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THE TIMES.
riMlM4IIKI' VI.'KV T1IUKS0AY.
.Subscription rateeSI a year ortlirei
vcaw in udvjmee $2.
.1. 15. ISiirflhcr, 1'ubllshcr.
Knteivtl at M'cond-class mail matter.
Thursday, Oft. !, 101
CLUIJ HATES.
For tho convenience of our sub
suriberri, we havu arranged club rate
with the following papers at prices
below mentioned :
Tlie Times and
Courier-Journal $1.00
" Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10
" Louisville Herald 1)0
Home and Farm 76
" It bind Furrucr 1.00
" American Farmer 1)0
" Southern Agriculturist 7A
One tremendous expense being
borne now by American taxpay
ers that will be lifted in the event
of the election of a Democratic
.'resident, and Democratic House
is the cost of governing the 'Phil
ippine Islands, which is being
done against the desire of
of the Filipino people. Ten
years ago Senator Hoar stated
hi the Senate that up to that
time the cost had been $000,000,
000. Since then we have kept
in those islands tin average of
12,277 troops. It cost the gov
crnmen $1,500 annually to main
tain each soldier. The cost alone
of maintaining the military forc
es in thel'hillipines list year was
over $20,000,000. It is safe to
affirm that the sum which would
be annually saved, were the U
nited States to relinquish sove
reintv over the Philippine Is
lands, would not fnll short of
b50,000,000. Democratic Success
means the divorcing of the is
lands and Republican success
means their retention.
Theodore Roosevelt, candidate
for a third term as President,
said recently : "Taft. now repre
t.euts the bosses, and the Repub
Wean party is composed of them
and the vested interests of the
country."
And President Taft said
Roosevelt is not a Republican,
but represents a one-man party
whose chief advisers are the har
vester and steel trust magnates."
Senator LaFolIotte, of Wiscon
sin, also a Republican, says both
Tuft and Roosevelt are telling
the truth abouteach other. And
J.aFollette has had enough ex
perience with both Messrs. Taft
and Roosevelt to know what he
i talking about.
The answer is: WIN WITH
WILSON!
The (lovernment now has in
its vaults gold to the amount of
1,221,000,000. A large part of
thin is in coin or bullion held u-tiint-t
gold certificates scattered
through thu country. Of what is
Known a "free gold" there is in
tho tretifciiry probably $200,000,
(00. Under any adequate bank
iiigpystein t lua "free gold" would
I o ut the service of the business
of the country. If there were a
(.tress and it was decided that the
government should come to tlte
lescuo the only means of utiliz
ing this ho'ird would he for the
Secretary of the Treasury to de
posit it in tho bunks. Who should
it not be at the service of thu
country at all times?
The id would be more people at
the top if it wasn't so easy to
BMdf buck ngaili.
The Governor of the State has
proclaimed Tuesday, October 8th,
1012, us "clean-up" day in Ken
tucky. This is a matter of the
srentest importance to the pub
lic, as a united effort in this di
reotion will surely reduce the
lire waste, and in time the fire
rate. Occasioned by this, an ex
change very truthfully says:
"Ocober8 has been officially
designated as a elean-up day in
Kentucky for the purpose of re
ducing (Ire dangers.
If this day were religiously ob
served throughout the Common
wealth there would be fewer
fires to record within the next
twelve months to come. The
general removal of rubbish in and
about business houses, factories,
residences and other places would
amount to a big reduction in lire
hazard. The putting in order of
houses and premises in advance
of winter would save many loss
es that are sure to come other
wise through defective flues,
stoves and other heatingarrange
inents and through the neglect of
those precautions which, while
simple and easily practical, are
of much importance to personal
and general welfare."
If it takes Montgomery county
as long to go dry even after the
victory at the ballot box is pro.
claimed as it has Powell county,
there will be many a wet day yet
in Mt. Sterling. The saloon pen
pie find their business very re
numerative even if they do sus
tain a perpetual lawsuit in addi
tion to the regular license fee.
Whiskey was sold here for sev
eral years after the first decisive
vote whs taken. To finally curry
it dry throe votes were taken and
two of theur; thoroughly tested
out in the c ti."s.
SPOUT SPRINO.
David White. has moved to the
hall property from near Clay
City.
Miss Laura McKinney is visit
ing her brother, Marion McKin
ney at Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. AsaSnowden vis
ited rrieiuU at Winchester a few
days last week.
W. J. Christopher, of Clark
eouitfy, is here looking after his
farming interests.
Regular meeting day services
at the Baptist church Saturday
and Sunday. We hope to see a
good crowd in attendance.
Household Goods For bale.
I have decided to move away
from Clay City and wish to sell
my household goods privately,
consisting of most everything
used in housekeeping, such as
carpets, rugs, chairs, rockers,
morris chair, wash stands, dress
ers, bed steads, folding bed,
couch, stand tables, Dining ta
ble, kitchen table, aide hoard,
writing desk, cook stove for coal
or wood, a good gasoline stove,
three screen doors and 10 or 12
window screens and many other
things not mentioned.
Glad to show vou what we
have at any time.
,1. J. Gurry.
Gives Good Service
And has ample facilities to care for. -
your business needs. Have you a
friend who does business with the
"Clay City National"? Ask him.
3 PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Clay City National Bank,
CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they can
not reafh t lie diseased pritimi of
the ear. There N only one way to
cine deiifiiet.il, and that is by con
stitutional remedies. Peafnw if
caused by an inllatned condition of
l lie in ii eo iih lining of the KuMmh
inn Tube. When this tube is in
ll mud yon have a rumbling soiu d
of imperfect hearing, and when it
is entirely plostd, Deafness is tlx
result, aid unites the iiillumntion
eiiu bt! fuken nut and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever: nine
eases out of ten are, caused by Ca
tarrh, nhich Is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous
surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Deafness (eiiu
'rd by catarrh) that cannot hit cur
ed Hall's Oataorh Cure.
Send for circulars, free
F. J Cheney it Co., Tub d...
Sold by Druggist", ee...
Tnko Hall's Family Pills for
constipation. civ.
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RICHMOND. KY.
tl A Training
School for Teachers
Coor... leading to RlemrBtarj,
laternwdllM ft4 Life Statt Cer
tinoat,. Yalld la all PaMI'
School of Ktatackr, Special
i;oaraa ...
Canraca. TaUioaPreotoA.
nolatraa. To-oaateadlddor.
nltariet.aowlaodoltctiool, nw manual tralalna Jalldlnf
araatleo ached, dfpartnwat ft Mrtealijw. wjjwlpi
Makart. SMoad Tana NawmOcr 1 . TJIrl I T.ra Jaaaar.
IT Foarta Term April T. am School opaaa Jaao III.
Caulonorm. j. G. CBABBB, Pre.li.nt.
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PUBLIC NOTICE.
We take this method of further extending an invitation to
the buying public to come to our store and get their sup
plies. For several weeks we have been supplying many
customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great
saving of money. Now that we are started, we want to
extend our trade still further. Our one great
appeal for your trade is
Low Prices
on what you must have
to eat and wear. We are going to give you
our price on four staple articles to just show you how
we can save you money:
Beit Patent Flour Made, $3.00 per cwt
Granulated Sugar, - - 6 cts. per lb,
Meat and Lard, - - 13
Lard in 50 pound cans, $5.75.
These are only fair samples of oilier prices. Everything in
the house is sold at the same low price. Give us a trial.
H.Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY
n ,
IjHOPE a
rlffiy
BUY Athena Knit Underwear this
season get acquainted with its
perfect fit its daintiness its
wearing qualities the splendid way
it retains its shape and original
beauty after washing then you will
wear it always.
ATHENA
UNDERWEAR
for
Women and Children
is the latest and best expression of
true underwear comfort. Its perfect
shaping brings it snug to the figure
without wrinkling under the corset.
The extra elasticity of the fabric pre
vents its becoming thick, coarse and
bulky in laundering! The yarns are
chosen with special reference to wear
ing qualities. Altogether no other
underwear will suit "your personal
requirements quite so well. In union
suits and separate garments at the
price you usually pay. .
For the Children
Athena1 insures a perfect fit the first
time you buy it. It is long wearing.
Jlrs. J. W. Williams,
CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY.
Vf aTTS. I NJ rZOWSf oTOa-VI
aUWJaVUUaV
J
MILLS
FLOUR
IT RISES AWAY ABOVE
all other brands of Hour with the
bouxevvlfe who loves food home
made bread when she uses thu
PEARL Hour. It uniform ttml.
ty and excellence never disappoints'
her. It is the bent all nround Hour
on the market and givtsyourhrei.d
that tempt In: nud delicious ilavor
that iiIwhv delifilit the 'over of
good bread hen you ube the
PICA R la Hour.
Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky.
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