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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j hi I i V II f erfilErCLAY CITY TIMESri ty tiu J t t 810 a TearIn Ailvanei Via ihere to help Clay CityStfleSDrroDiiJing Country and Ourselves L liur 0her Publisher VUI XV CLAY JITY KY TJTgRSDAY OCTOBER J3 J9IO NO 91 Louisville Disappointed Tim population of Louisville in given out by the census depart nfont as 220028 an increase of Iff 197 in ten years 94 per cent Evidently there has been a great mistake made somewhere in the count since Louisville apparently has grownfaster in the past ten years than in former decades while the census returns show that it Ions not grown onehalfso notch It is known that hun reds of persons were not enu merated and many more are said to have eluded the takers not un derstanding the enumerators jinotives On these grounds a new taking will be had if it is possible when it is sure the city will show a imputation of no less than 250000 At Clay City a Democratic team named for Floyd Byrd befit a team of Republicans named for JohULangley in a game of base hull Sunday The Democrats weN much elated and say the November election will go the same ayEIIott County Dem ocrat Turkeys are Very scarce and will be high this year so are chickens Hogs are still soaring With all kinds of nleatfe so high it seems we will be justified in first going hunting Thanksgiving day to get a bit of meat for which to give thanks ti been sent t 1t6iipudon of Charlie 1itazler se1 o tenced to the for 3 OharIlieone year agoIIn some parts county there is complaint that the hog law which was voted in this county two years ago is not being observed i When you are Ready for your New Suit We are ready forjyou The new spring styles we are showing in mens and young mens suits will appeal to the most 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 is appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in and glanc- ethroughyou will appreciate the grace drape style and excellece of fit and finish We are showing a splendid line of Mens Spring Suits The fabrics were testedand well tedmuchcare given to the cut ting andmakingthe fit and finish willstand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finestgar ments in the State and youllagree with us once you see them Crop Report The monthly crop report of the State Agricultural Depart ment giving percentages and condition of crops at the closo of September contains the follow ing general summary wfhe month of September has bpcn a good one for doing farm work Corn cutting will he late There has been a great deal of tobacco cut most of the crop be ing late in ripening owing to the lateness of the season Some little wheat has been sown but much of the crop re pastureislivestock still run high The Jrniiil Lodge of Odd Fel Lexirigtontof the new Odd Fellows Home takes place The attendance is said to lo larger than that of any fraternal society which has ever before held their sessions in that city There are nearly 1000 del egates besides the hundreds of laytnon who are attending the meeting The full trade promises to be largely what the merchant makes it Get in the advertising wag on of the Olay City Times Mr Merchant and get your share of the trade W A Berry one of Powell countys dealers and shippers of fat cattle was here from West i 11 t 11 an pithgnaofli enough to sliipJohn P Riugo has this week moved to the Methodist pason age The Pastor Rev W P Fry tuna is a single man and has no need for the house Mrs Nelson Rogers of Dayton Ohio is visiting relatives in the city 11 a- SHIMFESSELSJltj 1 f I t t 1 tyr J- f 2 p Councmrieeting The city council met in regu lar session night and be sides trnnsaictntg the regular routine of business appointed committee tot investigate the probnhle city hull The treasurers report showed upward of 3200 00 tJte citys credit which shows Uiat the finance of the city is bang pretty well guarded by t ipreseat and efii cient board The council defer red taking t the questiopof ffl bridges in tl y until Uw next regular meotinwin November t At the registration was surprisingly light though it was to the Demo crats as it leaves them a plurality over the Republicans Independents Prohibitionists and Socialists of 0535 The total registration was as5fc follows Democrats 8729 Republicans 2561 j Independents 474 Prohibitionist 12 Socialists 2 Last year the registrllti 4420 Dem ocrat 2030 Republicans and 557 Indepen bents Jjwf The best way Many an unwise parent works hard and livessparingly all his life for the purposef giving his chil dren u start In the world us it is culled Starting yonng man out with money leftlby his relatives is tying a bladder jtinder the arm of one who cannot swum Ten to one he loses the IIl ddocraiidgo es to- tliaFtio ttgiaaclm j Eo Wi j1 und he wont need the bladder Give your chilIa good education Seo that his morals are pure his mind cultivated rood his whole nature subservientto the laws that govern man and you will give that will be of more Value than the In dies You have liven him a start no misfortune can him of The earlier teach him to depend upon himself the betterEx change The Burley tobacco society has been selling their last years crop of tobacco by public auction in Lexington They average price realized for the tobacco is 12 eta This tobaccolwd all been redri ed and is not equal to more than nine cents green Tie failure of the pool this yearis responsible for the present low price If You Have Any Doubt of the merit of Dr Bells Tinetar Honey one bottle will remove that doubt and your eQughat the same time Look for the bell on the bottle It is the genuine The action oftlie East Tennes see Telephone Company in its business at Frankfort has given rise to an effort on the part of thatcity to rid ofit An action in court with this end in view has been begun by the city council The season of the year is here for chestnuts but wo have fail ed to see the chestnuts yet Ladies and Misses dont fail to gfo our new Full and Winter line of Queen Quolily and Boston Favorite shells we have them in Luieilt leather Gun metal Dull kidond plain kidinbutho huttbn and lacei I lIurdtCor t Stanton1 r 1 r J iriy t 1 1 5i Encouraging News News from different ports of the I district is very encouraging to those who hope for Democratic suc cess in the Tenth district this full Langleys majority at the last elec tion was nearly three thousand and this is quite u handicap and one that ordinarily would be almost in surmountable This year things are changed Some of the Republicans who have been leaders here tofore ore now openlyes ousing the Democratic cause und many others are secretly hoping that Langley will he defeated The outlook is such us to encourage ov miry Democrat to do all within his power to bring about a result so devoutly to be wished Winchester Democrat Official census figures give Cincinnati u population of 001408 It will be observed that the fig ures read the same way back ward as forward Possibly those superstitiously inclined have al so notice that either half foots up 13 and of course the total of the entire number makes two times 13 The average date for killing frosts in Kentucky according to government reports is October 10th but this year it is making it late This date October 18 and ito frost at all It has been very cool and frost has been expected two or three times but it manag ed totorii var c mist intittie- o pro en atly fns a all For a limited time only you cnn get the Times three years for 8200 A prominent Whitley county gentleman who is in a position to know started a few days agothnt Oaled Powers spent 890000 in the recent primary between him and Edwards Be further stated that ths money was given him while in prison and that ho would have to spend 00000 more if he defeated Bertram Adair County News Roosevelt in a speech at At Junta Georgia said By George if I thought 1 could carry la sin gle Southern state I would run for the presidency in 1912 It now begins to seem that he might as well say ora single Northern state too Our New Rate The opportunity is past and the last subscription to the Times at 50 cents per year has been received The price now is 100 per year Many came forward and renewed at the old rate thougha great many more failed to do so We intended to improve the paper before raising to 100 per year but our plans fail ed and we didnt get to do this consequently we are going to do the next best thing possible ac cept individual subscription un til the enlargement is made at 75 cents per year when paid in ad vance two years for 140 or eree years for 200 We trust many will take advantage of this rate while it lasts as after the paper is enlarged the rate will unydeviationwithin the next two or three weeks i The tariff they tell you is to york against the foreign manu facturer in favor of the homo manufacturer It works equally as hard against the American consumer as it does against tho foreign manufacturer The pt i iticians and the home manufac turers are all then that are un efitted by the tariff and as tly have had a twenty year feast and as there are one hundred consumers suffering to pomp ono manufacturer we think it ir time for a change If you think so Mr voter give A Flojd Byrd a lift November 1st iy stamping under the rooster Ollie Tames is stirring em up in the mountains His speech at Jackson set the woods afire with enthusiasm If the committee clinic keep him on the stump HI the 9th 10th and 11th districts till the election Kentucky would doubtless show up in the imct Congress with a straight Demo cratic representation Lexing tod Herald Langley has not got full confidence in Bradley and Willson limit has been after Teddy to come over and help him save the day If we were anxious about an excessive big majority for Byrd we would be glad to see the lion hunter come into the camp but as 2000 will satisfy us it makes but little dff9RP ewith us ItLangley would you wear rags eat acorns and walk to ntUd from tiny place you have occasion to go but Toe Cannon may dress in the best of clothes smoke his cigars and have a 12 000 automobile to ride two or three blocks and at YOUR ex pense Elliott County Democrat Administrators Notice All persons holding claims a gainst the estate of W A Hoskina deceased are hereby notified to file the same with the undersippfri properly proven within the netM days as the law requites or the sumo will bi barred and all persons indebted to said estate are also no tilled to come forward and make settlement II II Hoskins Administrator Farm For Sale 120 acres in Estill county on Ir vine and Clay City road 6 miles from Clay City 0 miles from Jr vine county seat yO acres in cull tivation 40 acres in pasture bal ance woodland with good orchard Frame dwelling of six rooms omit hall two porches brick cellar out buildings tenant house store room 20 x 80 feet one and one half sto ry Post Ofllee and stock of goods in store Price of farm including one pair of Jones stock scales if sold in 30 days 220000 Callon or write W G Patrick Kimbrell Ky John W Henry time photogra pher for the next thirty days will make your photo for you If you want pictures go see him and lot him do your work while you can set it- Dr Bells Pine TarHoney For Coughs and Colds I tI y Li f THE TIMES 1uuUSriEO EVEnT THURSDA- YSubscription it rates SI a year or three years in advance 82 J C burglierlubHsher Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday v Oct 13 1910 Selling In Open Competition The snn never sets on Chan dler Price presse as they are sold the world over in comp ti tion with the best makes of English German and French presses The above is from a circular advertising the printing press mentioned Owing to the tariff we American printers must pay where the press is made some thing like 75 more on each press than the fqreigner has to pay for the same press And the writer knows for a certainty that these presses are now selling in this country for 75 each more than they did under the Democratic administration There were no foreign pieces sold in this coun try then either The tariff is not for protection it is for the pur pose of robbing the common pee pie If the Chandler Price Compahy can pay the freight on their presses and sell them the world over in competition with the best makes of English Ger man and French presses where they are not protected by a tar ilt why cant they do this at home where they have no freight to pay What istrne about the printing presses is also title of every other protected manufactured article Vote for Byrd and put a stop to such legalized pillaging The Hon A Floyd Byrd is making a thorough canvass of flid district His speakings arc being largely attended and great on tlur iasm is manifested wherever hJ goes He will wind up his campaign by a speech in this city Stjtirday night Oct 20 He will slie k the same day at Stanton a one oclockin the afternoon r In the First and Eighth Con gressional districts the Republi can candidates have withdrawn from the race ill health the cause The Republicans this year everywhere seem to be in poor health and we are afraid thousands of them will be too sick November 1st to call at the polls and vote for the remaining g o p candidates left in the field t Colonel Koosevelt took t ride in auareoplane at St Louis Tues day In thus we think the Colonel has hit his culling tit last Nothing seems tb suit him better since he returned from his Afri can hunt Support Your County Papers The Southern Farm Advocate believes that every farmer should support his own home or county paperregardless of the editors religious or political faith so long as he is honest The county paper is rarely ever more than just a living and the editor toils from early morn till dard in a dingy dirty litttle room ceaselessly setting type and scheming to make both ends meet It is to his own interest to boost his home community and he usually does so fearlessly and honestly His paper is the chan ne of thought for the county and his columns always open to those who wish to beheard It is therefore your duty to keep your subscription paid up in advance and not make the publisher carry yon over for months and months und conteiit yourself by saying Oh he knows Ill pay him sometime It takes money to run W paper evena little one n ndgoodi wishes dont pay bills Some homesick fellow has said i teWhen rtheenenipshttiQi fallin at tle eridin of the day- and a feller rests from labor smokin at hjs pipe o clav Theres nnthin does him so much go d bo fortune up or down as the little country paper from his of home town It tell ofgall the parties an the balls of Pumpkin Row bout who nt Sun day with whos girl anyhow the = I iBtmDmm 11I H COURTNKV Pres A T WiiiTT Cashier TIIEIIHI CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK KENTUKCYYr Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars I Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department h 4 1 J WHY NOT START ONE TODAY iIf i SAVE YOUR FOWLS I I Dncrbvn Poultry Cure In recognized as the standard poultry j dependedILlivbsniedt DarrionauiJiiiJ existing fonis of poultry dli Hhynndiresteamt v i tVcUhcaa unil ctbr dsctscs In tunt j fi 3ouihon Poidiry CureI HAG NO EQUAL robs W Ti 1I Last year i have beet from I- Ilfn Cuielsthemoststislraoryrcmedylbyeirincthemaourbanlbukpbon POllhI Curs llind Vo mberneck laalactUred Bourbon Remedy Co JSSSionly by u a A All Leadlna Druool t BOo per Bottle Trial Vial Fraa Sol SwannDay Lbrec Hardwick Co Clay CityantonrM xuNrk J4y e crops will grow and how it keops a feller posted bout whog up and whos down that little country pnnpr froth the OP home town Now I like to read the dalies an the papers too an at all times the yellow novelS an some other trash tcSo dont you But when I want some retrain thatll brush awaya frown I want that little paper from my of home town This is very truennd even if you have moved from one com munity or state 6 anotherit would still be a good good plan to keep in touch with home Southern Farm Advocate tLadies and MisseHt dont fail to visit our millinery ail dress mak ing department when you comet town You will BtTye mon yn any purchase you make there iiafdwick Co iji S ton ton cSPOUT SPRING Our school is progressing real iTiles was in Winchester two days last week D McKinney of Winchester wris here lust weeKLbuying milk cows for his dairy Mr and Mrs RA Kerby at tended the sale L Daniel at Virden Tuesday Mr and Mrs WlvG Patrick of Kimbrell spentfSunday with Mr and Mrs H + F Ohmtopher R S Christopher who located ii the Panhandle of Texas two years ago has returned homo to reside T S McKinuoy sold a pairof aged mules to Hurgis Allen this week We failed to learn the price paid for them Sunday will bethe first Jsgryi bytheFryman We b peYto see a full attendance The Honorable ATFloyd Byrd Democratic nominee for Con gress passed through here Monday enronte to Irvine Every Democrat and possibly a few of the Republicans iin line and will help to swell his majority iAll of the tobocco in thissec tibn has been cutfdnd housed wIthout injury fronT frost as has been feared owing to so much of the crop being late this year Small grain is now eing sown though not half as much is being sown that should bo1 4= bows Thisr We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any calEt of Catarrh that cannot be curcdbyHalls Ca tarfh Cure t v iF 1 Cheney CpITQlelo 0 vetthe undersigned have t1 own r1 Cheney for the last 15 years and believejlhini perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carryout any obligations madeby 1a firm Walding Kinnon Maryin Wholesale DrugglatBl01edoO Halls Catarrh Cu re taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces pf the system Testimonials lent free Price 75o per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation T Our Fall and Winter line ot- c WalkOver shoe are ready for yper inspection WehHve all the new lasts in patenleather gunmetal tan and in all klnds of Calf that is now r usedIiardwlelc Co 1 fi a ni RyI- r j II ii r 2 it j frY F T New Fall Millinery i And DRESS GOODS We can please you to a Queens taste tV in the very latest styles and the price- yy IaS attractive as the quality of the VVvgoods Come and see then youll 4 y be convinc- edSpecial V Prices on SHOESere We are making Special Prices on Shoos which you cannot afford to overlook In close times it pays to look out for t good guying opportunities so you have it here in Shows 1 Mrs WILLIAMSi Of Clay City Ky f t tTSE I HOPS Free S MILLS jjL PROUD HER CAKES Bread and the HOPE MILLS Success bread y to follow iwbetaypu use this high grade J everywhere 4Y Mfgd by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles tjf c I + + + + + + 01 010 rt loll I +4++trr+ + + + 4 1001 r i INURE WITH i l FJ LYON SON 1t I TheLeadinInsnrnneo Affoiitu r r + f + of JBattorn IContuolcv + + f Over 200000000 t+ + Represented + + 0t+ j I f f Every one who knows anything about insurance know r ti1AY are leaders In this line + lI+ r +++4wi1aa4 + + wr + d++++k++ + + + r 6 n FRUIT and SHADE TREES t 1Erekytblak garl t 1lndGARDBNlJ i I viyMlai 4 IWrite for Catalogue J F- o1eft j 1 FL enmeyerr I ons 01 LexINQTON il a + KYi rt j fyty + Nf r 1JI M V7 1N + ynJP ti L 0 Ly fJ tom it V r Ll tv r 4 9s 9 tn 1r 1- t1 n r X td t FLOUR tXt41y C r OF plea woman is who hnnade them from flour in or cake batting isallYayssure a fi satisfactpryflour sold o 4 Io o H J l + rr 4 + c 7 WE BUY WOOL t NIDESANoFUR titlatlkttt- r wc ci leIkilter far TN Una i etti or + etecite0eit fUfetMct ta Ball h LHUT vWe unhtMoolB ttFretawS lUffwi Write far free laL rBAI LR901i9ai ia ilTl1ItIJ I r t o i Dr Bells AntisepticSalve J Good forall Skin Diseases v J t ii0iF + r lf t I yr x- tY- r t I t 1 1t I flfn 4 41 v f 2I 3 THE TIMES l 0 AS ALL HOME MADE PAPER tHUkSDAYx j Oct i3i 1010 LOCAL J5 RESUMES IMrsPSiril r of Morebead isi visiting her Sister Mrs A T VVhitr r Joe Mountz who for some time has been in Gincinuati has re turned home There are several cases of measles in the oily and croup IS also prevalent Why People Cough is a mystery when Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will cure cough look for the bell on the bottleit marks the genuine It The fortyfifth annual session of the Kentucky Union Sunday school Association closed at Win chester Sunday To Be or Not to Be constantly coughing depends on Whether or not you use Dr Bells 1 PineTarHoney A few doses will atop that cough f The Rey J P Dagget and Mrs i DaggetVof Bristol Tunn came Sept 20 id taKe charge of the Highland Orphanage tfThe Rev Q J Chandler of 1 1I Winchester ia engaged in a se rice of meetings with Hurdwieks creek Methodist church i It will pay ybu to see oufline of ihens and boys suits and odd pints before buying elsewhere Hard wick Liu Co Stanton Dr Martin repotfsthe birth of a gfrlitOvWesfey Salyers and wife 01f 10tl uon toJr and Mrs Jody Wright on the 2th The census returns show the population qf Lexington to be 85099 20869 in 1900 This is a gain of 831 per cent in- V ten years l p It Looks Bad for You to have sore eyes Sutherlands t Eagle Eye Save will cure them Harmless and Painless guaranteed far25c a tube How Much Will You Pay to have your eyo + cured Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve only costs d 25c and will cure Good for noth ing bus the eyes 1 James S Barret probably the oldest active bankerjn Louisville nnd possibly in Kentucky died I t of acute rights disease He was president of the German Secunity Bank of Louisville t After Shaving use Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve It T f will prevent the face setting sore t It destroys germ and prevents I i contracting any disease 25c Sold every where 1 t Disastrous forest fires in North era Minnesota and the Canadian border have caused the loss of probabfy 800 lives and millions v in property Three towns in t Minnesota are practically wiped a 1 off UlcnapiKills a Murderer k q rAmerdilese murderer igAppendi- citls iwith marijj Victima But Dr KincVNew Life Pills kill it by i prevention They gently gtimulate tltom and buweisprevent- lug feat clogging that invites Apr I pundicitisl wring Constipation c Bliousness 25c ii atebwannhayLumber Cos store r k d 1l t f J r r f t I y d p n- L I VA rThe Rev J 0 Hniiley presi defit Of the Stanton College hils been called td serve the Presby lerian cluircli in this city Unsightly pimplesbluckhealls are very quickly cured by the use pfDr Bells Antiseptic Salve 25c Soltlevery where J Thet lion A Fyoyd Byrd Democratic riomih6o for oilgi ss Was here Monday morning and drdve over to Irvine where he spoke in the afternoon Two years here more political speeches delivered in Clay City than of the sur rounding towns but public k jug in Clay City has been a rareI thing for us this fall leans Business A dispatch from Washington says Newspapers from over the entire country have been recently given to understand that uncle Sams postoffice department meant business about two yours ago when it said that all mail subscriptions in the future must not be in arrears over three mouths Newspapers are now called on by the postal official to send them a sworn list of their manymailsubacribers rears over three months The department is headed south as rap idly as possible covering the wfiAleiiatian The enforcement of these means u revolution in the conducting of a country newspaper where credit was gen erouely extended by the publish ors to their subscribers iioRe they knew the subscribers would pay t Reaching the Top in any calling of life demands vigorpus body arid a keen brain Without Health there ino Success BOJiecfrId BftteriiTs the greatest Health Builders the world has ever knownTt compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood i tones and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tlhr of your daily work After months of suffering from Kidney Trouble writes W M Sherman Gushing Me three bottles of Electric Bitter made me feel like a new man 6ljiS at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Heavy hogs are slow and weak says a market report but common experienceproves that sometimes they dont act that way- REVOLVING I A1V EIi hEAVY W UKABILCHEAR SINSI wsinlLPI MICE lAl DEKALQIUi KANSAS CfTY MO S POUtfltY PENCE Yen Clow MesA IM ieeeebaa 4 0cu than male roe swot bowler settsee et odes tuL aI ttlllW ir t isi etlrrdi- y I fl i ti r- 1p Voters 8f oTay City and other fifth and SIXmcluss towns cm get one consolation at this time Of the year The obnoxious registration la irur these sizE towns having done away Wit htAll B6el Trouble Is rCIiivtdIroOH instantly by using Dr B I Anti Pain It destroys disease germs and stops InflHtriation Keep a bottle in the house Soldevery where It is held ththepure food law ruling out of market many adulter ated fond product has been one of the large factors in high pficed food und- ne surethut benzoate of soda and the adulterations have- been ruled out iIts the Worlds Best No one has ever made a salve ointment or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Cprns Burns Bruises bores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes ColdwSores Chupptd Huntls or Sprains its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Swann Day Lumber Cos store Another casd of cholera hue developed in the steerage of the Hamburg American liner Moltke The lines has been lying at quarantine off New York as a possible cholera carrier since Monday last This makes three cases of the dread disease which have actually port of New York Forced to Leave Nome Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and rackedwith coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not always sure There a better way Let Dr Kings New Discovery cure you at home It cured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelson ofjOalamine Ark when all else fa fland 1 goified 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all coughs and lung cures Thousands oW their lives and health to it ltd positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Croupall Throat and Lung troubles 50o and SlOC Trial bottle free at swann Day Lumber Co d There is to ue an eclipse of the moou in November And undoubtedly others not of the moon M wCvZ vI p OAPITAL STOCK 100000 e SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 100000 1 TI1A IWINCHESTER BANK Ky i N HOLLY WiTiiKRSPoqir PREH W IfcSpiiAn CASHIER f YOUR ACCOUNTS SOMCITED n nA + 4 + + t + + + J + + + + t ijPnAUPPINji 1 Watchmaker i+ and Jeweler+ oft I All Kinds of Watch sled Clock I a Repairing on Short Notice and t Reasonable Terms ATISFA + T10N OUARANTEeD UM of J Jewelry Spectacles iii CLAY IY wr UCKV ++ 1 + ir Jfll it 1 I t i I 41AIi t t I SilenceIThe instinct of modesty natural to woman Ioften a great hindrance to the Sure ofwomlcly tlkeeoes Women physicianwhicheemhorrent to them and so they endure ic tllence a condition or disease which surely progressed from hud toVorso alJrcattor modesty tn his otter or FRCE consulta lion by fetter 7SH correspond nco la held VPluceutllteltheputs the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who gives if a fair trial It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well suhstitutofor WagonExcellence Strength durability safety and utility are com bined in The Studebaker Wagon yearsironmadebygeta Studebaker wagon book and let us show you how good they are Lightest Running Wagon Made We sell the- Studebaker because we can guarantee it v Grubbs Benton Winche tell Ky r I ilardwiokCo A- vu3 rdSI I I3 t f Fall and Winter I1 J GOODSJtt 1 Our Fall and Winter good are now in and we invite your O inspection Our stock is larger than liver before To those i who have been dealing with ns we wait to say that we aruteven better prepared than have ever before to furnish you t just what you want and to save you monnv To thosetwho have not been dealing with us want to say that all we ask is an opportunity to prove to you that we can save 7 j you money and also better satisfy your wants than any ii other firm in the county So when in need of any thing in the following list or any thing in merchandise see what we have to offer you and get our prices if you are interest oil in learning where you can gut the most for your money Clothing Shoes Hats Dry Goods Notions Millinery Dress Making Toilet Powders and Perfumes Carpets Mattings Rugs SuitCasesTrunks Ladies and Gents Hand Bags Furniture Sewing Machines Needles Shuttles and Bobbins to fit any machine Buggies Wall Paper Groceries etc etc Hardwick CO Stanton t h A as i- I ai T u nom ir 41 1 I rrr Another Chapter Added to the Sngar Trust Scandal Now corms the remnrknble an nouncoment that the President has pardoned Edward A Boyle John R Coyle Patrick J Hen nessey and Thomas Kolioe four former government employees who were serving sentences for connection with the 2000000 sugar trust frauds in New York This action has raised in the minds of many the following query Did the fact that these men hoped for early pardons de ter them from fully exposing the men higher upl By placing steel springs in sev enteen pairs of scales the trust robbed the government of more than 2000000 and after being exposed admitted the crime by returning the plunder The Sec rotary and a few minor employes were sent to prison and four of them have now been pardoned The multimillionaire sugar barons into whose pockets the 2 000000 would have gone had not the crime been discovered have none scot free- Democrats and progressive Re puoiicFus sought in the last 1011 gres i o living about a ConsosB ionui investigation of the fraud believing it ridiculous for the administration to assume that a few 15 a week sugar weighers would steal 2000000 for some one else and lay themselves Ha 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE rTRADE MARKSI Anyone Nndlnlf aakateb mdd tlol1lD- qDlckleertaIA our opinion tnMt w ether au Inrontloa it ltebI mlDant tloni itrtctlr mnlldenUaldlAlIII1 onPctentl IDtaPateDUmIftOtkft wnbotNttoarga to time Sckwfffc RmrhafaA bndion Uhutntod weeUr James drcaution of any wlentUlo journal Tennt t3 71riBnlDcb TRAOARRkk cayeiteandoppr IrIInL I iceRtloe exciiulrdr aAII R ncrzucNou tookonDswiFitfILPAT 303 Seventh St Washington D C- EIectrcj BittersI Succeed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female I weaknesses they Are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE I It is the best medicine ever told over a druggists counter Household Worries The woman who has the care of children in addition to her house hold duties frequently finds the drain upon her vitality more than her constitution can stand She becomes nervous irritable passes sleepless rights has headache backache ann rther weaknesses that make life miserable For such there is nothing that gives such quick relief as Dr Miles Nervine which acts directly upon the nerve refreshing and strengthening them 1 jrna In a very week condition could not gain any itrrnirth on the contrary lapsed into nnrvnun prostra tion Had headache n could not 1 began upin J r Mil s- NervIne and grew Iwjt For weak women there III notlilrnr Iwtlfr MRS E a annpiuraoN Btlrldow hla- The tint bottle will binafltt If not your druflfllit will return your money 91Y1 ble to penitentiary sentences unless they hud been bribed by the men or agents of the men vho would secure the proceeds cif the fraud President Taft himself pre vented the Congressional inves tigation by recommending against it in his annual message to Congress He took the view that an investigation might give immunity to the men high up Republican Henry T Rainey of Illinois led the fight for the probe of the swindle contending that instead of assuring immu nity for the big thieves an in vestigation would only bring out their identity It developed that the Presi dent recommended against in vestigation of the sugar trusts crime upon the advice of United States Attorney General George C WickershamMr was particu larly qualified to give the Presi dent advice and suggestions in matters concerning the sugar trust At the time of his ap pointment to the position of attorney general an office which places him in complete and abso lute charge of the prosecutions of trusts he was a sugar trust attorney Mr Wickersham and Henry W Taft the brother of President Taft were members of the firm of Strong and Cadwallader of New York For services render ed the sugar trust Attorney Henry W Tuft received 26750 which he turned over to Strong and Oadwalluder tout the last thing Mr Wiokerslmm did before starting in to represent the people was to draw down and pockit his share of the sugar trust fee The wastefulness of fiixescol lected from the peopftf under the tariff laws is not ont of the least vicious features of protection American customs duties have necessitated a gigantic army of officials have increased the price of everything and have added e normously to the expenses of the governmentThe is divided into 160 districs and ports for the collec tion of duties Of these the expenses in forty are gj eater than the receipts the custof collection ranging forevttrydollar col lected from 1 58 to 800 41 all charges your flll treatmen for and hooknll ehlircly tree Itle lty minute My Itddes How 9IBml ylmur dlscaenr not In the oppugn eIIltI ereieeee y In the Alexandria Vay tlis trict the government sjjpnt tl- 2h4 to collect 10 In the Antiapol Md district it 950 to collect iaOO In Marys Ga district it cost 608 to collect 1525 In the Coos Bay Ore district it cost 1464 to collect 7081 And this years report of the secretary of the Treasury is not bad as Ia8tycars which show ed that in one instance the gov ernment had paid two men 1100 to collect 00 cents In his speech at tho Republi can National League dinner In New York President Taft said Our Democratic friends are say ing that if the Democratic party came into power it would reduce the expenses of this government 300000000It that Mr Tafts quarrel is rightly not with the Democrats but with Nelson Aldrich the Republican chair man of the Finance committee- of the 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