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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rL r + 4 t kntry a t ji M1- t 4- sr r s Y Jfa1h J THE CLAY CITY TIMEsI J 50 Cents n Year In Advance We are here to help Clay C r ilK the Surrounding Country and OarseMs J 1 E Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KT THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2U J9IO NO iJ9 t Good Roads in North Carolina In North Carolina where there has been great activity in road building in recent years the farmers are finding out that it pays to build good roads One of the counties now engaged in improving its thoroughfares is Franklin and this is what a farmer has to say about it in a letter to the Progressive Farmer of Raleigh t About fifteen months ago we people of Franklinton township voted and carried by a small majority a good road law Then the township of Franklinton is sued bond to the amount of 40 000 to be spent on the roads Now we have about twentyfive miles of the best roads in the State I live on one of these roads three miles from town and uo to town twice a week r I carry with one horse all that my wagon can holdup It takes me about thirty minutes to carry a loath to market now where it used to take me one hour to carry half a loud on theold mud road and I dont come home muddy and wearied frofn walk ing and leading my horse and a busing the overseer 1 go to town about 104 times per year gaining half the time making fiftytwo hours each year about sixty loads each rerfind gain hanf eaab load ins tcA r k wI r naoiroartied that our little farms have ti greatly improved since those good roads have been built I have known but one class of people 16 suffer fcom good roads and that is the woodworkmen and blacksmiths as we have no broken down vehicles now That is pretty good evidence but there is more of the same sort in a letter from another Franklin 1FttttttntiWhen you are Ready for yoUr Spring Suit We are ready foryou The new J spring styles we are showing in mens and young mens suits willappeal toJ the moft critical and exacting dresser It will pay you to see the excellent I range of styles patterns and colors we are showing We have clothing that appropriate for men in every glanceIthroughyou will appreciate grace drape style and cxceUece of fit and finish Wo are showing a splendid line or 1 Mens Spring Suits The fabrics weretdtedand well 1I selecieduch due given to the cut t ting and kingthe fit and finish I i will stand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest gar ments in the State and youUagree U with us once you see them I 1 county farmer published in the same paper The letter is too long for reproduction but in closing the writer says A bond issue is the only way to get the money to build roads Some object to this on account of placing a debt on future genera tions You give them instead of 100 cents on the dollar for what they pay several times 100 cents on the dollar Some say it makes high taxes It reduces taxes The damage to wagons and teams on bad roads is much more than the tax to build roads The in crease in loads you can carry will more than pay the tax The tax payer who prefers to endure bad roads rather than to assume his share of the cost of building good roads will find food for reflection in these letters embodying as they do the views of two practical farmers These farmers are enjoying the ndvan taxes of improved hi hways after long experience with the disad vantages of bad roads They know that rood roads are worth the money that it requires to build thttiivnnd it is morally certain that they wouldnt swap brick to the previous conditions for three times the amount of taxes the improved roads will ever cost them The simple fact of the business hatthe8e two North Carolina ti frsreklfzheagost obdZQIa L i d 0i6 etthe farmer in a dozen ways where the gqod road taxes him in but one If the masses of the taxpayers could be made to un derstand the positive economy in good roads there would be such an era of road improvement in the United States as no coun try ever saw CourierJour nil The Times after October 1st U per yealo t SHMFESSEL J 4 c It to I t Winchester Court About l5p01fcaUle on the mar ket and mosUpf them sold Cows brought 1 1J 4 cents steers 3s to 6J cents heifers 3j to 4t cents the sates were the follow fWsold 10 yearling steers 6251ba 3R at 4 t cents B S BarUotjjjTboughi a milkcow 838A Haggard sold a lot of steers at 5 cents 1 heifer at 4 cents J A Alle4olda cow 1090 lbs at 5 cei 1V G W+ Lewiif bought a cow 930 lbs at 3J centa WE Littie6pught 12 steers at 4f cents 12 steers 640 ys at 4 cents sold 1Ojteqrs ut 4J cents Leeland Haggard sold a cow 1190 Ibs at4cents L Stamper Id 2 heifers 710 Ibs at 4 cents J H Hogan sold 24 heifers at 4 cents W E LittjejTeold 10 steers 575 Ibs at 4 centS ld a lot of steers atzachoniS 3 steers 810 lbs at 4J cents Weil boughta steer 800 lbs at 3ij cents afteers 650 lbs and 5 Steers616l ot 4J cents Roy Scottsoridra heifer 020 Ibs at 3J A largeifuatber of weanling mules were pn jb market but very few wereso7d4Ruveraw claimers they were not worth as much by ten dollars each as they were last court and holders were not willing- to make the desired concession Winchester Democrat 0 i The Rev Robt N Bush has returned from Conference He has been sent to West Liberty circuit and the Rev W P Fry man comes to Olay City The West Liberty circuit pays nearly twice what the work does at Clay City We regret to lose Bro Bush and hoped to see him returned here but for his better ment it is good that he goes to West Liberty While Mr and Mrs A T Pet titt and children were en route to Williamsburg last week to visit relatives they bouuht n lunch which after arriving at Williamsburg made them very sick and it was with great difficulty that some of their lives were saved with the aid of two physicians Fred Blackburn of the firm Hardwick Co is in Cincinnati this week buying goods for his firm This uptodate firm cnn be depended upon to furnish their many customers with every requirement See advertisement in the next issue of the Times The Bon A Floyd Byrd was in the city Friday looking after his candidaoy for Congress and found Clay Oi likemosttother places in the district the Democrats all in line withseveral Re publicanfollowers Everything has gone up but the Times apt it is not going Up It has raised the subsrcip tion price instead and can now live v i r 0 Help Star the State The motto of the Civic Depart ment of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs is Help us Star our State This sen tence is explained ia a leaflet is sued by them as follows Every county seat in Kentucky which has a Civic Organization or a Womans Club is a star upon our map Fortyseven haye starred coun ty seatsThere are seventy two county seats not starred Next year at the State Federation meeting a map will be un veiled on Star night showing where we have clubs Will your county be counted in The retiring president will present a gavel to the county outside of Jefferson winning the largest number of starsIThere are three ways in which you can help 1 Organize a Civic League or Clud in your town composed of women or better still both men and women 2 Organize Junior Civic Leagues in your schools If you can do neither of these things send to Mrs B L Banks of Richmond who is the Chair Ulan of the Civic Department the name of someone who might be interesed in the work By so doing you will help us Star the State J 1Cor rt phis broom factory in this city The new crop of corn is good but little is raised in this coun ty though most farmers raise e nough to have their own brooms made Postmaster W G Patriok of Kimbrell was in the city Mon day Mr Patrick has bought property at Wilmore Jessamin county and will sell out and move there at once State E E Bertram of Albany was nominated for Congress by the Democrats to oppose Caleb Powers in the Elev enth district a d J B Eaton soldtoMr Mc Phenrson several head of year ling steers at 4 and 4i cents per per pound and some heifers at 3 cents Mr Sam 0 Ringo and Miss Ada Potts both of this city were married Saturday afternoon Elder J T Turpin officiating Dr J L Brown who was lo catodat Clay City fora short time lust year has located at French burg to practice medicine Why are some newspapers like a man with cold feet Because they suffer from poor circulation Stray Horse Strayed from R L Sbimfessels placo Wednesday night July 14th large gray horse with head swol len Will pay anyone for his keep and trouble of notifying mo of his finding Stephen Short Estill county Iron Mound Ky Tile Times tsl 00 per year after- October 1st v 0 ikf r I Gumption on the Farm One forward look is worth forty backward glances How some folks do enjoy rolling up their sleeves and then bossing the job that somebody else does The cultivating season is over and all tools should be cleaned up and housed One winters exposure to the weather will do tools more harm than several years use A good growth of rye plowed in next spring will give you more and better potatoes But youll have to get it in right off or you wont have much growth to plow underBuild the line fince strong e nough to keep your own and your neighbors stock on the right side but do not have it so high that it will prevent you from being neighborlyAbout this time of the year things get pretty hot in the po litical pot Let em sizzle You just keep cool If you talk politics with your neighbors be reasonable Loud talk ana yel ling never convinced anybody Soon the hunters will be out town tramping over your fields and pastures killing your feathered friends and disturbing if not injuring your stock It is well to be neighborly but the birds served you faithfully thrauglitheyear lty destroyi ng millions of bugs and insects and it is your duty to protect them now Do itFrom October Farm Journal Master Harry ORear is visiting his cousin Johnnie Fitch at Lexington The marrigae on last Sunday of Mr Willie Miller and Miss Min ale Lyle at Stanton was quite a surprise to theit many friends only a few having been let into the secret They left Furnace Sunday morning and drove to Stanton where they were married bv Rev Hanley of the Presbyte rian church Mr Miller is the youngest son of Jno P Miller and is a most exemplary voting man He is at present teaching school at Fittsburg The bride is a daughter of G W Lyle Jr and is a most lovable young lady These young people enter upon their matrimonial life with the best wishes fo a hose of friends Estill Herald At the last statement made by the national banks of the coun try the resurces were given as 9820181452 and reserves 1 347713680Merchants Praise Dr Bells PineTirHoney J W McDaniel Etherton Ills says There is no medicine whichJequals it for coughs colds Grippe asthma and Bronchitis Look for the Bell on the Bottle 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- Qr Bells Pine T rHoney ForCoughs and Colds 1 J r r I T i f I z at e THE TIMESit I I PUBLISHED ERT THUUSOAV JB burgher Publisher Subscription Rates SO Cents fer year in a U vance otherwise 75 Cents Enteredds aecond slnss mail matter Thursday Sept20 1910 Langleys Work Unddr the above heading the liepublican papers of thiq con- tressionaldistrigt have publish fd a double column ofwhat Langley has done in Vashingtpn The has eleven sections and in each section except ono it was something to further lootv the treasury T 9 Qleventh sec tion bore on the distribution of garden seed The Times confi dently believes that if the ma jority of our representatives at Washington were as extravigant as Langley the nation would be bankrupt before Spring Lang loys only conception of repre sending his people seems to be to got money out of the treasury for some of his political friends It occurs to us that to benefit the most people it would be better to haveless tax and less expense But Johns friends must bQ ta ken care of Has the public mind so deter iorated and fallen back from a knowledge of national aiiairs as to justify presidents oxptesi dents and senatorial statesmen tilting the stump jind haranguing the multitudes lfit is true that the masses really need to be thus enlightened these wise statesmen are to be com mended for their self= sacrifkjIJ efforts j otherwise ea- whirli3vindsofatlrgymba t and orator and only tq personal ambi ti6h and political supremacy Jf tHe government is really fqny fronted byji great ani perilous crisis thwpfopl6 indeedehpuM- be informed but if thnre arenai- ssues of rflpment all politfcal ranters no mtitterbowlfigh their rank should be regarded as such by the intelligent masses upon whom party leaders and ambi tious aspirants are forever t to play their tricks We maybe Mistaken but we do not believe t that any intelligent citizen be lieves there is anything to juati fya large per cent of the torn myrot and rant in the present careering and campaigning by riien of national reputation I j The Times owes an apology to I the Campton Courier for a former i statement concerning that sheet and its politics which were credit I das Republican We knew that the new publisher Benjiman Sewell Vas a rockribbed Republican and was sure besides being so inform td that the paper would be Repub Upan under his management put slott Thepi prwilbe indepead eat in politics and the firstiestie proves that tho paperis going to uiake tiesIdes We were still worse mistaken when we thought the Courier would be particularly rank Iqitl support of Langley Mr Seweir f4a brotherinlaw to- Ur Byrd and of course will do nothing against hint politics or what not i i The Times is glad to know that politics does not blind people alto gether Last year the Estill Her aid supported Kelly Kash not be cause he was a Republican t rbe cause JKashjvHB cd for tha office than hisDemoeratie op ponent but wcauseT R White r 4 editor of r the Herald was a brother 1 inlaw to Mr Kash The Times then commended Mr White for hie unprejudiced support and now does the sate thing for editor Sew ellof the Cumpton Courier Pplitics are funny these days A few years ago Gov Beckham appointed R W BinghamMayer of Louisville The Republicans said many hard things about him Bingham says he is stilla Democrat but theJJepjiblicans have nominated him for Judge of Court pf Appeals GOV WH son etc say vote for Bingham who t few years ago vas so unworthy But Bingham is under theLog Cabin tbistime Thats all the difference but this is e nough to make that party shout themselves hoarse andraise and spend thousands of dollars in the corruption of votes What next John Langley has more nick names then any man the Times knows of Besides be i known at the national capitol as Insurgent Standpatter In hnd out Republican Outandout Republican he says he is also Jen own at Washington as Sol diers Friend and Militia John Out in the district a I long they people lie is more fa vorably known as Promissory Jbhri because the name fits best Our Republican exchanges are hpoligizing for Maine going Democratic by spying politics in that State had grown corruptand that ttwas not a Democratic victory but a rebuke to the bad State government But say Bretheren hpw about two out of thEfour Congressmen being Democrats Congreesmen have no connection with the Stata government if QQagtesstnaullie James has fhflpunced d States enatpr to suc Jeed Thos H Payriter Ong bird in the hand is worth twp in the bush Mr JttYries is in a good position to do iHe pi yg au dshduld seek no change yw It takes three years for the courts to decide whether an elec tion brnot when3 Held in1 Powell county when everybody else knows arid the evidence if read could tell them in less time than it took tq hold the election The local paper gets a whack at stingy people only when they leave the State They must have t Public Sale bills printed then Its a good wind that blows every body good Vhen the the cantotterfool the people any way they will change its platform then its name v There is no t much danger of an epidemic of insanity from over work as was the case withat Maysville man this week Save lio cents by subscribing for the Times during Septembet Aft er Oct let the rates wilt be 81 00 peryear Pap up now How Editors Get Rich It is not goOd pollicy to give business secrets away butl1s many people wonder how editors et rich so we out the foJlowinginfrnllion ho ig that every one of our readers will not take advantage of this and engage ip the newspaper business A fellow terming himself QandeibonesForecast located at St L pffers to furnish JI- SDlot of poetry and other silly e I n tstuff if wo w IMnlrl1D an advertisement in r each week A i f illaw out west wants us to do a lot pf for hijil fro nothings andi it brings re sults he m y becpme a 6ustpmer A un firm vansus to run 10 worth of advertising and tHeh send IheitiJIQ jn exchange for a shotgun Such a gun would re tail at about 6 For running 17 worth of locals we can got a 1 magazine telling how td do dress making at homo By running 50 worth of advertising and sending 25 to an Atlantic City firmwe will be given a deed to a lot When tho tide is in the lot stands six feet under water A Kansas IeaLestate firm wig give us a deed to RIot 22 feet for 40 worth of advertising- and 25 dollars cash We wrote to a fellow whp knew of thojbts offered and he replied that they had ip cash value but a trading value of about 5 It we can runa column write up of a dungs to bo held in North Dakota this Amounting to will about 7 we be sent two 1 tickets Our railroad fare up there and back fpr two woujd be about 60 We can have al most Chicago daily paper sent us freeThe subscription tate is 4 but all we have tp do is to run 36 worth of locals For 40 worth pf advertising find 25 cash we can own bicycle The wheel sells at jest 12 A bout one dozen firms are wanting to give us shares in gold mines for advertising A nursery firm will send us a 25cent rosebush for only flue dollars worth bf of advertising For running a sixinch advertisement for one rear we get a g I rRff of iBeware of Ointments for Cat rrh that Contain Mercury rte mercury will surely destroy the sense of sense of smell and com pletely derange the whole system when entering it through the mu cous surface Such articles should never be usedexcept on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damajo they will do is ten fold to the goud you can possibly derive from them HdllVCatarrh Cure manufactured byF J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be euro you get the genuine It is taken internally Rod made Toledo Ohio byF J Cheney and Co Testimonial free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for con tipation I j C IThea tcrjchocramoibui4 As c JeT RlItu tmentor f r AimIO93dnnl results obtained In IW i WORTS LSKE I rprntass L+ It oordrujrc tliifnTt U I care lo yet It rqr pond tx THIi 0iTARIO CiitMlCAt6CHPANY Gwelln tt V j IS A i I i vr t SPOUT SPF2INQi- Elder QeoW1ilc1itoBh was in Irvine one day thIs week l1J Wright bpught and sold some cattle on the Winchester court market Monday Lloyd Todd and Shelt McKinney were among the Winchester court visitors Monday W J Christopher bought a bunch of yearling steers at Winchester Monday for 4i cents per pound Saturday afternoon at oclock and morning tit 11 oclock are regular services at the Baptist church sj Thos S McKinney who last weeks completed a large tobacco barn Side it too small for his crop and lIftS begun thE erection of another large barn James F Glark and WJChristopher have bought the patent right forthe new pinless clothes line and will soon begin an active canvas of the county JolW Dawson has purchas ed of James Powell a grocery store in Wfbchester and will move there November 1st We regret that Mr Dawson will l ia SjI L t Crrr AWN Psee r r- u I ww A 1 t I leave iis but wish him succesain rhhis now A 1 There is amanfn a Yti town who is so slow that his neigh burs say only thing lOlfIBvero known to catch was tile I measles i ftilt NO tHEADACLl N JJ ierV fa A Gold and Sllvt wacho PPWUMI- J positive and pc ntaiftnt cure for nil 1 of iivumigia 11compounded by one of the brat CIIPIII Its In the tatc9 Positively Ims ho moiphlnoor danKiToud i piitu ii and will cure the y violent headache caused by bllloiwiiehi nervousness In ton mlimtw xri1 t fas directed It leaves the head clear 1t and tho strength renewed Thcola nothing J list as gouII Can be tJPU rr t by an infant and leaves no afjuralTvcW A few the man lestlllJhl ire haw rectIIMrs Dell AreyW1d diwp V lace if Your Nrtl AI9allei tI fo rden lava eli r j Itlrely cured the Headache Mrs Wm Filroore Albany X VM writf I Nothing like your NeneG I Htldaeiii PI t M Thy have cnt Periodic It uu 111 iuuld be sithoot liacnt Mr W B Pearl Wilseca Minn could not he vltbout jour Nor m Headache Powder I 25 cents n box at all druggist Write for free sample 1 SALLADE CHEMICAL CO FondduLac 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+ + + + + fo l 1 t WJTtI+ I I rA V0NC SON + lr T retII 2etuUna + Agents jL = t + Io + 1t uytorn Aiatatuokv p + + I h UJJvJh or L II + I3 JOver 200000000 J v 7 F i II 1It IJ i+ j very onel- wt oknowRanvthing about insurance know i they are leaders in this Jibe iIo It t + + +++ + t t e a- RUIT II t j 1 TRE5 IQ tottirQRCAA rRn1E1 t Write for Cat Iogue- MoAEoata i i rc 1 F 1I1Ilehm erf a V1 1ILEXINGTONL r sjnessventurci neighboringgS the t SASJUiDES Ig s and in tnoat or if of U wortw-e o J 1 MILLS mOUR We the Safeguarded iestsforIpurity lifesustaining Versailles INURE Inetaranoo I i Represented tit CI WE euvaWOOL Itaglit aItftUU luaiab IIIr M4 U rilIe If i r i IISAllloAII J epticS lyIDiaeasN4a- k ii io 1 1 l t i 0 av I Q Ii J iJrI Ioi y r a AyeK 1 0 7 rYHEI1Nlmfl i AN ALL HOME MADE PAP- ER1z t a lt j THURSDAY Sept 20 1910 1 r rOOAf BREVITIES JThe 1in 8uftr October 1st yeafb1iNU Walters of Iryiiiq was 4 rutin theity over Sunday I i Mrs Clarence flazelrigg has been very sick this week 2 The Powell Fiscal court will bean regular session next Tues say- t After OctQber 1st the Times 81 00 per year Subscribe today and save money fMiss Grace Shimfesselvisiflecf i friends in Cynthiana find Win- chestert this week V Mr and Mrs Carl Garrett vis ited relatives on Millers Creek IvSlrturday and Sunday I Grover Barnett of Clark coun tyfwasjiere this week and bought some young cattle t andsDr the beet Ills a creamy snow white ointment and one 25c box will fast three months Mrs Elizabeth Hjnes of Jef fersonville is visiting the family of her brother A U Estes Born Monday Sept 25 to Mr and Mrs John Kirobrell of this city a girl fri Waldron ryas very sick k several daysthisweek but has become able to return to his 1 Btofe I What to do hi Case of Accident If skin is broken apply Dr Bells Anti Pain at once and the wound will heal quickly and never sore Used internally and externally The infant child of No A Biir ghee has been jn a dangerous con dition this week from a severe attack of croup ELF Hillenmeyer Sons the old reliable Bluegrass nursery l men have their fall announce I ment in this issue Several of our people viewed a ring around the sun yesterday afternoon The rtyg was some I thing like a rainbow zaBloodPoison r Is prevented by applying Dr Bells f IAntlPainio cuts scratches and bruises It destroys all septic mat ter enables the wound to heal with out soreness Be sure to get Dr Bells Failures are getting more plen tiful over the country it seems Two banks in Kentucky have closed up the past week Best ever Used A B Helnleln Harrison Idaho I says I have used Dr Bells Pine tTarHoney for coughs aud colds and it Is the beet Thave over tried Look for the Bell on the Bottler rElder A Eatfeti fled the stand V the Xflirfofcian church i Sundaymorning arid Elder J T Turpin preached Sunday night r traced servicesti viJJ beheld i at this church following the next fourth Sunday J Best for tie hands a 8 UCJllpmanM86a Ry says j IusedDi1 Bells ant septia Salvo on mbands whichwereeore and find It UVeJbest hover tried It c cured them completely J vS I e I I i Ij J 1t r Best In the world I11 1 Hyatt merchant of Warren N C weites Please send enclosed order by mail Sutherlands Eagle Eys Salve is the beat eye remedy In the world 25c Uucle Qeorge brabtree of jte net Powell county was visiting his sister Mrs E II W Oox anti other relatives here Satur day and Sunday Beattyville Fnterprls6L It Saved Ills Leg All though Id lose my leg writes J A Swensen of Water town WistlTen years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me ur Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Tores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 26c at 4wannDay Lumber Cos store After October 1st Times 81 00 per year Renew before that date andsave money N For the first time in its his tory Fayette county will this year have a nine months term of the public schools which were opened this week in all the dis tricts of thecounty Heretofore thespublie school term in the county has been for only five months each year and the increased length of tli term is due to the fact that under the new school a special tax can he levied for school purposes Thp spe cial tux for Fayette sis fixed by tha Fiscal Court some tin eflgo is 1 cent on the 100 valuation of taxable property and out of the revenue derived from this fund the Courity BOard of Education- is able pot only to extend the term to nine months but also to erect several new uptodate school buildings and repair othersr Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause breakdowns Xou cantovertax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without Horlous danger to yourself If you are weak or run down or under strain of any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van dq Sande of Kirkland Ill writes That I did not break downr while enduring a moVt seVere strain for three months is due wholly to E lectrlo Bitters Use them and en joy healty and strength SatUfap tion positively guaranteed 60c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store ANOEiEV LYING IIEAVYg WIREueastL ssrAP 3 MNSAFsctrrMO DC ISALB ILL iUnion Bock 1eout ry FttnoIsou el me tile selenael gnu aarrtto Do wrrd Iord and rd d1- ao g O uu uWar i arlttepMlor11e I In f U a welt rue eobIfi 1 Lasu say tW- r r Most of th6ftobacco grown in this count has been cut and housed in splendid condition and the growers hpve found tobacco culture in Powell a paying crop if it can be disposed of at the prices of last lvear whichnow lopks like will bo an easy matter t Sore Eyes of Three Years Standing ciired Miss Efflo Faulkner New iCastePlIwrftell Sutherland Eattle eve Save cured me ora case of sore eyes ofthree years fit and ing cheerfully recommend it to anyone in needof such a remedy Jt CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian Endeavor program forth evening tiff Sunday October letat the Christian Church TopicSelf centered or Ohrist CenteredPleasingOurrselves qr Christ Mr Jim East What a GhVitian believes Mrs Tom Mountz Song by Society Love of self and its awful brimd do wetwant it 2 Tim 8 218GeorgeFletcherLife Mrs McGlone Songby Society The OhrJBt centered life at work in OhristMrs A 1L BurgherWhat is known of selfcen tered peoplel Mollie Johnson GetOhrists viewpoint through the Study of His WillEdmon Burgher Songby Society v Are we Riving the Golden Rule of OhristMrs Martin Songby Society I The Last of a Fiend would have beep about as welcome toA Cooper of Oswego jN Yas a raerjBies lungjpicking cough that defied all remedies for yearstwas most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never could at night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore luugs lagrippe asthma hem orrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly and never tails to satisfy A trial convinces 50c 8100 Trial bottle free Tts positively guaranteed by SwannDayLumber Co WZY WZ Z rww IM 1 CAPITAL STOCK S1OOOOO iSURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS 100000 THE WINORESTERIANItor NIIoraYIVITrrmnasrooNPrtssw YOURACXXU7NTS SOIJOITEP thE of fI + + + i I JvPflAlPPIN Watchmaker t Ht jeweler f I tReRjuoBable Terms SATISFACr TION GUARANTEED Line of I t JeWelry sS Spectacles Call dace me la the R River Hotel BiriHImg di1 CLAVCITYw 1 KENTUCKY 4i ii 1 ii illY y r fA r tterlfring us to run a luring udvertise1 ment of the hilll1Hewhat we fleece our neighbors out of There is some good land in the Southwest as there is every where but we adviso those who want to go there to go and see the land before buying Not Sisters Now and again you see two women pats sistersYoumother and daughter and you realize that a woman at forty or fortyfive ought to be at soPThetimately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that roundformWomen who have suffered from this trouble have found prompt relief and cure in the use of Dr A Manof Nerve 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SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized us the standard poultry remedy ot the world It Is the one remedy can be depended OIl wlth absolute certainty to euro and prevent Gape Cholera Itoup Irft Dlarrhoca and flU czlulnir forms of poultry dlsCt v drops In the driDlInpwatc keeps torts healthy and l Jifttoase A do bottA mukc8 1 +altuns of meelctao Fort TCof Blackhead aLdouicrc sea In turf ors L ourhon loultry Curs 1 IHAS EQUAL airs W V Rallto II KTur I II bllryeanandnowboaFoultryCure I have eyer used for Cholera and Gapes Iron umJ never are set that eelt We by ysayrtLutytrIriving them nouboa ioultry Cure I had fit S rnra turn for Cholets sad Umber sck Manufactured Bourbon R mcdy Cw LeslagtoaxyvsA- AtAll L wWntrS- talyby Loading DruagUte 60o psrSottts Trial Vial Fra Sold by Swanli=Day Lbr Co Hardwick CoM I Clay City i Stanton I sY K 1 Vital Washington News President Taft hns made it plain that he hopes tm1 Aspects to secure a renomination for the PresidencyThis that he does not even yet see the point conveyed in the returns of the recent e Actions It is evident to many that the President sees no sig uificance in the fact that from Maine to Oalifornia the candi dates branded with his indorse ment have peen retired to pri vate life by overwhelming majorities while those having his opposition have everywhere been elevated by the people In view of the decisive repu diation of the Taft administra tion in the recent elections it becomes interesting to know the identity of the men whose advice the President has followed to his political downfall Here are some of the men in the Taft cab iuet whose pedigrees mark it plain why Mr Tafts administra tion has failed to please the com won people Attorney General George 0 Wickersham Former attorney for the sugar trust it was he who induced President Tuft to recommend in his annual mes sage against a Congressional investigation of the 2000000 su gar trust underweight frauds inmtidiately upon taking office Wickersham dropped suits which IIL 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK- SDEIQ 8- COYRIGHTSm 4c mayqulcklInrtntlcn is probably p i nt ble Commnnloa UODllu1ctl conDdentlaL HANOBOK on Patent patentaPatenurperui notice without Scientific lmerkan- A h ad oalrlllottrated weekly Inret clrculation of mar idontlflo journaL Terms t3 a byWnewsdealersMUNN R btiteLILsletetedmet REPORT on pitenubllltr Patentpract lee exclusively Bends cents In stamps for Inralnabl book i on now TO OBTAIN and MIX PATENTS l partnersDe SWIFT CO PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C i I 3 Electric1 J Bitterstsucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme r S remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold a I over a druggists counter T t Short Breath For many months I had great iifiiculty in breathing and was un able to take much exercise The 1 use ol Dr Miles Heart Remedy was suggested and in Mix months I 1was practically cured t SLOAN Poynette Wis A sign of poor blood circulation is shortness of breath after walking Oxcitcjt est and safest thing to do is to take Dr Miles Heart Remedy Itis so sure to help you that it is sold under a guarantee that if the tint bottle does not benefit thp drug gist Will return your money CI o j j r had been started against the beef trust taking the position that he did not believe members of the trust meant to viol J law and that nothing could be gained through prosecutions for past offenses Wickorsham wrote legal opinion vindicating Balliuger and indicting Pinchot and Glavis Secretary of State Philander 0 KnoxFormer attorney for the steel trust hand of J P Morgan is seen by many in his conduct of the State depatment the Manchurian proposal for Wall streets benefit made A merica the subject of laughter in every civilized land and with the Orane scandal practically ended our influence for the doc trine of the open door Secretary of Agriculture Wile sonDoes whatever his superior officers Taft Aldrich Cannon etal demand iu order to hold his position has shown himself to be an enemy of pure food laws by permitting manufactures of food products to use beuzoate of soda in any quantity desired j takes position retail merchants and not trusts nor tariff are re sponsible for increased prices This js official view of the Tuft administrationCharles secretary of Commerce and LaborFormer attorney for the WaltersPierce Standard Oil company he is at the head of the department in which is located the bureau of corporationsSecretary of War Dickinson Harriman and Illinois Central lawyer shqwed his haul as a s stool pigeon for the railroads by blocking an independent line of steamships to Panama Secretary of the Treasury Mac Veagh His record is immaterial as Aldrich is real dtead of currency and finance of country BallingerExposedand dis credited but still in office Am Sufiicientjume has now passed to get the truth front Maine Au thentic reports show that the Democratic victories there were not won principally norm state and local issues us the Republican leaders have tried to represent The most prominent issued were Failure of the Republican par ty to fulfill its campaign pledge to revise the tariff downward high cost of living Oannonism Haleism questions pertaining to or it us J D I me n t once treatimii for mvcase- and your free to me la Jily In 0 u rr i How disease thelist onpoitt i jJeth y A j nr t i j J 0 prohibition The Democratic congrossional I candidates promised to investi gate and expose tic tllowlllgI The cost of living affected i by the tariff and the trusts Extravagance in government expenditures The part played by Mr Wick ersham jn the dale the friar lands in the Philippines The amount of money you and other cabinet members squeezed out of plutocrats campaign purposes when Roosevelt ran in 1004 acid how much Hitchcock raised for Taft years Jater The efforts of the trusts and syndicates to grab timber and lands and water power sites and Ballingers relation theretoIThe reasons why President Taft joins the Guggenheims in denying Alaska territorial governmentThe behind the rnb her schedule schedule wool schedule of the Payne Aldrich tariff bill The part played national officers in promoting the plunder fug of the civilized Indians of Oklahoma by lawyers claim a gents and politicians Republican candidates Congress boast of the generosity of Senator Aldrich in permitting a large number of articles to go on the free list inthe new tariff law And Democratic candi dates are telling what the free list really consists of Some of the things that the generous Rhode Island statesman permit ted on the free list were joss sticks bladders dried blood and horse hair Then there are birds eggs lemon juice turtles and junk acorns bones ashes zaffercatgut fossils Brazilian pebbles arid oakum ma One hundred and ftJrtv dollars street car tickets 251700 for hofseshoeing 42955 spap and brushes These are a few of the small expenditures of the state jepurttnent ofthe govern meat in 1900 The horseshoeing item is a gem itsa sample of the much boasted Taft policv of cuttothequickHeconomy1he item of 2 700 refers to the shoeing of four horses one year FRBE TO ALL SICK PEpPJE Sample of Wonderful New Medical DIscoverySent Free to all Sick Afflicted People S I will mail free of charge a complete home treutmenVof my won derful new discovery to all Mutterers who jill out the coupon below and send it to me today I want to tend you this free proof treatment to show you the wonderful curative powers it has Do not send money not one cent do I usk for this wonderful new treatment jim me for using the coupon below and I will send you at once the free treatment that hue cured others that suffered you now suffer I will also send fret my book How to Get Well for your guidance II you have any of these troubles fill out the coupon bildw and send to day Dr D Walsh rrCoupon for Free Treatm And Free BookY J1tIDr J W ALStfDox 2094 BOSTON Send all charges paid your gee bookall entirely My name address 4 Age long afflicted If is not on name hero I Jtfwt fir as of Oortel for four mineral to cotton and by for Also for for for write My Principal Trouble Has Make a cross X in front ofyour DeenITwo crosses XX in front of the which you sutferlnost Rheumatism Lumbago r Diabetes Oropnv NpunlgH Diarrhoea =Constipation Indigestion Headache Dizziness i h 4 n KidtieytrQllhlijI IVrnale trouble Torpd Liver Partial Paralysis Neryoun ld Malaria htinDlseaIes JlI1 + to yi X 1q i 0 Prof J P Norton of Yale university declares that theuin creased proportionate output of gold is not the principal cause ot increased prices Prices in this country under protection have advaned 50 per cent more than in England under free trade ho says In all countries under the gold standard the out operateuniormlly must some cial cause at work in this couuI PayneAldrich In the last eight years 09225 federal plliceholders have been added to the pay rolls of the na tional government at an annual increased expense to the people of more than seventy million dollars You cant keep your spirits up by putting spirits down SUTBERLUID1 EAGLE EYE SALVE Good for Nothing but the Eyes 1Dail by for the Aft pot 1st the rates will por Pay up now troubles because sure will you Remember that this great female WINE OF StantonRosslyu Beattyville subscribing WeAskYOuto CARDot 1 has sick women not you For headache backachetpans female ness said the best take Try in This Cityn BELLS ANTIPAIN For and Pains Women Sufferm- uch needless pain they delay using Cardui for their female troubles Cardui has to relieve headache backache pain in the side and dizziness arising from deranged organs It does more relieveif persistentlymany have writ ten to say that it cured TAKE me after Mrs decided ing CARDUIIStatiwnathat has a long Hrs and EustBound But why 8 suffer No2Daily P M A M 225 735 305 813 320 826 J 34 8 42 301 902 358 010 405 915 i14 922 4 O 938 485 9 43 447 956 510 1017 605 1115 610 1120 Lexington Winchester E Junction Indian Fields CLAY CITY Filpon Compton Tnnctlon Natural Bridge Torrent Jet 0 K Junction Jackson Save 60 cents Times during Septetnbet er be 81 00 = year wojare It help remedy brought relief to thousands of other so why to periodical weak many have It Is medicine to III Sold DR Internal External when been found than used them with to it L Ex Sun Onlt I II A N i P M AJlt1 Y 055 605 102 912 520 94fi 000 071034 845 453 920 825 435 002 815 426 854 C 809 420 848 803 414 842k 748 357 745 355 K 2 730 941 81 707 320 7M 615 2 257010 220 7O The Following CONNECTIONS are made DDiiyUeptSlnda Lde E Junction Nos 1 and 3 will connebt with thr C di 0 Rail way for Ml Sterling Ky Campion Junction Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with te Mnim tain Central liAiiwuy for passengers to and front CarnptrrKv Beattyville Junction Xos 2 will cnnnent with the L do A Tall way for Beatty yille Ky 0 d K Junction NOB 3 and 4 will connect with the Ut K 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