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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i CD tl- Y HE I ss i 1LA T CITY TIMES1 50 Centals Year in IanWeare here to help Clay Cifyfthe Snrroonliog Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher yoixy I I CLAY CITY KYM THURSDAY AUGUST JJ 190 NO 32 How to Judge About us trooil way to study human nature is when you are driving on the public road If a man is willing to obserVo the laws Tnd the courtesies of the road Im will duly give his share of it when meeting another and showsMie is willing to do the gen tlemanly thing about it But when you meet ono who take s every advantnge of those he meets and holds the road for his own selfish self often to the great discomfort of those he meets or will not allow them to pass we are almost sure to think of pork in connection with such drivers of tpaniss A good story is told of a gem tleman who once met a diame ter described above and was fore ed into u very deep mud hole with a load while the other fellow with empty wagon took all of the gooa road The fellow looked down upon the gentleman and said I never turn out for fools To this the gentleman replied I always do Jt probably will the middle of October according to officials before the true number of peo pie in the United States will be revealed by the official count of the thirteenth census Officials say tlie Ggurea will place the pop tfation at about ninety Million j John Wv Williams of Sardis amtoof IS very kindly remembered by ma ny Olay Oity friends who are his well wishers We Do Not Recommend Sutherland Eagle Eye Save f r anything but the eyes I in a speed And harmless cure for granulated lids scrofulous sore eyes styes weak eyes and dimness of vision Sold everywhere S5c ttlllttwl When you are Ready for your F Spring Suit We are ready foryou The new spring styles we are showing in mens IanIIthe most critical and exacting dresser It will pay you to see the excellent range of styles patterns and colors we are showing We have clothing that appropriate for men in every Walk of life Come in andglance throughyou will appreciate the grace drape style and excellecc of fit and finish We are showing a splendid line of Mens Spring Sufts The fabrics were tested and well j selected much care given to the cut ting andmakingthe fit and finish will stand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest gar ments in the State and youll agree withusonce you see them Boys Worst Habit The worst habit that boys can full into is that of loafing around on the streets at night It is then they cant their lot in slippery pltfce when at any moment they are likely to full from grace All goodand noble lessons taught them by their mothers are there counteracted and I nullified They learn nothing that is goodhut everything bad The boys who spent their evenings In I the sacred precincts of home with good books for their companions are the future hope of this r pub lie they will fill our legislative and congressional halls mid sit in judg ment upon men and measures while the DOVB who run the streets will lwshoqsesland are responsible for these broken laws of decency will have lrjkei hearts and bowed down heads ii the awakening years that will inev itably follow Do We Want the Bridges If the peope of Olay Uity and Powell county want to build the three bridges outlined let them speak out and say so say how much money they are in for each one Its money that talks Saute have done this As much as 500 have this way been subscrib ed for the two Chiy City bridges and no paper has been present edj The qUltYII city arenoi tlier jLbfe to build these bridges and will beJn but little coridi tltlg v ra yJt t Tb 4ii ThffJiTit racity or county laying by cash from the regular rev- enUe is something very rare and Powell county is no exception neither is Olay Oity The Times is for all three bridges alloit once and think every body should work to this end and begin now by dropping into this office and I say how much you are in on the Olay Oity bridges SHIMFESSELS f I I 1f t fl k I CouhoH Meeting The city Ooncil met in regu lar session Friday night and be sides the regular routine of bust ness took bridge proposi tion which by botl the members ofof the board and towniwhoand J E Biirnfier were appointed a committecFto meet the Pow ell Fiscal Court and make the proper requisition upon that body for the building of two bridges acfosslie river leading out from in which the city proposesJipay half the ex pease d that the citIzens by priate subscription- make up citys part Every haltthO board was in favor proposi tion and ev citizen at the meeting seemed inclined the same If welfdont get these bridges the failt will lie with the county a4 from what we learn by talking to the member of the Fiscal Qourt the count willcertainly Wit part Death of Mjs Sam Ringo Mrs Sam Ringo died Wednesday Aufeust Urd after a brief illness tliiugl she had been in failing heap for some time Burial Thursdsy at the Eaton cemqtery sliolrt services being conducted at two grave by Elde r i i A Easter ea ter qsband Mrs Rirfeofou I r f u4idZErrtffllirj etoe matjage she wttf a Miss Everman She leaves many friends besides rel atives who extend sinceros sympathy to the remaining fans ily Dont Pass the Straight Trees If we look only for crooked tree In the timber we will find plenty of them but we will pass by many straight beautiful trees and neve notice them So too if we look only for blemishes in the character of others we will find them j hut we may not notice the many good qualities that they may posses One extreme generally follows another thus it was commonly expected to have a drouth this fall to offset the wet weuthe this spring and we are having it just now though rain may fall in a few days and counterbalanc the injury to corn and grass Stock water is yet plentiful Despite the injurious offsets to growing crops the Department of Agriculture predicts that there will be 80 million more bushels of corn raised this year than last and it says the wheat crop will also be much larger notwithstanding the severe drouth in the Northwest AfterAugusiGthi Mr Wm Johnson will have charge of the Central Hotel Mr Johnson was manager of this hotel two years ago and made a success of the business and we bespeak for him the same success again D R Daniel wa taken sick R Winchester the last of the week but was able to return home where he has since been confined to Iris home fiifk physician this kslie will soonlbe xble to be oil the streetugamty f z I A 9 I McCrenry for Governor Senator James B McOrearj I who has been urged to make the race for Governor of Kentucky has been pressed into the race af ter numerous calls from mew bers of his party in all parts of the State Below follows his an nouncementTo of Kentucky I have received so many letters requesting me to announce that I am a candidate for Governor and so many Democrats have ii person snid to me that if I an nominated I will have the unan imous support of the Demo rat of Kentucky and such a large number of newspapers have pub lished editorials suggesting and indorsing me as a proper candi date for Governor that I hav decided to announce that I am a candidate for Governor subjec to the action of the Democratic partyI believe the party which his honored me so often and to which I have belonged all my lift and whose principles I have eve r advocated and upheld is entitle to my best services whenever needed or demanded I have always been in favor of the straight pure Democracy lay and order honesty and economy in public administration and educational advancement and my record undmy efforts to serve Ii 8 InI prf it ifuJla td oII- itttopdf titiwell known to the people of Kentucky At the proper time Ishall be pleased to make speeches in behalf of Democratic prin ciples and Democratic Govern ment and Democratic victory in every part of the State and in county if desired and I will be very grateful for the support of my brother Democrats JAMES B McOREARY County Convention The Democrats of Powell coup ty which met in mass convention at Stanton Saturday elected M A Phillips Chairman and V B Atkinson Secretary The con vention instructed for A Floyd Byrd of Clark county for Congress M A Phillips Luther Stephens George Stephens and Charlie Orow were appointed delegates and attended the district convention at Mt Sterling Tuesday r William J Gaynor Mayor of New York Oity was serIOusly wounded in the head by a bullet from the pistol of James G Gal lagher a discharged city em ploye who was immediately ar rested and held without bail tc await the result of the injuries inflicted The first homegrown poaches to appear on this market came in yesterday and found ready sale at 125 per bushel The peaches offered were not a supo rior grade either At the sale of G W Lyle Sr deceased on Hardwicks Creek articles sold well The sale was largely attended and the bid ding was spirited It is the duty of the law to pun ish the man who is not now merci fut to his beast I i I s t Byrd Nominated- A Floyd Byrd of Winchester was nominated for Congress at the Tenth District Democratic Convention in Mt Sterling Tues day The nomination was made y by acclamation Mr Byrdu name was placed before the con vention by John M Stevenson of Clark county with seconding speeches from various counties He accepted the nomination in a strong address pledging himself to use his best efforts to win and predicted that with good work the Tenth district would be re deemedBefore the convention brief ad dresses were made by Senator McCreary Congressman Johnson Mayor Head and Congressman Ollie James Senator McCrearytpredicted the election of Demo cratic Congressman as did also Mr James Senator McCreary announced himself for Judson Harmon of Ohio as the nominee for President and closed with the brief announcement of his candidacy GovernorMayor and Congressman Johnson made brief announce ments of their candidacy for thy Democratic nomination for Governor Robert Friend of Estill county was chosen as temporary chair man and Garrett Williams of Breathitt astemporary ecretaw arr The organization ilttreported the selection of M 11 Redwine of Elliott county as permanent chairman and he was chosen by acclamation The nominee Mr Byrd is 4t years old and a native of Wolfe county where he received a ton mon school education and served as Superintendent of Schools lie was elected Commonwealths At torney in the 28rd district and in this capacity gained a wide repu tation as a lawyer in prosecuting the Breathitt county feud cases He personally has a strong fol lowing in the mountains See advertisement of Harilwiek and Company Drownings are increasing in di rect v roportion to the carelessness of humanity Farm For Sale 30 acres level land 1 mile from Clay City well watered about 8 acres in timber rest well suited for corn and grass Good dwelling and outbuildings For further paiticu lays cull at this office LostGold filledcase watoh on II R between depot and bridge at Clay City Finder will be hand somely rewarded if he will return the watch to J G Rogers Clay City H W Monroe Dr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs and Colds Public Saleof household goods including rant tresses matting druggets chairs tables and etc at the Central Hotel Clay City Ky Aug is 1910 i 1 THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY TIrURBDAY J B Burgher Publisher Sntscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents a Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Aug 11 1910 One Great Trust Staples were long ago monopo lized in theirs original supply Transportation coal oilIutifi cial light and heat sugar flour to a great extent woolens cottons rubber leather paper matches iron and steelall con trolled by trusts The substance of the new movement is that these and all other things that men must have are to be supplied to him directly by similas agen cies to be graduallyconsolidated as the process continues Of all this no doubt can be left in the observant mind First the small combination then the larger then all to find their way into a comparatively few gigantic organizations such IH those we now directed by the l Y the Morgan interests or the Standard Oil Company or similar gFQ ups At no time a halt in tore process nor a backward turn Of evolution but one continued advance from the day of the first f partnership to the day of the co lossal trust Is it any wonder that these combinations that now so largely represent Business in its totality represent that is the supply Gavebecomeltepublio against which bUnd I men thunder in vain Promisory John Langley was in town a short while this week When asked about his turnpikes lie said he was still onto his job ridwas in time going to get them for us In fact he said he lid ordered a crusher to the up per part of the district to begin work We guess that is Peter Oave precinct where he said he wanted to be buried in his speech accepting the nomination at Alt Sterling because there was not iiI Democrat in that precinct I John seemoth to not like Democrats and in this there is no love lost Pull together brethren We tare all here for the same purpose Then live and let live The best waV to build up a town isfor each and every man to pull together and not strive to rendand fl ar down All the residents of a town are partners not oppo nents In all likelihood the more business done by your ri val the more you will do Every merchant who treats his custom ers honestly and fairly will get his share and the more business that can be sucured by united ef fort the better it will be for all Senator James B McOreary n ems to be the harmony candi date for Governor of Kentucky The Senator suits the Times all right and we believe this end of the State generally should up hold his hands His parents liv ed in Eotill county when the Sen ator was born not more than ten miles from this city and this within itself is enough to make nn support him from self pride Tills is just rightsize town to settle down in and enjoy life Everything for the comfort of t3 life can be bought here and 10 will go as far as 25 will in the large cities When you want to leave the farm come to our town and build a nice comforta ble home and be among the best people in the world Our Candidate The Honorable A Floyd Byrd the Democratic nominee for Congress ie in our opinion one of the strongest men in the district He will conduct his campaign upon principle and honor He will meet the public on the for mer tell them what he and his party stand for He dout have have to beat the brush because he will make an honest campaign He will not make pro miscous promises because he knows he cannot fill them He will not promise us turnpikes bridges and confederate veterans pensions because he knows Uncle tram doesnt spend his money that way He wants no votes under false pretense but wants all that he can honestly merit and the Times thins that would be all of them though we dont of course expect that A ma jority of one thousand will do if they dont contest and throw him out like they did Joe Ken dall several years ago and we dont think that will work this time for the House will be Dem ocratic this fall we c6nfidently expect and a contest would be useless John W Langley of Washington DC WT StatlordIndependentRe- publican candidate for Congress in this district was here Thursday He says that when the recent census was takenhe was pgJehomei ington If he lives in Washing ton he is not eligible to a sent in Congress from Kentucky It is not essential that a man shall live in the district which he rep resents but he must live in the StateWinchester Democrat We owe it to the community in which we live to do everything we can in every way possible that will be to its advantage Ourneighborsprospority means a great deal more to us than some ones who live elsevhere lye should bear this in mind in buy ing our goods We can afford to pay our home man a firm price for his wares rather than send our money away knowing as we do that every dollar our own citizen makes will help in sustain ing our schools churches and public institutions It pays rich ly to patronize home industry Colonel Roosevelt wants to write some articles for the Clay City Times but we think our readers can hear from the Colo nol as often as they want to with out burdening them with a column a week from the African hunter Next to the wife eater comes the horse beater and it is to be regretted we have one or two in this community A horse is the most noble and faithful of ani mals and the man who would a buse his horse has something lacking in his manhood See advertise pt Hardwiok and Company Kimbrell H F Christopher is conduct ingh class in vocal music atthis place Thomas Clem killed a large rattlesnake at his peach orchard recently I I Rev Joseph Cosby preached at Dryridge I sr Saturday night and Sunday inning Everett Burton of Blooming dale was hero last Sunday He is a frequent visitor now A revival meeting will begin at Jacksons Chapel next Mon day night Th Rev S Owsley will do the preaching 4 Mrs JosephTuttle Mrs Dr Belle Winburn are Attending a tent meeting of tlloCoineouter sect at Winchester SPOUT SPRING Eld Gco W McIntosh was in Lexington yesterday on business W J Chri8t her is spending a few days with relatives in Clark county Wm Edge one of the Blue- Grass Fair visitors from this place this we lIMrs Shelf McKinney visited relatives tit Stahtou three days the lust of the week Mrs Polly Ann Olem who has been at a lowstoge for several months has passed away and was buried at Jacksons Chapel Fair congregations attended services at the Baptist church Sunday there being two services Sunday morning and Sunday af ternoon H F Christopher of this place is instructing class in vocal music at Kimbrell Mr Ohristo pher is a thorough instructor and an excellent singer i jWMson 0 W Easter Sunday Y Mrs Grover Stringer fft visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W F PattonI Mrs Cordie Mastin is visiting her parents Mr ifnd Mrs G B demons this week Stanley the little son of Mr und MrsEichard Adams is very sick at this writing- Elder Albert Easter and daugh ter MrsAngie Pptts are spend inp a few days in Ford Mr and Mrs Jesse Puckett and daughter Miss Ada visited friends at ArgylerSaturday Mr and Mrs John Parr of Cincinnati are visiting her pa rents Mr and Mrs Ben Mastin a few weeks Asa Blakemoro and friend from Winchester and Misses Minnie and Sallie Todd and Miss SaJJie Patton visited Miss Stella dem ons Sunday State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County J EI8 Frank 1 Cheney makes oath that he is seniorpartner of the firm of F J Cheney d COq doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for eachand every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the Yale dfHnllB Ca tarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and sub scribed in ieBJlCe this 6th day of Decembert1886 Glea80beal Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternallyiand actsdirectly pn the blood and m the system Send teagmoaials free F J Cheney tjcornToledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75o i Take Hulls Fa ihYPllIs for con stipation 1I I J i i CUT PQICEST t I 1 Eardwick arid Co All summer dry goods and notions all mens and boys suits and odd pants in summer i G weight and weights good for the year around and men s and boys hats at greatly reduced f prices We are cutting the price on these lines 20 to 35 par coat If you are lookng for bar gains now is the time and our store is the place to find them We will also give you cut prices i a in many of our shoes in mens womens boys and girls low cuts Will also give you large cut on buggies Thes e cut prices are for cash or I its epivolent which is country produce timber etc which we always take in exchange for merchandise All goods charged of course will have to be a price with a profit to it L 11 HardickCO STA Ntr 7 i 1 i t oMIoooi f f gpiH N rj ii t USE HOPE ONE f c I a Gold from one to another it is ne to its value We all know ifriv worth the amount upon it Just the same with our flour by and it comes to you fullof and I and to make light whole some bread rolls cukes etc I Mfgd by J iI+++ 1 + + 1 1 I +4 + + MHHie+4++ r t i I 1 + + E cJQndln A + of Kontuglcy + + 0 + i j J t+ t Every qne who knows about J they are leaders in this line t ++ + + + I +k714 ++ 444++ u4 + and Ornamental Lverytbing and GARDEN MILLION SlrawbcrryPlants- l Free CaMIoue No Agents G Sons LEXINGTON r y NY J r MILLS FLOUR fWhen 20 Piece passes person accepted without question stumped Safeguarded scientific testBfor purity strenght nutriment lifesustaining itwarranted ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky INSURE WITH F A LYON A SON Insurance eJltMf TOverRepresented anything insurance kowt FruIt TREES lot- ORCHARD LAWN 1etlllepJleyer properties 3vF4444a s WE BU- YWOOLN DESANR I BtutDNtrr MUt far MI Ikw t lsocicwssiirsb IeIIn MflIt ls lasioile Whr1M- WI 10 w Write ftr jlrkdW EsSONS 1j1 4IAtinIBeIIf IJLSAIEL I Itpr Bells r1tiseptfCalv Good for all Skin Olaea1eaW r J L i rlH E TIMESt T J1iI JI rL HOMEMADE PAPER WTBUliSDAi Augll 1910 =zx CKOCAr BREVITIES j S e advertisement of Hardwicl 4ml Company v t h V A splendid little farm near thts city Tdr sale Apply at this olllce r Several of our people fire attending the Lexington fair tiii- wet3k We hnve a moving pictur allow under a large tent w tli us this week Charlie Map l ot IrvinE WIS with relatives hi this city Satur lay and Sunday Mr and Mrs M L Devary of Clark county visited friends hi the city the lust of the week Mrs A 0 Barnes has beet very sick this week with summe grip but is somewhat improved Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve is a creamy snow white ointment put ii1in air tlirht screw cap tubes Will cure anycase ofsore eyes of IJ babe Sold everywhere 25c A E Rankin with Champio t Bridge Company was in the citj to meet the city Council Fridaj 0 night I The enlisted strength tf the army for the presents fiscal yea has been fixed upproximatelya 87000 men A Clean Salve Is desirable Dr Bells Antiseptic r Salve is a creamy snow white oint ouentapd guaranteed for all Mi diseases r such as ecxema salt s rheum chaps etc 25e Misses Annie Burgher and Car rie Tipton of Winchester visited relatives in the city the first of the week- Citizens interested will meet at the Eaton graveyard Saturday mind cleanoff the ground and otherwise beautify this little ceme 1teryDr BellsPI eTar Honey i T Is tlibest for coughs colds croup whooping cough bronchitis nstJimi t and all throntand bronchialtrouble- sSoldevery I where look for the bell I on the bottle A Cold Is not necessarily serious provided r it is taken care of It is frequently the starting point of many danger ous diseases When it comes use Dr Bells PmeTar Honey Look fur the bell on the bottle The Burley Tobacco Society will place on sale all the tobacco in the pool consisting of J20 mill ion pounds It will be unloaded in time to get ahead of the new crop T v Croup People with children should keep a bottle 01 Dr Bells PineTar Honey on hindit all times Croup is worse at night when it is jome times hard to getn physician Xook for the bell on the bottle Relatives here havebeen noti deathof Mrs Frank MouiSiatBaHhigeT Texas some- titnelltt3t week of typhoid fever She 18 survived by several chil liren besides her jiusVndv Mrs Mouritz was formerly ya Miss Wiseman of Estiil qunty Mr MountK SR brother to wEn Mountz Srof this city andis a native of ibis coiinVy rte I iIfii Ill e Bella girls arts oil the ef de at Somerset and the telephone service is completely tied IlpII I The colored population yas fa vbred at Carlisle with a car loa of watermelons Wrecked MOJI day t Staggers Skeptics That a den tike fragrant cock pound like Bucklens Arnica Salvi will instantly relieve a had burn stagerska wonderful healer of the wars sores ulcers boils felons eczema akin eruptions as also chapped hands spains and corn Try it 35c at Swann Day Lumber Cot stove v n 4 We have for sale about two columns of advertising space be ginning next week which outdo gal merchants badly need We are both losers but it is not the faultof the Times lLife on Panama Canal has hart one frightful drawback malaria troublethat has brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chine fever and ague hiliousnesss jaundice lassi tude weakness and general dgbili ty But Electric Bitters never fail to ciestoy them and cure malt ria troubles Three bottles corn pletely cured me of very severe at tackof malaria rite Wm A Fretwell of Lucamn N Cand Ive had a good health ever since Cure Storn cell Liver and Kidney Trouble find prevent Typhoid 50c fuariViiteed by Swunu Day Lumber Coris store i i uj Apples which lie reported ps a complete fiifillure and whichIre so fur as the loy lands are con i F cerned were neyermore nume- rousin the tnrltlts of thja city They coiheiriby the wagon = loads and find ready sale at from 00 cents to one dollar per bushel The Best Hour of Life is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt of Rocky Mt N U when he was suffering intensely as be says from the worst provr ed to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery is For af ter takingone bottle I was entire ly cured You cant say anything too good of a medicine like that i Its the surest and best remedy for diseased lungs Hemorrhages La Grippe Asthma llay Fever any Throat or Lung Trouble 60c and sl Trial bottle frejj Guaranteed oy SwannDay Lumber Cos store I ONION LAWN FENCE I Costic verr late proves veil eatlsI tictorrtor Iawn door rarfll tardons W inn frnflne for lawns yoult77Write cobeKilblll Me I st 0 q Miss Bettiewntng of Lex ingtoh is tlicrfguest of Mrs R A Irvin Sr J L Alartiiift futonspec t Tuesdaynightxwitli his son Dr Win 0 Martinjjl Cities that arejdlsappointed be cause oi the census returns should reflrcE that UnciSam is as much interested in making a good showing as they are lf P Mr and Mrs jEB McGloin were suntmone Morehcat Monday occasioned by the seri otis condition of 2 brother to Mr McGlono who Has a serious at Itick of typhoid fever Therci seems iofbe an qpidemi of summer coldgin and about Clay City Oiie of our subscrib ers said he liked 150 of hoc fog a case of hayffever but as it was it was just a common bai coldIii I Internally Dr Bells Antipain cures colic flub diurrhoeacramps and all bowel complaints- EXTEUlULLyCUrel sore breasts corns bunions toothache neural igr andall pains Sold avery where It is antiseptic The Boy andjthc College Colleges are all right and n good thing for the country hut the Times has observed one thing in nine cases outhot ten you car take a boy who lS been rearer in the country raised to liars farm work you can give him a thorough collegiate educatior and if he has not the natura talent for some profession of business which docs not require hard work he will starve befon he will go backrto the farm und work hlt8iinVsonid few in- ataacepalae col Ipjt goep wrong Study the boy well boy Well be fore you start him to college Generally if the lad wants to go to school and has dotie well in his lower grades and shows tin a Tlaptubility to business he should to college otherwise he should go to workiWe Guarantee Every Box of Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve to do what wo claim Tryit for ul cers boils ruinng sores tette ringworm eczema salt rheum fever sores cuts bruises pimples black heads chaps felons burns on any skin disease 25ca box t4S49E WHVZ M YJ eA ti CAPITAL STOCK 81OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 100000 ti TIlE nt WINOHESTJ R BANK a 01 YIN01IIfiEt Klra N HOLLY WlTUKKSPOON PHKH- AY R SiiiAH OABIIIBH YOUR ACCOUNTS SOtIOlTED 2 A A A c ++ + IDi + I3 t- JePr1AU + + + + + + + + + Jo 3 PIN i Watchmaker i i 5Hi Jeweler Clockloitf tacles iIiC AY CITY r KENTUCKY i+ J- Ifrr +4G+ ti + 4rF t J iI r KllledIn Auto Accldent Mrs JRSS Jones was driving in Olark county recently when she met an automobile which frightened her horse so as to up set the buggy and so seriously injure her as to cause concus sinn of the brain from which she died Mrs Jones was 40 years old and was formerly Miss Hoard of Estill county Struck n Rich Mine v iS W nnd1 of Coal City Alat lie a perfect mine of health in Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney Trouble after 12 yearn of suffering The are the best pille on earth for Constipation Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Debility S5c at Swann Day Lumber Com panys store n Fortune Telling Does not take into consideration the one essential to worn ans happinesswomanly health The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of oil good fortune For without health love loses its lustre and gold is hut dross Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be regained by the use of Dr Ficrcso Favorite Prescription This PrcscriytloR Loa for over ilO years been cErlnQ delicate ivccli pain tvrackcd women by tho hundreds of thousands =and this too in the privacy of rrer homes without their having to submit to indeli Cato questionings arid offensively rcpud dart examinations Sick women arc invited to consult Dr tierce by letter fret DispensaryMedical SenseMedicalPlain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman single or married ofZIoneceWagon Excellence Strength durability safetyand utility are com The Studebaker Wagon yearsironthan fifty years of wagon making experience behind everv wagon made by the StuiJebakers We sell all the many styles andsIzes Come in and get a Studebaker wagon book and let us show you how good they are Lightest Running Wagon Made theJ Grubbs Benton Winchester Ky IW BM M v i Wl t k M H COUKTNKV A T WIIITT Cushierff THE ICLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK CLAY CITY KENTUKCYm Capital Stock Paid in 5oooo Dollars 4 j Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on deposits One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department I WHY NOT START ONE TODAY t t iL J SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized the itandard poultry of the remedy that can be depended with IIbsoluto certainty to cureBnd prevent Gapes Cholera hour nftcriccft Diarrhoea oDd all oxtstzrk f = of poultry dls- caf1I 1 I drop In tho drinking t i t wls and troO m am ABnobotUaicalcealStai medicine For the l t fKlocthcod sad other dlseas urkcj We sell Pres time m Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS NO EQUAL Mn wVRahtoaIlopkiesvilleysays IDirPPClay PuiRwyttIaayer have been taitii I ailed hundred of chicken free from i11 Bourbon Poult Cure Isrbemustaatldaaohrcmedy giving them Bourbon Poultry CuredI have evefused for Chblu sad Gapes Ibya sure taro for Cholera and Jumberueck Man- nlyfrbyied Bourbon Remedy Co I3SSo y Kr u s A At All Loading DruQBI ta I BOo per Bottle Trial Vial Freer Sold by SwannDay LrCo Hardwick Co Clay CityStanton I Seo advertisement of Hardwlck and Company Delicate Women From a thin nervous wreck miserable and wretched J am now enjoying splendid health and it is all traceable to Dr Miles Nervine MRS MAUD B OPLINGER Philadelphia Penna As a rule women understand the nature of their delicate organism but overlook the wonderful influence their nervous system has upon their general health They do not realize that nearly all their ills are directly systemThousandtheir health and vigor by the use of Dr Miles Nervine It restores strength to the entire nervous system The first bottle will benefit If not your druggist will return your money I Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified ANDSTOMACH It Lt the b t jedlcine ever sold over ists counter l r s nroniimr obtained In all countries OR NO riC rrPATENTStrhtelt InfomiatlonDPATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington 00 60 YEARS- GEXPERIENCI t TRADE MARKS DESIGNS f nswnIaNrB e wayisent free Oldest forsecuringpatents Patent taken through Munnt theScientifickaYI A handsomely Illustrated weekly Jjirtcit drcnlatlon of any iclentuo journal Terms 3 a newsdealeraUliracch Olce I St WublllnoD Do Co I Vital Washington News All over the land the regular Republican candidate for Con gress are preparing to ask for e lection or reelection on the rec of President Taft nnd the last CongressAside from the tariff revision with which the public is already familiar the predominating fea tures of the platform on which the standpatters will make their final desperate stand are the pos tal bank bill and the socalled railroad regulation bill The railroad bill as passed was better than existing law im provements having been forced by Democrats and Insurgents The original draft was one of the most vicious pieces of legislation proposed in Congress in years President Taft sent this bill to Congress with his personal in dorsement and asked that it be passed without amendment- It provided for a Commerce Court which would have destroyed the usefulness of the Inter state Commerce Comnissionand- made appeal to the higher tribunals impossible It took the railroads from un der the antitrust law acid would have permitted them to make what rates they pleased without any effective check It legalized existing mergers between existing lines it con regI curities The Democrats and Insurgents forced some improvements but were prevented by administra tion influences from putting in provisions which would have been of real value to the people such as physical valuation of the roads as a riteregulation Such waftiie railrbifd bifrthat would have become hiw hud President Taft had his way Congress pnssed the kind of postal savings bank bill that Mr Taft wanted The effect will be it is thought by those who have given study to till net ns passed to drain local communi ties of the money deposited in postal savings banks Had the If STANTON COIXE- GEANNOUNCEMENTS FOR PALL TERM OF 1910 TERM OPENS SEPTKMIJER 5nt IN ALT DEPARTMENTS HOLIDAY VACATION BEGINS UKOICMUKK 2tTH NEW DEPARTMEN- TAA Department will be added to our work this year Heretofore we have not carried the Department of Physics because there was no de- mand1 for it This Department will be opened to our students at the begin ning of the Fall Term Funds have been collected for a Physical Labora tory and our instrumehts will be installed as they are needed A compe tent instructor will have charge of this new work NEW TUITION REGULATION Students of this college who have successfully passed the requirements of the eighth grade Common School Department are entitled to free tui tion in the Academy provided that they reside in Powell county and that a registration fee of 5 00 is paidat the time of entrance But hereafter suchstudents as desire to receive help from the county must pass the exam ination given in January and May by the County Superintendent for those who desire to be county beneficiaries in the Academy All students from other schools in the county may become Beneficiaries in the Academy by passing either of these examinations I Students residing in other counties and those in this county who do not care to enter as beneficiaries under our regulations with the County Board of Education will be charged a uniform rate of 200 a month in the Acad emy Students carrying college studies will pay 2 50 a month according to prospectus OTHER REGULATIONS- All other regulations may be found in Stanton College Prospectus for 19091910 For information addresslSTANTQN COLLEGE STANTON K1Ve MjTJ ii f e1tijAir t- I j r I Democrats and Insurgents had their way a postal batik bill such as was desired by the people would have been passed But though the Influence ofthe ad ministration drich was able to thwart they will give Wall Street the control of the peoples money as micvccbefore fr Still another feature of the Taft record is the tariff commis sion law alsogold brick It creates a commission without powers and gives the special in terests 250000 of the peoples money to carryon the campaign against honest revision of the tariff on the basis of equalization of the cost of production at home and abroad fr d ExForester Gifford Pinchot has ideas on oilier things besides sonscrvation fAt a dinner given recently he declared that the na tion had lost confidence in Con gress because it represented special interests rather than the people Continuing he said And of this there could be no better illustration than the tariff The tariff under the policy of protection was originally a means to raise the rate of wages It has been niade a tool to in crease the costof living The cotton cloth schedule was increased in the face of the uucontradicted public testimony of the manufacturers themselves that it ought to remain un changedThe steel interests by a trick secured auindefensible increase in the turilljoar structural steel J The Bugartrust stole from the like apetty their yet Oongresshy7Ineanj of a die 1 ltIu to pro ject it in bleediniTM tHe publics Republican paperS please copy i Representative Charles ALit tlefield of Maine now admits that the plunk iutho last Repub Item National platform regarding injunctions was put there to placate the labor leaders and and with no intention of its be ing carried outl Ho carries his frankness to an even greater ex tent timid says tUo plank is perfectly noncommittal und means nothing being simply a dishon est trick to lure the unwary workingman and deluge him with the belief that the Republican party was his friend If the truth was tolddjttvouldno doubt reveal that tlie tariff revision plank was aother dishonest plank never mended of fulfill ment and thiiJ tho whole plat form was a tissue of falsehood and fats j pretense ftThe publicity for campaign expand con tributions passed at the last ses- Sion and 6igl9Y President Tuft is not what the people have fur years been Jlemaiiding The House provided for pub Noisy before election but the Senate refused to pays such a measure and as aresult of a con ference publicity will not be niade until after the elections have taken place WimPs thejtoeof publicity after an elect iOII whEn what has been done caullutbcuudlue would Publicity seem t eJectioltmof publi lt then tho voteratWoula be given timely notice sW which pprty tall uturlhdlttes t fecrfby atd for the trusts udh llfchwere of E Jli for and by the people I The recent attempt to corrupt Senator Tom Gore of Oklahoma was accompanied by feature most distressing to the blind statesman Gore has felt the sting of poverty in its bitterest forms Even now he has noth ing but his salary The person who ho says offered him 25000 to change his position on the Indian legislation was a personal friend of long standing Tliifc nan knew Ore had often suffer ed from sheer want But Gore was not for sale I Some Clay City people should learn these hot days that it real ly is important to keep cooland just as important to keep your temper as it is to keep cool Aviators and automobilists are about the same They break the record today and somebodys neck tomorrow Clay City can give thanks she has neither No 2 4 35 Indirfn Jut ure knotty problems that will to remain unsolved hot wave paeees SQTHERUNDt EAfiLE EYE SILK for but the WeMkYou to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure it will you Remember that this great WINE CARD UIIhas brought thousands sick so not you For backache periodical weakness said It the best take Try 111 Sold in This CityF3 BELLS ANTIPAIN- For Internal and External Get Well If you are you wish to get well dont your Of course you do You wish to be rid of the pain and misery be happy again If your illness is caused by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Its This great medicine for women has re lieved or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female trouble c TAKE CAROUlII For Womens Ills Fannie of Foster Ark suffered agony for years her letter about Cardui Sire Writes I was sick for seven years female trouble Every month I would very nearly die with my lead and back I 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured Cardui ia a Godsend to suffering Try it AT ALL DRG STORES sUr1tIAr OF L E TIME TBLE Rue Round WestBound I No Daily Doily P M A M 225 735 3115 320 826 334 842 903 358 910 015 41422430 435 447 950 b10 1017 15I OF and 1 I Stations 1 Lexington Winchester L dE Junction Fields CLAY CITY StiintonRostflyn Ftl on jHippton Tnnctlnn Natural Bridge Torrent BUll tI vvllle 0 Ie Junction Jackson There some have until the Good Nothing Eyes help female remedy relief to other women why to headache pains female many have Is medlclno to DR Pains sick Mrs Ellis seven Read with took women 813 405 038 043 NIl 1 oQ Ex Daily Sun 1 DollySundny AM P DI AiM 055 605 1025 912 520 900 607 934 8 45 453 U20 825 435 002 815 42G 854 8051 420 848 803 414 842 748 357 828 745 355 I26 730 841 816 797 310 754 0 15 2 25 7 0- 5n10 220 700 Tho Following CONNECTIONS are made Duily Except Sunday L E Junction Noa 1 and 3 will connect with the C k O Railway fur Ml Staling Ky Onmpton Junction Nop 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Ioun tain Central Railway hr passengers to and from Carnptc Kv Beattyville Junction Nits 2 will cnnnent with the L A A Pull way for Benttyville Ky 0 b K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the O K RuB way for Cannel City Ky and way stations t t NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER I FARMERS ATTENTION I t I Manure Spreader Is different from all others Do not buy without first 1 hnvosticaUne toe merits of tho same The exclusive features on other machines r Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or loadingthusame anteed to pulverize all manure Y notice tho ree ffblamachinelsbuiltonacolISImon sense a 1 wagonhence is the simplest lmost durable lightest lowest a down hence easy to load Into spreader op the market Aackcd by ten years t I experience not an experiment Ask fus catalogue X THE NEW IDEAnSF RCADCR CO Cold wnteiv Ohio I fJ i I Y M KJ s1