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S riv fI M Y fr1 i1 N- rH1c11cL4Tr y S f h TY TIMESi I0 i4 k b0 Ceots iyaitn Advaac t VOL XIV J To Whom it may Concern i There seems to be some capi tal still being made out of the alleged Billy Bowen trade I mil here explain how that was and the people can judge for themselves I had all the polit ical brains and wealth of the Re publican party of the county arraigned against me I didnt consider that I wits under obli gations to any one until I was nominated The Democrats in different parts of the county was helping me get men there to beat h Hardwick T told Billy Bowen i if he would help me pay the railroad fare for the men we i could get a good many more to contendedr run unless Hardwick run and if j Hardwick was beaten Hall t wculd not run and that would be the cheapest office he would iteverget and that it would prob costus 50 apiece lIe said it would injure him and so that propbaition wiis dropped Now I i understand that some are saying that killed btnvithmy party You can nqfe kill a dead man I heard from gQOd authority that I was politically assassinated in tt the coramijtee room Over the f bank that morning anal that every t thiogwas fixed before they weift- tlownto tlie convention They t Jpretjrt1lI9a tag o rosiiriect me but- i 11 I II athing o1oeaand dronpe fie again I wont stand for such treatment R w Garrett gT HO Warmouth Q1V Lyle fir GWiLyleJr and Johnny Baberare attending the Grand Lodge of Masons at Louisville this week f John S Daughetee a native of thifc county has moved back to Modaryville Ind from Stephen Minn where he moved two years I ago 17I a- L ti 100 fIio We here tielpCl ytiu3lng Country and Ourselves CLAY CITY gXiSDAY OCTOBER 2J J909 Store RobbedIThestore Mrafiti Co Rosslyn was broken into last night the safe Was blown open and robbed 75 00 cash lot notes deeds stamps and probably some other articles ken from the Store This store was robbed few years ago the same manner and now seems there must be someone the neighborhood onto their job Married Miss Myrtite Clark daughter ofD Clark of Stanton and Mr Irvie Oonlee son Thus Oonlee come Clay City yesterday evening and went to the residence the Rev Irvin where they were quietly married thepresence few friends The happy pair are leading young people this county FaN Announcement Hillenmever Sons the famous nurserymen have their fall announcement in this issue you have farm you need trees you have orchard the Times Burp needs more trees finish up assortment class or fruit If you have orchard dont fail write the Lexington nurs cry and get their catalogue and make complete order Mr lienry TiptpnVhas presenti ttail fJi wonder the 1ar est apple ever saw and comfortably fills half gallon cup You cant beat Powell for fruit Money spent booze wast ed spent clothes vanity spent food gone and fooled away wicked but money spent for seed fruit tree wisely invested Ladies Dont fall our new line Tailored Snits Mrs Williams t 1 SHIM FESSEL S r The Old Reliable Place For Everything You Need in General Merchandise I t u fl Goods Delivered All Parts of the CityY Q Country Produce Bought and Sold A 1JiDralShare of Your Patronage r Solicited 1t i if1tFIIMFESSEL5 1 r 4 R to 10 d V 4rrt of f Y I t A M Iyn7 I 1 I i IJ d1R f Z are to 14 of D W at of of ta a in it in R of to of R A in of a of H F R Lexington If a If an IB it to an of no to a e It is we a on is on is on is is or a is to see of W b 0I 3 1 to t iI J I CLAy CITY- KENTUCKY I r ij L 000 J t 4 r p rdker Siake News A dearth Vi news often leads t ma nn the part of those who focal gossip a bovoall it is not all the fault of Jher Any live- publishier pail to give all jprthy ofnote thoreforo Si local depart should not rail atlhe editor remember you neviiiitted suicide goE inarriei1 i youriineighbois your- team ruff t r done a him dred others tto make a local item k- If f a newe should publish currettt str ip or the hints and allusibti aociptrin the comity w ostracized eao poor editor horsewhip pf burned at the stake Tliiii minute of the mean and e hints you say about your amen find your- dimaginenearnelghbor how if would 3n print Dont criticisfc Qig for what they punt iSWKjve them great credit forvE h eYdont print A newspaper t contains one half the no current amonb the best glf would be eon sidered tead lIice The Pe ounfy Farmers Instf iI at 8tan1o- ti bBre VP n i o et 8li 2 l1laic been there No wonder they r are in the rut We must Improve our methods of farming or stay in the rut Farmers need to read and be more informed about their business than any other class but do iheyiloiL A Singular Coincidence Sheriff KenuonVjvrote 200 tax receipts Tuesday Oct 10th A striking coincidence of this fact is that Mr KenRon wrote the same number of Receipts on the same day of the mouth last year They are crowding the Sheriff now to avoid th penalty which lrK soon goes on Welch WHMraws R 0 Welch jhas withdrawn from the race for County Attor ney His nomination was fair as he had no opposition in his party and ho is the only Repub lican attorney ml the county This leaves Judge hillips with out opposition ashe deserves to be SelHng Tebacco- We learn thin r fiis been some few crops of tobosold in this county at 10 and 12i censt per pound Several fine have been raised in tkeCounty this and at this rice will yield s1handsome Mr Henry Valdrqn and fami ly atHved hereSaturdayfrom RilUngs OklahWa o reside Wo extend most iiiarty welcome to Mr Waldront his return to Clay Oity v Ben W Hai postmaster at Mfc isStKe Republican oaedidatefor Oounty Judge pf Montgomery fleH ty Oltarlila eraefPtlgt View stn ilia oity 1g mUle s A itoi6 7 IJi r w J If oIki IN 1 0 r 0 i Clf + t fj Law Against Small Checks We received check the other day for3Gcenta and that reminds us that if you should write a check for less than 1 after Jan uary 1st Imo you will subject yourself to the possibility of a fine of 500 or being imprisoned for six months in jail Protests by the hundreds are being filed by merchants retail houses of all kinds especially those doing mail order business in general against section 178 of the penal law which was approved March 4th lOOO and which provides that no person shall make issue or payout any note check memoran dum token or Other obligation for n less sum than 1 intended to circulate as moneyor to be received or used in lieu of lawful money of the United States Improving Streets The way our city fathers are improving o streets is a source of great joy forever All the main streets are being either substantially macadamized or well graveled The usual mud will be done awafwith oii our streets this winter John W Barnett one of Pow ells best citizens who has mov fed to Missouri dropped into our office Friday before taking his leave for home renewedhis sub cription and also t atof ou- rkind Tho ithof thither i 0 1011 When you go to vote do t forget to vote for the constitutional amendment It is of vital interest to every citizen of Powell and every other county in the State without good roads T N Rich is at Velmore Tenn where he is engaged in wawmilling at a handsome sala ry He will probably move his family there later lOUR LINE of l L fI d li Burgher Publisher NO 42 Republicans Nominate The Republicans of this Mag isterial district met at the school house in this city Saturday night and nominated Lum demons of Virden for Justice of the Peace and Joe King of this city for Constable Squire Wm Davis has been named by the Republicans of the StantonHardwicks creek precinct and Richard Mor ton the incumbent was nominat ed in the upper diistrict Gbv Wilison passed through Olay Oity Tuesday en route to the 23rd Judicial district ExUnited States Senator Wm Lindsay is dead at Frankfort NOTICE It is rumored around princi pally by the adverse party that the regular Democratic Nominee for the office of Superintendent of Schools Col F P Tracy is off the track for the said office This is untrue to the letter as his name as such nominee has been certified to the County Court Clerk for placement upon the ballots of the coming November Election and will undoubt edly be found ih the usual place Under the oldRed Rooster Notice to Taxpayers- My term of office expires Janua ry 1 1910 I am held responsible t6the County and tate foe all tax that can b6 collected This means 1IiVu eecllca r Iyourta eofSall who have not paid by j her 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 irnperitive and 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 11 Kennon Sheriff Powell Co FALL HATS L will be ready for your inspection f w OCT 15TH AND 16TH All are Cordially Invited Mrs W N BUSH SAMPLE ROOM OF CENTRAL HOTEL Y i tlYIf N 1 k t1- w T i f t v rtr ot it li f TJh r i r- c L It t J t1c 4 1 F n I1pyLFllANKiLOW AOO I Dorothy lived in tho midst of the great Kansas prairies with UnCle Henry who was a farmer and Aunt Em who was the farmers wife Their bouse was small for tho lumber to build it Tiad to bo carried by wagon many miles There wero four walls a floor and a roof which made one room and this room contained a rusty looking cooking stove a cupboard for the dishes a table three or four chairs and the beds Uncle Henry and Aunt Em had a big bed in one corner and Dorothy a llttlo bed in an other corner There was no garret at all and no collar except a small hole dug in the ground called a cyclone cellar where the family could go in caso one of those great whirlwinds arose mighty enough to crush any Dorothy building in its path It was reached bY11 trapdoor in tho middle of tho floor from which a ladder led down into the small dark hole When Dorothy stood In the doorway and looked around she could see noth ing but the great gray prairie on every side Not a tree nor a house broke the broad sweep of flat country that reached the edge of the sky in all di rections The sun had baked the plowed land Into a gray mass with little cracks running through it Even the grass was not green for the sun had burned tho tops of the long blades until they were the same gray color 0 to be seen everywhere Once the house had been painted but the sun blistered the paint and the rains washed It away and now the house was as dull and gray as everything elseWhen Aunt Em came thero to live she was a young pretty wife The sun and wind had changed her too They had taken the sparkle from her eyes and left them a sober gray they bad taken the red from her cheeks and lips and they wero gray also She was thin and gaunt and never smiled now When Dorothy who was an orphan first came to her Aunt Em had been so startled by the childs laughter that she would scream and press her hand upon her heart when ever Dorothys merry volco reached her ears and she still looked at the little girl with wonder that she could find anything to laugh at Uncle Henry never laughed He worked bard from morning tllf night and did not know what joy was He was gray also from his long beard to his rough boots and he looked stern hnd solemn and rarely spoke It was Toto that mado Dorothy laugh and saved her from growing aa gray as her other surroundings Tote UUloblackdogblack eyes that twinkled merrily on either side of his funny wee nose Toto played all day long and Dor othy played with him and loved him dearly Today however they Were not play- Ing Uncle Henry sat upon the door step and looked anxlously at the sky + which was ieven grayer than usual Dbrptby stood in tho door wltirSTqt In her arms and looked at the eke too Aurit Em was washing tho dishes From the far north they heard n jt0 0 0 J 11 111 low Trailer ire wind and Undo Henry no Dorothy could see where tte long sass hewed In wares Ibefsrn tho cote tag nom Tavp loicameA sharp whistling In the air from the south and as they turned their eyes that way they saw ripples In the grass coming from that direction also Suddenly Unclo Henry stood up Theres a cyclone coming Em he called to his wlroIJ go look after the stock Then he ran toward the sheds where tho cows antVJorses were keptAunt Em dropped her work and came to tfyo door One glance told her of the danger closo at hand Quick Dorothy she screamed run for the cellar Toto Jumped out of Dorothys arms and hid under the bed and tho girl started to get him Aunt Em badly frightened threw open the trapdoor In the floor and climbed down tho lad der into tho small dark hole Dorothy caught Toto at last and started to follow her aunt When she was halt way across the room thoro came a great shriek from tho wind and the house shook so hard that she lost her footing and sat down suddenly upon the floor A strange thing then happened The houso whirled around two or three times and rose slowly through the air Dorothy felt as if she were going up In a balloon The north and south winds met where the house stood and made It the exact center of the cyclone In the middle ota cyclone the air Is generally still but the great pressure of the windon every side of the house raised It up higher and higher until it was at the Tory top of the cyclone and there remained and was carried miles and miles away as easily as you could carry a feather It was very dark and the wind bowled horribly around her but Doro easilyAfteroar tborti when the I1 lIJed- b dlYBhefeJt as If she were being rocked gently like a babyin a dleiToto did not like JtHe ran about the room now hero now there barg ing loudly but Dorothy sat quite still on the floor and waited to see what would happen Once Toto got too near tho open trap door and fell in and at first the llttlo girl thought she had lost him But soon she saw one of his ears sticking up through the hole for the strong pressure of the air was keeping blm up so that he could not fallSho crept to the hole caught Toto by tho ear and dragged him Into the room Again afterward closing the trapdoor BO that no more accidents could happenHour after hour passed away and slowly Dorothy got over her fright but silo felt quite lonely and thq wind shrieked so loudly all about her that she nearly became deaf At first she had wondered if she would be dashed to pieces when the house fell again but as the hours passed and nothing terrible happened she stopped worry Ing and resolved to wait calmly and see what the future would bring At last she crawled over the swaying floor to her bed and lay down upon It and Toto followed and lay down beside her In spite of the swaying of tho house and the wailing of tho wind Dorothy soon closed her eyes and fell fast asleep x crApl r cD WIC J She was awakened I II I ll ba shock so sudden U and severe that If Dorothy had not been lying on the soft- bed she might have been hurt As It- was the jar made her catch her breath and wonder what had happened and Toto put his cold little nose Into her face and whined dlsm l1yDorothy- sat up and noticed that the house was not moving pot was It darkfor the bright sunsblnP came In at the win dow flooding the little room She sprang from her bed and with Toto at he doorrhowent and looked about heybergeyes rowing bigger and blfs r t won lerful siiglt he saw t et li8 down tletmidstofaeoGitY There were loVely ipatches of green award vail about with stately trees d- S fw 11 tf f 1 1 i Banksofhand sib rdawith rare and brilliant Pl hf iiv and fluttered jn the trees ajWes A little way oft was andsVarkUngImurittgiaba voice very graTeful to a wbo had lived sp long on the dr WhileMstood lookingeagerly at the ifix nd blutit sights she grotpofIfolk sh jpKalways been used to bu- tneitherthey very small In fact they seeth4d about astall as Dorothy +r There Mint Be Soma Mistake r who wasS ligrown ItOl her age aUfcwiflfMhey were jo far as looks go older- Three w lmerifii one a woman and all w dreaed They wore that ree to ai small point a vevtheir t littiej kl ved 71 ksttt- ofr triee NerHet riMt tee little worn tawhiteher hou rs over Uiwero sprinkled little stars gliflfeped In the sun like diamonds T9e men were dressed in blue of the tsaa9e shade as their hats and wore Vejrpollsbed boots with a deep roll blue at the tops The men Dorothy thought were about as old as UnaHHenry for tWo of them had beards BiiUthe little woman was doubtless much olderherf- ace Was covered wilh wriaklesr her hair was nearly wbjteand she walked rather stiffly When these people drew near the house where Detby was standing in the doorway tlwy paused and whls pered among themselves as if afraid to come farther f But the little old woman walked up to Dorothy made a low bow and sadjnii sweet voice you are weleosneino st noble Sor ceress to the laitdroftho Muncliklns Wo are so grateful to YOU for haying killed the wIcke d of the East and for settlnglfottr people free from bondage Dorothy llstene jto this speech with wonder What e I the littlewcdinan possibly mean brt1Ung lier8so1 ceress and saylkjg Hie bad kllled the wicked Witch fJtJlelEastT Dorothy was an innocenUirmIeBs little girl who had been oitwled try a cyclone many miles from fansbo had never Itilled anyta gin all her life But tho little lti1n evidently ex pected her to nns 4fbo Dorothy said with hesitatfon mustbeanything c y Time Precious Hours fo Those Who Are Prone to ftthelMood to atrllW U you have a t ifeular pleee 6t work to aoj get r1 Dont wait yeNDont are there precious hours w ln daydreams than any tit us = wrft to think about if we counts The queer thiB f day dreama Istbatso few of tl M amuatto anything The drt fe oialy semi conscious when his air practicallfoundation While you are Ti keep your mind OB what yi mg sdtd do oftwouldtBj your mlBd on are dof sow can ypu bVte lt iuod itt iii keen Your house did anyway replied the little jold woman with a laugh and that Is the same thing See she continued pointing to the corner of the house there ate her two toes still sucking out from under a block ofwoodDorothy looked and save a little cry bf fright There Indeed just under the orripr of the great beam the house rested orii two foot wore sticking out shod in silver shoes wIth pointed toes Oh dear oh dear cried Dorothy clasping her hands together in dis may the house must have fallen on her What ever shall we do Y There is nothing to be done said the little woman calmly But who was shot asked Dorothy She was the wicked Witch of the Eastas I said answered the little woman She has held all the Munch kins in bondage for many years ma king them slave for her night and day Now they are all set free and are grateful to you for the favor Who are the Munchklns inquired DorothyThey are tho people who live in this land of the East where tho wicked Witch ruled r1othyNo but I am their although I live in the land of Uia North When they saw the Witch of the East was dead the Munchklns sent a swift mes sensor to me and I came at once I am nortltOh are you a real witch Yes indeed answered the little woman But I am a good witch and the people love me I am not as pow erful aa the wicked Witch was who ruled here or I should have set the people tree myself But I thought altJwitches were lialrrrlgbtIjtijIIfl rl c ee1ltes the C wd Qa1lJtwo bt them those whojive la the North nd the South are tgbod Witches Tknbw his Toto myaellanddwelt in the East and the West were indeed wicked witches but now that you have killed ono of them there is but one wicked Witch in all the Land dtOztheonewho hype in the West B tsald Dorothy after a mo ments thought Aunt Em has told mo thatthewU beaweroalldeadyearsa- ndyeafSago TO BE CONTINUED Day= frma Waste of to the things you like doing best whoa the time for doing them comes Thinking too much about even a groat happi ness takes the edge oft it The best time for daydreams is after you have gonetobecLNew York American The flower of the Pocket Book HubI really think wife yon should have thnt ball dress made aillttle high er ln the neck to ear nothing of tile back youwlsbTiortonrranacrip Ie tloed forHinttA tI wo tder k creiturefl were togo lajo the art t 1 tliUtk beaaixedevetgElilagwlf aakme I hAatettrsyllablesr ifAtiy Lf M i 4 1 yJ MEBDAT tArr From tha Awc j Torturss ot Kidney I M 0Mrs Rachel Ivie Heilrr6tt Texas saysIWoutd Ja ungrateful tfl did not tell what Donna KidneY Pills hay o- done foiijne Fifteen years kidney trouble clung to md ex istence was one of misery and for two whole years Iwas un able to go out of ttie house My back ached all the time and I was utterly weak unable attiesot walk without assistance The kidney secretion were very Irregular Doans Kidney Pills festered me to good health and lam able to do as much work as the average woman though nearly eighty years old 4 Remember the name Doans Sold byalldealers SO Cents a box Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y When to Send Children to Europe Some people walt BO long before sending their children to Europe that the little ones are humiliated by others who have already been there Every selfrespecting parent will be careful not to subject his children to this eyl i slent injustice at the same time all unseemly hurry is to be avoided Some people argtfe that as soon as a child can walk well and speak a few necessary French words ho should be placed in a stateroom next to a private bath and sent to Paris Oth ers feel that he must naturally lose much at this age and that the proper time is between five and six when as an Americanhe has reached his maturityProbably the Ideal age is about four At fours child can easily do England France and Italy and get home in time for at the Judges LibraryII Will Seek the South Pole A Henry Savage Landor the Eng lish explorer who will soon make an to reach the south role is of = the opinion that LleuL ShackletoH failed through havinga cumbersome and unnecessarily large expedition Mr Landors theory is that a small caravan of trusted and hardy men Jlghtly daslnhls expeditionsI through Asia and Africa is best Mr activity in aeronautic inves i tlgatlonfci gives color to tho rumor that anairship Trill T e used T y him in his ekpeditkm JDedttll trbrrrtSttng of i i FITee Three persons died recentlY of Marseilles after having been stuBirbj polon us flies Several streets are infested by tho insects which art said to have been brought to Marseilles ina cargo of South Americas wooliEcho do Paris Wholesale and Retail What business did you say Miss paddle was inV 6h shes in everybodys business Wholesale eh Yes except when it com do a bit of scandal She retails that Never take a mean advantage oi anyone in any transaction and never be hard upon people who are in youi power Dickens FOOD QUESTION Settled with Perfect Satisfaction by a Dyspeptic sauetyalithetime as every housewife knows And when tho husband has dyspep sia and cant eat the simplest ordinary food without causing trouble the food annoyingAnMy husbands health was poor he had no appetite for anything I could get for him it seemed He was hardly able to work was taking medicine continually and as gdtofew weeks He suffered severely with stomach trouble abletogotaladverUsementabutIGraeNuUf1 got some and tried it for re kfast the rnext morning Wo all thought it was pretty good although wo had no idea of Using it regularly But whoa my hHIhand Die QrapeNutsIt was the same next day and I had to got It right along because when we wouldgettothe ttiblbthe qu stlbal bapsNutswasareular the dozen pkgs i 4My husbands nealth lieganto im 1Ir6vellglit along I sometimes ielt r somethingIthought questiooaHave Ho lof soj well tiaVttr the last wdayfromQrape Nuta R the tlkeRoad to Wekvile O IfPk ere e a raaon 8vet 1Mia abbyeJMj A w ani rfIaCP t f J J + Y Jr 7 Ir Ii x 1 tY1f1 l I i t 01 1 ut IHORTICULTURE 1 IMPROVE TOBACCO BY SEED High Reputation of WUconpIn Variety Due Primarily to its Good Burn- Ing Quality ByE Po 8ANDSTEN University of yrconItt Experiment Station The high reputation of Wisconsin tobacco is primarily due to Its good burning quality and this fact has been the main cause for Its popular Ity with cigar manufacturers The yield per acre of tobacco in the state has been quito satisfactory in the past but shows a decline The rea son for this decline can be traced to two main causesfirst the decline in fertility of tobacco land second to the use of poor and impure seed The Work of Improving Wisconsin tobacco seed was started by the horticultural department of tho export meat station about five years ago After a confer ence with leading tobacco buyers and growers alto the most de sirable typo of tobacco adapted to Wisconsin conditions It was de cided that a type of Connecticut Havana Wisconsin grown would best meet the requirements not only of the farm er but of the buyers and manufacturers Seed of this type was secured and one acre wasfoundplants were not true to type that the seed procured was badly mixed and that there was a decided need for improvement The seed plants were carefully rogued during the growing period and about twpthrlds of the original number of plants were culled outOnly those showing the most desirable type were permitted to grow and produce seed With this seed as a starting point careful selection has been practiced for the last three years under the dl Tobacco Seed Cleaner rect control fit the horticultural ie partment and as a Result we have to day a pure type of tobacco with good spread of leaves The ileanlngor the seed can be done in various ways The lllustra HORTICULTURAL NOTES Look after the young trees you set- out this spring Keep them growing right Care now will prevent trouble laterBarn manures are generally more economically used when applied to pr chards yet they can tie used with rejuvenatingThe pear tree needs but little I- turerO encourage strong growth only Induces blight A sod Surface and slow growth Is more favorable A frequent mistake wlthsweet- peasii to make the trellis too low They win Often eiretch tfp six feet If they stave the room Spraying VrtH d AccordlBg to prof LB Smith ot the Newerseey experimental pta tlpmi 1enocL JavCrabl time for f rayHiTtb kitl the Ban Jpefrseale la fm the fall when the leaves begla to lira yellow At this time the little Silsecta fe active And the splay dees tale MltteJJ J x sfitc t cf J UOQ shown an Improved tneofc- co to seed cleaner devised b number c s ot the horticultural depart- meat It Iea type of one designed the United state beat oflagrlgultureRbub dltfFsfrolnt- hat devl e in many essential parts The machine is automaUo and does removethQautomaticThe is fed into the funnel A and runt through the glass tube B Introduced ber E and thence through the tubes Into the glass tubeat C This air current blows out all the light seed and other Impurities The details of the attachment are shown at the left The air enters from the pressure chamber through tube A which is a brass tube tubeBtight into the brass tube B This part of the apparatus Is connected with the air pressure chamber by rubber tube D The seed is fed into the glass tube C at the top and falling downward Is met by the blast of air from A and tho light seed Is blown out while the heavier seed passes down the tube A into the receiving vessel ll- PACKING THE APPLE CROP Growing Is Not All That Is Necessary to Get Top Prices for Fruit Grading Beneficial But growing the crop is not all that Is necessary in order to got the top prices The matter of proper grading of the fruit is recalvlng at last tho attention which it deserves The dealers and commission men say that there would be few complaints on the part of their customers if they would send their fruit to market graded MS required by the market in which they desire to sell A fruit grower who grows for the Cincinnati market should ascertain before packing and shipping just what that market requires before shipping and the same with other markets Some markets require a certain kind of package and others an entirely different ono says UptoDate Farming Some require as many as five different grading Apple Press while in others three will do AJso Some markets require certain vane pttthemihg Just as you would of growing and spraying lit a commonsense scientific mannerand there is no reason why your fruit should not bring prices that will repay you for all the spraying and other extra work re quired Prevent Dust Collecting Of all stables tho walls and ceiling of the dairy stable should be the smoothest to prevent collections of dust Sell at Home Close observation this present sea son furnished more proof If that were needed that the best place to sell strawberries Is the home market The homo field should be closely worked before shipping out When the grow er sells from his own wagon he secures the greatest possible money re profittothere Iaa very heavy business in berry growing the home market Is Soon overdone and then shipping out tobeplied first s Fall Work In orchard willbecut out MT Suckers Which have grows frostssy part of tke tree ex rewlllaeaaeis1 Male l tiiy yoatlg tiSt is 8cttU EaeM dyrgetrt and- watch let n y bMght xiieta1 eee 1 1 ilMt 4 i 1 t rl fir rawC JSTcONFECTTHAT cAN BE PIRCO jED s lfOrange Old Favorte Apricot SnoQ Jt1ons for Tinting FrotiiriprQld Roll able 8criplw Cake Orange Jelly If Use one or carefullyaboutacross the top about tan Inch widd for the handle the edge of the basketandit orange jelly made as alf box of gel- atine pne luiif cdpTd water one cup of boiling wat ulco ot ono lemon one cup pf fi lione pint of orango julce Soak e gelatine in cold water until krtgld the boiling water orange aD on juice and sugar Stir uritlt helltilarls dissolved and s tln a otiKuMJi When the Jelly is heaped in tkkets a spoonful of whipped iitshould bo dropped on top witfi SJpIeco of dried JjiwJJLApricot cupful of apricots drained from he sirup and pressed through ajegetable press Addone cupful of white of an egg a 4Vtiie juice of half or a whole lemon Beit the mixture with a perforated weed spoon until it will stand alone Hjiwlll take some minutes Use betwe above lay era of cake A few Jtalves of apricots cut in pieces may be5fled to decorate the snow The aprfeSt gives a particularly agreeable flavor and tint makingfrostingspoon of red cake utivlth the sugar and you will havea peUy pink frost ing If you wish blnetadd blue cake sand In this way you may get any color cake sand you want your frost jgScripture Is a cake that has as many revivals as some churches and is a cakewhich takes well at church falrsibbth cake and recipe bringing goQ prices Recipe IHJ Kings xvll13Oilicupful of but ter y36 t cupfuls of sugar Jeremiah vhlOJ three and onehalf cupfuls ot lour i Kings lr22 two cupfuls pjralslng I Sam uelxxx 18 one ujlul of figs T BamuelXXL12 pne cupfulof alp G n sll rllHi1slx eggs Isaiah ri4 lienspoonfulhoney fto J KI II A lhre 9 t aap00n rule bkng po der 9- follow Solomon a adv i Ua 7t ing of good boys Prove bssxliil4A- bout the HouSe- A j young woman who ii t the best part of the summer at a BarHarllor hotel tells of a useful box that she invented in jwlld desire to baT a spot where sewing orantblngoul be thrown and left undisturbed until needed again She bought four rollers from a hard ware store and barrowed a hammer and a small screwdriver Weird sounds were heard the next day and her forefinger wad tied up In liniment for a week bidtshe had solved the problem In bind She had neatly upholstered her Jwx with cretonne so that the glimpsesrOfIt under her bed was not unsightly Rope handles were at the code and a pull wheeled It out to her feet fThe cover was a flap of cretonne eked = on the back and buttoned In front to a flap that met it 2 Toilet Soap One can of potash one of cold water 20 cents worth 5lilycerlne three tablespoonfuls of borax one cup of almond meal slx clean grease one cup bergamot4Putpotash- in cold water add glycerine borax mealand oil after It is disisolved and cool Let the grease be melted not hot and stir it In into thJMiilxture un Ul it looks like creamPour iatp a pan and cut in squares whcaqslte hard French PleklM One colander Pf slicedgreen tomatoes one quart sliced oi1lGB colander of cucumbers part4fBdslicedt- wo good of wilt1 Lot all stand 2 hpurs then t ugba- sloO tonehalt ounce Celery seed ono half ounce ailsplce one tcllpowhlte mustard seed one teacup Btblack pepper Iusea little lewip ppeF as I dont like ours too hot IJijse onehalf cuppePPttrolie tabl tumeric one pouted pf brown auf two tablespoons of jmuBtard one gallon pi Tin agar it Lettuce iie Rub a salad dish with a tibye or garlic Place In It yearlettuce and add tne chopped whK pf abard boiled egg Mash theyYolkk witha fork add emefourth j Mpecaful of- aalt two t blH tel olive oil and rub w eeUiv Add it fuMi ci vinegar Qooverlet tides J r s hPt 10 thar apiiekie 5 itLiealt aary U t I 1 oi rIC F Z i r We know of no other medicine which has been so sue cessful in relieving the suffering of women or secured so genuine testimonials as has Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound- In almost every community you will find women who Vegetable either been benefited by it or knows some one who has In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn Mass are files con taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health in which many openly state over bytakingLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgical operations Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is made ex elusively from roots and herbs and is perfectly harmless The reason why it is so successful is because it contains ingredients whichact directly upon the female organism restoring it to healthy and normal activity Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy Minneapolis Minn I was a great sufferer from female troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition PinkhamsVegetable wonderfullybederivedMrs JohnOMbldan 2115 Second StNorth Minneapolis Minn Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts VegetableCompoundd j Insure Your FutureMo- ney invested in the profitpaying farm landof the west is safer than in a savings bank It earns big dividends on steady rising value alone In Butte Valley California prices are moderate And the soil is the richest climate the finestrailroad facilities the best that can be found in the United States RoundTrip Homeseekers Fares are on sale the first and third Tuesdays of every month to October 3I via Union Pacific y Southern Pacific The Safe Road to Travel Electric block signals dustless roadbed For liter ature and information call on or address E L LOMAX G P A Union Pacific R R Omaha Neb hJ CHAFINORESINOL a for all and of the t skin and a cure for 50 a tar all or sent on RES MD U the best I have ever teen for B u rot I uia TWb P Nln HM v PINKEYE POISON IVY ITCHINGRASHES ABRASIONS healing ointment Irritations certain Itching plies cents direct receipt of price NOL CHEMICAL COMPANY RESINOL burns IL Withers Mineral Weds Texas 1tIIwo IIIIIrUIIER STAMPS WORMhERPES soothing eruptions druggists BALTIMORE application 1DISTEMPER Ionril a IiItfid111 t II1Lj o c ow i J J 01 THE TUBS rUULlSUEU EVEUY TH0HSDA- Tfl u J UtlWgher publisher I Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in al vandihifwise7S Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Got 31 1909 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub= scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prjces below mentioned The TIMES and- 4tourrerJournal 1 tii6II Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Famr 75 Democratic Ticketr For Circuit Judge JAMES M BENTON For Commonwealths Attorney B A CRUTCHER JudgeD fFor County Attorney M A PHILLIPS For County Clerk f JAMES WWOOLERY For Circuit Clerk j CIIAS N CROW Q tcForiSherif i WMBOWEN Jr AoJl I F r WA bRABTREE For JL11or GJ50 STEPHENS For Maidetrutesjj W + T ADAMS- TAMESttKI1TCA1D T W ALLEN OJ Working rortrie Trust Gov Wilson says ho will par dnl anyone who shoots down a night rider If you have ene mies then better stay in at night as you are liable to bu classed as a night rider and shot down on n pretent of night rider It seems to us that the Governor is agitating murder in his promises He is doing good work for the American Tobacco Company by urging those who are not pooling their crops to organize Liberty Leagues and fight the pool It is now an open secret that the Gov ernor is a servant of the tobacco trustThere was never a more honest man running for County Judge than D R Daniel What lib ia he is You can always tell where to place him He is always open and a friepd to everybody He is not n man by profession only you can talk to him and tell where he is and what he is for w I 1 v The Republican ticket as at last agreed upon ia John B Hardwick for County Judge Tom Hall for SherHl1 and Ira G Prof itt for Superintendent of schools This leaves Woolejy for County Clerk Phillips fortCourifcy Atter= trey Grow for Circuit QlCrkjand George Stophenslor Jailor DemT ocratic nominees without oppo sition judge Boston andB A Oru toher Commonwealths At torney for tHis Judicial district willalsb have nd opposition- The Republicans Clark court tyliave acted wisely h yJuve given the couhty ticket no oppo sitionbeciiusethoy havenpshowof election One yardin Winches ter however is Republican and the white bosses have put up a negro to bbatthe white Democrat bneliplf the white Ilepub lidanssitItlioy cannot stomach such indecency andwill not vote for him We believe the major ity pf white voters in the Republican party to be perfect gentlemen but deliver us oh forever deliver us from such bossism When the Legislature meets Jnmuirydst the Democrats will be in the majority in both hous es In the Senate there are sev Ipri Democratic holdover mem bers eight of the nominees have no opposition and have more than an even chance to win in ten other districtst I This Republican nominee for County Jiidgo line said it would be doing the people of the coun ty an injustice as well as himself to accept the nomination The vqters of the comity will we be tlevfe prevent this injustice SJVlios runnin thisiriarning isacginumn quor yavhen epee li ingofctiosepucan nominees AftQiitlle election the question will be asked did the Democrats Have opposition They say Mr Gnrrott didnt haver anyone smart enonugh in tlie convention to uphold his rights it is conceded however that some of them know how to vote Mr Hardwiok has said the nomination was forced upon him He was careful enough though to not say by a majority of the eol pie The Goebel machine has been most wpnderfully improved in Powell county SPOUT SPRING Mr4 anti Mrs George P Douglas of levee spent from Satur day till Monday with Mr and Mrs Thos S McKinney Mrs Emerine Mclntosh has moved into the house with her sister Mrs Win Snowden n + JuoJ1 oJ ++++ + JloJ to + + + o1 +++ ++ Jo Jr STANTON COLLEGE i O r Every teacher a professional 235 Students last year Two new departments this year Not a poor Universityt i IEi at small expense Wntefcf Prpspeclus fpr 19091910 t II l if R A McCONAGHA President r tr fM STANTON r rtJ Gtt1 ts f + + + + H0J4++o1o +t ++Ho+tJHH+ ++ i + ++ t++ trt+ + t++ f c r Ift Jlt i T H f Mr nn tloycl Todd visited Mr roddrmotler Mrs Nan niiLMcKinnoyjnear L E Lu no tion the lasto the week The twoyear old child of Mr and Mrs Berry + Hall died Sun day of whoopingc6uRh and dyph tH iria Biiriaiat Salem ra- veyard t I bell s Marie LarilbouolitftJohn R Stewart ono colt for forty dol larsIW F Mclntelli Dpmbcratic candidado lorBMagistrote was here last Tuesday Tli e Teachers Association nieOtsat thiWp1l Saturday JcL 28rd Everybodyinvited- Married atvthjjresidenpe of file Bribes pttrents r Jo tlf9thCole ofRi e qn Pfi Rev Haryey Johnson ofi Lee tothe1Vestchurch aiidwilljfpreuch at 3iim brt hIs Ohl1it uext Saturday night find Sundaymorning If the shoe fits wear it is a timeworn Baying but with a wuluan if the shopits ehetakes- i t backbecause iJs toobig oWlThIS 6 Ve offer OnelSHundrcd Dollars Reward for any cniEe of Oiltarril- that cannot bo1 qiirSd1 by Hams Ca tarrh Cure 1t1 V Iitf CIlBNfi CO Tot ddOi Welihe t1i11 erslgnert have known F J Ghey for the list 15 yettrB and JL eliejmliiih perfectly honorublo iii alitl transa- ttonsaudlflj a 4 lIy 1110 to parry u6 I br1 firth t 11fdngKlnnarli11arvln- Wholesltle 11 1rugui Bl ioIedo0 H9iPCatatrK Cuit taken In tt rnitllynating iregtjyupon thin blood and inucnuR utface ipf the eysteiu Testiwlitt alsl8mIt free PrieeWc per totlte a6liby all Druggists v tij Tuke lulls FftmiLyiPilla for con atiintion Jett EncourflglncrAVords How eeldoin i think to bostw praise l111otilflOe wi Ii whom they are i Your employes yoitfr aesdciates your children nndtinr wife would find their loadsjflightened by a word of coinmimeuiThit ion now and then J SEEDSFrNh 6uermlidto Please r and rlyde ehottld test the mrllot Our NortbenOIOIIu6ecdaSPESIrFER FOR 10 wo wui read Boar 1MIB helm0ririlrly 47bP ra 1 ek i 100 11011 eds IIwilt slpe tor et- pektos DO =1 c 4Tethr will our 1fr sad Indrurtl Id1 1363 IseBLQItTIIIaRo j Illleoti qp TJ JQu Fruit and OrnlmentaJ TREESJ 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Anvbpdy can gqt uP u club for tho Southern Agrlcultnr Jet be cnUleit Is theIlest paperpubli hlJ i fQryouthrn far u f ere and the priceis very reasonable I t r i Write for free sample copy containing attractive premi iUI offer ti urn I I t SOuthei11tgr1ctxlttt clst r + I 1 11illct cQn f f i if 1l J mlKlj f tol o 1 H hdI t i f i If If l Pt5I trb 1 1 IV 1S y A T AtL IIOMKMADK LAFBR f lw JL THURSDAY Oct 21 1 001 f v T- J t L LOCAL BREVITIES issY Election news All that wok t an hear is election news j wt The excursions is over on the L E for this year The SwftunvDny planing mill jis shut down for a few weeks V 11 Miss Lucy bigiiii of Shelby r county is visiting Mrs It A J lrvin- cL J Dr and Mrs J W Williams ij were in Louisvillo last week buy ij ing goods sue DavisAhavef to reside A 0 Oliver editor of the y Campion Courier was in the city v this morning c Dr Martin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs ltoup Curtis on October 14 Harry Shattuck formerly of this city has moved from Banr ford Lee county to Beattyville t Mrs Peorgie Shattuck return ed to eattyYilw after a visit to ft her parents Judge and Mrs W Ot T Adamstd Just received nice line of Lodies Tailored made Suits Suits that will please you s Airs J Wifliains- I Tho Revilltd Mrs Logan It d vin of Attar1 qnsr Ga fire visit ing the formers parents the it Rev and MrsR A Irvin Miss Swope of Indian Fields and the Misses Ewen of Stanton I were guests of Miss Grace Shim q fessel Saturday and Sunday I 0 Ov Eaton who is engaged in the timber business at Gray eHawk Jackson county is spend rLing a iev clays with his family i The Times had been wrongly informed last week when it stat odJtlmt Tom Hall was off the trdck forSherilF Bois still o- nt VA new concrete nlkis being placed in front of the Court House 1 nt Stanton running from the street to the door steps This V speaks well for our county offl i cers and shows some signs of im b provemeptBedRock rot Success to lies in a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Suce power ponies from the splendid health that Dr KingsN Now Life Pills impart They vital ize every organ and b uild up brain and body J A Harmon Lizo more W YU wrhesUhey are cebestpl1ls I fever used 25o at Swan Day t brCos I v Locomotor Ataxia CjI Buffered intensely from Loco motor and Dr Miles Anti i Pills gave me great relief I Jhave takcn them for a long time- r+ land some people say they are not good for me AVcllt maybe willtake Mr tlieyireliev tny pain and I Afet them as Tong as tlicytpntinue tq do 2so A iti Painand Nerve and Liver rills keep me n ajid I assure you Ivam thankftilior that twJACQBHIRGELrCovipgton J4id- Many peridns V ho suffer con iJ Untlyrfrpnli cJifPPic clUcfaics find great relief by tile ttse of Dr Miles F jn Pilb and after sedcral vyeaVause say hstt theyhavfrm no way JUJMMfl them pr cheated a habit I Tjiiillrit at oe IinoV your drUpgst wflLrcturpYoUCnmcfSYl t o I 4 r n Frightful Fat Averted I would have peen a cripple for life from a 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a Act uiito of Corporations Fume and Iniiiv itt cepteil on the most liberal turns consistent t iili modern and careful banking Savings Department 3 Compound Interest Paid SemiAnnually on Savings Deposits 1fii BOARD OF DIRECTORS M H COURTNEY J D ADKINSON CHAULES SCOTT J F Cox A T VViiirr i M H OFFICER COURTNK Prep II CHAS SCOTT Vice PnH A T WiilTT uHliier INSURE WITH i IF A LYON SON I + Tito liuutliup Iiimtiimco Agents i3 of Eusttcru JLCoutnolcy + i i 200000000t ii i Every one who Knows anything about neuramre nowtt they ate lenders in this line EARN STOVE MONEYb- ybuying from dealer this range at half the that It asked by other firms Our modem method merchandising en ables us to make this phenomlnal offer which none of our com peUtora can meet tZa8O buys uua handsome large DOMESTIC WINNE- RRANCEaa shown by cut It U made soul blue steel has six covers one of which la asbestos lined cast flue stripe and fuel cup screw draught registers duplex grate I8lnch reservoir and clout Nickel trimmed A guarantee accompanies each range No mailorder bouae can toucb this will 1 not order this range for then let us ship tt direct We are anxlou td establish agencies In every coummUnit f Dont mIM a IrOOd thing when t is we have been is- baalnee for rhrl Iht rLIMODIIRN TOVII M MAN ChloaKO ill r c o i d iJ h The Clay City Times J E BURGHER Pub CLAY CITY KY eeeeoeoeeeeoeeeeee e SUMMARY i OF A i i WEEKS EVENTS I Latest News of Interest Boiled Down for the Busy Mall- S TOUR OF THE PRESIDENT President Taft was given a hearty welcome on his arrival at San Fran cisco and the program for his eaten tainment was carried out WIthout a hitchPresident Taft at Seattle expost Uon In his speech said be would ask congress to pass a ship subsidy law PERSONAL Mrs E E Pitts of Laurens S C Is said to have been cured recently of pellagra in an advanced stage Miss Ruth Bryan has announced herself as a candidate for congress from a Colorado district Attorney General Wlckcrsham and Secretary Nagel of the department of commerce and labor arrived In Wash ington after their vacations Richard U Sherman son of Vice President Sherman and Miss Eleanor Mills a society belle of Utica N Y were married at that city Postmaster General Hitchcock Is at Flagstaff Ariz for a bear hunt Ho will loin the Taft party at Yuma Prof Abbott Lawrence Lowell was Inaugurated as president of Harvard university GENERAL NOTES Sensational developments are ex pected In the Jurytampering scandal nt Chicago States Attorney Way man has r discovered much newev- dencejanddraUs at more indictments arcLbeing prepared and the present grand jury fe expected to return them Action has been begun at Washington before the interstate commerce commission br the Federal Sugar Relining Company of New York against several eastern railroads in which al legations of unjust and unreasonable charges for transportation of sugar are made l The Spanish ambassador to France has again formally assured Foreign Minister Plcbon that Spain has no In tendon of departing from her original program regarding Morocco as communicated to the powers The Upper Mississippi River im provement association In session at Winona Minn has adopted a resolu tion requesting congress to appropri ate 20000000 for a sixfoot channel in the Mississippi river from Minne apolls to St Louis The Mayor of Marshalltown la and six members of the pollco force and sheriffs office have been indicted by a federal grand jury for placing an In dlan service officer In Jail and keepldg him there for more than 24 hours The oldfashioned lord mayors show which for many centuries has been one of the most picturesque Englandwillnew lord mayorelect Sir John Knill Kings Mountain day the annlver nary of the victory over the British In 1780 at Kings Mountain N C was celebrated in South Carolina and TennesseeWilbur Wright made the most spec flight In his aeroplane at New York that the world has ever wit nessed He circled the air 100 feet over New York harbor In an 18mile windCostly war in Morocco Is rapidly precipitating a crisis in Spain which may bring about the overthrow of King Alfonso Spanish affairs are causing much uneasiness among the other powers Aviator Wilbur Wright announces be will hereafter direct his efforts to the commercial exploitation of his machines and will make no more pub- lIc flights tormerltyjudgewho became prominent in eqaneetlo with the famous Schley court of laro qulry died at St EllaaUtka ho sttaJ 4 WashingtonAs class at West Point Is about eighty men short of the number of officers J1 dedb7 the army an effort will be ma eby Presi dent Taft to persuade congreuto In crease the number of cadeUJo be q wpotat9d j William R Hearst has Accepted the YorkU1I11oralty at Cooper Union called by his admit ers St Charles Mo the first tp be incorporated in Missouri begana hundredthbirthday er entertainments The annual convention of the Polish National alliance opened in Milwau kee Wls with about 450 delegates present A fine granite monument erected by the federal government and the state of West Virginia was unveiled at Point Pleasant W Va to commemorate the defeat of the allied Indians there otf October 10 1774 at the close of Lord Dunmores wa- rlbetourteenth annual state conference of tharltles and corrections was heldin Peoria 111 and was addressed by many experts in philanthropic service Seventeen men wero killed and ton severely injured in a collfslonbe tween freight and work trains on jthe Santa Fe road near Topeka Nearly all the victims were Mexican laborers Naphtall Herz Imber the Hebrew poet who wrote HaUkvab the Zion let national hymn will probably be burled at New York In a grave which he purchased several years ago giving In exchange a l4llne poem in classic HebrewFour persons perished In a Nash ville Tenn fire which destroyed a brick residence Two negroes were arrested on suspicion of having fired the structure Pittsburg chanplon National baseball team defeated Detroit winners of American league pennant in the first game of the world championship series J C Mabray and 89 others were In dieted by the grand Jury at Omaha on the charge of promoting fake sporting events Dr Frederick A Cook had to be es corted from tho Coliseum at Chicago by the police so great was the enthu slasm of the audience to pay him horn ageDr Cronk medical inspector of New Brunswick N J urges the board of education to provide every public school pupil with a tooth brush as a health measure Mary Keegan who was a domestic for 30 years on the family of Thomas B Kerr of New York has been re warded by a legacy of 10000 In Mr Kerrs will A woman confederate Is suPPosed to have aided Oscar Dragege alleged bospttatfundsto princeMfguelander Geprgfevitch Romanowski duke of Louchtcnberg a protege of the czar are said to be rival suitors for the hand of MarJorie Gould daughter of George Gould of New York Mrs F A Halght of Chicago fell In front of a New York subway train and escaped death by a narrow margin She was taken to a hospital slightly injuredBecause John F George vicepresi dent of the Harrington Leather Com pany at Elizabeth NJ would not resign when the United States Leath er Company bought the plant but relied on his contract of employment he was put to work as an ordinary labor er He continues to draw 10000 year salary The birthday of the late John H Reagan who was postmaster general of the confederacy and who was the last member of the cabinet to dIe was celebrated In Texas A HudsonFulton fete was held every night in midocean on the steamer President Grant on the voy age to New York The reproduction of Henry Hud sons exploring vessel half Moon which took a central part in the Hud sonFulton celebration will bo permanently placed in a lake in Prospect park Brooklyn- A monument to the Rhode Island troops who fell In the civil war at thereGovofficials taking part A flock of over 4500 sheep and lambs from Colorado la under quaran tine at the Kansas City stockyards by order of Inspector HD Adair who declares that the animals are afflict ed with the Up and leg disease Lieut Gen Adna R Chaffee retired does not believe enforced idle ness Is causing the high death rate among retired army officers accord ing to a statementtheinadeatLoa Angeles The climax of tbo north pole contro versy Is expected within a week when the Peary Arctic club will make pub lie Pearys statement hhedecJ- ares will prove that be was the only white man to Teach the pole andfsheggsof fisheries of the department of commerce aad labor in the last year Pittsburg tendered DrFelhirlckA Cook such a wana ovation that the northern explorer was visibly affected He aasouncesthatthe facts In the pole coBtroversy will begiTen to the pub lieaeoqxag4a4Xeryttagttlod R1tit Jatex iH I GSvNews General Interest Iifmarized Form iBY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS Court 5fAppeaU DeclArer Officers of- Corpora ens MUltrOea Diligence In Iefd ming Themselves of Condi tidnar FranKfort KIn reversing Judg men IofltheVdravea clFcuit court In8 casfejVJttAllen against H C Neals and pthop dlrectors and officers of the rata qb where it was tp rccoyfJI1oney used In purchasing company alleged to worthleiiB lifl Kentucky court of ap peals dwltWd that officers and dire tore of eet porauonsInthis state ma notcl e r eyes to the existence offactsbtiatthey ought to know and If theyglvout statements which are false in Material degree those per sons whe eML with the corporation or buy itii stMKibaaed upon such reports are eHtltlidJo recover whatever damn age they BUffer The court declares that ftl feretof corporations must use ordinarydlHgenco and perspicacity In informlng kernselves of the condition of the corporation they control SAOIES LIVES SAFEGUARDED By Appellate Judge RearLDeclslon thatiXuthocitles Have Right to KIII Tuberculou CattleI Frankfort KyAs a result of the decision Judgo Ed C ORe rhitho court ot appeals in the case of Jobfj Wlttwer aadr others against Dr JM Mathews rind others of Jefferson county tfefe jlvea of thousands of ba bles Jn Keathtkyw111soon be put out of peril so far as impure milk 19 concerned a4Ee ORear delivering the opinion ofifee appellate court says it is better teVklll the cows than the ba bias ahdtfee right of the authorities to kill the tattle that can not stand the tuberealln tact is upheld inthls opin ton Thinct1onpraYAtorlq the Jeffereea Wfjcult court to the beard et fifth from klliBgthe cattle thatrgRclded by the authorities n nor aaysJedjs ORear tq hIsaatalea1- 6ANKtE J rA jX 1EOLUTIONS Declaring In FavareExaminationsuiy- State Examiners of llState Banks land TftS+i Qempanles- Louisville i 1 iBy Tge17th annual convention of a Ilentucky hankers association enadtiere with the elec tion of JcUtli1backof Paducah Ky aa president and the reelection of Secretary p f Louisville and Treasurer H D Immediately following adjournment a meeting of members of the American Bankers wLarkinstate vice presUMf and E C Molls hon of ShelbyyU was elected execu tive commltt0 Bari from Kentucky One of the prlwlpat rgaolutlons was an emphatic deolaratioa in favor ot examinations byjWate examlnersof all state banks companies tfier authorization f i such inspections to be granted by ithe Kentucky legisla ture X MUNICIPALITJV OT RESPONSIBLE For Failure of 5tl nhouie Keeper to PreservStbrier In Jail Frankfort K The Kentucky court of appeals IniSrBrfng the Judgment of the Shelby r court holda that amunlclpalc iHratinicaJi not bo ofitssder among the iafiIr and prevent their injuring MHi Mother The do Morgan Vision againsireityotshelbyviile The appellant W over night quarreled wlth4WB ether inmatesof the cell he wa Jt7lngaridtbey gave him a se He sued the city and therceert sustained a demurrer to t tier c r WInchester j lie Grand Lodge of Kentucky Kl of PytalMveTect ed0 H polan- chanccJlorC npaet grand F ere iFrankfort grand chancelidrI L Slade London grand vice chai H A Soha berth Yeraallie jpftlate JWCarter Owens and keeper of baakDowIIngquer George jLatonla grand LeenFrankUnlIlaYITUIti gra Esardr38fMathews JpvJ ry Hoplil1eJ1 ttYee to- Ihe au8reme reevtbfskew 137ltmembersI f T- u 1 I LdXirsVlLjUC MAYOR IS IJKDl Action le reuihf to rover Him Pressing His Candidacye LoulsvlileKtyGeorge D Todd lay republican toy mayor brought sul agalsti ypr James F Grinslead and County Clerk Mark Gabhart asking that the fornjer ba enjoined from pressing his candidacy and that the latter be restrained from placing Mr Grinsteads name on thY ballot Mr Todd In his petition states that only he is legally qualified to become mayor but takes issue on Mayor Grtnsleada eligibility saying that he believes the election of 1907 was for a fixed term and quotes the constitutional Inhibition against may ors of firstclass cities succeeding themselves In office He says that un less legally prevented Mr Gabhart as Grinsteads taketMrgTodd who he says Is the only man who had announced that he was qual chairywarmest municipal campaign In many years both parties being split anti each having two tickets in the field The negro enters largely into the cam paign and the democrats partlcuafly those on the ticket beaded toy William OHelda prominent tobacco ware man have made this the para mount issue and asking for a white mans government The Citizens ticket a defection principally from the Head ticket is headed by Owen Tyler a wealthy business man TWENTYFIVE NIGHT RIDERS On a Mysterious MIssion In Harrison and Robertson Counties Cynthlana Ky Twentyfive night- riders on a mysterious mission through Harrison and Robertson counties ordered the citizens pt the little town 61 Clayyllle Harrison county to extin guish all their lights They halted at the edge of the town and communk Gated tho order which was promptly obeyed Through the darkened city the riders then passed about midnight and those daring enough to peep at the band saw that they carried white horseblankets Where they went Is a mystery but they returned through Clayville early In the morning and disappeared in the direction of thla city w JDD6iigs nIcntuclcYo Louisville KyThetotalreglfilra Jlon of Louisville was Democratic 24594 republican 19054 lndepand ent 10065 a gain of 2325 over 1908 Glasgow KyOdell Kirby a negro fatally cut rom SIkes a white man here Feeling Is very bitter against the negro and if apprehended a lynching will likely follow Owensborp TyThe burley com mittee 0f the Green river district has closed a deal with the American To bacco Co whereby the crop of 1909 Is sold at 14 for leaf and 6 for trash Lexington KYAt the JJurley Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse 1430 pounds of tobacco from tho 1909 crop of Osborne Berry of this county was sold tp the American Tobacco Co for an average of 1540 per hundred OnE basket of the tobacco brought f1725 per hundred Loulsyllle KyJames G F Shut tleworthr a millionaire merchant lies purchased the holdings of the Ross Paris Co In the Louisville hotel for 115000 A short time ago Shuttle worth purchased the Interests of Mrs Walter S Paris In the property The Loulsyllle hotel Is one of the best known In the south Henderson KyThe Corydon Coal Co and J LandT E Jones at Cory don this county who also own the title to the Magnolia coal mine sold a half interest jn both mines to Dr J R Slgler apd V Q Conley for 20000 About 1000 acres of coal rights are included in the deal and the purchasers have about 1000 acres more to be added IAxlngtonKr1frsLuCAlexan der 65 relict ofA 4 Alexander and mother of Mrs W E Slmnis Dr AJ Alexander and Kenneth Alexander riled suddenly of heart failure in her residence on the famous Wperfburn farm jtt Spring station Jilrs Alexander was one of the wealthiest and moet widely known women In the blue graHreglon T eulavllleKyr three bhundred dale gates were preeeBl when pjesldejritlSd wards called the NatjonalAMpoIatlon of Life Underwrlters iconvention to order Mayor Je F GrMli 4d do- ltveredaweleeese address wkteh was- reependedta ytt1d prealdbat JaDJH wQ1eeseJorhaeOI4 Uar ekwrils 7pwpelntlsa c j- t M If ir 2i t HAftOiUPfOft ACASE JI CopNar then out of IU Mixed bathing aint allowed Ally Sloperj iot Poverty and Consumption That pov rtJils8 friend to consump Jfi lion Is demonstrated by some recent r tGerman statistics which show that of 10000 welltodo persons 40 annually die of consumption of the same number lonly moderately welltodo 66ot rr the same number of really roQrt7 and of paupers 97 According to John 1f Burns the famous English labor lead r er90 per cent of the consumptives In f Lqndon receive charitable relief In their homes M When Coloring Rags for Carpets or rugs always use Dyola Dyes be i ifmOnce try Dyola and you will nevergo back to the old fashioned dyes lOc jper package at your dealers Write 17 Dyola Burlington Vt for free book o 5 directions and color card + Appropriate r First Milliner You have designed the north pole hat i- Second MillinerYes It will ba a mac matter of dispute between the pur chaser and her husband Farmer Summer Trials iWhat do you find the hardest work connected with farming 1Collecting a board bill troD TOU city chaps when its duel A Rare Good Thing Am using AlIef aFootEaae and can ntI would not have been without tgSvemYJlchlngfeetIthing for anyone sore or Mrs Matilda Holtwert Providence It V Sold by all Druggists sc A k today Drug Store Color fortunejGeraldLean money instant Relief for Alt Eyes that are Irritated from duet heat win or KAIIdrtaogistaor 44 Its a many Wifi cuUThU hair he JIr entitled to R ldtrraore ssympathy than C begets y i Wlnatows Soothing gyrepw 4 For children icothtae oof tens tbo EUBII reduce fazamauoaanartu curMwIadcotyu 260 a j r Smith So the will was read IIItJones Yes but the air was blue SICKHEADACHE I CARTERS yiheaeIJttleThey also relieve Dia ntromD7pepI A dictation end Too nearly Bating Aperfect rnn JJ edr tor Dlitlneu N ufDadTstsiatbeMoutbCoa ed Tongue Fain In tht side TORPID LIN13 Tb rre ttl t the BoweU fegelable- WALLPILLSMALLDOSESYAIhpRICE ifI ffacviII vccWS REFUSE SWSTITWES 1ITfHERCULOai8CONQUEEPD J Writ toe 7jseen + r1rOnus rt tcite4wttianEJw t r Cblldrenr Like tPJSOSCV if t1Ut Ststitrt hirojtwltsa- s lfleOxplNlaat11o ajf 1J i Jt tfiJ of c n k v dD y r t to or f hfifiX1-1 n I 1l y f W t fL I WjmSSroi Gdssip I Washington Wants Next Aero Carnival hopesnAero club for having the next aviation carnival here Is an appropriation by guaranteefund representativesDr Zahm secretary of the Aero club anda member of the special commit f tee on securing the meet for Washing ton had asked the cooperation of Nor s searotarysaid he Bad not yet received such no tification but that as soon as the t flatter was placed before them the preparedtoNorfolk Portsmouth Newport News and Old Point are all much interested Washington ft 1 greatdealt localmensaythey are willing to con fi Jv carnivalInthemeanUme active and promises to work unremlt sjTItingly for the meet vjpbwAs a jnatter of fact Mayor Ma andrmust keep moving and not only retain1 our presentadvantage over other ltlesbut Increase ItT get the keepatt lost If we permit our ardor to flag exi New York I am profoundly enc ur Ff L aged arnl hopeful Each man appealed 43it ibe teiprwieed with the energy jitod r TijiJaf O pitalEven ifTJt Away frHERE la work tin Washington even when the foreman ot the s JPls viftwayi It seems almost unbelievable Iibut there are men and women In the H United States who do not knew that r tho pre lde t is Absent from the capl jtalJheltstof persons who write let thokMvv House desk mlght be of service to theclrcUlatlng department of some lIve newspaper There is a sad need In e parts of the country of a ilaliy Intelllgencer Y Reports from tho road go to show SVithat Mr Taft gets adally mall en ijsd rputeand that in between speeches ho JA doesIbis best toglvoltatteptlon no great decrease evident however in the size of the mall that omeSsevemIUmesadaytothe White House in this time of the pros v idents absence Mr Tafts private v secretary Frederick W Carpenter is not taking a vacation He is hard at work and With his chief at a distance the has to dccdo certain problems which would not come before him for I xrIteads Confirressmans Speeches I c repreaegtativeJ go whohas bsen promoted to succeed William iPiHepburn of Iowa as chair iraanpt the ilhbuae committee ton inter- atateanditerelgn commerce probably J i sets kisJaitme taa the Congressional Reuordmore a1 i other member of batiqlIrw Manpps frevueht- eppea inoe in tbellsa t Is Slot Itt t flQn ilia partUt6 1 tieJtb1tJ Iethe natural Ji I at a- llenillet1 before rt r O yeate 1 iManawent to- xr s dJie Wee l if r n V ITAit31iglHt71 t tbeh Iiwsergte II Hv- Arai iot J iy es tlR t1IM i- I boW s df J J Il or j L J ir t- I I 7 o Xo irn tel 1 lOJ Ykro i1 v 1V i I- ri1 fr ij sincerity of Baltimore and to appreci ate that we are thoroughly in earnest in our demand for the meet Of course none was prepared actually to commit himself in favor of any partic ular city especially members of the executive committee and I can read ily understand their reluctance to take a positive position at this point but all gave us the utmost encouragement and eevn Intimated that they would work for Baltimore and Wash ington Similar reports were made by oth era of the party and the feeling pre vailed that a vast amount of good had been accomplished by the visit to GothamStill further evidence of the rapid growth of Interest in Baltimore In aviation has also been demonstrated in the arrangement of longdistance balloon trips from Baltimore and Mr Hlllery Beachey Is preparing flights for enthusiasts Inthls section Mr Bcacheys first trip of the kind made several days ago was an unqualified success and balloon flights are ex pected to become almost as popular as trolley rides or automobile Jaunts- It is understood that a resolution will be introduced in the council ask ing for an appropriation to help swell the fund to advertise Baltimore and while the city has no power to so appropriate money if the council pass favorably upon the measure an enabling act will be Introduced In the legislature giving the city the power As to the congressional appropria tion It is said by members of the Aero club that aside from the desira bility of getting the financial help from congress such action on the part of the government would give the meet an official standing in the view of foreigners which Jt would not otherwise have x It is planned to have the carnival in Washington while congress is in session and the members of the national legislature are not slow at voting themselves a treat when there is a reasonablechance Urdb sou i Is TbereIS D1Alr solution were the president 8this desk Tho entire clerlca1l rceat the White House is busy and the only places whore the hum of industry Is unheard are In the cabinet room and in the presidents private office There are those who do not regard the absence of the members of the official family as a wholly unmixed evil The assistant secretaries of the inthelice and It is something even to a man to whom vanity is a thing apart to be able to write himself down in truth as acting secretary of the treas ury or of war or of the navy This year in the capital It certainly is a case of when c ts away the mice will work There is more ac tlvlty manifest among the clerks of the different departments than ever before When the clerks first heard this an nouncement they smiled as they ale ways had smiled when they heard the same announcement made Intheyears gone by The time for smiling passed quickly and It was the frown oft the secretary of labor that sent the smile into hiding Mr Nagel was known when he came to Washington asn great politician Politicians as a rule are not given to such deeds as the disturbing of the equanimity of employes of the government In truth politicians are regarded as being more or lesa easy Mr Nagel frowned All of One of the most ludlprops incidents of th lightWhenparty reached San Juan Porto Rico It met among other natives of tie Island a deep student of American politics When ho was Introduced to Mr Mann be grasped him cordially by the hand and said Whntlllsthlsflq1l1aJlnpfcbI cago J am very glad indeed tp meet you land I wish to say that I have read with interest everything youbave said In theihppse of represqntatlvefl during the last two years As his speech wass made In asqme what loud tine pf Voice it reached o r lo e 1e adyancinetoward handsMy name js Jizp 8be Irian ofWJR Kf lie said and r to LeTer7thingJIm pt l two J JT1Il1 tetbgtajji sr- lyllttbatryquhare 1 1I1Gif I I ef if iI f yl 1 11 01 t 1 JI 0 jJ I Yllj J 0j1 e t- j DETECTIVES DOVIVN UGGIERS fcufet Work of call tieb May Re suit In the Rec over MIIIIOne fD tari New York8CQrea 4ew Indict ments probably g to more than 100 wl1le rt fped by tho United States grluid j u within tho next two weeks agaJsStpersons for swindling the g6vernBs of tariff revenues at Ptepcj ew York Collector Lob has hlailragnet out for these swindlers loverlnco he as sullied ofllcej last ftpVlBg The work of his Inspectors and dettlves together with that oTa sange t of special men from the trea8ury4departmeut at Washington has CJuletly conducted during the pant fe i months aj to have kept the great si+tjority of vic tims who are be up with a sharp turnlcesipletely in the dark as to what wasgoIagion- Three classes and their confederates Tnany hom have been In the governlasst service for years will bo h the indict merits namely Importers of figs chheaedates etc from Mediterranean ports importers of raw sugar and fashionable millin ers in the Fifth ayenuejiiistrlct Of the latter clasmaajr of tho best known and most expensive dressmakers and modistes B the United States will be Indlctedi Along with them as accessories will be a long batch of steamboat baggagemen minor officials of the collectors office and men who work aroumdthe docks of the German steamship companies A score or more of thefniel1 connect ed with the weighingd vaion of Sur veyor Clarksons office wJUOie Irfdlcted for accepting bribes t atvary In amounts in each aaefrexi420 to 500 It is known that Collector Loebs men have traced 200 l eer trunks that contained fine millinery from other countrieson whicj the govern ment should have ted at least 12000000 e It Is estimated that the treasury at Washington has been cheated ouuof from 8000000 teJiOWMJQOO through systematic swindling ie SCARECROW pBoVEoto BE BODY CIf Girls FatherWhoar Murdered Jn His CornfeteliNtlc8ta ot Ipnn1 arar h 1aWashington Pa obkJtVsomebody has mocked down j scare- croW Wait till I go over aad titit up exclaimed Arise Maud Helitnagleto a companion aa they were walking through a cornfield on theirway to church near Paris this county A moment Iatgr screamssdrew her companions to the She found Miss Heufnagle stretchedFIcia faint whichthescarecrow The finding ofthe body revealed a shocking murder k Martin JJeufnagles body was liter ally hacked to pieces Decomposition had already set in and it Is tho belief of the police that the farmefhad been dead for at least a itHoufnaglo was one of th ealthlest residents of northern Washington county and left on the ilng of SePtemlor30 for ltUsburfTpvlslt a week i 2X Totan Developed Inaton Philadelphia ParBeforeschool opened early in Septembe M C Cibriellan vaccinated his lyVyearold son Sul A few days laj sr the hay became listless Bymptom fJtetanuB developed and 3ast Tuesday he wns rushed to the Jefferson phy sicians were unable to deVlanything and Jie died SundayJn awfultapany Jt Largest Religious nv inftrv Opens Pittsburg P What iliT ciiilmcd will be the largestrollgieii eelebra- Lion and cpnvqation hsM this- country WIUb here Mealyap2when the internaUonal centonAia2elebrat- iort and 1v of the cl l of Christ ChristianchurchettKoepvepes Xt Js estimated that p OIelgates and visitors 11110 in a tJA1CQ Haniard professor Dl s Bostonf Mass DCi JohBtP Reyn olds for 20yjwirs a prpfawr Iti the Harvard medical school IQt M his time one ef the foremost olMrttnclans of tha country Sunday zeed 83 t MARKET RJPQ tfi CinoinnhU vejct 9Csi 3 lxtra S51iO i575 lVeIiI u- C1 41e pel1i9O S l J4 Q jbsa 6 G- OFlouSpring t 8I i fi VlteatNo 2t 9rU go q tn iMc Ryspo4y 4JI 7 ic Tti OholeeI 1 lIYi JM- Ib Ut v 11 ApplesSlhaiaP3AtQecG tII4t5t 1 v iI 1 w T f r 0 a V I I j i NOT A FAIR QUESTION Mrs HenpeckJohn whats your honest opinion of my now hat Mr Henpfick Dont ask me Mary You know youre much bigger and stronger than I am TOTAL LOSS OF HAIR Seemed Imminent Scalp Was Very Scaly and Hair Camo Out by Hand fuls Scalp Now Clear and New Hair Grown by Cutlcura About two years ago I was troubled with my head being scaly Shortly after that I had an attack of typhoid fever and I was out of tho hospital possibly two months when J first noticed the loss of hair my scalp being still scaly I started to use dandruff cures to no effect whatever I had actually lost hopo of saving any hair at all I could brush it off my coat by the handful I was afraid to comb it But after using two cakes of Cutl curs Soap and nearly a box of Cutl cura Ointment tho change was sur prising My scalp is now clear and healthy as could be and my hair thick er than over whereas I had my mind made up to be bald W F Steese 5812 Broad St Pittsburg Penn May 7 and 21 1908 Potter Drag A Chem Corp Sole Prop Boston Definite Location Every visitor at the new capitol at Harrisburg Pa who gets as far as the registration room is expected to write his name In a big book together with his birthplace and present real dence says the Troy Times Not long ago when a crowd of excursion lats visited the grounds and buildings a stout girl started to register She paused pen poised in air and called out to an elderly lady com fortably seated in a big chair Mon vere vas I borned atT Vat you vant to know dat fort Die man vanta to put it in der big book IAch answered the mother you know yell enough in d rold stone house flows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for and etM of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Balls Ctrrti Cure F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O- We the underlined have known F J Cnreey for the lad 15 yean and believe Mm perfectly hon orable In all budnosa tranuctloni and financially able to carry out any obligation made by his atm WALDINO KINNAN A MARVIN Wholesale Druulit Toledo O Haiti Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonial sent free Price 79 cent per bottle Sold by all Drunlit Take hairs Family Tills for constipation Secret of Happiness I have lived to know that the great secret of human happiness is Jills Never suffer your energies to stag nate The old adage of too many irons in tho fire conveys an untruth you cannot have too manypoker tongs and allkeep them going Adam Clark Answer Wouldnt Do How far is it to Blgtown t Well as the crow flies Im not going by air ship Eggs more eggs I get twice as many eggs summer and winter since I discov ered my sure successful method how to make hens lay more eggs Its freo If you Write Mrs JU Alley Now Madrid Mo Young man beware of the peach who is the apple of your eye She may prove to bo a lemon lam True Representative of Race Dr BethmannHollweg may claim this distinction that he is the first German chancellor TO wear a beard Bismarck hastened to shave his off when he entered upon diplomacy and showed his rivals and enemies a massive jaw and clearcut chin and he shaved tojthe end with an inter vol enforced by neuralgia in the early 80s As a soldier too Caprlvl shaved all but his mustache and so did Hohenlohe and Bulow But Beth mannHollweg Is gaunt rugged hirsute panGermanic A Steady Thing Something had gone amiss with Bobbie and he had sought the comfort of tears Noticing his wet cheeks his mother said in a consolatory tone Come here dear and let me wipe your eyes Talnt no use muvver returned Bobble with a Uttle choke Is doin to cry again In a minute Womans Home Companion Dieting Stella Did the doctor say you shouldnt eat between meals Bella Yes so I Just have more meals Quaker Oatsi- s the perfectly balanced human food S China for your table In the Family Size Packages You Can Shave Yourself With I NO STROPPING NO HONING I KNOWN THE WORLD OVER PROOFIn th- eMorelI abouthowgoodyouUfeel that millions of peoplebuy use and recommend themBut thats talkyou buy a box nov take as directed the proof In the morningAfter you knoW never be without them wj- CASCARET3 foe a tax for a week treatment all druggists Biggest seller in the world Mil loo boxes a month AOENTSlIF I KNEW TOUR NAME I would send you our U18 sample outnt treo Ibis minute Lot mo tAn you In a bulaeu- You do not need one cent of capital Kiperlenco unnecessary 60 Credit given Premium Freight paid Chancetowln500IngoidextraEyer man and woman sbouia write ma fur free o JAY BUCK rmldral SiO sn4 81ml X0oiu Ye HAIRBALSAM I- ClucMl and betatifles ta hate I growlhNev1 I IHair to Its Youthful Colon I Curs scalp fMrlfilling IRUBBERflee than the nearestI phone or Usmall box CIGAR SALESMAN 1xpeytoroponce unnccesurri month and expense Write for particulars HaTes Manager In care of IMONARCH CIO CO St Louis Mo W N U CINCINNATI NO 421909 rFoodProd RECEIVED THE ONLY I GRAND PRIZEHIGHEST AWARDS At the AlaskaYukonPacifiG Exposition AGAINST ALL COMPETITORS ON PICKLK8OLIVC8CONOIMENTSCALIFORNIA ASPARAOUSPRESCRVErJELUES SALAD WH INGCONDENSED MILKEVAPORATED MILKCALIFORNIA FRUITS CANNED MEATS CORNED BEEFSLICED DRIED KEFOX TONGUEVEAL LOAF HAM LOAFryiENNA 8AUSAQE WHERE QQ TY t COUNTS VISE LEAD Your Grocer HsThomInsist on Bitting Libbys L 1i RV M cNE IL L Jt JLJLBBY rg Y tar i vA i i 4 rni4tr oi J iSi frff a F w s AYrdeAd k4+ ra4 mrib Myir4m rYelvxaiucwrw t t v yNAttl Na Ntw pYa cA s I e l r rtf p 0 g ktiI 7t7 4Wic iAJ I t 1 f IIn 0 J 4 1 I 1 IHOKKSBIONAL CARDS R A IRVIN MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY B R SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAY CITY KY II C WELCH Attorney 6 CounselloraLnw ANTON KENTUCKY General Practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth WeAskYou to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy I WINECARDUI has 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 Itl Sold in This CityP3 Any TimeJis Bliss Time Keep a box of BlisS Native Herb on hand for all emergen cies for headache distress after satingbiliousnesscon- etlpatfoarrheumatism blood disorders Takt a tablet once In a while justfor healths sake 7 r BLISS NATIVEI I an old ttme remedy of roots and bears pressed Into 1IsMi f eay to take09 tablets o ijuaranteed to benefit v hack yelowty jl I 1DC- It C + SOLD BY tian a PATRICK KIMBREL KY rIi Iitli1Ion I HEADACHE xH BALLADES h NerveAlga I Apositive and permanent cure for all forms of headacho and neuralgia Is compounded by one of tho best them Fosltlvelyhasnocomposition and will euro tho most violent headacho caused by biliousness or nervousness in ten minutes ifused as directed It leaves the bead drand bright and tho strength renewed is t nothing jusfrps good Can bo talcen by an infant and leaves no after affects- A few of the many teitlmtnlitt we have received Mrs Dell Arevlll Madison Wiac write eDotlrelI PowlIdertaches Would notb without them Mr W B Pearl Waieca Mlnn wrlteajl AlgaHeadache I druggistsWrite II SALLAO CHEMICAL CO I r FondduLac Wlsl tt tl- ttiElectric il BitersSucceed when everythtogl fails t In Bervoua prostration and female weakaescea 4bey are Uie supreme Jj remedy aa thousands have tiditeL FOR KIDNEY LI VJER AND 8T9MACHTROUaLEJI k Js the best mrtieiaer ever aoIdI1 over adruggiMs t i 1 p ya Y yv Extinct Family Pleasures We have Just been thinking a bout present day hobbies nnd they create within us a longing for the return of the good old days ofur forefathers days whets calloused hands warmly clasped each other and kid gloves were unknown days when at e ventide the family gathered at the old place mid enjoyed the pleasures of home How differ eat now Take the average fam ily todayt nd the servant girl is usually only one after the evening meal The father has gone to lodge the mother to her club to the music cir cle Kate to the card party Rob ert has gone down town for a g tine of billiards Peter to the reading room Verily WQ live in n progressive agehKeep your word and your word will keep you- wANTEDSuccess Mal zJM wants an energetic and responsible man or woman in Clay City to col lect for renewals and solicit new subscriptions during full or spare time Experience ijnnecessHry A ny one can start among friends and acquaintances and build up a paying and permanent business without capital Complete outfit and instructions free Address VON SuccegH Magazine Room 103 Success Magazine Building New York City N yyBOYS GIRLS COLUMBIA BICYCLE FREE I Greatest offer opt Oct your friends to subscribe to our magazine and we will make vou u present of n 4000 Columbia Bicyclethe hest made Ak for particulars free outfit and circular telling Now tn Start Address Ihe Bicycle Dian29 31 East 22d Street NH York Cih 9v vt f iaSHERIFFS SAtE By Virtue of Execution No 4701 di vetted to mer which issued from the Clerks Office of the Montgomery dir cult Court in favor of Nelson Baker I orxne of my Deputies will on Mon day the 1st day of Nov 1909 between the hours of 10 oclotk A M and 4 oclock PM at the Court house door in Btnnton County of 1ovyell Ky ex pose to Public Sale to the highest bid der the following property Lor so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt In terest und cost to wit Ono house and lot in the town of Bowen Ky and adjoining the church lot and lot of A 8 E hull levied upun as the property of Dr M Fork ner Perms Sale wilt be made on a credit of six months bond with approved se cavity required bearing interest at the rote of 0 per cent per annum from day of sale and tlie force and effect of n Replevin bond thin 30th day of Sept 1009 JM KENNON Sheriff Po C SHERIFFS SALE By Virtue of Execution No 667 direct ed to mo vhicli issued from tllo Clerks Office of the Powell Circuit Court In favor of Slim lett against J E Lowery and Dr M For ner L or one of my Deputies will oar Monday the 1st day of Nov 1009 between the oclockPton County of Powell Ky eiposq tai Publio Sale to the hlfiliest bidder the following property or aomuph thereof as may be necessary to eatlsfythe- amountof tltePlalntlisdebt inter est and costs to wit Ono house and lot in the town of Bowen Ky and adjoining tho cTijirch UrtllltOledljubjrcthHxccution of Nelson Baker Co and levied upyn as the property fDrM Forkner TEUMS Salo wilt bo matte on a credit of six inonths bond withhpprov ed security requiredbeafjng int regt unntuutroniandcfrtt nalteplcyilibtm1 thlsxe4th- tlhp ofyPpt1fi00 i J Al ENJimSjpr1it a O 111 I tnoleQr wafts forsame tlliligtotuphe goes right I out nnddQQijit We WanWhe Orphans The High iau Orphans flomtat- Clay City iJeady for the orphfth girls iu th Itlsd largo three story Brick house beautifully situated it Olay City It is owned by the Soc Soul Winners and eup ort d ood people ivory where Orphan girls between the ages of five Snffithlrteep wilt bertf cejvedi ifellgibleWe hope lie take tho boyyater Before they are sent wtiwant to know the name agebeahh character etc etc Only t who have neither father or motlTeryvill bereoieved at VV all Eliosewho- ave anysdchahhdrerrto write to Dr Edward d Gfutrrant Wilmore Ky Alcb will thank all ministers and countynfficers to give informa tion us to children The IJnne wilLulotbeeducate and care for these children for His sake who loves them there ip not a better home in Kentucky Write at once toTr Edward 0 Guerrant jft Wilmore Ky We trU8tquw8 bcriber8 all woh ore in arrariTiwillcntl and settle what tliey owe The postal laws unreservedlyjiiequlro that subsdrip lions roust ii d Inadvnnce and at least cann ieoie Inniled after one ears delinquency We dislike to- disscnnIuN th to any sub OICldhirdllvili8 it andwe also iliflikt ID dittoVy the law which putt iir in KI plactt thai can be HO Nosily rerripjjjiie 11 by all paying up Please do Farmtraper Free We hwVoxsbiitra ted for one bun dyed y ndy s ipscriptioiis to the Southern Azrieuiiarist And will F- PIOnblvettii9 ydtlr free to our stltaer ra J forwtther TuneH i t1 1jeai ln advanee7fke Agriculturist is ohe of the beHtlarm pnptTH for tliig st3ctlotl eo renew withIr41IlIY anilfefr it as a pro II ke Phntograntryat4Mtveylody I I ItadII1IcautiMpktunlm Amerlc n Photograolri r deacon 5L avsyn n JI ri aerwtcIANandMeciANlc bod1rlMtanhrdenctu dato NedMeefwtlddnaeaSue acT fits If you Dam rcp per popaear- Ampeon Pub Co ru Very K o- It a- ucry siisiuttlfe to atilt thewrongreason we urge in buying to be careful toJgt the genuine UTLiverw taleblefirmJyother medicines Js bMter than others or w rbeaba to largerndefJ01D Fa YRAR KKHCNCE tascMARKp GHU C MloneasrgeickrT aalwtlonssaloa r TLLh7- v t I1 1 r rec ALt r rcnvn tnlllcillannrdhJ endCdnt11city Yw r H0 UciJ lot 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ingredients being a pure vegetable If you suffer from some form of feipale trouble got Cardui at once and it affair trial FITAKEMCIitt lr4j p oi Mrs W vTGardtter pfTadncahjyy tried Cardnisnd wrileai Ithink Car1uls just grand I I am 48 ycaraold feel different woman since iliaveheen taking it I to suffer from caring down nervousness u but the are all gone and I sleep good higblyrccommend Cardui for young and Try it AT ALL DRUG TOES Tf1ETtBIJEE8tBoun J No Daily 225 305 320 331 3 358 405 414 3- 14t35 447 lQ 6115G10 No 4- Daily A 776 813 826 843fl 010 943 950 1017 H1U5 1130 itatipis Lexington V Winchester L Junction Indian Fields UvY StantonRfislyn FilsnnGnniptuD Tnnctloji Bridge Torrent Benttyvllle Tot do Jackson 1 MtfUns Stains Linen White Goods Sfalnf who needs Out cocOmpletowithout an invaluable any Your deater InkOut authorized to refuodfour inbney when Take substltuteaslc Ink getting The bears and CENTS JOHN Manufacturer Philadelphia No long tlme rrilNv todii wee medicine no extract 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