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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i I I 1 jf pa i tt I THE CLAY CITY TIMESi SO Ccntsa Year In Advance We are here to help Clay fthe Surrounding Country and Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher VOL XV CLAY CITY KYj HURSDAY MAY 20 J9IO NO 21 In Bankruptcy Mr H 0 Warmouth one of the leading merchants was forced into bankruptcy proceedings Monday The cause of the fail ure is nothing more than slow collections which prevented Mr Warmouth from meeting his ob ligations promptly as usual He has assets enough to pay dollar for dollar and have then euough to start in business again if the proper collections are made The many friends of Mr Warmouth i sympathize with him in his financial embarassment and hope it wili only be temporary In a flhort time it is expected to see him on his feet again doing busi ness at the same old stand a The rain which continues to full is setting farmers back greatly But little corn has been planted the last 30 or 40 days A good portion of what is up was planted the last of March and the first of April Where it has not been too wet corn looks very well notwithstanding the fact but little has been worked yet A ten days meeting began at the Methodist church Monday night The pastor is being as sisted by the Rev Mr Wright of Claijk county who is doing some very earnest preaching Serv ices t 280 in the afternoon and 4 4 7 I It ti btAII invited to attendwI ip A tl If YfOur worsI roads which reach come in March failed to UB until May this year March was the dryest and most spring like month we have so far had W J Mountz Jr head candy maker for the Fountain Candy Co of Cincinnati was visiting home folks here Sunday Geo P Burke well known miller of Rosslyn was transact ing business in the city today F rWhen you are Ready for your Spring Suit We are ready for you The new j spring styles we are showing in mens and young mens suits will appeal toJ the most critical andexacting 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 will appreciate the grace drape ftyle and exceHece of fit and finish We are showing a splendid tine of Mens Spring Suits The fabrics were tested and well selected much care given to the cut ting and making the fit and finish willstand the closest scrutiny We honestly believe them the finest gar ments in the State and youll agree with us once you see them Powell Raised ao Per Cent The assessment of Powell county has beer raised by the State Board of Equalization 20 per cent while 20 other more impor tant counties are not raised any This moans that we must pay 6 tax whore we would have other wise had to pay but 5 This is simply outrageous We dont believe there is a county in Ken tucky more fairly assessed than Powell We doubt if a member of this board was ever in the county consequently know no more about what our lands and property are worth than a man in New York who never heard of the county It is fen insult to every man in the county who gave in his property and to onr county Board of Supervisors as wellThe total increase for the Corn wealth by the State Board of Equalization on all property a mounts to 64000000 and is the biggest increase ever put on by any board since it was es tablished This 64000000 will bring to the State 320000 more in taxes than last year Death of an Invalid Miss Della Gravett died at the home of her father Allen Gravett near this city yesterday morning aged fourteen years Burial today at the Wells graveyard on Hard wicks creek The girhvas a gnpplo and bad t crutchesv She was in Very delicate health and had apparently grown but little since her affliction six or seven years ago The father has the sympathy of the entire community as this is the second child to die in the past three weeks Mrs Baber of Ohio being the other daughter Miss Jodella Sams of Rucker villa Clark County is visiting relatives in this city SHIMFESSELS OJ hr + r I c END OWN LIFE Tuesday bring the people of this city westartled by the report that M H G Walters a leading citizof Powell county had taken 8 own life at his home in Waif rsville by shooting himself with a shotgun under the chin wlle alone None of the members if the family heard the report o the gun but later found the bcjjiy No reason was left by him r his rash act Squire Aoh ins impaneled a jury compose of the following gentlemen ZjSiJeptha Smith Tom Edge A P Johnson Edward Rose R P jShso and Noah Anderson who brought in a verdict in aceordanc With above facts Funeral sewices were conduct ed Wednesd afternoon at the residence bylEld Z Ball and the remains laido rest in the fami ly burying Aground under the auspices of Masonic fraterni ty of whictipe was a devoted jf Mr Valtwas 68 years old and was onejcof Powell countys leading He had served one term asSieriir of the county and one t the State Legis lature Hens a most ardent Democrat an was admired by all the merasers of his party He leayeshwidow and one son H who lived with his RIVnlters was preceded by who died kl KK 3 r rfftiTMfr t Tfi About onoyar ago Mr Wal ters became partially mentally unbalanced but was thought to have about overborne this though he was still in very poor health and brooded a great deal over confinement indoors It will be ren e nbered that it was a dark dreary and rainy morning Tues day and doubtless this temporar ily prompted him to do what at any other time would have been a horror to him- Winchester Court Markets Four hundred and fifty cattle reported at the Hamilton Stock Yards on East Broadway and quite a number left unsold Two hundred and fifty reported at the Farmers Shippers Yard and about all sold Buyers complained that prices were too high Good steers brought 6J cents heifers 4i to 5i cents according to quality Among the the sales were the following Bev White sold five cows and calves at 45 each B Burnett bought a bull 800 pounds at 35 Gi W Halsey sold 15 steers 600 pounds at 5 cents and some of lighter weight at 24 each W L Byrd sold 16 heifers 525 Ibs at 550 4 steers 500 lbs at 625and bought 15 steers 575 lbs each at 80 per head Andy Dykes sold 4 heifers 625 Ibs each at 5 cents Mr Stamper sold 5 heifers 500 Ibs at 5 cents At Hamilton R Yards some hogs were also sold Those weighing 200 lbs brought 0 12 cents while those weighing 125 Ibs sold for 0 cents J L Martin of Vinton is the guest of his sots Dr Wm 0 Martin j k c J t r 1 kt 1 Distilleries Sued Suits have been filed by the State Auditor against all the dis tilleries in Kentucky seeking to collect taxes for the past five years on the income derived by the distilleries from storage charged to owners of whiskey The total amount sued for will be between 200000 and 300000 and for 60000 a year hereafter Each distillery will be sued in the county where it is locat edEvery distiller in the State who has a warehouse and col lects storage from the owner of whisky is made defendant The counties and cities in which warehouses are located will re ceive their proportionate part of such taxes collected The distiller collects five cents a month per barrel for storage or sixty cents per year Wants More Wheat Because the report of the crop condition in this State for the month of March showed a decid ing falling off in the acreage of wheat Commissioner of Agricul ture Rankin has decided to be gin a campaign to induce the farmers of Kentucky to grow more wheat and less tobacco He has a double purpose in this campaign which will be one of education He will try to get the farmers to go back to the old Jhehjyr oat tor iWliI mfiortaki roving It ground for their own use take their shorts and mill feed home and feed it to their stock and sell what is left and not until they have supplied their own wants During the next year Commis sioner Rankin is going to try to get every farmer in Kentucky to raise some wheat on his farm Resolutions of Sympathy Whereas God in His almighty will saw cause in His infinite wisdom to remove from the home of our Brother John McRoberts and his wife their precious little twoyearold daughter there foreBe it Resolved by Clay City Counsel No 8 Jr 0 U A M that they extend to Brother Mc Roberts and wife our sincerest and deepest sympathy in their sad and irreparable loss Beds Resolved further that a copy of these resolutions be spread at large on our minute books a copy be sent to the be reaved family and a copy of same CityTimesF P Adams Will SmethersJrJ Committee S C Rill O aAn old lady in Kentucky is re ported to have said 1 aint afeerd if the comet does strike for 1 have never played flinch nor rid astraddle and the Lord knows 1 am ready to go It will be to your interest to see ourline of spring and summer suits itndodd pants for men and boys be fore making your purchases This seusoris styles are unusually pretty antwocan show you all the new col ors and cuts and at prices that will intereetyou Hardwick Co- Stanton I Langley to have Opposition- A Paintsville special says The Hon W T Stafford of this county formerly Republican member of the lower House of the General Assembly from this district and whp comes from one 0p of the largest and most influenttial families of the Big Sandy Valley has announced his candi dacy for the Republican nomina tion for Congress in this dis trict to succeed the incumbent x Hon John W Langley Mr Stafford is so far the only an nounced opponent of Mr Lang leyMr Stafford claims that the whole plan by which Mr Lang ley is to be renominated is cutsand dried and cocked and prim ed and that he will at least get to tell the convention what heIthinks about it Mr Stafford is well educated and is one of the best stump speakers in the Tenth District The Paintsville Herald an ar dent supporter says that Mr Staffords name will never be presented to the convention but that he means to disregard the action of the convention and run in the general election as an in dependent candidate Mr Stafford claims that the convention was purposely ar ranged by Langley parties and to meet at Mt Sterling suddenly peremptorily declare him the nominee without ivin other as plraht tair eh nee a Increase Wages The Standard Oil Company has decided to increase the pay of its employes from 0 to 10 per cent beginning May 1 The payroll will be added to by from 6000 000 to 10000000 The high cost of living is given as the reason for the new wage scale We may now expect a slight advance in the price of oil we have to buy The advance in the price of oil will be fixed to meet the increas ed wages and at the same time to at least make that much more additional profit for the Standard Oil Company which always takes care of itself first The Beattyville Enterprise re ported fourteen marriages in its last issue This should make tho slothful boys of Powell turn green with envy Especially so since Powell has far the most beautiful bunch of charming girls of any county in the Stato to her size A CALL The Republicans of Powell coun ty are hereby called to meet in mass convention at the Court House in Stanton on Saturday May 28th at one oclock p ru for the pur pose of electing delegates to attend the Tenth District Republican Con vention to nominate n candidate for Congress which will be held in Mt Sterling June Srd lOW The Viva voce method will be used in selecting the delegates Ev ery Republican in the county is urged to attend Powell Co Republican Com For Sale Seven room house tnd five lots in west end of town Apply to N O Walters Irvinu Ky Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey For Coughs and Colds r J J 1e 5 JI + 0 4 THE TIMES n PUBLISHED EVERY THUItSDAYr =J E burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclass mail matter Thursday May 26 1910 What tiny Be It is possible and most proba ble the way the telephone fran chise ordinance was passed and if sold for Olay City to be sued for unlimited damages by the Kentucky Telephone Company whichnow has an exclusive franchise in this city This means that the city will be forced to squander all of its revenue for the next dozen years defending a law suit and paying damages which need not have been And after the city has thus been rob bed the local exchange will find the telephone business unprofita ble inOlay Oity and then probably sell out to the East Tennessee Co which will in turn show their thanks to the members of the city council for the unusual favors they now attempt to render them by giving the subscribers a neat little raise of 50 per cent in rates If the citizens of Clay City al low such an obnoxious and out rageous franchise as the one pro posed to go into effect now that they have their eyes opened they cant complain in after years when the monopoly squeez es them To Finish up Good Work Begun In a word from John Langley showing why he should be returned to Congress he says lie wants to go back and finish up the good work he has begun And say John dont forgot our pikes the next time we cant hardly get along without them It seems since you promised us those pikes two years ago our road surveyors just quit working the roads thinking you would soon put them into pikes and they are getting miserably bad If you dont hurry up these pikes our road surveyors will have to warn in their hands again and work their roads the old fashioned way With a Republican State ad ministration and a Republican County Judge it seems reasona ble to expect no raise in Powells assessment by the State Board of Equalization at least it looks like they would keep down the raise to 10 per cent as formerly But not so they doubled it this year 20 per cent It simply takes money to keep things go ing down at Frankfort and Pow 011 must pay her share John W Langley says he will not accept a government appointment but will certainly run for Congress Of course so Mr Langley has nearly two years to serve in Congress yet and doesnt want an appointment until then In the mean time ho can try his luck again at fooling the people in the mountains by telling them if reelected he will have Con gress pass a bill to build turn pikes in the mountain counties A mat from Jackson county comes forward and says that he solicited funds for Caleb Powers when he was in jail at Georgetown and says that Powers has at least over one hundred thousand dollars This statement is made to controvert the statement of Powers when he swears that hq has nothing and is 5000 in debt besides Our erudite comet editor says that even if the tail of that thing is 25000000 miles long its solid matter could be placed in a pill box but what puzzles us is to know whos going to collect it The world is growing better says Mr John D Rockefeller Mr Rockefeller should be im measly gratified that it is so in iBlargelyhiBf Eczema yields readily to Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve You see an improvement after the first application We guarantee it It is clean and pleasant to use 25c a box Call and see our line of ladies and Misses Queen Qualityand Boston Favorite low cut shoe in the one and two strapped pumps Ince oxfords and all the newest styles and leathers We have the most complete stock ever brought to Powell county Hardwick Co Stanton 111 q 2to NEW Spring and Sum mer styles on saleNow If anything a little lit smart exclusive thaner and more usual Whe kind you see on Paris boulevards Fifth Avenue too Every last and leather that a woman could ossiWy want at any time Hardwick and Company STANTON KENTUCKY I The uuderstandingtliutgooc- Senator Aldrich has k saved e nough outof hit salarysb that he can live in a modest ivay af ter his name has been removed from the Government payroll For that wanttoseeitKe comet feeling got up one morning at 2 p x and try to find iL Cure guaranteed permanent A Man Wants torDIe only when a lazy liver and slug gish bowels cause frightful despon dency But Dr King 8jNew Life Pills expel poisons from the system bring hope and courage f cure all Liyer Stomach and Kidney troubles impart health andvigor to the weak nervous and illng25c at Swana Lumber Companys storektenet Farmers about d01 planting cornLouis Hatton has purchased the Jake Powell farm and moved tp it The D of Aso SouthFork Lodge is in a flourishing condi tion J H Mullens of Lombard the census enumerator finished his district in nine days Some capitalists from Vermont want to come here to develop some certain minera1 resources of which Powell connty has in a bundance Olay City Commercial Olub take notice Some fox hunters their names are withheld by special request were fearfully frightened the other night It seems they came on to what they took to be where a bear had been digging for Yel lowJackets They at once reached for their crushers with their 4Iluhcltfhobk r sand made a beeline for home run ling under control ata Dan Patch gait Next day it was found too where some parties had been puncturing the earths crust for coalblootn iCatarrh Cannot be Cured with local applications as they cans lot reach tin seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constituional liseuse disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies malls CatarrlfCure is taken inter rally and acts directly on the loodand mucous surfaces Halls utnrrh Cure is not a quack medi cice It was prescribed by one of tbe best physcians in this country for years and is a regular prescrip tion It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the jest blood purifiers acting directly jn the mucous surfaces The per feet combination of the two ingredients is what produces such won lerful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Props To ledo Ohio SSS Sold byall Druggists price 75c Take Halts Family tills for con stipa tion Jr Bells AntisepucSalve Good for all Skin Diseases ly oIoIoI Fruit and Ornamental TREES Everything for t ORCHARDILAWN I and GARDeN i ONE MILLION Strawberry Plants j free Catalogue flo Agents I H F Hlllehmeyer SonsJf 4 KY i rya p r n yr n- r r rat +t I+a rj r 0 J 7 M J t ljir r ttiiA t- d jrPS r a t r o v r A ii1 f v 01 irFor all kinds OF UptoDate I i MILLINERY y1 SEErai j1 i F W Williams Z AW Mrs J S It f J The MillinerW4- OLAYCITY KY i t 7f I 1 J I I 1 r01 trMat 1v t 61 I l 4Jt r USE HOPE MILLS r g 41 I tf t I LOTJR yf t J Grandmas Bread 0 in lOlOand in her prime are two dif WJ a 1 i ferent kinds of bread if she is using r PEARL FLOURn- ow f for her bread making You aro always proud of your bread L t when it is mode from PEARL flour J I because It is the acme of sue JJ COB B in bread baking j or Mfg byJ ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky OAKLAND PIANOS I j Our aim la the production of a popular uptodate moderate price that of tone worth and durability heretofore not found in I Jpianos selling at comparative prices I j officers of the Co are practical I piano men whose llfe long experience In the and of le concentrated In the devel opmentofthoecoentlalqualltyfcatureethat attract I Ii the bUfer I Our policy U to onstyle of cut and one trade of piano I i1 thereby lnererelnlt our output redueing the teat or production y III- IIualltln to the minimum ui offer quality and Indlnd the da laMplano3mpomdhletoobnanyotherwg In tJInouttha flainh tyle workmanihlpand todurabllltyweclaim the Oakland the price 1 If your dealer dont hendtetheO piano WrIte cI1rec t to WI fur catalogue and Special Introductory price 1 OAKLAND PIANO CO j AIB Stelnway Hall Chicago UK rsk- t+ + ++ U 10 ++ 11 + U + I0 CH+ + + + + + z+ + U ++ tJSUREW t+ TH 1 F A LYON ex SOTi lrhcLcndlngoInnrnncc ALorttta+ ot ISuateru liontuoky a f Dyer 2OO000000 I + j i it oJ Represented Everyjone whoknowsangthingabout Insurance know l 1 1 t I thnvureleadersinithVilinQ li V 7 fYd r 6ifJt trb ++ oi + J + u pi+FaA M4idi WF F + r ViN firk- jUfa I tlt 7 O i X THE TIMES AN ALL nOME MADE PAPER THURSDAY May 20 1910 LOCAL BREVITIES Several from this county at tended Winchester Court Monday Mr and Mrs Wm Johnson visited relatives at Knowlton r two days of this week H D Ourry of Moorefield Nicholas county came home Sat urday and returned Monday Now is a good time to ouy your ginghams and white goods and get your sewing done before the hot weather Mrs J W Williams Bluford Crow of Cincinnati is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Albert Crow of Vaughns Mill Mr and Mrs J H Burgher of Winchester spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in tho city I For all Bowel Troubles use Dr Bells AntiPain Relief is almost instantaneous Is also good externally for all kinds of pains Sold everywhere Jas F Clark has returned from liockcastle county where he hast been visiting his brother Dan Clark The crop of bluegrass seed which is usually stripped after June 10th is said to be very short this year Theres a Reason For the large and increasing sale of Dr Bells PineTar Honey When in need of a cough medi cine try it and you will know the I l reason 1 I 1 Mrs Laura Haggard at Win chester has sued Charlie Fort ner for 50000 for t murder of her husband T Q Haggard who f was killed a year ago 350 is a Small Amount You would not suffer one day for I five times that amount Then try Sutherlands Eegle Eye Salve We painlessiNanticoke Pa is a city of 18 000 and reported by the Monthly Union to be without a newspa t per This is the largest city in the United States so destitute of I local enlightenment I Whats the Use t to suffer with sore eyes when one 25c tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye t Salvo will cure you We guaran tee it You risk nothing Its a creamy snow white ointment Our spring and summer line of low cut WalkOvei shoes for men and boys IB ready for your in speotion Cull and see them Hurdwick Co Stanton I The Sixtythird annual Con qlave of Knights Templar held in t Winchester last week drew the largest crowd to that city everI seen there The Conclave next I year will be held atLexington J A Regular Tom Boy was Sueie climbing trees and fenc es jumping ditches whitling al- I o j ways get ngIoratohescuts sprains bruises bumps burns or ftcaMs But lawsl Her mother I just applied Buuklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals every 1tbingbealabltHoils Ulcers Ec Old Sqres Corns or Riles 4Txyit 25c at SwarmDay Lure her Cosstore t e tI rt rt JfiJ r J Dr B R Smith left Ten sday morning for his new location lit Connersville Ind Our best wishes go with him and may hi s success be unlimited Why Experiment when Dr Bells Pjne 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 The numerous admirers of the Rev R A Irvin have liberally s ibscribed to a monument fund and the same has been erected to his memory in the beautiful Stanton cemetery whichadjoins the Presbyterian church of which he was pastor for twenty years 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 and see what you think about it Hardwick S CoStanton Appointment Deferred The postoilice at this place will not be filled it is claimed until after the November election The matter apparently hinges on Congressman Langleys indorse ment It seems that he thinks by withholding his indorsement until after the election he will have all of the applicants work ing hard for him It will not make any difference then for goodDomoerat can indorse whom he please The applicants can now sit still and wait Lion Fondles a Child In Pittsburg a savage lion fon dyed thehand child thrust into his cage Danger to a child is sometimes great when least re garded Often it comes through Colds Croup fled Whooping Cough They slav thousands that Dr Kings New Discoverycould have saved A few doses cured our babya of very bad case of Croup1 writes Mrs George B Davis of Flat Rock N C We always give it to him when he take cold Its a wonderful medi cine for babies Beet for COughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Hemorrhages Weak Lungs 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed at SwannDay Lumber Cps store UnIon Look Poultry Fenceu tb aMCbI rn su thu staid7Ir yard onbard cud rdn sad a- taorutrcudlbodtlar Will totcatloattna lar tor all rwrrw- IItlIOl ruca os1X1b m XaauII atty Ito i Hanging at Whltesbtirg Floyd Frazier aged 23 wa hngnt Whitesburg last Thurs dav for the murder of Ellen Flannary sometime in 1007 This was the1irstj legal hanBingto tike place inLetcher county and will be tho last legal hanging in Kentucky as the law substituting electrocution ut Frankfort for hanging will go into effect before another case 4of death penalty can be imposed Pine Tar and Honey have been used for generations in treating coughs Dr Hells Pine TarHoney coneains both combined with other valuable ingredients Look for the bull on the bottle Be sure you get Dr Bells The Definition of Man Man is of few days and many growls When the spring time comesjgentle Annie and tho rain waters the earth he complaineth because of the mud and a few week later his soul is grieved because of the exceeding much ness of the duet In the winter he cryeth beoiuse it is too coir1 and in the summer he would fain join and Arctic expedition that he may escape from the summer heat When the sun shineth it hurteth his and when iteyes hideth cloud it giveth him the blues When the wind bloweth he abuses the cyclone and when it does not blow joy departeth froth him and he tnoaneth Oh give us a lreze Yet verilly there is nothing which satisfyeth man He cometh into the world crying and he leaveth it grumbling And this too is vanity tAn Ideal Husband is patient even with a nagging wife for he knows she needs help She may be so nervous and run down in health that trifles annoy her If she IB melancholy excitable 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 bOc Satisfaction guar anteed at Swann Day Lumber Cos store y on WCYZ OAJJTAJJ STOCK S1OOOOO SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROBTTS 1OOOOO tJ TIlE WINCHESTER BANK OV WlNCliSTHR Ky N1XOUY WlTUBItSPOON Pities 1WR SPUAH OjisniEii YOUR ACCOUNT D- JPIIAUPPIN W o1 + ot I + + It + + + + + 050 + + + I 1 Watchmaker and Jeweler 3AII Kinds of Watch and Clock iRepalrlag on Short Notice and t ReasoB Terms SATISFACTION t GUARANTEED Use of Jewelry Spectacles J Call and see me In the Red t River Hotel Building CLAY CITY KENTUCKY + + + ++ + + +t + + ++++ + + +++ 1 I si srf fH a Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve ringwormIeczema running sores ulcers and in fact all skin diseases Good to use af ter shaving 25c a box lilIThehearts of men cannot be warmed with coldstorage se moos Strong Healthy Women If a woman ii strong and healthy in a womanly way moth erhood means to her but little suffering The trouble lies in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted for motherhood This can be remedied Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Cures the weaknesses and disorders ofwomen It acts directly on the delicate and important organs concerned in motherhood making them healthy strong vigorous virile and clastic Favorite Prescription banishes the indispositions of the peried of expectancy and makes babys advent easy and almost painless It Quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs and insures a healthy and robust baby Thousands of women have testified to its marvelous merits It Makes Weak Women Strong It Afakes Sick Women Well Honest druggists do not offer substitutes and urge them upon you as just as goodAccept no secret nostrum in place of this non secret remedy It contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit forming or injurious drugs Is a pure glycerio extract of healing native American roots Genuine MaltaA Riding and Walking Cultivatorsa- re the best Double and Single Shovel x PLOWS and everything in Farm Implements at Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky r Wij M H COUBTNKV PresA T WHITT Cashier I f CLAY CITY NATIONAL THE BANK I CLAY CITY KENTUKCY j Capital Stock Paid in 50000 Dollars rf Pays THREE PER CENT INTEREST on time deposits IOne Dollar will start an account in our Savings Department II WHY NOT START ONE TODAY 1fm a SAVE YOUR FOWLS I bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized as theitsndard poultry remedy ot tho world It Is tbo ono remedy that can be depended on absolute ccrtalnty to cure oDd Provenn Gapes Cholera p Lhnberneck DSarrboea and nil exist Dj onus or poultry dla- Cates A Sew crops la tilt drinking water leepH towls helthy and Irco from disease A bo bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine Per tho trtlJtmtlt Ct nllullhcud and other dtscusea in turliera bonPotdtryueHAS loin W W Ralston HopWawille Ky says JMr FP City Paris Ky aUwtr bodIniTbT1 Bourbon Remedy Co ISgSfo u s A AtAII Leaden OruoolU BOo par Bottle Trial Vial Fe Sold bygwannpay Lbr Co Hardwick Co Clay CityStanton I I F A1o v SPOUT SPRING Mrs 1olly Ann Clem continues very low Shelt McKinney went to Irvine Monday on business Mr and Mrs Asa Burnett vis itucl the letters sister Mrs Ohms Rupurd at Pilot View last week RtefinatisMy mother is a great sufferer from rheumatism and Dr Miles AntiPain Pills is the only remedy that relieve her MRS G DAVENPORTRoycefield J Tor the pains of rheumatism there is nothing that can equal Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They overcome that nervous irri tation relieve the pain and swelling while they have a tendency to allay fever If taken as directed they are invaluable to chronic sufferers as the weakening effect of pain is less ened Try themyour druggist sells them The first package will benefit If not your druggist will return your money Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fans In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it fa the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter t rEITllaDloMaIlKsletenf Send 1t1 Mod1 or PGolo 10r PatempracISend 1 cents In Unapt for Invaluable bookon NOW TO OBTAIN and BILL PATENTS partnerlwentD1 SWIFT CO PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh St Washington D C =60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnyone mending a xatcn ana whetherqnlckly ascertain our opinion free an Invention li probably pat Comrannlca Lions trlctly conadentlal HANDBOOK on Patents patentsPatentstptetal notice without cbanre In the Scientific Jimencaii A handionelr Illustrated weekly largest ctr culatlon of any dentine Journal Terns S3 a year t four months 1 Sold byall newsdealers IUNN Co3slaroadwar New York branch once 36 S 8t Washington G S y CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Christian Endeavor program for the evening of Sunday May 28th 1910 at tbci Christian Church TopicIs Ours a Christian Nation Ps 88822 Maud Wurmouth Leader We arc a Christian Nation Mr Burgher The Test of Righteousness Isa 5811Inza Edge The Test of Sacrifice Mut- t202128Gertrude Vojlmer Song My Country tis of Thee No 432 The BibleMrs Williams The Test of Blessing Nu- m2430Ruth Earnest Our Nation Gran Hack worthThe Test of Obedience Is- a119Mr James Easter SongOod Bless Our Native Land No 488 The Test of Justice Zep- h317Miss Mollie Johnson The Test of Priesthood 1 Pet UlOJoscphiue Hazel rich The Bible Our Treasure Mrs Marti- nSongDismiss us with Thy Blessings No 149 MizpahThe Lord watch be tween me and thee when we are absent one from another Virden We are having some rainy weather now John Sewell had a horse to die of some unknown disease A Curtis visited friends in 1W Tuesday and Wednes dayRev M P Lowry tilled his reg ular appointment here Saturday nightc1E t B Clemens of Lexington lvisited his parents Mr and Mrs 100 Clemons Saturday and SundayG Curtis of Pine Ridge visited his brother 00OurtisI Monday and had sonic blacksmith work done iu W Evermnn and Bennie of West Bund made a business trip to Winchester WednesdayWallace Woolley of Kidd ville visited his uncle T B I Ware Saturday and Sunday and attended church IMrs Bessie McIntosh of Indi visited her parents Afrm nd Mrs 0 Clemons Satur day and Sunday W m HU 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 the same The exclusive features on other I machines i Drawn with coupling I pole without a clutch or cog loadingthey anteed to pulverize all manure notice the ree I This machine is built on a com mon sense principle of a farm wigonhence is the simplest lightest draft lowest down hence easy to load into spreader on the market Backed by ten years I experience not an experiment Los catalogue X THE NEW IDEA SPREADER COColdwter Ohio uM MY Mr r ISTRICTLY IIIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE I POINTS OF MERIT The only vehicle that will ride level no matter how loaded Is absol utely free from pitching or end motion No roll ing or spreading ofaxles as the weight moves up easybecause Isnot in the nature of a torsion spring No tend IhterIf John McPherspnf of Clay City visited his 8isterMrs 0 0 Our tis last Saturda arid attended the graveyard working here Deserving of Support The country publisher as a rule is a bighearted generous fellow who responds readily to every show of appreciation of himself or his paper in the com munity There us perhaps no other citizen who contributes more to the growth and general prosperity of his town and cotta try round about than the editor of the country paper He is called upon to further every cause for the good of the town without even the suggestion of remuneration His shoulders are broad and he takes criticism good naturedly and at the same time is seldom applauded for the good he does as the advance agent of the many enterprises he advocates and really puts on foot There is more expected of him than any other citizen All sorts of people look to him for ideas on any question arising in the communitywhether it be religious political or social and lie is for this reason in a position to doa vast amount of good The editor is usually found on the right side of aril great moral questions that count for the ups build of the county or the town For this and other reasons he is deserving of more liberal sup port from the people at large than many of them really get When Marrlngels a Failure When there is trio much atch key r When dinner is N not ready at dinner timefWhen eit11ertt the parties marry for y When thewatchwordisk Each for himself Ween children are obliged to clamor for their rights When neither husband nor wife take a vacation- Whon he snores the loudest while she kindles the fire When the vocations are taken by one side of the house only When the children are given the neck and back of the chick en jf When a man attempts to tell his wife what hindof a bonnet she must wear When one of the parties engages in business is not ap proved by the other When mannbrs and kindly attentions are reserv ed for company or visits abroad When a mans Christmas pres ents to his wife consist of boot- jacks and shirts and gloves for himselfWhen the money that should go for a book goes for what only one said of the house knowns anything about When the lord of creation pay more for cigars than his better half does for hosiery boots and bonnets t When both parties persist In arguing over a subject which they never have nor never can think alike When Fathertakes half the pie and leaves the other half for the one that made it And her e ght children t The plant of the Reliance Man ufacturing Company atWincbester has been sold to the MoCorinick Lumber Companyjof Lexington The is composed of George Tornllnson and George lion both formerly of this city They together have bought a larg boundary of timber ih the South lidwill manufacture it into lum ber These hustling young men have the best wishes of a hostof Powell friends Icf If- I r 1 W At the saleofplnrsey cattle hot last week by Thomas E Kenney at Frankfort sixtythree head oj of brought a total of 8890C or an average of 8L41 a bead Th highest price was paid by B H Bull fc Son of Ontario Canada for the cow Aristocratic Fanny One finely bred suckling calf sold for 300 A well known weather forecaster last fall predicted that this year would be a wet one with fine crops in the end but next year hcsaid would be just the reverse and be the dryest year for wore than year past So far he is hitting it all right Saturday is the day for the Re publican mass convention at Stanton to select delegates to attend the district Convention at Mt Sterling June 3rd when a Republican candi date for Congress will he named John W Williams of Stanton bought last week a farm of some thing nar 160 acres near Thomp son station Montgomery county for 120 per acre from troubles women dui remedy for men women have used Cardui been not chances Cardui the old reliable for women TAKE Mrs Morgan Sneedville Tcnn writes suffered with turn tried many without relief notsitup took Cardui housework have many Cardui recommend sick itAT DRUG OF WestBound Il 225 735 305 813 320 826 334 902 358 910 915 I 022 430 938 435 943 417 950 510 605 1115 610 Stations Lexington WinchesterL CITY Cnmptnn Junction Natural Bridge TorrentBeattyville Junction Jackson Ask You femaleesure will help you Remember that great remedy l WlNEDf O we are II DR For best you has CARDUICe S Attorney a CounselloraLaw CANTON KENTUCKY General Practice In all of the Commonwealth EhESALYEGood Avoid Danger When you are sick or suffering any of peculiar to dont delaytake Car that wellknown and successful wo Thousands of and benefited Why you Dont take any Get ofttried remedy of all ages I We IR It Will Help mania For ten years I the of life and remedies I had pains all over my body and at times I could At last I and now I can do my I told ladies about sad it to all women ALL STORES SUv1t1fRY L E TIME TflgLE Ensl Bound IDailv M A1 8 42- 35l 405 14 1017 1120 CARDUIIJ Indian Fields CLAY StantonRosslyn Fileon Jet fc K this female Courts the No1 No 5 I Sundaylax A M P M AM 955 605 1025 912 626 046 900 607 934 845 453 020 B25 435 902 815 420 854 809 420 848 80a 414 842 748 357 828 745 355 l G- 7J0 341 815 707 320 754 115 225 t05 610 220 700 The Following CONNEOTIONS are made Doily Except Sunday- L do E Junction N s 1 and 3 will connect with tn C d 0 Rail away for Mt Sterling Ky Campton Junction NOB 1 2 3 and 4 wiU connect with the Mien tams Central Ifoilway hr passengers to and from Camptrn Ky Beattyville Junction Nos 2 will connect with the L k A Pail way for Beattyville Ivy 0 K Junction Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the UtC K Rail way for Cannel City Ky andway stations EARN STOVE MONEY 11by buying from your dealer this rant at halt the prim that li asked by other firms Our modern method of merchandising en ables us to make this phenomlnal offer which none of our com petitors can meet s3 aP0 buys this handsome largo DOMESTIC WINNER RANGEjut aa shown by cut It U made from polUlied blue 8tee bu six covert one of which U sectional asbestos I lined cut tine etripa and fuel cup screw draught reuse- tare Curler grate is1noh oven cut reservoir high c1 INoIJ MODERN STOVE WlFe COMPANY ChI01rIII I ty tt