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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t 1 i1 QtI i r JHEr t 0LAYr jIIY TIMESI 0 f 1 r 7J 50 Cents a Ynrln Advance We are lere to help Clay Citylpe Surrounding Country and Ourselves iB Burgher Publisher j I VOL XCLAYOITY KYV THKJRSDAY AUGUST l8 J9IO NO H tie The PlatformI Democrat at V convection was a strong indict itieht of the State and National Adniirii8trtttion8 which were de clared inefficient hypocritical extravagant and weak It calls for an amendment to the insti tution and passage of an income tax law inks for revision of tar iff is opposod to the Govern 1mrwttissuing license for sale of in localoption territory Vand is also opposed to the ship ment of whisky into the localop tion territory through the inter state commerce law The plat form denounces Onnn ism and pledges the nominee to intro duce a bill in Congress to the ef fect that Kentucky shall get its share of the mosey from the sale of public lands to be used in the education of her children Licenses for 101 M Ds At a meeting of the State Board of Health held in Louisville last week the result of the recent ex amination of applicants for license to practice medicine in the State wag ascertained One hundred and one of the applicants were success ful while thirtytwo of them fail ed to make the required grade DrB R Smith formerly of this city was one of the successful applicants While Dr Smith held a oml1 which aJ1titji him to practice in this State badts exaOOiA n tfersvillathat sliP lirtt Miss Nora Martin dfvvinton is visitingMrs WmC Martin t r We Do Recommend Sutherlands Eaglet Eye Save for any tllingbuttlebyes It is a speedy and harmless for granulated lids strofulou8 sore eyes styes weak eyes and dimness of Vision Sold everywhere 25c When you are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready foryou The new i spring styles we are showing in men I andyoung mens suits will appeal toj the moft critical and exacting dresser- It will pay you to see the excellent range of styles patterns and colors we are showing We have dothing that appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in and glanc- ethroughyou will appreciate the grace drape yland excellece of fit and finish We ire showing a splendid line of Alens Spring Suits pThe fabrics were tested and well Reeled much care given to the cut t ng and making the fit and finish will stand the closest scrutiny Wet lrhsn edy believe them the finest gat- i itk jnthC State and youll aggee J ua once you see them lib to the Farm IBack gathering of the one of the great ri niversities of the middle west who reside in a large city some distance from their Alma Mas ter the question of selective courses and occupations came up for discussion The men were all members of the professions some lawyers some teachers others engineers Just before the gen eral discussion a vote was taken to indicate if the opportunity offered what course each one present would select Every man in the number except one expressed a choice for agriculture That one man explained he had graduated at farming thirty years ago before the new era of agriculture had made its appear once It was then drudgery from sun rise to sun set Now he was set in city ways Big Packing PlantILouisville is to have a new packing house nuder the firm name of Louisville Provision Company articles of its incorpor ation having been filed The capitalof the new company is 550000When the plant iff in full operation its capacity will be 1000 hogs 400 cattle and 500 sheep and lambs daily It will be the only institution of its kind in Louisville and will be one of the lirgesfcin tho Witi 9few fxontbsa thok ap r H infcrttfe thVp acKJng capacity of the concern aerapidlv as possi ble Mr B F Berry of Weet Bend was in the city yesterday on business pertaining to the Lulbegrud bridge Mr Berry has done much toward getting the rightofway and otherwise assisting in the getting of the bridge at that place Fit x iiHIMEESSELS flora UMMPxhting Chance With the iwimnation of A Floyd Byrd fcJcCongress in the tenth districitK Democrats have mOre thud a ting chanch for- redeemlngif vr Byrd is young Ind can take around Mf angleys head The Denitiiaof the district have hereto made the mis take ofnoinf ng fossils aganst whom LarlgJ as more than a match The les are turned this timeu asdJhhe Republican nominee is sodfcr outclassed as to hardly fuYnjRi amusement for Mr Byrdh Id they mount the same ragi stump together With the only ily paper in the district the i ependent Win chester News d several others with Republican proclivities op posing him d levelheaded clear speaker nominated against him especially Jnce he has foll owed the Jell 11jof the meane- strecationariesven supporting Uncle JoeC1on we do not mind saying TJIour readers in strictest confidafcce that we heart ily believe thMr Langley is serving his laatijfefrm in Congress and that here lrif lie gets an beippoinLiveWPz t St Court About 2500 gttle on the market Monday le quality s wa8- l fairly good tj devwaa notts jtliiemarketsteers but olt on heifers and cows at least 25 to 50 cents The best 000 to 1000 lb steers sold at 5Jc but bulk of sales were around 5c Yearlings at 4l to 6c Heifers at 4 to 420 Cows at 3 to 8c Old cows and rough oxen at lv to 2c A few 100lb hogs sold at 885 Good crowds at the pens withsome buyers from other States but tradO was slow in the morning but improved some to wards noon Very few mules on the market and not much doing Mr Hord Armstrong of Flemingsburr was here to buy suckling mules but prices were so high that he balked and bought 21 two and threeyearold broke mules in stead paying 125 to 175 per head The prices asked for mules were from 75 to 125 perheadMt Sterling Gazette New Paper for Irvine Irvine is to hayq a new paper politicsof the Richmond Pantograph wil- lbetbe editor A company has been organized under the name of Irvine Printing Company which will be the publishers Congressman John Langley Is said to be backing the enterprise The capi tal of the new company is 82000 Cleveland Slaves Miss Rose Cleveland sister of the late President has been looking into the family history for- Borne generations back and has round that two of the Cleveland had been spld into slavery A woman in Canada qught the great grand father tot the Presi dent forsixteengallons of rum Arizona Republican I i r X 0- J Some Fine Cattle Sales Export cattle are being ship ped out almost daily The pri ces have been very high and all handlers are making money Big staff Cockrell weighed up to McDonald buyer for the S S Company 85 cattle which brought an average of 10200 per head Ed and Harvey Prewitt will weigh up to the same buyer for shipment August 20 117 head which will average over 1500 pounds These cattle sold at 7 straight The market has been off a little for several days but the largest portion of the cattle were either sols or contracted for before the prices slumped Mt Sterling Gazette More Fine Orass This office is in receipt of a bunch of timothy measuring 5 ft 10 inch es in length accompanied by the following letterLivingston Ky I see in the Times sketches of Powell county timothy grass I will send you some straws to show what Rockcastle county would do by proper attention Tell your farmers to get some Rockcastle county soil mod sow over their meadows and they can and will raise grass D S Clark Crops Not so Bad Everywhere The wheat is yielding well but beiirjg badly sprouted the grade ft r t iy i h p3edthe marketat105for stric- tNo2 Corn is now promising a bumper crop the corn belt has at last received plenty of rain Potatoes yieding heavily of fine tubers price only one dollar per barrel Onions made a fine crop and are selling for two dollars per barrelOur Country The Drouth On The hot and dry weather con tinues uninterrupted The past week has been the hottest of the year and no rain Corn and to bacco crops are suffering to a large extent It seems that so much rain in the spring and ear ly summer had crops so adapted to miosture that they are suffering more thin they would had it been dryer all the time You dont have to go to war to be patriotic Improve your lo cality uphold your town enlarge its interests and lend a hand to progress and you are a patriot a lover of your country as truly as the soldier who shoulders his musket Yes its hot and will keep on getting hotter until after the November election when it is thought it will cool off for a while But when Congress meets it will get hot againfor the grafters and trusts Democracy is poison to both of these Elder N McIntosh was tiied in the Police court Thursday for shooting at his brother inlaw Berry Barnett and held to the grand Juryunder 8500 bond Dr Martin reports the birthof a posthumous eon toirs Marion Williams August 16th See i adverttsemefHardwick i and Company R W Bingham a former May or Louisville appointed for a brief term by Governor Beckhnm has been nominated for Judge tf the Court of Appeals iiii tie Fourth District Mr Bingham iu accepting the nomonation dooii so as a Democrat but his nariiM willappear under the old Log Cabin W H Ringo of this city dird at his home Sunday the 14th inst about nine oclock at night after 5 or 0 hours illness Buri alat the Eaton graveyard Tues day at 11 oclock Burialexer cises were conducted by E r A Easter with a large crowdofrel atives and friends present Many of the Masonic Orphan Home childred which had bent home on a vacation returned to Louisville Friday The home in a grand institution though itIII hard for widowed mothers to part with their children after va cation but it is ordinarily far better that they do so It probably will be the middlo of October according to officials before the true number of p oplp in the United States will be re vealed by the official count of the thirteenth census Officiate say the figures will place the population at about ninety millions Mrand Mr8WN Bush lta H- rrittve1nriIrvine this weekwhere- they take charge immediately of the St Catherine Hotel the lead ing hotel of that place Mr Wm Johnson has taken charge of the Central Hotel in this city The law requires that all tax be paid by October 1st instead of December 1st as formerly Get ready and pay up thus avoiding the costs and penalties The three year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Charlie Wool died at their home on Snow Creek of spinal affection Mrs Durrett White who mov ed from this place to Winchester fall has recently movrd to Nor wood Ohio Lost Pocket Book Money perse containing betwet l 855 and too lost somewhere be tween Levee and my residence new r Spout Spring while returning from Mt Sterling Monday Finder n tnrn to this office or J T1 Wright Spout Spring Ky with all thft money and receive 810 reward 1 J T Wright Spout Spring Ky For Sale Privately Two cows two calves one lear= ling steer and one good hog I iAlletfGraveft J Farm For Sale 30 acres level land 1 mile frorrv Clay City well watered about fc acres in timtier rest well suited for corn and graps Good dwelling an outbuildings For further pai tfqtti lars call at this office 4 LostGold filled case watch on R R between depot and bridge at Clay City Finder will be handsomely rewarded if ho will return CluyCityDr Bells Pine Ta Honey For Coughs and Cold 1 Ay THE TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THDRSDAT J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Aug 18 1910 What to and What not to Print Editing a newspaper in some respects is a great deal like preaching the gospeltruth must be presented in the form of generalities or some fellow will get hit and howl Few persons like truth even the homeopathic dos es if it hits them But while preachers criticize editors for what they do say no one thinks of giving them credit for what they do not say Yet what they keep to themselves constitutes the major portion of what they know about people Very many people harbor the belief that newspapers are eager to publish derogatory things Its a mistake There isnt a newspaper that could not spring a sensation in the community at tiny time by merely telling what it knows There is not a newspaper that does not keep under the lock of secrecy scores of derogatory things which never meet the public eye or reach the public ear Deciding what Jlotto print is the most troublesome part of newspaper work The many good stories suppressed be cause of innocent relatives and for the good of the public nobody outside of a Newspaper office has any way of knowing In some instances he who flies into a pas sion because a newspaper prints something about him which he considers uncomplimentary has every reason to feel profoundly grateful to the newspaper for publishing so littie of what it knows about him And oftimes the loudest bullet is the most vulnerable tu attack A big noise is often a device employed to rover trepidation Newspapers put up with more bluffing than any other agency would endure It is not because they lack courage jit is because they are unwilling to use their power to destroy of ruin unless the interest of society imperatively demands it peo11le acceptxbildfull Best that Could have Been Made = The Democrats of the Tenth congressional district with cheer ful unanimity have nominated A Floyd Byrd for congress At this distance the nomination seems to be the best that could have been made Mr Byrd is a i lan of ability and high character He possesses all the repuisite qualifications for making a use ful Representative in Congress The Tenth district is now repre sented by John W Langley of Floyd county who is serving his second term Mr Langley is a resourceful politician but many of his Republican constituents it is said are not entirely pleased with his record in Congress With a harmonious Democracy in the district led by so excellent a candidate as Mr Bvrd there should be no cftubt of the Demo crats of the Tenth coming back into their own in November The people of Kentucky owe a debt of gratitude to A Floyd t 1 Byrd for his able energetic and fearless prosecutionof the Breath itt county feud cases At Conn monwealths Attorney of the Twentythird judicial districthe shirked no duty however dan or unpleasant He prosecuted without fear or favor and he measured up fully to every requirement of his office at a time when it was a hazardous thing to stand for law and order in Breathitt county The confidence shown in him by the Democrats of the Tenth district is amply justified and any honors that may come to him in future will be well bestowed Cburier Journal I We read terday about the Standard Oil Company paying b per cent quarterly dividends ou its Watered stock which equals 24 per cent yearly We read a few days ago of the American Tobacco Com pany paying even a larger dividend on its watered stock The people of this country have to work 12 hours a day and study and dream 12 more hours a day in order to make a decent living without any dividends at all Such unfair methods of business as this makes us a Democrat and makes us as mad as a wet hen when we think about this legalized robbery by the trusts which have never yet baen busted but nourished and petted by the Republicans to which John W Langley says Amen Senator Gore of Oklahama may be blind in the eyes jut it seems that he can see A mile further than any other member of Congress when it comes to hunting down grafters and such like Would that we only have more such blind Senators Teddy afterbeing silent since Afrjcpphuntpary has been made mad by the standpatters and has flopped over to the Insurgents Teddy is always good at performing stunts See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Vaughns Mill The Rev Robt N Bush filled the stand at the Methodist church SundayMisses Lizzie and Cora Curtis spent Sunday afternoon with Mts J G Easter at Clay City Mr and Mrs Morris Curtis visited Mr and Mrs T S Our tis and family of Snow Creek Sunday SPOUT SPRING Mrs Belle Burgher and family spent Saturday night and Sun day with relatives in Clay City Moses McKinney and Oliver and Kinney Burgher are visiting relatives at Winchester this weekMrs Pleasant Walters and two sons from Play City spent Sun day with her daughter Mrs John Neal Protracted services are in progress at Jacksons Chapel this week The Pastor Bro RobtN- v Bush is being assisted by the llev Owsle James F Clark has returned from a visit to his brother Dan Clark at Livingston Ky nndW attending the continued services at Jacksons Chapel this week kimbpell I Gus 0em bought ofuJohnHaiv risonecowfor 80 Mrs JefrMorgiriand two children yisfted Mrand Mrs Sarauel Sunday i RevS Owsley bf Middlesbor ough is Ifero assisting Rev R JN Bush in o- a revival meeting i Mr and Mrs Everett Barnett of Gibson CIty Ill are visiting Mr Barnotts parents Mr and Mrs A J Barnett Deputy Sheriff Field Elkin was here last Week and arrested Miss Edith Withers who is charged with shooting at James Clem Mr Bayard Rogers and wife of Indianapolip Ind who have been visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs Ai J Barnett re turned home hunt Saturday Isaac Dauglietee who recently returned to this state from Gal veston Texas was here last week He expects to go to the Oonfederafe home in a few days 4Mrs Joseph Tuttle Mrs Dr Winburn Miss MryTuttle and Miss Fannie Belle Winburn returned last Sunday froma tent meeting held by the comeouters at Winchester IIVirden We are needing a good rain here now I itR L Daniel attended Mt Ster litg court Monday C C Curtis Iwas at Clay City last Friday ou business Lewis MastiriMs erecting a big tobacco barn onhis farm T B Ware bought three hogs of Greely Snowden for 89 00 per head Misses Lillie and Mary Ware are vMting friendsliajil relatives in Lexington J tc E D Curtis delivered a lot of tan nark to Grant Baker at Clay City last week Mrs George Ross of Avon visited her parents Mr and Mrs Butch Williams Sunday J T Rupard of Pilot View was in this neighborhood Ibst week and bought a hog of W A Curtis for 18 00 Wm Dawson and family of Rabbittown were the pleasant guests of John Plgg and family Saturday and Sunday Murry Pace is very busy getting out a lot of tobacco barn timbers for some parties at L 4 E Junction at very fair prices T B Ware was called to Lex ington last Friday on account of the illness of bis son Charlie who is at the host ital for treatment We hope for him speedy recovery State of lLucases Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J OheneyCo doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and thatsaid firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the useof HaI1sCa- tarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence this 6th day of December 1886 WiGleasonheal Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for te8bmonil free F J Cbeney dQh Toledo0- Soldbynll TX t te 76e Take Halls Familggills for COP stipation Ii j h I cui PRICES r Hardwick and Co All summer dry goods and notions all men s and boys suits and odd pants iij summer j weight and weights good for the year around and mens and boys hats at gieatly reduced prices We are cutting the price on these lines r 20 to 35 per cant If you are lookng for bar JJgains now is the time and our store is the place x to find them We will also give you cut prices in many of our shoes in mens womens boys and girls low outs Will also give you large cut on buggies These cut prices are for cash or its eqtaiVolent which is country produce timber etc which we always take in exchange I for merchandise All goods charged of course j will have to be a price with a profit to it I arlIC 0 1 STANTON Ai USE HOPE who and LAWN MILLION Plants free No Agents H F Sons Il MA SILLS 1a 20 Gold Piece passes from one person to another it is accepted without a question as to Its value Weall know ft ill worth the amount stamped upon it Just the same with our flour Safeguarded by scientific tests for purityand strenpht it comes to you fuUof nutriment and life sustaining properties and is warranted to make light whole some bread rolls cakes eta Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky + I + 10 + + 11 I 10 Co r + of + Iof + + + Co + INSURE WITII + F A LYON Be SON + The Loading Insurance Agents t of Eastern Kentucky + Over 200000000 1RepresentediJ+ one knows anything about insurance know 1thAYae leaders in this line + + + + J 1 ++ I 4a 0 Fruit Ornamental TREES Everything for ORCHARD and GARDEN OtI Strawberry Cataloaue illrlenmeret- W I I 1 LEXINGTON ri LJIl ft t- sy A FLOUR 2 When i 7 WE BUY WOOLx x JNLDESANoEUR 1 r uiDmkn- tre fax do Wtar lei TM Ikti ttni if cna JIIMtWa laelermeoeurttnkM Jotiinilc W fer WIIaFr M is fpWrIkIlfJr lie- fstewe4 tMSANL IL mS to teas JalniUcIr Dr Belts Antiseptictalve Good for llSklnDIa i tk i r- N aJtf 4Y t i 7 i tG1 H i E L 1sE 1V 11 11u 1N fAUEPAPbR 4HUHSDj + AiigS O1j r TF r4 tJ doA f lEVITiESn y v fee arvrrsisrmentofyllnrtftvick IlIml0ompllnyh t t- w i The lust elntiuatioltfor Sthtte- 7i i Vteaoliera for tIle present year civillbe held Fridnynrid Satiiri f day 44 V MrsT J Fletcher Irs Ellen vMcKinney and George Fletcher i are visiting relatives in JJatTi rt county F tMr Geo W Anderson Jr y of Mt Sterling us visiting Her parents Mr and Mrs E N 1Vi18otla t r Jt Sutherlands Eagle EyeWve I tlr creamy snow white olntjnent up in air ticht shrew cap tubes jWill cure any cane of ore eyes ofu f vbabe Sold every where 25c W B f 1 Effrom1rL John Robinson big shows nirexiiibirin Wfncnester ttfday and as usualthere will bo many attend iroin tins county lr r 2 t t t A protracted meeting isiq progress at Powell Valley church near tnfsf city filder J v Parsons of Irvine is assisting Pastor J T TUrprrr S A dean Salve P Is desirable Dr Bella Antiseptic Salve Js a creamy snow white oint nient and guarantyforhlhskin i diseases such as ecxeina salt rheum chaps etc1J5ef r Miss Bertha Mapel has moved to Irvine this week leaving thee postoffice iQ the hands of her valuable assistant Miss Lila Johnson i Editor AYJiitebf tho Estill Herald came over Saturday from Irvjne and while in the city fav ored our office with a fraternal call whichwe highly appreci aced Df Bells PineTar Honey Is the best for coughs colds croup whoopingcough bronchitis asthma and all throatand bronchial troubles Sold every where look for the bull onthe bottle The Rev Robt N Bush of this city filled his stand at Hard wicks creek Sunday and began a protracted meeting with his I churchat Jacksons Chapel near Spout Spring Monday night A Cold Is not necessarily serious provided it is taken care of It is frcquontly the starting point of many danger ous diseases When it cornea use Dr Bells PineTar Honey Look fur the bell onthu bottle Despite the veto of the bank ex R lamination bill passed at the last session of the Legislature by Gov Wilfson bank ernmhiation will Bobn be ar u b8iJ tttd p1an- BQtDr Ben L Brunelrecrototyof Stute miscarry 4rjiBfrriii r has J ie intere8tedvtBe bankeraOPtt1e State S jn plan IlndissenUipg out con + tracts for Ihenrtp sign agreeing to voluntaryexamination i1 Ff t I Crbup t People with children ghq ldfeeep Vqttle of jpr Beljs inej arHloneyv on hand Tt all times Croup is yorlleat rtijhtwfi6nlt 4s some t t fmes hard I tpVgetf Vv physician f Jjbokfor the bell oa the bottle 43 M I t pl I tivr t on n rglU X Staggers tlePtlss v faj That n uvti niceffragrafvt cVin pUind like jJuQklenri Arnica Salye will inetHntly relieve ajjiad burn cut scald woilnd orpjles stager skeptics But grat cures prove its ft woitderlul liealer of the worst sores ulcers boils felons e zima Akin eruptions i as vulsp chapped labile spains and c feTryit 25c at SwannDay Lumber Ooe store Joe Day colored and thejMar tin negro each of wlo are nC of killing Tom Blanton at his home recently are yiit pji 20I bond It is most lik it seems that the sh of BhuiWn was altogether an ilcciClEIU llpttlie OQtI on hits had ono frightful drayiapk malaria trouble that haS brOlfght- su and death to Jhqusands The germscause chills fever and ague biliousnesss jaundice jassi tude weakness and general debility But Electric Bitters never Jail to destoy them and cure nmla lift troubles Three bottles com pletely cured me of very severe at tack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Luciitno N Ct and Ive had agdodhel1lihever sillcei ltliItYrroiibl60cv Guaranteed by SwuniiDdy Lttmber Cos stores e A Jl l1dldiHttle flrllltler this itf for sale v Apply at this oflice Secretory rtf State Bniupr line issued a condensed report of the condition of the 481 Kentucky State banks alidtrust companies Aid fo the 140 National baiib8 at 1010Tltetotalf yaokBiBivqu a8 i042052547B otnIDonel bunks 1 81112180l making a totnlof217U724i274 The Best Hourof Life is when you do some great deed or discover sone wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt of Rocky MtN C when he was euffering intensely as he says from the worst cold I ever had I then prov ed to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold aW Cough cures Dr Kings New Discovery in For after taking ono bottle I wis entire ly cured You cant anything tooguodof a medioineliko that Its the surest and best remedy for diseased lufigs Ilemocrhages La Grippe Asthma Hay Fever any Throat or Lung Trouble 50c and b1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by SwannDay LumberCos store IMr1 sriri lOOw a- e saaAI ear IraL rt- r r The jexion I1eiJ says that the attendance at tire Blue Grass FairjTJiur8day shattered air forJJ1 records in the nearlytwenty through tIio wee t While niowjng with a machine on his farrnin Clark county Joe t hurtrBisMmfrli of the r kJfe ana cutting ones i4severely Inl1 bad lv brui Iiewastaken to the lipspitfolvhere it is feared his leg will have to be amputated t IfInte nlllly Dr Bells inplIncpr s colic flul dlarrhocw cramps and all bowel complaiftW ExTEiiNALLYrures sore breasts corns bunions toothache neural igr lndall tins Sold avert where It is antiseptic SelfMtde Man There is a nionl grandeur in the thought Ul have made myself The world may wag their heads and youyiiay be denounc ed but if you pare conscious of that integrityisOf purpose which has always icharacterlzQd you and that you pow stand on an eminence placed there by ynur own rectitude of heart you have nothing to fear You had not the influence ot weotlij nor the Godspeed you of powerful friends but you hadmprea heart fixed and determined and this what has made you wjwt you are Go onaddvirtupto virtuelook steadily at the oat before you and at last your best teachers and artful companions will uc knowledge ypuY superiority and feel proud of being among the number of your friends Them n who is resolved to be some thing in the world should hive nothing to fear and when he lit tle dreams of it honors are gnU ering about his head and an in fluence goes out from him which is exerted silently but surely for the gobd of thousands We Guarantee Every Box of Dr Bells AntIseptic Salve to do what we claim Try it for ul cersboils ruinng sores tetter ringworm eczema salt rheum fever sor scutsi bruises pimples black heads chaps felons burns or any skin disease 25o a box y yZm CAPITAL STOCK alOOOOO J J SURPLUS AND I DIVIDED PROFITS 1OOOOO Tf- lWiNCIEsrERpBA r OF WINOJ1HTKn iC- Yhorse 1 1ST WiTiiBUBpoorr PUBS W H SPHAR i OASUIHK r YOUR AOOOtTNTSSOtIOITED + + f+ + + + + ++ + + + + e tl I J P11AtJ PIN i Watchmaker i- E Jeweler ie t All Kinds of Watch and Clock f Repairing on Short Notice and t Reasonable Terms SATISFACr f t VION OyARANTEED Line of Spectaclest t River Hotel Build ng iCLAY CITY KENTUCKY f t+ffco + +th Ct a 1 Hereafter any Now York gro cer or wholesaler or commission merchants who sells eggs by the dozen will bo subject to prosecu tion and on conviction to a fine of 100 for each oflence Eggs ptust now be sold by the pound in thjit city This statement is made by Commissioner Driscoll of the bureau of weights niid measures who explains that his announcement is based on a nev ordinance Afraid of Ghosts Many people are afraid of ghosts Pew people are afraid of germs Yet the ghost ii a fancy and the germ is a fact If the germ could be magnified to a size equal to ltd terrors it would appear more terrible than any firebreathing dragon Germs cant be avoided They are in the air we breuthe thewater we drink conditionofself and develop When there is a deficiency of vital force languor restlessness a sallow chcekI a hollow eye when the appetite is poor and the Struck a Rich tIne W lends of COM City Alu IS he struck a perfect mine of health in Ih lihlgtt New Lifo Pills for they cured him of Livtr and Kidney Trouble after 12 years of suffering Thp lire Ii best pilH on earth fur Contlation Mnlarin Headache Dyspepsia DebiHtj aA 25e at SwunnDiiy Lumber COin panys store o Yollcanlortilytheiystemach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition so 11 breedGoldenhabitforming drugs All its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION and with a record of 10 years of cures Accept no ubititute there is nothing II just as good tt Ask your neighbors 7 Wagon Excellence Strength durabilify compbined The Studebaker Wagon yearsIronthan fifty years of wagon makmgcxnertencc behind every wagon made by the Studebakers We many and sues Come in and get a Studebaker wagon book and let us show you how good they arc Lightest Running Wagon Made o I 11 H Prep A T1 ij fJ a I 0 IJ in lon One will start an in our J f NOT ONE I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is of the world is the one remwl that coo on wltb to cure and and nil poultry dls ease A fvw Oroia tn oDd Knnuse ASoclxrtt aiakqa iv aiD 0 medicine lru treatm t of IDa other In We sell the- Studebaker because we caifri guarantee it j Grubbs Benton Winchester Ky IlmamB tm ro COUHTNKV WIIITT Cashier i THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK tl1i CLAY CITY KBNTUKCYSC- apital Stock Paid Soooo Dollars rt Pays THREE PERCENT INTEREST time deposits jp Dollar account Savings Department IWilY START TODAY tD eSJ SAVE YOUR FOWLS remedy It recocnUwlns bo depend nbsoiuto certainty prcreut Gapes Cholera Itonp UmbernecK Diarrhoea tbodrlnulnff atuchecp9owla bcilthy ireptrOr3l Blockbccd diseases turktiK IBourbon Poultry Cure HAS NO EQUAL Mrs WVLnalstoh Iio kiatrilbKyssvs t FI Clay latll y aaytlLutrear aye been talllol1cblcken or near nil and 1Ied hundrJdl cf chiclienl Iree ape JJoubon Poultt Cue 1lbmolt tldClory remed 1 bysIinethem Boutbnn Poult Cure linol I have ever used fur Cholera and GlJC a suit cure r Cholera cud Lunbetncck M by Bourbon Remedy Co f ISaiyusA AtAlj Loading DruaalU 60o per Bottle Trial Vial Free t Sold by SwannDay Lbr Coo Hardwiek Co Clay City I Stanton I See advertisement of Hard wick and Company Nervous Headache I know from experience that Dr Miles AntiPain Pills will relieve severe cases of headache quickly MRS GEO S HENRY Sullivan Wash In many persons the least excite ment exertion or irritation causes headache cannot attend church tbeatreplaces of amuse ment travel or mingle in a crowd without suffering an attack of head The nerves of the brain are easily excited and this irritable con dition causes pain Such persons should take Dr Miles AntiPain Pills before starting out or on the first TheyinvariablyThe first pack a will bnfttl If not your dniBflMt will return your moneyrrn- RareEIetrjC SIttersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified STOMACHtrROUBLEIt over n druggists counter y 1 1 lael aer J aodIIn =sSREtRueen c JorRitalee aeJ11IInlr aANRREFERINCE bootOftWhteh ones will Dar Jtow b get a prtnn IArollnaUOnD1 303 Seventh St Washington D C eo YEARS EXPERIENCETMdcMntnrs DutGlNCoPYN8HTS c dlotloDlu7II1Ilcklr mmaDieaUonIeutctlr tgIpeddSdtIUfIC lIri 11I ero1aIIaIIoII OswlOMUNi Vital Washington Nc aJThousands of ns throughout the land and in the insurgent districts particularly are becoming impatiet at Roose velts apparent reluctance to state exactly where he stands on insurgencyThe is that Theodore Roosevelt is not quite as popular an exPresident as he wasimme diutely following his return from AfricaThis is an unbiased conviction that has been forced upon me after having travelled from Washington to the Pacific coast and back I have talked with hundreds of persons of all class es and have sojourned especially in the insurgent districts Roosevelt is not unpopular 1 do not wish to convey that im pression He still has a large followingBut of Roosevelts ad mirers seem to feel the expres ident is waiting to see which fac tion of his party is the strongest instead of making a decision on the basis of which faction is mor ally right If Roosevelt acts quickly and with clearcut candor he may prevent further inroads on his popularity If he does not so act the movement which he is given credit for having started will march on without him with LaFollette or some other genuine progressive at the head ae Word has come into the West via the Associated Press that Roosevelt will campaign for the reelection of Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts who declares the ultimate con sumerJB myth ltopsevelty admirers are gulping hard over this information They have been educated by La Follette and other genuine pro gressives to know Lodge as a tool of Aldrich and the special interestsThey have the word of no lesserauthority than Represents tive Butler Ames a Republican insurgent of Lodges own state of Massachusetts that the po litical machine iif Senator Lodge COLLEGEANNOUNCEMENTS J FOR FALL TERM OF 1910 TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER bet IN ALL DEPARTMENTS i HOEjTDAX VACATION BEGINS DECEMBER Z4fiil 4 NEW DEPARTMENT A new Department will be added to our work this year Heretofore we have not carried the Department of Physics because there was no de nand for it This Department will be opened to our students at the beginning of the Fall Term Funds have been collected for a Physical Labora tory and our instruments will be installed as they are needed Acompe 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 tuition in the Academy provided that they reside in Powell county and that after1suchination given in January and May by the County Superintendent for those f who desire to be county beneficiaries in the Academy All students rom other schools in the county may become Beneficiaries in the Academy bypassing t i either of these examinations j 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 payi 50 a month according to prospectus f OILIER REGULATIONS I All other regulations may be found in Stanton College Prospectus forj 19091910 For information address 1JNTON MOLLEGE 5TANTON Krj h I T i r a r r iris backed btll the large I cor porationsVarid is used to ad vance the selfish financial schemes of the Jarpe railroads banking and manufacturing interests he Lodge serves in the halls of CongressRoosevelts great popularity has been largely due to the be lief of tho people that he was the enemy of such corporation serv ers as Lodge Therefore all over the land the expres dents friends are Asking How can Roosevelt conscien tiously Speak for a man like Lodge when he does nothing for men like LaFolletto The mere asking of this ques tion has the tendency of Roose velt on the defensive And it is bad for any politician great or small to be on the defensive VRepublican spellbinders have intimated the Democratic party stands fur freetrade Absolute free trade is impractical with the United States Every coun try in the world including Great Britain levies some tariff and this country must always do der The Democratic position on the subject ii substantially as follow v l first Theovernment should never collect one penny more of revenue than + necessary to admin inter its affairs with rigid econ Jomy Second The lowest rate that will yield the greatest amount of revenue should be imposed Third Luxuries should al ways bear the highest revenue dutiesFourth Experience has vindicated the wisdom of ad valor em duties as4beitsg the correct practicef a Fifth Revenue duties should be laid so as tobperate with e quality throughout the union discriminating neither for tier a gainst any class or section Sixth Absolute necessities should go on the free list Seventh Thereshould beim posed a revenue duty upon prac tically all imports with certain exceptions These exceptions should be determined by tile test T Imports coming in competition with trustcontrolled products should be placed on the free list and articles of absolute necessity should be imported free of duty MR 1 Quite an important conference was held on J Pierpont Morgans yacht Oorsair off Newport It I recently f- It is understood that Morgans guests included Senator Nelson VV Aldrich pSenutor George P Wetmbre wh6li s just returned from seeing JEfKesideut Tuft at Beverly and Oharles D Nor tor the PresidentfsjiBecretary- Morgan is known to take the View that Aldrichs promised re tirement from the Senate would bea national tylandit believed he u to re consider the matter Politicians ill Rhode Island hays never believed Aldrich would retire a the end of this term us he uuiiutitieed lust spring it was nut ex that Wall street would onsent to lose its ll1 stable reprWntative in the Senate ffrj President Tart 8 e hat7 in the PayneAJailkbjU Ih essii ties wore IIYrednt the ex JrelllCewi rtfrW t IL the Republicans really favored the necessities The necessity taw sugar was taxed 65 percent while the luxury diamonds cut but not set were taxed only If per cent Such necessities ae blankets flannels womens dres goods shawls knit goods wear appareland other woolen manufactures were made to pay a tnx of from 80 to 140 per cent white the luxury automobiles were tax ed bnt 45 per cent Even the people of faraway Alaska have rebelled against stand patism James Wicl r sham insurgent Republican of Juneau has just been reelected to Congress over Edward Orr the rr11J Guggenheim candidate The hi trraftofpulpwood tq be towealtffbin a Canadian port acrpjsliake Superior comprising about 8000 cords of spruce Ashland Wis a few days ago American capital ii said to be behind the move Natural Jet There is nb on wood value of the abouf Canada for your 1trouble we are sure it you Remember that this great remedy I has of sick so not youl For headache backache periodical weakness said it the best medicine take Try Itl Soldin This n tR BELLS ANTI PAIM Fer Intarnaand tWhen you or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women dont delay take Car dui that wellknownand successful remedy for wo- menI Thousands of women have used Crduian been benefited Why ll tfyou Dont take any chances Cardui theCldreliable ofttried remedy women of ages TAKE ALr1I WeAskYau CARD01 Aye Danger aMYIt Will Help Youf 1 lira Lu nJaltorga Sneedville Kpji wrifes Per r5 I tQe turn lifer nd tried many remedies With relief T had painsall over my bodyand at times II could not sit up A t last X Cardui and now lean do my housework Ihave many Cardui and recommend it all womcnTry it A AT ALL DZU4 STORES fsU4tW L E TAME T gLE Bourld Bnutf tl1 No2I Daily P M A M 225 735 305 813 820 334 842 35n 902 3910405 916 914 922 4O 938 435 943 44795651t1 1017 605 1115 610 1120 Stations letington o mhtliter L E Junction Ii diim Fields CLAY CITY Stanton slynF Camptnn Junction Bridge Torrent Leuttyvtlle 0 do KJunctioni- ackson duty pulp The raft was 920000 in i 1 Itotako Cardui female because r I female j t bought relief to thousands other women why to pains female rriany have K to t City I External Pawn are sick Get for j l tea of took told ladies about to sick OF East + West 320 I IDallyA MI955 605 1025 912 520 94R 900 5t7r 984 8 45 4 53 920 825 t35 902 815 426t 864 809 420 848 803 414 842 7 83Q745 8 pfr1 730 341 7 013 20 754 615 22n 7i05 G1O 2 207 00 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Dully Except Sundav L do E Junction Nos 1 and 3 will connect with thO C 0 Railway for Mt StrUng Ky Campton Junction Noa 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Moiin tainCentral Railway fir passengers to and from Camptr Kv Beattyville Junction NOB 2 will connect with tttt A Railway for henttyville Ky 0 b K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with ihe uI fc K Rpi- lwayforCagnelCityKy andway stations d r NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER f RMEIIJAnENTIONIThis Manure buy without first lnVlltlntlort the merits oLthe same The exclusive features not found on other machines r Drawn with coupling pole without a dutch or I ti wheel Can be heaped 1J1loadlng I i Y thesame as a agonyur ra9teed ito PJ11 Fi UJ1anqRl f notice tho throe chances 1 nmenwagon4ienca is t most durable lightestdraftlowest dowel Ot eeUtkiMtlpri8 Vr on this market Backed by ten yearsI aitpptlentx not an ex ea Atkfosoataloguo7 THE sNkMl SID At tiAMRR CO CatrlOh 1 r i s1 IrL 1 If