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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c 4 4rt I 2t i t l Q f L THE r CLAY I CITY TIMES 50 Cents a Year in Advance We are here to help Clay CiteSorronaJing Country and Ourselves 1 E Burgher Publisher Tp VOL XV CLAY CITY KY qH iRSDAY MAY 12 J9lO NO lh Bad Roads and Profanity If there is anything that will make a man cuss it is to drive a loaded wagon over our roads in their present condition Try ing to go Anywhere with a load now in Powell county is nothing but vexation and worry When a man puts a load on his wagon that one horse can easily pull on good roads and starts off to town 5 miles away with four horses hooked up and then gets stalled before ho goes a quartor ofa mile and has to pull every mus cle in his body trying at the hind wheel to help his team and then cant go he gets mad and x Usually a few cuss words will l slip out of his lips and generally a whole lot of thorn will let go Now if the roads had been smooth and hard the man could get to town and back in half the time with half the team and have no cause to think of using a single cuss word Then again if the unnecessary time and labor used in getting o Vcr our bad roads were only used In getting them good we would not have such terrible experienc I es in getting into town with a load The expense would be not so much in the long run and the hauling would be a pleasure We all now agree to this but let b some enterprising citizen sug gest that till who have teams with eight days hauling to do get fa f lth 1 Ii AAt rt 1 these bad jacted four days when t we can then do the eight days hauling in four days more and have the better roads hereafter without further attention and we wager a years subscription that three teams will not be on the ground Still we all want good roads what will we do tc get them 4Aswe go to press we learn of the death of G W Lyle Sr last night at his home at Furnace When you are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready for you The new spring Styles we are showing inmens 11 and young mens suits will appeal to the most critical andexacting dresserJ It willpay you to see the excellent 4 range of styles patterns and colors we J are showing We have clothing that appropriate for men in eyery walk of life Come in andglance throughyou 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 tested and well C selecled much care given to the cut ting andmakingthe fit and finish willstand the closest scrutiny We R honestly believe them the finest gar menu in the State and youllagree with us once you see them ouncll fleeting The City Council convened Friday night in regular session and transacted the regular busi ness The Council adjourned till tomorrow night without con sidering the telephone franchise introduced at the special meeting some days ago nor was the minutes of this Special meeting approved The local company which holds an exclusive fran chise in this city could not be represented at this time as Mr Watson was in the hospital Occasions to Smile Once in a great while an editor has occasion to smile and this was our condition a few days ago when we opened a letter from Two Buttes Colo which con tained a two dollar bill on sub scription from our old friend Nathan B Curtis who moved to that State nineteen years ago Two Buttes is a new and coming town near Mr Curtis and is the center for a new tract of twenty two thousand acres of irrigated land Died In Ohio Mrs Stanley Baber died at a hospital at Hamilton Ohio Thursday night May Oth of measles The remains were brought here and buried at the HardwicksCCreek ti lM r t fHtt Jy this city was twentythree years aid Sire leaves a child two years old It will be to your interest to see our line of spring and summer suits and odd pants for mOil and boys before making your purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty anlwe can show you all the new col ors and cuts and at prices that will interestyoir Hard wick Co- Stanton f USHIMFESSELS 1 4 t- Ck K A Bit of Theirlbwn Argument The tittletattle and his irra tional jeers andIauntfngremark- cannot swerve tbf of this papa in the performance of hisidntye The Times has all along maintained and persist ently contends tIatone telephone system is eria ht for any one cityor copty mwlever large or small a rs the Bell system poS elsing admittance believe the sate thing If any one doubttii let them turn to pages 22k the 1009 an nuaLr 7e directors of- AmeiiMti1i one and Telegraph Gpmpartyjiand there you will find this defense of the one system plan r Whorevej t systems exist each has with th s exception of a percentage com IDS to both a different JiPtfrSUbSCribers Those of large 54n4extended so ciul or basinessi nnections must connect with bwh while those who do nottxoftiect with both get only pftrtifcl service the same charact ksorvice offered by two street cjfifhiles each hav ing its tracksjjn and running through the main street of the town biSzektending into and serving e firely different sections of theGotnmunity Offering a o n ction with a socalled conmjBjting exchange haying a list of H8ipers either entirely iMr rep i- Eoltering a nt service ex cept so far as whey connect the sang subscriber add there it is of no benefit as either one would serve the purpose Two exchanges each withjthe same list of subscriber cannot in the na ture of things exist One or the other would bp unnecessary because a subscriberrwould be paying twitfefor t same service when either exchange all that could be olhained from both It would be like paying two fares each time you ride in a street car to maintain a paral leI line although you could ride in but one at a time Competition of that character increases the cost to you Competition is only of service when it reduces your cost or increases your serviceBy reason of duplications du plication of investment duplica lion of operation ccompetition Wi telephone systems cannot in the nature of things produce e conomy in operation and without economy there can be no re duced charges With only one system at once is eliminated the duplication of subscribers linesso also is eliminated the greater part of the unused and idle staff equipment and plant and with this are also eliminated capital investments capital charges operating sala ries plant maintenance and deg preciation That it contributes also to the comfort and convenience of the subscribers is in it self no small consideration This same report also shows that the service of each system costs more where ereiA compe tition than where there is no competition PrBellsPinelIlr Honey For Coughs arid Ooldfc J 1 I 1rial7 t ik 1 STANTON COLLEGE NOTES Another school year will soon I have passed into history for this institution Both students and faculty have put forth their best efforts throughout the en tire year and will the more en joy the vacation which will be theirs after May 10th Our friends and patrons have been a source of inspiration and encouragement to us during the year and we invite them to come out and join with us in our closing festivities and by their presence encourage the boys and girls Show them that you are inter ested in them and their work During our closing exercises every grade will take part On Wednesday evenig May 18th at the College Chapel the ad vanced grades will render a pro gram which will consist of the followingChorusesUnder direction of Instructor of Music Headings Under direction of Instructor of Elocution Drill Flag of Nations By 21 girls Olub Swinging PlllyA Case of Suspension Cast of Characters Dorothy Alice V Three College Girls Mildred Venal Rose r ii iBetsy Bpwen i 1 Tom Jack Three College Boys Harord Clarence Atkinson j Floyd Clay Frank Kennon Prof EdgertonA member of the facultyCorbet Davis Miss Judkins another member of the facultyIsa Chester Kathlem Maid of all work Ethel Baker Jonas The Janitor Guy FrazierThis is a bright little comedy The scene is laid in the dormi tory of a girls boarding school Two members of the faculty while on their rounds of investi gations get roped in by the girls and boys and forced to par ticipate in the evenings festiv itiesDoors will be opened at 700 oclock P M Program to begin at 700 Admission adults 25c children under 12 years of age 15c Proceeds to help pay the insurance guaranteed by the citizen Thursday will be a day of general merrymaking At 080- A M the children of the first four grades will give a program consisting of songs drills recitations and the many little things which children can do This will be followed by a picnic din nor and a general good time pa the grounds A feature of the afternoon is to be a baseball game Everybody invited Bring your baskets and spend the day withUS 1It 0 Welch and some other en terprising uitizfitB of Stanton are considering the Stirling of a Re publican paper ut that place Such paper succeed our best wishes for the promoters and worst wishes for the cuuse they uphold t+ I A Matter Well Understood The East Tennessee telephone exchange proposition is now pretty well understood by all four people and it is nonsense for us to discuss this question any further in these columns The people of this town and city who have been here for twenty years and longer and who will be here for the next twenty years the lengthof the proposed franchise dont want it and dont have any need for a double exchange in Clay City All the people seem willing for the Bell system to have a toll line in here with the permission of the other compa ny or an indemnifying bond from the East Tennessee com pany against all damage from its being granted them and it seetllW that some very few are in favor of geanting the company all it asks The Times believe the Council will do the right thins for the people tomorrow night and has no advance criticism for any single member of the honor able board For Congress W G Patrick postmaster at Kimbrell a leading merchant and citizen of Estill county and a foremost worker in the temperance cause of the State has been nominated on the Prohibi tion ticket for Congress in this district fhutWinchester DomL- oc at says At a State meeting of leading members of the Prohibition party at Louisville this week nomina tions were made for various State and district offices W G Patrick the seteemed correspondent of The Democrat at Kimbrell was named as the Prohibition candidate for Congress from this district He isU fine man if Ills party had any showing would boa strong man for the place A sad circumstance occurred at the home of Mr and Mrs W1 McGuire Friday when there was born to them a little son which did not live and Mrs McGuire came near dying also The little dear child was buried in the local cemetery Sunday morning Mrs McGuire is now slowly improving from her serious condi ion Mrs Kansas Patrick died Sunday night at the County Poor Farm near this city Burial on Pompeii Tuesday Taulbee Mountz left yesterday for Maten W Va where he has engaged employment at a large lumber plant Mrs Maud Vaughn and children of Lexington lire visiting Mre Vaughns parents Mr and Mrs E N Wilvon NOTICE All persons knowing themselves indebted to the undersigned will please conic forward and settle this same at once or else their account will he left in the hands of an at torney for collectionB M D r For Sale Seven room house and live lots in west end of town Apply to NC Walters Irvine Ky 1 r+ I i f t fM THE TIMES It9DA1 IUllLISIIKU KVEItY J E Burgher Ilitillshcr Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aJ Vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered secondclass mail inntter Thursday May 12 1910 It Isnt Fair The Federal Government is to slay issuing licenses for the stilt if liquor in territory where the local authorities have prohibited sale In several States the sale cf liquor is prohibited by statute in a number of States its sale is 1 rohibited in a majority of the counties and in all the States it if prohibited in many villages tivvns cities and precincts But in spite of the attempt of local authorities in these districts to prohibit the sale of liquor as a beverage the Federal Govern meat continues to issue licenso in contemptuous disregard of lo cal sentiment and local law The Government receives 25 for each licenso and in receiving the money it must either intend to collect that sum without giving anything valuable in return in case the one receiving the license does not sell liquor or to encourage the one receiving the license to violate the local law for he can not uso his license v ithout violating the law Can the Federal Government afford to continue a partner with law breakersW J Bryan in the Commoner It was first reported by scient ists that Halleys comet would probably strike the earth and destroy it but latent was hardly believed that it would do that but long in April it would be shining a bright light The comet has not appeared to the naked eye yet at all These same wise men tell us that really the comet which hits appeared every 75 years is growing dim i mer and may not be so bright as first thought for We are now beginning to think it doubtful if we get to see the comet at all I The American Tobacco Compa ny lust Wednesday declared a quarterly dividend of 10 Forty percent on 100p water td stock is getting it pretty fast Since tobacco has become su6l a staple article we suggest that the Government in a tioiv of the high cost of living give the tobacco trust a round Dnring tho 1 flues days of May the government spent 82602 OOU81 more than it took in Thi would indicate that the new taril law is a failure inasmuch as it iF not producing sufllcicnt revenue to meet the expenses of the government President Tafts definition ofa good Republican is a member of Congress who will vote for legislation endorsed by the Presyden whether said Congressman believe the legislation would be good for the country or not Vicepresident Sherman admits that his party may again revise the tariff Getting ready no doubt to bunco the public ir the 1012 platform The Democ racy however will bo commit sioned to make the next revision Cousiderable has been said and written first and last in dispar arrangement of our idle rich but apparently most of the real trouble is caused by our busy grafting rich If it willmake them feelany better the standpatters are at liberty to attribute the insur tents fire in the middle West to 3ttlleys comet You can any day hear of a wo nan marrying man to reform him hut did you ever hear of a man Harrying woman to reform her Newfoundland would like to trade overcoats witlu oaof- he Southern states for staw bats The comet rarely doesnt ex sect us to get up at 8 oclock in the morning to meet him Thorn era grads of Re niblicans out an outin u- noutdown an out an in bad Eczema yield readily to Dr Bells Arti eptic Salve You see an improve lent after the first application iVe guarantee it It is clean and ileasant to use 25c a box 5 V sHOE NEW Spring and Sum mer styles on sale Now Ifanything a little lit smart er and more exclusive than usual The kind you see on Paris boulevards Fifth Avenue too Every last and leather that a woman could possibly want at arty time HardwicH and Company STANTON KENTUCKY y k IdY 1111ti Y r Heavy rains the post week hav kept the ground ot to stir and n tide in the river the great er part of the tinier An editor receiveWtwo dollars and a cork from i delinquent subscriber Nheiik they niet later the editor saidt I understand about the money because that was what you owed but what does the kmean Stoper was the eply Call and see outmnoof ladi s and Misses Queeu Quality alld Boston Favorite1 J low cut shoei in the oneand two strapped pump Ince oxfords andrall the newest styles and leathers We have the most complete etockjever brought to Powell county Hlrdwic Co Si on Tho wife of Marion Hall a Letcher county farmer gavebirth to triplets the other dnytyb- oys und a girl atotal of sixteen children bbrri40 a mother who is only 40 years old There are two sets of twins A Man Wants to Die only when a lazy liver and sluggish bowels cause rightful despondency But New Jife Pills expel poisonfffrorn the system bring hope and courage cure ull Liyer Stomach and Kidney trot bles impart health and vigor to the weak nervousnndailing 250 at SwannDay Lumber Company storeThe home paper is always ir teresting to you whether you take it or not Some people win do not take the borrow it from their neighbors and while this inconveniences t Neighbor and themselves it cannot hell but make us fell proud that the v really cared enough for our pape to walk a half a mile each weeli to get it and aliioCtver odd cent It shows that these people an economical and that when our advertisers put an ad in our paper they will be ire to read it carefully and take lOall the bargains Catarrh Cannotfbu Cured with local applications 1 as they cannot reach tin seat of the disease latarrh is a blood or constituiona disease disease and in order to cur it you must take internal remedies Sails Catarrh Cure is taken inter jaDy and arts directly on the flood and mucous surfaces Halls Jatnrrh Cure is nota quack medi cire It was prescribed by one of the best physcians in this country for years and is a regular prescrip ion It is composed of the bes tonics known combined with the lest blood purifiers acting dlrecty- on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J Cheney dr Co Props Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggists price 75c Take Hails Family Pills for constipation try Bells Antisepuc Salve Good for all Skin Diseases i Fruit and Orn amefltalll 1 TRBE i l Everything for f ORCHARD LA WNIj and GARDEN ONE MILLION Strawberry Plants j Free Catalogue No Agents J IH F Hlilenmeyer J d Sons LEXINGTON x KYf 11 1161 I t t 1 b A e I p- Y1L1w 4 v f i y 1 I i For all kinds OF UptoDate i MILLINERYSEE It fJf t it Mrs J W Williams i The Milliner Jt f 11 xCLAY CITY KY I I f J j J 1 4 I A1t stWf fd I USE HOPE MILLS aaeo JI FLOUR 5- aettfralaltaat t f Grandmas Breadi- n 1 1010 and in her prime are two dif i ferent kinds of bread if she is using PEARL FLOURn- ow f II for her bread making YOU IritI are always proud of your bread + when it is made from PEARL flour because it is tho acme of sue r cess in bread JJ bakingr b4i I Mfg by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky tj I OAfOur aim Is this production 01 1 popular aptnaate 1 moderate price possessing that quality of vl wOrth value and durability not Inipianos selling atcomparative prices r I officers of the Piano Co are practical men whale lifelong experience of the buliding and marketing of is concentrated In the devel opnient of those essential quality features that attract i the careful buyer I 1 Our policy 1 ta one stJb of cue and one seeds of piano I thereby Incrrifiax our output r luclDirtli carter prodo lIon f I to the IndItJd u llty In theWkidndpianoJmpobletoobtatnanyOther Our new factory I the bnt quipped plantr jouclbellnlhttr1AIB Stolnwoy Hall Chloago III I i u to+ + sslo + H + + ++ I 101 I + oIor + HHHt + + + t+ 1 + + + + + INSURE WITIlk1F A LYON c SON I Afo + j Tho Landing II18UJUUCC Agouts It of JBuwter l ontit lcy t r + T iI3 Over 200000000 t J- t t t I l+ j Represented rl j i iV Every ono whoknbvvs anytlnngabout insurance knoW rn 1tI they nre leaders intthls Ii et e s I a i o 40aoHo F + JJtYd A +dA+ oI + tHt + y tt i1C4 r t I ITHE TIMES t t AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER THURSDAY w May 12 1910 LOCAL BREVITIES J Asa Burgher is visiting friends atMiddletown Ohio Ie Miss Sadie McGuire of St Hel ens is visiting her brother W e T McGuire j Dr Smith reports the birth of a girl to Mr and Mrs John Ringo Sunday Now is a good time to nuy your ginghams and white goods and get your sewing done before the hot Weather Mrs J W Williams tThe railroad Company has this week set out their flower beds in the city park here Mayor Warmouth has issued a proclamation calling upon all the citizens to clean up their premis es It is hoped all will obey For all Bowel Troubles use Dr Bells AntiPain Relief is almost instantaneous Is also good externally for all kinds of pains Sold everywhere Sheriff Wm Bowen Jr was down Monday and made a couple of arrests and took the parties to jail Theres a Reason For the large and increasing sale of Dr Bells PineTarHoney When in need of a couch medi cine try it and you will know the reason Jas B Hall the leading stave man in Eastern or Central Ken I J IW THUckyMvnB here a short while Friday ascSmall Amount You would not suffer one day for five times that amount Then try Sutherlands Eegle Eye Salve We guarantee it to cure Its painless and harmless Toney Phillips of Philadel I phia Pa who is visiting his lather Judge M A Phillips at Stanton was calling on old l friends in the city Friday Whats the Use r to suffer with sore eyes when one 2oc tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye I Salvo will mIre you We guaran I toe it You risk nothing Its a j x creamy snow white ointment Our spring and summer line of low cut 1 Walk Ovet shoes for I men and boys in ready for your in- spectiont Call and see them I Hard wick Co Stanton ItUghSalarlessalaries fort County Judge County Attorney I and Superintendent of Schools were raised to 800 each perl year The County Clerk was allowed also a salary of 400 per year in addition to his fees rW W Wilson loft Sunday for 1ineville where he has a good position in a lumber plant Mr Wilson is a line citizen whom we regret to lose but wish him swell in his new location J A Regular Toni Boy t was Susie climbing trees and fens e es Jumping ditches wliitling al j ways getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns 01 calds But laws Her mother just applied Buoklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals everj thing healabh Boils Ulcers Ec 1zema Old I Soros Corns or Piles Tryit 25c at SwannDay Lnnv IbenCQtsstpr 1 n t iij t G Ei 0 k 1 Mr Lee Judy of Bryant Wis and Mrs Kate Waits of Arthur N D are new subscrib ers added to our list from out of the State The cash accompanies each order Pine Tar and Honey have been used for generations in treating coughs Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey coneains both corn blued withother valuable ingredients Look for the bell on the bottle Be sure you get Dr Bells Mrs York of Booneville who has been with her sister Mrs Curtis Bowman near this city for some time has returned to her home at Heidleburg where her husband has recently located Why Experiment when Dr Bells Pine TarHoney has been tried with satisfaction for over sixteen years in millions of homes for coughs colds croup and and all throat and bronchial trou bles You can get it anywhere Look for the bell on the bottle Our spring goods are now on Our stock is larger than ever be fore We believe we can supply your wants better and besidesgive you more for your money than any one else in the county If we are correct in our belief it is to your interest to deal with us Come and look through andsee what you think about it Hurdwick CoStanton The Kentucky Court of Ap peals in the case of the Commonwealth vs Payne decided that Section 4274 Kentucky Statutes was unconstitutional and void in so far as it sought to impose a license tax of 100 a year on all sellers of patent med icines except druggists at their placeof business Lion Fondles a Child In Pittsburg a savage lion Ion died the hand that a child thrust into his cnge Danger to a child is sometimes great when least re garded Often it comes through Colds Croupand Whooping Cough They slay thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could have saved A few doses cured our babyaof very bad case of Croupwrites Mrs George B Davis of Flat Rock N C We always give it to him when he taker cold Its a wonderful medi cine for LaMes Bert for Coughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Hemor rhages Weak Lungs 50c and 1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed at SwannDuy Lumber Cos store MMM s POULTRY FENCEvorrClt II Mesh Nmrleld tmabMraadpp threes than nNantr write torWslo bovhr eta 1a OZ trderto an- re nslos oo oar m arItwru tnb ha- r CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian Endeavorprogrnm for the evening of Sunday May 15th 1910 at the Christla4 Church Topic Christs t Verilies John 6 26324763- Christs Miss Adeline Hazelrigg Leader Talk on Topic Bro McCon agha IHis VerilySure 2 Cor 1 1922 Gertrude 011 Iller A Prayer Venlyf Mark 1- 123Ruth arneBt7 Song VorkWntcli Pray No 719 A oit John 815 MraftMcGloue Tile Verilies ofJesusMiss- Ada Johnson Praver and FaithMiss Grace Shimfessel Birth of 1Vutei and Faith Maud WarmouhV Song by the Sunbeam Choir A Service Verily JohnIB 1217 Josephine Hazelrigg Serve One AnotherJamesF- aster 1 A WarningkYClly John 1888 Shelby Burgher Self Confidence George Fletcher 710oPrayers Answered Enza Edge A Promise Verify John 1- 023Toni Rose V Bread of Life rAda Roderts Song Harvest Time No 721 Benediction f Not only is the backbone of winter broken tjut wo are also suffering from a serious disloca 0010 tion of spring i An Ideal Husband is patient even with a nagging wife for he knowsshe needs help She may beso nervous and run down in health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excita ble troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bittersthe most wonderful reme dy for ailing women Thousands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy Try them Only COc Satisfaction guar anteed at SwannDiiy Lumber Cos st- orer rWn sK CAPITAL STOCK S1OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED I HOJ ITS 100000 TilEr J WINCHESTER BANK 01 WlNCUHTKK KY N HOLLY WITHKUBPOOK PUKH W R SiriAH OAHHIKH YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED i ++ + + + + 01 + + I + + oJo + IJ rlAUPPIN Ii Watchmaker t- t e Jeweler g All Kinds of Watch and Clock + t Repairing on Short Notice ands t Reasonable Terms SATISFAC t TION GUARANTEED Line of t Jewelry Spectacles tCall and see me in the Red + River Hotel Building I CLAY CITY r d KENTUCKY 0 fpd 1i- fl f 4 Dr Bells Antiseptic gentleman from Trlsg is guaranteed for tetter SalveIfcounty who reports the birth of eczema chapped hands his twentythird child oujjlit to running sores ulcers and in fact be honoreJ with membership on all skin diseases the Teddy homecoming reed botIter shaving 25c a ton committee Stomach Bloodand Liver Troubles Much sickness starts with weak stomach and consequent poor Impoverished blood Nervous and palepeople lack oratinl1forA remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver active makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives out diseaseproducing bacteria and cures a whole multi tude of diseases Get rid ot your Stomach Weakness and Liver Laziness by taking a course of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery the great Stomach Restorative Liver Invlorator and Blood Cleanser You cant afford to accept any medicine of unknown composition as a substitute for Golden Medical Discov ery which is a medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION having bottlewrapper Dt PlerceM Pleasant Pellet regulate and invigorate Stomach Liver and BowtsI Genuine Malta Riding and Walking Cultivators are the best Double and Single Shovelc PLOWSa- nd everything in Farm Implements at Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky a 1 M H COUUTNKV Pres A T VIIITT Cashior tu THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK 11 CLAY CITY KENTUKCY tft Capital Stock Paid in 5oooo Dollars a Pays THREE PERCENT INTERESTon time deposits 9 One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department i WHY NOT START ONE TODAY J LBr B1iSAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized as thostandard poultry remedy of tbo world It Is tho one remedy that can bo depended on absolute certainty to euro and prevent Gapes Cholera oup llabcrnect Dlarrhoca and nil existing forms of poultry dill eases A few drops In the drlnUlnit water Keeps fomU hoaltby and tlO from disease A 5o bottle makes I i gallons of medicine For tho treatment U OliickUcad and otUcr dlscasea In turnvys Bourbon Poultry CureHAS NO EQUAL Mrs Y W Ralsto 271 Lastyear have beentdsingchickenetoroeulrfitgyearand tom IpeJ- lourboD iIMrPPClaPuisicysays I find I bare ever used for Cholera and Gapes Manufactured Bourbon Remedy Co Incorporated gaff by 7 oa Kr u s A At All toadlna Druool t BOo per Bottla Trial Vial Free Sold bySwannDay Lbr Co Hardwick Co V ClayCityb n Stantonu 0I y v4a tf1 Lost or Stolen A bright red cow with horns vHglit about about SOU pound li Hush with tullk Strayed from the public commons itt Clay City Sun day night Liberal reward for im formation leading to her recovery or fur her return to- Win Mount Sr Clay City Ivy Acute Pains I suffered much pain in my right ami rheumatism took two of the AntiPain Pills and the pain was gone Gave a lady friend suffering- from pleurisy two and they relieved the pain in her breast- I A GFliLL Cincinnati Ind Because of their sedative influence upon the nerve branches Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve acute pains of nAture They are equalleffctive in neural gia rheumatism sciatica iocomotor ataxia or the pain due to trouble Ladies who have periods of suffering find that they not only relieve their distress but their attacks become less severe and after a time often disappear altogether The first package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they ore the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOl 1AfK TROUBLE it is the bet medicine ever sold ovrr a droppijt r Curer- tn11 Iohl wpt v 0 + prom T obtained In all countries OR NO Tit SndlopynghtareglwInered Paumpra40Ice I Send 1 rents In stamps for lnnnaba book PATENTStyhlell fitsW Ffuaiior1i PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D CII I 60 YEARS r EXPERIENCE- s t TRADE MARKS DESIGN COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a Sketch and descrlptlon may quickly nwertjilii our opinion free whether an lurentloii probably tentable Comrannlcs Clone strictly ounndent aall HANDBOOK on Patents lent tree Oldest agency IfCllnolr patentl Patent taken Slung IS Co recelYC tb- oStittilffie JJm riCan A handsomely Illustrated weeklr Largest dr enlatlon of inr fclentlllo Journal Terms 13 a year four months ft Sold byall newidealers Murm CO3810roadwar New York branch Omen t2S F Bt wnhlnston1 Co Vital Washington News At Washington the Democrats assisted by II handful of fighting progressive Bqpiihlicaiis have forced the administration to a bandon some of the worst of the corporationserving clauses pine ed in the railroad regulation hill by Attorney General Wicker shnniWickorslinin framed this bill niter n conference with six railroad presidents Wall street knew long in ailvtuicc of the public appearance of the hill that it would be so drawn as to nnnul tho Sherman antitrust law Rail road interests bought and sold storknu the strength of their ad walled information Had the railroad regulation bill become a law as prepared by Wickersliani it would have prac tically destroyed all that has been accomplished in the lust twenty years lo give the govern ment some measure of control o ver the railroads of the country No attorney general of the U nited States has ever been re vealed in just the position Mr Wickersham now occupies Instead of having drawn a bill that would tend to place greater afe guards about the rights of the people of the United States us might naturally he expected from n public ojlicer who is re ceiving a salary on the assump tion that he is giving such pro tection to the people Wicker sham has been charged on the llirtir of the Senate with having attempted to take from the mass- e even such inadequate safeguards as they now enjoy while at the same time giving the cor porate interests the right to merge and to do other things that the Sherman law has for bidden them from doing At the tinge of Wickershams appointment it was asserted that lit Inn IIPPII splWttntl by Presi dent Taft in deference to the wishes of the corporations of the country who had spent money v vIrtt 11tICithe Republican ticket and who demanded as compensation forth s service the privile of nam ing the attorney genera The unuuinl interest of spo cif I privilege in this ollUe may lo ifiiliitl nt full value when it is uacerxturid that lire attorney general Is in absolute budgetlf tn prosecuting machinery of the ubtteul- lti r lI Wickershitms np i eiit reaily was till result r IlrlIetwn arrangement or NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION I I This Manure Spreader is different from all others Do not buy without first I I Investigating the merits of tho same The exclusive features not found on other I machines s Drawn with coupling polo without a clutch or cog loadingthe anteed to pulverize all manure notice the throe chances This machine is built on a common sense principle of a farm wagon hence is the simplest most durable lightest draft lowest down henco easy to load into spreader on the market Backed by ten years I experience not an experiment Ask fOB catalogue X THE NEW IDEA SPREADER CO Coldwator Ohio T D111aYe r H 1i l 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vote against his railroad regula tion bill U Why do you act this way a progressive Republican was asking Do you nut respect the President of the United States 1 respect the President both personally Still oilicially was the replytaut I have yet moro respect for tho welfare of 00000 000 people of this country The President seilds the Congress a railroad regulation bill which the best authorities say absolute ly annuls theSherman antitrust law which is tIll only safeguard the people now have against the combining of the big railroads Along with this bill comes the ultimatum that our vote on the measuse will be considered a test of our Republicanism We are desirous of showiug all proper respect for the President but as between serving our conscience or the President we are put to the painful necessity of forsak ing tho President temporarily and of voting against his rail road bill VJ The reccntJYIIreformed House Committee on Rules is proving to be as secure aJxaUcornb for propos ed legislation antagonized by the special intereatfl rns was the old I KuNs Committee of which Speaker Cannon was chairman Nut single resolution wliiohniight adversely affect unluwful combinations such as the sugar trust has been reported favorable by the new committee Cannon dominates the raformed body just as effectively as he did the old Rules committee So far as practical results are concerned it is difficult to see what the Common people gained bythe enlarging of the committee and the elimination of the Speaker Attorney General Wickersham bus given out two more of his fa molts opinions One holds that the Secretary of Tarcannot lawfully refuse to award a contract for Pan ama canal supplies to the lowest responsible bidder simply because such bidder lias been adjudged in court to he a party to an unlawful oust and monopoly The other o pinion holds that Public Printer Donnelly has no right to abolish certain bracuhesof the government printing office simply because he thinks theyaro unnecessary and that he wished to economize The report that Roosevelt had written letters to President Taft Son In law Longworth and others indorsing the Taft administration was given wide publicity by the Republican press Careful inquiry brings out the fact that all of the persons mentioned in the story emphatically deny having received such a letter And Roosevelt de claret that he did not write any thing that couldjuive with reason j been so constructed An editor and wifdsagrre- with eachothermtiteriu 11y She sets things to rights and ho writes things tpiset She reads what others write and he writes what others read iiSlte keeps the devit out of thjIpusenB much as V 1- u F I possible and he retains hiin und could notgo to press without hint she knows more than IH writes and he writes niore than she know Some men seem to think if they get into uIIscrnp and the editor mentions it in his pope that he does it out of malice to n Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one 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