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V I CLAY CITY TIMESJTHES Of I I11 4 ft c n We ire here to Help Cla1 wftMSkroonJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Iohlislicr i J YOU XV n CLAY CITY KrlgOTRSDAY NOVEMBER 3 J9lO NO Jjl The Speaking The house was crowded to its titmost capacity last Saturday slight to hear the Hon A F Byrd Democratic candidate for Uongress speak in this city At torney 11 R Friend was present too and spoke first Hb was in froduced by Mr J A Sewell I Mr Friend made a splendid speech Mr Byrd followjng held t his hearers attention from begin ning to tho end He and Mr Friend was frequently and loud ly cheered as they revealed the unworthy reputation of the one John W Langley in goodstyle These speeches have done much good for the Democrats in the county and1 will help Powell to give an increased Democratic majority To Cut out 1911 Crop Farmers in Central Kentucky heartily approve of President lABus suggestion to cutout the 1911 tobacco crop in order to bring the trust to time Rankin i Roberts a prominent farmer of Brunnon announces instead of fobucco he Will plant fifty acres of sorghum cane and forty acres of tomatoes He is also arrang lug to establish a cannery at i- Yr Brannbn to bundle the tomato crop of himself and neighbors according to a report sent out from Lexington 4 I The lust Kentucky State Fair tt rp fJ tWr rofwliich wlff 1bitpfledon a debt amounting to more than that Slim The attendance broke all records for that institution Whooping Cough It is an old saving that whooping cough must run its course but the use of Dr BelPn PlneTarHoney hUll demonstrated beyond doubt that such is not the case It can be cured by the use of this remedy Subscribe for the Times When you are Ready for your New Suit We Are ready forjyou The new spring styles we are showing in mens andyoung 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 glance throughyou willappreciate the grace drape slyle and excellece of tit and finish We art showing a splendid line of Mens Spring 5uits The fabrics were teed and well selected much care given to the cut tii andtn3kingjthe fit and finish- win stand thee closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest garment in thd State and youll agree wJtnus once you see Jhm Campaign Closes This is the last week of the campiiign about till tiM been done that than bo doncin the way of work and it now remains to get out the vote If every Dem ocrat will go to the polls Tues day we believe that Floyd Byrd will be our next Congressman and every Democrat that stays away adds to the uncertainty his election A voter may feel that his one vote does not a mount to much but the district probably has one hundredand fifty on two hundred voting pre cincts in it and if Half a dozen Democratic voters in each pre cinct remain at borne it means the loss of a thousand votes and probable the loss of the election Hence the importance of every Democrat going to the polls and of seeing that his Democratic neighbor goes In time country precincts there are old and de crepit voters who willvote the ticket if they = get to the poles but who hits no way 6f pelting there See that means of ron veynnco use provided for siich In fact tie this one day to the service of the party and thin to the surviceof the cuuntryWin chester Democrat It is reported that Governor Willson intends to call an extra session of tho Legislature inDe cembor for the purpose of enact u le sl uptogive l irtlttiutiy an equitable tax system and to further the goodroads movement Ladies and Misses dont fnil to see our new Fall and Winter line of Queen Quality and Boston Favorite shoes we have them in Swede Patent leather Gun metal Dull kid and plain kidm both button and lace I lure wick cCo Stanton i SHIMFESSELof r y 1 r i c M t fI t i+ importanci l thc Study of Forestry The Statt e ation of Wom eos O1nbsKltasjinteresting out lines V 18Q8of 10 forestry for d1it schools or Wom ellS OlubW iThe imp taifce of the study of foresti Js ell illustrated in the I- Rooseve qlh uJtuii by President in office to th schoolelslr n in the United States f rbor Day which means uJt Day is now ob served lneti try State in the Union and tnMA y in the schools It is wilpjtlat you should cele thoughtfullytime tlteicnal needof trees will beCQ4Hous If you ct to prepare yourselvcis d for the duties and vfiJ i swhich full upon you f you do not learn thetsyou will need to know wipjraftchool days are over you suffer the consequences r afII1lation which in or the ttllfday and oohsnfies I t Husbanding must egg penalty ilfthe- p o dlgal ode Ixbor W difficulty him the bare meansofJIiiA is not meroly a- storehonsfl P11of wood but us it were a Woodmind at tit Rl y1a rrvoirfwater When you serve our forests or pjant new onus you are acting the pure of good citizens The vulue of for e try deserves therefore to be taught in the schools which aim to make good citizens of you If your Arbor Dny exercises help you to reulize whim benefits each one of you receives from the for ests and how bv your nqQjQta imp these benefits mummy continue they willserve a good end AmericanTobacco Company Sued The Qonimonwealth of Kentucky fhroiiirh B SI Huntsinnn Auditors Aspnt has shell in the Frnnklin Circuit CourtthJO merjcan Todnccn Company seeking to recover sums ngarozntinj tOOOO claimed to bo due the state MB incorporation tuxes and yet unpaid The petition sets out that the authorized capital o the Ameri can Company is 180000000 and that ifr only reported to the state and paid 118981500 its issued capital stock for the years 1907 89 and 1910 The law requires payment of incorporation taxes on authorized capital stock The Clay City National Bank has a npw ad in this issue that should he thoughtfully read by every redder of this paper This bank has peen doing business here for twenty years and has never beep disappointing to any of itscustomers Yenr money is perfectly safe when placedthere and when in their Savings de partment it becomes a safe and sure earning powrrl Start an account today5 no matter how small it may be Dtfivl pus Ltf wiiliout reading the now advertisement of Wai dn iV uhlsOHt They are of ouf1ld1g mer ant8 and de serVe a shire oEfyour patronage v t 11 r j M ii i1ti II Halloween Party Misses Johnsons entertained at the Central Hotpl Monday evening with a beautiful Halloween party The eventWas one of the most brilliant and enjoyable occasions given in Clay City for many days The building was lighted with jack olanterns and the guests were masked as ghosts making a wierd sceUE The dec orations were autumn boughs and corn shucks Delicious refreshments of fruits were served at 1030 The evening closed with an old fashion dunce which every one enjoyed Those pres ent were Mr and Mrs 0 Sliimfepsol Mr and Mrs W T McGuire Mr and Mrs L Loving Mr and Mrs A T Whitt Dr and Mrs Wm 0 Martin Mr and Mrs T P Mountz Mr and Mrs E C Vullmer Mes dames J D Williams E N Wilson T J Eletcher J H Burgher 0 Hiizelriggj E N Earnest Misses Bernice Clark Bertha Mupel Maud Fletcher Josephine and Aduline Huzelrigg Edna Earnest Lulu Mae Bowman Carrie Barnett Maud Warmouth Etta Roberts Maud HamdndS Grace Shim fessel Messrs Joe Mountz Pierce Keith Tom Shim fessel Georce Fletcher Gran Hackworth Pat Henry Ed Wil son A r P tilt Emerson Coulee Orate Johnson Dora Woods Sant Esskeed D LATE IZ I 1nrifrlt lii ftf KI illd Mrs Joe King died Tuesday of Measles Burial Thursday at Powells Valley The little threevpur old II n of of Mr and Mrs Win Buugiof this city died Tuesday ofumeni brnneous croup Burial Vednes day at Eaton graveyard i Wood Pulp Over 4000000 cords of wood were used in the manufacture of wood pulp for paper making in the United States in 1909 nI shown by time annual report of the industry issued a few day ago by the census bureau Tin cost of the transformation of wood of which there was 4002 000 cords was 84487000 This was an increase of about 500 n cords over the consumption of 1909 but of only about 89000 over 1907 The advancing cost of pnllIwood of all species is brought out in the report The total conIthoughexceeding 000 cords and the cost was over 2000000 more NOTICE TO HUNTERS SKC 1250 KENTUCKY STATUTES HAllY person who shall enter upon the inclosed lands of another for tho purpose of shooting hunting or fishing without the consent of tia owner or occupant of said lands shall be fined not less than five nor more than twentyfive dollars The following land holders hereby warn nil persons not to shoot hunt or otherwise trespass upon their property Your name will be inserted under this head during the entire nprn season for only 50c Cash must bo sent in advance Mrs Emma Mountz- J E Burgher p4vu Dr Bells iAntlseptlotSalve is guaranteed for eczema snit rheunm tetter ringworm running sores chapped hands and lips pimples oh the face black heads barbers itch sunburn iiect bits fever sores and nasal catarrh 25o Dr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs and Colds I E SALT t 1 Just received a car load of the gen- uineOldKanawhaSalt I IThis is the best Salt for preserving meat is absolutely pure We have it inI 1and pound and seven bushel barrels we are selling at per barrel 280 pound at 150 a Barrel 7 Bushel 185 We also have a line of General Merchandise which we are selling at a close margin t WALDRON A JOHNSON Waltersville Ky XO J 10 i JhJo i 1 4 1 + l TIE TIMES ttr I1aLBLlcintO EVERY XUUUSOAT fSubscription rates 61 a year or three v T years in advance 82 J btirgher Publisher Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday i Nov 3 1910 J j What the PayneAldrich Tariff Is Costing the Farmer When the PayneAldrich tariff bill went into effect says F canddatehio district the farmers of Franklin county Ohio were re ceiving 80 cents to OOcelits for torn The September option has just closed et 4i cents per bush el a difference of 66 per cent of the value of the farmer in less than two years aud only 85 cents per bushel offered for the new drop Last year September wheat told at Chicago at the close of the market at 120 This vear ft sold at 93 cents difference of 29 per cent Last year I received 88J ceii 18 per pound for my clip ut Ohib wool This year the best II have been offered is 22 tents to 25 cents per pound fur fhe same grade of wool a difference of u bout 83 per cent of my income Last year September oats closed ut 48 cents per bushel in the Chicago market and this year at 3li ceiitsVa difference of 52 per ceiitor wore than one half of my income from outs Woolen blankets fjopi thr perCentnited States Steel Trust and wire fence are 40 per put high er thud before the trust fixed the arbitrary prices Farm machinery mowers reapers and the repairs thereon wagons engines al1d1 manure sprtiuders ure selling from 50 per cen tolfiPptjrceui yiore than they cost under the manipula tion of the International Harv ester Company J Now under theta iff billj phe farmers of Franklin county get oil protection upon their hay their outs their wheat or their corn because they export 24 per cent of these products Therefore tjm tariff in no way protects any of the farmers products except wool and with a tariff of 11 cents per pound wool forthwith shrunk 8ivceot8 per pound in Ohio Thesqrfigures can he verified from Moodys Manual or by in= specting Otia Houghs records at Culumbusl Ohio or any other Reliable financial IQUSQ in the City Do you believe a man Ntlo reuses to pay hia fax is fit jfor a Congressman Do you believe a mac receiving 7600 per year PS an official of J this government and then must by turned delin quent cant pay his poll tax is fit to represent his people If you dont believe this Vote for A Floyd Byrd Tuesday I Colonel Roosevelt refuses vto speak at any placeavhere an ad mission is required Nevertheless Gol Roosevelt may one day earn a fortuhe on the lec ture platform by appearing in silence for an hour spectators paying one dollar to seethes how They would get ten times their moneys Worth whydoes Langley have to have an affidavitin his ppcketto sup putt every statement hat he makes Is it because he has toldBo many different talesand made so runny promises that he couldnt be believed except when under oaUi Jackson Times Langlev is armed with affidav its to substantiate some nf his statements tVhis this neces i ary Because he knows the people will refuse to believe j a single statement1 makes Tftey know ProriVissorVUohn jJe8 they know him will Mr Roosevelt saya he will tint be king but lie dues say that he will nof run for Pfesidentv again if tie gets the chance andmake the job permanent That is the wavOiiesar didluJ it took Dr i BrutusundaI knife to jeeparate him from it t es t v f Vote for Byid next Tuesday You will at least havethQ satis faction of knowing you support ed aman who4ells4he truth and whose word is as good as his i bond and who always pays f tax prorpPtlyt c I 1 n I It t n hf w Colonel Bryan is not making I his customary number of speech es this year Perhaps he Hesitates to say anything through fear that Colonel Itodsevelt awl tippropriute it i ji The onofVermont grows slowly In fact it iaal moat at as tan1slill It appears to h somewhat difficult to raise Republicans nowadast The Indiana Democrats sug Beet that Colonel Roosevelt call himself into convention and a dopta platform on which he can stand wherever hogpes Promissory Langley and Par eloped Ppwera wouldbe two mighty excellent mop to leave jit borne Owensboro Messenger j ii r i rjLadiesand lissw rdojit fail 40 visit our millinery find dressmak ing department when you cometo town You will save money no any purchase you makq there 1br4irtCo tf1 i k SAVE YOUR FOWLS Bourbon Poultry Cure In recognized AS the standard poultry remedy of the world It la tho one ranodr that can tic depended on trlta absoluW certainty to cure and protcQt Gapes Cfiolorn Ronp I tti berneck Diarrhoea rind un exlNtlair forms of dIg CUK H Altwdmprdntttcflrinkingv9tnrkoopsowiabeathyarid Ijio frn I i i i n i rn jni of medlolcu Lbt lo IllliL e I Bouriun toOUItFy CureHAS NO EQUAL I I Mr WWR riWrfHopltI rlII Kyiayi If MrFr ClaTPatfKyMy Lwtyear I bavebeentahl iyy ar I rIse t ndrtd M thfewnrliM I- Bourtnal dlinrCuielathomaataatUlactoivremedy I byaivlnctberdnonrtne Poultry Cure Hind I I have net used for Cbolela and Gapes J Q Sure cora tar Choler awl Limbenr- cckUlDulCtIIredBourbon Remedy Cot ISSSSSfa U S A v AtMl Leading DrugotaU BOo pir Bottlo Trial Vial Free- S I a by SwannDay Lbr Co Hardwick Co Clay City Stanton I f Texas can brat of ito early snow but wait for the returns from New York it wilt be a frost 11 inches deep SPOUT + SPRING Lloyd Todd visited relatives in 0Clark county lasfweek- W J Ohristopljpr Jn6f Fay ette county waStitf Tuesday G W Mclritofh sold W JEBurgher 158 acresjfof land atT10 pet acreIAJW Eorterr Winchester was here last week buying tobacco Saturday and SQdlywm beheld regular services at the Baptist church 1IJames Winn of Irvine was here Tuesday and Wednesday surveying some land for GWI McIntosh r J H Dawson of Winchester was here lust weekend was tak en sick while here which caused him to remain two days before bring able to return home I Our FllnHnd Winter line ol Walk Ovor ehoee are for vopr inipwtinn WtjhltVe all the new lasts in patent leather Cnn metal tan and jn all klnds of calf that is now used Hard wick Co- Stanton Ey Deafness Cannot Be Cured by loci applications asthtj can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafncxg and that is by con Dtituriohel renfedies Deafness is cfliisetl it ah influnieci1copdttionof the clot uut3 lining ofthe Justacli tan Tube W hen tflia tubiniein flamed you have a fumbling sound or imperfect hearing arid whey It ill entirely closed Deafness is the re suit and unless the fmflammation can be taken ont arid this tube re stored to lIt normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine ctteetout of ten are caUsed by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred DoU lars for any case of Deafness caus ed byCutarrh that canndt be cur ed by Halls Catarrh Care Send for circulars free F J Cheney d Co Tojedo 0 Sold by DrupgUtn75o J i Take Hans Family Pillsfor constipation t DID EVER- STOIITO J THINK h ji e that every time you J S SPEND A DOLLAR I not only the dollar is gone but the l INTEREST 0 r c 0on it for I ETERNITY f 4 Better save that dollar and t e the interest on it depositing it with us houc i- SAVINGS S DEPARTMENT Y 1 0- S fi J z I THe i Clay City 5 National Sank Clay City Ky CAPITAL FIFTV THOUSAND J j y F0f the Next i T Few Weeks- We IIiIIIII I would call the attention of the careful buy er to our splendid assortment of Ladies SUITS CLOAKS CAPES and SKIRTS in the different makes and styles t I Mrs J w Williams USE HOPE j ij MILLS FLOURI OF CAKES Bread woman is made them horn Horn MILLS flour Success cake is to IRPliia grade u Mfgd by ANDREW CAIN Versailles + + + + + + + + + 1 01 bi + + Co 1o + + t + to INSURE t I + E A LYON SON 1Tho r of QftMtorn Kentucky + Over 200000000 I ti represented + I t t t let athri Ji 1 about know it 4 j are loaders in+ C It V i m 2 b k r t tl +i i Iott+ 11IooM ++ + + +ii+++++ EtjA a T FfRult dtI bB1- I I a J TR EjJ trylstrt aI ft J Everything for f- kQRCffARDbAWIJ IIQ R Er CtJ1fqllll c M Jt ts l I f 1t fl fC ffnen1 ftt Sons tII PROUD HER and pies he who I has in breador baking always sure follow rwhfn you high find satisfactory flour sold everywhere J Ky ff44 KWIrJH F i i il fr1Jt insurance thisline Jot tM4r tWw 1 X1 U f itN + 11 u fr It Lty t1 WEBOV U v IYY JLJ HiDESANDF i Beiajlalen 4 xt s ds elNtMr tha tItr J3ISutf i tst1tIenIcta t Iuil ia iiitleo weal toMrlEtpreuWrile Iir J 1 IIJ SAIEL li SAIISItntlrb d JttiaTiIcf 1 j Dr Bells Ant scpticSalve I Good for all Skits DlseaseS9 THE TIMES ttS A IIOM AJE YAP KR = = L tiiuiIrA Nov JJ Jfa I to = === LOCAL BHEVITIKS IIiLGl1ltNS is visntin tier sister Mrs Ollie Sewell of Winchestir Mr nod Mrs Win Wall in of Flemingsburg lire visiting Tula tives in the county Your last wintir underwear may not he heavy enough sw UP before belying Mrs J W 1Villiaine Emerson Coulee of Mt Star ling spent a few days with rela tivea in the city this week I Mr andhireE B McGlon are visiting relatives at More head and ill Uarter county Our Millinery department iR teem with all tho pretty creations of tlleeeason t Mrs J W Williams See change of MrTo V Will inns advertisement and go and inspect her new fall stock Miss Carrie Barnett of Mt Jgrling visited relatives jn the city and county this week You should see our lied of trunks suit cases telescopes and traveling bags before buying burs1 W Williams Cluudo Sons Allen and Tom Rose who went to Georgia some weeks ago have returned home For Colic or any bowel trouble Dr Bells An tiPain acts like magic relieves ul moaftnstantly Also good for ex tornal pains Asa Barrow of Hedges wati here Monday buying lumber and visiting his cousin JudgeT J Fletcher It will pay you to see our line of mens and boys suits and odd pints before buying elsewhere Hardwiok fc Co Stanton t Fred Smothers has moved to town from tlio county to get ad vantage of our excellent school this winter Dr Bells PJncTsrHonoy Will break up the worst cold and ally throat irritation This remedy quickly cures Coughs Cold Grippt and all throat and bronchi il trou titles j v Mrs R L Tipton was taken seriously ill near this city Thurs I day night with passing gU- I stones She is much better at this writing Every Body Needs a good salve and Dn bells Antiseptic Salve is the best Itis a creamy snow white ointment Guar anteed for all skin diseases 25o + sold everywhere + 4 0 ofjfenow the first of the season tats I generaljail over theiStittOi tlcef- ortletkllUZlolptt laces and sever al sections experienced tilling frosts lit r 1 Skal WumeVuic a vote1DrI I banishingfTdull tc n Pr or- KeftilacIii jBon8lipu j9ji dispelling jcqlds imparting appetilirrtikl ton i p1 up h yscPUil O rtl unequal- I + 1 drtsy liMa sure 25c ot Swuun tsDaLtaieiCos store J r 1 it t i LIT Mrs M Rube whit wile sent to f the iisylum somu time last Spring has hurt released us enroll cud returned home j J Ws Burjilier sir AVinjihc atgr wai Iftre lust week anil boutcln lumber for a now residence he in building near that city A blixzird srruuk us Frid y when it riltiwid ant snowed und felt as cold as it does in till win I ter when it is at the zero point A new Btptasli lurch has Iitim organized Jit Winchester with 118 membors ThlIIIUII two Baptist chuiclnH for Winchester Beautiful Eyes are desired by every one If there is any inflammation the eyes cant be beautiful Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo will remove the imfiitn oration ttnd clear the eyes Mrs Peach Barnes of Preston Bathcounty who visited her sis ter Mrs T J Fletcher last week was taken ill of pneumonia upon her return home The Court of Appeals has re cently decided that a druggist cannot sell morphine or other poison without the written pre scription of a physician Will Promote Beauty Women cleriirimj linuty get wonderful hell from MiicTcluiiB Arnica Salve It linnishtrt pimnlfs skin cruptioiis sores and Ijnilc It makePthe skin soft awl velvety It glorifns tlie race Cures sure t yes cold enres cracked lip dill fltd hand Lest for burrle ecalilb ever sores cut bruises and piles life atSwannUuy Lumber Co1 d Store Hickorynutrt walnuts chestnuts persimmons fox grapes and even the yellow meated pumpkins are very short this year We may expect better Xhinsrs next year Saves an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed tll yawn i eftr Robert Madden of Vest- I1lirlfngt iii 1H whetitifter seven weeks in the hospital four of the nest p iyi itjinn tray him up Then WI x huwri the iimrV IIIUK iiirntiVM powe 1Elentrhtiittera For I1f ttir 01 hr niniifh of Frightful Nut f riini from liyerj oiihle and yel IIW jiinilic tttni no help from nth rtiiilie rdctnrv live hilt tlet iiuvurtkrhb+ II1 med t1l1l6 n fI Pnrntl him its psi ftiv- Is i MI tjreit for Stomach L r orIt iniulifea and na PIN Un ti fit 1 Swan nIut- Lu j C 0 Illtwit who is superintendent ofrn large stave job ut tilu to see home folks lust uechlIie will bo locator threqItnnnth9 Farmers ure busy gathering their corn TThe market seem to be wclliisiipplieil and the prevailing price seems to beUOl for picked corn und 82 straight from the figld Cheap Imitations Owing to the immense solo and popiilaritj rtf Dr Bells PineJar Honey tli tlrt muny cheap imita tions on the market under similur Bounding names but you cm al ways gut the genuine by looking for the nell on the bottle A delightful Halloween pnrty was given Itt the Central Hotel sample room Monday night Rv cry one present enjoyed UIOMIC casion iiueand all joined in extending their best ul lies to the Misses Johnsons for the vtry pleasant t ftern on and left for their homes at a late houri Blind Mrs Elilo Tiler Ravena Tex writes I was blind as a hat I used Sutherlands Eugle Eye Salve and it uvted like a charm tout the scum offmy eyes i ml restored my sight It is all you claim and worth its weight in gold 23o a tube A of tho Domestic Rein thins Cllur1fin Brooklyn has rul ed Unit a man does not have to support hismotherinlaw Tha may be good law but it is a dan gerous thing to try on some mot hers inauw Not Sorry For Blunder If my friends hadnt blundered iii thmkingI was II doomed victim of conFUiiiptjon I might not be a live now writes D T Sanders of Hiirroiisburji Ky hit fur yean they saw every Mtteinpt to cure n lungrucking eoulrh full At last 1 tried Dr KIngs New Dicovery TIlt eifeut wits wonderful It soon stopped the cough and 1 nun now in bet ter health than I have ha l fur rears this wonderful lifesaver is an un rivaled remedy for coughs colds luurippe asthma croup humor rlingeH whooping cough or weak lungs 60c 100 Trial buttle free Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co- Rf7SsiyStpffiT 53tPSt4Sii1 7 OAPITAn KTOOK 8100000 1 SURPHOS ANDUN u DIVIDED PKOflTS 100000 iT11I1WlNCHESTJBlR BANK ON WINOUBTIORK- YJrHoLrY i WlTWBKSPOOK Paul W R SPUAK OASUIKH I YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED I nAtn n z z n z z fo + + + + + U t + ++ fJH JpnAUPPINj Watchmaker 5 j Jeweler j VVWVVW 1 It All Kinds of Witch and Clock Repairing on Short Notice and j Ijjfi Call and see me In the iy River Hotel Building Redj tCvCITY KENrU T f A- Yi The Fountain Headof Is fheStomacl- AA who has a weak and Impaired stomach and who does not f properly digest his food will soon find that his blood has become todinsufficientlyDr PfJStOHtiia GOLDCU fiigDlCXZ ri GOVERY ofdlpesflveassimilation erfccf InvfSv ztca t3 llZf and lJlJodmkelflehbullclelatrona In hotly active In rrnd c J carl iI Judacnitnt rootsnbsolutelyfreeingredients arc printed on its WtapfIIt Ir s no relationship with secret ormedicineofmlDYWorlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr RV Pierce Pres Ifato N Y III onExcellence r Strength durability safetyand utility are com m The Studebaker Wagon yearsIronmadebyget a Studebaker wagon book and let us show you bow good they are Lightest Running Wagon Made We IStudebaker Grubbs fit Benton Winchester Ky 1I=IT Hardwick CO 11 Fall and Winter GOODS n nn- N Our Fall and Winter goods are now in and we invite your in p lion i f in over before To those whuhtv n vi Irc r vs want toslylltlWAnro tW1 fiettet reiiir1 I llivr HbCPVver before tofu rnih you just whit itvnm Hint u ware you money Po those wbo have nut iiHim deslintii h uo want to say that all we ask in an opjiiriiiiitv to rove to you that we Pan save you money Iod Jan h r HHtLify your wants than any I nthr firm in the county Si when in need of any thins fifnthe follow i1i Ntnr thing in merchandise see what we have to ITer von and oat our prices if you are interest 111l learning where you anget the most for your money Clothing Shoes Hats Dry Goods Notions Millinery Dress Making Toilet Powder and Perfumes Carpets Mattings Rugs SuitCosesTrunks Toadies and Gent Hand Bags Furniture Sewing Machines Needles Shuttles and Bobbins to fit any machine Buggies Wall Paper Groceries e to etc = r4 Hardwick Co Stanton t r1alrw5a tttigHltlrtllJ0 fh- w 1- r r Vital Washington News Indications are that Democrat ic candidates in all parts of the Uuited States will this year sweep in a verylarge Republican voteWithin the last six months the writer has traveled from Maine to California and back again in terviewing scores of Republicans in all sections There is a dis satisfaction in Republican ranks that has not been so acute in many years The people blame the Republican partv principally for two things 1 For permitting Joseph G Cannon to bo speaker of the House and for allowing Nelson W Aldrich to dominate the Senate 2 For increasing the tariff for which there was no need That Democratic candidates will profit from a great silent vote isevidenf A form reversal from one end of the country to the other such as occurred in Muine MaesuHniRetts New Hampshire New York and Mis noun should ciiise no surprise to the Republicans Everywhere Mu signs of tit times are omi nois for the fr 0 P And ev erywhere the Democrats are en couragedand aggressive and in most sections the Democrats are working in perfect harmony A prominent retail merchant 60 YEARS- EXPERIENC 7RioCs MARKS DESIGNS nPYRIGNT9CF a prempti obtalntdlnellcountriesORNOR TRADCMARK tend send Sketch JooeVor fhoto real tor praaoleeSend t ants In stamps for Invaluable book on NOM TO OBTAIN and TILL PATENTS partnerpatent L SWIFTCO LAWYERSVi303Seventh D C == =tel irrYiW r- u+ r l A lrhiBitterslll 11 Succeed when eVerything else fajb In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they ore the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND StOMACHrROUBLE- ItJ is the best medicine ever cold over druggists counter rI1 Morning Headache I suffered with terrible head aches I would get up every morn ing with such a severe attack and until I began using Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills never found anything that would give me the desired relief I have used them now for several years and would not be without them if they were a dollar a box SAMUEL KEYS Eaton Rapids Mich I always keep Dr Miles Anti Pain Pillson hand Before I began using tlt I had frequent attacks of headache but they tgavc me prompt relief MRS CARL HECKMAN f Minster Ohio The tint package will b netltlf not your drugglit will return your money e I a 1 of Rock Island illu expYepeed the view of a large element of the Republican party in these words t Although lam a Republican I am going to vote the Demo cratic ticket I am going to dp it for the good of the dry goods and the good of the people who buy dry goods We are getting tired of having to meet a woman in our store with the statement that the price of staple cottons has again gone up 2 cents a yard While we can not come ou publicly and take a hand in poli tics for business reasons I am advising allmy Republican friends to vote the Democratic ticketMen who deal in dry goods groceries hardware etc regard less of whether they are Republi cans or Democrats know well e nough despite all arguments to the contrary that the increased prices are due to the tariff If this is not true how does it come that an advance in the cost of living hits accompanied every upward tariff revision in the lisle ry of the country The increased tariff for which there was po need and which was passed by a Republican President Republican Son ate and Republican House has jucreased prices and everyman who voted for that bill ought to be defeated And must of thou will Yourtahle bill has doubled have your wages doubled You pay 100 per cent nlore for tour clothing blankets lull household goods has your salary kept puce with the increased cost of living Your rent is higher and your fuel is higher how much higher iyour weekly youhutsdoubled the cost of living out of busitfesb The cost of clothing trash increas YearsHlrustory 100 1010 1 pr51b allwool uJutiketea15 500 5ydhluesergt UIII 75 025 aOy unMeached cotton 1 20 220 5 yds jnmliii 15 75 B pieces lung cloth 3 75 525 3 d cotton Miid wool ilunl loO 270 5 yds aU wjjol flannel 275 G 26 8 yds cashmere 1 50 300 5 yds ebeviot all wont 750 1125 820 1641K05 your ire sly tuldress lntifli hurt Virden Murry Pace solda fat heifer to Winchester parties at four cents T S Curtis sold his crop ofto bacco toT D visat gents straightJL inslf Winchester spent few day with his daughter Mrs E D tjurtiis Mrs Mary Holder of Clark county visited fur sister Mrs Greely Snowden last week tyspent ter Mrs Dora Ware lust week The infant child of Leo McPherson died Monday and was buried Tuesday at Powells Val ley At about noon last the residence of 0 Curtis caught fire on the roof was soon extinguished with slight damage Mrs 00 Olemons who has been visiting her daughter Mrs James Williams in Bourbon Bounty for the past two weeks hills returned home Waltersville Butch Williams is very sick at this writing IMrs Jeff Merrill is visiting here thisWeek Roup Curtis was below two days the first of the week on bus mess Walter Potts arid family mat to the Oyntlia Devary place Sunday 1 Mrs Willie PaMon spent the day Tuesday witlwier sister Mrs TborntBa ker d J Mr and Mrs WalteifPotts vis ited his parents 1Iand Mrs D D Potts Sunday Mrs Lenin Smetliers and chil dren returned homoS ndIlY from a weeks visit to her father W S Rogers at Dayton Ohio Mrs Richard Adams and two children visited her parents Mr and Mrs 01I Olemnns nt Vir den from Friday till Sunday There was basket dinner at Powells Valley Sunday for th purpose of cuUjnii pimtor for the following year and Elifer Dock Parsons was appuutedto preacH FREE PRSCRtPiION Sent to All Who Askv Prescription of Wjnderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE Dr D1 Washs rnont wonderful discovery him vat llnNl such mnrkable success that he hUll decided lo saId a free prescription tO all who flll out the coupon below anti 1I1r today The ordinary doctor would clikr e front one to tune dollurs for writing a cphiuiun presorip tiou the s ecinliHt from live to twentylive holler to write preicrip tlon suitable to your case and offer m tlo it FREE will also sent you free of cont my hunk Ho v tofiet Well for your guidance Do not wait as you may tint sue this ofTir aja n hot out the coupon and send toilny Renirnijier it will cosyou nothing for this wonderful new pteKcriptisn tiiseuvetrjtmt t fillout c upii a idyou will receive prescription iirnl hunk by return wail ull chjirutK paid IrPrescription ic nQ TON MASS I pnlltyuurMud 11111111tlItirlI u tu tileJ isms Is- My Is 1 or t ir t 1 JJ 1 Age poil1n0gn91t ttd q It lti lint + t the inn t ttnrtidiFUi ti r I ll ft courrta Wednesday 0 but JI I i v N ed I a a y r I fill I Mylrlriclpal TrouhleHas Keen frumitufypurtronhloTwo 1 skit h vuhsuffcl most SF c=1liellmatlitu allotteeOmill Niirll 4t I I utrrleit I lintlnnhlitltitlprltln rHlvr uCli- ulizyu its I f e Fey v t hiihi trouble trIJlhlnf4il inEiilrwillronl 1tr I It nfliriilrilvsisfie N T Jl+ ily 1p vi toaL u- if t HooOtl Yolinni the infant cihiid of Mr and Mrs tee Stratton died lit their honein IennsjUviinia lust Thursday and + t bought here- for burial SitturditaWe ran on ly say Velroa is gone but slut forgotten TEAMS WANTED roVe have a boundary of timber in Powell Co known as the Abb Hall timber t nearRosslyn Kyagddo Biro to contract the hauling ofall this timber toa responsible lusty ftnd anyone desiring lo make bid On this work by the thousand feet write to W T Hicks Kiuhuiond Ky SUTHEBlflHilS BSLE EYE SALVE Good for Nothing but the Eyes Caraul temala Remember t- oiYou headache many medicine This CityP3 BELLS Internal For nervous tired women recommend Car dui Cardui womans medicine acts specifi cally the female organs and has tonic building effect the whole system contains harmful ingredients being pure vegetable extract you suffer some female trouble get Cardui once and give fair trial ITAKE It Will You lira Gardner Paducah tried Cardni writes think Cardui just have been usiijr 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