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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 8, 1910. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 1910 cla1910090801 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 8, 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. j II f THE 1 CLAY + CITT TIMESr 50 Cents a Year In Advance We are here to help Clay Cietthe SarroonJiiig Country and Ourselves d B Burgher Publisher lAt YOL XV CLAY OITY ET TURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 J9IO NO 36 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 item t that goes into the makeup I of this paper together with a similar increase in every article that is used by the editors fam ily in the home the publisher finds a potent problem facing him More revenue must be ob tained in order to keep the pa per and ourselves going and af ter waiting and hustling to keep up the business to a paying basis we have failed While the circulation 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 MS 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 cu regret that it is necessary for us to make this advance hut it is inevitable Up until Oct 1st we will ac cept subscriptions at the old rate of 50 cents per year and will accept them up to three years in advance at this rate We do this in order to raise the necessary cash to improve the paper i 1nd pay ourisij ty to get the old rate as a reward lio for their continued support in 1 the past Before this date we t should receive no less than 800 oldratethave paid in advance for their paperat 50 cents will receive it for the time paid for at this rate but after such time paid for in advance expires they will be t ttttir- i to 1 When you are p Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready foryou The new tspringstyles we are showing in 1n10I y young mens suits will the moft critical and exacting dresser f It will pay you to see the Xccll range of styles patterns and colors wet are showing We have clotliifos that appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in and glance throughyou will appreciate the t 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 youll agree with us once you see them charged at thel00 per your 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 I00 per year for it on one years credit drop in and tell us or write us to this ef ect so we can stop the paper and leave friendly relations existing between us as we dont want any misunderstandings- We have been publishing the Times now for nearly fifteen years and for the past nearly nine years have not missed a single issue of the paper not even 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 got the paper at 50 cents So send in for renewal at once as after Oct 1st the price will be 100 if paid in ad vance or otherwise This rule is imperative and will be strictly complied with to all our subscribers alike 1 Work on Bridge Be un Work has begun on the Lulbe grud bridge between this and Clark county Rock for the foun dation is being hauled which will soon be ready for the steel timeITheOctober 15 The building of 14 want New Pirn WT McGuire has resigned his position at the Company store and bought an interest in J B Eatons store where he can be found ready to wait on custom ers in the future G G Hack worth has been appointed to gen eral manager at the Company store r SHIMFESSELSs i t t I tats e Farming Some railr ad magnate has a model farm whero everything that he raisoposts twice what it is worth and even the eggs cost one dollar per dozen and he thinks that e farmers should follow his eca nple of intensive farming ifFhe Agricultural Department txperts advise the farmera how fto improve their soil andretcfekTbut if their advice were followehe farmers would need the TMnry of the United Ttatea4dn rupon and then require ftn ur deficiency ap proprialitmAAthe experts often do to mAke both ends mee- tUtile farmers critics would try their fyamrat farming with the pr sent Ja k of labor and not very efflcientat that they would not carp BO BJuch It is dollars to doughnuteJThey would admit f on the land or 1 the weatb then resume their old occupation of scribbling about what they bont know a bout farming The Agricultural Department has just discovered that the farmers oughttyraise more pota toes to the acr6 has sent ex perts to Europe to find out how to do it What they will learn will be that die climate there is better than here for that sort of crop and ranr Pennsylvania Dutchman couldliave told them so much without it costing them dollar ashenthayy will spend- tlioneandsi rf It you have taed farming you will know that lit is no picnic and that through Republican policies all that you have to buy is at trust prices and for all that you have to sell you must take what some combine will pay Yes it is not all fun being a farmer nor do they all ride in automobiles though the Repub lican metropolitan organs and the funny supplements would try and make us believe that the farmers are bigger fools than are other mortals Stocking up on Papers Week before last the Estill County Herald came into Repub lican hands and this week the Oampton Courier passes into Republican control A strenuous effort has also been made to get hold of the Clay City Times Langley and the Republican brethren of the Tenth Congress ional district seem to bQ stock ing up pretty heavily on Demo cratic papers for conversion into Republican sheets We do not blame them for truly are news papers a valuable asset in a carp paign still we cant see how pa pers can benefit Langley and print the truth 0 Shooting la Clark In the edge of Clark county near the Powell line Tuesday John Baker shot and seriously wounded Obe Howard It is thought that Howard cannot live He was shot twice with a pistol one ball entering into his cheek just below the eye and the oth or one into his leg Howard is a son of James How ard whq lives near this city and Baker formerly lived in this city The two menhad had previous trouble- S k II t tW- nn y A Death of Mrs Cason Manda Cason wife of Gip Ca son died at Waltersville Sept 1st 1010 of consumption Was buried at Powells Valley on Fri day Her funeral was preached by Elder A Easter at Powells Valley church in the presence of a very large and sympathizing congregation Deceased had joined the Missionary Baptist church and lived and died a Christian o Married In Cincinnati The marriage of Mr Wm Mountz Jr of this place has just been made public Ho was mar ried in Cincinnati June 28 to Miss Hildy Nobeliuos The bride is a Swede and formerly lived in this city with an uncle who has since returned to the old country The groom is a splendid moral young man and his many friends here extend hearty congratulations Trust into Trouble In a report to the Missouri Su preme Court in the ouster suit against the International Harvst er Company of New Jersey Spe cial Commissioner Theodore Brace declared the corporation to be a trust and a combine for med for the purpose of destroy ing competition in the manufacture and sale of harvesting ma chinery aJ0 cents by subscribing for tli Aimeesduein Se tenrbet tAft- er i e illGef61 9per year Pay up now Arm Broken Mrs Katie Rose of St Louis Mo who is visiting her aunt Mrs Mandy Walters for the first time in thirtytwo years fell this morning and broke her arm just above the wrist She had just recovered from a break in the same arm above the elbow in two different places Dr Martin set the broken bones and she is resting as well as could be expected under such conditions Crop Repor- tCommissioner of Agriculture M 0 Rankin has issued the crop report for the month of August which gives the condition of crops in Kentucky Mr Rankin places the condition of Burley tobacco at 54 per cent in the State as a whole His report fol lows The rainfall during the month of August was not so great as that of the preceding month but the rains came when they were badly needed In some places there are a number of reports that they are needing rain bad ly Tobacco has shown considera ble improvement and corn has shown very marked improve ment The man and woman who try to make their home the most interesting spot on earth for each other and for their friends and those who are near and dear to them have but occasional use for the club It is to them like the theatre n pleasruit pluco to enter now and then but not a spot to dwell in The Times 1 00 per year after October 1st Hints for the Grumbler Thu man who habitually grum bles is a selfconfessed failure he abmits that things are wrong with him If things are always wrong with you it is your own fault so dont spendvuluable time and energy proclaiming the fact Put them rightGenerally a stall is not all bad however illassorted they may be unless they have been han dled wrong It takes a particu larly bad type of grumbler to chase all the goodness out of themDont grumble with conditions put them rightmake the best of them or go where they are betterDont grumble with your job if you cannot do better where you are do better somewhere elseDont grumble with your cus tomers they wont stand it If you have to grumble occa sionally do it out loud before the offenders face he may give you his candid opinion of yourself and this should be of value to youThe Boones Creek Baptist As sociation will meet with the Al lensville church Clark county Sept 18 14 and 15 Powells Valley church near this city is a member of ths association is11 Turpinalteiatoforithmtl= t1 4 tI d c Be Mrs A T Whitt is visiting Mrs J Crews Rash Cincinnati Mr Whitt was with Mrs Whitt but was culled home Wednesday Winchester is putting on still further city airs Fifteen di vorce cases will come up at the next term of Circuit Court J D Marshall of Lexington was here yesterday andshipped out aa car of hogs and sheep that he had bought up After October let Times 8100 per year Renew before that date and save money Mr and Mrs S G Baker are visiting relatives near Win chester I John W Henry the photogra pher for the next thirty days will make your photo for you If you want pictures go see him and let him do your work while you can get it- Money ndPocketbook containing money and check found Tuesday in the road on top of Old Furnace mountain Owner can get same by satisfactoryevidence of owner ship aud paying for this no tice A C Eates Waltersville Ky Merchants Praise Dr Bells PineTirHoney J W McDaniel Etherton Ills says There is no medicine which equals it for coughs colds Grippe asthma and Bronchitis Look for the Bell on the BottleI See advertisement of Hardwick and Company Dr Bells PineTarHon y For Coughs and Colds r i I I THE T TIMES PUnLISk11C1 JYEttY TUUIISDAY u J E Burgher Publisher u SnbcriFtion Rates 50 Cents per year in ai vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered ns secondclass mail matter Thursday Sept 8 191- 0Changes his Negroes William T Vernon tho negro liegister of the Treasury is to have nis political head chopped off by President Taft the Lord High Ex i ecutioner of the Republican arty There is no charge that Vernon has not attended to his duties but he is from Kansas and as his influ ence pnoved worthless in that state to stem the Insurgent tide he is to be politically decapitated and J C Napier a negro ol Nashville Penn is to be installed in his place The appointment of Napi er is expected to bring the Tennes see negroes back to their original Republican allegiance From this may be adduced that the Republi can use of the negro is what cub be got out of him politically Time faithful Hcrvliu ul Vernon will not save his political head nor will like service of those other negroes who have been appointed to Federal of fices unless they can show result at the primaries and at elections that suIt the Republican leaders I who use them for theirown aggran dizement On All Sides Hon John W Langley lrom issory John was here Thursday He professes to feel sure ofsre 1P a t Oemedreluotant- hitaet ntictdedstaud P feet v He did not state whether cjr not he would vote for Oadnbn again for Speaker He said he lead some times been called an Insurgent and at other times n stand patter which is probably true as he can easily be on alt sides of any question While here he was in conference with 1some of the new Republican lenders but the old standard bearers who have led the fight in times past were not invited i and of course were not present Winchester Democrat On one moruirfg and in one paper it was announced that Senator t Warner of Missouri dellinld to be a candidate for re election and that Joe Sibley who was nominated for Congress from Pennsylvania at an expense of 42200 has withdrawn Both assign ill health as the cause but some folks are saying that it is the ill will of the voters that has 1scaredthem It is hardly necessa ry to say that both are Republi r cansAfter rrevising the tariff upward for years to suit the protected in terests it is rather strange to now hear Senator Lodge call it the old unscientific method Is Lodge a freid that the people of Massachu setts are for tariff reform and are thinking of waking a goat of him t What do the voters care for the animosities of Taft and Teddy and their followers The main thipg is the question of the policies that will be pursued and whether the cost of living will be reduced to match the ordinary income We expect to hear of more Re publican candidates for Congress I than Joe Sibley having heart disease by the time election d ly ar rives and many having heart aches nftej election Turn the rascals down t After the CourierJournal The Courier Journal is one of the most unpopular paper in the State und yet one of the most urr iluential The Mayfield Messenger goes after the Journalin the following style in different art titles It used to be said that the Courier Journal wits the great or gan of the organized Democracy of the Stato and that in other daysit whs dubbed It U Power for good but those halcyon days have passed for that once great political newspaperlias for the past several years floundered a bout from one interest to an other until its political power from a Democratic standpoint a mounts to but little among the rankand file of true Demo crats A close examination of itpo liticalconduct for the past twen ty years lead us to the reasona ble conclusion that if it had sus pended publication in 1801 and lead remained out of business un til 1000 there would never have been a Republican in the Gov ernors chair or in the United States Senate in the once Demo cratic state of Kentucky Time political wishywashy policy df that super elected Brad ley Governor Deboe to the national Senate Willson Governor and Bradley United States Sena tor This is not all there are many otho political sins piled up at its door which will take it generations to receive full and complete pardon at the hands of an outraged Democracy To be n CourierJournal Demo crat 11 man must bolt the party- whgi lQp etl es I lemu carry O ftljOf f releyedtln his pockets vote agajnst1lpcaPpption cussand abuse the preachers denounce sober Democrats as temperance fanatics favor open saloons in every city village and hamlet and humbly bow to the whims and dictations f of the vhiikoy power on any and all occasions If an editor out of the country dont see proper to cone up to all these requirements then the CourierJournal wishes to place- it in the prohibition party if possible read him out of the Demo ratio party This the Courier ouranl cant do until it repents- of its political sins and is bab tired in some other liquid save and except the juice of the for bidden fruit Fun sarcasm and silly wit cant put the daily Messenger out of the Democratic party It is hereto stay and assist in trying to keep the Democrats in line who have once been led astray by the waywardcourse of tlmeonce pow jrful CourierJournal We belong to that class of Democrats who believe in trying- to get the best men in the party to hold the offices and then when the party in its organized WilY places thorn on the list of nominees support them whether they are qur choice ornot If a paper cannot support its party nominees then its time for it to get out of the party and not attempt to dictate to Democrats what they should dp on certain side issues Let the CourierJournal get in- line and fight for the party and let the little side issues atone MrWatterson could 1lver have known how unpopular his position is on the prohibitory laws written11soof the Courier ourn l Very few if any of the tatepapers are with him in his position on rhiskey in politics k N it S I It can be definitely stated today that ColoneljRoosevelt will be a candidate for President in 1912 but will family support Mr Tuft for the nominationv Senator GorosVchampibnahi of the Indians may loolc like the blind leading tie blind but is seems to be effective nevertheless w1t Some of the railroad magnates appear to have been robbing the Illinois Centralo wonder they want rates increased Every time that Democratic donkey hee haws these days it makes the G OP very very tired Business may iot be as brisfas politics just noV but it is surer of itself 1 Xh The farm vote is more apt to vote as it reaps flan as it sows See advertisement of Hardwicl and Company X oM SPOUT SPRING- I N Osborne4yas here Friday from below buying cattle T S McKinney made two trips to Mt SrerlingMast week on bus iness School adjourned Tuesday on account of the+ illness df the teacher Miss iTfiptonJMrs Belle Burgher and chil dren visited relatives at Win Chester a few days last week Misses Anni Burgher and Grace Tiptonof Winchester visited friends mere Sunday and Monday rfs- Mr and Mr T Sameff Riickerville wejre mere Saturday and Sunday n attended servo ices at Salem i E Martin wa in Montgomery county one day last week and reports a poor prospect for crops along the road Elder A Easter was present at the meeting at Salem Sunday and was pressed into fervice when lie delivered one of his fine sermons which was most highly appreciated by the good congregation present Luther Martin will shortly return to Miami Texas after several weeks visit to Kentucky rel atives Wt J Christopher Sr will go to the Southwest with Mr Martin and there visit his son R S Christopher who 10I luted in the Panhandle pf Texas two years ago Save 60 cents by subscribing for the Times during Septembet After Oct 1st the rateswill be 100 per year Pay up now Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury 8l1mercury will surely destroy the sense of sense of smelland com pletely derange the whole system when entering it through the mu cons surfaces Suet articles should never be used except on presorip tions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can pORsibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of ihesysteIn buying Halls Catarrh CurelJfysure you get the genuine Iis taken in ternally nnd made infrolecto Ohio by F J Cheney and jCof Testimonial free 1 Sold by Dr gglst8i5 Price 75c per bottle IiTake halls Family Plllsfor constipation c j1K Hardwiok and COJR I y All summer dry goods and notions all mens and boys suits and odd pants in summerl j- eight and weights good for the year around M and mens and boys hats at greatly reducedprices We are cutting the price on these lines 20 to 35 per cent If you are looking for barfgains now is the time and our store is th placetto find them We will also give you cut I in many of our shoes in mens womens boys f and girls low outs Will also give you large cut on buggies These cut prices are for cash or its equivalent which is country produce timber etc which we always take in exchange for merchandise All goods charged of course will have to be a price with a profit to it Hardwick Cog L t r STANTON 44fr1 4- r USE HOPE v aI to J it ie a as to it is it to etc Ii r + 1rr ++ + + A3 + 4Hh oI + rd + p ++++ + r+ ++ 3 + p+ + f +I t + tf gifi 01 i Jof J t i V f i one + are 8 Jp I = J + I P + 3 f t of + + Oof t + 1jiI 1FruIt and1 I f 5J J for and OptE mats 1 rree No Agents r I F HII fen ICY A l AA MP t When 20 Gold Piece pusses from one person another accepted without question its value We all know worth tlm amount stamped upon kit Just the fiune with our flour Safeguarded by Fclcntifio testafor purity nod Htrenuht comes you fullof nutriment rind lifeeustalninjr andis warranted to nrnke light whole some cakes Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN gyrr l tii ot4 +INSURE WITH iiiTheo Leudinf Ineurnnco Agoutms i isrOver 200000000 ii rt Represented vrEvery whok1ows anythingabout insurance know l- tliey line iot S4i btrtth gI1iH t- WWd rqaIJentlll TIEI frerything RCHARD LAWN GARDEN IUPN Strawberry Catalogue reyer Sonsi MILLS 14LOUR jjropprtles bresHtrollll Versailles otJ WE BUY DESAN EoMiBtiei1le lere- a we cac ktttrirplhuiiiatlutoemkeiea MtUiU 1 Rthreete her pimik 1a1oQlndlc We feiatiel- rWolBefsFt t sboorshtpn Wtiekgtkelid MSAia k soNszim l dLjetiik KY 1Il I r tTHErlMES AN ALL HOMEMADE LAPKR 7H THURSDAY Sept St 10JO r =LOCAL BREVITIES jSee advertisement rliard wick and Company The Times after October 1st k tsl per year 1 i Heavy rains have put the river up twice the past week John Riley of Ureesbur Ind is visiting friends in the city Mr and Mrs Tom Mount were in Cincinnati a few days this week BF Burgher Clark county J ofwas here a few days the first of the week t After October 1st the Times 81 00 per year Subscribe today and I save money Several from here attended the camp meeting of the Saints at Spruce Sunday For use on Puce and Hands Dr Hells Antiseptic Salve is the best it is a cremiiv snow white ointment and one 2oc box will last three months Another comet is reported to be headed this wilY Itistobe hoped that it will better than the last one John Fisher of Kansas City Mo spent several days with friends in the city the past weekI j Clarence Hazelrig and fancily and Miss BerniceOlark went tQ Friday and returned Monday eA Ve HDt k rfftr jk What to do in Case of Accident i If skin is broken apply Dr Bells Anti Paln at once and the wound will heal qnickly and never get sore Used internally and externally There is always the right kind ofweather in some parts of the United States according the weather map The weather this week has been sizzling htJ and as grow ing a season as we have had any time this year Blood oison Is prevented by applying Dr Bells r AntiPain to cuts scratches and bruises It destroys all septis mat ter enables the wound to heal with out soreness Be sure to get Dr Bells In our travels over the country wo see in Powell county some of the finest tobacco we ever saw grow out of the earth The bank was closed Monday on account of Labor Day The postofiice and city school were I also closed for the day Best ever Used A B Heinlein Harrison Idaho I says I have used Dr Bells Pine I TarHoney for coughs and colds a and it is the best I have ever tried 1 Look for the Bell on the Bottle Acting Governor Cox has ap pointed J B Blackburn Police Judge ati Stanton to fill the va caucy caused by the moving a t way of Judge 11 P Welch some time agp J Best for the Hands a S L Chapman Massac Ky says r I I used Dr Bells antisuptta Salve I on my hands which were sore and fincLit best I ever tried It retired them completely r f t t r J t 0 Mrs 0 Shiriifessel spent two days this week with her daugh ter Mrs Sf Hall at Stan ton Mr and Mrs A K Sams of Clark county spent Saturday night and Sunday night with relatives in the city Best In the world- J I W Hyatt merchant of Warren N C weitea Please send enclosed order by mail Sutherlands Eagle Eys Salve is the beat eye remedy in the world 23c A gross insult was passed up on the editor of the Times early Monday morning when he was addressed as the lion John W Langley Elder Z Ball pastor of the Christian church this city is as sisting the pastor Elder Adams in a protracted meetingat Ruck erville church Clark county It Saved His Leg All though Id lose my leg writes J A Swensen of Water town WiSuTen years of ecze ma that 15 doctors could 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 Tores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Where Will the Trouble End An exchange gives an incident that illustrates the impossibility of telling where the trouble re suiting from a mort ate will end A man mortgaged his farm to buy his wife a pair of ear ringsThe wife took in washing to pay the interest on the mort gage and the first day lost one of the diamonds in the suds anil tried to hang herself in the barn lbji tu the ropebrQke and lhofel1 qna 150 Jersey cow breaking its back 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 weak or run down or under strain of any kindle Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine 1IrsJ E Van tit Sandy of Kirkland IIIwrites That I did not break down while enduring a most severe strain for three months is due wholly to E lectric Bitters Use them and en and Sa- titlfucltion SwannDay Lumber COK store 0 f The lowest priced good substantial lawn and garden fence built Write for catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing IDEKALB FENCE CO Kwus City MO r a i i J Jt 1 Mlssesd Annie Burgher and Grace ton of Winchester visited relatives in the city a few daystjie lost of the week The Times j 00peryear aft1 October isjl Thp Canrpron Courier has been nold Editnr A 0 Oliver to- HpniamuiIcewc1l former State Repubrod liMn t Sore Eyes of Three Years Standing cured Miss Eflln Fnnlkner Now astlE Pn iwrites Sutherlands Eacrle eve Save f ured me of a eARP of Sore evep5pf three yens stand ing Icheerlully recommend it to anyone in need of such a remedy Postmasters Meeting It fins been decided by the Postmasters Association which includes Presidential offices and the State League of Postmasters of Third and Fourth class offices to hold a joint meeting this year iniouisville Sept 14th and 15th The League will meet ta 2 oclock p m on t1fe lUh for the pur pose of trnusiicting such business as pertains to League affairs only On the 14Mj and loth the Asso ciation aiiillioague will hold a joint niHeting for the purpose of discussing postal affairs There will be several represen tatives of the post oflice Depart went present to give instruct ions The new Money Order and Registry Systems will be fully explained Every Postmaster should attend as they will learn more than they wolud in yea s at home and many things they never would learn otherwise The Last of a Fiend would have been abnut as welcome to A Cooper of dsweeo N Y as a inercijesslungrnfcking cough that defied all remedy s for years It was most troiiblevune at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never conli at night now Mill ions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore mugs lugripue asthma hem orrhage croup whooping cough or buy fever It relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trinl convinces 50c 8100 Trial bottle free Us positively guaranteed by SwannDayLumber Co v vf + v Mm i CAPITAL STOCK 81OOOO- Or SURPLUS AN DUN DIVIDED PROFITS 100000 i TILE WINCHESTER BANK r OF WINCIISTKH Ky NIIOLLYwtTltleftNY00aPaisw r I YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED t A r Ar ++ 1 I +++o + I o i J PrIAUPPIN i i Watchmaker 5J Jeweler t 1 All Kinds of Watch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and + Reasonable Terms SATISPAC of f TION GUARANTEED Une of i j i Jewelry Spectacles 4 Call and see me In the Red j- l River Hotel Building t CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Hot +w+ + + + toJ + 10 I f Any city that is dissatisfied I with the 1910eensus is at liberty to begin blowing about what it will be in 1020 Master Shelby Burgher has just received a fine pony that has taken several premiums Shel by is real fond of his steed and can daily be seen exercising him Man of Iron Nerve IA will nod tremendous energy are never found whiro Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bon els are out of order If you wan these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen brain and strong body25t at Sivann Day Lumber Companys store Aids NatureThe great success of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis weaklungsGoldenMedical eoodenseddigestfood i thedigestiveand enriches the blood and nourishes the nerves in short establishes sound vigorous health It your dearer offers something last as Qood betterRuttheres nothing Just as 3ood for you Say so Medicine mailingonly Wagon Excellence Strength durability safetyand utility are com to The Studebaker Wagon yearsIronmadebyget a Studebaker wagon book and let us show you how good they arc Lightest Running Wagon Made We 1because Grubbs Benton Winchester Ky I i t fS ii1g M H CniiRiNKr Pre A T Wnirr Cashier t I THE fJ CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK iWJ CLAY CITY KENTUKCY Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollarst rJ JfJ Pays THREE PER CKNT INTEREST on time deposits yOne Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department if WilY NOT START ONE TODAY I U111 S1 I1 J SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Doartion Poultry Cure Is recognized as thostandord poultry remedy of tho world It Is the one remedy that can bo depended on with absolute certainty to cure and prevent Dourd roultrr dig Ch 3 AC MJS la tho rd1 rate beopi owls e ILl1Yllnd- t t m n4a A5c 0 tr 1 a stlcnsorredlcnulor-t u treun anthi l a c lottr tsier Iaf4iovi t 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Succeed when everything else fans In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it Is the best medicine ever sold O 4 ngists counter J I FEETRACEMARNSlitmd wend Sketch Model or TREE REPORT on ice excliulTclr BANK lholDtorISend t rents In Munps for on NOW TO SELL to get itswwr Information COe I PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D CI ENTSI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COVRIOUTR kr maygnlckascertainCommunlUonutrlcUJoonDdentlal tent free Olden J nCJ forsecunnR patents lreceiveSpecial Scientific JUtiericam AbandsomebIllustrated weekly Largest elf eo1dbjalluwsdealereMUNN Braucb Once F at Washington D a Vital Washington News Spending nearly 200000 a day more than it took in the govern ment closed the month of Au gust with a deficit approximat ing 5000000 which is indica tive of a deficit of 00000000 for this fiscal year as against a defi cit of 1948075243 for the last fiscal year This deficit was due to two principal causes First The unparalleled ex travagance of the standpat fac tion of the Republican party which is in control of the govern ment Second Failure of the Payne Aldrich tariff law to produce sufficient revenue to meet the expenses of the goverement Excess of expenditures over re ceipts is no new in the history of the party now in power For For three or four years now the government has been closing its books each night facing a big deficit in the days business But the average American does not know this While there would be no justification for stating in this dispatch that the big press associations misstate the facts there is ample justification for saying that the facts are so stated that the average man does not themIFor instance the statement of the treasury issued at the close of business Aug 27 shows that the excess of expenditures over receipts for July and the first 27 days of August 1910 amounted to 1440172784 or an average deficit of 28803454 for each banking day in that period No one could possibly so understand the sitqatiolihoveverfrQmtlie reports carried by the big press financesI side of If a business firm shouldspend more money than it took in day after day week after week month ttfter month and year af ter year it is but natural to as sume that the stockholders would demand a new manage ment Yet the men in charge of the government have for years been able to overspend the re ceipts without having been cal STANTON COLLE- GEANNOUNCEMENTS FOR FALL TERM OF 1910 TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER Gilt IN ALL DEPARTMENTS HOLIDAY VACATION BEGINS DECEMBER R 24TU NEW DEPARTMENT Anew 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 beginning t of 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 bon in the Academy provided that they reside in Powell county and that a registration fee of 5 00 is paidat the time of entrance But hereafter suchstudents as desire to receive help from the county must pass the examination 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 Boardof i Education will be charged a uniform rate of 200 a month in the Acad 1emy Students carrying college studies will pay 2 50 a monthaccording to prospectus OTHER REGULATIONS j All other regulations may be found in Stanton College Prospectus for 19091910 For information address STANTON COLLEGE STANTON ICYp I ItLI DIC J tlltiHttil If tJ r t fl I led to account by the public This can be explained however by the fact that the average nlnn IR not by any means aware of theactnal situationtHow are these daily deficits made up The amount of the deficit is taken from the general fund How does money get in to the general fund It comes from the people Figures best tell the story of what these dai ly deficits are doing to the gener al fund Balance in General Fund at close of year 2OGl44647j190b 1909 12637542810 1910 10089407507 Aug 20 4910 8509008542 Mr Roosevelt has stated over and over again that it is his am bition so far us it within his power lies to assist the people to purify politics There is but one way the people can exert influence to purify polities by voting right If Mr Roosevelt wishes to give infor Motion to th people that will really enable them to do this why does he not tell then frank ly whether in his opinion AI drich and Cannon aid the men who vote and cooperate with them are friends or enemies ofto the Republic Surely he knows whether they are or not after having cooperated with them as long as he has Every Democratic worker in the country should have a copy of the lOW Democratic campaign book which is without doubt the best handbook on the tariff novyi in print fOne of the units ual features of fiabook as con trasted with pa tcampaign books is its utilization of Republican utterances to sustain Democratic arguments Thirtysix of the 510 pages of the book are made up exclusively of speeches by Republicans who take practi cally the same position on many of the big issues as the Demo cratic leaders The committee is asking 1 for the book which goes toward defraying expenses of the Democratic Oongreesional committee Not having been favored with contributions by the great industrial concerns of the country the Democratic com mittee must rely largely upon contributions front the people Those who are really unable to contribute the dollar to the cam paign fund however maysecure- u copy of the campaign book free Contributions and requests for the book aboard be addressed to the Hon F F Garrett treas Deuiocra4icCongressional ington D 0 In his letter to the Republican Congressional Cdinmittee Presi dent Tuft serves notice on the country that if the next House is Republican the ship subiidy bill will be passed The Republicans had ihtended putting time 5000000 ship subsidy grab through ut the last see sion but were sidetracked by a scandal which brought about a Congressional pro e the busi ness methods of the Merchant Marine League of Cleveland 0 which concern had been attack ing and intimidating members of Congress to the sub sidy grab It developedat the hearing that the attacks on the subscribed subsidieshadby subsidiary con I cerns of the ste ltrustund oth I slWlllChvate ship owners s 400 o I LostGold filled case watch o R R between depot 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