf yuetalnan indust riil seek cost to the+ people for F tloofthbDolliversepdazeotw ropt J iut b lie I f r t1 1 l ci a tlilJ s 1 Ff tt f r t 14AF J ttfk ttk 1 c it was found that some articles in the protected list carried duties of 500 per centAgain why did the vicepresident make such an astounding statement Kansas City Star HOUSE WILL BE DEMOCRATIC I Voters Sure to Turn to Only Party That Can Bring Real Relief from Oppression There is a good deal of Impractical theorizing about the coming realign ment of political parties Most of the new party talk Is visionary The new tariff law has emphasized It Is true the claim that tho Republican party Is a party of trusts and special privilege The western insur gents in that party could not batter down the wall that the traffickers in special privilege have reared to keep the common people out ota just share In government But the Democratic pqty In sptr of its traitors has its tfuture It has weabWh- of congress butlicomputed with evil and good repttf peoples battles It is to honest Democrats electe on a genuine tariff reform issue that the hopes of Americans are turning in an economic crisis The fatuity of hightariff Republicans has paved the way for a Democratic house of representatives And the assurance of a Democratic lower house in the middle of Presi dent Tafts administration looms certain in exact proportion as the new tariff laws aftermath is fell through I out the west Not even a presidential swing around the circle will be able to stem the tide Vest to Assume Leadership The thing that stands out In bold relief Is that the great west has come to a new state of consciousness on the tariff controversy The voice of that people In favor of a revision that will more equitably balance the Interests of producers and consumers has found expression in the form of cqn+ gressional leadership Half n dozen western senators to any one of whom the nation listens when he speaks and a score of representatives have taken their stand against a tariff die tated primarily by ultra protected In terests This nucleus of leadership has gone home to justify Itself before Us constituencies Unless recent In dications of popular approval are greatly overestimated these congress men will come back with a measure of Indorsement that will make them more valiant and Jess resistible than ever In thefr onslaught upon local staudpatism and all that represents Scranton Pa Tribune A Great Blow at States Rights The tariff bill with its provision for S corporation tax his struck the greatest blow at state rights that has been inflicted since the adoption of the constitution It will be noticed that the nOw law does not give the federal government any control over the creation of corporations which now as heretofore are recognized as solely the creations of the state but for the first time It subjects them to the scrutiny ot the federal tax col lector under the direction of the com missioner of internal revenue in Wash ington This Is centralized govern P1entwlth a vengeance according to Its opp n it Is now only the camels nostril but soon he wllf have his entire body inside and the poor states will he driven out in the cold The power to tax as John Marshall saW is the power to ds troyLea- dw l + U4oalRavlew I 0 v r Our New 4 Serial r TheaWizard Y ECK IZC I By L Frank Baum Will Start Next Week t I V Ji t v i 4 Yij l n r THE TIMESt YUDLIBT EH RSD- AYLh Jl Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year mair vancc otherwise 15 Cents Entered as second class mall matter Thursday Oct 7 1900 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates t with the following apers at prices below mentioned The TIMES and- CourierJournal 100 C Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Home and Farm 75 Democratic Ticltot4 For Circuit Judge JAMES M BENTON For Commonwealths Attorneys B A CRUTCHER For Countyr D R DANiEL- For y County Attorney MA PHILLIPS For County Clerk JAMES W WOOLERY For Circuit Clerk CHAS N CROW v For Sheriff WM BOWENJr For Assessor G A ORABTREE For Jailor GEO STEPHENS T Magietrat t J W AL i9 t Col E W Lillard at Danville Monday was fined 8000 for the illegal sale of liquor Lillard ran u drugstore and Danville is a prohibition town Lillard paid sa00 of the fine and agreed to close his doors This is the same Lillard elected as a Democratic Representative that voted for Bradley for Senator because of Bradleys alliance with the whis key people Marshal eanegroryas nominated for Councilman in the Republican ward in Winchester Saturday night Reading such notices as this makes us fell proud we are a Democrat and makes us believe that this party should be retained in power for decency sake If none other Of course the tariff has noth ing to do with high prices but explainfgone up just as much as the tariff on watches didEerea Citizen SPOUT SPRING The farmers are still busy cut ting corn and making sorghum Cas D Goff of Indian Fields was hero Wednesday buying cattle W E Hcfliii of Clark county was here Monday buying some cattleAsa Barnett and wife attend ed preaching at Vaughns Mill SundayH Christopher and family spent Sunday with Mrs Belle BurgherMrs Bishop of Indianapolis Ind is visiting her cous in Mrs Geo S Ware Charles Welch and family of Vaugluis Mill spent Sunday with Mr andMrs Shelt McKin neyWG Patrick and son OweQ of Rim broil went to Clark last Saturday and attended court MondayRev Sherman Robins of Patsy Estill county preached at Kimbrells Chapel last Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Jas Mauppin inf Irvine pass ed through the village Sunday evening on his return home from a visit to his father at Clay City T S McKinney and Win Da vis are operating their shingle mill in Montgomery county and disposing of the output fast as made Thos S McKinney visited his brothers D McKinney and Ma rion McKinney of Clark county from Saturday till Tuesday and t court on- rs f niple way bY I u uy w rile putting a half solo on a sled the piece of timber flew up and struck him in the bowels from which he died Sunday evening and was buried at the Wiseman graveyard Mon day Notice to The Republicans of Pow ell County I am a candidate for the nomination for County Judge subject to the decisionof the voters that is entitled to a voice in our coming convention My policy is economy in our county affairs 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 I+f + I I t COLLEGEL F3 I i + Mi p Y Uov xWiHsori has announced the app nt i1cn ofacommittee- of ten laming QItizens of the- State topreparoatlegislativeandC- ongressional r cting bill ReHgMM It itt stated ina1b1illetin issued by the governmehtthat the total number of membezi reported I by the various religious bodies for 1000 was 82006411 of which number the Protestants were credited with 20287742 and the Roman Oarjlrolics with 12079142 Of the Protestant bodies the Methodists numbered 5749888 the Baptists 51562284 the Lu therans 2112594 the Presbyterians Ij880f555 rand the Disci ples or Oliristiap8ll142859 Qf the total of 82 980445 church members 01 0 per cent were Prptestantsy 80 7per cent Roman Oatholics and l7lper cent moor bers of other religious organize tions The rate pf increase shown for the Roman Catholic church ja 98 5 per cent which is more than twice that for all the Protestants bodies combined The Metho dists reported 175 per cent of all Protestant church members and the Baptists 17 2er cent HowgJThls I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anycse of Catarrh that cannot bexured by Halls Catarrh Cure t F JCHENJY CO Toledo o We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the I Etrl5 yearstand believe him perfectly honorable in ailabutiiness transac tions and financially able to carryout any obligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Drugcists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh jdure is taken internally acting firectly upon the blood BOILwH snrfaces of thi- sjtivreii51r BlfaTsBent fee- Price 75c per fattle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls F roilY PJlla for constipation R13PUBLICANCCONYENT10N The Republicans pfiPowell Conn tyare herebYcall ar t meet in10 mass convention at the Court House in tantonJVorijj Y Oct 9th at 0 fTp in for the purpose of eelectiQg Republican Nominees for auchjGounty Offices as deemed advisable it be voted for in the coming November election It k rioBy rCountyRe- publican Committee SEEDSfttth HilliMi Puri hwrMteed to Phase rneryOrdeuerslidtlpstrehould rltofour- Nentoera Q rows see- dtPEBiALSFFLR FOR 10 CENTS we will send rcwtpalil our COLLECTIONiI pIlMrnIodm IaI Eorllu U Lie el P71ftodsyl 8 na JO ftdSat sd nnlr 110 ebo7Lsr f UM t wllk ooi K r ant L n 04GREAT NORTH D COIIJ63 lUue Bt Ii r ww r I Fruit and ment l TREES 91 tfEverything for Gerhard UvJvn and GFREEar i 11 F Hillenmey a Sun KY- y I i f1m t fgt o t lJ t 0F Y i CLAY t- itheLadies J CITY and vIcrNII1Y We have the Agenoy for American LadiesTal oring Company for Suits Coats and Skirts made to V measure d L i tiy You are cordially invited to call see the S magnifioent line of Samples x iu New Style Cards c Jf it i p r1111 FA S tf5 MRS JO W fr b A Williams WVAi to1 1ft 5The Whitest White Cake The Lightest Light Rolls iIAnd Flakiest Biscuit Area Mado When You Use 11qi Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour j 9 Take no Other Every Sack GuaranteedterMANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading Merchants L TI- FjreeremlUmS Thn SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST offers more I ti+ i and better premiums to club raisers than any Southern pa per 1ITJiis year we are giving away n lot of new and valuable J t presents som6 things you never saw beforer J I i Anvbody can get up a club for the Southern Agricultur kit because it is the best paper published forSoutlmn farm ere nndnhe price is very reasonable lS Write for free sample copy containing attractive prcmii it i urn offerS V 1 sout er Agricu tUihist1- Lu 1Dif r Nashville Tenn j- yik i J It i 7 III to y Ij 6 v JX ti w j n l i tHE TIMES lot I j AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER 4 f I THURSDAY Oct 7 1000 Y t LOCAIJBREVITIES t r The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias convened at Winches t ter yesterday WJ3 Heflin of Ruckerville was here londaybuyiDg cattle through thesurroDodirig country Democrats come out to the cityE convention Saturday night You t owe it to your city and to yours party d Mr and Mrs J W Qonlee of wore heretMontgomerycounty dental work J executed Just received nice line of Lodies1 s tjn Tailored made Suits Suits that IiZ yw1n please you j Mrs J Williams t 06 Mrs W N Bush will ha- veaher new fall millinery for your f inspection 16 and 16 Call and 7 i see her Mrs Katie Bishop of Indian apolis Ind visited her untE r Mrs H G Burgher a few days this week waKi I Mr and Mrs R JJT Tipton laJy ited the tatters father Nick Trench at North Bend Saturday y and Sunday Ar i Cas Brush and family who j M have been living at Middletown r Ohio for some time have return ed to Qlay City toreaidej Mrs Rachel Barrpw 6f Hedg es and Mrs Bettie j of Win chester visited the fmnihj nt JudgeFlotcher Friday ano t urdayIEldorB J Davis of the Bop tiatcmjTrch has been negoged to 1 hold a series of meeting in this cityybeginning Monday night Oct 25 f NO Walters foreman Swanh r w Day planing mill has accepted a r0 position with one of the big lum 1 ber plants at Irvine and will v mpve there January 1st h Fred R Blackburn general tt 1 manager of the big store of j Hnrdwick cG Company Stanton L 1 is in Cincinnati this week buying 1 their hill and Winter goods svr t BB Hudson a leading citj lW zeta of this county had a paraly tic stroke last week from which II ijheistiow suffering with little hopes of recovery He is only if 1 partially conscious j There will ben box supper at p tlleMschool IIOUSQ Saturday night f the proceeds of which will go to the improvement of the school r4 ultras AHof thoiladies are In J vited tocome nnd bring a box v I if J L Allen of Iron Mound an If enterprising modern farmer was t iu the city Saturday He will x hive a s Ioof pQrsonul property d Thiusday Oct 21st and move to partieT1 sitarsof sllle J i rTh BedRock of Success lies in u keen clear brain backed Pt 1 by indomitable will and reglRtleBs i cnerYISuce power comes from i tl sjilondid health thatDr Kings ffJ N t They vital I iize yeiyorganand build up brain t pudbody Jt A HarmonlLiza more Vn VI rlte8 They are ythellieetpils rIcverusu tcet f bwann Qay I1br Cots 1 r 1 f 5Ei4 t krfoJ+ 1 J t- rltk 1it J u ti j r Y t S No r 4dr f1t ir ri OW a of100 iit f i c ivrdr 1 f t r o c 0 i fLI j 1 s Attorney Hugh Riddellj of Ir vine vas in the city Monday Frightful Fate Averted HI would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my kneecap writes Erank Disberry Kol lisher Minn without Bncklens Arnica Salve which huun muted me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruisesrt span cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Skin EI ruptions Worlds best for Piles 25o at SwannDay Lbr COB The Local Paper The local paper should be found in every home It is the stepping stone to intelligence among the children of our country Give your children a for eign paper which contains a lot of stuff they know nothing about and thngsl1bout places they nev er saw or heard tell of how can you expect them to be interested But let them have the home paper and read about things they can see every day and peope they know and something that will be interesting to them and see how they will watch the ra rival of the home paper each week Thus a habit of reading isl formed whice makes them intelligent men and women a credit to their ancestors and strong in the knowledge of the world as it is today Money lomes in Bunches to A A Chisholm of Treadwell Y now His reason is well worth readingcFor a long time I suffered frpm indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general debility chewrittsIII coulrlnl sleep had no appetite nor ambitiongrew weaker every day spite pf all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my oldtime 1 h onfLaiuor Now I can attend ny day Its a won mi medicine9 Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves 50c at SwannDay Lhr Cs Easy money money is the hard est to keep Y WEenv WODL HIDESAIID FURS GInsCIIUGoldeStal ere Dealers and can do better for than agent or commuuon merchants- Reference any Bank in Louurille Write for weekly price lilt and ship ping tags We furnish wool bags free M SABEL SONS K TA UHBD IN 183ft 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY ANNEREVOLVING STRONhEAVYwalnFrEcAalcha I DE KALBILU KANSAS CnYMr I t UniortaoakroultlyFncbpae enelNtorpofurrd meEmwdydndat tb nW Cal Ia alUpF wNN nWur otpb tvU wewp JeII ueR 00 BHfde II Xiaw oltyIW- r Y 41h 3t 3rJ i1je I 211 r t ii f Tt 3 r tCNRIST ENDpAyOR SOCIETY Pr gr l for the Christian Endcayqrlmeeting Sunday even ing Qctatoar lOtli 1009 Hbvfcfl can Help the Minis tryi4Let Jove our Ministers and ielpJlhemMollie John sont t Our Ministers Should Have Support illof his PlansCe- cii Williams lias DMT Failure to Help our Ministers SJJeen fleglect Carl Garrett The Setvice of Holding up the Ministers Hands George Fletcher Jl- Prayingffor Our Ministers Rem 158082Grace Shearer Standing by in Danger 2 Tim 4612Edna Earnest Ex ifciSlS Four Persons whqPjguiein this LessonBen- nie Rich Song t PaymentofDues Ron Call Benediction X Its a Top Notch Doer Great deede compel regard The world crowns Its doejp Thats why the American people have clowned Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung rem edies Every atom is a health force It killsgerms and colds and la It heals cough racked membranes end coughing stops Sore inflamed bronchial t ibea and lungs are cured and hem orrhages ceteT Dr Geo More Black Jack NYC writes it curtd me of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors SOc 81 00 TriaPbottle free Guaran teed by StvarinPay Lbr Co 0- 4izic Ems SEEB5 SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER JbJ tA IU xw Bole Atrial Will m you ocr permanent customer Pitt it let enarrnrkaasttSMw- uaMraI7splendidU Us a VUIa traueetnatl PLEAS Write today Aicattoa this Piper VV J SEND 1Q CENTSM- owpWand pst Irudrsclrethis Yaa- 1eo It 14 MMtMr iiUlknj Eta IutrInrq aduUrultedd llaat IIIabamI1e1U 1U of 1Pint 010 HW hettn sooaroabILL CAPITAL STOOK 81OOOOO SURPLUSANDti DIVIDED PROJECTS 100000 TIE Ar i WINOHESTlpJ OB WINOU8TBK t om 3ANK1 NlIOLL WITllldUdi V K SrUAu J YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED I W 0I + + Kt + 1 Ntt t WatchmatceraardeweIerI ItA I Kinds of Watchand Clock j on Short Notice and e I Reasonable Tcrnwi ATISF AC 1 I trtJON qUARANTB D Uneof Jewelry CtaclcS i cail apd see ntk Red a River hotel Buu uiig 4 C1A1C1TY KarrU KY Ioft j ff v c i 4- r J 1 iJf Ii Jl 4 f coy jtI ar M r4 o I j c A Poor Weak Woman patientlyagonk outhttoobtaintheand In dsolllil confidence and privacy by writing to VPicrceInvalidsHotel erienctophysician in this country His efficacyThe and dell cato women It Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG w SICK WOMEN WELL x Iforthrevised and upto date Edition of which htoth bound will be mailed free on receipt of 31 onecent stamps to pay cost of mailing 0111 Address as above V n Feed Fertilizer Salt Wire Fence Barbed Wire and Roofing WRITE FOR PRICES Bedfordand Tuttle Winchester Ky m CLAY CITY NATIONAL I h BANK hCLAvh ft MKENTUCK4rJJO04 I 5OOOOOO SU vI tS 1000000 J ACtIIUItll i 0 iri ritio s FIHIIM one Individuals uc etptedon the iiinrit liberal terms consistent with modern and careful banking Savings Department 396 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits rBOARD OF DIRECTORS OF iCERS 11 H enUUT JoY 1 DADKINSON M H CnumNKir Pres CUAULES Scow J F Cox tliAs ScurrVicePresy A T WIIITT A T WJUTT Cushiertitt ua WWirw Tt 1Ji Ii Hr oim iI ++++4H+attii++Fd +++ U+ +14 + ++MF w iI+ FG A LYON e SONt + TLc Lending IMMIUMIUCO Agesttnfyof Euwtern JKentttclcy h- l + + Ii Over 200000000 I j Represented I i Every one whit knows anything ubqnt insurance know i i thnv are leaders in this line t 1 I +++ + + + + HooH+ + t++ + + oJ + of EARN STOVE MONEY by baying from your dealer this range it half the price that Is asked by other firms Our offerwhich wm nblcs unto make none of our petiton can meet 52590bgyethlehaadaome- largeDOMESTIC WINNER RANGEjliat II shown cut It Is made from polished blue i has err covers one of which Is ectronal asbestos lined caitaue strips and fuel UP screw draught regis tees QUprn grate ISInch oven cast reservoir high closet Nickel trimmed A guarantee accompanies each range No meIIorder hOIe CIIn tQuch dealer wUl not order this range for a then let us ship Itdirect are anxious to establish ageuclelln every community Dont miss a good thing when it is We have been in baelnew for fortvellrhtyeua H MODERN STOVE MFO COMPANY r Chloftgo III y Y t7 7 t N c 1 u II ti r J p I ti r I F If 0 GI v 0 + J 1r WOMANS k REALM FALL MOTOR COAT HERE IS A SMART AND ATTRACTIVE MODEL Distinction and Style Combined with Simplicity Marks GarmentDe signed for the Needs of the Average Woman So eccentric are many of the designs put forth by fashion for the up date woman to copy that It is refreshing to come upon such a sane smart and attractive model as the de Motor Coat for Early Fall Ign for a fall motor coat shown In illustration The lln Sing all that could I t A ACCESSORIES OFT OI Dainty Materials and Supplies That Are In Favor with the Daintily Gowned Girl Scented sea salt lavender perfumed powder and cheesecloth bags hold ing a mixture of white corn meal and powdered orris root for softening and perfuming the bathing water Are Included among the toilet accessories which one daintily gowned young girl considers necessary for sanitary safety as well as for absolute physical comfort On tho same list are several bath mite of different eyes face cloths of softest chamois and sponges of superfine quality to be used alter nately while the others are being aired dried and sunned Fine French flower scented soaps are used for the hands and face Castile for general bathing and tar soap for shampooing but there Is also a regular hair lertilizlng and scalp cleansing soap and each one of those Y cakes is kept In an individual box of silver crystal or celluloid Sterilized tooth brushes are kept in stoppered glass cases and the san itary tooth paste used upon them is sues from tho top of a screw covered zinc tube- Violet and rose toilet waters are purchased in perfectly airtight glass bottles and essences of those flowers as well as lavender smelling salts In glass stoppered phials cased in hard wood boxes I A porcelain jar which holds the cold cream has agIaBS cover which screws on so Ightly that dust cannot pos sibly reach the preparation In a emeryb9r pumice stone a tube of qlntment and a nail polishing machine tp which abutter is attached BAROMETER OF THE HEALTH Physical Condition Revealed by the Gbodor Bad Appearance of the Skin The skin IBa sort of of p ones physical condition andthowe manwho would keep well learns to read If AblptchY or muddy skin frequent ly lndlcajelarun down nervoucon dltlon AYjBilqw skin Is the hallmark ot a tprpld Get that troublesome or ganiri good condition and your fair tints will return A florid skin usually bespeaks too greatf oSdne s jfor dour fpooTor un iOIt t rilLt oA i d r WwwruwruwflnnflnuWrSW nevertheless conservative and suited to the average woman who does not look her best in strange and unusual designs of coats gowns and hats Light weight cloth serge cheviot etc would be suitable for this coat for tho very early autumn but for mo toring It is more prudent usually to got a garment of some weight unless there are to be several in the ward robe A fairly heavy cloth usually will not be found too heavy after the middle of September except in Indian summe days when the summer coats may be worn There Is much latitude In colors an effort being made to obtain those that will not bo much duplicated Tan is always correct but unusual shades of any kind are quite as admirable If becoming USES FOR ADHESIVE PLASTER From Marking Preserve to Mending Sudden Rent In Frocklt Is Found Valuable A trained nurse was responsible for the suggestion that made strips of ad hesive plaster a household friend In one family The nurse said that in the hospitals she used this plaster for everything she wanted to labeL It is easy to write on can be cut any desired shape and adheres quickly and firmlyShe labeled all her different medlr cine glasses In this way as It did not blur so easily as paper labels If it became damp She also used it in the diet kitchen for different supplies It could bo removed without tho dis agreeable crumbling of paper when It became soiled Since then the family has never been without a supply of adhesive as the nurse called it It Is used for every purpose from marking pre serves to mending a sudden rent in a frockYThe plaster can either be bought on p What is much out a half yard saslly cut or torn Uqulds1y culation anaemia or bad digestion Coarse porous skin means not enough attention to keeping the pores in good condition Pure Boap and a scrubbing brush are in order Puffy skin particularly around the eyes may be flabbiness from lack of massage or may mean kidney compli cationsUnnatural color flushes of heat and eruptions may be caused by Internal disorders poor circulation or over tight clothing DRESSFORCHILD Should Ee Made Up In Fancy Cotton I LongWalsted Bodice Effect Our illustration shows a capital lit tie pinafore or overdress to be made in fancy cotton it has a longwalsted bodice with tucks turning from the fronts glvlpgthea- ppearance of a large double box plaittrimmed each side with oval buttons and cord loops the skirt has also plaits each side front and back the armholes and the V shaped neck arefinlshEdwlthInsertion loon thQVbJouso worn beneath may be of spotted mus lin or cambric Materials re oulred Tthreeyards for plnafore dvess pneyard for olouse J The New Blues Again we see the dark shades in I hlghestlavor jI I A deep navy Is lightened p11e hart by one called drake JThere Is gendarme of ii lltary band e Prussian blue Also cobalt socalled from the coloring employed to tint the blue bliie china and estergeon lXhfch bolstsot a decidedly greenish tin- geBeetleNew gown called the aeetiepaokies- oembroldered wfthbtada as to thg wearer the appearanceofweaelag gorgeously hued wings lees their icaftff Want to remind jtis that they are angels New York Herald F Y r l rn 4 iIty tft1 R t tb I4 MAKE iif EDDING CAKf j Recipe fant Confection Hit been Hsiidd Down Through M nylneratlont Hettiiiff that has pass ejfc doWn t many generaUoons that thefawily2as lost trace of Its origin lptl1lstour eggs 1threeTarge spoonfuls of molasses ofieH ilKi5pbnful of soda hwo teaspppttfuVsach of ground clbvefl and feassli i is nutmeg grated and one pound bClroialns one pound of currants and B pound of citron Cream and sugar and add the molasses with the soda Cut the seeded In two or three pieces but dot fine Rub them In flour sp th Teiich piece will bsap crated Alaerub the currants In the flour DpubtTlWO qulto half apound of citron asiCvitll make the eaketoo heavy buttisllceitvery thin Beat the cake well efoe putting In the fruit Heap the bupeot flour a little Use extra flour forthe fruit Line tins with buttered paper and bake iiI a moderate oven for two or three hours according totlslze of the loaves of cake yod makef they get too brown and you are using a gas oven so that you caaHttfn off mOBtoHh heat cover the cake with brown paper Make the Bake three or four weeks before wffe to use It If you want It moist andffich The above quan tity will one goodsized loaf or two emalleattesFOR1IILK BOTTLE This peat Jinfe stopper hot oBlrl makes It possible to seal the mlllt bot been tie extractthasprong with which to extract the paste board ly Applanav Nut Salad Peel several sour apples cut into bits and chop lii the chopping bowL To these addjIessUiequanUtr of Kng llsh walnuts chopedc then add the some amount of celery halt a tsa- apoontulof muBtardibrttlie101ks- f two eggs and stir lnn one direction until the eggs arecoolced by the mus tardj beat indtsp by drop as much olive oil as itwMiPtake and then vlfa egar in the eaiaeay Pepper and salt to suit thattMtei RoiIc Cakes- One pound 9tij atoae whole egg well beaten of three eggs beaten very IIllthcanerofa of flour Mix he Ielientsthor oughly and be reto weigh the sugar butter anirthetour Flour the bands lightly takea Piece of the dough as large a goodsized shell bark roll it rowsd and press a raisin into the center et ihe cake which will flatten out while hilt h g Date a light brown In rather Jckoven TastyaHetpet- One pound ibfijhouWer of lamb or beef cut Into tweiaoh squares four potatoes sllce6 iiiB Mfbr frylHg4 one onion cut flnei 0tadeep dish place first a layer ofmeat saltand pepper over this dropise ktdf of the onion then a layer of yeUktoee Repeat having a thick IayerieLpotatoes on top to brown nlceiy throohours In a ratherslow oleiT I ItAf Car d3akt Onee egg rht1s g ronehalf cupbu eron pvthf ok sour milk one teaspporffflM3exelOle tea spoon vanilla fcMlentoa one fourth teaspobn pctda0f spice two cups sifted n + ntae roue chopped raisins one cuffii idwalnuta FroptingTrea fowp brews 8ag r- bnehalt up 0r+ Boil until it threads Haw ready beaten white of one egg peAYtap gradually add vanilla a cool This cake is good wifiKirjWlthout frosting A tierI1oil one bar gAftw cider down halt peel andjj dUIIee busbela jot rhtheapplgsan 2Aoft stir con stasWtrEjm si touhj eft done It will an iayerted plate rut a S jars not earth3sware ttl rW in Papergdtsr Jssd- owii oledelyabutterAsy6C tk V 1t elYatpk rvt f JtJ1 rt JJ l Wyl J v Tie n1ti1 f rr7 jvw3i 1Dtl r tENTENNIAL WEEK j Ors ATST1 LOUIS Balloon and Aeroplane Races Will Be Feature of Events Pageant Will Be Most Gorgeous 1 8t Louis Mo Fifteen thousand personstriedat the same time Sunday afternoon The boats wOuld not hold them and part of the overflow numbering 1S were pushed Into the Mississippi to be drawn ashore by the police Jackles and other members of the crowd Others were trampled under foot when two squads of police reserve charged the crowd to drive It back front the boatsThe torpedo flotilla the firs of tho official guests at St Louis hundredth birthday party anchored at the levee Saturday afternoon and were open to- M public Sunday afternoon A email squad of police was stationed at the wharfboat to which the warships were anchored to keep the visitors in line inauguratedSunday ties and ringing of church bells Services In the churches were devoted to centennial themes Sunday afternoon 16000 children assembled In the Col iseum and sang patriotic and religious gongs The aero grounds drew many thou sands who viewed the airships and balloons which were made ready for Mondays races The first race will be for balloon of 40000 cubic feet capacity and the second race for balloons of 80000 cubic feet capacity His Mysterious Majestey the Yelled Prophet will this year crown his queen in a new palace The Merchants exchange largo enough in previous years even the Worlds fair year to accommodate tho guests of thls queer old man has been abandoned for the recently completed Coliseum Tha pageant of the Veiled Prophet and his retinue on the night of Octo ber C through tho downtown streets from the Den where the floats are secretly made fa his hew palaee will he the meet gorgeous In history Tht crownlBgof the queen is lhepa geants brilliant climax The cjueenin variably Is one of the yo a rJiBd beau tlful society girls of the city COLUMNS OF FIRESHOT OUT Following Gas Ex tf Miners From E Were Killed and 3 InJu Roslyn WUhAt least eight peraOJIBfatallyMine No 4 of tho Northwestern Im provement Co here Sunday after NWhen occurred a col umn Of fifewaa thrown high Jn the air igniUngihe shaft plant and Adjoin lug buildings Under the Intense heat the hoist of the shaft crumbled ani fell The mine In tle neighborhood of the shaft was burning fiercely late Sunday night Rescue parties will be sent into the mine from the slope connecting with the shaft as soon as It Is sate for men to approach Woman Brutally Treated By Robber Lanelng1I1chMrs W B Scott wife of a baker of JUils city was lourid in the woodshed of her home Sunday morning gagged and aus pended by tho wrists from a rafter so that her toes just touched tlfe floor The woman had been treated thus by two masked men and It was over two hours before her husband and a neigh bor discovered her Mrs Scott entered the woodshed in her night clothes just after the men bad opened the door and She says they threw her ttt tho floor and hung herto the rafter after which they entered the house and searched for money Killed His Rival Hannibal Mo Angered because he found his rival Arthur Dlx 26 years old at the homo pf his sweetheart Clara Ellenbrocki Oscar Wilkin son aged 19 years flhot and killed pix and seriously wounded Henry Heelscher CO years old He then disappeared and his whereabouts was unknown until his body was found at- the Mills Creek schoolhouse Sunday night Wilkinson bKving committed suicide MARKETREPQRTS JCincinnati Oct 2CattleEtrq 5GSS5fl Calyea Extra 9 Hpga Choice 81015 SJieen Extra 4476425 Ll mbsExtra 685 7 Flour Spring patent545675 porllNo4i41 P Rye No 2 choice 7fl7timothy U 15- 7t3uttrDnlry23 FggePer this 33Gl t7fcblcel5035p Pier li l7B2V ToiiacfcOrityfJe IMOClI J W it jt tCp R l tyo j J 0 c t11fi tj r Ff 1 ii 7 J 2 I 4 j 1IiR + o pamSImN ADVISED c j 7VegetableOolumbIOhto havQ takenrcrrI Vegetable corn pouna 1 urnlgchange of life My doctor told me itc I was good and since taking it I feel so much better that I r can do all my work again T think ivegetablepound a 4 for all woman troubles and J if never forget to tell friends what It has done for me Mrs E HANSON 804EastLonrBt r HelpedGranitevllle t through the of Lifeand suffered LydiaEPinkhamaVgetable J c strength and proved worth mountainsngold to me For the sake of other suffering women I am you 1 should publish myletterMRBCHARLES BARCLAY BFD vllleVt Womenwhoarepaseingthronghthie- critical period or who are s from any of those distreaeingIlls pev cullar their soxshould not lose sight LydiaEwhich is mado from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for femalo Ills In almost every oommu nlty will find women who have restored to health byJJydla Ea c Pinkbama Vegetable Compound s Guess Where She la From The head of the houser had been ill for many months and had lost his ap c petito entirely l I cant seem Ito fix anything that athingtnaid Who was a new arrival Iron the r iold ccountry Thats always the Way returned thegjrl Theyre alltheaamethem Invalids Alt they want is ndlhlng at all and then When you bring It to them they dont eat it t W Come Home Mother a 1 Mother dear mother co ehrfrom the club and rustle par for mB tis time yea werefr 1 Mthingsset nor the teakettle boiled the tables are not prepared ab wet my temper and feelings are rbi though Us doubtful indeed fit cared Come home come hpme cpnki hohphomel Yes cutyoursympoalum down a wee bit dear mother and hustle right homql Los Angeles Express 1 Weakened by Alcohol Dr Dertlllon the eminent French Tl tal statistician has shown that tuber culosls is twice as prevalent among the retail liquor dealers of JFrance as among other shopkeepers Heattributes it to the fact that the alcohol which theyhandlo and use all day long weakoas their bodies and thusY renders them more susceptible to the disease germ QJ yEffectrJt Morning x A year ago I was a wreck from t- T icoffee drinking and was on the point i t of giving up myposlUonlnthescho i r room because of nervousness ii ifl I was telling a friend about it and she saldWe drink nothing at meal time but Fostum and it tI1 such a t 4comfort to have something we can renjoy drinking with the children 7 4 I was astonished that sKe would allow the chlldrento drlnkany kind of i coffee but she said Poatura was the dSrmost healthful drink in the world forichildren as well as for older ones and that the condition of both tho children 1fJAnd adults showed that to be a factx f My first trjal was a fallure ThsRcook bolted it four or live minutes and it tasted fip flat that J w lilti despair r but determined to give ltjone more f trial This time wo followed ihe direct L s tlona and boiled it iflfteen minutes aft 1erthe boiling began It waa adecldlL Ii success and Iwas completely won iby its rich delicious flavour Ina short time I noticed a decldqd improvement In my condIUonandkeptgrowAngbet i tor month after month until now lam y j perfectly healthy and do my work fin the school room with ease andpieaB A nervedestroying lucneyeathefamous i little health Cia a4efT e Read to Wellyillerinipkiii cosHrerttea4tyab A a ftFes awtWtFsei atat t r o 4idIIfttR1 q A J 111 t tofr n I tAr r1 IJI 1 J if 1tlijIiSt l f r j n c nC if i j r f IJ 1 Ii 0 f J +i Hor Y PREVENT GADFLY oft SHEEP s Effective Method Smearing Nose MJV with Tar When Animal Reaches in Hole for Salt O75 fiji An effective way ofprcventinglD aoyaanceand consequent loss of sheep the gadfly Is to smear the nose I with a compound of grease i t This Is applied with a brush whene- 1 Sitbereare many sheep of course this e not be feasible and dip plngwould probably roppl the fly so v lolgastbe odor of the dip was strong oh the fleece As the odor will npt continue to be an effective y repellent throughout the season and j as the fly Is active until late in the V summer a more effective treatment Is necessary Some time ago one of ofboring rY courseshouldT nose The log is set up on blocks as v iownA small tuft of rag or rope Js Stacked at the upper edge of the arers on thq tuft Smearing Sheeps Nose 1 kNhile of course the tar is disagree ableto the sheep in their avidity to i get the salt they will get more or less s iof the tar smeared on their noses At this time it might be well to de scrIbe the symptoms indicating the Pre of the gadfly in the flock a Vb attacked the sheep generally rushes towards the flock with its nose Vi close to the ground It shakes Its t head violently and sneezes This is io due to the sting caused by the gadfly In the nostril in its effort to get a foothold and deposit its eggs The eggs remain in the nasal cavities in 0the head until mature when acord ing to those who have worked out the life of this fly it falls out jot the nostril and completes development 1i the soil Where a sheeps head con Ins a number of larvae a catarrhDi- scharge will be noticed coming i 5m the nose In bad cases the sheep ncllned to lie down and point its Into the air and Is also restless unthrifty A single sheep may I byyI fromhTIMELY LIVESTOCK NOTES S The rung hog cannot root for a llv Jng Look after the watering places in r the pasture Some of them may be Adriedup or have becomb filthy and un tfar use Jt Experiments with alfalfa as a fe- edhave proved beyond a doubt that it is S far ahead of any other roughage for jw beep The plgand cow pasture should be 4separate wc j V Itto a good plan to keep a good brood sow AS long as she will raise two good litters ot pigs each year hasJJtyears h ht rare u There will be a good market for T +tr your iamb never tear about thatv 01 Topthem off as quick as you c- anNevermate n big ram with a small to breed animals of thew v s csamp typ- eyvxff tA horse is more liable to scare with 1than without blinders jft uTUty bogs in a bunch will thrive better than a large bunch rt TSee that the water supply is pure and clean f JJifSeethat the supply of salt does not e I C A horse suffering from colic should ibe kept quiet s m i m s a si s t Farmers Waste t Some farmers waste aa much as j they make They waste by not tak Jpg care of their jtnacbinery by feed- i scrub stock as much as it would Vxtake to fatten a high grade and in t severalother ways A little there and tl a little somewhere else soon amounts r r vtV tft considerable aura t Cultivate the Colt Ifthe colt becomes ill or suffers 0 ny Injury doctor lt and work with It 4 = Your working with the young animal will make It learn to ilove you Trim ltB6ofa if they grow too long or bo i come brpken In any wayAhorso J with peor ifeet isa poor horse but willvrLambc owjastaT ftheycanget ylen4y 6f writer to idrlnkra pointer for the i alawho kirB a hurry to get j kinlssli111ptolslarket SZ It A r 1vf vi t CONCRETE FOR HOG TROUGHS Fast NyntberEasily Constructed Concrete hog troughs aro fast diS- placing those made of wood analarge number of farms and we are told in Concrete Construction About the Home and on the Farm that a desirable hog trough can be made by building a bottomless oislx feet long and 12 inches broad by 12 Inches deep From a twoinch plank saw out two triangles having a base of 12 inches and a height of eight inches Placo these five feet six inches apart and nail a plank one inch thick on each side of the triangle Place the inverted Vshaped trough thus made inside the bottomless box and put strlpsaroun4t1ieI space left with concrete mixture one part Portland cement and three parts Concrete Trough clean sand or sandy gravel tamp hard and smooth off to top of box Let stand until dry In one week remove the outer forms and paint with a mix ture bf one part cement to one part flag clean sand mixed as thick as cream turn tho block over remove Inner form and paint inside with pure cement Should a trough with a round bottom be desired an Inner form can be made by sawing a log the right length stripping it of bark and split ting In half Put this in the bottom less box described above fiat side down grease well and proceed as with triangular trough Woben fencing can be used for reenforcing the concrete SLING FOR INJURED COLTS Can Be Made from Large Cottonseed Meal Sack Sewed Tightly Over Steel Tubing A good way of caring for Jnjured colts is given by a writer In ah exchange He says I recently had a tenmonthsold colt suffer a severe wire cut on Its breast and forearms so that It could not lIe down so I set about to devise aIling to ease the colt I bad none on band so made one as follows For the e1 ed a large cotton tie enough to sup pon mm u entire TTfider surface of the colts body The ends of this sack I stitched securely over ordlnary one and onehalf inch steel tubing al lowing the ends of tho tube to project from the ends several inches Asl Sling for Colts I did not want to cut the rope I had on hand for hanging this sling frpin the coiling I threw one end over a beam just above the colts withers and shoved each end through the gas pie and drew then up BO the sling rested snugly against the colts chest The ends of the rope were then thrown over a joist above th + colts loins and drawn up so as to bring the other end of the sling against the colts abdomen and then fastened securely In a few minutes the colt caught on and was soon resting comfortably in the sling Spray the Cows Spraying the cows will discoufge the flies and keep up tho milk supply Too much trouble Well trouble of this kind usually pays big Fall Feeding of Rams Too much attention cannot be paid tothe feeding of rams during the breeding season The grain should be mostly oats with the addition of some bran and linseed meal Such fodders as vetches and rape fed in sheds have been recommended The breed- Ing season Js a Severe strain on the vitality of the ram which has to be mot by liberal feeding of grain ami other foods in is great variety as pos sible About ope pound of grain dally will be required with as much green food as tho ram will eat Some breed ers prefer to keep the rams confined to pens by themselves only allowing them to go to the ewes each morn ing Care of Horses Teethe seldom suffer from decayed toethbutbecauBe of the upper teeth closing on the lower ones a liuleon the outside points are sometimes Sound which lacerate the cheep or penetrate the gums creating a ten derness that prevents the proper mas tication of food annoying the horse BO much that be falls away ycry rapI- dlY a Iy 4 HEALTkeo PRECIOUS do yoti iaesn by refusing to hOplfomewoot fter the good dinner Wellr medical au thorities greet toworkln on a full stomach is an I dont want to run any j kai6 of rulnln me su perb healthl oil CHILD ATE CUTICURA We OINTMENT Spread Whole Boxiof It on Crackers Not the Leastxlrijury Resulted Cutlcura Thus prayefPure and Sweet A New York trend of Cutlcura writes My three yearioldson and heir after being puttpT ed on a trip across tho Atlantic Investigated the stateroom and located of graham crackers andliJpiof Cutlcura Oint ment n a was made for the box It was torrid empty and the kid admitted thatjhe bad eaten tho contents of the entire box spread on the crackers It cured him of a bad cold and I donCkmow what else No more conclusive evidence could he offered that8yerIngredient of Cu ticura Ointment absolutely pure sweet and harmless If it may be safely eaten by a young child none but the most beneflclaYresults can be ex pected to attend its application to even the tender skin qrjyoungest Infant mitt Ong a Chem note Bole Props Boston x POkei Finance Mose Coonley a Q1nnerGueas Ill cash in boys AbellokebyaJ ito the gpod Guess Ill do de samei Jefferson Yallerby Me tool Bill Dingy the banker a big loser Well 1 guess o ach done got an uddeh guessa cjpmjn genlemenl Ojmln to Ala beak attempted an un ledt run on de bankltde Instertoo Lion am now suspend k an wont reo Bume oppyratlons J Bj nlcky feel in hab fully subsided np do foolish deposltahs continues doid business as fohmahly And its youah deal Mose CponleyJ Illustratsil Sunday Maga zine J Feeding Farm Hands Every fanners Wife JcncrWflwhat tre mendous appetites farm bands usually have but while they oat well they Trorkweil too a Heres a good suggestloa about feed Ing arm hands Glve tbiam plenty Of Quaker pats A + big dish of Quaker Oats porridge w sugar And cream or milk is the greatest break fast in the world for a wan who needs vigor and strength forfl long days work The man that eats Quaker Oats plentifully and often Is The man who does good work wlthout ercessivo fa tigue There is a susuJainE Quality in Quaker Oats not foimd Ip other foods and foreconomy lt is Ittbthead of the list Besides the regular size packages Quaker tsJi packed Inlargelzefamlly 1teslthand without china 6 Repartee In the BrigtfcFamlly The newspapers aralmaklng a great stir about men s jakiiaclinaUon to marry remarked Mra 1Bright The Bible says there krtj o mar rlagea in heaVen comfne ted B And what has that tqfHvltk its7 Bright laughed Perhaps they are flgsleisg om bar lag a little heaven on eartti A Dlstinctioni Tozmy is the 4iRereacabe twees vision and sight t eye PopWell ta you canJIatftJagIrl by i calHsg hern vision but dpat call her eight Esg Baste ergs tgetjEw0S r merry eggslIIRIJI8r and winter rd oov erect ay sure successful JMM how tq youwritThb4g we should i rai 1netl1e whole we shall bpd one man e happy s to leave yitMag left to wishforOliver GoldijisR Therare 1b000000 iiiof but yeargetJetsafwith r r- No itSoiig yoisk KMT tie or heW Iweowt rd- Vi ivi11 yItvieOYti IIOQIMM O t Oeeelpehari k hiNmisisesaad theyptl weak oy lmerx s f THE VERY SOUL OF TRAGEDY Recital of Wrong Calculated to Draw Tears from the Eyes of a Graven Image Some miscreant unresponsive to the beautiesof nature and of the sweet charm evoked by the combination of two friends a starry sky and a broad expanse of moonlit water some rank materialist whose phlegmatic disposi tion was never stirred at a philanthropic act some petty seeker after gain Some rogue has stolen the broad comfortable bunch so fittingly placed on the Mulberry street wharf by Harry J Arnold and Robert King At least the bench has disappeared and all that meets ones eyes upon the greensward are the two upright posts that supported the back of the seat No more can lovelick youth stray to its soothing recesses and gaze upon the silvery moon regent of the night likening her In his ecstasy to his lady fair No more alas can betrothed pair seek Its secrecy and drink the lovellght from each others eyes silent but for the words their souls speak through their optics Again alas no more can melancholy philosopher dis gusted with the ways of men mean der to its sequestered place and find companionship only in the placid smooth running stream and the limitless universe above In short all the pleasures derived from this conve nience are gone and we will here after be forced to stand or to sit on the edge of the wharf and let our feet dangle Bristol Correspondent Doyles town Republican Would Find Use for It After a day and a night spent in an swering telephone calls from people who wanted the latest news from Peary and Dr Cook the secretary of one of the arctic clubs had retired for a wellearned rest when the per sistent phone bell rang again A voice at the other end said Do you want the ambulance sent right over What ambulance roared the irate secretaryWhy the one you sent for I sent for no ambulance You lIel The secretary gasped then he screamed into the phone Send it as soon as possible and you come over too and Ill send you back In it- Physicians Everywh With VeryGrt S During tho las prescribed Reslnol in of acute and chronic skin d sea chronic ulcerations with very great and unvarying success It is a reliable preparation and its action is prompt and pleasing- A F VolKman Baltimore Md Exercise Recommended Weary Walker What Dont look like a sailor Why Ive been follow ing the sea for 30 years Farmer Haycrop Well you keep following it for 3 years more and perhaps youll catch up with ItLite Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury a will surely destroy the sense of amen and completely derange the whose system when entering It through the mucous surfaces Such article should never be used except on prescrlp eons from reputable physicians as the damage they l will do Is ten told to the good you can possibly derive from them halve Catarrh Cute manufactured Djr F J Cheney A Co Toledo O contains no mer cury and Is taken Internally acting directly upon tae blood and mucous surfaces ot the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sura you ret the genuine It Is taken Internally and mad In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney trlr Testimonials tree Sold by Drurclsta 75c per bottle 2tt Wile Family Fill tor constipation When a woman has occasion to loaf she calls It either shopping visiting or entertaining SyrupFoe 1 nl- IammaUou allays pain cures wind eoUu IAc a boUe Many a mans honesty has saved him from becoming a politician ENCOURAGINGIVERY Old LadyIs there any danger Boatman Well mum it dont mat ter muchthe boats insured Beginning Hostilities Mr PerklyOh if you could only learn to cook as my first wife did Mrs PerklyIf you were as smart as my dear first husband was youd bo rich enough to hire the best cook In the land Neglected Colds and Coughs are the cause ofmany cases of Pneumonia and Con sumption No matter how slight your Cough or Cold may be cure it before ithas a chance to do any harm DR DJAYNES Expectorant is the oldest and best known medicine in the world for reliev ing and curing Coughs Colds Bronchitis Pleurisy Croup 4WhoopingCough and diseases class Your druggist tly you In three size y 00 SOcand ZSc Jaynes Tonic Ver s an excellent tonic for both adults and children It is also a safe worm medicine SICK HEADACHE CARTERSDnLE CARTERS ITTLE IVERPILLS Positively cured by these Little Pills They also reline DIe tress from DtlpepalaJn digestion and Too Hearty Eating perfect rem edy for Dizziness Nau Drowsiness Dad Tate the Mouth Coat ed Tongue rain the Side TORPID LIVER They regulate the Ilowels Purely Vegetable I SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE SMALL PRICE I I A sea in In Genuine Must REFUSE FacSimile BearI WorkWhile You Sleep Millions of people have CAS CARETS do Health work for them If you have never tried this great health makerGet a lOc boxand you will never use any other bowel medicine sls CASCARBTS roc s box for a week treatment all druggist Bluest seller in the world Mil n a IE LUCKY The or 51001 rallo lfeaullfullyformed of oldentimes found on IIrIthem Used M loU Httck IIDI or otberwybrla wealnall u ortklrilf tinge lrnldenu vuumen Lawyer Bailne s Men K nnen and others have found lbeep little tu n wonders a lllwas agllnt ted luck Wear a Fairy Stone and be hlstoryFaESel1111 wonder of the wnrld VDte151A LUCKY bION5 CO ptLIlOASOKKVA RUBBER STAMPS Be lsBtenciUBadrei Trac1e Checks eto Full line stamp and stencil goods We are no farther from your home or of lice than the neareBt tfi U phone or USmaU box x W N U CINCINNATI NO 411909 COLT DISTEMPER r Dana and all other In ttablelnomhoWoiMi1iil from brluateaM CORK auVoh otOeebye1lactureraAL OO Q1tsbndsoctaWgwa COhen lndf USA r Er D LESS DYEStl iscsl s aaAttjasr + 11iB 9uhesitl III e11s 1y 1aJ i 4 I jr 0 Y Sgi tb t i 4- w 9 I sl + ti PROFESSIONAL CARDS R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY I R C WELCH Attorney rANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth WeAsk You to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy I WtHfDr CounselloraLaw Will Tilhas brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said It Is the best medicine to take Try ill Sold in This CityP3 r 1AnyHerbs on hand for all emergen cies for headachedistress after eatingbiliousnesscon- stipationrheumatismblood disorders Take a tablet once in a while just for healths sake It b MNATHE an oldtime remedy o- frherbsand barks pressed 1dto to take 306 tabletsit guaranteed to e Get the genuine in yelow boxes only made by BLISS In Washington DC 1SOLD BY W Q PATRICK KIMBRELL K- YSALIADES r o r10RE HEADACHEf liervilSgaGold and Sliver Headache Powuers A positive and permanent cure for all forn s of headache and neuralgia Is compounded one of the best chem IstsInthoUnited States Positively has no morphine or dan eroull composition and will cure the most violent headache caused by biliousness or nervousness in ten minutes if used asdirectedIt the head clear and bright and the strength renewed There is nothing just as good Can be taken by an infant and leaves no after affects- A few ol the many U llmonlal we have received Mrs Dell Arevlll Modlion Wtac writes I I enUrely I Mrs Wm fllmore Albany N Y writes Nothing like your Alga Headache POW- ders They have cured or Periodical Head- achesI Would not be without them I Mr W D Pearl Waaeca Minn writes 1 1 AlgaJI druggistsWrito Ir SALLAD CHEMICAL I FondduLac W- isIEletrie Bitters failsInweaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified ANDSTOMACH it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Y- n H t Xena Born to Jim Patton Iind wife a fine hay the other night Everything is stirring while sorghum making is going on Born to Pro T A Rogers and wife a big girl the other day The people finds the corn bet ter since they have begun to cut it up Dr J T Rogers filled his up pointment at Mountain Springs Sunday Miss Abbie Rogers of Furnace visited relatives at his placo last week H F Ropers and wife visited the formers old home at John A Rogers Sunday H Y Brown and wifo are on the lookout for thema bluegrass farm this week The little girl of John Will Rogers died Friday Oct 1st with but a few days sicknees Businesses very dull hero since Eastins have moved their busi ness further down on South Fork John A Rogers had a mule to get snake bit last Sunday night and is still in a danderous condi tion Sunday will be regular meeting day at this place Every bod como and bring some one with you Our old merchant J B Ron ers has laid in his fall and win ter stock of goods and isexpect ing a fine trade 0 F Rogers is hustling to get a few car loads of walnut logs for G P Day Co and is hav ing flap success in the business V the cheap t felft dtho tjltl J B Rogers at Xenl Typographic eronrs are one of the chief banes of t newspaper mans experience In the rush of daily newspaper making pr fare read hurridly or sometimes not at all and occa sionally the result in the printed product is astonishing For instance the story istold of an editor who recently wrote a puff for the belle of the hoB saying her dainty feet were incased in shoes that might have been taken for fairy boots but the blundering compositor made it read Her dirty feet were incased in shoes that might have been taken for ferry hoots In these physical culture days some people display great agility in dodging taxes- WANTEDSuccess Magazine wants an energetic and responsible man or woman in Clay City to co I lect for renewals mid solicit new Buhecriptionsduiinir fullnrlpilre time Experience unJccEl8lIryA- ny one cimetHrc iimoiig frjetjihV and ncquaintancep and build jupiv paying end i permanenttueint1I without capital p110 Hltflf and instructions free Address VON SueeeHS Magazine tRoolu 103 Suecees Bl gtairie Buildirig New York CjtYNX BOYS GIBfcSI COIUMlfiA I BIO YOLK FUEK Greatest offer out Oct your friends to eubccrilie to mir magazine and we will niabu you u present of i40t0 Columbia Hicycle the best made Ak for particuliiis free outfit mul cirnilur telling lIII1III81I1rt lddreE+ The HicyclH Man XflJU iEiist 22d Street New Yolk Oil N Y r e r- do t J fl tJW f I farhP Free Veh ve coutract I for one bung hI0- Southern Ag Joulturist nnd will give this e arfreelo tilt our subscrlberapaying for the Times one yflfl l ij rtlvnnce The Agriculturist is Doeof the best farm papers for thl8ecttbn so renew with us today ndlget It Jis a pre ffmWe trust OHr otjsQribers aU web are in willcalland settle what they oweThe postal laws unreservedly u ro that subscrip Lions must be paidin advance and at least cannot beroailed after one years delinquency We dislike to discontinue the paper to any sub scriber who wnta it and we also dislike to disobey the law which puts us ill a harl plnce that can be HO easily remedied by all paying up Please do this Vi I We WantThe Orphans The HighlandMLrphans Home at Clay City is ready for the orphan girls in the mountains It is a largo three story bricklhouse beautifully I situated at Clay City It is owned by the Society pfSoul Winners and supported by good people every where Orphaaifgirls between the ages of five andthirteen will bore ce vedx if eligible We hope to take the boyslater Before they are sent we want to know the name age healthy character etc etc Only those who have neither fattier or motheiYwill bo reeieved at present We lst all those who I have any such Children to write to Dr Edward O GuTrant Wilmore Ky Also wlli thank all ministers and county ollicera to give informa tion as to anyieulhchildren The Home will + educate and care for these children for His sake who loves themfhere is not a better home It Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward O Querranti 1 NVilmore Ky Each steiltai I fc r your moth or adds to tI IIh yshe will be with you to e Qy your deeds of herlsmtle IItVery tiusfa a very serkHU matter to ask 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