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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 25, 1910. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1910 cla1910082501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, August 25, 1910. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1j I v G If z d i THE CLAYtCITY TIMESI j j IJu1f J rVoOCents a Year iirAdvanci We are here to help Clay CitSnrronnjing Country slid Ourselves I E Hurglicr Publisher I VOL Xr CLAY CITY KrvTHURSDAY AUGUST 21 J9IO NO 4 1 Farmers Institute The Powell County Farmers Institute will be in session at Stanton Wednesday August 81 and Thursday September 1st The programme will be full of interest There willbe some local speakers on hand as wellas the regular instructs Every farmer in in the county and eVe cry citizen interested in forming should attend this Institute as much voluable information will be given out- Married at Mt Sterling John W Williams and Mrs Sallie Wells of Stanton were married at the residence of John Winn in Mt Sterling Sunday morning Eld H D Clark offici ating It is the second venture of both of the parties Mr WillI tams is the wealthiest man in the connty and is a largo land o- wnSerin both Clark and Montgomery countes Killed In Breathltt John Abner a noted Breathitt county feudist was shot to death on the streets of Jackson Tues day night by unidentified assas sins Bloodhounds sent from Lexington were unable to pick Up the trail the surroundings having been trampled by many people before the dogs arrived The protracteddmeeting was not he7d a selfs Yalleyas n progress astor Turpin was siqk and could not come at this time The meeting will be held later this fall We Do Not Recommend Sutherlands Eagle Eye Save for anything but the eyes It is a speedy and harmless cure for granulated lids scrofulous sore eyes styes weak eyes and dimness of vision Sold everywhere 25e a 0 stir t When you are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready foryou The new spring Styles we are showing in mens and young mens suits will appeal toI the most critical and exacting dresser- It willpay 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 excellece of fit and finish We are showing a splendid line of Mens Spring Suits The fabrics were tested and well selected much care given to the cut ting andmakingthe fit and finish willstand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest gar ments in the State and youllagree with us once you see them A Good Officer Mr A T Pettitt is making one of the best Ulcers as Police Clay City ever had He plays no favorites every one must obey the law the same way He is brave and fearless sees that all must pay the fines imposed upon them or work them out in due time on the street True enough he has courted the displeasure of some people in town possibly but if so it has been in the per foamance of what he thought was his duty There is less Sun day drinkink in Clay City than formerly fewer minors are seen drunk and conditions where no better are more vigorously pros ecuted which means more fines for the city and in the end that they will be stopped He de serves the united support of all law abiding citizens of the town and this we believe he has Such officers as he and Police Judge Fletcher and Mayor Loving to gether withour splendid council means at the endof their term of office a completely better gov ernedcity The Rev Robert N Burl was taken sick Monday at Jacksons Chapel where he was engaged In a protracted meeting Iud had to return home leaving the meeting in charge of the Rev Owsley who woe assisting him u Jelin K Hendrickof Pndu IiItifSQt h can5 r r the Democratic- nomination for Governor of Kentucky J W Lyle found a set of low er plate false teeth in tins city Tuesday Owner can get same by calling on Mr Lyle The SwannDay Lumber Com pany store is closed up this week invoicing lJSHIMFESSELs11 Io fP I o II f- y ttATFORM Following the platform of the Mt Sterling Democratic con vention of which the Hori A Floyd Byrdathe official stand t1stict the present Republican stf te administration with the cljarof in efficiency thdextravagance 2nd kqlarge the present national S tion with being wealatdvacillating in its character Wiwith a betrayal of the ple revision iand ee f other reforms which constituted its plea for the Q t of the voters before the election 3rd1Ve for an amendment to the Constitution providing for an income taxN- Mhy flvor such an a inendmFnl tOlthe Federal Con ahtutlOnllsiIl permit United States senator to be elected by a te or the people direCt e favor retrenchment aIh reform in all nndlepnrtments of the natiotiaLgovernmentOth to a sys ternfbfjttalllF that simply robs the consigner under the form of law and wu demand a revision of the tariff laws tfy considering the rights thopeoplo rather than the behests nnhe PRIVILEGED INTERE TS o that no one can say to Any scftjqlevassdid the resident 0 approvednett signed the present law when he raid The Woelen Schedule is Indefensible 7th We insist that the Fed eral government shall act in ac cord and harinony with the polio cy of the state government in matters that are local to the state or different communities of the state and that when any district or territory in the state hits u dopted the local option law as a part of its local policy the Feder al authorities should refuse to grant a government license to any person to engage in the liquor traffic in such territory and ton gress should by law prohibit in terstate shipments of intoxicating liquors to be made into such territory8th Ye are in hearty accord with the national arousal and a wakening of the public con science and we assert that abso lute fidelity to pledges and prom ises with reference to personal matters as well as legislative and political questions is a quality that should belong to every man who seeks public office 9th We condemn despotism whenever wli rever and in whomsoever it appears and con fidently submit that no man who believes or whose political spon sors believe that Speaker Cannon is The Greatest Man in the World does not beserve to be and cannot be elected to Con gress from this district 10th We feel that justice to our state demands that Kentucky should receive her full quota of the proceeds from the sale of public domain for the purpose of educating our children We therefore pledge the nominee of this convention to the introduc tiouand advocacy of a bill in r j V f Y f Congress granting to this state her proportionate share of funds realized from the sale of public lands for educational purposes 11th On other live questions that will come before the next congress we pledge the candidate presented by this convention to stand for anil to valiantly sup port a The proposition to take the appointment to the Rules Committee and all other commit tees away from the Speaker and lodge it in the House thereby making the latter a selfgovern ingbodyb revision of the tariffon the principle that custom duties exacted by the United States should be for revenue only and not for the purpose of piling up fortunes for the great vested in terests and this revenue thus se cured should only be sufficient to administer the government in honesty and economy All arti cles which are protected by the tariff and are monopolized and controlled by the trusts should be placed on the free list- c A law providing for the valuation of the physical proper ty of railways and authorizing the InterState Commerce Com mission to regulate rates accord ing to such physical valuation d The proposition to au thorizethe InterState Commerce Commission to limit the issuance qejk2 sari railivu stogy the actual lOv stmoutmade e The retention by the Fed eral Government of the undis posed of mineral deposits and water power sites on public lands belonging to the United States to be leased and not sold there by making them a source of per petual revenue to the govern ment f On all questions the side of the rights of mankind as a gainst the side of the rights of property and we pledge that this shall be the test and guide of our candidates official con duct It is really amusing to see how many people bite at the Blood Hound fraud Capt Mulligan and his dogs of Lexington are called out every day almost but they never caught anything but the suckers who send for them Wesley Barnes and two little boys of Millers Creek are visiting Mr Barnes father A 0 Barnes near this cityIMr and Mrs W R Cassidy spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs A E Sams in Clark county Old corn is still plentiful in some parts of the countv but is sselling readily at U CO per bar rel J G Easter of Millers Creek is the guest of his brother Eld Albert Easter near this city Mrs Luther Loving has return ed from a visit to her parents at Bowling Green advertising always say what you believe if you wish people to believe what you spy See advertisement of Hardwick and CompanyI 4 Profitable Field iA Hudson who lives from town on the Louisville pike says it pays to raise wheat To a Republics nereporter ho said I had in twelve acres of wheat at my home place this year and it fattened 81 hogs for me whirh t t sold to Meyers Bros at 10 cents a pound four of which were shown at the Mercer county fair taking one blue and two red rib bons and besides these hogs it 4 fattened all the turkeys between J the Louisville and WarwickQpikes Who can beat that Harrodsburg Republican Mr Wm Johnson while driving across the Waltersville bridge Monday met Elder Albert Eater who stopped for a few re marks The mules attached to Mr Johnsons wagon got scared at something and ran into Elder Easters buggy throwing him from his vehicle and completely demolishing it but Bro Easter was uninjured What the Republicans need is harmony and they cant get it What the Democrats need is cash and they cant get enough to pay office expenses while the Republicans have trustmoney to burn 200 Republicans in Olark coun ty declare openly that they will under zip circumstances support n iltiitta tbtmebut considering numbers Estill can beat it says the Herald IA New York girl cracked hI r jaw while chewing gum the oth I day Only one voiimn out oft v ery 1245887 does that however So the gum chewing wil go right along The road to success in business is paved with good adverse ments NOTICE Dr C B Dickson Dentist wJl be at tit Red River Hotel Clry City Ky for one week beginning Friday August 27th 10 for the practice of his profession Lost Pocket Book Money verse containing betwet d Sou and NCO lost somewhere be tween Levee and my residence near Spout Spring while returning from Mt Sterling Monday Finder n tnrn to this oflice or J T Wright Spout Spring Ky with all the money and receive S10 reward J T Wright Spout Spring Ky For Sale Privately Two cows two calves one leur hng steer and one good hog Allen Gruvett Farm For Sale Ill acres level land 1 mile from Cluy City well watered about H acres in timber rest well suited for corn and grass Good dwelling arid outbuildings For further pal titI lars call at this office Lost Gold filled case watch on 4 R R between depot and bridge it i Clay City Finder will be hand somely rewarded if he will return CayCityDr Bells PineTarHoney For Coughs and Colds JtjJ f 1 t 4- X r n t- U 1 i j It i 4 r cu n THE TIMES rUBLISHKD EVERY TUDRSDAT J n1 Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents per year in ad- vanceIt otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter p Thursday Aug 25 1910 Passing of Bryan It now looks as if Mr Bryan had 4 been eliminated from the leadership of the National Democracy When a mans party in his own state turns him down it generally means the end of his national lead ership The recent Democratic State Convention in Nebraska threw Bryan entirely outside of the breastworks because of his prohibition views and we like him only the better for that While Mr Bryan has not been able to elect himself to any office for a great many years he has nevertheless made an im pression on the pages of history He has forced the ar ty to more Democratic principles and has compelled them to lead a better apd somewhat less unholy life He has been the leading in strument in bringing snout the nom ination of Senators by the people in many states The income tax law the regulation of railroads and mgr ny other reform measures were championed by him andadoptedby the Republican party later It is a fact that Bryan had with in his grasp the Presidential ofllce in 1890 For one full hour that great opportunity stood knockingat his doir but haIaiUdvta graspi it WWIihCW9Ivention prpceeqed to noninae v a VicePresidentand oh the fourth ballot John K McLean of the Cin cinnati Enquirer was within a few votes of the Vice4residentialnom ination If Mr Bryiin had permitted the nomination of McLean who was worth 50000000 00at tljat tilde it is said McLean would freely have given 2000000 00 of his own money and would have raised one to two million more this would have carried Bryan into the White House on high tide The lack of which defeated him At the com mencement of the 5th ballot of the Democratic convention Bryan gave it out that he would not accept Mc Lean as a running mate and that settled it when Sewall of Maine twos nominated who was a mill stone on the Democratic ticket andj while also a millionare he was a tight wad too thus sacrificing an opportunity of great importance too the Democratic part- Promisory I Johnii If some of the tales told in the meeting of the Tenth District iDemocrats are true the present Representative has seen the Ohi t cago platform tariff plank and pone it two or three better A Government turnpike from Mt Sterling to the Virginia line a pension toall Confederate sol diers an increase to 1 a day in nIl Federal pensions money in lieu of the public lands not al lotted to them for all mountains with Indian blood in their veins and the repeal of the Ken f tucky dog tax law by congression al enactment are cited as in stances of Mr Langleys intend j ed beneficences to his constitu entsThe mere recital of them is to pay tribute to a more than gen erous nature To say that Mr 1 Langley is the most politician in KentuckypromisingI do him justice To AN k he will be one of the most finish ed politicians in Kentucky on the 9th of next November calls for no gift of augury The present is uu off year for practice of the Republican artof fooling all the people all of the time as Uncle Joe Cannon can bear witness But for all that wed like to see Mr Langley taken care of A gen tleman of his ability would make an excellent keeper of the records of the Ananias Club Louisville Times Another Trust Formed Twentytwo cotton manufac turing companies have turned themselvos into a trust known as the International Cotton Mills Corporation and capitalized at 20000000 These companies at present manufacture three thousand varieties of fabric employ ten thousand operators and own ten thousand acres of land Their annualsales are estimatedat 18000000 As if to forestall criticism the new president an nouncesthat the twenty two com paniei have not been in competi tion Time and politics will probably determine whether this is to be a good trust or a had one Following close on the an nouncement of the formation of the cotton trust comes word of a bakers trust the new Federal Biscuit Company a 80000000 affair From the newspapers we learn that tit is unofficially an nounced that the new company was formed to create a virtual monopoly of the baking business of the United States without rendering the promoters liable to the Sherman Antitrust act This sounds like an interesting eraferitnent j Cia ttezPtafferns On the first page today we publish the platform adopted by tike pemocrats at the Congres sional convention at Mt Sterling upon winch the Hon A Floyd Byrd will make the race for Con gross and upon which the Times believes h9wjHbe elected Head this platform and see if you can find anything wrong with it see if you can find a single plank in it that is not worthy the endorsement of every moral citizen in the district If you find it so and you believe as you must be lieve that Mr Byrd will carry out this platform with his sup port in Congress if elected then why not give him your vote in November Compare this platform with the one adopted by the Republicans in convention upon which Langley stands andsee which in your honest judgment is catering to the best interests of the ma jority of the people You are bound to decide in favor of Byrd Then lay asideaH prejudice and vote for the man that stands for your best interests instead of the interests of the moneyed kings as does John W Langley Vote for Byrd Last year Senator Gore the blind statesman of Oklahoma blocked an attempt to buy 160 000000 of worth of Indian min oral land for 80000000 of which 8000000 were to go as attorneys ices by stating in the open Senate that he had been approached with a bribe Re cently beforethe special House Investigating Committee head ded that Jacob L Hamon who he says acted as intermediary informed him that Vicepresi dent Sherman was interested in the proposition and explained the Vice PresidentB I interest by adding this is lots of money you see Two ofSenator Gores clerks confirmedtparts of his tes- timonyrand Q ssman Orea ger testified that he too was off ered an interest It will be interesting iosee whether the Senate will not permit its own Investigating Committee to proceed in the matter The postm iif hip at Rice Station is furnishing some a musement just nbw and bids fair to work to the disadvantage of Langleys cause The applicants for the office which is vacant by reason of the death of W L Rice are being indorsed by the Republican Conuty Committee and the Regulars ahd the Insurgent wing respectively so to speak Langley has prom ised his indorsement to both sides it seems and either way the cat jumps it looks like the promising Langley will got scratched Es till Herald ijf ThePayneAldrichlaw is not bringing in sufficient revenue to run the government reports from the Republican press bureaus to the contrary notwithstanding The tariff law tio corporation tax internal revenue receipts and all other sources of revenue combined failed by 810097015 of producing sufficient funds to run the government during the first 17 days of A ust Mr Roosevelt it is said has received 2034 invitations to speak between this time and No vember 1st Mr Roosevelt is perheps the only living Ameri can who could rriake that many speeches An exclianse ys Mr1Ro evelt intends ajt amore prominent part itipoliticsr He cannot do that very well unless he undertakes tobo an entire show The WatersPierce Oil Come pany has paid a fine of 75000 to the State of Oklahoma The companys lawyer mustba apbor technicality hunter In France the telephone girls say I listen Jn thiscountry they are not quite dd frank a bout it oSee advertiseept of Hardwick and Company i A splendid little farm near this city for sale Apply at tills office Members of the New York Herald and Portland Oregonian party which attempted the as cent of Alt McKinley reached Seattle Wash and said that as far as they had gone they had found the records and pictureslof Dr Cook fully borne out State ol Ohio Cityof ToledosLucas y Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner oft the firm of F J Cheney Co dding business in the City of Toledo County and State ufore aid antf that said firm will pay the sum t- One Hundred Dollars for each and every cah Catarrh that cannot be cqred by + the use of Halls Ca + tarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to beforame and subscribed in niy presence this 6th day of December 83 GleasonSeal Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally J and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testiwonials fiee F J Cheney tco Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 76c Take Halls FamiljrPills for constipation F 7 I B ti If tI il j 1f I CUT PRICES 1c tI J I I Hardwick and Co 2 All summer dry goods and notions all mens and boys suits and odd pants in summer r Weight and weights good for the year around M and mens and boys hats at greatly reduced prices We are outting the price on these lines if20 to 35 per cent If you are looking gains now is the time and our store is forbarIto find them We will also give you in many of our shoes in mens womens boys and girls low cuts Will also give you large cut on buggies Thes Bout prices are for cash or its equivolentwhich 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 K r 7 HardickCoSTANTON J tf It lii t- t TISE HOPE atad ram i iDjL ONi 1 MILLS oU T f When a 20 Gold Piece passes from one person to another I it is accepted without question as to its value We all know it is worth the amount stomped upon it Just the same our flour by scientific testsfor purity strenght1 Itvcpmes tto you nutriment and properties and is warranted to make light whole a some bread rolls cakes etdt Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky JII I u + Jo ++ + +if+ + tIt n Jo + 4 + I w + INSURE WITH t- i lM LYON SON + f t ltt The Ic Insurance Agents t w J ii iIo t i I ry vf 114 Over 200000000 iI M j I t 4 0 Represented 0 t1ij troi t Everyroibwhoknoweanythingabout insurance know t ifithey ate leaders hfths line o tI111 + ++ + e t+ + + + + + + u W fruit titl1 JREE EEe 161- pQRCNARQ fT 6 L4WJY wP AGDEN t fSILLOftiSrraWherry I JNaats- r I rerCetalogEv t Ndagefts V atIienmycrSOhS LEXINGTONs 1Y r If 1 a I with Safeguarded arid fullof i r If lifesustaining l t tWE BU- YWOOL 7t + HIDE5ANOFUR W JllcdiDUIue Irfttc far TH tin etcohxcomiufese wrciMb A ItteMc Ja lIync We ftriUV 1- WMlL I I FreetgnorohilpeteWritdxprsslift 50N31r I 1l9AEa lst f i Dr eWsAntis ptioSfI f J Good for all Skin Diseases t 1 f1 tf A S 1 +tJ 1l 0 1 4 i t- w 1 rt j 3 iIt f r r al tayaasOraawra tHE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE 1APjiIR r fI THURSDAY Aug2G1010 Tq a LOCAIJBREVITIES See advertisement ofHanlwiek and Company a Asa Pettitt of the Southwest y is visiting friends io thecity antI I county f Jonas Burton of t Lawrence county is visiting relatives in w the county Mrs Airvis HackwoHh of Lox visited relatives in the city Sundayttnd Monday CityIWinchester retusned home Tues day after several days visit with friends in this city MM Rachel Barrow and Mrs Asa Barrow of liedjjes Station were guests of their cousins T J Fletcher and family last week Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Is a creamy snow white ointment put up in air tieht screw cap tubes Will cure any case ofsorp eyes of a babe Sold everywhere 25c Good rains have fallen the past week and grass is looking better 4Corn and tobaccowill also DO great ly ben fitted by tho timely rains r Mr and pits I tJ Jacksorj of JpiarrQdsbu g art visiting Mr Jacksons parents Mr and Mrs- W L Jackson at Vaughns Mill 1 l A Clean Salve AntiseiittcsS r6iii SbOW wliitcf alitandd guaranteed for all skin diseases such as eczema salt rheum chap eto JJ5c t Mr and Mrs Ohasf Rupard of Pilot View came up Saturday to spend a few days visiting Mrs Rupards parents Mr and Mrs I WL Jackson on Hardwicks creek 0 J Williams has severed his connection with the Standard Spoke Company and will move to Okla homo Mrs Williams has already gone there where she has both a sister and brother living jDr Bells PineTarHoney- Is the best for coughs colds croup whooping cough bronchitis asthma and all throatand bronchial troubles Sold everywhere 109k for the bell on the bottle Mrs Russell the Stanton College has returned from a visit to Niagara Falla and stopped over in Clay City for a few days visit to friends A Cold Is not necessarily serious provided it is taken care of It is frequently the starting point of many danger ous diseases When it comes use Dr Bells PineTar Honey Look for thebell on the bottle iSanford Battershal pf Mon e tans is visiting relatives in this ountynear Westjiend Mr fiftyifitttats since he t P 1 4 Crppp z PeAglawith children should keep a t ottJoofn Dr DeWs rPineTaT Honey tin hand 4ail titesOroupis worse at r whpiy iome pbyslolanLook tIliIrl t r Lllft n I oir 1 rraiwarMr and Mrs Geo W Bush vise ited relatives at Levee Sunday Dr and Mrs Alfonso Aratus of Cincinnati Ohio uru spending their annual vacationjn Clay Cry Staggers Skeptics That aden nice fragrant corn pound like Bucklens Arnica Salve will instantly relieve a had bUrn eirt RCaTdw6ilnd6P piles staggers skeptics But great cures prove its a wonderful healer of the worst sore ulcers bbils fejpn8 eczema skin eruptions as also chapped Hands epainsand corns Try it 2tfc at Swann Pay Lumber Cos store Dire Minnie Spry of Watseka ill arrived Tuesday to visit rein tives in this county Alre Spry was formerly Miss Smothers and la a sister to J M Fred and Luther t Smethera of this county Life on Panama Canal has had one frightful drawback malaria troublethat has brought suffering and death to thousands This germs cause chills fever and ague biliousnesHS jaundice lassi tude weakness and general debili tyBut Electric Bitters never fail to destoy them and cure mala ria troubles Three bottles completely cured me of very severe at tack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Lucarna N Cand Pve had a good honlth ever since Cure Stomach Liver nod Kuliiey Troubles and prevent Typhoid 60c Guaranteed by Swunu Day Lumber Los store Edith thtf little daughter of Mr and Mrs Aquilla Snowden died Sunday August it the home of its parentTin Gibson City Ill Mr and Mrs Snowden moved to Illi nois from this county about one year ago and they have here many friends who sym athize with them iatheir bereavement The Best Hour of Life is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful tact This bout came to j R Pitt of Rocky Mt N O when he was suffering intensely as he says from the worst cold I ever had 1 then proved to great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery is Forvaf ter taking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say anything too good of a medicine like that Its the surest and best remedy for diseased lungs Hemorrhages La Grippe Asthma Hay Fever any Throat or Lung Trouble 50c and 1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Coa store REVOLVING STADH4hwaT Ia DE KAtJLLIWSAScriYMO I tiM E PULTATPENCE VerpCtrNMii1 aploW foe uo4 ftoaPII Wi testa w fGr pt u iiDe i EaRo aXU olq l- w17lj 0of o 7o AI c c 1Iw w t M q Burgher Roberts Mr Asa Burgher and Miss Ada Roberts both of this city were married in Lexington Friday August 10 Botli tho contract ing parties aroweljsknown young people nod hayethe best wishes of a Inrge circle of friends in cltl8int thfi Timpe ri J Returns fromlndiana Mrs Hamtnons slIwho has been visiting her daughter Mrs Nan nio lV avert ofl IJanvers Indi ana has returned home Mrs Weaver accompanied her mother to Clay vher she will visit her sister MrsL P Johnson Mrs JohnsopfsiephewSidney- Shearer is aisQKer guest i Internally- Dr Bells Antipain cures colic flul diarrhoeaj cramps and all bowel complai ts- EXTEItNALLYCor s sore breasts cornS bunions toothache neural igr andall pains Sold avery where It islantitfeptic Tho Heratd Sold The Efltil County Herald hue been sold by its founder J R White to the new stock company recently organized at Irvine and the publication pt this paper will be continued by them but us a Re publican aliett instead of Demo cratioas formerly Mr White has made a suE ess 6f the Herald and Iif the new owners succeed in hold Ing up the papertfor HS long ape riod of time air bis Mr White they will have done well W6 Guarantee Every Box of Dr Belts AntIseptic Salve to do what we claiui Try it for ul cers boils ruinng sores tetter ringworm eczema salt rheum fever sores cute bruises pimples black heads chaps felons burns or any skin diseAfie 25o a box Resolutions of Sympathy We the tneni5trlf of the Red River Lodee No 70 K of Pwish to extend to our brother Sam Rin no our deepest sympathy who has BO recently been bereaved by the death of his devoted wife and do commend him and his little chil dren to the loving care and pro tection of our Heavenly Father who doeth all thingwen R A Irvin Sidney Easter J T NewkirkCommittee w JW yyV yy 1yz 71CAPITAL STOCK SURPLUS a u DIVIDlib PROFITS 100000 TUE WINCHESTER BANKe or WIN UiTBU KY- NUorxywITnsnsPOONPrase t W B SPHAK OASIIIER J YOUR AOOOUNTS SOLICITED SAiS G JPnAUPPIN 1 1 Watchmaker iaj j Jeweler All Kinds of Watch and Clock 20 I oa Short Notice and- SATISFAC ReasonsbleTerins1ION Line of i If Jew lrySpectacles t Call and see me In the Red i- iRlver Hotel Building i r CITY rK NTU KVj i + + ++ ++ + + t + t r I I r Smoky Weather I The smoky elements that have prevailed this week has been un doubtedly caused by the heitvy fires in the Northwest where the loss of many lives from the fires been in many instances nar rowly averted It is Raid thut il goose drinks water 100 times a day Some geese dont drink water at all Afraid of Ghosts peoplearemagnifiedtoterrible than any firebreathing dragon Germs cant be avoided They are in the air we breathe the water we drink conditionofself and develop When there is a deficiency of vital force languor restlessness a sallow cheek a hollow eye when the appetite is poor and the a Rich Mine- S W Bends of Coal City says he struck a perfect mine of henlth in Dr King 8New Pills they him of Liver Kidnev Trouble after 12 of suffering The the best on earth for Constipation Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Debility 2 9ut SwannDay Lumber Com canfortifyen Medical Discovery It increases the vital power cleanses the system of clogging impurities enriches the blood puts the stom ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition so breedtorhabitforxNoyNCOMPOSITIONsubstitute there is nothing just as Ask your neighbors Wagon Excellence Strength durability safetyand utility are com m TheSludebaker Wagon yearsIronmadobyget a Studebaker wagon book and let us show you bow good they are Lightest Running Wagon Made We sell the Studebakerbecause can guarantee it Grubbs Benton Wincheei KItI M H CoURTNKir Pres T Wmrr Cash- ierTtw tr l I CITY NATIONAL BANK1s iCLAY CITY N J Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars 14 tPays THREE PERCENT INTEREST on time deposits I Ope Dollar will start an account in ur Sayings Department W WHY NOT START ONE TODAYjttiw t lD 1i iMIlt lliU jg v SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Boartoa Poultry Cure Is reoognlzed as the standard poultry remedy of the world It Is the one remedy that can bo depended on wIth absolute certainty to cure and present Gapes Cholera Roup Lltabernec Dlarrboea and ill t loultry diseases A tea droys la the drlnttlajf rrutcr C4jttiy and freo from dJeIe ABtcbottloiaakealJrolloii lIdue lor the treaimct cf Dlackbewl and otliir dlucuscs iu s Bourbon Pou try Cure Ii IAS No ia2 AL VW klaniIIrKysays I I IM been tahirfchickens lillr yeata and- I Poullnr Cut lube most tatiilactpry lemedy ever ned for t bolera aid Capes Struck Ala fyfp for cured and yoaifi are pills panys store good reafII IIIlIIuJacrvRd Bourbon Remedy CoIncorporsredOD1rbT u S A i At All Lvadlnrj Druofll t BOo par Bottle Trial Vial Fri i I Sol by SwannDay Lbr Co Hardwick Co I Clay City Stanton r I1 4 fp ei f i if i 1 it i t i R Ii t j t See Advertisement of Hani wick and Company Nervous Prostration I had a general breakdown A gentleman advised Dr Miles Nerv i isle and I noted an improvement after a few doses and two bottles gave me entire relief WM R BURKHARDT 409 nawllng St Washington C II O When the nervous system is weak ened one after another of the organs which they control become inactive and a general breakdown eventually follows It may be either the stom ach heart lungs or kidneys that is first affectedDr Miles Nervine makes weak nerves strong by its soothing and strengthening influence upon the nervous svstem The first bottle will benefit If not the ttitioalat will return your money Electric Bitters I Succeed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they ore the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ft Is tho best medicine ever cold over a druggists counter tsRaevr frf t IETRADIMARKSAor for I praetloe i Sends cents In stamps for Inralnabl book PATENTSlyhleh j F o EL patent SWIFTC01i JaDgSeyenth St Washington B C jj6O YE iT TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AcAnyone sending a md gelotllascertainour opinion free Communlca whether aa Clone strictly eontldentlal AN8e50Kon Patents patontsFatentitftriat notice without charge In the Scientific flmericam twndiomelr Ulnitrated weeklr rreot dr eolation of any clentinc Journal Terms W ayear I tour mouths 1 Sold by all newsdealer YorkEnoch Vital Washington News The American people will recall that Senator Henry Oabot Lodges price investigating com mittee found that no part of the 58 per cent increase in the cost of living in this conutry in the last 10 years was due to the tar ill Political economists all o ver the land were sorely puzzled at the report The phenomenon can now be explained The report of the minority of the committee re cently published shows that the Republicans made no serious at tempt to ascertain whether the tariff was responsible or not Listen to this extract from the minority report In examining the witnesses we tile committee scarcely touched upon the territory of the highly protected commodities Lodge who helped frame the PayneAldrich bill and takes the position that the ultimate con sumer is a myth saw to it that the investigations were confined almost exclusively to foodstuffs and cotton and to the produc tion distribution and cost to the consumer of wheat corn beef mutton and hogproducts of which commodities the United States produces a large per cent of the worlds production and which we export in enormous quantities As to these articles it may be supposed that when freed from the influence of trusts tied monopolies the tariff should not cut a large figure except that it increases the cost of their pro duction Do you see tire point Mr Consumer Lodge had been as- efgredbX igejmtor tlldricht I make a report obviously for campaign purposes which would absolve the tariff from all blame in connection with the awful in crease in the cost of living under our system of excessive protec tion Lodge evidently concluded that the safest way to accompljeh this endiwould be to avoid asking any questions of witnesses con cerning the advances in the pric es of highly protected articles such as the products of the sugar trust the steel trust the harvest or trust and the lumber trust rIf STANTON COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER Bill IN ALL DEPARTMENTS HOLIDAY VACATION BEGINS DEOEMBEK 24THIIt I e NEW DEPARTMEN- TAA Department will bedded to our work this year Heretofore we have not carried the Department of Physics because there was no de mand for it This Department will be opened to our students at the begin ning cf the Fall Term Funds have been collected for a Physical Labora tory and our instruments 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 paid at the time of entrance But hereafter r such students 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 1Studentsresiding 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 address STANTON COLLEGE STANTON KX tarr t r oL t all of which contribute heavily to the Republican campaign fund The Lodge report gave fifteen reasons for increased prices and found thnt the tariff wnsno material foctor This report is being used UJ the then who voted for the Payne Aldrich hill in the hope it willprevent them from from being retired to private life Senators Johnson of Alabama Clarke of Arkansas and Smith of South OaroHiilithe minority members of theLodge commit tee find that the three substan tial causes for increased prices are 1 o Tanfft2 Trusts combines and monopolies 8 Increased toneytmpply Owing to thettactics of the Re publicans in avoiding highly pro tected articles the minority members found themselves vvithmit sufficient data to uppor lion the degree of responsibility between these three causes but state that the two first are the clieif malefactors we have no doubt and they are of our own creation or permission Taft will no loiter cooperate with Aldrich arid Cannon and forcedoutoThis is the gist of statements carried by the Associated Press and odviously inspired by Republican managers The informa tion may be accepted as little more than a ruse The Republi can cumpaign managers played the same triclv tin the public in the last Presidential eletttfon- Tlio rumor t+ I1S squiefjv started that candidate Taft was hostile to Speaker Cuinoii The inference was strong that Tuft would be against Cannon as speaker This false rumor unmistakably helped Taft iu some insurgent districtsImmediately after Taft was inaugurated ail attempt was made a9speulterThe surgents would have accomplished this end had not President Tuft used all of tlio resources at his command to perpetuate Can non us speaker f Taft is not likely to try to read Aldrichand Cannon Out of the Republican party because Al drich and Cannon aria the spe cial interests they represent will not permit the President to have u renomi nation iif he tries it Mr Taft knows which side his political bread isibuttered on- Puthermore 1 there is uo reason for discord TaftAldrich and Cannon and Buliiuger too are all working totihe same end Tileir views on big queatipus are harmonious It was only recently that Taft eulogized Aldrioh to the skies and referred tuiUucle Joe us being iu the Abraham Lincoln class of statesman Taft Aldrich ud Cannon und particularly Taland Aldrich can have no break They must sink or swim together a Roosevelt willindorse Taft or the Puyue Aldrich law iu the opinion of tho I ritor There has been no dOll t inmy mind on this point since March 4th 1000 and I have repeatedly expressed the view in Mir ee disputcbea But though T t willnot in- dorse Twtt he liNs promised to indorse Senator Heiiry Cabot s Lodge of MaFlslch ti wile is notorious us u tofl ofAtdrichand 1 iY special sOqat representative otv the tariff trusts railroads and other New England corporate interests To indorse Lodge is as bad as to indorse the Taft admin istrationBut do not expect to hear of 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23 430 038- 43G t791017 1115 610 1120 Stations lexingloniVinchenter L R Junction Fields OLAY CITY StiititonRo Filson Cumpton Jnnctlon Natural Bridge TorrentBeattyville Jet Ie Junction Jackson advantage stand organization Ask You Cardul female has thousands headache backache female medicine Sold City this I No1I NO3I NO5IA M P M A M 055 605 1025 012 520 946 900 607 fl34 8411 4fi3I 920 825 902 815 420 854 8Q9 4208488i03 414 842 748 357 828 745 355 26 730 341 815 707 320 754 015 225 7115- ti 10 220 7101 1The Following CONNECTIONS are wade Doily Except Sunday L E Junction Nos 1 and 3 will connect with tbr C de 0 Rail way fpr Mt Sterling Ky- Campion junction Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Moun tain Central B ilw y for passengers to and from Carnptri Kv Beattyvjlle Junction Nos 2 will connect with the L fcA Railway for Bentty ville Ky 0 Q K function Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the O Kr Rail way for Cannel City Ky andwaystationstr NEWIDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION I i I This 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