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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 1, 1910. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1910 cla1910090101 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, September 1, 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. 1 N m c Z e t n J K- lW J oJIII L t J Itet t 0 1 Il i q- IlIfo I h FJ G 1 I vv r i e litt i 0 t 1f I THEi Y 10 11 1 cLAY 1 t CITY TIMES l f t f 50 Cents a Year in Advance Wi are here to help Clpy City he Surrounding Country and Ourselves J E Burgher Publisher orr VOL XV CLAY CITY KY TgURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 J9IO NO 3h Notice To Subscribers Owing to slack advertising in the columns of the Times and a shortage in our job rooms coup led with an increase of every i tem that goes into the makeup r of this paper together with a similar increase in every article that is used by the editors fam ilyin the h6me the publisher finds a potent problem facing him More revenue must be ob par terwatting and hustling to keep up the business to a paying basis we have failed While the cir culation of the Times is steadily increasing as we said above our advertising and job work has been on the wane for several months There seems to be but one alternative and that is to raise the subscription price from 50 cents per year to 100 per year So after October 1st the subscription price of the Times will be 100 per year We se riously regret that it is necessary for us to make this advance but itis inevitable Up until Oct 1st we will ac 1 ceptt Bubscriptions at the old ratesol 50 cents per year and will accept them up to three years in advance at this rate We do i this inorderto laisothe negesf- t I f If t l and at the same time t6 give our paying subscribers an opportunity to get the old rate asa regard for their continued support in the past Before this date we should receive po less than 800 new subscribers at the oldrate of 50 centsOf course all wu have paid in advance forth fr paper at 50 cents will receive it for thjtime paid for at this rate but after such time paid for in advance expires they will be tr When you are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready forjyou The spring styles we are showing in newI and young mens suits will the mot 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 excellece of fit and finish We are showing a splendid line oil Mens Spring Suits fThefabrics were tested and well selected much care given to the cut ting and making the fit and finish willstand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest gar ments in the State and youll agree with us once you see themI charged at the 100 per year rate If your time is up and you dont wish to pay in advance and get the paper at 50 cents for one two or three years and dont want to pay 1 00 per year for it on one years credit drop in and tell us or write us to tliie ef ect so we can stop the paper and leave friendly relations existing between USBS we dont want any misunderstandings- We have been publishing the Times now for nearly fiften years and for the past nearly nine years have not missed a single issue rof the paper not e ven taking a day off for holiday or any other purpose and we think this is enough to merit sufficient confidence on the part of our subscribers to pay in ad vance and get the paper at 50 cents So send in for renewal at once as after Oct 1st the price will be 100 if paid in advance or otherwise This rule is imperative and will be strictly complied with to all our subscrib ers alike Word comes from Shelby ville that Uncle Tom Troy former ly of this city who hue for the past twelve months been an in mate of the Old Masons Home at Shblbyville has improved greatly in health and has left the Eomeand gone to work for Qty Shelbyville wlierebels making good despite his age Miss Victoria B Rudd one of the Matrons at the Orphanage will leave in a few days for her home at Greenwood S 0 where she will teach school this fall Monday September 5th will be Labor Day a legal holiday in this State The public schools will close and other officials may observe it I 1- 3HIMFESSELS I a r- rr s Vital Woe lngton News President Taft in advising Re publican candidates for Congress to promisl re people further- tarIff revision chedule by sched ale the basiof the revision to be a ualizatlohof the labor cost of production home and abroad plus a reasonable for American manufacturers Theplatforrjjf on which Mr Taft was elected j is recrlled also promised to equalize the differ ence in thOTcost of production at home andahroad plus the reasonable profits Before considering new prom ises manyv rs will ask Was the first ise Let us see Takingwbolens to begin with President Taft himself ad mits failure What abocotton l Was the cotton ache pie revised on the basis of equaliWtiont fwtho dif ference in the cost of production at home ant broadV- xl V The labortbst in 4he produc tion of mun fctur in the United states is 26 per cent From ropoiof Oairroll D ed States Com missioner JcTfl Labor Volume 10 Qalltin I1t foreign goods have nq4il0r 08t whatever 20 r n tlleretore have eerCthm3 fuiu ui avetagera requirjedyjto tialize the labor cost of production at home and abroad If thelabor cost abroad is onehalf the labor cost at home the rate of tariff required to pre vent the foreign manufacturer from having the advantage of cheaper labor would be 20 per cant the American cost less 13 per cent the European cost or 13 per cent Instead of an e qualizing duty of any sort the Aldrich crowd protected cotton manufactures with a duty of 85 percent on handkerchiefs to 74 per cent on cotton cloths The following table complied for the writer by Prof Josirh H Shinn from the Special Census Reports for Manufactures 1007 shows in a striking manner the failure of the Republicans to revise the tariff on a basis of e qualization at home auda broadArticles Labor cost j Tariff rate percent percent Ammunition 20 57 Automobiles 23 45 Ruober boots 12 30 Carpets j 22 50 to 75 Chemicals 14 35 to241 Mens j 16 37to134 Womens clothing 26 35 to 165 Coffinsr 20 35 to 60 Gloves L 21 57 Wool hats f 25 25 to 86 Stockings 23 3C to 70 Paints 73 25 to 83 Salt bulk 21 90 Soap and candles 7 18 to 84 Stationery 7 16 25tol38 Structural iron 21 6- 1Vomensdressgoods14 70to155 Blankets 14 71 to 105 Promise of tariff revision on the baste of equalization of cost of production at home and a broad plus atreasonable profit was equal to a of a big revision downward I hislsignaturerevised the existing tariff up ward on an average of approxi mately 171 per cent Because of the failure of the President to make his promise good 00000 000 people are forced to stand a further increase in the cost of living The TaftRooseveltSherman side show in New York has tak en on a resemblance to a three shell game Just at the mo ment the public thinks it under stonds the situation and begins to feel sure that Roosevelt will indorse Taft or that he will refuse to endorse him the men managing the show bring forth a new interview which as much as says to the public u You see you were wrong again j the pea wasnt under that shell at all Guess again I The question has been raised in some quarters as to whether the Republican campaign man agers are not endeavoring to di vert attention from the more im portant issues of the cam paignThe real issue it is being pointed out is not whether Roos evelt is or is not with Taft Far more important are the answers to the following 1 Why did PresidentTaftc- ocmpKritidi1BIdriillt + aj Lodge Guggenheim and other senators representing the special interests and refuse time counsel of men like LaFollette and Olapp 2 Why did Mr Taft contin ue to eulogize Ballinger after he had been exposed and dis credited in testimony taken by a committee of the Senate 8 Why did Mr Taft interfere to prevent Speaker Cannon from being dethroned 4 Why did Mr Taft as can didate promise tariff revision downward and as President sign a bill revising the tariff up ward 5 Why is the President seeking so industriously to bring a bout the defeat of LaFolIette Is it because LaFolIette sought to regulate the railroads or be cause he favored real downward revision In 1000 the American consum er of sugar paid more than 2 cents a pound in excess of the price paid by the London con sumer If the tariff was not to blame for the difference in price will some Republican speaker or newspaper explain the cause Query No2 If the American consumer does not pay the tariff on sugar when he buys it at the grocery who does pay itaud where is it paid Query No3 If the tariff on sugar is paid by the consumer is it not reasonable to presume that the amount of tartff on blankets woolens hardware farm machinery and other protected actioles is also paid by the consumer s The PayneAldrich law is fail ing to produce sufficient avenue to meet the expenses of the government During the first twentythree days of August the expenditures exceeded the receipts by 525617008 This is according to Ute statement issued by the United States Treasurer at the close of business August 23 In other words the declara tion of the Republican leaders that the new tariff law is pro ducing sufficient revenue to run the government is entirely unfounded What Constitutes a Subscriber A court decision has lately been rendered in Massachusetts on what constitutes a subscriber The judge held that the man who received the paper although he never subscriber must pay for it It appears that James Thomp son moved and William Robin son took immediate possession of his residence receiving and accepting a weekly newspaper that was delivered to him through the mails every week The goodnatured editor sent acocunts frequently but no attention was paid to them by Mr Robinson Finally after Robinson had re ceived the paper for some time he informed the collector that lie never subscribed and declined to pay for it The case was taken to court and the judge questioned the defendant who said that he had read and made use of the paper and was receiving the bills which were frequently inclosed in it Judgment was rendered oJ8 Wnewser The court he d 11 t i asueuu y of the defendant to notify the publisher if he did not wish the paper and to pay for the issues he received Word has been received by friendshere announcing the death of Herbert the little son of Dr and Mrs B R Smith formerly of this city but now of Conners ville Ind The numerous friends of Dr and Mrs Smith extend their sympathetic hands in their sad bereavement Elder Albert Easter preached two splendid sermons at the Christian church Sunday morn ing and evening in the absenco of the pastor Elder Z Ball who is engaged elsewhere in protracted services After OctoberlestTimes 81 00 per year Renew before thut date and save money Money Found Pocketbook containing money and check found Tuesday in the road on top of Old Furnace moun tain Owner ctn get same by satisfactory evidence of owner ship and paying for this no tice A C Estes- Waltersville Ky The City Council will meet in regular session Friday night Born Tuesday night to Mr and Mrs Pat Smith twin boys Merchants Praise Dr Bells PineTirHoney J W D cDaniel Etberton Ills says There is no medicine which equals it for coughs colds Grippe asthma and Bronchitis Look for the Bell on the Bottle See advertisement of Hardwiok and Company Dr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs and Colds I TFrEJIMFSPUDL1911ED J p Burgher Publisher Snbscripti mRates SO Cenls per year in ah yanceotherwise J5 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept a 1910 C The farmer Jets Even 1 A recentlywent- h to buy ofwngof land nowiggnmat- hine ffflni adealer in a r townflu f there the special representajVij of International HarvegternC9mpany whp make both waiop8T and mowing mti rhines besideS many other pea of farm machinery The farmer complaineoHhat the Irtiulesi he wanted to buy had gone up won derfully in the time sitice he had1 I bought them from tho same deal er before To this the trusta gent smilingly replied Just so und so have your corn and wheat gone up too It will take less farm products today he con tinued to buy one of our machines than it did ten years ago1 He thought ho liad convinced the farmer of hiff company Vfairries in rnisingtKe price of their trust goods when the farmer added Yes and it tnJeQtI111ee times as much today to buy Me same Jan f that it tool tobuy it ten yerfrs ago consequently put 1nh0 terest lill is trebled Qur labor in price is doubled nnfa is hard to find at jthatAid lapbut not lefibt we must pay you now one third more for your machinery whf6h was toohigh tenyears ago Taking everything tutb consider ation urc9rJl andj wheat trE now cists us double to produce what it did teh years ago i d iJ are really pone the betthroff for pfesent seemipg1 High price The trust matinfacttfrtra ar6 Jk thabarepiiicrd dry the hi prices Thetts ibprgy fsent f ve thennail jWe1rw would bS glad tisen you a Afa chine Bat he didnt do it the anlhpatchedtup pro ducing the high priced farm ar ticles on the high priced farming lands by the scarce and high price inefficient farm labor he didnt have the money to buy sfjch high priced farm machin ory in this day of high prices Representatives of the President The activitYof Federal officials against the Insurgents is becom ing more and more pronounced aethe campaign for nomination proceeds Everyone of them a ove grade of a clerk that WasillngtontRvisitmg can do the most good The As sociated Press reports some of them as generally understood J tfibe the representative of the itrres ent As these officials 4 are port to attend to the public piisfness be svliouM be kept at gtfightIpaysr bills fort o ubiquitous office hqlders or are the public funds udedl partisan Activity Itvill be remembered that Lang a standpatter of the rank k lerJS The unanimous nomination of Ai Floyd Byrd by the Democrats of the Tenth district will add An r other to the list of Democrats who will represent Kentucky in the next Congress jo naming Mr Byrd R 1 Yvr A I the Democrats have made the strongest possible choice There Is he Haw in his record fpr courage ability und character lie can and willcommand the full party strength against an opposition ilready divided iato two hostile factions with Fields the Democratic nominee in the Ninth itInowCertain that Kentuokynfter March 3 lOli Will have at least ten Democratic Conereismen If a wise chofceis ntttdo in the Eleventh district tt is by fno means Improbable that the Democrats will make aoleVnsweep inthe coming electidfl It has ben a long time between Demboratio Houses and 1Centucky iaf ptepu g W taken front seavt in the next Which is as it should beLouis Trille Times J ThajOJntJllt dart Several months agp the com niittep pf thQ1J r Semite ap poiuted to investigate the causes of the increased cqst of iivipg rjeportadtp ihQ ejfiate tlWrceult of its investigation anti this report lias been publisnedr t- At thetimethe minority of the Committee Composed of Senators of the opposition party who lladnoblmd time to prepare a report embodying their views were givoti permission to later makea report This report com Spuatpr8 of Alabama Clarke of Arkansas and Smith if SogttCarolipa- was made public last week Jt lays the blame for high living cost to tile t trusts increased gold supplythetllttei being the only point on which it agrees yith the reportofthe ma i red4itthe 11 I 0 t 0 Q U ta or iofyRt Est Il- Uoynty Herald is one f4the- itsjilarest netipaper men voev erte lyfiWhe sold tlieIlcr ald to nepub1fc ln pflHflcjaus he l his Democratic readers sp Jie how ar tQ find s paying n kmon ILsirbtraberswltwuul not w1fiVtlie1nw fiepubjica Her ald He will not self lifliWiiB readers forany amount tillHney tl Few editbrs tlu will uphold such a pririciple so great an expense but if all newspfip r mefn were or such honest disposition their business would be more respectful and pro fitable because the people would not be afraid to trust them with advancessubsUriptioh mfo n e y which the local publisher so badly needs tokeep his business go ing PronAtsory TeWaegone and done it again This time its over the appointment of a successor to the postmastershlp at Clay City applicanjilI mn4jdIesomething hae tpAbq dpneifnptb ftl words they are trying to force Langleys hand and for the reason that the eleven unBucceS8ful fee lops might not Jlp ers and this promising business 1t seems hat the resignation ofMiss Bertha Ma pel hepresent incumbent is be ing hejdun at Washington at the instance of Langley till after the olectIpnEaliilIJerAllThe the head line Colonel Roosevelt Turned Down the less we believe it The Colonel will soon come up a gain smilingPhe Administra tbn had Stalvdrt organs can turn it over asaawett morsel under their tongues but the fact is the Republican voters of New York hum nothing to say about jit Theodore Roosevelt turned down and Jim Sherman exulted in his place Why its prepos terous l Roosevelt the states man author andJhuntermake place at tholtigadof heJrlepMb lican column for a thirdsraJte politician Not much I it1Time was jnot far track Wtoli the boodles whe alled a States man or at horse a shretyd politician It isT tot le great advantage of1 tlTilT country thatt he is now knjiwn by his right namesMurdock has planed Cannon has watered and invincible and smpershoble Democracy will reap Wow mach iomustwe wait before we get that regfetration the whole country iagfQr- Vaughns Mill Mr and Mrs E D Curtis and family of Virdetf visited Mr and Mrs MorrisOnrtfs arid fam ily Sunday V Mr andMrsvRL Shimfes sel and Mr andiMr81 W Jr t Sunday at Nat oral Bridge Sirs Morris Curtis is improV ing very slowly undef the treat meht of Dr Irvin with liver troubloje See advertisement of and Company SFU SPRING- A Mr QuisenBefy of county was here Monday buying cattleVElder B S Burger has been severaldays Mrs 43 D JSwAliof Levee Montgomery county is visiting Mrs E Martin School is closed here this week on account of the institute go ing on at Irvine John Nealand family spent Saturday arid Sunday with rela tives in Clay City 4 I tMr and Mrs 3i Wm Edge wee visiting relatives on Black Creel Saturday ind Sundays Regular services lbe held at the Baptist chihrch Sunday morning and in th iteriipon Church meeting wilt be heldon Saturday afterdoon t Davie Whifo null iAlIi8s Ware- daughter of Tom Wnrocrented- asurprise Tuesday by gOing to Clay City wherethey were mar ried by the Rev Robt N Bush of the Methodist church Beware of Ointments orCatarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of sense pf steliandcow systemInever be used excepOQ fpresorip Udns from reputable physicians as the dahia d they will do is ten fold tn the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure rnanuftctured by P J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is takenjntctrfeally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the systW1 1In Halls Catarrh Cure Jesureypu- got the genuine Itis taken internally and made inToledo Ohio by F J Cheney andCo Testi monial free Sold by Puce 75p IfperTakevTIaHVFnuiilyiEills for con kstipation i fI Rod k 1- u PRICES IIl t v iIardwlck and oo n 1 i Ifir rl fa + t i a All sutttaer goods and notions all t toensandfoysr suits and odd pant4n Sijrnm rttweight and weights good for the year around and mens + and boys hats at greatly reduced pioes Wetare cutting the price on these finesl20 to 35 percent If you are looking forbarrgains now is the time arid Qur stortfjs th plat 1 r L to find theme We will also give you out prices in many of cur sMsih men r st womens boy and girls lowrtjutsr l Will also give you large Cut on buggies thes cut prices are for cash producetimberI for merchandise All goods charged of course swill hive to be a pric with a profit ta itlJ i ir i I J IKHardicK Co 1 STANTONiIiu-l i t r JIIn +r Df I USEHOPE MILLS t r FO IIt When a 20 Gold Piece passes from one person to an6the it is accepted without a question as to Its value We all know it is wqrtb the amount stamped upon it Just the same with our flour 1safeguardedpurity und strenpnt l1it comes to o fullof nutriment and lifeeustaininr prppertlea endia 1 warranted to makelight whoipi some bread rolls k eto Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ey I r ++ foJItiJJooI oJ J + + + u+ t INSURE WIoFI 9 Ic i f + F LON S0NiThdlhriInp1nsuhranoo + VLNt 1 pfl1t1 tyI 1 Ji tie rt+ +J 1 t nv 1f7Represented VMer 2oo6Ooooo i 1 t s l l f tf h t IIie t io+ t iewtart++ I 1 I s rtII I 1 rl i 7J lE QY WOOLi Hmlt DFUR I 1 J P tweell dr If Mbrfar mttiitoU CMUMIM MrdtiU I alefwdabli L s l avn6Js IN Iri1lIxp I I Dr Bell Anllse tits l- r vel- h S Good ror trthDl sb 7 rti- V F a FY41ray NSr 64wG rl n41V t h THE TIMES AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY Sept 1 19iO LOCAL BREVITIES See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Several from this city went on a jolly trip to Natural Bridget Sunday W EL Harrison has returned to the Confederate Home at Pe I wee Valley u We are weekly having good I rains which keeps the grass green and late corn growing Miss Virginia Moore an inmate of the Masonic Orphan Home has returned home Mrs Clay Hamilton ot Win Chester vitited relatives near the city a few days last week Per use OH Face Md Hands Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve is the beat It is a creamy snow white- R ointment and one 25c box will last three months D H Sinclair has resigned as assistant depot agent and will in a short time leave the city Mr and Mrs Ben Potts oi Somerset are spending a few days with relatives inthe coup ty fr i Mr and Mrs Reuben Tipton of Winchester spent several days with relatives in the city last weeK Whit to do ta trAccident fIIfekJo is broken apply Dr Bens A t8 at celia the wound soreI9 Mrs W T McGuire is visiting friends in Beatty ville Mr MC- Guire was with her there over Sunday Former Governor of Kentucky J Proctor Knott celebrated his eightieth birthday at Lebanon Monday Blood PoI Is prevented by applying Dr Bells AntiPain to cuts scratches and bruises It destroys all septia mat ter enables the wound to heal with out soreness Be sure to get Dr b Bells Mrs Geneva Ooliver of Salt Lick is spending a few days with her parents Judge and Mrs W T Adams Tom Oonlee has bought a fine farm of 106 acres near Mt Sterl ing and will move there in about two weeks Best ever Used A B Helnleio Harrison Idaho says I have used Dr Bells Pine TarHoney for coughs and colds and it is the best I have ever tried Look for the Bell on the Bottle The first termof Irvines new graded school will begin Monday Sept 5 Olay Oily has main tamed a city grldtjirschool for twenty years tll On fourteen charg of selling whiskey in a local option county Alex pence of lord Was fined a total amount of 940 in Ooun tYfOQ9r t t tter the nasds S L Chapman Massao 1 Ey says I usedDr Bells antf Salve onmy ilanerrhiehwere sore and r find Ittoe best I ever rte4 It cured tfom mpljstefy Y 1 Read notice of pocket book found in this issue Best igto 41- WHyattmercbai1t of Warrenj NCwell s i Please send enclosed order by mall Sutherlands Eagle Eys Salve is the beat eye remedy In the world Z5Ci The One Whos Fixed The farmer who owns a farm is the particular person who iq fixed Banks may fail and factories close workmen strike and mines suspend merchants taland town burn i times may be panicky and even crops may be shortbut the farmer who owns his acres will get along He will live in comfort anti quiet with plenty to eat drink and wear He is the most independent man Dearth Yet there are lots of them who do not appreciate their situation It Saved His Leg IIAll though Id lose my leg writes JA Swensen of Water town Wis Ten years of ecze ma that 15 doctorscould not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Totes Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at SwannDiy Lumber Cos store- Automobiles Coming Down Automobiles manufacturers are said to be heavijy stocked with machines they have keen unable to sell this season It is claimed they expected to sell all they made to the farmers but have in this been disappointed Automobiles have all along sod for cash but it is claimed next year the price will be cut from2- Ei to 505 and will be sold for a cash payment as low as 250 The manufacturers in thisway hope to dispose of their surplus to peo ple who do not very bably need such machines Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause breakdowns Xou cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger to yourself If you are weakor run down or under strain of any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van de Sande of Kirkland Illwrites That I did not break downy while enduring a moat severe strain for three months is due wholly to Electric Bitters Use them and en joy healty and strength Satisfac tion positively guaranteed 60c at SwannDay LumberCos store r Lii ILTttYNwane wN- eratst1ssaststiaa1 OrW shwa p- c WdW kriMkt at+Me tsalls ar atps I es stor a tare aav n c Doris Smothers of Somerset and Algin Smothers of Lexington were visiting relatives near the city Sunday W E Heflin and B T Fox Dlark cout tystock dealers were here Monday looking for some hogs and catttle Miss Fannie Clark of Mt Sterling came over Saturday for a few days stay with her sister Miss Bernice Clark Mrs Peach Barnes and daugh ter Miss Clyde of Preston Sta tion is spending a few days with her sister Mrs T J Fletcher The Ppwell County Farmers Institute is in session at Stanton yesterday and today where a most interesting program is be ing rendered k Sore Eyes of Three Years Standing cured Miss Effle Faulkner New Castle Pa writes Sutherlands Eagle eye Save cured me of a case of sore eyes of three years stand ing I cheerfully recommend it to anyone in need of such a remedy Swifts Silver MIRe Again A special from Sharpsburg says Messrs L W Ohaney and 0 D Stiles of this place have gone to Elliott county to lookafter the latters mining interests They took an expert with them Mr Stiles is confi dent that silver can be secured from his mine and expects to be gin operations immediately- He has sold an interest in his proipects to Mr Ohaney and they have papers and charts by which they expect tbijocate the famous Swifts silver vein The Last of a Fiend would have been about as welcome to A of lsweiro N Ytas a mercilesslungracking cough that defied all remedies for years it was most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never conH at night now Mill ions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore luugs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping dough or hsyfever It relieves quickly and iever fails to satisfy A trial convinces 50c 8100 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by jwannDayLumoer Co vz vzvzwvzwivz vz vzwJ CAPITAL STOCK S1OOOOO IJo SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 100000 T11E t WINCHESTER BANK Of WlNCHSTHR KT N UoLttr WlTasttsroox PRBS W R SPHAR CASHIER YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED t I JPnAUPPIN Watchmaker Jeweler All Kinds of Watch M4 i Repairing oa Sheet Cloclci Rea eaaMe Terms SATIS TION GUARANTEED Jewelry Spectacles Call and see me In the Red J River Hotel BMUIac 01 CLAY CITY v KENTUCKY + 1 J WhiteWare Davie White and Miss Ware daughter of Thos Ware both of Spout Spring came to this city Tuesday afternoon and were mar ried at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev Robt N Bush The bride is fourteen the groom is thirtyright and has been mar ried once before A Man of iron Nerve I Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bow els are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen brain and strong body25e at SwannDay Lumber Companys store When You Think Of the pain which min women experience with every month It make the gentleness and kindness always noei mlrstleWlgards is a natural necessity there it no women who would stet Madly be free from this recurring period of paw DrPltrce Farorlte Prescription nmlcem weak women utroiist and nick woaiea PalaJtmmtlem haul mleermttea mail enres Iemmlt weakaaa letteriLAL 0 o MedicalourtheseillustratedCommonla hudome cloth biadieg 31 tamp Wagon uoellenoe Strength durability safety and utility are com to The Studebaker Wagon Every piece of selected material Lumber seasoned four to five years MoretIaanandcetUfktert Rmmhig WagSM Mad we IStudebaker Grubbs Benton Winche ei Ky u L r i M H COURTNKY Pres A1 WnxrT t itJ bJ tfkCLAY CITY Nit TONAL BA lCLAYso J tJCapitalifH Pays THREE PERCENT INTEREST on time dell One Dollar will start an account In our Savings Depllrlll1 WHY NOT START ONI TODAY J j SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourboa foaltrf Car is recognized M the aundard poultry remedy of the world It Is the one remedy that can be depended on withabsolute certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera soup ttmbereetk Diarrhoea and all existingtonna ot poultry dis OSMKI A tow drops la the drinking healthy sad tree trom dlseane A Bo bottle makes I 2 iallon ot medicine For tv rcauncntoIDlaokhtadntdothtrdlst inea In turkeys 1Inun 0 UrweoJ Bourbon Remedy Co lnldiagewv s A At AH Ualn DruBl t Boo p Patti Trial Vial Fr Sold bYSwannP y Lbr Co Hardwick Co Clay CitY Stanton I See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Nervous Prostration I had a general breakdown A gentleman advised Dr Miles Nerv ine and I noted an improvement after a few doses and two bottles gave me entire relief WM R BURKHARDT 369 Rawllng 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 system The first bottle will benefit If not the druoolit will return your money ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it ia the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter FEETRADEMARKSUlered send Model or or IatentpractIceercluslrelye hookonWhich ones wilt par HoW to get a partner IntorntauonDPATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE t TRADE MARKS- DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac mayquicklyinvention It probablr patentAble Commnnlcn- tlon rictlrooncd on iatenta sent tree Cildeit agency for securing patents IYfPtnalJlmerl an- A handiomelr Uhutrated weeklr I ireeat dr dilation of any ictontlDo Jonmal Terms Iirear i toaimonUul 8014 by all tuwsdealere aetetDasEyNewYorkBranch Arrangements for the sale of Red Gross Ohristmns Seal 1010 were announced in a bulle tin jnsr ispued bv Mm Nntional Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis and the American Red OrossCIA million for Tuberculosis will be the slogan of the 1910 campaign Two features of the sale this year are unique and will bring considerable capital to the tuber culosis fighters The American National Red Cross is to issue the stamps as in former years but this organization willwork in close cooperation with the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuber culosia which body will share in the proceeds of the sales The charge to local associations for the use of the national stamps has been reduced also from 20 percent to 12J per cent which will mean at least 50000 more for tuberculosis work in all parts of the United States The stamps are to be designat ed as Red Oross Seals this year and are to be placed on the back of letters instead of on the frontThe National Conference of Tuberculosis Secretaries through its President Mr A Kings bury of New York has issued a letter canine uponall states and local antituberculosis aspocia tion to unite with tlie National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis and the Red press Society in the sale of Christmas seals and the exter mination of tuberculosis Every effort will bemade to discourage the use of local stamps and to encourage the distribution of the national stickers It is expected that over 480 antituberculosis a8sociutionsandhundredsofJEled Cross societies in eVn state of the Union willunite in the sale of Christmas seals Attorney General Breathitt has held that present jailors cannot collect their increased salary as provided by an act of the last Legislature holding that the constitution which provides that no salary can be increased or di minished during a term of oilice STANTON COLLE- GEANNOUNCEMENTS FOR FALL TERM OF 1910 TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 5TII IN ALL DEPARTMENTS HOUDAV VACATION BEGINS DECEMBER 24TII 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 mand 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- i I tory and our instruments will be installed as they are needed A compe tent instructor will have charge of this new work i NEW TUITION REGULATION requirementsttion in the Academy provided that they reside in Powell county arid that j a registration fee of 5 00 is paidat the time of entrance But hereafter suchstudents as desire to receive help from the county must passthe 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 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 k Education will be charged a uniform rate of 200 a month in the Acad I emy Students carrying college studies will pay 2 50 a mohth according to prospectus OTHER REGULATIONS- All other regulations may be found in Stanton College Prospectus for 190919 0 For information address STANTON COLLEGE STANTON K5T a c=co I rWS of k 1 w s GIVE NATURE A CHANCE I Tho strongest minds havo n their inspiration direct from Nature Naturo- Is tho treat teacher of mankind wo can to Naturolor nil our needs In tho recent KnssoJapaneso war tho sur armydiscoveredrapidly and with better success it left to Nature They washed tho wounds with water which had been boiled and thn sterilizedthen bandaged tho wounds with clean linenno powerful drugs or antiseptics werousedln aid to tho injured Such methods resulted In tho of 33 out of CSJ men treated In a naval hospital for their wounds It Is only from pf observing Naturos most of us suffer at onn tlmo or another from Indigestion ImpurJ blood and a genera1 ly rundown system Our remedy in Katuros laboratory deep in tho fragrant woods whero are American tho roots o1 which when properly treated will sup ply a healthgiving ago a physician who had an cstcnslvo practice among aflllcto mado a striking departure from tho usual methods of life confreres medicine hi went to Nature for tho euro of those stomach disorders which resulted so often in an nmcinlc condition or Im blood lots of n or of lassitude andpimply SIlnifLOlIng that tho bark of tho Black Cherrytree tho root of the Mandrake Stono root Queens root Bloodroot and Golden Seal root made into a scientific nonalcohol extract by tho use of glycerine xriado tho best altera tlvo and tonic refreshing influence of this extract is at once apparent in the recovered strength of tho patient the vital fires of tho body burn brighter and their Increased activity consumes the tisane rubbish otherwise may rohoa too system This alterative and tonic esiract been found to stand clono as a safe invigorating tonic as it does r4t depend on alcohol for a false rtlm1latlon but hi Jatures own method of strengthening and cloanslng the sys tern tones ui lie stomach and the blood In Natures own It Is well known all over thdTVorldasDr PIcrcea Gulden Medical Tho name was given to this vegetable compound i because ono of theJmportant ingredients was Golden Seal root Such an authority as Dr Roberts Bartholow of usefuiof tho stomach and headaches accompanying tho same Dr Grovcr Coo in his Organic Medicines spcaklni of Golden Seal root says as a liver Invigorator cw equals Further he says ln chronic Inflammation of the bladder wo deem hone of tho most yell able agents of cure As a tonic In tho convalescing stages of fevers pneumonia dysentery and other acute drastls Golden Seal rout Is peculiarly- cpproprlato Dr continues Wo would hero add that our experience has demon strated tho Seal roqt to bo a valuable remedy In bronchitis laryngitis and other affections of the respiratory or C Of In chronier catarrh of tho ctomach and o of alcohol a lJOWC3iol1owlnRabu hits a OSSTTirnU as uterllO catarrh leycorrhrea etc is Do apepsiaNohertcf Pcnniylvanla lrofiohn tl Scnddcrln Specific Med I atlon It Btlmnlates tho dlees e3andincrnase3theassimilatlmi is l and this blood feeds thr zinsculit systiin I mention the muscular system bwnutol bollovo it first ljc3 tho inertia t power Imparted by iho clnnlallon cf Increased nutrition ho consequent improvement c i tho arcnaturalIn rclitl6n to itsjfoncwl effects on tho system there is 110 inciliclne in use rLout trhc1 Nlere a dish pcnerrtt trrtrtal mW i 0 opinion Itllawitrmalv re- gtrdrtl tocio in de bilitated stnta M After miy years qfstndr aM Irbo prtxiuthedoluwa Ucal roulTiJt other cIHcaclouj rootscnllanehgnndlccreasln31n euro tlvo these nailvp plants from our Ani rlcan forrt11 J stMftlcn ct chnn iaally pure rjlycorlno of sirougti which la far r than alcohol both for extracting and preserving too medi cinal principles r 32 In plants Clv crlno s medicine tosurd- uu inflammation and by clcanslBg them aIrnno of tae stomach of abnormal cecrotlons aids in the euro of dyspepsia crd stomach and Intestinal The Common Senso Medical AdvlserllX pages is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing onlr Send 21 onncent stamps for tho Look In r covers or 31 for tho clothbound volume AddressI1r11V Plerco C03 Main Street Buffalo N y 6 A man never realizes the su periority of womutnso much as when he is sewiug on a button without a thimble pushing the needle against thavall to get itc halfway througlf ahd pulling it through the oilier half by hanging on to it wifhhis teeth NOTICE Dr C B DickSon Dentist will be at the Red Hotel Clay City Ky for nneiveek beginning Friday AlguBt 27tlC10 for the practice of his profession Lost Gold 1ill frilJasew toh on R R between depotand bridge at Clay City Finder vilJb hand soniely rewarded Iuftliewill return the watch to J gjogerB Clay City HiWAlonrodJSpBjiff k Farm Fc fSile Ulay Spncreslevel City well watt dabout St i acres in timber rest well suited tor corn and grass qood dwelling and outbuildings For further paiticu = Inrs call at lhisoffice Lost Pocket Book Money perse containing between 855 and Eao lost somewhere between Levee and my residence near Spout Spring while returning from Mt Sterling Monday Finder re tnrn to this office or J T Wright Spout Spring Ky with all the money and receive 810 reward J T Wright Spout Spring Ky- WANTEDCosmopolitan Meg azine requires the services of a rep resentative in Clay City to look af ter subscription renewals and to extend circulation by special meth ods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previous experience desira ble but not essential Whole time or spare time Address with references H O Campbell Cosmo politan Magazine 1789 Broadway New York City so I j J of me to P M I A M 4 1 11 20 I L E Indian CLAY CITY Jet O do K For Sale Prlvately cows two salves one tear hng steer hid ono good EAGLE EYE SALVE for but the i F take Cardul for your female because we are sure will you Remember that this great I has to of sick so not to you For headache backache periodical pans female ness many have said It Is the best medicine to take Try 111 in This DR I For Internal and External Pains Are you one of the of who suffer from female ailments If dont be discour aged go to your and get a bottle of Wine of Cardui the wrapper are full for use During the last Cardui has been contains no harmful and can be on in almost any I Take SBTIERLDiDl E- yesWeAskYou DfCARDUII ANTIPAIN Why Suffer druggist remedyforingredients depended CHAD UI It Help You Mrs Charles Bragg r Ind tried Cardtti She writes Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for Before I began Cardui I could not dp a days work I would work awhile and lie down I ehalj always give praise your medicine Try CarduL AT ALL DRUG STORES SUt4 YIfRY L E TIME EastBound West No 2I DailyI 225 735- 3u5 813 80 826 334 842 35f1 0u2 358 910 405 915 14Q22 430 938 435 943 447 956 5 1 1017 G0 1115 I 610 tt Two hog Allen Good it I help female relief other women why weak On case I etser OF Stations Lexington Winchester Junction Fields Stanton Ropslyn PilnonCiiinpton Tnnctlon Natural Bridge Torrent Beattyvllle Junction Jackson Grayott Nothing Ito remedy brought thousands Sold CityF3 BELLS thousands women directions century VW taking TflBLE Bonndt No1I DnjlySunday No 6 A M P MA M D55 605 1025 912 520 946 900 507 934 845 453t920825 435 002 815 426 854 809 420 848 803 414 842 748 357 828 745 355 H20 730 341 815 707 320 754 615 225 705 610 220 700 I The Following CONNECTIONS are made Doily Except Sunday- L I do E Junction Nos land 3 will connect with th C 0 Rail way forMt Sterling Ky Campion Junction Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Moun tain Central Railway for passengers to and from Catnpttw Kv Beattyville Junction Nos 2 will connect with the L A Pall way for Beattyville Ky 0 K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the O K Rail way for Cannel City Ky and way stations NEW MANURE SPREADER F RMERSATTENTIONI I This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first Itnvestieatintf the merits the same The exclusive features on other withcouplTgpoleI loadIngif I anfeed to all manure the tree chances This machine is built onacomi 3 mon sense princlpleql a farm I wagoh TrJiwice simplest J most dwiabfe Uri1t8t e 1 1 down hence easy tofotlJ Into spreader on the hiarket lacked by enyeere I not an uperltnent t I lTHE NEW IDEA HicXDCH oC Ooldwater Ohio 1 1f f e II a 1 F